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The Jewish Floridian ( May 26, 1950 )

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i^viislUHIiOipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY foLUME23—NUMBER 21 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS inger Renamed President t Federation Meeting William D. Singer was re-elected president of the Greater liami Jewish Federation at the twelfth annual meeting of the ioup at Temple Beth Sholom last Thursday night. Jacob Sher ras also re-elected honorary president. Others elected to office were Jack Ablin, Jacob H. Gardner, Abraham Goodman, Dan B. Ruskin, Herbert E. Scher, vice residents; Mrs. Carl Weinkle, ecretary; and Joseph M. Rose, reasurer. Named as trustees were Sam hank, Samuel Friedland, Moses jlnsberg, Samuel Katz, I. L. lintzer, Stanley C. Myers, Max Brovitz, Joseph A. Richter, Monte Selig. Harry Sirkin, Joseph R. B'ein. Carl Weinkle and Jacob Eiskind. One hundred fifty govfcrnors-at-large were also elected. The following amendments to Ihe charter and by-laws were kssed: changing the number of bfficers by increasing the number u trustees from five to twelve; Excluding the trustees from autonatic membership on the execute committee; changing the itanding committees by excluding he rating and feview committee tnd adding a committee on multiappeals and a by-laws committee. Plaques were presented to Ruskin in appreciation of his services as chairman of the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal and Rabbi Morris A. Skop of the Coral Gables Jewish Center in recogniII ialeah Enacts Anti-Klan Law The Hialeah city council Tuesday night adopted an ordinance aimed at the Ku Klux Klan. By unanimous vote the council enacted regulations that outlaw wearing masks in public or burning crosses on private property. It is similar to ordinances already in effect in Miami and Miami Beach. The action of this issue was touched off by a local newspaper's expose of the reorganization of a Ku Klux Klan unit in the Hialeah area. tion of the fact that Coral Gables was the first community to go over the top in the metropolitan unit of the campaign. Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the metropolitan unit, made the presentation to Rabbi Skop. A scroll of honor declaring him a "comunity'builder" was awarded to Maurice J. Kopelowitz for his direction of the census of Greater Miami's Jewish population. Instead of the usual reports, a dramatic skit entitled "The Ani nual Report Comes to Life" was' presented. The sketch was written j and produced by Milton S. Malakoff and Max C. Gettinger. | Singer, briefly reviewing the work of the federation in the past year, expressed satisfaction with the work of the CJA chairmen and workers. The drive has thus far netted $1,190,000. He also pointed to several achievements, notably the purchase of Douglas Gardens, on N.E. Second Ave. and 52nd St., for a home for Jewish aged. One of ihe highlights of the twelfth annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at Temple Beth Sholom last Thursday night was the presentation of awards. Shown above are (seated. 1. to r.) Maurice J. Kopelowitx, who received a scroll of honor designating him "community builder" in recognition of his direction of census of the Jewish population of this community; William D. Singer. Federation president; Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the metropolitan unit of the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal; (standing, 1. to r.) Dan B. Ruskin. who was awarded a plaque in appreciation of his leadership of the 19S0 campaign; and N. A. Weidberg. who received a plaque in behalf of Coral Gables, the first community to go over the top in the metropolitan campaign. imerica Demands End of Desecration >f Jewish Cemeteries In Germany FRANKFURT, (JTA) — American authorities in Bavaria made |t clear to German officials that hey must take more energetic neasures to put an end to the lesocration of Jewish cemeteries. The U.S. Commissioner for Javaria, Clarence M. Bolds, ised a statement condemning the Besecrations. "Such molestations pause concern, since they are e:ng reported far too frequentf." he said. "I cannot over-emhasize the seriousness of such ts. Freedom-loving nations have Bason to be on the alert against ie revival of racial and religious atred in Germany." Commissioner Bolds urged the Serman authorities to redouble Mir efforts not only to appreend the guilty persons, but also take measures to protect the raves against future attacks. -nless stringent steps are taken V the law enforcement agencies, ermany cannot hope to regain self-respect in the eyes of the world," Mr. Bolds said. Meanwhile, the Jewish community here invited a group of foreign correspondents to visit the Frankfurt Jewish cemetery, which was recently desecrated, to see for themselves that the desecration was committed not by children, as the police claim, but by an organized group of adults. "If the desecrations continue, we shall request the Jews outside of Germany to transfer the bones of their brethren to places where they may rest in peace without being desturbed or threatened by so-called playing children," Chief Rabbi Dr. Wilhelm Weinberg told the correspondents. "The Jews in Frankfurt have no confidence in the protection offered by the German authorities. We are now forced to appeal to international protection." He reported that 80 cemeteries were defaced in Western Germany in the last few years. Dr. Joseph R. Narot Accepts Call To Temple Israel Pulpit Dr. Joseph R. Narot, for the past ten years spiritual leader | of the Reform Congregation of Beth Israel in Atlantic City, has accepted a call to the pulpit of Temple Israel and will assume his post August 1, according to an announcement by Jules Pearlman, president of the congregation. He succeeds the late Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. 1944 to 1949. He was founder and i president of the Atlantic City I Forum, composed of 60 civic organizations working to promote civic and cultural welfare. The young religious leader received an award from the Atlantic County Chapter, Military Order of World Wars, in recognition of "his outstanding efforts^ Israel Premier Appeals To Soviet To Permit Jewish Emigration TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Plans for complete "cradle-to-grave" D-ial insurance program to cover I? entire population of Israel will published here shortly for public debate and comment." i plan is now under discussion the Israel Cabinet and will Bon be presented to Parliament. he program will be introduced the following three stages: 1. Free hospitalization for those eeding it, free dental treatment Jr children, free medical care for employed persons and for lomen over 60 and men over 65 Tving on pensions. Also, grants >r new babies, grants for families the death of the breadwinner, d insurance for agricultural rkers. [2. The second stage—already ^mpleted—provides nationwide edical care covering the entire Bpulation, and provides disabil7 insurance for all citizens as el as retraining for disabled Brsons. [3. Stage three calls for chilren's allowances and full, free totalization lor the entire Juntry. lit is expected that the total coit of the plan will reach approximately $64,400,000. The larger part of this sum is already being spent by employers, workers and the government on various existing insurance plans. Israel Plans Fall Insurance TEL AVIV, (JTA)—An appeal to the Soviet government to permit the emigration of Jews from the Soviet Union to Israel was voiced by Premier' David Ben Gurion at ceremonies at the Afikim settlement marking the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the settlement. More than 10,000 settlers from the surrounding region, as well as prominent guests from Jerusalem and Tel Aviv who participated in the celebration, heard the Israel Premier's plea. Mr. Ben Gurion reminded the Soviet government that it had promised freedom and equality for all peoples, but said that it is not carrying out this promise as far as Jews of the USSR are concerned. and achievements in the spiritual welfare of his community and for promoting the spirit of tolerance, Americanism and good citizenship." Dr. Narot is 37 years old, married, and the father of a seven year old son and two year old daughter. Upon making his anouncement, Pearlman said, "We feel particularly happy to have Dr. Narot accept our call. We on the committee which chose him made the selection after careful consideration of the entire Reform rabbinate." Regional ZOA President Will Speak At State Conference In Miami Beach Dr. J. R. Narot Ordained by Hebrew Union College in 1940, the new spiritual head of Temple Israel has become widely known for his broad communal interests. He has been identified with numerous interfaith activities and recently returned from a trip to Israel where he observed the progress the young nation is making. Dr. Narot was graduated from Western Reserve University in Cleveland with a Phi Beta Kappa record in 1936. He received his Doctor of Hebrew Letters degree from Hebrew Union in 1946. His thesis subject was "The Rabbinic Concept of Prayer." In September, 1940, the rabbi was appointed assistant spiritual leader of Temple Beth Israel. In June of the following year he became rabbi. Dr. Narot was chairman of the United Jewish Appeal campaigns in Atlantic City from 1943 to 1945 and co-chairman of the* 1950 drive. He served as a member of the national executive committee of the United Jewish Appeal from Ben R. Winick, Southeastern regional president of the Zionist Organization of America, will be the principal speaker at the Florida ZOA conference banquet on Sunday. May 28, at the Delano Hotel, Murray Goodman, chairman, announced this week. Prior to his election as president of the region, Winick was president of the Knoxville, District for five years, was vice president for Tennessee for two years and served on the National Administrative Council. He is past president and present director of the Jewish Community Center of Knoxville; a member of the B'nai B'rith, Jewish War Veterans and member of both the Heska Amona Congregation and the Bethel Temple of Knoxville, as well as a director in the Knoxville Welfare Fund. He is on the national executive committee of the ZOA and co-chairman of the committee to revise the constitution. Highlights of the one-day conference, featuring as its theme. "Your ZOA—Its Aims and Projects," will be seminars on membership, fund raising, Israeli projects and investments. "The rearming of the Arab states by Britain and her refusal to extend equal privilege to Israel, as well as the unfavorable reaction of our own State Department to Israel's appeal for Ben R. Winick American arms, will come in for scrutiny and action during a special session on public relations and political action, to be addressed by I. R. Goodman, head of ZOA public relations in Florida and vice president of the Southeastern region, ZOA," Goodman said. A special session will also be devoted to the interests of the (Continued on Page 12) ( t i i j : •i %  > ?! i I h I; %  j %  i



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PAGE TWO fJewisti fk>rid/ran AIM. Hans Talk On i s enna 11 v Beach Y To Hold 6th Annual Meet Th e Anti-Defamation League of B'-nai B'rith refused to permit the delivery of an address on Germany by Beniamin J. Button* ,1 u i ... wieser. Ait n nt wi-h r>" .," K ,hp board of directors of the Sixth annual meeting and installation of officers and member SEITLIN £. COMPANY y 19 N. E. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32, FLA.T [Miami Beach YM & WHA will wieser, Assistant High Commissioner for Germany, on the grounds' that his spec ch was take place Sunday, May 23. at ologia for the limited job that 8 p.m. J-lnv^nri^ -'" .^5^ GtT ~ Lc n **&*. former president • •:>..and gives aid and encour. ., ... ,.,, „ „,„, agement" to "vicious elements in I !" ,hc M,am VVI & WHA nd the new German nationalism." [newly elected president of the tv' Buttenwieser, flew from! Jewish Centers Association, will Qei many to this country specially j be guest speaker. hV Z ^iT?&&.&; I Speakers at the meeti, g will be aftp tlie speech—which it only deliver the speech In a stateSpeakers at the meeting will be tjnt. the ADL explained that ... „ ;,,.,, Her reading an advance copy of introduced by Carl Weinklc B speech—which it only rehonorary president. Reports will i1 wed two days before—the 35-member national commission of .the ADL decided to refuse the be given by Milton Sirkin who will assume his second term as organization's platform "for the I P resident and Gus Jacobson, exdelivery of the speech. The ADL ecutive director of the newly Ct 'i4 t*v* iinfi'xnJ.-f --M. 1 T :_!_ *~* a A statement reads: "In the opinion of the officers of the Anti-Defamation League— an opinion based upon continued fact-gathering and study of West formed Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami. Al Ossip will be chairman. Featured on the program will be a presentation "Mr. Y and His Germany—the speech revealed Family," an original dramatic skit depicting activities for all age levels at the center. As part of the program a barber shop choral group will also appear. content and proposals which can only be interpreted as an effort to justify the readmission of former Nazis to positions of importance in the economic, political and educational life in Germany." Milton Sirkin McCloy Astonished By Cancellation Of Address Gables Is Given Israel Painting An oil painting, "Holy City," FRANKFURT. (JTA)-John J. j by one of the foremost artists £S&S£ 5£iSSSSS o f Israe, -„ M Malusovsk >-h as be stbnlsKment" over the fact that presontert as a 25th anniversary the Anti-Defamation League of! present Jo Coral Gables by the B'nai B'rith cancelled a scheduled Gables Jewish Community Cen-) .address by his deputy. Benjamin ter. J. Button wieser. on denazification Mayor W. Keith Phillips acin Germany, Mr. Buttenwieser cepted the painting for the city.' addresffthe league's annual The presentation was made by i nti % %  : ::\ >.' Hi rbirt Gclernter, O. C. Lelchuk. y said he saw the Sam Schulefand, Judge William I %  :; : fonI — %  "a mi. n I objeeth it temenl "1 i m aston-%  %  • I nvite Mr. Buttenand thi n anci I •. ii 5ti ted. .. State De1 %  •• : said this v %  It that 1 |i partment had 1 the Bui vii r speech and nothing objectionable in it. %  ffici : Lincoln White said onference that he had n i al comment to make on the Bnai B'rith cancellation, but that he had read the speech and had concluded that it was unobjectionable.) L. Pallot, Judge Sam Silver, Sam Weissel and Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Rabbi Skop made the presentation speech. Twenty paintings by Matusovsky are hung in city halls throughout the country. 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^TO^M AY 26, 1950 I'll Say... (The following article was written in Charleston, one of several cities where. Mr. Simonhoff is stopping en route to New York. He will board the Mauretania for Europe on June 6.) In 1942, F.D.R. made J. Waites Waring Judge of the Federal Court in South Carolina. Every one felt the appointment was recognition due to a 62-year old capable, hard working lawyer, who had served as assistant U. S. attorney and city solicitor of Charleston. No one had cause to feel uneasy. Attorney Waring had always been conventional in his habits and conservative in his public life. His family had lived eight generations in the state. He showed none of the tendencies that sometimes crop out among fire eating radicals of the South. A Champion For Negro Rights But in 1947, Judge Waring signed a decree, enjoining every one from interfering with Negroes who would register or vote in the Democratic primaries. This struck the South like a thunder clap. Yet it was only the preamble. Last January, Mrs. Waring told a meeting at the colored Y.M.C.A. that Southern white people were confused, sick, and decadent; the implication being that the progress and well being of the South lay only in the more vigorous, energetic Negro population. A national magazine has recently published pictures of Judge and Mrs. Waring entertaining colored men and women at dinner in their home. Southern Race Prejudice All this would be unusual even in Boston or Chicago; but in Charleston it is blackest heresy against the social mores. It touched an exposed nerve which sent delirium tremens throughout Dixiecracy. One must live in Charleston tq get the full impact of this unique situation. J. Waites Waring was born shortly after the Reconstruction era. From childhood he absorbed the odium enveloping the Negro on account of the inevitable misrule that followed in U. S. Judge J. Waites Waring: Reformer Or Martyr By HARRY SIMONHOFF the wake of the Civil War; although ex-Confederates knew that the fault lay in the Northern carpetbaggers and Southern scallywags rather than with the former slaves. A universal opinion prevailed that giving colored folk the unrestricted ballot, or any form of social intermingling, would simply turn the state over to Negro rule and transform South Carolina into a mulatto commonwealth. Charleston's Resentment The white people feel bewildered, outraged .insulted. For J. Waites Waring is not a pushing, vulgar, demagogue seeking power at any cost. He is a cultured patrician, with a long family tradition of blue blood exclusiveness. They ascribe the Judge's action to pique at the snubs and ostracism he encountered since divorcing his Southern wife and marrying a Northern grass widow. Charleston is famous for a peculiar kind of touchy pride inherited from the 18th century slave holding planters and intensified by the misfortunes that followed the defeat of the Confederacy. This fierce clannish pride simmers in every element of the population, whether Protestant or Catholic, Jew or Gentile, black or white. It can also become corrosive and resentful. Without Precedent Whatever the cause, Judge Waring's actions are attracting nationwide curiosity and wonder. For here is something without precedent in the Southland. A protagonist for the Negro might be expected in a churchman, who takes his Christianity seriously. Or from a fighting Liberal imbued with a crusading fervor for the Constitution and the Rights of Man. But here is a cool, detached, conservative lawyer reaching his seventieth year, and secure in the power and prestige of the Federal Bench. It was altogether unexpected for such a person to swim against the current of race prejudice that is deeply imbedded in his native state. It should even be more difficult to go counter to his own lifetime of outlook and habit. Here, therefore, is a phenomenon. Judge Waring's challenge to the deeply ingrained antiNegro bias in the South marks him a symbolic figure. He is probably the first important personality in high office to rule against the racial philosophy that has degraded his state. Necessity For Reform History must take note of this Charleston Graccus, who steps down from the heights to champion~the cause of the lowliest, of the most hated and despised in the population. For he has struck some hard core of social and political bedrock. How long, he asks, will millions of humans be denied the political, civil, and economic rights guaranteed by Federal and State Constitutions? And how long can Bourbon passivity withstand the dynamic forces in modern life that eventually must bring on rebellion and bloodshed? The story of all revolutions begins with a blind obstinacy that refuses to change the existing status quo or fails to see the shadows preceding coming events. We must be grateful to some choice spirit, who has the wisdom to see and the valor to lead the necessary long overdue reform. A Glorious Issue The Jewish people in particular should watch with deep interest the progress of Judge Waring's efforts to raise the lowly condition of a depressed race. We have experienced in too many .lands the combined efforts of Church and State to degrade our place in human society. Seldom has a Gentile stepped forth to champion our cause and fly into the face of religious fanaticism or social and economic exclusion. The few who risked their lives or their security have> their names emblazoned in golden letters. J Waites Waring may be the beginner of forerunner of a social revolution for the removal of Negro disabilities. He may be the fortunate reformer, who comes at the right time to abolish the wrongs which the Negro suffered since slavery days. On the other hand, he may meet the fate accorded to most reformers and achieve martyrdom. Miami Zionists Plan Affair Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon will be hosts at a party marking the second anniversary of the State of Israel o*"Sunday, June 4, at their home, 2201 South Miami Ave. The affair will be held under the auspices of the Miami Zionist District, of which Gordon is fundraising chairman and first vice president. The evening will feature dancing on an outdoor patio, a program of musical entertainment, games, prizes and in Gordon's words, "all you can eat and drink." All proceeds from the affair have been plodged to youth education and aid to Israel projects. Tickets may be obtained by calling Gordon. 2-7135, or Ted Nelson, 9-3458. Assisting with ararngements for the affair are Herman Siegal, president; Sanford M. Swerdlin, prizes; Nelson, publicity and tickets! Simon Seiden, publicity; Jerome H. Weinkle, games; Sam Dickson, equipment; Sidney H. Palmer, equipment;Ben Kandel, Abraham Kasow, Julius Erstling, Isadore Langner, Hy Sootin. Center Home Camp Registration Open Registration is still open for the Miami Jewish Community Center's twelfth annual home camp, which will begin June 26 for an eight weeks season, according to Max R. Silver, center president. Transportation will be provided upon request, Silver said. The camp will operate Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A complete summer camp program has been planned and special emphasis is being given this year to a nursery camp of five and six year old children. Receives Commission Stanley W. Platkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Platkin of 1460 West Ave., Miami Beach, has just been commissioned an ensign in the U. S. Naval Reserve. 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PAGE FOUR vjewist noridian FRIDAY. MAY 26 %  EDITORIAL A landmark in Scholarship The publication *.~st week of the iirst volume oi "Jewish Apocryphal Literature," a series of thirty volumes now being compiled by American Jewry's outstandinq scholars under the direction of the Dropsie College of Hebrew and Cognate Learning, is an event in American Jewish scholarship of the highest magnitude. A project which will take at least ten years and cost over SI00,000. it will reclaim for the Jewish people a major Jewish literary achievement which has been neglected by us for soma two thousand years. The scriptural writings, which are generally known as the Apocrypha and the Pseudepigrapha. are like the Bible neither a single work nor a compilation of unrelated works. Written in the turbulent era between the close of the Hebrew Bible and completion of the New Testament, these writings reveal Jewish life and thinking in the time of the Second Ccmmonwealth as it influenced the beginning of Christianity. Although written originally in Hebrew, this literature comes down to us through Greek and Latin translations by Christian scholars. They were rejected by the synagogue of the time and were relegated to Sefarim Hizonim, outside the confines of sacred scripture. Accepted in part by the church, as they are necessary to an understanding of Christianity, this essentially Jewish literature was transfcrmed into a form of Christian thought. Today, through the enterprise of a Dropsie College Editorial Board, of which Dr. Abraham A. Neuman is chairman and Dr. Solomon Zeitlin editor-in-chief, this literature which is part of the spiritual essence of Judaism has been reclaimed for the Jewish people. A? Dr. Neuman, the president of Dropsie, said c? a luncheon given by Harpers en the occasion of the publication of the first volume of the monumental project: "It is the JUSTICE! task of Jewish scholarship to redeem our disin herited treasures. The considerations that were operative more than two thousand years ago to ban these books are no longer valid tcday. On the contrary, ours is the opportunity and the challenge to enrich the content and understanding of Judaism and also to illuminate important aspects of Christian thought rooted in the literary end historic milieu of the Apocrypha." A Difficult Decision It took courage and fine leadershin a oi B'nai B'rith to refuse to allot lVl "* ment official to use its platform fcr tV 9 Veiv of an apologia for the Bony failure of A2?"H .ion in Germany. In a forthright move fe Anb-Defamation League Commission atih', annual meeting in Chicago, withdrew r, %  *** tion for Benjamin J. Buttenwieser o b P 58 at its climactic banquet when an advnnnlli* of his address revealed feat the !hem e d\ 0pi was to be "Nazism in Germany Ha s iw ^ stroyed, Never to Rise Again." Been Mr. Buttenwieser is an assitant United W high commissioner of Western Germany H to have addressed more than 1,000 Jewish lL !" at the Anti-Defamation League banoilt ,? subject "The Reorientation of G2S£?£ commissioners promptly cancelled the invitas This courageous stand was taken under S leadership of Frank Gcldmcn, President TR' B'rith, and supported by Justice Meier Steinhrii? National Chairman of the ADL. "^ In a public statement, the ADL commissinn-. called Mr. Buttenwieser's thesi* "an SSS the limited job that has been done to dVnarlv Germany" which would give "aid and encourco; ment to those vicious elements in the 'new (V man nationalism' which Buttenwieser him 2 admits are reemerging today." Mr. Buttenwieser is entitled to his opinions opinions nc doubt based on his experience as 2 American official in Germany. But it seems to %  the league's commission could have reached no etherdecision. Had Mr. Buttenwieser been permitted to deliver the address, the ADL would have opened itself to the charge of endorsing an outlook which is alien to Jewish sensibilities at this time. New JWB President Has Been Active In Center Movement For 2 Oeeades By BERNARD POSTAL ing fund campaign for YMHA and Council House. Temple Israel found him an intelligent and informed layman who could lead a service when A new portrait—that of a handfor people are revealed in three necessary and hold his own in a lead\ !" hi p!^ ..emoershio on the %-hen Irving Edison of St. Louis Iras elected president'of the National Jewish Welfare Board as the successor of Frank L. Weil. who retired after ten consecutive tears of service. The fifth man to head JWB since its establishment in 1917. and the first from outside the East. Edison now holds the lost once filled by Harry Cutler, of Providence, R. I.. Dr. Cyrus Adler. of Philadelphia, and Judge Irving H. Lehman, of New York, Weil's predecessors. Edison comes to the leadership of JWB with three essential essets: a deep insight into the needs and desires of American Jewry born of many years of active leadership in his own community; a long record of experience and achievement in those fields which have made JWB universally known and respected; a personal philosophy of Jewish ilfe ideally suited to an organization dedicated to the creative survival of the Jewish people. | Edison was oorn in Adei. GeorI ia, in 1899, one of five sons of a uthuanian immigrant. He had a traditional Jewish upbringing in Atlanta and Boston where he S rew up and sunk his first -roots l the soil of American Jewish life. In Atlanta, Edison discovered the Jewish Community Center movement when he joined the Jewish Educational Alliance. His youthful experiences in this Jewish Community Center, and later as a member of the Roxbury YMHA, were lasting influences. When he came to St. Louis twenty years ago as an up and coming young businessman of 31—he is now vice president of Edison Brothers Stores, Inc., largest retailer of women's shoes in the United States—Edison found a natural outlet for his Jewish communal interests in the YMHA. Edison has been actively identified with the St. Louis YMHA, one of the largest Jewish Community Centers in the country, for two decades. In 1934, four years after joining the Y, he was elected to its board of directors. He became president in 1945, serving until 1947. Gilbert Harris, the Y's executive director for more than 25 years, credits Edison with much of the Y's progress and growth. Edison's resourcefulness, ability to conciliate conflicting viewpoints and deep concern sudden emergency developed when an illustrious Senator scheduled to address the forum wired that he would be unable to appear the following night. Some Y leaders became panicky, but not Edison. Through newspaper ads, radio announcements, special posters in the lobby, a telephone squad and a committee to meet those who who might still show up. he swiftly organized a 24-hour publicity campaign to keep people away. So effective was the job that only twelve iviemoership on boards of the Community Chest. the Social Planning Council and the Jewish Hospital, and a wartime stint on the St. Louis USO Council, the local JWB Armed Services Committee and the shoe industry advisory committee of the War Production Board rounded out his apprenticeship in communal service. As one of the grass roots leaders of the Center movement. Edison has seen JWB in action as the national association of Jewish Community Centers. As a member of a Federation budget committee people appeared the night of the 2 i 1/rlf ratl ? u f ge V? m !" ,e Senator's scheduled speech When ^ h ad been intr duc ed to JWB s the same Senator spoke at the Y| 0ta1 ., P"*"""A ? one of the forum a year later, OWP th guilders and leaders of JWB's serves torium. During his nrst year as Y president, the Y urgently needed an additional allocation from Federation for essential staff salary increases. Federation was thinking in terms of curtailed budgets but Edison even then was urging raised sights in support of local Jewish services. His dramatic presentation of the Y's needs convinced the budget committee, and the Y got its money. On another occasion the Y board found itself involved in heated debate over a critical issue. Tempers were high but Edison kept his head and his wit Picking up a rubber band, he the American Jewish scene. With this kind of broad experience, Edison was a logical choice for chairman of the National Finance Council, an objective body of community leaders created by JWB in 1943 to screen its annua'l budgets and to interpret them to the community. It was in this capacity that American Jewry first came to know Edison. In telling JWB's story to community after community, Edison made a vivid impression. Budget and allocations committees found him honest, sincere and informed said, '•LokltThi^VubbVrb'andTt ilt., Spe ? hes before sma11 and gives and it contracts Why can" i „d wff!" 06 ? """""a* conviction we do the same?" That crack* f. A e Stamp of auth enticithe tension andI theboard pro1 nv/",! Sln 5 erit yWhen he turned ceeded to solve its n !" h£~ 23!1*! chal .1 m ans hi P to W succeeded to amicably. cessor in 1948 he had the satisfaction of knowing that the NaA ,-i .. —.,. ui Miuwing mar tne NaA center president has a unique tional Finance Council idea had opportunity to see the Jewish community wheels go round, for the Center is at the hub of Jewish community life. By nature no bystander, Edison plunged into the service of the community about which he had learned so much. On the budget committee of the Federation he was an enlightened advocate of full support for Israel as well as for local and national domestic Jewish causes. Edison has no sympathy with the shortsighted and faint-hearted view that American Jewry cannot with equal generosity meet its dual and parallel responsibilities to itself and to Jewry abroad. In 1944 he headed St. Louis' supplementary United Jewish Appeal campaign. Four years later he was P ,on chairman of the combined buildI merTof Prfipi ra£i u [ A e acce P tan ce and that JWB had earned a reputation for sound and honest budget-making geared to community needs. Meanwhile, Edison had been elected to the Jewish Center Division Committee, through which i^H Ser T V r S J. he Center m vement, and to JWB's executive committee. And in 1947 he was named a On e K de ? t L the organization. On the Center Division Committee Edison was an ardent supporter of enlarged services to meet mounting demands from an expanding Center movement On £.rT?u tlVe commi "ee he supported the proposals that led to the historic JWB Survey, Hewa. ^n"!, os i am T g 7 hose w ho cham. ~2 n f d t he „ ad P tion of the Stateles on Jewish the, Center Purposes, a pronouncement that gave new direction and a more meaningful Jewish objective to the Center movement. Democratic in the best sense of the word, Edison is at home with all kinds of people. Youthful, vigorous, enthusiastic and openminded, he crackles with ideas. Years of communal activity and lange business enterprises have helped him to understand human nature and to develop warm relationships with lay and professional leaders in all stratas of American life. The first inter-racial day nursery in St. Louis was established by Mrs. Edison, with her husband's enthusiastic support. When the Institutes of Judaism for Christian Clergy were just new and needed someone to back the venture, Edisen supported them, anonymously, for many years. His own home and family life are characteristically Jewish. Chanuka is so great a festival in the Edison household that once the mother of a Christian friend of his son called up to ask: "What Jewish festival are you folks celebrating? My son wants to celebrate it, too." Edison Knows Jewish life in America and the problems that confront it. Edison believes that the home, the synagogue and the Jewish Community Center are the three major thruways leading to a fuller and richer life for Jews in America. His e ambition is to visit the State of Israel, the establishment of which was to him one of the most wonderful and inspiring achievements in the whole long history of the Jewish people. Only recently he remarked, "What a pity it was so long delayed." Edison recognizes, the importance, essentiality and even urgency of fund-raising foi relief and reconstruction and for civic-defense work, but does not see in these efforts lasting bases for the survival of a meaningful Jewish life in America. For pu. poseful and creative survival Edison is convinced that American Jewry must build its own inner resources by furthering wholesome and postitive attitudes towards Jewishness. "Our community structure." he says, "must be nexible and adaptable to the needs of changing conditions and times. We must continue to be resourceful and imaginative in the development of Jewish life." ,„ u u president of JW B Bdison will have much to do with shaping the pattern of the American AU u commun ty of tomorrow Ail who know him are confident Wat under his leadership JWB Will continue to play an even more significant role in building mat community. Vote Light In May 23 Run-Offs Setting a record for theligftterf vote recorded in Dade County m proportion to qualified total, Tuesday's run-off saw Dante Fascell in the surprise upset of the election, defeat incumbent Grant Stockciale tot the State Legislature Representative hom Dade County. In the only statewide contest, between Wilbur C. King and Gr:.dy Albritton lor State Railroad and Utilities Commissioner. King piled up nearly 70,000 votes ever his opponent. In other contests, Dr. Van Dusen, faculty member of the University of Miami, won over incumbent James A. Henderson for a seat on the school boari Harley G. Collins retains his school board post as a result of Tuesday's race. Other election victors included Holmes L. Allen, state Democrat* executive committee; C. R. Gardner, fourth congressional district executive committeeman; .MB Leila O. Richardson, congressional district executive committeewonan and Dade County Democrat* committeewoman; Truman Hill, Jr., county committeeman; Charles W. Tyler, committeema Other committeeman electej were: Murray Goodman, Josepi Epstein, Irving Drillick, Malva His greatest I Englander. Moie Tendrich, 1U Coulter, William Pittman, Alb* W. Suter, Barron F. Shields, Jo C. Paul. William S. Harkness, Jr. Byrhl B. Carlton, R. J. FurltB* Fred C. Davant, Charles 1 Cleveland, George S. Smith. Edward L. Thayer, G. SwenM tared 1930, Fla. The the as eecond-claH matter July I, at th Poit Office of mm .. under the Act of March S-JJ !" he Jewlah Floridian ha; an la ul laii I'n „ .fid tHC J( Jewith Unity arto ,"">, Weekly. Member of the WHB graphic Agency. Seven ArU J" Syndicate, Worldwide New. S National Editorial Allocation, m can Aaaociation of lntHJH Newepapere, Florida Pren At*e c The Jewieh Floridian *•" r. fuarantee the Kaahruth of t" chandlse aavertl eed In lt*J -^;SUBSCRIPTION RATE ?j 0 On* Year BS Two Y eare — ^^^1— FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publiiher^ J OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telepho nesJ-lMl-jg? FRIDAY, MAY 26\ W SIVAN 10, 5-10 -j Volume 23 NumW<



