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The Jewish Floridian ( May 19, 1950 )

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fewiisltUEIIiOinidliigup Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 5LUME E 23—NUMBER 20 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS per Kenamed r federation wideney A xpected that William |j ng( would be re.-elected : the Greater Miami kh i Icration at its annual ng conducted Thurs18, as The Jewish ::• to press. inated for office by ng committee, of R. Stein is chairJacob Sher, .lent; Jack Ablin, i Gardner, Abraham I Dan Rusk in, Herbert f s vice presidents; Mrs. secretary; Joseph li: isurer; Sam Blahk, I nd, Moses Ginsberg. I :. L. Mintzer, Stan[( %  \ Orovitz, Joseph ; Monte Selig, Harry \ 'i R. Stein, Carl |j : !i Ziskind, trustees. I], be discussed at the | bo the following i ( ,,l ndments to the I n i by-laws: to increase |i r of trustees; to exclude Uees from automatic member^ on the executive committee; |ce the standing commitKcluding the rating and Kew committee and adding a r en multiple appeals by-laws. Bber officers and annual retts will appear in next week's %  ish Floridian. Jewish Home For Aged Purchases New H ome acl Invited Attend l> nit Meetings JEL AVIV, (JTA)—The U.N. Btine Conciliation Commishas invited the Israel govment to send delegates to (-sponsored talks with the lb states which will start in leva on May 23, it was relili .nned here this week, filar invitations have been sent Ihc Arab states. invitations proposed that brenccs over a proposed peace kement should be discussed in lializeci sub-committees. An lei Foreign Office spokesman %  that the Cabinet will considei Invitation this week and that teply has as yet been sent to ICOIK illation Commission. The buildings pictured amidst the palms and shrubbery will be occupied by residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged as soon as a dining room, two kitchens and an infirmary are conPurchase ol Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 52nd St., a six-acre tract containing four groups of buildings, by the Jewish Home for the Aged has been officially announced by Judge Harold B. Spaet, president of the home. The new site was bought from Dr. Louis Stern for a total of $210,000 Judge Spaet announced that the | — home will move into its new | known Chicago architect, who has served as consultant for strucled. The new site, Douglas Gardens, is located at N.E. 2nd Ave. and 52nd St. quarters as soon as a dining room, two kitchens and an infirmary are constructed. Estimated cost for erecting these facilities is in the neighborhood of $200,000, he said. Plans and specifications for these buildings are being drawn by Gilbert Fein, local architect, and Isadore Loewenberg, well numerous Jewish homes for the aged. Upon completion of these structures, the home will accommodate 100 elderly Jewish people. Eventually the institution will be able to take care of 250 persons. Until the institution has reached its maximum capacity. Imonhoff To Tour Foreign Soil; wish Floridian Columnist To Write hind-the-Scene Observations Simonhoff, Jewish pi in eolumnist, is making Jarations to leave for an exfive tour of Europe, Israel, and libly India. pionhoff, a former member of South Carolina legislature, fney at law and pioneer resi"f Miami, will leave New on the Mauretania on June |e plans to visit Ireland. ScotNorway, "Sweden, Finland, •irk, Holland, Belgium, West inany and France. ipping several weeks in he intends to proceed to • n ". thence to Istanbul. Dnhoffs next destination will pael, and, if possible, he will [V stops in Salonika, Smyrna, ^s, Crete and Cyprus. Since as no special time limit in 1 %  %  ish state, the length of his there will be governed by accommodations available 1 S the heavily crowded mer season. jithout making definite plans further journey Simonhoff sntemplating a flight from to India. Jlumnist Simonhoff will conto write his weekly articles rne Jewish Floridian during r ravels. Harry Simonhoff Middle East Not Major Topic In London Talks LONDON, (JTA)—The Middle East situation was a "very quiet backwater" during the Big Three Foreign Ministers meeting which ended last week, it was learned here this week. The Middle East question did not constitute a specific item on the conference agenda, an authoritative source revealed, although it was reviewed within the framework of the world situation. He also stated that during the discussion in preparation for the forthcoming parley of the North Atlantic Pact powers no mention was made of a new Mediterranean grouping. The same source indicated that the Middle East situation was considered at the bilateral AngloAmerican talks which preceded the Big Three meeting. However, he did not disclose any of the details of the talk between Secretary of State Dean Acheson and Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin. the dining rom will be so constructed that half of it will be used for recreation purposes. At some future time a recreation hall is planned. The infirmary will be divided into two sections—one for bedridden cases which require rest and nursing; the other for acute cases. The former section will be composed of four two-bedroom wards for men and four twobedroom wards for women, while the latter will be made up of two four-bedroom wards for men and a like number for women. Both the dining room and infirmary will be air conditioned. The present site of the home, 342 S.W. 12th Ave., has been fqund completely inadequate to meet the needs of the community, according to Leo Allen, director of the home. There is not room for expansion and the total bed complement of the institution is only 38. There are more applications for admission than there are residents in the home, he revealed. On November 6 of last year, in connection with the sixth anniversary of the home, the first phase of a community campaign to raise $300,000 for the construction of a new home was launched. Milton S. Malakoff, public relations director of Federation, was loaned to the home as campaign director. During this phase of the drive, 118 people pledged $185,386 for an average pledge of $1,571. This money was raised by means of two dinners. The first was held at the Sorrento Hotel on November 6 and was part of an "Honor the Aged Week" ceremony which was initiated by the campaign director. The second I was held November 22 at the Robert Richter Hotel under the i joint chairmanship of Mr. and [Mrs. Jake Sher. Miss Polly Lux and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Vice chairmen of this campaign were Sidney Bernbaurn, Irving Frankcl and Joseph Gardner. Others who served on the steering : committee were Jacob Sher, Max Orovitz, Carl Weinkle, Harry (Continued on Page 4) YOUR FAILURE TOVOTE MIGHT BE THE END OP Freed n om menca Norman Bruce Brown Honor Guard Will Conduct Memorial Day Rites The Honor Guard of the Norman Bruce Brown Post. Jewish War Veterans, will conduct its annual Memorial Day observance on Sunday, May 28, at 10:30 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetary, according to Obbie Rosenthal, post commander. As in former years the guard will visit graves of all veterans of Jewish descent in the area and-will place American flags thereon. Services, however, will be held only at Mt. Nebo, where Department Commander Hy M. Morris will give a short talk. Others who will participate in the rites are Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, and Jack Silver, chaplain of the post. The firing of three volleys and the blowing of taps will conclude the service. Newly elected officers of the honor guard are Kenneth Braidman,, captain;. Imrich. Eichenbaum.. lieutenant;. Jack .Regal, quartermaster; Sidney Horn, finance officer; Seymour Scherer. adjutant.



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PAGE TWO vjewidh HertafiaWJ State Zionist Convention To Be Held In Miami Beach On May 28 National, regional and local Zionist leaders are expected to attend the annual conference of the Florida ZOA to be held at the Delano Hotel in Miami Beach all day Sunday. May 28. according to Murray Goodman of Miami Beach, convention chairman. Pioneer Women Hold Mother's Day Party Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach held a Mother's Day celebration Saturday night at Harfenist Restaurant. Mrs. Celia Rubin of Norfolk. meetings to deal with each of these subjects exhaustively. The conference will be preceded on Saturday evening. May 27. by Va., was chosen honorarj mother a meeting of the administrative and was presented with a corsage committee of the Southeastern by Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. Rabbi Region ZOA. Immediately followMax Shapiro, guest speaker, preing this, there will be a reception. The gathering will discuss plans honoring Ben R. Winick, regions president, who will be one of the principal speakers at the closing dinner of the conference. Registration of delegates will begin on Sunday at 9 a.m. and the sessions will start with a ...... ^ % %  "! break fas: at 9:30. At the breakfast 19 llH'l I lis*;ills the delegates and their wives will •^ gfcsTtfS* AM • I ^ e we l come d by Chairman Good* %  !" 1PIII€*€ ~^ | man and other Miami area hosts. New officers of the Student Thereafter committee assignments f r expansion and take up specific proposals as to the role which the ZOA should play in assisting the State i i Israel, as well as its functions on the American scene. There will be seminars and panel sented JNF certificates to Mrs. Cilia Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubin and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Shedroff. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus received Sefer Hayeled and Bar Mitzvah certificates in honor of their grandchildren.Participants in the musical portion of the program were Mrs. Mollv Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dorff and Mrs. Zelda Liebman Council of the B'nai B'rith Hillei Foundation at the University of Miami were installed Wednesday at nn informal supper, sponsored and arranged by the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Won,, n Dr. Donald D. Michelson, director of the Hillei Foundation, gave the charge to the new officers, who are: Bernard JaflV. president. Bob Smallman. vice president; Rhoda Eckerman, recording secretary: Enid Minsk, corresponding secretary: and Bob Newman, treasurer. A feature of the ceremonies was the presentation of the c veted Hillei Service Keys to "outstanding Hillei members." Keys •'.. re given I i the following, outgoing officers: Louis Rosen:, presidi nl; Marty Liebling, gident: Marilyn Hochman. tary: Ella Weslerresponding secretary: Fred Gold, treasurer. In addition. ki were iwarded to Bob Smallman and Rhoda Eckerman. will be made and the committees will meet all morning. Dr. Sidney Marks, executive diNew bummer FOllCy Program Inaugurates rector of the ZOA. will speak a'. the luncheon on "Why ZOA Today?" Seymour B. Liebman, formerly ZOA field staff coordinator will conduct a panel discussion on district programming following lunch. Adalbert Freedman. reJacob Schachter's Jewish Hour has inaugurated a policy of live talent for summer programs, to be heard over station WTTT from 1 to 1:30 p.m. on Friday and from 10 to 11 a.m. on Sunday. Participating in Sunday's progional ZOA director, will lead the | gram will be Joseph Schreibman, discussion on leadership training pianist and composer: Norman R. techniques. Highlight of the afternoon will be the public relations seminar, chaired by I. R, Goodman, vice president of the Southeastern ZOA region. This will be followed by a business session at 4 p.m. Concurrently with the business meeting, there will be a special session for the newly organized Young Zionist Districts in Florida. Lyons. Jewish newscaster: and a guest cantor from New York City. with Gilbert Rappaport as chairI dlen against sex criminals. Also honored at the rites were Mrs. Ida Optner and Walter Kovner, who were presented keys. Mrs. Optner. recently inducted as president of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women, has always been closely identified with university student activities man. Discussion leader will be Hyman Pomerantz. director ex' %  tension activities. Bureau of Jewish Education. The closing dinner will be held at 7 p.m. In addition to Winick's address there will be a musical p: igram, I. R. Goodman will be toastmaster. Working with Murray Goodman on convention plans are I. The association, through Robeii Riley. secretary, wired rongratulations to Stockdale for "statesr.u.nslike determination." Other groups urging more stringent laws against molesters of children include the Dade County Council of the Parent Teacher Association and the Department of Florida of the American Legion. The PTA council asked laws requiring psychiatric treatment for sex offenders. The Legion, at and has devoted many years toj RGoodman. Alex Van Straaten ward furthering the work of David C. Goodman, Melvin Hillei at the University of Miami. I Richardson, S. A. Goodman and,. Kovner, president of the Hillei Rabbi Isadore H. Shoulson. acting hV midwlnTe"r"conference in JackAdvisory Council, was given his executive director of the Miami sonville, urged indeterminate senaward inrec gnition of "his leadarea membership drive. tences for pei sons convicted of ership in the community toward, 1 District presidents throughout ; the offense. widening the scope of participa-1 *h e state are urged to send in the list of delegates, alternates and their wives immediately so that the committee may be able to make adequate preparations and reservations for the various functions. t n of B'nai B'rith in Hillei afI Kovner is at presi nt dating plans to launch a building fund campaign to erect a new Hillei house on ". ; i of the University of Miami. Preliminary sketches of the proposed : ling have been made and will s n be released. Hillei installation supper. nnual function of the B'nai B '.:. Women of Coral Gables. %  ; by Mrs. A Levick an I Mrs Gert Covner. Mes: v G ..: .ii. Helen Shavuos Fete Slated A Shavuos celebration will be held on Wednesday. May 24. at 8 p.m. at Beth El under the joint auspices of the Ben Gurion Blanch of the Farband and the n Club of Pioneer Worn* n. '• P. Mann will be % %  •' Lou "... T • .. ii • ... aker. Also slated to apSolomon, Ida Pearlman. R ear on the program are Paul H : Paul. D • Millstom will offer piano x %  nd Li Lei rid solovox selections; Mis. Al= : ( Pter. B'nai B'nth bert Mannes, who will sing, ac*oung W ,. : .. cc i by Mrs Jennie ( Kamern at 'the piano: B i s %  Kertes also gave his Meltzer and B. Morrison, who will %  -,• n %  • i" JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Irene Tucker Honored Irene Joyce Tucker, daughter of Mrs. Grace Tucker, 8911 Hawthorn Ave., Surfside. and the late Dr. Joseph Allen Tucker, has been included on the senior honor list at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Selection for the list is based on four years of superior work at the school, where Miss Tucker has majored in violin. Miss Tucker will receive her Bachelor of Music Education degree on June 12. Her mother and sister. Jean, will attend commencement exercises. Hi Sixteen y,,-. ll1fi "*" %  %  be confirms rael on Sunday Mav ,? p.m. y l -4 Confirm,-,]-.,]., are R-. Cromer. Max no i arr T Kagan, Lewis Mitch?0 ?! Annt Kapli n, Goo g •'/ Louis Jerry uggfl Potamkin. RicharH pi Ronald L/Relayj man, Murie Schostak 1 Smith. Donald LQ' L '4 Wayn, Tobin 0 ^,BONDED Scjtenn**^ TERMITE CONTROL BONDED GUARANTEE by Massachusetts Bonding & Ins. Co ORKIN GUARANTE ?i% DRYW00D TERMITE CONTRi Stockflalc Stand Wins l*rais' State Rep. Grant Stockdale was commended by the Children'.-" Protective Association Fridav on his stand for laws to protect chilEASY TERMS! op •. 3 YEARS .. Hi INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES 2-1771. 509 N. 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)AY, MAY 19. 1950 mi Say... viewing l he recent campaign, political analyzers | cre dited the Republican party with a full scale L Commentators are'inclined to interpret the at of Senator Pepper as proof of the nation's l E towards Reaction. Nothing of the kind. Conting the barrage of vindictive red baiting that Jcred the atmosphere, it is surprising that he E vec ) the large vote he did. Ljtive Success L outcome of an election, like a case before the 1 j.; often the result of vituperation, prejudice, tmpl>falsehood. The precinct boss who rigs the Tjt laughs up his sleeve at the highfalutin speeches t]ij n( r lofty principles. He know that principle [nothing to do with the result. The pet proverb L the best man winning is equally fallacious. Igtrongi si muscle or the best gun does not prove worth i'i the victor. How true, alas, in politics. osp/ii'"' of Bigotry h e election was tiie bitterest ever known in %  da. A Hood of Communist recrimination was led to< Malice and hatred ran riot. Pictures of Iocs r< gistering peacefully unleashed the furies In ever present race prejudice. The expression, lorities are for Pepper" had a significant antikitic twist. It was frightening to watch the fire fanaticism gleam in the eyes of the bigots. YouthEx-G.I.'s assumed the swagger and mien of Storm •opcrs. Any citizen who talked voting against |r ex-Marine was guilty of treason. A Pepper Jter on a car seemed an affront to ex-soldiers of first and second world wars. Organized Labor fright and apparently forgot the Taft-Hartley v. The Grand Kleagle gloated publicly over his ny Ku Kluxers, who are members of the A.F.L. | voted against Pepper. Medicos |tor did the gentry of the medical profession act i the unbiased rationale of their dignified calling. btors" offices resembled political clubs. Propaganda (tit "socialized medicine" was distributed by + Jenisti Hrridiri/n PAGE THREE The Florida Election: A Post-Mortem By HARRY SIMONHOFF physicians and nurses, who talked the language of ward heelers. Of the $3,000,000 fund raised by the American Medical Association to fight progressive health legislation, about $100,000 is said to have found its way into the Florida campaign. The simple meaning of the health bill before Congress, which provides insurance for the sick to pay doctors and hospitals of their choosing, was twisted and distorted into a corrupting dole designed to destroy the efficiency and high standard of American medical science. It is computed thatt 50,000 voters were directly swayed by the 3.000 doctors and dentists throughout the state. The Slush Fund Nor was money ever spent more lavishly in any Florida election. A multiplicity of imposing signs wearied the motorist driving through the highways and byways. Placards and banners cluttered the cities. It is estimated that a million dollars, spent to defeat Pepper, poured into the state from Republican as well as Democratic plutocrats. Seldom were so many free barbecues given away to debase an electorate. Newspapers reaped a harvest from paid advertisements. Speakers exaggerating the virtues of one candidate while smearing the other virtually monopolized the commercial radio. The entire Florida press, with few notable exceptions, carried on a barrage of abuse and vilification. People felt that if the campaign had lasted another fortnight violence would break out. The Feminine Vote In the good old davs when the dames were fighting to obtain the ballot, there was a stock argument used by anti-suffrage standpatters. Those salty old conservatives used to spoof about women voting for the best looking candidate. The sisters used to resent this gag as an insult to their female intelligence. But it seems the oldtirners had something in their bald heads. Who would for a moment doubt that at least 25,000 Florida votes went to the young Congressman because he might have made the grade as a Hollywood matinee idol. The Jewish Stand The Jewish vote went to Senator Pepper by a strong majority. A minority supported actively his opponent. Which merely demonstrates the epigram that Jews are like other people, only more so. It is perhaps healthy for the Jewish vote to split. Some local nabobs were possibly influenced by the example of Abba Hillel Silver, who set a precedent for Reactionaries by voting against F.D.R. Some Jewish flunkies tried to assist the Congressman with ridiculous devices. They hauled out "Col." Cox, a young Miami Gentile who held down a mechanic's job in Israel's airforce. In a remarkable speech, the "Col." claimed honorary citizenship in the Israeli State, a distinction given to no one else. He "uik''s credit for transporting 30.000 Yemenite Jews, although he was in Miami while the Magic Carpet Route was winging Jews from Aden to Israel. He flew a light wooden plane over Iran and spotted 1.000.000 Russian troops across the border—evidently lined up in full formation for his special benefit. From repairing and spying, the boy "Col." turned diplomat and statesman. On returning to the U.S., he proceeded straight to Washington. Not satisfied with the de facto status of Israel, he turned his large abilities to procure from the State Department the higher de jure recognition. He drew up a memorandum—and here comes the electioneering purpose for the meeting—but Sen Pepper paid no attention to him. He then went to Congressman Smathers, who immediately obtained from the government the de jure status for Israel, something that neither Pres. Weizmann. Ben Gurion. nor Moshe Sharett seemed to have understood. Yet several hundred male and female yachneys applauded this drivel and gave the phoney "Col." a rising vote of thanks. No, Liberalism is not lost in Florida. For the moment, a top American Liberal was engulfed by a tidal wave of defamation and rancorous abuse. fate Rabbis To leet In Tampa the Florida Rabbinical Asso|tion will hold its annual state eting. Wednesday and Thursfc/. May 24 and 25, in Tampa. fabbi Henry B. Wernick, conhtion chairman, announces that 1 convention will open with a eption al his home Wednesday fening. The all day session on lursday will center about the fme "The Postwar Revival of Synagogue." Various papers |11 be read by members of tho Delation, A Torah talk will be bsenled by Rabbi M. Mesfcloff. Luncheon and dinner will be (fed by the board of directors |Congregation Rodolph Sholom Tampa. Plans including a ntsr<-rig trip have been arbged for the rabbis' wives. The following local rabbis will pnd the meet. Rabbis J. H. ilan, Max Shapiro, Simon ril. Mescheloff, I.Lehrman, L. bnish, Morris Skop and Jacob iig. irdiac Home lit To Install n;! tion of officers of ung | Chapter of National wren's Cardiac Home will {light the dinner dance to be Sunday, May 21. at 7:30 p.m. Ithe Bel-Aire Hotel, Miami led. ?rs. Clementine Kemp of Dade Ipti-iwill serve as installing Ter. Co-chairmen of the affair Mrs. Sam Magaziner, Mrs. iiund Perls and Mrs. Lou teman. Assisting them will be l Irving Rapp and Mrs. Harold 1 ho recognized during the T are M rs Arnold Rosen, presft: Mrs. Edmund Perls, first P•• Bident; Miss Lillian Kapst-cond vice president; Mrs. > Magaziner, third vice presit: Mrs. Howard Learner, prding secretary; Mrs. Arthur |san. corresponding secretary; IMartin Schwartz, financial retary; Mrs. Murray Dacks, |surer. aard members include the James Stanley Frankel. Lou psman, Arthur Snyder, Simon -snberg, Lawrence Justin, pel Kastan, Harold Hornstein, Ws Pohl. Mrs. Jan Jacobs is Honorary board member. ammittee heads include Mrs. an Zinner, chaplain; Mrs. Irvlapp, hospitality and parlialiarian: Mrs. Frederick Miller, %  city; Mrs. Dennis Ratthaus, Py hearts; Mrs. Harold Kam, isportation; Mrs. Adolph Holder, cards; Mrs. David Stein, fonery; Mrs. Leslie Fairmont, %  Phone; Mrs. Arthur Baida, ets. ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING West End School ANNOUNCES .Summer lire real ion Program June 5th-Aug. 25th Registrations Now Being Accepted 1438 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-5116 —Associated Mayor William Wolfarth of Miami greets members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, who are directing the third annual Outstanding Citizens Awards of Dade County. Shown in photo, second from right, is Joseph M. Lipton, president of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, sponsor of this year's awards. Twenty-one candidates have been named to date and announcement of winners will be made Suday. May 28. at a city-wide Americanism rally in Bayfront Park. Left to right are Sanford Swerdhn. Chairman Louis Snetman, Mayor Wolfarth. Lipton and Joseph Rayvis. Fri.slimaii Enters Law Fart nor ship Arthur Frishman, executive director and general counsel for the Miami Beach Apartment Association, Inc., Monday resigned from that post to enter private law practice with W. Robert Fokes, administrative assistant to Sen. Claude Pepper. Frishman, who has held the apartment post since April, 1943 disclosed that his resignation will be effective May 20. No successor has been appointed. The new partnership will establish practice at 420 Lincoln Road. Fokes, 38. is a native of Lake City and attended University of Florida Law School. Frishman, 42, is a native New Yorker and a graduate of St. John's College School of Law. During his tenure of office Frishman spearheaded the drive for tourist rental decontrol after the war and also sparked the successful drive to eliminate all controls at the Beach. PI A C C FOR EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Topi, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER Carnival On Agenda TYS Club of the Miami Jewish j Community Center will hold a j carnival on Sunday, May 21. at 4 p.m. at the home of Sandra Rubbin. 30 S.W. 31st Ct. Food, dancing, games and entertainment are being planned. Working on arrangements are Sandy Friedman, publicity; Ina Fleishman, ticket and door comSilverman. decorations; Estelle mittee and entertainment; Ady Bobrow and Rita Rabhan, games; Myrna Wasserman, food; and Sandy Rubbin and Barbara Chak over-all chairmen. Bea Weintraub Wins Bea Weintraub won both individual high game and individual high set at the Miami Jewish Community Center Women's Bowling League tournament last week. Her score for high game was 115 while her high set score was 316. She is the captain of the "Busy Bees" team. The league plays every Wednesday evening at the Recreation Bowling Alleys. The Resort For Your 1950 Vacation Loon Lake Hotel AND COTTAGES • (Uppei) Loon Lake (Franklin Co.) New York 1800 feet high in the cool, picturesque Adirondacks DAVID S. ANDRON Ownership Managi mi NOW! The Very Best Is Available! An incomparably beautiful 3,0000 acre RESORT CHAMPIONSHIP 18 hole GOLF course on premises TENNIS %  4-mile LAKE %  water SPORTS HORSES celebrated ENTERTAINMENT 2 ORCHESTRAS Concert Ensemble complete ATHLETIC program noted ANDRON cuisine dietary laws lake front Luncheon Buffets smorgasbord cocktail parties barbecues elevator service telephone in every room. 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PAGE FOUR +JeHtricrkiiann ""DAY.MAY 19, EDITORIAL Year Of Deliverance "The Year of Deliverance," the 1949 Annual Report of the Joint Distribution Committee, describes in stirring terms the sizeable advances made by Jews overseas as they moved toward self-support, renewed health and—most impressive of all—toward home and future in Israel and other lands. Stressing the record-breaking JDC migration of 1949 which brought an end to homelessness for 240,000 Jews—210,000 in Israel and 30,000 in the United States and other lands—the report pays full tribute to the new state. "In spite of mounting hardships," it says, "Israel held its doors wide open for all Jews who wished to enter. When menacing situations arose, today's persecuted refugees, unlike their brothers of the Hitler era, had a place to go—a haven and a home." To this statement we believe the Jews of America, mindful of JDC's dramatic mass evacuations and emergency rescue operations, will add their own postscript. They well may add, "when menacing situations arose. JDC was on the spot with planes and ships, moving tens of thousands out of areas of potential danger." It is heartening to note that JDC was also on the spot with medical aid, protection for the aged and the helpless young, and relief for the destitute. The report discloses that JDC welfare services helped to rebuild life for some 600,000 Jews in 1949. These assistance activities, together with its vast emigration and noteworthy reconstruction programs were carried forward with funds totaling S59,754,000 received, for the most part, from the United Jewish Appeal. Despite the widespread gains of 1949, "the year of deliverance," it is evident that there are urgent needs still to be met. Some 500,000 Jews in European and Moslem lands still look to JDC A Measure Of f?r**d The Anti-Defamation LeacmJ 1 endlessly tallying the 2 f *** Semitism in the United States SS*" its audit for 1949. The resul ? s ^SfT ^ entitled. "A Measure of Seldo^M conclusion that the credit sided ft growing on the side of democracy ft. year, but"—savs TtMth.. M." !" *.* *fl year but'—says Justice Meier Stationed chairman of the league StaffS entrie S -"bigotry is still bfg ISKI ing is the fact that over a milS d? 1 collected by the leading profeS n ff QB 12-month period." y P OIe ssional big* It is encouraging to learn that 3S „ of support. But the picture is f ar ST !" M read that 66 of these unsavory cot?" ^ in existence. Of the more "prominentread that 66 of these unsavory "ZS in existence. Of the more "prommSrS* anti-Semites, Gerald L. K Smith 1 !" BLOCKING THE ROAD— for help to work, to emigrate, and in thousands of instances just to remain alive. We hope that when JDC issues its report for 1950, we will be able to record that these important and challenging needs have all been met —that our fellow Jews abroad have moved decisively forward on the road to full recovery. That will be the case if our local community meets it full responsibility to the Combined Jewish Appeal. S150.000 for his Christian NaSnSS 2 last year. Joining Smith in the too oroup? raisers are Merwin K. Hart, Joseph P Upton Close and Allen Zoll -all fully dr in the ADL survey with their supporters arj their methods of operation end their cram !" techniques. r ^* The ADL survey covers the broad tr national activity in which anti-Semitism is? It deals with discrimination in colleges and versities in a thoroughly documented res study. It notes discrimination in employe! housing and in sports. It leans heavily scientific investigation, reviewing a score of i and tests made on the subject of anti-Sen during the past decade. "A Measure of Freedom" is a book ah democracy—where it succeeds and where ill It is a book that tells us about the various groni and influences that threaten our rights a liberties, so that we can all the better safegua and preserve them. ADL has given us, in effe a blueprint for public action. 21 Nominated For Citizens 1 Awards, Presentation Set For Rally May 28 Twenty-one can have G uncil of Churches and John F. beer, n : : th< title i I Willmott, the executive director "Outsl v Dade County Research Dadi een anFoundation. noun Snel hairll'Iir\v School I'laiis I'K-IIMmidnight. May 15. Dr. Miami Hebrew School and Conn will hold its annual re,V : Miami; P .... Chief ligious schools picnic on Sundav. :"•. %  E E: ; : : N %  • Mii M y 28. beginning at 10 a.m. at S ". •' %  %  • the public picnic grounds at children; Mrs L us Mathes m Hammock, according to n Jewish ConMilton Weiner. chairman of the -• ." board of education. • • %  %  • All children must be a< bert H. Givpanied bv a guardian. Weiner .''. : '.; %  c announced, and evervone must :'V *n lunch. Drinks and BUI Baggs. newspapi ne ream, however, will be pro.' : a £ a J 0: • ledAnyone desiring trans A,u C ,unty '' : ": Portation to the picnic is asked tion. Othei vie leaders invited to be at the school building at to. serve with the judges panel 9:30 am l"rf. e: ij;c m viffii 0n ,l r -,? 0ber t L Special awards for scholarship. F J-vn M'R Sf 1 ^ ? hlll lP 4l MrS "dwlaitic improvement, behavior. K J\l „ c ?i ane V? %  %  mai t lc wiU .Presented. Another Kellj and Mrs. Vladimir Virnck. highlight will be the annual softAnnouncement of the winners ball game between the fathers will be made at a city-wide rally and sons M^fS^ t ^!!r k < 5Si!£S^ !S yl u Wo r kin 8 on arrangements for ^ 8 : a VM P/ !" ""ended by the the affair are William Weintrauh -.i* of all Dade County mumand Dave Kleber. refreshmentscipalities. A musical program and Mrs. Nat Coulton and Mr, MiniSS e y enmg of entertainment is chael Blank, gifts and prizes! Sam P T ho .. C hen and David Me 'tzer. transThe committee, representing portation: Murray Shear. Garvin more than one hundred civic orKleber. Ruth Saal. children's ganizations includes Louis Snetgames: Mrs. Hershey Glantz. HerSholem Lodge. B nai Brith. bert Feidan, Leo Sheiner adult general chairman: Joseph A fames un -. Sanford Swerdlin, Marx r Marvin Rauzin, Charles R Seeks Re-Eleclion Jacobson. c u rr \ o ,, Serving on the program and arG C f ce^I n"v^ rangements committee are F. M. ^h f !" I T V' 1 Kline of the B .ys" Club of M : £ in a coni t 17' ''"' H. 9un oJ the J '-'..an ii? d !" :: 31 rs. Hay don Is ManAJC Head Mrs. A. A. Hayden was elected president of the Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress at the annual meeting at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. She succeeds Mrs. Louis Glasser. who was named honorary life president. j Others elected to office were Mrs. William Loeb. Mrs. Morris I Rabinowitz. Mrs. John Weinstein. I vice presidents: Mrs. Benjamin Ft-ld. treasurer: Mrs. Herbert • Sher. corresponding secretary: Mrs. Leonard Glickman. financial Secretary; Mrs. Frank Glickman, recording secretary. Up in taking office Mrs. Havden announced that the congress is embarking upon an intensive membership drive which will culminate in December. "Wc feel every American Jew should be interested in the work of the AJC and invite people to visit our meetings to acquaint themselves With this work." she said. "It is due to the work of the congress that American Jews have a safer niche in this country."' Sy Shapiro Reported I Slightly Improved i s >' Shapiro. 34-year-old Miami 'Beach publicity man injured in an auto crash near New Orleans while returning from a honeymoon trip to Mexico, was reported 'slightlv improved but still critical." Attaches at Charity Hospital in New Orleans said that Shapiro's I pulse, blood pressure and strength i had shown a "decided gain" but' -ized that his injuries were %  His bride of four weeks, Mona. 32. is still on the "dangerous"; t h accordmg to hospital atGables Students Will 1 Present Puppet Play The children of the Sunday School of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will present "Jewish Festivals on Puppet Parade." an original script by Mrs. M. Skop, Mrs. R. Bargteil and Mrs. P. Glazer, on Sunday, May 21, at 11 a.m. The puppets made by the children under the supervision of Mrs. S. Horn and Mrs. M. Skop, will be operated by Sharron Klinn. Frances Wellins. Carol Klein. Feature of this program will be the Showing of technicolor movies taken during the course of the year by Joseph Koven showing the children participating in each of the holidays. Students participating in the program will be Leonard Glazer, Barry and Leslie Halpert. Raphael Skop. Danny Glosser. Rita Zimmerman. Stanley Blumin. Shirra Skop. Leonard Shulman, David Gerstenfeld Arnold Levy, Brian Harelik and Donald Rader. The sixth grade will sing the finale written by Mrs. Florence Feld. The puppet stage was built by Sol Fine and Peter Glazer. Home Pu rchased (Continued from Page 1) Sirkin, Stanley Myers. Joseph M. Rose, William Glick, Morris Klass, William D. Singer, Marcie Liberman, Mayor Harold Turk, Jack Ablin, Leo Allen, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers Herbert E. Scher, Mrs. Sol Silverman and Gus Trau. Plans for a second phase of this drive to secure funds for constructing tho buildings and making necessary alterations are now being formulated, Judge Spaet has announced. Vail lliiM'ii Scut Sehool Cliques Dr. C. Raymond Van Dusei candidate to: Dade County schoi board, declared that "we ran free our schools from the chol ing influences of individuals, < ganizations and cliques worki for selfish, personal gains." Head : the University oil ami speech department, he' j oppose James A. Henderson,! incumbent, in the May 23 run^ for the Dist. ict No. 3 school 1 seat. "The st icture of any orp zation is weakened by Van Dusen declared. "We i free our schools from any ences thai leter the accomfi ment of high :deals." Van Dusi n has hoc" *M engaged in educational since the war, He has a doc degree in education and Bl author of several articl&lj listed in "Who's Who North Am. rican Authors." Knows What."' -Americas M Men." "America's Men oil ence" and others. DEADLINE In obzservance of the Shavuos holidays, offices of The Jewish Flondian will be closed from sundown Sundav Mav 21 until sundown Tuesday. May 23. All copy and photographs for publication in the May 26 issue must be postmarked not later than Sunday, May 21. Elath Named Israeli Minister To Britain Elatn. Israel Ambassador n ington. has been named Minister to Britain, it was „fnciauy announced here this week Ambassador Elath will succeed p.. Mordecai Eliash who died last (A report to this effect was published by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency last week. The JTA dispatch also said that it is expected that Aubrey S Eban Sd £ r F anent de, ** ale th. over ed th I at r S 'v, WOUld also tak e add UoS Wash n ton post in Peaee In Middle East Dis<*uKMd LONDON. (JTA) — Problems concerning peace and stability in the Middle East occupy a high Place in the bilateral AngloAmerican talks which started this i week at the Foreign Office here. The talks were preceded by a I private conversation between Secretary of State Dean Acheson 'and British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin. Diplomatic observers here expressed the belief that the prevention of further hostilities rather than the question of a final peace between Israel and the Arab countries will be discussed when the Middle Eastern Problem is reached. Installs Officers Miami Bench Post No. f ican Legion, installed *• Ruby as commander Tu* 1828 Alton Road. Other officers are: Fred W first vice commander: Gera Klein, second vice comma Louis J. Auerbach, W officer; Donald R. Klein.chaj Simon Aronson, historian.' Louis Ber ger. .-< rgeant-a -^ Published every Friday """J by The Jewifh Florid in gH Sixth Street. Miami 1. %  %  tered ai second-das. mitw "X 1930, at the Post 0li''1 Fla.. under the Act of MtMfl The Jewish Flondian "J the Jewish Unity .nd mm Weekly. Member of the ^ graphic Agency. Seven Art' Syndicate. Worldwide Ne ,. Nation*,! Editorial ^""i'S-J can AwooUtlan of "Bl Newspapers, nond^PreiJ^The Jewlrt ngjg". J guarantee theKaihruOl ^ chandlse aHv.-rtn-'-'l m SUBSCRIPTION BATES^ One Year Two Years •^1 FRED K. SHOCf Editor and Publ^.. 120 N. E. Sixth m Telephones 2-11** SIVAN 3. 5710^ Vohyag^



