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The Jewish Floridian ( June 9, 1950 )

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^ %  m^ME % %  % %  l^HHiHHI ihd^viislb-IEIIiDipidliiaun I^QLUME 23-NUMBER 23 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 9, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS 1. N. Trusteeship Council Opens Its Session; Reports On Jerusalem Issue LAKE SUCCESS, OTA)—The United Nations Trusteeship [council opened its session here this week with the question of settling the status of Jerusalem as one of the major pointe on its agenda. Discussion of the itue will be postponed—probably lor a week _at the request of the Iraqi delegate. Roger Garreau. retiring president of the Council. told the Council that he would make "an unfortunately brief report" on his mission in connection with the Jerusalem problem and would distribute to the members of the memorandum he received from the Israel government with regard to the Council's statute on Jerusalem. It is generally believed that the Council will decide that it can do nothing about the Jerusalem problem except refer the entVe matter back to the U.N. General Assembly meeting in September. The American delegation has indicated that it will favor such a move. Meanwhile, members of the Council displayed great interest in Israel's dramatic new proposal for a United Nations regime for the Holy Places of Jerusalem. However, the deleI gates agreed that the Council was I not empowered to discuss the Israel proposal since it is still operating under the decision of the General Assembly of last year to place the whole Jerusalem area under international trusteeship. Members of the American delegation stated that although the new Israel proposal can be considered a "step in the right direction." certain parts of it are still "vague." They said that the United States is still supporting the plan of the Palestine Conciliation Commission which calls for a modified internationalization of Jerusalem. At the same time, they gave the impression that the American government may favor a compromise between the Commission's plan and the new Israel proposal. Mac Henriquez-Urena of the Dominican Republic was elected president of the Trusteeship Council, succeeding Mr. Garreau. The Soviet delegate walked out of the session after failing to get the Council to unseat the Chinese Egypt Calls For American Arms LONDON. (JTA)—Egypt has asked the United States, in a written memorandum, to help equip her army with American arms, usually well-informed quarters stated in Cairo, Reuters reported. "The Egyptian government was understood to have asked for fighters, bombers, tanks and artillery, similar to those Israel is reported to be receiving from the United States," the dispatch said. The memorandum drew a comiP-rison between the populations and strategic positions of Egypt and Israel and stressed that Egyptian military preparations did not represent any aggressive intention. They were necessary for "internal security and defense against aggression," the report quoted the memorandum as [stating. American Ambassador Jefferjn Caffery has told Foreign Minister Mohamed Saleh El Din ey that Washington was ready to supply light weapons only, according to the report. The ambassador was understood to have said Egypt could obtain her requirements of American light weapons from British depots in the Suez Canal, Reuters said. Nationalist representative. Aubrey S. Eban, Israel's permanent delegate to the U.N., issued a statement expressing his government's gratification at the j will "hold "theVr"'gro"und breaking West Miami tenter To Break Ground For New Building The West Miami Jewish Center Tribune Says Frankfurter, Morgenthau, Lehman Constitute 'Secret Government' public response to its efforts to solve the Jerusalem deadlock, adding that "a solution is in sight if other interested parties show a similar spirit of conciliation and realism. "Before formulating its proposals, the Israel government conceremonies for their new building on Sunday, June 11, at 2:30 p.m. The ceremonies will take place on the site of the new structure, SW. 57th Ave. and 17th St. The building will house an auditorium, class rooms and a social hall. In the rear will be an CHICAGO, (JTA)—The assertion that U. S. Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, Senator Herbert H. Lehman and Henry Morgenthau, Jr. constitute the secret government of the United States" is made by the Chicago Tribune here in a two-column dispatch from its Washington cor r respondent. The correspondent attributes this assertion to "a person with the highest State Department connections." Justice Frankfurter is termed as "the most powerful man in the government, reaching into the White House with his proteges." Sen. Lehman is pictured as "a powerful Wall Street force," while Mr. Morgenthau was named by the alleged "State Department authority" as "the spokesman of the powerful Zionist groups." Declaring that "the names of all three figures were woven into the case of Alger Hiss" who was convicted of perjury, the Chicago Tribune says: "None of the three had been named as a fellow traveler, or has ever fallen under any suspicion of taint of Communism. All have been pro-Soviet to a degree, but only when the Russian position advanced the British or Zionist causes, or worked toward the fall of Nazi Germany." suited' with the leading members j ? ncl sed P atio alon S with Parking of the U.N. The response from I !" gi£~ l them greatly encouraged us to go Ben Gurion Outlines Israel's Views On Big Three Arms Policy • i !:: forward with our proposals," he continued. "We were further impressed by the growing number of our colleagues in the UN, who, having supported the resolution for an internationalized regime at the last session, now urged us with all fervor to assist in finding a more equitable solution. "The only criticism which I have heard so far is that our proposal is based on the promise of future peace in the Near East, whereas certain critics of our proposals base themselves on the premise of war. It is true that our basic premise is peace and not war. The expectation of war in the Near East is not a moral concept on which to base the future of Jerusalem," he pointed out. "Nor is this a logical argument in favor of the internationalized regime. For if the UN and especially the great powers, could not prevent war in the area, as they are solemnly pledged to do, how would they be able to safeguard the integrity of an internationalized city against the impact of that war?" Mr. Evan asked. The principal speakers for the JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The, views of the Israel government on some of them retain Palestine occasion will be Rabb! Max 1 t week s announce m en t by the I territory; he cited Egypt's presShapiro and Rabbi Morns Skop. | Big Three Powers concerning Preceding the ground breaking ceremonies the installation of officers for the coming year will take place. New officers are president, Irving Wexler; vice president, Leonard Kalish: recording secretary, Ethel Machety; corresponding secretary, Mary Holly; financial secretary, Edward Holly; treasurer, Lew Brown. Israel Faces New Immigration Crisis JERUSAUEM, (JTA) — Just at a time when the prospects for the migration of large numbers of Jews from East European countries to Israel are becoming brighter, the Jewish Agency and the Israel Government are compelled—because of financial reasons—to limit the number of immigrants entering Israel to 12,500 a month. This was reported this week at a meeting of the joint immigration coordinating board established by the Jewish Agency and the Israel government. their arms shipments policy for the Middle East were outlined here in a formal statement by Premier David Ben Gurion in the Israel Parliament. The Premier's statement was approved by 64 affirmative vote. The Premier sajd that Israel was satisfied that the discrimination against it by the sale of arms to the Arabs and the refusal to permit the Jewish state to purchase weapons had been eliminated, but he pointed out that the tri-partite statement was a unilateral action. He emphasized that since Israel is and has always acted as a sovereign state, this announcement can only be accepted as information. Continuing his presentation, Mr. Ben Gurion said that the Israel ence in Gaza and Transjordan's control of the Old City of Jerusalem and the "triangle" area of central Palestine. He called for Israel to "stand up against the aggressors" in the future as it had done in the past. Cautious Optimism' Urged For Workers At Conference House-Senate Conferees Report Cut New DP Immigration Law For Further Action WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The House and Senate conferees on the new DP immigration law this week reported out for further action by the two Houses of Congress the legislation on which they reached agreements. Final vote in both Houses are expected shortly. The compromise version calls for the admission of a total of 340,000 displaced persons between July 1, 1948, and June 30, 1951. The total includes 150,000 immigrants who have already entered under the terms of the DP Immigration Act of 1948. It also provides for the admission of 54,000 "volksdeutsch" expeHed from various Europea n countries Abbott Named Head Of Beach Civic Group Jack A. Abbott was named head of Miami Beach's Presidents Council Monday, succeeding Dr. I. W. Lippmann. Abbott, president of the Miami Beach Bar Association, is the immediate past president of the Civic League of Miami Beach. He was unanimously elected to the post of executive chairman while I. N. (Ike) Parrish general manager of the Beach Chamber of Commerce, was re-elected secretary. The council is currently made up of the executives of 20 Miami Beach organizations. ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA) — A thousand Jewish social workers, center workers and educators, worried by reports of declining government is particularly satisf un( j raising and budget curtailfied by the fact that the Allied ments. were assured this week Powers called for peace in the by Dr. Nathan Reich, a noted Middle East, took a stand against economist, at the opening session the use of force and pledged ac[ 0 f the National Conference of tion against an aggressor in the Jewish Social Welfare that "we area. He declared that as a mem, can face the future in a mood of ber of the United Nations and as cautious optimism." after the fall of the Nazi regime. The Displaced Persons Commission this week reminded the 153,000 DP's who have entered the U. S. under the DP Act that they must report on July 1. This is a requirement of the DP Immigration Act of 1948. The comthough mission pointed out that 45,000 j promised peace to the Middle of the newcomers, the July 1 j East, no guarantee accompanied report will be their first. It stated this promise. He welcomed the also that those who arrived after Big Powers acknowledgement of May 1 of this year are not reI the threat to Israel s security inquired to report until next JanI herent in Arab rearmament and uary. Attention was called to criminal penalities for failure to an interested party Israel feels that the U.N. should not be satisfied with the American-BritishFrench statement, but should do everything in its power to encourage and speed up the process of stabilization in the Middle East through peace treaties between the Jewish state and the Arab countries. The Premier pledged his government to support any move in this direction launched by the U.N. Returning to the three-nation announcement, he said that althe policy statement referred to the fact that the Jewish state drew the attention Dort of the U.N. to the situation last 'February. The report covers place of res., and Q zi(mist dence. nature and place or em, eg £ efe among those who Ployment. and other ct "*, received the Premier's statement matter. While the ££,"* SK ; of policy favorably. Jacob Riftin. on July 1, the commission will ^ ki f Mapam, the leftaccept reports mailed after June P* positlon $ ema nded that *JS JUME/S the g gove?nment issue an explicit the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Lucas Withdraws F.E.P.C. Bill Before Senate WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Senate Majority Leader Scott Lucas this week withdrew the administration's motion to bring the F.E.P.C. Bill before the Senate. He conceded that it would be impossible to secure passage of the measure at this time. He promised, however, that administration forces would make one more attempt before the present session ends. statement—and the Knesset endorse it—to the effect that Israel insists upon its unrestricted right to purchase arms in every part of the world, under conditions best for it and without being subject to, nor enslaved by, anybody. Jacob Meridor, rightwing Heruc deputy, charged that the three power statement was a cloak for Britain's return to the Near East "through the back door." He specifically opposed the section of the policy statement calling for regional defense plans because his party rejects any agreements with the Arab states as long as The National Association of Jewish Center Workers and the National Council for Jewish Education, who are holding concurrent conventions, joined with the National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare in sponsoring the opening session of the convention which will continue through Friday, George W. Rabinoff, president of the National Conference, presided. Reporting to the executive committee of the National Conference on the growth of the Jewish social welfare structure in the United States, Mr. Rabinoff said that America's almost five million Jews contribute almost $250,000,000 annually through over 300 federations and welfare funds for the support of overseas, national and local projects. A rising demand for professionally-trained workers in the Jewish community center field throughout the country was reported to the executive committee of the National Association of ef Jewish Center Workers by its president, Sanford Solender. The Jewish community centers already employ close to 1,000 professional workers, he declared. The increase demand, Mr. Solender said, is attributable to "the tremendous growth" in the center movement which reported a 27 percent increase in attendance at center activities in 1949. More than 11,500.000 people participated in center programs and services last year, Mr. Solender reported, adding that in response to growing calls for expanded center programs, Jewish communities commenced construction of more than $11,000,000 worth of new or remodelled center buildings last year. ___ M m —



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PAGE TWO vJenisii fhridliar .VLWWV^Wt.^^^^. Off the Record CE52 By NATHAN Education Directors To Explore Needs For New School eting of the d "f directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education will be hi Id oil Monday, June 12 at the office of the Greater Miami was denied the flo ADL J. wish Federation, at 8:15 p.m. for expressing his views on our The board will discuss P rob-t d nazi £ cation J Program in Gersns for the coming year. The man v he re ? d u rejected ad"" %  -" gBBgpa gg FRIDAY. JUNE Z1PRIN r.-.-.-.-.-.-.iZS OS THE HOME FROST The storm precipitated by the Buttenwieser incid< nl is by no means ever Within I eight hours after Buttenwieser ..ndled by a p lered the most ingenious crimin i r of the age and of his problems in meeting the criminal mind as a judge Reyn 'Ids does an excellent joh in reviving the famous cases which held a nation spellbound .it tile height of Samuel S. Leibowitz*s career Once you have started reading the book you will not put it away until you devoured the last page Interestingly enough both books for the coming possibilities of a central Hebrew dress at a closed session of the school in West Miami-Coral : American Jewish Committees Gables area will be explored and c m T mi f lon on Germany Man> the awarding of a Charles A. A ?L leaders resented the deRatner Memorial Scholarship will velopment Concern torfreepub i ishe d bv Farrar, Straus h -.iinniinwrl dom of expression was not the 30le J l *r u "*~'"-" %  *•"• f be announced^ commission's d Company People are To be passed on will be a new decision to give Buttenwieser a : generally curious about the set of Bar Mitzvah standards in| latform for delivering the conorigins of things whether it be volving three years instruction at; froversial address ... It was at ( words names or places ... If you a recognized Hebrew school:; the su g ge stion of the commission a re interested m the origin of passing a test on minimum standi tnat tne ^rj)L invited Buttenwords don t miss getting a copy aids: and a special certificate of L,j esei to j" ts Chicago parlev lof "Thereby Hangs A Tale" by honor to those Bar Mitzvah It was the commiss j on s bab'v and j Charles Earle Funk To be thev had to clean it up What J more exact the volume consists, is baffling about the whole thing I o f st0 es of curious word origins is that no one seemed to have I • • • The material is written with foreknowledge of Buttenwieser's ease and story-telling effect views and no one sought to as\ Lad >"the author tells us, origincertain them Even more ate s from a strange word meaning candidates passing a maximal test. The highlight of the meeting will be a brief report on the annual conference of the National Council for Jewish Education by I. uIs Schwartzman. executive diJudge Sam Silver of Weti Miami installed newlv officers of lhe Coral Gables Jewish Center Monday event !" i al a dinner dance held at the Gateway Restaurant MaVi !" for coming year are (1. to r.) Mn. Morris B. Horowitz s £?J U president; Herbert Gerlernter, congregation president„Jw Winokur. president of men's club. and Nal rector of the bureau. Max Meisel. amazing is the fact that no one breadmaker and it originally apAS LOW AS AH INTHEST MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E '• ••••KJ. M435 president preside. of the bureau will Rabbis Participate Two Greater Miami rabbis played major, roles in Memorial Day services. Rabbi Max Shapiro pointed out that the fourteen! plied to a woman who could bake page speech does not contain the I bread ... In a book called "The | word "Jew" or ••anti-Semitism." Story of Our Names" by Elsdon •iRnr-r unnu-Q i*-• Smith, an attempt is made to ,' uu/s.A i d pal with the origin of surnames Judge Joseph M. Proskauer s an d nicknames ... The author is '•A Segment Of My Times" is an probablv an authority on the subinteresting book because it rej ec t of names ... But where did | : i s at the patriotic rally at ront Park last Tuesday night. Irving Lehrman prove one of the principal adveals a complex personality ... he get the trash that "Jews seem i First of all it is the autobiography to be most willing to obtain what of a man who has played an mibenefits they can by change of portant role in shaping American name s?" ... Or such wisdom ed the blessing at the Miami and Jewish life Secondly it that "whereas the usual foreigner Beach services held at the City is the unfolding of a man who attempts to eliminate the disadenotaph. .might have become quite a litervantage of strangeness, the Jew, 'u flgure '/u he hadn l so lovm *.! with one stroke, seeks to get rid of both foreigness and JewishDELIVERED TO YOUR KOMI CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c *TOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGEPHONE 2-4128 COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5.00 ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 embraced the law as a young man One can't read the book without sensing that way down deep the judge feels some remorse aving abandoned his first love—poetry and fine literature Another book about a Jewish judge is Quentin Reynolds' %  "Courtroom" ... 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Paul Felix Warburg, is next to the Ambassador the most important official in the U. S. Embassy in London ... He is steering clear of the Palestine issue Some thirty or forty years ago such an engagement would have caused a sensation In those days Jews of German and East European origin rarelv I intermarried George Backer was the first Jew of East Euroj pean origin to marry into the \ Warburg-Schiff family Herbert Bayard Swope introduced Backer to Dorothy Schiff ... So pleased was Felix Warburg with Backer's Jewish activities that at a certain period he expected Backer to inherit his position of leadership ... He was impressed by Backer's keen brain and cultural attainments Louis Marshall once resigned in disgust from a well-known German Jewish club because it refused membership to an East European Jew The East European Jew was David Sarnoff There is today ] no club which would not welcome Sarnoff Times have changed! 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FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1950 Jew 1st ncr/aKan PAGE THI I'll Say Rabbi Calish And Snobbery In Richmond When Jefferson was President, Jews comprised a sixth of Richmond's white population. There were social commingling, intermarriage, and active participation in public affairs. Today, a descendent of pioneer Jewish stock would deny with vehemence the existence of local anti-Semitism. If questioned, he would admit the exclusion from fashionable clubs, which, in the troubled days following the Civil War, welcomed members and even selected officers of the Jewish faith. In recent years, restricted covenants have appeared in the deeds of some exclusive subdivisions. The Jewish Gentleman The German Jews, sensing the avalanche of Nazi anti-Semitism, laid the blame upon the influx of Ostjuden from Poland. The Jewish gentleman of the Richmond old school is too well bred to speak so bluntly. But he scrupulously avoids contact with anyone outside of his charmed circle and until recently confined membership in Beth Ahabah's classic columned Temple to the old families. Zionism was eschewed as a foreign ideology reeking with unAmerican double loyalty, nor was it good form to use high pressure methods in raising funds for overseas relief or even for local needs. A Jewish Community Center is in bad taste, as tending to segregate Jews from the rest of the population. On the other hand, he approves of the antiquated Ladies Hebrew Benevolent Association; for during the War between the States (Civil War is too crude) it ministered to wounded Confederate soldiers, regardless of creed. His Restraints and Seclusions Reticence and unostentation as an ideal behavior pattern has become a fetish for these Virginians of the Mosaic faith. They do not approve of Jews going into politics. It is all right to join a Gentile club or attend a party if invited. Or when asked to assist in civic or charitable work, it is an obligation to By HARRY SIMONHOFr" a £ Ce ?i Wlth gracc and work with diligence. But never should a Jew volunteer or push himself. Unknowingly perhaps, they subscribe to the German dictum: the Jew is like a woman, the less said of her the better. Thus they apparently acquiesce in a kind of onetto social status, without murmur or complaint. But inwardly they evidently yearn for social acceptance, and compensate by practicing a similar exclusion upon other Jews, not of the elite First Jewish Families of Virginia. Apostle to the Gentiles The spiritual exemplar of this deference to the socially powerful and snobbery towards so called inferiors was the late Dr. Edward M. Calish. This ideal archtype of a Rabbi for the Gentiles probably had to compensate all his life for being reared in an orphan asylum. Tall and handsome, he was eloquent and scholarly. He worked hard at what is now called "public relations." He developed a superb manner for interfaith work with Christian clergy and laymen. For half a century he held the dominating position of Jewish spokesman in Virginia. Exclusive clubs, which did not admits Jews to membership, made a gesture of good will to Richmond Jewry by inviting Rabbi Calish to speak on festive breakfasts. In 1907, he even addressed a Bishops and lay convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church. The newspaper congratulated the Bishops for their tolerance and the Rabbi for his speech. Arrogance to Jews Evidently Rabbi Calish expended all his energies in winning Christian encomiums. Beth Ahabah respected and esteemed its spiritual leader; but his congregants neither loved nor admired him. His eloquent and learned sermons would hardly draw a minion on an ordinary Sabbath. But it was the Orthodox element who abhored and detested him. Apparently, he reserved charm and good manners for state occasions. An Orthodox old timer told me that the Governor of Virginia was once invited to address a synagogue during a holiday service. Rabb Calish came along as escort and refused to put or his hat. The Chief Executive looked confused an