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PBJDAY. MAY 26, 1950 +Jewist fkridHart PAGE FIVE Hadassah Group T §at Leaders Melvin Weinkle will be rl as "president of the h group of Hadassah at a SLsert luncheon to be held at the ,f Mrs. Harold Jaffers. 2220 e v 22nd Ave. on May 30 at ir will also eommerate %  '.lion of the first year up has been in existjust 12 months ago young women joined to form the nucleu of nember of thiH which has now grown •rship of 60. Skop will give the ayer at the luncl : || ;1 inder Kogan, past • of the Miami %  up. will be the inthe fficer. Othei officers i i are Mrs. Harold lg. raising; Mrs. Manuel [g mbership: Mrs. S. k Youth Aliyah; Mrs. ;; Brandsdorf, recording | se Airs. Nathan Siden, | si cretary; Mrs. RayHarrison, treasurer; Mrs. r,, Engel, corresponding sec-. Harold Jaffer. parlintarian. B >ard members include: Mrs. Gottlieb, program; Mrs. (Aaron Weinkle, child welfare; Stanley Freedman. HMO: %  ,; ,1. G. Watson, movies; Mrs. :: is Skop, American affairs; I:,: Norman Sommers, JNF; Mrs. : Sunnes, Palestine supplies; IMrs. Leonard Wolpe, publicity; IMrs. Julian Weinkle, hospitality; [ Mrs. William Schiff, refresh[ments: Mrs. Phil Schiff. hi-cards; [Mrs. Bernard Stevens, candy; %  Mrs. Albert Beer, reward lunchleon: Mrs. Sherman Tobin, teleIphjne: Mrs. Louis Schwartzman, IZi I public relations. Signing the charier of the Whitman Democratic Club of Miami Beach. Ire. is Circuit Judge George E. Holt. Watching are (1. to r.) David Whitman, president: Joseph Cohen, treasurer: Saul Genet, vice president and secretary. Purpose of Ihe group is to promote the Democratic party in general and to a ; d members seeking public office. Besides the officers, charter members of the organization are Samuel Deutsch, Benjamin Deutsch, Louis Feder, Irving Blasberg, Jack Wolfson, Ruth Benjamin, Rose Hayes and Isidore Stein. —Ardmore III To Be Guest \i Oneg Shabbal Leon J. Ell will be the guest lof honor at an Oneg Shabbat, %  after Friday evening services, at iTi-inple Beth Sholom on Friday, 11.: 26. Services begin at 8:15 p.m. Ell. who is the president of the j ter Miami Jewish National IFund. as well as a member of the [board of directors of Temple Beth IS mi, returned last week from I? sis-week trip to Israel and will bring to the congregation an upIto-the-minute report on condi11 s there. Beth David Picnic Beth David will hold its annual Sunday school picnic at Greynolds Park on Sunday. May 28. Mrs. Lillian Becker, general chairman of the affair, announces that each family must bring its own lunch and extra refreshments will be provided for the children, j A program to include every memI ber of the family is planned, she ; reveals. Landscape Designing For New & Old Homes FREE ESTIMATES J. S. Ill I III \ LANDSCAPE SERVICE Phone 82-9860 THE I.AKIH \ ON THE TRAIL 2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER. Owner IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS *ND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA DUNCRAGGAN INN Presidential Lodge 8: Cottages HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Swimming Pool, Entertainment, Counselor for Children June 1st Oct. 1st From $50 Per Week Including Meals SUNRMPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM fOB REST, CONVM.ESCENCI AND CHROHIC CASH Q %  OOo.-tl II IW JO'r COURT SSTZLMJAMULO RIDAJ MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry .. • About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements. Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Caterina Service PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS. SUNDAYS &. HOLIDAYS 3-4845 JACK & JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami AM. 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S Living Room Furniture and ;£NERALf|ELEC7RIC Appliances WolfieAt FURNITURE Co 1200 Coral Way LINDA BRANDS, Inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION §04>lirates8en Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made With the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Call LINDA BRANDS, Inc. 10 S.E. 1st St.. Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors of the i Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 siutmminG POOLSTERIH Room FREEPRRKinG'RESTRURflnTS DCEfln BflTHinG EXERCMCLE5 ITIRSSAGE R00IJ1S P iflG POilG LinCOLR ROHD cK-tfu OCEflfl — I



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PAGE SIX fJmtsti ncrldtton FRIDAY, MAY 26, AfPO Protest* Against \M A IHsv-riiiiinalion • Citing numerous situationsw.nted advertisements published! caloosa! and "has been appointed in the monthly Journal of the news director for station WABP. Arnerican Medical Association' which list religi IUS or racial spec,' '.ions, the American Jewish C ngress recently filed a comi Miami Student Honored Al Freehling. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Freehling, 1231 S.W. 19th Terr., has been awarded the outstanding freshman citation by the University of Alabama. TusBeach Girl Wins Honor Slate Attorney General To Sn^T? Ion vent ion Off Florida *IW\ n At :*>. : plaint against the AM \ with the New York Stai \ Against Discrimination (SCAD was reported by Mrs. I. u I Glasser, national vice president ci the congress who recent! turned froin ;* national administrative .:i the l: ( nmodore, N w York. The complaint charged that such ads published bj the AMA's < ff] ial organ violated the %  Yotk tat .nning n I I es to race, creed or color. M (I J by : : A j '.' %  I] M '. i ac' ... .. A.MA I %  n conthe put : such A numb doctors to the J urnal n.v'..:-. ng that: such ads. which I and i us discrimination, ill bele the pages of a magazine devoted to the medical :nte:of all Americans. The i from the Journal's editor. Dr. in Smith, declared that direction of the Advertising Committee at A.MA head< : ters, the magazine would per.-..-•. in its present policies. "It is our hope." said Rabbi Miller, "that this formal comSharef Thanler Installs Loaders Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith W n, installed its new officers at the Garden Restaurant Sunday. Chairman of this affair was Mrs. Ruth Levick. Assisting her Mrs. Elaine Zagoria, Arline Cohen. Rosalyn Morris, Trud' Lach. Lorraine Kahlenberg. Mrs. Luiille Michaels and Phyllis Honig. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. i dent of the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women, was the installing ;.. r, and Rosalyn Morris as mistress of ceremonies. G -.'. Floi %  \cv Goodman, : Selma Lewis. B'nai B':ith e tor. • • le riti s .' dent, Beverly K ; first vice preside nt, Romi sa Rosenthal; ; vi • pn iident, Mrs. Ruth • Levick; recording ... Ar... i' hen; corresponding secre-; tury. Mis Rene Goodman; treasurer, Lorraine Kahlenberg: parliamentarian; Trudi Lach; serial ..nt-at-arms. Charlotte Coddon' board members, Mrs. Adele rman, Mrs. Lucille Mi. Phyllis Honig, and Dolly Harris. Richard W. Ervin, general for the state of Florida. Miami. I to Lout*,! will be principal speaker at the .** swim-dance on ih installation JSZ*£j* Parties and^ 'Ps of for the ates biliary andnoSg Westin Elected Alan Westin. sern „ A student at : i^JJ was elected national 51-S*B the students dS&W?! tional Lawyers Guild* lhe **•} Westin was ---uoii ~ *1U1Q !" ere he Mrs. i ouneil Lists Scholarships The National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section, has availHelen Mamber A Miami Beach girl has been selected one of ten outstanding seniors at the Women's College of the University of North Care! in Greensboro. She is 22-year-old Helen, Mamber. daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Oscar Mamber. 1000 Meri-1 dian Ave. An art major. Helen has been active in all types of extra-curricular activities. She served as editor-in-chief of the school yearbook, Pine Needles, was a member of the Student Curriculum Committee, as well as the Arts Forum Committee. During closing banquet and .... „ s eei of officers of the Department of f 3L -. Stff Florida. Jewish War Veterans, at its state convention Sunday night, June 4. at the Robert Clay Hotel. He will be accompanied by Frank S. Cannova and Murray Sams. assistant attorney generals and Sams will also render a short address. Numerous other dignitaries, including Donald Carroll, of Jacksonville, recently elected department commander for th£ state of Florida, of the American Legion and Colonel J. W. Watson, of Hollywood, his chief aide, are expected to be present. Irvino'Wnrfylan H. Kout, of Miami Beach, st. Mi-" B\ '.'h' 021 W 4 national vice commander for the ; %  Fourth Region, Jewish War Veti •.. will install the new of1 s, to be elected at the concli'. The two-day meet will get underway with a business session on Saturday, June 3, at 6 p.m. i An all-day business session is scheduled for Sunday. Numerous amendments to the! department constitution,are to be | considered, as well as resolutions dealing with the democratization of Germany and a resolution to the Florida legislature requesting j that Memorial Day be declared i "win was crnrinai^j University of FlorSa^XW wasoneof,heu, pde t a fcl member of Phi Ben tr, ndl Plans to spend t.he s^T' H Hendersonv%e at uMSJ Camp Institute as a L^"*" the staff a memb oj Hi. parents Jtlfejj ^ an annual legal holiday in Flor25th Anniversary CUSTOM TAILOR 25 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1140 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 able a loan scholarship for a plaint will remind the AMA of Masters' Degree at the University I ^'f ""^TZ^.u !" "^ its ob!:gations to minister to the of Miami, according to Mrs. Aaron & £ U 1 ?5!J!t^ c SSBf?Lft: it and mind of man as well Fair, president. A fund has been ai his body." established for one year's gradFiled with the complaint were uate work, known as the Lina S. photostatic copies of pages from Behrmann Memorial Scholarship. the March 4 and May 6. 1950 Council is also accepting apissues of the AMA Journal showplications*or another scholarship many instances of situationsat the University of Miami. This wanted ads using such terms as will make a total of five scholar%  Saxon" "native born," "g< %  '. I Pi ti ti nt." The leclared that "publishIvertiser nts constitutes an un %  %  .. ment as del Section E '. %  • of the Si %  Y k in that it aSu .nee I by 1 York Stai Ls linst Dis< has been a member of the senior Modern Dance Group and has appeared each year in the group's productions, serving as choreographer for three of these. Eor the past three years she has been a member of Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish honorary. This year she was initiated in Phi Beta Pfoneer Jewish Camp of the South CAMP OSCEOLA FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS On Lake Osceola On Silver Lk Hendersonville, N. C. Horse Shoe N c REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED FOR A 4 WEEK SESSION OR THE 8 WEEK SEASON ? ^! v ? te Swimming Pools • Rich, Culturjl p m • All Lake Activities • Sabbath Service. • Resident Medical Staff • Horseback Riding • Seasoned Mature Counselors • Varied Outdoor Sotra CALL OWNERS AND DIRECTORS: HERBERT SILVER, B.S. IN ED.; M. ED. BELLE SEGAL SILVER. L. I.; B. A 950 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach Telephone 5-5975 or 5-4239 • sided in the M mi vicinity at least two years and is unmarried, is eligible to apply. • -* -Applications should be sent to I. E. Harris, scholi 61 E. Bav Harbor Di ve. Baj H rb ir. SWISS KNIGHT "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Prove T b^ %  s THE FAVORITE CHEESE •N JEWISH HOMES SO GOOD WITH FRUIT always serve some Swiss Knight with fruit. The perfect combination for attractive, appetizing, nourishing snacks, salads, dairy lunches and suppers, desserts. Remember whenever you buy fruit get a box of your favorite cheese — delightful Swiss Knight to enjoy with *rt! FREE RECIPES ...csk your grocer or write direct to: GERBER & CC Inc. 6 Harrison Street New York 13 GORDON FUNERAL — HOMESYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling • Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Care • Pne-Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue General Office—Olympia Bldg. For Information Phone 3-3720 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-President ROBERT YAFFEY. 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IffllDAY, MAY 26, 1950 +Jewisti Tteridian PAGE SEVEN ADL Calls For [End Of Quotas I CHICAGO, (JTA) — The Anti( |Def.inwt' on League, of B'nai BVith \ .,, the concluding session of its; %  annual convention adopted a heries of resolutions calling for t ) u elimination of future quota m01 tgaging in displaced persons legislation and urged the deletion Lf the special provisions now ac\ | to 'ethnic Germans" in the j DP'bill approved by the Senate. The convention also urged the Senate to "curb the filibuster and enact FEPC legislation with enforcement provisions to insure equalitv of employment and opportunity for all, regardless of race, color, creed or national origin" The ADL parley said its national commission regarded as I a matter of "deep regret" the fact that the United States "is not one of the nations which has ratified the UN convention on genocide." The convention reported it was "pleased to note that the discriminatory Caucasian rule has been eliminated from the by-laws of the American Bowling Congress," and commended those groups which fought for elimination of this form of bias. Earlier, Attorney General J. Howard McGrath told the ADL meeting that the "Federal Government must take the lead in larding the civil rights of all Americans." Mr. McGrath spoke afti receiving the ADL's ;-. Democratic Legacy A I for "his vigorous defense ties." have put us on the p ; undisputed leadership Hairs." be said. "Upon ; treatment of minorAmerica is ba.-yed our chanc for a just and lasting I He said that Americans i "on one side" at home le other abroad and that A representatives on UN 1 rid commissions "have Often been embarrassed by reminders of concrete evidence of discrimination." YOUNG SINGLE MAN 35. desires position with future. $6,000 salary to start. 8 years Managing Editor. 7 years USO Director. Excellent experience in public relations, business, social work. Rich Jewish background. Cornell Graduate. Write J.M.C.. Box 897 Fayetteville, N. C. Hialeah-Miaini Spring* Croup Will Install T Th \ HialL 'ah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center will hold an installation dinner on Monday, May 29, at 7:30 p.m at the Allapattah Lions Club. Leon Kaplan will serve as installing officer and Maurice Grossman and Gus Jacobson will be guest speakers. Hal Murray will serve as emcee and the Rev. Philip Fried will j offer the invocation. Raymond Lord, chairman of the dinner, announces that dancing will fol: low the ceremonies. To be inducted at the affair are Philip Lyons, president; Isadore Stemmer, first vice president: Harold Lebow, second vice president; John Strunin, treasurer; Mrs. John Strunin, secretary; Ted Robinson, financial secretary. Board members include William Kneapler, Max Goldstein, Sik Fox, Goodwin Abramson, Dr. Lester Gordon. Ted Berman, Gilbert Levy and Harry Gordon. Nathan Becker is president of the board. Reservations may be made by calling John Strunin at 88-4873. Amvets To Hold Forums On Sr* Dr. Cyvil Marquit. head of the Mental Hygiene Clinic at the Regional Veterans Administration, will present a series of six forums on the "Sex Side of Life" under the sponsorship of the Amvets Robert Richter Post beginning Sunday. May 28. at 8 p.m. The forums will be held in the patio of the Hotel Marseilles. Miami Beach. Dr. Leo Levin, local physician, will be chairman of the opening lecture, which will deal with the "Rex Lit-of Living Beings; Survey of Sexual Apparatus, Practices of Animals and Humans." "The Amvets should be commended for attempting this particular series," Dr. Marquit said. "Although %  the subject matter deals with that aspect of life least touched upon by formal education, it is perhaps most important from the point of view of mental hygiene. By its courageous attempt to assist young people with one of their most difficult areas of life, the Amvets are making a significant contribution in the field of preventive mental health." Bride-Elect Feted Mrs. Phillip Kluger and Mrs. Sidney Bernstein were hostesses at "a luncheon shower on Monday in the banquet room of the Miamian Restaurant in honor of Lois Svman. bride-elect of Eugene I. Somberg. Thirty-five guests attended the affair. Card games followed the puncheon. The wedding will take place on June 18 at the Delano Hotel. U-M Registration Slated To Open June 15 Registration for the first summer session of the division of adult education at the University of Miami will get under way June 15. However, Director Dan Steinhoff reported Saturday that a considerable number" of requests already have been received as to courses to be offered. Two of these which have created more than passing interest relate to hotel accounting and hotel procedures. One is taught by C. Vernon Kane, C.P.A., assistant professor of accounting at the university and a partner in the firm of Horvath and Horvath, Miami. The course on hotel procedures is under instruction of Francis F. Hamilton, owner and manager of the Miramar Hotel, author and lecturer on hotel management. Both courses are of eight week s ducation. Broad To Head J1VF Flower Day Appointment of Daniel M. Broad as over-all chairman of the Jewish National Fund Flower Day to be held here from sundown June 3 to noon June 5 was announced this week by Leon J. Ell. chairman of the JNF Council of Greater Miami. Serving with Broad will be Mrs. Nathan Hochman. Mrs. Saul Ashkenazy, Abraham Schafer and Sam Scnachno, all of Miami Beach. Miami chairman will be Mrs. Harold Jaffer and Coral Gables chairman will be Mrs. Leo L Goldman. Thirty-eight organizations have pledged their support for this annual street solicitation. Ilabbi Skop To Preside At JiKS Installation Rabbi Morris Skop will preside at installation ceremonies for "the Greater Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, to be held on Sunacly evening, May 28, at Maurice's Restaurant in the Billows Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Morris Goluskin will be installed as president; Mrs. Jerry | Poncher. first vice president; i Mrs. Herman Schonfeld, second | vice president; Mrs. Irving Met/. financial secretary; Mrs. E. E Schon, recording secretary; Mrs Arthur Storch, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Irving Nager, treasurer. Mrs. Maurey Poncher will be installed as case chairman, and Mrs. William Sacker, Mrs Ida Poncher and Mrs. Sam Axlrod as trustees. Entertainment will be furnished by Irving Laibson, pianist, and Rita Auerbach, vocalist, who will be accompanied by Laibson. CLASSES IN ENGLISH For foreigners. Also letter writing. Summer rates. Private lessons in all subjects. Ph. mornings 48-4207 or writs Miss A.. Box 2973. 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\ PAGE EIGHT +Jmist FhrM&r? Phyllis E. Rosen Becomes Mrs. Usdin Xorthsido PTA Plans Picnic i Miss Phyllis Elaine Rosen. The newly organized PTA of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack ^ e Northside Jewish Center will Rcsen. 2000 Liberty Ave Miami s P cnsor a Picnic for the children Beach became the bride" of Dr. &%*?? ptt'c-rfvnS JJaniel R. Lsdin. son of Mr. and Park, according to Mrs. Albert Mrs. Isadore Usdin. St. Augustine. Glantz. chairman. at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel on Children must be accompanied May 7. Rabbi Irving Lehrman 2? a P arent or guardian. Mrs. read the service and George £*" rep ,S £ nd r 2. ust suppIy ^cuifec tnelr own ] uncnes TransportaEnrique was organist. uon \11 be provided from SunGiven in marriage by her day school quarters at 655 N.W father, the bride wore blush pink 62nd St satin made with a sweetheart Next meeting of the PTA will neckline, fitted bodice and full &JgJ ^E^ Mrs"". "leH skirt which extended into a Yomen will entertain, cathedral train Her fingertip veil New officers of the association of blush pink illusion was secured are Mrs. Abraham Ballas presiby a matching coronet and orange dent: Mrs. Max Wagner vice blossoms. The bridal bouquet president: Mrs. Herbert Hochfelconsisted of stephanotis. white sen. recording secretary; Mrs roses and orchids. Harry Pilchik. corresponding secn?JfJ r D f h O"or was Mrs. retary: and Mrs. Rubin Kutin, David Piral. Fall River. Mass... treasurer. aunt of the bride. She wore bouffant white starched lace m .. .,_ gown, cap of violet flowers and -lOrill .%flOI*< k carried violets. W——. %  % %  Dr. Gene L. Usdin. New Or~ HlOn I US tall leans, was best man for his Officers of the North Shore ..„,,;>. mas IKM man lor nis '">tis oi ine i\onn snore brother. Seating guests were JosJewish Center Sisterhood were eph Bloom. Jacksonville: Howard installed at ceremonies at the Rosen, Jerome Kass. St. AngusSorrento Hotel Thursday. May 25. t:ne and Leonard O. Weinstein. Guest speaker was "the Rev. Following a wedding trip to Philip Fried, and the outgoing North Carolina, the couple will President. Mrs. Sam Donin. served res:de in Jacksonville. as installing officer. Following The former Miss Rosen attended ,he rites a buffet supper and the University of Miami and the dance were held in the dining University of Florida. The brideterrace of the hotel, groom was graduated from Recognized were Mrs. Melvin Tulane Medical school and is a Altman. president: Mrs. Melvin member of Pi Lambda Phi pa zol. first vice president; Mrs fraternity. He took post graduate Jack Pritt. second vice presidentr.< at Ochsncr Clinic. New %  William Glick. treasurer 1 j Pictured at the parly given by Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach ; K ieth birthday of Mrs. Lena Mintzes are (L to r.) Mesdames Molly Whiimer r.i .T"" amntk Rn Breccm<.~ F.h>. CV..J...M T .:_. n I ,-. '-Slid Hublll. S„ sixtieth birthday of Mrs. Lena Mintzes are (L to r.) Mesdames Molly Whiimer"celU n!!? r of "• Malamuth. Rose Pressman. Esther Shedroff. Lena Mintzes. Pearl Graetz. Rose Man • %  ( Wegman. ucs an d Elsj Pioneer Women Fete Mrs. Mintzes -Art IBS, and at Johns Hopkins. Mrs. Philip Pritzert, recording i. During the war he Mrs. Goldman Will Feto.Miriam p rankJ Officers. Board Members rhnneoo r., n Mrs. Gilbert Goldman, one of! p, OSC UnC H !the vice presidents of the Sister, M If'" 6 '" n wed %| Pioneer Women Club No. Two I hood of Temple Beth Sholom, will! ^ S Mlria ; ri Junkie, whose J of Miami Beach recently honored I entertain the newly installed ofI fvf" 16 Shenvo d Rosen, sa Mrs. Lena Mintzes at a surprise! ficers and board members at a I £L £ "f „,* Ben i a n>in Rosen, party at Harfenist Restaurant in' luncheon in her home, 4622 N.'"_ tast — nd St Hialeah. ha honor of her sixtieth birthday. f a >' R ad ,' _iami Beach, on Tuesj been matted by her parents,' %  .. ... • 'day, May JO. The luncheon will Mr and Mrs. Simon Frarki. Mrs Mintzes, who has served follow a meeting of the board at 5331 S.W. 5th St. chairman nf *V lf N *w.*L.j.iA ... ., lladassah I nit To Install Off.4-ors served n the secretary: Mrs. Frank Briskmar!i I u a ^ T ,u u Moazat which plans for the coming year corresponding secretary-; Mrs I Hapoalot fo r he P ast thr ee years, will be formulated and the sumLester Lasky. financial secretary Presented with a certificate mer program announced. %  -_* T Mrs Sa ~ onin and Mrs Sam i Z* t mscript, ? n l n the book f Richard Sachs stalled as new president of the Becomes Bar Mitzvah %  % %  unt Scopus Group of Hadassah : Richard Sachs. : rmerly Miami Group) at a. sen of Mr. anc lun rreon to be held at the Garden Mrs. M. Sachs Scstaurant at 12:30 p.m. on Mon1801 S.W. 2nc day. May 29. Mrs. Joel Belov. Ave.. becam. honorary president will be inBar Mitzval ; mag officer, and Mrs. Harold Thursday, Ma\ a. Cohen will serve as mistress 25. %  e remonies. \ ., obi Max Shapiro will be 3 h e n a nTo a^' speaker. Mrs. Simon Apr:: .J, n Ior H i g J n. Musical portion of the .w.„ U1 wr ArturO d. Filippi. pjpJ f *Reception a cha^an of S t he D afVa1r. STSSS & ."R I -" Mrs. Arthur Stone, co-chair: P m at 3-4369. c a ~ I "* % % %  ovwption 111 me DCIUK OI i 3arn builders in Jabalia in Israel. The c J i w i presentation was made by Mrs. > O'Uaent Wins Honor LouLs Rubin and Mrs. Joseph The ceremony will take ] at 4 p.m. in Rabbi Max Shapi-os study. Dinner at the Shelve Hotel will follow. The bride; elect has chosen Miss Bleu -. D Marcus as her maid of honor Don Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs. | Alvin Rosen, the bridegrocS !3o3 S.W. 5th St., f brother, will be best man. awarded a silver' Th e prcspt.-ve bridepoona 11 and ScroU, naj ass C' a ted with United lb:* i '. Porn Levme In addition, the former' Lou Rubin. 2353 h Y er rk hus e b C a e nd ed ^^ ^WA^TSJLSWli .1 u t. ., nalistic fraternity, for his ediAlso honored with similar builders' certificates were the Mes, dames Molly Whitmer, Sarah ; Malamut. Rose Pressman. Pearl ^.., F ci j graetz. Rose Marcus and Elsie j ship to various colleges. Wegman. Mrs. Rinka Woll. member of the organization's national board, was guest speaker and Mrs. Esther Shedroff presided. Discontinue For Summer torial on "Let's Outlaw War." I i-iscontinue ror Summer The award also qualifies the! Birnbaum's Jewjsft Programs Miami High School student to I which have been a feature on compete for a two year scholarWMBM go off the ait Vte wees. 1 and will be resumed next iall. f Richard WAC's To Mark Eighth Birthday The newly organized Miami Chapter of the Women's Army rpa Veterans will hold a Swis/usu -dz^rnvti FINE MEERSCHAUM PIPES HAND-CRAFTED IMPORTS FROM TURKEY! Games Party Planned The Sisterhood of the Miami i Hebrew School and Congregation will sponsor a luncheon and games party on Tuesday, May 30. at 12:30 p.m. at the" school build;ng. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Mrs Ben Golden is chairman of the affair. Meyer Elected Har.k Meyer, public relations luncheon Sunday. May 28. at the director for the city of Miami' Bel Aire Hotel. Miami Beach, at Beach, was elected to the board i 1 p.m. in honor of the eighth of directors of the Association of anniversary of the corps. Municipal Public Relations Of-I Major Mary M. Push. WAC ficers at its annual meeting in I staff adviser. Third Army HeadN aw York City. quarters. Atlanta. Ga.. will be gue-st speaker. Following her talk there will be cutting of the birthday cake, group singing, a WAC" Sty i?i S J I0W and a WAC m vie. All former and present mem; I the W .men's Army Corns and the original Women's Armv • jary Corps are invited to attend. Reservations mav be made Dy writing or calling Ruth Young oox 499. 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bAY, MAY 26, 1950 *'JewishFhridlian rsonally Speaking t -Leaving for New York next Wednesday are Mr and Mr* Kleyer. 210 East Di Lido Drive. Miami Beach. They will be Cnpanied by their daughter Mrs. Jack Rosen, and their 'dson, Norman Joel, who will see them off on the Queen on June 8. The Meyers will make an extended tour of pe and will spend the High Holidays in Israel. Included in itinerary will be England, Scotland, Wales.-Germanv him. France, Switzerland and Italy. They will return on the In Elizabeth the latter part of October. + Ax. and Mrs. Sam Weissel of Coral Gables are in Philadelfor a month to attend the graduation of their son William 1 Valley Forge Military Academy. William has'been ac| at Harvard University and the University of Pennsyl-1 but has not yet decided where he will matriculate I her son, Roy. is completing his second year at Valley' B The family will visit in New York and California before ninq here. h. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, formerly of 845 Michiaan Ave ni Beach, are now making their home at 1677 River Road, onville, Fla., where Mr. Soltz is associated with Atlantic jlidated Builders Supply Co. Mrs, Soltz, the former Roslyn h, long active in Miami Beach Jewish organization activities, to continue her organizational work in Jacksonville j. and Mrs. Harry Barnhard of Miami Beach are leaving jveek for Charleston, S. C, where they will visit their son daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Howard J. Barnhard. On June fcy will attend the graduation of their daughter-in-law from Medical College of South Carolina. Hi. and Mrs. Arthur Singer, 4560 Jefferson Ave., Miami _, announce the birth of a daughter at St. Francis Hospital Vednesday. Mrs. Singer is the former Diane De Koven, Inter of Mrs. Bernard De Koven and the late Dr. De Koven and Mrs. Irving Pollock of Toledo, Ohio, and Mrs. ttte Asch of Detroit, Mich., flew back to their respective ~ is after attending the wedding of their sister, Ruth Ciralsky wil1 speak on Me [red Gottesman. Hadassah's children Max Hoffman, 318 21st St., Miami Beach, flew to last Thursday to attend the funeral of her mother, i Fields. Lending the summer at Far Rockaway, Long Island, is |Anna Karlin, 2440 S.W. 27th Lane. Kiss Ruth Gladys Finkelstein, daughter of Evelyn Bauer, bcnfirmed at the Schiff Center, Bronx, N. Y., Shavuos eve. and Mrs. Jacob De Koven, 1676 James Ave., Miami I, lef; this week for their summer home in Michigan City, ba. •* Jr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosenthal, 244 West Rivo Alto Drive, i Beach, will spend the summer in Monticello, N. Y. nr Memorial Fund To Grant rship To Summer Camp les A. Ratner Memorial i chairman. David Isen, Sidney p Fund of the Bureau | Greenberg. Louis Schwartzman PAGE NINE Pythian Sisters to Hold (tames Nite "Help to Help the Helpless" is the slogan of the games night to be sponsored by the Pythian Sisters of Roosevelt Temple 33 on Wednesday. May 31. at 8 p.m. at Dora August Memorial Hall. Co-chairmen of the affair are Alice Brooks and Ruth Chaykin. Assisting them are Manny and Doris Hollander. Henrietta Kostoff, Mildren Cotzen, Virginia Ames and Sophie Mitchell. A feature of the evening will be a variety show. Proceeds will go to various charitable projects. SisthnH i?T n ^ = b ^" s was in! "aed as president of the Saxonv Haiti T* t *„*?* Sh lom 2 lunche week at the o~r„J -h Ins alla tlon ceremonies were in the form of an Sa£uliVf h J Rabbi Le n Kronish and ,u 9 ^ Cantor camor Kelemer Plclu "d with Mrs. Robins are the rabbi and — —A rd more Card Party Slated The Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will sponsor a card party at the center building, 3198 S.W. 24th St., on Sunday, May 28. Mrs. Jack Schwartz is chairman of the affair. Assisting her will be the Mesdames N. Simons, J. Gorman. M. Goldenberg and Nathan Shenkin. Miami Junior Hadassah Will Hold Annual Donor Dinner Sunday IVight olai The annual donor dinner of Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will be held at the Trocadero Restaurant, Miami Beach on Sunday evening. May 28, Chairman Elaine Goldman has announced. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, former Zionist Youth Commission chairman. Rita Ross, will speak on Meir Shefeyah, .__'s village in Israel, and Miriam Scheinberg, retiring president, will give her report. Also scheduled to participate in the program are Miss Goldman, j who will deliver a welcome message and Mickey Einhorn, who will give the invocation. Jean Nevel will present Henrietta Szold pins to outstanding members of the year and Jewish National Tree Certificates to several members' mothers. Highlight of the affair will be installation of officers by Mrs. Mathilda Moser, senior adviser of the group. To be seated are president, Rita Ross; first vice president, Elain Goldman; second vice president, Mickey Einhorn: third vice president, Elaync Moss; treasurer, Bea Jacobson; corresponding secretary, Sarah Geltner; recording secretary, Mrs. Judy Chase. ART GREEN Beaeh Lodge Will Hold Stag Smoker ish Education of Greater will again grant a scholara Jewish youth from this a Jewish camp for the '. according to Louis tzman. executive director )u:cau. cholarship is being offered V>y or girl, 11 years of age r who has had three years "ew school training and now in attendance at a lebrew school, ipphcants for the scholarpt write to the office of eau of Jewish Education, 'gross Bldg., Miami, giving age, Jewish background s'>n for wishing to apply scholarship. The applicalould also include referoi teachers or rabbis jwnan said. atner Memorial Scholar* set up by Mrs. Matilda memory of her husband e year period, beginning tor the purpose of "en6 young people to irrtensJewish education and to "lightened and positive "P to the Jewish com,' greater Miami." m £ ,a "hip committee conbbi Murray Grauer, and Mrs. Matilda Ratner. A membership smoker and show night will climax the spring membership drive of the Miami I Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith. on Wednesday, June 7, at the Saxony Auxiliary Plans % %  % % % % %  • %  I ||o4 DiJa Wednesday, June 7, at the Saxony l IIIIII. 11 DUHl ItlUe Hotel, it has been announced by The second annual boat ride of Godfrey K. Newman, president, the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary l Membership Chairman Irving No. 199. Free Sons of Israel, will Schatzman has planned a twobe held on Sunday, May 28, at 8 i and-one-half-hour program to he p.m. aboard the "Showboat," /ollowed by refreshments. 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PAGE TEN 9-JenisiJ Hcrldiari I!I£AY.MA Y3 Star Chapter Seats Officers Donna Feldman was install as president of Star Chap) B'nai B'rith Young Women at a Mother's Day tea on V. May IT. at the Town Rests Mrs. Leonore Curtice and Mrs. Tena Katz, advisers, served as installing offic< rs Guests of honor were Selma l is, B'nai B'rith youth dii and Rosalyn Morris, president of District Five B'nai B'rith Young Women. Miss Morris presented the charter to the group. The program was planned by a committee headed by Doris Klein. Others recognized at the ceremonies were Doris Klein, first vice president; Marcia Simonoff. second vice president; Marilyn Irreal. corresponding secretary; Pearl Kaplin. recording secretary; Lois Ginsberg, treasurer: Thelma Schwartz, chaplain: Estelle Nager. historian: Thelma Potluck. parliamentarian: Doris Brown. Pearl Frisch, Charlotte Sandier. Jean Wasserman. Ruth Marmer. board members. Judge Beckham To Speak Judge Walter H. Beckham of the Dade County Juvenile Court %  will be the principal speaker at the weekly luncheon meeting of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Friday. May 2(5. ;.t 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. The judge will speak on "Jin b, linquency Control in Our I 52 Auxiliary Names Leaders Mrs. Char! >tte Plissner has ,'. u >; president of the auxiliary Ass group to entertaiiii:. n %  und< .•• an I ibled v.-..r \ Oth %  le %  '" rn ,c Burke, first vie p.. S d aid vice pres Ida Wil .. third v % %  dent: Shirley Gardiner. f..;:r:r> vice pri sident: Emily Gol< ding secretary; Mae St. rn, i corresponding secretary: Pauline Gershon, financial secretary, and Sal lie Firestone, treasurer. The board of directors consists of Perla Goodman. Sally Drucker. Ann Samson. Edith Zeffert, Ann Meltzer, Blanche Ozer. Zena • Goluskin. Dorothy Weingarten. Sadie Nathan. Beatrice Courshon, Muriel Pick. Pearl Berman, I Alice Blumenfeld. Sol am Levy. Sarah Fagan. Henny Field. Grace Levinson and Gladys Nathanson. Bess Nelson. Phyllis Pollock. i Roberta Roberts. Sadie Sisselman. .Lillian Stoff. Betty Feinberg. Jean Raab. Estelle Turk. Anne %  W hite. Lee Gottleib. Sally Levy. Rose Gaudies:. Sed Goldwin. Ann Ganz. Martha R. Heller. Deanna Abrashkm and Betty Fleischer. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS S5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phone* 9-5317 — ••6727 61 N. E. 5th Streat AL MEIDENBERG. Ownr Golden Agers Plan Memorial Services Mem i for departed Miami •'• Vgi Friends p C eld on Sunday. May 2"-. at 3 p.m. %  director of tiic center, will be ;ly forum id its i 30. a! 2 9 p : & n v I xplain the B! of Ruth and a discussion will %  |] w. Dade County Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Florida Insti-: tute of Accountants. Vict or 1. Eber Cocktail Party Slated The Sisterhood of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will sponsor a cocktail party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Einbinder, 3351 S.W. 2nd St., on Tuesday, June 13. at 8 p.m. GORDON KOFK m SHEET METAL W0| wiVv r .T. r,p,irM l win iav. on i niw reoTSI "Saliif.etory Work JT "BeritncM Hu ." m *H 0N rwp SINCERE THANKS TO ALL MY FRIENDS In Pet. 25 (51st 87lh St.. Miami Beach) Ml Kit AY GOODMAN Precinct Committeeman Clara Hirsh Landau Unit Will Hold Picnic Supper Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will hold a picnic supper and box social for members and guests on Saturday. May 27. at 9 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Max Schwartz, 620 East 51st Terr.. Miami Beach. Mrs. Schwartz is a member of the Miami Beach Chapter B'nai B'rith Women. Rema Jackson and Ruth Kalin : are co-chairmen of the event, the ( first planned by the newly in-' stalled officers of the organization. <•> "Caterers Disti" .IS. <^\ J^ For All Oerawn\ • Buffets • CodrAiW Parties • Weddings • Bar Mitmhs r. • Dinners • Engagements • Parties • Sweet Tables • Receptions • Garden Partia I Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade !33 25J S. W. 4th Str. Look For the 2-Story Wh-.te Budding THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 Oar Specialties • Unique Ice Carvings • Hot & Cold HOTS D'Oeurra • Decorated Cold Cut Chicken. & Turkey MM I NO PARTY TOO SMALL—NO AFFAIR TOO LAH8| Our consultants are prepared to visit you in your how will offer advice and suggestions it-ithout obiijaMM CALL 5-2655 OR 58-8527 — ASK FOR B0KS Distinctive Wedding Invitation Jf/ si P Jll ir& J fngraving CrJ 122 N.E. SIXTH MIAMI36.FLOIH TELEPHONE!-^ DELIC10USLY FA KOSHER HUM Under Strict H Supri** >B Apf*-"* Th B.tr. JM* Wffj| DirKUf Th GrMter <**• ** ruth. R**. J"*f EXCLUSIVELY DISTRIBUTED'IH WAMI BY Southern Provisions, Inc. MIAMIFLOBIP^J 1721 N.W. 7TH AVENUE PHONES 34021 and 2-61412