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Uy, M AY 19, 1950 •JmlstifhrtcUan n s Kimenker Weds 1 M Finkelstein luiinR at 342 S.W 12th Ave. fc n r : .nd Mrs. Daniel M pE", whose marriage took h 18 at 8 p.m. at MiSchool and Congrebj Simon April r<>ad 1 the former Pearl J. the daughter of Mr. fiw M S. Kimenker. 1830 KSh rive. She studied at ,tv School of Nursing, Ljnber of Pi Sigma Sigma Pal sorority and Miami Isteln attended Philalia College "f Osteopathy and r: ted with the CereV Clinic. He is a member L Delta Phi. the Elks and Ei Beach Masada. Lion Women Initiate • Temple of the Pythian initiated ten new ceremonies WednesniohMildred Cotzin, most font chief, was in charge of Initiation rites. A reception i the new members PAGE FIVE Gendzier Named Head Of Synagogue Unit bed. tjjlefl rongregation To Broak [ IM .,.tl For Synagogue %  %  :* .iking ceremonies for L ID be constructed t : .' wish Congregation iables at Zamora and be held Sunday, Pictured at the installation banquet luncheon of the B'nal B'rith Women of Miami Beach, are (1. to r.) Mrs. Milton Weinkle, vice president; Mrs. Ida Optner. president; Miami Beach Councilman Burnett Roth, principal speaker; and Mrs. Seymour Satin, retiring president. The luncheon was held in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel, and was attended by about 200 B'nai B'rith women. Councilman Roth spoke on the subject of "Anti-Democratic Forces in America." executive board of Joseph M. Rose, Miami Beach: Macey i Kronsberg, Charleston, S. C; Harry Gendzier of Jacksonville ] Manuel Eskind, Nashville. Tenn.; was elected president of the Philip Selher, Jacksonville; and o .u i i> „f u n„;. A Albert Morrell, Orlando. Southeast Region of the United ; Synagogue of America at its annual convention in Orlando recently. Gendzier is a former P'-esident of the Jacksonville Jewish Center and has been active in the Jewish Community Council and numerous other Jewish causes. He is also a national vice president of the United Synagogue. Elected to serve with Gendzier were vice presidents, Joseph Hackel, Jacksonville; Sol Singer, Columbus, Ga.; Albert Tenenbaurr., Savannah, Ga : secretary, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Miami Beach; treasurer, Frank Stein, Orlando The executive board of the region will consist of representatives from each affiliated congregation. The convention recorded its special recommendations to the Miami Beach, 51st St.-87th St. Runoff Election May 23rd VOTE FOR A MAN WHO WANTS TO WORK FOR HIS COMMUNITY Murray Goodman Precinct Committeeman (1M. Pol. A'tv I To*, TvJGUST BROS HY E breaking and membership may be secured by calling 83-1967. 48-0443 or 87-1812 2:30 p.m., according Maloff, president. • i which numerous 2tt Student* To ll Confirmed At Both David Confirmation exercises for Beth ns and religious Davjd gunday Schon wil be held been invited, will j Sunday. May 21. at 8:15 p.m. nsive membership i Twenty-six students, the largest confirmation class in the community, will receive certificates at the first confirmation exercises to be held in the new synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the ceremony, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches and the Beth David Choir. Bibles will be presented to the confirmands. who will be dressed in cap and gown—the girls in white; the boys in blue. Highlight of the service will be the presentation of the cantata, "What Is the Torah?" under the direction of Mrs. Alexander Stiebel. Mrs. Phil Abrams will be at the piano. A reception in honor of the confirmands will be held following the rites. Members of the confirmation class irttlude Judy Adler. Muriel August, Joseph Block, Jerold Coburn, Cuna Cohen, Ann Eisner, Marlene Feldstein, Henry Forer, Bruce Fox. Roslyn Fox. Fred Goldenblank, James Gordon, Joanne Hablow, Esther Leibovitz, Sandra Levine, Annette Levitt, Phyllis Lieberman, Sara Lee Merlin, Ann Judith Meyer, Lois Miriam Wexler, Sydelle Namoff, Audrey Newmark, Renee Pearl, Esthelle Saylor, Zella Warshaw, and Carol Washer. ik at the exercises %  idge George E. Holt, Mayor W. Xeith 11 ill y C. Myers, chairI : ter Miami Jewish imunity planning and Norman R. Lyons, k. : the Coral Gables pst .' trict. D. Catsmnn will I • of ceremonies, T tion will follow. Bin Barson, building chairannounces that further inn; : about the ground %  KINDERGARTEN THRU piGH SCHOOL — CO-ED nquiries invited for 1950-51 %  tu.itcil en two acre waterfront Matt n.th 75 foot swimming bo I .tdoor study—Established %  put.-.t'on for achieving, high feholastic standards and charptet development College feparatory — General — CornDramatic and Art Courses. Graduate! attending lead. ng Colleges. C-tdits accepted Northern schools. in CAA SCHOOl %  .t Ave Miami Beach Phone 5-0606 The Munaaement of the Quality Kosher Food Center I Mil S.W. Announces to Mint the Market All llav Monday and Tuesday Jlay 22nd and 2.lrd teeause of the Shevuos Holidays lUli SI. the Public Will be Closed !!*#*• COUNTY-WIDE VOie* MAY 23rd RE-ELECT HARLEY. 6. COLLINS as Member of Dade County School Board (Of Instructions) )LLINS: '• Is experienced. 2 Is qualified as a Business Man to save money for Dade County Tax Payers. 3. Has proved his efficiency. ._ „„_„ [ACCOMPLISHMENTS ARE OF MORE VALUE THAN. PROMISES iPd. PotAdv.) t s*g* Mrs. Makovsky To Bo Installed Mrs. Louis Makvosky will be installed as president of the Hebrew Academy Women at a loyalty luncheon to be held Monday, May 29, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Feature of the luncheon will be the presentation of Certificates of Honor to the new life members of the academy. Other officers to be inducted at the fete are vice presidents, Mrs. S. Cohen, Mrs. A. Kogan, Mrs. S. Ritter, Mrs. B. Sherry; treasurer, Mrs. J. Rackovsky; recording secretary, Mrs. B. Spolter; corresponding secretary, Mrs. S. Rubinowitz; financial secretary, Mrs. D. Andron. Steering committee of past presidents includes the Mesdames I. Lehrman, A. Osheroff, A. Stone, I. Makovsky. Board of directors includes the Mesdames Benj. Appel. J. Brenner, J. Burris, I. Firtel. H. Genet. B. Z. Ginsburg, T. Brand. S. Glover I. Goldberg, S. Grundwerg, S. Hochman, G. Kimmel. J Katz, Liebman, A. Lauer, L. Levin, M. Mamches, S. Miller, M. Pomerantz, Rakoff. S. Reinhard, Rosman, R. Rubin. A. Rubier. J. Satin, Seidenworm. Shawmut M, Skop, HWasserman. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association. Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, advises the public: „ 1. To watch for the sign of the GMVH ~ iCJ in the meat markets before purchasing your products; -„... 2. To watch for the ring with the insignia of the GMVH N i C J before buying your chickens; 3. That the GMVH endorses ONLY FRESHLY KILLED chickens in the live poultry markets. For other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec. A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. S. LOBEL, Treas. TOWPBEACH CLUB CABANAS 350 00 UP Phone 58-7243 Reginald A. Doel Mg, MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. 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PAGE SIX *-Je*i*t> ncridton FRIDAY, MAY 19. I* Personally Speaking —Ardmore The marriage of Ruth Ciralsky to Alfred Gottesman was solemnized by Rabbi Irving Lehrman in his study Tuesday afternoon. The couple exchanged vows in the presence of their immediate families and close friends. The bride was attended by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pollock, Toledo, Ohio, and s sister, Mrs. Jeanette Ash, Detroit, Mich. Fred K. Shochet served as best man. A nuptial dinner was held at the Martinique Hotel Tuesday night. Upon their return from a month's wedding trip to the West, Mr. and Mrs. Gottesman will make their home in Miami Beach. First baby born at Mount Sinai Hospital on Mother's Day was Linda Ellen Dubov. daughter of the David Dubovs, 1400 : SW 15th St The baby's mother is the former Jean Bloom,: dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bloom of this city. Paternal | qrandparents are pioneer Miami Beach residents, Mr. and Mrs. I Louis Dubov, 825 Jefferson Ave. Great qrandmother, Mrs. Philip 1 Toback, of Baltimore, Md., was here for the arrival. Mr. and Mrs. Georae Cohen. 1800 James Ave., Miami Beach, are leaving June 1 to attend the Bar Mitzvah cf their grandson, Stephen Schneider, in Teaneck. N. J. From there they will proceed to Atlantic City, where they will spend the summer at the Hotel Traymore. %  *. Mrs Ida Optner will accompany as chaperone members of the University of Miami Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity and their dates to Butlin's Grand Bahama Isle, where the group will hold its annual carnation ball. Thirty-two ccuples will be in the party, which will leave here Saturday morning. Michelle Lazar celebrated her first birthday on Friday, j Summer Brides-Elect March 12. She is the dauahter of Martin Lazar and the grand-1 Planning an August 20 wedJ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburq, 2921 Sheridan Ave., j 1 S Mlss Edythe Golin, wha^l Miami Beach. I othal '" C ,leman Singer. Mrand >. j„ ieph ^ Newly arrived year-round residents of Miami are Mr. and aVona Cu '" 1(i Miami Bead Mrs. Harry Hodas, formerly of Eatontown, N. J., where Mr. Hodas has beon announced by her operated the H & S Manufacturing Company. The new Miamians ; J* !" Mr. and Mrs. Ruby cy* are living at 1652 S.W. 5th St. L ]" Miami Beach f M* Ct JS a gf3 *fl Albert Israel Goodman, son of the Murray Goodmans, 971 attended F?i i" s'? r^ celebrate his second birthday. and the ^^Jjjjj i Singer attended schools in ft I vana. Edythe Golin Edythe Golin Joins 79th Terr., Miami Beach, will at a party at the home of his parents. Leaving for New York Friday are Mrs. Bill Glick and her National I oiin<*il llis^lish (lasses To Hold Gradual ion Exorcises The Miami Section of the NnMiami Jewish Communitv Center. sons, Arthur and Robert. The Miamians will attend the conPlan Shavuos Fete firmation and graduation of their cousin, Ann Marilyn Gurtman. Bialik Branch 290 of the Fa -* I band and Pioneer Women drill Residing in their new home at 1911 Coral Gate Drive are! w jjf hold a sVvuftehS Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Freefield and their daughter, Sandra at Harfenist Restaurant mlm Esther. day, May 23, at 8:30 p.m %  Rabbi M,hay P. Mann will bi. Mr. and Mrs. A. Goodman of Hollywood left for ttwtr | S^S^L^^^m summer home at Elizabeth Lake. Pontiac, Mich. The Goodmans, shubow n'r.d R. Gerbe" S| expect to return to Florida in October. j man of the event is Hi Seitlin. Proceeds from the affair will go I to the State of Israel Milton A. Friedman, former state president of B'nai B'rith, ti rial C uncil of Jewish Women Graduating exercises for 17 mem, recently went to Ft. Lauderdale to install officers of the B'nai will s] %  community meeting bers of the classes will be held, j B'rith lodge there. embers of the croup's Principal speaker will be Rabbi' -*<•*-* English speaking classes— OP Irving Lehrman and certificates! tI ., „ ,... ._ „ .. Monday. .May 29. at 8 p m. at the will be awarded by William SingH H Farr of Miami Beach left Tuesday to visit his daughter, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ er. president of the Greater Miami Mrs. Sylvia Solomon, in Fairlawn, N. J. Jewish Federation. Representa%  -ft %  I of the Immigration DepartLawrence Heftel of Palm Beach recently left by car for a El :?Uons f have C beeS \ transcontinental trip. He will be away for several months. invited. Vocational school repre-. tatives, which many of the Leaving to spend the summer in New Ycrk are Rose and p.d. have also been Anna Schutzberq of Palm Beach invited. — Mi S %  v C. Myers, chair-,, — man >f Se vice to Foreign Born. Flagler-Granada Prexy meeting, Mrs Names Committee Heads in charge of I lepart nent, ann n that t at pi esMIAMI BEACH [Salt Yictet Voo\: : nt TO pupils enrolled in the Eeth David Women Plan Donor Fete i • David Sister! d will hold nnual donor luncheon on y, May 24, at 12:30 p.m. t th Delafi Hotel, Miami B • n of the Mrs Hai n and Mrs. Saul nofl Ri -• vations may be 'J-3469. Joe Masters, newly elected thi Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center, has announced committee appointments for the coming year. Named to head committees were Ray Levine, entertainment; s Adelman, building: Jesse finance: Evelyn Clein. sunshine: Daniel Honoroff and Manuel Lubel. legal; Daniel H : roff, membership: Sylvia Freed, home camp: Rose Feld• :.. adult education: Ralph thlet : Herman Feldman. Rose Feldman and Ralph Lang, club news; • Evelyn Clein, women's activities:] Harry Burak. ways and means; • Sol Issenberg. Jewish activities; Frances tmmerman, welcome;' Manuel Lubel. constitution and by-laws: Louis Estoe. publicity. ft r o %  n •c o Deluxe Furn. Apts. 0 Pool 1 Cabana Included < MONTHLY, UP J MAY TO MOV. 3' 2 t ',! m 0 ITtk I TlH" Wlllt.l) If. J 4 BlockWill ol Cellini in. 8 Ph. HUM H4HI I r< Yearly Rates B m Listen to WFEC Every Monday at 10:IS A.M. : [niTiirt Slomowitz, Malcolm Rosen Plight Troth : I I Sloi f S • %  h renl • M %  • 14 ilomowitzatl in 0 ... New York, and the i, where she : s a mem Phi Sigma ^.gma and Sharet Chapter. BBYW. Her fiance attended schools in Newark. New Jersey, and studied I business administration at RutIgers University. He served in the army medical corps for two years and at present is associated with j the Blue Ribbon Laundry. A September wedding is planned. When Doctor says "Start baby on solid foods£j^ Here's a wide choice of fine, flavorful foods to please your baby. Start with Beech-Nut Cereal—fol low with Beech -Nut Strained and Junior Foods. No foods you can give j our baby offer finer quality or more appealing flavor. Babies love them—thrive 011 them FOODS/ -Nut BABIES %*#*• Meat and Vetfeta ble Soups, Yciiel.i bles, C* •** •nn ts and Desserts W. t w\c^-. n ... —\jf Man Harriet Slomowitz Beech-Nut hit-b standards of pro* duction and ALL ADVERTISING have been accepted by the Council on Foods and Nutrition of the American Medical Association. B.t> 1*1



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UDAY, MAY 19, 1950 f Jen1st itortW&r? Sylvia Tupler fcrivia Tupler Llro'.hal Told I Mrs I ye Tupler. 1955 Calais tive, nandy Isle, announces lie engi -< ment of her daughter, vlvia. I %  Lester J. Levy, son of Irs. Pi K. Levy, New Orleans, i |The !>: i -elect attended schools ;md the University of fcianii. She has been a resident Miami Beach for the past six tars [Mr. Levy has been a resident 1281 W. Venetian Way, Mijni, i le past five years. He ft hools in New Orleans jr. i M months with the fnited Slates Army Air Force. He bw represents New York Manufctun of men's accessories bveiirr; Florida and Georgia nritorii |A mid August wedding has been lanneu by the couple. Carol Helen Steuer Betrothal Revealed HoTon !" gaeement of Miss Carol Helen Steuer, formerly of Miami and Miami Beach, to Winfield R Lev! was recently announced in i Cincinnati, Ohio. She is the daughter of Mrs. M. C. Schuman ;and the late Max Steuer. Miss Steuer graduated from Miami Beach High School and was a member of Tri Beta soror1 /~ e attende d the University i i Cincmnati and is now comIpeting her junior year at Ohio ; State University where she is | majoring in dental hygiene. Mr. Levi attended schools in Cincinnati, graduated from the University of Cincinnati and studied voice at the Cincinnati College of Music. He served as Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff, Air Transport Command, in India and is now assistant advertising manager of Broadcastinng-Telecastmg the trade journal of radio and television located in Washington, D. C. No date, has been set for the wedding. lemorial Service IThe to iml Beach Jewish War pi .. Post 330, will conduct I annu il .Memorial Day services today 8:15 p.m. at the Miami each .' % %  :\ i.sh Center, according Lei nard Tobin, senior vice bmmander. 1EAN CARROLL Errol Michael Gillis To Become Bar Mitzvah Errol Michael Gillis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gillis. 1713 S.W. 21st Terr., wili become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, May 20. at 9 a.m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. A student at Shenandoa h Junior High, where he is a member of the junior band, the young man is a Boy Scout. Among the out-of-town guests at the ceremony will be the boy's grandmothers, Mrs. Sam Harris and Mrs. Gertrude Gillis, of Chicago. A reception will follow the ceremony. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Errol V". !1 fenin: I ler %  JR3. I 11 I %  V Star) Now at the 5 :iub, says: "Before V current engagement 1 O'clock Club here, I vacation in Havana guidance of FARR am happy to be able to ver have I had such a received such lovely a travel agency as 1 FARRS. Masada Unit Committee Chairmen Announced Apppontments of committee chairmen for the year 1950-51 have been announced by David Goodwin, president of Miami Beach Masada. Named to head the committees were: chalutziut, Sam Levine; dramatics, Lennie Schwartz; education, Florence Abramson: fundraising, Mary Feldman and Gilbert Rappaport; Jewish National Fund. Claire Schneider; membership. Ruth Schwartz; program, Rosalyn Goldstein; publications, Irving Marcus; publicity, Doris Aronson: social, Susan Kochen and Harriet Smuckler. The group meets every other, Thursday evening at the Miami' Bpach Jewish Center. FARM Name in Travel" Tamara Chapter Will Meet Tuesday Night A meeting of Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women will be held Tuesday, May 23, at 8:30 p.m. at the Promenade Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz, newly installed president, will presid Plans for the raising of funds for the orphan children of Israel will be formulated at the meeting. A special program has been prepared by Mrs. Jaek H. Kane. program chairman. MEAT PRODUCTS WJ RLEJ1 AMt* ,C KOSHER ^ QUALITY r


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PAGE EIGHT -JenlstncrfdF&r Mt. Scopus Group To Install Officers Mi s. Joel Below honorary presi.", will install new officers of the Mount Scopus Group (formerly Miami Group) of Hadassah at a luncheon to be held at the Garden Restaurant. 2m S.W. 8th St. at 12:30 p.m. on Monday, May Mrs. Harold B. Cohen will :K! .is mist!ess t cerem >nies Guest speaker for the afternoon will be Rabbi M x Shapiro. The invocation will be offered by Mrs. Simon April, and Mis. Max s piro will give the benediction. isical portion of the program will be rendered by Edward Doe. bi --1. who sang the role Aneelotti in the Miami Opera Guild's performance of "Tosca." Mr. Doe. pupil of Arturo di Filipp will sing with the Cincinnati < r Opera Company in July. icers to he installed are. president. Mrs. Moe Feineold: first vice president, Mrs. David Hess: second vice president, Mrs. %  v L. fcou t: third vice presi,1 M rs ;.' s G. Drapkin: th vice lent. Mrs Ernes' ng secretary, Art r Si espond ta y, Mi s Milti n W*i iner; \' Jose] S • Mrs .' Marn I of di3 are I %  s Simon Carp, %  : %  G.n %  L Laul V %  ... | M M %  .' Quartin ,'..•tovin. Albei I : %  Rubin. Lou v. Max • > • Sen H Id 1. L. Soskins. Sol 5: 1 %  -. J %  ..... Sen s ted bj \ | St ii man: • | Bernsteii nd Mrs. L.. n< -. • nts: Mrs s G D pkii nd Mrs H B C In n. Reservatioi : %  lling Mrs D Set n iki : r Mrs A I St n );uuirr -,: ., ........... .IB. -^rrl.w..: "•-* %  ^iimmuniry ^uikV i dklfatfn inun?i;ni'b'i>>'oo ; 'i> ... *. ..m .. .I.-.., %  %  % %  Shown above is the citation being presented to 1M "" J. Kopelowitz at the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at Temple Beth Sholom. Federation is "* e !" "9 u j him the title of "Community Builder" to rWnMtond hto bl*£ ship in the population surveys conducted in 19 nd 1947. which served as a basis for the establishment of !" J?* !" ggJ% formation of the Jewish Centers Association and the purchase oi he new Jewish Home for the Aged. Kopelowitz served as first budget chairman of Federation in 1939 and 1940 and was campaign Chairman in 1941-42. In addition, he is a past president of Beth David Congregation, is a member of the board o! the JewishSocM Service Bureau and is financial director of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Norman B. Brown Rites To Be Held At Arlington The body of Norman Bruce Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Brown of Miami Beach, is being returned from Okinawa and will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday, May 24, at 2 p.m. The young man was born and reared in Miami and prior to his enlistment in the navy in 1943 was a member of the drum and I bugle corps of the Jewish War Veterans post which now bears his name. He was killed over Okinawa on March 26. 1945. when his plane I was shot down. Besides his parents, he is sur| vived by a sister. Betty. FRIDAY. M AY iq Depart For Funeral Rosei ten, hei Max Shai i, and E Ii •• Tues laj tor Toledo. Oh %  R t Beck, v his I • n and Obituaries BENJAMIN COLDWA5SER S 1 v < --. S A %  .-• Ill Homi LOL-IS DARVIN a -• %  {,. i. %  %  %  %  %  %  Ml -• • • • %  %  l.y Rtvi Miami Hayden Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hayden. 2331 S.W. 21st Terr., announce Bar Mitzvah of their son. I Saturday. May ::D. at 9 i in. at Beth David. Rabbi Max Shapii i nd C intor Maui Ice Mi m< hes will officiate. Bar Mitzvah ..".•.ends ShenJuni T Huh Sell where hi a mi nber of the B j -' Chi A recc ption will follow the cereiii my and relatives and friends re invite. i t i attend. Mrs. Hertz Will Be Luncheon Hostess Mrs. Ben S. Hertz, president of Miami Cl I the American Jewish Congress, will entertain officers and trustees of the unit at a luncheon Monday. May 22. A program of future events will be discussed and committee chairmen appointed. Candidate Charges Coercive Tactics had made "no nts : utside school James M. Noel for th( sch d in Dist ict '.. M mday .. --• last mil %  .. .... t< 1 in thi ft N • I that such run .I • i-i .......... %  i -sals" weri en%  • %  -] :. p. r '. e rs : %  %  • • %  s if 1 not." Mrs. F. Jonas Receives Hadassah Region Award '/£iM/4/J6(//MS< ..• A • %  v ; %  1. • % % %  %  %  .'.: | \! .ns B n B'rll Shtim '•' lewtol I'oim nil • /. t M %  i • • .%  • %  Isltrs. Mr*. Sydi M 11 A S. H. LEWINTER Si test nu new members Hadass I I %  • announcev irry Gros ERVING VOSS : %  I f.. r li DAV'D SALOVON With DIGNITY and RESPECT our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. AMBULANCE SERVICE 5-584! or 3-2100 Ihtmtnia/ C'Aa/u/ 1850 ALTOS ROAD MIAMI BEACH L. A. Levine Irving Blasberc ^^^^^\VNX\\\\vv\v\^^v^^&v^v^^^>^ SI taste ROKEACH BORSCHT O si 'O.ieii Dy Palm OittriDutors. inc. — 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami Phone 3-6866 . Sa* S2.00 5-1U. 1 GAL. THERMOS ]DO vrilh laocsi-—R9. U.iS CALVANI2ED MW.OVY BOCICETS R.a. J3.SC FOLDING CIAS TRAPS Rg. SI.40 I7c 50c s 10 5C USE THESE COLUMNS FOR YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISING PHONE 2-1141 Distinctive Wedding Invitations fevfo n J U Sngraving Ctmftt*1 122 N. E. SIXTH STREET MIAMI 36. FLORIDA TELEPHONE 2 -I *+ Thank You, Voters! WILBUR C. KING. c* date for re-eleclion to %  Railroad Commission. thanks the voters oi BJ County who endorsed H in Jhe May 2 ** primary by nearly TWO ONE over hi, run-oHJ poner.t. Statow.de. WiW King needed less than p.r cent of the total J cast to win in the to* M mary. He feels th.. vote was a real -jj ment of his record ficiency. rate saving iimproved transportation. WILBUR C. KING asks that you repert fWtt •" ^ by voting next Tuesday. Mav 23. in the second V j primary, lor Wilbur C. Eng to continue b* ^ 2 Florida's economy and prosperity, as a membe Florida Railroad and Public Utilities Commission. iof WI I K Pi 111 .. ...u paid for bj l>a


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FRIDAY. MAY 19, 1950 Beach Center Confirmation Rites Slated For First Day Of Shavaos +Jelstncrkte*r .. PAGE NINE Miami Beach Jewish Center I Sunday Religious School will hold confirmation exercises on the first I day of Shavous, Monday, May 122. at 3 a.m. in the synagogue. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The confirmation class includes flthodn Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Berman; Merle, I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael I form an: Beverly Susan, daughter of Mrs. Annette Ginsberg; BarIbara Lee, daughter of Mr. and IMrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg; Lela \Q daughter of Mr. and Mrs. hfelvin Goldstrom; Beverly Mae, [daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan %  Hader: Barbara, daughter of Mr. land Mrs, Andrew Himmelstein; [iris, daughter of Mrs. Peggy %  Jacobs: Marcla Miriam, daughter | 0 f Mi and Mrs. Perry Jervis: %  Janice Ann, daughter of Mr. and taliNathaniel JKlein; Maria [Beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. %  Saul Krongold; Edna May, I ter of Mr. and Mrs. Abra|hani Levine; Arlene Sari, daugh|i, nid Mrs. Hyman Lurie, g lighter of Mr. and Mrs. [A! A Miller; Ruth Ellen, daugh|i, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S. S Arkne, daughter of Mrs. h I' Sprafkin; Ellen Joan, %  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. hv. Ernice, daughter of Mr. land M Carl Weinkle and Ada | ;. laughter of Mrs. Anna Wolf. A bil le, the gift of the Sisterhood, and diplomas of confirma[i .11 be presented to the When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time To Buy Some confirmands by David R l sen chairman of the school Following the exercises, the entire congregation is invited to a reception given by parents of the confirmands in the patio. The confirmation supper dance presented by the sisterhood in honor of the confirmands will be held in the center social hall on Sunday, May 28. Mrs. Al Osheroff is in charge of arrangements. Official closing of Sunday school for the summer months will be on May 28. at which time certificates of honor will be awarded to outstanding students. The daily religious school officially closes on June 8. Ilade i oiili'i'i'iHi' To Piek Leaders Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade County will hold its election and installation meeting on Thursday. May 25, at 10 a.m. at the Miami Beach $0* MU sctfs 40* Alka-Seltzer AT ALL DRUG STORES A id more Reyna Ullman Youngerman Jewish Center, Mrs. Louis Glasser, president, announces. The nominating committee, headed by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, will present the slate of officers for 1950-51 and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers will install the newly elected officers. Guest speaker will be Reyna Uilman Youngerman, well known artist. While attending Yale School of Fine Arts, of which she is a graduate. Mrs. Youngerman received the Weir and English scholarships for painting. After graduation she was twice awarded the Tiffany Foundation Fellowship. Her work has been widely exhibited and has been awarded many prizes. Since coming to Miami last year, the artist has had two one-man shows. Mrs. Monte Selig is program chairman. FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION Elect "Jim' 9 James M. NOEL TO DADE COUNTY School Board Vote County Wide VETERAN LEGIONNAIRE GRADUATE TEXAS A. 4 M. LAW STUDENT U. OF MIAMI BRING SCHOOL MATTERS OUT IN THE OPEN! *"s All Solve School Problems! PULL LEVER 6A MAY 23 FOR JIM (Pd. Pol. Adv.) IN THE MAIL Editor, Jewish Floridia, Miami, Fla. Dear Sir: I nominate for the man of the year doing the greatest disservice to his people in the community, the department store owner who has been causing the arrest of elderly women for pilfering his jewelry trinkets. They are usually fined $100 for the offense, given headlines in the newspapers, and bring anguish and shame upon themselves, their family, and upon us. Were these women really thieves they would never steal such stuff of almost no value. They arc tempted, really entrapped, I would say, because the "jewelry" is exposed on unguarded counters. These stories have appeared in the newspapers for months now. The latest victim is a woman 78 years of age whom the policelieutenant had not the inhumanity to keep in jail until she had a hearing. The thefts can be stopped by placing these counters in direct charge of saleswomen, or putting the jewelry in glass counters. The commandment, thou shall not covet, must somewhere in out wisdom have a counterpart, thou shalt not tempt. Very truly yours, ISRAEL HABER, 945 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach. Fla In our opinion, there can be no Justification of any kind In condoning "ahopllfteri."—Editor. Dental Clinic Opened For Cardiac Children The National Children's Cardiac Home, 4250 W. Flagler St., announces the opening of the Max Reiter-Maurice Saltzman Dental Clinic, which will furnish the children living in the home with proper dental care. They will be given routine X-rays, prophylaxsis and fluorine treatments. Periodic check-ups will also be made and necessary operative work will be provided. Staff meetings will be held once a month to discuss special cases and research problems. Dental staff includes Dr. Everett G. Blasberg, chief of staff, and Drs. A. E. Akers, Frederick Goldberg. Joseph Gour, Henry Green, J. G. Hagen. Howard F. Hewett, Bennett A. Lee, James I. Murray, Frank Rentz, William M. Schiff, Max I. Tendrich and Doran Zinner. Dr. Jack Stettin and Dr. Robert Litowitz are consultants. Dental hygienists are Edith Bernstein, Jane Burns, Margaret Akers, Margaret Klinkenberg, Martha Martin and Lillian Gwynne, president of the Dental Hygienist Society of Miami. Life Iniurance Estatee Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Blda. Ph. 3-4616 or 4-9981 See or phone me for yeur LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS AS LOW ASj 4% M O R TO HENR I Nit-Amtitdn 9-3435 Your Confidence and Vote Appreciated Be Sure to Vote May 23rd Datlv 0 ounl if \i>4>tls VAN DUSEN A School Man For The School Board MIIT Fits* ; 3* MILK U No Other Food Can Take The Place Ot Daily Fresh Grade A Vitamin D Homogenized No other food has ever been produced, grown, developed or invented that can provide the complete, balanced nourishment contained in fresh, whole milk. It is the "must" basic, natural food for every man, woman and child. And, Vitamin D Homogenized Home Milk is daily fresh, rich, whole milk. There's old fashioned, country-fresh flavbr in every creamy drop. Home Milk is safe, health-giving...produced by our own regularly tested, carefully selected herds, on our own Dade and Broward County farms. Our modern, hborato r'ycontrolled Home Milk plant is always open for your inspection. Every operation is streamlined, scientifically approved to safeguard the high quality and down-on-thefarm fresh flavor of Home Milk. So, don't take chances on health. Be sure every member of your family drinks at least one quart of daily fresh, Grade A Vitamin D Homogenized Home Milk every day. No other food can take its place. Buy Home Milk daily fresh at your grocer's. Or, phone us, and the friendly Home Milk Man will have it on your doorstep in the morning. Remember, it's daily fresh ... you can taste the difference! • Be Sure To Put Your Milk Bottles Out Where Your Milkman Can Pick Them Up PHONE: Miami 2-7696 ... Fort Lauderdale 2-2475 Drink Daily Fresh and Taste the Difference I 4



