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The Jewish Floridian ( June 16, 1950 )

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HIH 11 '!! rrMffinWKnH tewfch Floridiigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY CoOJME 23-NUMBER 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 16. 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS IJA Hears Lack Of Funds imits Immigration of Jews move CHICAGO, OTA)—In response to the emergency situation requiring increased funds to „ T ge numbers of Jews out of Rumania and Iraq and other distress centers. Jewish community crders meeting here at the National Report Conference of the United Jewish Appeal this week esented a total of SI 1.900,000 in cash to the campaign for settlement in Israel and refuqee aid ell parts rf the world. The presentation of these checks brought to a total S53.762.000 e amount of cash that was received by the United Jewish cpeal since Jan. 1, 1950, it was announced by Judge Morris iother.berg, national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, who resided at the closing session of the four-day conference here. Declaims; that "for the first e in the history of the UJA, Immigration of Jews to safety hnd security has been drastically Curtailed because of lack of funds," the principal resolution bdopted by the conference urged [that American Jews be informed "that campaign results and cash Ipayments on pledges today are (tragically inadequate to meet the plea for the continuation and the extension of the partnership between the people of Israel and the Jews of America which made possible "the reality of the Jewish state." Emphasizing that "immigration is synonymous with the Jewish state," Mrs Mycson declared that no one of us wants to live in a lcreased needs that have sudden, country which is required to close ly arisen in the last few months." | its doors to any Jew who needs To cope with the requirements; a home." In calling for increased of the new immigration from! financial help. Mrs. Meyerson Rumania and Iraq, the conference said: "Have we forgotten so soon adopted the following three-point i what happened to the Jews of program: Europe who had no means of 1. The continuation, regardless: esca P e from Persecution?" of any time schedule, of all camj In a message addressed to the paigns throughout the summer ( parley, Israel President Dr. Chaim months in behalf of the UJA. | Weizmann emphasized that the 2. The resolicitation of conI people of Israel must rely on the tributors whose gifts have not ] United Jewish Appeal "a* never before to help us carry the burden of the holy work we have begun." Hialeah-Miami Springs Breaks Ground For New Center Building On Sunday The Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center will hold ground-breaking ceremonies for their new building en I Sunday. June 18 at 2:30 p.m., according to William Kneapler, I chairman. Members, friends and various dignitaries will gather I at the site o f the structure. 18th St. and East 3rd Ave., Hialeah. I The building will house classSocial Service Unit To Elect Officers At Sunday Brunch The Jewish Social Service Bureau will conduct election of officers on Sunday at 10 a.m. at a brunch at the Shelborne Hotel. support of this year's campaign of the U.J.A. "I am compelled to urge upon you," he said. "the greatest effort to convert pledges into immediate cash, and to hasten the successful conclusion of your campaign." "Israel is confronted with the Toastmaster at the affair will be greatest immigration crisis of the i erbelt Scner with Tom Wintersteen, executive director of the Dade County Council of Social Agencies scheduled as principal speaker. Reservations for memrooms and a social hall, and will provide ample parking facilities. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel and head of the Rabbinical Association of Florida will deliver the principal address. Rev. Philip Fried will deliver the invocation. Mayor Milander and Mayor McCarty have also been invited to be guest speakers. The actual construction of the new center will commence immediately. last five years," Dr. Joseph J. j Schwartz, director-general of the Joint Distribution Committee, told the parley. "The Joint Distribution Committee, in the first five months of this year, moved moie than 54.000 Jews to Israel and 6,000 to other lands." Dr. bers and guests may be made by calling the office of the bureau at 3-5377. To be recommended for office i Schwartz reported. By early fall, | on Sunday will be Colonel Elry i National Fund. l \ I Plans Village to Honor Truman BOSTON (WNS)—Plans to proceed with the establishment of a Harry S. Truman Village in Israel were disclosed here at a dinner of the New England Jewish He added: "The brave people of Israel suffered and our proud youth fell not to achieve the trappings of a state, but to estabnot at all," he added. lish a haven for our persecuted and homeless brothers. The recent lifting of emigration restrictions in Rumania and Iraq has revealed thousands of Jews begging us to accept them. We are still a small nation with meager resources; we alone cannot provide for them, yet we dare not permit them to remain in in perpetual soup kitchens and costly idleness. They need food, clothing, tents and tools, and they need them quickly." President Weiimann expressed his gratification at the "devotion and energy" shown by American Jewish leaders in measured up to standards of responsibility set in each community, so that the millions of additional dollars so desperately necessary may now become | available. 3. The establishment of new, active cash collection committees to go forward at once to press for [the conversion into cash of all I pledges. The conference further resolved [to "issue a solemn warning that urgent deadlines exist for the immigration into Israel of Jews ll.-om Rumania, Iraq, and other countries." Campaigns now approaching a climax in 3,400 %  communities throughout the country have raised substantially pore than $54,000,000 received in leash. However, in most instances %  contributors make remittances on |a year-round basis. Mrs. Louis Glasser presented i check for $250,000 from Miami. The sum of $3,250,000 was relived from the New York ltk WIS J? L A PP eal : $1,500,000 from lti e Lf„ hllad elphia campaign; \llTJ 00 from Los Angeles; IW00.000 from Cleveland; $500,000 KnS *„ f 10m Boston and Detroit; [and $2o0,000 each from Rochester, r and Newark. %  T ,? olda Myerson, Minister of Kaoor in the government of Israel, • warned the delegates that tens of If>J" s of Jews now clamoring ulU dmisslon to Israel faced the isame fate of annihilation that lin M^ large "umbers of Jews !}".