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The Jewish Floridian ( June 2, 1950 )

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fewiislbJElliDiriidliiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 23—NUMBER 22 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS ^Submits New Jerusalem FliDiSSa^ D SA 1 S2 lieved that all these matters should be brought under direct United Nations responsibility. The main lines of the plan proposed by the Israel government follow: (a) A statute should be adopted whereby the rights of the United Nations in respect of the Holy Places in Jerusalem would be derived directly from the General Assembly and accepted by all parties concerned. The authority of the United Nations in the Holy Places would thus take statutory form and not depend upon a contractual agreement, as in the Israel pian submitted to the Fourth Session. (b) There should be appointed a United Nations representative, or such other organ as may be found appropriate, for the discharge on behalf of the United .Nations of the functions prescribed regarding the Holy Places in Jerusalem. This representative or organ should constitute an independent authority deriving its powers (Continued on Page 4) tails of a plan for doubling the city's population within the next four to five years and extending its area from the present 30,000 [SUCCESS—In a new plan for solving the Jerusalem the Government of Israel today proposed that the | Jerusalem Hears Plans hions adopt and implement a statute empowennq a v. n i i i • Cons authority to take effective control of Jerusalem's! T Double Population fs and all other relate d matters of u n iversal religious | JElSSL^hZfii Jial memorandum sublAubrey S. Eban, perlresentative of Israel to n Nations, to Roger lesident of the Trusteelil, the Israel governjted the statute drawn Trusteeship Council in the grounds that "the J the people of JeruIdispensable to the efIctioning of the city's and that "religious ot be secured by polipssion." [lg its desire to rescue bjectives of the United Jerusalem from the statue, the Israel govroposed a simple and Iternative. Bel government emhat "the preservation Places; the assurance j of access and pilgrimbeaceful settlement of lisputes; the maintenfsting rights under insanction and the uniursuit of religious life fters of recognized inconcern." Israel beOpposition To Developing Arms Race TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The Govan end to the discrimination ernment of Israel is satisfied with J hitherto practiced in the shipment the opposition displayed by the' of arms and war supplies to American. British and French > Middle East countries, governments against the develop, The Israel government notes ment of an arms race in the i with particular satisfaction, the Middle East, an Israel Foreign I spokesman continued, that the Ministry spokesman declared. He i joint declaration asserts unalter„J,000 was cornmen ting on the Big Three i able opposition to the use of force SiRhD JK£ STBj^Statement announcing that arms j or the threat of force in the slums. deliveries to the Middle East are 1 Middle East. He emphasized that The population of the New City i conditional upon the assurance the government seizes this opof Jerusalem has reached 110,000, representing an increase of 30.000 in the past year, it was revealed here. During the same period 200 industrial plants and workshops were established, providing employment for 10,000 workers. The amount of capital invested in Jerusalem industries in the past year reached some S4,200.000. The Israel government appropriated $840,000 for expanding the that the purchasing state does not intend to undertake aggressive action against any other state. "The fact that arms and war materiel have hitherto been supplied to states which did not cease to threaten a renewal of the war against Israel and which to this day obstinately refuse to make peace still remains a source of grave concern." the Israel spokescontinued. He voiced the portunity to reassert its desire for a final peace settlement with the Arab states and once again repeats its invitation to each and every Arab state to enter into immediate negotiations for such a settlement. It is the unalterable policy of Israel to promote security, friendship and cooperation in its relations with all of her neighbors for prosperity and stability in the Middle East and for peace among man water supply for Jerusalem and I Jewish state's interpretation of. ivnuuie r.a=>i a.. u ^ *""** ""'""" settlements in the Jerusalem cor\ the joint American British -1 all nations, the spokesman conridor sector. French declaration as signi fying eluded Big Three Agree To Supply Arms To Israel, Arab States Ward, Dr. Sanders Named nding Citizens Off 1949 president of the Dade County Bar Association, who announced the names of the two winners at Sunday evening's rally. Miss Ward received the honor for "her generous contribution to the welfare of the community's youth." Dr. Sanders was honored for "his distinguished achievements in the field of medicine, especially his part as one of ly Ward, director of Daily News Youth I and Dr. Murray earch professor of the [of Miami, were se|the outstanding man of 1949 in a mamptic rally at Bayfront ihell Sunday evening. \g cups were presented I M. Lipton, president Federal Savings and the c.-discover.: of the drug. Iiation and sponsor of aureo.iiy. In. _„., Con*:es.......elei.' William |d for the title of outLantaff was principal speaker of >men were Mrs. Louis | the evening and County Commas. John Kronenfeld. I sioner Jesse Yai borough was master of ceremonits. lr.e invocation and benediction were given by the Rev. George H. Ricks, pastor of the Miami Shores Presbyterian Church. A musical program was provided by Caesar LaMonca and his band while the vocalizing was done by Tenor Robert Barry. Chairman of the Outstanding Citizens' Awards Committee was Louis Snetman, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Working with Snetman were Sanford Swerdlin, Marvin Rauzin and Marx Faber. la Weiss, Mrs. Laura A. W. Scott, Mrs. 6r, Mrs. T. T. Stevens, arns Hicks, Mrs. Rusand Miss Ward. for the men were hdman, Rabbi Max kavid Rabinowitz, E. Jot, Jack Bell, Jack |ice Officer Bill Voges, Karl E. Engel, Frank William Imand, Dr. phe and Dr. Sanders, of the judges' cornJohn H. Wahl, Jr., WASHINGTON, (JTA)—President Truman today announced that a major agreement has been reached between the United States, Britain and France with regard to the question of supplying arms and war material to the Arab states and Israel on the basis of their needs to maintain a certain level of armed forces for the purpose of assuring their internal security and their legitimate self-defense. The possibility that they may play a part in the defense of the Middle Eastern area as a whole was also taken into consideration. The text of the agreement, which was made public Thursday simultaneously in Washington, London and Paris, was handed over this morning by the State Department separately to the diplomatic representatives of the Arab states and to Israel Ambassador Eliahu Elath. In announcing the agreement at his press conference today, President Truman said: "The participation of the Unitea States government in the declaration emphasizes this country's desire to promote the maintenance of peace in the Near East. It is the belief of the United States government that the declaration will stimulate, in the Arab countries and Israel, increased confidence in future security, thus accelerating the progress now being made in the Near East and contributing toward the wellbeing of the peoples there. Top-level government officials, commenting on the AmericanBritish-French declaration, said that there is every evidence that the document will be well rekt.ianding man and woman of 1949. Dr. Murray Sander. >ofessor of the University of Miami (ascend fron,>UJ [Betty Ward, editor of the Miam D^JKJSS Vag. (third from toft), are shown with "oph.'s PWMMJO b Joseph M. Lipton. praaidant f+£~£J LouU W Loan Association, and sponsor of the ms T ZT :haixm.n of the Outstanding Citizens' **"%; d by Shotom Lodg.. B'nai B'rith. ia pictured to we I Sanders. JNF Flower Days Annual Jewish National Fund Flower Days will be held on June 3. 4. 5. according to Daniel M. Broad, chairman of the event. At that time volunteer workers will cover the streets of Greater Miami with Jewish National Fund Blue Boxes. Organizations which will participate in the Flower Days include Pioneer Women Organizations, Mizrachi Women Organizations; Zionist Organization of America, Young Zionist Districts, Senior Hadassah Groups, Junior Hadassah Groups and the Jewish National Worker's Alliance. ceived by Israel and the Arab i ment is completely satisfied that states. They pointed out that the I there is no threat to peace in the U S government does not expect Middle East and that none of the the three-power agreement to restates in that area has aggressive suit in an increase of activity in | intentions, nor is any state now the arms race between Israel and j in a position to launch effective the Arab countries. They also exaggressive warfare, pressed the hope that the agreeI Sources close to the state Dement will encourage Arab-Israel'partment's Munitions Export Connegotiations for peace treaties trol Section insisted today that through the U.N. Palestine Cont Israel has submitted a list ot ciliation Commission. arms she wishes to buy and that American diplomats hailed the the arms, with some exceptions, agreement as an indication that have been generally approved, the three powers will act together | The quantity Israel has received on Middle East policy. An apI here was said to be considerable, paratus for the exchange of inalthough it was added that the formation among the three powers ] total arms shipments to the Midon the arms situation in the! die East were of insignificant Middle East and shipments to that proportions. Only arms commeraiea has been created, they ^dally available are being licensed vealed They also revealed that for sale by the United States. Jet Congressional leaders were conplanes, however, are considered suited by the State Department in this category, it was indicated, before the three-powers aeciara! It was also revealed here that Uon was drawn up. the U. S. government stipulated State Department officials emthat the joint American-Br.tishDhastzed the fact that Israel has French declaration should have no SS more American muni-. bearing on the State Depar tions than the Arab states. They I merit's consideration of Jany paralso insist that the U. S. govern(Continued irom Page 1, Text Off Big Three Agreement WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Following is the text of the joint statement issued on the American-British-French agreement on arms to Middle East countries: "The governments of the United Kingdom. France and the United States, having had occasion during, the recent Fore gn Ministers' meeting in London to review certain questions affecting the peace and stability of the Arab states and of Israel, and Particularly that of the supply of arms and war material to these states have resolved to make the following statement: states nave^ ^^ governme nts recognize that the Arab states and Israel all need to maintain a certain level of armed forces for th f purpose of assuring their internal security ^d their legitimate self-defense and to permit them to play their part in the defense of the area as a whole. All applications for arms or war materials for these countries will be considered in the light of these Principles. In this connection the three governments w.sh to recall £ol reaffirm the terms of the statements made by their representatives on the Security Council on August 4. 1949 in which they declared their opposition to the development of an arms race between the Arab states and Israel. "2 The three governments declare that assurances have been received from all the states in question, to which they permit arms to be supplied from their countries, that the purchasing state aoes not intend to undertake any act of aggression against any other state. Similar assurances will be requested for any other tate in the area to which they permit arms to. be supplied in the future. m .f, dre The three governments take this opportunity of declaring their deep interest in and their desire to promote the establishment ^maintenance of peace and stability in the area and heir unalterable opposition to the use of force or threat of force between any of the states in that area. The three governments should they find that any of these states are preparing to violate frontiers or armistice lines, would, consistently with their obligations as members of the United Nations, immediately take action both within and outside the United Nations, to prevent such violation." t I :> I.



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PAGE TWO fJewisJh ncridltori I %  %  :-• %  \ -: Baccalaureate Service Baccalaureate services for the Jewish graduates of Miami High School will be held at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Sunday. June •1. at 8 p.m. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, head of the state rabbinical group. will offer the invocation and greet the guests. The baccalaureate sermon will be delivered by Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of the congregation. Cantor Berele Kelemer will provide the musical portion of the program. Federation Executive Committee Chosen By Board Of Governors The board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 1 its first meeting on Tuesday ::.-.nt at Federation headquarters At that time members of th" executive committee were elected They include Sam Blank. Joseph Duntov. Irving Frankel. San; Fiiedlar.d. Mrs. Louis Glasser, Leon Kaplan. M. J. Kopelowitz, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Sam Lachmpn, Sidney Lefcourt. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Judge Harold B. Spaet, Joseph R. Stein, Car! Weinkle and Dr. M. J. Glick. Federation officers and chairmen of standing committees automatically become members of the executive unit. Committee chairman appointed by William D. Singer. Federation president, include Dr. Morris Goodman, Howard Kane. Aaron M. Kanner, Max Meisel, Stanley C. Myers and Col. Elry Stone. Also named at the meeting were members of the budget committee. New members of the group include Sidney Ansin. Harry Blumin. Leon Ell. Julius Gaines. William Kneapler, Ehiel LesowadieT, I. L. Mintzer, Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Harold Ungerfeider, Ira Walsey and Mrs. Simon Wolff. Re-elected were Leo Chaikin. George Chertkof, Milton A: Friedman. Ben Gillcr. Mrs. Abe Goodman. Emil J. Gould. M. J. Kopelowitz. Laurence L* venson, Henry Wolff and Irving Cypen. Singer was instructed by the i to appoint a committee to y organizational membership in Federation. Sidney Lefcourt. retiring chair! the budge: commit!! e, announced that a sub-committee of %  ::t has been conferring with iry agencies with a :ing allocation cuts by the Federation's re to mi ial. In tinabsence of Campaign man Dan B. Ruskin. Morris H;iflasKSi!i Seat Mars. I'llBl tO Altholz Klass. executive director of Federation, reported that approximately SI.200.000 has been pledged to date and that $50,000 more is expected before the close of the year. Immediately following the board meeting, the newly elected executive committee met briefly to discuss the personnel code. KINDERGARTEN THRU HIGH SCHOOL — COED Inquiries invited for 1950-51 Situated on two acre waterfront estate w.th 75 foot swimming pool utdoor study—Established reputation for achieving high scholastic standards and character development College preparatory — General Commercial Dramatic and Art Courses. Graduates attending lead. ing Colleges. Credits accepted in Northern schools. Returning After Year Of Study At Sorbonne Alan Baskin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baskin. 1301 S.W. 21st Ave„ will arrive in New York aboard the He de France on Tuesday, June 6. The young man, who hasspent the past year studying at Sorbonne University in Paris, is expected ; in Miami the following week During his stay abroad, he visited England. Italy. Switzerland and Austria. In France, he made a film for MGM Studios. A former student of the University of Miami. Baskin is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. Kraye. guest solist, will be accompanied by Mme. Olga Bibor Stern at the piano. Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein is chairman of arrangements, with Mrs. Starr co-chairman. Mrs. Jacob Davis is in charge of reservations and Mrs. Lillian Schwartz will serve as chairman of the hostess committee. •. J^W-IUNEZ, COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WOR KE R S s ACE Bggn 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph 2 76 „ Baskin &*Oi SCHOOL 5 1010 West Ave Miami Beach Phone 5-0606 ll-ilass;ili IVlrs llonMicc >liiH/<-r A surprise farewell party for | Florence Mintzer was given Saturday evening by the Miami I Beach Business and Professional group of Hadassah at the home of Lillian and Esther Goodman. Miss Mintzer has served as treasurer for the group and is now leaving for New York to make her home. She will be accompanied by her sister, Anne, who will be married in New York. —Ardmore Mrs. Isabelle Altholz Mrs. Isabelle Altholz will be installed as president of Henrietta Szold Hadassah Group following a luncheon at the Shore Club Hotel, on Tuesday, June 6, at 12 noon. Active in the Hadassah movement for the past twenty years, Mrs. Altholz is organizer and past president of the Laurclton, Long Island, chapter of Hadassah and organizer of the business and professional group of Hadassah in that city. A director in the Long Island region of the national organization, she has been a resident of Miami Beach for the past four years. Others installed will be the Mi sdames Barnet Beckerman, jBeulah Davis. Joseph Press. Han y G. Rogers and John Starr as vice presidents; Mrs. David Slovak, treasurer: Mrs. Harry B. Rogers, financial secretary; Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. recording secretary: Mrs. William M. Smith, corre] iponding secretary. Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be installing officer. Miss Ruth Anne You €au Now Knjov Night Swimming TOWN AND BEACH CLUB Lincoln Road on the Ocean Cabanas and Lockers Available Free Parking Every Friday Night Throughout the Summer TRADITIONAL DINNER WITH Sacramental Wim Summer Prices With No Curtailment Of Our Famed Quality and Service TELEPHONE: 58-7881 IkWc ON THE OCEAN AT SEVENTEENTH • % %  • • %  \ mffiee More than half a century of experience in meeting Jewish religious requirements assures the perfection of every detail of our service to the Jewish family. 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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 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 tfauretania for Europe on Tuesday. The Charleston Jewish community, one of the oldest in America, is celebrating its 200th birthday. Actually, Jews were known in the colony half a century earlier; but their Synagogue was not organized until about 1750. It is gratifying to read the tolerant English philosopher John Locke, who drew u p the Constitution for the proposed Carolina colony and recommended the inclusion of "heathens, Jews, a nd other dissenters" among the colonists. This was a wide departure from the religious bigotry that closed the mind of Europe in the 17th century. Personalities Oddly enough the Charleston community during Revolutionary times excelled New York in numbers, in prestige, in personalities. The golden age of Charleston Jewry flowered forth between the Revolution and Civil war. Its personalities came near monopolizing the Who's Who of early American Jewry. The list is long and distinguished. The patriot Francis Salvador met death on the battle field several weeks after the Declaration of Independence was signed. Moses Lindo brought indigo, which increased the wealth of the colony. Isaac Harby, writer and playwright, corresponded with Jefferson and started Reform Judaism in the Western world. Judah P. Benjamin spent his childhood in Charleston, although he achieved vast fame in the U. S. Senate and Confederate Cabinet while a resident of New Orleans. Penina Moise, the blind poetess, wrote hymns which are still sung in Synagogal liturgy. The list can go on and on. Suffice to say that during ante bellum days, almost every American city felt the impact of Charleston Jewry. Their sons traversed the great wild West in covered wagons and built new homes as far as California during the '49 gold rush. They made their mark on Jewish and Gentile life wherever they settled. *Jewisli n-cridHcur PAGE THREE The 200th Anniversary Of Charleston Jewry By HARRY SIMONHOFF Spanish-Portugese The early community was largely, though not exclusively, Sephardic in origin. These proud descendants of the Marannos suffered from the defects of their qualities. Orthodox in religion, conservative in politics, snobbish in social intercourse, castebound to the point of inflexibility, they became a stratafied, mummified society. The scions of Spanish-Portuguese Jewry would no more think of marrying an immi*2v u rom Gerrnan .V than entering into wedlock with their African slaves. Consequently, they were doomed to extinction. Tombstones in the cemetery on Coming Street are almost the sole reminders of the exclusive, hidebound, Sephardic Jews, with wealth, manners, and culture, who congealed into a petrified society, in the midst of an expanding Jewish and Christian population. Immigrants From Germany The Jewish communities in most American cities were founded by the Germans who arrived after the unsuccessful Revolution of 1848. But in Charleston, they found the pattern of the community and its institutions already set. Besides, the newcomers were not equipped with education or manners to match the cultivated, long established settlers, who had made an easy adjustment with the society formed by the slave owning aristocracy. More at home in their own Ashkenazic synagogue, they were satisfied to occupy a secondardy place until the Portuguese hegemony was broken by the Civil War. The German element then supplanted them and assumed the dominating lead until after the First World War. The Ostjuden The Third Aliyah to Charleston began with the largest migration in the long record of Jewish migrations. They came from Russia after the Czars let loose the May Laws and bloody pogroms. But the sons of Bavarian cattle dealers or peddlers out of Posen were now able to treat the pious bearded i : Ostjuden with the disdain they met from the Spanish Grandees. For half a century the German and Russian groups lived in worlds apart, separated by walls of Reform and Orthodoxy. Suddenly the segregation ceased. After World War I, the well to do, smug membership of the Hazel Street Temple collapsed. The ownership of the best stores in the city changed hands or disappeared. But the immigrant generation, still at home in the rather uncouth Yiddish of Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania or Galicia, suddenly emerged from a proletariat into a bourgeoisie. The Community Today The tourist would like to find current evidences of a romantic past. But here the quest would b<* rather disappointing. A Spanish surname is relatively as rare as in New York or Philadelphia, the former bastions of Sephardism. Relics of the German state are almost as rare. In a city noted half a century ago for ultra-orthodoxy, only six stores are still closed on the Sabbath. One never encounters a dignified flowing beard as in former days. Organized group life is prosaic as in any community from Wilmington to Seattle. The same United Jewish Appeals, the same sisterhoods, the same gradual obliterating af differences between the three forms of American Judaism. On Shavuos, the Temple confirmed three girls and one boy. Everyone paid lip service to the 200th^i anniversary of the congregation. Yet the ceremony "1 differed little from any other confirmation in the land. One hungered for some peculiar twist, for • some ancient minhag, even some archaic localism 1 that would recapture the eclat of bygone days. But • the choir sang commonplace hymns in English, one to i the hackneyed tune of Adeste Fidelis. Their lack of ; distinction may not be proof of decay; yet the visitor ) : sensed stagnation. i A disturbing thought obtruded: Will the traveller i 100 years hence find it as difficult to find the j descendants of immigrants out of Wilna, Warsaw, j Kiev, or Cracow as it is today to trace the scions of refugees from Portugal or Germany? V Florida ZOA Convention Votes To Set Up State Organization Florida leaders of the Zionist Organization of America, meeting here in convention Sunday, voted to set up a state organization, with a view toward establishing an independent region. Elected to lead the group were president, I. R. Goodman, Miami Beach; vice presidents, Herman Siegal, Miami, Sidney C. Gluckman, Daytona Beach, Max Dubin, Jacksonville. Burnett Roth, Miami Beach; Secretary, Murray Goodman, Miami Beach: treasurer, Alex Van Straaten. Miami Beach. S. A, Goodman of Miami Beach was elected chairman of the board. Other members of the board are Daniel Broad, Miami : Carl Altman, Lake Worth; Melvin Richardson, Miami Beach; Dr. Joseph Feldman, Palm Beach; G ge Miller, Orlando; Sam n sterman, Miami Beach; Arthur Pariser, Orlando; Max Weiss. DeNorman Lyons, Coral 1 s; Rabbi Leon Kornish, Miami Beach; Gilbert Rappaport, Miami Beach; Philip Bork, Jacksonville: Rabbi Isadore H. Shoulson, Miami; M. Aaron, Miami; Florence Abramson, Miami Beach; H. Kout Heads Chicago Club Hylan H. Kout, reelected president of the Chicago Club of Greater Miami, was installed Sunday during ceremonies in the Saxony Hotel at 8:15 p.m. Other officers of the unit, elected at a recent meeting, include: Mrs. Jeannette Schwartz, first vice president; Meyer Freidman, second vice president; Dr Maurice I. Edelman, third vice President; Max A. Schwartz, treasurer; Mrs. Faye Tupler, financial secretary; Mrs. Ann Ball, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Shirley Alperstein, recording secretary. Simon Seiden, Miami; Dave Goodwin, Miami Beach; Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach. Dr. Sidney Marks of New York, executive director of the ZOA and Ben R. Winick, president of the Southeastern region, were guest speakers at the all-day conference. Winners Named Winners for the week in the Miami Jewish Community Center Women's Bowling League were Alice Wilson of the "Kinks" team with high set of 310 and Lee Berkowitz of the "Pinbusters"' with individual high game of 112. Lyons To Give Report Norman R. Lyons, president of Coral Gables Zionist District, will head a list of speakers to be heard on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour over radio station WTTT on Sunday, June 4, between 10 and 11 a.m. Lyons will report on the recent Florida Zionist convention held at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach. WIDOW VERY LONESOME 47, good income, would like to become acquainted with single gentleman or widower. Age not important. Write Mrs. B.. Box 2973. Miami 18. 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PAGE FOUR %  >Jtnist fkridiar FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1950 f EDITORIAL Hi mult is I nim silif "< At the conclusion of its second Annual Conmjcation and of its second academic year, kandeis University may review with,pride and gratification the events and accomplishments of its first two years as an institution of higher learning. Still in its infant stages, the Jewishsponsored, nonsectarian university already has made it name synonymous with the highest educational standards within the pattern of cur democracy. In its two-year-old history Brandeis University, and through Brandeis, the national Jewish community which founded and nurtured it, have made impressive and enviable contributions not only in academic circles, but, more significantly, vrithir the broader field of our cultural heritage. Men and women from every part cf the nation have flocked to the support of Brandeis, forginq the foster "alumni" groups — the National Women's Committee and the Brandeis University Associates. Others, interested in promoting Biandeis University as a music center, have formed the Friends of the School of Music, while still another gToup, the Brandeis Athletic Association, has undertaken the task of furthering the intercollegiate athletic program, to be launched in the fall. Additional attestations to the faith of the Jewish community in the university as a core at cultural activities are the numerous scholarships, chairs, and gifts bestowed on Brandeis by groups and individuals throughout the United States. Along with its educationul and cultural development, moreover, the university is expanding physically to meet the demands of its high | -j_J^M^Jf~ w JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTERS KL,P GROWING INSTITUTION— standards. The first Master Plan dormitories are already under construction and will be ready for use in the fall, when the third freshman class will be enrolled. Additions have been made to Your Future Everyone has his own private little idea what he'd like to have in his future It might, for instance, include a trip abroad an addition to the house—the chance to put tiT boy through college or—well, you name it After you've named it, why not set aha,,, getting it? Here's how ab0ul Start right now during the Independence Dr : v e to purchase U. S. Savings Bonds regularly Do it either through the Bond-A-Month Plan at your bank or the Payroll Savings Plan through you, employer. In both cases, it's all dona for you automatically. All you do is allow your money to be put into Bonds and at the end of 10 years you get four b ; o dollars for every three you originally invested There is no surer way to save your money there is no safer investment! Sign up today—and stand by 10 years from now for the loudest and happiest financial "report" you've ever heard! the faculty in order to maintain the ideally low student-faculty ratio. As the first corporate contribution of American Jewry to the world of higher learning, Brandeis University looks forward with confidence to fulfilling the hopes of those who have fostered it, and to attaining a position of diqnity and quality among the nation's great institutions cf denominational origin. And the Jewish community, on the basis of Brandeis University's record of achievement, looks forward with confidence to the early realization of those aspirations. Dr. Kaplan Heads State Rabbis During the Bar Mitzvah Con| tj-ael government for approval, ference of state rabbis held last Rig Three To Supply Arms ^Continued on Page 4) cular arms list submitted by the week in Tampa. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, dean of Florida rabbis. On the other hand, it was indicated that the U. S. will maintain a rough balance of power between Israel and the Arab I w as re-elected president for the states through the continuous thirteenth year by acclamation, exchange of information with | Rabbi Jacob Honig of the Great Britain. Hollywood Jewish Center was The general purpose of the joint : named vice president: Rabbi declaration was said here to be Morris A. Skop of the Coral d:rected toward the prevention of Gables Jewish Center, correanxiety by instilling a feeling of sponding secretary: and Rabbi arms security in both Arabs and Henry Wernik of Tampa. recordJews. Officials expressed the hope ; ing secretary. Hollywood was that the assurances voiced in the, designated as the 1951 conference declaration will pacify the Middle city with Rabbis Honig and ChapEast area, rather than stimulate \ man as conference chairmen. an arms race there. Following the welcome recepAlthough the declaration extion tendered by the host Rabbi pressed opposition to the violation j Wernik and Mrs. Wernik of of frontiers or armistice lines, it j Tampa, the rabbis met in Kallah was stressed in official circles Study session with papers and that this should not be taken to \ Talmudic Hadron presented by Rabbis Murray Grauer and Moses Mescheloff. mean that it was an actual guarantee that congressional approval would have been necessary before the U. S. government could have • participated in such an assurance. 1MMI1 Program Government officials admitted I Af na .lr Itirthflfl *that the declaration was deliberI % % %  %  %  DiriDUJ %  tely vague about just what action I Morris Nasatir will mark the Jhe U. S. might take to prevent | third anniversary of his Jewish otiolations. They emphasized that | Classical Hour with a special tt was not the intention of the ; broadcast Sunday at 12 noon. One J|eclaration to freeze existing of the highlights of the program armistice lines. is the Builders of Israel series Beach Lodge To Hold Smoker Professional night club entertainment, films and refreshments will highlight the membership smoker to be sponsored by Miami j Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Wednesday. June 7, at 8:30 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel Prospective members will be admitted free of charge and there will be no admission for members wishing to pay dues at the door, it has been announced by membership chairman Irving Shatzman. The sound film "This Is B'nai B'rith" will be shown and a short talk on the service programs of the order will be delivered bv George J. Talianoff. Committee in charge of arrangements includes Saul Genet, Harry J. Sonz and Herbert L. Markow. President Godfrey K. I Newman will welcome the newly enlisted members and report on j the recent district convention in Roanoke, Va. Israel Submits Jerusalem Plan narrated by Harold Shapiro, Mi' %  ami Beach attornev. Nasatir announces the extenfpadon Heads Hebrew Teachers, I Louis Gadon was elected presij heard on Sunday from 12 noon lent of the Hebrew Teachers Asto 1:45 p.m. and on Tuesday from ,|Dciation of Greater Miami at a 6 to 7:15 p.m. over station WINZ. afceeting of the group Saturday fright. May 20. at Kneseth Israel. | Be succeeds David Freedman. fcrho was named honorary presi•fent. Other officers are Mrs. Joshua tadlan. first vice president: shua Stadlan. second vice presint: David Freedman. secretary; rnard Kimmel. treasurer. Freedman. who has spent 15 Jears as a teacher in Miami, spoke n the growth and achievements 3f the group under his adminis{ration and pledged his continued pjpport to the group. Memorial Service Slated Rabbi Leon Kronish will pay i 'ibute to the late Harry A. Cornlum in a special memorial ;rvice commemorating the first nniversary of his passing Friday, I jne 2. at 8:15 p.m. at Temple I eth Sholom. Mr. Cornblum served as presi' ent of the congregation and • lairman of the building fund jmmittee. During his term of I 'fice the present site of the | jilding was purchased and alter;ions executed. Harold Shapiro Card Party On Calendar The Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah will sponsor a card party on Tuesday, June 6, at 8 p.m. at the Park Central Hotel, 600 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Working on arrangements for the affa / are the Mesdames M. Katz, H. Zaidman, S. Rosch, E. Alter, Silverman, B. Pakula, Nickelsberg. Beatty and Benjamin. Tickets may be secured at the synagogue office, 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. .Attend Daughter's [Graduation From U-M Mr. and Mrs. Jerome M. Joffee and their two youq£ sons are visiting Mrs. Joffee's mother, Mrs. Arnold Volpe. Mrs. Joffee (Ceci Volpe) is a graduate of the University of Miami, Class of '28. They are here to attend the graduation of their daughter, Lenore, from the university. Mr. Joffee, former state senator of Kansas City, Mo., is the special utilities and legislative counsel for Kansas City and chairman ot the Committee on Electric, Gas 1 and Telephone Rates of National' Institute of Municipal Law Of-' ficers, a post he has held for the past four years. Hyman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jacob Hyman, formerly of 1531 S.W 6th St., will take place Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. (Continued from Page 1) solely and exclusively from the General Assembly itself and exercising those functions in the international right without dependence on any individual government or accreditation thereto. (c) The United Nations representative thus appointed (or the United Nations organ thus set up) should carry out the following main functions in respect of the Holy Places in Jerusalem: viz. supervision of their protection; adjudication of disputes between communities as to their rights in the Holy Places; the maintenance of existing rights in connection with the Holy Places; the initiation of their repairs; assurance of their exemption from taxation; questions relating to the maintenance of free access subject to the requirements of public order; facilitation of pilgrimage movements; issuing of reports to the appropriate United Nations or^ns on all the above matters. This list of matters covers practically all the functions enumerated with respect to the Holy Places and religious matters in the statute (Article 38). (d) The definition of Holy Places as laid down and applied up to the termination of the Mandate shall continue to prevail (Cf. UN Map No. 229, November 1949). (e) Apart from their statutory sphere of authority concerning the Holy Places in Jerusalem, the United Nations representative or organ could negotiate agreements with both governments concerned, in conformity with the resolutions of tie General Assembly, for the protection of Holy Places located outside the city of Jerusalem. This would follow the principle laid down in Article 13 (4) of the statute, for Holy Places outside Jerusalem. The United Nations representative or organ could also negotiate, if required, on behalf of any church organization submitting views or claims with respect to religious buildings, institutions or property. As an alternative to this plan for a statute for the Holy Places, the Israel government expressed its willingness to cooperate in the creation of an international regime limited to the territory where the Holy Places are mostly concentrated—an a r ea of one and a half square miles within the Walled City and its immediate environs. It pointed out, however, that the practicability of this solution depends on the Hashemrte Kingdom of Jordan which occupies the entire area of the Old City and which has hitherto declared its opposition to this scheme, or indeed, to any international arrangement for the Holy Places. (The three monotheistic faiths would be represented on Gables Women To Sponsor Scout Units The Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood is making plans to sponsor new Brownie and Girl Scout_Troops in cooperation with County Girl Scout the Dade Council. Mrs. George Horn, center neighborhood chairman, invites all mothers of girls from the ages of seven and 14 who are interested in the scouting movement to attend a tea at the center on Monday, June 5, at 2 p.m. A film entitled, "The Ins and Outs of Scouting," will be shown and Dorothy Hunter, Dade County Girl Scout field director, will speak on "How Mothers Can Help Make Good Scout Troops." Also there to welcome mothers will be Mrs. James Green, Coral Gables area chairman, and Mrs. Robert Seipp, Coral Gables elementary neighborhood chairman. Greenfield Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenfield, 3180 North Bay Road, Miami Beach, announce the 3ar Mitzvan of their son, David Earl, to M held at Beth Jacob on Saturday June 3, at 9 a.m. Published every Friday "•%, e, t>y The Jewish Florldlan •'"„. Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida' tered as second-class„r" r {,& %  ( 1930. at the Pott Office of %  Fla.. under the Act of March S. e £ The Jewieh FMrldian •"• %  %  JSB the Jewieh Unity jd •JLjflg Weekly. Member of the -"I. reatu" graphic Agency Seven Art. F Syndicate. Worldwide Newt National Editorial Associat ^ „„ can Aeaociation of eng J'*" ci atio". Newspaper*, FloridaPr^AM^fl_. The Jewish aHortdljUi "V?,' meraruarantee the Kaahruth of W chandl iie advertlned In i_^ SUBSCRIPTION "A"?;,,, On* Yoatr— Two Years FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publiher_ OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. 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FRIDAY. JUNE 2. 1950 fJenisti fhridlian %  % %  PAGE FIVE Beth David Sisterhood, PTA # Men's Club ol,ituarlos l'*'*" ~" !" NATHAN C To Install Officers At Dinner June 7 The joint installation of officers &fiJ&fSi !3SftSl I•"*•! Sher Will dinner at Reid's Sea Food Become Ear Mitzvah ,nt on Wednesday, June I 7, P-mRabbi Max Shapiro will be A speaker and. Cantor Mamches will present it, isical portion of the proicc mpanied by Mrs. Alex I at the piano. Harry O^phant is general in of the event. Assisting; in Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and j Harry Gordon. Mrs. g rtz will serve as toast-; Mrs. Ben Hertz will install S of the women's group. Bernard A. Sterling will induct the men. | f (he sisterhood Include u I'.mU Rose, president; Mrs. I Laufer, first vice president; V i i 1 Merlin, second vice preside M -. Harry August, third vice lent; Mrs. Harold Barney, eorig secretary; Mrs. Herman ; ; treasurer; Mrs. Harry BinI 'ordlng secretary; Mrs. Bert £ niiici.il secretary: Mr-. Mux g membersblp chairman. ,, i of th" sisterhood hoard .,.;. rh. Mesdames Jack Aronovlta, i August, Max Bergman, Sam I Jack Gorman. Ida Harts, i linkes, Abe Kasow and Max .... Installed as officers of the Mrs. Ernest Sussman, presi.! \ B. L#evlne, vice presl,;. %  %  Mrs. i.enrge Ooldbers. recording .>; Mrs.Lillian Becker, cording secretary; Mrs. Bernard dell, treasurer. The PTA noard consists of the < Hilma August, Harold A. A. Hayden, David Barnes, Rosen, I.MUIS Bchwartsnutn, M in Segal, David Sernaker, Alex Stlebel and Jules Weiss. Assuming office. <>f the men's club are Harry l'iamond. president; I'hil Abrams, vice president; Irving M. i: treasurer; Dr. Boy P. Mack, [I nctors of the men s unit are Hun Alexander, Louie Bandel. I! I M BUcher. Manfred Berliner, I.. .1 i:u.i t Harry Gordon, Nate I.:-IM Safer, Bert Slier Bernard Bclinelder and Leonard Spiegel. Reservations for the dinner niav be made by calling Mrs. Oliphant, 2-3747; Mrs. Schwartz, 9-5032: Mrs. Gordon, 2-7135; Beth David, 9-3469. NATHAN COHEN •'i ?W N. w. urn, Ave., died suddenly May :;>. Mr. Cohen came here six weeks ago fi Chicago where the remains were sen) for services and interment b) Gordon Puni ... %  Survivors Include lii* wife, .-.nil.-, two sons, Jacob and Sam, and I iKhier. Mrs. Kih.l Rubin, of < hlcagn DIANN DUBBIN -'I. of 6487 S.VV. 11th St., was found dead on May i; at her home. Miss "; 1 11 was :• ... ii ;,:,, High School, class of n. Survivors %  le her parents, Mr. and Mi s 1 % %  Dubbin, and :, brother Herbert. "ervicis wen the i loi-don I in., ':il II. .in,with Rahlil Max SI Rabbi Simon April officiating, ulnce in ihe Jewish Si I i ion %  i ft'oi iii.ui n i 'cmetery. MRS. ANNA GORDON S9i of i Venetian Way, pass a away in :i New i tal Mo idaj A i i-.-.d. ,1 s, 11)37 Mis. ( ; m was a native ..r Louisville, Kj where services and Intermenl took place on Thursday. Survivors include her sons, Stuart and Jay; .1 brother, Jacob Sher, all of Miami; and three Bisters, Including Mrs, Samuel O. Levensoh and .Mi?. Julius I. Jacobsteln, of Miami THANK YOU I wish to express my deep apprec ; ation for your nominating me lo serve on the Dade County School Board, in the run-off primary May 23. I shell always endeavor lo warrant your confidence and I hope everyone r.ow will pull together for an economical and efficient operation of our school system. JIM NOEL MORRIS KANNER 80, oi 2115 Washington Ave., passed a-uy on May 85 m a local convalescent home. Mr. Banner was. ^1 retired painter who came here from Brooklyn six years ago. Services were conducted in Brooklyn whenthe remains were sent by the Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, fot services and interment, which took place in I'nited Hebrew Cemetery. Staten Island. Mr. Banner is survived by hi* wife Quisle. &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 / I Camp Car/y/e I For Boys and Girls Hendersonville, N. C. South's Outstanding Jewish Camp ONLY $400 for Full Eight Weeks Includes Free Horseback Riding and Golf Instructions 1 1 i Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sher, 2111 S.W. 21st St.. announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Kenneth to be held Saturday. June 3, at Beth David, with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. The young man is a recent honor graduate of Beth David Hebrew School and will attend Hebrew High School this fall. He attends Shenandoah Junior High School and is a member of the school congress, where he represents the seventh grade. On Sunday. June 4, from 3 to 6 p.m. the Shers will be hosts at an open house in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. MICHAEL DAVID SALZMAN 1!> months old son of <*orp. and Mrs. Oavid Salzman, of 855 N.W. 76th S> passed away May '1~ in Columbia, S. ('. Survivors include in addition to the parents, the grandmother, Mrs. William Manning, of Miami; the paternal grandparents. Capt. and Mrs. Joseph Halzman. Sun Diego; and the I great grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Morton Waldcn, Miami Beach. Services ivi-iv held at the Gordon Puneral Home with Rablii Max Shapiro officiating. Interment took place in Mt; Xeln. Cemetery. • PBgaagaaan^agBBgcaaaBnegBa^EsMKgBm j Jmap THE BEST IN KOSHER FOODS Miami Beach "Caterers of Distinction" For All Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL — NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE : nsultantt are prepared to vUit you in your home and icill offer adv-ce and suggestions without obligation. Call 58-8527 — Ask for Boris %  .... | %  %  %  %  -. -.. % %  -. %  I %  gyrs-^ ssssssg REBECCA SAFIANOW 61, of 7S7 N.w. amji St., passed away Saturday. Mrs. Saflunow. who came here from Elizabeth, N. J.. five years ago. is survived by her husband. In cob; four sons, including Nathan, of Miami: and a brother. 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PAGE SIX *Je*isHk>rklk*n FRIDAY. JUNE 2. it Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) 3 3 DIPLOMATIC NOTES: By the time this is published. P-c-sident Truman will have approved Aubrey Eban as Israel Ambassador to the United States to succeed Elihau Elath who was transferred to London Eban will be the youngest ambassador '.n the entire diplomatic corps in Washington There is no reason to envy him as far as work is concerned He is already working altogether too hard as head of the Israel delegation at the United Nations His duties as ambassador will make his "ask doubly hard The remarkable thing is that with all the burdens which he carries, he still finds time to make special campainn tr:ps for the United Jewish App< .1 In recent weeks he v ited quite a number of cities to address UJA dinners He is one of "drawing cards"" the UJA administration lias as far as Stimulating big givers to give 'even more .-'y Now that he will become extremely busy at the UN" Trusteeship Council session which starts dis. cussing the Jerusalem issue early • %  in June. Golda Myerson will take •,over the job of visiting various • l American Jewish communities for the UJA The only woman I member of the Israel Cabinet, she has established for herself a reputation in this country as the | best UJA campaigner And no | during the first week of December Plans for financing and servicing increased Jewish im| migration, which is expected I under the liberalized DP bill, are I being mapped by Jewish communities throughout the country with the aid of the CJFWF j Pre-campaign budgeting in many cities did not take account of the J i possibility of increased immigration, since the budgeting was completed prior to the passage of • the liberalized DP bill Irrita! tion has not subsided as yet in the State Department over the; B"nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League's rejection of the report on Germany which U. S. Assistant High Commissioner Benjamin J. Buttenwieser was scheduled to | deliver at the league's convention in Chicago The rejection is also still a matter of lively discussion in Jewish circles While none of the Jewish leaders agrees with Buttenwieser's advocacy of leniency for Nazis. many feel that lie should have, been given the opportunity of delivering his report They : argue that his report would have been o% ershadowed by the flood of 'criticism against it which would have followed at the con! vention On the other hand. I those who defend the ADL's re| jection of Buttenwieser's report I point out that it would have been! below the dignity of any Jewish | "•V y needs in Israel And who can leny that the needs of Israel will increase with the arrival of the first transports of Jews from [rao.. finally permitted to leave heir Arab country? Incidentwonder ... In addition to being %  organization to permit anybody a good speaker, she always comes i l 0 defcnd Nazis from its rostrum, with a picture of the very latest LITERARY NOTES: The growing interest concerning Israel among people in the United States has resulted in the I increased publication of books on illy, "it" can "now 'be' told "that" it the ^ ewish sta te in this country .vas Gold a Myerson whom the '• • • N ot wook P asses without a Israel government sent to Transnew book appearing The •>. to contact King Abdullah \ a ^l a !" / "Report on^IsraeF' by eace v.Iks ... As a result I Israel today ... In it the reader | will find information on the pohi tical parties in Israel, on its ag; ricultural system, on the political 1 character of its various news| papers, on the educational system, on the economic outlook and on the Arabs Levin's "I Saw the Battle of Jerusalem" is an imprt ssive eyewitness account of the siege of the city ... It is contemporary history excellently written and will be read by generations to come with no less st than by our present generation Maletz' "Young Hearts" is a novel based on life in the Kvutzot which aroused much discussion in Israel and received a literary prize there The last two books were published by Schocken. the publisher who has made it the ambition of his life to present in English the best of Jewish literature. • NEEDLESS TASKS: Much has been written about Richard Wagner's violent antiJewish feelings ... A new addition to this literature is Leon Stein's "The Racial Thinking of Richard Wagner." published by the Philosophical Library Personally. I see no reason why special books should now be published on Wagner's views on Jews Whether one belongs to the class of people who like Wagner's music, or to those who dislike it intensely, few certainly consider him a person whose "philosophy" with regard to Jews is worth dissemination ... It is well known that he was a rabid anti-Semite and that he was particularly jealous of the Jewish composers Meyerbeer and Mendelsohn He himself admitted that antiSemitism was as "necessary" to his Teutonic nature "as gall is to blood" And in some of his anti-Jewish articles he achieved I a vicious madness that can be I compared only with that of Hitler I and Goebbels ... To write a special book on Wagner's antiSemitism, therefore, seems to me a completely needless task Apparently the author himself is also not certain whether his I elaborate analysis of Wagner's anti-Semitism was a w6rthwhile effort He explains, in a kind of an apologetic tone, that since Wagner's pseudo-philosophy on Jews is kept alive and sustainec by the prestige of his musica works, mankind must be inoculated against his concepts, not only once, but once in every generation This argument may or may not be valid However, the author, himself a composer and a Jew — director of the De Paul University School of Music in Chicago—has done a substantial job of research And one of the points he brings out is that Wagner was not only anti-Semitic but also anti-Judaic ... There is, he says, a distinction i between anti-Judaism and anti! Semitism The first is con| cerned with an antagonism based 1 on difference in religion The second involves opposition based ; on a supposedly racial basis i Persecution of the Jews during i the time of the Inquisition was an [ anti-Judaic movement; with the conversion of Jews this basis for i persecution was removed On i the other hand, the official attitude of the Hitler regime toward the Jews was the ultimate development of anti-Semitism Wagner, the author establishes, combines both the ; and the anti-Semitic. Juda CHT-IN-H-BRGT Wolperts Proudly Featur NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS! KROEHLER GOODYEAR HEYWOOD AIRFOAM WAKEFIELD LANE MOHAWK GLAMORUGS GENERAL REMBRANDT ELECTRIC SIMMONS Fair Prices Easy Terms LUotpWft ZMituteCo 1200 Coral Way si • ilks, a non-i iel and T I n has been v u ki d out and • iled by both govi rn. ij fi ion. 'ESTIC NOTES: its Genei in W ishii •:... 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IL % 19JU IhJsllkrJkr PAUL 1 yyuyji p ua Ann Collier, William Jay Goldworm k?xehani?e Vows In Garden Ceremony Before a lattice altjir filled with palms, ferns, gladioli and white pompons, Mis-; Enid Ann C ar.d William Jay G changed vo\ day in the g; rd( n ol ne ol th In ide's pan nts, Mi and I i' i %  Miami Bi ach. Rabbi I Lehrman r< ad th The bride was attin d in w satin embroidered with pearls and bugle beads. A ( of seed pearls held her imported veil in place. The bridal bouquet of stephanotis was centered with white orchids. Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Lester J. Perle of Jersey City. Miss Arleen Krohl was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were the Misses Sydelle Bucker, Paula Gelb. Doris Joseloff and Joyce Sussman. The honor attendants wore gold metallic cloth, the bridesmaids pastel organdy. Ina Gottlieb and Melinda Bloomfield, flower girls, wore peach and aqua organdy with matching headpieces. Jerry Goldworm was best man for his brother. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldworm, 325 W. 41st St.. Miami Beach. Seating guests were Lester J. Perle, Bob Garvett. Dr. Philip Stern and Victor Eber. The bride's mother greeted guests in a sequin-studded emerald green gown. The b groom's mother wore a beaded gown. The former Miss C graduated from Miami Beach School and attend Unity of Florida. Goldworm studied at the I York University, He taught at New York i %  and the University of Miami and is now ted with the Frontenac Hotel. Pictured at the installation of officers of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade County are (1. to r.) Mrs. Monte Selig. installing officer; Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, treasurer; Mrs. Louis Glasser. president; Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. vice president; Mrs. Harry Gordon, registrar; Lillian Goodman, recording secretary; Mrs. John Temple, corresponding secretary. The ceremony took place at the Miami Beach Jewish Center last Thursday. Morrta B •• I Tropical Lodge to iHoldStog Smoker cal Lodge, B'nai B'ritli. as n all out membership n e n between the ages 1 35, will hold a stag ,ndaj evening. June 'an-Shoreham 11 p chairman, Will ]i i iiis committee i i Vlvin Budner. Stanley } o srman and Le m%  ng a pri include movies, a • and games. Sam Kessler will rcv ivities of the lodge s founded three year Harma Coopersmith | Shapiro Named To Medical Technologist Post W.,.1, AH',.,wl rK '\ Harold Shapiro of Coral Gables | ical Technologists which w WetlS AlireCl LOnen was elected director of the Florida up a weekend Under a canopy of white glad' State Society of Amer ican Med' here Monda y, ioli entwined with matching satin ; ribbon. Miss Harma Coppersmith became the bride of Alfred Cohen. The couple spoke theii vows on May 4 in the Harden of, the homo of the bride's father, Ileiman Coopersmith, Rabbi! 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PAGE EIGHT *-Jewistfkirk/iati Carol MilbergTo {Personally Speaking Wed Marvin Goldman i %  • %  Carol Milberg Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Milberg. 2345 N.W. 22nd Ave.. announce: the engagement of their daughter, Carol, to Marvin I. Goldman, son ; of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldman. I 1775 S.W. 16th Ave. The wedding will take place! Sunday.. June 26 at 8 p.m. in j Temple Israel. The bride-elect graduated from Miami High School and attended Walsh School of Business Science. Also a graduate of Miami High School. Mr. Goldman attended the University of Miami, before t-ntering the armed forces. He is •'.' associated with Gulf Drug Co. of Miami. Engagement Revealed Betrothal of Miss Anita Denyse Fendell to Jerome S. Palmer has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Fendell. 62 N'.W. 19th Ave. Her fiance is the >n of Mr. and Mrs. Sidnev R. Palmer. 1560 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. The bride-elect attended Erasmus Hall High School. Brooklyn. She' is employed by Dun and Bradstreet and Is a member of Miami Beach Junior Hadassah and Miami Masadah. Mr. Palmer attended Miami Beach High School and Arizona State College. He was associated with the City of Phoenix public relations office and is on the advertising staff of Tropicana publish* :s. He is social chairman of Miami Masada. % urdinc's Suas/uat fashions MILDEWCIDE keeps your closets Iresh and healthy with dry vapor sunshine • No more unpleasant odors! • No more unsightly mildew! 79c box of two bags Now, you can protect your closets from mildew and musty odors. Mildewcide the amazing closet sunshine was especially made for Florida homes. The small bags (one to each closet) give off a dry vapcr that keeps your closets healthy and fre?h. Ideal for trunks and chests and storerooms, too. Get Mildewcide, today i"'s low-priced, two bags for 79c and it will last three to four monhs. Burdine's. Notions. Second Floor Mrs. Saul I. Kenholz is in New York, where she was cahed to attend funeral services for her mother, Mrs. Clara Silberg, who died suddenly last week. Mr. Kenholz and their daughter, Helene, will join her on June 18. The family will sail aboard the La Guardia on August 3 for Israel, where they will spend the High Holidays. They will visit Italy, Switzerland and France before returning here. A baby boy, Frank Brian, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gladstone on Friday at Doctor's Hospital. The bris will take place at the Gladstone home, 1971 S.W. 32nd Ct. Friday. Maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newman, former iMiamians, have returned from Chicago for the event. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Jennie Gladstone. Leo Eisenstein left Saturday afternoon for St. Louis, where he will visit his mother and family. While there, as an official | representative of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors, Mr. Eisenstein will extend an invitation to the realtors of St. Louis and East St. Louis to attend the national convention of real estate boards to be held in Miami Beach in November. + -* Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Sher and son, Gerry, of Teaneck, N. J., are now in Miami visiting Mr. Sher's brother and sisterin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sher, 2111 S.W. 21st St., and will remain until after the Bar Mitzvah of their nephew, Kenneth. Also here for the event are Mrs. Ida Cohen of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jacob Frank of Atlanta. + + Flying to New York to visit with their daughter and son-inlaw in Forest Hills and Long Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff, 3230 N.W. 7th St. Before returning to Miami at the end of the summer, the Raffs will visit family in Washington and the Carolinas. '* Following the graduation of their son, Bobby, from Miami Beach High School, Mr. and Mrs. William Loeb, 1937 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, will leave for Los Angeles, where they will visit Mrs. Loeb's mother, Mrs. M. Kats. The Loebs will be away for three months. + Mr. and Mrs. Max Azar, 1325 Cortez St., Coral Gables, are leaving for New York to attend the golden jubilee of the Vitebsk Benevolent Association to be held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel on June 4. Mr. Azar has been a member of the group for 42 years. They will return to their Coral Gables home in a month. Announcing the birth of a son are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Borkin of Detroit, Mich. The father is the son of Mrs. Rose Borkin, 730 N.E. 62nd St. A former resident of Miami, he is a graduate of the University of Miami Law School. %  Drs. A. E. Rosenthal, Frank Coret and Robert Kaplan attended the convention of the Southern Academy of Periodonto logy held at Ponte Vedra Beach from May 20 to 23 Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, will spend the summer with their children in Staten Island, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lubel, 3030 S.W. 2nd St., announce the birth of a daughter, Deborah Sue, on Mother's Day at Doctor s Hospital. 2 + %  Simon Seiden, who broadcasts over station WFEC leave for New York this week to visit his children. He return about June 15. *. J^ 1 an l MrS Sam A> Golds,e 'n have moved to 233 39th St. Miami Beach, where Mr. Goldstein is convalescing from his recent illness. Miss Polly Gershon and her mother, Mrs. Morris Gershon have moved to 1676 James Ave., Miami Beach v ersnon a u u Pend !?, g he summer in Brooklyn. N. Y., are Mr. and Mrs Abraham Werman. 1301 Alton Road, Miami Beach _. Mr. and Mrs. I. Leb announce that they have moved into their new home at 910 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. Newark Cr,y SakOWi,Z ***** *— -era, weeks in Mr. and Mrs. Burton C. Goldstein, formerly of Atlanta making their home at 327 41st St., Miami Beach Lewis Bar Mitzvah Mr;. Lillian S. Lewis. 1727 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, announces the Bar Mitzvah of her son. Alan Franklin, to be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Saturday. June 3. at 9:30 a.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Enfields Honeymoon In (Aiba, Mexico FRIDAY, Honeymooning in Cuba and %  Mexico are Kurt Enfield and his bride, the former Miss Evelyn | Koppelman of Louisville, Ky. and Miami Beach. Their wedding took place at ; noon, Sunday, May 14, in the study of Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, I who performed the double-ring i ceremony. Miss Jean Koppelman was maid of honor for her sister and Paul F. Enfield was best man for his : brother. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Enfield, 1701 i Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach. j With her sky-blue-gray organdy • street length dress, the bride wore a short illusion veil of matching I color and carried a white bible I topped with white orchids. After the ceremony a dinner was held in the Pompadour Room I of the Sherry Frontenac Hotel for the immediate family. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sherman, sister I of the bride, Neil Sherman, Miss 1 Gayle Sherman, Mrs. Dora Sherman, all of Louisville; Ky., and Mrs. Earnest Kolodner of Bradenton. Fla. The bridegroom was graduated from Buxton College, England, and served with the army in the 1 South Pacific during the war. Miss Koppelman attended the University of Louisville. After their honeymoon, the newlyweds will make their home i at 2301 N. Meridian Ave.. Miami Closing Exercises The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood will conduct closing exercises for the Sunday Schoo' on June 4 at 10 a.m. Awards, prizes and certificates will be presented during the ceremonies. Mrs. K Beach, where sociated in father and br' —Morrli Bm| uM Enfield Mr. Enfield is > lusinen with i ther. 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UDAY. JUNE 2. 1950 ^Jenisti Fk>ridian forilynne Hcibcl %  r0 [U Revealed Marilynne Reibel Betrothal of Miss Marilynne Jeibel to Leslie Jay Blumberg ; announced at a dinner in the .ome of her parents, Mr. and Irs. Samuel Reibel, Sherbrooke fpartments. Miami Beach, on aturday evening. The wedding is planned for ext April. The prospective bridegroom is be son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Blumerg. Essex House Hotel, Miami each. He will graduate from the versity of Miami this June. I Hiss Reibel was graduated from liami Beach High School, where he was a member of the Naonal Honor Society. She is also [tending the university. PAGE NINE Picnic Planned Sisterhood of Tfereth Israel is aking plans for a picnic to be eld at Police Benevolent Park, f.\V. 14th St. and 25th Ave., on unday, June 25. [Reservations may be made by tiling Mrs. L. Kaplan, 3010 N.W. Dth Ave.. 82-5126. JACK GOLDMAN r pier. Clover Club and Hickory use Restaurant, says: "Operat[a night club and a restaurant lot different from running a pous travel agency, but there pe quality all successful busiJes must have in common— Irteous. efficient, wide awake f:ce to the public. From _:•• l experience I know that *R TOURS has this quality than ar.y other travel pntzation I've ever dealt with." FARR Reliable Name in Travel" Miamians To Attend Salmon-England Rites In Cleveland June 18 Miamians who will attend the wedding of Miss Rosalyn England I to Michael Salmon in Cleveland OB Sunday, June 18, are the bride-elect's father, A. J. Eng-! land, and Mrs. England; Mrs. J. j England, the bride-elect's grandmother; Mr. and Mrs. Philip j Salmon, the prospective bride' groom's parents; Mr. and Mrs. ] Isidore Langner, his grandparents; Mrs. Ethel Rothlein and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz, his aunts; and Mrs. S. Leslie. While in Cleveland j they will remain at the Park I Lane Villa. Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver will I read the service, which will be followed by a dinner in the Wade | Park Hotel. After a wedding trip, I the couple will reside in Miami j Beach. The engagement of Miss Dolores Bass to Franklyn Gordon has been revealed by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Bass. 2521 S.W. 24th St. Mr. Gordon, son of the Nathaniel Gordons of Morristown, N. J.. is a senior at the University of Miami. No wedding date has been set. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman's 15th wedding anniversary was celebrated at a dinner party given by the officers and directors of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, the sisterhood and the men's club in the center dining room. \...„.i-,t...i Lillian Gurny Betrothal Told Sharet Chapter Will Sponsor Games Party A benefit games party will be sponsored by Sharet Chapter, | B'nai B'rith Young Women, on j | Sunday. June 11, at 8 p.m. in the' Miami Beach Employees Club Building; 920 Alton Road. 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sss^tfe'Sssfe: IY, JUNE 2, 1950 *Jm*ist> fhridHar) jdB Could Improve Method Of Hiing llcmocratic Heritage, Workshop Speaker Declares the breakdown of the denazificaPAGE ELEVEN I blic school has a crucial 'relating the democratic to the complex life of Though public schools are uc h to fill this need, there c. 'unlimited opportunity ement," declared Miller [tchie, associate professor University of Mi\ the Anti-Defamation workshop held May 24 at ,--,, Hotel, Miami Beach, gor Ritchie's address ted the luncheon session D-day program, attended e than 100 persons, dedi\ the building of good relations in the communiFlorida. Malvina Weiss, principal, leach Elementary School, each, led a morning panel on the theme, "The the Citizen and the Com" "The community is the dive educative force on Id." she emphasized, pointthat '"the home and comagencies must work hand d with the schools in t;;ng the democratic to our children." individual classroom is al point in the teaching and each teacher should igly be equipped with in human relations to t effectively teaching rein a hydrogen bomb iss Weiss explained. ttRoth. Miami Beach city an. extended the greetle city to the assemblage. ribed Miami Beach as g the way for municipaliour state and nation in tic progress through the of such measures as the each anti-discriminatory ing ordinance. He also ded the Hialeah city ion for enacting the antissburning ordinance. ing on the Anti-Defamague's national and local Gilbert J. Balkin, the Florida director, detailed lility GOOD NAME sore to be •urod than rich*." Proverbs IORDON 4ERAL [HOME pBOLlZES EVERY|NG A GOOD NAME IMPLIES [25 years the name JN has been asw 'th service to Miami Jewish causes. Mr time of need let IP you as we have | lor ot her grateful families Ifi.DON W. 12th Avenue 3-3431 or 4.1496 L. PLUMMER f nerl Dir.cto Recreational Program Will Close On June 9 The children's supervised recreational programs of the Miami Jewish Community Center will, tion program in the American j cease on Jur >e 9 with the closing : Brande,s Camp Institute this zone ot Uermany. "Our investiga! of thc Public schools, according to I summer il was announced by tions show that anti-Semitism in Max R. Silver, president Chil£ abb L r-? n Kron !. s, V \tr —„..„ n •" >n '".ii. V,nil-| |ho met dren will, however, be welcome at the center every afternoon for free play, he said. Supervised activity will begin with the summer dav camp on anS^areKa" contacMne K I TlT ?W* Judaea leade '" The curriculum at the camps. Western Germany today is more serious than when Hitler first appeared on the scene," Balkin declared. He called for a presidential investigation of current American policy in administering Western Germany and thc prompt instituting of effective measures to insure democratization there. Balkin also described the league's current "crack the quota" campaign to eliminate discrimination in colleges and universities. Guests at me workshop included Miss Alice MaeVicar, assistant director of instruction, Dado County Board of Public Instruction; Mrs. Evelyn Dean, executive director. Young Women's Christian Association, Miami; and Rabbi Marius Ranson. Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale. and ADL chairman in that munity. Four Chosen To Attend Brandeis Four Miamians have been selected as candidates to attend the chairman of the institute scholarship committee. They are Annette Melich. presdent of the Miami Beach Junior Hadassah; Elayne Moss, Israel projects chairman of the Miami Unit of Jr. Hadassah: Phyllis Lodge Fetes Kids The North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, sponsored a swim dinner at the Sorrento Hotel for 40 children from the Kendall Home last Saturday, followed by movies at the Normandy Theater. The project was under the direction of Leo Steinman. comNautilus Dads Install The Dads' Club of Nautilus school, Miami Beach, installed officers at 8 p.m. Thursday. Taking office for the 1950-51 school year were Nat Williams. president; Morris Weisberg, William Capland and Edgar Pearce. vice presidents; Dr. William Bernstein, treasurer; Dr. H. R. Mechlowitz, recording secretary; Pierre Little, corresponding secretary. which includes study, work and recreation, consists of courses in Jewish Life and Problems on the American Scene; Problem^ Facing World Jewry; History, Theory and Practice of Zionism; Achievements and Problems of Israel; and Principles of Group Work. Two hours are devoted to group singing and folk-dancing daily. USE THESE COLUMNS FOR YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISING PHONE 2-1141 OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES llcach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 As a prayer on the Sabbath ... As a blessing on the threshold ... As a turning toward Jerusalem ... they go together—Israel and the homeless. As thc humble go with thanks ... As thc gracious come with love ... As the just uphold thc truth ... they go together—Israel and thc homeless. §1 They go to THEY GO TOGETHER because Israel's freedom and ^ independence arc linked to a free and unlimited immigration—to an opening of the gates—to the historic homecoming of thc oppressed, the || uprooted, thc driven and displaced. THEY GO TOGETHER this land of hope and thc strong youth from Eastern Europe .. because Israel bids him come while the ^ land of his birth bids him kneel. V THEY GO TOGETHER... this land of hope and the old man from hao^j ... because Israel bids him come while thc land of his birth disowns his faith. V THEY GO TOGETHER ... this land of hope and thc young girl from Morocco ... because Israel bids her come while the land of her birth b.ds her out. THEY GO TOGETHER ... Israel and the homeless... because they build for each other-a land of hope and progress giving a new life and a better future to its immigrants. ALL THIS GOES TOGETHER ... but whether it can be depends on the support you give to your community campa.gn on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. ALI TOGETHER, these arc thc tremendous tasks confronting the United Jewish Appeal in 1950 ... tasks that we must meet now, today, m pZSSffi* the tLsfer to Israel of .50,000 homeless Jews in bu.ld.ng C3 Of new homes ... in establishing .25 new .arm settlements In" in, Z Unmigm" camps of-the 04,000 newcomers who stul bve In tents and barracks. ALL THESE... TOGETHER ... WAIT ON YOU. Combined Jewish Appeal Directed by Greater Miami Jewish Federation 420 Lincoln Road Ph no 58 4331 United Jewish Appeal On II/I111I/of the Resettlement and Reconstruction Programs of Uu Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal, United Service for .\ew Americans. I : I ; 1 %  1



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PAGE TWELVE kH ist thrkHann B'nai B'rith Survey Reveals Pattern Of Bias Against Young Jewish Lawyers WASHINGTON. D C. — Discrimination against young Jewish; law graduates has been verii by a pioneering follow-up survey jinBt completed by B'nai B'rith's \. • Bureau. cording to an article by Dr. Max E\ Baer. national direel >r of thi bureau, in the fi rthc iming iasu< of Ihe National Jewish Monthly, puhlishcd by B'nai B'rith. lording to the article, the survey, which w as c mdu among 2.325 graduates of law j schools of 1946 and 1947. revealed! the following results: 1. Jewish law graduates of those two classes cam less today 'than their non-Jewish classmates 3. Proportionately twice as •hSfiv Jews as non-Jews star! their legal careers in the lowest category, that of law clerk. 3. On a percentage basis, three tuv.es as many non-Jews as Jew get started in their legal careers a& attorneys in private industry. k. The common belief that a higher percentage of Jews than others get into government legal VKirk is not true. '5. Proportionately more Jews '.hart • non-Jews fail to go into letal work following graduation from law school. 6. Jewish law graduates who go into other fields of work are more likely than non-Jews to say thai their legal training was of no significant help in landing their: rihn-law jobs. 7. The overwhelming majority of recent law graduates tie up with law firms in which all or some of the partners are Jewish Fifty-five out of 103 accredited law schools cooperated with the bureau in this survey. Additional facts turned up by tb %  good supply of Alka-Selt*er on hand because you never know what time of day Or night you may need the relief it offers. Alka-Seltzer W pleasant to the taste—easy to take. Ask your druggist for Alka-SelUer today. Remember, when your tablets get down to four — tkml'l Ih. lima to buy Low Interest Rates Easy Monthly Payments Until Repaid No Penalty for Prepayment in part orffl Low Closing Costs Friendly. Efficient Service Consult Us Now No Obligation! *'—"* lOAN ASSOCIATION of Miami Alka-Seltzer MAM OFFICE *rtlwtR*t *• % %  • josiw M. urroa f** BMOUTCM Exceed $27,500,000. He-erves -^'"-^UAFATTtf!



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iY, JUNE 2. 1950 *Jml$f> Meridian RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE THIRTEEN Lple israei iRaform). 137 1th SI Dr. Jacob H Ka P lan [Emeritus. gervlCM at •! P-"l n "HI conduct the BtrviOM. | s h Community Center Lrvative). 2020 Polk St.. Vood. Rsbbt Jacob J. Honig; nl 7. Saturday %  ervicea nt !<:30. .Sunday EL from J:S0 '" 1":30 the center ,. uth. pie Emanu-El (Reform), ; Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud, Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Rajison will conduct the and preach. The public is J Hebrew school at the temple I. n| 'a.m. Religious school at M5. j. i Hebrew School and Con(Orthodox). 1101 S.W. Ire. Rabbi Simon April. (Berele Kelemer. i v Ices at 6:43. f v morning :.i %  %  llabbl Aiiilrs i in"Light of the Menorah." Ell i the Father* at 5:80 .\| -.. %  ... < jilos SudOH and service 7:30 a.m. and II. |, ,i school from 3::: 1 ) pie Betn snoiom (Liberal), Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Leon Kronish; Cantor | Kelemer. renlug st-rvices at 8:15. |sh will speak. Sabbath H t In:4". a.in. legation Beth David (Conire I, Coral Way and 26th [Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mamches. g service! at 6:30. Saturday morning at 9. Iivah of Kenneth, son of Mr. ft Hi bert Sher. Services SatIncludlna "The SabhMUtt" with a discussion of fcf Our Fathers led by Rabbi The Sabbath Repast" will i.reil %  > Mr. and Mrs. Bert I holier of the Bar Mitzvah of n. Kenneth Student congregation! Its services with the Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and anil Maarl\ at 6 p.m. Hebrew ally at 8:30. tern israei Congregation of [(Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th revening services at 6:15 p.m.. ;II .i.in with Mincha at 6. ems ,n that area are invited RENT—FOUR MEETING }MS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS (completely equipped large Kitchen tor Weddings, Bar hs, Card Parties and Lodge s. Plenty o< Parking Space. 46 SIDNEY H. -PALMER FOR INFORMATION !" Con 9 T e9ation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). MIS Euclid Ave.. Miarru Beaoh. Rabbi Isaac H, Brtffi Min.ha Friday cur, Kil.ha'-,. miabbal at 7 ,..„,. Saturday •ervlce. s .,„. fobbl Ever win „„,^ -Th 'I-.IT ''' ;' "1" lecture on MI v. '-'.''''.V J ,he Fathers." Mincha at 8:15 followed by Bholos Seduos. Zmiras and remarks by guests, Maariv follows. Dallj II,brtw school Monday through Thursday at 3:30. Daily class In Mlshna after morning services. Class in Jewish customs and laws before Mincha and Maariv services. Iiailv services at 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Northside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Canter Isaac s. Smith will fficlate at services Friday evi ins Sunday school classes every Sundsv it 'ho office of In-. Win. Hi,ii,s, r,",r, N \v 62nd St. Hebrew classes under direction of Rev. Philip Frieii at 8701 N W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and Ihursda: from 4 to 6 p.m. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 6:30: Saturday nmrnlng at !•. Bar Mitzvah of Martin, son ,,f Mr. and .Mrs Max Resnlck. 428 YV DiUdo Drive. Mincha a i 8:30 followed by Khal< Be irloc Zmiras and remarks by guests. Maariv will follow. Daily services at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Sunday morning.services at 8. Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Sabbath services at 9:4." a.m. Saturday. I'.ar Mitzvah of Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Radar of 27411 S.W. 32nd Ct. Kiddush will follow. Congregational picnic will be held Sunday. June 4, at Matheson Hammock with all groups meeting at the park at 10 a.m. Installation dinner-dance Monday, June 5. at the Gateway on Coral Way. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr, Friday night services at 6: Saturday morning at 9. Daily services at 8 a.m. Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Service Friday night at 6: Saturday night al 6 Mincha services followed by Shalos Seudos. Services Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. All Young Israel members in the area are invited to attend. North Dad* Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:15. Satin day morning services at 10. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th AT*. Saturday sei vices at 9 a.m. Congregation Beth El (Ortho-: dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Fndav evening services at 6-30 nm corning service, at ?80 ,', t$. .' h ",' S: l '""lson of Mr. jnd Mr-. Joe Balber. Mincha at 6:36 j North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive, Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. Friday evening services at vr, Sermon topic will i, "King llf ,'„,; Mi. and Mrs, Many Tessler %  •llowniK the Services. The ililir,. mg^r r vicl P ,'at n 9 Vlt0d 8atur """' %  Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Me*cheloff. l-'i Iday evening services at >', 4", Saturday morning ni 30, Bar Mitzvah 01 son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greennew. Intermedia! ig, at 9 a m. Muuha at 6:46 followed by bTialos Sudos, Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion c.r the Week Dally religious school Monday through i h n s,lay at 3:30 and Sunday at a.m. N. W. Religious Congregation, 13681 N. W. 2nd St. Sei vices Sat JI day morning at 8;0< J 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 "Capltal-Uibor Itelationshlp." Important congregational meeting win follow the services. Congregation beth Ttilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Hackovsky. Friday evening services at 6:45. Saturday morning at 8:80. The rabbi, win preach on Portion of the Week, At 5:15 p.m. Rabbi Ita.Uovsky will speak on "Ethics of the Fathers," followed by Mincha 'at 5:43. Shalos SedUOS and Maariv. Dally services 7:30 a.m. followed by class In Mlshna. Mincha services at 6:45 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 Centex (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrrnan. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 6:45. Saturday morning at 9. The rabbi will preach on the 1'ortion of the Law. Bar Mitzvah of Allan, son of Mrs. Lillian I-ewis and Norton Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Sachnoff. Dally services at 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Beach Lodge Extends Essay Contest Deadline Deadline in the essay contest for the Miami Beach High Schools, sponsored by Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has been extended to midnight. June 10. it is announced by Chairman Saul Genet. The Americanism project has been extended in view of the semester examinations at the Beach High Schools. Genet said. Students may submit essays of 250 words or less on the subject "What Democracy Means To Me" post marked before midnight of the new deadline date. First prize will be a $50 U. S. Savings Bond, second a $25 bond and third prize $10 in cash. Serving with Genet on the contest committee are Dr. Wilbur Wishner and Harry J. Sonz. Prizes will be awarded at the lodge's annual July 4 rally in Flamingo Park. Boat Ride Planned A boat ride and barn dance will be sponsored by Sholen. Lodge, B'nai B'rith. on the "Seven Seas Dreamboat" on Sunday evening. June 25. Arrangements are under the direcention of Bernard Fuller and Harold Friedman. Boat capacity is 290 persons and reservations may be made by calling the Sholem Lodge office at 82-5684. Swim Dance Slated The Tri Beta Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center will sponsor a "Bar-B" swim dance at the Tropics Hotel. 1550 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, on Saturday; June 10, at 8 p.m., acording to Dottie Singer, president. DOV Chapter To Meet DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold a meeting on Wednesday, June 7. at 1 p.m. at Beth El, according to Mrs. Rose Pertes. president. Report on Mrs. Sobel's luncheon will be given and summer projects discussed. USE THESE COLUMNS FOR YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISING PHONE 2-1141 MORTGAGE ;^OA|$ HENRY E. '-osl •-3435 Ptoneer Jewish Camp oj the South CAMP OSCEOLA BOYS FOR GIRLS Lake Osceola On Silver Lake personville. N. C. Horse Shoe. N. C. REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED FOR k 4 WEEK SESSION OR THE 8 WEEK SEASON ate Swimming Pools • Rich. Cultural Program Lake Activities e Sabbath Services dent Medical Staff e Horseback Riding loned Mature Counselors e Varied Outdoor Sports 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 OEPE RING ENDENCE MHO ENDI BUY BONDS Lodge To Present Caneer Forum Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will present a forum on the subject of cancer, its detection, prevention and treatment. The forum will be held on the regular meeting night. Tuesday. June 13. at 8:30 p.m. at Beth El and will feature Drs. Morton M. Halpern, Lawrence Adler and William Wickman. Program chairman David Stuzin of the lodge states that this is the first time a service organization has attempted to bring complete technical information to its membership on this vital subject. Dr. Wickman, in charge of the medical meeting will present a sound movie dealing with cancer. Listen to WFEC Every Monday at 10:15 A.M. Big News for the Jewish Residents of Coral Gables, the Southwest and Neighboring Areas Pennway Kosher Meat Market formerly Kenholz Kosher Market 207 Abneria Avenue (Corner Ponce de Leon Blvd.) Offers the Finest in Fresh-Killed Strictly Kosher poultry at 40c lb. 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PAGE FOURTEEN + k*vlstfk>r*tian FRIDAY, Camp Registration Open Until June 5 Registration for Camp Coral (formerly known as Camp Hillel) will close on Monday, June 5, for the first five week session, which will get underway Monday, June 19. Organized to meet the needs of families in the Coral GablesSouthwest section during the school vacation period, the camp will be in session for ten weeks on Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transportation, meals, snacks, medical and dental examinations will be offered in the program. Daily activities will include athletics, dramatics, music, arts and crafts, archery, tennis, swiming and swimming instruction and citizenship. The camp staff includes Dr. John Gallo, camp physician, and Dr. David Seitlin, camp dentistMorris "Chuck" Klein, former University of Miami athlete and local athletic director, is head counselor. A limited number of registrations will be accepted until June 5 at the Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Hebrew Academy To Hold nosing Exercises June 8 Closing day exercises for the Hebrew Academy will be held Thursday, June 8, at 1:30 p.m. at the school auditorium, 6th and Jefferson Ave.. Miami lieach. The ceremonies will feature commencement day orations by Robert Stone. Dona Makovsky. Tamra Mamches. Michael Simonhoff and a pianolog by Renah Mescheloff. A combined chorus of the Hebrew and English departments under the direction of Joseph Schreibman and Edna l Sachs will also participate. Olin C. Webb, principal of Miami Beach High School, will be principal speaker. Awards for scholarship, good citizenship, outstanding work and sportsmanship will be presented. Stone Named To | New England I Council Post Richard B. Stone LlfS Iniunnci Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. (07 Biicayne Bldg. Ph. S-616 or 4-9981 See or phene me for yaur LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Landscape Designing For New & Old Homes FREE ESTIMATES J. S. itllltlV LANDSCAPE SERVICE Phone 82-9860 Richard B. Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone of the Blackstone Hotel. Miami Beach, was this week appointed manager of the New England Councils vacation business division and executive secretary of the New England Recreational Development Committee. Stone joined the council *an in Boston last July as a business researcher after graduation from Harvard. His new position entails promotion of the vacation regions of Maine. New Hampshire. Vermont, Massachusets, Hhode Island and Conn ecticut. Swiss Knight Cheese Sold In Economy Size Gerber & Co. of New York, national distributors of imported Swiss Knight Gruyere Process Cheese, announce that in addition to the six and 12 portion round boxes, they have now ready for retailers a brand new three portion, three ounce "half moon 1 box. This new economy package should be an ideal summer seller, especially for snacks, picnics and beach parties, the distributors say. It should also help to introthis product to many new customers and expand the sales. they continue. The cover of the new b>>\ Is tical in design and appearance with the well known round and carries the distinctive red band across the label. The three one-ounce triangles are individually foil wrapped and labeled in the regular manner. Mrs. Skop Heads Rabbis 1 Wives To promote the religious and social life of Jewish communities in Florida and to assist their rabbi-husbands in the spiritual leadership of congregations wives of members of the Florida Association of Rabbis haye formed an organization to meet annually durini the state rabbinical conference. Mrs. Morris A. Skop andL Mr* Jacob Honig. wives of the rabbis of the Coral Gables Jewish Center and the Hollywood Jewish Center, were elected president and secretary for the first year. At the initial meeting of the group in Tampa, discussions were held regarding entertaining of board officers and membership; role of the rabbi's wife in the Jewish community; recommendation of young unmarried men and women to meet socially through social affairs under synagogue auspices; relationship of rabbi's wife to the sisterhoort and congregational affairs and programs. All rabbis' wives who are members of the Association of Florida Rabbis are eligible for membership and are asked to contact Mrs. Honig at the Hollywood Jewish Center. Civic League To Meet The Southwest Civic League will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, June 6, at 8:30 p.m., according to an announcement by Max Friedson, president. Highlight of the evening will be a discussion of federal aid to slum clearance by Abe Aronovitz and Roscoe Brunstetter, who will speak on opposing views on the subject. Norman R. Lyons will introduce the speakers. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FI.OIUDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1330(12. MERCEDES E. HAMMOND, Plaintiff, vs. WALTER LEWIS HAMMOND. Defendant. TO: WALTER LEWIS HAMMOND, 1215 Royal Street. New Orleans, Louisiana. YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copv of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, anil file the original answer in the office of the Cleric of the Circuit Court on or before the 29 day of June, 1950, in the above entitled cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Qontesso will be entered against you. DATED this 29 day of May, A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) v By C. R WILSON, Deputy Clerk. EMANUEL LEVENSON, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1407 Biscayne Building;, Miami 32, Florida 8/2-9-16-23 LEGAL K TICE NOT,CE NA N M D | R NOTICE iff'&tt!' fjpss the undersiK,,^"^^'W;, business under thV iSl> Star I.iin,,.. £;.!?• "min 8UrU.ii.or BtoSVifi 3rd1 Avenue, Mi.,,,,,* \ 1 H Said IiailH Witt! Circuit Coun ,'f fh.^V B urt of Da&cSP'l STAR TRArMV^JL MYERH, HESSS'Sl S/2S S/2-S-m name with t ST.' NOTICE UNDM nmd stfffluJJ&WlV gcrasv&Si Soda-Bar at 1020 N w**J Miami. Kla„ Inunq tiV name with the Clerk ./? Court of Dad* Co^-,%1. RAYMOND COW M. | JURuT 8 P **? 50! Biscayne Buildinc V r 6/ e 2 y .9^C A PP C "" NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY. No. 133075. HELEN CONFORTI, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN CONFORTI, Defendant TO: JOHN CONFORTI Residence Unknown ,„_ r „ T „ .. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTF1ED that a suit for divorce has been brought against you by HELEN CONFORTI and you are required to serve a. cop> of your written defenses, if any. on the Plaintiff's Attorney, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on orbefore the day of June, 1950, In default of which the Bill of Complaint will be Uken as confessed against you. DATED this 2S ^O^May.^950. Clerk of the Circuit Court. .Circuit Court SU) R WCE JR Deputy Clerk GEORGE J. TALIANOFF 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 6/2-9-16-23 ^^^___ 1329:'3 '" CHAS OAROLINK SANDS PUIM To. Mr Frederick A. Saik" c/o Mrs. Eileen Bake? !" 4205 48th Avenue oodsidi-, long Ighnj YOU ARE HESEWBU serve a copy of vour AuL, Bill of Complaint In the £,' for Divorce, on the pah? torneys, and file the LEGAL NOTICE SEITLIN & COMPANY ?~*~*> NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 111293-D. DANIEL C.LADSTONE, Plaintiff, vs. PEARL GLADSTONE. Defendant. TO: PEARL C.LADSTONE c. o Samuel Knauer J08 S Ird Avenue Highland Park New Brunswick, New Jersey YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that .t Bill of Complaint fur Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy ,lf swei t-> the BUI of Complaint MII Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original Answer in the Office "f the C .K uthe circuit Court, pi before the -Tth day of June. the allegations of said Hill be Uken as confessed against :• DATED this 26 day .f May, lS0. E, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk % %  the Cii ill C >ui L It i .: >• .ill By WM. w. ST< ICKING, Deput) Clerk STREET A: GREENFIELD \. rneya for Plaintiff B) Lee Greenfield 850 Lincoln Ru.il Miami Beach, Florida i 6/2-9-16-23 office of the Clerk of S L Court, on or before WsJ otherwise said BUI of C be taken as confessed bv n Dated this 22 da>of JUv" E. B. LEAir Clerk of the C Dade Count)', (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. ST MYERS, HEIMAN fuSM Attorneys for Plaintiff 650 Seybold Building Miami, Fk.rlda 5/26 6/2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—IN CHANCERY. No. 133095. AMY RIVK1N. Plaint 1 ". HERBERT DAVID-R1VKIN. Defendant. TO: Mr. Herbert David Rlvkln 175 Beach 79th Street YOI^^RE^HER^BY NOTIFIED that a Bill of CompUlnt for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve couj of vour Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney, and hie the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Sth day of June, 19*0. in default of which, the Bill, of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. __, DoN'E ami ORDERED at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 29th day f "** "%. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Beal)^ ( ^^ Deputy Clerk. i.i.i i SHEINER Attorne) for Plaintiff 1204-05 Pacific Buililing 2. Florida i %  mi -7674. •; 2-9-16-21 NOTICE OF SALE IN THE COUNTY, JUDGES I IN AND FOR DADE 01 FLORIDA. IN PB0B 23794. In Re: Estate of Theodoulos Kakaoii. DM,. Notice is hereby given tsat %  to the order of the above COOT May IS. 1950. a public silt estate's assets, to-vit, a ot Interest in the chatted and known as Pete'i Bar B-Q, at 2.137 R W. Stli Strut, Florida, shall be held at t:N Monday, June :>, IN*, 811', Sth Street, Miami. Fior:d. I| i purpose of paynf l Re debl*' I estate. The sale shall be cOi by the undfraifaed admuilstral the above estate and shall be for the beat price obtainable Dated May tt, V. ANDREAS CHR1ST0D Administrator UKBMAX AM' BOBBi A .:..iiistratot 60S! I -ding M. %  .". 28 • ST. Ml FLA. • PHONE 9-3836 J ACE BUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FUHNITURE CLEANING NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Jack Rosen has withdrawn, effect i v.Mav 22, 1950 from THE COUNTY FAIR AUCTIONEERS. :.•>! N W. 27th Avenue, Dade County. Florida, which will henceforth be conI tlnued as a sole proprietorship by I Joseph Wetnbers; who has assumed all the, liabilities thereof. JACK ROSENJOSEPH WEINBERQ /2-9-16-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that dersigned, desiring to engage In bui sess under the fictilkius nam.ol Imperial Hotel ;u *$-'-2 %  w. Stn Street, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with th.Clerk % %  : Hie Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERT SWARTZ BELLE SWARTZ MAURICE LEFCOE EDYTHE W. LEFCOb MYERS", HEIMAN & KAPI^AN 650 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. Attorneys for Imperial Hotet 6/2-9-l-2S The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH GORDON ROOFING AMD SHEET METAL WORKS Have jrovr reef repaired now; yew will save en a now roof later •'•atiafsetory War* by Experienced Men" 414 •• w. ftnd Avenue PHONE MM NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW _, NOTICE IS HEREBY GrV*EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslnes under the fictitious name or B. K. SERVICE STATION at 299 N W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with tni Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. — RAYMOND KHOURY VICTOR BULOS WILLIAM I. BRENNER Attorney for Raymond Khoury and Victor Bulos 5, .'6 6/2-9-16 NOTICE OP SHERIFF; IN THE SMALL CUT FIFTH P1STR1 vi i •l;li i v —N %  MAN., ru II id by virtue: o :* ex, • %  i \ulf l cause % %  %  bldd, : • JERKY REGAN n T ^ n % P !" | DATED the wfcgr,] Constable, D*"** 5th District (S a nv IOHN A. WHAtf! 311 Lincoln Roaa 5/19-26 • W Builders of Immortal Meatrials fir the Jewish Trade MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling • Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Care Prv-Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Feature* Ideally Located Near WMt Floater at 53rd Avenue General Office—Olympia Bldg. For Information Phone 3-3710 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec Vice-President ROBERT Y AFFEY. Sates Direotor li Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MA RKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sunday" Phone 4-334* NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGETS COFRT IN A NO FOR DADE COI NT\. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 11894. In Re: ESTATE OF ANNA KORETZKT, To All Creditors and All Persons Haying Claims or Demands Against ham Estate: .,. Tou, and each of you, are heret>> notified and required to present an> claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have againm ine estate of Anna Koretiky. deceased, lists of I>ade County, Florida, to tne Hun. W. F. Blanton, County Judge oi Dade County, and file the same in His office In the County Courthouse_ in I>ade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date Of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal aodress of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same ; will be barred. See Sfction ISO of the 1933 Probate Act. Date May ^& "^RETZKV. As Administrator of the Estate of Anna KoreUky. Deceased. EL.RY STONE Congress Building Attorney for Administrator. i i / /I--lt I USE THESE COLUMNS FOB I YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISING vs. ttLAl* 1 Defendant TO: OLADYS 8. 3M *onH >*JS Newark v >', J ^M You arc l"'*^| ""'^i'Bin'ot cS>* which ta enclo* w original In ^J !" ^ erj the Circuit Couf'ujj.oJ day of May. !••„ ,, E AT Clerk of tM (Circuit Court Se „__, BEN M^S&n Attorney l<* J'L gJS Seyh"' 0 "' Miami. Fla. 5/19-2* 6 -:E U NDEB LA*,, business under t ^ 8th Street lr • ^ Miami• ln 'f e n r k of W with the '-'^"porlfc-rtj Dad. CountJ^^g gl SS Owner



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jpAY, JUNE 2, 1950 LEGAL NOTICES +Jfn>isti fhrec/iar? IN TV. — '-.: %  STEIN. Plaintiff, vs. .' STEIN, Defendant. %  BOS| 'TEIN J street fork ,1 to serve n copy of the Bill of Complaint i the plaintiffs attorney, original answer In the ,. clerk of the Circuit i„ for,ill-until clay of x |p jo otherwise, the Bin for Divorce, will ml Florida, this the Siv ol May, '• i: B, LEATHBRMAN, clerk of the circuit Court. bade County, Florida. „ii Court SeaD By: M. C. FBK1H, Deputy Clerk. f and A Idreaa of •iffj solicitor: •!,S A FRIEDMAN gjybold Building Flo Ida. l/t-9-16 heretofore taken as conINOTICE BY PUBLICATION tHK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IjIllNJAMIN PAUL HENRY Pearl 8tn el Icon. Missouri l iii'hereby onlered and required Brve a copy of your Answer to the of Complaint, a copy of which %  closed herewith, on Plaintiffs f„. nd file the original In the of Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court befon the 15th Pay of June. %  otherwise th.' alienations of said |of Complaint win be taken as *sed by you. |t.,i || Miami, Florida, this 16th V Ma) i: I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk of tbe Circuit Court. uit Co II t Seal) By: M ESSEN, ESQ., • i plaintiff Building, ) PI • C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. PAGE FIFTEEN LEGAL NOTICE VI III REBECCA PORTNQY t&St&gjsr*' m ri *> ">•! E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Curl of ||„. Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and • fw f or ,. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By W.M. VV. STOCK IN.; 8HSS&. !" !" ASBS? Clerk Attorneys at I,aw 1214-19 Congress Building Miami, Florida a/26 6/2-9-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ___ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKIIV 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 MYF.RS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 5/M 6/2-9-16 IK NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Coral Gate Medical Building at 31S" S.W. 22nd St., Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. LENA FEINSTEIN ZIMMERMAN Owner MYERS, HEIMAN A.KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant /2t; i: 1-9-16 JOTIC.E ?.r P^irRT T OFTHE I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION -UN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 132721. WALTER ROBERT LEVITT, Plaintiff, vs. ALMA LEVITT. Defendant. TO: ALMA LEVITT 132-20 226th Street Laurelton, L. I. New York You are hereby notified that a suit for divorce has been brought against you as above styled and you are I nereby required to serve a copy of your answer to tinBill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of June, 1950, otherwise a decree pro confesso may be entered against you. Dated, May 12, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. fcVENTH Jl'DlCIAL CIRCUIT, ASH FOR DADE COUNTY; Bit IDA. IN CHANCERY, No. [ [LANGER, Plaintiff, vs. ANNA ROF.R, Defendant. |MNA LANGER -•'i Av< nua bklyn. New York HEREBY NOTIFIED Bill bat you Divorce has been filed in the above entitled eby required >y of your Answer to the m the Plaintiffs i file the original In the • rk of Circuit Court on 16th, A. D. 1950. I 7" JED I Miami, Florida, this 1 If May, \ D, 1950. E B. LEATHERMAN. th. circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and lor Dade County, Florida. |lt Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. >T, SILVER, l WAYNE. leys for Plaintiff • -s Building Florida 6 2-9 I0TICE TO CREDITORS IE c-i \ T y .iincrrs COURT |f\.\|. FOR DADE COUNTY, IDA — IX I'ROBATE, No. M 'TE OF II' ZAVON, MURRAY GOODMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olvmpln Building Miami, Florida 5/19-26 6/2-9 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk, i i ;'. i fSstat %  and "id All Persons Havor Demands Against h of you, are hereby i liti-il to present any '"i nds which yon, or i. may have against the \\ iii ZAVON, deceased, 1 1 ounty, Florida, to the I; RLANTON, County Judge %  and file the same in the County Courthouse Florida, within eight nth from the date of tho i"" hereof, said claims contain the legal ad1 "i inl and to be sworn 1 o ns aforesaid, or same 1 Hee Section 120 of the Ac t. K A.D. 1950. ROBERT H. ZAVON, tor of the Last Will and of DAVID ZAVON. } %  FRIEDMAN < % %  Executor W-16 P' bll Ii thai, ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I.. NAME LAW | r ;,.' S f'^REBY GIVEN that Tun, I, ,u ,s .. rl "5 1" engage In liiniiei the fictitious name of th?% ilt lm N -W. 1st !^;. L "V of Miami. Intend 'id name with the Clerk ourt of Dade County, I'Cllit ( WSfl"f "' Applicants Road !E I NA N .?| R L A r J, CT,T,OU8 ,. name &2n£T Court Si -IT,7 -'"'MPTT M %  ,w TATIn>,S INC. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY, Pl.t ilil DA.—No. 20606. RE: ESTATE OF IRVING GREENBERG, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that 1 have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as ancillary executrix of the estate of IRVING GREENBERG, deceased; and that on the. 14 day of June, 1950, I will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County. Florida. for aporoval of said final report ana for final discharge .,s ancillary executrix of the estate of IRVING, GREENBERG, d lased. This 12th day of May. 1950. ETHEL GREENBERG MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Ancillary Executrix 5/19-26 6/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tho fictitious name of Are Employment Service at 127 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. SAM GREENBERG NAT LAWRENCE Partners 5/26 6/2-9-16 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 132715. WILLIAM KRANZ, Plaintiff, vs. ANNA KRANZ. Defendant. TO: ANNA KRANZ, 180 Riverside Drive New York N Y YOU ARE "HEREBY NOTIFIED that a bill of complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of vc::answer to the bill of complaint on the plaintiff's attorney and fllo the original answer In the office of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of June, 19>0, in default of which the bill of complaint will be taken as confessed •.gainst you. %  Dated this 12 day of May. 19a0. 1-;. it. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Plaintiff 611 Biscay ne Building Miami, Florida. 6/19-26 6/2-9 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. ...... mnraui A HRRTKOD i ^^ 1 E S H BERa Attorneys-nt-law 607-8 Olympla Building Miami. Klorlda 6 26 6 2-s-lg IV N r?n! CE ,, 0F MA STERS SALE IN I HE CIRCUIT COURT oF Till.*VEMTH JUDICIAL 1 CUtCUTT •\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY "jgglDA.IX CHANCERY. No! undersigned, as Special Master, under and by virtue of the Flna Decree of Foreclosure heretofore ORl§ J X R v >R S, O R T. and 3"ZABETH .'. V %  %  ?'. ''.'. w,f '"' **• Plaintiffs, and < ASA LOMA MOTEL COMPANY, Florida corporation, Is defendant I as .Special Master In Chancery appointed by ihe Court In snld decree. under and by virtue of the terms thereof will offer for sale and sell at public outcry to Ihe highest and best bidder for cash at the South front door of the Court House of Dade County In the city of Miami, Florida, on the 12th day of June, A. D. 1950, between the hours of eleven o'clock A. M. and two o'clock P. M., the same being a legal sales day and the hours Ihe legal hours of 'sale, the following described property situate In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: FIRST TRACT: Beginning at the SW corner of the SW, of the NEK of the NW ', of See. :: %  !, Township .",1 South, Range 4'' East, said point also being the SW corner of I*>t Three CD. Block Three (3), HALLANDALE, according to the prat thereof recorded in Plat Book "B". Page IS, of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida, run in an Easterly direction along the southerly line of said Lot I, Block :;. or the southerly line of Of the SW', of the NEW of the NW', of said Sec. :t|, u distance, of 663.49 ft. to a point, said point j St., being the Intersection of the last mentioned line with the westerly right of way line of Male Road No, l, or Federal Highway U. s. No. i. thence run in a northeasterly direction deflecting 65 degi.es, |g minutes, 11 seconds to the left along tinwesterly line of said State Road No. 4, a distance of 5.68 ft. to a point, said point being the intersection of ihe westerly line of said State Road No. 4, with Ihe westerly line of l.ot I or the easterly line of Lot :i, Block 3, HALLANDALE, above mentioned, thence continue lit a northeasterly direction along Ihe last mentioned course produced Northeasterly along the westerly line of said Stale Road No. 4, as described in Right-ofway Deed recorded in Deed Book NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED .^ !" .„. PILE 447Ii NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ben Boskin, holder of Everglades Drainage District Tax Bale Certificates numbered 3I. 5959, and 65S7. dated the ...st day of May, A.M. I'M,', !>.: rued said certificates In my | and has mad.application f..i "t.,\ deed I.'.',.. ..'• ,""""" In accordance with a. Saul certificates embwe-e the [""owing descr d property, situated I" Dade County, State of Mori la, (o v.V 01 in'' 1 ",""'" ? "' fl "'D Snnfords Sub., l lat Book i, Pag* 26. (boated in Dade (ounty. Slate of Florid*; embraced in Certificate No. 4531 The wen! of Bald property under the said certificate Issued was in name of Frederick Banna. LOtj46, Riviera Park, Plat Book IS. th, Page r,Jocated In Dade County, state of hiorlda, as embraced In Certificate -No. ,..i.,. The assessment of said property under the said certificate BuSSmsT** ,e ame of F,: ,k '' _Lota 2S & 29, Block 5, Llndlev Perrine. Center, A Sub., plat Book 25, ,fti !" L r aW In Dade County, State v„ -,• 55 '"'braced in Certificate .10. btio,. rile assessment of said property under the said certificate Jssued was in the name of Will H. Unless said certificates shall be rewm"h" • H, nor ,l ; K y of May, A.D. 19o0. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, /r., %  ,, 1> v< 1 County. Florida. (Circuit. Court Seal) By N. C. STERRETT. .V.--12-19-26 6/2 1 PU,y C erk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE isHEREBY GIVEN that tho undersign,..!, desiring to engage in business under the. fictitious name of 1 laymates Sport Togs at 132 N W 24th street, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida LEON B BROWN SARA L. BROWN SIDNEY: BOBBINS Attorney fur Applicants 901 N. E. 2nd Avcnu* ". 26 II'2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name 01 CraftWOOd Products at 27.") N.W. 27th titends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. R< >BERT L. SHNAYERSON I wn,-r S 5-12-19-26 6 2 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT <>F TUB ELEVENTH JL' IAI. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY I'. 1 :" 1 ; i''\ IN CHANCERY, No. EDWARD A. QLYNN, Plaintiff, vs. FLORENCE OLYNN. Defendant I": l-'l.' IRENCE GLYNN, 3n Locust Hill Avi nue, Yonkers, New York. YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a nopy of your answer t., (he bill of complain) on the i lalntlffx attorney, •""l file the original answer in tlio offlc he c:eik of the Cin ill Court on or before the 2 day ,.t June, .a the above entitled pause for divorce, otherwise a Decrre Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED this 2 dav of Mav, 1930 B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Sea II By WM. W. STOCKING, EMANUEL LEVENSON 1 ."""'' ^^ Attorney for Plaintiff, 607 Biscayne Building, Miami 32. Florida. 5/S-1J.U-26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI.OR1DA. |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—IN CHANCERY, No. 132363. ROSE SLOTZ. Plaintiff, vs. MOSES SLOT/.. Defendant. TO: MR. MOSES SIXITZ R. D. No. 1 Box 27S West Albany. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFE}> that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has lieu filed against you, and yflgj are hereby required to serve a ropy of your Answer to the Bill of Comalalnt on the plaintiff's attorney, ami file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or In-fore the 29th day of May. 1950, In default of which, the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against v.ci. Ho.NE and ORDERED at -Miami. Dado County, Florida, this 2Mb day of April, 1950. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. LEO 8HEINER Attorney for Plaintiff 1204-03 Pacific Building Miami 32, Florida Phone: >2-7674. B/5-12-19-26 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. l r .79, .Page 24, Public Records of ",,,,' ,, Dade County, Florida, a distance nl,,Z „„ Of 94.35 ft. to the point of beginning \!,„L I of 94.35 ft. 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 Westerly line of said State Road No. 4, a distance of 100 ft. to a point, thence run westerly along a line deflecting to the left 114 degrees, 31 minutes, 49 seconds along a line being parallel to and 181.948 ft. distant northerly from the south line of said Lots 3 and 4, Block 3, HALLANDALE, a instance of 7,'ii).:;:i ft. to a point, said point being on the westerly line of said Lot 3, Block 3, HALLANDALE. then,,, run southerly along a line deflecting 91 degrees, 13 minutes, 03 seconds to the left along the westerly line of said l,nt ::, Block 3, a distance of 91.11 ft. to a point, thence run easterly along a line deflecting to the lefl s ^ degrees, 46 minutes, r7 seconds, along a line parallel to and :•" i'7l ft. distant northerly from the south line of said Lots 3 and 4, Block 8, HALLANDALE, a distance of 706.93 ft. to the point of beginning of the tract ol land herein described, containing I..",2 acres, more or less: SECOND TRACT: Being a portion of the Southwest Quarter is\\'',) of the Northeast Quarter (NE',1 Of the Northwest Quarter (NW 1 ,) and the Southeast Quarter tSE' 4 ) of the Northeast Quarter (N'K',1 of the Northwest Quarter t.N'W',1 of Section 34, Township 51 .South, Range 42 East, Dade County, Florida, described as follows: Beginning at a point on the West line of said SWVi of NB*4 of NW'., located 1S2.00 feet North of the Southwest corner of said SW'4 thence run easterly parallel to and 1SI.948 feet North of the South line of said SW!4 and SEVi, 750 39 feet to the Westerly Rightof-Way line of Federal Highway IT S. No. 1; thence run Northeasterly along said Right-ofVVay 100.00 feet; thence run Westerly parallel to and 272.922 feet -North of the South line of said SW% and SEW 79S.84 feet to the said West line of BWMi thence Run southerly along said West line 91 00 feet to the point of beginning. Containing 1.6 acres, more or less. ,. The said property ns aforesaid, together with all the tenements, hei itaments and thereunto belonging, appertaining, being all liens of record, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND l-'nl; DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1326S4. James Phillip Gradwell, Plaintiff, vs. Janel L. Gradwell, Defendant. Janet L. Gradwell 655 W. Johnson street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c/o Eldridge. You are required to serve a copy of your answer to ihe Bill of Complaint for Divorce on th Plantlff 8 attorney, and to file the original answer In the the Clerk of the Circuit or before the 12th dav of June, A.D. I960, otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Daled at Miami, Florida, this the 10 day of May, 1950. E. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Keal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, 1033 Beybold Building Miami, Florida. ."i/12-19-2fi /2 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED PILE |s7'.S Notice Is i, reby given that Ben holder of City of Miami Tax sal.Certificate Numbered 3672, dated the 2nd dav ..f June, A.D, 1947, has filed said Certificate in my office, and has mad.application for tax deed to le thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wit: L.t 2.".. Blk. I. Subdivision of Da la Miller Tract Addition Number I. Plat Book 2, Page 70, In the City of Miami, County of Dade, state of Florida. Tho assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was In the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue t! on the '1th dav of June, A.D. I'.'".". Dated this 3rd day of May. A.D. 1950 E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. C, STERRETT. Deputy Clerk. 5/5-12-19-26 6/2 appurtenances or In anywise sold subject to to satisfy said de DATBD this 12th day of May, A. D. 195 AMOS BENJAMIN, Special Master in Chancery. ALFRED KREISLER -s,,',i,-nor for Plaintiffs 1009 Pan American Bank Building Miami, Florida 5/19-21 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No, 24144. Ill Re: ESTATE OF ARTHUR WEIL, I le. e.lSe.l. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. anrl 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 Arthur Well, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge Of Dade County, and file the same In hi. office In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of tho claimant and to lie sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date May 9, A,D. 1950. FRED R. IIERCHER, As Administrator of the estate of Arthur Weil. Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator. 5/12-19-26 6/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHEF FOODS at 2317 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the> Circuit Court of Bade County. Florida. HOLD-RICH CORPORATION By Audrey Esther Goldflnger Vice President 5/6-12-19-26 ii 2 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 2IS9.V RE: ESTATE OF IRVING R. BECKER, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed mv final report and petition for Final Discharge as administratrix of the estate of Irving R. Becker, deceased; and that on the 15th day of June, 19.10, I will apply to the Honorable W, F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of Irving R. Becker, deceased. This 3rd day of May, 1950. BEVERLY BECKER. MARK SILVERSTEIN Attorney for Administratrix NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. in 2.: 23. EVE ROMERO LEVY. Plaintiff, VS. GILBERT LEVY. Defendant. TO: GILBERT LEVY 100 Woodruff Avenue Prookhn. 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 Plaintiff's nttorney, and file the original In the orric, of the ciet-k of the Circuit Court on or before June 9th, 19.1". HATED at Miami, Florida, this 9 day of May, A.D. I960. E. B, LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and for Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputv Clerk. PALLOT, SILVER, TAT1IAM ,>t WAYNE Attorneys for Plaintiff 1214-19 Congress Building Miami. Florida 5/12-19-26 6/2 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. % %  i i Ii r „



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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 2, 1950

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
23NUMBER 22
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
^Submits New Jerusalem FliDiSSa^DSA1S2
lieved that all these matters
should be brought under direct
United Nations responsibility.