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PAGE TEN % %  > %  aJ oj the Clrou !" %  .; ,! ',,T Florida '" Attorne) for Vim ,. .'-" Lin n tbSS U S 19-26 ii 2-9 King Maps Program To Bring Tourists Here A state-wide program that will bring more tourists and permanent residents to Florida was outlined by Wilbur C. King, candidate for re-election to the Florida Railroad and Public Utilities Commission, in conferences and speeches in Dade and Broward Counties this week. Chairman King is serving his first term on the commission. In the May 2 primary he led his nearest opponent in Dade County nearly two to one. and state-wide had a margin of 104,000 votes. "When I went on the commission four years ag >," he said. "I at once prop ised a reorganization of the commission that has resulted in placing experts in ;e of transportation and communication. As a result. Florida today is greatly improving these ties. Train and bus schedules have been increased and speeded up. Many new stati ins are being in Fi irida, with n for s rving the traveling public. "Th< • ts have bee: ref ed in a much greater volume of %  1 In addition, many new i coming to Dade and I C intii • seeking peritions. They have I that the high class translation and communu they want are being supplied here in Fl rida, We hope in the near I i make these utilities ng the best ;n the nation." Miami Beach Post 330 of the Jewish War Veterans has issued a call to the community to help all veterans regardless of color or religion by contributing blood on 'Blood' Bank Night" to be held at the Miami Beach Y on Wednesday, May 24. beginning at 6 p.m. Dr. Mortimer Abrashkin. blood bank chairman, announces that donors must not eat for six hours before giving blood. Qualified I '."l.na I medical personnel will be on hand to determine whether persons may safely contribute. Blood will be donated to Pratt Hospital. Pictured making plans for the drive are (seated. 1. to r.) Eddie Boyar. Commander Al Ossip; (standing. 1. to r.) Leonard Tobin, Sidney Simkowitz. Herman Sokolow. LEGAL NOTICE DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WOPKERS S5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phonaa 1-5317 — 1-6727 61 N. E. 5th Streat AL MEIOENBERQ, Owner Faseell Calls For Stream lining Of Fla. 4*overniiient Dante Faseell. candidate for state representative in Group 2. is advocating a program of streamlining the operations and functions of Florida's government in order to eliminate duplication, waste and unnecessary expenditures Faseell, who will run against Grant Stockdale in next Tuesday's election, is stressing the need for a central purchasing system for all state departments "Such a system will save hundreds of thousands of dollars each year." asserts ihe 33-year old candidate who has resided in Dade County for 25 years. Faseell. past president of the Young Democratic Club of Dade County, served as attache with the Dade Countv delegation at Tallahassee during 1947 and 1949 sessions. As attache. Faseell drafted legislation, acted as liaison between the Dade delegation and groups from other counties and appeared before committei s, The Candida :s also advocates cutting the sales tax to two per cent; planning ahead for state services and improvements on a 10-year b?sis: maintaining c ai' state aporopriations for flood control 3nd a Florida tax connni.-sion to equalize property asa -.-•ment.v Gables Center To Add Classrooms Acting upon the unanimous recommendation of the board of directors, the Coral Gables Jewish Center will proceed with building plans for four additional classrooms to its building completed this year. The move was necessary because of the large and unexpected increase in membership and attendance of boys and girls in the Sunday Religious School. Herbert Gelernter. president, said. The added rooms will accommodate three hundred boys and girls and there will be a study for the center's spiritual leader. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Congratulations. Dante Fascel'. You are most qualified to represent ALL the people of Dade County. Sixty-one thousand persons voted for A CHANGE, because the "other fellow" WON'T "stay hitched"—Talks about foreign trips, etc.. etc. Lost our vote on May 2nd. but well PULL LEVER 3A for you on May 23rd. Respectfully yours, Z. O. Young. Chairman Segall For Legislature Campaign 11M. POL Adv.) NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE l\ THE S.MAI.I. CLAIMS COl'RT FIFTH DISTRICT, -MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA.—No. 8770. JOb'EPH Sill.I,MAN'. Plaintiff, vs JERRY REGAN, Defendant. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai under .mil by virtus of a writ of execution Issued in the above styled causi-, I, Harry S. HiKgins, Constable of ih,Fourth District MI Dade County, Florida, have levied upon and will %  :'iii for sale ami .-. %  II to the highest bidder for cash at Hi a.m. on the SOtll (lav of June. 1950, in the office of th1 •'. 2.9 -..id poi Ut NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY Jt'DOE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 20606. RE: sWTATE OP IRVING QREENBERG, Deceased NOTICE Is hereby given that I t have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as ancillary exeoutrlx of the estate of IRVING GREENBERG, deceased: and that on the 16 day of Jim.-, 1950, I will applx to the Honorable w. p BLANTON. County .luduc of Had*County. Florida. for approval of said final report and for final discharge as ancillary exei uti iv of the estate of IRVING IIREENBERG, deceased. This 12th day ->i May, 1950, ETHEL GREENBERG MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys foi Ancillary Executrix 5 19-24 6 -'-'.' • %  • -• .. i-.,..\ ...id Three i.t>, Bock Thr HI HAi.i.A.M.Ai.i:, accortftjtoS plat then free riled n PUIB* ..... .ii. %  ;.,.., 111fc|t 5 %  f •• IS, of the piHc •••'"" | ol Dade Count] FlgE in. In an Easti ,,.. the aouthi rly line of uld Ut j. Block ihi ... m ,i DH if ".'!!" %  s w ol the XEl, „nbt •\". %  '' "f .'••• %  •' to a poll:. -jidnini being %  %  • ;be tut mem on. I'Miair OUR NEW ELECTRIC PLUCKER Provides Rapid Service lo our Customers when purchasing KOSHER-KILLED POULTRY from GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St.. Miami PHONE 2-7808 or 9-1939 DUNCRAGGAN INN Presidential Lodge Collages HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Swimming Pool, Entertainment, Counselor for Children June 1st • Oct. 1st From S50 Per Week Including Meals ELECT "MOIE" J. L. TENDRICH Your Dade County Democratic Executive COMMITTEEMAN Precinct 71 2nd PRIMARY MAY 23rd LEVER 17A (Pd. Pol. Adv ) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT coritT OF THE 11TU JIDIi'lAI, CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No. IS271S. WU.I.IAM KRANZ, Plaintiff, vs. ANNA KRANZ, Defendant. TO ANNA KRANZ, 180 Riverside Drive New York. X Y. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Mil of complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required lo serve a copy of yi •• mswer t.. the LIU of complaint on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original answei In the office of the Clerk of the Clrcuil Court on or before the !0th day of June, 1950, in default of which the LIU of complaint will be taken as confessed np.-iiist you. Dated this 12 day of May, I9.".n. K li I.EATHERMAN, clerk ..1 the Circuit Court, l Mil,County, Florida. %  Circuit Court S'eal) By w.M. W. FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Plaintiff Oil Blscayne Building Floi Ida. %  It ti -'- STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. M NASATIR, Program Director YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR WI1YZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:46 P. M EVERY TUESDAY :00 to 7:00 P. M. i ££?'££ OF 8T AR8 IN THE LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Liaten to our Special Feature at "BUILDERS' OF "iSRAEL" Narrator HAROLD SHAPIRO NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT cui'itT i )F THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY, No, 132721. WALTER ROBERT LEVITT, Plaintiff, vs.. ALMA LEVITT, Defendant. TO: ALMA LEVITT '::-.'" 22(th Street l-i Helton. I., t. New York You are hereby notified that a ault for divorce has been brought against you as above styled and you are hereby required to serve a copy ol your answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff! attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the inth day of June, 1950. otherwise a decree pro confesso may be entered axniiiat urn. Hated. May 12, 1:,0. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. %  circuit Court Seal) By: W.M. W. STOCKING. ,,,., Deputy Clerk MURRAY (IIHIPMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olympia Building Miami, Florida 5 lli-L'6 6'2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deairlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of Sth Street Bar at 450 N.W. 9th St.. Miami, intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Louis KUSNICK Owner BERICK SHAPIRO Attorneys for Applicant 5/5-12-19-26 6V2 iine ivi:h •'• Tcnajy riKht ol nay liiif ,,f stall Hat No. I, Federal HlynwMtl No. i. j^. •• %  'St." : g| I degrees, tt mlooM nvmi to t;>. lefi lioni i %  vasttrti line of Bid S:te K.! No. i, a dlstam %  : %  %  II i said p. MI being tlw IntertectkiD of tb. .id Slate Road S i. with •' %  •• eertj lin.ill :. %  % %  I "i the ,.f l..i Block I, HA1.1. ANl'Al.E. abov%  • In a i raati I lie : dui % % %  S tasti %  ">: ti West. %  %  '• %  \,, i .-. ;!,,.,! 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FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1950 If rccdom House Will Present >lii>i-rainji Marc BHtzstein's music-drama • %  The Cradle Will Rock," will have Ijt.s first Miami performance on (Saturday, May 20, at 8:50 p.m. %  when H will be presented by the I i) House Players at the hi of Seafood, 22nd St. and ICollins Ave. Further performances there are Scheduled for May 23 and 24, and latai the work will be given at I an House and Booker T. t\\. ... igton High School. Tin production is directed by %  Tally Biown, stage director for %  tlii' Modern Lyric Theater, New |\ City and the Walton Opera •al director is Miami comI ianist Joseph Harnell. Both young musicians are alumni of the Berkshire Music Center, there Miss Brown worked in the department with Boris jodowsky and Harnell studied ition with Aaron Copland. The cast of 26, recruited from |lhe area, includes Boris Pritcher, William Schlesinger, David Taub, Rollo Layland. Ipfelbaum Elected To J-F Phi Beta Kappa Walter Apfelbaum, 1411 S.W. 6th St., lias been elected to the University of Florida chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary scholastic fraternity. His seection til lowed his nomination to Florida Blue Key. Ibaum, a 19-year-old senior, was a member of the UF Bebating team that won the title "Thud Best in the Nation" at e recent West Point National Debate Tournament. He was named sixth best debaler in the tournament when the Sators lost, 4-3, to Vermont, the national champion, in the semi-' Auxiliary To Sponsor nals. Apfelbaum is a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. +Jeisti Her Mian PAGE ELEVEN Lear Commencement Slated For May 24 The Lear School at 1010 West Ave.. Miami Beach, will hold its outdoor commencement exercises for the graduating class of 1950 on Wednesday. May 24, at 8 p m on the school campus. Sheldon Miller, class president, will deliver the salutatory address, and Elyse Feldman will be the valedictorian. College preparatory graduates are Elyse Feldman. Bernice Goldberg. Barbara Greenfield. Mvrna Meyers. Sheldon Miller 'and Hilary Rott. High school preparatory graduates include David Leon, Jerome Manton. Phili ) Solomon Judith Pasekoff and' Vera Mae Shapiro. Mrs. Morris B. Horwitz Mrs. M. B. Horwitz To Take Office Monday The Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold its final meeting of the season on Monday, May 22, at 8:15 p.m. at the center. The retiring president, Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld. will turn over the gavel to the newly-elected president, Mrs. Morris B. Horwitz, as she assumes her duties! for the coming year, The program will feature an original skit highlighting the events of the sisterhood during the past year. This entertainment is being written and directed by Mrs. Herman Fisher and Mrs. William Hechler. Wolff Attends Meet Henry E. Wolff attended an allday meeting of the executive board of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods Sunday at the Paramount Hotel in NewYork City. S. Herbert Kaufman. Harrisburg, president of the NFTB. an affiliate of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, presided at the session, which was attended by board members from all parts of the United States and Canada, representing 221 Reform Temple Men's Club. Israel's Freedom Torch Will Be Used To Kindle Beth Sholom Eternal Light Israel's Freedom Torch will be used to kindle the new Eternal Light at Temple Beth Sholom ai its annual confirmation service on Sunday. May 21, at 7:30 p.m., according to an announcement by Shepard Broad, president. Kindled at the tomb of th-' Maccabees and carried by marathon runners throughout Israel to Prime Minister David Ben Gurion. the torch was flown to Miami Beach especially for this occasion. Also to be used in the ceremony of Eternal Light, a gift from this year's confirmation class to the temple, will be a replica of America's Statue of Liberty Torch. The service will take the form Ol a religious pageant entitled "The Torch of Liberty," which was written by the confirmation class and their spiritual leader, Rabbi Leon Kronish. The songs and hymns were chosen and r?hearsed by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, with the assistance of Hy Fried, organist. The confirmands will be pr}sented to President Broad f, confirmation certificates bv Mrs. Leon J. Ell. chairman of the school board, and Sydney J Greenberg, school principal. Nancy Rothman. president of the confirmation class, will make the presentation of the Eternal Light. : Louis J. Krensky, chairman of the of kindling the new temple board, will receive the gft •ion behalf of the temple. Confirmands are Kenneth Beckcrman, Dalton Aaron Becker, Morris N. Broad. Sandra Arden Ell. Charles Jay Gratz. David Carl Hillman, Roberta Keit, Ellise Gertrude Kosch. Marilyn Joy Krensky. Joseph Frederick' Malakofl". Nancy Sheila Rothman. Rose Monnet Ruddv. Elizabeth Simkowitz. Donna Louis Simon. Barbara Joyce Weiss. Sisterhood To Meet The Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess will hold a meeting Thursday. May 25. at 1 p.m. in the Miami Hebrew School, according to Mrs. Sam Geltner. secretary. Rabbi Simon April will be trie guest speaker. :.P.A. Moves Office Joseph L Otchin, New York fcnd Florida C.P.A. formerly of (120 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, now located at 1810 Congress 31dg.. Miami. Card Party Wednesday The Ladies Auxiliary of Kneseth Israel Congregation will hold a card party on Wednesday. May 24, at 8 p.m. in the social hall, according to Mrs. Esther Eisenstein, president. An elaborate program is being arranged by the group. Now under new management of William and Stanley Segal Miami Beach Office: P. O. Box 676; Ph. 5-3411 [Coulton Bros. 'Where a Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed." 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LAY, MAY 19,1950 Jew is* rk>ridfiar PAGE THIRTEEN 1 Will Attend fnai BVith Meet L en ty delegates from Knai I'h lodges anud women s cnapjn Greater Miami will attend 74th annual District Grand No F' ve convention in d!ke Va.. May 27 through 30. /announced by C. R. Jacobson r of the B'nai B'rith tncii. [he Miami Beach delegation, by George Bertman, presi',• the Greater Miami B'nai :,.; C until, will include Irving Ltzman, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Idstrom, David R. Isen, Jack lident Godfrey K. New,'Gilbert J. Balkin and Mr. Mrs. George J. Talianoff. ilending the conclave from blem Lodge will be President I Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, Louis ; Milton A. Friedman. E. Pallot. Charles R. Jacob,,nd William Friedman. Coral |bl es Lodge will be represented Prioident and Mrs. Alvin %  renblum. Miss Miriam GoldL sident of Emma Lazarus t :id Miss Paula Horowitz als i attend. Fh e H in. Frank Goldman, inI president of B'nai ...ill address the convenn Sunday. May 28 and the bn A H. Feller, counselor of United Nations, will speak hr.ciav evening. Dr. Abram L. t ii csident of Brandeis Unty will make the principal ss of the convention on U vening. May 30. tes from 97 lodges in six c j| tern states are expected %  n out for the event. YEMENITES BROUGHT TO ISRAEL BY UJA GATHER FIRST HARVEST ON SHAVUOTH B'nai B'rith Groups Fete Pratt Patients Weekly parties for hospitalized veterans in the TB ward are sponsored by members of B'nai B'rith lodges and women's chapters in the Greater Miami area under the direction of Mrs. Sidney Boeninger and Leo Steinman, C. R. JacoDson, director of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, discloses. Professional night club entertainment, refreshments and gifts are presented to the men in the ward at these affairs. Marushka, popular Ukranian vocalist, has been called back repeatedly for performances on | "B'nai B'rith Night" every Thursday. She also appears professionally on radio station WVCG every Saturday morning and dedicates her songs to the hospitalized veterans. The B'nai B'rith Veteran's Hospital Service Program was recently co-ordinated to include participation by all twenty lodges in the state of Florida in this important program. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 502 — Phone 5-5419 % arty To Mark. Israeli Liberty A special anniversay party Di iting the independence [the State of Israel will be held Miami Zionist District inday, June 4, at the home of an i Mrs. Harry Gordon, 2201 buth Miami Ave., it was anbunced by Herman Siegal, resident. [The event, under the direction | Mr. Gordon, fund-raising [lairman, will feature games. incing, entertainment, "all the |od you can eat," barbecue and rizes. he revealed. Tickets may be obtained by klkng Gordon, 3-3431; Herman Beijal, 3-1017; or Ted Nelson. w4J8. Proceeds are earmarked fa* I e local Zionist Youth Comk:-:.m and the American Zionist Shavuoth. which marks the gathering of the first fruits, has special significance this year for these Yemenite Jews recently brought to Israel by the United Jewish Appeal. Here they are shown at the settlement of Maoz Zurim. in Northern Israel, harvesting olives. The United Jewish Appeal is urgently in need of funds to provide homes ofr 94.000 immigrants still in reception camps and the thousands of newcomers entering every month. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is currently conducting a drive to raise $1,481,146, major portion of which is earmarked for UJA. Baiah Young People 7ill Meet Sunday [Temple Isaiah Young People's g •• %  will hold a special meetSunday, May 21, at 8:30 p.m. the Sorrento Hotel, Miami ich. v y ride, open house partyId ince to be held during the two months will be dissed. 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PAGE FOURTEEN *Jewist Fk>ridliairi "Measure of Freedom," ADL Report, Hailed Successful attacks on dei ply imbedded patterns of rai religious prejudice in of American life n ;' 1949. the Anti-Di I ition of B'nai B'rith annual sun Miami recently by L, Abess, Ivisory 1 and ex li igu< 's F: "However," "shocking is I : thai i vi SI. 000.on,: ded by I leading prol 12-m< nth p i id." Qi eatest pi %  % %  ss ag n I criminal: n, t stal achieved in higher education sports in Florida and the South wheie the Ku Klux Klan "fragmentized" ::nd in a nun of Northern states which enacted laws i stablishing fair employn • nt, h using and educational | "Throughout the year," Abess said, "then was a unrest T^ %  A MEASURE OF FREEDOM Arnold Forst 4& Arnold Forster. pictured above, is author of the widely acclaimed ADL report, "Measure of Freedom." The book has been cited for its fearless expose of hate-mongers. to ben U I -.: % %  ugh utthecounfrom big corporations and proml-1 feed themselves as out-and-out \'h % %  % % %  •'[, ?„ f L l£ nent industrialists. racist groups, and the public at large were disquieted by the dangers inGerald Smith. His Christian Except on the West Coast. herenl in leeply-rooted preNationalist Crusade was enriched I where Gerald Smith rallies often judices which w li • I D v moie than S150.000. attracted audiences of 2.000 and the nati n full reGerald Winrod, Fundamentalist more, attendance at public anti. : i s p, pi e preacher and publisher of antiSemitic meetings were shunned "Desoite the oroeress we • %  s ,mitic Periodicals. About S100.by the American public. Most ablel g?0 was received at his Wichita, propagandists'invested heavily in in the %  • ,n Kansas, headquarters. pamphlets and periodicals. Forty. : .'. %  : Upton Close, oolumnist and nine regular anti-Semitic pubse transications were circulated last year. .. d broadcasts % %  ted the report said. m Mexico s border statlcns, The Florida regional office of '""' M M ., .. the Anti-Defamation League with Joseph P. Kamp. now appea dquarters in Miami reports a : com • in for his relisinteg tion of the Ku Klux Swift, st of 1 F S \ Flori .'. s '.'. ." te-pi •' %  -• %  • •-. "found the F %  %  -S lizations A Measure • • -, n 1949 n • ivolved in natn nti-Semit grams wer. %  l_s .' : trolled b; ki :. n\ -s .:• Highest n the ';• f the leadM -. 2 4. The N th. ,st had "~ IS functioning anti Jewish groui the S uth, 16: the Far • West 8 Thirty-five once active nl groups folded during the yi : : • ti-S ; relargi ly :' m la< k ol finances, th -' irvey disci sed. these agandists Most ti ips • %  National politi • mic organ I the report said. Some ] lucational natioi mi n! 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(PBTOAY. MAY 19, 1950 *Jewisti Fk>rfdMan Emma Lazarus (Group To Install \ formal installation banquet Lremony will seat officers of the lEnim.i Lazarus Chapter, Business land Professional Women, B'nai iB'rith, on Saturday, May 20, at 17 p.m. at the Robert Richter III,,!.!. Miami Beach. am Goldstein will be inIgtalled as president and Mrs. I Albert Moss, president of the si F< deration of Florida B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter, will officiate as installing officer. R.ibbi Morris Skop of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will deliver the principal address and George j Talianoff, Miami Beach attorney, will preside as toastI master. Other officers to be installed include Paula Horowitz, first vice I president; Deana Abrashkin, second vice president; Vivian Schiffer, recording secretary; Mrs. Kuth Katzif, corresponding secretary; Florence Morduchay, financial secretary; Tina Fischer, treasurer; Ethel Pont, monitor; jfrs. Fannie Spring, parliamentarian; Shirley Rosenberg, historian. Q 1 of directors includes kin. Mrs. Mollie Cohen, | I -man. Edyth Fleischer. Edith S mmons, Irene Sklar and 1. i Tickos. I,.ik<'sil<' Inn To 0)cii On Juno 1 T Miami Beach businessmen, v.. ; Stanley Segal, will II. riders inville, -\. C irt hotels, Lakeside I el. onstructed in 1946, I L ikeside is now refurnishing prowill be completed by iti Located on Lake o. the resort has a dozen ( in addition to its hotel I in pastimes as ridin.:, swimming, boating, fishing and picnics will be regular events on the Lakeside schedule this season, according to William Segal, who will operate the hotel. Segal revealed that Lakeside would inaugurate a program of nightly entertainment and dancing for the 1950 season with such special features as square dancing contests on the recreation agenda. Golfing at nearby Hendersonville Golf Course also is available for Lakeside guests. The hotel's American plan opening is slated for June 15, Segal said. h\o %  o-.a*} -IIT tin 'jioiiitninUhiqvr ban Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 %  loach Center To Part lefpate In National Survey The Miami Beach.Jewish Center will participate in the national survey of the 1 Synagogue of America, it was announced by Harry Sirkin. congregation president, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual li The survey will be cond in cooperation with the Bureau of Applied Research of Columbia University and will cover four main areas of congregational activity including religious services, children's Jewish education, adult Jewish education and youth work. While one part of the survey will deal with statistical data in these fields, opinions on the basic issues of congregational life will be sought from the rank and file membership of the congregation. A survey committee will handle all the mechanics of the inquiry which Sirkin reports will be carried out under all safe-guards of complete anonymity. Results of the survey will be reviewed at the forthcoming national convention of the United Synagogue in Washington, D. C. and will be released with recommendations based on these findings. PAGE FIFTEEN MARKS 30th YEAR AS LEADER IN JEWISH EDUCATION Dance Proceeds Will Go Towards Center Site The Northside Jewish Center is formulating plans for a dance t i be held on June 4 at the Hungarian Cultural Club, N.W. 2nd Ave. at 39th St. Dr. William K. Boros lias been named chairman of the function. Assisting him are M. S tickets: Martin Weiss, waiters Herbert Hochfelson, kitchen ; David Epstein, food; William Rothman and Mrs. Rose Borkin entertainment: Mrs. Herbert Hochfelson and Mrs. Martin Weiss, hostesses. Proceeds from the affair will go towards the purchase of a center building site. [luncheon given by the PTA of Beth Sholom May 6. Over 200 I mothers and children attended the affair. Special songs and skits were written for the occasion by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader >>C the congregation, and by Sydney J. Greenberg, principal of the igious school. Cantor Samuel Kid, mer lie: :1Ksinging, ai c impanied by Temple Organist Hy Fried. TRUCKING BOND TRANSFER, Inc. LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE MOVING Phone 2-3144 1812 N. W. 7th Ave. Henderson In Run-Off James A. Henderson, school board incumbent, will be challenged in the May 23 run-off by Ran Van Dusen. University ol Miami professor. Mr. Hendi a lawyer and builder, ipre of the state School Board Association. A Mason, Shriner, and niembi r of many welfare organ".-. the candidati election is standing on his I tatii a period of rapid expansion in our school system i have saved tax payers thousands of dollars." Dr. Pinkhos Churgin. dean. 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PAGE SIXTEEN *Mist> ncridTian FRIDAY. MAY Sholem Lodge Launches Drive For Members A unique membership drive has been launched by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith and 16 local office buildings are being canvassed "from sidewalks to roof." according to an announcement by Bernard Newmark, lodge membership chairman. The intensive drive for new members in B'nai B'rith will follow the pattern set successfully in other eastern metropolitan communities. Newmark said. President Sidney Aronovitz has Mrs. Goldberg Heads Beach Golden Agers Mrs. Anna Goldberg was installed as president of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Beach Y at ceremonies Sunday. May 14, at 2 p.m. Other officers installed at the rites were Mrs. Annette Lewis, first vice president; Mrs. Lena Weiscopf, second vice president; Harry Zeldman, recording secretary: Mrs. Claire Koopman. financial secretary; Norman Suk| loff, treasurer. The new president has anannounced\ha\''5VnVe'n'a7e'beVng! n ounccd ,hat the club wil1 con invited to join the country's oldest! t inue Its activities over the Jewish service organization dur%  summer and plans are being ing the drive. formulated for a boat ride and a TT J u. MI %  ... i.erie* of picnics and wiener roasts. Under the office building camI paign plan, captains have been appointed to offer invitations to outstanding Jewish men in the community. Gold menorah pencils and parchment certificates will be awarded to building captains securing five or more members and 19, ._, %  %  v_-.j. Hotel. Mrs. Melvin Benner is, Chairman t ~^^ Tropical fl omen chairman of the affair | ,££*£* affair k The chapter has completed final j are the Mesdame r arrangements for a card party Joseph Feldn,-,n o Wi and dance to be held on Wednesine Laih. !" p' Sam ost day evening. May 24, at the SorHerman FeTdrr„??, Kr rento Hotel. purchased at the S? U ^ Schedule Events Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its annual donor luncheon on Sunday. May 21. in the dining room of the Sorrento ting t door. Art Exhibition To Aid Israel A "Benefit for Israet" exhibition of pictures, consisting of marcasite menorah pins will be i P ast els and watercolors. by Polish presented by District Grand artist. Paula Warsaw, will be on Lodge Five to workers enrolling display at Tucker Galleries. Alton ten members or more. A special' membership award will also be given by the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council. Captains include Jay Schwartz. American Title and' Insurance Building: Moie Tendrich, BisRoad and 41st St., from May 23 to June 6. Miss Warsaw was born in Kobryn, Poland, and emigrated to this country with her family in the mid-twenties. She has been Congress BIdg.: E. Albert Pallot, cluPont Bldg.: Herbert Fiebelman. First National Bidg.: Eli Hurwitz, Fashion Mart Bldg.: E. S. Hirsch, Huntington Bldg.: David L man. Ingrahm Bldg.: Joseph Rayvis, Langford Bldg.: Rabbi S. M. Maehtei. Olympia Bldg.: Frank Gab •. PacificBldg.: Col. Michael cavne Big.: David Levy. Calumet seriously interested in painting Bldg.: Harold Friedman. Chamber since her early teens, and though of Commerce Bldg.:_ Marx Faber, \long periods of poor health and unwholesome environment were not very conducive to creative work, she has persevered in her] Studies and in 1946 again studied one semester at the Santa Barbara University. For the past year Miss Warsaw has been a resident of Miami Beach. She lost manv relatives RlHc. ~v %  C |K >' mk ;,nd friends in Eur Pe un der the S ': 1,x ( % %  ••: %  .."'. sh c !Va ': 1 Nazi Regime, and has relatives Bdg.. Sherburt Weiss. Seybold a „d friends who are struggling Bldg. and Frank Jaffe, Mayfair Theatre Bldg.