„ Nazi-dominated Europe, if to K ,sf orced by lack of funds 'iL S doors t0 them Mrs ofth n referr *l to the struggle EL T people of Israel to absorb; IT, I s of Ira 1 and Rumania LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) — A *ge set/ JSSfS whic !l C0Ur ,~ resolution proposing that the UN. ^^^ZlX^ Trusteeship Council refer the £* American Jews provide Jerusalem issue back to the Gen greased material help through eral Assembly, together with the new Israel plan to place the Holy Places under a U.N. protectorate rather than to place the entire Jerusalem area under international trusteeship, was introduced this week by a number of delegations at the Council session here at which the Jerusalem problem rame UD for discussion. The Council decided to postpone Stone as honorary president; Harold Ungerleider for re-election as president; vice presidents, Judge Harold Spael, Herbert Scher and Mrs. Stanley Myers; secretary, Mrs. Matilda Ratner; trustees. Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Irving Frankel, Bernard Pallant. Joseph Gardner and J. Gerald Lewis. UD for election to the board East declared that a very urgent d P irect ors are Leo Ackerman, wl^^nn^Hn^hJ"I !" It Mrs. Leo Ackerman. William D. Jewish Appeal in the rescue oflg. Mrs Aaron F Mrs the Jews of Iraq. "By decree of, o tan \ Mvprs Emil Gould the Iraq Parliament, *£*£ j fjffij* Aple^Harry^rkin^eon ing to go to Israel must leave that „ ,f„ %,'u ov y,o he said, the J.D.C. will have exhausted its total anticipated emigration funds for the year—approximately $14,000,000. "The only immigrants being brought to Israel by J.D.C. at this moment are immigrants by necessity," he pointed out. Dr. Schwartz, who recently completed a survey mission in the Near ing to go country before March, 1951, or A resolution adopted paid tribute to Henry Morgenthau. Jr., now recuperating from an illness, for his exemplary leadership. Another resolution assured President Weizmann that American Jewry would measure up to its responsibilities. American Jewish women conKaplan, Mrs. Morris Skop. Mrs. Leonard Beldner, Mrs. Nat Levin and Dr. Erna Klass. the immigrant camps tributed a record total of $66,000,000 since 1946 for the humanitarian rescue and reconstruction programs of the United Jewish Appeal, it was revealed at the conference. DP Bill Passes Goes to White House WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The Senate this week adopted compromise Displaced National Council Advises D.P.'s Of New Status Vice President A 1 b e n W Barkley cccepted the honorary chairmanship in a speech at the dinner applauding Israel as "the youngest democracy." Fred Monosson. New England chairman of the fund, said $100,000 toward a national goal of $500,000 has been subscribed by New England Jewry for Kfar Truman fTruman Village). When informed by Dr. Harris J. Levine, president of the National Jewish Fund of America, that plans for the village were underway—subject to his approval—President Truman wrote: "I received your letter, and. of course, I am highly honored and appreciate very much what you are proposing to do." 35 000 Will Enter U.S. Under DP Bill ATLANTIC CITY. (JTA) — Plans for the settlement of at least 35.000 Jewish displaced perPersons Selective Service Abolishes Clause In Questionnaires WASHINGTON. (JTA) — The National Selective Service System will drop all reference to race in the registrant's questionnaire after the present stock of questionnaires is exhausted. Rep. Arthur C. Klein was informed this week by Selective Service officials. The Congressman had previously objected to the dassi| addition. ^-^.^ M immi Final Congressional action on the new Displaced Persons bill makes it possible for persons heretofore disqualified for D.P. | sons who will come to the United immigration to establish their I States during the fifteen-month eligibility, since the new qualifyI period beginning July 1 under ing date is Jan. 1. 1949. j the newly liberalized Displaced The National Council of Jewish i Persons Act were outlined here Women, Miami Section, in their | to the 1.000 social workers atService to Foreign Born Depart| tending the annual meeting of ment, has. since the passage of the National Conference of Jewish the first D.P. Act of 1948. assisted I Social Welfare, by Arthur Greenrelatives and interested persons I leigh. executive director of the to prepare the necessary forms | United Service for New Ameriproviding individual sponsorship j cans. He also declared that "we and assurance of job and housing : are now approaching the end of for eligible D.P's. The office will' the mass immigration program R^onT^oice^vote" The"" new I continue to give information and which has been with us for the measure which provides for the assistance in filling out the | most of tw o decades. admission of 341.000 DP's up. to J necessary forms under the new, JERlJ — m (JTA) srael ""for g President' ^Persons interested should con! military authorities were reported tact the council office at 3151 this week to be using aircraft to White House Truman's signature. The new bill provides for the Langford admission of 341,000 DP's who entered under the Act of 1948. In some 54,000 "VolksBldg. Forms for the mandatory semi-annual reports to the D.P. commission of those displaced persons already admitted patrol the Israel-Jordan border where "incidents" in the last few days involving attempts by Arabs to infiltrate Israel territory have are also available at the council | assumed the proportions of real office. I battles. Urge Council To Refer Jerusalem Issue To Assembly *^ .. __:.* -4 tvi* ;*VA frt nrnnaorl ii/ith *ha r?irrtlv rnnpprnpd will be able „ c U ite dJewkh AppeaL self-confidence •owraax and courage it£i ti produce "e timber, the ham,1 pipe > the roads and the S "?* w e must have *> re wav %  to "^rate this new "e of immigration," she said. tffii& that xhe Jews ot the of T^ f^* hel Ped the people PenH^ el Win their !" f ndeS? e 1M8. Israel's foreost w oman leader made a strong time instructing the Secretariat to prepare a report early on the deliberations conducted by the Council with regard to the Jerusalem question. The proposal to refer the entire issue to the General Assembly was supported by the United States, Britain, France, Belgium and other countries. It would have been voted upon immediately if not for a request by the Philippine delegate to delay the vote in order to give him the opportunity to consult with his government. The U.S. told the Trusteeship inetciumuu". V ;,ntil' The U.S. tola me LCUBMSMW ^ iSi ?k*week e tt the sTmi I Council that it was "impracticable at this time to proceed with the implementation of the statute for Jerusalem" and, in conjunction with Britain and New Zealand, proposed that the question be referred back to the Assembly for further consideration. Referring to the Israel proposal for a U.N. protectorate for the Holy Places, the three nations directly concerned will be able to agree on arrangements for Jerusalem which would be satisfactory to them and to the interests of the world community in that city." Aubrey S. Eban, Israel delegate to the U.N. and Ambassador to • /.e U.S., told the Council that the Jewish state had no objections to maintained that the Council was deferment of consideration of its not the place to consider the merits of this proposal but suggested that it be included in the Council reports to the Assembly. U.S. delegate Francis B. Sayre declared that "it is still our hope proposal until the Assembly meets. In fact, lie said, the new Israel plan had been drawn up "to illuminate in advance certain lines along which the General Assembly might proceed" on the later in the week. that the two governments most %  question of Jerusalem. __ ; I : %  I %  j