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PAGE FOUR fjmist fttridliar FRIDAY. JUNE 9. 1950 EDITORIAL '.Emigration Front Mraq Lest week brought the heartening news cf the | arrival of the first two planeloads of Iraqi Jews ptc be flown from Baghdad to Israel. Behind this "".rescue operation, which may well become the [largest single mass evacuation of the year, is the story of weeks of planning on the Dart of the \i Joint Distribution Committee which is financing ..the movement, and the Israeli government and ( the Jewish Agency which must receive the %  immigrant?. It will be recalled that the government of Iraq recently decreed that the Jews of that country— some 150,000 in all—could depart for Israel. But this emigration is surrounded by conditions. An announcement made last February stated that Jews could leave for one year. Thus speed beI came imperative if they are to be rescued before escape is cut eff, perhaps forever. Meanwhile a further condition has been introduced: Jews must leave behind all their possessions, taking with them only 60 pounds of personal baggage. Nevertheless some 46,000 have already registered for emigration—proof of how great are the pressures to leave their native land cndrebuild their lives in Israel. Another demonstration cf the urgency of this emigration can be found in the fact that in recent months some 8,000 Iraqi Jews who had crossed the* border into Iran, risking death if caught have been flown by JDC from Teheran to Lydda, in an hitherto undisclosed operation. But while we are heartened by the knowledge that the Iraqi exodus is now going forward, we must point out that the very size of this new Dperation holds a warning and a challenge for he American Jewish community. Conservative ssrimates place the number of Jews who must be evacuated from Iraq this year at 50,000; some lQ.000 will probably be moved before the evacua:on is ended. At the same time JDC has repeatedly em;haized that there are some 70.000 "now cr lever" emigrants :n other overseas areas who *10MEY "Come, Let Us Use It For Peace Instead" must be brought to Israel this year or run the risk of remaining where they are—perhaps forever. So unless the American Jewish community, through the United Jewish Appeal, provides the funds for transportation and integration of all who must go, thousands in Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Near East will be doomed to disaster. Campaign results this year will decide the fate of large numbers of Jewish men, women and children who are now facing their last chance. Shades Of Stmivher If we didn't know that the masters of ft. Chicago Tribune are themselves quite ad-' • 8 the kind of journalism Julius Streichc-r p=d-"^ in Germany, we would be tempted to say that*!? recent anti-Semitic outburst on the front pao i that yellow sheet had been taken verbatim L "Der Stuermer." n B m The Colonel who plans the Tribune straw, will of course make a pious face, claiminq V clways see red when one of their own is attacked And he will stand ready to swear by the san-'"his very conduct profanes that he had no intention of wider implications when he permitted publication of the falsehocd that three of America's leading Jews, Frankfurter, Lehman and Moreenthau, virtually constitute a secret government within the United States, with the Judge reaching into the White House, the Senator into Well Street and the former Treasury head into the State Department. The device is too transparent The trick of coupling communism with capitalism into one smear bomb and imputing at the same time both communism and Wall Streetism to th same person derives from a mind that is now happily gone. This business about Jews pulling secret wires to the seat of government shows the influence of the debunked Protocols of the Dders of Zion. even though the author of that bit o! villainy claims to have gotten his information from a person with the highest State Department connections. This is not the first time than en American newspaper has disgraced itself. Some years aco a columnist for the New York Daily News attemcted a bit of Jew-smearing. When the protests against the calumny began expressing themselves in curtailed circulation and advertisements, the newspaper and the columnist were quick with apology. We are sure Chicago's Jews and nonJews will make their attitude felt toward the contemptible conduct of the Tribune. Flagler^Granada Center Establishes Camp Prtijeet: Summer Programs sports. For Walter •trr Flae"..--Granada Jewish i :omm„r.: : y Center will concenj in and outd or rate its effort; this summer on [ information call Mrs. :->e e:ght v lay camp., Stone at 83 7849 ponsored by the Jewish Centers J A series of lectures for parents \?? -•. r. i:r.der the Flagleris also being sponsored by the Sranda's chairman. Sylvia Freed, center which will be given in Full day sessions for children conjunction with movies on child 5*f I igh 13 years will be i&iH They will be supervised by problems. For July a Hobo Ride and id: workers and trained counDance is being planned for the ellors. Activities will include ; evening of July 3. under the dijaily swimming at Matheson rection of Mrs. AI Altman, chairiarr—.ock. with transportat: n man of the Women's Activities arnished, in addition to music. 1 Group. Transportation will be irts and crafts, dramatics, danc' %  furnished bv trucks £.nd each member will bring his own "hobo style" supper. Drinks will be furnished. For information call Mrs. Ben Clem at 4-6571 or Mrs. Al Altman at 48-8375. A 14 week summer bowling session is being planned by the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center which will take place each Tuesday evening at 9 p.m. at the Playdium Alleys. Trophies were recently awarded j to the top three bowlers in the last session. These were presented to Ray Levine. with a 164.7 average: John Riessinger. 163.5: and Herman Feldman with a 162.4. Dr. Marks Installs Masada Officers Pictured above are: left to right. Gilbert Rappaport, outgoing president Miami Beach Masada; Dr. Sioney Marks, national executive director. ZOA; and Dave Goodwin, incoming president. Pictured from left to right at the presentation of an Israeli painting to the city of Miami last ITiursday are Mayor William WoHarth. Commissioner W. W. Charles. Pincus Puchkoff Stanley C Myers. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Commissioner Louie Bandel and Sheldon Lelchuck. The oaintina T^ibenus." is the work of an Israeli artist. M Malusovsky. of Tel Aviv. It was presented to the city by the following residents: M. Gismet. Louis Heiman J Z Stadlan, Leo Wolf, the Ciment Brothers. G. L. Gabin. Commissioner Bandel. Sheldon Lelchuck' Rabbi Max Shapiro and Pincus Puchkoff. "Tiberjua" was selected from a group of Israeli paintings which were brought to Florida bv B. A. Barltai. of Jerusalem, who was givan tha key to the city by Mayor Wolf art h following the resenlation ceremonies. Masada Miami Beach Young Zionist District recently held formal installation of officers at the Marseilles Hotel, Miami Beach. Dr. Sidney Marks, national executive director of the Zionist Organization of America, deliv, ered the principal address of the evening. Outgoing President Gilbert | Rappaport installed the following officers: David Goodwin, president; Abe Schafer. first vice \ president: Stanley Spieler, second vice president; Monte Popover, • treasurer; Art Hirschbein, financial secretary; Doris Aronson. j recording secretary; and Bertha Brucker. corresponding secretary. Beth II Dinner For Father's Day The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El will hold a Father's Day dinner in the Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., on Sunday, June 25 at 6 P.m. Mrs. Sydney Palmer, general chairman, urges early reservations which may be made by calling her at 82-4902 or phoning Mrs. Max Rappaport at 83-1941. Assisting at the dinner will be Mrs. Morris Pepper and Mrs. Abe Pepper. Mrs. Pearl Gottesman will cater the atfair. 1 Serying as master of ceremonies 'for the banquet was Leonard Schwartz. j Prominent guests at the installation were: Ben Winnie*. i Southeastern regional executive i director. ZOA; I. R. Goodman regional vice president. ZOA. oi Miami Beach; and Daniel Bro-d. immediate past president, Miami Beach Zionist District. Jen ist fkri(/iar r Published every Friday since '" by The Jewish Floridian at %  • Sixth street. Miami 18. F c-ida. E" 1 t er-d as second-class matter Jy 1930, at the Post Office of M' !" Fla. under the Act of March *JgJ The Jewish Flondian has ab.orMd ,the Jewish Unity and '" Je T *le! Weekly. Member of the J"'£-IgS graphic Agency. Seven Arts FWJ !" Syndicate. Worldwide Newt ServW. National Editorial Association. car Aatoc.ation of En0''""-"2, Newspapers. Florida Press Ass^ciat^ The Jewish Fl;.Kuarant.-,the Kaahl ten lie II Hed *__. SUBSCRIPTION "ATES: One Year Two Years Jo 00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141-2f212__ Number 23 I Volume 23 FRIDAY. JUNE 9. 1950 1 SIVAN 24. 5710



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FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1950 fJmisli fhridfian PAGE FIVE Florida JWV's Elect Hoff helmes Speeding Hy M. Morris, of William Hoffhelmes, of vood, was elected state comof the Jewish War Vet, t the convention held at R ,bert Clay Hotel. Louis! pi of Miami, was named. vice commander: William Tampa, junior vice comr; and Abe Adler. St i p sburg, trustee. Morns was %  %  ; Judge advocate. nett Roth, Miami Beach ;., was toastmaster at mquet at which State AtGeneral Richard Ervin rmc p l speaker. Officers /' .. n -. year were installed at' the banquet by Hyland H. | : Miami Beach, national v immander for the Fourth R( n. lutions passed included a • for a re-examination of te department's policy in Q ( ny, which "is leading to a nee of Nazism:" also that y. ins Administration be given ent funds" to prevent cuttil ick on hospitalization benefits I i x-servicemen. tificates of merit for service to veterans went to Jack Bell. M Herald: George B. Storer, Fl rida Sun: and Carlton Montayne, Daily News. C -chairmen of convention arncnts were O'obie RosenMiami, and William Hoff-. Sylvia SHovan Receives Degree Sinai Hospital Auxiliary Award Pins; Seek Recruits For Wheel And Tray Corps Boughton. David Bass. Joseph IDuntov, William Fair. Emil Is-; berg. Sanford Kramer. Harry, Hacker. William Bernstein, Maxwell Hvman. Herbert Schwaczr %  and Harold* Spaet and the Mils* Volunteers with outstanding records cf service to the Mount Elsie Schwabe and Phyll i Kohn. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary were qiven special honor pins at the executive board meeting of the organization on j Wedr.ssday, June 7. Each of the 24 volunteers honored has] served more then 200 hours. MIAMI BEACH sit Water Po. volunteers is contin in the h ind v %  ed to T le W %  %  nd Tray Corj rlv in n ki Requiring no trainin n nclud pn v whi el with th portunitj of time i ut. Mrs Jos ph Lipt n charge of Wheel Mrs. is acl volunteer lei vices. v %  : of the mi die il :.. Man Sylvia Selet; Sylvia Selevan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Selevan. 1072 Jefferson Ave.. will graduati Monday with a Batchelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from the University of Miami. Miss Selevan was vice president and treasurer of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority and Pan Hellenic representative. She also worked on IBIS, school yearbook, and was a member of Hillel. Miss Selevan intends to teach in local high schools. Gissin Sol Epsteins Leaye To Attend Son's Graduation And Wedding Mr and Mrs. Sol J. Epstein,, Surgery: on Sunday thev will .ughter Barbara, of 429 S.W. witness his marriage to Rosalie 19th Road, will leave Miami this | Kaplan, daughter of Mrs Laura week to attend a double celebraI Kaplan, of Baltimore, and niece in Baltimore, Md. On Satur-: of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richter, of day morning their son, Dr. \ Miami. 1 nd Epstein, graduates from University of Maryland reins degree in Dental ROOM FOR RENT Widow will rent room in her private home in the S. W. Secgrey cnaiiuuy ia-c wu... lion to business woman. Kitchen p j n k accessories, while both Privileges. Near Bus Line. mothers have selected beige. The a aaMaa. mat ? __ a. ill I. _.,-,,,.. n i "\ T 1 V1 I i The wedding will take place in a Baltimore temple with the bride attended by the groom's sister, Barbara. Best man will be an uncle of the bride. Miss Kaplan has chosen white organza over blue for her bridal gown: maidof honor Barbara will be attirect in grey chantilly lace worn with Miss Narzissenfeld Engaged To Mr. Mr. and Mrs Isa ic Brill, 520 N.W. 7th St., have announced the| engagement of their daughter, Ruth Narzissenfeld. to Armand Gissin, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Garson Gissin. Rochester, N. Y. The bride-to-be Is a graduate i Miami High School, where she was valedictorian of her class and a member of the National Honor Society. Miss Narzissenfeld is a major in elementary education and sociology at the University of Miami. The prospective bridegroom attended schools in Rochester. He served with the Marine Corps in China during the war and is now associated with Gissin Electric Company. K. Of I*. Same I New Officers Roosevelt Lodge No. 177, Knights of Pythias, held their i semi-annual election of officers 1 Monday, June 5. Elected to serve were: chancellor commander, N. Miller; vice chancellor, A. Chaykin; master of works, M. Kastoff: prelate, M. Rudes: master at arms, J. Block: inner guard. B. Englander; outer guard, M. Friedberg; custodian, C. Cherry; trustee. A. J. Brown: and deputy. A. Robinson. Honor awards will be issued I i die illy by th auxiliary. On the committee to re >rd h urs and make recommendations for awards are Mrs. Max Dreyer, chairman, Mrs, M irton Ru Mrs, Morton Raff, Mrs Louis Krensky, Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. Harry Rubin. The group receiving pins nl the Mesdames Aron H Dobrin, Harry Rubin, 1 j. ;..Snetman, Saul Hi : Barney Weinkle, i Stoff, I. C. Greenberg, Irving Marcus, Hi nry K. Wolff, Herman m


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1 •PAGE SIX fJmisfi fhridlan FRIDAY. W 9, 195 „ first Jewish Cong. Installs Officers 3n 2nd Anniversary The First .1 i ih Congregal Kf Coral Gables will n ulBaneously ivlebn/to :ation and tl '. e ye 19S0-51 S ening at I G I I P di [eon Blvd nd Santillai hent. musii ncing will bo bcluded. The Fii -' [ation f Coral Gables recently broke round foi njlding at the pi rm nenl • Lves.. Coral Gab I' %  and the arroun ; [fed int • the tion. The; ited l %  Highlight of confirmation exercises at Temple Beth Sholom on Shavuos eve was the kindling of a new Eternal Light presented to the temple by the confirmation clas,s. Pictured at the exercises are (standing. 1. to r.> Shepard Broad, president; Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader; Mrs. Alcxadcr Robbins, sisterhood president; J. Frederick Malakoff, Dalton Aaron Becker, David Carl Hillman, Marilyn Joy Krensky, Sandra Arden EU Konnuu Elizabeth Simkowitz. Rose Monnett Ruddy. Ellis'e Gertrude Kosch Roberta Keit. Donna Louise Simon. Barbara Joyce Weiss. dancer Forum On iholem Program ..din? physicians will nt -i forum discussion on the : cane< r, its detection, ntion and treatment at the igular meeting of Sholem L "nai B'rith, Tuesday. 8:30 p.m.. me 13 at the Beth El Congrega•on. 400 S.W. 17th Ave. : Drs. Morton M. Halpern, Lawrv ice Adler and William Wickman ill discuss the disease following ic showing of a color movie on '.e recognition and treatment of ncer. David Stuzin, program chairan of Sholem Lodge, states that • .e forum marks the effort on J e part of B'nai B'rith to bring |tal current subjects to the atntion of their membership. A .i tlon ; id will follow the inel discu I which Sidney %  .-I n ivitz --.'%  : 11 pri side. The pub• there is no Flagler-Granada Women Plan Summer Activities The Women's Activities Com' mittee of the Flagler-Grani Jewish Community Center met • Friday at the home of the chairman, Mrs. Ben Clein. to discuss plans for the summer. A donor-card party and mid| night supper will be given on Saturday evening, June 10, at 8:30. at the home of Mrs. Morris Marks, 4495 S.W. 2nd St., to which all members are invited. Reservations may be made by calling either Mrs. Marks or Mrs. Clein. The home of Mrs. Walter Stone. 100 S.W. 47th Ave., will be the I gathering place for the Women's Activities Committee on Tuesday. June 20. wmen a covered dish luncheon will be held. Members and friends are invited to bring their children to the informal j affair on that date. ^^____ i Rosenthal Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abe Rosenthal. formerly of 518 S.W. 21st Ave. will be held at the Woodlawn Cemetery on Sunday. June 11. at 1 o'clock. Rabbi Max I Shapiro will officiate. Friends and relatives are asked to attend., Palmer"s Miami Monument Co.' is in charge of arrangements. Free Loan Ass'n. Holds First Social Of Summer The Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Ass'n. will hold its first card party on Sunday evening, 7:30 p.m., June 18, at the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. The public is invited. %  K n u :'%  mends I'.I A JIVi-t JA I • I at t the %  : Vlyersoi '. State oi nd Di the Joint Disl %  | the •-•"•' %  Divis n I I 'JA. >liss Levy 11 ON i T LKxwutivo Miss Francine Levy opened her 1417 Lenox Avi d brunch for the newlytivi fficers and board of the Miami Beach Unit of Junior Ha Mrs. : and the advis • Plan ti l for the % % %  ming year. Highlighting the the S< cond Annual Had ssah Concli vi I Miami. Shargaa Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Harry Shargaa, who passed away July 29. 1949, will take place Sunday at 12 noon at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Shargaa is survived by his wife Mrs. Ida Shargaa. three sons, Irwin, Ben and Sam; a daughter. 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FRIDAY. JUNE 9. 1950 *• Jewish ftoridfor PAGE SEVEN it Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) Kadimah Sponsors Summer Dance The Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer WASHINGTON TALKS: High COMMUNAL CURRENTS: acl.es" Although few Jews, even in Israel, will agree with the "miracle theory" of the ; Britannica Book, they will read with interest the views expressed there The writer finds that in! Women, is holding a summer the Western hemisphere dissatisdance at the Sorrento Hotel, on faction prevailed during the year June 17 at 8:30. Co-chairmen of | in Jewish circles with the secular | lhe affair arc Mrs Michael Fied<•(mcept of life He asserts that Ko vernment quarters in Jewish federations and welfare with the establishment of the lcr and Mrs H >' lnun Sootin. inBton are pleased with the ""£ %  throughout the country are Jewish state, many nationalMusic will be by Mai Malkin i i the American Zionist !" >bhzing all their forces to make minded Jews sought a new and his orchestra and subscrip.nhMthMil spnng campaigns of this orientation and a firmer raison Uon wi „ be $100 T i ckc t s may 'rom members or in iIs of the dance for the State of fact The parley was to request the U S. government permit Is, ae l to buv arms in this country in o.der to offset the shipping of „ ms by Britain to the Arab states The joint American-BritishFrench declaration on the arms issu e made the conference unnecessary for the time being However, the State Department still declines to make known the extent or nature of arms shipments that can be expected from this country either to Israel or to the r\rab countries Officials gay that security requirements of •he various states make it impose hie for the U. S. to disclose mparative ratio of the arms fl 0W to Middle Eastern countries Al the same time, government claim that Israel has rei more American munitions than all the Arab states combined They admit, however, that the total equipment released for gale to either party has been ... i Of course, it is no longer that the Arab don't depend on amis : i this country, since they are 11 supplied with heavy from Britain But Washington official ll although Israel is Unobtain such equipment United States, the Jewisl tat has been permitted to i in this country "other"' of American manufaci which the Arabs do not i A top level policy I in Washington believes "Big Three" declaration ms to Israel and the Arab '.ill have no bearing on te Department's consideration nl any particular arms list submitted by Israel The previous criteria, he says, will prevail in the granting of export licenses for arms and munitions to countries in the Middle East. termined to overcome such difficulties as backlogs of uncollected pledges and other obstacles gion acquired greater significance in their eyes, he asserts New l synagogues were built throughout! conventions of the year the United States ... The Union major aspects of Jewish All comThey consider the 1950 campaign — —— — • • • *">. ~...^.. of Jewish f American Hebrew Congregamunal life, except those dealing a test of the maturity community organization, and many of them will bring good reports to the national conference of the United Jewish Appeal which opens in Chicago on June 10 The larger cities, especially. are showing how funds can be raised despite obstacles Los I Angeles raised, by the end of May, about 84.500,000 as compared with $3,870,000 a year ago And the drive in Los Angeles is continuing Detroit raised more than $3,600,000 by May 29 and its campaign goes on Kansas City raised $1,220,000 last year Ijut this year it already has $1,150,000 and the drive is not yet concluded Phi: phia has raised more than $4,000.000 Baltimore is nearin $3,000,000 mark, while Washington r< $1,550,000 on the first of this month—more than the sum conti ibuted last yeai Similar result reporti d from San Francisco, Pil Atlanta. Milwaukee. Cincinnati Si. Paul and Minneapolis are ahead of pl< d n the seme sources a year ago ... To tions, he states, added about Reform temples to its list And the United Synagogue 50 of with political issues, will be analyzed by experts And it can be predicted that Charles America~pointed~to~a "like" growth i Zunser of New York will be in the number of Conservative elected president of the organization for the coming year The Council of Jewish Federations and 11 Hebrew Students At Cardiac Home Honored Special awards for excellatt m studies were presented t>;' Hebrew students at the Nation Children's Cardiac Home 1. by Louis Schwartzrn executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education whii h su vises Hebrew instruction at the home. Mrs. Cora !•'. ii dman is teacher. The course of study in. : the reading and writing of Hebrew, history, customs and ceremonies and current J .1 problems. Students who received awards were Roxanne Lissek. Zelda Barocas, Helene Bloom, Bella Horowitz. Mildred Kolman. Marlene Eisenberg. Marvin Freehoff, Leonard Lernian. Martin Lands* dorf, Joseph Ostraw and Robert Ruthen. synagogues Progress of the Orthodox Jewish groups was even greater Jewish theological seminaries of all shades reported that never had there been as great a demand for rabbis and religious teachers as in 1949 Mindful of the increasing role of religion in the life of U. S. Jewry, the local Jewish welfare funds were beginning to allocate greater sums for religious schools and other religious activities, the writer omphasizes One of the major Welfare Funds will be the mediator between Jewish communities and the Joint Defense Appeal where the two parties find it difficult to resolve differences through direct negotiations The Joint Defense Appeal has been asked to inform the CJFWF before breaking off relations with any community organization Jacob Billikopf draws my attention to the fact that the National pilUOUA v/iii (i till. inujoi -, I T A achievements in Jewish education Christian Committee of the LJA in 11)41) was the provision of im*S not the first Christian group proved facilities to enable chil" America to raise funds toi dren in rural districts I %  Jewish relief purposes H< ntral point where they c .ul m-Jewish commit-nni Bool War Reliel in 1917-18, when he I 1 1 COMMUNAL AFFAIRS; Ii of the American Jewish Ri mittee OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Ifid-sirli Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 6 d which is atl and n n J< maximum fund-ra ng 1 a 1 the Council of Jewish Federathe number oi people ei tions and Welfare Funds is aiding in Jewish social work the communities in setting up and the Jewish cei strengthening their campaign educational institutions—run in structures and operations The the thousands The prol national headquarters of the which these prof) isionals United Jewish Appeal is also dis1 moulding Jewish life SEEKS PULPIT AMERICAN-BORN YOUNG RABBI ORDAINED IN ISRAEL, EXPERIENCED AS RABBI. 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To a larger extent in Belgium, Holland and France, and to a lesser degree in Italy Not a few Jews in Europe who deemed themselves outside the fold because of their marriages to Christians are now attracted to the synagogue The review of Judaism says that the establishment of Israel "disposed even agnostic Jews to believe in the possibility of mirOoUm CHICKS^ SoUPS i&tt&i Utatt ^oeA. in the "i ganizations and institutions in which they are employed will be I fully discussed at the National' Conference of Jewish Social Welfare parley this week in Atlantic city The parley will last about a week and will be one of the most interesting Jewish SUNRtfrMK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM fO* REST. CONVALF.SCE.net AND CHRONIC CASES ,*.,T| .O. .SO..'* It* k JOT COIJITT tlSiaJV—M1 AML-.-TJ-0 n i DA_ DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS S5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phones 9-5317 — -67?7 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERO. 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PAGE EIGHT *Je*tsl>flori(fiar> FRIDAY. JUNE 9. Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Glazer. formerly of 1451 S.W. 5th Stare now residing at 1560 West Ave., Miami Beach. •* Mr. and Mrs. Marvin S. Cohen left Miami Thursday, June 8th, and will sail for London, England, on the "Queen Mary," to visit Mrs. Cohen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis. Marvin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen, of Miami. Before returning to Florida the couple hope to visit Paris, Rome, and many other points in Europe. They will return in three or four months on the "Queen Elizabeth." Following his return home from Washington, D. C, where he attended a Safety Patrol Convention as a delegate from Central Beach Elementary School. Harvey Thalblum. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thalblum, 835 Jefferson Ave., will leave this week by plane for New York and Montreal, Canada, where he will visit his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Shusterman. The trip is a birthday gift to Harvey from his parents on his eleventh birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shulman are now at their new address, 1060 S.W. 36th Ct. They formerly resided at 528 Lincoln Road. Barbara Oscbow To Wed Stanley Zalis At Home Ceremony Sunday Afternoon Tha:.a Yaffee Miss Thalia Yaffey Engaged To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yaffey of 2074 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, formerly of Norfolk, Va. and Washington, D. C. announce the engagement of their daughter, Thalia Arlene, to Dr. Philip Benjamin Stern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stern of 639 West Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Yaffey attended the University of Wisconsin, and received her B.A. degree from the University of Miami; also a teaching certificate in music. Dr. Stern attended the Washington Square College New York University, University of • Rochester and the College of Dentistry New York University. The couple plan to be married in July. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis, 1668 I S.W. 14th Terr., extend an invitaj tion to all their friends to be present at the wedding ceremonies of their son Stanley to Barbara Osebow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sr.muel Osebow, of [ Boston. The wedding will take place at the Zalis residence on Sunday, June 11, at 5 p.m. Rabbi Murray Grauer will officiate. The bride will be given in marriage by her parents; best man for the groom will be his brother Charles. Following a I buffet supper and open house the couple will leave on a tbur of Florida. Out-of-town guests include Al i and Leon Zalis, of Baltimore, uncles, Marvin Zalis, brother of I the groom, who will leave his studies at Yeshiva University, New York City, to attend the wedding, the grandmother, uncle and two nephews of the bride, in addition to her parents, will come here from Boston. Stanley, who graduated from Miami High School, attended the I Peninsular Institute of Account| ancy, and is now connected with the "G. I. Joe" Department Store. He served in the navy three years. Barbara attended northern schools and received her degree in accountancy. On Saturday morning the parents will be hosts at Aufrufen Schonman-Covitch Announcement has been made of the May 22 wedding of Mrs. Bella Schonman to Ben Covitch at the residence of the bride. 1005 I S.W. 19th Ave. Rabbi Simon April officiated at the ceremonies which were witnessed by the immediate families. ceremonies at Coniiivpaii,.. *, El. Kiddush will ffi m H Sterling Bar Mitzvah Gerry Taran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taran, 6520 Allison Isle. Miami Beach (extreme right) is honored on her 16lh birthday at a party in the Tropical room of the Saxony Hotel. In picture left to right are Barry Taran. Mrs. Taran. Gerry's escort. Howie Klubcck, and Miss Taran. Baby's appetite tells youl ^Vhen your doctor says to start solids, and you see how your baby responds to the flavor of Beech-Nut Cereal, you'll be glad that Beech-Nut also offers a complete choice of Strained and Junior Foods. Give your baby the advantages of these fine foods of known quality. Babies love them—thrive on them Beech-Nut FOODS/ BABIES JCRS Meets Monday A regular meeting of the Greater Miami Auxiliary, Jewish Consumptives Relief Society, will meet on Monday at 8:30 in the Sorrento Hotel. SWISS KNIGHT is THC FAVORITE CHEESE IN JEWISH HOMES —Murnor Roseita May Kline Kline Rinz Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline, of 811 N.W. 13th St.. have announced the betrothal of their daughter Rosetta May. to Wallace Jack Rinz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Rinz, of 593") N.E. 6th Ct., Miami. A graduate of Miami Senior High School, Miss Kline received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan. Mr. Rinz attended schools in Michigan and is a graduate of tie College of Pharmacy of the University of Michigan. SO GOOD WITH FRUIT always serve some Swiss Knight with fruit. The perfect combination for attractive, appetizing, nourishing snacks, salads, dairy lunches and suppers, desserts. Remember whenever you buy fruit get a box of your favorite cheese delightful Swiss Knight to enjoy with HI Robert Sterling Robert Alan Sterling, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Bernard Sterling, 2377 S.W. 25th Ave., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, June 10. at 9 a.m. at Beth David. Rabbi Max Shapiro ar.d Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. A reception will follow at the synagogue to which all friends aie invited. Robert Alan is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Jr. High School. His father is president of Beth David Congregation. Hialeah-Springs Center Holds Regular Meeting The Hialeah-Miami Sprines | Jewish Community Center will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday. 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5AY, JUNE 9 195 s M() ss Tells Engagement binner Party **// f krict/nn personally Speaking... aiie^^/tTsf' d r Uqh,6r l ^ and MfS David A frank.. -Lr.2: /th *" retu !" ed from the Horiaa bta* hmv !" .v lorida State University year. Miss Toby Leonard Engaged To Leonard Friedland PAGE NINE HENRY COVE J ; Miss Molly Low Moss e betrothal of Molly Lou ; to Alan M. Venzer was anLced at a recent dinper party he home of her parents, Mr. (Mrs. A A. Moss, 6770 Indian Ik Drive. [Wav. Miss Moss, a graduate Jiami Beach High School, atjed Highland Manor Junior Jge. West Long Branch, N. J. [groom-to-be attended PennBnia State University after luatine from Augusta MiliAcademy. jie couple are planning a July ding. Izoff-Kusscol Ihrothal Told pnounccment has been made Lg engagement and approachmarriage of Miss Elaine loff. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. |er Katzoff, of Chicago, and (Russcol. son of Mr. and Mrs. Pinnick. 2748 S.W. 14th St. Katzoff is the niece of Mr. Mrs Michael B. Makler, kny Hotel. (July 3 wedding is planned held in Chicago. TraTtsTr** Wneie she ^pieted her Ixeshman frank is majoring m languages. hni1! J! Il nn a d !" S J ? ck S one oi 1884 S.W. 10th St.. wUl hold open u£V2£ Unday J une 18 fc two to ve in celebration of tLr SlndTni g ni T rSarY ? invitati n will be sent. All their friends are cordially invited to attend Following his graduation from Harvard College cum laude Alfred Aronovitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S W 21st Ave.. has returned to spend the summer with his family. He will enter Harvard Law School in the fall. Another son, Louis, Jewish Floridian news editor, left for New York last Friday on vacation. Joseph M. Schlesinger. 707 N.E. 1st Ave.. will fly to New York on June 18 to attend the wedding of his daughter Beverly' to Harry Louis Laufer. The wedding will take place at Congreqation Lichron Ephraim in New York City. + Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Wax have joined the many Chicagoans who are making Miami their home. Their residence is located at 4736 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, where they will remain until their new home on 86th St. is completed. On June 7 the couple celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at the Venzer is the son of Mr.! Sherry Frontenac. Among those present were their daughter ilrs. Harry Venzer, 845 VeneCarol Janice, another daughter, Mrs. L. Freidman, and their son Gregg. Another daughter, Mrs. M. Brown, resides in Chicaqo Dr. L. Frederick Goldberg is now in New York where he is attending a post-graduate course in periodontia at Columbia University. He will return to Miami on June 19. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Hirsch, of Miami, are spending an extended vacation at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rivkind announce the birth of a daughter, Teri, on Thursday, June 1, at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Rivkind is the former Hope Tanenbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tanenbaum, of Miami. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rivkind, of the Raleigh Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Larrv Farnham are accepting congratulations or the birth of a dauahter, Debra Lyn.n on Sunday, June 4, at Edgewater Hospital. Mr. Farnham is associated with The Jewish Floridian printing department. %  Mr. and Mrs. Morton Stitsky have moved inlo their new home at 1850 Coral Gate Drive. Mr. Stitsky is connected with Mt. Nebo Cemetery Association; Mrs. Stitsky is the former Naomi Machtei. After spending a month in Israel where they celebrated their silver anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Flax have arrived in Miami from New York to be with Mrs. Flax's father, Kolman Luria, 4575 Post Ave., Miami Beach, on his seventy-fifth birthday. + + Friends of Martha and Sam Miller are happy to learn of j the expected return to Miami this winter of the couple who are now living in Tucson, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Turoff, 526 15th St., celebrated their I I 25th anniversary on June 6. The couple have two daughters, | I Mrs. Eli Wrona, of Brooklyn, ancT Barbara. Mr. Turoff is con' nected with the Ambassador Cafeteria on Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin, 800 Lake View Drive, Miami i Beach, left this week for New Haven. Conn., to attend the I qraduation of their son, William, from Yale University. r Richard G. Hirsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hirsch. 6881 Bay Drive, Miami Beach, is en route to Florida following a year's t~y in Isra> On his return trip he will travel through Europe, arriving on the Queen Elizabeth about June 15. Richard is a student at Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Another son Jay, graduated this month from the University of Cincinnati. Jay has been tapped by Phi Beta Kappa and will enter the .33 medical college of the Universitv of Cincinnati in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Zall, of 480 S Pine Ave South Amboy. N. J., announce the birth cf a daughter. Sara Barbara on May 22. Mrs. Zall is the former Anne Glazier, dauahter of Mr an-! Mrs. Sam Glastar. 135 S W. 7th St. Mta Glazier was I formerly associated with the B'nai B'rith Council. Dr. and Mrs. George J. Gerson. 6867 Granada^Blvd., are Miami after a stay in Nassau ; I i 1AI^ Miss Toby Leonard Announcement has been made by Mrs. Anne Levantine and Jack Leonard. Miami Beach, of the engagement of their daughter,! perfection by FARR TOURS that Co-owner of the Vogue Laundry, says: "My recent trip through the West Indies was arranged to su<-h 1 Miss Toby Leonard ,to Leonard Friedland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam FriedJand, Miami Beach. Miss Leonard, a senior at the University of Miami, is pledge mother of Delta Phi Epsilson Sorority. Mr. Friedland, who served three years with the army in the European theater, attended Lear School. I shall look forward to future travels through FARR. 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PAGE TEN +Jew1st flcricffan Crippled Children Day Camp Opens Sessions July 10 The Dadc County Society for Crippled Children will open their second annual summer day camp for crippled and cerebral palsied children on July 10 and continue until July 22 at the Police Benevolent Association Park. 2300 N.W. 14th St. Camp will be held daily from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. The week of Julv 10 will be devote,1 to children from 3-12 years and the week of July 17. for children 12 years and up. Transportation will be provided if necessary. Activities will include crafts, music, supervised play and games and a picnic lunch will be served. Mrs. C. H. Recder. president of the Dade County Society for Crippled Children stated that all crippled children in Dade County were invited to attend camp and applications may be sent to the new office at 159 N.E. 51st St. A number of women's organizations will act as volunteers to help staff the personnel. Mrs. KzcUo B. Kerrigan will be camp director and Miss Jack Wentz will tench crafts. Parents asked to register their childri n as s n | ssible — plans n be i emulated for the num| be sen ed N be made : ns] tat n. as this I ivered by tin East* s Graduates From Miami Wnmen'S Chapter StailS Iff HollyWOO(l Beach High School Helen Kluback. daughter of Mrs. Sylvia Kluback. Miami beach graduated from Miami Shachter Radio Hour Aids JNF Tree Sales The SI.80 trees ii : Jacob S through 1 %  v %  I Frid m 1 to 1 %  • Fun ; Sui I e Leon J Ell, presiJN1 '' in :. Rabbi 1 E\ I Knesi th 1:•.,. I, [nt<. \ iewei be N nan R. Lyons, program ni v.-. -".'". discussing the JNF : trees in honor of Fathers Cay. June 18. Formation of a Women's B'nai B'rith Chapter in Hollywood was announced by Mrs. Albert Moss, of West Palm Beach, president of the Women's B'nai B'rith State Federation in Florida. Hollywood Jewish Center, at which time-Mrs. Irving Hoffman i of that city was installed as the | first charter president. The following were installed as %  members of the women's chapter: president, Mrs. Irving Hoffman: Mr Moss presided at the charter members, Mesdames ; mon charter presentation ceremonies Charlotte Waxman. Louis Manzer, I on Wednesday evening, at the Do ns Buckhantz. Max Bohrer, Robert Kopelman, Mv „ Mildred Lehrman S l to". Harry Krai**?' Minnie Binstock, Bo^J Betty Lipsit z Es;he ^ Sadie Arnoff, Mae Hertz, Harry Joslin,^" Jonas Schachter, Phil n David Fensterhein '& mons Michael Ra P 7*I Spector. Wolf,. K $tm Bergman and Harry (jgj Duncraggan Adds Many Improvements To Resort Many residents of this area are nding their vacations this year at thi Duncraggan Inn. Henders nville, N. C. which opened for th( son in June 1. Numerous > h< ng and imi vi n i n1 in the mount been made sin.-: I %  si is m ( >r the comfort ling : i Mrs. Sid Lewis : the Dunci I Lifa Inauranca Eatataa Authoritatively Proflrammad NAT G AN S Metrrpoi'tn LI'a Ina. Co. 907 Biicayne Bldfl. Ph. 3 6:6 or 4-9981 See or phene me for yaur LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Helen Kluback Beach High School on Thursday. Juni 8. A cocktail party marking this t. as well as Mrs. Kluback's birthday and the fourth annin in the Hoi in the :•: m of the h >t< I. • ests \ e Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. K S nford Kern, K-. rn, M i Mrs. Mr. and Mi s. .; n V Mar%  Sobels m, Viet i Georg< Fain, Mrs. Billy tt Sally Renard. Mrs. Kate Mr, and Mrs. Paul Pollak, Mr. nd Mrs. Aaron Coursl Dr. and Mrs. Judd Bri a nd Mrs. Ben Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Al Goldman, Mr. and Mr.-. G -mez. Mr. and Mrs. Sanlord Schneider. Murray Mooney. Harold Klubeck. Gloria Goodman. Thea Blau. Iris Sprafkin. Mr. and Mrs. Val Sokoloff. Bob Loeb. Tim Hoffman. Marilyn Wohl. Mrs. Lewis Karzweil. Gwen Wagner. Gary Lee Ross. Joan Osl. Bos Kahn. Buddy Hart and Thelma Saphire. Beach JWV Meets A meeting ol the Jewish War V'ete ..ns Auxiliary of Miami Beach. Post 330. was held June 15 p.m. at the Miami Beach V. 1536 Bay Road. Plans for at the Vet* rans Administration Hospital were disLandscape Designing For New 8c Old Hcmes FREE ESTIMATES J. S. 1IQ MS1X LANDSCAPE SERVICE Phone 82-9360 ...at your Electric Dealer's: REDDY KILOWATT'S new booklet of Helpful Hints about FLORIDA SEE YOUR DEALER FOR A FREE DEMONSTRATION! What to expect in the new sets, where to put them, how to arrange rooms for best viewing, proper room lighting & other useful information. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Buy Real Quality at a Real Savings OF Jte-Ctetev CHANGE-OVER SALE on the exclusive high-speed, low-pressure f/res! Easy I Perms As Low As $1 oo 1 A Week ONLY 6 For fully guaranteed factory type full cap 6.00x16 Exchange. Nc discounts I p To $9 95 For Your OLD TIRE Exchange A Quarter Century of Progress in Greater KM Easy ttudget Terms —Uttie As *M§ W *"' NORTON^ TWO. STORES BC r H f. FLAGLER ST MS4 ALTON ROAi> h 1.4A10 Ph. 5-5H5 500 W. FLAGLER ST Ph. 3-4639 Louis E. Pallot. President .i i