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BDAY. MAY 19, 1950 LEGAL NOTICES "TJoTICE BY PUBLICATION Jug[CIRCUIT COURT OK THK r JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND TR DAUB COUNTY, FLORIDACHANCERY, NO. 132730. ,,,. i| l-oMKRANTZ. Plaintiff, M. GLADT8 miaul S. POMERANTZ. I r !;l','\i"vs S. POMKRANTZ I,, Hawthorne Avenue Inrark S, New Jersey Be" Oil %  red i Fine %  iili liniilI final New Jersey hereby ordered reHlld -.ive a copy of your Answer Kill of Complaint, a copy of % % % %  closed herewith, on Attorney, and file the : the office of the Clerk of :iit Court on or before the (lav of June, I!."0, otherwise the ,,f said Hill will be taken I by you. ...p.I at Miami, Florida, this lath of May. 1930. i: It. l.KATHKRMAN. Clerk <>f the Circuit Court. %  cult I'ourt Seal) By: M. C. FEIOE. Deputy Clerk. i->si:\. ESQ., I'lalnllff fevboUl Hldg., Fin 6 2-9 NOTICE BV PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THK II JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND iR l'\l>i: cuUNTY, FLORIDA.— CHANCERY, No. 132761. .. IMA S HENRY, Plaintiff, vs. IEXJA.MIN PAUL HENRY, lalll [tENJAMIN PAUL HENRY Pi ill Street %  a 11 Missouri f • reby ordered and required It p.V of your Answer to tht of Complaint, a copy I. sell I n> LEGAL NOTICE %  "Jewisti fkridistr) PAGE SEVENTEEN NOTICE O^P^UicATToN TAX DEED NOTICE M*S&S? alVKN Boskln. holder LEGAL NOTICE FOR | NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Ben Buskin' h.dder "/''J !" ^' Drainage District Tax Sale rHtf,^" 1 numbered 4,131 SKI ,f[ '..""'ficatei. the 31st ,!,„.!: -"d ......T. ,|.,„.,| 8-^*eiV&SSt. In"' "^ """ nnd has made pSSS&XtfftJgEl thereon In accordance x ,i t issu law. Said CHAPTER T Ag£5Sri File A-lJ-Htt OF ly-tl Dad. embrace.I in Certificate' v,, %  celtiflcate issued : of which herewith, on Plaintiffs and file the original In the :li. Clerk of the Circuit Court %  the 15th Day of June, the allegations of said |f. I .1 l M will be taken as Florida, this 16th 1 uplalnt \ o||. Mia ill ll'.'.U. %  I! I.KATHER.MAN. k of the Circuit Court i Seal) By: M. C. FEIOE, Deputy Clerk \. ESQ.. Plaintiff ; Building, la I .OJIJ under the said certifleai. -uedwas ,„ the nam„, RSS E Lota 28 29 m....u i ,. Perrlne Canter, it Bub?Wi B^ka? Page 17 located in DadCounty State ' %  >••.. I lie assessment property under the Issued was In the 1 leas. of said said certificate name of Wj|| i|. Unless said certificates shall |„. .,.. of'junVT.E ftsT" "" tlW 6th ""> A i. "i 9 l ;o! h '" lhe 3r ay f Mav B, B LEATHERMAN, < lerk Circuit Court, ,r>, -. Dade Couiitv, Floi id i (Circuit Court Seal) By N. C. STERRETT, 5/5-12-19-26 6/2 "'"'"' V Clw *' IV vnSJ'SH BY PUBLICATION 1 \J!. l JCIRCUIT COURT OF Tilt' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT •PKI.olll.iA, IN ANDFORDADE FSMM! ~ CHANCERY, N„. James Phlllto Oradwell, Plaintiff, vs. ,;;"' ''•.•i''lweii, Defendant. Janet L. Oradwell, '.... %  W. Johnson street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c/o Eldrldge. copy of '• % % %  plaint NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IRCI IT Cl il'RT (F THE |I.I:VI:\I|| JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, tXI '!. Ill \ FOR DADE COUNTY, f IN CHANCERY, No IX I.AXi uxiii: ANNA AXXA I. ER. Plaintiff, I'. i. ml.int. ANGER >th Avenue \. w York ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED for l livorce has been filed •ii 'ii the above entitled l you anhereby required i cop) of your Answer to the "omplaint on the Plaintiffs I tile the original in the :< %  oi ihe Clerk of Circuit Court on ''.,:;• • h: '" ith. A. D. i960. AH. i ill Miami, Florida, this 16 of May, A, D, 1950. K U I'EATHERMAN, n of the circuit Court of the eelith Judicial Circuit, in and • County, Florida. "nit Seal) !; H M W. STOCKING, SILVER e uty '' lcrk •v WAYNE, for I'laintiff I''Hiding i ida ill. IT. HAM You arc required to serve a your answer to the BUI of >:... mil' "';':'",>'" th i Pontiff's attorney, orrice oi the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before th. 12th d it of June, AD i960, otherwise, the BHI of. Complaint for Divorce, heretofore C tj of Had f "^d h by'you W taken M IO D da y '"' the ..,V.i %  ''•'''' • S|a ",,f Florida, u mbraced In Certificate No Sill TS ,, „,. ;;"' f ";"issued was In the name of Dave Screvens. I V Sub'Yi',; 1 ",'. 14 %  • i "lineton Hgts., Countv %  ." k l:; ,,;,K Bl ln he i ounty oi Dade, State of Florida % %  embraced in Certificate x!,. The asessment i of said property under tni said certificate ISSH.-.I was in the name p .i..„ Barry Fitzgerald, t,. i .1 :. 1! t"i ?• £••" 1,i "" Addn. • w h Sul • l 1 '" l! "" k s > PBe b. in the i ounty of i .„,!,., st lt( ,, f Florida as embraced in Certificate o. H-i. in,, assessment of said property under the said certificate huued was In the name of Rosie Lot 9, Block :., Little River Hollands. A Sul, Plal Book !. |-a..,, i-i in the County of Had.-, state of Mori.ij,. as embraced in Certificate NO. .""••. I'h.as.-i-ssini.nl of said property under the said issued was in the name of i ii ines. Lot 18, Block 1, Natoina Manors, A Sub., Plat Book 24, Page 13, In the County oi Dade, state of Florida as embraced In Certificate No I.'.L'" The assessment of said property under the said certificate Issued was j„ t i, ( name of Kathleen M. Carter Lot 11, Block I, MeKeever Terr.. A Sub., Plat Book 9, Page 49, in the state of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. i2::v' The assessment of said pi-opertv under the said certificate Issued was in the name of Unknown. Lot 12, Block I. MeKeever Terrace, A sub. Plat Book 9, Page 49, in the i ounty of Had.-, state of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 12383. The • --in.nt of said property under lh LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE I,A 1 V, < 1 N 7J... JUDGE'S COURT. 21S!..-! COUNTT l-'I-oRiDA.-No. RE: ESTATE OF IRVING R. BECKER, I leceased. fuM. >TK l ';,' l \'"' l t 1 'v lv that I have Fn 1 !Vl %  ?"' le|M>rt "" ,l PUtlOII for l-lnal Discharge as administratrix of the estate of Irving It. Becker, dei easel; and that on the 15th day of Jne, 1950, [ will apply to the Ilo'nori. S % A h "lanton. County .ludge >r Dade .County. Worida. for approval '•I said final report and for final iischarKe as Administratrix of u,„ ^MSVi&Stf Med MARK SILVEflTS'* BECKEa Attorney for Administratrix 12-19-24 6/2 LEGAL NOTICE '.• %  • %  ifj, ;,t, .'has. F. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FJNAL DISCHARGE >','!,'K?.Z V ;"" %  *" %  : S COURT. DADE A^ H RA^^Bt U de^d KNOWN h,"v"m'T : i %. ""''> Hven that i have filed my final report and petition %  Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of Sarah Raphael, deceased; I960, I wd| apply to the Honorable .•mnt',. ;-',"",",• C OMty .hide,. „f |, ; „|,. County, Florida, for approval of said rmal report and far final discharge as ttanwfc "' '!!" Mtate f S -"^ 1 Raphael, deceased. This 3rd day of May, 1950. HELEN A. 1.V. INS, Executrix of the Estate of Sarah Raphael, deceased MYERS. IlKlMiX & KAPLAN Attorneys for Kxccutrix '.-12-1H-2.; CE UNDER FICTITIOUS ..__ NAME LAW W HEREBY OIVEN that ..", „ Us n "5, %  engage In inder the fictitious name of ; "J.AOE at 426 Michigan Beach, Dade County, itenaa to register said name 1,. ,• ', ",'., "','', '''rcuit Court Florida, JU'TY-DUMPTY % %  RVICE STATIONS, IX,' >;.. i BkENNEi? MER P r : Applicant Itoad 1 Florida. :E ii?.?! R F 'CTITIOUS NAME LAW |J "KREBY GIVEN that %  ;;i. •leslring to engage In •,. %  .'%  ... 't'tious name of ., ,' p'K TAIE LOUNGE at S. E. 1st s .,. .' %  '• '.tend t„ reglsUr -aid ,',',' ] l U of the Circuit '''inly. Florida. :, -' I'll: I. s. ALBERT l! A ROTHBARD :,:i; u **>* %  ..' h. Florida „. „.. NOT,CE TO CREDITORS IN I III-. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT M &5E FUH DADE COUNTY, A.'D.'*i'9 ••'nil ~ PROBATE, No. In Re: ESTATE OF ARTHUR WEIL, I leceased, To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby i notified and required to pres.-nt any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Arthur Weil, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. | \\ 1Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office I 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, gee Section 120 of the 11.33 Probate Act. Date .Mav %  A.D. litr.0. F'REIi Ii HERCHER As Administrator of the Estate of Arthur Well. Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator. S/12-19-28 .; 2 certificate issued was in the name I nknown. Unless said certificates shall be fell, .nnd according to law, the propertj described herein will be .-old to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in the month of June. A. I). 1950, which is the 5th day of June. A. D, 1950. Dated this the 25th day of April, ---.o. E. P.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade Cminty. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. c. STERRETT, Deputy Clerk. I 28 5-12-19 i.N NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED PILE 18758 Notice is hereby given that Ben Boskin holder of City of Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 3GT2, dated the 2nd day of June, A.D. 1947, has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon in accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade Countv, Florida, to-wit: 1-ot 25, Blk. I, Subdivision of Dale Miller Trait Addition Number 1. Plat Itook 2, Page 7". in the City of Miami, County of Had.. Slate of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate issued was in the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according t. on tin Dat. 1950 law, lax deed will issue lh.-icon 6th day of June, A.D. 1950. d this 3rd day of May. A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. C. STERRETT, Deputy Clerk 5/5-12-19-26 6/2 l T C |f..Mr.f | J B ~i-'CATIO^ •'I-.-.'.. w "fcivn I ivIN aiioruey. anil ine in B.KVT t TTMS2F RT '"•" THE ""''''• "'' ,ne clM hlipllit 1 "it IAI. CIRI'CIT Court on Or before _•.!•> AND FOR DADE DATED at Miami;. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI.ORIHA. IN CHANCERY, No. 132.;:'::. EVE ROMERO LEVY. Plaintiff, vs. GILBERT LEVY, Defendant. TO: GILBERT LEVY ll.n Woodruff Avenue Brooklyn, New York Y.'U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that o Bill for Divorce has been filed against you in the above entitled cause and vou are hereby required to i •"-;;' %  •.• serve a copy of your Answer to the HELEN SNYDER^jnalntlff, vs Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs 1 and file the original ill til NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I >F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 13240 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN I HE CIRCUIT COURT OP THK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL c'RfUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY I'^'IUF'~ X CHANCERY, No. SAMUEL '.I. PELD, Plaintiff, vs. ROSE I'KLD. Defendant TO: R' )SE PELD, 133-30 Laurelton Parkway, I-iiiielton. LOOK Island, New York. YOU ARK NOTIFIED a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you in the above cause, and you are required to serve a cop) of : your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney : and file th -iginnl In the ofl • of the ''lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the ::isi day of Mav. 1950: [otherwise the allegations of said Kill oi Complaint will bo taken as confessed by you. -May 2nd,' I960. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court. (( ucuit Court Seal) By: C. R. WILSON. I'' puty clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT. Attorney for Plaintiff, 92" Lincoln Road, Miami Leach, Florida. 5/3-12-19-26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION !N THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 132479. MAX S LEVIN, Plaintiff, vs. SARA K LEVIN, Defendant. To: SARA K. LEVIN <\o -Mrs. Riva Cordero 25 Bast Mosholu Parkway Apartment 2-D. Bronx, New York. You. SARA K. LEVIN,-are hereby notified that a Kill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a cony of your An.-wer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorneys, Genel A Genet, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 5th day of June. 1950, If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against vou for tho relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once each week for lour consecutive weeks in the Jewish Flori.liaii. DONE and ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this :! day of Mac AD. 1950. E. B. l.KATHKRMAN. clerk, Circuit Court, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN lili: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE "'OUNTY FLORIDA. -IN CHANCERY, No! EDWARD A ill.VXN, Plaintiff, vs. 'LORENCE QLYNN. Defendant. To: FLORENCE GLYNN, 30 Locust Hill Avenue, Yonkeis. New York. TOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the bill of complaint on the plaintiff's atti v. and file the original answer in tha office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2 day of June. I960, in the above entitled cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED this 2 day of Mav. l'jjo E. B. LEATHERMAN, ci.rk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seali By YVM. XV. STOCKING, _„.Deputy Clerk. EMANUEL LBVENSON, Attorney for Plaintiff, tiiiT Biscayne Building, Miami 82, Florida. 5/5-12-19-26 _^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF PI/OKI DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. -IN CHANCERY, No. 132353. ROJE SLOTZ, Plaintiff, vs. MOSES BLOTZ, Defendant TO: MR. .MOSES SLOTZ R. D. No. 1 Bos 27.", West Albany. Newr York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFED that a Kill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Kill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, and filo the original Answer In the office of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I before the 29th clay of May, I960, In I default oi which, the Kill ..f Complaint I will be taken as confessed against vou. DONE and ORDERED at Miami. Dade Count)', Florida, Ibis 2Mb dav of April, 1950. E. K. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of til. (Circuit Court Seal) B) W'M. YV. LEO SHE1NER Attoi ney for Plaintiff 1204-05 Pacific Ituilding Miami 32, Florida I'lion. : 52-7674. 5/5-12-19-26 Circuit Court S'l'l ICKINC. D. putj clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKREKY ISIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under the fictitious nan.of CHEF' FOODS at 2317 N.W. Tth Avenue, Miami, intends to register .-aid name \\ t.ii the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County, Florida. i :• d.l l-RICH Cl dtl'i 'RATION By Audre) Esther Goldflnger Vice President :., 5-12-19-26 6 u i Circuit Dade Court S-all By R. QENET & GENET 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 5 5-12-19 26 i '.unity, Florida. H KICK. JR.. Deputy Clerk. IN CHANCERY: NC • vBlNOWE PHILIP .Ii IDI ivioil, JoDoVlCH, -by for I UP JODOVH3H. (29 Ash;'; \oiikers. N ,. u ropk "'.."''I that a Kill of "ivorco has been filed ",„''"' .You are required In %  '' %  „'•',, y,,ul Answer or he Bill of Complaint .„ %  '" %  S vl ',"'i" ,V MAX "• n'd" ill' .".''' B ul><>lnB, Miami. ," t by default will be Wi. -.... i Complaint. Nh „,' RDERED at .Miami. "•'I day of May, A.D. attorney, and file the t of the circuit June 9th, 1930. ..... Florida, this l> day of .Mav, A.D. 1950. i: K LEATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court of the Elevi nth Judicial Circuit, in and for Dade Countv, Florida. (Circuit c.uirt Seal) By \YM. \Y. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. PA1.I.OT. SILVER. TATHAM ,& WAYNE Attorneys for Plaintiff 11214-1!" Congress Building | Miami. Florida .-.'12-19-20 6/2 To this 'V'^I-KATIIKRMAN. clerk. Circuit Court, Court Seal) '"""' y F, '"' i '" 1 l:v WM. xv. BTOCKING, SILVER ''.puty Clerk. 11,-26 1,|a n,lff NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the iindei'siuned, desiring I" engage In business under the fictitious name pi ASBURY APARTMENTS at ..41 &.V> 4th Av.nue. Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GEOROK STI NE LII.LIi: STONE la U'lS STONE SARAH K. STONE EI.RV STONE ... mm Congress Building. M:.mil Fla. Attorney for GEORGE STONE. I.ILLIK STONE, LOUIS STONE and SARAH K. STONE 5/5-12-19-26 NYDER, Defendant. : JOSEPH SNYDER, c ,. i ioodman. N;I Bleeker street. New York City, New York. Yor ARE NOTIFIED a Kill Complaint for divorce habeen against you in the above cause you arc required to serve a cop) your .\n.-w.r on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original In the office of the ci.rk of the Circuit Court on or before the 29th day of May, 1950: otherwise the allegations of -aid BUI of Complain! will be taken aconr< --. i by you. May 1st, 1950, %  :. K. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. • Circuit Court Seal) By W.M. W. STOCKING, l >eputy ciurk. JACK A. ABBOTT, Attorney for Plaintiff, !<27 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida. :, 5-12-19-26 f filed nid of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Colographic Press at 355 N. E. 59th Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I.ITIIO PKKSS, INC PRANK !•:. SOLOMON Attorney for Applicant I 28 5/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in businc-s under the fictitious nam. of SUN CITY VINTNERS, at 690 N.W. 13th Street. Miami. Florida, and at 12260 N.E. 13th Court, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK HAROLDF COYLE ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA MILLER ROSE BLANK KRAMER MARION FREHL1NG MICHAEL BLANK JEROME IiLANK MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN AI torne).for Applicants 5/5-12-19-26 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY .11"DC.K'S Cl .CRT. 1 >ADB COUNTY. FLORIDA—No. 22121. RE: E8TATE OF SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, 1 .ceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Aneillaiv Admlnlstrator, C.T.A. of the estate of SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, deceased; and that on the 29 da) of May, 1950, will apply to the Honorable w. F. BLANTON, c ty Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge aAncillary Administrator, C.T A. of the Will of SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, deceased, This 2Mb day of April, 1950. MAX R. SILVER. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Ancillary Administrator, C.T A. .-., 5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Craftwood Products at 27.-. N.W. 27th St., intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court f I iade C.mnty, Florida. ROBERT L. SHNAYERSON Owner 5/5-12-19-26 6/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMR LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in busim ss under the fictitious name of Green Trading Co, at 586 North Miami Avenue, Intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. MILToN IRVING GREEN Owner MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 4 28 .-,',"1-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKRKKY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to ens business under the fictitious nam, ..l MARI.1N FXJCIPMENT CO. (not Inc.) at 2011 Calais Drive, Miami Beach, Intend to register said name wit.li the clerk of the Circuit Court oi Dado County, Florida. BERN \KD RODINS M \i:v II RoDINS GEORGE I. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Applicants 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. 5/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to eng business under the fictitious name of Johannes 1 Talrars & Dry Cleaners at ll in West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN ABRAMOWITZ Sole i iwner MYERS. HEIMAN .^ KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 5/6-12-19.26 i ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridlan solicits your legal notices. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN vJewistncridian %  Leo Osheroff Wins Israeli Fellowship Two University of Florida students. Leo Osheroff of Miami Beach,,and Herbert Sohn of Jf sonville, were awarded Israeli Fellowship to Israt I, accordin an announcemenl made folio the annual 9pring session if the Southern Zionist Youth Commission held in Jacksonville Sum The Jacksonville Zionist x Commission, headed by Mrs. Maurice Cherry, awarded a S500 fellowship to Sohn and the Florida and Southeast! rn R< gions of Hadassah made a similar award to Osheroff. Both y men will devote a year's servici to the Zionist movement upon their return to the South. Osheroff is the immediate past president of the Southern Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America Region and is graduating from Law School at the University of Florida this summer. Sohn is the newly elected president of the Southern Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America Region, and past president of the Southern Young Judaea Region and is one of the outstanding young Zionists in the South. fWDAY.MAY, Revamping Florida Bar John T. Wigginton, Tallahassee attorney, recently began the history-making revamping of the Florida Bar, following his election to the presidency of the Florida State Bar Association at the croup's convention in Ormond Beach. Tiie association was dissolved nt the meet and the new Florida Bar, authorized by the supreme court of Florida and requiring ev< ry practicing lawyer and judge to join, was begun. John Allison of Tampa :s president-elect. Wigginton's lead for the top job resulted from his long and successful efforts to modernize the rules for civil lawsuits, recently adopted by the suprtmc court. James Biutr, City headed the com",. 0 I successful^ nchH^l, ratedbar; a rth e V n e eV^ nrganizahon is ca n'7 fo 25th Anniversa CUSTOM TAILOR 25 Years of Service I the World's M 0 Distinctive Client 1140 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 Official presentation of the first Florida state copy of the book. -A Measure of Freedom." was made in Ft. Laudsrdale to American Legion officials in connection with the state American Legion convention. Shown at the presentation ceremony in Temple EmlnC El are (1. to r.) Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida reg.ona ofTice Antt Defamation League: Rabbi MariusHanson. sp.ri.ua leader of Temple Emanu-El and Ft. Lauderdale ADL chairman. Florida State Legion Commander Maxwell Wells of Orlando; and Ft. Lauderdale Legion Commander Frank C. Gniotio. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT Miami's One %l. Workshop Slated For May 21 Miami, will deliver A one-day Anti-Defamation ( Univers Leg, shop will be held Wedn< sday, Maj 24. at the SorH %  • tan B'nai tid the A F R I the princi] %  n, D n Pu Mrs. Albert Moss F %  v. %  %  %  %  f Fr< B V ; y, nov Workshop To Present "What's In A Name" Radio Workshop for Democracy, a community wide dramatic w, ekly live radio series on human • nts "What's In A bj Sidney Vincent, in its latest | •turday, May 20, I 7 15 p.m. %  WMIE %  I B Honey t, Wil1 M. J. Berliner, i tnei : th Fl 11 ida n Thi progiai • Marx, • %  '. th Hul • ing 0 chnical advisei. Great "Your ... Fat Cannon bpeaks Pot Connon was principal will be an ad 0 speaker at the annual dinner of the Amvets Robert Richter Post Purp .-hop is to No. 11 at the Shelborne Hotel films, recently. gram aids Edward A. Turville. Amvets available for combatting bigotry state commander, voted by the and ad\ good human relaSt. Petersburg Junior Chamber of tions Discussion panels will be Commerce as St. Petcrburg's held on problems, both local and "most outstanding young man," nal. confronting American spoke on "Americanism." It nocracy todav. I Other speakers included Post Sessions will'start at 10 a.m Commander Nat Pollack. Police „nd the entire workshop will be C hlcf Simpson. and_ Councilman And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS' Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Serving the JeJ Community Sinai Exclusive Dealenl ROCK oil!! 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 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 SLNDAY FRO V. 10 AM. TO % %  MO\ WED. A\D FRI. FROM 1 P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. concluded at 3:30 p.m.. with luncheon at noon. Mrs. Peter Glazer. metropolitan women's ADL chairman, is arranging the workshop. Mrs. Sam sdver is serving as for the town area, and Mrs Si mour Satin is coi thi Beach a Rt serva'ions for 1 may be made at 1 la ADL ffice, 330 Sevbold BIT.: ling, ti l< 3-6306. Marcie Liberman. Mayor Harold Turk and District Commandei Ricardello were among the guests GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERMG IREATERI mm MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milkj PHONE 5-5537 RcElect ...at your Electric Dealer's: REDDY KILOWATT'S new booklet of Helpful FLORIDA M 'J SEE YOUR DEALER TT FOR A FREE ^^ ,/DEMONSTRATION! RX. Hints about *g\ Mi 0$IOff What to expect in the new sets, where to put them, how to arrange rooms for best viewing, proper room lighting & other useful information. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY GRANT STOCKDALE TO Legislature "THE MAN WITH A SPLENDID PUBLIC SERVICE RECORD" iie Sure To Vote On Tuesday, 3iay W Adv \



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[AY, MAY 19, 1950 asure Of Freedom' Widely Acclaimed *Jenisti Meridian tontinuccl from Page 14) [the strength, quality, dynaleadership and — most | the public acceptance made it an awesome and leninu power in the 1920s," I, Instead, buffeted without by an aroused and ijzed Southern populace and ti rnally by jackals. rrent Kian has become little than a poor-paying racket gang ol confidence men." iv in Georgia, where the b-unii system of voting still Bed i! 'ith a local political ;c. d;k.skill disturbances began as anti-Corn murust protests and spilled ov into anti-Negro and anti-Semitic demonstrations. Whatev sequence of group or class hatred the end result was an extension on American soil-at this late date of thc Hitler '^ fa sejy equating Jews with Communists, a scapegoating of the Negro minority and a serious nvasion of civil liberties." Other major findings of the survey include: nASTS W -7" e fewer ex P'-essions ?Qq .h^ emi, M m m Congress in 1849 than m th. preceding y ar But four members of ConK continued to exhibit their hostUlty qi n Wa p d th e J ^ wish community J "A Pa1 '^cCarran (D-Nev ) and Reps. Ed Gossett (D-Tex ) ?u e D Ho f fman (R-Mich.) and John Rankin (D-Miss.) h„ 2 'J here WaS a eom P'ete default Si 9 ongres 1 on civil r 'ghts legislation pledged by both major political parties during the last Presidential campaign. Legislative campaigns on the state level however, were more successful and the number of states with fair employment practice laws increased from four to eight, I~u g \ on 0l "gon, New Mexico and Knode Island having enacted such legislation in 1949. The effectiveness of fair employment and fair educational practices laws, particularly in those states where the law inJdes strong enforcement provisions, is supported by a of polls and tests conducted in conjunction with the survey In PEPC states -.he incidence of dio crimination was much K thSn among states without protective among he 'covered" states than was before laws were enacted. s. Although college student o Tuoirsv-r s "u ,iKly SS d scrim in m s """ and othei aiscr minatory techniques were I n y i r" V "'; ,m F !" An^er" an colfcges for the purpose of jm.tin or barring JagS* on £*=,£? f r ace ;mcl religion Jf^ajon of application blinks •losoi ,nf al a : ts ***** disim .. Ve .'' 92 Der cen contained at least one "potentially discriminatory" inquiry, that J a question which has no value in S'r'"'"I an "WUnfi sehola t,,H C !. d •'"' ; 'P lil "de, but instead is designed to reveal his SS&.S?^ 00 or the M na! ongin of his parents. tinn f £ vorablc "Pect of this situaof co?W Ver J S ,hat a inference min? ge educator s and adnf "hJ rators Under the auspices of the American Council of Eduenni 'f V ack nowl ^ged the existence of quotas In und/rgraduate graduate and professional schools! More than 100 of the nation's leadmg educators conferred in Chicago last November to organaL£2£ by Which the alleges themselves would tackle the problem of eliminating discriminatory quotas. still 'SfS*,, discrim ination U StiJJ shamefully widespread," deruW^K 1 ^ 49 Supreme Court S g hv wh ch outlawed enforcement by the courts of racial or ie lgious restrictive covenants. Many real estate operators and ven?n OPm ^ lbU,!de,S;i t( i 1 cumventing the m| ,, nl of t decision with "loophole manuver£& e forced Shettoization of minority groups, with its over2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S PAGE NINETEEN crowding and deterioration of segregated areas and its dfacto segregated schools and recreational facilities, has created serious problems of crime, juvenile delinquency, community tensions, racial and religious disharmony and other unsocial social practices. 5 Mass media in the United states, particularly radio, and press and the magazine field, hav snown a greater awareness of the ne-,d for publicizing human relations activities. There was I Breater number of dramatic radii shows and published articles and notion stories devoted to intergroup harmony than at any time since the war years. 6. With the exceptions of the Professional Golfers' Association, and the American Bowling Con| gress. both of which bar Negroes professional sports are relatively! free of racial or religious dis-1 crimination. The rules that apply to business govern professional games which have a mass market Most American sport spectators frown on prejudice and discrimination and promoters are happy to move in the direction of that public sentiment. Whatever discrimination does exist is not typical of the sport itself but reflect* the BOCial climate of a region. Social attitudes in collegiate sports g< n. rally reflect the attitudes ol the colleges. Amateur sports, however, which are an integral part of a community's social activities, have a wholly different sel of values. Tennis, yachting, golf and names which attract a select few are burdened by snobbery and dominated by the social attitudes of that element which can afford sports as an expensive diversion. To duement and analyze the mass of data collected for its survey, the Anti-Defamation League utilized the research facilities of I thirty-five regional offices and cooperating Jewish community councils scattered throughout the nation. Fifty persons worked on the project, including pollster Elmo Roper and his associate. Dr Julian Woodward, who conducted several of the scientific inquiries that are a part of the ADL survey. 1**k*ssszrZwZL" n ai B ritn a nd Arn id F rster Altornev rf r ? ed l om/ P res n the first copy of that I survev ^ 22u& .£ H Ward McGrath The book is the Ltion iLm, anil ; S J, mi ? 1Sm in lh U. S.. made by the Anti|d rector A, e .H "5? B '" th f which Mr Fors er is Civi l I Herman wf presen at,on < *" Mr. McGrath's office, are. VumeT Lutf "l*'Washin ^on representative of ADL Krnw r" al f h a ,rman 0f the ADL Civi > Rights Com^'orn^y^eneral McGrath; Frank Goldman; Mr. Forster. 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PAGE TWENTY fjenisfi flcrtdfi^r raiDAY^ MAY u RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Temple iiraei (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services at 8:15. I>r Kaplan will conduct the service* and speak ••ii "I'nlty In Diversity." Saturday morning services .it l! n_.ni. Confirmation service Sunda> at • :: p.m. with 10 conflrmands inking part. Shavuos memorial service Monday at ll a.m. Jewish Community Center (Conservalive). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: Early Friday services ai 6 10 Late Friday services at 8:15. Rabbi Hpnlg %  will speak "ii "Has There Been a I ost War Revival .if the Synagogue Saturday morning services .it :30. RaUM will preach on the Weekl) Portion or tli-' Law. Sunday morning religious school at l" with showing "f a film. Sunday evening at %  Shavuos services, conducted t Rabbi Htinlg. Sundown ,,,, Sunday. Monday morning and evening and Tuesda> morning. Yiscor Tuesday at 10:80 a.m. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Rabbi Ranson "ill conduct the service and preach. Th.public a Invited. Hebrew school al th temple Saturday .it %  • a.m. Religious scnooi Sunday al :45. Mvami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12lh Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8 80 Sal rdas morning al 9. Bar Mlttvah ..f Errol, son "i Mr. and Mrs l^ewls HI iFriends and ilatives are Invited I-attend the cerrimiii) and the ,,-. ptlon follnwli M Mishna :it !>:30 followed i-> Mlm-hii, Shalos Kudos and Miirriv l-in.il Sunday school at l" a.m. Shavuos servlc. Sun la) -it 8 JO p.in Monday morning al '.' a.m Kai-i.t Vprll "111 speak on "Revelation and Mincha al 8 M Tuesda %  morning al :• V oi al U I Ml icha at 6 80 %  ,. m t>all) servlei SO H a n enlng seivli es .it S:15 Ru ibl Kronish III si ik on Pu K,llt„i ., \Sal irda) morning servi. Alan Rusnak III become Bar Mluvah. Shavuos confirmation servioi Sund I) e> enlng .it • %  > -" : .., vl es Monda) ..t 10 13 •> %  Congregation Beth David (Conservative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services at 6:30. Services Saturday morning at %  • %  Bs Mitxvah .-f Sell. son "t Mi and Mrs Aaron Hay-den Sen ce* ..,., .: .. n ll "The Sabbath Repast" with ;i fllsc-ussion ol tin ethics ,,f our fath< rs eil b) Rabb Shai li Student Congregation "ill hold Its services with adults Hebrew school i 'losing • xi • -•"i s indas %  nflrmatlon exi n Ises Sun i I) even us r. '' srll 26 students pai tic 8h ivuos -, %  vices Monda) and Tui sda) morn. ,%  • a m Thi theme foi dls. us.... will be "A 11 Fight tlscoi Tuesda) • Rabbi Shapiro "ill ,... .. h on "A Message From the be id Dall) s. •%  • %  ; %  n and Ml ha ind Maai v at 6 i Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Mincha Friday 6:4."i. Ka Shabbat it T u n Satuid* nlni ices SO Rabbi Ever will spi .,M ••( irganisatlon At S i will lecture on "The Eth %  ol the Fathers." Mincha :it 6 13 followed b) Sholos Seduos Zmiras and remarki bv guests. Maarl^ follows Dall) Hebrew school Monda) through Thursda) ai 8:80. Dally !.i>s In Mishna afl in, rnlng services. Class in Jewish cus* toms and laws l.ef..re Mincha and Mi irlv services. Dally services :>t I a.m. and 6:43 u m Sha\ uo Sunday at 6:45 p.m. Quest Cantoi Julius Rosensteln II offii late at services Monda) and Tuesda) at I a.m. and 6:4'. p.m Rabbi Ever's theme for Monday morning will be "la Torah :i Religion?" Ylskor Tuesda) at 10 SO The rabbi "ill speak on "Spiritual Strength." TTereih Israel Conoreaation ol Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Friday ('veiling servi.es at 8:15 p.m.: Saturday 9:30 .. m. with Mincha at > All residents In that area are nvlted to attend. Norlhside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd SI. Cantor Is;..., 8 Smith II officiate al services Friday ev< sun.lav school i lasses every Sunday it the office of Dr. Win Boros, 655 N W 62nd St. Hebrew classes rectlon "f Rev. Philip Fried at 6" %  N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and Thursday from t" 1 u.m N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 %  .o'clock. .... Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. \i ., n li es l'i Iday evening the rabbi will speak ..ii "Jewish Anti-Sen Shavuos services Monday at n "i' yiscor Rabbi Maun will preach on "The l.ega< s ol the i >ead. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Frlda) night services al : Saturday morning at Dally service! at Congregation toung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Service Frlda) night at 6: Saturday night at Mincha services f,.ll..e.i by Shalos Seudos. Services Monda) to Thursday S a m and o 30 p m AH young Is ... II embers In the area are invit.-,] tc attend North Daae Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Frlda) evening services al 8:15. Saturday morning services at ,, ,„. in the chattel. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St. Miami Beach. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Suturda) sen .. es at %  • %  m. Congregation beth Ttilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening Ben-Ices al 6:30 Saturday morning at 8:3(1 The rabbi ill preiii h on Porl • ol thi Week At 5:13 p.m. Rabbi Rackovsk) will speak "ii "Ethl< a of the Fal followed b) Minolta ..t 5:43 Shalos Seudos and Maarh Shavuos services Sunda) evening 6:3: Monda) morning .,i to The rabbi "ill speak "ii "Do W, Expei I or Reject?" Tuesda) morning services II t s :30, Rabbi Rm kovsky w ill speak on "i >ur i li tlon." Vi-. ,T :.i 10 30 a.m. I % alls sei \ %  Ices 7:J0 a in. followed by rl— Mlshna M I hn services at 6:30 f• -1 lowed on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays by class in Laws and Cus..n,i on Monda)s and Wedm -lavs i.. last ii Jew isli Legends • %  Tali u. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantoi Jacob Y. Goldring. IJISI Frlda) evening services for the 19-30 season, dedicated to the Ji wish War Veterans Rabbi l..-lii iiK.n will preach on "The Sever Koi-Kotten." Commander Albert E. I Osslp and 1th Regional Vice Commaded H) Ian H Kout wll participate. Saturday morning services at 9 The rabbi will preach on the Weekl) • the i..i" Bar Mluvah "f I Stewart Leslie, son ->t' Mr. and Mrs Harr) S Sernd) First day of Shavuos, ,n.l Tuesdav morning at %  • %  • %  > % %  %  yiSfeor Tuesday at 10:30 a.m ;-,,„ i Jacob Rubin, of New 5 „in chani ror all Shavuos •"*>*• All friends are Invited to attend. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph W. Malek: Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Rabbi Skop will apeak on "When and lews Fight Back," apre-Shavuos „„ n uneg ShBbbat following „.,vl %  in the patio. Saturda) %  m. Bar Mluvah Stanley Itlumin and Dann) Rosser. Toran ,l ,d> ..'i l Klddush. Sun.lav religious -.},...,: assembly at 10 a.m with •Punnets on Jewish Holiday Parade, written bv Mesdames Skot.. Bargtell Olaxii Moy •of the various .... of the school year will be show n by Joseph Kovi n Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Prldav evening services at 6:30 p.m Snturda'v morning s. -rvi.es ..80 Rabbi Orauer iil speak on the I or• i..n ,.f the Week Jr Cpng at in vi %  • hn ..i 6 13 followed b) Shu oa Shudos Daily ser> Ices a m and R, glous school da : %  H North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive. Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. S| eclal Shavuos services beginning with Frlda) evening at 8:13. Rev, !•• • n i:i speak on "Spli Itual sing ,. ir Rei eatlonal Programs • >n Sun! .1.,. evening Shavuos sen ces it -:i... I R. v Fried's topic "ill be "I nlted, : Even the \\'.-..k Become Powei I i | The \.-li. r famlh 111 i elebi iti the birthday ("lsti of their father with an ,. ..... v nto> Monday morning service ..i 9:13 followed by children's sen ,i ii .-,.. yiscor Tuesda) at l" o". lot k j Rev. Philip Fried will officiate. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening aervleea at 8:80 Saturday morning at 8:80 Inter .ii,,-,. Cong at '• a in. Mincha at *:•!" followed by Shalos Sudos. Shavuos services Sun.lay at 7 p.m Monday and Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. and Monday evening at 8:45.0n Monday Rabbi I Mescheloff will speak "ii "Words Without End:" on Tuesday, "Stones from a Sacred .Mountain." Yiscor Tuesday 10:30 a.m. DELICIOUS ...and SALT-FREE! 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Creation Date:
May 19, 1950

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 19, 1950

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01163

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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fewiisltUEIIiOinidliigup
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
5LUME
E 23NUMBER 20
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
per Kenamed
r federation
wideney
A xpected that William
|jng( would be re.-elected
: the Greater Miami
kh i Icration at its annual
ng conducted Thurs-
18, as The Jewish
:: to press.
inated for office by
ng committee, of
R. Stein is chair-
Jacob Sher,
.lent; Jack Ablin,
i Gardner, Abraham
I Dan Rusk in, Herbert
fs vice presidents; Mrs.
secretary; Joseph
li: isurer; Sam Blahk,
I nd, Moses Ginsberg.
I :. L. Mintzer, Stan-
[( \ Orovitz, Joseph
; Monte Selig, Harry
\ 'i R. Stein, Carl
|j: !i Ziskind, trustees.
I], be discussed at the
| bo the following
i(,,,l ndments to the
I n i by-laws: to increase
|i r of trustees; to exclude
Uees from automatic member-
^ on the executive committee;
|c- e the standing commit-
Kcluding the rating and
Kew committee and adding a
r en multiple appeals
by-laws.
Bber officers and annual re-
tts will appear in next week's
ish Floridian.
Jewish Home For Aged Purchases New H
ome
acl Invited
Attend l>
nit Meetings
JEL AVIV, (JTA)The U.N.
Btine Conciliation Commis-
has invited the Israel gov-
ment to send delegates to
(-sponsored talks with the
lb states which will start in
leva on May 23, it was reli-
li .nned here this week,
filar invitations have been sent
Ihc Arab states.
invitations proposed that
brenccs over a proposed peace
kement should be discussed in
lializeci sub-committees. An
lei Foreign Office spokesman
that the Cabinet will considei
Invitation this week and that
teply has as yet been sent to
ICoik illation Commission.
The buildings pictured amidst the palms and shrubbery will
be occupied by residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged as
soon as a dining room, two kitchens and an infirmary are con-
Purchase ol Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 52nd St.,
a six-acre tract containing four groups of buildings, by the
Jewish Home for the Aged has been officially announced by
Judge Harold B. Spaet, president of the home. The new site was
bought from Dr. Louis Stern for a total of $210,000______________
Judge Spaet announced that the |
home will move into its new | known Chicago architect, who
has served as consultant for
strucled. The new site, Douglas Gardens, is located at N.E. 2nd
Ave. and 52nd St.
quarters as soon as a dining room,
two kitchens and an infirmary
are constructed. Estimated cost
for erecting these facilities is in
the neighborhood of $200,000, he
said.
Plans and specifications for
these buildings are being drawn
by Gilbert Fein, local architect,
and Isadore Loewenberg, well
numerous Jewish homes for the
aged.
Upon completion of these struc-
tures, the home will accommodate
100 elderly Jewish people. Event-
ually the institution will be able
to take care of 250 persons.
Until the institution has
reached its maximum capacity.
Imonhoff To Tour Foreign Soil;
wish Floridian Columnist To Write
hind-the-Scene Observations
Simonhoff, Jewish
pi in eolumnist, is making
Jarations to leave for an ex-
five tour of Europe, Israel, and
libly India.
pionhoff, a former member of
South Carolina legislature,
fney at law and pioneer resi-
"f Miami, will leave New
on the Mauretania on June
|e plans to visit Ireland. Scot-
Norway, "Sweden, Finland,
irk, Holland, Belgium, West
inany and France.
ipping several weeks in
he intends to proceed to
n". thence to Istanbul.
Dnhoffs next destination will
pael, and, if possible, he will
[V stops in Salonika, Smyrna,
^s, Crete and Cyprus. Since
as no special time limit in
1 ish state, the length of his
there will be governed by
accommodations available
1S the heavily crowded
mer season.
jithout making definite plans
further journey Simonhoff
sntemplating a flight from
to India.
Jlumnist Simonhoff will con-
to write his weekly articles
rne Jewish Floridian during
rravels.
Harry Simonhoff
Middle East Not Major
Topic In London Talks
LONDON, (JTA)The Middle
East situation was a "very quiet
backwater" during the Big Three
Foreign Ministers meeting which
ended last week, it was learned
here this week.
The Middle East question did
not constitute a specific item on
the conference agenda, an au-
thoritative source revealed, al-
though it was reviewed within
the framework of the world sit-
uation. He also stated that during
the discussion in preparation for
the forthcoming parley of the
North Atlantic Pact powers no
mention was made of a new Med-
iterranean grouping.
The same source indicated that
the Middle East situation was
considered at the bilateral Anglo-
American talks which preceded
the Big Three meeting. However,
he did not disclose any of the
details of the talk between Sec-
retary of State Dean Acheson and
Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin.
the dining rom will be so con-
structed that half of it will be
used for recreation purposes. At
some future time a recreation
hall is planned.
The infirmary will be divided
into two sectionsone for bed-
ridden cases which require rest
and nursing; the other for acute
cases. The former section will be
composed of four two-bedroom
wards for men and four two-
bedroom wards for women, while
the latter will be made up of two
four-bedroom wards for men and
a like number for women.
Both the dining room and in-
firmary will be air conditioned.
The present site of the home,
342 S.W. 12th Ave., has been
fqund completely inadequate to
meet the needs of the community,
according to Leo Allen, director
of the home. There is not room
for expansion and the total bed
complement of the institution is
only 38. There are more applica-
tions for admission than there
are residents in the home, he re-
vealed.
On November 6 of last year, in
connection with the sixth anni-
versary of the home, the first
phase of a community campaign
to raise $300,000 for the construc-
tion of a new home was launched.
Milton S. Malakoff, public rela-
tions director of Federation, was
loaned to the home as campaign
director. During this phase of
the drive, 118 people pledged
$185,386 for an average pledge
of $1,571.
This money was raised by
means of two dinners. The first
was held at the Sorrento Hotel
on November 6 and was part of
an "Honor the Aged Week" cere-
mony which was initiated by the
campaign director. The second
I was held November 22 at the
' Robert Richter Hotel under the
i joint chairmanship of Mr. and
[Mrs. Jake Sher. Miss Polly Lux
! and Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
Vice chairmen of this campaign
were Sidney Bernbaurn, Irving
Frankcl and Joseph Gardner.
Others who served on the steering
: committee were Jacob Sher, Max
Orovitz, Carl Weinkle, Harry
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Norman Bruce Brown Honor Guard
Will Conduct Memorial Day Rites
The Honor Guard of the Norman Bruce Brown Post. Jewish
War Veterans, will conduct its annual Memorial Day observance
on Sunday, May 28, at 10:30 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetary, according
to Obbie Rosenthal, post commander.
As in former years the guard will visit graves of all veterans of
Jewish descent in the area and-will place American flags thereon.
Services, however, will be held only at Mt. Nebo, where Department
Commander Hy M. Morris will give a short talk. Others who will
participate in the rites are Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the
Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, and Jack Silver,
chaplain of the post. The firing of three volleys and the blowing of
taps will conclude the service.
Newly elected officers of the honor guard are Kenneth Braid-
man,, captain;. Imrich. Eichenbaum.. lieutenant;. Jack .Regal,
quartermaster; Sidney Horn, finance officer; Seymour Scherer.
adjutant.