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PAGE TWO vJenisti ffcricfiar? FRIDAY Ontor* Association IPIVO Counsellors Orientation Anil Training For Canips A joint orientation and training gram for the summer camp counsellors will be held next week under the auspices of the ish Centers Association day np including the Miami Jewish C rmnunity Center, the Mi :•' VM & WHA, Flaglerj Granada and Weal Miami, and Hialeah, Miami Springs. North D ide and Opa Locka. The three-day program will be held on Tuesday at the Beach Y. R.>;id: on Wednesday, at the Miami Jewish Community Cent : %  450 S.W. 16th Ave.; and again on Thursday at the Beach v. The camp n son will open on June 26 and will include a im of swimming, arts and crafts, story telling, nature lore) and crafts, dramatics, music and ncing, trips and tours, and es. The training sessions will take >rm of workshops with counsellors participating in all planned activities. Information on the camps may be obtained by calling the Miami J( \ ish Community Center, at 3-5489. or the Beach Y. at 5-5319. Gables Center Starts Projects For Annual Bazaar A summer series of bazaar project meetings sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will be held each Wednesday afternoon at one o'clock at the center. Palermo Ave. near LeJeune Road. In r Renah Rahelle Mescheloff, member of lhe first graduating class charge IS Mrs. Leo Elman. bazaar of the Greater Miami Hebrew chairman, the meeting will con-, Academy, was cited for excellf"'~ n sewing, knitting & J Tobin Succumbs c-nce in scholarship. having -' nd crocheting, supervised by „ M t f __i. e„„J m earned E's in all her subjects Mrs M ax Messer: arts and crafts To Heart Attack Sunday She received certificates of merit '" y M S o] l! P''."and art A. J. Tobin, 64. president and Construction got under way on the West Miami Jewish Center, S.W. 17th St. and 57th A I Sunday afternoon when the first block was placed in position by officials of the center and tU community. Left to right, Irring Wexler, president; Mrs. Ethel Machtey. record secretary Ma. Peter Palermo of West Miami, and Tilden Cornblum, past president. Other officers, who werd stalled with those pictured, are Leonard Kalish. vice president; Mrs. Mery Holly, correspond' I secretary; Edward Holly, financial secretary, and Louis Brown, treasurer. BONDED SufaewuiHMH fERMITE CONTROL BONDED' GUARANTEE Due to the excaller.ee of her n ; lis Ave. .-• Renah Hahelle "skippod" • second annual Mr. worn nenan rtaneite -skippsd" played at the second annual Mr. Tobin. who was born m ; the seventh grade to the bazaar to be held next season. Russia, came to Miami fifteenl year The usual Wed] .. n years ago from New York City. games will continue Active in many communal and r..r.:h. She is the tweive old daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Mc es Mescheloff. ighoul the summer. B'nai H'riili To Cooperate With Vocational Service Job IMaccincnt The B'nai E'rith Council of Greater Miami, through its six member lodges, has announced their participation in a job placement program for new Americans, according to Charles R. Jccobson, executive director. In cooperation with Jewish Vocational Service, the lodges notifying then members en-: religious affairs, Mr. Tobin was a member of the National Cardiac Home. Miami Beach Elks. Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. Miami Beacn Civic League. Moose, Beth Jacob Congregation. B"nai B'rith and the Jewish Home for the Aged. are not gaged in business to utilize the various skills afforded by the new Americans who are becoming esidents of the Greater Miami s I I "It is the community responsibility and our moral responsibility as American citizens to as! these newcomers who wish to integrate themselves into our Jac ibs in said. B'rith business men have %  %  to i to phuc tailoi s. meatMis* Miller Graduates Miss Shirley Millei of 1627 N.W St., was graduated in the llltn commencement exercises at DePauw University, Grei Ind. cutters, seamstresses and skilled laborers in U>?ir private business in order to implement this program. High School Girls for Nursemaid Jobs and Household Duties. $15 Weekly Colored Maids Good Day Workers $5.00 ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 by Massachusetts Boo'ding & Ins. Co. : ^ ORKIN GUARANTEES Jp& DRYWOOD TERMITE CONTROL EAST TERMS! v P .. 3 YEARS -PAW INSPECTION A ESTIMATES Suinmor Play


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)AY. JUNE 16, 1950 **~i**nr> r idlton PAGE THREE •laycees Xante Sid Davidson Sid Davidson was elected president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Monday night. Named to the board ot directors were Marvin Kimmel, Bill Wittan, Milton Hornstein. Ed Newman. Roy Siltomer, Mort Podell and Saul Genet. Games Party For Beach B. & P. Group The Miami Beach Business and Professional Chapter. Hadassah, j will sponsor a mammoth games partv on Monday evening, June 126. at 8:30 o'clock, at the Versailles Hotel, announced Mis3 | Lillian Goodman, chairman of the \ affair. The proceeds will be for !the benefit of Israel. A service pin representing at least 200 hours of work by members of the Women's Auxiliary L{ Mount Sinai Hospital is presented by Mrs. Max Dobrin, right, honorary president, to Miss Phyllis Eobo in a special ceremony held at the executive board meeting Wednesday in the Presidential manlion of the hospital. Among those who also received pins are. standing, from left to right: Mrs. Saul Herman and Mrs. William Bernstein; seated, from left to right: Mrs. Camille Baum and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. Others who were given the award include Mrs. Dobrin, Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Aaron Reder, 4rs. Leslie Sale, Mrs. Louis Snetman, Mrs. Barney Weinkle, Mrs. Lewis Stoff, Mrs. I. C. Greenberg, Mrs. Irving Marcus. Mrs. Henry E. Wolff. Mrs. Herman Boughten. Mrs. David