The main lines of the plan
proposed by the Israel govern-
ment follow:
(a) A statute should be
adopted whereby the rights of
the United Nations in respect
of the Holy Places in Jerusalem
would be derived directly from
the General Assembly and ac-
cepted by all parties concerned.
The authority of the United
Nations in the Holy Places
would thus take statutory form
and not depend upon a con-
tractual agreement, as in the
Israel pian submitted to the
Fourth Session.
(b) There should be appointed
a United Nations representa-
tive, or such other organ as
may be found appropriate, for
the discharge on behalf of the
United .Nations of the functions
prescribed regarding the Holy
Places in Jerusalem. This re-
presentative or organ should
constitute an independent au-
thority deriving its powers
(Continued on Page 4)
tails of a plan for doubling the
city's population within the next
four to five years and extending
its area from the present 30,000
[SUCCESSIn a new plan for solving the Jerusalem
the Government of Israel today proposed that the | Jerusalem Hears Plans
hions adopt and implement a statute empowennq a v. n i i i
Cons authority to take effective control of Jerusalem's! T Double Population
fs and all other related matters of universal religious | JElSSL^hZfii
Jial memorandum sub-
lAubrey S. Eban, per-
lresentative of Israel to
n Nations, to Roger
lesident of the Trustee-
lil, the Israel govern-
jted the statute drawn
Trusteeship Council in
the grounds that "the
J the people of Jeru-
Idispensable to the ef-
Ictioning of the city's
" and that "religious
ot be secured by poli-
pssion."
[lg its desire to rescue
bjectives of the United
Jerusalem from the
statue, the Israel gov-
roposed a simple and
Iternative.
Bel government em-
hat "the preservation
Places; the assurance
j of access and pilgrim-
beaceful settlement of
lisputes; the mainten-
fsting rights under in-
sanction and the un-
iursuit of religious life
fters of recognized in-
concern." Israel be-
Opposition To Developing Arms Race
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Gov- an end to the discrimination
ernment of Israel is satisfied with J hitherto practiced in the shipment
the opposition displayed by the' of arms and war supplies to
American. British and French > Middle East countries,
governments against the develop- The Israel government notes
ment of an arms race in the i with particular satisfaction, the
Middle East, an Israel Foreign I spokesman continued, that the
- Ministry spokesman declared. He i joint declaration asserts unalter-
J,000 was cornmenting on the Big Three i able opposition to the use of force
SiRhD JK STBj^Statement announcing that arms j or the threat of force in the
slums. deliveries to the Middle East are 1 Middle East. He emphasized that
The population of the New City i conditional upon the assurance the government seizes this op-
of Jerusalem has reached 110,000,
representing an increase of 30.000
in the past year, it was revealed
here. During the same period 200
industrial plants and workshops
were established, providing em-
ployment for 10,000 workers.
The amount of capital invested
in Jerusalem industries in the
past year reached some S4,200.000.
The Israel government appropri-
ated $840,000 for expanding the
that the purchasing state does not
intend to undertake aggressive
action against any other state.
"The fact that arms and war
materiel have hitherto been sup-
plied to states which did not cease
to threaten a renewal of the war
against Israel and which to this
day obstinately refuse to make
peace still remains a source of
grave concern." the Israel spokes-
continued. He voiced the
portunity to reassert its desire for
a final peace settlement with the
Arab states and once again re-
peats its invitation to each and
every Arab state to enter into
immediate negotiations for such
a settlement.
It is the unalterable policy of
Israel to promote security, friend-
ship and cooperation in its rela-
tions with all of her neighbors
for prosperity and stability in the
Middle East and for peace among
- man
water supply for Jerusalem and I Jewish state's interpretation of. ivnuuie r.a=>i a..u ^ *""** ""'"""
settlements in the Jerusalem cor- \ the joint American British -1 all nations, the spokesman con-
ridor sector. French declaration as signifying eluded._________________________
Big Three Agree To Supply
Arms To Israel, Arab States
Ward, Dr. Sanders Named
nding Citizens Off 1949
' president of the Dade County Bar
Association, who announced the
names of the two winners at
Sunday evening's rally.
Miss Ward received the honor
for "her generous contribution to
the welfare of the community's
youth." Dr. Sanders was honored
for "his distinguished achieve-
ments in the field of medicine,
especially his part as one of
ly Ward, director of
Daily News Youth
I and Dr. Murray
earch professor of the
[of Miami, were se-
|the outstanding man
of 1949 in a mam-
ptic rally at Bayfront
ihell Sunday evening.
\g cups were presented
I M. Lipton, president
Federal Savings and the c.-discover.: of the drug.
Iiation and sponsor of aureo.iiy. In. _.,___
Con*:es.- ......elei.' William
|d for the title of out- Lantaff was principal speaker of
>men were Mrs. Louis | the evening and County Comm-
as. John Kronenfeld. I sioner Jesse Yai borough was
master of ceremonits. lr.e in-
vocation and benediction were
given by the Rev. George H.
Ricks, pastor of the Miami Shores
Presbyterian Church.
A musical program was pro-
vided by Caesar LaMonca and his
band while the vocalizing was
done by Tenor Robert Barry.
Chairman of the Outstanding
Citizens' Awards Committee was
Louis Snetman, Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith. Working with Snet-
man were Sanford Swerdlin,
Marvin Rauzin and Marx Faber.
la Weiss, Mrs. Laura
A. W. Scott, Mrs.
6r, Mrs. T. T. Stevens,
arns Hicks, Mrs. Rus-
and Miss Ward.
for the men were
hdman, Rabbi Max
kavid Rabinowitz, E.
Jot, Jack Bell, Jack
|ice Officer Bill Voges,
Karl E. Engel, Frank
William Imand, Dr.
phe and Dr. Sanders,
of the judges' corn-
John H. Wahl, Jr.,

WASHINGTON, (JTA)Presi-
dent Truman today announced
that a major agreement has been
reached between the United
States, Britain and France with
regard to the question of supply-
ing arms and war material to the
Arab states and Israel on the
basis of their needs to maintain
a certain level of armed forces
for the purpose of assuring their
internal security and their legiti-
mate self-defense. The possibili-
ty that they may play a part in
the defense of the Middle Eastern
area as a whole was also taken
into consideration.
The text of the agreement,
which was made public Thursday
simultaneously in Washington,
London and Paris, was handed
over this morning by the State
Department separately to the
diplomatic representatives of the
Arab states and to Israel Am-
bassador Eliahu Elath. In an-
nouncing the agreement at his
press conference today, President
Truman said:
"The participation of the Unitea
States government in the declara-
tion emphasizes this country's de-
sire to promote the maintenance
of peace in the Near East. It is
the belief of the United States
government that the declaration
will stimulate, in the Arab coun-
tries and Israel, increased con-
fidence in future security, thus
accelerating the progress now
being made in the Near East and
contributing toward the well-
being of the peoples there.
Top-level government officials,
commenting on the American-
British-French declaration, said
that there is every evidence that
the document will be well re-
kt.ianding man and woman of 1949. Dr. Murray Sander.
>ofessor of the University of Miami (ascend fron,>UJ
[Betty Ward, editor of the Miam D^JKJSS
Vag. (third from toft), are shown with "oph.'s PWMMJO
b Joseph M. Lipton. praaidant f+~J LouU
W Loan Association, and sponsor of the msTZT
:haixm.n of the Outstanding Citizens' **"%;
d by Shotom Lodg.. B'nai B'rith. ia pictured to we
I Sanders.
JNF Flower Days
Annual Jewish National
Fund Flower Days will be
held on June 3. 4. 5. according
to Daniel M. Broad, chairman
of the event. At that time
volunteer workers will cover
the streets of Greater Miami
with Jewish National Fund
Blue Boxes.
Organizations which will
participate in the Flower Days
include Pioneer Women Or-
ganizations, Mizrachi Women
Organizations; Zionist Organ-
ization of America, Young
Zionist Districts, Senior Ha-
dassah Groups, Junior Hadas-
sah Groups and the Jewish
National Worker's Alliance.
ceived by Israel and the Arab i ment is completely satisfied that
states. They pointed out that the I there is no threat to peace in the
U S government does not expect Middle East and that none of the
the three-power agreement to re- states in that area has aggressive
suit in an increase of activity in | intentions, nor is any state now
the arms race between Israel and j in a position to launch effective
the Arab countries. They also ex- aggressive warfare,
pressed the hope that the agree- I Sources close to the state De-
ment will encourage Arab-Israel'partment's Munitions Export Con-
negotiations for peace treaties trol Section insisted today that
through the U.N. Palestine Con- t Israel has submitted a list ot
ciliation Commission. arms she wishes to buy and that
American diplomats hailed the the arms, with some exceptions,
agreement as an indication that have been generally approved,
the three powers will act together | The quantity Israel has received
on Middle East policy. An ap- I here was said to be considerable,
paratus for the exchange of in- although it was added that the
formation among the three powers ] total arms shipments to the Mid-
on the arms situation in the! die East were of insignificant
Middle East and shipments to that proportions. Only arms commer-
aiea has been created, they ^- dally available are being licensed
vealed They also revealed that for sale by the United States. Jet
Congressional leaders were con- planes, however, are considered
suited by the State Department in this category, it was indicated,
before the three-powers aeciara- It was also revealed here that
Uon was drawn up. the U. S. government stipulated
State Department officials em- that the joint American-Br.tish-
Dhastzed the fact that Israel has French declaration should have no
SS more American muni-. bearing on the State Depar -
tions than the Arab states. They I merit's consideration of Jany par-
also insist that the U. S. govern- (Continued irom Page 1,
Text Off Big Three Agreement
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Following is the text of the joint
statement issued on the American-British-French agreement on arms
to Middle East countries:
"The governments of the United Kingdom. France and the
United States, having had occasion during, the recent Fore gn
Ministers' meeting in London to review certain questions affecting
the peace and stability of the Arab states and of Israel, and
Particularly that of the supply of arms and war material to these
states have resolved to make the following statement:
states nave^ ^^ governments recognize that the Arab states
and Israel all need to maintain a certain level of armed forces for
th f purpose of assuring their internal security ^d their legitimate
self-defense and to permit them to play their part in the defense
of the area as a whole. All applications for arms or war materials
for these countries will be considered in the light of these
Principles. In this connection the three governments w.sh to recall
ol reaffirm the terms of the statements made by their representa-
tives on the Security Council on August 4. 1949 in which they
declared their opposition to the development of an arms race
between the Arab states and Israel. ____
"2 The three governments declare that assurances have been
received from all the states in question, to which they permit
arms to be supplied from their countries, that the purchasing state
aoes not intend to undertake any act of aggression against any
other state. Similar assurances will be requested for any other tate
in the area to which they permit arms to. be supplied in the future.
m .f, dreThe three governments take this opportunity of declaring
their deep interest in and their desire to promote the establish-
ment ^maintenance of peace and stability in the area and heir
unalterable opposition to the use of force or threat of force
between any of the states in that area. The three governments
should they find that any of these states are preparing to violate
frontiers or armistice lines, would, consistently with their obliga-
tions as members of the United Nations, immediately take action
both within and outside the United Nations, to prevent such
violation."
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Baccalaureate Service
Baccalaureate services for
the Jewish graduates of Miami
High School will be held at
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation on Sunday. June
1. at 8 p.m.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, head
of the state rabbinical group.
will offer the invocation and
greet the guests. The bacca-
laureate sermon will be de-
livered by Rabbi Simon April,
spiritual leader of the congre-
gation. Cantor Berele Kelemer
will provide the musical por-
tion of the program.
Federation Executive Committee
Chosen By Board Of Governors
The board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
1 its first meeting on Tuesday
::.-.nt at Federation headquarters
At that time members of th"
executive committee were elected
They include Sam Blank. Joseph
Duntov. Irving Frankel. San;
Fiiedlar.d. Mrs. Louis Glasser,
Leon Kaplan. M. J. Kopelowitz,
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Sam Lach-
mpn, Sidney Lefcourt. Mrs. Ben-
jamin Meyers, Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers. Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Judge
Harold B. Spaet, Joseph R. Stein,
Car! Weinkle and Dr. M. J. Glick.
Federation officers and chair-
men of standing committees
automatically become members of
the executive unit. Committee
chairman appointed by William
D. Singer. Federation president,
include Dr. Morris Goodman,
Howard Kane. Aaron M. Kanner,
Max Meisel, Stanley C. Myers
and Col. Elry Stone.
Also named at the meeting
were members of the budget com-
mittee. New members of the
group include Sidney Ansin.
Harry Blumin. Leon Ell. Julius
Gaines. William Kneapler, Ehiel
LesowadieT, I. L. Mintzer, Rabbi
Morris A. Skop. Harold Unger-
feider, Ira Walsey and Mrs. Simon
Wolff. Re-elected were Leo
Chaikin. George Chertkof, Milton
A: Friedman. Ben Gillcr. Mrs.
Abe Goodman. Emil J. Gould.
M. J. Kopelowitz. Laurence
L* venson, Henry Wolff and Irv-
ing Cypen.
Singer was instructed by the
i to appoint a committee to
y organizational member-
ship in Federation.
Sidney Lefcourt. retiring chair-
! the budge: commit!! e, an-
nounced that a sub-committee of
::t has been conferring with
iry agencies with a
:ing allocation cuts
by the Federation's
re to mi ial.
In tin- absence of Campaign
. man Dan B. Ruskin. Morris
H;iflasKSi!i
Seat Mars.
I'llBl tO
Altholz
Klass. executive director of Fed-
eration, reported that approxi-
mately SI.200.000 has been
pledged to date and that $50,000
more is expected before the close
of the year.
Immediately following the
board meeting, the newly elected
executive committee met briefly
to discuss the personnel code.
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Returning After Year
Of Study At Sorbonne
Alan Baskin. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Baskin. 1301 S.W. 21st
Ave will arrive in New York
aboard the He de
France on Tues-
day, June 6.
The young
man, who has-
spent the past
year studying at
Sorbonne Uni-
versity in Paris,
is expected ; in
Miami the fol-
lowing week
During his stay
abroad, he visit-
ed England.
Italy. Switzer-
land and Austria. In France, he
made a film for MGM Studios.
A former student of the Uni-
versity of Miami. Baskin is a
member of Phi Epsilon Pi
fraternity.
Kraye. guest solist, will be ac-
companied by Mme. Olga Bibor
Stern at the piano.
Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein is
chairman of arrangements, with
Mrs. Starr co-chairman. Mrs.
Jacob Davis is in charge of re-
servations and Mrs. Lillian
Schwartz will serve as chairman
of the hostess committee. .
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A surprise farewell party for
| Florence Mintzer was given Sat-
urday evening by the Miami
I Beach Business and Professional
group of Hadassah at the home of
Lillian and Esther Goodman.
Miss Mintzer has served as
treasurer for the group and is
! now leaving for New York to
make her home. She will be ac-
companied by her sister, Anne,
who will be married in New
York.
Ardmore
Mrs. Isabelle Altholz
Mrs. Isabelle Altholz will be
installed as president of Henrietta
Szold Hadassah Group following a
luncheon at the Shore Club Hotel,
on Tuesday, June 6, at 12 noon.
Active in the Hadassah move-
ment for the past twenty years,
Mrs. Altholz is organizer and past
president of the Laurclton, Long
. Island, chapter of Hadassah and
! organizer of the business and pro-
fessional group of Hadassah in
that city. A director in the Long
Island region of the national or-
ganization, she has been a resi-
dent of Miami Beach for the past
four years.
Others installed will be the
Mi sdames Barnet Beckerman,
jBeulah Davis. Joseph Press. Han y
G. Rogers and John Starr as vice
presidents; Mrs. David Slovak,
treasurer: Mrs. Harry B. Rogers,
financial secretary; Mrs. Ben Zion
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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 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
tfauretania for Europe on Tuesday.
The Charleston Jewish community, one of the
oldest in America, is celebrating its 200th birthday.
Actually, Jews were known in the colony half a
century earlier; but their Synagogue was not organ-
ized until about 1750. It is gratifying to read the
tolerant English philosopher John Locke, who drew
up the Constitution for the proposed Carolina colony
and recommended the inclusion of "heathens, Jews,
and other dissenters" among the colonists. This was
a wide departure from the religious bigotry that
closed the mind of Europe in the 17th century.
Personalities
Oddly enough the Charleston community during
Revolutionary times excelled New York in numbers,
in prestige, in personalities. The golden age of
Charleston Jewry flowered forth between the Revolu-
tion and Civil war. Its personalities came near
monopolizing the Who's Who of early American
Jewry. The list is long and distinguished. The patriot
Francis Salvador met death on the battle field
several weeks after the Declaration of Independence
was signed. Moses Lindo brought indigo, which
increased the wealth of the colony. Isaac Harby,
writer and playwright, corresponded with Jefferson
and started Reform Judaism in the Western world.
Judah P. Benjamin spent his childhood in Charles-
ton, although he achieved vast fame in the U. S.
Senate and Confederate Cabinet while a resident of
New Orleans. Penina Moise, the blind poetess, wrote
hymns which are still sung in Synagogal liturgy. The
list can go on and on. Suffice to say that during ante
bellum days, almost every American city felt the
impact of Charleston Jewry. Their sons traversed
the great wild West in covered wagons and built
new homes as far as California during the '49 gold
rush. They made their mark on Jewish and Gentile
life wherever they settled.
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The 200th Anniversary Of Charleston Jewry
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Spanish-Portugese
The early community was largely, though not
exclusively, Sephardic in origin. These proud descend-
ants of the Marannos suffered from the defects of
their qualities. Orthodox in religion, conservative in
politics, snobbish in social intercourse, castebound to
the point of inflexibility, they became a stratafied,
mummified society. The scions of Spanish-Portuguese
Jewry would no more think of marrying an immi-
*2v urom Gerrnan.V than entering into wedlock
with their African slaves. Consequently, they were
doomed to extinction. Tombstones in the cemetery
on Coming Street are almost the sole reminders of
the exclusive, hidebound, Sephardic Jews, with
wealth, manners, and culture, who congealed into a
petrified society, in the midst of an expanding Jewish
and Christian population.
Immigrants From Germany
The Jewish communities in most American cities
were founded by the Germans who arrived after the
unsuccessful Revolution of 1848. But in Charleston,
they found the pattern of the community and its
institutions already set. Besides, the newcomers were
not equipped with education or manners to match
the cultivated, long established settlers, who had
made an easy adjustment with the society formed
by the slave owning aristocracy. More at home in
their own Ashkenazic synagogue, they were satisfied
to occupy a secondardy place until the Portuguese
hegemony was broken by the Civil War. The German
element then supplanted them and assumed the
dominating lead until after the First World War.
The Ostjuden
The Third Aliyah to Charleston began with the
largest migration in the long record of Jewish
migrations. They came from Russia after the Czars
let loose the May Laws and bloody pogroms. But
the sons of Bavarian cattle dealers or peddlers out
of Posen were now able to treat the pious bearded
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Ostjuden with the disdain they met from the Spanish
Grandees. For half a century the German and Russian
groups lived in worlds apart, separated by walls of
Reform and Orthodoxy. Suddenly the segregation
ceased. After World War I, the well to do, smug
membership of the Hazel Street Temple collapsed.
The ownership of the best stores in the city changed
hands or disappeared. But the immigrant generation,
still at home in the rather uncouth Yiddish of Poland,
Ukraine, Lithuania or Galicia, suddenly emerged
from a proletariat into a bourgeoisie.
The Community Today
The tourist would like to find current evidences
of a romantic past. But here the quest would b<*
rather disappointing. A Spanish surname is relatively
as rare as in New York or Philadelphia, the former
bastions of Sephardism. Relics of the German state
are almost as rare. In a city noted half a century ago
for ultra-orthodoxy, only six stores are still closed
on the Sabbath. One never encounters a dignified
flowing beard as in former days. Organized group
life is prosaic as in any community from Wilmington
to Seattle. The same United Jewish Appeals, the
same sisterhoods, the same gradual obliterating af
differences between the three forms of American
Judaism.
On Shavuos, the Temple confirmed three girls and
one boy. Everyone paid lip service to the 200th^i
anniversary of the congregation. Yet the ceremony "1
differed little from any other confirmation in the
land. One hungered for some peculiar twist, for
some ancient minhag, even some archaic localism 1 ,
that would recapture the eclat of bygone days. But
the choir sang commonplace hymns in English, one to i
the hackneyed tune of Adeste Fidelis. Their lack of ; ,
distinction may not be proof of decay; yet the visitor ) :
sensed stagnation. i
A disturbing thought obtruded: Will the traveller i
100 years hence find it as difficult to find the j
descendants of immigrants out of Wilna, Warsaw, j
Kiev, or Cracow as it is today to trace the scions of
refugees from Portugal or Germany?
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Florida ZOA Convention Votes
To Set Up State Organization
Florida leaders of the Zionist
Organization of America, meeting
here in convention Sunday, voted
to set up a state organization, with
a view toward establishing an
independent region. Elected to
lead the group were president,
I. R. Goodman, Miami Beach; vice
presidents, Herman Siegal, Mi-
ami, Sidney C. Gluckman, Day-
tona Beach, Max Dubin, Jackson-
ville. Burnett Roth, Miami Beach;
Secretary, Murray Goodman, Mi-
ami Beach: treasurer, Alex Van
Straaten. Miami Beach.
S. A, Goodman of Miami Beach
was elected chairman of the
board. Other members of the
board are Daniel Broad, Miami
: Carl Altman, Lake Worth;
Melvin Richardson, Miami Beach;
Dr. Joseph Feldman, Palm Beach;
G ge Miller, Orlando; Sam
n sterman, Miami Beach; Arthur
Pariser, Orlando; Max Weiss. De-
Norman Lyons, Coral
1 s; Rabbi Leon Kornish, Mi-
ami Beach; Gilbert Rappaport,
Miami Beach; Philip Bork, Jack-
sonville: Rabbi Isadore H. Shoul-
son, Miami; M. Aaron, Miami;
Florence Abramson, Miami Beach;
H. Kout Heads
Chicago Club
Hylan H. Kout, reelected presi-
dent of the Chicago Club of
Greater Miami, was installed
Sunday during ceremonies in the
Saxony Hotel at 8:15 p.m.
Other officers of the unit,
elected at a recent meeting, in-
clude: Mrs. Jeannette Schwartz,
first vice president; Meyer Freid-
man, second vice president; Dr
Maurice I. Edelman, third vice
President; Max A. Schwartz,
treasurer; Mrs. Faye Tupler, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Ann Ball,
corresponding secretary, and Mrs.
Shirley Alperstein, recording sec-
retary.
Simon Seiden, Miami; Dave
Goodwin, Miami Beach; Harold
Shapiro, Miami Beach.
Dr. Sidney Marks of New York,
executive director of the ZOA
and Ben R. Winick, president of
the Southeastern region, were
guest speakers at the all-day con-
ference.
Winners Named
Winners for the week in the
Miami Jewish Community Center
Women's Bowling League were
Alice Wilson of the "Kinks" team
with high set of 310 and Lee
Berkowitz of the "Pinbusters"'
with individual high game of 112.
Lyons To Give Report
Norman R. Lyons, president of
Coral Gables Zionist District, will
head a list of speakers to be heard
on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour
over radio station WTTT on Sun-
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1950

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EDITORIAL
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"< At the conclusion of its second Annual Con-
mjcation and of its second academic year,
kandeis University may review with,pride and
gratification the events and accomplishments of
its first two years as an institution of higher
learning. Still in its infant stages, the Jewish-
sponsored, nonsectarian university already has
made it name synonymous with the highest ed-
ucational standards within the pattern of cur
democracy.
In its two-year-old history Brandeis University,
and through Brandeis, the national Jewish com-
munity which founded and nurtured it, have made
impressive and enviable contributions not only
in academic circles, but, more significantly,
vrithir the broader field of our cultural heritage.
Men and women from every part cf the nation
have flocked to the support of Brandeis, forginq
the foster "alumni" groups the National
Women's Committee and the Brandeis University
Associates. Others, interested in promoting
Biandeis University as a music center, have
formed the Friends of the School of Music, while
still another gToup, the Brandeis Athletic Associa-
tion, has undertaken the task of furthering the
intercollegiate athletic program, to be launched
in the fall. Additional attestations to the faith of
the Jewish community in the university as a core
at cultural activities are the numerous scholar-
ships, chairs, and gifts bestowed on Brandeis by
groups and individuals throughout the United
States.
Along with its educationul and cultural de-
velopment, moreover, the university is expanding
physically to meet the demands of its high
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the faculty in order to maintain the ideally low
student-faculty ratio.
As the first corporate contribution of American
Jewry to the world of higher learning, Brandeis
University looks forward with confidence to ful-
filling the hopes of those who have fostered it,
and to attaining a position of diqnity and quality
among the nation's great institutions cf denomi-
national origin. And the Jewish community, on
the basis of Brandeis University's record of
achievement, looks forward with confidence to
the early realization of those aspirations.
Dr. Kaplan Heads
State Rabbis
During the Bar Mitzvah Con- |
tj-ael government for approval, ference of state rabbis held last
Rig Three To
Supply Arms
^Continued on Page 4)
cular arms list submitted by the
week in Tampa. Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, dean of Florida rabbis.