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rMAY 26, 1950 ion Named President %  'Jewistncridi-tn tlNN'ATI. (JTA) — The biennial convention of al Jewish Welfare iilecl with the election '-_ I' iison of St. Louis as |. i the organization, y Frank L. Weil, who imination after hav|d the office for 10 ypars. ion adopted a resoI : %  ( %  '•onimending to I, Jewish community they do everything "to foster a workable f with synagogues and in the respective It also set forth 9 of cooperative between the synagogues sh centers as "enthe quality of individual nip life in AmeriI that this recogninon goals "is maI miete expressions in ever-growing inships." litioil endorsed the I A sociated Serv\ med Forces, Inc.. •-• nue morale, welprograms in i (1 personnel, and \ the request of the Establishment The | dying the J.W.B.'s 1 support and co;he new organiza|l in, expressed the rness to participate |\ of ASAF with the land the National Catholic v.w Service, which, to|with the JWB make up comunities were called a resolution to continue pcreasing zeal and devoprts for the benefit of the Diets and patients in V.A. i." Other action taken by fB convention included: he U.S. Senate to approve jrity amendments which jlude employes of non^g;nizations in the proling the establishment of rHA in Jerusalem, the rael; and approving the of a committee to plan ride celebration, in 1954, Wtennial of the Jewish center movement in PAGE ELEVEN Ballet rlassos To Hold Rwita I Bernard Ostfeld, ballet master at the Miami Jewish Communitv Center, vill present his dance classes in a recital on Thursday, June I, at 3:45 p.m. An original ballet, "Cinderella," will be featured as well as several class ballet numbers. The musical background for the production is Mozart's "Erne Kleine Nachtmusik." The program is being given as the closing affair of the center's after-school children's activities and movies and refreshments will also be included. Admission is free. Person Sought The National Council of Jewish Women is seeking information about the present address of Hedwig (inn Beck) Salten, whose last known address in the United States was Brooklyn, N. Y.. and who is thought to be now living in Miami. Mrs. Salten is the daughter of Morris Beck, hum 1865 in Czechoslovakia, now deceased. The informatin is being sought in behalf Of a cousin, Paula.Sterner Schmelz, now residing in Israel. Anyone who has information as to the present whereabouts of Mrs. Salten is asked to call 3-6554, &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f ^ The Home You've Waited For Th<> Uvmv Yam Can Afford Th Home That Includes ili Finest Feature* oil the llav *v. fj eak,n 9 around for the house of worship to be erected by the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables at Zamora and Galliano are (1. to r.) Gables Mayor W. Keith Phillips; Abraham Maloft. president of the congregation: and Philip Catsman. The ceremony took place Sunday afternoon before a large crowd. Participants in the program were David Catsman. Monroe Geld. Norman R. Lyons. Stanley C. Myers. Maloff and Mayor Phillips. Myers, who gave the keynote address, compared the start of the new temple on Shavuos "to the giving of the Law of Sinai." He congratulated the audience on their courage and foresight and said he hoped that they would reap the fruit of their harvest in good Jews, "mindful of the Torah of Israel and of those laws which have become the foundation for the Morality of Civilized Humanity." nrmn MJfc tynv bnn [Joseph E. Rackovsky Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 PAMI BEACH !t Water Pool Me Furn. Aprs. %  Cabana Included |r .^9. NT i"-y. 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\ fl I ^ PAGE TWELVE +Jenisfi fUrSdHrar Dr. Levin Heads Eye. Far. Xosr. Throat Society The. Greater Miami Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat S Dr. N tth niel Lc vin pn s I n\ I a meeting 5d iy night. 0 n imed to P Dr. G L.ivin. 1 %  lent: Dr. ': % % %  Kirs presi, Jr., r 'i' years : .. : i el D :. %  | the various | lilting to i • tioi %  %  [ variou f eye. ear, nose rid 1 ring in in indu: I %  • %  I ice." Zionist Youth To Hold Son" Fet< k Plans are being formulated for the annual Young Judaea song : %  stival to be held the end of May. it was announced by Cantor Samuel Kelemer. chairman of the Zi nist Youth Commission. Each club may present three numbers, the cantor disclosed. S :n:s may be sung in Hebrew or Yiddish with one selection in English. An original song ov parody with Young Judaea. Jewish or Israel theme will be per-' mitted. Judging will be based on presentation, musical ability, v rhythm, expression . Miami t>c2Ci. Lodge. B QHI B rtth. m the Beach high schools. Educators and civic leaders are shown reading one of the eariy entries in the contest Seated, leit to right, are Saul Gcnot. chairman; Oin C. Webb, principal Miami Beach High SO col; ard Miss Malvir.a Weiss, principal South Beach Elementary School. Standing are Dr. Wilbur Wishrer ard Harry J. Son* of the lodae ccmrr.iitee. First prize will be a S50 U. S. Savings Bond, second prize a $25 bond, and third prize SIC in cash. Essays must not contain more than 250 wcrds and must be submitted by midnight of May 25. Ai.i,.i..r-_ Style Show To Highlight Center lTA Mooting A kiddie fashion show will Hy Sweet highlight the annual election tea Irvin Cyp of the Parent-Teacher Association of the Miami Bench Jewish' Center at 2 p.m. on Tuesday. May 0 in the air-conditioned social of the center. Chairman of • the nominating %  ommittee i : M.-s. Harry Rogers. Solving with her are Mrs. (;< Gl ild and Mrs. Sai ::. In tli; c freer, 1 p; esident, Mrs. Irving Cypen, vice presicU nt, bi Irving Lehrmon will adthe group. Mrs. Irvin | lan will commentate the ii show and Mrs. Ben n will provide the piano accompaniment. Clothes will be from the Kitty Kane Shop. Organized in November, 1949. the PTA has sp nsored the Chanuka and Purim festivals. ;he I !" ^m*,i Passover Seder. t BOmer p:cn c anH anc standing P p U pf ls and %  *. J Committee in ments will include ^ oil ore ft Theodo _. "ULrST'S PRESCRIPTIONS mj LENSES AND FRAU DUPLICATED^ LARGE SELECTION LATEST STYLES Beach OpiiJ Service 350 Lincoln Ron Suite 502-Ph 0ntSjfl Coulton Bros. ere a Fr end in .Wed is a Friend Indei Accidents W! Jk f& let us fix env 1 ti> Paint A Itodu Shop Our staff is capable of handling any job, whether it is a wreck or a dent. Prices are ve/y reasonable and work is guaranteed. Estimates cheerfully given. One trial and you will be convinced. STOP IN AND SEE US. S. W. 8th St. and 81h Ct. On the Trail Ph. 3-2244 Ph. 2-6652 WlHick To Speak At fonrlavo Here (Continued from Page 1) Young Zionist Districts in Florida, which have emerged as the result of the recent incorporation of Masada into the ZOA. Gilbert Rappaport. past president of Masada, will preside at this meeting and Hyman Pomerantz. director, extension activities. Bureau of Jewish Education, will lead the discussion. Dr. Sidney Marks, executive director of tiie 10.\ will deliver the principal address at the luncheon. Goodman revealed that there will be a special committee on Florida Good and Welfare, which will make recommendations to the afternoon business session. Among participants will be Alex \ an Ctraaten. Burnett Roth. Abraham Goodman. Louis Schwartzmarfr SttymovH B. Liebman, Rabbi Irving LAhrman. Rabbi Leon KConjSh of Miami and Miami Beach: Dr. Harold Webman of West Palm Beach; Jack Becker of Jacks invilh: Carl Van of Lake. Worth: Arthur Pariser of Orlando; Rabbi Manuel Greenstein of West Palm Beach; I Manuel Arinoyitz of Tampa: and d M. Clavan of St. Petersburg. Assisting Gorrdman with inference arrangements are registration, Gilbert Rappaport; deems, David C. Goodman; publicity. I. R. Goodman: program. S. A. Goodman and Melvin Richardson: music direction. CanSamuel Kelemer: and coordination. Rabbi Isadore H. Shoulson. Reservation! may be made bv callin g the Zionist office. 53-4643. Labor Leader Will Receive ADL Report Frank Roche, president of the Florida Federation of Labor, will be presented with the first official Florida labor copy of the newbook. "A Measure of Freedom." at a special breakfast sponsored by the Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith. at the Alcazar Hotel, on Sunday. May 28. at 10 a.m. The presentation will be made by Tropical Lodge as a phase of its Anti-Defamation League program. Copies of the new book are also being distributed by the lodge to editors, judges and civic officials in the Greater Miami area Plans for the presentation at the breakfast ceremony are being coordinated by Sam Kessler. president of Tropical Lodge; Dr. Lester Gordon, lodge Anti-Defamation League chairman: Gilbert J. Balkin. director, and Bernard Hutner. assistant director, respectively, of the Florida regional Anti-Defamation League office The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR • CAFETERIA MIAMI BEti 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. THE BROWNDORFFS DE SOTO HOTEL AND HEALTH RESORT SAFETY HARBOR. FLA. Phone: Clearwater 3-2367 SPRING AND SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT: $7.00 PER DAY. PER PERSON, AMERICAN PLAN. A Modern, Steamheated. Fireproof Hotel. All Room* with Private Bath or Shower. Elevator Service Physiothera p y —massage colonies — mingral baths and allied treatments. Special diets for those in need. Make your deposits here .. .TODfl* SAVINGS BM muswm %  Leonard L. Abess, President 46 W. 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Y, MAY 26. 1950 ^JwistFhridH&ri RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY „le israei (Reform), 137 |th SI. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. [Emeritus. I,i. ,;, service* at 8:15 p.m. i will preach on -f The sh Community Center Irvative). 2020 Polk St.. Trood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; %  at %  Saturday a) :•:::". Sunday • i ":S0 to 10:JO the center pie Lmanu-El 'Reform), i Andrews Are., Fort Laud[ Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. will conduct th* • ich. The public is hool at the temple ,i in. Religious school Hebrew School and ConIon Orthodox). 1101 S.W. Vve. Rabbi Simon April. | Berele Kelemer. •.. %  i g services at 6 inn. : I : %  Mishna at 3:30 M •! %  '..;. Shalos . and %  i • 7::ui a.m. and school from 3:30 pie lietn snoiom (Liberal), Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Leon Kronish; Cantor I Kelemer. • %  %  %  service* at 8:15. [K l-h will speak. ( g follow the nervlces In Li • Ell who has Just re|fr.m Israel. Sabbath service legation Beth Uavid (ConIvc Coral Way and 26th |Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mamches. services at 6:30. lay morning at 3, rogation Kneseth Israel lional 1415 Euclid Ave.. Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. ,i^ 0ral n G n ables Jewis h Center (Liberal) Rabbi Morris A. Skop Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave near Le Jeune. Congregation Beth El (Ortho| dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi i Murray Grauer. Friday evening s-t'vii-*. Qt f.-*, Saturday m„,,,i,.. s s.. v „ ,. I"" Rabbi (frauer wllP sneak o2 ,',, f. :;o < << the week.-'-"j"r k ;-;'.„L ,'",;, a.m. Mlncha at :i:, followed i„ < i Shudoa. Religious ^uL^!^,^: North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Saturday Afternoon Sessions To Close The final afternoon session of Artnit 2E Za utd00 'Forurn for Adult Education will be held f24 n a K y c ^ a L 27 at 3:30 P' m at in i 1 ^'Mlami Bea ch. Prof. Edward Clarke of the University PAGE THIRTEEN of Miami will speak on the lives of Robert and Clara Shuman. The Tuesday night sessions at which Dr. Abraham W'olfson will lecture on "The Art of Living" will continue through the summer. Next Tuesday Dr. Wolfson will speak on "Why Grow Old?" Sunday Night Dances T"e Young Adult Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center will resume its Sunday night dances at the center. The FDR Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Men will sponsor the affair on May 28 Friday evening services at 6:30 •Iday 6:15. Kabbalas |i.m. Saturday morning Kiihbl Ever will 'speak. will lecture on %  : the Fathers." followed by Shoh.s Z and remarks bv IMaai follows. Dally Hetoi'1 Mondaj thn.ush Thursday I' in Mishna after '•-. i'lass in Jewish cusbefore Mincha aid Daily servicej at x lelh Israel Congregation of %  (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th (evening services at 6:15 p.m.. 1.:i" a.m. wiih Mlncha at 6. ntin that area are invited side Jewish Center. Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave. St. taai s Smith will offlci• v I \: en Ft Ida} evening. ph<...i clause* every Sundav a of Dr. Win. Boros, 655 N.W. Hebrew 'lasses under dill Rev. Philip Kried at 6701 k Ave. on Mondays and from 4 to 6 p.m. Academy. 918 61h St.. Beach. %  evening services at 6:30; Saturnine at Mlncha at 6:30 >' Shalos Seudos. Zmiras and p.v guests. Maariv will follow. Wees at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 0a.\ morning services at 8. Saturday morning at B:8u. Intermedlat< Cong, at 9 a.m.-.MIncha at 6:30 v> 'l by Shalos Sudos. N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9 00 > clock. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, cantor. At services Friday evening the rabbi will speak on "The Failure of Modern Education.' Israelite Center (Conservative 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Friday night services at C: Saturday morning at 9. Daily services at 8 a.m. Congregation loung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Service Friday nignt at 6; Saturday night at 6 Mincha services followed by Shall.s Seudi.s. Services Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. ami ., ::n p.m. All Young Israel members in the ana are invited tu attend. North Daae Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday morning services at 10. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday services at 9 *.m. Congregation beth Tlilah (OrI [ thodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evtning services at 6:30. Saturday morning at 8:30. The rabbi will preach on Portion of the Week. At 5:15 p.m. Rabbi Itackovsky will speak on "Ethics of the Fathers," followed by Mlncha at B:45. Shaios Seduos and Maariv. Daily services 7:30 a.m. followed by class in Mishna. Mlncha services at 6:30 followed on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays by class in Laws and Customs, and on Mondays and Wednesdays by class in Jewish Legends of the Talmud. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 6:30; Saturday morning at 9. The rubbl will preach on the Portion of the Law. Daily services aa 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. king and Polishing — Lubrication — Batteries — Tires Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Delivery 71st Street Service Station C. A. MacDONALD SHELL SERVICE P Street. Miami Beach Phone 86-9170 MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL MIAMI BEACH |FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS r MIAMI BEACH We've Got Them NOW] -WORLD'S GREATEST SAFETY COMBINATION! cunupr AUCD CHANGE-OVER SPECIAL %  k Puts them on your cat" now. Gives you up to 6 months to pay. Offers top allowances on present tires and tubes. • R0YALTEX-MW safety trejd device grips where bret never tieie before. + Gi.ei up to 60% more tafe %  Hot. £edattlc whawjlli. U. S. 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PAGE FOURTEEN vJewlsti tier Mian DOV Chapter To Sponsor Luncheon, Card Party DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women will sponsor a luncheon and card party on Wednesday, May 31, at 12 noon at the home of Mrs. Joseph Sobel, 680 S.W. 7th Ave. Dietary laws will be observed and reservations may be made by calling 9-4575. Obituaries RICHARD BOBES Two years old, of #810 S.W. "th St., was killed this week by an automobile In front of his home. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hob,.Services were conducted at the 1 teach Memorial tlnapel. 1850 Alton Road, with interment following in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. RORY HANKOFF Two years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. 1316 15th St., died Sunday in a local hospital. Services were held at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. NATHANIEL E. SALL 49, of 2980 Flamingo Drive, passed away last week In I'hlladelphia. Mr. Sail, was vice president and general manager of Miami Crown Distributor, lived in Miami for six years, coming here from New York. He was a member or the Westvlew Country Club, active in the Jewish Federation of Charities, and an active worker in charitable and philanthropic circles. Survivors Include his wife, Mildred, and two daughters, Edilh and Dorothy. Services were held in the Riverside Memorial Chapel, New York City. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl IT. IN AM' FOR DADK COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. ERNEST F. ANDREWS. Plaintiff, vs. RUTH M. ANDREWS. Defendant. TO: RUTH M. ANDREWS 4S7 E. Main Street lt.it.ivu. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill for Divorce has been filed against you In the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the I'lalntlffs attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before June 26th, AD. 150. DATED at Miami, Florida, this !4 day of May. 1950. K. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and for Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) B* WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. PALI.OT. SILVER. TATHAM & WAYNE Attorneys at Law 1214-19 Congress Building Miami. Florida 5/26 6/8-9-16 MAURICE ROSEN 55, of 111 Clboa Court. Coral Gables, passed away Saturday In a local hospital. Mr. Rosen came here four years ago from Brooklyn. He was a member of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, the Miami Showmen's League, arid the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order. Survivors Include his wife, Fannie; his mother, Mrs. Bessie Rosen, Miami; a son George. Brooklyn, and daughter, Mrs. Lillian Kaiter. Coral Gables: also five brothers. Harold and Joseph. Miami. Ruben and Henry, Pittsburgh, and David, of Charleston, S. C.: two sisters. Mrs. Ruth Shapiro, of Miami, and Miss Rose Rosen, of Atlantic City. Services were held at Gordon's Funeral Home with Rabbi M. Skop officiating. Interment followed at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. BENJAMIN LEVINE Passed away this week. Services wen held wednesdaj at Gordon's 1] Horn.with interment In Mt. Nebo Centet* CARRIE BAER S -:• % %  • of Haute Weil and Ruth Y,,rk foi services and Interment by Mi Chat el, 1850 Alton NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Soda-Bar at 1620 N.W. 2nd St.. Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAYMOND COLKMAN JAMES P. ALBE M. S. MARLIN 502 Bltcayne Building Attorney for Applicants 5/2< 6/2-9-16 ARTHUR YOHALEN %  :it this Week Fl Si n • > were i |: v. %  ..•!. 1850 All ntertnem in Ml Sinai H %  >..%  %  : NOTICE OF SALE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23794. In Re: Estate of Theodoulos Kalozols, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to the order of the above Court, dated May 18, 1950. a public sale of the estate's assets, to-wit, a one third Interest In the chattels and business known as Pete's Bar B-Q, located at 8587 B. W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida, shall be held at 2:00 P.M., Monday, June 19, 1950. at 2537 S. W. Rth Street. Miami, Florida, for the purpose of paying the debts of the estate. The sale shall be conducted by the undersigned administrator of the above estate and shall be made for the best price obtainable. Dated: May 23. 1950. ANDREAS CHHISTODOULOU Administrator LIEBMAN AND ROSEN Attorney! for Administrator 502 Blscayne Building Miami, Florida 3 26 0 J-9-U NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1 I If II OAROUNE SANDS, Plaintiff, vs. FRKDERICK A. SANDS. Defendant. TO: Mr. Frederick A. Sands, c/o Mrs. Eileen Baker, 420". 4Sth Avenue Woodside. Long Island, N. Y. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill or Complaint In the above cause for Divorce, on the plalntlfrs attorneys, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before June 21, 19*0. otherwise said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 22 day of May, M* E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. 8TOOKING. Deputy Clerk. MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 660 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 5/26 6/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT FIFTH DISTRICT. MIAMI HEAi'H FLORIDA—No. 3770. JOSEPH 8TILLMAN, Plaintiff, vs JERRY REGAN. Defendant. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of a writ of execution Issued In the above styled cause, I, Harry S. Hlgglns, Constable of the Fourth District of Dade County, Florida, have levied upon and wlli offer for sale "and sell to the highest bidder for cash at 10 a.m. on the 20th day of June, 1950, In the office of the Honorable Kenneth Oka, Judge of the Small Claims Court, at 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla., all the right, title, and interest of said JERRY REGAN in the following described property, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: entire interest In and to the following: One 1940 Buick four-door sedan. DATED this 12th day of May, 1950. HARRY S. HIGGINS. Constable. Dade County, Fla. 5th District (Seal) By JOHN A. WHALEN, Deputy. MANFRED J. BERLINER Attorney for Plaintiff 311 Lincoln Road 5/19-26 6/2.9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ANDY'S GRILL at 1141 N.W. Third Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM COHAN Applicant MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 5/26 6/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Coral Gate Medical Building at 3180 S.W. 22nd 8L, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of theCircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LENA FEINSTEIN ZIMMERMAN Owner MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 5/26 6/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< 'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ndersigni %  ng to engage In the fictitious name of -i Products al 275 N" W 27th %  '• • %  ; lo rei 1st); .-.mi name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ROBERT I.. SHNAYERSON i inner i'5-12-1926 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that lersieneil. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Playmate* sport Toga at 132 N. W 24th Street. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LEON B, BROWN _, SARA L BROWNSIDNEY BOBBINS Attorney for Applicants 901 N. E. 2nd Avenue 5 M f 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Ac> Employment Service at 127 N E. 1st Ave.. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SAM GREF.NRERG NAT LAWRENCE Partners 5 2 6'2-9-16 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND Ft'R DADK COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. I Ri : ESTATE I IP DAVID ZAVON, Deci is. ,1 To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims OB Demands Against Bald Estate: I and i h of you, are hereby • I and required to presi nt any and demands which you. o: either of you, may have against the estate of DAVID ZAVi'N. lie, eased. late of DADK County, Florida, to the Hon. W p BLANTON. County Judge of Dado County, anil file the same In his office iii 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 addt'e a of the claimant and to be sworn to and preseivLil as aforesaid, or same will he barred: See Section 120 of the W.\ Probate Act. Date May 22. AD. 1950. ROBERT H. ZAVON. As Executor of the I,ast Will and Testament of DAVID ZAVON. Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executor .",, %  26 6/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Star Liquor Store at 1501-U3-05 N. W. 3rd A\emie, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. STAR TRADING CO., INC. A Florida Corporation MYERS, HEIMAN 4KAPI.AN Attorneys for Applicant 650 Seybold Bldg. .'•'26 6'2-9-lS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 132405. HELEN SNYDER, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH SNYDER. DefendanL TO: JOSEPH SNYDER, c/o Goodman. S3 Bleeker Street. New York City. New York. "OU ARE NOTIFIED a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you In the above cause and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 29th day of May. I960: otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint Will be taken as confessed by you. May 1st, 1950. E. P. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT. Attorney for Plaintiff, 927 Lincoln Road, MIan Bea ".. Florida. T, 5-12-19-26 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 11894. In Re: ESTATE OF ANNA KORETZKY. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or DemandB Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Anna Koretsky, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of theflrst publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date May 19, AD. 1950. HARRY KORETZKY. As Administrator of the Estate of Anna Koretsky, Deceased. ELRY STONE Congress Building Attorney for Administrator. 5/26 6/2-9-16 FRIDAY? LEGAL: ajS^§S5v3 ELEVENTH V. COl-SPi :)FFi.,'ihT, l A j l v i) ii ^o COUNTY iK" AN'Dftfl ,132926. CHAxSb MAX ROSE.WSTp.v, 1 (ffisS"8K-i m Montgomery fetal Brooklyn, NeV f£* You are reesljitl your answer 0 f ?'?, &f „. for %  Dlvlrce onh?^ fi and to fii e .h. ^Wsb ajM office of the SSL 1 "'"** 11 Court on or bf„. ,K 0 J une, A.D m;n u hi of Complaint for ShSH "led herein, w ,, Z<". kj feased by you ** RIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 132715. WILLIAM KRANZ. Plaintiff, vs. ANNA KRANZ. Defendant. TO: ANNA KRANZ, ISO Riverside Drive New York, N. Y. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a bill of complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and vou are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the bill of complaint on the plaintiff's attomev and '"e original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of June, 1950, In default of which the bill of complaint will be taken as confessed sgainst you. Dated this 12 day of Mav. 1950 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, .„, PM" County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. FRANK E. SOLOMON DePU y C erk Attorney for Plaintiff 611 Blscayne Building Miami, Florida. 5 19-26 6/2-S • Tbe GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association. Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. adrisM the public: In the meat 1. To watch for the sign of the OMVH fl 1 D 3 market* before purchasing your products; 2. To watch for the ring with the insignia of the GMVH before buying your chickens; 3. That tut GMVH endorse, ONLY FRESHLY KILLED chickens in the live poultry markets. For other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky. tit Michigan Arenue. Telephone 5-3595. HARRY SIHKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN, Sac A. M. BEAR. Vice Pre*. S. LOBEL, Tree*. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL .v!" >,..,.. DISCHARGE IN < OI NTY .IlTMiKS COURT Iianp IRVING C.REENBERG Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that t to \S& rS. E~! -'•<•"""" 1.V.1 ion cutrix ,f f£ ha '' B '' HK "'"'llary exeJ 6 *"> "f June, 1960. I will apply This 12th day of May, 1950 MYERS. HE,£AN^^PS ERO 6 A /V9 0 r as' > 6% 0 9 r ABcUta r ^ctJrl. 'Briefcase Brigades" are Extinct at Pan American! Naturally when you have banking or financial problems, you want to solve them quickly and efficiently. You want to eliminate needless „ conferences... endless talks with "briefcase brigadiers". We believe in thoroughness, of coursebut we also believe in smooth efficiency that eliminates unnecessary delays. One reason why we are able to offer you the kind of service you want is the fact that the officers of your locally owned and operated Pan American Bank, are delegated with full authority to act immediately without further consultation. So, if your financial or banking needs are within the scope of the sound banking principles that govern our every transaction.. .you'll experience no unnecessary delay no "briefcase brigade" -when you do business with the Pan American Bank of Miami. That's why we say, come in and see us todaya PV ^2^.^^^j, PRESIDENT PAN AM of Banking Htmr DA • Jf"*r*l Pan American took suMdma „7RI."A-'| MIMIII rEDfiAl !•••*.SS IEMIEI fCOItAl 0l*O*IT INSUtANC^,