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H.MINOI1 L Honors Icarcl Ranson. daughter of Inrf Mrs. Marius Ranson of I ile, was graduated her class from the Pine [, iol of Fort LaudRanson, who was valedictorian, Was ,1 Honor Society I nted the Re i | ml the Pine Crest I >' r| Orange, N. J.. I penl the first 16 in the Oranges, | i Iher, Dr. Ranson. i |.'.. • spiritual leader of I I Tefilo. She at| %  Columbia High School in j \ or the past two \ an active member I S B'rith Youth Or' I : [ollywood. She was J; unior class and I, if the student body I year. l>i to matriculate in a this fall. Gordon Bar Mitzvah Howard Edwin, son of Commander and Mrs. Ellis S. Gordon 01 M-7L 4th St wil1 boine Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. June I 11, at 9 a.m., at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation I 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Howard!"; 'student at Shenandoah Jr. Mi School whore he is pre lenl i i %  his home-room class, recently ; won an award tor first place in the seventh grade spe ch i Following the ceremon morning Riddush will be held to : which friends and relative invited. 1 Open house will honor the Bar Mitzvah at'his home on Sunday ; from three to six. ^J^is^fhridiain Third Twm For Mrs. M. Sirkin Mrs. Milton Sirkin was elected to serve a third term as president W !i he G t at, r M 'ami Chapter of Hadassah at a meeting held on PAGE ELEVEN Masada House Party Miami Masada will hold a house party this Saturday. 8:30 p m al the home of Dora Krendel, 271)1 S.W. 34th Ct. Newly elected officers will be install, id. Dancing, refreshments and enUi tainment will be featured. Members and non-members have been invited. Bhe Honorary Degree of |of Laws for "outstanding 1 the field of race relations nan understanding" from J-Cookman College, Dayeach, at commencement k Monday. Counselbaum is wellpere, having served at one e staff of the Florida Anti-Defamation League received her education at lalozzi-Frobel Kindergarlege and the University of I Prior to her professional \ce she founded the Kahn Club for Spastic and served as its first \t. She was one of the of the Illinois AssociaIthe Crippled and was the tson given a citation for %  >y that group. Executive Rore to be •ured than riches." Proverb* IORDON INERAL HOMEIBOLIZES EVERYpG A GOOD NAME IMPLIES Father's Day Fete Beth El Sisterhood is formulat! ing plans for a Father's Day | Dinner to be held Sunday. June, 25. at 6 p.m. in the Dora August I Memorial Hall of the synagogue,! according to Mrs. Jack Shapiro, I 1 president. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Sidney Palmer, general chairman, at 82-4902. or Mrs. Max Rappaport, co-chairman, at 83-1941. %  *zr Mrs. Milton Sirkin May 31. Elected to serve with her as chapter officers were: Mesdames Fred Jonas. Alexander Kogan, Leo Levin, H. C. Moser, Irwin Welnstein and Miss Lillian j Goodman, vice presidents; Mrs. | Jasper Crorner, corresponding! secretary; Mrs. Julius Mufson, I recording secretary; Mrs. Harry Platoff, financial secretary; Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, treasurer. The Greater Miami Chapter is composed of eleven groups in the Greater Miami area, totaling a membership of 2SO0 members. The presidents of the various groups in the chapter are: Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Wm. Altholz, Miss Marguerite Marx, Mrs. Philip Greenberg, Mrs. Louis Goldman, Mrs. Bernard Goldberg, Mrs. Irving Westin, Mrs. Sam Sackrais, Mrs. Moe Feingold, Mrs. Melvin Weinkle and Miss Roslyn Klein. Installation ceremonies for the chapter will be held in the early fall, although informal meetings will be continued throughout the summer to plan for the season's activities, and to set up the many committees necessary for the functioning of the entire chapter j Dr. Rosenthal Elected Dental Society Officer Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal was elected secretary-treasurer of the East Coast District Dental Society at the convention on June 2 and 3 at the Martinique Hotel. Dr. William M. Schiff and Dr. Rosenthal presented a "table clinic" during the meetings. The East Coast District Dental Society includes the East Coast of Florida from Key West to Vero Beach and is a component of the Florida State Dental Society and the American Dental Association. CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor CHT-IN-H-BH6? 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PAGE TWELVE , that ai %  %  %  '• %  to attend Congregation Knese.h Israel (Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Iifl l ,: • K B at at ^ Hatu d* At "" i :i h "i Hi-! v a t i followed i i .~:.-. %  Zniii %  >and i %  ~ by : %  \l;i. 1 f( llOW I 'all H"i Mi ; • n y\ hi ... flaps t„i vt befor* Mir N | ael-vin I % %  I Northsiae Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. i-., Smitl % % %  %  %  :.-.. HI Kridaj .%  Hdav xcl %  %  %  %  •' r I • Wn Boros, 556 N.W %  I i laj night at l Sal : %  Minolta MTVIOM '• Una to Th n ida; %  %  • %  i In the area an nvite-1 I North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Kl %  I %  %  %  %  Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Congrc-ition Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. %  > %  % %  : %  P %  I %  %  1 p 111. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative;). 7110 Bay Drive. Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. I %  : %  %  %  I %  • Congregation Beth Jacob (Orihodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Meschcloff. Pi Ida,' evi n!ng Kervii :.' •' %  !" %  .... ; •. ,-'•..'; :• lowed M n ha :il 6.1 • followed by Shalos i: bhl Mew heloff will upeaa on the Portion ••! the Week Hummel ..( ill.religious school i" gin June I! II '•' Retristratii.n al offlc. each morning at 9. Hebrew Academy. 918 §lh St.. Mi = mi Beach. p Ida) e\ % %  • %  %  net vice* al 6 • ha; urday morning at 9. Mlncha al :! : Maariv f •Upss*. Dallj • < %  >rm. ind Mo p.m. Sunday morning I servU as at J Coial Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Sabbath Beryl ••* al B:4S a m. Sal ir(ffomplek and Jbependalte cTiffe Setorke \AUl TiTL Obstruct Co. c it 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moths* P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, Ca .. es Frldev evi nlng the rabbi | ,, on "Ti i ra ice Pai I or Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave.. M;mi Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. service ...,i I ... Mr • %  • i %  '• %  Ml [i ID Ben Congregation beth Ttilah (Orthodox'. 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovlcv. ... %  al 6: 13. : T! the Ac M III lh( Path. • Ml % % %  [• %  •"' %  Hall I III • •; %  ". fol] Sundavu 'ueaoay* and I i J I f-Usand Wednea, h Legends or ad. N. W. Religious Congregation. | 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Service! Saturday morning at 9:00: Miami Hebrew School and Con| gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. I21h Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. |.vi,i, %  • .... %  Bel \ Ices al 6:45. Saturday morning i Bar Mltsvah ,,r How ai d, w i l "ommander ond Mis Ellis S. Oordon. Clam In Ethics | of the Fathers al 5:30 followed by Mlncha, Hh lo* Sudos and Maariv. Dally service 7:30 a in. and 'i:i"' p.m. Hebi ew %  'hoi I from B a m. to ii""': Temple betn anoiom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Mjami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Keremer. Friday evening aervlcea at 8:15. R ,1,1,, i N ... .1, || sneak Sabbath service al 10:43 a.m. Bar Mltsvah of ; Peter Levin. Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. i Maurice Mamches. Friday evening aervlcai at 6:3*V Services Saturdav morning al %  • %  Bar Mltivah of Robert, >"ii of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Sterling. Services Saturday at 6 p.m. includine "The Sabbath Repast with a dlscuaalon ol Ethics of Our Fathers led by Rabhl Shapiro. The 'Sabbath Repast" will i.,. sponsored by Mr and Mi.-. Bernard \ Sterling In honor of the Bar Mltsvah %  < Unason. Robert. Studenl congregation "ill hold Its services with the adults, Dally services at ::.1


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[y, JUNE 9. 1950 "JtMisHhriJtojn #*.. i? 0 ihe installation of officers of the Mount Scopus Group of tah, held recently at the Garden Restaurant. Mrs. David {membership chairman, announced as the "Woman o: the |Mrs. George Buch, who had brought in the highest number t members during the past year. As a prize. Mrs. Buch was iled with a portrait of herself. etureci left to right are: Mrs. Max Shapiro, who gave the etion, Mrs. George Buch, Mrs. David. Mrs. Hess. Mrs. Harold hen. mistress of ceremonies, Mrs. Joel Bolov. honorary bnt and insta lling officer. ___^_ Finkelstein Receives For Studies |Gladys Finkelstein, daughter of "velyn Bauer, 2868 Pinetree Dr. "ias received a Medal of Honor from the French Institute of New York for highest nide in her school during a recent city-wide French contest. Ruth is a student [Gladys n Elizabeth BarLwning Jr. High School in PAGE THIRTEEN ggnmnni t nan -• %  %  IS. *.** %  '-l*.****^**THE BEST IN KOSHER FOODS Miami Beach "Caterers of Distinction For All Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL — NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Our consultants are prepared to visit you in your home and tvill offer advice and suggestions without obligation. Call 58-8527 — Ask for Boris ECECBSSS ^^BBPHXBgatggBgaamiiia )ptner Is Host lai B'rith Board Miami Beach B'nai B'rith! Iwill have a board meet] piruricn on Thursday. June o'clock, at the home of pident, Mrs. Ida Optner, 24th Terr. A report of tict Number 5 convention %  given. INEST (JALITY Mrs. Foingold \a % % %  <:>* 4 liairiiK'ii At a recent board meeting of! the Mount Scopus Group of Hadassah, held at her home. Mrs. Moe Feingold. president, named her committee chairmen for the coming year. Mrs. Louis Heines and Mrs. Hy Bernstein will head the medical organization: Mrs. Irving Genet and Minna Mell. Youth Aliyah; Mrs. Harold B. Cohen, education; Mrs. Ernest Chernoff. program; Mrs. David Hess and co-chairmen Mrs. George Buch and Mrs. Joseph Weitzner, membership; Mrs. Sol Stokols and Mrs. Harold Siegel. bulletin; Mrs. Louis Rubin, publicity; Mrs. David Sernaker. Hadassah supplies; Mrs. Fred Ochs. Jewish National Fund; Mrs. Joel Belov, American affairs: Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, fund raising; co-ordinator, Mrs. Morris G. Drapkin. public relations. Others are: Mesdames Edward Quartin and Harold Binder, hos%  pi tali ty; Albert Rosenthal, youth : services; Henry Solloway, youth activities; Lionel Silverman, iunior-senior relations; Louis Baida, events; Louis Levitt, tele, phone; Sol Rovin and Edward | Rubin, dramatics; Alfred Zinner, music; H. C. Moser, B & P senior | relations; Bernard Meyer, stationery; Jasper Cromer, printomatic; K. C. 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Zaidman Wishes to thank his many old and new customers for their enthusiastic response to the announcement of the re-opening of his Bade Kosher Market 153 N. W. 5th Street Telephone 3-1430 Shop with Confidence at the Dade Kosher Where the Customer Is Always Right Free Delivery Throughout Greater Miami Under the supervision of The Greater Miami Yaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Director Listen to WINZ en Sundays from Noon to 1 l4S and Tuesdays 6-7 P.M. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community. Wde Kashruth Association. Participating Agercy of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warns the public. 1. Th.it only store* where the sign of the, c.MVH i"l D J are displayed are indoi.su: by thi Vaad; 2. That only chickens with the I ng ot thi GMVH n 10] are endorsed by ihr Vaad as ki shei ; That onl;. FRESHLY KILLED chickens with the i inn "f the GMVH nay !•• %  purchased in the live poultry market; Thai COLD chickens in the live poultry nmrkf t cannot i" endorsed by the Vaad because they may be over Zman, Not to he misled b) statements such as "traditional meals served" under the impression that they are kosher. For other information about Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec. A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL. Treas. :;. 4. FOR CONSTRUCTION and PERMANENT (FHA and Conventional) HOME MORTGAGE LOANS consult ... IUS i r-\ A >i ccnrutinkl AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of Miami nfmi'-fWtrif M>|i •* U~ Imturvttm CtrfrVUm MAIN OFFICE ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 45 MoctJi^t First A.tJt 1594 Horthwttt 36th Slmf JOSEPH M. UPTON. Presides* Resources Exceed $27,900,000.00 Reserves Exceed $1,850,000.00 —————^—^^——— ; ;ij \ U/tl-A*'*<* W/19-&V 0/*-# • • >, i.* _'i i, -J