Bass, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Mrs. William Farr, Mrs. Emil Isberg. Mrs. Sanford Kramer, Mrs. Harry Hacker, 4rs. Herbert Schwarz, Mrs. Harold Spaet and Miss Elsie Schwabe. liamians Are Awarded Recognition Berman Bar Mitzvah v National Conference Coin mission Commission on Educational Organizations. IA faculty member and three udents of the University of Mihave been awarded scholarlips to New York University's Apartment of human relations by Commission of Educational Irganizations of the National fonteience of Christians and ews. Millar A. F. Ritchie, associate professor of education will work owards his doctorate in Human Rations and the three students, Jiss Lisbert Lubar of Morrisown. N. J., Miss Ruth Yonteff K Xew York City, and E. W. Bey of Miami will use their pholarships for graduate work in he field of Human Relations. I Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy of the uversity of Miami presented h ilarships on bhalf of Dr. lerbert Seamans, director of the Irs. Myers Renamed /elfare Chairman I Mrs. Stanley C. Myers was rejected chairman of the District Welfare Board at the annual meeting of the organization last Thursday. Fred B. Hartnett was named vice chairman and also chairman of the administration committee. Mrs. Charles Carroll will head ,. ,, the social service W. Myers committee. [Appeals from staff decisions on rants lor aid to the blind, old se assistance and to dependent •aren were heard. Haven School Is Project Of Aephi The Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association has adopted the Haven School for Mentally Retarded Children as its local project for this year. On Saturday evening, June 17, at 8 p.m., they will sponsor a swim dance at the Monte Carlo Hotel for the benefit of the Haven School. Mrs. Louis Krensky. chairman of the event, announces that there will be dancing and games, as well as monolight swimming. Assisting Mrs. r.rensky will be Mrs. Leonard Jacobson. Mrs. Al Rubin. Miss Lillian Gross and Mrs. Louise Alpert. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, dean cf Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association, states that the alumnae have pledged themselves to furnish a complete laundry room for the Haven School that will adequately care for the children s needs. All proceeds from the swim party will be used for this purpose. Perry Allen Perry Allen Berman. son of; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berman. 5315 Byron Ave., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, June 17,; at 10:45 a.m. at! Temple Beth, Sholom. Rabbi I Leon Kronish and Cantor ySamuel Kelemer "'. vill officiate. M Perry Allen is a student of the Nautilus School. MIAMI BEACH i C B % J M "o Deluxe Furn. Apts. Pool I Cabana Included MONTHLY, UP JUNE TO NOV. 3U & 4'. RMS 77th & Tatum Waterway Dr.. 4 Block West ot Collins Ave. Ph. 86-8734 — 86-2551 Low Yearly Rates $75 i n s The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. ATTENTION Abe.Chiel Says: IF YOU WANT TO BE SURE THAT YOU ARE BUYING STRICTLY KOSHER AND BEST CHOICE MEATS AND POULTRY SHOP AT THE UALITY Kosher Food Center 1961 S.W. 8th Street PHONE 82-5001 We Deliver Throughout Greater Miami Also Ship to Key West, West Palm Beach and Orlando Supervised by The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth i • M taste ROKEACH BORSCHT t %  ^ %  ^ l,fc -^ ITT. Miami Ph.. S-SS" UiicriDutaa oy Palm OitriOutor, Inc.



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"= Jewisti Fhrkfian FRIDAY JUNE EDITORIAL (IOHPCI floor*? The disclosure at the Chicago conference c: the UJA that a cash total of close to S54.0C0 000 had •'"" '~ised since the incecticz: campaign was both en< ig and disheartening. Encouraging because H aave the lie to the innate peas who u:£-:r:=d even no such a tun %  %  [ttair.e::-. : .:j3v • twice that sum :s raise;: it will still ba B-::.;.ent to meet th~sur:~c= needs in • mated migration M 100,000 Jews from Eastern Europe and eve: 50.000 from Iraq. And even :: z way were found to bring them to Israel the outstanding fad remains that a country such meager resources as the new state cannot possibly provide far them house them and rr.te~rc-:e them into what now is a very I mited economy. The altitude ir. Israel is thai mrnigiatiorj :s synonymous with the Jewish state. Golda Meyerson, Israel'dynamic Minister of .: expressed that jtl admirably tVhen she t< conference no ;r.e z: us wants to in a country which .; r^'ruirod to close its docxs to any Few who r.eeds a home." We would .re :o parap trase that < g >n by saying no z: UF can live with ~-ozz conscience in this it Israel may be required to ise we failed to help keep 'he -Joe: open. We believe that the Chicago resolution, admitting that to: the first time in the history of the UJA immigration z: Jews to safety and security has been drastically curtailed because of lack c: rur.ds," should have a .salutary effect on the American Jewish community. We realize that we must not forget our own vineyard. But it is basic humaneness to give priority to greater needs. £ etH Mlail And I 7. %  %  I %  part %  %  : %  • n tact M A rarr.soi Iwin, %  ••' M '.: B 7. nist District North Shore Social At Martinique Hotel A meeting followed by a party, open to members and ': ends, will be held on Monday at 1 p.m. at the Mart nique H tel by the North Shore Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith. A rep i on the recent B'nai B'.-nh district 0 ~TZ ~ convention will be given bv the stone Home Scene new president. Mrs. Bernard Qf Flagler-Granada Holf.r.an. who was present at the e T —"**** district meeting Summer Luncheon Mrs. Herbert Cohen is in charge Second in a series of summer luncheons held by the Women's New officers were installed for the Miami Beach Business and ssional group of Hadassah at the regular meeting held Monday evening. Lillian Goodman, outgoing presd< nt, wh has served three years. brief introductory adirass Thi fficers were installed Mrs Murray Grossman. Fl rida Region of Ha• tance address was M rguerite Marx, in" • i .:... :.: •orothy Park Fran n. education: D ra Berrr.an. i P .:-.G< rshon, %  in Evi % %  •-. Bi wn, nd medical school: Hil'-' %  • .Uth Alihah: -'-• Cypn child wi If ire and ition: Ceil Cook. "' : ippli -.