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lY MAY 26, 1950 I LEGAL NOTICES ITICE 8V PUBLICATION •I IT CoCRT OF THE i A I. CIRCUIT IX AND COl'NTY, FLORIDA.— :i:V. No. 1527JO. UEIiANTZ. PlBlntiff, S. POMERANTZ, Jll'i IAI'1 AN 3 s POMERANTZ e Avenue Jersey i ebj ordered and rca copy of your Answer lomplalnt, a copy of wed herewith, on ii ney, and fillthe • office nf l!nclerk of irl "ii or before the i June, 1950, otherwise the ...I Bill will be taken you. At Miami, Kl..ri.la, this l.'.th lay. 19.*>0 K. B. LEATHERMAN, of the Circuit Court. .: Seal) By: M. C. FEME. Deputy Clerk. EN, ESQ., foi I'teintlff Id Bldg., a. NOTiCE O^APPUC^S— jj .NOTICE IBWRIS? Ben Boskin, GIVEN .I...M,," ;„• ,v that ^^^^^ssfiii i in i numbered l.:;i the Slat daj of Mai |, ; l 1 s "' certificate! ami has made in vi/ : ';; r : "-" Lot 16 Is NOTICE HBRBB* GIVEN that NOTICE IS the undersigned ""' : ''the fietiUou" e<1 "' '" ,Ni LEGAL NOTICE PAGE FIFTEEN NOT C 4^ P S L B e C ^ION' LEGAL NOTICE ion Tax ItlCBKrc^ PORTNOT Mla.nl 0 B "ng Miami, NOTICE OF riCE BV PUBLICATION CIRCCIT Cl lURT OF THE Uri'l'-IAI. I'lRCflT IN AND •ABE COl'NTY, FLORIDA.— lANCERY, No. 1327S1. lA S. HENRY, I'laintiff, vs. [HIN PA I I. HENRY, lint. HJAMIN PAUL HENRY Brl Street Missouri l hereby ordered and'required jopy of your Answer to the Complaint, a copy of which bed herewith, on Plaintiffs 'and file the original in the 'th" Clerk of the circuit Court pf. re the 15th Day of June, Irwise the allegations of said pi.inpl.iint will be taken as i ; %  you. at Miami, Florida, this 16th ay. 1950. E, IV LEATHERMAN, k Of the Circuit Court. Issued was •Strntmnn. Lota 2S th„ s '"' 1 certificate the name of Frank K. Block B. I. in „,,, v i^^JSSjf** Deas. Hme of Will H. wMI.be issue.l^eYeon IS^Vgj W !" i cn?r r MAST ER s SALE IN AND FOR A CIRCUIT FLORIDA iv VM.! 1 ^ COUNTY. IN HANCERY, N, El'.li' \\. aid .•',," %  "•';"" l; with law. FLORIDA "" : DADE 132433. II IE CIRCUIT .. COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No! •'ay of May, — -.-....,.„ mere n V"?' A D ,9S0 A.D at ^5o! h S he 3rd S to S MSATfflatMAN, ftaj In lrC il Court -Circuit Court s d ea0 OU ty "38. B >' N. C. STERRETT 5/5-12-19-26 6/2 Deputy Clerk. mtmd le*tiw? ESta5? 2 h *ijpSJ %  "? Circuit Court of^h."*B end, W Judicial Circuit of i.'i...L • Eleventh ,K„'"-" %  %  "' %  "Sy; 01 May. A. I.. P K „ ."/-'.^TIlKfl.VIAN, Clerk of Clrcull Court, (Circuit Court'^lT' 5 '' "' ,i :l By N. C. STERRETT, S/5-12-19-26 6/2 Deputy clerk. real Seal | Bs M %  BEN, ESQ.. I !• •. Plaintiff b!il Building, i Ida C. FEIQE, Deputy cicrk. IN TH^cn.c,M P UBUCAT 'N IJS654 •'HANCERY, No. imder and K ^2" %  dfc.ee. BfiUtffl following described of sale, the property situate Ce BY PUBLICATION !!.••! IT COURT (>K THE HI •" DICIAL CIRCUIT 1 Mill DADE COUNTY IN-CHANCERY, No! Of the Clerk of the Cir, „i on ..rbef,,,,. ,„,,,„ %  %  %  ;"• %  •'" %  '•wlso. the ItiH ... 1 ," v 1 ''''' heretofore "HI be taken as eonve. ANNA inaj in the;^^ n ;i;j;: ';i':)a. fR, I'laintiff, l 'ufi II. I.mt. tXC.IiR n fork HEREBY NOTIFIED Divorc. has been tiled entitled ;.'"n> i>bj required v,.,. ,„ „„. '" the Plaintiffs % %  : %  ^r 1 '-" la, this U /•• l: J.I.'ATHERMAN, : -.y. Florida'."""" 1 I WM. \V. STOCKING, fclLVER, l>e|,ut >' Clerk. I*.WAYNE, i Plaintiff Building office Court June. of Complaint filed herein, feaaed by you. ,.. l: ,: LEATHBRMAN, Clerk of the Circuit court, ,r>, ., I Mil.' "lintV, Fllll'illl (Circuit Court Seal) '"• By M. c. FEIQE Name and Addra,, of Depnty Clerk Plaintiffs Solicitor: i ,''''< X L %  """••'I'MAN, 1023 Seybold nuiidini,In iii n !" pi-ojiertv sit FSKS-,'-".-,^;.^""-'-". to-wit: iAL,i-A.\DAl.i., according to th Rtat thereof rooorded ,„ HatBodS ^rd?*of"Da d 3 i FK run In an Baaterly direction along go Noutherly-line „f said Lot lR •I lie SU, V S ;"" "'l>of or the aw M of the .\K\ ,„ %  the % %  %  ft. to a poln peing the intersection ..f the' list "".'" ed line with the weaterfi right o way i|„ f ,„• stl! ,. ,.„'>, •. or Federal Highway i a, N0T AP E PL l r^^ NTI N^ i ^~^^i APPLICATION FOR F'NAL IN cni'v^,SCHAF ^ GE RE: ESTATE OF IRVINC, R. BECKER; Deceased. MARK 8ILVEBS^ LT %  vV^Viyg Adminl ""-"t'''* N0T C E Oh INTENTION TCTMAKI APPLICATION FOR FINAL iv !" ,..._ DISCHARGE IN C VnivoTi,. "' hX deceaaed, 1,,'v Tu P ls ,.'"' l 'V given that I ror Final i'ii' '.'"•" repoM ,,n PetWon >i Una I Discharge as EN ,,,i x ,. f 0.0 eatate of 8ara?Rapha^'d^eaaed and that on the 29th day of May v V Ven M "" y '" ,h Honorable ,;.„',\.'•'" ''".",• County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said polni, said „,,i„t; final rVporl andfir flnaniaehargeai • %  stale of Sarah %  % %  i %  %  •. No. 1 Bog 275 Wept Albany, New York a in A K !': HEREBY NOTIFED th.it h,, tilli ""!""."" f,,r iv ""ha! Men filed agafnat you, and you are hereby required to serve a copv of JOUI Answer to the Bill of Comnhiint TO the pla ntlffs attorney, and file rh*. "'"! Answer In the office of lha Clerk of the Circuit Court on of before the 29th day of May I95i ff wllf Sf &?!?*• th J B,U <^Co2p|#lnt i ov,ak ''". as '•""''•^' %  'i agalnai vou. i,iy ,! %  a nd ORDERED at Mia-hil, •Vplii, i':"!)' 1 *'' ,l,la Uli M ll:l >'' E. B. LEATHERMAN. /mi. .' I, l k f ""-' Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. w. STOCKINQ LEO SHEINER Ue uty lcrk Attorney for I'laintiff [204-05 I'aeifie liuilding Miami .12, Floridii I'hone: vu' -71174 5/5-12-19-26 NOTICE P'i'1.1 iStiPdSSS """^ hat ">1 \ ,r i c tU j2S" na| T>e of I" 1 Michigan .,. ^eh. Dade County, %  ; r "f'ter said name ...'^.'.rcult Court fep ; 1 : I :,,|, PTY { M T ,.v T -: TI WR ,N 'C t BRENNE 0 R OMBR I,res Applicant Road Florida. In. d M! R LA F VV CT T,OUS I'ljUKUV .;i\-i.;.v lha .l-rii.K to engage in flctltloua name of IV T^, T C E TO CREDITORS J H .lP l NTV JI'IXJES COI-RT ^mnn'l P0R DADE COUNTY: 24V44 • "" IN PB OBATE, .No! In Re: ESTATE OF ARTHI-R WEIL, Deceaaed. To All Crodltors and All Persons HavSafd Estate: '" 1 n ,n S ***** J r m J nrt J t a< h of you ar e hereby notified ,„,d required to present ancairns and demands which vou, or either of you, may have against the eatat* of Arthur Weil, deceased, laVe w i a,l S, ( u tv Fll "-'da, to the Hon. ;„:,. n,an '"": County Judge of Dade in !i %  ?." d f i le '£ e same I" his office Pm.i, ,1 Si' Un i y Courthouse In Dado £££"&' lor 'd.-i. within eight calendar s ,i fro ?' thp ,la,e of the first publication hereof. Said claims .or demands to contain the legal address or tho claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same Tail n" bar re'\ IV I v'AH, CIRCUIT • CHANCERY, No. ^"SSJ?" JODOVICH. 'HILIP JODOVICH. r ineii that Rill f ln 'vorce ;ha bee ^' f| ,"„' "Kv of 5 "?^ quired Jhe Bill i? u £ Answer or In the nffP Kl 1 aI Answer It i-„" ? ff lee of the Clerk ne? ,ii, on r hefore the .. n t' L"? 0 -, 7 Vou fall to <"• of May, A.D! NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TDK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HADE Coi'XTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 132623. EVE ROMERO LEVY. Plaintiff, vs. GILBERT LEVY, Defendant. TO: GILBERT LEVY 100 Woodruff Avenue Brooklyn, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill for Divorce has been filed against you In the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serye a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before June 9th, 1950. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 9 day of May, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and for Dade Countv, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. PALLOT. SILVER, TATHAM & WAYNE Attorneys for Plaintiff 1214-19 Congress Building Miami. Florida 5/12-19-28 6/2 1: Dad. Clrcul Court. *.!,!, Co "nty, Florida PVU w. STOCKING. TER Deputy Clerk, uildlng NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flotitious name of ASBURY APARTMENTS at 541 S.W. 4th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GEORGE STONE LILLIE STONE LOUIS STONE SARAH K. STONE ELRY STONE 1010 Congress Building. Miami, Fla. Attorney for GEORGE STONE, LILLIE STONE, LOUIS STONE and SARAH K. STONE — %  -"-" Bald point being the Interaectiori i/„, M e8t rly '. ,n '•' "Id State Road No. 4, with the weaterly line of Lot i or the eaaterly Una of Lot 8, Block ::, HALLANDALE h"', V V"ri" lom '"tneno continue in a northeasterly direction along the last mention o urse pro" %  luccd Northeasterly along the westerly line of said State Road Wkv rwi SSSl b S d in R'ght-ofWaj Deed recorded in Deed Book ..... Page 84, Public Records of ,.i'!/••< -" u ,t >;-_ *''"'•'*•. a distance OT84.(15 f to the point of beginning of the tract of land herein described; from said point of beginning continue northeasterly along the last mentioned course produced Northeasterly along the Weaterly line of said state Road NO. 4, a distance of 100 rt. to a IMiim. thence run westerly along a line deflecting to the left 114 degrees, 31 minutes, 49 seconds r'",K i 'f'",i b ,'' 1 1 '' parallel to and 181.848 ft. distant northerly from the south line of said Lota .1 and 4, Block 3, HALLANDALE, a distance of 750.39 ft. to a point, said point being on the westerly line of said Lot :;, Block .1 HALLANDALE, thence run southerly along a line deflecting 81 degrees 13 minutes, n.i second! to the left along the westerly lino of said lxit 3, Block :i ; a distance of 81.0 ft. to a point, thence run easterly along a line deflecting to the left s.s degrees. 46 minutes, .i7 seionds. a Ions; a Una parallel to and 80.874 ft. distant northerly front the south line of said Lots 3 and 4, Block .!, HALLANDALE. a distance of 706.93 ft. to the point of beginning of the tract ot land herein described, containing 1.S2 acres, more or less: SECOND TRACT: Being a portion of the Southwest Quarter (SWV) of the Northeast Quarter . .. ~ Dade Ct >unty. Florlda. (Clrcult Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., GENET & GE.NET D8PUty C 6rk 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for I'laintiff 5/5-12-19-M NOTICE DF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JCIH1E-S COCRT. DADE COUNTY, FI/IRIDA.—No. 22124, RE: ESTATE OF SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, I leceascd. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A. of the estate of SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, deceased: and that on the 2:1 day of May. 19r,0 will apply to the Honorable W. K BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A. of the Will of SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, deceased. This asth day of April, 1950. ,,,., MAX R. SILVER. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A, 5/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIYEN that the undersigned, desiring to.engage in business under the fictitious nalne of MARLIN EQUIPMENT CO. (not inc.) at 2011 Calais Drive, Miami Beach. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BERNARD RODIN'S MARY H. RODINS GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fia. 5/5-12-19-26 .'ii.eiii. ri.-lll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that to ^ho undersigned, desiring to engage In satisfy said business under the fictitious name of Johannes' Tailors & Dry Cleaners at 1110 West Flagler Street, Miami, I lorlda, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN ABRAMOWITZ Sole Owner MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorne ys for Applicant ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Florldlan solicits your legal notices. 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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 26, 1950