On the other hand, it was in-
dicated that the U. S. will main-
tain a rough balance of power
between Israel and the Arab Iwas re-elected president for the
states through the continuous thirteenth year by acclamation,
exchange of information with | Rabbi Jacob Honig of the
Great Britain. Hollywood Jewish Center was
The general purpose of the joint: named vice president: Rabbi
declaration was said here to be Morris A. Skop of the Coral
d:rected toward the prevention of Gables Jewish Center, corre-
anxiety by instilling a feeling of sponding secretary: and Rabbi
arms security in both Arabs and Henry Wernik of Tampa. record-
Jews. Officials expressed the hope ; ing secretary. Hollywood was
that the assurances voiced in the, designated as the 1951 conference
declaration will pacify the Middle city with Rabbis Honig and Chap-
East area, rather than stimulate \ man as conference chairmen.
an arms race there. Following the welcome recep-
Although the declaration ex- tion tendered by the host Rabbi
pressed opposition to the violation j Wernik and Mrs. Wernik of
of frontiers or armistice lines, it j Tampa, the rabbis met in Kallah
was stressed in official circles Study session with papers and
that this should not be taken to \ Talmudic Hadron presented by
Rabbis Murray Grauer and Moses
Mescheloff.
mean that it was an actual guar-
antee that congressional approval
would have been necessary before
the U. S. government could have
participated in such an assurance. 1MMI1 Program
Government officials admitted I Afna.lr Itirthflfl *-
that the declaration was deliber- I ** DiriDUJ
tely vague about just what action I Morris Nasatir will mark the
Jhe U. S. might take to prevent | third anniversary of his Jewish
otiolations. They emphasized that | Classical Hour with a special
tt was not the intention of the ; broadcast Sunday at 12 noon. One
J|eclaration to freeze existing of the highlights of the program
armistice lines. is the Builders of Israel series
Beach Lodge To
Hold Smoker
Professional night club enter-
tainment, films and refreshments
will highlight the membership
smoker to be sponsored by Miami j
Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on
Wednesday. June 7, at 8:30 p.m.
at the Saxony Hotel
Prospective members will be
admitted free of charge and there
will be no admission for members
wishing to pay dues at the door,
it has been announced by mem-
bership chairman Irving Shatz-
man.
The sound film "This Is B'nai
B'rith" will be shown and a short
talk on the service programs of
the order will be delivered bv
George J. Talianoff.
Committee in charge of ar-
rangements includes Saul Genet,
Harry J. Sonz and Herbert L.
Markow. President Godfrey K.
I Newman will welcome the newly
enlisted members and report on
j the recent district convention in
Roanoke, Va.
Israel Submits Jerusalem Plan
, narrated by Harold Shapiro, Mi-
' ami Beach attornev.
Nasatir announces the exten-
fpadon Heads
Hebrew Teachers,
I Louis Gadon was elected presi- j heard on Sunday from 12 noon
lent of the Hebrew Teachers As- to 1:45 p.m. and on Tuesday from
,|Dciation of Greater Miami at a 6 to 7:15 p.m. over station WINZ.
afceeting of the group Saturday
fright. May 20. at Kneseth Israel. |
Be succeeds David Freedman.
fcrho was named honorary presi-
fent.
Other officers are Mrs. Joshua
tadlan. first vice president:
shua Stadlan. second vice presi-
nt: David Freedman. secretary;
rnard Kimmel. treasurer.
Freedman. who has spent 15
Jears as a teacher in Miami, spoke
n the growth and achievements
3f the group under his adminis-
{ration and pledged his continued
pjpport to the group.
Memorial Service Slated
Rabbi Leon Kronish will pay
i 'ibute to the late Harry A. Corn-
lum in a special memorial
. ;rvice commemorating the first
nniversary of his passing Friday,
I jne 2. at 8:15 p.m. at Temple
I eth Sholom.
Mr. Cornblum served as presi-
' ent of the congregation and
lairman of the building fund
jmmittee. During his term of
I 'fice the present site of the
| jilding was purchased and alter-
;ions executed. Harold Shapiro
Card Party On Calendar
The Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah
will sponsor a card party on
Tuesday, June 6, at 8 p.m. at the
Park Central Hotel, 600 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach.
Working on arrangements for
the affa / are the Mesdames M.
Katz, H. Zaidman, S. Rosch, E.
Alter, Silverman, B. Pakula,
Nickelsberg. Beatty and Ben-
jamin.
Tickets may be secured at the
synagogue office, 935 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach.
.Attend Daughter's
[Graduation From U-M
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome M. Joffee
and their two youq sons are
visiting Mrs. Joffee's mother, Mrs.
Arnold Volpe. Mrs. Joffee (Ceci
Volpe) is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami, Class of '28.
They are here to attend the
graduation of their daughter,
Lenore, from the university.
Mr. Joffee, former state senator
of Kansas City, Mo., is the special
utilities and legislative counsel
for Kansas City and chairman ot
the Committee on Electric, Gas1
and Telephone Rates of National'
Institute of Municipal Law Of-'
ficers, a post he has held for the
past four years.
Hyman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jacob
Hyman, formerly of 1531 S.W
6th St., will take place Sunday
at 10:30 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery. Relatives and friends are
asked to be present.
(Continued from Page 1)
solely and exclusively from the
General Assembly itself and
exercising those functions in the
international right without de-
pendence on any individual
government or accreditation
thereto.
(c) The United Nations repre-
sentative thus appointed (or
the United Nations organ thus
set up) should carry out the
following main functions in re-
spect of the Holy Places in
Jerusalem: viz. supervision of
their protection; adjudication
of disputes between communi-
ties as to their rights in the
Holy Places; the maintenance
of existing rights in connection
with the Holy Places; the initia-
tion of their repairs; assurance
of their exemption from taxa-
tion; questions relating to the
maintenance of free access
subject to the requirements of
public order; facilitation of pil-
grimage movements; issuing of
reports to the appropriate
United Nations or^ns on all
the above matters. This list of
matters covers practically all
the functions enumerated with
respect to the Holy Places and
religious matters in the statute
(Article 38).
(d) The definition of Holy
Places as laid down and applied
up to the termination of the
Mandate shall continue to pre-
vail (Cf. UN Map No. 229,
November 1949).
(e) Apart from their statutory
sphere of authority concerning
the Holy Places in Jerusalem,
the United Nations representa-
tive or organ could negotiate
agreements with both govern-
ments concerned, in conformity
with the resolutions of tie
General Assembly, for the pro-
tection of Holy Places located
outside the city of Jerusalem.
This would follow the principle
laid down in Article 13 (4) of
the statute, for Holy Places out-
side Jerusalem. The United Na-
tions representative or organ
could also negotiate, if required,
on behalf of any church or-
ganization submitting views or
claims with respect to religious
buildings, institutions or prop-
erty.
As an alternative to this plan
for a statute for the Holy Places,
the Israel government expressed
its willingness to cooperate in the
creation of an international
regime limited to the territory
where the Holy Places are mostly
concentratedan area of one and
a half square miles within the
Walled City and its immediate
environs. It pointed out, however,
that the practicability of this so-
lution depends on the Hashemrte
Kingdom of Jordan which oc-
cupies the entire area of the Old
City and which has hitherto de-
clared its opposition to this
scheme, or indeed, to any inter-
national arrangement for the Holy
Places. (The three monotheistic
faiths would be represented on
Gables Women To
Sponsor Scout Units
The Coral Gables Jewish Center
Sisterhood is making plans to
sponsor new Brownie and Girl
Scout_Troops in cooperation with
County
Girl Scout
the Dade
Council.
Mrs. George Horn, center
neighborhood chairman, invites
all mothers of girls from the ages
of seven and 14 who are interested
in the scouting movement to at-
tend a tea at the center on
Monday, June 5, at 2 p.m.
A film entitled, "The Ins and
Outs of Scouting," will be shown
and Dorothy Hunter, Dade Coun-
ty Girl Scout field director, will
speak on "How Mothers Can Help
Make Good Scout Troops." Also
there to welcome mothers will
be Mrs. James Green, Coral
Gables area chairman, and Mrs.
Robert Seipp, Coral Gables
elementary neighborhood chair-
man.
Greenfield Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenfield,
3180 North Bay Road, Miami
Beach, announce the 3ar Mitzvan
of their son, David Earl, to M
held at Beth Jacob on Saturday
June 3, at 9 a.m.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 2. 1950
fJenisti fhridlian

PAGE FIVE
Beth David Sisterhood, PTA# Men's Club ol,ituarlos
l'*'*" ~" NATHAN C
To Install Officers At Dinner June 7
The joint installation of officers
&fiJ&fSi!3SftSl I"*! Sher Will
dinner at Reid's Sea Food Become Ear Mitzvah
, ,nt on Wednesday, June I
7, P-m-
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
A speaker and. Cantor
Mamches will present
it, isical portion of the pro-
icc mpanied by Mrs. Alex
I at the piano.
Harry O^phant is general
in of the event. Assisting;
in Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and j
Harry Gordon. Mrs.
g rtz will serve as toast-;
Mrs. Ben Hertz will install
S of the women's group.
Bernard A. Sterling will
induct the men. |
. f (he sisterhood Include
u I'.mU Rose, president; Mrs.
I Laufer, first vice president;
V i i1 Merlin, second vice presi-
de M -. Harry August, third vice
lent; Mrs. Harold Barney, eor-
ig secretary; Mrs. Herman
;; treasurer; Mrs. Harry Bin-
I 'ordlng secretary; Mrs. Bert
niiici.il secretary: Mr-. Mux
g membersblp chairman.
,, i of th" sisterhood hoard
.,.;. rh. Mesdames Jack Aronovlta,
i August, Max Bergman, Sam
I Jack Gorman. Ida Harts,
i linkes, Abe Kasow and Max
....
. Installed as officers of the
Mrs. Ernest Sussman, presi-
.! \ B. L#evlne, vice presl-
,;. Mrs. i.enrge Ooldbers. recording
.>; Mrs.- Lillian Becker, cor-
ding secretary; Mrs. Bernard
dell, treasurer.
The PTA noard consists of the
< Hilma August, Harold
A. A. Hayden, David Barnes,
! Rosen, i.muIs Bchwartsnutn,
M in Segal, David Sernaker, Alex
Stlebel and Jules Weiss.
Assuming office. <>f the men's club
are Harry l'iamond. president; I'hil
Abrams, vice president; Irving M.
i: treasurer; Dr. Boy P. Mack,
[I nctors of the men s unit are
Hun Alexander, Louie Bandel.
I! I M BUcher. Manfred Berliner,
I.. .1 i:u.i t. Harry Gordon, Nate
I.:-- IM Safer, Bert Slier Bernard
Bclinelder and Leonard Spiegel.
Reservations for the dinner
niav be made by calling Mrs.
Oliphant, 2-3747; Mrs. Schwartz,
9-5032: Mrs. Gordon, 2-7135;
Beth David, 9-3469.
NATHAN COHEN
'i ?W N. w. urn, Ave., died
suddenly May :;>. Mr. Cohen came here
six weeks ago fi..... Chicago where
the remains were sen) for services
and interment b) Gordon Puni ...
' Survivors Include lii* wife,
.-.nil.-, two sons, Jacob and Sam, and
' I iKhier. Mrs. Kih.l Rubin, of
< hlcagn
DIANN DUBBIN
-'I. of 6487 S.VV. 11th St., was found
dead on May i; at her home. Miss
' ";1"11 was : ... ii ;,:,,
High School, class of n. Survivors
le her parents, Mr. and Mi s
1 Dubbin, and :, brother Herbert.
"ervicis wen the i loi-don
I in., ':il II..in,- with Rahlil Max SI
Rabbi Simon April officiating,
ulnce in ihe Jewish
Si i i ion i ft'oi iii.ui n i 'cmetery.
MRS. ANNA GORDON
S9i of i...... Venetian Way, pass a
away in :i New i tal Mo idaj
A i i-.-.d. ,1 s,...... 11)37 Mis. ( ; m
was a native ..r Louisville, Kj where
services and Intermenl took place on
Thursday. Survivors include her sons,
Stuart and Jay; .1 brother, Jacob
Sher, all of Miami; and three Bisters,
Including Mrs, Samuel O. Levensoh
and .Mi?. Julius I. Jacobsteln, of
Miami
THANK YOU
I wish to express my deep apprec;ation for your nominating
me lo serve on the Dade County School Board, in the run-off
primary May 23. I shell always endeavor lo warrant your
confidence and I hope everyone r.ow will pull together for an
economical and efficient operation of our school system.
JIM NOEL
MORRIS KANNER
80, oi 2115 Washington Ave., passed
a-uy on May 85 m a local con-
valescent home. Mr. Banner was. ^1
retired painter who came here from
Brooklyn six years ago. Services were
conducted in Brooklyn when- the re-
mains were sent by the Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, fot
services and interment, which took
place in I'nited Hebrew Cemetery.
Staten Island. Mr. Banner is survived
by hi* wife Quisle.
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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sher,
2111 S.W. 21st St.. announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son. Kenneth
to be held Saturday. June 3, at
Beth David, with Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches officiating.
The young man is a recent
honor graduate of Beth David
Hebrew School and will attend
Hebrew High School this fall. He
attends Shenandoah Junior High
School and is a member of the
school congress, where he repre-
sents the seventh grade.
On Sunday. June 4, from 3 to
6 p.m. the Shers will be hosts at
an open house in honor of the
Bar Mitzvah.
MICHAEL DAVID SALZMAN
1!> months old son of <*orp. and Mrs.
Oavid Salzman, of 855 N.W. 76th S> .
passed away May '1~ in Columbia,
S. ('. Survivors include in addition to
the parents, the grandmother, Mrs.
William Manning, of Miami; the
paternal grandparents. Capt. and Mrs.
Joseph Halzman. Sun Diego; and the I
great grandparents, Mr and Mrs.
Morton Waldcn, Miami Beach. Services
ivi-iv held at the Gordon Puneral
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ficiating. Interment took place in Mt;
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*Je*isHk>rklk*n
FRIDAY. JUNE 2.
it
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
3 3
DIPLOMATIC NOTES:
By the time this is published.
P-c-sident Truman will have ap-
proved Aubrey Eban as Israel
Ambassador to the United States
to succeed Elihau Elath who was
transferred to London Eban
will be the youngest ambassador
'.n the entire diplomatic corps in
Washington There is no reason
to envy him as far as work is
concerned He is already work-
ing altogether too hard as head
of the Israel delegation at the
United Nations His duties as
ambassador will make his "ask
doubly hard The remarkable
thing is that with all the burdens
which he carries, he still finds
time to make special campainn
tr:ps for the United Jewish Ap-
p< .1 In recent weeks he
v ited quite a number of cities to
address UJA dinners He is one
of "drawing cards"" the
UJA administration lias as far as
Stimulating big givers to give
'even more .-'y Now
that he will become extremely
busy at the UN" Trusteeship
Council session which starts dis-
. cussing the Jerusalem issue early
in June. Golda Myerson will take
,over the job of visiting various
lAmerican Jewish communities for
the UJA The only woman
I member of the Israel Cabinet, she
has established for herself a
reputation in this country as the |
best UJA campaigner And no

| during the first week of Decem-
ber Plans for financing and
, servicing increased Jewish im-
| migration, which is expected
I under the liberalized DP bill, are
I being mapped by Jewish com-
munities throughout the country
with the aid of the CJFWF
j Pre-campaign budgeting in many
' cities did not take account of the J
i possibility of increased immigra-
tion, since the budgeting was
completed prior to the passage of
the liberalized DP bill Irrita- !
tion has not subsided as yet in
the State Department over the;
B"nai B'rith Anti-Defamation
League's rejection of the report
on Germany which U. S. Assist-
ant High Commissioner Benjamin
J. Buttenwieser was scheduled to |
deliver at the league's convention
in Chicago The rejection is
also still a matter of lively dis-
cussion in Jewish circles .
While none of the Jewish leaders
agrees with Buttenwieser's ad-
vocacy of leniency for Nazis.
many feel that lie should have,
been given the opportunity of
delivering his report They:
argue that his report would have
been o%-ershadowed by the flood '
of 'criticism against it which
would have followed at the con- !
vention On the other hand. I
those who defend the ADL's re- |
jection of Buttenwieser's report I
point out that it would have been!
below the dignity of any Jewish |
"V
y needs in Israel And who can
leny that the needs of Israel will
increase with the arrival of the
first transports of Jews from
[rao.. finally permitted to leave
heir Arab country? Incident-
wonder ... In addition to being organization to permit anybody
a good speaker, she always comes il0 defcnd Nazis from its rostrum,
with a picture of the very latest *
LITERARY NOTES:
The growing interest concern-
ing Israel among people in the
United States has resulted in the
. I increased publication of books on
illy, "it" can "now 'be' told "that" it the ^ewish sta,te in this country
.vas Gold a Myerson whom the N,ot wook Passes without a
Israel government sent to Trans- new book appearing The
>. to contact King Abdullah \a^l a/ "Report on^IsraeF' by
eace v.Iks ... As a result
I Israel today ... In it the reader
| will find information on the poh-
i tical parties in Israel, on its ag-
; ricultural system, on the political
1 character of its various news-
| papers, on the educational system,
on the economic outlook and on
the Arabs Levin's "I Saw the
Battle of Jerusalem" is an im-
prt ssive eyewitness account of the
siege of the city ... It is con-
temporary history excellently
written and will be read by gen-
erations to come with no less
st than by our present gen-
eration Maletz' "Young
Hearts" is a novel based on life
in the Kvutzot which aroused
much discussion in Israel and re-
ceived a literary prize there .
The last two books were pub-
lished by Schocken. the publisher
who has made it the ambition of
his life to present in English the
best of Jewish literature.
*
NEEDLESS TASKS:
Much has been written about
Richard Wagner's violent anti-
Jewish feelings ... A new addi-
tion to this literature is Leon
Stein's "The Racial Thinking of
Richard Wagner." published by
the Philosophical Library .
Personally. I see no reason why
special books should now be pub-
lished on Wagner's views on Jews
. Whether one belongs to the
class of people who like Wagner's
music, or to those who dislike it
intensely, few certainly consider
him a person whose "philosophy"
with regard to Jews is worth
dissemination ... It is well known
that he was a rabid anti-Semite
and that he was particularly
jealous of the Jewish composers
Meyerbeer and Mendelsohn .
He himself admitted that anti-
Semitism was as "necessary" to
his Teutonic nature "as gall is to
blood" And in some of his
anti-Jewish articles he achieved
I a vicious madness that can be
I compared only with that of Hitler
I and Goebbels ... To write a
special book on Wagner's anti-
Semitism, therefore, seems to me
a completely needless task .
Apparently the author himself
' is also not certain whether his
I elaborate analysis of Wagner's
! anti-Semitism was a w6rthwhile
' effort He explains, in a kind
of an apologetic tone, that since
Wagner's pseudo-philosophy on
Jews is kept alive and sustainec
by the prestige of his musica
works, mankind must be inocu-
lated against his concepts, not
only once, but once in every gen-
eration This argument may or
may not be valid However,
the author, himself a composer
and a Jew director of the
De Paul University School of
Music in Chicagohas done a
substantial job of research .
And one of the points he brings
out is that Wagner was not only
anti-Semitic but also anti-Judaic
... There is, he says, a distinction
i between anti-Judaism and anti-
! Semitism The first is con-
| cerned with an antagonism based
1 on difference in religion The
, second involves opposition based
; on a supposedly racial basis .
i Persecution of the Jews during
i the time of the Inquisition was an
[ anti-Judaic movement; with the
. conversion of Jews this basis for
i persecution was removed On
i the other hand, the official atti-
tude of the Hitler regime toward
the Jews was the ultimate de-
velopment of anti-Semitism .
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n Israel by David Maletz
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Carol MilbergTo {Personally Speaking
Wed Marvin Goldman i
,
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Carol Milberg
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Milberg.
2345 N.W. 22nd Ave.. announce:
the engagement of their daughter,
Carol, to Marvin I. Goldman, son ;
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldman. I
1775 S.W. 16th Ave.
The wedding will take place!
Sunday.. June 26 at 8 p.m. in j
Temple Israel.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami High School and attended
Walsh School of Business Science.
Also a graduate of Miami High
School. Mr. Goldman attended
the University of Miami, before
t-ntering the armed forces. He is
'.' associated with Gulf Drug
Co. of Miami.
Engagement Revealed
Betrothal of Miss Anita Denyse
Fendell to Jerome S. Palmer has
been announced by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Fendell. 62
N'.W. 19th Ave. Her fiance is the
- >n of Mr. and Mrs. Sidnev R.
Palmer. 1560 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach.
The bride-elect attended Eras-
mus Hall High School. Brooklyn.
She' is employed by Dun and
Bradstreet and Is a member of
Miami Beach Junior Hadassah
and Miami Masadah.
Mr. Palmer attended Miami
Beach High School and Arizona
State College. He was associated
with the City of Phoenix public
relations office and is on the ad-
vertising staff of Tropicana pub-
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to attend funeral services for her mother, Mrs. Clara Silberg, who
died suddenly last week. Mr. Kenholz and their daughter,
Helene, will join her on June 18. The family will sail aboard
the La Guardia on August 3 for Israel, where they will spend
the High Holidays. They will visit Italy, Switzerland and France
before returning here.
* *
A baby boy, Frank Brian, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Gladstone on Friday at Doctor's Hospital. The bris will
take place at the Gladstone home, 1971 S.W. 32nd Ct. Friday.
Maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newman, former
iMiamians, have returned from Chicago for the event. Paternal
grandmother is Mrs. Jennie Gladstone.
* *
Leo Eisenstein left Saturday afternoon for St. Louis, where
he will visit his mother and family. While there, as an official
| representative of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors, Mr. Eisen-
stein will extend an invitation to the realtors of St. Louis and
East St. Louis to attend the national convention of real estate
boards to be held in Miami Beach in November.
+ -* *
Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Sher and son, Gerry, of Teaneck,
N. J., are now in Miami visiting Mr. Sher's brother and sister-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sher, 2111 S.W. 21st St., and will
remain until after the Bar Mitzvah of their nephew, Kenneth.
Also here for the event are Mrs. Ida Cohen of Jacksonville and
Mrs. Jacob Frank of Atlanta.
' + +
Flying to New York to visit with their daughter and son-in-
law in Forest Hills and Long Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff,
3230 N.W. 7th St. Before returning to Miami at the end of the
summer, the Raffs will visit family in Washington and the
Carolinas.
* '*
Following the graduation of their son, Bobby, from Miami
Beach High School, Mr. and Mrs. William Loeb, 1937 Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach, will leave for Los Angeles, where they will
visit Mrs. Loeb's mother, Mrs. M. Kats. The Loebs will be away
for three months.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Azar, 1325 Cortez St., Coral Gables, are
leaving for New York to attend the golden jubilee of the Vitebsk
Benevolent Association to be held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel on
June 4. Mr. Azar has been a member of the group for 42 years.
They will return to their Coral Gables home in a month.
* *
Announcing the birth of a son are Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Borkin of Detroit, Mich. The father is the son of Mrs. Rose Borkin,
730 N.E. 62nd St. A former resident of Miami, he is a graduate
of the University of Miami Law School.
* *
Drs. A. E. Rosenthal, Frank Coret and Robert Kaplan at-
tended the convention of the Southern Academy of Periodonto
logy held at Ponte Vedra Beach from May 20 to 23
* *
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian Ave.. Miami
Beach, will spend the summer with their children in Staten
Island, N. Y.
' *
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lubel, 3030 S.W. 2nd St., announce
the birth of a daughter, Deborah Sue, on Mother's Day at
Doctor s Hospital. 2
+ *
Simon Seiden, who broadcasts over station WFEC
leave for New York this week to visit his children. He
return about June 15.
* *
*. J^1' anl MrS' Sam A> Golds,e'n have moved to 233 39th
St. Miami Beach, where Mr. Goldstein is convalescing from
his recent illness. *
* *
Miss Polly Gershon and her mother, Mrs. Morris Gershon
have moved to 1676 James Ave., Miami Beach v*ersnon-
* *
a u uPend!?,g 'he summer in Brooklyn. N. Y., are Mr. and Mrs
Abraham Werman. 1301 Alton Road, Miami Beach
_. *
Mr. and Mrs. I. Leb announce that they have moved into
their new home at 910 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach.
Newark Cr,ySakOWi,Z ***** -era, weeks in
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Burton C. Goldstein, formerly of Atlanta
making their home at 327 41st St., Miami Beach
Lewis Bar Mitzvah
Mr;. Lillian S. Lewis. 1727
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, an-
nounces the Bar Mitzvah of her
son. Alan Franklin, to be held at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
on Saturday. June 3. at 9:30 a.m.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate.
Enfields Honeymoon
In (Aiba, Mexico
FRIDAY,
Honeymooning in Cuba and
Mexico are Kurt Enfield and his
' bride, the former Miss Evelyn
| Koppelman of Louisville, Ky. and
Miami Beach.
Their wedding took place at
; noon, Sunday, May 14, in the
, study of Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
I who performed the double-ring
i ceremony.
Miss Jean Koppelman was maid
, of honor for her sister and Paul
F. Enfield was best man for his
: brother. They are the sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Enfield, 1701
i Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach.
j With her sky-blue-gray organdy
street length dress, the bride wore
a short illusion veil of matching
I color and carried a white bible
I topped with white orchids.
After the ceremony a dinner
was held in the Pompadour Room
I of the Sherry Frontenac Hotel for
the immediate family.
Out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Sherman, sister
I of the bride, Neil Sherman, Miss
1 Gayle Sherman, Mrs. Dora Sher-
man, all of Louisville; Ky., and
Mrs. Earnest Kolodner of Braden-
ton. Fla.
The bridegroom was graduated
from Buxton College, England,
and served with the army in the
1 South Pacific during the war.
Miss Koppelman attended the
' University of Louisville.
After their honeymoon, the
newlyweds will make their home
i at 2301 N. Meridian Ave.. Miami
Closing Exercises
The Jewish Community Center
of Hollywood will conduct closing
exercises for the Sunday Schoo'
on June 4 at 10 a.m. Awards,
prizes and certificates will be
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uM Enfield
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UDAY. JUNE 2. 1950
^Jenisti Fk>ridian
forilynne Hcibcl
r0[U Revealed
Marilynne Reibel
Betrothal of Miss Marilynne
Jeibel to Leslie Jay Blumberg
; announced at a dinner in the
.ome of her parents, Mr. and
Irs. Samuel Reibel, Sherbrooke
fpartments. Miami Beach, on
aturday evening.
The wedding is planned for
ext April.
! The prospective bridegroom is
be son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Blum-
erg. Essex House Hotel, Miami
each. He will graduate from the
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I Hiss Reibel was graduated from
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[tending the university.
PAGE NINE
Picnic Planned
Sisterhood of Tfereth Israel is
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f.\V. 14th St. and 25th Ave., on
unday, June 25.