-: Esther Goodman. Jewish National Fund: Rubin, treasurer: Jean n, public relations: Frances American affairs: Sadie Alexander, publicity: Rose Goldfreshments; Ann Goldstein, telephone: Connie Siegel. bulletin: Lillian Marx, tourist. Judge Holland Speaks At Americanism Program E. Albert Pallot. observance chairman for Miami's "I Am An American Day." made the open, ing address at ceremonies in Bayfront Park on Monday. Principal; speaker was Thomas J. Kelly. Harvey Seeds American Legion post commander. Founder of the observance in this area. Federal Judge John W. Holland, spoke as did Mayor William Wolfarth who extended greetings from the city of Miami. Rabb: Max Shapiro delivered the with the Rev. Daniel n offering a prayer for rid peace. The benediction was asked by the Rev. John J. Dru: LaMoi band furnthe musical portion of the Our Film Folk By LEON GUTTERMAN Parents Meet Counsellors Of Center Day Camp A pre-camp meeting of a'.', parent children are en%  %  wish Com• %  • Center Day Camp will be held on Thursday evening. June 22. at 8 p.m.. in the center lounge. 450 S.W. 16th Ave. Parents will meet the counsellors and receive full information regarding the camping program. committee of three—Mrs Haiold Rus.^e. Mrs. Aron Tubin and Mrs Sanford Levine. Members are invited to bring their favorite ca-ds and mah jong sets. Brandies Winners Hosts To Hadassah Board The monthly meeting if the Miami Beach Junior Hadassah board took place on Thursday, June 15. at the home of the ; •• elected president. Miss Annette Melich. Preliminai y plans for thi %  apnuj 1 Qri I Junior con %  i : %  mg Pr ibfems," at the home ol M Activities Committee of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will be given on Tuesday at 12:30 at the home of Mrs. Walter Stone. 100 S.W, 47th Ave,. chairman of the affair. Assisting her will be the Mesdames Sidney Stiller. Jack Cohen. Sol Nissmoff, Louis Esloe. Nat Trauman and Ben Clein. A regular meeting of the corrjmittee is scheduled for Fndav. June 16. at the home of Mrs Joseph Masters. 200 S.W. 51st Place. On Wednesday evening the adult education committee will nt a lecture on 'Child Shapiros Recovering The many friends and well; wishers of Sy and Mona Shapiro. who were seriously injured in a motor crash while returning from \ their honeymoon in Mexico, will' be glad to learn that the newly, weds have recovered sufficiently I to appreciate cards and letters' from this area. They may be addressed at the Charity Hospital. New Orleans 12, La. me < % %  % %  • • ••'•• -MI.-. ,n me mime oi iwrs. Marks. 4499 S.W. 2nd St, A Janici 8:15 am. Future lectuie.,; p->n. ledulea for July 6 and 19 anjnpunced Mrs. Herman Feldman. nabbl Kronish Elected chairman of the committee Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual I leader oj T mple Beth Sholom, (L Sessions Start June 19 has been-elected as a trustee of The first summer session at the the Alumni Association of the Univcrsitv of Miami will start on Hebrew Union College (Jewish' June 19. Registration will take Institute of Religion). The annua. 'lection of the organization was neld in Cincinnati during the 61st annual convention of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. place June 15. 16 and 17. The second semester begins July 31. A teachers' training session is scheduled for July 1, to end August 15. The largest turnout in Will liamsport history—8.235—was on hand for the first Booster Night' of the season, sponsored by B'nai Erith. May 17. Actuallv. more than 11.000 tickets had been sold, ; r „ t t 1 event The old Park record Ol 8.1.4 was set at a V.F.W. night rV^t 1 : N: H,lman coach of the i J basketball team was scheduled to participate in pre-game ceremonies at Bowman Field, but ame entangled in traffic outside the park and bv the time • inside the enclosure the festivities were completed. • • Talking about Holman. the venerable City College basketball mentor has been getting a heavy \ £,H V i l r "\> th • s P cak,n R bureaus I and he advertising agencies. His! mL„. C f Up has been an endorsei !" n n „ tor o ne the nation's 1 leading cigarette brands with I S a se advertisements in national publications. HOLLYWOOD—Humor today. i like the times, is "mechanized, urbanized, and produced in such quantity it's downright chaotic," laments comedian Fred Allen. "The real humorist is fast disapl pearing." Fred complains sourly, "and machine-gun humor, like the automobile, is turned out on the assembly line." Ask about the future of humor. Allen says the question really is. "Will we slow down tomorrow?" "All humor should be created and disseminated in an atmosphere of relaxation." he "There should be time to think humor. Maybe, with man working fewer h iurs In the day and finding more leisure, the quality will improve." Speaking of broadcasting. Fred says, "while so-called radio humor flows unceasingly, it has lost all spontaneity. The king of airwaves, the comedian, is rarely more than a mouthpiece for his writers too many comedians survive on the brains of other people: radio's so-called wit tends to be the product of tired gag writers and hectic gag sessions radio comedians are the victims of the times; radio is a medium that demands more so-called humorous material than there are creative minds to supply it." About television as a source of new humor. Fred says. "So far it is only a throwback, reviving the vaudeville approach to everything, from mugging to puggling. But who can tell? Television is doing such great things in drama, who knows it may find the answer to what is lacking in American humor today?" Humor, according to Allen, is! factor in man's make-up i I being funny. „nd the long what'sI the hurry, a:agged-out humorous! i story shrank to the short snappy { 1 gag." All. th -.. is not black in| Fred's view. 'Laughter is the privilege of the free." he sa^s. "The solace '. '-"e oppressed maybe if v r. :.nd a common I I bond in hu I rtop the fussin',1 fightin' an n' in the workU we might laugh our in into pe.i • the final analyst! laughter is l %  %  .• %  nguaal of mank:r. -| and then I by the waa of men." Miami Jr. Hadassah j Plans For Summer The M I J'J"* Hadassah plans at a bei arty to beh* : a t the home : -Qaynelg i 1875 S.W. 16th Terr., on Sunftf. 1 June 25, at 8:30 p.m. Miss Moss. Israel p.'oje* chairman of the unit, extffll an invitation to ail young aduM in the area. All proceeds goj l Meier Shfeyah. the children 'village in Israel, that Jun* Hadassah supports. The highlight of the even* will be a comedy presented £ the girls, under the leaders!* of Miss Elaine Sachs. The committee, headed by M Moss includes the Misses bam Miriam Scheinberg. Le J" Shirley Friedman and Ritan^ Published every Friday ;?J \ t by The Jewish F.or d.an at jm Sixth street. M..m. '*• f'" "if l tered as second-class matter %  > J^l 19S0, t th<| Post O f'-e.io f rt | Fl.. under theAct that produces laughter and makes him feel good all over. Of course. I there is no set rule as to what; makes your lips turn up at the i corners that depends upon! what you have between your I ears. But the unexpected in any situation, the incongruous, that ,l L th< basis of humor. Says Fred: 'This is what humor does for us: It s a relief, a safety valve: it gets things out of your system." Fred expresses regret that with progress" the leisure of the times that marked the humor of Mark Twain went down the drain. "Bv the turn of the century." he says. the big-city, industrialized populace turned to the faster-moving humor of vaudeville. Like life, the pace of humor was stepped up. Everybody began to 'work af th." Jew.sh Fior.d an has aow the Je'wish" Unity and ,£ e „„ J T*j Weekly. Member of th J* F(jlJ graphic A B ency. Seven Ar ^ Syndicate. World*'" A-fff; National Editorial ^"^^Vje** can Association of E fl A „ M iit*| Newspapers. Florida ^;e_^f ^ Thr Je I Kuar.-rtit.*th > —•" SUBSCRIPTION RATESi^ One Year $500 Two Years FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and P.-^fL OFFIcTa7d PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1 H^f!! NurnW ^"FRIDAV.Jl^^f TAMMUZ 1.5-10