Subjects

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

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:01164

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
foLUME23NUMBER 21
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
inger Renamed President
t Federation Meeting
William D. Singer was re-elected president of the Greater
liami Jewish Federation at the twelfth annual meeting of the
ioup at Temple Beth Sholom last Thursday night. Jacob Sher
ras also re-elected honorary president.
Others elected to office were Jack Ablin, Jacob H. Gardner,
Abraham Goodman, Dan B. Ruskin, Herbert E. Scher, vice
residents; Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
ecretary; and Joseph M. Rose,
reasurer.
Named as trustees were Sam
hank, Samuel Friedland, Moses
jlnsberg, Samuel Katz, I. L.
lintzer, Stanley C. Myers, Max
Brovitz, Joseph A. Richter, Monte
Selig. Harry Sirkin, Joseph R.
B'ein. Carl Weinkle and Jacob
Eiskind. One hundred fifty gov-
fcrnors-at-large were also elected.
The following amendments to
Ihe charter and by-laws were
kssed: changing the number of
bfficers by increasing the number
u trustees from five to twelve;
Excluding the trustees from auto-
natic membership on the execu-
te committee; changing the
itanding committees by excluding
he rating and feview committee
tnd adding a committee on multi-
appeals and a by-laws com-
mittee.
Plaques were presented to
Ruskin in appreciation of his
services as chairman of the 1950
Combined Jewish Appeal and
Rabbi Morris A. Skop of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center in recogni-
II ialeah Enacts
Anti-Klan Law
The Hialeah city council Tues-
day night adopted an ordinance
aimed at the Ku Klux Klan.
By unanimous vote the council
enacted regulations that outlaw
wearing masks in public or burn-
ing crosses on private property.
It is similar to ordinances already
in effect in Miami and Miami
Beach.
The action of this issue was
touched off by a local newspaper's
expose of the reorganization of a
Ku Klux Klan unit in the Hialeah
area.
tion of the fact that Coral Gables
was the first community to go
over the top in the metropolitan
unit of the campaign. Mrs. Louis
Glasser, chairman of the metro-
politan unit, made the presenta-
tion to Rabbi Skop.
A scroll of honor declaring him
a "comunity'builder" was award-
ed to Maurice J. Kopelowitz for
his direction of the census of
Greater Miami's Jewish popula-
tion.
Instead of the usual reports, a
dramatic skit entitled "The An- i
nual Report Comes to Life" was'
presented. The sketch was written j
and produced by Milton S.
Malakoff and Max C. Gettinger. |
Singer, briefly reviewing the
work of the federation in the past
year, expressed satisfaction with
the work of the CJA chairmen
and workers. The drive has thus
far netted $1,190,000.
He also pointed to several
achievements, notably the pur-
chase of Douglas Gardens, on N.E.
Second Ave. and 52nd St., for a
home for Jewish aged.
One of ihe highlights of the twelfth annual meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation at Temple Beth Sholom last
Thursday night was the presentation of awards. Shown above are
(seated. 1. to r.) Maurice J. Kopelowitx, who received a scroll of
honor designating him "community builder" in recognition of his
direction of census of the Jewish population of this community;
William D. Singer. Federation president; Mrs. Louis Glasser,
chairman of the metropolitan unit of the 1950 Combined Jewish
Appeal; (standing, 1. to r.) Dan B. Ruskin. who was awarded a
plaque in appreciation of his leadership of the 19S0 campaign; and
N. A. Weidberg. who received a plaque in behalf of Coral Gables,
the first community to go over the top in the metropolitan
campaign.
imerica Demands End of Desecration
>f Jewish Cemeteries In Germany
FRANKFURT, (JTA) Amer-
ican authorities in Bavaria made
|t clear to German officials that
hey must take more energetic
neasures to put an end to the
lesocration of Jewish cemeteries.
The U.S. Commissioner for
Javaria, Clarence M. Bolds, is-
ed a statement condemning the
Besecrations. "Such molestations
pause concern, since they are
e:ng reported far too frequent-
f." he said. "I cannot over-em-
hasize the seriousness of such
ts. Freedom-loving nations have
Bason to be on the alert against
ie revival of racial and religious
atred in Germany."
Commissioner Bolds urged the
Serman authorities to redouble
Mir efforts not only to appre-
end the guilty persons, but also
take measures to protect the
raves against future attacks.
-nless stringent steps are taken
V the law enforcement agencies,
ermany cannot hope to regain
self-respect in the eyes of the
world," Mr. Bolds said.
Meanwhile, the Jewish com-
munity here invited a group of
foreign correspondents to visit
the Frankfurt Jewish cemetery,
which was recently desecrated, to
see for themselves that the dese-
cration was committed not by
children, as the police claim, but
by an organized group of adults.
"If the desecrations continue, we
shall request the Jews outside of
Germany to transfer the bones of
their brethren to places where
they may rest in peace without
being desturbed or threatened by
so-called playing children," Chief
Rabbi Dr. Wilhelm Weinberg told
the correspondents.
"The Jews in Frankfurt have
no confidence in the protection
offered by the German authori-
ties. We are now forced to appeal
to international protection." He
reported that 80 cemeteries were
defaced in Western Germany in
the last few years.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot Accepts
Call To Temple Israel Pulpit
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, for the past ten years spiritual leader |
of the Reform Congregation of Beth Israel in Atlantic City, has
accepted a call to the pulpit of Temple Israel and will assume
his post August 1, according to an announcement by Jules
Pearlman, president of the congregation. He succeeds the late
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
' 1944 to 1949. He was founder and i
president of the Atlantic City I
Forum, composed of 60 civic or-
ganizations working to promote
civic and cultural welfare.
The young religious leader re-
ceived an award from the At-
lantic County Chapter, Military
Order of World Wars, in recogni-
tion of "his outstanding efforts^
Israel Premier Appeals To Soviet
To Permit Jewish Emigration
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Plans for
complete "cradle-to-grave"
D-ial insurance program to cover
I? entire population of Israel will
published here shortly for
public debate and comment."
i plan is now under discussion
the Israel Cabinet and will
Bon be presented to Parliament.
he program will be introduced
the following three stages:
1. Free hospitalization for those
eeding it, free dental treatment
Jr children, free medical care for
employed persons and for
lomen over 60 and men over 65
Tving on pensions. Also, grants
>r new babies, grants for families
the death of the breadwinner,
d insurance for agricultural
rkers.
[2. The second stagealready
^mpletedprovides nationwide
edical care covering the entire
Bpulation, and provides disabil-
7 insurance for all citizens as
el as retraining for disabled
Brsons.
[3. Stage three calls for chil-
ren's allowances and full, free
totalization lor the entire
Juntry.
lit is expected that the total coit
of the plan will reach approxi-
mately $64,400,000. The larger
part of this sum is already being
spent by employers, workers and
the government on various exist-
ing insurance plans.
Israel Plans
Fall Insurance
TEL AVIV, (JTA)An appeal
to the Soviet government to per-
mit the emigration of Jews from
the Soviet Union to Israel was
voiced by Premier' David Ben
Gurion at ceremonies at the
Afikim settlement marking the
25th anniversary of the establish-
ment of the settlement.
More than 10,000 settlers from
the surrounding region, as well
as prominent guests from Jeru-
salem and Tel Aviv who partici-
pated in the celebration, heard
the Israel Premier's plea. Mr. Ben
Gurion reminded the Soviet gov-
ernment that it had promised
freedom and equality for all
peoples, but said that it is not
carrying out this promise as far
as Jews of the USSR are con-
cerned.
and achievements in the spiritual
welfare of his community and for
promoting the spirit of tolerance,
Americanism and good citizen-
ship."
Dr. Narot is 37 years old,
married, and the father of a seven
year old son and two year old
daughter.
Upon making his anouncement,
Pearlman said, "We feel parti-
cularly happy to have Dr. Narot
accept our call. We on the com-
mittee which chose him made
the selection after careful con-
sideration of the entire Reform
rabbinate."
Regional ZOA President Will Speak At
State Conference In Miami Beach
Dr. J. R. Narot
Ordained by Hebrew Union
College in 1940, the new spiritual
head of Temple Israel has become
widely known for his broad com-
munal interests. He has been
identified with numerous inter-
faith activities and recently re-
turned from a trip to Israel where
he observed the progress the
young nation is making.
Dr. Narot was graduated from
Western Reserve University in
Cleveland with a Phi Beta Kappa
record in 1936. He received his
Doctor of Hebrew Letters degree
from Hebrew Union in 1946. His
thesis subject was "The Rabbinic
Concept of Prayer."
In September, 1940, the rabbi
was appointed assistant spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Israel. In
June of the following year he
became rabbi.
Dr. Narot was chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal campaigns
in Atlantic City from 1943 to
1945 and co-chairman of the* 1950
drive. He served as a member of
the national executive committee
of the United Jewish Appeal from
Ben R. Winick, Southeastern
regional president of the Zionist
Organization of America, will be
the principal speaker at the Flor-
ida ZOA conference banquet on
Sunday. May 28, at the Delano
Hotel, Murray Goodman, chair-
man, announced this week.
Prior to his election as presi-
dent of the region, Winick was
president of the Knoxville, Dis-
trict for five years, was vice
president for Tennessee for two
years and served on the National
Administrative Council. He is past
president and present director of
the Jewish Community Center of
Knoxville; a member of the B'nai
B'rith, Jewish War Veterans and
member of both the Heska Amona
Congregation and the Bethel
Temple of Knoxville, as well as
a director in the Knoxville Wel-
fare Fund. He is on the national
executive committee of the ZOA
and co-chairman of the commit-
tee to revise the constitution.
Highlights of the one-day con-
ference, featuring as its theme.
"Your ZOAIts Aims and Proj-
ects," will be seminars on
membership, fund raising, Israeli
projects and investments.
"The rearming of the Arab
states by Britain and her refusal
to extend equal privilege to
Israel, as well as the unfavorable
reaction of our own State De-
partment to Israel's appeal for
Ben R. Winick
American arms, will come in for
scrutiny and action during a
special session on public relations
and political action, to be ad-
dressed by I. R. Goodman, head
of ZOA public relations in Flor-
ida and vice president of the
Southeastern region, ZOA," Good-
man said.
A special session will also be
devoted to the interests of the
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Beach Y To Hold
6th Annual Meet
,Th.e Anti-Defamation League of
B'-nai B'rith refused to permit the
delivery of an address on Ger- -
many by Beniamin J. Button- ,1 u i ...
wieser. Aitnnt wi-h r>" .," K ,hp board of directors of the
Sixth annual meeting and in-
stallation of officers and member
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wieser, Assistant High Commis-
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grounds' that his spec ch was take place Sunday, May 23. at
ologia for the limited job that 8 p.m.
J-lnv^nri^ -'" .^5^ GtT~ Lc"n **&*. former president
:>..and gives aid and encour- ., ... ,.,, ,,
agement" to "vicious elements in I ,hc M,am' VVI & WHA *nd
the new German nationalism." [newly elected president of the
tv' Buttenwieser, flew from! Jewish Centers Association, will
Qei many to this country specially j be guest speaker.
"hVZ ^iT?&&.&; I Speakers at the meeti, g will be
aftp
tlie speechwhich it only
deliver the speech In a state- Speakers at the meeting will be
tjnt. the ADL explained that ... ;,,.,,
Her reading an advance copy of introduced by Carl Weinklc
B speechwhich it only re- honorary president. Reports will
i1 wed two days beforethe 35--
member national commission of
.the ADL decided to refuse the
be given by Milton Sirkin who
will assume his second term as
organization's platform "for the I President and Gus Jacobson, ex-
delivery of the speech. The ADL ecutive director of the newly
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statement reads:
"In the opinion of the officers
of the Anti-Defamation League
an opinion based upon continued
fact-gathering and study of West
formed Jewish Centers Associa-
tion of Greater Miami. Al Ossip
will be chairman.
Featured on the program will
be a presentation "Mr. Y and His
Germanythe speech revealed Family," an original dramatic skit
depicting activities for all age
levels at the center. As part of
the program a barber shop choral
group will also appear.
content and proposals which can
only be interpreted as an effort
to justify the readmission of
former Nazis to positions of im-
portance in the economic, political
and educational life in Germany."
Milton Sirkin
McCloy Astonished By
Cancellation Of Address
Gables Is Given
Israel Painting
An oil painting, "Holy City,"
FRANKFURT. (JTA)-John J. j by one of the foremost artists
S&S 5iSSSSSof Israe,-M- Malusovsk>--has be-
stbnlsKment" over the fact that! presontert as a 25th anniversary
the Anti-Defamation League of! present Jo Coral Gables by the
B'nai B'rith cancelled a scheduled Gables Jewish Community Cen-)
.address by his deputy. Benjamin ter.
J. Button wieser. on denazification Mayor W. Keith Phillips ac-
in Germany, Mr. Buttenwieser cepted the painting for the city.'
addresffthe league's annual The presentation was made by
i nti : ::\ >.' Hi rbirt Gclernter, O. C. Lelchuk.
y said he saw the Sam Schulefand, Judge William
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v It that 1 |i partment had
1 the Bui vii r speech and
nothing objectionable in it.
' ffici : Lincoln White said
onference that he had n i
al comment to make on the
Bnai B'rith cancellation, but that "
he had read the speech and had
concluded that it was unob-
jectionable.)
L. Pallot, Judge Sam Silver, Sam
Weissel and Rabbi Morris A.
Skop.
Rabbi Skop made the presenta-
tion speech. Twenty paintings by
Matusovsky are hung in city halls
throughout the country.
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^TO^MAY 26, 1950
I'll Say...
(The following article was written in Charleston,
one of several cities where. Mr. Simonhoff is
stopping en route to New York. He will board the
Mauretania for Europe on June 6.)
In 1942, F.D.R. made J. Waites Waring Judge of
the Federal Court in South Carolina. Every one felt
the appointment was recognition due to a 62-year
old capable, hard working lawyer, who had served
as assistant U. S. attorney and city solicitor of
Charleston. No one had cause to feel uneasy. At-
torney Waring had always been conventional in his
habits and conservative in his public life. His family
had lived eight generations in the state. He showed
none of the tendencies that sometimes crop out
among fire eating radicals of the South.
A Champion For Negro Rights
But in 1947, Judge Waring signed a decree, en-
joining every one from interfering with Negroes
who would register or vote in the Democratic pri-
maries. This struck the South like a thunder clap.
Yet it was only the preamble. Last January, Mrs.
Waring told a meeting at the colored Y.M.C.A.
that Southern white people were confused, sick, and
decadent; the implication being that the progress and
well being of the South lay only in the more vigorous,
energetic Negro population. A national magazine has
recently published pictures of Judge and Mrs. Waring
entertaining colored men and women at dinner in
their home.
Southern Race Prejudice
All this would be unusual even in Boston or
Chicago; but in Charleston it is blackest heresy
against the social mores. It touched an exposed nerve
which sent delirium tremens throughout Dixiecracy.
One must live in Charleston tq get the full impact
of this unique situation. J. Waites Waring was born
shortly after the Reconstruction era. From childhood
he absorbed the odium enveloping the Negro on
account of the inevitable misrule that followed in
U. S. Judge J. Waites Waring: Reformer Or Martyr
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
the wake of the Civil War; although ex-Confederates
knew that the fault lay in the Northern carpetbaggers
and Southern scallywags rather than with the former
slaves. A universal opinion prevailed that giving
colored folk the unrestricted ballot, or any form of
social intermingling, would simply turn the state
over to Negro rule and transform South Carolina
into a mulatto commonwealth.
Charleston's Resentment
The white people feel bewildered, outraged .in-
sulted. For J. Waites Waring is not a pushing, vulgar,
demagogue seeking power at any cost. He is a
cultured patrician, with a long family tradition of
blue blood exclusiveness. They ascribe the Judge's
action to pique at the snubs and ostracism he en-
countered since divorcing his Southern wife and
marrying a Northern grass widow. Charleston is
famous for a peculiar kind of touchy pride inherited
from the 18th century slave holding planters and
intensified by the misfortunes that followed the de-
feat of the Confederacy. This fierce clannish pride
simmers in every element of the population, whether
Protestant or Catholic, Jew or Gentile, black or
white. It can also become corrosive and resentful.
Without Precedent
Whatever the cause, Judge Waring's actions are
attracting nationwide curiosity and wonder. For here
is something without precedent in the Southland. A
protagonist for the Negro might be expected in a
churchman, who takes his Christianity seriously. Or
from a fighting Liberal imbued with a crusading
fervor for the Constitution and the Rights of Man.
But here is a cool, detached, conservative lawyer
reaching his seventieth year, and secure in the power
and prestige of the Federal Bench. It was altogether
unexpected for such a person to swim against the
current of race prejudice that is deeply imbedded
in his native state. It should even be more difficult
to go counter to his own lifetime of outlook and
habit. Here, therefore, is a phenomenon. Judge
Waring's challenge to the deeply ingrained anti-
Negro bias in the South marks him a symbolic
figure. He is probably the first important personality
in high office to rule against the racial philosophy
that has degraded his state.
Necessity For Reform
History must take note of this Charleston Graccus,
who steps down from the heights to champion~the
cause of the lowliest, of the most hated and despised
in the population. For he has struck some hard core
of social and political bedrock. How long, he asks,
will millions of humans be denied the political, civil,
and economic rights guaranteed by Federal and State
Constitutions? And how long can Bourbon passivity
withstand the dynamic forces in modern life that
eventually must bring on rebellion and bloodshed?
The story of all revolutions begins with a blind
obstinacy that refuses to change the existing status
quo or fails to see the shadows preceding coming
events. We must be grateful to some choice spirit,
who has the wisdom to see and the valor to lead the
necessary long overdue reform.
A Glorious Issue
The Jewish people in particular should watch with
deep interest the progress of Judge Waring's efforts
to raise the lowly condition of a depressed race. We
have experienced in too many .lands the combined
efforts of Church and State to degrade our place in
human society. Seldom has a Gentile stepped forth
to champion our cause and fly into the face of reli-
gious fanaticism or social and economic exclusion.
The few who risked their lives or their security have>
their names emblazoned in golden letters.
J Waites Waring may be the beginner of fore-
runner of a social revolution for the removal of
Negro disabilities. He may be the fortunate reformer,
who comes at the right time to abolish the wrongs
which the Negro suffered since slavery days. On the
other hand, he may meet the fate accorded to most
reformers and achieve martyrdom.
Miami Zionists
Plan Affair
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon will
be hosts at a party marking the
second anniversary of the State
of Israel o*"Sunday, June 4, at
their home, 2201 South Miami
Ave. The affair will be held under
the auspices of the Miami Zionist
District, of which Gordon is fund-
raising chairman and first vice
president.
The evening will feature danc-
ing on an outdoor patio, a pro-
gram of musical entertainment,
games, prizes and in Gordon's
words, "all you can eat and
drink."
All proceeds from the affair
have been plodged to youth ed-
ucation and aid to Israel projects.
Tickets may be obtained by call-
ing Gordon. 2-7135, or Ted Nel-
son, 9-3458.
Assisting with ararngements
for the affair are Herman Siegal,
president; Sanford M. Swerdlin,
prizes; Nelson, publicity and
tickets! Simon Seiden, publicity;
Jerome H. Weinkle, games; Sam
Dickson, equipment; Sidney H.
Palmer, equipment;Ben Kandel,
Abraham Kasow, Julius Erstling,
Isadore Langner, Hy Sootin.
Center Home Camp
Registration Open
Registration is still open for
the Miami Jewish Community
Center's twelfth annual home
camp, which will begin June 26
for an eight weeks season, accord-
ing to Max R. Silver, center
president.
Transportation will be provided
upon request, Silver said. The
camp will operate Monday
through Friday from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m.
A complete summer camp pro-
gram has been planned and
special emphasis is being given
this year to a nursery camp of
five and six year old children.
Receives Commission
Stanley W. Platkin, son of Mr.
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FRIDAY. MAY 26


EDITORIAL
A landmark in Scholarship
The publication *.~st week of the iirst volume
oi "Jewish Apocryphal Literature," a series of
thirty volumes now being compiled by American
Jewry's outstandinq scholars under the direction
of the Dropsie College of Hebrew and Cognate
Learning, is an event in American Jewish scholar-
ship of the highest magnitude. A project which
will take at least ten years and cost over SI00,000.
it will reclaim for the Jewish people a major
Jewish literary achievement which has been
neglected by us for soma two thousand years.
The scriptural writings, which are generally
known as the Apocrypha and the Pseudepigrapha.
are like the Bible neither a single work nor a
compilation of unrelated works. Written in the
turbulent era between the close of the Hebrew
Bible and completion of the New Testament, these
writings reveal Jewish life and thinking in the
time of the Second Ccmmonwealth as it in-
fluenced the beginning of Christianity.
Although written originally in Hebrew, this
literature comes down to us through Greek and
Latin translations by Christian scholars. They
were rejected by the synagogue of the time and
were relegated to Sefarim Hizonim, outside the
confines of sacred scripture. Accepted in part by
the church, as they are necessary to an under-
standing of Christianity, this essentially Jewish
literature was transfcrmed into a form of Christian
thought.
Today, through the enterprise of a Dropsie
College Editorial Board, of which Dr. Abraham
A. Neuman is chairman and Dr. Solomon Zeitlin
editor-in-chief, this literature which is part of the
spiritual essence of Judaism has been reclaimed
for the Jewish people. A? Dr. Neuman, the presi-
dent of Dropsie, said c? a luncheon given by
Harpers en the occasion of the publication of the
first volume of the monumental project: "It is the
JUSTICE!
task of Jewish scholarship to redeem our disin
herited treasures. The considerations that were
operative more than two thousand years ago to
ban these books are no longer valid tcday. On
the contrary, ours is the opportunity and the
challenge to enrich the content and understanding
of Judaism and also to illuminate important
aspects of Christian thought rooted in the literary
end historic milieu of the Apocrypha."
A Difficult Decision
It took courage and fine leadershin a
oi B'nai B'rith to refuse to allot lVl "*
ment official to use its platform fcr tV 9Veiv
of an apologia for the Bony failure of a2?"H
.ion in Germany. In a forthright move fe
Anb-Defamation League Commission atih',
annual meeting in Chicago, withdrew r,***
tion for Benjamin J. Buttenwieser o bP 58
at its climactic banquet when an advnnnlli*
of his address revealed feat the !heme d\ 0pi
was to be "Nazism in Germany Has iw ^
stroyed, Never to Rise Again." Been
Mr. Buttenwieser is an assitant United W
high commissioner of Western Germany H
to have addressed more than 1,000 Jewish lL
at the Anti-Defamation League banoilt ,?
subject "The Reorientation of g2S?
commissioners promptly cancelled the invitas
This courageous stand was taken under S
leadership of Frank Gcldmcn, PresidentTr'
B'rith, and supported by Justice Meier Steinhrii?
National Chairman of the ADL. "^
In a public statement, the ADL commissinn-.
called Mr. Buttenwieser's thesi* "an SSS
the limited job that has been done to dVnarlv
Germany" which would give "aid and encourco;
ment to those vicious elements in the 'new (V
man nationalism' which Buttenwieser him 2
admits are reemerging today."
Mr. Buttenwieser is entitled to his opinions
opinions nc doubt based on his experience as 2
American official in Germany. But it seems to
the league's commission could have reached no
ether- decision. Had Mr. Buttenwieser been per-
mitted to deliver the address, the ADL would
have opened itself to the charge of endorsing
an outlook which is alien to Jewish sensibilities
at this time.
New JWB President Has Been Active
In Center Movement For 2 Oeeades
By BERNARD POSTAL
ing fund campaign for
YMHA and Council House. Tem-
ple Israel found him an in-
telligent and informed layman
who could lead a service when
A new portraitthat of a hand- for people are revealed in three necessary and hold his own in a
lead\hip!^ ..emoershio on the
%-hen Irving Edison of St. Louis
Iras elected president'of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board as
the successor of Frank L. Weil.
who retired after ten consecutive
tears of service. The fifth man to
head JWB since its establishment
in 1917. and the first from outside
the East. Edison now holds the
lost once filled by Harry Cutler,
of Providence, R. I.. Dr. Cyrus
Adler. of Philadelphia, and Judge
Irving H. Lehman, of New York,
Weil's predecessors.
Edison comes to the leadership
of JWB with three essential
essets: a deep insight into the
needs and desires of American
Jewry born of many years of
active leadership in his own com-
munity; a long record of experi-
ence and achievement in those
fields which have made JWB un-
iversally known and respected; a
personal philosophy of Jewish ilfe
ideally suited to an organization
dedicated to the creative survival
of the Jewish people.
| Edison was oorn in Adei. Geor-
Iia, in 1899, one of five sons of a
uthuanian immigrant. He had a
traditional Jewish upbringing in
Atlanta and Boston where he
Srew up and sunk his first -roots
l the soil of American Jewish
life. In Atlanta, Edison discovered
the Jewish Community Center
movement when he joined the
Jewish Educational Alliance. His
youthful experiences in this Jew-
ish Community Center, and later
as a member of the Roxbury
YMHA, were lasting influences.
When he came to St. Louis twenty
years ago as an up and coming
young businessman of 31he is
now vice president of Edison
Brothers Stores, Inc., largest re-
tailer of women's shoes in the
United StatesEdison found a
natural outlet for his Jewish com-
munal interests in the YMHA.
Edison has been actively identi-
fied with the St. Louis YMHA,
one of the largest Jewish Com-
munity Centers in the country,
for two decades. In 1934, four
years after joining the Y, he was
elected to its board of directors.
He became president in 1945,
serving until 1947. Gilbert Harris,
the Y's executive director for
more than 25 years, credits Edi-
son with much of the Y's progress
and growth. Edison's resourceful-
ness, ability to conciliate conflict-
ing viewpoints and deep concern
sudden emergency developed
when an illustrious Senator
scheduled to address the forum
wired that he would be unable
to appear the following night.
Some Y leaders became panicky,
but not Edison. Through news-
paper ads, radio announcements,
special posters in the lobby, a
telephone squad and a committee
to meet those who who might still
show up. he swiftly organized a
24-hour publicity campaign to
keep people away. So effective
was the job that only twelve
iviemoership on
boards of the Community Chest.
the Social Planning Council and
the Jewish Hospital, and a war-
time stint on the St. Louis USO
Council, the local JWB Armed
Services Committee and the shoe
industry advisory committee of
the War Production Board round-
ed out his apprenticeship in com-
munal service.
As one of the grass roots leaders
of the Center movement. Edison
has seen JWB in action as the
national association of Jewish
Community Centers. As a member
of a Federation budget committee
people appeared the night of the !2i 1/rlfratl? uf geV?m,-e
Senator's scheduled speech When ^ h,ad been intrduced to JWB s
the same Senator spoke at the Y| ,0ta1., P"*"""- A? one of the
forum a year later, owp th guilders and leaders of JWB's
serves
torium.
During his nrst year as Y presi-
dent, the Y urgently needed an
additional allocation from Fed-
eration for essential staff salary
increases. Federation was think-
ing in terms of curtailed budgets
but Edison even then was urging
raised sights in support of local
Jewish services. His dramatic pre-
sentation of the Y's needs con-
vinced the budget committee, and
the Y got its money. On another
occasion the Y board found itself
involved in heated debate over a
critical issue. Tempers were high
but Edison kept his head and his
wit Picking up a rubber band, he
the American Jewish scene. With
this kind of broad experience,
Edison was a logical choice for
chairman of the National Finance
Council, an objective body of
community leaders created by
JWB in 1943 to screen its annua'l
budgets and to interpret them to
the community. It was in this
capacity that American Jewry
first came to know Edison.
In telling JWB's story to com-
munity after community, Edison
made a vivid impression. Budget
and allocations committees found
him honest, sincere and informed
said, 'LokltThi^VubbVrb'andTt ilt.,Spe?hes before sma11 and
gives and it contracts Why can" i d wff!"06? """""a* conviction
we do the same?" That crack* f. a e Stamp of authentici-
the tension andI theboard pro-1 nv/",! Sln5erity- When he turned
ceeded to solve its nh~ 23!1*! chal.1m.ans.hiP to W suc-
ceeded to
amicably.
cessor in 1948 he had the satis-
faction of knowing that the Na-
a ,-i .. .,. ui Miuwing mar tne Na-
a center president has a unique tional Finance Council idea had
opportunity to see the Jewish
community wheels go round, for
the Center is at the hub of Jewish
community life. By nature no by-
stander, Edison plunged into the
service of the community about
which he had learned so much.
On the budget committee of the
Federation he was an enlightened
advocate of full support for Israel
as well as for local and national
domestic Jewish causes. Edison
has no sympathy with the short-
sighted and faint-hearted view
that American Jewry cannot with
equal generosity meet its dual
and parallel responsibilities to it-
self and to Jewry abroad. In 1944
he headed St. Louis' supple-
mentary United Jewish Appeal
campaign. Four years later he was P,on
chairman of the combined build- I merTof Prfipi
rai u[Ae accePtance and that
JWB had earned a reputation for
sound and honest budget-making
geared to community needs.
Meanwhile, Edison had been
elected to the Jewish Center Di-
vision Committee, through which
i^H ,SerTVrSJ.he Center mvement,
and to JWB's executive commit-
tee. And in 1947 he was named a
OneKde?t Lthe organization.
On the Center Division Commit-
tee Edison was an ardent sup-
porter of enlarged services to
meet mounting demands from an
expanding Center movement On
.rT?utlVe commi"ee he sup-
ported the proposals that led to
the historic JWB Survey, Hewa.
^n"!,osiamTg 7hose who cham.
~2nfd t,headPtion of the State-
les on Jewish
the, Center Purposes, a pronounce-
ment that gave new direction and
a more meaningful Jewish ob-
jective to the Center movement.
Democratic in the best sense of
the word, Edison is at home with
all kinds of people. Youthful,
vigorous, enthusiastic and open-
minded, he crackles with ideas.
Years of communal activity and
lange business enterprises have
helped him to understand human
nature and to develop warm rela-
tionships with lay and profession-
al leaders in all stratas of Ameri-
can life. The first inter-racial day
nursery in St. Louis was estab-
lished by Mrs. Edison, with her
husband's enthusiastic support.
When the Institutes of Judaism
for Christian Clergy were just
new and needed someone to back
the venture, Edisen supported
them, anonymously, for many
years. His own home and family
life are characteristically Jewish.
Chanuka is so great a festival in
the Edison household that once
the mother of a Christian friend
of his son called up to ask: "What
Jewish festival are you folks cele-
brating? My son wants to cele-
brate it, too."
Edison Knows Jewish life in
America and the problems that
confront it. Edison believes that
the home, the synagogue and the
Jewish Community Center are the
three major thruways leading
to a fuller and richer life for
Jews in America. His e
ambition is to visit the State of
Israel, the establishment of which
was to him one of the most won-
derful and inspiring achievements
in the whole long history of the
Jewish people. Only recently he
remarked, "What a pity it was so
long delayed." Edison recognizes,
the importance, essentiality and
even urgency of fund-raising foi
relief and reconstruction and for
civic-defense work, but does not
see in these efforts lasting bases
for the survival of a meaningful
Jewish life in America. For pu. -
poseful and creative survival Edi-
son is convinced that American
Jewry must build its own inner
resources by furthering whole-
some and postitive attitudes to-
wards Jewishness. "Our commun-
ity structure." he says, "must be
nexible and adaptable to the
needs of changing conditions and
times. We must continue to be
resourceful and imaginative in
the development of Jewish life."
, u upresident of JWB Bdison
will have much to do with shap-
ing the pattern of the American
au u communty of tomorrow
Ail who know him are confident
Wat under his leadership JWB
Will continue to play an even
more significant role in building
mat community.
Vote Light In
May 23 Run-Offs
Setting a record for theligftterf
vote recorded in Dade County m
proportion to qualified total,
Tuesday's run-off saw Dante
Fascell in the surprise upset of
the election, defeat incumbent
Grant Stockciale tot the State
Legislature Representative hom
Dade County. In the only state-
wide contest, between Wilbur C.
King and Gr:.dy Albritton lor
State Railroad and Utilities Com-
missioner. King piled up nearly
70,000 votes ever his opponent.
In other contests, Dr. Van
Dusen, faculty member of the
University of Miami, won over
incumbent James A. Henderson
for a seat on the school boari
Harley G. Collins retains his
school board post as a result of
Tuesday's race.
Other election victors included
Holmes L. Allen, state Democrat*
executive committee; C. R. Gard-
ner, fourth congressional district
executive committeeman; .Mb
Leila O. Richardson, congressional
district executive committeewon-
an and Dade County Democrat*
committeewoman; Truman *
Hill, Jr., county committeeman;
Charles W. Tyler, committeema
Other committeeman electej
were: Murray Goodman, Josepi
Epstein, Irving Drillick, Malva
His greatest I Englander. Moie Tendrich, 1U
- Coulter, William Pittman, Alb*
W. Suter, Barron F. Shields, Jo
C. Paul. William S. Harkness, Jr.
Byrhl B. Carlton, R. J. FurltB*
Fred C. Davant, Charles 1
Cleveland, George S. Smith. Ed-
ward L. Thayer, G. SwenM
tared
1930,
Fla.
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Hadassah Group
T at Leaders
Melvin Weinkle will be
rl as "president of the
h group of Hadassah at a
SLsert luncheon to be held at the
,f Mrs. Harold Jaffers. 2220
e v 22nd Ave. on May 30 at
ir will also eommerate
'.lion of the first year
up has been in exist-
just 12 months ago
young women joined
to form the nucleu of
nember of thi- H
which has now grown
rship of 60.
. Skop will give the
ayer at the luncl
: ||
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. inder Kogan, past
of the Miami
up. will be the in-
the
fficer. Othei officers i
i are Mrs. Harold
lg. raising; Mrs. Manuel
[g mbership: Mrs. S.
k Youth Aliyah; Mrs.
;; Brandsdorf, recording
|se Airs. Nathan Siden,
| si cretary; Mrs. Ray-
Harrison, treasurer; Mrs.
r,, Engel, corresponding sec-
-. Harold Jaffer. parli-
ntarian.
B >ard members include: Mrs.
, Gottlieb, program; Mrs.
(Aaron Weinkle, child welfare;
Stanley Freedman. HMO:
,; ,1. G. Watson, movies; Mrs.
:: is Skop, American affairs;
I:,: Norman Sommers, JNF; Mrs.
: Sunnes, Palestine supplies;
IMrs. Leonard Wolpe, publicity;
IMrs. Julian Weinkle, hospitality;
[ Mrs. William Schiff, refresh-
[ments: Mrs. Phil Schiff. hi-cards;
[Mrs. Bernard Stevens, candy;
Mrs. Albert Beer, reward lunch-
leon: Mrs. Sherman Tobin, tele-
Iphjne: Mrs. Louis Schwartzman,
IZi I public relations.
Signing the charier of the Whitman Democratic Club of Miami
Beach. Ire. is Circuit Judge George E. Holt. Watching are (1. to r.)
David Whitman, president: Joseph Cohen, treasurer: Saul Genet,
vice president and secretary. Purpose of Ihe group is to promote
the Democratic party in general and to a;d members seeking
public office. Besides the officers, charter members of the organ-
ization are Samuel Deutsch, Benjamin Deutsch, Louis Feder,
Irving Blasberg, Jack Wolfson, Ruth Benjamin, Rose Hayes and
Isidore Stein.
Ardmore
III To Be Guest
\i Oneg Shabbal
Leon J. Ell will be the guest
lof honor at an Oneg Shabbat,
after Friday evening services, at
iTi-inple Beth Sholom on Friday,
11.: 26. Services begin at 8:15
p.m.
Ell. who is the president of the
j ter Miami Jewish National
IFund. as well as a member of the
[board of directors of Temple Beth
IS mi, returned last week from
I? sis-week trip to Israel and will
bring to the congregation an up-
Ito-the-minute report on condi-
11 s there.
Beth David Picnic
Beth David will hold its annual
Sunday school picnic at Greynolds
Park on Sunday. May 28.
Mrs. Lillian Becker, general
chairman of the affair, announces
that each family must bring its
own lunch and extra refreshments
will be provided for the children, j
A program to include every mem- I
ber of the family is planned, she ;
reveals.
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fJmtsti ncrldtton
FRIDAY, MAY 26,
AfPO Protest*
Against \MA
IHsv-riiiiinalion