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Miamians To Attend
Salmon-England Rites
In Cleveland June 18
Miamians who will attend the
wedding of Miss Rosalyn England I
to Michael Salmon in Cleveland
OB Sunday, June 18, are the
bride-elect's father, A. J. Eng-!
land, and Mrs. England; Mrs. J. j
England, the bride-elect's grand-
mother; Mr. and Mrs. Philip j
Salmon, the prospective bride- '
groom's parents; Mr. and Mrs. ]
Isidore Langner, his grand-
parents; Mrs. Ethel Rothlein and
Mrs. Eli Hurwitz, his aunts; and
Mrs. S. Leslie. While in Cleveland j
they will remain at the Park I
Lane Villa.
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver will I
read the service, which will be
followed by a dinner in the Wade |
Park Hotel. After a wedding trip, I
the couple will reside in Miami j
Beach.
The engagement of Miss
Dolores Bass to Franklyn
Gordon has been revealed by
her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris B. Bass. 2521 S.W. 24th
St. Mr. Gordon, son of the
Nathaniel Gordons of Morris-
town, N. J.. is a senior at the
University of Miami. No wed-
ding date has been set.
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman's 15th wedding anniversary
was celebrated at a dinner party given by the officers and
directors of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, the sisterhood and
the men's club in the center dining room. \....i-,t...i
Lillian Gurny
Betrothal Told
Sharet Chapter Will
Sponsor Games Party
A benefit games party will be
sponsored by Sharet Chapter, |
B'nai B'rith Young Women, on j
|' Sunday. June 11, at 8 p.m. in the'
Miami Beach Employees Club
Building; 920 Alton Road.
According to Beverly Koch,,
president of the croup, ornceods j
will be used for local community
service projects. Tickets may be
secured at the door.
!
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(Salt Water Pool
&"
Planning an August wedding is
Miss Lillian Gurny, whose en-
gagement to Marshall M. Chern,
; son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Chern I -
2919 S.W. 35th Ave., has been |
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Gurny, 2401
S.W. 19th Ave.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach High School and is
now attending the University of
; Miami. _
Mr. Chern, a Coconut Grove
attorney, is a graduate of the,.
University of Florida Law School, I
where he was a member of Tau
'' Epsilon Phi social fraternity and
Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. ,
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Director Of
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Steiner itive director ol
the Miami Beach A;
sociation
week by Ben Zion Gins1
president.
A residi Miami Bench
since 1946, I
Of the Univ. : Illinois and
the John Marshall Law School
and practiced law in Chicago.
From 1942 to 1946 Mr. Steiner
\va.~ employed as an enforcement
attorney of the War Labor Board
and Wage Stabilization Board. He
was employed as assistant to the
executive secretary of the Miami
Beach Hotel Association.
Beach League
Seats Gillman
Buy Real Quality at a Real Saving
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3 Miamians To
Attend Jewish
Education Meet
The annual conference of the
National Council for Jewish Ed- i
ucation, which brings together the |
foremost Jewish educators in the :
country, will be held at Chelsea
Hotel. Atlantic City, from June!
4 to 9.
Heading the delegation from!
Greater Miami will be L
Sch' itive direct
ol the Bi ''''
tion. With him will be H\
l erai lirectoi
David Fri in
pn sidenl El H
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C : School,"
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": School."
the "Ii '; v -
Com-
Socio-
P iliti :al Pi Cur-
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held together with the National
Conference of Jewish Social Wel-
fi nd thi Nati mal Association
of Jewish Center Workers.
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Others inducted at the cere-
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'Ted Goldstein, vice presidents;
Herman Barnett. treasurer.
Henry Green was chairman of
'the affair.
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Second in a series of lectures
on "The Sex Side of Life" spon-
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at the Hotel Marseilles.
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*Jm*ist> fhridHar)
jdB Could Improve Method Of
Hiing llcmocratic Heritage,
Workshop Speaker Declares
the breakdown of the denazifica-
PAGE ELEVEN
I
blic school has a crucial
'relating the democratic
to the complex life of
Though public schools are
uch to fill this need, there
c. 'unlimited opportunity
ement," declared Miller
[tchie, associate professor
University of Mi-
\ the Anti-Defamation
workshop held May 24 at
,--,, Hotel, Miami Beach,
gor Ritchie's address
ted the luncheon session
D-day program, attended
e than 100 persons, dedi-
\ the building of good
relations in the communi-
Florida.
Malvina Weiss, principal,
leach Elementary School,
each, led a morning panel
on the theme, "The
the Citizen and the Com-
" "The community is the
dive educative force on
Id." she emphasized, point-
that '"the home and com-
agencies must work hand
d with the schools in
t;;ng the democratic
to our children."
individual classroom is
al point in the teaching
and each teacher should
igly be equipped with
in human relations to
t effectively teaching re-
in a hydrogen bomb
iss Weiss explained.
ttRoth. Miami Beach city
an. extended the greet-
le city to the assemblage.
ribed Miami Beach as
g the way for municipali-
our state and nation in
tic progress through the
of such measures as the
each anti-discriminatory
ing ordinance. He also
ded the Hialeah city
ion for enacting the anti-
ssburning ordinance.
ing on the Anti-Defama-
gue's national and local
Gilbert J. Balkin, the
Florida director, detailed
lility
GOOD NAME
sore to be
urod than rich*."
Proverbs
IORDON
4ERAL
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IMPLIES
[25 years the name
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w'th service to
Miami Jewish
causes.
Mr time of need let
IP you as we have
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families
Ifi.DON
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3-3431 or 4.1496
. L. PLUMMER
fnerl Dir.cto,
Recreational Program
Will Close On June 9
The children's supervised rec-
reational programs of the Miami
Jewish Community Center will,
tion program in the American jcease on Jur>e 9 with the closing : Brande,s Camp Institute this
zone ot Uermany. "Our investiga- of thc Public schools, according to I summer- il was announced by
tions show that anti-Semitism in Max R. Silver, president Chil- abb-Lr-?n.Kron!.s,V
\tr.. n__,_____. >-n'".ii. V,nil-| |ho met
dren will, however, be welcome
at the center every afternoon for
free play, he said.
Supervised activity will begin
with the summer dav camp on
anS^areKa" contacMne K I TlT ?W* Judaea leade'"
The curriculum at the camps.
Western Germany today is more
serious than when Hitler first
appeared on the scene," Balkin
declared. He called for a presi-
dential investigation of current
American policy in administering
Western Germany and thc prompt
instituting of effective measures
to insure democratization there.
Balkin also described the league's
current "crack the quota" cam-
paign to eliminate discrimination
in colleges and universities.
Guests at me workshop includ-
ed Miss Alice MaeVicar, assistant
director of instruction, Dado
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion; Mrs. Evelyn Dean, executive
director. Young Women's Chris-
tian Association, Miami; and
Rabbi Marius Ranson. Temple
Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale. and
ADL chairman in that
munity.
Four Chosen To
Attend Brandeis
Four Miamians have been se-
lected as candidates to attend the
chairman of
the institute scholarship com-
mittee.
They are Annette Melich. pres-
dent of the Miami Beach Junior
Hadassah; Elayne Moss, Israel
projects chairman of the Miami
Unit of Jr. Hadassah: Phyllis
Lodge Fetes Kids
The North Shore Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, sponsored a swim dinner
at the Sorrento Hotel for 40 chil-
dren from the Kendall Home last
Saturday, followed by movies at
the Normandy Theater. The
project was under the direction
of Leo Steinman.
com-
Nautilus Dads Install
The Dads' Club of Nautilus
school, Miami Beach, installed
officers at 8 p.m. Thursday.
Taking office for the 1950-51
school year were Nat Williams.
president; Morris Weisberg, Wil-
liam Capland and Edgar Pearce.
vice presidents; Dr. William
Bernstein, treasurer; Dr. H. R.
Mechlowitz, recording secretary;
Pierre Little, corresponding sec-
retary.
which includes study, work and
recreation, consists of courses in
Jewish Life and Problems on the
American Scene; Problem^ Facing
World Jewry; History, Theory
and Practice of Zionism; Achieve-
ments and Problems of Israel;
and Principles of Group Work.
Two hours are devoted to group
singing and folk-dancing daily.
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they go togetherIsrael and the homeless.
As thc humble go with thanks ...
As thc gracious come with love ...
As the just uphold thc truth ...
they go togetherIsrael and thc homeless. 1
They go to
THEY GO TOGETHER because Israel's freedom and ^
independence arc linked to a free and unlimited immigrationto an
opening of the gatesto the historic homecoming of thc oppressed, the ||
uprooted, thc driven and displaced.
THEY GO TOGETHER this land of hope and thc strong
youth from Eastern Europe .. because Israel bids him come while the ^
land of his birth bids him kneel. V
THEY GO TOGETHER... this land of hope and the old man from hao^j
... because Israel bids him come while thc land of his birth disowns his faith. V
THEY GO TOGETHER ... this land of hope and thc young girl from
Morocco ... because Israel bids her come while the land of her birth b.ds her out.
THEY GO TOGETHER ... Israel and the homeless... because they
build for each other-a land of hope and progress giving a new life and a
better future to its immigrants.
ALL THIS GOES TOGETHER ... but whether it can be depends
on the support you give to your community campa.gn on behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal.
ALI TOGETHER, these arc thc tremendous tasks confronting the
United Jewish Appeal in 1950 ... tasks that we must meet now, today, m
pZSSffi* the tLsfer to Israel of .50,000 homeless Jews in bu.ld.ng
C3 Of new homes ... in establishing .25 new .arm settlements
In" in, Z Unmigm" camps of-the 04,000 newcomers who stul bve In tents
and barracks.
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Directed by
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B'nai B'rith Survey Reveals Pattern
Of Bias Against Young Jewish Lawyers
WASHINGTON. D C. Dis-
crimination against young Jewish;
law graduates has been verii
by a pioneering follow-up survey
jinBt completed by B'nai B'rith's
\- Bureau.
cording to an article by Dr. Max
E\ Baer. national direel >r of thi
bureau, in the fi rthc iming iasu<
of Ihe National Jewish Monthly,
puhlishcd by B'nai B'rith.
lording to the article, the
survey, which w as c mdu
among 2.325 graduates of law j
schools of 1946 and 1947. revealed!
the following results:
1. Jewish law graduates of
those two classes cam less today
'than their non-Jewish classmates
3. Proportionately twice as
hSfiv Jews as non-Jews star!
their legal careers in the lowest
category, that of law clerk.
3. On a percentage basis, three
tuv.es as many non-Jews as Jew
get started in their legal careers
a& attorneys in private industry.
k. The common belief that a
higher percentage of Jews than
others get into government legal
VKirk is not true.
'5. Proportionately more Jews
'.hart non-Jews fail to go into
letal work following graduation
from law school.
6. Jewish law graduates who go
into other fields of work are more !
likely than non-Jews to say thai
their legal training was of no
significant help in landing their:
rihn-law jobs.
7. The overwhelming majority
of recent law graduates tie up
with law firms in which all or
some of the partners are Jewish
Fifty-five out of 103 accredited
law schools cooperated with the
bureau in this survey.
Additional facts turned up by
tb<- survey:
Getting a law job was easiest
fo. the graduate who was not a
Jew and who sought placement
in a city under 250.000 population
It was hardest for the Jewish
woman law graduate looking for
Wi k in cities of nv ire than
1,000.000.
In 1948. only 4^ of the Jewish
lawyers surveyed held salaried
jobs in private industry, whi
10^ of the non-Jewish graduates
held such jobs.
per cent of I Jews
and the non-Jews Juer,.were
government atl irneys in I84.
With few exceptions, the r
Jewish law gradual about
S300 a year less than iis non
Jewish Cll
scholas Hall ol I
non-Jewish lawyers in
surveyed earned under $3,170 W
1948. "whereas half of the Jewish
lawyers in the ground received
under S*950.
Bath groups received largi
comes when they worked in cities
between 250.000 populati in and
1.000.000 than in smaller or larger
cities. Both groups also earned
more in the south than in any
other part of the country, and
both groups Had their hardest
struggle for a livelihood in New
York City.
Of those surveyed. 63r'< of all
Jewish lawyers in law firms were
connected with firms in which
all of the partners were Jewish,
and another 21 r< in firms in
which some of the partners were
Jews
butehe
Beth Jacob Vaad Adds
2 Butcher To List
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. execu- \
tive director of the Beth Jacob
; Vaad Hakasruth, announces that
two new butchers are now under
; the supervision of Beth Jacob
Vaad Hakashruth. They are
Morris Heller, who will open a!
FRIDAY
County Food"Mrf "*
future, and ?*
owner of the butcher"
the White K e Ma-k! '
ruth, now in it, S
shops and poultry S
n of the v

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Manuel Licbel
Hebrew Academy
Women Install
Mrs. Louis Makovsky was in-
stalled Monday as president of the
Hebrew Academy Women at a
luncheon" at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Other officers include the Mes-
dames Samuel Cohen. Alexander
Kogan. Samuel Ritter and Ben-
jamin Sherry, vice presidents:
Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky. treasurer:
Mrs. Isadore Spolter. recording
secretary: Mrs. Sidney Rabinow-
itz, corresponding secretary, and
Mrs. David S. Andron. financial
secretary.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff was the
installing officer. Mrs. Alexander
Kogan was the toastmistress of
the luncheon which featured
musical selections by the Hebrew
Academy' Choir under the direc-
tion of Joseph Schreibman.
Chairmen for the affair were
Mrs. Samuel Ritter and Mrs.
Samuel Cohen.
Manuel Label
Joins Law Finn
ManueJ Lubel announces that I'
he is now engaged in the practice
of law in association with Aaron
M. Kanner with offices in the
Shereland Building. .
A recent graduate of the Lni-:
versitv of Miami Law School.
Lubel* is a member of the Nu|
Beta Epsilon. honorary legal
fraternity. Dade County Bar As-
sociation. Florida Bar Associa-
tion. judge advocate of the Jew- j
ish War Veterans Post of Coral
Gables, and board member of the
Miami Jewish Community Center.
A native of Mobile. Ala., he j
served in the U. S. Air Force for
four vears during World War II.
Upon" his discharge from service
in 1946. he resumed his studies
at the University of Miami and
has since made his residence
here.
Lubel is married to the former
| Ida Weinstein of Utica. N. Y.. and
| is the father of a son, Gary, and
a daughter. Deborah.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Dade Kosher
Will Re-Open June nth Inihr
the Original Manaavinvnt of
Mr. H. Zaidman
WATCH FOR THE OPENING!
Free Delivery Throughout
tireater Miami
Mr. Zaidman invites all his former customers to og.
arail themselves of his usual fine, courteous service.
as well as of the best in strictly Kosher
western meats and selected poultry.
Dade Kosher Market!
153 N. W. 5th Street
Telephone 3-14301
Under the personal supervision of
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackuvsky
Lilten to WINZ from Nosn to 1:45
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Ritual Committee Named
David Whitman, president of:
the Beth Jacob Congregation, an- i
nounces the appointment of I.
Miller, Eli Barnhard and Philip i
Schenkman as a ritual committee .
to engage cantors in addition to
Cantor Louis D. Feder. for High
Holy Day services to be con- j
ducted in the synagogue and
David Whitman Hall.
Applications are now being re-
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mittee. The engagement of can-
1 tors and assistant cantors will be
, announced in the near future.
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*Jml$f> Meridian
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
PAGE THIRTEEN
Lple israei iRaform). 137
1th SI Dr. Jacob H* KaPlan-
[Emeritus.
, gervlCM at P-"-
ln "HI conduct the BtrviOM.
|sh Community Center
Lrvative). 2020 Polk St..
Vood. Rsbbt Jacob J. Honig;
nl 7. Saturday
ervicea nt !<:30. .Sunday
EL from J:S0 '" 1":30 the center
,. uth.
pie Emanu-El (Reform),
; Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
, Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Rajison will conduct the
and preach. The public is
J Hebrew school at the temple
I. n| '- a.m. Religious school
at M5. j.
i Hebrew School and Con-
(Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
Ire. Rabbi Simon April.
(Berele Kelemer.
- i v Ices at 6:43.
fv morning :.i '' llabbl Aiiilrs
i in- "Light of the Menorah."
Ell......i the Father* at 5:80
, .\| -.- ... < jilos SudOH and
service 7:30 a.m. and
II. |, ,i school from 3:::1)
pie Betn snoiom (Liberal),
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Leon Kronish; Cantor
| Kelemer.
renlug st-rvices at 8:15.
|sh will speak. Sabbath
Ht In:4". a.in.
legation Beth David (Con-
ire I, Coral Way and 26th
[Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Mamches.
g service! at 6:30.
Saturday morning at 9.
Iivah of Kenneth, son of Mr.
ft Hi bert Sher. Services Sat-
Includlna "The Sab-
hMUtt" with a discussion of
fcf Our Fathers led by Rabbi
The Sabbath Repast" will
i.reil !> Mr. and Mrs. Bert
I holier of the Bar Mitzvah of
n. Kenneth Student congrega-
tion! Its services with the
Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and
anil Maarl\ at 6 p.m. Hebrew
ally at 8:30.
tern israei Congregation of
[(Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
revening services at 6:15 p.m..
;ii .i.in with Mincha at 6.
ems ,n that area are invited
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,,Con.9Te9ation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). MIS Euclid Ave..
Miarru Beaoh. Rabbi Isaac H,
Brtffi
Min.ha Friday cur, Kil.ha'-,.
miabbal at 7 ,..,. Saturday
ervlce. s.,. fobbl Ever win ,^
-Th 'i-.iT ''' ;' "1" lecture on
mi v. '-'.''''.V J ,he Fathers."
Mincha at 8:15 followed by Bholos
Seduos. Zmiras and remarks by
guests, Maariv follows. Dallj II,-
brtw school Monday through Thursday
at 3:30. Daily class In Mlshna after
morning services. Class in Jewish cus-
toms and laws before Mincha and
Maariv services. Iiailv services at 8
a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Canter Isaac s. Smith will fficl-
ate at services Friday evi ins
Sunday school classes every Sundsv it
'ho office of In-. Win. Hi,ii,s, r,",r, N \v
62nd St. Hebrew classes under di-
rection of Rev. Philip Frieii at 8701
N W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and
Ihursda: from 4 to 6 p.m.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St..
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:30: Sat-
urday nmrnlng at !. Bar Mitzvah of
Martin, son ,,f Mr. and .Mrs Max
Resnlck. 428 YV DiUdo Drive. Mincha
a i 8:30 followed by Khal< Be irloc
Zmiras and remarks by guests. Maariv
will follow. Daily services at 7:30 a.m.
and 6:45 p.m. Sunday morning.services
at 8.
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Sabbath services at 9:4." a.m. Satur-
day. I'.ar Mitzvah of Donald, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Radar of 27411 S.W.
32nd Ct. Kiddush will follow. Con-
gregational picnic will be held Sunday.
June 4, at Matheson Hammock with
all groups meeting at the park at 10
a.m. Installation dinner-dance Mon-
day, June 5. at the Gateway on Coral
Way.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr,
Friday night services at 6: Saturday
morning at 9. Daily services at 8
a.m.
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Service Friday night at 6: Saturday
night al 6 Mincha services followed
by Shalos Seudos. Services Monday
to Thursday 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. All
Young Israel members in the area are
invited to attend.
North Dad* Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Satin day morning services at 10.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th At*.
Saturday sei vices at 9 a.m.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-:
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
, Fndav evening services at 6-30 nm
corning service, at ?80
,', t$. .'h ",' S:"l'""l- son of Mr.
jnd Mr-. Joe Balber. Mincha at 6:36
j North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Friday evening services at vr, '
Sermon topic will i, "King llf ,',;
Mi. and Mrs, Many Tessler
llowniK the Services. The ililir,.
mg^rrviclP,'atn9Vlt0d- 8atur" """'
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Me*-
cheloff.
l-'i Iday evening services at >', 4",
Saturday morning ni 30, Bar Mitzvah
01 son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Green-
new. Intermedia!.....ig, at 9 a m.
Muuha at 6:46 followed by bTialos
Sudos, Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on the Portion c.r the Week Dally
religious school Monday through
i h n s,lay at 3:30 and Sunday at
a.m.
.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
13681 N. W. 2nd St.
Sei vices Sat ji day morning at 8;0<
j 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 "Capltal-Uibor Itela-
tionshlp." Important congregational
meeting win follow the services.
Congregation beth Ttilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Hack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 6:45.
Saturday morning at 8:80. The rabbi,
win preach on Portion of the Week,
At 5:15 p.m. Rabbi Ita.Uovsky will
speak on "Ethics of the Fathers,"
followed by Mincha 'at 5:43. Shalos
SedUOS and Maariv. Dally serv-
ices 7:30 a.m. followed by class In
Mlshna. Mincha services at 6:45 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 Centex (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrrnan. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 6:45.
Saturday morning at 9. The rabbi
will preach on the 1'ortion of the Law.
Bar Mitzvah of Allan, son of Mrs.
Lillian I-ewis and Norton Robert, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Sachnoff. Dally
services at 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
Beach Lodge Extends
Essay Contest Deadline
Deadline in the essay contest
for the Miami Beach High
Schools, sponsored by Miami
Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has
been extended to midnight. June
10. it is announced by Chairman
Saul Genet.
The Americanism project has
been extended in view of the
semester examinations at the
Beach High Schools. Genet said.
Students may submit essays of
250 words or less on the subject
"What Democracy Means To Me"
post marked before midnight of
the new deadline date.
First prize will be a $50 U. S.
Savings Bond, second a $25 bond
and third prize $10 in cash. Serv-
ing with Genet on the contest
committee are Dr. Wilbur Wish-
ner and Harry J. Sonz. Prizes
will be awarded at the lodge's
annual July 4 rally in Flamingo
Park.
Boat Ride Planned
A boat ride and barn dance
will be sponsored by Sholen.
Lodge, B'nai B'rith. on the "Seven
Seas Dreamboat" on Sunday
evening. June 25.
Arrangements are under the di-
recention of Bernard Fuller and
Harold Friedman. Boat capacity
is 290 persons and reservations
may be made by calling the
Sholem Lodge office at 82-5684.
Swim Dance Slated
The Tri Beta Club of the Miami
Jewish Community Center will
sponsor a "Bar-B" swim dance
at the Tropics Hotel. 1550 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach, on Saturday;
June 10, at 8 p.m., acording to
Dottie Singer, president.
DOV Chapter To Meet
DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en will hold a meeting on
Wednesday, June 7. at 1 p.m. at
Beth El, according to Mrs. Rose
Pertes. president. Report on Mrs.
Sobel's luncheon will be given
and summer projects discussed.
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Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
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vention and treatment.
The forum will be held on the
regular meeting night. Tuesday.
June 13. at 8:30 p.m. at Beth El
and will feature Drs. Morton M.
Halpern, Lawrence Adler and
William Wickman.
Program chairman David
Stuzin of the lodge states
that this is the first time a service
organization has attempted to
bring complete technical informa-
tion to its membership on this
vital subject. Dr. Wickman, in
charge of the medical meeting
will present a sound movie deal-
ing with cancer.
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Wednesday, June 7, at 1 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Joseph Rogers,
4300 S.W. 13th Terr.
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FRIDAY,

Camp Registration
Open Until June 5
Registration for Camp Coral
(formerly known as Camp Hillel)
will close on Monday, June 5, for
the first five week session, which
will get underway Monday, June
19.
Organized to meet the needs
of families in the Coral Gables-
Southwest section during the
school vacation period, the camp
will be in session for ten weeks
on Mondays through Fridays from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Transportation, meals, snacks,
medical and dental examinations
will be offered in the program.
Daily activities will include ath-
letics, dramatics, music, arts and
crafts, archery, tennis, swiming
and swimming instruction and
citizenship.
The camp staff includes Dr.
John Gallo, camp physician, and
Dr. David Seitlin, camp dentist-
Morris "Chuck" Klein, former
University of Miami athlete and
local athletic director, is head
counselor.
A limited number of registra-
tions will be accepted until June
5 at the Hillel House. 3306 Ponce
de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.
Hebrew Academy
To Hold nosing
Exercises June 8
Closing day exercises for the
Hebrew Academy will be held
Thursday, June 8, at 1:30 p.m. at
the school auditorium, 6th and
Jefferson Ave.. Miami lieach.
The ceremonies will feature
commencement day orations by
Robert Stone. Dona Makovsky.
Tamra Mamches. Michael Simon-
hoff and a pianolog by Renah
Mescheloff. A combined chorus
of the Hebrew and English de-
partments under the direction of
Joseph Schreibman and Ednal
Sachs will also participate.
Olin C. Webb, principal of Mi-
ami Beach High School, will be
principal speaker.
Awards for scholarship, good
citizenship, outstanding work and
sportsmanship will be presented.
, Stone Named To
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Richard B. Stone, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Stone of the
Blackstone Hotel. Miami Beach,
was this week appointed manager
of the New England Councils
vacation business division and
executive secretary of the New
England Recreational Develop-
ment Committee.
Stone joined the council *an
in Boston last July as a business
researcher after graduation from
Harvard. His new position entails
promotion of the vacation re-
gions of Maine. New Hampshire.
Vermont, Massachusets, Hhode
Island and Connecticut.
Swiss Knight Cheese
Sold In Economy Size
Gerber & Co. of New York,
national distributors of imported
Swiss Knight Gruyere Process
Cheese, announce that in addition
to the six and 12 portion round
boxes, they have now ready for
retailers a brand new three por-
tion, three ounce "half moon1'
box.
This new economy package
should be an ideal summer seller,
especially for snacks, picnics and
beach parties, the distributors
say. It should also help to intro-
this product to many new
customers and expand the sales.
they continue.
The cover of the new b>>\ Is
tical in design and appear-
ance with the well known round
and carries the distinctive
red band across the label. The
three one-ounce triangles are in-
dividually foil wrapped and
labeled in the regular manner.
Mrs. Skop Heads
Rabbis1 Wives
To promote the religious and
social life of Jewish communities
in Florida and to assist their
rabbi-husbands in the spiritual
leadership of congregations wives
of members of the Florida As-
sociation of Rabbis haye formed
an organization to meet annually
durini the state rabbinical con-
ference.