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PAGE FOURTEEN vjewisl) FkridHari i2^n!2 Closing day exercises for the Hebrew Academy took place Thursday. *t the suchool auditorium. 6th and Jefferson Are.. Miami Beach. The ceremonies featured commencement day orations by Robert Stone. Donna MakoTsky. Tamra Mamches, Michael Simonhoff and a pianolog by Renah Mescheloif. A combined chorus of the Hebrew and English departments under the direction of Joseph Schreibman and Edna Sachs also participated. Students in the choral group include Samuel Feder. Melrin Safra, Jay Makovsky. Valerie Mamches. Seymour Spotler. Sandy Andron. Irving Kelemer, Carol SiWerburg. Bruca Shoulson, Michael Kogan. Edith Bender. Adina Stadlan. Joseph Lauer. Sheila Rubier. Efro mMescheloff. Shirah Skop. Robert Stone, Michael Simonhoff. Renah Mescheloff. Tamra Mamches. Beatrice Rich, Phyllis Kara. Brenda Hochman. Donna Makovsky. Rosa Barman. Also appearing in the picture is Aaron S. Lauer. supervisor. Olin C. Webb, principal of Miami Beach High School, was principal speaker. Awards for scholarship, good citizenship, o uts ta n ding work and sportsmanship were presented. —Morris Bros. Beach B. & P. Install Officers On Monday Installation of officers of Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's group. Hadassah. for the coming year will be held Monday evening. June 12. 8:30 o'clock, in the assembly hall of the Education Building. Miami Beach Jew! ish Center. 17th and James Ave.. when the retiring president. Miss Lillian Goodman, will turn over j the gavel to the recently elected president. Miss Marguerite Marx. Besides Miss Marx, the following officers will be installed by Mrs. Murray Grossman, president <.: the Florida Region of Hada?-.., Lillian Goodman, honorary president; Dorothy Parker. Dora Kellt" and Fiances Lebon. vice presidents: I Klein, treasi B n, recording secretary: 1 Hie Katz. fin : tary: Ceil (' re] pter board. s. in addi"--•"'• include Evelyn Br wn. J. an Bi •-'-•n. Polly Gershon, Roa Goldner, Esther Goodman, Anne Goldstein. Lil\. Mildred Krupsaw, Ceil ] Rubin. Connie Sieged and Sadie Alexander. THE GABDEN -ON THE TRAIL2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER, Owner IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE — MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA JHiss Marguerite Marx The Management of Mount Nebo Cemetery Announces the removal of its offices from the Olympia Building to its Administration Building 5505 Northwest 3rd Street New Phone 83-2163 "The Cemetery-of Distinction for Discriminating famlies" THE CHASE FEDERAL WAY Paid-in-advance vacations are much more fun! Introduced to Greater Miami last year by Chase Federal, the Vacation Club is now paying cash to happy Chase savers for their vacations this summer. Join Chase Federal's Vacation Club and really enjoy your next vacation without worrying about where the money is coming from. Just select the class that meets your needs and come in to either of our conveniently located offices today. Pay Each Week For .",(1 Week* Receive Early Xext Summer $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 $5.00 $10.00 $50.00 $100.00 $150.00 $250.00 $500.00 Chose Meml Savings MAIN OFFICE UM liiciti .is I*: tl 7411 NIITI IfUCK OFFICE 7435 Ctllilt C L CUMINTS, Oft*. : *•""" MSOUKU OVtt 114.000 000 I"-."""'•" %  •:•,, S? r c tJ business iin.i. .. ..""ring i,J HERBERT^ ^,J*i1 Jjlth the Clerk ,f£ 1( •! HKUIiKRT N .,. MAX R B S V ^ ,,tt S8 6 A /V-T 6 n ?3.3 f o' r *•" %  %  • name of Mi the] fictitious name in ^m Clerk of the ClrLtl3i County, Florida UU *m J LOUIS L. Piu. IRV.NY; oTiV""" Florida. Intend to ree" 1 .*, name with the Clerk Sj Court of Dade Co Unl v "L* LEWIS H'BHS I'J.0 ROTHSTFI.. 6/9-16-233 u LESTERTKN ^l NOTICE UNDER F | CT|T | NOTICE ,? VgSLH&J teSSff ""Oer the fiffi*' g.W. Sth St Florida -it na_ ""l ARE .V'lTlKIEDaBUlJ plaint for divorce has lieel against you In the abort CaJ you a .., ,,, wne a i your Answer on the plaintiffij and fil e th.original j n the Q th.c:. rk "1 the Circuit awi befi re •;, third day 0 f j u |] othi vise 'he allegations ol si of i" mplalnt will be -, feBsi : • ']. .1 II i: B. I.EATHEt Ol the Or. as] • ..it Seal) B) a. H rtirl Liens JACK A. ABBOTT Attoi %  • Plaintiff %  Mi.it: 6 8-16-2 %  : i NOTICE OP INTENTION !" APPLICATION FOR Fi DISTRIBUTION AND P DISCHARGE IN <'i ifNTY Jl'lHJE'S ( %  (i'.'* i %  'I 'NTT. n.iiKILA.-Kal RE: ESTATE OP LOUIS NATHAN, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby Pl have filed my final rei.irt ml for Final Distribution and m as executrix of the estate L Nathan, deceased; an.i tMll 10 day of July. IS.'IO. I *H1 the Honorable W. F. BlaogM Judge of Dade County. %  approval of said final repwti of final distribution aM charge a. executrix of w< Louis Nathan, deceased. This 1st day of JjgjfJH MTERS. HEIMA.N i KAW Attorneys for executrix 650 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 6/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FlCTTI NAME LAW NOTICE 16 HERHWJ, the undersigned dealrinsn business under the C ""X| ratio Self Service Uuas^l N.W. 17th Ave., Mlam. "1 tends to register aaid Clerk of the Circuit OW1 Opunty. F'%VARP^ MARK SILVERSTEIN Attorney 420 Lincoln R2? d ,. 0 Miami Beach, Horida 6/9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HBBBWlf. the undersigned desiri^ business ^'[. 'fiil Pop's Soda Bar at jj Avenue, in the lU> *J1 to register ^ ,1 l n "'" e o( *| of the Circuit Court o< SM 420 Lincoln Road 5/19-26 6-2-9 NOT 0^p 0 ARTNf3 Jack Rosen „.5""' 19 5o"3 fective **>:,„—.vcTlOVl Florida, which OT tlnued s a ll „^-hoM>' Joseph Wembeg 6/l-J-K-M



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)A y, JUNE 9, 1950 vJcwitti nvrudtiain LEGAL NOTICE I—rrrrVv PUBLICATION [NOTICE BY KU_ ( ( (i| THB IHE {-D1CIAL CIRCUIT pADE COUNTY, ANP |V ,,,ANCERY. NO. [ H VMMOND, Plaintiff, | ;,:vis HAMMOND, I „ I.EWI8 HAMMOND, um Street, Louisiana. ,,., %  '; ii'lRBl i to serve a -\v,,to the Bill of plaintiff's attorney. •]", ii.ii answer in the %  *,"„. rierk of the Circuit %  ... the 89 -l.i>• ^f June, entitled cause for Decree Pro OonB.'.i'l he • %  red against you. I T *El', tl I %  > %  •"' %  AD E I'.. LEATHERMAN, fL.i, nf the Circuit Court. %  Il CoMX By n 'c. R WILSON. Deputy Clerk. h^v lor Plaintiff, hcayne Building, H, Florida LU-23 Cn'riCE BY PUBLICATION treriBCUT COURT OK THE il-DIOIAl' rilirl-'T IN AND DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— ,'-ii ivi 'RIO No, L88D(o. K?CONFORTI, l'lalntiff, VS. 6v roNFt'RTL Defendant h'(,||\ CONFORTI TO SSffiS NOTFIED that Clare required t-> serve a copy Kitten defenses, If any. on JSlntllfa Attorney, and file the 1,1 il he office of the Clerk of t, court on or before the M I bine 193C In default of which Jn of Complaint will be taken IgTo f?i n dHf M,v. ,950. ffE Iil. LEATHERMAN. „f the Circuit Court. 111 Col; nvn. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. log .i TALI \N"FF I I' wd X Beach, Floi Ida l,;,.i fii alntlff NOTICE BY PUBLICATION c Re IIT COl'RT OF THE fcVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IFLfiRII > IN AND FOR DADE Em, i• %  :.. %  !:ii>.\.— IN CHA.NC,-, X"I' iRlYKlN. l'lalntiff, vsi gBERT DAVID RIYKIN. i.uit II.: 1 • rl David r.lvkln I Beach : Street h, Sew York ARE in:i:i:r.Y NOTIFIED Ilill Hi %  '..ini,].• Int for Divorce lal you, and you ftbv •• qu red to serve u copy to the Hill of Com, ._ th" plaintiffs attorney, and Ihu original Answer in the office h, Clerk ..t the Circuit Court on |fore the SRth day of June, 1950, f.iuli of which, the Hill of Cornwill be taken as confessed irt you. |XK and ORDERED at Miami, County, Florida, this 29th day ky. 1950 E I). LEATHERMAN, of the Circuit Court. pit Court s,:ili liy: M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. BHEINER i) lor Plaintiff Paclfli Building %  %  -. FI rida B-7674. 23 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE FIFTEEN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE > s HEREBY GIVEN tha, busrnea. U n J d"r d the e8 fl'u!i^ the mill LEGAL NOTICES HI rneye for Applicant tl.".o Beybold Hide '• U 6/2-9-lfl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Soda-Bar at 1620 N.W 82nd s t Miami, Pip,., Intend to register ai Id name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida RAYMOND COLEMAN JAMES P. AI.BF M. S. MAKI.1N 502 Biscayna Building Attorney for Applicants 5/26 6/2-9-16 132926. • LN CHANCERY, No. M FAY R !.U!:^IE N I nitiiifr. V LEGAL NOTICE I ... „ N OTICE 0F PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THF ELEVENTH JCIUCIAI, CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY F 3 .; Rlr>A IN CHANCBRT. No! OAlUiLINE SANDS, Plaintiff, VS. T P,l S ,,K 5 IC K A ; SANDS. Defendant. TO: Mr. Frederick A. Sands, c/o Mrs. Eileen Baker, 4205 48th Avenue Woodsirie, long Island, N. Y YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint in the above cause for Divorce, on the plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before June 21, 19511, otherwise said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 22 dav of Mav, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By \VM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MYERS, HKIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 650 Beybold Building Miami, Florida ">/26 6/2-.9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Playmates Sport Togs at 132 N. \V. -4tti Street, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LEON II. BROWN SARA I, BROWN SIDNEY ROBBIN8 Attorney for Applicants 901 N. B. 2nd Avenue 5/26 li/2-9-16 ; "•:• A. 950; othemlae the'BII of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore riledI herein, will be taken a. conlesMca Dy you. „ Dated 'at'. Miami. Florida, this the -.nd day ,,i May, 1950. E, B. LEATHERMAN, < b-ik of the Circuit Court, ,„. ,. ,, Bade County, Florida, (Circuit Court Seal) By: M. C. PEIGE, Nam. and Address of e,,Uly CMt Plaintiff's solicitor: HILTON A FRIEDMAN 1023 Beybold Building Miami. Florida. 5/26 6/2-0-16 TO: BENJAMIN PAUL HENRY 508 Pearl Street Macon. Missouri You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint, a copy of which Is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiff's Attorney, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 15th Day of June, 1950, otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed bv you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 16th day of May, 1950. E. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) 11) : M LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT "F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRcTIT, IN AMi FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY; NO! .' :l;V i.',^T,,''' ANDREWS Plaintiff, vs. RUTH M ANDREWS, i N foi In i i TO: RUTH M. ANDREWS I3i K. .\l iln Strei i Batavla, Ncu Yo YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that n Bill for Divorce lias I n filed against yon In the above entitled Cause and VOII :r.. I>e,'.,l.e .... ..,;..., %  and you are "' COPJ ot .-. ,i.~ ,\,-, i., I .,,,,, ,,,i, r ,oi the l, HI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Is 26 6/2-9-18 illorn. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN • it the undersigned are i gag, d In -i. "ess Lindi r the I nai %  : FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE al ,'H" ,"' • F I' r Htrei t, Miami, Florida, and Inti nd tu n [Ister the said fictitious name In the I >f'i %  • %  oj tbe Clerk ol the Circuit couu, Dade County, Florida. REBECCA I'ORTNl Y BELLE GREENBERG CHERTKOF AND KALI8H Attorne) s-at -law hereby required 607-8 Olympla Bui your Answer to I Miami. Florida attorneys, and rilo the original In the "tic of the Clerk of the Circuit HP" 1 "' "" '"' before June 26th, A.D, DATED at Miami, Florida, this 24 day of May, 1950. E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and for Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. ..... Deputy Clerk. I'AI.I.OT. SILVER, TATHAM Attorneys at T-aw 1214-19 Congress Building Miami. Florida 5/26 6/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ANDY'S GRILL at 1141 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said rtame with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. WILLIAM COHAN Applicant MYERS, HE1MAN S KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 5/26 6/2-9-16 BEN ESS'EN, ESQ.. Attorney for Plaintiff 823 Beybold Building, Miami, Florida a/19-26 0/2-9 C. FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW it-i: is HEREBY GIVEN that wrilgned desiring to engage In %  j under the fictitious name of I Hotel al 48-52 N. W. 8th slami, Florida, Intend to regis. the cicrk of the %  Court of Ii de Countv, Florida. ALBERT SWARTZ BELLE SWART/. MA PRICE LEFCOE KliV; ME w. LEFCOE -jjaEIMAN ,v KAPLAN [Mil Bldg Miami, Fla. % % %  Imperial Hotel" ICI iCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IKREBY GIVEN that dt siring to engage in •"":, |h rietlflous name of SER\ H'E STATION at 299 •in street, Miami, Florida, %  aid name with the V the %  n it Court of Dade i gAYMOND KHOURT ., } ] [ I'd! BULOS t"' BRENNER "" Raymond Khoury and i T !?, E v T r O CREDITORS isil r. o Y iWDQES COURT ttM K IADE COUNTY, l' u A %  IN PROBATE. No. IKORETZKT. E?!?!? 11A Per ons Havr or Demands Against Said Unri ?I h of >ou ar hereby VZ ,l,i"" r ^ d ,0 Present any Pnu den.ands which you, or f Ann.2naVe 8ainst the Nrt, '•, K ." r *ky. deceased. K ,, ,', nly "orida, to the niv %  tu.V'JV, Co .. unty Judge of the r f ". e ,he "n>e in his Nntv M un ty Couithouse In Kths t rl,, within eight Wie n l" m '. he ,,ate of the d to ,„ h r of Sa'd claims he ciai on, ? ,n ^e le^al adr"et ;,i'. nnt and to b? sworn N"r,. s a f( ,8 ald. or same Kr ct, l '" on 12 o f ,he f^ ,9 j A D. 1950. %  IminuV, i KY K RETZKY, SStStt ,^ l? ,he ? state of fONE Deceased. Building It'll A,1, nlnistrator. ILPP?i C 9 LUMN S FOR I ^GAL ADVERTISING NOTICE OF SALE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROLATE, No. LS7IM. in Re: Estate of Theodoulos Kalozols, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the order of the above Court, dated May 18, 1950, a public sale of the estate's assets, to-wit, a one third interest in the chattels and business known as Pete's Bar B-Q, located at 25:17 S. W. Sth Street, Miami, Florida, shall be held at 2:00 P.M., Monday, June 19. 1950, at 2537 S. W. Rth Street, Miami, Florida, for the purpose of paying the debts of the estate. The sale shall be conducted by the undersigned administrator of tho aliove estate and shall be made for the best price obtainable. Dated: May 23, 1950. ANDREAS CHRISTODOULOU Administrator LIEBMAN AND ROSEN Attorneys for Administrator 502 Biscayna Building Miami, Florida 5/26 6/2-9-liS NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COl'RT FIFTH DISTRICT. .MIAMI LEACH, FLORIDA.—No. 3779. JOSEPH STII.LMAN, Plaintiff, vs. JERRY REGAN, Defendant. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of a writ of execution Issued In the above styled cause, I, Harry S. Iliggins. Constable of the Fourth District of Dade County. Florida, have levied upon and will offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash at 10 a.m. on the 20th day of June, 1950, in the office of the Honorable Kenneth Oka, Judge of tho Small Claims Court, at ISO Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ma., all tho right, title, and interest of said JERRY REGAN III the following described property, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: entire interest in and to the following: One 1940 Bulck four-door sedan. DATED this 12th day of May, 19,". HARRY S. 11 ICG INS, Constable, Dade County, Fla. 5th District Bj JOHN A. WHAI.KN, Deputy. MANFRED J. BERLINER Attorney for Plaintiff 211 Lincoln Road 5/19-26 6/2,9 ^^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION •IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 182756. MAX LANCER. Plaintiff, vs. ANNA LANOER, Defendant. TO: ANNA LANCER ism sih Avenue Brooklyn, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill for Divorce has been filed against you in the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill Of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attnrnovs and file the original in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court on or before June ltlth, A. D. 1950. DATED at Miami, Florida, this it day of ^>. R \ : ^!!: IIHRMA N. Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and for Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) ...,„ Bv WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. PALLOT, SILVER, TATHAM & WAYNE. Attorneys for Plaintiff 1214-19 Congress Building Miami, Florida 5/19-26 6/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Coral Gat.Medical Building at 3180 S.W. 22nd St., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LENA FEINSTEIN ZIMMERMAN i iwuer MYERS. H El MAN & KAPLAN %  Attorneys for Applicant .",. L'I; •; 2-9-1,; NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE .CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 132730. JACOB M. POMERANTZ. 1 lal'Hi.r, vs. GLADYS S. POMERANTZ. Defendant. ...__ TO: GLADYS S. POMERANTZ 368 Hawthorne Avenue Newark 8, New Jersey You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint, a copy M which is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiff's Attorney, and file E^B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) ^ ft ^ Deputy Clerk. BEN E!%EN, ESQ., Attorney for Plaintiff 828 Beybold Bldg., Miami. Fla. 6/19-241 "/2-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CO! RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23942. In Re: ESTATE OF DAVID ZAVON, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are herein notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of DAVID ZAVON. deceased. late of DADE County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County .1 ,,f Dade County, and file the same in his office iii the County courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, said claims or demands to contain the legal ada re ,,f the claimant and to be sworn t,, and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1983 Probate Act. Date May 22, A.D. 1980. _._ HM ROBERT H. ZAVON, As Executor of the I^ist WIN and Testament of DAVID ZAVON, Deceased. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executor :, 26 i; 2-9-16 __ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UTH 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. l. New York You are hereby notified that a suit for divorce has been brought against i you as above styled and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's 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. STOCKING, NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE N THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 130058, the undersigned, as Special Master! under and by virtue of Deere,. of Foreclosure %  nt. red In that the Final heretofore MURRAY GOODMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olympla Building Miami, Florida 5/19-26 6/2-8 Deputy Clerk. HI ,'.., %  <-. %  -— -,,., ..,,,• %  ...... ... .-...— W F BLANTON, County Judge f or final discharge is 1 ,11. .1... ......... Ol •-.._ —• Ik. ...H*n NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY' JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 20606. RE: ESTATE OF IRVING (SHEEN B ER<',, I leceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as ancillary executrix of the estate of IKVINC GREENBERG, deceased; and that on the 16 dav of June. 1950, I will applyto the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, i for approval of said filial report and ancillary IRVING £HE"'CIR"?T P ^TO C T A OF N THE '\, EVENT'H Vlu.dClAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. DANIEL U GLADSTONE. Plaintiff, V. BFVRL GLADSTONE, Defendant. TO PEARL C.I.ADSTONE c/o Samuel Knauer 308 S. 3rd Avenue a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has •"c-.„ E „ „,,.sAastjr Clerk of the Circuit CoUrt. (Circuit Co"rt Seal) STOCKING B> WM Deputy Clerk. STREET & GREENFIELD Attorneys for PUhltlff pv: Leo Greenfield 350 Lincoln Road M'.imi Beach, Florida 5/29 6/5-12-19 executrix of the estate of GREENBERG, deceased. This 12th day of May, 1950. ETHEL GREBNBETta MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Ancillary Executrix 5/19-2H 6/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Ace Employment service at i-'7 N.E. 1st Ave.. Miami, intond 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 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 132715 WILLIAM KRANZ, Plaintiff, VS. ANNA KRA*Z, 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 your answer to the bill of complaint on the plaintiff's attorney and File the original answer in the office of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of June, 1950, In default of which the bill of complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 12 day of May, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (.Circuit Court Seal) „_„„„„,_ By WM. W. STOCKING. %  %  %  DepTrry-crerir. FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Plaintiff 611 Blscayne Building Miami, Florida. 6/19-26 6/2-8 public outcry to the binhest 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. 19S0, between the hours of eleven o'clock A. M. and two o'clock P. M.. the same being a legal sales da) and the hours the legal hours of sale, the following described property situate in Dade County. Florida, to-wit: FIRST TRACT: Beginning at the SW corner of the SWi, of the NE', of the NW 1 ,,f See. ::4, Township 51 South, Range i" Hast, Bald point also being the SW corner of. Lot Three Cil, Block 'Three (3), IIALLANDAI.I:. according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book "B", Page 13, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, run in an Easterly direction al ing the southerly line of said Lot ::. Block 3, or the southerly line of of the sw, of the NI: of the NW, of said sec. 84, a distance of S6S.49 ft. to a point, said being the Intersection of the last mentioned line with the westerly right of way line of St ite Road No. 1. or Federal Highway I 8. No. 1, thence run In a northeasterly direction deflecting 85 degrees, 28 minutes, 11 seconds to the left along the westerly line of said State R i No i. a distance of 5.65 ft. to a point, said point being the Intersection of th,westerly line of said state Road No. 4, with the westerly line of Lot 4 or the easterly line of Lot ::. Block :;, IIALLANDAI.I:. above mentioned, thence continue in a northeasterly direction along the last mentioned course produced Northeasterly along the westerly lit f said State Road No 4. as described in Rlght-ofWay Dei d recorded in Deed Book 1579, Page 24, Public Records of Dade County. Florida, a distance Of 94.86 ft, to the point of beginning of the tract of laud herein described: from said point of beginning continue northeasterly along the last mentioned course produced Northeasterly along the Westerly line of said Stale Road No. 4, a distance of 100 ft. to a point, thence run westerly along B line deflecting tO the left 114 degrees, III minutes, 49 seconds along a Hue being parallel to and 181.948 ft. distant northerly from the south line of said Lots 3 and. 4, Block 8, HALLANDALB, a distance of 750.39 ft. to a point. said point being on the westerlyline of said Lot 3, Block 3, HALLANDALE, thence run southerly along a line deflecting :•! degrees, [3 minutes, 03 seconds to the left along the westerly line of said !„it :;, Block 3, a distance of 91.0 ft to a point, thence run easterly along a line deflecting to the left vs degrees, 46 minutes, 57 seconds, along a line parallel to and 90.974 ft. distant northerly from the south line of said Lots 3 and 4, Block 3. IIALLANDAI.I:. a distance of 706.93 ft. to the point of beginning of the tract ot land herein described, containing 1.52 acres, more ,,r less: SECOND TRACT: Being a portion of the Southwest Quarter is\v,i of the Northeast Quarter IXE',1 of the Northwest Quarter (NW 1 ,) and the Southeast Quarter (SE 1 ,) of the North, ast Quarter (NE 1 ,) of the Northwest Quarter (NW',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 SW 1 ', of NE'. of NWVi located 1S2.00 feet North of the Southwest corner of said SWV4 thence run easterly parallel to and 181.948 feet North of the South line of said SWV4 and SB**. 750.39 feet to the Westerly Rightof-Way line of Federal Highway U. S. No. Ii thence run Northeasterly along said Rlght-nfWay 100.00 feet; thence run Westerly parallel to and 272.922 feet North of the South line of said SWi and SE> 793.84 feet to the said West line of SWVi: thence Run southerly along said West line 91.00 feet to the point of Oeginnlng. Containing 1.6 acres, more or less. The said property as aforesaid, together with all the tenements, herltamcnts and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in anywise appertaining, being sold subject -to all Hens of record, to satisfy said decree. L DATED this 12th day of May, A. p. 1950. AMOS BENJAMIN; Special'Master In Chancery. ALFRED KREISLER Solicitor for Plaintiffs 1009 Pan American Hank Building Miami, Florida 5/19-26 6/2-9 .' I. I