Citing numerous situations-
w.nted advertisements published! caloosa! and "has been appointed
in the monthly Journal of the news director for station WABP.
Arnerican Medical Association'
which list religi ius or racial spec- ,'
'.ions, the American Jewish
C ngress recently filed a com-
i Miami Student Honored
Al Freehling. son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Freehling, 1231 S.W.
19th Terr., has been awarded the
outstanding freshman citation by
the University of Alabama. Tus-
Beach Girl
Wins Honor
Slate Attorney General To Sn^T?
Ion vent ion Off Florida *IW\ n At
:*>.
: plaint against the AM \ with the
New York Stai .
\ Against Discrimination (SCAD
was reported by Mrs. I. u
I Glasser, national vice president
ci the congress who recent!
turned froin ;* national adminis-
trative .:i the l:
( nmodore, N w York.
The complaint charged that
such ads published bj the AMA's
< ff] ial organ violated the '
Yotk tat .nning n I -
I es to race, creed or color. M -
(I
J by
:' :
A
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A.MA
' I n con-
the put : such
A numb doctors
to the J urnal n.v'..:-. ng that:
such ads. which I and
i us discrimination, ill be-
le the pages of a magazine
devoted to the medical :nte:-
of all Americans. The i
from the Journal's editor. Dr.
in Smith, declared that
direction of the Advertis-
ing Committee at A.MA head-
<: ters, the magazine would per-
.-..-. in its present policies.
"It is our hope." said Rabbi
Miller, "that this formal com-
Sharef Thanler
Installs Loaders
Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith
W n, installed its new
officers at the Garden Restaurant
Sunday.
Chairman of this affair was
Mrs. Ruth Levick. Assisting her
Mrs. Elaine Zagoria, Arline
Cohen. Rosalyn Morris, Trud'
Lach. Lorraine Kahlenberg. Mrs.
Luiille Michaels and Phyllis
Honig.
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. i
dent of the Coral Gables B'nai
B'rith Women, was the installing
;.. r, and Rosalyn Morris
as mistress of ceremonies. G
-.'. Floi \cv Goodman,
: Selma Lewis.
B'nai B':ith e tor.
le riti s .'
dent, Beverly K ; first vice
preside nt, Romi sa Rosenthal;
; vi pn iident, Mrs. Ruth
Levick; recording .- .. Ar-
... i' hen; corresponding secre-;
tury. Mis Rene Goodman; treas-
urer, Lorraine Kahlenberg: par-
liamentarian; Trudi Lach; ser-
ial ..nt-at-arms. Charlotte Coddon'
board members, Mrs. Adele
rman, Mrs. Lucille Mi-
. Phyllis Honig, and
Dolly Harris.
Richard W. Ervin,
general for the state of Florida. Miami.
I to Lout*,!
will be principal speaker at the .** swim-dance on ih
installation JSZ*j* Parties and^
'Ps of
for the
ates
biliary andnoSg
Westin Elected
Alan Westin. sernA
student at : i^JJ
was elected national 51-S*B
the students dS&W?!
tional Lawyers Guild* lhe **}
Westin was
-- --uoii
~ *1U1Q
ere he
Mrs.
i ouneil Lists
Scholarships
The National Council of Jewish
Women. Miami Section, has avail-
Helen Mamber
A Miami Beach girl has been
selected one of ten outstanding
seniors at the Women's College of
the University of North Care!
in Greensboro.
She is 22-year-old Helen,
Mamber. daughter of Mr. and'
Mrs. Oscar Mamber. 1000 Meri-1
dian Ave.
An art major. Helen has been
active in all types of extra-cur-
ricular activities. She served as
editor-in-chief of the school
yearbook, Pine Needles, was a
member of the Student Curri-
culum Committee, as well as the
Arts Forum Committee. During
closing banquet and ....-----.......seei
of officers of the Department of f 3L -. Stff
Florida. Jewish War Veterans, at
its state convention Sunday night,
June 4. at the Robert Clay Hotel.
He will be accompanied by Frank
S. Cannova and Murray Sams.
assistant attorney generals and
Sams will also render a short
address.
Numerous other dignitaries, in-
cluding Donald Carroll, of Jack-
sonville, recently elected depart-
ment commander for th state of
Florida, of the American Legion
and Colonel J. W. Watson, of
Hollywood, his chief aide, are
expected to be present. Irvino'Wn-
rfylan H. Kout, of Miami Beach, st. Mi-" b\ '.'h'021 W* 4
national vice commander for the ;______________ "
Fourth Region, Jewish War Vet- i
.. will install the new of-1
s, to be elected at the
concli'.
The two-day meet will get
underway with a business session
on Saturday, June 3, at 6 p.m. i
An all-day business session is
scheduled for Sunday.
Numerous amendments to the!
department constitution,are to be |
considered, as well as resolutions
dealing with the democratization '
of Germany and a resolution to
the Florida legislature requesting j
that Memorial Day be declared i
"win was crnrinai^j .
University of FlorSa^XW
wasoneof,heu,pdetafcl
member of Phi Ben tr, ndl
Plans to spend t.he s^T' H
Hendersonv%e at uMSJ
Camp Institute as a L^"*"
the staff a memb oj
Hi. parents Jtlfejj ^
an annual legal holiday in Flor-
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. photostatic copies of pages from Behrmann Memorial Scholarship.
the March 4 and May 6. 1950 Council is also accepting ap-
issues of the AMA Journal show- plications*or another scholarship
. many instances of situations- at the University of Miami. This
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she was initiated in Phi Beta
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IffllDAY, MAY 26, 1950
+Jewisti Tteridian
PAGE SEVEN
ADL Calls For
[End Of Quotas I
CHICAGO, (JTA) The Anti- (
|Def.inwt'on League, of B'nai BVith \
.,, the concluding session of its;
annual convention adopted a
heries of resolutions calling for
t)u elimination of future quota
m01tgaging in displaced persons
legislation and urged the deletion
Lf the special provisions now ac-
\ | to 'ethnic Germans" in the j
DP'bill approved by the Senate.
The convention also urged the
Senate to "curb the filibuster and
enact FEPC legislation with en-
forcement provisions to insure
equalitv of employment and op-
portunity for all, regardless of
race, color, creed or national
origin" The ADL parley said its
national commission regarded as
I a matter of "deep regret" the fact
' that the United States "is not one
of the nations which has ratified
the UN convention on genocide."
The convention reported it was
"pleased to note that the discrim-
inatory Caucasian rule has been
eliminated from the by-laws of
the American Bowling Congress,"
and commended those groups
which fought for elimination of
this form of bias.
Earlier, Attorney General J.
Howard McGrath told the ADL
meeting that the "Federal Gov-
ernment must take the lead in
larding the civil rights of
all Americans." Mr. McGrath
spoke afti receiving the ADL's
;-. Democratic Legacy
A I for "his vigorous defense
ties."
have put us on the
p ; undisputed leadership
Hairs." be said. "Upon
; treatment of minor-
America is ba.-yed our
chanc for a just and lasting
I He said that Americans
i "on one side" at home
. le other abroad and that
A representatives on UN
1 rid commissions "have
Often been embarrassed by re-
minders of concrete evidence of
discrimination."
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Spring* Croup
Will Install
t Th\ HialL'ah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center will
hold an installation dinner on
Monday, May 29, at 7:30 p.m at
the Allapattah Lions Club. Leon
Kaplan will serve as installing
officer and Maurice Grossman
and Gus Jacobson will be guest
speakers.
Hal Murray will serve as emcee
and the Rev. Philip Fried will j
offer the invocation. Raymond
Lord, chairman of the dinner,
announces that dancing will fol- :
low the ceremonies.
To be inducted at the affair are
Philip Lyons, president; Isadore
Stemmer, first vice president:
Harold Lebow, second vice presi-
dent; John Strunin, treasurer;
Mrs. John Strunin, secretary; Ted
Robinson, financial secretary.
Board members include Wil-
liam Kneapler, Max Goldstein,
Sik Fox, Goodwin Abramson, Dr.
Lester Gordon. Ted Berman, Gil-
bert Levy and Harry Gordon.
Nathan Becker is president of the
board.
Reservations may be made by
calling John Strunin at 88-4873.
Amvets To Hold
Forums On Sr*
Dr. Cyvil Marquit. head of the
Mental Hygiene Clinic at the
Regional Veterans Administra-
tion, will present a series of six
forums on the "Sex Side of Life"
under the sponsorship of the
Amvets Robert Richter Post be-
ginning Sunday. May 28. at 8
p.m. The forums will be held in
the patio of the Hotel Marseilles.
Miami Beach.
Dr. Leo Levin, local physician,
will be chairman of the opening
lecture, which will deal with the
"Rex Lit-- of Living Beings; Sur-
vey of Sexual Apparatus, Prac-
tices of Animals and Humans."
"The Amvets should be com-
mended for attempting this
particular series," Dr. Marquit
said. "Although the subject
matter deals with that aspect of
life least touched upon by formal
education, it is perhaps most im-
portant from the point of view
of mental hygiene. By its cour-
ageous attempt to assist young
people with one of their most
difficult areas of life, the Amvets
are making a significant contribu-
tion in the field of preventive
mental health."
Bride-Elect Feted
Mrs. Phillip Kluger and Mrs.
Sidney Bernstein were hostesses
at "a luncheon shower on Monday
in the banquet room of the Mi-
amian Restaurant in honor of
Lois Svman. bride-elect of Eu-
gene I. Somberg. Thirty-five
guests attended the affair. Card
games followed the puncheon.
The wedding will take place on
June 18 at the Delano Hotel.
U-M Registration
Slated To Open June 15
Registration for the first sum-
mer session of the division of
adult education at the University
of Miami will get under way
June 15.
However, Director Dan Stein-
hoff reported Saturday that a
considerable number" of re-
quests already have been received
as to courses to be offered.
Two of these which have cre-
ated more than passing interest
relate to hotel accounting and
hotel procedures.
One is taught by C. Vernon
Kane, C.P.A., assistant professor
of accounting at the university
and a partner in the firm of
Horvath and Horvath, Miami.
The course on hotel procedures
is under instruction of Francis F.
Hamilton, owner and manager of
the Miramar Hotel, author and
lecturer on hotel management.
Both courses are of eight week s
ducation.
Broad To Head
J1VF Flower Day
Appointment of Daniel M.
Broad as over-all chairman of the
Jewish National Fund Flower Day
to be held here from sundown
June 3 to noon June 5 was an-
nounced this week by Leon J. Ell.
chairman of the JNF Council of
Greater Miami.
Serving with Broad will be Mrs.
Nathan Hochman. Mrs. Saul
Ashkenazy, Abraham Schafer and
Sam Scnachno, all of Miami
Beach. Miami chairman will be
Mrs. Harold Jaffer and Coral
Gables chairman will be Mrs. Leo
l Goldman.
Thirty-eight organizations have
pledged their support for this
annual street solicitation.
Ilabbi Skop To
Preside At JiKS
Installation
Rabbi Morris Skop will preside
at installation ceremonies for "the
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
Jewish Consumptives' Relief So-
ciety, to be held on Sunacly
evening, May 28, at Maurice's
Restaurant in the Billows Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Morris Goluskin will be
installed as president; Mrs. Jerry |
Poncher. first vice president; i
Mrs. Herman Schonfeld, second |
vice president; Mrs. Irving Met/.
financial secretary; Mrs. E. E
Schon, recording secretary; Mrs
Arthur Storch, corresponding
secretary; and Mrs. Irving Nager,
treasurer. Mrs. Maurey Poncher
will be installed as case chairman,
and Mrs. William Sacker, Mrs
Ida Poncher and Mrs. Sam
Axlrod as trustees.
Entertainment will be furnished
by Irving Laibson, pianist, and
Rita Auerbach, vocalist, who will
be accompanied by Laibson.
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PAGE EIGHT
+Jmist FhrM&r?
Phyllis E. Rosen
Becomes Mrs. Usdin
Xorthsido PTA
Plans Picnic
i
Miss Phyllis Elaine Rosen. The newly organized PTA of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack ^e Northside Jewish Center will
Rcsen. 2000 Liberty Ave Miami sPcnsor a Picnic for the children
Beach became the bride" of Dr. &%*?? ptt'c-rfvnS
JJaniel R. Lsdin. son of Mr. and Park, according to Mrs. Albert
Mrs. Isadore Usdin. St. Augustine. Glantz. chairman.
at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel on Children must be accompanied
May 7. Rabbi Irving Lehrman 2? a. Parent or guardian. Mrs.
read the service and George *" rep,,S- nd r2.ust suppIy
^cuifec tnelr own ]uncnes Transporta-
Enrique was organist. uon \11 be provided from Sun-
Given in marriage by her day school quarters at 655 N.W
father, the bride wore blush pink 62nd St-
satin made with a sweetheart Next meeting of the PTA will
neckline, fitted bodice and full &JgJ ^E^ Mrs"". "leH
skirt which extended into a Yomen will entertain,
cathedral train Her fingertip veil New officers of the association
of blush pink illusion was secured are Mrs. Abraham Ballas presi-
by a matching coronet and orange dent: Mrs. Max Wagner vice
blossoms. The bridal bouquet president: Mrs. Herbert Hochfel-
consisted of stephanotis. white sen. recording secretary; Mrs
roses and orchids. Harry Pilchik. corresponding sec-
n?JfJrD f _hO"or was Mrs. retary: and Mrs. Rubin Kutin,
David Piral. Fall River. Mass... treasurer.
aunt of the bride. She wore____________________
bouffant white starched lace m .. .,_
gown, cap of violet flowers and -lOrill .%flOI* carried violets. W.__
Dr. Gene L. Usdin. New Or- ~ HlOn I US tall
leans, was best man for his Officers of the North Shore
..,,;>. mas ikm man lor nis '">tis oi ine i\onn snore
brother. Seating guests were Jos- Jewish Center Sisterhood were
eph Bloom. Jacksonville: Howard installed at ceremonies at the
Rosen, Jerome Kass. St. Angus- Sorrento Hotel Thursday. May 25.
t:ne and Leonard O. Weinstein. Guest speaker was "the Rev.
Following a wedding trip to Philip Fried, and the outgoing
North Carolina, the couple will President. Mrs. Sam Donin. served
res:de in Jacksonville. as installing officer. Following
The former Miss Rosen attended ,he rites a buffet supper and
the University of Miami and the dance were held in the dining
University of Florida. The bride- terrace of the hotel,
groom was graduated from Recognized were Mrs. Melvin
Tulane Medical school and is a Altman. president: Mrs. Melvin
member of Pi Lambda Phi pazol. first vice president; Mrs
fraternity. He took post graduate Jack Pritt. second vice president-
r.< at Ochsncr Clinic. New William Glick. treasurer1 j
Pictured at the parly given by Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach ; k
ieth birthday of Mrs. Lena Mintzes are (L to r.) Mesdames Molly Whiimer r.i .T""
amntk Rn Breccm<.~ F.h>. CV..J...M T .- :_.___ n___I ,-. '-Slid Hublll. S
sixtieth birthday of Mrs. Lena Mintzes are (L to r.) Mesdames Molly Whiimer"celU n!!?r of "
Malamuth. Rose Pressman. Esther Shedroff. Lena Mintzes. Pearl Graetz. Rose Man (
Wegman. ucs and Elsj
Pioneer Women
Fete Mrs. Mintzes
-Art
IBS, and at Johns Hopkins. Mrs. Philip Pritzert, recording i.
During the war he -------
Mrs. Goldman Will Feto.Miriam prankJ
Officers. Board Members rhnneoo r., n
Mrs. Gilbert Goldman, one of! p,OSC UnC H
!the vice presidents of the Sister- M- If'"6 '" n wed%|
Pioneer Women Club No. Two I hood of Temple Beth Sholom, will! ^S Mlria;ri Junkie, whose J
of Miami Beach recently honored I entertain the newly installed of- I fvf"16" Shenvod Rosen, sa
Mrs. Lena Mintzes at a surprise! ficers and board members at a I L "f ,* Benian>in Rosen,
party at Harfenist Restaurant in' luncheon in her home, 4622 N.'"_ tast nd St- Hialeah. ha
honor of her sixtieth birthday. fa>' Rad,' _iami Beach, on Tues- j been matted by her parents,'
.. ... 'day, May JO. The luncheon will Mr- and Mrs. Simon Frarki.
Mrs Mintzes, who has served follow a meeting of the board at 5331 S.W. 5th St.
chairman nf *V lfN*w.*L.j.iA ... .,
lladassah I nit To
Install Off.4-ors
served n the secretary: Mrs. Frank Briskmar!i I ua^ T ,u u Moazat, which plans for the coming year
corresponding secretary-; Mrs I Hapoalot fo.r 'he Past three years, will be formulated and the sum-
----------- Lester Lasky. financial secretary Presented with a certificate mer program announced.
-_* t Mrs Sa~ onin and Mrs Sam i Z* .tmscript,?n, ln the book f-------------------------------
Richard Sachs
stalled as new president of the Becomes Bar Mitzvah
unt Scopus Group of Hadassah : Richard Sachs.
: rmerly Miami Group) at a. sen of Mr. anc
lun rreon to be held at the Garden Mrs. M. Sachs
Scstaurant at 12:30 p.m. on Mon- 1801 S.W. 2nc
day. May 29. Mrs. Joel Belov. Ave.. becam.
honorary president will be in- Bar Mitzval
; mag officer, and Mrs. Harold Thursday, Ma\
a. Cohen will serve as mistress 25.
eremonies. \ ., .
obi Max Shapiro will be 3 h e n a nTo a^'
speaker. Mrs. Simon Apr:: .J,nIor H i g J
n. Musical portion of the .w. U1"wr
ArturO d. Filippi. pjpJ f *Reception a
cha^an ofStheDafVa1r. STSSS & ."R
I -" Mrs. Arthur Stone, co-chair- : Pm'
at 3-4369.
ca~ I "* ovwption 111 me dciuk OI i _______________________
3arn builders in Jabalia in Israel. The c j i w
i presentation was made by Mrs. > O'Uaent Wins Honor
LouLs Rubin and Mrs. Joseph
The ceremony will take ]
at 4 p.m. in Rabbi Max Shapi-os
study. Dinner at the Shelve
Hotel will follow. The bride-
; elect has chosen Miss Bleu
-. D Marcus as her maid of honor
Don Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs. | Alvin Rosen, the bridegrocS
!3o3 S.W. 5th St., f brother, will be best man.
awarded a silver' The prcspt.-ve bridepoona
11 and ScroU, na- j assC'ated with United lb:*
_ i '. Porn
Levme In addition, the former' Lou Rubin. 2353
hYerrkhusebCaended ^^ ^WA^TSJLSWli
.1 u t. ., nalistic fraternity, for his edi-
Also honored with similar build-
ers' certificates were the Mes-
, dames Molly Whitmer, Sarah
; Malamut. Rose Pressman. Pearl ^..,Fci
j graetz. Rose Marcus and Elsie j ship to various colleges.
Wegman.
Mrs. Rinka Woll. member of
the organization's national board,
was guest speaker and Mrs. Es-
ther Shedroff presided.
Discontinue For Summer
torial on "Let's Outlaw War." I i-iscontinue ror Summer
The award also qualifies the! Birnbaum's Jewjsft Programs
Miami High School student to I which have been a feature on
compete for a two year scholar- WMBM go off the ait Vte wees.
1 and will be resumed next iall.
f
Richard