Mrs. Morris A. Skop andL Mr*
Jacob Honig. wives of the rabbis
of the Coral Gables Jewish Center
and the Hollywood Jewish Center,
were elected president and secre-
tary for the first year.
At the initial meeting of the
group in Tampa, discussions were
held regarding entertaining of
board officers and membership;
role of the rabbi's wife in the
Jewish community; recommenda-
tion of young unmarried men
and women to meet socially
through social affairs under
synagogue auspices; relationship
of rabbi's wife to the sisterhoort
and congregational affairs and
programs.
All rabbis' wives who are mem-
bers of the Association of Florida
Rabbis are eligible for member-
ship and are asked to contact
Mrs. Honig at the Hollywood
Jewish Center.
Civic League To Meet
The Southwest Civic League
will hold its next meeting on
Tuesday, June 6, at 8:30 p.m., ac-
cording to an announcement by
Max Friedson, president.
Highlight of the evening will
be a discussion of federal aid to
slum clearance by Abe Aronovitz
and Roscoe Brunstetter, who will
speak on opposing views on the
subject. Norman R. Lyons will
introduce the speakers. _____
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FI.OIUDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
1330(12.
MERCEDES E. HAMMOND, Plaintiff,
vs. WALTER LEWIS HAMMOND.
Defendant.
TO: WALTER LEWIS HAMMOND,
1215 Royal Street.
New Orleans, Louisiana.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copv of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney,
anil file the original answer in the
office of the Cleric of the Circuit
Court on or before the 29 day of June,
1950, in the above entitled cause for
divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Qon-
tesso will be entered against you.
DATED this 29 day of May, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
v By C. R WILSON,
Deputy Clerk.
EMANUEL LEVENSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1407 Biscayne Building;,
Miami 32, Florida
8/2-9-16-23 ______
LEGAL
ktice
NOT,CE nanmd|r, "
NOTICE iff'&tt!'
fjpss
the undersiK,,^"^^'W;,
business under thV iSl>
Star I.iin,,.. ;.!? "min
8UrU.ii.or BtoSVifi
3rd1 Avenue, Mi.,,,,,*\1H
Said IiailH Witt!
Circuit Coun ,'f fh.^V
Burt of Da&cSP'l
STAR TRArMV^JL
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name with
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NOTICE undm nmd
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Soda-Bar at 1020 N w**J
Miami. Kla Inunq tiV
name with the Clerk ./?
Court of Dad* Co^-,%1.
RAYMOND COW
M. | JURuT8 P- **?
50! Biscayne Buildinc
Vr6/e2y.9^CAPP"C""
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.-
IN CHANCERY. No. 133075.
HELEN CONFORTI, Plaintiff, vs.
JOHN CONFORTI, Defendant
TO: JOHN CONFORTI
Residence Unknown ,_rT .. ,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTF1ED that
a suit for divorce has been brought
against you by HELEN CONFORTI
and you are required to serve a. cop>
of your written defenses, if any. on
the Plaintiff's Attorney, and file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on orbefore the
day of June, 1950, In default of which
the Bill of Complaint will be Uken
as confessed against you.
DATED this 2S ^O^May.^950.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
.Circuit Court SU) r wce jr
Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/2-9-16-23 ________^^^___
1329:'3 '" CHAS
OAROLINK SANDS PUim
To. Mr Frederick A. Saik"
c/o Mrs. Eileen Bake?
4205 48th Avenue
oodsidi-, long Ighnj ,
YOU ARE HESeWBU
serve a copy of vour AuL,
Bill of Complaint In the ,'
for Divorce, on the pah?
torneys, and file the
LEGAL NOTICE
SEITLIN & COMPANY ?~*~*>
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
111293-D.
DANIEL C.LADSTONE, Plaintiff, vs.
PEARL GLADSTONE. Defendant.
TO: PEARL C.LADSTONE
c. o Samuel Knauer
J08 S Ird Avenue
Highland Park
New Brunswick, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
.t Bill of Complaint fur Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
hereby required to serve a copy ,lf
. swei t-> the BUI of Complaint
mii Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the
original Answer in the Office "f the
C .k u- the circuit Court, pi
before the -Tth day of June.
the allegations of said Hill
be Uken as confessed against
: -
DATED this 26 day .f May, lS0.
E, B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk the Cii ill C >ui L
It i .: > .ill
By WM. w. ST< ICKING,
Deput) Clerk
STREET A: GREENFIELD
\. rneya for Plaintiff
B) Lee Greenfield
850 Lincoln Ru.il
Miami Beach, Florida
i 6/2-9-16-23
office of the Clerk of SL
Court, on or before WsJ
otherwise said BUI of C
be taken as confessed bv n
Dated this 22 da>- of JUv"
E. B. LEAir
Clerk of the C
Dade Count)',
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. ST
MYERS, HEIMAN fuSM
Attorneys for Plaintiff
650 Seybold Building
Miami, Fk.rlda
5/26 6/2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND TOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN CHANC-
ERY. No. 133095.
AMY RIVK1N. Plaint1". *
HERBERT DAVID-R1VKIN.
Defendant. _____. .
TO: Mr. Herbert David Rlvkln
175 Beach 79th Street
yoI^^re^heR^by Notified
that a Bill of CompUlnt for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to serve couj
of vour Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs attorney, and
hie the original Answer in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 2Sth day of June, 19*0.
in default of which, the Bill, of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you. __, ,
DoN'E ami ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County, Florida, this 29th day
"f "** "%. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Beal)^ (. ^^
Deputy Clerk.
i.i.i i SHEINER
Attorne) for Plaintiff
1204-05 Pacific Buililing
2. Florida
i mi -7674.
; 2-9-16-21
NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE COUNTY, JUDGES I
IN AND FOR DADE 01
FLORIDA. IN PB0B
23794.
In Re: Estate of
Theodoulos Kakaoii. Dm,.
Notice is hereby given tsat
to the order of the above Coot
May IS. 1950. a public silt
estate's assets, to-vit, a ot
Interest in the chatted and .
known as Pete'i Bar B-Q,
at 2.137 R W. Stli Strut, _
Florida, shall be held at t:N
Monday, June :>, IN*, 811',
Sth Street, Miami. Fior:d. I|
i purpose of paynf lRe debl*'
I estate. The sale shall be cOi
by the undfraifaed admuilstral
' the above estate and shall be
for the beat price obtainable
Dated May tt, V.
ANDREAS CHR1ST0D
Administrator
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/2-9-16-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
dersigned, desiring to engage In
bui sess under the fictilkius nam.- ol
Imperial Hotel ;u *$-'-2 w. Stn
Street, Miami. Florida. Intend to regis-
ter said name with th.- Clerk : Hie
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALBERT SWARTZ
BELLE SWARTZ
MAURICE LEFCOE
EDYTHE W. LEFCOb
MYERS", HEIMAN & KAPI^AN
650 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Imperial Hotet
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intend to register said name with tni
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGETS COFRT
IN A NO FOR DADE COI NT\.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
11894.
In Re: ESTATE OF
ANNA KORETZKT,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against ham
Estate: .,.
Tou, and each of you, are heret>>
notified and required to present an>
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have againm ine
estate of Anna Koretiky. deceased,
lists of I>ade County, Florida, to tne
Hun. W. F. Blanton, County Judge oi
Dade County, and file the same in His
office In the County Courthouse_ in
. I>ade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date Of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ao-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
, to and presented as aforesaid, or same
; will be barred. See Sfction ISO of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date May ^& "^retZKV.
As Administrator of the Estate of
Anna KoreUky. Deceased.
EL.RY STONE
Congress Building
Attorney for Administrator.
ii/ /I--lt____________________________
I USE THESE COLUMNS FOB
I YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISING
vs. ttLAl*1-
Defendant
TO: OLADYS 8. ,
3M *onH>*JS
Newark v >',J ^M
You arc l"'*^|
""'^i'Bin'ot cS>*
which ta enclo* w
original In ^J^ erj
the Circuit Couf'ujj.oJ
day of May. ,,EaT
Clerk of tM '
(Circuit Court Se __,
BEN M^S&n
Attorney l<* J'L
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Miami. Fla.
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jpAY, JUNE 2, 1950
LEGAL NOTICES
+Jfn>isti fhrec/iar?
IN TV.
'-.: STEIN. Plaintiff, vs.
.' STEIN, Defendant.
bos| 'TEIN
j street
. fork
,1 to serve n copy of
the Bill of Complaint
i the plaintiffs attorney,
original answer In the
,. clerk of the Circuit
. i for,- ill-- until clay of
x'|p jo otherwise, the Bin
for Divorce,
will
ml Florida, this the
Siv ol May,
' i: B, LEATHBRMAN,
clerk of the circuit Court.
bade County, Florida.
ii Court SeaD
By: M. C. FBK1H,
Deputy Clerk.
f and A Idreaa of
iffj solicitor:
!,S A FRIEDMAN
gjybold Building
Flo Ida.
l/t-9-16
heretofore
taken as con-
InOTICE BY PUBLICATION
tHK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IjIllNJAMIN PAUL HENRY
Pearl 8tn el
Icon. Missouri
l iii'- hereby onlered and required
Brve a copy of your Answer to the
of Complaint, a copy of which
closed herewith, on Plaintiffs
f. nd file the original In the
, of Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court
befon the 15th Pay of June.
otherwise th.' alienations of said
|of Complaint win be taken as
*sed by you.
|t.,i || Miami, Florida, this 16th
V Ma)
i: I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of tbe Circuit Court.
uit Co ii t Seal)
By: M
ESSEN, ESQ.,
i plaintiff
Building,
) PI
'
C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
PAGE FIFTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
VI III
REBECCA PORTNQY
t&St&gjsr*' mri*> ">!
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Curl of ||.
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and
fw f,or,.Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By W.M. VV. STOCK IN.;
8HSS&.- aSBS? Clerk-
Attorneys at I,aw
1214-19 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
a/26 6/2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
___ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKIIV 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
MYF.RS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
5/M 6/2-9-16
Ik
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Coral Gate Medical Building at 31S"
S.W. 22nd St., Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
LENA FEINSTEIN ZIMMERMAN
Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN A.- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
/2t; i: 1-9-16
JOTIC.E ?.r P^irRTTOFTHE I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
-UN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 132721.
WALTER ROBERT LEVITT,
Plaintiff, vs.
ALMA LEVITT. Defendant.
TO: ALMA LEVITT
132-20 226th Street
Laurelton, L. I.
New York
You are hereby notified that a suit
for divorce has been brought against
you as above styled and you are
I nereby required to serve a copy of
your answer to tin- Bill of Complaint
on Plaintiffs attorney, and to file
the original answer In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 19th day of June, 1950,
otherwise a decree pro confesso may
be entered against you.
Dated, May 12, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W.
fcVENTH Jl'DlCIAL CIRCUIT,
ASH FOR DADE COUNTY;
Bit IDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
[
[LANGER, Plaintiff, vs. ANNA
ROF.R, Defendant.
|MNA LANGER
-'i Av< nua
bklyn. New York
. HEREBY NOTIFIED
Bill b-
at you
Divorce has been filed
in the above entitled
eby required
>y of your Answer to the
m the Plaintiffs
i file the original In the
rk of Circuit Court on
16th, A. D. 1950.
I
7"
JED i Miami, Florida, this 1
If May, \ D, 1950.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
' th. circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and
lor Dade County, Florida.
|lt Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
>T, SILVER,
l WAYNE.
leys for Plaintiff
' -s Building
Florida
6 2-9
I0TICE TO CREDITORS
IE c-i \Ty .iincrrs COURT
|f\.\|. for DADE COUNTY,
IDA IX I'ROBATE, No.
M 'TE OF
II' ZAVON,
MURRAY GOODMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olvmpln Building
Miami, Florida
5/19-26 6/2-9
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk, i
i -
;'. i
fSstat

and
"id All Persons Hav-
or Demands Against
h of you, are hereby
' i liti-il to present any
'"i nds which yon, or
i. may have against the
, \\ iii ZAVON, deceased,
1 1 ounty, Florida, to the
I; RLANTON, County Judge
and file the same in
the County Courthouse
Florida, within eight
nth from the date of tho
i"" hereof, said claims
contain the legal ad-
1 "i inl and to be sworn
1 o ns aforesaid, or same
1 Hee Section 120 of the
Ac t.
K A.D. 1950.
ROBERT H. ZAVON,
tor of the Last Will and
of DAVID ZAVON.
} FRIEDMAN
<- Executor
W-16
P'
bll
Ii
thai,
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I.. NAME LAW
|r;,.'S f'^REBY GIVEN that
Tun, I, ,u ,s..rl"5 1" engage In
liiniiei, the fictitious name of
th?% ilt lm N-W. 1st
!^;.L"-V of Miami. Intend
'id name with the Clerk
ourt of Dade County,
I'Cllit (
WSfl"f -
"' Applicants
Road
!EINAN.?|RLArJ,CT,T,OU8
------. ,. name
&2nT Court
Si-it,7 -'"'mptt
* M ,wTATIn>,S. INC.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE
COUNTY, Pl.t ilil DA.No. 20606.
RE: ESTATE OF
IRVING GREENBERG,
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that 1
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as ancillary exe-
cutrix of the estate of IRVING
GREENBERG, deceased; and that on
the. 14 day of June, 1950, I will apply
to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County. Florida.
for aporoval of said final report ana
for final discharge .,s ancillary
executrix of the estate of IRVING,
GREENBERG, d.....lased.
This 12th day of May. 1950.
ETHEL GREENBERG
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancillary Executrix
5/19-26 6/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tho fictitious name of
Are Employment Service at 127 N.E.
1st Ave., Miami, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
SAM GREENBERG
NAT LAWRENCE
Partners
5/26 6/2-9-16
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 132715.
WILLIAM KRANZ, Plaintiff, vs.
ANNA KRANZ. Defendant.
TO: ANNA KRANZ,
180 Riverside Drive
New York N Y
YOU ARE "HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a bill of complaint for divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of vc::- answer to the bill of com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney and
fllo the original answer In the office
of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 20th day of June, 19>0,
in default of which the bill of com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
.gainst you.
Dated this 12 day of May. 19a0.
1-;. it. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Plaintiff
611 Biscay ne Building
Miami, Florida.
6/19-26 6/2-9
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
...... mnraui
AHRRTKODi^^1ES!HBERa
Attorneys-nt-law
607-8 Olympla Building
Miami. Klorlda
6 26 6 2-s-lg
IV Nr?n!CE,,0F MASTERS SALE
IN I HE CIRCUIT COURT oF Till.-
*VEMTH JUDICIAL1 CUtCUTT
\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY
"jgglDA.- IX CHANCERY. No!
undersigned, as Special Master,
under and by virtue of the Flna
Decree of Foreclosure heretofore
ORlJXRv>RS,ORT.and 3"ZABETH
.'. V ?'. ''.'. w,f'"' ** Plaintiffs,
and < ASA LOMA MOTEL company,
Florida corporation, Is defendant I
as .Special Master In Chancery ap-
pointed by ihe Court In snld decree.
under and by virtue of the terms
thereof will offer for sale and sell at
public outcry to Ihe highest and best
bidder for cash at the South front
door of the Court House of Dade
County In the city of Miami, Florida,
on the 12th day of June, A. D. 1950,
between the hours of eleven o'clock
A. M. and two o'clock P. M., the
same being a legal sales day and the
hours Ihe legal hours of 'sale, the
following described property situate
In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt:
FIRST TRACT:
Beginning at the SW corner of
the SW, of the NEK of the
NW ', of See. ::!, Township .",1
South, Range 4'' East, said point
also being the SW corner of I*>t
Three CD. Block Three (3),
HALLANDALE, according to the
prat thereof recorded in Plat Book
"B". Page IS, of the Public
Records of Dade County. Florida,
run in an Easterly direction along
the southerly line of said Lot I,
Block :;. or the southerly line of
Of the SW', of the NEW of the
NW', of said Sec. :t|, u distance,
of 663.49 ft. to a point, said point j St.,
being the Intersection of the last
mentioned line with the westerly
right of way line of Male Road
No, l, or Federal Highway U. s.
No. i. thence run in a north-
easterly direction deflecting 65
degi.es, |g minutes, 11 seconds
to the left along tin- westerly
line of said State Road No. 4, a
distance of 5.68 ft. to a point,
said point being the intersection
of ihe westerly line of said State
Road No. 4, with Ihe westerly
line of l.ot I or the easterly line
of Lot :i, Block 3, HALLANDALE,
above mentioned, thence continue
lit a northeasterly direction along
Ihe last mentioned course pro-
duced Northeasterly along the
westerly line of said Stale Road
No. 4, as described in Right-of-
way Deed recorded in Deed Book
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
.^.. PILE 447Ii
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ben Boskin, holder of Everglades
Drainage District Tax Bale Certificates
numbered 3I. 5959, and 65S7. dated
the ...st day of May, A.M. I'M,', !>.: .
rued said certificates In my |
and has mad.- application f..i "t.,\ deed
I.'.',.. ..' ,""""" In accordance with
a. Saul certificates embwe-e the
[""owing descr.....d property, situated
I" Dade County, State of Mori la, (o
v.V01 in''1",""'" ? "' fl- "'- D- Snnfords
Sub., l lat Book i, Pag* 26. (boated in
Dade (ounty. Slate of Florid*;
embraced in Certificate No. 4531 The
wen! of Bald property under the
said certificate Issued was in
name of Frederick Banna.
LOtj46, Riviera Park, Plat Book IS.
th,
Page r,Jocated In Dade County, state
of hiorlda, as embraced In Certificate
-No. ,..i.,. The assessment of said
property under the said certificate
BuSSmsT** ",e "ame of F,:",k ''
_Lota 2S & 29, Block 5, Llndlev
Perrine. Center, A Sub., plat Book 25,
,ftiLraW In Dade County, State
v -, 55 '"'braced in Certificate
.10. btio,. rile assessment of said
property under the said certificate
Jssued was in the name of Will H.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
wm"h" H,'nor,l;,K will he issued thereon on the Cth dav
of June, A.D. 1950.
SatSS.Ju,l the 3r,i d->y of May,
A.D. 19o0.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court,
/r., ,, 1>v<1* County. Florida.
(Circuit. Court Seal)
By N. C. STERRETT.
.V.--12-19-26 6/2 .1*PU,y C'erk-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is- HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersign,..!, desiring to engage in
business under the. fictitious name of
1 laymates Sport Togs at 132 N W
24th street, Miami, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad.- County, Florida
LEON B BROWN
SARA L. BROWN
SIDNEY: BOBBINS
Attorney fur Applicants
901 N. E. 2nd Avcnu*
". 26 II'2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name 01
CraftWOOd Products at 27.") N.W. 27th
titends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
R< >BERT L. SHNAYERSON
I wn,-r
S 5-12-19-26 6 2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT <>F TUB
ELEVENTH JL'.....IAI. CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
I'.1:"1; i''\ IN CHANCERY, No.
EDWARD A. QLYNN, Plaintiff, vs.
FLORENCE OLYNN. Defendant
I": l-'l.' IRENCE GLYNN,
3n Locust Hill Avi nue,
Yonkers, New York.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
nopy of your answer t., (he bill of
complain) on the i lalntlffx attorney,
""l file the original answer in tlio
offlc......he c:eik of the Cin ill Court
on or before the 2 day ,.t June,
.a the above entitled pause for divorce,
otherwise a Decrre Pro Confesso will
be entered against you.
DATED this 2 dav of Mav, 1930
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sea II
By WM. W. STOCKING,
EMANUEL LEVENSON1."""'' ^^
Attorney for Plaintiff,
607 Biscayne Building,
Miami 32. Florida.
5/S-1J.U-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI.OR1DA. |N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN CHANC-
ERY, No. 132363.
ROSE SLOTZ. Plaintiff, vs. MOSES
SLOT/.. Defendant.
TO: MR. MOSES SIXITZ
R. D. No. 1
Box 27S
West Albany. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFE}> that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
lieu filed against you, and yflgj are
hereby required to serve a ropy of
your Answer to the Bill of Comalalnt
on the plaintiff's attorney, ami file
the original Answer In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
In-fore the 29th day of May. 1950, In
default of which, the Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against v.ci.
Ho.NE and ORDERED at -Miami.
Dado County, Florida, this 2Mb day of
April, 1950.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
LEO 8HEINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
1204-03 Pacific Building
Miami 32, Florida
Phone: >2-7674.
B/5-12-19-26
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
lr.79, .Page 24, Public Records of ",,,,' ,,
Dade County, Florida, a distance nl,,Z
Of 94.35 ft. to the point of beginning \!,L I
of 94.35 ft. 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
Westerly line of said State Road
No. 4, a distance of 100 ft. to a
point, thence run westerly along
a line deflecting to the left 114
degrees, 31 minutes, 49 seconds
along a line being parallel to and
181.948 ft. distant northerly from
the south line of said Lots 3 and
4, Block 3, HALLANDALE, a
instance of 7,'ii).:;:i ft. to a point,
said point being on the westerly
line of said Lot 3, Block 3,
HALLANDALE. then,,, run south-
erly along a line deflecting 91
degrees, 13 minutes, 03 seconds
to the left along the westerly line
of said l,nt ::, Block 3, a distance
of 91.11 ft. to a point, thence run
easterly along a line deflecting to
the lefl s^ degrees, 46 minutes,
r7 seconds, along a line parallel
to and :" i'7l ft. distant northerly
from the south line of said Lots
3 and 4, Block 8, HALLANDALE,
a distance of 706.93 ft. to the
point of beginning of the tract ol
land herein described, containing
I..",2 acres, more or less:
SECOND TRACT:
Being a portion of the Southwest
Quarter is\\'',) of the Northeast
Quarter (NE',1 Of the Northwest
Quarter (NW1,) and the Southeast
Quarter tSE'4) of the Northeast
Quarter (N'K',1 of the Northwest
Quarter t.N'W',1 of Section 34,
Township 51 .South, Range 42 East,
Dade County, Florida, described
as follows:
Beginning at a point on the
West line of said SWVi of NB*4
of NW'., located 1S2.00 feet North
of the Southwest corner of said
SW'4 thence run easterly parallel
to and 1SI.948 feet North of the
South line of said SW!4 and SEVi,
750 39 feet to the Westerly Right-
of-Way line of Federal Highway
IT S. No. 1; thence run North-
easterly along said Right-ofVVay
100.00 feet; thence run Westerly
parallel to and 272.922 feet -North
of the South line of said SW%
and SEW 79S.84 feet to the said
West line of BWMi 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 ns aforesaid, to-
gether with all the tenements,
hei itaments and
thereunto belonging,
appertaining, being
all liens of record,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND l-'nl; DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1326S4.
James Phillip Gradwell, Plaintiff, vs.
Janel L. Gradwell, Defendant.
Janet L. Gradwell
655 W. Johnson street,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
c/o Eldridge.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to ihe Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on th Plantlff 8 attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
the Clerk of the Circuit
or before the 12th dav of
June, A.D. I960, otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Daled at Miami, Florida, this the
10 day of May, 1950.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Keal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
1033 Beybold Building
Miami, Florida.
."i/12-19-2fi /2
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
PILE |s7'.S
Notice Is i, reby given that Ben
holder of City of Miami Tax
sal.- Certificate Numbered 3672, dated
the 2nd dav ..f June, A.D, 1947, has
filed said Certificate in my office, and
has mad.- application for tax deed to
le thereon In accordance with law.
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property, situated in
Dade County, Florida, to-wit:
L.t 2.".. Blk. I. Subdivision of Da la
Miller Tract Addition Number I. Plat
Book 2, Page 70, In the City of Miami,
County of Dade, state of Florida.
Tho assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was In
the name of Unknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will issue t! .
on the '1th dav of June, A.D. I'.'".".
Dated this 3rd day of May. A.D.
1950
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C, STERRETT.
Deputy Clerk.
5/5-12-19-26 6/2________________________.
appurtenances
or In anywise
sold subject to
to satisfy said
deDATBD this 12th day of May, A. D.
195" AMOS BENJAMIN,
Special Master in Chancery.
ALFRED KREISLER
-s,,',i,-nor for Plaintiffs
1009 Pan American Bank Building
Miami, Florida
5/19-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No,
24144.
Ill Re: ESTATE OF
ARTHUR WEIL,
I le. e.lSe.l.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. anrl 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 Arthur Well, deceased, late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W. F. Blanton. County Judge Of Dade
County, and file the same In hi. office
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address
of tho claimant and to lie sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date May 9, A,D. 1950.
FRED R. IIERCHER,
As Administrator of the estate of
Arthur Weil. Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator.
5/12-19-26 6/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHEF FOODS at 2317 N.W. 7th
Avenue. Miami, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the> Cir-
cuit Court of Bade County. Florida.
HOLD-RICH CORPORATION
By Audrey Esther Goldflnger
Vice President
5/6-12-19-26 ii 2
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.No.
2IS9.V
RE: ESTATE OF
IRVING R. BECKER,
Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed mv final report and petition for
Final Discharge as administratrix of
the estate of Irving R. Becker, de-
ceased; and that on the 15th day of
June, 19.10, I will apply to the Honor-
able W, F. Blanton, County Judge of
Dade County. Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final
discharge as Administratrix of the
Estate of Irving R. Becker, deceased.
This 3rd day of May, 1950.
BEVERLY BECKER.
MARK SILVERSTEIN
Attorney for Administratrix
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
in 2.: 23.
EVE ROMERO LEVY. Plaintiff, VS.
GILBERT LEVY. Defendant.
TO: GILBERT LEVY
100 Woodruff Avenue
Prookhn. 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 Plaintiff's
nttorney, and file the original In the
orric, of the ciet-k of the Circuit
Court on or before June 9th, 19.1".
HATED at Miami, Florida, this 9
day of May, A.D. I960.
E. B, LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and
for Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputv Clerk.
PALLOT, SILVER, TAT1IAM
,>t WAYNE
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1214-19 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
5/12-19-26 6/2
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