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JAY. JUNE 16 195 *Jenistifk>ridliairi PAGE FIVE | rs Rosemary [apian Heads ,bor Zionists %  Mrs. Harry Faber was installing Obituaries MRS. LENA KURZROK 71. of Oil B.W. 38th Road, pause awaj recently. Bhe i-ame to Mian 11 yean ago from New fork wrhei the retnuliiH were Ben) bj liorilnn' h'uneral l lome for -.1 > lee* ami Intel ment. Surviving are a daughter. Ml> Esther Kursrok, of M ami; two son a brother and a Bister, Ratner Annual Scholarship Is Awarded To Kenneth Sher; Goes To Camp Yavneh a meeting of the Labor i uncil of Greater Miami wa s held at the home of MRS. JENNIE GOTTFRIED SO, "i 1580 Wesl Ave., passed away las l week In .. local hospital. Mrs. Gottfried who came here from New 1 '"i k rn : has been a residi m for 11 years. Survivor* Include hei hu .lullu-; two daughters, Mrs. Isabel! I'hillips and Mrs Ernestine Nelson, lnth of Miami Reach; a sister and three brothel 8. Sen Ices i .• conducteil in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with interment in Mt. .Win. (Yin.l.i y. The scholarship committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education id' Greater Miami announces the award of the annual Charles A. Ratner Memorial Scholarship of $300 to Kenneth She.-, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sher of 2111 / ternary Kaplan L Israel Shapotf, 318 I i installed were R Kaplan, president; f, .v. vice president; g : tn asuri i ; Mrs. I : sponding secL! .; 5. Bertha Sootin, I i,. was presented .. DUI : %  ing p. B HARRY FATEL r.s, (.f IL'L'I s.W. 12th Ct., i> ed away recently. He had been a resident here for M years and was associated with the ABC Paper Bug Manufacturing Company. The remains were senl to Newark, N. .1. by the Gordon Funeral Home. ISADORE CUPINSKY 68, a Miami resident for seven I years, passed HWRJ recently In a local hospital. II.' came t.> Miami from New Haven, Conn., ami resided a1 tUS s.w. ii i; i i. ur %  ii.-. %  i i i. M.ni.,1 i ftVst I St., %  M i 'i in. a period of five years by Mrs. Matilda Ratner in lun.il uf her husband to stimulate young people to intensify their Jewish education. It was Mrs. Ratner's hope that others would join in Betting up similar funds to send our Jewish youth to Jewish camps las a supplement to their regular religions education in Greater Miami. The scholarship committee consisted of Rabbi Murray Gram r. chairman, Sidney Greenberg. Mrs. Matilda Ratner, David Isen, Hy Pomerantz and Louis Schwartzman. n n h v Presents I Husual Program In Musle-Art Tlie music and art comm I of the Beach YM & WHA will present a program on Thu June 22. at 8:30 p.m. Two abstract color films dealing with the artists reaction to music will be exhibited, followed by the rendition i I musical theme The audience will be invil sit at an easel and draw their impressions of the music. Pr fessional artists, art studentand the general audience will parti :pate. There will be no adm charge. Rabbi Ever Leaves |For New York Trip li. Ever, spiritual jeadi Knesi '.li Israel ConEl ii Beach, left last New York on vaca: weeks. He will attend the unveiling of monument to the memory of is father, Hyman Joseph Ever. DM Sunday. June 25. While in New York Rabbi Ever Will make arrangements with —publishers regarding his two new volumes—one "Sermons on the Portion of the Week" and the second volume, "Rabbis and Rabbinate in American Jewry." %  Rabbi Ever is also the author of |*The Biography of Rabbi Judah TH. Levenberg" and a more recent volume Holiday Symbols." Upon his return from New ft'oik liabbi Ever will edit a ABRAHAM J. TOOIN 64, presldi nt and i i< ** %  •'< [Tp Bottlln Ci mj of Mian i| roliovt n i. innt I home, i: 1 I.. %  • s li • wai Iin In Ru I am.%  CO fr.nu \. n y 0 |-k 'Its. Active In many cmlinunal and re IRIOU* affairs, Mi was a member ol the Nation il i rdse; Miami Bench Ivlc 1 %  •ami.-. Moose; Beth Jacob tons %  ti,,„ ; nnai B'rlth and the Jowlsh Home for the Aged. Survivors Include his wife, Rebecca, a son, Sherman; a daughter, Mrs. Harriet Markow; Wo staters. Mlas Tabachnlck and Mrs. I'aiiln.^ HoohUck; and a grands Kenneth robin. Services were held Tuesdaj ; -i the Miami Beach Riverside Chapel with Rabbi Moses Meachelofl c.ffi.iatiiu;. Interment took place In Mt. Neoo Cemetery. monthly bulletin entitled "The Voice of Kneseth Israel Congregation" and will also include articles of the progress of Traaitional Judaism in the United States. Kenneth Slier S.W. 21st St.. Miami. Kenneth Sher will go to Camp Yavneh in Northwood, N. II.. where he will enrich his knowledge of Hebrew and general Jewish experience before entering the Hebrew High School in September. Th, Ch II les A. R itm r Mi i ilarship wai established for Cora! Gabies Cong. Installs imscers The celebration of th annivi oi the oi Firsl .1 Congregi tion of the ofl will be conducted jointly S day i vening, June 17 al the Gabli s v.' men's Club, I de Leon Blvd. and Santillane Ave. 'Officers to be installed are: lent, Abraham J. Maloff; vice presidents. Sam Rabenowich, Abraham Hun iwitz; recording secretary. Arthur Borok; sponding secretary. Arthur SeidBarson; treasurer. Benjamin Z. Friedman; chairman board of diner; financial secretary. Murray rectors, Arthur Deutsch. The installing officer will be Munroe Gelb. A musical program has been arranged with Mrs. Alice Fisher Levine, concert pianist and member of the University of Miami Orchestra and Pierre Mande, eoncert violinist, as guest artists. Refreshments will be served by the Sisterhood. Dancing will follow. Residents of the Southwest section of Miami. Coral Gables and the surrounding communities are invited to attend the installation festivities. Mr. H. 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PAGE SEC +Jeist>Fk>rkliori Unites The betrothal of Arlene Betty Levine to Marshall I. Stein, son of Mr.