PAGE TWO
vjewidh HertafiaWJ
State Zionist Convention To Be
Held In Miami Beach On May 28
National, regional and local
Zionist leaders are expected to
attend the annual conference of
the Florida ZOA to be held at the
Delano Hotel in Miami Beach all
day Sunday. May 28. according
to Murray Goodman of Miami
Beach, convention chairman.
Pioneer Women Hold
Mother's Day Party
Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach held a Mother's
Day celebration Saturday night
at Harfenist Restaurant.
Mrs. Celia Rubin of Norfolk.
meetings to deal with each of
these subjects exhaustively.
The conference will be preceded
on Saturday evening. May 27. by Va., was chosen honorarj mother
a meeting of the administrative and was presented with a corsage
committee of the Southeastern by Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. Rabbi
Region ZOA. Immediately follow- Max Shapiro, guest speaker, pre-
ing this, there will be a reception.
The gathering will discuss plans honoring Ben R. Winick, regions
president, who will be one of the
principal speakers at the closing
dinner of the conference.
Registration of delegates will
begin on Sunday at 9 a.m. and
the sessions will start with a
...... ^ "! break fas: at 9:30. At the breakfast
19 llH'l I lis*;ills the delegates and their wives will
^ gfcsTtfS* am I ^e welcomed by Chairman Good-
* 1PIII* ~^ | man and other Miami area hosts.
New officers of the Student Thereafter committee assignments
f r expansion and take up specific
proposals as to the role which
the ZOA should play in assisting
the State i i Israel, as well as its
functions on the American scene.
There will be seminars and panel
sented JNF certificates to Mrs.
Cilia Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Rubin and Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Shedroff. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Marcus received Sefer Hayeled
and Bar Mitzvah certificates in
honor of their grandchildren.-
Participants in the musical por-
tion of the program were Mrs.
Mollv Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Dorff and Mrs. Zelda Lieb-
man
Council of the B'nai B'rith Hillei
Foundation at the University of
Miami were installed Wednesday
at nn informal supper, sponsored
and arranged by the Coral Gables
B'nai B'rith Won,, n
Dr. Donald D. Michelson, di-
rector of the Hillei Foundation,
gave the charge to the new of-
ficers, who are: Bernard JaflV.
president. Bob Smallman. vice
president; Rhoda Eckerman, rec-
ording secretary: Enid Minsk,
corresponding secretary: and Bob
Newman, treasurer.
A feature of the ceremonies
was the presentation of the
c veted Hillei Service Keys to
"outstanding Hillei members."
Keys '.. re given I i the following,
outgoing officers: Louis Rosen-
:, presidi nl; Marty Liebling,
gident: Marilyn Hochman.
tary: Ella Wesler-
responding secretary:
Fred Gold, treasurer. In addition.
ki were iwarded to Bob Small-
man and Rhoda Eckerman.
will be made and the committees
will meet all morning.
Dr. Sidney Marks, executive di- New bummer FOllCy
Program Inaugurates
rector of the ZOA. will speak a'.
the luncheon on "Why ZOA To-
day?"
Seymour B. Liebman, formerly
ZOA field staff coordinator will
conduct a panel discussion on
district programming following
lunch. Adalbert Freedman. re-
Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour
has inaugurated a policy of live
talent for summer programs, to
be heard over station WTTT from
1 to 1:30 p.m. on Friday and from
10 to 11 a.m. on Sunday.
Participating in Sunday's pro-
gional ZOA director, will lead the | gram will be Joseph Schreibman,
discussion on leadership training pianist and composer: Norman R.
techniques.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be the public relations seminar,
chaired by I. R, Goodman, vice
president of the Southeastern
ZOA region. This will be followed
by a business session at 4 p.m.
Concurrently with the business
meeting, there will be a special
session for the newly organized
Young Zionist Districts in Florida.
Lyons. Jewish newscaster: and a
guest cantor from New York City.
with Gilbert Rappaport as chair- I dlen against sex criminals.
Also honored at the rites were
Mrs. Ida Optner and Walter
Kovner, who were presented
keys. Mrs. Optner. recently in-
ducted as president of the Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Women, has
always been closely identified
with university student activities
man. Discussion leader will be
Hyman Pomerantz. director ex-
' tension activities. Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
The closing dinner will be held
at 7 p.m. In addition to Winick's
address there will be a musical
p: igram, I. R. Goodman will be
toastmaster.
Working with Murray Good-
man on convention plans are I.
The association, through Robeii
Riley. secretary, wired rongratu-
lations to Stockdale for "states-
r.u.nslike determination."
Other groups urging more strin-
gent laws against molesters of
children include the Dade County
Council of the Parent Teacher
Association and the Department
of Florida of the American
Legion.
The PTA council asked laws
requiring psychiatric treatment
for sex offenders. The Legion, at
and has devoted many years to- j R- Goodman. Alex Van Straaten
ward furthering the work of David C. Goodman, Melvin
Hillei at the University of Miami. I Richardson, S. A. Goodman and,.
Kovner, president of the Hillei Rabbi Isadore H. Shoulson. acting hV midwlnTe"r"conference in Jack-
Advisory Council, was given his executive director of the Miami sonville, urged indeterminate sen-
award inrec gnition of "his lead- area membership drive. tences for pei.sons convicted of
ership in the community toward,1 District presidents throughout; the offense.
widening the scope of participa-1 *he state are urged to send in
the list of delegates, alternates
and their wives immediately so
that the committee may be able
to make adequate preparations
and reservations for the various
functions.
t n of B'nai B'rith in Hillei af-
I Kovner is at presi nt
! dating plans to launch a
building fund campaign to erect
a new Hillei house on ".; i
of the University of Miami. Pre-
liminary sketches of the proposed
: ling have been made and will
s n be released.
Hillei installation supper.
nnual function of the B'nai
B '.:. Women of Coral Gables.
' ; by Mrs. A
Levick an I Mrs Gert Covner.
Mes-
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Shavuos Fete Slated
A Shavuos celebration will be
held on Wednesday. May 24. at
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auspices of the Ben Gurion
Blanch of the Farband and the
n Club of Pioneer
Worn* n.
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mi Say...
viewing lhe recent campaign, political analyzers
|credited the Republican party with a full scale
L Commentators are'inclined to interpret the
at of Senator Pepper as proof of the nation's
lE towards Reaction. Nothing of the kind. Con-
ting the barrage of vindictive red baiting that
Jcred the atmosphere, it is surprising that he
Evec) the large vote he did.
Ljtive Success
L outcome of an election, like a case before the
1 j.; often the result of vituperation, prejudice,
tmpl>- falsehood. The precinct boss who rigs the
Tjt laughs up his sleeve at the highfalutin speeches
t]ijn(r lofty principles. He know that principle
[nothing to do with the result. The pet proverb
L the best man winning is equally fallacious.
Igtrongi si muscle or the best gun does not prove
worth i'i the victor. How true, alas, in politics.
osp/ii'"' of Bigotry
he election was tiie bitterest ever known in
da. A Hood of Communist recrimination was
led to< Malice and hatred ran riot. Pictures of
Iocs r< gistering peacefully unleashed the furies
In ever present race prejudice. The expression,
lorities are for Pepper" had a significant anti-
kitic twist. It was frightening to watch the fire
fanaticism gleam in the eyes of the bigots. Youth-
Ex-G.I.'s assumed the swagger and mien of Storm
opcrs. Any citizen who talked voting against
|r ex-Marine was guilty of treason. A Pepper
Jter on a car seemed an affront to ex-soldiers of
first and second world wars. Organized Labor
_ fright and apparently forgot the Taft-Hartley
v. The Grand Kleagle gloated publicly over his
ny Ku Kluxers, who are members of the A.F.L.
| voted against Pepper.
Medicos
|tor did the gentry of the medical profession act
i the unbiased rationale of their dignified calling.
btors" offices resembled political clubs. Propaganda
(tit "socialized medicine" was distributed by
+ Jenisti Hrridiri/n
PAGE THREE
The Florida Election: A Post-Mortem
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
physicians and nurses, who talked the language of
ward heelers. Of the $3,000,000 fund raised by the
American Medical Association to fight progressive
health legislation, about $100,000 is said to have
found its way into the Florida campaign. The simple
meaning of the health bill before Congress, which
provides insurance for the sick to pay doctors and
hospitals of their choosing, was twisted and distorted
into a corrupting dole designed to destroy the ef-
ficiency and high standard of American medical
science. It is computed thatt 50,000 voters were
directly swayed by the 3.000 doctors and dentists
throughout the state.
The Slush Fund
Nor was money ever spent more lavishly in any
Florida election. A multiplicity of imposing signs
wearied the motorist driving through the highways
and byways. Placards and banners cluttered the
cities. It is estimated that a million dollars, spent to
defeat Pepper, poured into the state from Republican
as well as Democratic plutocrats. Seldom were so
many free barbecues given away to debase an
electorate. Newspapers reaped a harvest from paid
advertisements. Speakers exaggerating the virtues of
one candidate while smearing the other virtually
monopolized the commercial radio. The entire Florida
press, with few notable exceptions, carried on a
barrage of abuse and vilification. People felt that if
the campaign had lasted another fortnight violence
would break out.
The Feminine Vote
In the good old davs when the dames were fighting
to obtain the ballot, there was a stock argument used
by anti-suffrage standpatters. Those salty old con-
servatives used to spoof about women voting for the
best looking candidate. The sisters used to resent
this gag as an insult to their female intelligence.
But it seems the oldtirners had something in their
bald heads. Who would for a moment doubt that at
least 25,000 Florida votes went to the young Con-
gressman because he might have made the grade
as a Hollywood matinee idol.
The Jewish Stand
The Jewish vote went to Senator Pepper by a
strong majority. A minority supported actively his
opponent. Which merely demonstrates the epigram
that Jews are like other people, only more so. It is
perhaps healthy for the Jewish vote to split. Some
local nabobs were possibly influenced by the ex-
ample of Abba Hillel Silver, who set a precedent
for Reactionaries by voting against F.D.R. Some
Jewish flunkies tried to assist the Congressman with
ridiculous devices. They hauled out "Col." Cox, a
young Miami Gentile who held down a mechanic's
job in Israel's airforce.
In a remarkable speech, the "Col." claimed
honorary citizenship in the Israeli State, a distinction
given to no one else. He "uik''s credit for transporting
30.000 Yemenite Jews, although he was in Miami
while the Magic Carpet Route was winging Jews
from Aden to Israel. He flew a light wooden plane
over Iran and spotted 1.000.000 Russian troops across
the borderevidently lined up in full formation for
his special benefit. From repairing and spying, the
boy "Col." turned diplomat and statesman. On re-
turning to the U.S., he proceeded straight to Wash-
ington. Not satisfied with the de facto status of
Israel, he turned his large abilities to procure from
the State Department the higher de jure recognition.
He drew up a memorandumand here comes the
electioneering purpose for the meetingbut Sen
Pepper paid no attention to him. He then went to
Congressman Smathers, who immediately obtained
from the government the de jure status for Israel,
something that neither Pres. Weizmann. Ben Gurion.
nor Moshe Sharett seemed to have understood. Yet
several hundred male and female yachneys applauded
this drivel and gave the phoney "Col." a rising vote
of thanks.
No, Liberalism is not lost in Florida. For the
moment, a top American Liberal was engulfed by
a tidal wave of defamation and rancorous abuse.
fate Rabbis To
leet In Tampa
the Florida Rabbinical Asso-
|tion will hold its annual state
eting. Wednesday and Thurs-
fc/. May 24 and 25, in Tampa.
fabbi Henry B. Wernick, con-
htion chairman, announces that
1 convention will open with a
eption al his home Wednesday
fening. The all day session on
lursday will center about the
fme "The Postwar Revival of
Synagogue." Various papers
|11 be read by members of tho
Delation, A Torah talk will be
bsenled by Rabbi M. Mes-
fcloff.
Luncheon and dinner will be
(fed by the board of directors
|Congregation Rodolph Sholom
Tampa. Plans including a
ntsr<-rig trip have been ar-
bged for the rabbis' wives.
The following local rabbis will
pnd the meet. Rabbis J. H.
ilan, Max Shapiro, Simon
ril. Mescheloff, I.Lehrman, L.
bnish, Morris Skop and Jacob
iig.
irdiac Home
lit To Install
n;! tion of officers of
ung | Chapter of National
wren's Cardiac Home will
{light the dinner dance to be
Sunday, May 21. at 7:30 p.m.
Ithe Bel-Aire Hotel, Miami
led.
?rs. Clementine Kemp of Dade
Ipti-i- will serve as installing
Ter. Co-chairmen of the affair
Mrs. Sam Magaziner, Mrs.
iiund Perls and Mrs. Lou
teman. Assisting them will be
l Irving Rapp and Mrs. Harold
1 ho recognized during the
T are Mrs. Arnold Rosen, pres-
ft: Mrs. Edmund Perls, first
" P Bident; Miss Lillian Kap-
st-cond vice president; Mrs.
> Magaziner, third vice presi-
t: Mrs. Howard Learner,
prding secretary; Mrs. Arthur
|san. corresponding secretary;
I- Martin Schwartz, financial
retary; Mrs. Murray Dacks,
|surer.
aard members include the
James Stanley Frankel. Lou
psman, Arthur Snyder, Simon
-snberg, Lawrence Justin,
pel Kastan, Harold Hornstein,
Ws Pohl. Mrs. Jan Jacobs is
Honorary board member.
ammittee heads include Mrs.
an Zinner, chaplain; Mrs. Irv-
lapp, hospitality and parlia-
liarian: Mrs. Frederick Miller,
'city; Mrs. Dennis Ratthaus,
Py hearts; Mrs. Harold Kam,
isportation; Mrs. Adolph Hol-
der, cards; Mrs. David Stein,
fonery; Mrs. Leslie Fairmont,
Phone; Mrs. Arthur Baida,
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Mayor William Wolfarth of Miami greets members of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, who are directing the third annual Outstanding
Citizens Awards of Dade County. Shown in photo, second from
right, is Joseph M. Lipton, president of the Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association, sponsor of this year's awards. Twenty-one
candidates have been named to date and announcement of winners
will be made Suday. May 28. at a city-wide Americanism rally in
Bayfront Park. Left to right are Sanford Swerdhn. Chairman
Louis Snetman, Mayor Wolfarth. Lipton and Joseph Rayvis.
Fri.slimaii Enters
Law Fart nor ship
Arthur Frishman, executive di-
rector and general counsel for
the Miami Beach Apartment As-
sociation, Inc., Monday resigned
from that post to enter private
law practice with W. Robert
Fokes, administrative assistant to
Sen. Claude Pepper.
Frishman, who has held the
apartment post since April, 1943
disclosed that his resignation will
be effective May 20. No successor
has been appointed.
The new partnership will es-
tablish practice at 420 Lincoln
Road. ,
Fokes, 38. is a native of Lake
City and attended University of
Florida Law School. Frishman,
42, is a native New Yorker and
a graduate of St. John's College
School of Law.
During his tenure of office
Frishman spearheaded the drive
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the war and also sparked the
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carnival on Sunday, May 21. at
4 p.m. at the home of Sandra
Rubbin. 30 S.W. 31st Ct. Food,
dancing, games and entertain-
ment are being planned.
Working on arrangements are
Sandy Friedman, publicity; Ina
Fleishman, ticket and door com-
Silverman. decorations; Estelle
mittee and entertainment; Ady
Bobrow and Rita Rabhan, games;
Myrna Wasserman, food; and
Sandy Rubbin and Barbara Chak
over-all chairmen.
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Bea Weintraub won both in-
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""DAY.May
19,
EDITORIAL
Year Of Deliverance
"The Year of Deliverance," the 1949 Annual
Report of the Joint Distribution Committee, de-
scribes in stirring terms the sizeable advances
made by Jews overseas as they moved toward
self-support, renewed health andmost impres-
sive of alltoward home and future in Israel
and other lands.
Stressing the record-breaking JDC migration of
1949 which brought an end to homelessness for
240,000 Jews210,000 in Israel and 30,000 in the
United States and other landsthe report pays
full tribute to the new state. "In spite of mounting
hardships," it says, "Israel held its doors wide
open for all Jews who wished to enter. When
menacing situations arose, today's persecuted
refugees, unlike their brothers of the Hitler era,
had a place to goa haven and a home."
To this statement we believe the Jews of
America, mindful of JDC's dramatic mass evacua-
tions and emergency rescue operations, will add
their own postscript. They well may add, "when
menacing situations arose. JDC was on the spot
with planes and ships, moving tens of thousands
out of areas of potential danger."
It is heartening to note that JDC was also on
the spot with medical aid, protection for the aged
and the helpless young, and relief for the desti-
tute. The report discloses that JDC welfare
services helped to rebuild life for some 600,000
Jews in 1949. These assistance activities, together
with its vast emigration and noteworthy recon-
struction programs were carried forward with
funds totaling S59,754,000 received, for the most
part, from the United Jewish Appeal.
Despite the widespread gains of 1949, "the year
of deliverance," it is evident that there are urgent
needs still to be met. Some 500,000 Jews in
European and Moslem lands still look to JDC
A Measure Of f?r**d
The Anti-Defamation LeacmJ,1 *
endlessly tallying the 2 ,f ***'
Semitism in the United States SS*"
its audit for 1949. The resul ?s ^SfT ^
entitled. "A Measure of Seldo^M
conclusion that the credit sided ft
growing on the side of democracy ft.
year, but"savs TtMth.. m."*.* *fl
year but'says Justice Meier Sta-
tioned chairman of the league StaffS
entrieS-"bigotry is still bfg ISkI
ing is the fact that over a milS d?1'
collected by the leading profeSnffQB
12-month period." y P OIessional big*
It is encouraging to learn that 3S
of support. But the picture is far ST M
read that 66 of these unsavory cot?" ^
in existence. Of the more "prominent-
read that 66 of these unsavory "ZS
in existence. Of the more "prommSrS*
anti-Semites, Gerald L. K Smith 1
BLOCKING THE ROAD
for help to work, to emigrate, and in thousands of
instances just to remain alive.
We hope that when JDC issues its report for
1950, we will be able to record that these im-
portant and challenging needs have all been met
that our fellow Jews abroad have moved de-
cisively forward on the road to full recovery.
That will be the case if our local community
meets it full responsibility to the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
S150.000 for his Christian NaSnSS 2
last year. Joining Smith in the too oroup?
raisers are Merwin K. Hart, Joseph P
Upton Close and Allen Zoll -all fully dr
in the ADL survey with their supporters arj
their methods of operation end their cram
techniques. r ^*
The ADL survey covers the broad tr
national activity in which anti-Semitism is?
It deals with discrimination in colleges and
versities in a thoroughly documented res
study. It notes discrimination in employe!
housing and in sports. It leans heavily
scientific investigation, reviewing a score of i
and tests made on the subject of anti-Sen
during the past decade.
"A Measure of Freedom" is a book ah
democracywhere it succeeds and where ill
It is a book that tells us about the various groni
and influences that threaten our rights a
liberties, so that we can all the better safegua
and preserve them. ADL has given us, in effe
a blueprint for public action.
21 Nominated For Citizens1 Awards,
Presentation Set For Rally May 28
Twenty-one can have G uncil of Churches and John F.
beer, n : : th< title i I Willmott, the executive director
"Outsl v Dade County Research
Dadi een an- Foundation.
noun Snel hair------------------------------
ll'Iir\v School
I'laiis I'k-iim-
midnight. May 15. Dr. Miami Hebrew School and Con-
n will hold its annual re-
,V : Miami; P .... Chief ligious schools picnic on Sundav.
:". _E E:";': : N Mii M y 28. beginning at 10 a.m. at
S ". the public picnic grounds at
children; Mrs L us Mathes m Hammock, according to
n Jewish Con- Milton Weiner. chairman of the
- ." board of education.
All children must be a<
bert H. Giv- panied bv a guardian. Weiner
.''. : '.; c announced, and evervone must
:'V *n lunch. Drinks and
BUI Baggs. newspapi n- e ream, however, will be pro-
.': aaJ0: led- Anyone desiring trans-
A,u C-,unty, '' :": Portation to the picnic is asked
tion. Othei vie leaders invited to be at the school building at
to. serve with the judges panel 9:30 am
l"rf.e:ij;cmviffii0n,lr-,?0bert. L ,Special awards for scholarship.
F J-vn m'r Sf1^ ?hlll,lP4l MrS- "dwlaitic improvement, behavior.
K J\l c?ianeV?- -- mai tlc- wiU .Presented. Another
Kellj and Mrs. Vladimir Virnck. highlight will be the annual soft-
Announcement of the winners ball game between the fathers
will be made at a city-wide rally and sons
M^fS^t^!!rk.<5Si!S^,*!Syl uWo.r.kin8 on arrangements for
^8: aVM P/' ""ended by the the affair are William Weintrauh
-.i* of all Dade County mum- and Dave Kleber. refreshments-
cipalities. A musical program and Mrs. Nat Coulton and Mr, Mi-
niSS eyenmg of entertainment is chael Blank, gifts and prizes! Sam
P Tho .. Chen and David Me'tzer. trans-
The committee, representing portation: Murray Shear. Garvin
more than one hundred civic or- Kleber. Ruth Saal. children's
ganizations includes Louis Snet- games: Mrs. Hershey Glantz. Her-
Sholem Lodge. B nai Brith. bert Feidan, Leo Sheiner adult
general chairman: Joseph A fames un
-. Sanford Swerdlin, Marx '-----------------------------
r Marvin Rauzin, Charles R Seeks Re-Eleclion
Jacobson. c, urr\ o ,,
Serving on the program and ar- G C f ce^I n- "v^
rangements committee are F. M. ^hf I t V'1
Kline of the B .ys" Club of M : in a coni t 17' ''"'
H. 9un oJ the J '-'..an ii? d. "::
31 rs. Hay don Is
Man- AJC Head
Mrs. A. A. Hayden was elected
president of the Florida Women's
Division of the American Jewish
Congress at the annual meeting
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter. She succeeds Mrs. Louis
Glasser. who was named honorary
life president.
j Others elected to office were
Mrs. William Loeb. Mrs. Morris
I Rabinowitz. Mrs. John Weinstein.
I vice presidents: Mrs. Benjamin
Ft-ld. treasurer: Mrs. Herbert
Sher. corresponding secretary:
Mrs. Leonard Glickman. financial
Secretary; Mrs. Frank Glickman,
recording secretary.
Up in taking office Mrs. Havden
announced that the congress is
embarking upon an intensive
membership drive which will
culminate in December. "Wc feel
every American Jew should be
interested in the work of the
AJC and invite people to visit our
meetings to acquaint themselves
With this work." she said. "It is
due to the work of the congress
that American Jews have a safer
niche in this country."'
Sy Shapiro Reported
I Slightly Improved
i s>' Shapiro. 34-year-old Miami
'Beach publicity man injured in
an auto crash near New Orleans
while returning from a honey-
moon trip to Mexico, was reported
'slightlv improved but still
critical."
Attaches at Charity Hospital in '
New Orleans said that Shapiro's I
pulse, blood pressure and strength i
had shown a "decided gain" but'
-ized that his injuries were

His bride of four weeks, Mona.
32. is still on the "dangerous";
t h accordmg to hospital at-
Gables Students Will
1 Present Puppet Play
The children of the Sunday
School of the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center will present "Jewish
Festivals on Puppet Parade." an
original script by Mrs. M. Skop,
Mrs. R. Bargteil and Mrs. P.
Glazer, on Sunday, May 21, at
11 a.m.
The puppets made by the chil-
dren under the supervision of
Mrs. S. Horn and Mrs. M. Skop,
will be operated by Sharron
Klinn. Frances Wellins. Carol
Klein. Feature of this program
will be the Showing of technicolor
movies taken during the course
of the year by Joseph Koven
showing the children participat-
ing in each of the holidays.
Students participating in the
program will be Leonard Glazer,
Barry and Leslie Halpert. Raphael
Skop. Danny Glosser. Rita Zim-
merman. Stanley Blumin. Shirra
Skop. Leonard Shulman, David
Gerstenfeld Arnold Levy, Brian
Harelik and Donald Rader. The
sixth grade will sing the finale
written by Mrs. Florence Feld.
The puppet stage was built by
Sol Fine and Peter Glazer.
Home Pu rchased
(Continued from Page 1)
Sirkin, Stanley Myers. Joseph M.
Rose, William Glick, Morris
Klass, William D. Singer, Marcie
Liberman, Mayor Harold Turk,
Jack Ablin, Leo Allen, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Meyers Herbert E. Scher,
Mrs. Sol Silverman and Gus Trau.
Plans for a second phase of this
drive to secure funds for con-
structing tho buildings and mak-
ing necessary alterations are now
being formulated, Judge Spaet
has announced.
Vail lliiM'ii Scut
Sehool Cliques
Dr. C. Raymond Van Dusei
candidate to: Dade County schoi
board, declared that "we ran
free our schools from the chol
ing influences of individuals, <
ganizations and cliques worki
for selfish, personal gains."
Head : the University oil
. ami speech department, he'
j oppose James A. Henderson,!
incumbent, in the May 23 run^
for the Dist. ict No. 3 school 1
seat.
"The st icture of any orp
zation is weakened by
Van Dusen declared. "We i
free our schools from any
ences thai leter the accomfi
ment of high :deals."
Van Dusi n has hoc" *M
engaged in educational
since the war, He has a doc
degree in education and Bl
author of several articl&lj
listed in "Who's Who
North Am. rican Authors."
Knows What."' -Americas M
Men." "America's Men oil
ence" and others.
DEADLINE
In obzservance of the Shavuos holidays, offices of The
Jewish Flondian will be closed from sundown Sundav Mav 21
until sundown Tuesday. May 23. All copy and photographs
for publication in the May 26 issue must be postmarked not
later than Sunday, May 21.
Elath Named Israeli
Minister To Britain
Elatn. Israel Ambassador ,n
ington. has been named
Minister to Britain, it was f-
nciauy announced here this week
Ambassador Elath will succeed
p.. Mordecai Eliash who died last
(A report to this effect was
published by the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency last week. The
JTA dispatch also said that it is
expected that Aubrey S Eban
Sd rFanent de,**ale th.
overedthI!atrS'v,WOUld also take
add UoS Wash'nton post in
Peaee In Middle
East Dis<*uKMd
LONDON. (JTA) Problems
concerning peace and stability in
the Middle East occupy a high
Place in the bilateral Anglo-
American talks which started this
i week at the Foreign Office here.
The talks were preceded by a
I private conversation between
Secretary of State Dean Acheson
'and British Foreign Secretary
Ernest Bevin.
Diplomatic observers here ex-
pressed the belief that the pre-
vention of further hostilities
rather than the question of a
final peace between Israel and
the Arab countries will be dis-
cussed when the Middle Eastern
Problem is reached.
Installs Officers
Miami Bench Post No. f
ican Legion, installed *
Ruby as commander Tu*
1828 Alton Road.
Other officers are: Fred W
first vice commander: Gera
Klein, second vice comma
Louis J. Auerbach, W
officer; Donald R. Klein.chaj
Simon Aronson, historian.'
Louis Berger. .-< rgeant-a-^
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Uy, MAY 19, 1950
JmlstifhrtcUan
n s Kimenker Weds
1 M Finkelstein
luiinR at 342 S.W 12th Ave.
fcnr :.nd Mrs. Daniel M
pE", whose marriage took
* h 18 at 8 p.m. at Mi-
School and Congre-
bj Simon April r<>ad
1 the former Pearl J.
the daughter of Mr.
fiw M S. Kimenker. 1830
KSh rive. She studied at
,tv School of Nursing,
Ljnber of Pi Sigma Sigma
Pal sorority and Miami
Isteln attended Phila-
lia College "f Osteopathy and
r: ted with the Cere-
V Clinic. He is a member
L Delta Phi. the Elks and
Ei Beach Masada.
Lion Women Initiate
Temple of the Pythian
initiated ten new
, ceremonies Wednes-
nioh- Mildred Cotzin, most
font chief, was in charge of
Initiation rites. A reception
i the new members
PAGE FIVE
Gendzier Named Head
Of Synagogue Unit
bed.
tjjlefl rongregation To Broak
[IM.,.tl For Synagogue *":*
.iking ceremonies for
L id be constructed
t : .' wish Congregation
iables at Zamora and
be held Sunday,
Pictured at the installation banquet luncheon of the B'nal
B'rith Women of Miami Beach, are (1. to r.) Mrs. Milton Weinkle,
vice president; Mrs. Ida Optner. president; Miami Beach Council-
man Burnett Roth, principal speaker; and Mrs. Seymour Satin,
retiring president. The luncheon was held in the Pagoda Room of
the Saxony Hotel, and was attended by about 200 B'nai B'rith
women. Councilman Roth spoke on the subject of "Anti-Democratic
Forces in America."
executive board of Joseph M.
Rose, Miami Beach: Macey
- i Kronsberg, Charleston, S. C;
Harry Gendzier of Jacksonville ] Manuel Eskind, Nashville. Tenn.;
was elected president of the Philip Selher, Jacksonville; and
o .u i i> f u n;. a Albert Morrell, Orlando.
Southeast Region of the United ______________;_________________
Synagogue of America at its an-
nual convention in Orlando re-
cently. Gendzier is a former
P'-esident of the Jacksonville
Jewish Center and has been ac-
tive in the Jewish Community
Council and numerous other
Jewish causes. He is also a na-
tional vice president of the United
Synagogue.
Elected to serve with Gendzier
were vice presidents, Joseph
Hackel, Jacksonville; Sol Singer,
Columbus, Ga.; Albert Tenen-
baurr., Savannah, Ga : secretary,
Ben Zion Ginsburg, Miami Beach;
treasurer, Frank Stein, Orlando
The executive board of the
region will consist of representa-
tives from each affiliated congre-
gation. The convention recorded
its special recommendations to the
Miami Beach, 51st St.-87th St.
Runoff Election May 23rd
VOTE FOR A MAN
WHO WANTS TO WORK
FOR HIS COMMUNITY
Murray Goodman
Precinct Committeeman
(1M. Pol. A'tv I
To*,
TvJGUST BROS HYE
breaking and membership may
be secured by calling 83-1967.
48-0443 or 87-1812