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^m^ME
l^HHiHHI
ihd^viislb-IEIIiDipidliiaun
I^QLUME 23-NUMBER 23
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
_______________MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 9, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
1. N. Trusteeship Council Opens Its
Session; Reports On Jerusalem Issue
LAKE SUCCESS, OTA)The United Nations Trusteeship
[council opened its session here this week with the question
of settling the status of Jerusalem as one of the major pointe
on its agenda.
Discussion of the itue will be
postponedprobably lor a week
_at the request of the Iraqi
delegate. Roger Garreau. re-
tiring president of the Council.
told the Council that he would
make "an unfortunately brief
report" on his mission in con-
nection with the Jerusalem
problem and would distribute
to the members of the memor-
andum he received from the
Israel government with regard
to the Council's statute on
Jerusalem.
It is generally believed that
the Council will decide that it
can do nothing about the Jeru-
salem problem except refer the
entVe matter back to the U.N.
General Assembly meeting in
September. The American delega-
tion has indicated that it will
favor such a move. Meanwhile,
members of the Council displayed
great interest in Israel's dramatic
new proposal for a United Na-
tions regime for the Holy Places
of Jerusalem. However, the dele-
I gates agreed that the Council was
I not empowered to discuss the
Israel proposal since it is still
operating under the decision of
the General Assembly of last year
to place the whole Jerusalem area
under international trusteeship.
Members of the American
delegation stated that although
the new Israel proposal can be
considered a "step in the right
direction." certain parts of it are
still "vague." They said that the
United States is still supporting
the plan of the Palestine Con-
ciliation Commission which calls
for a modified internationaliza-
tion of Jerusalem. At the same
time, they gave the impression
that the American government
may favor a compromise between
the Commission's plan and the
new Israel proposal.
Mac Henriquez-Urena of the
Dominican Republic was elected
president of the Trusteeship
Council, succeeding Mr. Garreau.
The Soviet delegate walked out
of the session after failing to get
the Council to unseat the Chinese
Egypt Calls For
American Arms
LONDON. (JTA)Egypt has
asked the United States, in a
written memorandum, to help
equip her army with American
arms, usually well-informed
quarters stated in Cairo, Reuters
reported. "The Egyptian govern-
ment was understood to have
asked for fighters, bombers, tanks
and artillery, similar to those
Israel is reported to be receiving
from the United States," the dis-
patch said.
The memorandum drew a com-
iP-rison between the populations
and strategic positions of Egypt
and Israel and stressed that
Egyptian military preparations
did not represent any aggressive
intention. They were necessary
for "internal security and defense
against aggression," the report
quoted the memorandum as
[stating.
American Ambassador Jeffer-
jn Caffery has told Foreign
Minister Mohamed Saleh El Din
ey that Washington was ready
to supply light weapons only, ac-
cording to the report. The am-
bassador was understood to have
said Egypt could obtain her re-
quirements of American light
weapons from British depots in
the Suez Canal, Reuters said.
Nationalist representative.
Aubrey S. Eban, Israel's per-
manent delegate to the U.N., is-
sued a statement expressing his
government's gratification at the j will "hold "theVr"'gro"und breaking
West Miami tenter
To Break Ground
For New Building
The West Miami Jewish Center
Tribune Says Frankfurter, Morgenthau,
Lehman Constitute 'Secret Government'
public response to its efforts to
solve the Jerusalem deadlock,
adding that "a solution is in sight
if other interested parties show
a similar spirit of conciliation and
realism.
"Before formulating its pro-
posals, the Israel government con-
ceremonies for their new building
on Sunday, June 11, at 2:30 p.m.
The ceremonies will take place
on the site of the new structure,
SW. 57th Ave. and 17th St.
The building will house an
auditorium, class rooms and a
social hall. In the rear will be an
CHICAGO, (JTA)The asser-
tion that U. S. Supreme Court
Justice Felix Frankfurter, Senator
Herbert H. Lehman and Henry
Morgenthau, Jr. constitute the
secret government of the United
States" is made by the Chicago
Tribune here in a two-column
dispatch from its Washington corr
respondent. The correspondent
attributes this assertion to "a
person with the highest State
Department connections."
Justice Frankfurter is termed
as "the most powerful man in the
government, reaching into the
White House with his proteges."
Sen. Lehman is pictured as "a
powerful Wall Street force,"
while Mr. Morgenthau was named
by the alleged "State Department
authority" as "the spokesman of
the powerful Zionist groups."
Declaring that "the names of
all three figures were woven into
the case of Alger Hiss" who was
convicted of perjury, the Chicago
Tribune says: "None of the three
had been named as a fellow
traveler, or has ever fallen under
any suspicion of taint of Com-
munism. All have been pro-Soviet
to a degree, but only when the
Russian position advanced the
British or Zionist causes, or
worked toward the fall of Nazi
Germany."
suited' with the leading members j ?nclsed Patio alonS with Parking
of the U.N. The response from I gi~l
them greatly encouraged us to go
Ben Gurion Outlines Israel's
Views On Big Three Arms Policy
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forward with our proposals," he
continued. "We were further im-
pressed by the growing number
of our colleagues in the UN, who,
having supported the resolution
for an internationalized regime at
the last session, now urged us
with all fervor to assist in finding
a more equitable solution.
"The only criticism which I
have heard so far is that our
proposal is based on the promise
of future peace in the Near East,
whereas certain critics of our pro-
posals base themselves on the
premise of war. It is true that
our basic premise is peace and
not war. The expectation of war
in the Near East is not a moral
concept on which to base the
future of Jerusalem," he pointed
out. "Nor is this a logical argu-
ment in favor of the internation-
alized regime. For if the UN and
especially the great powers, could
not prevent war in the area, as
they are solemnly pledged to do,
how would they be able to safe-
guard the integrity of an inter-
nationalized city against the im-
pact of that war?" Mr. Evan
asked.
The principal speakers for the
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The,
views of the Israel government on some
of them retain Palestine
occasion will be Rabb! Max 1 t week,s announcement by the I territory; he cited Egypt's pres-
Shapiro and Rabbi Morns Skop. | Big Three Powers concerning
Preceding the ground breaking
ceremonies the installation of of-
ficers for the coming year will
take place.
New officers are president,
Irving Wexler; vice president,
Leonard Kalish: recording secre-
tary, Ethel Machety; correspond-
ing secretary, Mary Holly; fi-
nancial secretary, Edward Holly;
treasurer, Lew Brown.
Israel Faces New
Immigration Crisis
JERUSAUEM, (JTA) Just
at a time when the prospects for
the migration of large numbers
of Jews from East European
countries to Israel are becoming
brighter, the Jewish Agency and
the Israel Government are com-
pelledbecause of financial rea-
sonsto limit the number of
immigrants entering Israel to
12,500 a month.
This was reported this week
at a meeting of the joint immigra-
tion coordinating board estab-
lished by the Jewish Agency and
the Israel government.
their arms shipments policy for
the Middle East were outlined
here in a formal statement by
Premier David Ben Gurion in the
Israel Parliament. The Premier's
statement was approved by 64
affirmative vote.
The Premier sajd that Israel
was satisfied that the discrimina-
tion against it by the sale of arms
to the Arabs and the refusal to
permit the Jewish state to pur-
chase weapons had been elimi-
nated, but he pointed out that
the tri-partite statement was a
unilateral action. He emphasized
that since Israel is and has al-
ways acted as a sovereign state,
this announcement can only be
accepted as information.
Continuing his presentation, Mr.
Ben Gurion said that the Israel
ence in Gaza and Transjordan's
control of the Old City of Jeru-
salem and the "triangle" area of
central Palestine. He called for
Israel to "stand up against the
aggressors" in the future as it
had done in the past.
Cautious Optimism'
Urged For Workers
At Conference
House-Senate Conferees Report Cut New
DP Immigration Law For Further Action
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
House and Senate conferees on
the new DP immigration law this
week reported out for further
action by the two Houses of
Congress the legislation on which
they reached agreements. Final
vote in both Houses are expected
shortly.
The compromise version calls
for the admission of a total of
340,000 displaced persons be-
tween July 1, 1948, and June 30,
1951. The total includes 150,000
immigrants who have already
entered under the terms of the
DP Immigration Act of 1948. It
also provides for the admission
of 54,000 "volksdeutsch" expeHed
from various European countries
Abbott Named
Head Of Beach
Civic Group
Jack A. Abbott was named head
of Miami Beach's Presidents
Council Monday, succeeding Dr.
I. W. Lippmann.
Abbott, president of the Miami
Beach Bar Association, is the im-
mediate past president of the
Civic League of Miami Beach.
He was unanimously elected to
the post of executive chairman
while I. N. (Ike) Parrish general
manager of the Beach Chamber
of Commerce, was re-elected sec-
retary.
The council is currently made
up of the executives of 20 Miami
Beach organizations.
ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA) A
thousand Jewish social workers,
center workers and educators,
worried by reports of declining
government is particularly satis- fun(j raising and budget curtail-
fied by the fact that the Allied ments. were assured this week
Powers called for peace in the by Dr. Nathan Reich, a noted
Middle East, took a stand against economist, at the opening session
the use of force and pledged ac- [ 0f the National Conference of
tion against an aggressor in the Jewish Social Welfare that "we
area. He declared that as a mem- can face the future in a mood of
ber of the United Nations and as cautious optimism."
.
after the fall of the Nazi regime.
The Displaced Persons Com-
mission this week reminded the
153,000 DP's who have entered
the U. S. under the DP Act that
they must report on July 1. This
is a requirement of the DP Im-
migration Act of 1948. The com- though
mission pointed out that 45,000 j promised peace to the Middle
of the newcomers, the July 1 j East, no guarantee accompanied
report will be their first. It stated this promise. He welcomed the
also that those who arrived after Big Powers acknowledgement of
May 1 of this year are not re- I the threat to Israel s security in-
quired to report until next Jan- I herent in Arab rearmament and
uary. Attention was called to
criminal penalities for failure to
an interested party Israel feels
that the U.N. should not be satis-
fied with the American-British-
French statement, but should do
everything in its power to en-
courage and speed up the process
of stabilization in the Middle
East through peace treaties be-
tween the Jewish state and the
Arab countries. The Premier
pledged his government to sup-
port any move in this direction
launched by the U.N.
Returning to the three-nation
announcement, he said that al-
the policy statement
referred to the fact that the
Jewish state drew the attention
Dort of the U.N. to the situation last
, 'February.
The report covers place of res.- and Q zi(mist
dence. nature and place or em, eg efe among those who
Ployment. and other ct"*, received the Premier's statement
matter. While the ,"* SK ; of policy favorably. Jacob Riftin.
on July 1, the commission will ^ki f Mapam, the left-
accept reports mailed after June P* *positlon, $emanded that
*JS JUME/S theggove?nment issue an explicit
the Immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Service.
Lucas Withdraws F.E.P.C.
Bill Before Senate
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Senate
Majority Leader Scott Lucas this
week withdrew the administra-
tion's motion to bring the F.E.P.C.
Bill before the Senate. He con-
ceded that it would be impossible
to secure passage of the measure
at this time. He promised, how-
ever, that administration forces
would make one more attempt
before the present session ends.
statementand the Knesset en-
dorse itto the effect that Israel
insists upon its unrestricted right
to purchase arms in every part
of the world, under conditions
best for it and without being
subject to, nor enslaved by, any-
body.
Jacob Meridor, rightwing Heruc
deputy, charged that the three
power statement was a cloak for
Britain's return to the Near East
"through the back door." He
specifically opposed the section of
the policy statement calling for
regional defense plans because
his party rejects any agreements
with the Arab states as long as
The National Association of
Jewish Center Workers and the
National Council for Jewish Ed-
ucation, who are holding con-
current conventions, joined with
the National Conference of Jew-
ish Social Welfare in sponsoring
the opening session of the con-
vention which will continue
through Friday, George W. Ra-
binoff, president of the National
Conference, presided.
Reporting to the executive
committee of the National Con-
ference on the growth of the
Jewish social welfare structure
in the United States, Mr. Rabin-
off said that America's almost five
million Jews contribute almost
$250,000,000 annually through
over 300 federations and welfare
funds for the support of overseas,
national and local projects.
A rising demand for profes-
sionally-trained workers in the
Jewish community center field
throughout the country was re-
ported to the executive commit-
tee of the National Association of
ef Jewish Center Workers by its
president, Sanford Solender. The
Jewish community centers al-
ready employ close to 1,000 pro-
fessional workers, he declared.
The increase demand, Mr. Solen-
der said, is attributable to "the
tremendous growth" in the center
movement which reported a 27
percent increase in attendance at
center activities in 1949. More
than 11,500.000 people participat-
ed in center programs and serv-
ices last year, Mr. Solender
reported, adding that in response
to growing calls for expanded
center programs, Jewish com-
munities commenced construction
of more than $11,000,000 worth of
new or remodelled center build-
ings last year.
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Off the Record
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By NATHAN
Education Directors
To Explore Needs
For New School
eting of the -
d "f directors of the
Bureau of Jewish Education will
be hi Id oil Monday, June 12 at
the office of the Greater Miami was denied the flo ADL
J. wish Federation, at 8:15 p.m. for expressing his views on our
The board will discuss Prob-tdnazicationJ Program in Ger-
sns for the coming year. The man-v he re?d u' rejected ad-
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FRIDAY. June .
Z1PRIN
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The storm precipitated by the
Buttenwieser incid< nl is by no
means ever Within I
eight hours after Buttenwieser
..ndled by a p
lered the most ingenious
crimin i r of the age and
of his problems in meeting the
criminal mind as a judge .
Reyn 'Ids does an excellent joh
in reviving the famous cases
which held a nation spellbound
.it tile height of Samuel S.
Leibowitz*s career Once you
have started reading the book
you will not put it away until '
you devoured the last page .
Interestingly enough both books
for the coming .
possibilities of a central Hebrew dress at a closed session of the
school in West Miami-Coral : American Jewish Committees
Gables area will be explored and c"mTmiflon on Germany Man>
the awarding of a Charles A. A?L leaders resented the de-
Ratner Memorial Scholarship will velopment Concern torfree- pubiished bv Farrar, Straus
h -.iinniinwrl dom of expression was not the 30le Jl *ru"*~'"-" *" f
be announced^ commission's "d Company People are
To be passed on will be a new decision to give Buttenwieser a : generally curious about the
set of Bar Mitzvah standards in- | latform for delivering the con- origins of things whether it be
volving three years instruction at; froversial address ... It was at ( words names or places ... If you
a recognized Hebrew school:; the suggestion of the commission !are interested m the origin of
passing a test on minimum stand- i tnat tne ^rj)L invited Butten- words don t miss getting a copy
aids: and a special certificate of L,jesei. to j"ts Chicago parlev lof "Thereby Hangs A Tale" by
honor to those Bar Mitzvah It was the commissjon-s bab'v and j Charles Earle Funk To be
thev had to clean it up What J more exact the volume consists,
is baffling about the whole thing Iof st0"es of curious word origins
is that no one seemed to have I The material is written with
foreknowledge of Buttenwieser's ease and story-telling effect .
views and no one sought to as- \ Lad>"- the author tells us, origin-
certain them Even more ates from a strange word meaning
candidates passing a maximal test.
The highlight of the meeting
will be a brief report on the
annual conference of the National
Council for Jewish Education by
I. uIs Schwartzman. executive di-
Judge Sam Silver of Weti Miami installed newlv .
officers of lhe Coral Gables Jewish Center Monday event i
, al a dinner dance held at the Gateway Restaurant MaVi ,
for coming year are (1. to r.) Mn. Morris B. Horowitz s?JU*
president; Herbert Gerlernter, congregation president- Jw .
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I'll Say
Rabbi Calish And Snobbery In Richmond
When Jefferson was President, Jews comprised a
sixth of Richmond's white population. There were
social commingling, intermarriage, and active
participation in public affairs. Today, a descendent
of pioneer Jewish stock would deny with vehemence
the existence of local anti-Semitism. If questioned,
he would admit the exclusion from fashionable clubs,
which, in the troubled days following the Civil War,
welcomed members and even selected officers of the
Jewish faith. In recent years, restricted covenants
have appeared in the deeds of some exclusive sub-
divisions.
The Jewish Gentleman
The German Jews, sensing the avalanche of Nazi
anti-Semitism, laid the blame upon the influx of
Ostjuden from Poland. The Jewish gentleman of the
Richmond old school is too well bred to speak so
bluntly. But he scrupulously avoids contact with
anyone outside of his charmed circle and until
recently confined membership in Beth Ahabah's
classic columned Temple to the old families. Zionism
was eschewed as a foreign ideology reeking with un-
American double loyalty, nor was it good form to
use high pressure methods in raising funds for
overseas relief or even for local needs. A Jewish
Community Center is in bad taste, as tending to
segregate Jews from the rest of the population. On
the other hand, he approves of the antiquated Ladies
Hebrew Benevolent Association; for during the War
between the States (Civil War is too crude) it
ministered to wounded Confederate soldiers, regard-
less of creed.
His Restraints and Seclusions
Reticence and unostentation as an ideal behavior
pattern has become a fetish for these Virginians of
the Mosaic faith. They do not approve of Jews going
into politics. It is all right to join a Gentile club or
attend a party if invited. Or when asked to assist
in civic or charitable work, it is an obligation to
By HARRY SIMONHOFr"
aCe?i Wlth gracc and work with diligence. But never
should a Jew volunteer or push himself. Unknow-
ingly perhaps, they subscribe to the German dictum:
the Jew is like a woman, the less said of her the
better. Thus they apparently acquiesce in a kind of
onetto social status, without murmur or complaint.
But inwardly they evidently yearn for social ac-
ceptance, and compensate by practicing a similar
exclusion upon other Jews, not of the elite First
Jewish Families of Virginia.
Apostle to the Gentiles
The spiritual exemplar of this deference to the
socially powerful and snobbery towards so called
inferiors was the late Dr. Edward M. Calish. This
ideal archtype of a Rabbi for the Gentiles probably
had to compensate all his life for being reared in an
orphan asylum. Tall and handsome, he was eloquent
and scholarly. He worked hard at what is now
called "public relations." He developed a superb
manner for interfaith work with Christian clergy
and laymen. For half a century he held the dominat-
ing position of Jewish spokesman in Virginia.
Exclusive clubs, which did not admits Jews to
membership, made a gesture of good will to Richmond
Jewry by inviting Rabbi Calish to speak on festive
breakfasts. In 1907, he even addressed a Bishops and
lay convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
The newspaper congratulated the Bishops for their
tolerance and the Rabbi for his speech.
Arrogance to Jews
Evidently Rabbi Calish expended all his energies
in winning Christian encomiums. Beth Ahabah
respected and esteemed its spiritual leader; but his
congregants neither loved nor admired him. His
eloquent and learned sermons would hardly draw
a minion on an ordinary Sabbath. But it was the
Orthodox element who abhored and detested him.
Apparently, he reserved charm and good manners
for state occasions. An Orthodox old timer told me
that the Governor of Virginia was once invited to
address a synagogue during a holiday service. Rabb
Calish came along as escort and refused to put or
his hat. The Chief Executive looked confused an embarrassed. He no doubt felt it in bad taste to b<
bareheaded in a crowded Orthodox Synagogue. Ye
Calish was also a Rabbi.
Many anecdotes reveal the vulgarian behind th( '
assumed artificial smile. Happily, the tribe of as .
similationist Rabbis, who flourished in later 19th anc
early 20th centuries, is almost extinct. These worldl;
clerics never realized their own moral cowardice ii
scoffing at the newly arrived impoverished Eas I
Europeans, who felt insecure and inferior in a strangi
land, and who could not with their broken Englisl
fight back the jeers and sneers of these self-satisfiei '.
snobs.
A More Hopeful Future