* and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein. 3322 Chase Ave., has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levine. of Rockaway. L. I. Shower Tendered KosIvn Kivel Honoring bride-elect Roslvn KivSl, Mrs. Bernard Olin of 1646 S.W. 14th St.. gave a shower in her home on Saturday. June 10. ception was held in the reception Roslvn is a teacher at the Hebrew hall of the center, which was Academy. j decorated with pastel shade The wedding has been set for June 25th at the Atlantis Hotel. Double Ring Ceremony Rita Weiss To Bernard Hohenberg In a double ring ceremony Sunday night, May 28, Rita Weiss became the bride of Bernard L. Hohenberg, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated and Cantor Jacob Goldring assisted. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss. 1650 S.W. 21st St.. Miami. The matrons of honor were Mrs. Carl P. Coleman of Brookllne. Mass.. sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen of Miami Beach. sister of the bride. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. [ Otto Hohenberg of Crestwood. N. Y.. had for his best man. his brother-in-law. Carl P. Coleman of Brookline. Mass. Ushering were Dr. Elliott C. Cohen of Miami Beach, brother-in-law of the bride. Alvin Magolnick and Jack Zilin of Miami, cousins of the bride. Robert Goldstein and Harold Goldstein of Miami, and Milton Kelner of Miami Beach. White rose-point lace with fitted bodice and cathedral train fashioned the bride's gown. Satin leaf applique embroidered with seed pearls outlined the illusion neckline and bouffant hipline. The same pattern was used in the Queens Point Crown. The three-quarter French illusion veil fell in scallops. The bride carried a deep-throated white orchid set in a bouquet of lily of the valley. Following the services a rePersonally SpealTTnT^ Florence Pritt is now on vacation in New Y 0 k. Edward Newman of Riverside Memorial Cho l the past week-end for Chicago where he will left \ Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce as re jj reseal the national convention to be held there from thi?! l8 the 18th. He will also represent the State SS i*S president. Whiln in Chi !" ,— u_ „ ytees whirl VJQ| —Tootoy-Myron Mrs. Bernard Hohenberg flowers and palms. For her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Weiss wore brown lace with I bead trim outlining the flesh Weiss \ll|)tiiil illusion yoke, adorned with green orchid corsage. Mrs. Hohenberg. Plans Completed mother of the groom, chose pale is vice president. While in Chicaqo he will directors meeting of the Nationai Funeral Diw*L2 12. From the "windy city" Mr. Newman will travel £V* I where he will spend some time with his brother Am u ally known photographer, and see for the first time MT Eric Allen, who was born last month. %  Mrs. Fred Newman, 2008 West Flaqler St h from New York City after an extended vacation' soem Si. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Newm her new grandson. While in the north Mrs New !" Atlantic City and Connecticut. raan Mr. and Mrs. Charles Solomon, 16 Minorca AVP LA ly for New York to attend the wedding of their dauoS Faith to Sanford Rafkin on June 25 in the Woodstock R2 The newlyweds will honeymoon in Canada and will IK 3 their home in New York. Ui toen ** + Mrs. Benjamin Gallinson and daughter Sarah have for Passaic, N. J., following sue months at Miami Beach.! companying them will be Zena Liban. 1425 Collins Ave n will be their house guest for several months + Mrs. Gilbert J. Ballon and children Joan Liberty and are visiting their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. F in Cincinnati. Mrs. Ned Green left Monday to spend several weeb New York. +t Mrs. L. Szerlip, Floridian staffer, had as her house nfl this week her brother, Howard J. Berman. of Brooklyn. Jt guest Mrs. Lillian Rich. 1732 Collins Ave.. has announced the betrotha of her daughter Norma to Richard Goldberg, son of Joseph Goldberg, of Chicago. An engagement brunch took plaec recently at the Sans Souci. The bride-to-be. who came to Miami from Lawrence. L. I., was a student at Brenau Academy where she was a member of Sigma Beta Delta. A fall wedding is being planned. WALTER JACOBS Honig. sister of the groom, will be matron of honor and Milton i Weiss, brother of the bride, will serve as best man. Kay and Alexa Weiss, nieces of the bride will be flower girls. Following the ceremony there Will be a dinner for the guests. The bride, daughter of Mr. and i Mrs. J. R. Weiss of 1748 Biarritz Drive, is principal of South Beach Elementary School. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Liebman of 1004 Meridian Ave.. noted for his work in Zionism and for his legal aid on' the Code of Fair Standards. Silverstein-Wranch In ceremonies at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry [ Wranch. 1042 S.W. 9th St.. Joseph j Wranch was united in marriage to Miss Ruth Silverstein on May %  26 in the presence ol the immeaiI ate family. Rabbi Simon April officiated. The father of the groom has since passed away. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, of 2101 S.W. 21st St., is convalescing at home following a serious illness at Jackscn Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Gus Jacobson and daughter Alice have qone to Hen York where they will visit her family for several weeta. Baby's appetite tells you: f grey silk with lace insets. She Plans for the wedding of Miss 1~-mm wore an orchid corsage. : Malvina Weiss and Seymour j Herman accompanied by his wife and six year old Susal Mrs. Coleman's pale pink marLiebman are now complete. The Elaine, expects to return shortly to spend the summer, quisette gown had flower burst ceremony will take place in the -fc -fc %  appliques with crvstal bead empresence of members of the im., ... _,, broidery on bodice and skirt. She mediate families on the afternoon Mr and %  Charles Adelman have as their hoi_. carried a white carnation bouquet.' of June 25 The scene of the wedj Mrs. Adelman's mother, Mrs. M. Klugmar., of Savannah. Mr. Mrs. Cohen was in mauve-pink ding will be the home of Mr. and j Klugman will join the family on Thursday and will return to marquisette with a three tiered; Mrs. Milton Weiss at 4800 LakeSavannah with Mrs. Klugman after a visit of several weeks skirt of gold lace and featuring a view Drive. • cape effect of the same material. [ Rabbi J. Honig and Rabbi M She carried a cascading bouquet I Mescheloff will officiate. Mrs. J. of white carnations. During the evening Mrs. Harold Cohen sang "At Dawning." a song traditional at weddings in the bride's family. Mrs. Alvin Stern kept the guest book. Among out of town guests were Mrs. H. Shapiro and Miss Bessie Wolfson of Chicago, aunts of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kaminoff of Orlando: Mr. and Mrs. Milton Teicher of New York and Philip Rubin of New York. After a wedding trip to Asheville. N. C. and the Smokey Mountain Region .the couple will live in Crestwood. N.Y. For travelling, the bride wore a blue faille suit with red and blue embroidered blouse and blue and white accessories. The bride is a graduate of Miami High School, being a member of Thespians. Dramatic Honorary Society, Art Honorary Society. National Honor Society and also served as art editor of the Year Book. At the University of Miami, she was chosen "Miss University of Miami" for 1947. She concluded her studies at Barnard College. Columbia University, Hertz Bar Mitzvah Ronald Mr. Hohenberg is a graduate of Quernmore College. Bromlev Kent. England, and Ecole Polvtechinique. Montreal. Canada He is a member of Hohenberg Co Inc.. of N..