2:30 p.m., according
Maloff, president.
i which numerous
2tt Student* To
ll Confirmed
At Both David
Confirmation exercises for Beth
ns and religious Davjd gunday Schon, wil, be held
been invited, will j Sunday. May 21. at 8:15 p.m.
nsive membership i Twenty-six students, the largest
' confirmation class in the com-
munity, will receive certificates
at the first confirmation exercises
to be held in the new synagogue.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the ceremony, assisted by
Cantor Maurice Mamches and the
Beth David Choir. Bibles will be
presented to the confirmands.
who will be dressed in cap and
gownthe girls in white; the
boys in blue.
Highlight of the service will be
the presentation of the cantata,
"What Is the Torah?" under the
direction of Mrs. Alexander
Stiebel. Mrs. Phil Abrams will be
at the piano.
A reception in honor of the
confirmands will be held follow-
ing the rites.
Members of the confirmation
class irttlude Judy Adler. Muriel
August, Joseph Block, Jerold
Coburn, Cuna Cohen, Ann Eisner,
Marlene Feldstein, Henry Forer,
Bruce Fox. Roslyn Fox. Fred
Goldenblank, James Gordon,
Joanne Hablow, Esther Leibovitz,
Sandra Levine, Annette Levitt,
Phyllis Lieberman, Sara Lee
Merlin, Ann Judith Meyer, Lois
Miriam Wexler, Sydelle Namoff,
Audrey Newmark, Renee Pearl,
Esthelle Saylor, Zella Warshaw,
and Carol Washer.
ik at the exercises
idge George E. Holt,
Mayor W. Xeith
11 ill y C. Myers, chair-
I : ter Miami Jewish
imunity planning
and Norman R. Lyons,
k. : the Coral Gables
pst .' trict. D. Catsmnn will
I of ceremonies,
T tion will follow.
Bin Barson, building chair-
announces that further in-
n; : about the ground
KINDERGARTEN THRU
piGH SCHOOL CO-ED
nquiries invited for 1950-51
tu.itcil en two acre waterfront
Matt n.th 75 foot swimming
bo I .tdoor studyEstablished
put.-.t'on for achieving, high
feholastic standards and char-
ptet development College
feparatory General Corn-
Dramatic and Art
Courses.
Graduate! attending lead.
ng Colleges.
C-tdits accepted
Northern schools.
in
CAA
SCHOOl
.t Ave Miami Beach
Phone 5-0606
The Munaaement of the
Quality Kosher Food Center
I Mil S.W.
Announces to
Mint the Market
All llav Monday and Tuesday
Jlay 22nd and 2.lrd
teeause of the Shevuos Holidays
lUli SI.
the Public
Will be Closed
!!*#* COUNTY-WIDE
VOie* MAY 23rd
RE-ELECT
HARLEY. 6.
COLLINS
as Member of Dade County
___________School Board (Of Instructions)
)LLINS:
' Is experienced.
2- Is qualified as a Business Man to save money for
Dade County Tax Payers.
3. Has proved his efficiency. ._ _
[ACCOMPLISHMENTS ARE OF MORE VALUE THAN.
PROMISES iPd. Pot- Adv.)
t s*g*
Mrs. Makovsky
To Bo Installed
Mrs. Louis Makvosky will be
installed as president of the He-
brew Academy Women at a
loyalty luncheon to be held Mon-
day, May 29, at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Feature of the luncheon will be
the presentation of Certificates of
Honor to the new life members
of the academy.
Other officers to be inducted
at the fete are vice presidents,
Mrs. S. Cohen, Mrs. A. Kogan,
Mrs. S. Ritter, Mrs. B. Sherry;
treasurer, Mrs. J. Rackovsky;
recording secretary, Mrs. B.
Spolter; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. S. Rubinowitz; financial sec-
retary, Mrs. D. Andron.
Steering committee of past
presidents includes the Mesdames
I. Lehrman, A. Osheroff, A. Stone,
I. Makovsky.
Board of directors includes the
Mesdames Benj. Appel. J. Bren-
ner, J. Burris, I. Firtel. H. Genet.
B. Z. Ginsburg, T. Brand. S.
Glover I. Goldberg, S. Grund-
werg, S. Hochman, G. Kimmel.
J Katz, Liebman, A. Lauer, L.
Levin, M. Mamches, S. Miller,
M. Pomerantz, Rakoff. S. Rein-
hard, Rosman, R. Rubin. A. Rub-
ier. J. Satin, Seidenworm. Shaw-
mut M, Skop, H- Wasserman.
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association. Partici-
pating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
advises the public: ,
1. To watch for the sign of the GMVH ~ iCJ in the meat
markets before purchasing your products; -...
2. To watch for the ring with the insignia of the GMVH N i C J
before buying your chickens;
3. That the GMVH endorses ONLY FRESHLY KILLED chickens in
the live poultry markets.
For other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595.
HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec.
A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. S. LOBEL, Treas.
TOWPBEACH CLUB
CABANAS 350
00
UP
Phone 58-7243
Reginald A. Doel
Mg,
MIAMI TOP
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Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
"WE SPREAD"
Phone 4-0335
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
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Swimming Pool Steam Rooms W.
Free Parking k Restaurants
Ocean Bathing if Exercycle
Massage Room Ping-Pong
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- PAGE SIX
*-Je*i*t> ncridton
Friday, may
19. I*
Personally Speaking
Ardmore
The marriage of Ruth Ciralsky to Alfred Gottesman was
solemnized by Rabbi Irving Lehrman in his study Tuesday after-
noon. The couple exchanged vows in the presence of their im-
mediate families and close friends. The bride was attended by her
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pollock, Toledo,
Ohio, and s sister, Mrs. Jeanette Ash, Detroit, Mich. Fred K.
Shochet served as best man. A nuptial dinner was held at the
Martinique Hotel Tuesday night. Upon their return from a month's
wedding trip to the West, Mr. and Mrs. Gottesman will make their
home in Miami Beach.
First baby born at Mount Sinai Hospital on Mother's Day
was Linda Ellen Dubov. daughter of the David Dubovs, 1400 :
SW 15th St The baby's mother is the former Jean Bloom,:
dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bloom of this city. Paternal |
qrandparents are pioneer Miami Beach residents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Louis Dubov, 825 Jefferson Ave. Great qrandmother, Mrs. Philip
1 Toback, of Baltimore, Md., was here for the arrival.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Georae Cohen. 1800 James Ave., Miami Beach,
are leaving June 1 to attend the Bar Mitzvah cf their grandson,
Stephen Schneider, in Teaneck. N. J. From there they will pro-
ceed to Atlantic City, where they will spend the summer at
the Hotel Traymore.
* *. *
Mrs Ida Optner will accompany as chaperone members of
the University of Miami Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity and
their dates to Butlin's Grand Bahama Isle, where the group will
hold its annual carnation ball. Thirty-two ccuples will be in the
party, which will leave here Saturday morning.
* ------,
Michelle Lazar celebrated her first birthday on Friday, j Summer Brides-Elect
March 12. She is the dauahter of Martin Lazar and the grand-1 Planning an August 20 wedJ
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburq, 2921 Sheridan Ave., j1S Mlss Edythe Golin, wha^l
Miami Beach. I *othal '" C ,leman Singer. ,
* Mr- and >. jieph ^
Newly arrived year-round residents of Miami are Mr. and "aVona' Cu '"1(i Miami Bead
Mrs. Harry Hodas, formerly of Eatontown, N. J., where Mr. Hodas has beon announced by her
operated the H & S Manufacturing Company. The new Miamians ; J*- Mr. and Mrs. Ruby cy*
are living at 1652 S.W. 5th St. L ]" Miami Beach-
* f M* Ct JS a gf3*fl
Albert Israel Goodman, son of the Murray Goodmans, 971 attended F?i i" s'? r^
celebrate his second birthday. and the ^^Jjjjj
i Singer attended schools in ft
I vana.
Edythe Golin
Edythe Golin Joins
79th Terr., Miami Beach, will
at a party at the home of his parents.
* *
Leaving for New York Friday are Mrs. Bill Glick and her
National I oiin<*il llis^lish (lasses
To Hold Gradual ion Exorcises
The Miami Section of the Nn- Miami Jewish Communitv Center.
sons, Arthur and Robert. The Miamians will attend the con- Plan Shavuos Fete
firmation and graduation of their cousin, Ann Marilyn Gurtman. Bialik Branch 290 of the Fa
* -* I band and Pioneer Women drill
Residing in their new home at 1911 Coral Gate Drive are! wjjf hold a sVvuftehS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Freefield and their daughter, Sandra' at Harfenist Restaurant mlm
Esther. day, May 23, at 8:30 p.m
* Rabbi M,hay P. Mann will bi.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Goodman of Hollywood left for ttwtr | S^S^L^^^m
summer home at Elizabeth Lake. Pontiac, Mich. The Goodmans, shubow n'r.d R. Gerbe" S|
expect to return to Florida in October. j man of the event is Hi
Seitlin.
Proceeds from the affair will go I
to the State of Israel
* *
Milton A. Friedman, former state president of B'nai B'rith,
ti rial C uncil of Jewish Women Graduating exercises for 17 mem- recently went to Ft. Lauderdale to install officers of the B'nai
will s] community meeting.. bers of the classes will be held, j B'rith lodge there.
embers of the croup's Principal speaker will be Rabbi' -*<*-*
English speaking classesop Irving Lehrman and certificates! tI ., ,... ._ ..
Monday. .May 29. at 8 p m. at the will be awarded by William Sing- H- H- Farr of Miami Beach left Tuesday to visit his daughter,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ er. president of the Greater Miami Mrs. Sylvia Solomon, in Fairlawn, N. J.
Jewish Federation. Representa- -ft
I of the Immigration Depart- Lawrence Heftel of Palm Beach recently left by car for a
El :?Uonsfhave C beeS \ transcontinental trip. He will be away for several months.
invited. Vocational school repre-. *
tatives, which many of the Leaving to spend the summer in New Ycrk are Rose and
p.d. have also been Anna Schutzberq of Palm Beach
invited. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mi S v C. Myers, chair- -,, _
man >f Se vice to Foreign Born. Flagler-Granada Prexy
meeting, Mrs Names Committee Heads
in charge of
I lepart nent,
ann n that t at pi es-
MIAMI BEACH
[Salt Yictet Voo\:
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pupils enrolled in the
Eeth David Women
Plan Donor Fete
i David Sister! d will hold
nnual donor luncheon on
y, May 24, at 12:30 p.m.
t th Delafi Hotel, Miami B
n of the Mrs
Hai n and Mrs. Saul
nofl Ri vations may be
'J-3469.
Joe Masters, newly elected
thi Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center, has
announced committee appoint-
ments for the coming year.
Named to head committees
were Ray Levine, entertainment;
s Adelman, building: Jesse
finance: Evelyn Clein.
sunshine: Daniel Honoroff and
Manuel Lubel. legal; Daniel
H : roff, membership: Sylvia
Freed, home camp: Rose Feld-
:.. adult education: Ralph
thlet : Herman Feldman.
Rose Feldman and
Ralph Lang, club news;
Evelyn Clein, women's activities:]
Harry Burak. ways and means;
Sol Issenberg. Jewish activities; .
Frances tmmerman, welcome;'
Manuel Lubel. constitution and '
by-laws: Louis Estoe. publicity. '
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Her fiance attended schools in
Newark. New Jersey, and studied
I business administration at Rut-
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army medical corps for two years
and at present is associated with
j the Blue Ribbon Laundry.
A September wedding is
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UDAY, MAY 19, 1950
fJen1st itortW&r?
Sylvia Tupler
fcrivia Tupler
Llro'.hal Told
I Mrs I ye Tupler. 1955 Calais
tive, nandy Isle, announces
lie engi -< ment of her daughter,
vlvia. I Lester J. Levy, son of
Irs. Pi K. Levy, New Orleans,
i
|The !>: i -elect attended schools
;md the University of
fcianii. She has been a resident
Miami Beach for the past six
tars
[Mr. Levy has been a resident
1281 W. Venetian Way, Mi-
jni, i le past five years. He
ft hools in New Orleans
jr.i M months with the
fnited Slates Army Air Force. He
bw represents New York Manu-
fctun of men's accessories
bveiirr; Florida and Georgia
nritorii
|A mid August wedding has been
lanneu by the couple.
Carol Helen Steuer
Betrothal Revealed
HoTon gaeement of Miss Carol
Helen Steuer, formerly of Miami
and Miami Beach, to Winfield R
Lev! was recently announced in
i Cincinnati, Ohio. She is the
daughter of Mrs. M. C. Schuman
;and the late Max Steuer.
Miss Steuer graduated from
Miami Beach High School and
was a member of Tri Beta soror-
1 /~ e attended the University
i i ,Cincmnati and is now com-
Ipeting her junior year at Ohio
; State University where she is
| majoring in dental hygiene.
! Mr. Levi attended schools in
Cincinnati, graduated from the
University of Cincinnati and
studied voice at the Cincinnati
College of Music. He served as
Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff,
Air Transport Command, in India
and is now assistant advertising
manager of Broadcastinng-Tele-
castmg the trade journal of radio
and television located in Wash-
ington, D. C.
No date, has been set for the
wedding.
lemorial Service
IThe to iml Beach Jewish War
pi .. Post 330, will conduct
I annu il .Memorial Day services
today 8:15 p.m. at the Miami
each .' :\ i.sh Center, according
Lei nard Tobin, senior vice
bmmander.
1EAN CARROLL
Errol Michael Gillis
To Become Bar Mitzvah
Errol Michael Gillis, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Gillis. 1713 S.W.
21st Terr., wili
become Bar
Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, May 20.
at 9 a.m. at the
Miami Hebrew
School and Con-
gregation. Rabbi
Simon April will
officiate.
A student at
Shenandoa h
Junior High,
where he is a
member of the
junior band, the
young man is a Boy Scout.
Among the out-of-town guests
at the ceremony will be the boy's
grandmothers, Mrs. Sam Harris
and Mrs. Gertrude Gillis, of
Chicago.
A reception will follow the
ceremony. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend.
Errol
V".
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:iub, says: "Before
V current engagement
1 O'clock Club here, I
vacation in Havana
guidance of FARR
am happy to be able to
ver have I had such a
received such lovely
a travel agency as
1 FARRS.
Masada Unit Committee
Chairmen Announced
Apppontments of committee
chairmen for the year 1950-51
have been announced by David
Goodwin, president of Miami
Beach Masada.
Named to head the committees
were: chalutziut, Sam Levine;
dramatics, Lennie Schwartz; ed-
ucation, Florence Abramson:
fundraising, Mary Feldman and
Gilbert Rappaport; Jewish Na-
tional Fund. Claire Schneider;
membership. Ruth Schwartz; pro-
gram, Rosalyn Goldstein; publi-
cations, Irving Marcus; publicity,
Doris Aronson: social, Susan
Kochen and Harriet Smuckler.
The group meets every other,
Thursday evening at the Miami'
Bpach Jewish Center.
FARM
Name in Travel"
Tamara Chapter Will
Meet Tuesday Night
A meeting of Tamara Chapter
of Mizrachi Women will be held
Tuesday, May 23, at 8:30 p.m. at
the Promenade Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz, new-
ly installed president, will pre-
sid Plans for the raising of funds
for the orphan children of Israel
will be formulated at the meeting.
A special program has been
prepared by Mrs. Jaek H. Kane.
program chairman.
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PAGE SEVEN
PEKSOXAL! !
Will be in England and British
Isles for three months. Highly
respectable and experienced
gentleman, American (British
Born) will carry out any as-
signment you may desire.
Persor.al Social Business -
Advisory or Investigation.
Reply in Strict Confidence
Mr. B. Box 2973. Miami 18
Sandra Gay Bloom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bloom, was
honored at a paity in the King Arthur Room of the Saxony Hotel
in honor of her sixteenth birthday. Nearly 100 of Sandra Gay's
j ?f'j formal attire- turned out for the affair. Even Mom
and Dad joined in the fun. Shown above are (left to right): Mr.
Bloom, Sandra Gay, brother Norton Bruce Bloom, and Mrs.
Bloom.
Flal Women To Hold
Lun<*hoon Series
First of a series of covered-
dish luncheons to be sponsored
throughout the summer by the
women's activities committee of
the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center will be held
Friday, May 26, at 12:30 p.m. at
the homes of Mrs. Al Altman. 221
S.W. 51st Place, and Mrs. Charles
Blau, 231 S.W. 51st Place.
Mrs. Mac Meyer will be chair-
man of the affair. She will be
assisted by Mrs. Mac Gordon and
Mrs. Louis Esloe. Games will fol-
low luncheon.
Plans for the series were dis-
cussed at a meeting held at the
home of Mrs. Altman. Mrs. Ben
Clein, recently appointed chair-
man of the activities committee,
presided. Others at the meeting
were the Mesdames Sadie Kalb.
Herman Feldman, Ralph Lang.
Jesse Freed, Ray Levine, Fran
Immerman, Sidney Stiller.
Next meeting of the committee
is scheduled for Friday, May 19,
at the home of Mrs. Lang.
Sisterhood Invited To
Shavuous Celebration
Mrs. Gilbert BaLkin and Mrs.
Ann Berry will be co-hostesses
at a Shavuos party to be given
on the grounds of Mrs. Balkin's
home, 624 86th St., Miami Beach,
on Tuesday, May 23. at 1:30 p.m.
The afternoon's program will
include games, for which prizes
will be awarded, and a short ad-
dress by Mrs. Ray Freidin on
"Modern Household Aids."
All members of the Sisterhood
of Temple Isaiah are invited to
attend.
Serody Bar Mitzvah
Stewart Serody,
and Mrs. Harry
Serody, 622 86th
St.. Miami Beach
will become Bar
Mitzvah Satur-
day. May 20, at
'he Miami Beach
lewish Center
with Rabbi Irv-
ng Lehrman of-
ficating.
A kiddush will
follow the serv-'
ice and relatives
and friends are
invited to attend.
son of Mr.
DRIVER-SALESMAN
WANTED
For new bottling plant. Home
service. Salary and Commission.
Guaranteed $45 to Start. Apply
in person Monday between 1 and
3 p. m.
SYPHON CORP. OF FLA.
27 S. W. 6th Street
Stewart
SINCERE YOUNG MAN
40, 5 ft. 7 in. Divorced but not
disillusioned, no children. Per-
sonable, fine family back-
ground. Presently employed in
restaurant line in N. Y. C.
Would like to hear from under-
standing Floridian and event-
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WRITE, BOX 87
BROOKLYN 14. NEW YORK
Will Hold Fetes
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict will sponsor a card part\
on Saturday, May 20, at 8 p.ni.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Diamond. 1190 Malaga, Coral
Gables. Co-hostesses will be Mrs
M. Fine and Mrs. N. Weidberg.
Also planned by the district is
a social meeting to be held at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
on Thursday. May 25, at 8 p.m.
The film. "A House in the Desert,"
will be shown.
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY
FOR MARRIED MAN. 30 to 45,
in good health, who has high
school education or better, and
has lived in Miami for 36
months or longer. By investing
two hours you may determine
whether you may be consid-
ered for a job that pays you a
living salary for up to two
years while you are being in-
tensely trained to earn much
more on commissions. Call Mrs.
Bryan at 82-1301 for appoint-
ment.
Taylor To Speak
"The Prevention of Crime" will
be the subject of an address by
Dade County Solicitor Robert R.
Taylor at the weekly luncheon
meeting of Sholem vLodge, B'nai
B'rith. on Friday, May 19. at 12:15
p.m. at the Miamian" Restaurant.
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
Pan American Bank Building
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These trim, crisp suits have
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<.ICAMI I ox i:iit
The Nathan Shandloff Lodge 192 of the J.P.F.O. will celebrate
the 20th birthday of the Jewish People's Fraternal Order on
Sunday. May 21st. at 8 p.m. sharp, at the Jewish Cultural
Center, Inc.. 429 Lenox Avenue. The following artists will
participate: Jewish Folk Chorus, Ben Yomen Conducting!
Dr. Paul Beck. Well Known Tenor: Pierre Mande, Concert
Violinist; Mrs. Luba Roy, with her Accordion in a variety of
Folk Songs; Mr. M. Caroll in Recitations.
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PAGE EIGHT
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Mt. Scopus Group
To Install Officers
Mi s. Joel Below honorary presi-
.", will install new officers of
the Mount Scopus Group (form-
erly Miami Group) of Hadassah
at a luncheon to be held at the
Garden Restaurant. 2m S.W. 8th
St. at 12:30 p.m. on Monday, May
Mrs. Harold B. Cohen will
:k! .is mist!ess t cerem >nies
Guest speaker for the afternoon
will be Rabbi M x Shapiro. The
invocation will be offered by Mrs.
Simon April, and Mis. Max
s piro will give the benediction.
isical portion of the program
will be rendered by Edward Doe.
bi --1. who sang the role
Aneelotti in the Miami Opera
Guild's performance of "Tosca."
Mr. Doe. pupil of Arturo di Filip-
p will sing with the Cincinnati
< r Opera Company in July.
icers to he installed are.
president. Mrs. Moe Feineold:
first vice president, Mrs. David
Hess: second vice president, Mrs.
v L. fcou t: third vice presi-
,1 Mrs ;.' s G. Drapkin:
th vice lent. Mrs Ernes'
ng secretary,
Art r Si espond
ta y, Mi s Milti n W*i iner;
\' Jose]
S Mrs .' Mar-
n
I of di-
3 are I s Simon
Carp,
: '
G.n L
Laul V
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v. Max
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| Bernsteii nd Mrs. L..
n< -. nts: Mrs
s G D pkii nd Mrs H
B C In n. Reservatioi
: lling Mrs D Set n iki
: r Mrs A I St n
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);uuirr in arabful appn.vlafi cf his fcrrvto aa U
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Shown above is the citation being presented to 1M "" J.
Kopelowitz at the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation at Temple Beth Sholom. Federation is "*e"9 uj
him the title of "Community Builder" to rWnMtond hto bl*
ship in the population surveys conducted in 19 nd 1947. which
served as a basis for the establishment of J?*ggJ%
formation of the Jewish Centers Association and the purchase oi
he new Jewish Home for the Aged. Kopelowitz served as first
budget chairman of Federation in 1939 and 1940 and was campaign
Chairman in 1941-42. In addition, he is a past president of Beth
David Congregation, is a member of the board o! the JewishSocM
Service Bureau and is financial director of the Jewish Home for
the Aged.______________________.___________
Norman B. Brown Rites
To Be Held At Arlington
The body of Norman Bruce
Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Brown of Miami Beach, is being
returned from Okinawa and will
be buried at Arlington National
Cemetery on Wednesday, May 24,
at 2 p.m.
The young man was born and
reared in Miami and prior to his
enlistment in the navy in 1943
was a member of the drum and I
bugle corps of the Jewish War
Veterans post which now bears
his name.
He was killed over Okinawa
on March 26. 1945. when his plane I
was shot down.
Besides his parents, he is sur- |
vived by a sister. Betty.
FRIDAY. MAY iq
Depart For Funeral
Rosei ten, hei
Max Shai i, and
E Ii Tues laj
tor Toledo. Oh

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Obituaries
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Hayden Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hayden.
2331 S.W. 21st Terr., announce
Bar Mitzvah of their son.
I Saturday. May
::d. at 9 i in. at Beth David. Rabbi
Max Shapii i nd C intor Maui Ice
Mi m< hes will officiate.
Bar Mitzvah .."..ends Shen-
Juni T Huh Sell
where hi a mi nber of the
B j -' Chi
A recc ption will follow the cere-
iii my and relatives and friends
. re invite.i t i attend.
Mrs. Hertz Will Be
Luncheon Hostess
Mrs. Ben S. Hertz, president of
Miami Cl I the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, will enter-
tain officers and trustees of the
unit at a luncheon Monday. May
22.
A program of future events will
be discussed and committee
chairmen appointed.
Candidate Charges
Coercive Tactics
had made "no
nts : utside
school James M.
Noel for th( sch
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Mrs. F. Jonas Receives
Hadassah Region Award
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Thank You, Voters!
WILBUR C. KING. c*
date for re-eleclion to
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thanks the voters oi BJ
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primary by nearly TWO
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FRIDAY. MAY 19, 1950
Beach Center Confirmation Rites
Slated For First Day Of Shavaos
+Jelstncrkte*r
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PAGE NINE
Miami Beach Jewish Center
I Sunday Religious School will hold
confirmation exercises on the first
I day of Shavous, Monday, May
122. at 3 a.m. in the synagogue.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate.
The confirmation class includes
flthodn Phyllis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Berman; Merle,
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
I form an: Beverly Susan, daughter
of Mrs. Annette Ginsberg; Bar-
Ibara Lee, daughter of Mr. and
IMrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg; Lela
\q daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
hfelvin Goldstrom; Beverly Mae,
[daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Hader: Barbara, daughter of Mr.
land Mrs, Andrew Himmelstein;
[iris, daughter of Mrs. Peggy
Jacobs: Marcla Miriam, daughter
|0f Mi and Mrs. Perry Jervis:
Janice Ann, daughter of Mr. and
tali- Nathaniel J- Klein; Maria
[Beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Krongold; Edna May,
I ter of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
|hani Levine; Arlene Sari, daugh-
|i, nid Mrs. Hyman Lurie,
g lighter of Mr. and Mrs.
[A! A Miller; Ruth Ellen, daugh-
|i, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S.
S Arkne, daughter of Mrs.
h I' Sprafkin; Ellen Joan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira C.
hv. Ernice, daughter of Mr.
land M Carl Weinkle and Ada
| ;. laughter of Mrs. Anna Wolf.
A bil le, the gift of the Sister-
hood, and diplomas of confirma-
[i .11 be presented to the
When Your Tablets
Get Down to 4
That's the Time
To Buy Some
confirmands by David R lsen
chairman of the school
Following the exercises, the en-
tire congregation is invited to a
reception given by parents of the
confirmands in the patio.
The confirmation supper dance
presented by the sisterhood in
honor of the confirmands will be
held in the center social hall on
Sunday, May 28. Mrs. Al Osheroff
is in charge of arrangements.
Official closing of Sunday school
for the summer months will be on
May 28. at which time certificates
of honor will be awarded to out-
standing students. The daily reli-
gious school officially closes on
June 8.
Ilade i oiili'i'i'iHi'
To Piek Leaders
Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Dade County
will hold its election and installa-
tion meeting on Thursday. May
25, at 10 a.m. at the Miami Beach
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A id more
Reyna Ullman Youngerman
Jewish Center, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, president, announces.
The nominating committee,
headed by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
will present the slate of officers
for 1950-51 and Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers will install the newly
elected officers.
Guest speaker will be Reyna
Uilman Youngerman, well known
artist. While attending Yale
School of Fine Arts, of which she
is a graduate. Mrs. Youngerman
received the Weir and English
scholarships for painting. After
graduation she was twice award-
ed the Tiffany Foundation
Fellowship. Her work has been
widely exhibited and has been
awarded many prizes. Since com-
ing to Miami last year, the artist
has had two one-man shows.
Mrs. Monte Selig is program
chairman.
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4-5922, FOR INFORMATION
Elect "Jim'9
James M.
NOEL
TO DADE COUNTY
School Board
Vote County Wide
VETERAN LEGIONNAIRE GRADUATE TEXAS
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BRING SCHOOL MATTERS OUT IN THE OPEN!
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PULL LEVER 6A MAY 23 FOR JIM
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
IN THE MAIL
Editor, Jewish Floridia,
Miami, Fla.
Dear Sir:
I nominate for the man of the
year doing the greatest disservice
to his people in the community,
the department store owner who
has been causing the arrest of
elderly women for pilfering his
jewelry trinkets. They are usually
fined $100 for the offense, given
headlines in the newspapers, and
bring anguish and shame upon
themselves, their family, and
upon us. Were these women real-
ly thieves they would never steal
such stuff of almost no value.
They arc tempted, really en-
trapped, I would say, because the
"jewelry" is exposed on unguard-
ed counters.
These stories have appeared in
the newspapers for months now.
The latest victim is a woman 78
years of age whom the police-
lieutenant had not the inhumanity
to keep in jail until she had a
hearing.
The thefts can be stopped by
placing these counters in direct
charge of saleswomen, or putting
the jewelry in glass counters. The
commandment, thou shall not
covet, must somewhere in out
wisdom have a counterpart, thou
shalt not tempt.
Very truly yours,
ISRAEL HABER,
945 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach. Fla
In our opinion, there can be no
Justification of any kind In condon-
ing "ahopllfteri."Editor.
Dental Clinic Opened
For Cardiac Children
The National Children's Cardiac
Home, 4250 W. Flagler St., an-
nounces the opening of the Max
Reiter-Maurice Saltzman Dental
Clinic, which will furnish the
children living in the home with
proper dental care. They will be
given routine X-rays, prophy-
laxsis and fluorine treatments.
Periodic check-ups will also be
made and necessary operative
work will be provided.
Staff meetings will be held once
a month to discuss special cases
and research problems.
Dental staff includes Dr.
Everett G. Blasberg, chief of staff,
and Drs. A. E. Akers, Frederick
Goldberg. Joseph Gour, Henry
Green, J. G. Hagen. Howard F.
Hewett, Bennett A. Lee, James I.
Murray, Frank Rentz, William M.
Schiff, Max I. Tendrich and
Doran Zinner. Dr. Jack Stettin
and Dr. Robert Litowitz are con-
sultants.
Dental hygienists are Edith
Bernstein, Jane Burns, Margaret
Akers, Margaret Klinkenberg,
Martha Martin and Lillian
Gwynne, president of the Dental
Hygienist Society of Miami.
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4