But what is the sum total of Rabbi Calish's labors I
After 50 years of interfaith public relations, Jew ;
are accepted less in Richmond's exclusive societ
than during the heyday of the Confederacy. Th'
Rabbi's last act was organizing an American Counci
for Judaism chapter. Yet the UJA raises large
sums than he ever thought possible in his wildei i
dreams. It would even seem that Beth Ahabah wa
waiting for their spiritual leader to pass off th
scene. Immediately its membership began to swet
The exclusive Temple has now expanded to betta
than 600 members.
But fresh winds are blowing the muck and mi!
of Richmond's Jewish social exclusiveness. The sori .
and grandsons of the East Europeans have emerge
economically and spiritually. Rejecting extrem
Orthodoxy as well as extreme Reform, they hav .,
erected the modern Conservative Synagogue of Beth
El. They have broken the tight aristocratic hold i
the Community Council. Militant Zionism and pub
licity attending the collections of large sums it
Israel have not brought Gentile resentment as feare
by the hide bound and well born.
Beach Center Club
Plans Camp Project
Carrying out their program of
activities for the expansion of the
educational and cultural facilities
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, the Men's Club of the center
announces the sponsorship of
three scholarships for a summer
Camp Leaders Training Course.
The three qualified youngsters
who will be selected will be sent
to Camp Tel Yehuda in New
Hampshire. This camp aims to
provide these outstanding young
people with the opportunity to
grow and develop so that they
ran .serve as the stimulating
within the local com-
munity.
Dr. Wilbur Wishner was ap-
pointed chairman of the camp
project committee by Julius Jay
Perlmutter, president of the Men's
Club.
The camp project committee
will also include Sol Goldman
and Hymen Lake with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman and Julius Jay
Perlmutter as ex-officio mem-
bers. Applications may be ob-
tained at the center office, 1701
Washington Ave.
This announcement was made
at the final meeting of the current
season held last Wednesday eve-
ning, at which time the Men's
Club officers assisted by Rabbi
Lehrman, spiritual leader of the
center, laid the ground work for
an intensive fall and winter pro-
gram designed to be of commun-
itywide interest and appeal.
Harry Brodes Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry
Brodes will take place on Sunday
at 10 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Mr. Brodes is survived by
his wife, Sonia; son, Joseph; and
daughter, Mrs. Ann Abrams.
Shown holding puppets made by the pupils of the Coral Gables
Jewiih Center Religious School are Frances Wellin and Sharon
Klinn. A show entitled "Jewish Festivals on Puppet Parade was
presented at the school's closing mwciim May 28. The project
was under the direction of Mrs. Morris A. Skop and Mrs. George
Horn.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 9.
1950
EDITORIAL
'.Emigration Front Mraq
Lest week brought the heartening news cf the
| arrival of the first two planeloads of Iraqi Jews
ptc be flown from Baghdad to Israel. Behind this
"".rescue operation, which may well become the
[largest single mass evacuation of the year, is the
story of weeks of planning on the Dart of the
\iJoint Distribution Committee which is financing
..the movement, and the Israeli government and
( the Jewish Agency which must receive the
immigrant?.
It will be recalled that the government of Iraq
recently decreed that the Jews of that country
some 150,000 in allcould depart for Israel. But
this emigration is surrounded by conditions. An
announcement made last February stated that
Jews could leave for one year. Thus speed be-
I came imperative if they are to be rescued before
escape is cut eff, perhaps forever.
Meanwhile a further condition has been intro-
duced: Jews must leave behind all their
possessions, taking with them only 60 pounds of
personal baggage. Nevertheless some 46,000 have
already registered for emigrationproof of how
great are the pressures to leave their native land
cndrebuild their lives in Israel.
Another demonstration cf the urgency of this
emigration can be found in the fact that in recent
months some 8,000 Iraqi Jews who had crossed
the* border into Iran, risking death if caught have
been flown by JDC from Teheran to Lydda, in an
hitherto undisclosed operation.
But while we are heartened by the knowledge
that the Iraqi exodus is now going forward, we
must point out that the very size of this new
Dperation holds a warning and a challenge for
he American Jewish community. Conservative
ssrimates place the number of Jews who must be
evacuated from Iraq this year at 50,000; some
lQ.000 will probably be moved before the evacua-
:on is ended.
At the same time JDC has repeatedly em-
;haized that there are some 70.000 "now cr
lever" emigrants :n other overseas areas who
*10MEY
"Come, Let Us Use It For Peace Instead"
must be brought to Israel this year or run the risk
of remaining where they areperhaps forever.
So unless the American Jewish community,
through the United Jewish Appeal, provides the
funds for transportation and integration of all who
must go, thousands in Eastern Europe, North
Africa and the Near East will be doomed to
disaster. Campaign results this year will decide
the fate of large numbers of Jewish men, women
and children who are now facing their last
chance.
Shades Of Stmivher
If we didn't know that the masters of ft.
Chicago Tribune are themselves quite ad-' -8
the kind of journalism Julius Streichc-r p=d-"^
in Germany, we would be tempted to say that*!?
recent anti-Semitic outburst on the front pao i
that yellow sheet had been taken verbatim L
"Der Stuermer." n B"m
The Colonel who plans the Tribune straw,
will of course make a pious face, claiminq V
clways see red when one of their own is attacked
And he will stand ready to swear by the san-'"-
his very conduct profanes that he had no intention
of wider implications when he permitted pub-
lication of the falsehocd that three of America's
leading Jews, Frankfurter, Lehman and Moreen-
thau, virtually constitute a secret government
within the United States, with the Judge reaching
into the White House, the Senator into Well
Street and the former Treasury head into the
State Department. The device is too transparent
The trick of coupling communism with capitalism
into one smear bomb and imputing at the same
time both communism and Wall Streetism to th
same person derives from a mind that is now
happily gone. This business about Jews pulling
secret wires to the seat of government shows the
influence of the debunked Protocols of the Dders
of Zion. even though the author of that bit o!
villainy claims to have gotten his information
from a person with the highest State Department
connections.
This is not the first time than en American
newspaper has disgraced itself. Some years aco a
columnist for the New York Daily News attemcted
a bit of Jew-smearing. When the protests against
the calumny began expressing themselves in
curtailed circulation and advertisements, the
newspaper and the columnist were quick with
apology. We are sure Chicago's Jews and non-
Jews will make their attitude felt toward the
contemptible conduct of the Tribune.
Flagler^Granada Center Establishes
Camp Prtijeet: Summer Programs
sports. For
Walter
trr Flae"..--Granada Jewish i
:ommr.::y Center will concen- j in* and outdor
rate its effort; this summer on [ information call Mrs.
:->e e:ght v lay camp., Stone at 83-7849"
ponsored by the Jewish Centers J A series of lectures for parents
\?? -. r. i:r.der the Flagler- is also being sponsored by the
Sranda's chairman. Sylvia Freed, center which will be given in
Full day sessions for children conjunction with movies on child
5*f I igh 13 years will be
i&iH They will be supervised by
problems.
For July
a Hobo Ride and
id: workers and trained coun- Dance is being planned for the
ellors. Activities will include ; evening of July 3. under the di-
jaily swimming at Matheson rection of Mrs. AI Altman, chair-
iarr.ock. with transportat: n man of the Women's Activities
arnished, in addition to music. 1 Group. Transportation will be
irts and crafts, dramatics, danc- furnished bv trucks .nd each
member will bring his own "hobo
style" supper. Drinks will be
furnished. For information call
Mrs. Ben Clem at 4-6571 or Mrs.
Al Altman at 48-8375.
A 14 week summer bowling
session is being planned by the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center which will take
place each Tuesday evening at
9 p.m. at the Playdium Alleys.
Trophies were recently awarded j
to the top three bowlers in the
last session. These were presented
to Ray Levine. with a 164.7
average: John Riessinger. 163.5:
and Herman Feldman with a
162.4.
Dr. Marks Installs Masada Officers
Pictured above are: left to right. Gilbert Rappaport, outgoing
president Miami Beach Masada; Dr. Sioney Marks, national
executive director. ZOA; and Dave Goodwin, incoming president.
Pictured from left to right at the presentation of an Israeli painting to the city of Miami last
ITiursday are Mayor William WoHarth. Commissioner W. W. Charles. Pincus Puchkoff Stanley C
Myers. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Commissioner Louie Bandel and Sheldon Lelchuck. The oaintina
T^ibenus." is the work of an Israeli artist. M Malusovsky. of Tel Aviv. *
It was presented to the city by the following residents: M. Gismet. Louis Heiman J Z
Stadlan, Leo Wolf, the Ciment Brothers. G. L. Gabin. Commissioner Bandel. Sheldon Lelchuck'
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Pincus Puchkoff.
, "Tiberjua" was selected from a group of Israeli paintings which were brought to Florida bv
B. A. Barltai. of Jerusalem, who was givan tha key to the city by Mayor Wolf art h following the
resenlation ceremonies.
Masada Miami Beach Young
Zionist District recently held
formal installation of officers at
the Marseilles Hotel, Miami
Beach. Dr. Sidney Marks, national
executive director of the Zionist
Organization of America, deliv-
, ered the principal address of the
evening.
Outgoing President Gilbert
| Rappaport installed the following
officers: David Goodwin, presi-
dent; Abe Schafer. first vice
\ president: Stanley Spieler, second
vice president; Monte Popover,
treasurer; Art Hirschbein, fi-
nancial secretary; Doris Aronson.
j recording secretary; and Bertha
Brucker. corresponding secretary.
Beth II Dinner
For Father's Day
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth El will hold a Father's Day
dinner in the Dora August
Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th
Ave., on Sunday, June 25 at 6
P.m. ,
Mrs. Sydney Palmer, general
chairman, urges early reserva-
tions which may be made by
calling her at 82-4902 or phoning
Mrs. Max Rappaport at 83-1941.
Assisting at the dinner will be
Mrs. Morris Pepper and Mrs. Abe
Pepper. Mrs. Pearl Gottesman
will cater the atfair.
1 Serying as master of ceremonies
'for the banquet was Leonard
Schwartz.
j Prominent guests at the in-
stallation were: Ben Winnie*.
i Southeastern regional executive
i director. ZOA; I. R. Goodman
regional vice president. ZOA. oi
Miami Beach; and Daniel Bro-d.
immediate past president, Miami
Beach Zionist District.
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PAGE FIVE
Florida JWV's
Elect Hoff helmes
Speeding Hy M. Morris, of
- William Hoffhelmes, of
, vood, was elected state com-
of the Jewish War Vet-
, t the convention held at
R ,bert Clay Hotel. Louis!
pi of Miami, was named.
vice commander: William
Tampa, junior vice com-
r; and Abe Adler. St i
p sburg, trustee. Morns was
, ; Judge advocate.
nett Roth, Miami Beach
;., was toastmaster at
mquet at which State At-
General Richard Ervin
rmc p l speaker. Officers
/' .. n, -. year were installed
at' the banquet by Hyland H. |
: Miami Beach, national
v immander for the Fourth
R( n.
lutions passed included a
for a re-examination of
te department's policy in
q( ny, which "is leading to a
nee of Nazism:" also that
y. ins Administration be given
ent funds" to prevent cut-
til ick on hospitalization bene-
fits I i x-servicemen.
tificates of merit for service
to veterans went to Jack Bell.
M Herald: George B. Storer,
Fl rida Sun: and Carlton Mon-
tayne, Daily News.
C -chairmen of convention ar-
ncnts were O'obie Rosen-
Miami, and William Hoff-
-.
Sylvia SHovan
Receives Degree
Sinai Hospital Auxiliary Award Pins;
Seek Recruits For Wheel And Tray Corps
, Boughton. David Bass. Joseph
IDuntov, William Fair. Emil Is-;
berg. Sanford Kramer. Harry,
Hacker. William Bernstein, Max-
well Hvman. Herbert Schwaczr
* and Harold* Spaet and the Mils*
Volunteers with outstanding records cf service to the Mount Elsie Schwabe and Phyll i Kohn.
Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary were qiven special honor
pins at the executive board meeting of the organization on j
Wedr.ssday, June 7. Each of the 24 volunteers honored has]
served more then 200 hours.
MIAMI BEACH
sit Water Po.
volunteers is
contin
in the h
ind v ed to
T le W nd Tray Corj
rlv in n
ki Requiring no
trainin n nclud pn v
whi el with th
portunitj of time i ut-
. Mrs Jos ph Lipt n
charge of Wheel .
Mrs.
is acl
volunteer lei vices.
v
: of the mi die il
:.. Man
Sylvia Selet;
Sylvia Selevan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Selevan. 1072
Jefferson Ave.. will graduati
Monday with a Batchelor of Arts
degree in Chemistry from the
University of Miami.
Miss Selevan was vice president
and treasurer of Phi Sigma Sigma
sorority and Pan Hellenic repre-
sentative. She also worked on
IBIS, school yearbook, and was
a member of Hillel.
Miss Selevan intends to teach
in local high schools.
Gissin
Sol Epsteins Leaye To Attend
Son's Graduation And Wedding
Mr and Mrs. Sol J. Epstein,, Surgery: on Sunday thev will
.ughter Barbara, of 429 S.W. witness his marriage to Rosalie
19th Road, will leave Miami this | Kaplan, daughter of Mrs Laura
week to attend a double celebra- I Kaplan, of Baltimore, and niece
in Baltimore, Md. On Satur-: of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richter, of
day morning their son, Dr. \ Miami.
1 nd Epstein, graduates from
University of Maryland re-
ins degree in Dental
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The wedding will take place in
a Baltimore temple with the bride
attended by the groom's sister,
Barbara. Best man will be an
uncle of the bride. Miss Kaplan
has chosen white organza over
blue for her bridal gown: maid-
of honor Barbara will be attirect
in grey chantilly lace worn with
Miss Narzissenfeld
Engaged To Mr.
Mr. and Mrs Isa ic Brill, 520
N.W. 7th St., have announced the|
engagement of their daughter,
Ruth Narzissenfeld. to
Armand Gissin, sun of Mr. and
Mrs. Garson Gissin. Rochester,
N. Y.
The bride-to-be Is a graduate
i Miami High School, where she
was valedictorian of her class
and a member of the National
Honor Society. Miss Narzissen-
feld is a major in elementary
education and sociology at the
University of Miami.
The prospective bridegroom
attended schools in Rochester. He
, served with the Marine Corps in
China during the war and is now
associated with Gissin Electric
Company.
K. Of I*. Same
I New Officers
Roosevelt Lodge No. 177,
' Knights of Pythias, held their
i semi-annual election of officers
1 Monday, June 5.
Elected to serve were: chancel-
lor commander, N. Miller; vice
chancellor, A. Chaykin; master
of works, M. Kastoff: prelate, M.
Rudes: master at arms, J. Block:
inner guard. B. Englander; outer
guard, M. Friedberg; custodian,
C. Cherry; trustee. A. J. Brown:
and deputy. A. Robinson.
Honor awards will be issued
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Mrs, Morton Raff, Mrs Louis
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fJmisfi fhridlan
FRIDAY.
W 9, 195
first Jewish Cong.
Installs Officers
3n 2nd Anniversary
The First .1 i ih Congregal
Kf Coral Gables will n ul-
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round foi
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Highlight of confirmation exercises at Temple Beth Sholom on
Shavuos eve was the kindling of a new Eternal Light presented
to the temple by the confirmation clas,s. Pictured at the exercises
are (standing. 1. to r.> Shepard Broad, president; Rabbi Leon
Kronish. spiritual leader; Mrs. Alcxadcr Robbins, sisterhood
president; J. Frederick Malakoff, Dalton Aaron Becker, David
Carl Hillman, Marilyn Joy Krensky, Sandra Arden EU Konnuu
Elizabeth Simkowitz. Rose Monnett Ruddy. Ellis'e Gertrude Kosch
Roberta Keit. Donna Louise Simon. Barbara Joyce Weiss.
dancer Forum On
iholem Program
..din? physicians will
nt -i forum discussion on the
: cane< r, its detection,
ntion and treatment at the
igular meeting of Sholem L
"nai B'rith, Tuesday. 8:30 p.m..
me 13 at the Beth El Congrega-
on. 400 S.W. 17th Ave.
: Drs. Morton M. Halpern, Lawr-
v ice Adler and William Wickman
ill discuss the disease following
ic showing of a color movie on
'.e recognition and treatment of
ncer.
! David Stuzin, program chair-
an of Sholem Lodge, states that
.e forum marks the effort on
J e part of B'nai B'rith to bring
|tal current subjects to the at-
ntion of their membership. A
.i tlon ; id will follow the
inel discu I which Sidney
.-I n ivitz --.'-: 11 pri side. The pub-
there is no
Flagler-Granada Women
Plan Summer Activities
The Women's Activities Com- '
mittee of the Flagler-Grani
Jewish Community Center met
Friday at the home of the
chairman, Mrs. Ben Clein. to dis-
cuss plans for the summer.
A donor-card party and mid- |
night supper will be given on
Saturday evening, June 10, at
8:30. at the home of Mrs. Morris
Marks, 4495 S.W. 2nd St., to which
all members are invited. Reserva-
tions may be made by calling
either Mrs. Marks or Mrs. Clein.
The home of Mrs. Walter Stone.
100 S.W. 47th Ave., will be the I
gathering place for the Women's '
Activities Committee on Tuesday.
June 20. wmen a covered dish
luncheon will be held. Members
and friends are invited to bring
their children to the informal j
affair on that date.
^^________________ i
Rosenthal Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abe
Rosenthal. formerly of 518 S.W.
21st Ave. will be held at the
Woodlawn Cemetery on Sunday.
June 11. at 1 o'clock. Rabbi Max I
Shapiro will officiate. Friends and !
relatives are asked to attend.,
Palmer"s Miami Monument Co.'
is in charge of arrangements.
Free Loan Ass'n. Holds
First Social Of Summer
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Ass'n. will hold its
first card party on Sunday eve-
ning, 7:30 p.m., June 18, at the
Miami Hebrew School and Junior
Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th
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Shargaa Unveiling
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29. 1949, will take place Sunday
at 12 noon at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
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his wife Mrs. Ida Shargaa. three
sons, Irwin, Ben and Sam; a
daughter. Mrs. Sarah Bromstein,
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FRIDAY. JUNE 9. 1950
* Jewish ftoridfor
PAGE SEVEN
it
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Kadimah Sponsors
Summer Dance
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WASHINGTON TALKS:
High
COMMUNAL CURRENTS:
acl.es" Although few Jews,
even in Israel, will agree with
the "miracle theory" of the
; Britannica Book, they will read
with interest the views expressed ,
there The writer finds that in! Women, is holding a summer
the Western hemisphere dissatis- dance at the Sorrento Hotel, on
faction prevailed during the year June 17 at 8:30. Co-chairmen of
| in Jewish circles with the secular | lhe affair arc Mrs Michael Fied-
<(mcept of life He asserts that
Kovernment quarters in Jewish federations and welfare with the establishment of the lcr and Mrs" H>'lnun Sootin.
inBton are pleased with the "" throughout the country are Jewish state, many national- Music will be by Mai Malkin
i i the American Zionist >bhzing all their forces to make minded Jews sought a new and his orchestra and subscrip-
.nhMthMil spnng campaigns of this orientation and a firmer raison, Uon wi be $100. Tickcts may
'rom members or
in iIs of the dance
for the State of
fact
The parley was to request
the U S. government permit Is-
,ael to buv arms in this country
in o.der to offset the shipping of
ms by Britain to the Arab states
The joint American-British-
French declaration on the arms
issue made the conference un-
necessary for the time being .
However, the State Department
still declines to make known the
extent or nature of arms ship-
ments that can be expected from
this country either to Israel or to
the r\rab countries Officials
gay that security requirements of
he various states make it im-
pose hie for the U. S. to disclose
mparative ratio of the arms
fl0W to Middle Eastern countries
Al the same time, government
- claim that Israel has re-
i more American munitions
than all the Arab states combined
They admit, however, that
the total equipment released for
gale to either party has been
... i Of course, it is no
longer that the Arab
don't depend on amis
: i this country, since they are
11 supplied with heavy
from Britain But
Washington official
ll although Israel is Un-
obtain such equipment
United States, the Jew-
isl tat has been permitted to
i in this country "other"'
of American manufac-
i which the Arabs do not
i A top level policy
I in Washington believes
"Big Three" declaration
ms to Israel and the Arab
'.ill have no bearing on
te Department's considera-
tion nl any particular arms list
submitted by Israel The
previous criteria, he says, will
prevail in the granting of export
licenses for arms and munitions
to countries in the Middle East.
termined to overcome such diffi-
culties as backlogs of uncollected
pledges and other obstacles .
gion acquired greater significance
in their eyes, he asserts New l
synagogues were built throughout! conventions of the year
the United States ... The Union major aspects of Jewish
. All
com-
They consider the 1950 campaign *">. ~...^..
of Jewish "f American Hebrew Congrega- munal life, except those dealing
a test of the maturity
community organization, and
many of them will bring good
reports to the national conference
of the United Jewish Appeal
which opens in Chicago on June
10 The larger cities, especially.
are showing how funds can be
raised despite obstacles Los I
Angeles raised, by the end of
May, about 84.500,000 as com-
pared with $3,870,000 a year ago
. And the drive in Los Angeles
is continuing Detroit raised
more than $3,600,000 by May 29
and its campaign goes on .
Kansas City raised $1,220,000 last
year Ijut this year it already
has $1,150,000 and the drive is
not yet concluded Phi:
phia has raised more than $4,000.-
000 Baltimore is nearin
$3,000,000 mark, while Washing-
ton r< $1,550,000 on the
first of this monthmore than
the sum conti ibuted last yeai .
Similar result reporti d from
San Francisco, Pil At-
lanta. Milwaukee. Cincinnati .
Si. Paul and Minneapolis are
ahead of pl< d n the seme
sources a year ago ... To
tions, he states, added about
Reform temples to its list .
And the United Synagogue
50
of
with political issues, will be
analyzed by experts And it
can be predicted that Charles
America~pointed~to~a "like" growth i Zunser of New York will be
in the number of Conservative elected president of the organiza-
tion for the coming year The
Council of Jewish Federations and
11 Hebrew Students At
Cardiac Home Honored
Special awards for excellatt
m studies were presented t>;'
Hebrew students at the Nation
Children's Cardiac Home 1.
by Louis Schwartzrn
executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education whii h su
vises Hebrew instruction at the
home. Mrs. Cora !'. ii dman is
teacher.
The course of study in. :
the reading and writing of He-
brew, history, customs and cere-
monies and current J .1
problems.
Students who received awards
were Roxanne Lissek. Zelda
Barocas, Helene Bloom, Bella
Horowitz. Mildred Kolman. Mar-
lene Eisenberg. Marvin Freehoff,
Leonard Lernian. Martin Lands*
dorf, Joseph Ostraw and Robert
Ruthen.
synagogues Progress of the
Orthodox Jewish groups was even
greater Jewish theological
seminaries of all shades reported
that never had there been as great
a demand for rabbis and religious
teachers as in 1949 Mindful
of the increasing role of religion
in the life of U. S. Jewry, the
local Jewish welfare funds were
beginning to allocate greater sums
for religious schools and other
religious activities, the writer om-
phasizes One of the major
Welfare Funds will be the media-
tor between Jewish communities
and the Joint Defense Appeal
where the two parties find it
difficult to resolve differences
through direct negotiations .
The Joint Defense Appeal has
been asked to inform the CJFWF
before breaking off relations with
any community organization .
Jacob Billikopf draws my atten-
tion to the fact that the National
pilUOUA v/iii (i till. inujoi -- I T A
achievements in Jewish education Christian Committee of the LJA
in 11)41) was the provision of im- *S not the first Christian group
proved facilities to enable chil- America to raise funds toi
dren in rural districts I Jewish relief purposes H<
ntral point where they c .ul m-Jewish commit--
nni Bool War Reliel in 1917-18, when he
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the communities in setting up and the Jewish cei
strengthening their campaign educational institutionsrun in
structures and operations The the thousands The prol
national headquarters of the which these prof) isionals
United Jewish Appeal is also dis-
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REPORT ON JUDAISM:
The 1950 Britannica Book, pub-
lished by the Encyclopedia
Britannica, has now made its ap-
pearance And it contains
many interesting facts on Israel
and Judaism ... It claims, among
other things, that there is now a
resurgence of religious feeling
and interest among Jews in West
European countries ... To a
larger extent in Belgium, Holland
and France, and to a lesser degree
in Italy Not a few Jews in
Europe who deemed themselves
outside the fold because of their
marriages to Christians are now
attracted to the synagogue .
The review of Judaism says that
the establishment of Israel "dis-
posed even agnostic Jews to be-
lieve in the possibility of mir-
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about a week and will be one
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*Je*tsl>flori(fiar>
FRIDAY. JUNE 9.
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Glazer. formerly of 1451 S.W. 5th St-
are now residing at 1560 West Ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin S. Cohen left Miami Thursday, June
8th, and will sail for London, England, on the "Queen Mary,"
to visit Mrs. Cohen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis. Marvin
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen, of Miami. Before re-
turning to Florida the couple hope to visit Paris, Rome, and
many other points in Europe. They will return in three or four
months on the "Queen Elizabeth."
* *
Following his return home from Washington, D. C, where
he attended a Safety Patrol Convention as a delegate from
Central Beach Elementary School. Harvey Thalblum. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thalblum, 835 Jefferson Ave., will leave
this week by plane for New York and Montreal, Canada, where
he will visit his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Shusterman. The trip is a birthday gift to Harvey from his
parents on his eleventh birthday.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shulman are now at their new
address, 1060 S.W. 36th Ct. They formerly resided at 528
Lincoln Road.
Barbara Oscbow To Wed Stanley Zalis
At Home Ceremony Sunday Afternoon
Tha:.a Yaffee
Miss Thalia Yaffey
Engaged To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yaffey of
2074 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach,
formerly of Norfolk, Va. and
Washington, D. C. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Thalia Arlene, to Dr. Philip Ben-
jamin Stern, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Stern of 639 West Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Miss Yaffey attended the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, and re-
ceived her B.A. degree from the
University of Miami; also a teach-
ing certificate in music.
Dr. Stern attended the Wash-
ington Square College New York
University, University of Ro-
chester and the College of
Dentistry New York University.
The couple plan to be married
in July.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis, 1668
I S.W. 14th Terr., extend an invita-
j tion to all their friends to be
present at the wedding cere-
monies of their son Stanley to
Barbara Osebow, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sr.muel Osebow, of [
Boston. The wedding will take
place at the Zalis residence on
Sunday, June 11, at 5 p.m. Rabbi
' Murray Grauer will officiate.
The bride will be given in
marriage by her parents; best
man for the groom will be his
brother Charles. Following a
I buffet supper and open house the
. couple will leave on a tbur of
Florida.
Out-of-town guests include Al
i and Leon Zalis, of Baltimore,
uncles, Marvin Zalis, brother of
I the groom, who will leave his
studies at Yeshiva University,
New York City, to attend the
wedding, the grandmother, uncle
and two nephews of the bride,
in addition to her parents, will
come here from Boston.
Stanley, who graduated from
! Miami High School, attended the
I Peninsular Institute of Account-
| ancy, and is now connected with
the "G. I. Joe" Department Store.
He served in the navy three
years. Barbara attended northern
schools and received her degree
in accountancy.
On Saturday morning the
parents will be hosts at Aufrufen
Schonman-Covitch
Announcement has been made
of the May 22 wedding of Mrs.
Bella Schonman to Ben Covitch
at the residence of the bride. 1005
I S.W. 19th Ave. Rabbi Simon April
officiated at the ceremonies which
were witnessed by the immediate
families.
ceremonies at Coniiivpaii,.. *,
El. Kiddush will ffim H
Sterling Bar Mitzvah
Gerry Taran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taran, 6520
Allison Isle. Miami Beach (extreme right) is honored on her 16lh
birthday at a party in the Tropical room of the Saxony Hotel. In
picture left to right are Barry Taran. Mrs. Taran. Gerry's escort.
Howie Klubcck, and Miss Taran.
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A regular meeting of the Great-
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Consumptives Relief Society, will
meet on Monday at 8:30 in the
Sorrento Hotel.
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Roseita May Kline
Kline Rinz
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline, of
811 N.W. 13th St.. have announced
the betrothal of their daughter
Rosetta May. to Wallace Jack
Rinz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
J. Rinz, of 593") N.E. 6th Ct.,
Miami.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High School, Miss Kline received
her Bachelor of Science degree
from the University of Michigan.
Mr. Rinz attended schools in
Michigan and is a graduate of tie
College of Pharmacy of the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
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Robert Sterling
Robert Alan Sterling, son of
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Bernard Sterling,
2377 S.W. 25th Ave., will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, June
10. at 9 a.m. at Beth David.
Rabbi Max Shapiro ar.d Cantor
Maurice Mamches will officiate.
A reception will follow at the
synagogue to which all friends
aie invited.
Robert Alan is an eighth grade
student at Shenandoah Jr. High
School. His father is president of
Beth David Congregation.
Hialeah-Springs Center
Holds Regular Meeting
The Hialeah-Miami Sprines
| Jewish Community Center will
hold a regular meeting on Wed-
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! Hialeah City Hall.
! Plans are now being formu-
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day, June 25, at Greynolds Park.
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5AY, JUNE 9' 195
,s M()ss Tells
Engagement
binner Party
**//fkrict/nn
personally Speaking...
aiie^^/tTsf' drUqh,6r l ^ and MfS' David A- frank..
-Lr.2: /th *" retued from the Horiaa bta* hmv.v
lorida State University
year. Miss
Toby Leonard Engaged
To Leonard Friedland
PAGE NINE
HENRY COVE
__J__;
Miss Molly Low Moss
e betrothal of Molly Lou
; to Alan M. Venzer was an-
Lced at a recent dinper party
he home of her parents, Mr.
(Mrs. A A. Moss, 6770 Indian
Ik Drive.
[Wav. Miss Moss, a graduate
Jiami Beach High School, at-
jed Highland Manor Junior
Jge. West Long Branch, N. J.
[groom-to-be attended Penn-
Bnia State University after
luatine from Augusta Mili-
Academy.
jie couple are planning a July
ding.
Izoff-Kusscol
Ihrothal Told
pnounccment has been made
Lg engagement and approach-
marriage of Miss Elaine
loff. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
|er Katzoff, of Chicago, and
(Russcol. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Pinnick. 2748 S.W. 14th St.
Katzoff is the niece of Mr.
Mrs Michael B. Makler,
kny Hotel.
(July 3 wedding is planned
held in Chicago.
TraTtsTr** Wneie,she ^pieted her Ixeshman
frank is majoring m languages.
* *
hni1!J!Ilnna"d *S- J?ck S!one oi 1884 S.W. 10th St.. wUl hold open
uV2Unday'June 18 fc two to ve in celebration of tLr
SlndTni g niTrSarY- ? invitatin will be sent. All their
friends are cordially invited to attend
* *
Following his graduation from Harvard College cum laude
Alfred Aronovitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S W
21st Ave.. has returned to spend the summer with his family.
He will enter Harvard Law School in the fall. Another son,
Louis, Jewish Floridian news editor, left for New York last
Friday on vacation.
* *
Joseph M. Schlesinger. 707 N.E. 1st Ave.. will fly to New
York on June 18 to attend the wedding of his daughter Beverly'
to Harry Louis Laufer. The wedding will take place at Congreqa-
tion Lichron Ephraim in New York City.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Wax have joined the many Chica-
goans who are making Miami their home. Their residence is
located at 4736 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, where they will
remain until their new home on 86th St. is completed. On June
7 the couple celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at the
. Venzer is the son of Mr.! Sherry Frontenac. Among those present were their daughter
ilrs. Harry Venzer, 845 Vene- Carol Janice, another daughter, Mrs. L. Freidman, and their son
Gregg. Another daughter, Mrs. M. Brown, resides in Chicaqo
*
Dr. L. Frederick Goldberg is now in New York where he is
attending a post-graduate course in periodontia at Columbia
University. He will return to Miami on June 19.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Hirsch, of Miami, are spending an extended vacation at Dun-
craggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rivkind announce the birth of a
daughter, Teri, on Thursday, June 1, at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs.
Rivkind is the former Hope Tanenbaum, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Tanenbaum, of Miami. The paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rivkind, of the Raleigh Hotel.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Larrv Farnham are accepting congratulations
or the birth of a dauahter, Debra Lyn.n on Sunday, June 4, at
Edgewater Hospital. Mr. Farnham is associated with The Jewish
Floridian printing department.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Stitsky have moved inlo their new
home at 1850 Coral Gate Drive. Mr. Stitsky is connected with
Mt. Nebo Cemetery Association; Mrs. Stitsky is the former
Naomi Machtei.
* *
After spending a month in Israel where they celebrated
their silver anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Flax have arrived
in Miami from New York to be with Mrs. Flax's father, Kolman
Luria, 4575 Post Ave., Miami Beach, on his seventy-fifth
birthday.
* + +
Friends of Martha and Sam Miller are happy to learn of j
the expected return to Miami this winter of the couple who
are now living in Tucson, Arizona.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Turoff, 526 15th St., celebrated their I
I 25th anniversary on June 6. The couple have two daughters, |
I Mrs. Eli Wrona, of Brooklyn, ancT Barbara. Mr. Turoff is con-
' nected with the Ambassador Cafeteria on Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin, 800 Lake View Drive, Miami
i Beach, left this week for New Haven. Conn., to attend the
I qraduation of their son, William, from Yale University.
r *
Richard G. Hirsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hirsch. 6881
Bay Drive, Miami Beach, is en route to Florida following a year's
t~y in Isra> On his return trip he will travel through Europe,
arriving on the Queen Elizabeth about June 15. Richard is a
student at Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Another
son Jay, graduated this month from the University of Cincinnati.
Jay has been tapped by Phi Beta Kappa and will enter the
.33 medical college of the Universitv of Cincinnati in the fall.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Zall, of 480 S Pine Ave South
Amboy. N. J., announce the birth cf a daughter. Sara Barbara
on May 22. Mrs. Zall is the former Anne Glazier, dauahter of
Mr an-! Mrs. Sam Glastar. 135 S W. 7th St. Mta Glazier was
I formerly associated with the B'nai B'rith Council.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. George J. Gerson. 6867 Granada^Blvd., are
Miami after a stay in Nassau