WAC's To Mark
Eighth Birthday
The newly organized Miami
Chapter of the Women's Army
rpa Veterans will hold a
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Games Party Planned
The Sisterhood of the Miami
' i Hebrew School and Congregation
' will sponsor a luncheon and
games party on Tuesday, May
30. at 12:30 p.m. at the" school
build;ng. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Mrs
Ben Golden is chairman of the
affair.
Meyer Elected
Har.k Meyer, public relations
luncheon Sunday. May 28. at the director for the city of Miami'
Bel Aire Hotel. Miami Beach, at Beach, was elected to the board i
1 p.m. in honor of the eighth of directors of the Association of
anniversary of the corps. Municipal Public Relations Of-I
Major Mary M. Push. WAC ficers at its annual meeting in I
staff adviser. Third Army Head- Naw York City. *
quarters. Atlanta. Ga.. will be "
gue-st speaker. Following her talk
there will be cutting of the birth-
day cake, group singing, a WAC"
Styi?i SJI0W- and a WAC mvie.
All former and present mem-
; I the W .men's Army Corns
and the original Women's Armv
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Tlu is the second week in a
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*'JewishFhridlian
rsonally Speaking t .
-Leaving for New York next Wednesday are Mr and Mr*
Kleyer. 210 East Di Lido Drive. Miami Beach. They will be
Cnpanied by their daughter Mrs. Jack Rosen, and their
'dson, Norman Joel, who will see them off on the Queen
on June 8. The Meyers will make an extended tour of
pe and will spend the High Holidays in Israel. Included in
. itinerary will be England, Scotland, Wales.-Germanv
him. France, Switzerland and Italy. They will return on the
In Elizabeth the latter part of October.
* +
Ax. and Mrs. Sam Weissel of Coral Gables are in Philadel-
for a month to attend the graduation of their son William 1
Valley Forge Military Academy. William has'been ac-
| at Harvard University and the University of Pennsyl-1
but has not yet decided where he will matriculate I
her son, Roy. is completing his second year at Valley'
B. The family will visit in New York and California before
ninq here.
* *
h. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, formerly of 845 Michiaan Ave
ni Beach, are now making their home at 1677 River Road,
onville, Fla., where Mr. Soltz is associated with Atlantic
jlidated Builders Supply Co. Mrs, Soltz, the former Roslyn
h, long active in Miami Beach Jewish organization activities,
to continue her organizational work in Jacksonville
* *
j. and Mrs. Harry Barnhard of Miami Beach are leaving
jveek for Charleston, S. C, where they will visit their son
daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Howard J. Barnhard. On June
fcy will attend the graduation of their daughter-in-law from
Medical College of South Carolina.
* *
Hi. and Mrs. Arthur Singer, 4560 Jefferson Ave., Miami
_, announce the birth of a daughter at St. Francis Hospital
Vednesday. Mrs. Singer is the former Diane De Koven,
Inter of Mrs. Bernard De Koven and the late Dr. De Koven
* *
and Mrs. Irving Pollock of Toledo, Ohio, and Mrs.
ttte Asch of Detroit, Mich., flew back to their respective ~
is after attending the wedding of their sister, Ruth Ciralsky wil1 speak on Me
[red Gottesman. Hadassah's children
* *
Max Hoffman, 318 21st St., Miami Beach, flew to
last Thursday to attend the funeral of her mother,
i Fields.
* *
Lending the summer at Far Rockaway, Long Island, is
|Anna Karlin, 2440 S.W. 27th Lane.
* *
Kiss Ruth Gladys Finkelstein, daughter of Evelyn Bauer,
bcnfirmed at the Schiff Center, Bronx, N. Y., Shavuos eve.
* *
and Mrs. Jacob De Koven, 1676 James Ave., Miami
I, lef; this week for their summer home in Michigan City,
ba.
* *
Jr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosenthal, 244 West Rivo Alto Drive,
i Beach, will spend the summer in Monticello, N. Y.
nr Memorial Fund To Grant
rship To Summer Camp
les A. Ratner Memorial i chairman. David Isen, Sidney
p Fund of the Bureau | Greenberg. Louis Schwartzman
PAGE NINE
Pythian Sisters to
Hold (tames Nite
"Help to Help the Helpless" is
the slogan of the games night to
be sponsored by the Pythian
Sisters of Roosevelt Temple 33
on Wednesday. May 31. at 8 p.m.
at Dora August Memorial Hall.
Co-chairmen of the affair are
Alice Brooks and Ruth Chaykin.
Assisting them are Manny and
Doris Hollander. Henrietta Kost-
off, Mildren Cotzen, Virginia
Ames and Sophie Mitchell.
A feature of the evening will be
a variety show.
Proceeds will go to various
charitable projects.
SisthnH i?Tn ^ =b^"s was in!"aed as president of the
Saxonv Haiti T*t **?* Shlom 2 lunche week at the
o~rJ -h Ins'alla,tlon ceremonies were in the form of an
SauliVf hJ Rabbi Len Kronish and ,u9 ^ Cantor
camor Kelemer- Plclu"d with Mrs. Robins are the rabbi and
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Card Party Slated
The Dora Stein Sisterhood of
the Israelite Center will sponsor
a card party at the center build-
ing, 3198 S.W. 24th St., on Sunday,
May 28.
Mrs. Jack Schwartz is chairman
of the affair. Assisting her will
be the Mesdames N. Simons, J.
Gorman. M. Goldenberg and Na-
than Shenkin.
Miami Junior Hadassah Will Hold
Annual Donor Dinner Sunday IVight
olai
The annual donor dinner of
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
will be held at the Trocadero
Restaurant, Miami Beach on Sun-
day evening. May 28, Chairman
Elaine Goldman has announced.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Al-
fred Mamlet, former Zionist Youth
Commission chairman. Rita Ross,
will speak on Meir Shefeyah,
.__'s village in
Israel, and Miriam Scheinberg,
retiring president, will give her
report.
Also scheduled to participate in
the program are Miss Goldman, j
who will deliver a welcome mes-
sage and Mickey Einhorn, who
will give the invocation. Jean
Nevel will present Henrietta
Szold pins to outstanding mem-
bers of the year and Jewish
National Tree Certificates to
several members' mothers.
Highlight of the affair will be
installation of officers by Mrs.
Mathilda Moser, senior adviser of
the group. To be seated are presi-
dent, Rita Ross; first vice presi-
dent, Elain Goldman; second vice
president, Mickey Einhorn: third
vice president, Elaync Moss;
treasurer, Bea Jacobson; corre-
sponding secretary, Sarah Gelt-
ner; recording secretary, Mrs.
Judy Chase.
ART GREEN
Beaeh Lodge Will
Hold Stag Smoker
ish Education of Greater
will again grant a scholar-
a Jewish youth from this
a Jewish camp for the
'. according to Louis
tzman. executive director
)u:cau.
cholarship is being offered
V>y or girl, 11 years of age
r who has had three years
"ew school training and
now in attendance at a
lebrew school,
ipphcants for the scholar-
pt write to the office of
eau of Jewish Education,
'gross Bldg., Miami, giving
age, Jewish background
s'>n for wishing to apply
scholarship. The applica-
lould also include refer-
oi teachers or rabbis
jwnan said.
atner Memorial Scholar-
* set up by Mrs. Matilda
memory of her husband
e year period, beginning
tor the purpose of "en-
6 young people to irrtens-
Jewish education and to
"lightened and positive
"P to the Jewish com-
,' greater Miami."
m,a"hip committee con-
bbi Murray Grauer,
and Mrs. Matilda Ratner.
A membership smoker and
, show night will climax the spring
! membership drive of the Miami
I Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith. on
Wednesday, June 7, at the Saxony
Auxiliary Plans
% I ||o4 DiJa Wednesday, June 7, at the Saxony
l IIIIII.11 DUHl ItlUe Hotel, it has been announced by
The second annual boat ride of Godfrey K. Newman, president,
the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary l Membership Chairman Irving
No. 199. Free Sons of Israel, will Schatzman has planned a two-
be held on Sunday, May 28, at 8 i and-one-half-hour program to he
p.m. aboard the "Showboat," /ollowed by refreshments. Mem-
which leaves from Pier 7, City bers in good standing will be
Yacht Basin. [ admitted by payment of one
In charge of the affair is Mrs. dollar and prospects who are en-
Max Silverman. Assisting her are! rolled in B'nai B'rith that evening
Mrs. Sam Gordon and Louis. will be admitted free.
Rosenblum. The committee in charge of
The evening will be highlighted arrangements includes Herbert L.
by dance contests and an amateur Markow, Harry Sonz and Saul
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9-JenisiJ Hcrldiari
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Star Chapter
Seats Officers
Donna Feldman was install
as president of Star Chap)
B'nai B'rith Young Women at a
Mother's Day tea on V.
May IT. at the Town Rests
Mrs. Leonore Curtice and Mrs.
Tena Katz, advisers, served as
installing offic< rs
Guests of honor were Selma
l is, B'nai B'rith youth dii
and Rosalyn Morris, president of
District Five B'nai B'rith Young
Women. Miss Morris presented
the charter to the group. The
program was planned by a com-
mittee headed by Doris Klein.
Others recognized at the cere-
monies were Doris Klein, first
vice president; Marcia Simonoff.
second vice president; Marilyn
Irreal. corresponding secretary;
Pearl Kaplin. recording secretary;
Lois Ginsberg, treasurer: Thelma
Schwartz, chaplain: Estelle Nager.
historian: Thelma Potluck. parlia-
mentarian: Doris Brown. Pearl
Frisch, Charlotte Sandier. Jean
Wasserman. Ruth Marmer. board
members.
Judge Beckham To Speak
Judge Walter H. Beckham of
the Dade County Juvenile Court
will be the principal speaker at
the weekly luncheon meeting of
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on
Friday. May 2(5. ;.t 12:15 p.m. at
the Miamian Restaurant. The
judge will speak on "Jin
b, linquency Control in Our
I
52 Auxiliary
Names Leaders
Mrs. Char! >tte Plissner has
,'. u >; president of the
auxiliary Ass
group to entertaiiii:.
n und< an I ibled
v.-..r \
Oth le ''" rn,,c'
Burke, first vie p.. S d
aid vice pres
Ida Wil .. third v
dent: Shirley Gardiner. f..;:r:r>
vice pri sident: Emily Gol<
ding secretary; Mae St. rn,
i corresponding secretary: Pauline
Gershon, financial secretary, and
Sal lie Firestone, treasurer.
The board of directors consists
of Perla Goodman. Sally Drucker.
Ann Samson. Edith Zeffert, Ann
Meltzer, Blanche Ozer. Zena
Goluskin. Dorothy Weingarten.
Sadie Nathan. Beatrice Cour-
shon, Muriel Pick. Pearl Berman,
I Alice Blumenfeld. Sol am Levy.
, Sarah Fagan. Henny Field. Grace
Levinson and Gladys Nathanson.
Bess Nelson. Phyllis Pollock.
i Roberta Roberts. Sadie Sisselman.
.Lillian Stoff. Betty Feinberg.
Jean Raab. Estelle Turk. Anne
White. Lee Gottleib. Sally Levy.
Rose Gaudies:. Sed Goldwin. Ann
Ganz. Martha R. Heller. Deanna
Abrashkm and Betty Fleischer.
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'
director of tiic center, will be
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30. a! 2 9 p : &
n v I xplain the b!
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|] w.
f ri's Israeli
Xeu.rali.y
TEL AVIV. (JTA) Emphasiz-
the sentiments of the
Gen Zionists in Israel are
thi v stern powers
eastern bloc,
D" Peretz Bernstein, chairman
| neral Zionist Party, told
I nfen nee that his group
nevertheless agrees with the
policy of neutrality adopted by
the Israi I vernment.
Neutrality in relation to the
major world blocs is essential in
Israel because of the country's
political structure, he said. "A
real fight, not only an ideological
one. would break out here if
Israel adopted a pro-western
orientation." he declared.
Dr. Bernstein also admitted hs
, party agrees that some measure
or governmental economic con-
trol cannot entirely be abolished
, in Israel. However, he insisted
'that free enterprise is compatible
l with the basic national needs of
J the country.
"The government economic
! policy is definitely not suitable
, for solving the grave problems
facing the state." he said. "A
i rigidly controlled economy will
never set free enterprise so sorely
needed to attract capital from
abroad in the large amounts
needed to expand the absorptive
and productive capacity propor-
tionate to the demands of mass
. {ration."
;. ader of the General Zion-
ist | d that his group now
has ngth than du: ing
last year.
Ant ther par! i the
group
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moval of his offices from 1802
Congress Building, Miami, to 600
Lincoln Roadj Building, Miami
Beach.
A native of New York, the
young accountant has lived in
this area for the past six years.
He attended City College of New-
York and graduated from the Un-*
iversity of Miami with a Bachelot
of Business Administration. Since
his graduation, Eber has been
associated with the accounting
firms of Weber, Thompson and
Lefcourt and Joel HOch. He is a
veteran of 39 months in the Army
Air Force.
Eber served as first vice presi-
dent of the now defunct Miami
Beach unit of the American Jew-
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Cocktail Party Slated
The Sisterhood of the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables will sponsor a cocktail
party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Eli Einbinder, 3351 S.W.
2nd St., on Tuesday, June 13.
at 8 p.m.
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Clara Hirsh Landau Unit
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Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women will
hold a picnic supper and box
social for members and guests on
Saturday. May 27. at 9 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Max Schwartz,
620 East 51st Terr.. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Schwartz is a member of the
Miami Beach Chapter B'nai B'rith
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Rema Jackson and Ruth Kalin :
are co-chairmen of the event, the (
first planned by the newly in-'
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ion Named
President
'Jewistncridi-tn
tlNN'ATI. (JTA) The
biennial convention of
al Jewish Welfare
iilecl with the election
'-_ I' iison of St. Louis as
|. i the organization,
y Frank L. Weil, who
imination after hav-
|d the office for 10 ypars.
ion adopted a reso-
I :('onimending to
I, Jewish community
they do everything
"to foster a workable
f with synagogues and
in the respective
It also set forth
9 of cooperative
between the synagogues
sh centers as "en-
the quality of individual
nip life in Ameri-
I that this recogni-
non goals "is ma-
I miete expressions
in ever-growing
inships."
litioil endorsed the
I A sociated Serv-
\ med Forces, Inc..
- nue morale, wel-
programs in
i (1 personnel, and
\ the request of the
Establishment The
| dying the J.W.B.'s
1 support and co-
;he new organiza-
|l in, expressed the
rness to participate
|\ of ASAF with the
land the National Catholic
v.w Service, which, to-
|with the JWB make up
comunities were called
a resolution to continue
pcreasing zeal and devo-
prts for the benefit of the
Diets and patients in V.A.
i." Other action taken by
fB convention included:
he U.S. Senate to approve
jrity amendments which
jlude employes of non-
^g;nizations in the pro-
ling the establishment of
rHA in Jerusalem, the
rael; and approving the
of a committee to plan
ride celebration, in 1954,
Wtennial of the Jewish
center movement in
PAGE ELEVEN
Ballet rlassos
To Hold Rwita I
Bernard Ostfeld, ballet master
at the Miami Jewish Communitv
Center, vill present his dance
classes in a recital on Thursday,
June I, at 3:45 p.m.
An original ballet, "Cinderella,"
will be featured as well as several
class ballet numbers. The musical
background for the production is
Mozart's "Erne Kleine Nacht-
musik."
The program is being given as
the closing affair of the center's
after-school children's activities
and movies and refreshments will
also be included. Admission is
free.
Person Sought
The National Council of Jewish
Women is seeking information
about the present address of
Hedwig (inn Beck) Salten, whose
last known address in the United
States was Brooklyn, N. Y.. and
who is thought to be now living
in Miami. Mrs. Salten is the
daughter of Morris Beck, hum
1865 in Czechoslovakia, now de-
ceased.
The informatin is being sought
in behalf Of a cousin, Paula.Stern-
er Schmelz, now residing in
Israel.
Anyone who has information as
to the present whereabouts of
Mrs. Salten is asked to call 3-6554,
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ceremony took place Sunday afternoon before a large crowd.
Participants in the program were David Catsman. Monroe Geld.
Norman R. Lyons. Stanley C. Myers. Maloff and Mayor Phillips.
Myers, who gave the keynote address, compared the start of the
new temple on Shavuos "to the giving of the Law of Sinai." He
congratulated the audience on their courage and foresight and
said he hoped that they would reap the fruit of their harvest in
good Jews, "mindful of the Torah of Israel and of those laws
which have become the foundation for the Morality of Civilized
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Officers to be installed include
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Zionist Youth To
Hold Son" Fet Plans are being formulated for
the annual Young Judaea song
: stival to be held the end of May.
it was announced by Cantor
Samuel Kelemer. chairman of the
Zi nist Youth Commission.
Each club may present three
numbers, the cantor disclosed.
S :n:s may be sung in Hebrew or
Yiddish with one selection in
English. An original song ov
parody with Young Judaea. Jew-
ish or Israel theme will be per-'
mitted.
Judging will be based on pre-
sentation, musical ability, v
rhythm, expression . winning dub will be pre-
- d with a gold plaque.
Annual awards f i ".he Young
Judaea Chanuka festival, stunt
- it. s .;-. ii :. region folk danc-
nd the Israeli fair will be
to foil wing groups:
Cl aim Weitzn ann, Beth Ei
. :.. K; imah
ai i Hatikvah,
"What Democracy Means to Me" is tne subject of an essay
contest sponsored b> Miami t>c2Ci. Lodge. B qhi B rtth. m the
Beach high schools. Educators and civic leaders are shown reading
one of the eariy entries in the contest Seated, leit to right, are
Saul Gcnot. chairman; Oin C. Webb, principal Miami Beach High
SO col; ard Miss Malvir.a Weiss, principal South Beach Element-
ary School. Standing are Dr. Wilbur Wishrer ard Harry J. Son* of
the lodae ccmrr.iitee. First prize will be a S50 U. S. Savings Bond,
second prize a $25 bond, and third prize SIC in cash. Essays must
not contain more than 250 wcrds and must be submitted by
midnight of May 25. _____________-Ai.i,.i..r-_
Style Show To
Highlight Center
lTA Mooting
A kiddie fashion show will Hy Sweet
highlight the annual election tea Irvin" Cyp
, of the Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion of the Miami Bench Jewish'
Center at 2 p.m. on Tuesday. May
0 in the air-conditioned social
! of the center.
Chairman of the nominating
ommittee i: M.-s. Harry Rogers.
Solving with her are Mrs. (;<
Gl ild and Mrs. Sai
::. In tli;
c freer,1 p; esident, Mrs.
Irving Cypen, vice presicU nt,
bi Irving Lehrmon will ad-
the group. Mrs. Irvin |
lan will commentate the
ii show and Mrs. Ben
n will provide the piano
accompaniment. Clothes will be
from the Kitty Kane Shop.
Organized in November, 1949.
the PTA has sp nsored the
Chanuka and Purim festivals. ;he
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Passover Seder. t
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Young Zionist Districts in Flor-
ida, which have emerged as the
result of the recent incorporation
of Masada into the ZOA. Gilbert
Rappaport. past president of
Masada, will preside at this meet-
ing and Hyman Pomerantz. di-
rector, extension activities. Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, will
lead the discussion.
Dr. Sidney Marks, executive
director of tiie 10.\ will deliver
the principal address at the
luncheon.
Goodman revealed that there
will be a special committee on
Florida Good and Welfare, which
will make recommendations to
the afternoon business session.
Among participants will be
Alex \ an Ctraaten. Burnett
Roth. Abraham Goodman. Louis
Schwartzmarfr SttymovH B. Lieb-
man, Rabbi Irving LAhrman.
Rabbi Leon KConjSh of Miami and
Miami Beach: Dr. Harold Web-
man of West Palm Beach; Jack
Becker of Jacks invilh: Carl
V- an of Lake. Worth: Arthur
Pariser of Orlando; Rabbi Manuel
Greenstein of West Palm Beach;
I Manuel Arinoyitz of Tampa: and
d M. Clavan of St. Peters-
burg.
Assisting Gorrdman with in-
ference arrangements are regis-
tration, Gilbert Rappaport; dee-
ms, David C. Goodman;
publicity. I. R. Goodman: pro-
gram. S. A. Goodman and Melvin
Richardson: music direction. Can-
Samuel Kelemer: and co-
ordination. Rabbi Isadore H.
Shoulson.
Reservation! may be made bv
calling the Zionist office. 53-4643.
Labor Leader Will
Receive ADL Report
Frank Roche, president of the
Florida Federation of Labor, will
be presented with the first official
Florida labor copy of the new-
book. "A Measure of Freedom."
at a special breakfast sponsored
by the Tropical Lodge. B'nai
B'rith. at the Alcazar Hotel, on
Sunday. May 28. at 10 a.m.
The presentation will be made
by Tropical Lodge as a phase of
its Anti-Defamation League pro-
gram. Copies of the new book are
also being distributed by the lodge
to editors, judges and civic of-
ficials in the Greater Miami area
Plans for the presentation at
the breakfast ceremony are being
coordinated by Sam Kessler.
president of Tropical Lodge; Dr.
Lester Gordon, lodge Anti-De-
famation League chairman: Gil-
bert J. Balkin. director, and Ber-
nard Hutner. assistant director,
respectively, of the Florida re-
gional Anti-Defamation League
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
le israei (Reform), 137
|th SI. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
[Emeritus.
I,i. ,;, service* at 8:15 p.m.
i will preach on -fThe
sh Community Center
Irvative). 2020 Polk St..
Trood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
* at Saturday
a) ::::". Sunday
i ":S0 to 10:JO the center
pie Lmanu-El 'Reform),
i Andrews Are., Fort Laud-
[ Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
will conduct th*
ich. The public is
hool at the temple
,i in. Religious school
Hebrew School and Con-
Ion Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
Vve. Rabbi Simon April.
| Berele Kelemer.
.. i g services at 6inn.
: I :. Mishna at 3:30
M !!'..;. Shalos . and
i 7::ui a.m. and
school from 3:30
pie lietn snoiom (Liberal),
Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Leon Kronish; Cantor
I Kelemer.
service* at 8:15.
[K l-h will speak. (.....g
follow the nervlces In
Li Ell who has Just re-
|fr.m Israel. Sabbath service
.
legation Beth Uavid (Con-
Ivc Coral Way and 26th
|Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Mamches.
services at 6:30.
lay morning at 3,
rogation Kneseth Israel
lional 1415 Euclid Ave..
Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
,i^0ralnGnables Jewish Center
(Liberal) Rabbi Morris A. Skop
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave
near Le Jeune.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
| dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
i Murray Grauer.
Friday evening s-t'vii-*. Qt f.-*,
Saturday m,,,i,..s s.. v ,. I""
Rabbi (frauer wllP sneak o2 ,',, f.:;o
-.....<<< the week.-'-"j"rk ;-;'.L ,'",;,
a.m. Mlncha at :i:, followed i < i
Shudoa. Religious ^uL^!^,^:
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive
Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Saturday Afternoon
Sessions To Close
The final afternoon session of
' Artnit 2EZa utd00'- Forurn for
Adult Education will be held
f24 n aKy'c^aL27- at 3:30 P'm- at
in i1^'- Mlami Beach. Prof.
Edward Clarke of the University
PAGE THIRTEEN
of Miami will speak on the lives
of Robert and Clara Shuman.
The Tuesday night sessions at
which Dr. Abraham W'olfson will
lecture on "The Art of Living"
will continue through the sum-
mer. Next Tuesday Dr. Wolfson
will speak on "Why Grow Old?"
Sunday Night Dances
T"e Young Adult Council of the
Miami Jewish Community Center
will resume its Sunday night
dances at the center. The FDR
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young
Men will sponsor the affair on
May 28
Friday evening
services at 6:30
Iday 6:15. Kabbalas
|i.m. Saturday morning
Kiihbl Ever will 'speak.
will lecture on
': the Fathers."
followed by Shoh.s
Z and remarks bv
IMaai follows. Dally He-
toi'1 Mondaj thn.ush Thursday
I' in Mishna after
'-. i'lass in Jewish cus-
before Mincha aid
Daily servicej at x
lelh Israel Congregation of
(Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
(evening services at 6:15 p.m..
1.:i" a.m. wiih Mlncha at 6.
nt- in that area are invited
side Jewish Center.
Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave.
St.
taai s Smith will offlci-
v' I \: en Ft Ida} evening.
ph<...i clause* every Sundav a
of Dr. Win. Boros, 655 N.W.
Hebrew 'lasses under di-
ll Rev. Philip Kried at 6701
k Ave. on Mondays and
from 4 to 6 p.m.
Academy. 918 61h St..
Beach.
evening services at 6:30; Sat-
urnine at Mlncha at 6:30
>' Shalos Seudos. Zmiras and
p.v guests. Maariv will follow.
Wees at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45
0a.\ morning services at 8.
Saturday morning at B:8u. Intermedl-
at< Cong, at 9 a.m.-.MIncha at 6:30
v> 'l by Shalos Sudos.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9 00
> clock.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
cantor.
At services Friday evening the rabbi
will speak on "The Failure of Modern
Education.'
Israelite Center (Conservative
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Friday night services at C: Saturday
morning at 9. Daily services at 8
a.m.
Congregation loung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Service Friday nignt at 6; Saturday
night at 6 Mincha services followed
by Shall.s Seudi.s. Services Monday
to Thursday 8 a.m. ami ., ::n p.m. All
Young Israel members in the ana are
invited tu attend.
North Daae Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Saturday morning services at 10.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday services at 9 *.m.
Congregation beth Tlilah (Or- I
[ thodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evtning services at 6:30.
Saturday morning at 8:30. The rabbi
will preach on Portion of the Week.
At 5:15 p.m. Rabbi Itackovsky will
speak on "Ethics of the Fathers,"
followed by Mlncha at B:45. Shaios
Seduos and Maariv. Daily serv-
ices 7:30 a.m. followed by class in
Mishna. Mlncha services at 6:30 fol-
lowed on Sundays, Tuesdays and
Thursdays by class in Laws and Cus-
toms, and on Mondays and Wednes-
days by class in Jewish Legends of
the Talmud.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 6:30;
Saturday morning at 9. The rubbl
will preach on the Portion of the
Law. Daily services aa 8 a.m. and
6:30 p.m.
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vJewlsti tier Mian
DOV Chapter To Sponsor
Luncheon, Card Party
DOV Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will sponsor a luncheon
and card party on Wednesday,
May 31, at 12 noon at the home
of Mrs. Joseph Sobel, 680 S.W.
7th Ave.
Dietary laws will be observed
and reservations may be made by
calling 9-4575.
Obituaries
RICHARD BOBES
Two years old, of #810 S.W. "th St.,
was killed this week by an automobile
In front of his home. He is survived
by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hob,.- Services were conducted at
the 1 teach Memorial tlnapel. 1850
Alton Road, with interment following
in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
RORY HANKOFF
Two years old, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. 1316 15th
St., died Sunday in a local hospital.
Services were held at Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with
interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating.
NATHANIEL E. SALL
49, of 2980 Flamingo Drive, passed
away last week In I'hlladelphia. Mr.
Sail, was vice president and general
manager of Miami Crown Distributor,
lived in Miami for six years, coming
here from New York. He was a
member or the Westvlew Country
. Club, active in the Jewish Federation
of Charities, and an active worker in
charitable and philanthropic circles.
Survivors Include his wife, Mildred,
and two daughters, Edilh and Dorothy.
Services were held in the Riverside
Memorial Chapel, New York City.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION____
N THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl IT.
IN AM' FOR DADK COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
ERNEST F. ANDREWS. Plaintiff,
vs. RUTH M. ANDREWS.
Defendant.
TO: RUTH M. ANDREWS
4S7 E. Main Street
lt.it.ivu. New York______
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill for Divorce has been filed
against you In the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required
to serve a copy of your Answer to
the Bill of Complaint on the I'lalntlffs
attorneys, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before June 26th, AD.
150.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this !4
day of May. 1950.
K. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and
for Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B* WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
PALI.OT. SILVER. TATHAM
& WAYNE
Attorneys at Law
1214-19 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
5/26 6/8-9-16
MAURICE ROSEN
55, of 111 Clboa Court. Coral Gables,
passed away Saturday In a local hos-
pital. Mr. Rosen came here four years
ago from Brooklyn. He was a member
of the Coral Gables Jewish Center,
the Miami Showmen's League, arid
the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order.
Survivors Include his wife, Fannie;
his mother, Mrs. Bessie Rosen, Miami;
a son George. Brooklyn, and daughter,
Mrs. Lillian Kaiter. Coral Gables: also
five brothers. Harold and Joseph.
Miami. Ruben and Henry, Pittsburgh,
and David, of Charleston, S. C.: two
sisters. Mrs. Ruth Shapiro, of Miami,
and Miss Rose Rosen, of Atlantic
City. Services were held at Gordon's
Funeral Home with Rabbi M. Skop
officiating. Interment followed at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
BENJAMIN LEVINE
Passed away this week. Services
wen held wednesdaj at Gordon's
1] Horn.- with interment In Mt.
Nebo Centet* "
CARRIE BAER
S -: of Haute Weil and Ruth
Y,,rk foi services and Interment by
Mi Chat el, 1850 Alton
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Soda-Bar at 1620 N.W. 2nd St..
Miami, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RAYMOND COLKMAN
JAMES P. ALBE
M. S. MARLIN
502 Bltcayne Building
Attorney for Applicants
5/2< 6/2-9-16
ARTHUR YOHALEN
:it this
Week Fl Si n > were
i |: v. *..!. 1850
All ntertnem in Ml Sinai
H >..- :
NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23794.
In Re: Estate of
Theodoulos Kalozols, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to the order of the above Court, dated
May 18, 1950. a public sale of the
estate's assets, to-wit, a one third
Interest In the chattels and business
known as Pete's Bar B-Q, located
at 8587 B. W. 8th Street. Miami.
Florida, shall be held at 2:00 P.M.,
Monday, June 19, 1950. at 2537 S. W.
Rth Street. Miami, Florida, for the
purpose of paying the debts of the
estate. The sale shall be conducted
by the undersigned administrator of
the above estate and shall be made
for the best price obtainable.
Dated: May 23. 1950.
ANDREAS CHHISTODOULOU
Administrator
LIEBMAN AND ROSEN
Attorney! for Administrator
502 Blscayne Building
Miami, Florida
3 26 0 J-9-U
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
1 I If II
OAROUNE SANDS, Plaintiff, vs.
FRKDERICK A. SANDS. Defendant.
TO: Mr. Frederick A. Sands,
c/o Mrs. Eileen Baker,
420". 4Sth Avenue
Woodside. Long Island, N. Y.___
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill or Complaint In the above cause
for Divorce, on the plalntlfrs at-
torneys, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before June 21, 19*0.
otherwise said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 22 day of May, M*
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
' By WM. W. 8TOOKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
660 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
5/26 6/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT
FIFTH DISTRICT. MIAMI HEAi'H
FLORIDANo. 3770.
JOSEPH 8TILLMAN, Plaintiff, vs
JERRY REGAN. Defendant.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
under and by virtue of a writ of
execution Issued In the above styled
cause, I, Harry S. Hlgglns, Constable
of the Fourth District of Dade County,
Florida, have levied upon and wlli
offer for sale "and sell to the highest
bidder for cash at 10 a.m. on the
20th day of June, 1950, In the office
of the Honorable Kenneth Oka, Judge
of the Small Claims Court, at 350
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla., all
the right, title, and interest of said
JERRY REGAN in the following de-
scribed property, to satisfy said execu-
tion, to-wit: entire interest In and
to the following:
One 1940 Buick four-door sedan.
DATED this 12th day of May, 1950.
HARRY S. HIGGINS.
Constable. Dade County, Fla.
5th District
(Seal)
By JOHN A. WHALEN, Deputy.
MANFRED J. BERLINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
311 Lincoln Road
5/19-26 6/2.9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ANDY'S GRILL at 1141 N.W. Third
Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
WILLIAM COHAN
Applicant
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
5/26 6/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Coral Gate Medical Building at 3180
S.W. 22nd 8L, Miami, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LENA FEINSTEIN ZIMMERMAN
Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
5/26 6/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. N< 'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ndersigni ng to engage In
the fictitious name of
-i Products al 275 N" W 27th
;- lo rei 1st); .-.mi name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
ROBERT I.. SHNAYERSON
i inner
i'5-12-19-26 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
lersieneil. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Playmate* sport Toga at 132 N. W
24th Street. Miami, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LEON B, BROWN
_, SARA L BROWN-
SIDNEY BOBBINS
Attorney for Applicants
901 N. E. 2nd Avenue
5 M f 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Ac> Employment Service at 127 N E.
1st Ave.. Miami, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
SAM GREF.NRERG
NAT LAWRENCE
Partners
5 2 6'2-9-16
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND Ft'R DADK COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
.
I Ri : ESTATE I IP
DAVID ZAVON,
Deci is. ,1
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims OB Demands Against
Bald Estate:
I and i h of you, are hereby
I and required to presi nt any
and demands which you. o:
either of you, may have against the
estate of DAVID ZAVi'N. lie, eased.
late of DADK County, Florida, to the
Hon. W p BLANTON. County Judge
of Dado County, anil file the same In
his office iii the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dt'e a of the claimant and to be sworn
to and preseivLil as aforesaid, or same
will he barred: See Section 120 of the
W.\ Probate Act.
Date May 22. AD. 1950.
ROBERT H. ZAVON.
As Executor of the I,ast Will and
Testament of DAVID ZAVON.
Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor
.",,26 6/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Star Liquor Store at 1501-U3-05 N. W.
3rd A\emie, Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
STAR TRADING CO., INC.
A Florida Corporation
MYERS, HEIMAN 4- KAPI.AN
Attorneys for Applicant
650 Seybold Bldg.
.''26 6'2-9-lS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
132405.
HELEN SNYDER, Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPH SNYDER. DefendanL
TO: JOSEPH SNYDER,
c/o Goodman.
S3 Bleeker Street.
New York City. New York.
"OU ARE NOTIFIED a Bill of
Complaint for divorce has been filed
against you In the above cause and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 29th day of May. I960:
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
of Complaint Will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
May 1st, 1950.
E. P. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
927 Lincoln Road,
MIan Bea ".. Florida.
T, 5-12-19-26
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
11894.
In Re: ESTATE OF
ANNA KORETZKY.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or DemandB Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Anna Koretsky, deceased,
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of
Dade County, and file the same In his
office In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the-
flrst publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date May 19, AD. 1950.
HARRY KORETZKY.
As Administrator of the Estate of
Anna Koretsky, Deceased.
ELRY STONE
Congress Building
Attorney for Administrator.
5/26 6/2-9-16
FRIDAY?
LEGAL:
ajS^S5v3
ELEVENTH V. COl-SPi
:)FFi.,'ihT,lAj,lvi)'ii^o
COUNTY iK" AN'Dftfl
,132926. CHAxSb
MAX ROSE.WSTp.v, 1
(ffisS"8K-i
m Montgomery fetal
Brooklyn, NeV f*
You are reesljitl
your answer ,0f?'?,?.
for Dlvlrce onh?^ fi
and to fiie .h.^WsbajM
office of the SSL1"'"**11
Court on or bf. ,k0'
June, A.D m;n 'u* hi
of Complaint for ShSH
"led herein, w ,, Z<". kj
feased by you ** nd"dayao, ^\^<
(Circuit CourtleST*
By; j,
Name and Addreg. ,
MHtV^V011^
MILTON A, FRiprm...
1023 Seybold iMf*"
Miami, Florida 8
5/26 6/2-9-16
WALTE^-H,,B^'T;
Plaintiff. v
BftffW
New York
lou ifte h*reby notifM i
for divorce has been L
you as above aiyfcl m
hereby required to InS
your answer to th* Bill,
on Plaintiff. sShS
the original an8wr Si
before the 19th dav of
otherwise a dtcrw
Dated, May 12. 1S5J
B LEATK
(Circuit Court jSS "''
By: WM W
MURRAY GOODMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympia Building
Miami, Florid*
5/19-26 6'2-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
8th Street Bar at 450 N.W. 8th St..
Miami, intends to register said 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 6/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTTT
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HERKRi Oil
the undersigned, deslrinj to (,
business under the fictlutqL
Pop's Soda Br at IN Jtt
Avenue, in the City of jusssi 1
to register said naro Ma la
of the Circuit CounodsaH
Florida.
GERHARD HmVDBI
HESS1E IVELIXMS
Ml IRDECAI X. ROOT
Attorney for Apataaa
42 Lincoln Road
5/19-26 6 2-5