PAGE TEN
* FRIDAY, MAY 19,1
Miami A.H I nil
Seats Leaders
Mrs. Ben S. Hertz was installed
as president of the Miami Chapter
of the American Jewish Congress
at a recent luncheon given by
the group.
Installing officer was Mrs.
Louis Glasser, national vice presi-
dent, and toastmlstress was Mrs.
Sidney Lewis. Musical portion of
the program was supplied by M 9
Irene Hugel, singer, and David
Hillman. pianist. Mrs. Harold
Drucker was in charge of ar-
rangements.
Other officers recognized at the
ceremonies were the Mesdames
(;, irge C ihen, Hai old Drucker.
Leonore Curtice. Bessie Elman.
R t Levin. Alfred Rubinstein.
: Mrs. Albert Ladd.
treasurer; Mrs. K. B. Harris, fi-
nancial secreti rj : Mrs. M. Eisi n-
Mrs. Crving Rose. Mrs. John
Weinstein. corresponding secre-
taries; Mrs. Nat Furman, record-
ing secretary; the Mesdames Isi-
( ihen, .1 isi ph Fine, A. A.
Hayden. S. Stepkin. and Mark
Kaplan, trustees
JWV Wiil Hold Blood Bank Night
Double Bar Mitzvah
At Gables Center
Stanley Blumin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Blumin, 1255 S.W. 64th
Ave., and Danny Glosser, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Glosser,
4271 S.W. 12th St., will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, May 20, at
9:45 a.m., at the Sabbath services
of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
Stanley and Danny have had
special studies with Rabbi Morris
A. Skop in preparation for their
Bar Mitzvah. They now enter the
confirmation class of 1951 for
additional studies in Bible, Jewish
history and Hebrew to meet Sat-
urdays, Sundays and Wednesdays
during the coming year.
Kiddush will be tendered by
their parents following the serv-
ices in the center patio. Relatives
ana frienas are invited to attend
LEGAL Notice
NOTICE UNDER pi
NOTICE ,tt!fiS7i
the undented, ,[.::;, '^'Ex
under the^'tV, *!
Pop's Boda Bai "Js "Hr
bualneai
Avenue, m the ,
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oj the Clrou !.; ,!',,T
Florida '"
Attorne) for Vim ,.
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S 19-26 ii 2-9
King Maps Program To
Bring Tourists Here
A state-wide program that will
bring more tourists and per-
manent residents to Florida was
outlined by Wilbur C. King, can-
didate for re-election to the Flor-
ida Railroad and Public Utilities
Commission, in conferences and
speeches in Dade and Broward
Counties this week.
Chairman King is serving his
first term on the commission. In
the May 2 primary he led his
nearest opponent in Dade County
nearly two to one. and state-wide
had a margin of 104,000 votes.
"When I went on the commis-
sion four years ag >," he said. "I
at once prop ised a reorganization
of the commission that has re-
sulted in placing experts in
;e of transportation and com-
munication. As a result. Florida
today is greatly improving these
ties. Train and bus schedules
have been increased and speeded
up. Many new stati ins are being
in Fi irida, with n
for s rving the traveling
public.
"Th< ts have bee: ref
ed in a much greater volume of
1. In addition, many new
i coming to Dade and
I C intii seeking per-
itions. They have
I that the high class trans-
lation and communu
they want are being supplied here
in Fl rida, We hope in the near
I i make these utilities
ng the best ;n the nation."
Miami Beach Post 330 of the
Jewish War Veterans has issued
a call to the community to help
all veterans regardless of color or
religion by contributing blood
on 'Blood' Bank Night" to be
held at the Miami Beach Y on
Wednesday, May 24. beginning at
6 p.m.
Dr. Mortimer Abrashkin. blood
bank chairman, announces that
donors must not eat for six hours
before giving blood. Qualified
I '."l.na I '
medical personnel will be on hand
to determine whether persons
may safely contribute.
Blood will be donated to Pratt
Hospital.
Pictured making plans for the
drive are (seated. 1. to r.) Eddie
Boyar. Commander Al Ossip;
(standing. 1. to r.) Leonard Tobin,
Sidney Simkowitz. Herman Soko-
low.
LEGAL NOTICE
DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC
HELP RELIABLE DAY
WOPKERS
S5.00
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Phonaa 1-5317 1-6727
61 N. E. 5th Streat
AL MEIOENBERQ, Owner
Faseell Calls For
Stream lining Of
Fla. 4*overniiient
Dante Faseell. candidate for
state representative in Group 2. is
advocating a program of stream-
lining the operations and func-
tions of Florida's government in
order to eliminate duplication,
waste and unnecessary expendi-
tures
Faseell, who will run against
Grant Stockdale in next Tues-
day's election, is stressing the
need for a central purchasing
system for all state departments
"Such a system will save hun-
dreds of thousands of dollars each
year." asserts ihe 33-year old
candidate who has resided in
Dade County for 25 years.
Faseell. past president of the
Young Democratic Club of Dade
County, served as attache with
the Dade Countv delegation at
Tallahassee during 1947 and 1949
sessions. As attache. Faseell draft-
ed legislation, acted as liaison
between the Dade delegation and
groups from other counties and
appeared before committei s,
The Candida :s also advocates
cutting the sales tax to two per
cent; planning ahead for state
services and improvements on a
10-year b?sis: maintaining cai'
state aporopriations for flood con-
trol 3nd a Florida tax connni.--
sion to equalize property asa -.--
ment.v
Gables Center To
Add Classrooms
Acting upon the unanimous
recommendation of the board of
directors, the Coral Gables Jewish
Center will proceed with building
plans for four additional class-
rooms to its building completed
this year.
The move was necessary be-
cause of the large and unexpected
increase in membership and at-
tendance of boys and girls in the
Sunday Religious School. Herbert
Gelernter. president, said.
The added rooms will accom-
modate three hundred boys and
girls and there will be a study
for the center's spiritual leader.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Congratulations. Dante Fascel'.
You are most qualified to repre-
sent ALL the people of Dade
County.
Sixty-one thousand persons
voted for A CHANGE, because
the "other fellow" WON'T "stay
hitched"Talks about foreign
trips, etc.. etc.
Lost our vote on May 2nd. but
well PULL LEVER 3A for you
on May 23rd.
Respectfully yours,
Z. O. Young. Chairman
Segall For Legislature Campaign
11M. Pol Adv.)
NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE
l\ THE S.MAI.I. CLAIMS COl'RT
FIFTH DISTRICT, -MIAMI BEACH
FLORIDA.No. 8770.
JOb'EPH Sill.I,MAN'. Plaintiff, vs
JERRY REGAN, Defendant.
notice is hereby given thai
under .mil by virtus of a writ of
execution Issued in the above styled
causi-, I, Harry S. HiKgins, Constable
of ih,- Fourth District mi Dade County,
Florida, have levied upon and will
:'iii for sale ami .-.II to the highest
bidder for cash at Hi a.m. on the
SOtll (lav of June. 1950, in the office
of th<- Honorable Kenneth Oka, Judge
of the Small Claims Court, at 35"
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha., all
the riant, title, and interest of said
JERRY REGAN in the following: de-
scribed property, to satisfy said execu-
tion, to-wlt: entire Interest in and
io the following:
inn- 1940 Hui.k four-door sedan.
dated this 12th day of May. 1950.
HARRY S HKitilNS,
Constable, Hade County, Fla.
."th District
(Seal)
By JOHN A. WHAI.KX, Deputy.
MANFRED J. BERLINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
1111 Lincoln Road
5 1A-L'>1 '. 2.9

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Ut
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY Jt'DOE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 20606.
RE: sWTATE OP
IRVING QREENBERG,
Deceased
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
t have filed my final report and petition
! for Final Discharge as ancillary exe-
outrlx of the estate of IRVING
GREENBERG, deceased: and that on
the 16 day of Jim.-, 1950, I will applx
to the Honorable w. p BLANTON.
County .luduc of Had*- County. Florida.
for approval of said final report and
for final discharge as ancillary
exei uti iv of the estate of IRVING
IIREENBERG, deceased.
This 12th day ->i May, 1950,
ETHEL GREENBERG
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys foi Ancillary Executrix
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ELECT
"MOIE" J. L.
TENDRICH
Your
Dade County
Democratic Executive
COMMITTEEMAN
Precinct 71
2nd PRIMARY MAY 23rd
LEVER 17A
(Pd. Pol. Adv )
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT coritT OF THE
11TU JIDIi'lAI, CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. IS271S.
wu.i.iam KRANZ, Plaintiff, vs.
ANNA KRANZ, Defendant.
TO ANNA KRANZ,
180 Riverside Drive
New York. X Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Mil of complaint for divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required lo serve a copy
of yi mswer t.. the LIU of com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney and
file the original answei In the office
of the Clerk of the Clrcuil Court on
or before the !0th day of June, 1950,
in default of which the LIU of com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
np.-iiist you.
Dated this 12 day of May, I9.".n.
K li I.EATHERMAN,
clerk ..1 the Circuit Court,
l Mil,- County, Florida.
Circuit Court S'eal)
By w.M. W.
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Plaintiff
Oil Blscayne Building
Floi Ida.
It ti -'-
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
M NASATIR, Program Director
YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR
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EVERY SUNDAY
12:00 Noon to 1:46 P. M
EVERY TUESDAY
:00 to 7:00 P. M.
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LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE
CLASSICALLITURGICAL
AND FOLK MUSIC
Liaten to our Special Feature at
"BUILDERS' OF "iSRAEL"
Narrator
HAROLD SHAPIRO
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT cui'itT i )F THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.-
IN CHANCERY, No, 132721.
WALTER ROBERT LEVITT,
Plaintiff, vs..
ALMA LEVITT, Defendant.
TO: ALMA LEVITT
'::-.'" 22(th Street
l-i Helton. I., t.
New York
You are hereby notified that a ault
for divorce has been brought against
you as above styled and you are
hereby required to serve a copy ol
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
on Plaintiff! attorney, and to file
the original answer in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the inth day of June, 1950.
otherwise a decree pro confesso may
be entered axniiiat urn.
Hated. May 12, 1:,0.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
circuit Court Seal)
By: W.M. W. STOCKING.
,,,., Deputy Clerk
MURRAY (IIHIPMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympia Building
Miami, Florida
5 lli-L'6 6'2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sth Street Bar at 450 N.W. 9th St..
Miami, intends to register aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Louis kusnick
Owner
BERICK SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicant
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FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1950
If rccdom House
Will Present
>lii>i-rainji
Marc BHtzstein's music-drama
The Cradle Will Rock," will have
Ijt.s first Miami performance on
(Saturday, May 20, at 8:50 p.m.
when H will be presented by the
I i) House Players at the
hi of Seafood, 22nd St. and
ICollins Ave.
Further performances there are
Scheduled for May 23 and 24, and
latai the work will be given at
I an House and Booker T.
t\\-.... igton High School.
Tin production is directed by
Tally Biown, stage director for
tlii' Modern Lyric Theater, New
|\ City and the Walton Opera
al director is Miami com-
I ianist Joseph Harnell.
Both young musicians are alumni
of the Berkshire Music Center,
there Miss Brown worked in the
department with Boris
jodowsky and Harnell studied
ition with Aaron Copland.
The cast of 26, recruited from
|lhe area, includes Boris Pritcher,
William Schlesinger, David Taub,
Rollo Layland.
Ipfelbaum Elected To
J-F Phi Beta Kappa
Walter Apfelbaum, 1411 S.W.
6th St., lias been elected to the
University of Florida chapter of
Phi Beta Kappa, national honor-
ary scholastic fraternity. His se-
ection til lowed his nomination to
Florida Blue Key.
Ibaum, a 19-year-old sen-
ior, was a member of the UF
Bebating team that won the title
"Thud Best in the Nation" at
e recent West Point National
Debate Tournament.
He was named sixth best de-
baler in the tournament when the
Sators lost, 4-3, to Vermont, the
national champion, in the semi-' Auxiliary To Sponsor
nals. Apfelbaum is a member of
Pi Lambda Phi fraternity.
+Jeisti Her Mian
'
PAGE ELEVEN
Lear Commencement
Slated For May 24
The Lear School at 1010 West
Ave.. Miami Beach, will hold its
outdoor commencement exercises
for the graduating class of 1950
on Wednesday. May 24, at 8 p m
on the school campus.
Sheldon Miller, class president,
will deliver the salutatory ad-
dress, and Elyse Feldman will be
the valedictorian.
College preparatory graduates
are Elyse Feldman. Bernice Gold-
berg. Barbara Greenfield. Mvrna
Meyers. Sheldon Miller 'and
Hilary Rott. High school prepara-
tory graduates include David
Leon, Jerome Manton. Phili ) Sol-
omon Judith Pasekoff and' Vera
Mae Shapiro.
Mrs. Morris B. Horwitz
Mrs. M. B. Horwitz To
Take Office Monday
The Sisterhood of Coral Gables
Jewish Center will hold its final
meeting of the season on Monday,
May 22, at 8:15 p.m. at the center.
The retiring president, Mrs.
Irving Gerstenfeld. will turn over
the gavel to the newly-elected
president, Mrs. Morris B. Hor-
witz, as she assumes her duties!
for the coming year,
The program will feature an
original skit highlighting the
events of the sisterhood during
the past year. This entertainment
is being written and directed by
Mrs. Herman Fisher and Mrs.
William Hechler.
Wolff Attends Meet
Henry E. Wolff attended an all-
day meeting of the executive
board of the National Federation
of Temple Brotherhoods Sunday
at the Paramount Hotel in New-
York City.
S. Herbert Kaufman. Harris-
burg, president of the NFTB. an
affiliate of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, presided
at the session, which was attended
by board members from all parts
of the United States and Canada,
representing 221 Reform Temple
Men's Club.
Israel's Freedom Torch Will Be Used
To Kindle Beth Sholom Eternal Light
Israel's Freedom Torch will be
used to kindle the new Eternal
Light at Temple Beth Sholom ai
its annual confirmation service on
Sunday. May 21, at 7:30 p.m., ac-
cording to an announcement by
Shepard Broad, president.
Kindled at the tomb of th-'
Maccabees and carried by mara-
thon runners throughout Israel to
Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion. the torch was flown to
Miami Beach especially for this
occasion. Also to be used in the
ceremony of
Eternal Light, a gift from this
year's confirmation class to the
temple, will be a replica of Amer-
ica's Statue of Liberty Torch.
The service will take the form
Ol a religious pageant entitled
"The Torch of Liberty," which
was written by the confirmation
class and their spiritual leader,
Rabbi Leon Kronish. The songs
and hymns were chosen and r?-
hearsed by Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, with the assistance of
Hy Fried, organist.
The confirmands will be pr}-
sented to President Broad f,
confirmation certificates bv Mrs.
Leon J. Ell. chairman of the
school board, and Sydney J
Greenberg, school principal.
Nancy Rothman. president of the
confirmation class, will make the
presentation of the Eternal Light.
: Louis J. Krensky, chairman of the
of kindling the new temple board, will receive the gft
ion behalf of the temple.
Confirmands are Kenneth Beck-
crman, Dalton Aaron Becker,
Morris N. Broad. Sandra Arden
Ell. Charles Jay Gratz. David
Carl Hillman, Roberta Keit, Ellise
Gertrude Kosch. Marilyn Joy
Krensky. Joseph Frederick' Ma-
lakofl". Nancy Sheila Rothman.
Rose Monnet Ruddv. Elizabeth
Simkowitz. Donna Louis Simon.
Barbara Joyce Weiss.
Sisterhood To Meet
The Sisterhood Chesed Shel
Emess will hold a meeting Thurs-
day. May 25. at 1 p.m. in the
Miami Hebrew School, according
to Mrs. Sam Geltner. secretary.
Rabbi Simon April will be trie
guest speaker.
:.P.A. Moves Office
Joseph L Otchin, New York
fcnd Florida C.P.A. formerly of
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* Jew is* rk>ridfiar
PAGE THIRTEEN
1 Will Attend
fnai BVith Meet
Lenty delegates from Knai
I'h lodges anud women s cnap-
jn Greater Miami will attend
74th annual District Grand
No F've convention in
d!ke Va.. May 27 through 30.
/announced by C. R. Jacobson
. ,r of the B'nai B'rith
tncii.
[he Miami Beach delegation,
by George Bertman, presi-
', the Greater Miami B'nai
:,.; C until, will include Irving
Ltzman, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Idstrom, David R. Isen, Jack
lident Godfrey K. New-
,'Gilbert J. Balkin and Mr.
Mrs. George J. Talianoff.
ilending the conclave from
blem Lodge will be President
I Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, Louis
; Milton A. Friedman. E.
. Pallot. Charles R. Jacob-
,,nd William Friedman. Coral
|bles Lodge will be represented
Prioident and Mrs. Alvin
renblum. Miss Miriam Gold-
L sident of Emma Lazarus
t :id Miss Paula Horowitz
als i attend.
Fhe H in. Frank Goldman, in-
I president of B'nai
...ill address the conven-
n Sunday. May 28 and the
bn A H. Feller, counselor of
' United Nations, will speak
hr.ciav evening. Dr. Abram L.
t ii csident of Brandeis Un-
ty will make the principal
ss of the convention on
U vening. May 30.
tes from 97 lodges in six
c j| tern states are expected
n out for the event.
YEMENITES BROUGHT TO ISRAEL BY UJA
GATHER FIRST HARVEST ON SHAVUOTH
B'nai B'rith Groups
Fete Pratt Patients
Weekly parties for hospitalized
veterans in the TB ward are
! sponsored by members of B'nai
B'rith lodges and women's chap-
ters in the Greater Miami area
under the direction of Mrs. Sid-
ney Boeninger and Leo Steinman,
C. R. JacoDson, director of the
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami, discloses.
Professional night club enter-
tainment, refreshments and gifts
are presented to the men in the
ward at these affairs.
Marushka, popular Ukranian
vocalist, has been called back re-
peatedly for performances on
| "B'nai B'rith Night" every Thurs-
day. She also appears profession-
ally on radio station WVCG every
Saturday morning and dedicates
her songs to the hospitalized
veterans.
The B'nai B'rith Veteran's Hos-
pital Service Program was re-
cently co-ordinated to include
participation by all twenty lodges
in the state of Florida in this
important program.
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DUPLICATED
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Israeli Liberty
A special anniversay party
Di iting the independence
[the State of Israel will be held
Miami Zionist District
inday, June 4, at the home of
an i Mrs. Harry Gordon, 2201
buth Miami Ave., it was an-
bunced by Herman Siegal,
resident.
[The event, under the direction |
Mr. Gordon, fund-raising
[lairman, will feature games.
incing, entertainment, "all the
|od you can eat," barbecue and
rizes. he revealed.
Tickets may be obtained by
klkng Gordon, 3-3431; Herman
Beijal, 3-1017; or Ted Nelson.
w4J8. Proceeds are earmarked
fa* I e local Zionist Youth Com-
k:-:.m and the American Zionist
Shavuoth. which marks the gathering of the first fruits, has
special significance this year for these Yemenite Jews recently
brought to Israel by the United Jewish Appeal. Here they are
shown at the settlement of Maoz Zurim. in Northern Israel,
harvesting olives. The United Jewish Appeal is urgently in need
of funds to provide homes ofr 94.000 immigrants still in reception
camps and the thousands of newcomers entering every month.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is currently conducting a
drive to raise $1,481,146, major portion of which is earmarked
for UJA.
Baiah Young People
7ill Meet Sunday
[Temple Isaiah Young People's
g will hold a special meet-
Sunday, May 21, at 8:30 p.m.
the Sorrento Hotel, Miami
ich.
v- y ride, open house party-
Id ince to be held during the
two months will be dis-
sed. Dancing will follow the
3.000 Expected
At Y Meeting
More than 1,000 persons are ex-
pected to take part in the sixth
annual meeting and program of
the YM and YWHA of Miami
Beach May 28 at 8 p.m.
Milton Sirkin, president of the
Y, said that Al Ossip will be
chairman of the event. Nomina-
tion of officers and board mem-
bers will be followed by enter-
tainment depicting "Mr. YMHA
and Family" in song and dramat-
ics. Dancing will conclude the
evening.
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*Jewist Fk>ridliairi
"Measure of Freedom," ADL Report, Hailed
Successful attacks on dei ply
imbedded patterns of rai
religious prejudice in
of American life n ;'
1949. the Anti-Di I ition
of B'nai B'rith
annual sun
Miami recently by L,
Abess, Ivisory 1
and ex
li igu< 's f:
"However,"
"shocking is I : thai i vi
SI.000.on,: ded by I
leading prol
12-m< nth p i id."
Qi eatest pi -. ss ag n I
criminal: n, t stal
achieved in higher education
sports in Florida and the South
wheie the Ku Klux Klan
"fragmentized" ::nd in a nun
of Northern states which enacted
laws i stablishing fair employ-
n nt, h using and educational
|
"Throughout the year," Abess
said, "then was a unrest

T^
A MEASURE
OF FREEDOM
Arnold Forst
4&
Arnold Forster. pictured above, is author of the widely ac-
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cited for its fearless expose of hate-mongers.
to ben U I -.: ugh utthecoun- from big corporations and proml-1 feed themselves as out-and-out
\'h '[, ? "f Ll! nent industrialists. racist groups,
and the public at large were _
disquieted by the dangers in- Gerald Smith. His Christian Except on the West Coast.
herenl in leeply-rooted pre- Nationalist Crusade was enriched I where Gerald Smith rallies often
judices which w li I D.v moie than S150.000. attracted audiences of 2.000 and
the nati n full re- Gerald Winrod, Fundamentalist more, attendance at public anti-
. : is p, pie, preacher and publisher of anti- Semitic meetings were shunned
"Desoite the oroeress we s',mitic Periodicals. About S100.- by the American public. Most
ablel g?0 was received at his Wichita, propagandists'invested heavily in
in the ,n Kansas, headquarters. pamphlets and periodicals. Forty-
. :.'. : Upton Close, oolumnist and nine regular anti-Semitic pub-
se trans- ications were circulated last year.
.. d broadcasts ted the report said.
m Mexico s border statlcns, The Florida regional office of
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Swift,
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*Jewisti Fk>rfdMan
Emma Lazarus
(Group To Install
\ formal installation banquet
Lremony will seat officers of the
lEnim.i Lazarus Chapter, Business
land Professional Women, B'nai
iB'rith, on Saturday, May 20, at
17 p.m. at the Robert Richter
III,,!.!. Miami Beach.
am Goldstein will be in-
Igtalled as president and Mrs.
I Albert Moss, president of the
si F< deration of Florida B'nai
B'rith Women's Chapter, will of-
ficiate as installing officer.
R.ibbi Morris Skop of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center will deliver
the principal address and George
j Talianoff, Miami Beach at-
torney, will preside as toast-
I master.
Other officers to be installed
include Paula Horowitz, first vice
I president; Deana Abrashkin,
! second vice president; Vivian
Schiffer, recording secretary;
Mrs. Kuth Katzif, corresponding
secretary; Florence Morduchay,
financial secretary; Tina Fischer,
treasurer; Ethel Pont, monitor;
jfrs. Fannie Spring, parliamen-
tarian; Shirley Rosenberg, his-
torian.
q 1 of directors includes
kin. Mrs. Mollie Cohen,
| I -man. Edyth Fleischer.
Edith S mmons, Irene Sklar and
1. i Tickos.
I,.ik<'sil<' Inn To
0)cii On Juno 1
T Miami Beach businessmen,
v.- ; Stanley Segal, will
II. riders inville, -\.
C irt hotels, Lakeside
I el.
onstructed in 1946,
I L ikeside is now
. refurnishing pro-
will be completed by
iti Located on Lake
o. the resort has a dozen
( in addition to its hotel
I
in pastimes as rid-
in.:, swimming, boating, fishing
and picnics will be regular events
on the Lakeside schedule this
season, according to William
Segal, who will operate the hotel.
Segal revealed that Lakeside
would inaugurate a program of
nightly entertainment and danc-
ing for the 1950 season with such
special features as square dancing
contests on the recreation agenda.
Golfing at nearby Hendersonville
Golf Course also is available for
Lakeside guests.
The hotel's American plan
opening is slated for June 15,
Segal said.
h\o o-.a*} -iit tin
'jioiiitninUhiqvr ban
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
loach Center To
Part lefpate In
National Survey
The Miami Beach.Jewish Cen-
ter will participate in the na-
tional survey of the 1
Synagogue of America, it was
announced by Harry Sirkin. con-
gregation president, and Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. spiritual li
The survey will be cond
in cooperation with the Bureau
of Applied Research of Columbia
University and will cover four
main areas of congregational
activity including religious serv-
ices, children's Jewish education,
adult Jewish education and youth
work. While one part of the sur-
vey will deal with statistical data
in these fields, opinions on the
basic issues of congregational life
will be sought from the rank and
file membership of the congrega-
tion.
A survey committee will handle
all the mechanics of the inquiry
which Sirkin reports will be
carried out under all safe-guards
of complete anonymity.
Results of the survey will be
reviewed at the forthcoming na-
tional convention of the United
Synagogue in Washington, D. C.
and will be released with recom-
mendations based on these
findings.
PAGE FIFTEEN
MARKS 30th YEAR AS
LEADER IN JEWISH EDUCATION
Dance Proceeds Will
Go Towards Center Site
The Northside Jewish Center is
formulating plans for a dance t i
be held on June 4 at the Hun-
garian Cultural Club, N.W. 2nd
Ave. at 39th St.
Dr. William K. Boros lias been
named chairman of the function.
Assisting him are M. S
tickets: Martin Weiss, waiters
Herbert Hochfelson, kitchen ;
David Epstein, food; William
Rothman and Mrs. Rose Borkin
entertainment: Mrs. Herbert
Hochfelson and Mrs. Martin
Weiss, hostesses.
Proceeds from the affair will
go towards the purchase of a
center building site.
[luncheon given by the PTA of
Beth Sholom May 6. Over 200
I mothers and children attended the
affair.
' Special songs and skits were
written for the occasion by Rabbi
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader >>C
the congregation, and by Sydney
J. Greenberg, principal of the
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Miami professor. Mr. Hendi
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niembi r of many welfare organ-
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our school system i have saved
tax payers thousands of dollars."
Dr. Pinkhos Churgin. dean.
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versity, who is being honored
upon his completion of thirty
years of outstanding service at
the university. Dr. Churgin is
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PAGE SIXTEEN
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FRIDAY. MAY

Sholem Lodge
Launches Drive
For Members
A unique membership drive
has been launched by Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith and 16 local
office buildings are being can-
vassed "from sidewalks to roof."
according to an announcement
by Bernard Newmark, lodge
membership chairman.
The intensive drive for new
members in B'nai B'rith will fol-
low the pattern set successfully
in other eastern metropolitan
communities. Newmark said.
President Sidney Aronovitz has
Mrs. Goldberg Heads
Beach Golden Agers
Mrs. Anna Goldberg was in-
stalled as president of the Golden
Age Friendship Club of the Miami
Beach Y at ceremonies Sunday.
May 14, at 2 p.m.
Other officers installed at the
rites were Mrs. Annette Lewis,
first vice president; Mrs. Lena
Weiscopf, second vice president;
Harry Zeldman, recording secre-
tary: Mrs. Claire Koopman. fi-
nancial secretary; Norman Suk-
| loff, treasurer.
The new president has an-
announced\ha\''5VnVe'n'a7e'beVng!nounccd ,hat the club wil1 con"
invited to join the country's oldest!tinue Its activities over the
Jewish service organization dur- summer and plans are being
ing the drive. formulated for a boat ride and a
tt j u. mi ... i.erie* of picnics and wiener roasts.
Under the office building cam- I
paign plan, captains have been
appointed to offer invitations to
outstanding Jewish men in the
community. Gold menorah pencils
and parchment certificates will be
awarded to building captains se-
curing five or more members and
19,
._, v_-.j. Hotel. Mrs. Melvin Benner is, Chairman t ~^^
Tropical fl omen chairman of the affair | ,** affairk
The chapter has completed final j are the Mesdame r
arrangements for a card party Joseph Feldn,-,n o Wi
and dance to be held on Wednes- ine Laih. p' Sam ost
day evening. May 24, at the Sor- Herman FeTdrr??, Kr"
rento Hotel.______________________purchased at the S?U^
Schedule Events
Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold its annual donor
luncheon on Sunday. May 21. in
the dining room of the Sorrento
ting t
door.
Art Exhibition
To Aid Israel
A "Benefit for Israet" exhibi-
tion of pictures, consisting of
marcasite menorah pins will be i Pastels and watercolors. by Polish
presented by District Grand artist. Paula Warsaw, will be on
Lodge Five to workers enrolling display at Tucker Galleries. Alton
ten members or more. A special'
membership award will also be
given by the Greater Miami B'nai
B'rith Council.
Captains include Jay Schwartz.
American Title and' Insurance
Building: Moie Tendrich, Bis-
Road and 41st St., from May 23
to June 6.
Miss Warsaw was born in
Kobryn, Poland, and emigrated to
this country with her family in
the mid-twenties. She has been
Congress BIdg.: E. Albert Pallot,
cluPont Bldg.: Herbert Fiebelman.
First National Bidg.: Eli Hurwitz,
Fashion Mart Bldg.: E. S. Hirsch,
Huntington Bldg.: David L
man. Ingrahm Bldg.: Joseph
Rayvis, Langford Bldg.: Rabbi S.
M. Maehtei. Olympia Bldg.: Frank
Gab Pacific- Bldg.: Col. Michael
cavne Big.: David Levy. Calumet seriously interested in painting
Bldg.: Harold Friedman. Chamber since her early teens, and though
of Commerce Bldg.:_ Marx Faber, \long periods of poor health and
unwholesome environment were
not very conducive to creative
work, she has persevered in her]
Studies and in 1946 again studied
one semester at the Santa Barbara
University.
For the past year Miss Warsaw
has been a resident of Miami
Beach. She lost manv relatives
RlHc. ~v 'C|k >'mk, ;,nd friends in EurPe under the
S ': *1,x. (.:.."'. shc'!Va':1 Nazi Regime, and has relatives
Bdg.. Sherburt Weiss. Seybold ad friends who are struggling
Bldg. and Frank Jaffe, Mayfair
Theatre Bldg.
To Hold llance
ggling
to rehabilitate themselves in the
new country of Israel. She has
i nly the hardships of these
people and her inability to help
due to her ill-health and lack of'
means. Her one-man exhibition
The Golden Age Friendship I at Tucker Galleries represents a
Club of the Miami Jewish Com- |m*_Jo,r "ort .n her P81? to help
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new V.MHA in Jerusalem, which ,
the group has taken over as its
project for the year.
H. Kam. chairman of the event.
announces that ..ere will be re-
freshments and entertainment.
Ami ng : tivities of the
unit are a forum conducted by
Samuel Rothstein on Tuesday at
2:30 p.m. and n evening of sing-
ing and dancing with Henry
Garrison in charge on Thursday
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BDAY. MAY 19, 1950
LEGAL NOTICES
"TJoTICE BY PUBLICATION
Jug[CIRCUIT COURT OK THK
r JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Tr DAUB COUNTY, FLORIDA-
CHANCERY, No. 132730.
,,,. i| l-oMKRANTZ. Plaintiff,
. M.
GLADT8
miaul
S. POMERANTZ.
Ir!;l','\i"vs S. POMKRANTZ
I,, Hawthorne Avenue
Inrark S, New Jersey
Be"
Oil
red i
Fine
iili
liniilI
final
. New Jersey
hereby ordered
re-
Hlld
-.ive a copy of your Answer
Kill of Complaint, a copy of
closed herewith, on
- Attorney, and file the
:. the office of the Clerk of
:iit Court on or before the
(lav of June, I!."0, otherwise the
,,f said Hill will be taken
' I...... by you.
...p.I at Miami, Florida, this lath
of May. 1930.
i: It. l.KATHKRMAN.
Clerk <>f the Circuit Court.
cult I'ourt Seal)
By: M. C. FEIOE.
Deputy Clerk.
i->si:\. ESQ.,
I'lalnllff
fevboUl Hldg.,
Fin
6 2-9
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THK
II JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
iR l'\l>i: cuUNTY, FLORIDA.
CHANCERY, No. 132761.
.. IMA S HENRY, Plaintiff, vs.
IEXJA.MIN PAUL HENRY,
lalll
[tENJAMIN PAUL HENRY
Pi ill Street
a 11 Missouri
f reby ordered and required
It.....p.V of your Answer to tht
of Complaint, a copy
I. sell
I n>
LEGAL NOTICE
"Jewisti fkridistr)
PAGE SEVENTEEN
NOTICE O^P^UicATToN
TAX DEED
NOTICE M*S&S? alVKN
Boskln. holder
LEGAL NOTICE
FOR | NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR_
Ben Buskin' h.dder "/''J,^'
Drainage District Tax Sale rHtf,^"1"
numbered 4,131 SKI ,f[ '..""'ficatei.
the 31st ,!,.!: -"d ......T. ,|.,.,|
8-^*eiV&SSt. In"' "^ """
nnd has made pSSS&XtfftJgEl
thereon In accordance x ,i
t issu
law. Said