;
I i
1ai^
Miss Toby Leonard
Announcement has been made
by Mrs. Anne Levantine and Jack
Leonard. Miami Beach, of the
engagement of their daughter,! perfection by FARR TOURS that
Co-owner of the Vogue Laundry,
says: "My recent trip through the
West Indies was arranged to su<-h
1
Miss Toby Leonard ,to Leonard
Friedland, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam FriedJand, Miami Beach.
Miss Leonard, a senior at the
University of Miami, is pledge
mother of Delta Phi Epsilson
Sorority. Mr. Friedland, who
served three years with the army
in the European theater, attended
Lear School.
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Crippled Children
Day Camp Opens
Sessions July 10
The Dadc County Society for
Crippled Children will open their
second annual summer day camp
for crippled and cerebral palsied
children on July 10 and continue
until July 22 at the Police Bene-
volent Association Park. 2300
N.W. 14th St.
Camp will be held daily from
9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. The
week of Julv 10 will be devote,1
to children from 3-12 years and
the week of July 17. for children
12 years and up. Transportation
will be provided if necessary.
Activities will include crafts,
music, supervised play and games
and a picnic lunch will be served.
Mrs. C. H. Recder. president of
the Dade County Society for
Crippled Children stated that all
crippled children in Dade County
were invited to attend camp and
applications may be sent to the
new office at 159 N.E. 51st St. A
number of women's organizations
will act as volunteers to help
staff the personnel.
Mrs. KzcUo B. Kerrigan will be
camp director and Miss Jack
Wentz will tench crafts. Parents
asked to register their chil-
dri n as s n | ssible plans
n be i emulated for the num-
| be sen ed N
be made :
ns] tat n. as this
I ivered by tin
East* s
Graduates From Miami Wnmen'S Chapter StailS Iff HollyWOO(l
Beach High School
Helen Kluback. daughter of
Mrs. Sylvia Kluback. Miami
beach graduated from Miami
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ni v.-. -".'". discussing the JNF
: trees in honor of Fathers
Cay. June 18.
Formation of a Women's B'nai
B'rith Chapter in Hollywood was
announced by Mrs. Albert Moss,
of West Palm Beach, president of
the Women's B'nai B'rith State
Federation in Florida.
Hollywood Jewish Center, at
which time-Mrs. Irving Hoffman i
of that city was installed as the |
first charter president.
The following were installed as '
members of the women's chapter:
president, Mrs. Irving Hoffman:
Mr Moss presided at the charter members, Mesdames; mon
charter presentation ceremonies Charlotte Waxman. Louis Manzer, I
on Wednesday evening, at the Dons Buckhantz. Max Bohrer,
Robert Kopelman, Mv
Mildred Lehrman S l
to". Harry Krai**?'
Minnie Binstock, Bo^J
Betty Lipsitz. Es;he^
Sadie Arnoff, Mae *
Hertz, Harry Joslin,^"
Jonas Schachter, Phil n
David Fensterhein '&
mons Michael RaP7*I
Spector. Wolf,. K$tm
Bergman and Harry (jgj
Duncraggan Adds Many
Improvements To Resort
Many residents of this area are
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at thi Duncraggan Inn. Hender-
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th( son in June 1. Numerous
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Beach High School on Thursday.
Juni 8.
A cocktail party marking this
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:: m of the h >t< I.
ests \ e Mrs.
. Mr. and Mrs.
K S nford Kern,
K-. rn, M i Mrs.
Mr. and Mi s.
.; n V Mar-
Sobels m, Viet i
Georg< Fain, Mrs. Billy
tt Sally Renard. Mrs. Kate
Mr, and Mrs. Paul Pollak,
Mr. nd Mrs. Aaron Coursl
Dr. and Mrs. Judd Bri a
nd Mrs. Ben Kaye, Mr. and
Mrs. Al Goldman, Mr. and Mr.-.
G -mez. Mr. and Mrs. San-
lord Schneider. Murray Mooney.
Harold Klubeck. Gloria Goodman.
Thea Blau. Iris Sprafkin. Mr. and
Mrs. Val Sokoloff. Bob Loeb. Tim
Hoffman. Marilyn Wohl. Mrs.
Lewis Karzweil. Gwen Wagner.
Gary Lee Ross. Joan Osl.
Bos Kahn. Buddy Hart and
Thelma Saphire.
Beach JWV Meets
A meeting ol the Jewish War
V'ete ..ns Auxiliary of Miami
Beach. Post 330. was held June
15 p.m. at the Miami Beach
V. 1536 Bay Road. Plans for
. at the Vet* rans Ad-
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H.MINOI1
L Honors
Icarcl Ranson. daughter of
Inrf Mrs. Marius Ranson of
I ile, was graduated
her class from the Pine
[, iol of Fort Laud-
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valedictorian, Was
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I nted the Re i
| ml the Pine Crest
I >'r|-
Orange, N. J..
I penl the first 16
in the Oranges, |
i Iher, Dr. Ranson. i
|.'.. spiritual leader of I
I Tefilo. She at- |
Columbia High School in j
\ or the past two
\ an active member I
S B'rith Youth Or- '
I : [ollywood. She was ,
J; unior class and
I, if the student body
I year.
l>- i to matriculate in a !
this fall.
Gordon Bar Mitzvah
Howard Edwin, son of Com-
mander and Mrs. Ellis S. Gordon
' 01 M-7- L4th St- wil1 boine
, Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. June
I 11, at 9 a.m., at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation
I 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Howard!";
'student at Shenandoah Jr. Mi
School whore he is pre lenl i i
his home-room class, recently
; won an award tor first place in
the seventh grade spe ch i
Following the ceremon
morning Riddush will be held to
: which friends and relative
invited.
1 Open house will honor the Bar
, Mitzvah at'his home on Sunday
; from three to six.
^J^is^fhridiain
Third Twm For
Mrs. M. Sirkin
Mrs. Milton Sirkin was elected
to serve a third term as president
W !ihe G't'at,'r M'ami Chapter of
Hadassah at a meeting held on
PAGE ELEVEN
Masada House Party
Miami Masada will hold a house
party this Saturday. 8:30 p m al
the home of Dora Krendel, 271)1
S.W. 34th Ct. Newly elected of-
ficers will be install,id. Dancing,
refreshments and enUi tainment
will be featured. Members and
non-members have been invited.
Bhe Honorary Degree of
|of Laws for "outstanding
1 the field of race relations
nan understanding" from
J-Cookman College, Day-
each, at commencement
k Monday.
Counselbaum is well-
pere, having served at one
e staff of the Florida
Anti-Defamation League
received her education at
lalozzi-Frobel Kindergar-
lege and the University of
I Prior to her professional
\ce she founded the
Kahn Club for Spastic
and served as its first
\t. She was one of the
of the Illinois Associa-
Ithe Crippled and was the
tson given a citation for
>y that group.
Executive R pee From Florida IWgro i College
lA. B. Counselbaum, as-1 Prior to her work with th<
: nal director, special i Anti-Defamation League. Mrs
I .. Counselbaum was program di-
(, I Anti-Defama- rector for the Midwest area ol
B'rith, re- the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews for eight years
and was the first staff member,
as well as the first Jewish woman
in the United States, to receive
a citation from that organization.
In the summer of 1947, Mrs.
Counselbaum attended the first
Workshop on Anti-Semitism
called by the International Coun-
cil of Christians and Jews, held
in Switzerland. Her travels also
included England, Scotland and
France. She returned to these
countries again in the summer of
1948 and also visited Italy and
Germany to acquaint herself with
conditions there.
Mrs. Counselbaum serves the
Commission on Human Relations,
the Council Against Racial and
Religious Discrimination, the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews, and the National Coun-
cil of Negro Women, from whom
she received a citation, in the
spring of 1948.
Sorority Alumnae
Install Leaders
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman was re-
cently installed as dean of the
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae
Association, at a ceremony at the
McAllister Hotel.
Others recognized at the rites
Mrs. Sidney E. Lewis, sub-
* "I M s. Jack Levkoff, r<.....!
ing secretary; Lillian G
ponding secretary; M
' a h i ::. I urer, and
A] Rubin, membi r of the board
at largo. Mrs. Harold SI i re-
dean, served as installing
officer.
Guests of honor at the lund
which preceded the ceremony
were the following graduating
seniors of Alpha Eta Chaptei I
the University of Miami: Marilyn
tein. Phyllis Steinbeck, Ellen
Bernstein, Gloria Cohen, G
: Joan B ick. Also
red were Mrs. Sheldon Bl ink
and Mrs. Janet Tennenbaum
Spector, new members of the
Alpha Eta Alumnae Association.
Mrs. Schieff, chairman for the
occasion, welcomed the guests and
introduced Lolly Block, newly-
elected dean of Alpha Eta Chap-
ter, who thanked the alumnae for
their cooperation throughout the
year and gave a resume of the
nts of the chapter.
GOOD NAME
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Father's Day Fete
Beth El Sisterhood is formulat- !
ing plans for a Father's Day |
Dinner to be held Sunday. June,
25. at 6 p.m. in the Dora August I
Memorial Hall of the synagogue,!
according to Mrs. Jack Shapiro,
I1 president.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Sidney Palmer, gen-
eral chairman, at 82-4902. or Mrs.
Max Rappaport, co-chairman, at
83-1941.
"**zr
Mrs. Milton Sirkin
May 31. Elected to serve with her
as chapter officers were: Mes-
dames Fred Jonas. Alexander
Kogan, Leo Levin, H. C. Moser,
Irwin Welnstein and Miss Lillian j
Goodman, vice presidents; Mrs. |
Jasper Crorner, corresponding!
secretary; Mrs. Julius Mufson, I
recording secretary; Mrs. Harry
Platoff, financial secretary; Mrs.
Joseph Shawmut, treasurer.
The Greater Miami Chapter
is composed of eleven groups
in the Greater Miami area,
totaling a membership of 2SO0
members.
The presidents of the various
groups in the chapter are: Mrs.
Morris Alpert, Mrs. Wm. Altholz,
Miss Marguerite Marx, Mrs.
Philip Greenberg, Mrs. Louis
Goldman, Mrs. Bernard Goldberg,
Mrs. Irving Westin, Mrs. Sam
Sackrais, Mrs. Moe Feingold, Mrs.
Melvin Weinkle and Miss Roslyn
Klein.
Installation ceremonies for the
chapter will be held in the early
fall, although informal meetings
will be continued throughout the
summer to plan for the season's
activities, and to set up the many
committees necessary for the
functioning of the entire chapter j
Dr. Rosenthal Elected
Dental Society Officer
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal was
elected secretary-treasurer of the
East Coast District Dental Society
at the convention on June 2 and
3 at the Martinique Hotel. Dr.
William M. Schiff and Dr. Rosen-
thal presented a "table clinic"
during the meetings. The East
Coast District Dental Society in-
cludes the East Coast of Florida
from Key West to Vero Beach
and is a component of the Florida
State Dental Society and the
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I!IAY.IUNE|
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Temple israer (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th SI. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
iath ev BervlcM ;it S:13 p m
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Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
I ll .
;it 7

. ... .. .
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
101 II'
. 9 a in. Religious -
lirench The
irivti-il. Hfbn
Sunday ai
T'Ferein israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
' p.m
,--., >,
that ai '
to attend
Congregation Knese.h Israel
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
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B at at ^ Hatu d*
At ""
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v at i followed i i .~:.-.
Zniii >- and i ~ by
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Northsiae Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
i-., Smitl
:.-.. hi Kridaj
.- Hdav xcl..... '
r ..... I Wn Boros, 556 N.W .
, .: li. .-. Philip Fried : 670
\ ,\ iti, we. on Mondays and
-!., from i to ; in"..
Israelite Center (Conservative!
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
!' i!.i'. night services ai 0: Sal irdaj
i Ing .it :. Daily servli ea si
Congregation i oung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Set> I i laj night at l Sal
: Minolta mtvIom '
Una
to Th n ida;
i In the area an
nvite-1 I
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Kl I
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Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Congrc-ition Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
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P
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1 p 111.
North Shore Jewish Center
! (Conservative;). 7110 Bay Drive.
Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
I : I '
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
ihodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
chcloff.
Pi Ida,' evi n!ng Kervii :.' !"
.... ; .
,-'..'; : lowed
M n ha :il 6.1 followed by Shalos
i: bhl Mew heloff will upeaa
on the Portion the Week Hummel
- ..( ill.- religious school i" gin
June I! II '' ..... Retristra-
tii.n al offlc. each morning at 9.
Hebrew Academy. 918 lh St..
Mi = mi Beach.
p Ida) e\ net vice* al 6 ha; -
urday morning at 9. Mlncha al :! :
Maariv f Upss*. Dallj < ''
>rm. ind Mo p.m. Sunday morning
I servU as at J _
Coial Gabies Jewish Center
' (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Sabbath Beryl al B:4S a m. Sal ir-
(ffomplek and Jbependalte cTiffe Setorke
\AUl TiTL
Obstruct Co.
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temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moths* P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
Ca.. es Frldev evi nlng the rabbi |
,, on "Ti i ra ice Pai I or
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave.. M;mi Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
- service
...,i
I .
... Mr
i '' Ml
[i id Ben
Congregation beth Ttilah (Or-
thodox'. 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovlcv.
... al 6: 13.
: T!" '
the Ac
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lh( Path.
Ml [ "' '
. Hall
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; ". fol- ]
Sundavu 'ueaoay* and
I i J I f-Us-
and Wednea- ,
. h Legends or
ad.
N. W. Religious Congregation. |
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Service! Saturday morning at 9:00:
Miami Hebrew School and Con- |
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. ,
I21h Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
|.vi,i, .... Bel \ Ices al 6:45.
Saturday morning i Bar Mltsvah
,,r How ai d, w i l "ommander ond
Mis Ellis S. Oordon. Clam In Ethics |
of the Fathers al 5:30 followed by
Mlncha, Hh lo* Sudos and Maariv.
Dally service 7:30 a in. and 'i:i"' p.m.
Hebi ew 'hoi I from B a m. to ii""':
Temple betn anoiom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Mjami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Keremer.
Friday evening aervlcea at 8:15.
r ,1,1,, iN- ... .1, || sneak Sabbath
service al 10:43 a.m. Bar Mltsvah of
; Peter Levin.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
i Maurice Mamches.
Friday evening aervlcai at 6:3*V
Services Saturdav morning al '
Bar Mltivah of Robert, >"ii of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard A. Sterling. Services
Saturday at 6 p.m. includine "The
Sabbath Repast with a dlscuaalon ol
Ethics of Our Fathers led by Rabhl
Shapiro. The 'Sabbath Repast" will
i.,. sponsored by Mr and Mi.-. Bernard
\ Sterling In honor of the Bar
, Mltsvah '< Una- son. Robert. Studenl
congregation "ill hold Its services
with the adults, Dally services at ::.1 a.m. and Mlncha and Maariv al S:M
p.m. Registration for summer school
all next week: classes will begin June
19 and ulli be held at l" a.m. daily.
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Resources Excead $27,900,000.00
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Rabbi Honig Ik
Zionist President
Rabbi Jacob J. Honig was un-
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Broward Zionist District at its
annual meeting.
Others named to office were
Dr. Bernard Milloff. first vice
president: Dr. Israel Spiers,
second vice president: Peter
Bluesten. corresponding secre-
tary: Dr. Clem Geronemus, fi-
nancial secretary: George Robin-
son, treasurer.
Trustees include Hayman Tell-
man, Joseph Baum, Dr. Emanuel
j Kaplan. Max Young. Jack Gold-
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Stag Smoker held at the Shoreham-Norman Hotel on,
included (left to right) Jimmy Outlaw, manager FlamicgoI
Club; Al Budner, vice president Tropical Lodge; Sam Sk|
president Flamingos ?nd president of Florida International I
Other speakers included Sam Kessler. president of Tropical I
William Henbrun. membership chairman, and Charles R. Jsj
son. executive secretary B'nai B'rith Council.
Sam Kessler. president of Tropical Lodge, announces a geaj
business meeting and executive committee report at the 1
Beach Jewish Center on Monday at 8 p.m. Plars lor I
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ihe installation of officers of the Mount Scopus Group of
tah, held recently at the Garden Restaurant. Mrs. David
{membership chairman, announced as the "Woman o: the
|Mrs. George Buch, who had brought in the highest number
t members during the past year. As a prize. Mrs. Buch was
iled with a portrait of herself.
etureci left to right are: Mrs. Max Shapiro, who gave the
etion, Mrs. George Buch, Mrs. David. Mrs. Hess. Mrs. Harold
hen. mistress of ceremonies, Mrs. Joel Bolov. honorary
bnt and installing officer.__________________^_________
Finkelstein Receives
For Studies
|Gladys Finkelstein,
daughter of
"velyn Bauer,
2868 Pinetree Dr.
"ias received a
Medal of Honor
from the French
Institute of New
York for highest
nide in her
school during a
recent city-wide
French contest.
Ruth is a student
[Gladys n Elizabeth Bar-
Lwning Jr. High School in
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At a recent board meeting of!
the Mount Scopus Group of
Hadassah, held at her home. Mrs.
Moe Feingold. president, named
her committee chairmen for the
coming year.
Mrs. Louis Heines and Mrs. Hy
Bernstein will head the medical
organization: Mrs. Irving Genet
and Minna Mell. Youth Aliyah;
Mrs. Harold B. Cohen, education;
Mrs. Ernest Chernoff. program;
Mrs. David Hess and co-chairmen
Mrs. George Buch and Mrs. Jos-
eph Weitzner, membership; Mrs.
Sol Stokols and Mrs. Harold
Siegel. bulletin; Mrs. Louis Rubin,
publicity; Mrs. David Sernaker.
Hadassah supplies; Mrs. Fred
Ochs. Jewish National Fund; Mrs.
Joel Belov, American affairs: Mrs.
Sidney Lefcourt, fund raising;
co-ordinator, Mrs. Morris G.
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Others are: Mesdames Edward
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Closing day exercises for the Hebrew Academy took place
Thursday. *t the suchool auditorium. 6th and Jefferson Are..
Miami Beach.
The ceremonies featured commencement day orations by
Robert Stone. Donna MakoTsky. Tamra Mamches, Michael Simon-
hoff and a pianolog by Renah Mescheloif. A combined chorus of
the Hebrew and English departments under the direction of Joseph
Schreibman and Edna Sachs also participated.
Students in the choral group include Samuel Feder. Melrin
Safra, Jay Makovsky. Valerie Mamches. Seymour Spotler. Sandy
Andron. Irving Kelemer, Carol SiWerburg. Bruca Shoulson,
Michael Kogan. Edith Bender. Adina Stadlan. Joseph Lauer. Sheila
Rubier. Efro mMescheloff. Shirah Skop. Robert Stone, Michael
Simonhoff. Renah Mescheloff. Tamra Mamches. Beatrice Rich,
Phyllis Kara. Brenda Hochman. Donna Makovsky. Rosa Barman.
Also appearing in the picture is Aaron S. Lauer. supervisor.
Olin C. Webb, principal of Miami Beach High School, was
principal speaker.
Awards for scholarship, good citizenship, outstanding work
and sportsmanship were presented.
Morris Bros.
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Officers On Monday
Installation of officers of Miami
Beach Business and Professional
Women's group. Hadassah. for the
coming year will be held Monday
evening. June 12. 8:30 o'clock, in
the assembly hall of the Educa-
tion Building. Miami Beach Jew- !
ish Center. 17th and James Ave..
when the retiring president. Miss
Lillian Goodman, will turn over j
the gavel to the recently elected
president. Miss Marguerite Marx.
Besides Miss Marx, the follow-
ing officers will be installed by
Mrs. Murray Grossman, president
<.: the Florida Region of Hada?-..,
Lillian Goodman, honorary
president; Dorothy Parker. Dora
Kellt" and Fiances Lebon. vice
presidents: I Klein, treas- i
B n, recording
secretary: 1
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s. in addi-
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Gershon, Roa Goldner, Esther
Goodman, Anne Goldstein. Lil-
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Rubin. Connie Sieged and Sadie
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name with the Clerk Sj
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LEWIS h'bhS
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2J*J2Si ;Miaml B^h pio4l
ofotheaUrcu, cour, of ^
SAJgAN KUGI
F-DITH KLIOER
HARRY DIETZ"8
NOTICE BY PUBLIcTri]
IN THE CIRCUIT COUW,
KI.KVKXTH JUDICIAL f4
IN AND FOR li\t)P r\
SUZANNE V CRIT1I puij
JOHN WESLEY C Ml
TO JOHN WESLEY CECll
Residence unknown. r
>"l ARE .V'lTlKIEDaBUlJ
plaint for divorce has lieel
against you In the abort CaJ
you a .., ,,, wne ai
your Answer on the plaintiffij
and file th.- original jn the q
th.- c:. rk "1 the Circuit awi
befi re ;, third day 0f ju|]
othi vise 'he allegations ol si
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JACK A. ABBOTT
Attoi Plaintiff