GLASS
FOR EVERY
PURPOSE
STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS
Furniture Tops. Boreled Mirrors and Resilraring Our Specialty
L. A G. Glass and Mirror Works
136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834
MORRIS ORUN LOUIS GERBER
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i islnea under the fictitious name f i
B. A K SERVICE STATION at 2H:-
N. W. r,ih Street. Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Clreult Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RAYMOND KHOURY
VICTOR HILOS
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorney for Raymond Khoury and
Victor Bulos
5,26 6/2-9-16
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FIX>RIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 132715.
WILLIAM KRANZ. Plaintiff, vs.
ANNA KRANZ. Defendant.
TO: ANNA KRANZ,
ISO Riverside Drive
New York, N. Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a bill of complaint for divorce
has been filed against you, and vou
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your answer to the bill of com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attomev and
. '"e original answer in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 20th day of June, 1950,
In default of which the bill of com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
sgainst you.
Dated this 12 day of Mav. 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
., PM" County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
FRANK E. SOLOMON DePU'y C'erk-
Attorney for Plaintiff
611 Blscayne Building
Miami, Florida.
5 19-26 6/2-S
Tbe GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association. Partici-
pating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
adrisM the public:
In the meat
1. To watch for the sign of the OMVH fl 1 D 3
market* before purchasing your products;
2. To watch for the ring with the insignia of the GMVH
before buying your chickens;
3. That tut GMVH endorse, ONLY FRESHLY KILLED chickens in
the live poultry markets.
For other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi
Joseph E. RackoTsky. tit Michigan Arenue. Telephone 5-3595.
HARRY SIHKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN, Sac
A. M. BEAR. Vice Pre*. S. LOBEL, Tree*.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
.v- >,..,.. DISCHARGE
IN < OI NTY .IlTMiKS COURT Iianp
IRVING C.REENBERG
Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that t
to \S& rS. E~! -'<"""" 1.V.1 ion
cutrix ,f fha''B'' HK "'"'llary exe-
J6 *"> "f June, 1960. I will apply
This 12th day of May, 1950
MYERS. HE,aN^^pSERO
6A/V90.ras'>6%,.09r ABcUta"r ^ctJrl.
'Briefcase Brigades"
are Extinct at
Pan American!
Naturally when you have banking
or financial problems, you want to
solve them quickly and efficiently.
You want to eliminate needless
conferences... endless talks with
"briefcase brigadiers".
We believe in thoroughness, of course-
but we also believe in smooth efficiency
that eliminates unnecessary delays.
One reason why we are able to
offer you the kind of service you want
is the fact that the officers of your
locally owned and operated Pan
American Bank, are delegated with
full authority to act immediately
without further consultation.
So, if your financial or banking needs
are within the scope of the sound
banking principles that govern our
every transaction.. .you'll experience
no unnecessary delay no "briefcase
brigade" -- when you do business
with the Pan American Bank of Miami.
That's why we say, come in and
see us today-
a
PV
^2^.^^^j,
PRESIDENT
PAN AM
of
Banking Htmr
DA
Jf"*r*l
Pan American took suMdma
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IEMIEI fCOItAl 0l*O*IT INSUtANC^,


lY MAY 26, 1950
I LEGAL NOTICES
Itice
8V PUBLICATION
I IT CoCRT OF THE
i A I. CIRCUIT IX AND
COl'NTY, FLORIDA.
:i:V. No. 1527JO.
UEIiANTZ. PlBlntiff,
S. POMERANTZ,
Jll'i
IAI'1
AN
3 s POMERANTZ
e Avenue
Jersey
i ebj ordered and rc-
a copy of your Answer
' lomplalnt, a copy of
wed herewith, on
ii ney, and fill- the
office nf l!n- clerk of
irl "ii or before the
i June, 1950, otherwise the
...I Bill will be taken
you.
At Miami, Kl..ri.la, this l.'.th
lay. 19.*>0
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
of the Circuit Court.
.: Seal)
By: M. C. FEME.
Deputy Clerk.
EN, ESQ.,
foi I'teintlff
Id Bldg.,
a.
NOTiCE O^Appuc^Sjj
.NOTICE IbWrIS?
Ben Boskin,
GIVEN
.I...M,," ; ,v
that
^^^^^ssfiii
i in
i
numbered l.:;i
the Slat daj of Mai
"|,;l1 s"' certificate!
ami has made
invi/:';;r":"-"
Lot 16
Is
NOTICE
HBRBB* given that
notice is
the undersigned
""':''- the fietiUou"e<1 "' '",Ni-
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE FIFTEEN
NOT'C4^PSLB'eC^ION'
LEGAL NOTICE
ion
Tax
ItlCBKrc^
PORTNOT
Mla.nl0 B"ng
Miami,
NOTICE OF
riCE BV PUBLICATION
CIRCCIT Cl lURT OF THE
Uri'l'-IAI. I'lRCflT IN AND
ABE COl'NTY, FLORIDA.
lANCERY, No. 1327S1.
lA S. HENRY, I'laintiff, vs.
[HIN PA I I. HENRY,
lint.
HJAMIN PAUL HENRY
Brl Street
Missouri
l hereby ordered and'required
jopy of your Answer to the
Complaint, a copy of which
bed herewith, on Plaintiffs
'and file the original in the
'th" Clerk of the circuit Court
pf. re the 15th Day of June,
Irwise the allegations of said
pi.inpl.iint will be taken as
i ; you.
at Miami, Florida, this 16th
ay. 1950.
E, IV LEATHERMAN,
k Of the Circuit Court.
Issued was
Strntmnn.
Lota 2S
th s'"'1 certificate
the name of Frank k.
* Block B. I.in,,,v
i^^JSSjf**
Deas. ......" "Hme of Will H.
wMI.be issue.l^eYeon IS^Vgj
W i cn?rrMASTER.s SALE
IN AND For A, CIRCUIT
FLORIDA iv Vm.!1^ COUNTY.
IN HANCERY, N,
El'.li' \\.
aid .',," "';""l;....... with law.
FLORIDA "": DADE
132433.
II IE
CIRCUIT
- .. COUNTY
IN CHANCERY, No!
'ay of May,
- -.-....,. mere
n V"?' A-D' ,9S0-
A.Dat^5o!h'S 'he 3rd
StoS MSATfflatMAN,
ftajIn lrC"il Court.
-Circuit Court sdea0OU"ty' "38.
B>' N. C. STERRETT
5/5-12-19-26 6/2 Deputy Clerk.
mtmd le*tiw?,ESta5?,2 h*ijpSJ
' "? Circuit Court of^h."*Bend,W
Judicial Circuit of i.'i...L Eleventh
,K'"-" "'" "Sy; 01 May. A. I..
P,K ."/-'.^TIlKfl.VIAN,
Clerk of Clrcull Court,
(Circuit Court'^lT'5'' "'!",i":l-
By N. C. STERRETT,
S/5-12-19-26 6/2 Deputy clerk.
real Seal |
Bs
M
BEN, ESQ..
I Plaintiff
b!il Building,
. i Ida
C. FEIQE,
Deputy cicrk.
IN TH^cn.c,MPUBUCAT'N
IJS654 'HANCERY, No.
imder and K ^2" dfc.ee.
BfiUtffl
following described
of sale, the
property situate
Ce BY PUBLICATION
!!.! IT COURT (>K THE
HI DICIAL CIRCUIT
1 Mill DADE COUNTY
IN-CHANCERY, No!
Of the Clerk of the Cir, i
on ..rbef,,,,. ,,,,
'';" ''"'wlso. the ItiH
... 1,"v"1''''' heretofore
"HI be taken as eon-
ve. anna
inaj in the;^^n;i;j;:!';i':)a.
fR, I'laintiff,
l 'ufi ii.I.mt.
tXC.IiR
n
fork
HEREBY NOTIFIED
Divorc. has been tiled
entitled
' ;.'"- n> i>bj required
v,.,. .
. '" the Plaintiffs
, : ^r1'-"
. la, this U
, / l: J.i.'atherman,
:-.y. Florida'.""""1
I WM. \V. STOCKING,
fclLVER, l>e|,ut>' Clerk.
I*.- WAYNE,
i Plaintiff
Building
office
Court
June.
of Complaint
filed herein,
feaaed by you.
,..l:, ,:- LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit court,
,r>, ., I Mil.- "lintV, Fllll'illl
(Circuit Court Seal) '"
By M. c. FEIQE
Name and Addra,, of Depnty Clerk"
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
i ,''''<'X. L '"""'I'MAN,
1023 Seybold nuiidini,-
In iii n pi-ojiertv sit
fSks-,'-".-,^;.^""-'-". to-wit:
iAL,i-A.\DAl.i., according to th
Rtat thereof rooorded HatBodS
^rd?*of"Da!d3i fK
run In an Baaterly direction along
go Noutherly-line f said Lot lR
I lie SU, V S;""!"'l>- ...... of
or the aw M of the .\k\ the
' ..... '' ft. to a poln
peing the intersection ..f the' list
"".'".....ed line with the weaterfi
right o way i|f stl!,. ,.'>,
. or Federal Highway i a,
N0TAPEPLlr^^NTIN^i^~^^i
APPLICATION FOR F'NAL
IN cni'v^-,SCHAF^GE
RE: ESTATE of
irvinc, r. becker;
Deceased.
MARK 8ILVEBS^LT *
vV^Viyg Adminl""-"t'''*
N0T'CE Oh INTENTION TcTmakI
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
iv ,..._ DISCHARGE
IN C Vni-
voTi,. "' hX' deceaaed,
1,,'v Tu P ls,.'"',-l'V given that I
ror Final i'ii' '.'"" repoM ,,n" PetWon
>i Una I Discharge as EN.....,,,ix ,.f
0.0 eatate of 8ara?Rapha^'d^eaaed
and that on the 29th day of May
v V Ven M""y '" ,h" Honorable
,;.',\.''" ''".", County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
polni, said ,,it; final rVporl andfir flnaniaehargeai
stale of Sarah
'' i- <- Hill Avenue '
Yonkers; \. u v,u.
, "f-V:l,; REL'IRED to serve a
uupj oi your answ.r to ih.. i.iu nr
"S'd-'%?u c"*--^
DATED this 2 day f Mac. |,.
B. Ii. I.i:\TIIKItMAN,
(Circuit cSurtksI,)lh,i '',""u 'Vl:t-
By \v.\i. w. STOCKINQ
EMANUEL l.HYKXs(,v"","ly Ctartt
Attorney for I'laintiff, '
'',',' 'l-a.Mi,. miihlitiB,
Miami 32. Florida.
'/.-12-19-26_________^_
iv -.mP.T108 BY PUBLICATION
BJ l' vrv-V}'.''IT,!'"'',!T OF TB
rtl' ,y,KN H JUDICIAL CIRCCIT
ery^nI: iSSS"0*^ CHAXc-
SM^taSsr1 m moses
TO: MB. MOSES SLOTZ
R. I>. No. 1
Bog 275
Wept Albany, New York
a in A,K!': HEREBY NOTIFED th.it
h,, tilli ""!""."" f,,r "iv""- ha!
Men filed agafnat you, and you are
hereby required to serve a copv of
joui Answer to the Bill of Comnhiint
TO the pla ntlffs attorney, and file
rh*. "'"! Answer In the office of
lha Clerk of the Circuit Court on of
before the 29th day of May I95i ff
wllf Sf &?!?* thJ B,U <^Co2p|#lnt
i ov,-ak''".as '""''^''i agalnai vou.
i,iy ,! a.nd ORDERED at Mia-hil,
Vplii, i':"!)'1*'' ,l,la' Uli" -M" ll:l>''
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
/m- i. .' I,'l'k "f ""-' Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. w. STOCKINQ
LEO SHEINER Ue"uty ,'lcrk-
Attorney for I'laintiff
[204-05 I'aeifie liuilding
Miami .12, Floridii
I'hone: vu' -71174
5/5-12-19-26
NOTICE
P'i'1.1
iStiPdSSS """^ hat
">1 \ ,- ric.tUj2S" na|T>e of
. I"1 Michigan
.,. ^eh. Dade County,
. ; r"f'ter said name
...'^.'.rcult Court
fep ;1',:i,:-,,|,pty
{ M T,.vT-:TIWR. ,N'C
t BRENNE0ROMBR" I,res-
Applicant
Road
Florida.
In. d
m!RLAFvVCT'T,OUS
I'ljUKUV .;i\-i.;.v lha,
.l-rii.K to engage in
flctltloua name of
IV t^,T, C,E TO CREDITORS
JH.lPl NTV JI'IXJES COI-RT
^mnn'l P0R, DADE COUNTY:
24V44 "" IN PBOBATE, .No!
In Re: ESTATE OF
ARTHI-R WEIL,
Deceaaed.
To All Crodltors and All Persons Hav-
Safd Estate: '" 1"n",n"S *****
Jrm,J"nrtJt"a<'h ,of you- are hereby
notified ,,d required to present an-
cairns and demands which vou, or
either of you, may have against the
eatat* of Arthur Weil, deceased, laVe
w ia,lS,( .u"tv- Fll"-'da, to the Hon.
;:,.n,an'"": County Judge of Dade
in !i ?."d file 'e same I" his office
Pm.i,,1 Si'Uniy Courthouse In Dado
"&' *lor'd.-i. within eight calendar
s,i fro?' thp ,la,e of the first
publication hereof. Said claims .or de-
mands to contain the legal address
or tho claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
Tail n" bar,re 1933 Probate Act.
Date May A.D. I!I50.
FRED R. HERCHER,
As Administrator of the Estate of
Arthur Well. Deceased.
MYERS, 11 El.max & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator.
./12-19-26 6/2
No
No. 1, then,., run i
eaaterly direction d.-n.
d. t-iees, 28 minutes, n
to th,. lefl along the
line of said Stale Road
distance of g.K ft. t,,
north-
1 ling fS
s......nils
westerly
No. 4, a
point,
the
, S*5KW a{
*; n-.?AR.VBERT
^ELL, ESQS.
Florida
1:
Fh n c,';t,t of the
l>'\ IV I v'AH, CIRCUIT
CHANCERY, No.
^"SSJ?" JODOVICH.
'HILIP JODOVICH.
r ineii that Rill f
ln'vorce;ha. bee^'f|,"'
"Kv of5,"?^ quired
Jhe Bill i?u Answer or
In the nffP Kl1aI Answer
It i-" ?fflee of the Clerk
" ne? ,ii,on ,r hefore the
..nt' L"?0-, 7 Vou fall to
<" of May, A.D!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TDK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR HADE Coi'XTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
132623.
EVE ROMERO LEVY. Plaintiff, vs.
GILBERT LEVY, Defendant.
TO: GILBERT LEVY
100 Woodruff Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill for Divorce has been filed
against you In the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required to
serye a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before June 9th, 1950.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 9
day of May, A.D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and
for Dade Countv, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
PALLOT. SILVER, TATHAM
& WAYNE
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1214-19 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
5/12-19-28 6/2
1:
Dad. ,Clrcul' Court.
*.!,!, Co"nty, Florida
PVU w. STOCKING.
TER Deputy Clerk,
uildlng
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flotitious name of
ASBURY APARTMENTS at 541 S.W.
4th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
GEORGE STONE
LILLIE STONE
LOUIS STONE
SARAH K. STONE
ELRY STONE
1010 Congress Building. Miami, Fla.
Attorney for GEORGE STONE,
LILLIE STONE, LOUIS STONE
and SARAH K. STONE
-"-"
Bald point being the Interaectiori
i/, Me8t!rly '.,n '' "Id State
Road No. 4, with the weaterly
line of Lot i or the eaaterly Una
of Lot 8, Block ::, HALLANDALE
h"',VV"ri"lom'"- tneno continue
in a northeasterly direction along
the last mention.....ourse pro"
luccd Northeasterly along the
westerly line of said State Road
Wkv rwi SSSlbSd in R'ght-of-
Waj Deed recorded in Deed Book
..... Page 84, Public Records of
,.i'!/-<-"u',t>;-_ *''"''*. a distance
OT84.(15 f to the point of beginning
of the tract of land herein de-
scribed; from said point of be-
ginning continue northeasterly
along the last mentioned course
produced Northeasterly along the
Weaterly line of said state Road
NO. 4, a distance of 100 rt. to a
IMiim. thence run westerly along
a line deflecting to the left 114
degrees, 31 minutes, 49 seconds
r'",Ki'f'",ib,''1"1'' parallel to and
181.848 ft. distant northerly from
the south line of said Lota .1 and
4, Block 3, HALLANDALE, a
distance of 750.39 ft. to a point,
said point being on the westerly
line of said Lot :;, Block .1
HALLANDALE, thence run south-
erly along a line deflecting 81
degrees 13 minutes, n.i second!
to the left along the westerly lino
of said lxit 3, Block :i; a distance
of 81.0 ft. to a point, thence run
easterly along a line deflecting to
the left s.s degrees. 46 minutes,
.i7 seionds. a Ions; a Una parallel
to and 80.874 ft. distant northerly
front the south line of said Lots
3 and 4, Block .!, HALLANDALE.
a distance of 706.93 ft. to the
point of beginning of the tract ot
land herein described, containing
1.S2 acres, more or less:
SECOND TRACT:
Being a portion of the Southwest
Quarter (SWV) of the Northeast
Quarter Quarter (NW/4) and the Southeast
Quarter (SE'4) of the Northeast
Quarter (NEV,) of the Northwest
Quarter INW/,1 of Section 34,
Township :.l .South, Range 42 East,
Dade County, Florida, described
as follows:
Beginning at a point on the
West line of said SWVi of NEVi
of NWU located IS2.00 feet North
of the Southwest corner of said
SW!4 thence run easterly parallel
to and 181.948 feet North of the
South line of said SWS and 8EU,
750.39 feet to the Westerly Right-
of-way line of Federal Highway
U. S. No. 1; thence run North-
easterly along said Rlght-ofWav
100.00 feet; thence run Westerly-
parallel to and 272.922 feet North
of the South line of said SW',4
and SEli 793.84 feet to the said
West line of SVW,; thence Run
southerly along said West line
91.00 feet to the point of be-
ginning. Containing 1.6 acres, more
or less.
The said property as aforesaid, to-
gether with all the tenements,
herltaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging, or In anywise
appertaining, being sold subject
all liens of record, to
decree.
DATED this 12th daj1 of May, A. D.
1950.
AMOS BENJAMIN,
Special Master in Chancery.
ALFRED KREISI.ER '
Solicitor for Plaintiffs
1009 Pan American Bank Building
Miami, Florida
Executrix of ti
Raphael, deceased.
This 3rd day of May, lion
.. HELEN A. LYONS.
Executrix pf the Estate of Sarah
,,,. 'v'"'1 a- I. deceased.
m I3RS, IIKI.man & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
r 5-12-1B 26
IV PHVT'I& ^PUBLICATION
,.,1,1.1,1.'-...1 "" COURT OF THE
V Vvo'V- JUDICIAL CRCUIT
MouW ": "Al"': COUNTY,
132 tin?-F ~ ,N CHANCERY, .No.
SAMUEL '.). FELD, I'laintiff, vs.
ROSE KKi.ii. Defendant
TO: ROSE FELD,
133-30 Liurelton Parkway,
Liurelton, Long Island.
New York.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED a Bill of
Complaint for divorce has been filed
against you in the above cause, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer on the plaintiffs attorney
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 31st day of May, 1850;
otherwise the allegations of said Bili
of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
-May 2nd," 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAX,
, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court .Seal)
By: C. R. WILSON.
JACK A. ABBOTT. ^"^ ^^
Attorney for Plaintiff,
827 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida,
' .".-12-19-26
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
,'.'!,,V;;^' i""1'1' 'he fictitious name of
1 HEF FOODS at 8817 N.W. 71,
Avenue, Miami, intends to register
said name n in, the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit court ..1 Dade Countv, Florida
GOLD-RICH CORPORATION
By a..dr.y Esther Uoldfinger
\ Ice 1'resident
5/5-12-19-26 1; 8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
[ tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SIN CITY VINTNERS, at S80 N.W
ISth Street. Miami. Florida, and at
12240 N B, 13th Court, Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with tho
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
HAROLD F, COYLE
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
MARION FR EH LING
-MICHAEL BLA'NK
JEROME BUVNK
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorne\s for Applicants
5/5-12-18-tt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT ('Ol'HT OF THE
ELEVENTH JCDICIAL CIRCCIT
OF FLORIDA, IN A.ND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
MAX s' LEVIN. Plaintiff, vs. SARA
K. LEVIN, Defendant.
TO: SARA K. LEVIN
c/0 -Mrs. Rlva Cordero
26 East Mosholu Parkway
Apartment 2-D.,
Bronx, New York.
You. SARA K. LEVIN, are hereby-
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been, filed against vou,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
Attorneys, Genet & 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 fall to do so, judgment by
default will he taken against you for
tho relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In the Jewish Florldlan.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3 day of May, A.D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court. ,
//>. .. ~ Dade Ct>unty. Florlda.
(Clrcult Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
GENET & GE.NET D8PUty C'6rk-
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for I'laintiff
5/5-12-19-M
NOTICE DF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JCIH1E-S COCRT. DADE
COUNTY, FI/IRIDA.No. 22124,
RE: ESTATE OF
SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND,
I leceascd.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Ancillary Ad-
ministrator, C.T.A. of the estate of
SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, deceased:
and that on the 2:1 day of May. 19r,0
will apply to the Honorable W. K
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A.
of the Will of SHIRLEY L. DE
ARMOND, deceased.
This asth day of April, 1950.
,,,., MAX R. SILVER.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator, C.T.A,
5/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIYEN that
the undersigned, desiring to.engage in
business under the fictitious nalne of
MARLIN EQUIPMENT CO. (not inc.)
at 2011 Calais Drive, Miami Beach.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BERNARD RODIN'S
MARY H. RODINS
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fia.
5/5-12-19-26
.'ii.eiii. ri.-lll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
to ^ho undersigned, desiring to engage In
satisfy said business under the fictitious name of
Johannes' Tailors & Dry Cleaners at
1110 West Flagler Street, Miami,
I lorlda, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
NATHAN ABRAMOWITZ
Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Florldlan so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate rout
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