CHAPTER TAg5Sri
File A-lJ-Htt
OF ly-tl
Dad.
embrace.I in Certificate' v,,
celtiflcate issued
:
of which
herewith, on Plaintiffs
and file the original In the
:li. Clerk of the Circuit Court
the 15th Day of June,
the allegations of said
|f......I
.1 l
M
will be taken as
Florida, this 16th
1
uplalnt
\ o||.
Mia ill
ll'.'.U.
I! I.KATHER.MAN.
k of the Circuit Court
i Seal)
By: M. C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk
\. ESQ..
Plaintiff
; Building,
la
I
.ojij under the said certifleai.
-uedwas the nam- RSS E
Lota 28 29 m....u i ,.
Perrlne Canter, it Bub?Wi B^ka?
Page 17 located in Dad- County State
- >'>.. I lie assessment
property under the
Issued was In the
1 leas.
of said
said certificate
name of Wj|| i|.
Unless said certificates shall |. .,..
of'junVT.E ftsT" "" tlW 6th "">
a.,i.,"i,9l;o!h'" lhe 3r" "ay "f Mav'
B, B LEATHERMAN,
< lerk Circuit Court,
,r>, -. Dade Couiitv, Floi id i
(Circuit Court Seal) '
By N. C. STERRETT,
5/5-12-19-26 6/2 "'"'"'V Clw*'
IV vnSJ'SH BY PUBLICATION
1\J!.lJ- CIRCUIT COURT OF Tilt'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
PKI.olll.iA, IN ANDFORDADE
FsMm! ~ CHANCERY, N.
James Phlllto Oradwell, Plaintiff, vs.
,;;"' ''.i''lweii, Defendant.
Janet L. Oradwell,
'.... W. Johnson street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
c/o Eldrldge.
copy of
'plaint
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IRCI IT Cl il'RT (F THE
|I.i:vi:\i|| JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
tXI
'!.
Ill \
FOR DADE COUNTY, f
IN CHANCERY, No
IX I.AXi
uxiii:
ANNA
AXXA I.
ER. Plaintiff,
I'. i. ml.int.
ANGER
>th Avenue
\. w York
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
for l livorce has been filed
ii 'ii the above entitled
l you an- hereby required
i cop) of your Answer to the
"omplaint on the Plaintiffs
I tile the original in the
:< oi ihe Clerk of Circuit Court on
''.,:; h:'" ith. a. d. i960.
AH. i ill Miami, Florida, this 16
of May, A, D, 1950.
K U I'EATHERMAN,
n of the circuit Court of the
eelith Judicial Circuit, in and
County, Florida.
' "nit Seal)
!; H M W. STOCKING,
SILVER "e"uty ''lcrk-
v WAYNE,
for I'laintiff
I''Hiding
i ida
ill.
' IT.
Ham
'
You arc required to serve a
your answer to the BUI of >:...
mil' "';':'",>'" thi Pontiff's attorney,
orrice oi the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before th. 12th d it of
June, AD i960, otherwise, the BHI
of. Complaint for Divorce, heretofore C......tj of Had
f"^dhby'youW"..... taken M ......"
IODda,y -B-B. LEATHERMAN,
1 lerk of the Circuit t;0 u
Dade County, Florida.
'< Ireult Court Seal)
By M. C. PEiaE,
Name and Addr.sa of """"v Clerk
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
1023 Beybold Building
Miami. Florida.
5/12-19-26 6 2
a'ax-d^d' H"^JWtfM. To]
-. ifi, "' "' 'ssu,,l 'hereon. Said
... ''; M, In the county oi
rertffuaate'vo1'^,,^1,as '""'"
-.,."::? ^Kfat'r^ waa ln tha
Sub i*',,'''.'"'^ *4 Vihvvly City, a
Countv r i "'i'k l! Pt" n> '"' the
..,V.i '''''' S|a"- ,,f Florida, u
' mbraced In Certificate No Sill tS
,, ,. ;;"'f";"- issued was In the
name of Dave Screvens.
I V Sub'Yi',;1",'.14 ''i"lineton Hgts.,
Countv ."k l:;' ,,;,K" Bl- ln he
i ounty oi Dade, State of Florida
embraced in Certificate x!,.
The asessmentiof said property under
tni said certificate issh.-.i was in the
name p .i.. Barry Fitzgerald,
t,. i .1 :. 1!t"i ? 1,i"" Addn.
w h' Sul' l'1'" l!""k s> PBe
b. in the i ounty of i .,!,., st.lt(, ,,f
Florida as embraced in Certificate
o. H-i. in,, assessment of said
property under the said certificate
huued was In the name of Rosie
Lot 9, Block :., Little River Holl-
ands. A Sul, Plal Book !. |-a..,, i-i
in the County of Had.-, state of
Mori.ij,. as embraced in Certificate
NO. ."". I'h.- as.-i-ssini.nl of said
property under the said
issued was in the name of
i ii ines.
Lot 18, Block 1, Natoina Manors, A
Sub., Plat Book 24, Page 13, In the
County oi Dade, state of Florida as
embraced In Certificate No i.'.l'" The
assessment of said property under the
said certificate Issued was j ti,(.
name of Kathleen M. Carter
Lot 11, Block I, MeKeever Terr.. A
Sub., Plat Book 9, Page 49, in the
...... state of Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No. i2::v' The
assessment of said pi-opertv under
the said certificate Issued was in the
name of Unknown.
Lot 12, Block I. MeKeever Terrace,
A sub. Plat Book 9, Page 49, in the
i ounty of Had.-, state of Florida, as
embraced in Certificate No. 12383. The
--in.nt of said property under lh
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
i,a1V,<'1'N7J... JUDGE'S COURT.
21S!..-! COUNTT l-'I-oRiDA.-No.
RE: ESTATE OF
IRVING R. BECKER,
I leceased.
fuM.>TK'l';,'l\'"'l"t'1'-v *lv that I have
Fn 1 !Vl ?"' le|M>rt "",l PUtlOII for
l-lnal Discharge as administratrix of
the estate of Irving It. Becker, de-
i easel; and that on the 15th day of
Jne, 1950, [ will apply to the Ilo'nor-
i. S *%A h- "lanton. County .ludge >r
Dade .County. Worida. for approval
'I said final report and for final
iischarKe as Administratrix of u,
^MSVi&Stf......Med
MARK SILVEflTS'* BECKEa
Attorney for Administratrix
12-19-24 6/2
LEGAL NOTICE
'.ifj, ;,t,
.'has. F.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FJNAL
DISCHARGE
>','!,'K?.ZV ;""*": S COURT. DADE
A^HRA^^BtUde^dKNOWN
h,"v"m'T: i%.,""''> Hven that i
have filed my final report and petition
Final Discharge as Executrix of
the estate of Sarah Raphael, deceased;
I960, I wd| apply to the Honorable
.mnt',. ;-',"",", COMty .hide,. f |,;|,.
County, Florida, for approval of said
rmal report and far final discharge as
ttanwfc "' '!!" Mtate "f S-"^1'
Raphael, deceased.
This 3rd day of May, 1950.
HELEN A. 1.V. INS,
Executrix of the Estate of Sarah
Raphael, deceased
MYERS. IlKlMiX & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Kxccutrix
" '.-12-1H-2.;
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..__ NAME LAW
W HEREBY OIVEN that
..", 'Us'n"5," engage In
inder the fictitious name of
; "J.AOE at 426 Michigan
Beach, Dade County,
itenaa to register said name
1,. ', ",'., "','', '''rcuit Court
Florida,
JU'TY-DUMPTY
RVICE STATIONS, IX,'
>;..iBkENNEi?MER'Pr":
Applicant
Itoad
1 Florida.
:E ii?.?!r f'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|J "KREBY GIVEN that
;;i. leslring to engage In
, ,..'-...'t'tious name of
., ,' p'K TAIE LOUNGE at
. S. E. 1st s......,.
.'' '.tend t reglsUr -aid
,',',' ]'lU of the Circuit
' '''inly. Florida.
:, -' I'll: I. s. ALBERT
l!A ROTHBARD
:,:i;u- **>*
..' h. Florida
. ..NOT,CE TO CREDITORS
IN I III-. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
m &5E FUH DADE COUNTY, A.'D.'*i'9
'nil ~ PROBATE, No.
In Re: ESTATE OF
ARTHUR WEIL,
I leceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby i
notified and required to pres.-nt any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Arthur Weil, deceased, late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
| \\ 1- Blanton. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same in his office
I In the County Courthouse In Dade
.County, Florida, within eight calendar
'months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred, gee Section 120 of the
11.33 Probate Act.
Date .Mav !. A.D. litr.0.
F'REIi Ii HERCHER
As Administrator of the Estate of
Arthur Well. Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator.
S/12-19-28 .; 2
certificate issued was in the name
I nknown.
Unless said certificates shall be fe-
ll, .nnd according to law, the propertj
described herein will be .-old to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday in the month
of June. A. I). 1950, which is the 5th
day of June. A. D, 1950.
Dated this the 25th day of April,
---.o.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court, Dade
Cminty. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. c. STERRETT,
Deputy Clerk.
I 28 5-12-19
i.N
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
PILE 18758
Notice is hereby given that Ben
Boskin holder of City of Miami Tax
Sale Certificate Numbered 3GT2, dated
the 2nd day of June, A.D. 1947, has
filed said Certificate In my office, and
has made application for tax deed to
Issue thereon in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property, situated in
Dade Countv, Florida, to-wit:
1-ot 25, Blk. I, Subdivision of Dale
Miller Trait Addition Number 1. Plat
Itook 2, Page 7". in the City of Miami,
County of Had.. Slate of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate issued was in
the name of Unknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing t.
on tin
Dat.
1950
law, lax deed will issue lh.-icon
6th day of June, A.D. 1950.
d this 3rd day of May. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C. STERRETT,
Deputy Clerk
5/5-12-19-26 6/2
lT'C|f..Mr.f|JB~i-'CATIO^
'I-.-.'.. w"fcivn I ivIN aiioruey. anil ine in
B.KVT t tTmS2Frt '"" THE ""'''' "'' ,ne clM*
hlipllit ',,1. "it IAI. CIRI'CIT Court on Or before .
_.!> AND FOR DADE DATED at Miami;.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND For DADE COUNTY,
FI.oriha. in CHANCERY, No.
132.;:'::.
EVE ROMERO LEVY. Plaintiff, vs.
GILBERT LEVY, Defendant.
TO: GILBERT LEVY
ll.n Woodruff Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
Y.'U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that o Bill for Divorce has been filed
against you in the above entitled
cause and vou are hereby required to i "-;;'.
serve a copy of your Answer to the HELEN SNYDER^jnalntlff, vs
Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs -1"
and file the original ill til
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I >F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
13240
.....NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN I HE CIRCUIT COURT OP THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL c'RfUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
I'^'iuf'- ~ 'X CHANCERY, No.
SAMUEL '.I. PELD, Plaintiff, vs.
ROSE I'KLD. Defendant
TO: R' )SE PELD,
133-30 Laurelton Parkway,
I-iiiielton. Look Island,
New York.
YOU ARK NOTIFIED a Bill of
Complaint for divorce has been filed
against you in the above cause, and
you are required to serve a cop) of
: your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney
: and file th.....-iginnl In the ofl of
the ''lerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the ::isi day of Mav. 1950:
[otherwise the allegations of said Kill
oi Complaint will bo taken as con-
fessed by you.
-May 2nd,' I960.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court.
(( ucuit Court Seal)
By: C. R. WILSON.
..... I'' puty clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
92" Lincoln Road,
Miami Leach, Florida.
5/3-12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
!N THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
132479.
MAX S LEVIN, Plaintiff, vs. SARA
K LEVIN, Defendant.
To: SARA K. LEVIN
<\o -Mrs. Riva Cordero
25 Bast Mosholu Parkway
Apartment 2-D.
Bronx, New York.
You. sara K. LEVIN,-are hereby
notified that a Kill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a cony
of your An.-wer or Pleading to the
Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
Attorneys, Genel A Genet, 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 5th day of June.
1950, If you fail to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken against vou for
tho relief demanded in the Kill of
Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for lour consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Flori.liaii.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this :! day of Mac AD. 1950.
E. B. l.KATHKRMAN.
clerk, Circuit Court,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN lili: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH judicial CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE "'OUNTY
FLORIDA. -- IN CHANCERY, No!
EDWARD A ill.VXN, Plaintiff, vs.
'LORENCE QLYNN. Defendant.
To: FLORENCE GLYNN,
30 Locust Hill Avenue,
Yonkeis. New York.
TOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the bill of
complaint on the plaintiff's atti......v.
and file the original answer in tha
office of the clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 2 day of June. I960,
in the above entitled cause for divorce,
otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you. *
DATED this 2 day of Mav. l'jjo
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
ci.rk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seali
By YVM. XV. STOCKING,
_.-...... Deputy Clerk.
EMANUEL LBVENSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
tiiiT Biscayne Building,
Miami 82, Florida.
5/5-12-19-26________^_________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL circuit
OF PI/OKI DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA. -IN CHANC-
ERY, No. 132353.
ROJE SLOTZ, Plaintiff, vs. MOSES
BLOTZ, Defendant
TO: MR. .MOSES SLOTZ
R. D. No. 1
Bos 27.",
West Albany. Newr York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFED that
a Kill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Kill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's attorney, and filo
the original Answer In the office of
tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
I before the 29th clay of May, I960, In
I default oi which, the Kill ..f Complaint
I will be taken as confessed against vou.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
' Dade Count)', Florida, Ibis 2Mb dav of
April, 1950.
E. K. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of til.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) W'M. YV.
LEO SHE1NER
Attoi ney for Plaintiff
1204-05 Pacific Ituilding
Miami 32, Florida
I'lion. : 52-7674.
5/5-12-19-26
Circuit Court
S'l'l ICKINC.
D. putj clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKREKY ISIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi in
business under the fictitious nan.- of
CHEF' FOODS at 2317 N.W. Tth
Avenue, Miami, intends to register
.-aid name \\ t.ii the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad. County, Florida.
i : d.l l-RICH Cl dtl'i 'RATION
By Audre) Esther Goldflnger
Vice President
:., 5-12-19-26 6 u
i Circuit
Dade
Court S-all
By R.
QENET & GENET
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
5 5-12-19 26
i '.unity, Florida.
H KICK. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
in chancery: Nc
vBlNOWE
- PHILIP
.Ii iDi ivioil,
JoDoVlCH,
-by
for
I
UP JODOVH3H. (29 Ash-
;'; \oiikers. N,.u- ropk
"'.."''I that a Kill of
"ivorco has been filed
",''"' .You are required
In ,'' '',, y,,ul" Answer or
he Bill of Complaint .
'"' S vl ',"'i",V' MAX "
n'd" ill' .".''' Bul><>lnB, Miami.
," t by default will be
Wi. -.... i Complaint.
Nh,' RDERED at .Miami.
"'I day of May, A.D.
attorney, and file the
t of the circuit
June 9th, 1930.
..... Florida, this l>
day of .Mav, A.D. 1950.
i: K LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Elevi nth Judicial Circuit, in and
for Dade Countv, Florida.
(Circuit c.uirt Seal)
By \YM. \Y. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
PA1.I.OT. SILVER. TATHAM
,& WAYNE
Attorneys for Plaintiff
11214-1!" Congress Building
| Miami. Florida
.-.'12-19-20 6/2
To
this
'V'^I-KATIIKRMAN.
clerk. Circuit Court,
Court Seal) ,'"""'y' F,'"'i'"1
l:v WM. xv. BTOCKING,
SILVER ''.puty Clerk.
11,-26 1,|a'n,lff
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the iindei'siuned, desiring I" engage In
business under the fictitious name pi
ASBURY APARTMENTS at ..41 &.V>
4th Av.nue. Miami. Florida. Intend
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. ___
GEOROK STI NE
LII.LIi: STONE
la U'lS STONE
SARAH K. STONE
EI.RV STONE ... _
mm Congress Building. M:.mil Fla.
Attorney for GEORGE STONE.
I.ILLIK STONE, LOUIS STONE
and SARAH K. STONE
5/5-12-19-26
NYDER, Defendant.
: JOSEPH SNYDER,
c ,. i ioodman.
n;i Bleeker street.
New York City, New York.
Yor ARE NOTIFIED a Kill
Complaint for divorce ha- been
against you in the above cause
you arc required to serve a cop)
your .\n.-w.r on the plaintiff's attorney
and file the original In the office of
the ci.rk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 29th day of May, 1950:
otherwise the allegations of -aid BUI
of Complain! will be taken a- con-
r< --. i by you.
May 1st, 1950,
!:. K. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Circuit Court Seal)
By W.M. W. STOCKING,
l >eputy ciurk.
JACK A. ABBOTT,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
!<27 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida.
:, 5-12-19-26
f
filed
nid
of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Colographic Press at 355 N. E. 59th
Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk Of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
I.ITIIO PKKSS, INC
PRANK !:. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicant
I 28 5/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
businc-s under the fictitious nam. of
SUN CITY VINTNERS, at 690 N.W.
13th Street. Miami. Florida, and at
12260 N.E. 13th Court, Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
HAROLDF COYLE
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
MARION FREHL1NG
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME IiLANK
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
aitorne).- for Applicants
5/5-12-19-26
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY .11"DC.K'S Cl .CRT. 1 >ADB
COUNTY. FLORIDANo. 22121.
RE: E8TATE OF
SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND,
1 .ceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Aneillaiv Ad-
mlnlstrator, C.T.A. of the estate of
SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, deceased;
and that on the 29 da) of May, 1950,
will apply to the Honorable w. F.
BLANTON, c......ty Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
a- Ancillary Administrator, C.T A.
of the Will of SHIRLEY L. DE
ARMOND, deceased,
This 2Mb day of April, 1950.
MAX R. SILVER.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator, C.T A.
.-., 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Craftwood Products at 27.-. N.W. 27th
St., intends to register said name
with the clerk of the circuit Court
, f I iade C.mnty, Florida.
ROBERT L. SHNAYERSON '
Owner
5/5-12-19-26 6/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMR LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
busim ss under the fictitious name of
Green Trading Co, at 586 North Miami
Avenue, Intends to register said name
with the clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
MILToN IRVING GREEN
Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
4 28 .-,',"1-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKKY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to ens
business under the fictitious nam, ..l
MARI.1N FXJCIPMENT CO. (not Inc.)
at 2011 Calais Drive, Miami Beach,
Intend to register said name wit.li the
clerk of the Circuit Court oi Dado
County, Florida.
BERN \KD RODINS
m \i:v II RoDINS
GEORGE I. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Applicants
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
5/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the fictitious name of
Johannes1 Talrars & Dry Cleaners at
ll in West Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
NATHAN ABRAMOWITZ
Sole i iwner
MYERS. HEIMAN .^ KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
5/6-12-19.26 i
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vJewistncridian

Leo Osheroff Wins
Israeli Fellowship
Two University of Florida stu-
dents. Leo Osheroff of Miami
Beach,,and Herbert Sohn of Jf
sonville, were awarded Israeli
Fellowship to Israt I, accordin
an announcemenl made folio
the annual 9pring session if the
Southern Zionist Youth Commis-
sion held in Jacksonville Sum
The Jacksonville Zionist x.
Commission, headed by Mrs.
Maurice Cherry, awarded a S500
fellowship to Sohn and the
Florida and Southeast! rn R< gions
of Hadassah made a similar
award to Osheroff. Both y
men will devote a year's servici
to the Zionist movement upon
their return to the South.
Osheroff is the immediate past
president of the Southern Inter-
collegiate Zionist Federation of
America Region and is graduating
from Law School at the Uni-
versity of Florida this summer.
Sohn is the newly elected presi-
dent of the Southern Intercol-
legiate Zionist Federation of
America Region, and past presi-
dent of the Southern Young
Judaea Region and is one of the
outstanding young Zionists in the
South.
fWDAY.MAY,
Revamping Florida Bar
John T. Wigginton, Tallahassee
attorney, recently began the
history-making revamping of the
Florida Bar, following his election
to the presidency of the Florida
State Bar Association at the
croup's convention in Ormond
Beach.
Tiie association was dissolved
nt the meet and the new Florida
Bar, authorized by the supreme
court of Florida and requiring
ev< ry practicing lawyer and judge
to join, was begun. John Allison
of Tampa :s president-elect.
Wigginton's lead for the top
job resulted from his long and
successful efforts to modernize
the rules for civil lawsuits, re-
cently adopted by the suprtmc
court. James Biutr,
City headed the com",.0' I
successful^ nchH^l,
ratedbar;artheVneeV^
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Official presentation of the first Florida state copy of the book.
-A Measure of Freedom." was made in Ft. Laudsrdale to American
Legion officials in connection with the state American Legion
convention. Shown at the presentation ceremony in Temple
EmlnC El are (1. to r.) Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida reg.ona
ofTice Antt Defamation League: Rabbi MariusHanson. sp.ri.ua
leader of Temple Emanu-El and Ft. Lauderdale ADL chairman.
Florida State Legion Commander Maxwell Wells of Orlando; and
Ft. Lauderdale Legion Commander Frank C. Gniotio.____________
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT
Miami's One
%l. Workshop Slated For May 21
Miami, will deliver
A one-day Anti-Defamation (Univers
Leg, shop will be held
Wedn< sday, Maj 24. at the Sor-
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Workshop To Present
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a community wide dramatic
w, ekly live radio series on human
nts "What's In A
bj Sidney Vincent, in its
latest | turday, May 20,
. I 7 15 p.m.
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Pot Connon was principal
will be an ad 0 speaker at the annual dinner of
the Amvets Robert Richter Post
Purp .-hop is to No. 11 at the Shelborne Hotel
films, recently.
gram aids Edward A. Turville. Amvets
available for combatting bigotry state commander, voted by the
and ad\ good human rela- St. Petersburg Junior Chamber of
tions Discussion panels will be Commerce as St. Petcrburg's
held on problems, both local and "most outstanding young man,"
nal. confronting American spoke on "Americanism."
It nocracy todav. I Other speakers included Post
Sessions will'start at 10 a.m Commander Nat Pollack. Police
nd the entire workshop will be C.hlcf Simpson. and_ Councilman
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concluded at 3:30 p.m.. with
luncheon at noon.
Mrs. Peter Glazer. metropolitan
women's ADL chairman, is ar-
ranging the workshop. Mrs. Sam
sdver is serving as
for the town area, and Mrs Si -
mour Satin is co- ...... i thi
Beach a
Rt serva'ions for 1
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Marcie Liberman. Mayor Harold
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[AY, MAY 19, 1950
asure Of Freedom' Widely Acclaimed
*Jenisti Meridian
tontinuccl from Page 14)
[the strength, quality, dyna-
leadership and most
| the public acceptance
made it an awesome and
leninu power in the 1920s,"
I, Instead, buffeted
without by an aroused and
ijzed Southern populace and
ti rnally by jackals.
rrent Kian has become little
than a poor-paying racket
gang ol confidence men."
iv in Georgia, where the
b-unii system of voting still
Bed i! 'ith a local political
;c. d; strength, says the league.
nask laws passed by Ala-
I 27 Florida and South-
bmmunities has robbed the
of its secrecy, thereby
g its si ength, and Klan ef-
j link itself with the Dixie-
(lovimint were repudiated
uthern political leaders.
Iny Americana who reject
kfessional anti-Semite and
\ to be duped by his racket
pnetheless guilty of pre-
behavior," Abess de-
"We made a special study
I social attitude polls taken
] last 10 years and find that
all number of minority
I shoulder the heaviest bur-
[bigotry and discrimination
"\ by the American public."
tense international situa-
te! the cold war have helped
Itu fears and racial tensions
1 several occasions last yeai,
! into violence, the report
8d. It pointed up riots in
all, X V. and Chicago as
lions it "an unwholesome
fch" by Americans to the
' I nmunism. "The Chi-
[tburst began as a demons-
i?S%J?1 Nfroes. took on
an an.ti-Communi.st comolexinn
concluded as an ant,-S
nrh Sa'du "The P>k.skill dis-
turbances began as anti-Corn
murust protests and spilled ov
into anti-Negro and anti-Semitic
demonstrations. Whatev '
sequence of group or class hatred
the end result was an extension
on American soil-at this late
date of thc Hitler '^
fa sejy equating Jews with Com-
munists, a scapegoating of the
Negro minority and a serious n-
vasion of civil liberties."
Other major findings of the
survey include:
nASTS W-7"e fewer exP'-essions
?Qq .h^emi,Mm m Congress in
1849 than m th. preceding yar
But four members of ConK
continued to exhibit their hostU-
ltyqinWapd.th.eJ^wish community
j "A Pa1 '^cCarran (D-Nev )
and Reps. Ed Gossett (D-Tex )
?ue DHoffman (R-Mich.) and
John Rankin (D-Miss.)
h2'Jhere WaS a eomP'ete default
Si 9ongres1 on civil r'ghts leg-
islation pledged by both major
political parties during the last
Presidential campaign. Legisla-
tive campaigns on the state level
however, were more successful
and the number of states with
fair employment practice laws
increased from four to eight,
I~ug\on- 0l"gon, New Mexico
and Knode Island having enacted
such legislation in 1949.
The effectiveness of fair em-
ployment and fair educational
practices laws, particularly in
those states where the law in-
Jdes strong enforcement pro-
visions, is supported by a
of polls and tests conducted in
conjunction with the survey In
PEPC states -.he incidence of dio
crimination was much K thSn
among states without protective
among he 'covered" states than
was before laws were enacted.
s. Although college student
o Tuoirsv-r s"u,iKly SS
d scrim in ,ms' """ and othei
aiscr minatory techniques were
I n y,ir"V"';,m F* An^er"
an colfcges for the purpose of
jm.tin or barring JagS* on
*=,? "f race ;mcl religion
Jf^ajon of application blinks
losoi ,nfal a:ts ***** dis-
im .. .Ve.'' 92 Der cen con-
tained at least one "potentially
discriminatory" inquiry, that J
a question which has no value in
S'r'"'"I an "WUnfi sehol-
at,,H C!.d '"' ;'Plil"de, but in-
stead is designed to reveal his
SS&.S?^00 or the Mna!
ongin of his parents.
tinn fvorablc "Pect of this situa-
of co?W Ver" JS ,hat a inference
min- ? .ge educators and ad-
nf "hJrators Under the auspices
of the American Council of Edu-
enni 'fV ack,nowl^ged the exist-
ence of quotas In und/rgraduate
graduate and professional schools!
More than 100 of the nation's
leadmg educators conferred in
Chicago last November to organ-
aL2 by Which the alleges
themselves would tackle the
problem of eliminating discrim-
inatory quotas.
still 'SfS*,, discrimination U
StiJJ shamefully widespread," de-
ruW^K1^49 Supreme Court
Sghvwh'ch outlawed enforce-
ment by the courts of racial or
ie lgious restrictive covenants.
Many real estate operators and
ven?nOPm^lbU,!de,S;i't(i1cum-
venting the m|,,nl of t
decision with "loophole manuver-
& e forced Shettoization of
minority groups, with its over-
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crowding and deterioration of
segregated areas and its d- facto
segregated schools and recrea-
tional facilities, has created
serious problems of crime, juven-
ile delinquency, community ten-
sions, racial and religious dis-
harmony and other unsocial
social practices.
5 Mass media in the United
states, particularly radio, and
press and the magazine field, hav
snown a greater awareness of the
ne-,d for publicizing human rela-
tions activities. There was I
Breater number of dramatic radii
shows and published articles and
notion stories devoted to inter-
group harmony than at any time
since the war years.
6. With the exceptions of the
Professional Golfers' Association,
and the American Bowling Con- |
gress. both of which bar Negroes '
professional sports are relatively!
free of racial or religious dis-1
crimination. The rules that apply '
to business govern professional
games which have a mass market
Most American sport spectators
frown on prejudice and discrimi-
nation and promoters are happy
to move in the direction of that
public sentiment. Whatever dis-
crimination does exist is not typi-
cal of the sport itself but reflect*
the BOCial climate of a region.
Social attitudes in collegiate
sports g< n. rally reflect the atti-
tudes ol the colleges. Amateur
sports, however, which are an
integral part of a community's
social activities, have a wholly
different sel of values. Tennis,
yachting, golf and names which
attract a select few are burdened
by snobbery and dominated by
the social attitudes of that ele-
ment which can afford sports as
an expensive diversion.
To duement and analyze the
mass of data collected for its sur-
vey, the Anti-Defamation League
utilized the research facilities of
I thirty-five regional offices and
cooperating Jewish community
councils scattered throughout the
nation. Fifty persons worked on
the project, including pollster
Elmo Roper and his associate. Dr
Julian Woodward, who conducted
several of the scientific inquiries
that are a part of the ADL sur-
vey.
1**k*ssszrZwZL" *nai b ritn-and Arnid Frster-
Altornev r- fr?edlom/ Pres*n* the first copy of that
I survev ^ 22u& HWard McGrath. The book is the
Ltion iLm,anil;SJ,mi?1Sm in lh U. S.. made by the Anti-
|d rector A,e.H "5? B'"th' f which Mr' Fors*er is Civil
I Herman wf presen'at,on< *" Mr. McGrath's office, are.
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fjenisfi flcrtdfi^r
raiDAY^MAY u
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Temple iiraei (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services- at 8:15.
I>r Kaplan will conduct the service*
and speak ii "I'nlty In Diversity."
Saturday morning services .it l! n_.ni.
Confirmation service Sunda> at ::"
p.m. with 10 conflrmands inking part.
Shavuos memorial service Monday at
ll a.m.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservalive). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
Early Friday services ai 6 10 Late
Friday services at 8:15. Rabbi Hpnlg
will speak "ii "Has There Been a I ost
War Revival .if the Synagogue Satur-
day morning services .it :30. RaUM
will preach on the Weekl) Portion or
tli-' Law. Sunday morning religious
school at l" with showing "f a film.
Sunday evening at Shavuos services,
conducted t Rabbi Htinlg. Sundown
,,,, Sunday. Monday morning and
evening and Tuesda> morning. Yiscor
Tuesday at 10:80 a.m.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Rabbi Ranson "ill conduct the
service and preach. Th.- public a
Invited. Hebrew school al th temple
Saturday .it a.m. Religious scnooi
Sunday al :45.
Mvami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12lh Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8 80
Sal rdas morning al 9. Bar Mlttvah
..f Errol, son "i Mr. and Mrs l^ewls
. HI i- Friends and i- latives are In-
vited I-- attend the cerrimiii) and the
,,-. ptlon follnwli M Mishna :it !>:30
followed i-> Mlm-hii, Shalos Kudos and
Miirriv l-in.il Sunday school at l"
a.m. Shavuos servlc. Sun la) -it 8 JO
p.in Monday morning al '.' a.m Kai-i.t '
Vprll "111 speak on "Revelation and
Mincha al 8 M Tues-
da morning al : V oi al U I
Ml icha at 6 80 ,. m t>all) servlei SO
H an : 1:30 to 6 10
Temple Betn Shoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish: Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Pi flay e> enlng seivli es .it S:15
Ru ibl Kronish III si ik on Pu
K,llti ., \- Sal irda) morning serv-
i. Alan Rusnak III become Bar
Mluvah. Shavuos confirmation serv-
ioi Sund I) e> enlng .it "" > -":
.., vl es Monda) ..t 10 13 > "
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Friday evening services at 6:30.
Services Saturday morning at '
Bs Mitxvah .-f Sell. son "t
Mi and Mrs Aaron Hay-den Sen ce*
..,., .: .. n ll "The Sabbath Re-
past" with ;i fllsc-ussion ol tin ethics
,,f our fath< rs eil b) Rabb Shai li
Student Congregation "ill hold Its
services with adults Hebrew school
i 'losing xi -- "i
s indas nflrmatlon
exi n Ises Sun i I) even us r. '' srll
26 students pai tic 8h ivuos
-, vices Monda) and Tui sda) morn-
. ,- a m Thi theme foi dls. us-
- .... will be "A 11.....! Fight tlscoi
Tuesda) Rabbi Shapiro "ill
,... .. h on "A Message From the
be id Dall) s. -; n and
Ml ha ind Maai v at 6 i
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Mincha Friday 6:4."i. Ka
Shabbat it T u n Satuid* nlni
ices SO Rabbi Ever will spi
.,m ( irganisatlon At S i
will lecture on "The Eth ol the
Fathers." Mincha :it 6 13 followed b)
Sholos Seduos Zmiras and remarki
bv guests. Maarl^ follows Dall) He-
brew school Monda) through Thursda)
ai 8:80. Dally !.i>s In Mishna afl
in, rnlng services. Class in Jewish cus*
toms and laws l.ef..re Mincha and
Mi irlv services. Dally services :>t I
a.m. and 6:43 u m Sha\ uo.....
Sunday at 6:45 p.m. Quest Cantoi
Julius Rosensteln II offii late at
services Monda) and Tuesda) at I
a.m. and 6:4'. p.m Rabbi Ever's theme
for Monday morning will be "la Torah
:i Religion?" Ylskor Tuesda) at 10 SO
The rabbi "ill speak on "Spiritual
Strength."
TTereih Israel Conoreaation ol
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday ('veiling servi.es at 8:15 p.m.:
Saturday 9:30 .. m. with Mincha at >
All residents In that area are nvlted
to attend.
Norlhside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd SI.
Cantor Is;..., 8 Smith II offici-
ate al services Friday ev<
sun.lav school i lasses every Sunday it
the office of Dr. Win Boros, 655 N W
62nd St. Hebrew classes
rectlon "f Rev. Philip Fried at 6" '
N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and
Thursday from t" 1 u.m
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
.o'clock. ....
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
\i ., n li es l'i Iday evening the rabbi
will speak ..ii "Jewish Anti-Sen
Shavuos services Monday at n "i'
yiscor Rabbi Maun will preach on
"The l.ega< s ol the i >ead.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Frlda) night services al : Saturday
morning at Dally service! at
Congregation toung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Service Frlda) night at 6: Saturday
night at Mincha services f,.ll..e.i
by Shalos Seudos. Services Monda)
to Thursday S a m and o 30 p m ah
young Is ... ii embers In the area are
invit.-,] tc attend
North Daae Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Frlda) evening services al 8:15.
Saturday morning services at
,, ,. in the chattel.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.
Miami Beach.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Suturda) sen .. es at '' m.
Congregation beth Ttilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening Ben-Ices al 6:30
Saturday morning at 8:3(1 The rabbi
ill preiii h on Porl ol thi Week
At 5:13 p.m. Rabbi Rackovsk) will
speak "ii "Ethl< a of the Fal
followed b) Minolta ..t 5:43 Shalos
Seudos and Maarh Shavuos services
Sunda) evening 6:3: Monda) morning
.,i to The rabbi "ill speak "ii "Do
W, Expei I or Reject?" Tuesda)
morning services ii t s :30, Rabbi
Rm kovsky w ill speak on "i >ur i li
tlon." Vi-. ,T :.i 10 30 a.m. I ?alls sei \
Ices 7:J0 a in. followed by rl
Mlshna M I hn services at 6:30 f -1 -
lowed on Sundays, Tuesdays and
Thursdays by class in Laws and Cus-
..n,i on Monda)s and Wedm --
lavs i.. last ii Jew isli Legends !
Tali
u.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantoi
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Ijisi Frlda) evening services
for the 19-30 season, dedicated to
the Ji wish War Veterans Rabbi
l..-lii iiK.n will preach on "The Sever
Koi-Kotten." Commander Albert E.
I Osslp and 1th Regional Vice Com-
maded H) Ian H Kout wll participate.
Saturday morning services at 9 The
rabbi will preach on the Weekl)
the i..i" Bar Mluvah "f
I Stewart Leslie, son ->t' Mr. and Mrs
Harr) S Sernd) First day of Shavuos,
,n.l Tuesdav morning at >.....-
, yiSfeor Tuesday at 10:30 a.m
;-,, i Jacob Rubin, of New 5
in chani ror all Shavuos "*>*
All friends are Invited to attend.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph W. Malek: Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Rabbi Skop will apeak on "When and
lews Fight Back," apre-Shavuos
. n uneg ShBbbat following
.,vl in the patio. Saturda) -
m. Bar Mluvah Stanley
Itlumin and Dann) Rosser. Toran
,l ,d> ..'i l Klddush. Sun.lav religious
-.},...,: assembly at 10 a.m with
Punnets on Jewish Holiday Parade,
written bv Mesdames Skot.. Bargtell
Olaxii Moy of the various
. .... of the school year will be
show n by Joseph Kovi n
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Prldav evening services at 6:30 p.m
Snturda'v morning s.-rvi.es ..- 80
Rabbi Orauer iil speak on the I or-
i..n ,.f the Week Jr Cpng at in
. vi hn ..i 6 13 followed b) Shu oa
Shudos Daily ser> Ices a m and
r, glous school da : H
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive.
Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
S| eclal Shavuos services beginning
with Frlda) evening at 8:13. Rev,
! n i:i speak on "Spli Itual sing
,. ir Rei eatlonal Programs >n Sun- !
.1.,. evening Shavuos sen ces it -:i...
I R. v Fried's topic "ill be "I nlted,
: Even the \\'.-..k Become Powei I i
| The \.-li. r famlh 111 i elebi iti the
birthday ("lsti of their father with an
,. ..... v nto> Monday morning service
..i 9:13 followed by children's sen -
. ,i ii .-,.. yiscor Tuesda) at l" o". lot k
j Rev. Philip Fried will officiate.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening aervleea at 8:80
Saturday morning at 8:80 Inter......ii-
,,-,. Cong at a in. Mincha at *:!"
followed by Shalos Sudos. Shavuos
services Sun.lay at 7 p.m Monday
and Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. and Monday
evening at 8:45.0n Monday Rabbi
I Mescheloff will speak "ii "Words
Without End:" on Tuesday, "Stones
from a Sacred .Mountain." Yiscor
Tuesday 10:30 a.m.
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