Mi.it:
6 8-16-2 : i____________
NOTICE OP INTENTION
APPLICATION FOR Fi
DISTRIBUTION AND P
DISCHARGE
IN <'i ifNTY Jl'lHJE'S ((i'.'*
i 'I 'NTT. n.iiKILA.-Kal
RE: ESTATE OP
LOUIS NATHAN,
Deceased. ,
NOTICE is hereby Pl
have filed my final rei.irt ml
for Final Distribution and m
as executrix of the estate L
Nathan, deceased; an.i tMll
10 day of July. IS.'iO. I *H1
the Honorable W. F. BlaogM
Judge of Dade County.
approval of said final repwti
of final distribution aM
charge a. executrix of w<
Louis Nathan, deceased.
This 1st day of JjgjfJH
MTERS. HEIMA.N i KAW
Attorneys for executrix
650 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
6/9-16-23-30
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NAME LAW
NOTICE 16 HERHWJ,
the undersigned dealrinsn
business under the C""X|
ratio Self Service Uuas^l
N.W. 17th Ave., Mlam. "1
tends to register aaid
Clerk of the Circuit OW1
Opunty. F'%VaRP^
MARK SILVERSTEIN
Attorney .
420 Lincoln R2?d,.0
Miami Beach, Horida
6/9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HBBBWlf.
the undersigned desiri^
business ^'[. 'fiil
Pop's Soda Bar at jj
Avenue, in the lU> *J1
to register ^,1'l.n"'"eo( *|
of the Circuit Court o< sm
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5/19-26 6-2-9
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)Ay, JUNE 9, 1950
vJcwitti nvrudtiain
LEGAL NOTICE
IrrrrVv publication
[NOTICE BY ku_( (. (i|, THB
IHE {-D1CIAL circuit
. pADE COUNTY,
ANP |V ,,,ancery. No.
[ h VMMOND, Plaintiff,
| ;,:vis HAMMOND,
I I.EWI8 HAMMOND,
um Street,
Louisiana.
' ,,., '; ii'lRBl i to serve a
' -\v,,- to the Bill of
, plaintiff's attorney.
]", ii.ii answer in the
*,". rierk of the Circuit
... the 89 -l.i> ^f June,
, entitled cause for
, Decree Pro Oon-
B.'.i'l he red against you. _
IT*El', tl I > "' ** AD-
E I'.. LEATHERMAN,
fL.i, nf the Circuit Court.
Il CoMX Byn'c. R WILSON.
Deputy Clerk.
h^v lor Plaintiff,
hcayne Building,
H, Florida
LU-23 _________._______
Cn'riCE BY PUBLICATION
treriBCUT COURT OK THE
il-DIOIAl' rilirl-'T IN AND
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
,'-ii ivi 'RIO No, L88D(o.
K?CONFORTI, l'lalntiff, VS.
6v roNFt'RTL Defendant
h'(,||\ CONFORTI
TO SSffiS NOTFIED that
Clare required t-> serve a copy
Kitten defenses, If any. on
JSlntllfa Attorney, and file the
1,1 il he office of the Clerk of
t, court on or before the M
I bine 193C In default of which
Jn of Complaint will be taken
IgTo f?indHf M,v. ,950.
ffE I- il. LEATHERMAN.
f the Circuit Court.
111 Col;" nvn. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
log .i TALI \N"FF
I I' wd
X Beach, Floi Ida
l,;,.i fii alntlff
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
c Re IIT COl'RT OF THE
fcVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IFLfiRII > IN AND FOR DADE
Em, i:.. !:ii>.\.in CHA.NC-
,-, X"- I'
iRlYKlN. l'lalntiff, vsi
gBERT DAVID RIYKIN.
i.uit
II.: 1 rl David r.lvkln
I Beach : Street
h, Sew York
are in:i:i:r.Y notified
Ilill Hi '..ini,]. Int for Divorce
lal you, and you
ftbv qu red to serve u copy
to the Hill of Com-
, ._ th" plaintiffs attorney, and
Ihu original Answer in the office
h, Clerk ..t the Circuit Court on
|fore the SRth day of June, 1950,
f.iuli of which, the Hill of Corn-
will be taken as confessed
irt you.
|XK and ORDERED at Miami,
County, Florida, this 29th day
ky. 1950
E I). LEATHERMAN,
of the Circuit Court.
pit Court s,:ili
liy: M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
BHEINER
i) lor Plaintiff
Paclfli Building
'-. FI rida
B-7674.
23
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE FIFTEEN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE >s HEREBY GIVEN tha,
busrnea. UnJd"rdthee8fl'u!i^
the mill
LEGAL NOTICES
HI rneye for Applicant
tl.".o Beybold Hide
' U 6/2-9-lfl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Soda-Bar at 1620 N.W 82nd st
Miami, Pip,., Intend to register ai Id
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
RAYMOND COLEMAN
JAMES P. AI.BF
M. S. MAKI.1N
502 Biscayna Building
Attorney for Applicants
5/26 6/2-9-16
132926. LN CHANCERY, No.
Mfayr!.u!:^IEni nitiiifr. V
LEGAL NOTICE
I
... N.OTICE 0F PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THF
ELEVENTH JCIUCIAI, CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
F3,.;Rlr>A- IN CHANCBRT. No!
OAlUiLINE SANDS, Plaintiff, VS.
T,P,lS,,K5IC,K A; SANDS. Defendant.
TO: Mr. Frederick A. Sands,
c/o Mrs. Eileen Baker,
4205 48th Avenue
Woodsirie, long Island, N. Y
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint in the above cause
for Divorce, on the plaintiff's at-
torneys, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before June 21, 19511,
otherwise said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 22 dav of Mav, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \VM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS, HKIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
650 Beybold Building
Miami, Florida
">/26 6/2-.9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Playmates Sport Togs at 132 N. \V.
-4tti Street, Miami, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LEON II. BROWN
SARA I, BROWN
SIDNEY ROBBIN8
Attorney for Applicants
901 N. B. 2nd Avenue
5/26 li/2-9-16
; ": A. 950; othemlae the'BII
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
riledI herein, will be taken a. con-
lesMca Dy you.
Dated 'at'. Miami. Florida, this the
-.nd day ,,i May, 1950.
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
< b-ik of the Circuit Court,
,. ,. ,, Bade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: M. C. PEIGE,
Nam. and Address of "e,,Uly CMt
Plaintiff's solicitor:
HILTON A FRIEDMAN
1023 Beybold Building
Miami. Florida.
5/26 6/2-0-16
TO: BENJAMIN PAUL HENRY
508 Pearl Street
Macon. Missouri
You are hereby ordered and required
to serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint, a copy of which
Is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiff's
Attorney, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 15th Day of June,
1950, otherwise the allegations of said
Bill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed bv you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 16th
day of May, 1950.
E. P. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
11) : M
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT "F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRcTIT,
IN AMi FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY; No!
.':l;Vi.',^T,,''' ANDREWS Plaintiff,
vs. RUTH M ANDREWS,
i N foi In i i
TO: RUTH M. ANDREWS
I3i K. .\l iln Strei i
Batavla, Ncu Yo
YOU are HEREBY NOTIFIED
that n Bill for Divorce lias I.....n filed
against yon In the above entitled
Cause and VOII :r.. I>e,'.,l.e ......,;...,
and you are
. "' COPJ ot...... .-. ,i.~ ,\,-, i., I .,,,,, ,,,i, r ,oi
the l,hi of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Is 26 6/2-9-18
illorn.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN it
the undersigned are i gag, d In -i- -
"ess Lindi r the I nai.....:
FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE al
,'H" ,"' F I' r Htrei t, Miami,
Florida, and Inti nd tu n [Ister the
said fictitious name In the I >f'i
oj tbe Clerk ol the Circuit couu,
Dade County, Florida.
REBECCA I'ORTNl Y
BELLE GREENBERG
CHERTKOF AND KALI8H
Attorne) s-at -law
hereby required 607-8 Olympla Bui
your Answer to I Miami. Florida
attorneys, and rilo the original In the
"tic of the Clerk of the Circuit
HP"1"' "" '"' before June 26th, A.D,
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 24
day of May, 1950.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and
for Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
.....___ Deputy Clerk.
I'AI.I.OT. SILVER, TATHAM
Attorneys at T-aw
1214-19 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
5/26 6/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ANDY'S GRILL at 1141 N.W. Third
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said rtame with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
WILLIAM COHAN
Applicant
MYERS, HE1MAN S KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
5/26 6/2-9-16
BEN ESS'EN, ESQ..
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Beybold Building,
Miami, Florida
a/19-26 0/2-9
. C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
it-i: is HEREBY GIVEN that
wrilgned desiring to engage In
j under the fictitious name of
I Hotel al 48-52 N. W. 8th
slami, Florida, Intend to regis-
. the cicrk of the
Court of Ii de Countv, Florida.
ALBERT SWARTZ
BELLE SWART/.
MA PRICE LEFCOE '
KliV; ME w. LEFCOE
-jjaEIMAN ,v KAPLAN
[Mil Bldg Miami, Fla.
Imperial Hotel"
ICI
iCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IKREBY GIVEN that
dt siring to engage in
"":, |h rietlflous name of
SER\ H'E STATION at 299
in street, Miami, Florida,
aid name with the
V the
'nit Court of Dade
i
gAYMOND KHOURT
., }][ I'd! BULOS
t"' BRENNER
"" Raymond Khoury and
iT!?,E.vTrO CREDITORS
isil r. oY iWDQES COURT
ttM K, IADE COUNTY,
l'uA IN PROBATE. No.
IKORETZKT.
E?!?!?11- A" Perons Hav-
r or Demands Against Said
Unri,?Ih ,of >ou- ar hereby
VZ ,l,i""r^d ,0 Present any
Pnu den.ands which you, or
f Ann-.2- naVe 8ainst the
Nrt, ', K."r*ky. deceased.
K ,, ,',nly' "orida, to the
niv tu.V'JV, Co..unty Judge of
the r f".e ,he "n>e in his
Nntv Mun,ty Couithouse In
Kthst"rl,,. within eight
Wie n l"m '.he ,,ate of the
d to ,h*r,of- Sa'd claims
he ciai on,?,n ^e le^al ad-
r"et ;,i'.nnt,and to b? sworn
N"r,. s a,f(",8ald. or same
Kr ct, l'"on 12of ,he
f^ ,9j A D. 1950.
IminuV, iKY KRETZKY,
SStStt,^l?, ,he ?state of
fONE Deceased.
, Building
It'll A,1,nlnistrator.
ILPP?iC9LUMNS FOR
I ^GAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROLATE, No.
LS7IM.
in Re: Estate of
Theodoulos Kalozols, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the order of the above Court, dated
May 18, 1950, a public sale of the
estate's assets, to-wit, a one third
interest in the chattels and business
known as Pete's Bar B-Q, located
at 25:17 S. W. Sth Street, Miami,
Florida, shall be held at 2:00 P.M.,
Monday, June 19. 1950, at 2537 S. W.
Rth Street, Miami, Florida, for the
purpose of paying the debts of the
estate. The sale shall be conducted
by the undersigned administrator of
tho aliove estate and shall be made
for the best price obtainable.
Dated: May 23, 1950.
ANDREAS CHRISTODOULOU
Administrator
LIEBMAN AND ROSEN
Attorneys for Administrator
502 Biscayna Building
Miami, Florida
5/26 6/2-9-liS_____________
NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COl'RT
FIFTH DISTRICT. .MIAMI LEACH,
FLORIDA.No. 3779.
JOSEPH STII.LMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
JERRY REGAN, Defendant.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
under and by virtue of a writ of
execution Issued In the above styled
cause, I, Harry S. Iliggins. Constable
of the Fourth District of Dade County.
Florida, have levied upon and will
offer for sale and sell to the highest
bidder for cash at 10 a.m. on the
20th day of June, 1950, in the office
of the Honorable Kenneth Oka, Judge
of tho Small Claims Court, at ISO
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ma., all
tho right, title, and interest of said
JERRY REGAN III the following de-
scribed property, to satisfy said execu-
tion, to-wit: entire interest in and
to the following:
One 1940 Bulck four-door sedan.
DATED this 12th day of May, 19,".
HARRY S. 11 ICG INS,
Constable, Dade County, Fla.
5th District
Bj JOHN A. WHAI.KN, Deputy.
MANFRED J. BERLINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
211 Lincoln Road
5/19-26 6/2,9 ________^^
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
182756.
MAX LANCER. Plaintiff, vs. ANNA
LANOER, Defendant.
TO: ANNA LANCER
ism sih Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill for Divorce has been filed
against you in the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required
to serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill Of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attnrnovs and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court on
or before June ltlth, A. D. 1950.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this it
day of ^>.r\:^!!:iihrman.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and
for Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) ...,
Bv WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
PALLOT, SILVER,
TATHAM & WAYNE.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1214-19 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
5/19-26 6/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Coral Gat.- Medical Building at 3180
S.W. 22nd St., Miami, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LENA FEINSTEIN ZIMMERMAN
i iwuer
MYERS. H El MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
.",. l'i; ; 2-9-1,;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE .CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 132730.
JACOB M. POMERANTZ. 1 lal'Hi.r,
vs. GLADYS S. POMERANTZ.
Defendant. ...__
TO: GLADYS S. POMERANTZ
368 Hawthorne Avenue
Newark 8, New Jersey
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Bill of Complaint, a copy M
which is enclosed herewith, on
Plaintiff's Attorney, and file original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit i Cdurt on or before tni.
14th day of June. 1950, otherwise the
allegations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed by you. ,,,.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this IBtn
^ r Ma>- E^B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) ^ ft ^
Deputy Clerk.
BEN E!%EN, ESQ.,
Attorney for Plaintiff
828 Beybold Bldg.,
Miami. Fla.
6/19-241 "/2-9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS____
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CO! RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23942.
In Re: ESTATE OF
DAVID ZAVON,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are herein
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of DAVID ZAVON. deceased.
late of DADE County. Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County .1
,,f Dade County, and file the same in
his office iii the County courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
are ,,f the claimant and to be sworn
t,, and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1983 Probate Act.
Date May 22, A.D. 1980. _._HM
ROBERT H. ZAVON,
As Executor of the I^ist WIN and
Testament of DAVID ZAVON,
Deceased. ______
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor
:, 26 i; 2-9-16______________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
UTH 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. l.
New York
You are hereby notified that a suit
for divorce has been brought against
i you as above styled and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
on Plaintiff's 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. STOCKING,
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
N THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
130058,
the undersigned, as Special Master!
under and by virtue of
Deere,. of Foreclosure
nt. red In that
the Final
heretofore
MURRAY GOODMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida
5/19-26 6/2-8
Deputy Clerk.
hi ,'..,<-. ...................... -- -,,., ..,,,...... ... .-... .......
W F BLANTON, County Judge for final discharge is
. _____1 ,11. .1... ......... Ol _____-.._ Ik. ...H*n
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY' JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 20606.
RE: ESTATE OF
IRVING (SHEEN B ER<',,
I leceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as ancillary exe-
cutrix of the estate of IKVINC
GREENBERG, deceased; and that on
the 16 dav of June. 1950, I will apply-
to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, Florida,
i for approval of said filial report and
ancillary
IRVING
* he"'cir"?tP^toCtAofNthe
'\, EVENt'h Vlu.dClAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
DANIELUGLADSTONE. Plaintiff, V.
BFVRL GLADSTONE, Defendant.
TO PEARL C.I.ADSTONE
c/o Samuel Knauer
308 S. 3rd Avenue
a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has
"c-.E ,,.sAastjr
Clerk of the Circuit CoUrt.
(Circuit Co"rt Seal) STOCKING
B> WM- Deputy Clerk.
STREET & GREENFIELD
Attorneys for PUhltlff
pv: Leo Greenfield
350 Lincoln Road
M'.imi Beach, Florida
5/29 6/5-12-19
executrix of the estate of
GREENBERG, deceased.
This 12th day of May, 1950.
ETHEL GREBNBETta
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancillary Executrix
5/19-2H 6/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Ace Employment service at i-'7 n.e.
1st Ave.. Miami, intond 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
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 132715
WILLIAM KRANZ, Plaintiff, VS.
ANNA KRA*Z, 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 your answer to the bill of com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney and
File the original answer in the office
of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 20th day of June, 1950,
In default of which the bill of com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this 12 day of May, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(.Circuit Court Seal) _,_
By WM. W. STOCKING.
DepTrry-crerir.
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Plaintiff
611 Blscayne Building
Miami, Florida.
6/19-26 6/2-8
public outcry to the binhest 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. 19S0,
between the hours of eleven o'clock
A. M. and two o'clock P. M.. the
same being a legal sales da) and the
hours the legal hours of sale, the
following described property situate
in Dade County. Florida, to-wit:
FIRST TRACT:
Beginning at the SW corner of
the SWi, of the NE', of the
NW1, ,,f See. ::4, Township 51
South, Range i" Hast, Bald point
also being the SW corner of. Lot
Three Cil, Block 'Three (3),
iiallandai.i:. according to the
plat thereof recorded in Plat Book
"B", Page 13, of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida,
run in an Easterly direction al ing
the southerly line of said Lot ::.
Block 3, or the southerly line of
of the sw, of the ni:!, of the
NW, of said sec. 84, a distance
of S6S.49 ft. to a point, said
being the Intersection of the last
mentioned line with the westerly
right of way line of St ite Road
No. 1. or Federal Highway I 8.
No. 1, thence run In a north-
easterly direction deflecting 85
degrees, 28 minutes, 11 seconds
to the left along the westerly
line of said State R.....i No i. a
distance of 5.65 ft. to a point,
said point being the Intersection
of th,- westerly line of said state
Road No. 4, with the westerly
line of Lot 4 or the easterly line
of Lot ::. Block :;, iiallandai.i:.
above mentioned, thence continue
in a northeasterly direction along
the last mentioned course pro-
duced Northeasterly along the
westerly lit.....f said State Road
No 4. as described in Rlght-of-
Way Dei d recorded in Deed Book
1579, Page 24, Public Records of
Dade County. Florida, a distance
Of 94.86 ft, to the point of beginning
of the tract of laud herein de-
scribed: from said point of be-
ginning continue northeasterly
along the last mentioned course
produced Northeasterly along the
Westerly line of said Stale Road
No. 4, a distance of 100 ft. to a
point, thence run westerly along
B line deflecting tO the left 114
degrees, III minutes, 49 seconds
along a Hue being parallel to and
181.948 ft. distant northerly from
the south line of said Lots 3 and.
4, Block 8, HALLANDALB, a
distance of 750.39 ft. to a point.
said point being on the westerly-
line of said Lot 3, Block 3,
HALLANDALE, thence run south-
erly along a line deflecting :!
degrees, [3 minutes, 03 seconds
to the left along the westerly line
of said !it :;, Block 3, a distance
of 91.0 ft to a point, thence run
easterly along a line deflecting to
the left vs degrees, 46 minutes,
57 seconds, along a line parallel
to and 90.974 ft. distant northerly
from the south line of said Lots
3 and 4, Block 3. IIALLANDAI.I:.
a distance of 706.93 ft. to the
point of beginning of the tract ot
land herein described, containing
1.52 acres, more ,,r less:
SECOND TRACT:
Being a portion of the Southwest
Quarter is\v,i of the Northeast
Quarter IXE',1 of the Northwest
Quarter (NW1,) and the Southeast
Quarter (SE1,) of the North, ast
Quarter (NE1,) of the Northwest
Quarter (NW',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 SW1', of NE'.
of NWVi located 1S2.00 feet North
of the Southwest corner of said
SWV4 thence run easterly parallel
to and 181.948 feet North of the
South line of said SWV4 and SB**.
750.39 feet to the Westerly Right-
of-Way line of Federal Highway
U. S. No. Ii thence run North-
easterly along said Rlght-nfWay
100.00 feet; thence run Westerly
parallel to and 272.922 feet North
of the South line of said SWi
and SE> 793.84 feet to the said
West line of SWVi: thence Run
southerly along said West line
91.00 feet to the point of Oe-
ginnlng. Containing 1.6 acres, more
or less.
The said property as aforesaid, to-
gether with all the tenements,
herltamcnts and appurtenances
thereunto belonging, or in anywise
appertaining, being sold subject -to
all Hens of record, to satisfy said
decree. L
DATED this 12th day of May, A. p.
1950.
AMOS BENJAMIN;
Special'Master In Chancery.
ALFRED KREISLER
Solicitor for Plaintiffs
1009 Pan American Hank Building
Miami, Florida
5/19-26 6/2-9 ------.'

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