-.v Y.ik a nd Mont:. Landau Chaoter Card Party The Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will sponsor a card party at the Cadillac Hotel on Monday evening at 8:30. Proceeds will go toward chapter projects of Lord Tarleton Hotel. Miami Beach, and Lake Tarleton Club. Pike. N. H.. says: "As a resort hotel operator. I know what it takes to create and maintain a good business when you're dealing with vacationers and tourists, snd f-"~i my observation I knowthat FARR TOURS has every qualification—and their record as a travel agency prooves that the public, too, knows this." Jay Hertz, son of Mr. ind Mrs. Irving Hertz, will become Bar Mitz ah on Saturday it 10:45 a.m. at nple Be t h ; Sholom, 4144 :hase Ave. The 'lertz' reside at 125 Nautilus Drive. M ia mi Beach. 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HDAY. JUNE 16, 1950 +Jmlsti fkrkliari tcolofs Leave In World Cruise I U and Mrs. Joseph Sbcolof of Li SW 16th Ave., Miami, are Lv,ne by plane Monday, June ,a i" Havana where they will PAGE SEVEN mi Joard the S.S. President Monroe Fhich loaves Havana June 20 for four month cruise around the laid. J Mr. Socolof. who recently celeIrattd his 80th birthday, came r Miami to retire 11 years ago |ut )rat been one of the most Jctive builders and real estate jptratois in this area during thai Ime. He was the founder of the Ereet Life Foods Corp. of New fork which is still one of the fcrgest wholesale grocery organEations in the Metropolitan area. Jhis firm was organized by Joseph Socolof more than 50 pars ago and at present his son, |arry Socolof, is president of that rm.. Aside from his' business activifis Mr. Socolof is actively inrested in many social agencies %  ich as the Greater Miami Jewish pome fur the Aged. Mrs. Socolof been an officer and active lorker in the National Children's lardiac Home for many years. JTheir cruise itinerary includes %  istobol, Balboa, Los Angeles, fen Francisco. Honolulu, YOKOfcma. Kobe. Shanghai, Hongkong, lanila. Singapore, Bombay, Suez, l&rath;. Port Said, Alexandria, "i %  -. Genoa, Leghorn and < illes, 8 u rattle's SUASAUU. 'fasAtoos Special Purchase! FAMOUS MARKSMAN PIPES FORMERLY WERE 5.00! IMPORTED BRIAR! 1 .98 urdmes comes up with a IP-value sale one week beP e Father's Day! Famous Vanty Marksman pipes of ^Ported briar, carefully seF'ed, aqed and polished. ^SELECTION OF STYLES "eludes all the most popular masculine pipe designs! *^ (ALL GUARANTEED against cracking or burnlb C d Ut each individ "ally Burdine, Furnithino., Street Floor Personally Speaking %  ZMmM+Fi **?*! M f yer KeiUon 2252 S.W. 22nd Terr left bv Seddina 8 of W tteV r o N r !"&?* Where the Y wiH attend S Mr an I Mrs Loui* S, K M SS I !" 6 S,ernber 9daughter of W 95 Th hrT S,ernbera at ,he Waldorf Astoria Hotel on ^^^StSV^ C nneCted Wl,h ,he KeilS0n Adve is Mr. and Mrs Alfred Gottesman have returned from their a? ^Xli^S ^ ^ "* !" ******* %  J S M U,h F allsbu ^ g wi11 be lhe sum mer vacation spot for Mr. SSlfrM^ Wh hQVe left ,heir win,er residence at 1233 10th St., Miami Beach, for the popular New York resort. + + Roberta Joyce Bermann left Miami by plane last Friday for New York. She is now the house guest of Mr. and Mrs M Cohen, of Belleville, N. J. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Bermann are spending a week at Duncragqan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. The Bermanns reside at 730 S.W. 26th Road. Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, 1425 S.W. 5th St., has left Miami to attend the graduation of her daughter Diane from Temple University, Philadelphia. While away Mrs. Predinger will visit relatives and friends in New York and Atlantic City. + Aaron Aberback left last week for his summer home in Bradley Beach, N. J. He will return to Miami Beach in September. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldman will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harrison in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick and their son Michael have returned from a week's trip to Cuba where they visited their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Habif and Abram Dworin, of Havana. Other cities visited included Cardenas, Matanzas, Varadero Beach and Batabano. The trip was in celebration of Michael's graduation from the University of Miami with a degree of B.B.A. He is now attending law school. Mr. Zukernick is a prominent Miami Beach attorney. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretzky are leaving for their summer estate in Walden, N. Y. After spending a month there they will travel to California. Charlotte Pritzert leaves on the 16th with her children to visit Richmond and Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. A. Acker and daughter will leave soon for Philadelphia to join their father, A. Balsham who will spend the summer there. -fc Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell, 936 W. 42nd St., Miami Beach, have left for Chicago. They expect to remain in the north during the summer. + Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise, 608 S.W. 18th Ave., who formerly operated Al Wise's Men's Shop on Flagler St., left by motor this week for a trip to California. In San Francisco they will visit Mrs. Wise's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Folts. After leavinq the West Coast the Wises will visit relatitves in Ohio, Pittsburgh and New York City. They expect to return to Miami in September. Leaving by motor this week are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, operators of the C & W Sandwich Shop, accompanied by their sons Robert and Herbert. They will attend the Bar Mitzvah of a nephew in Newark, N. J. The family will remain in the north for a month, dividinq their time between New Jersey and New York.; Carole and Sammy Ciralsky, children of Mrs. Alfred Gottesman, will spend the summer in Toledo, Ohio, and Detroit, Mich. In the fall they will enter schools in the north. Mr and Mrs. Isaac Mannheimer have just departed for Detroi; to visit their dauqhter Ethel. Thereafter they plan to visit Israel again and tour Europe. Mrs. Mannheimer is a director of the Mannheimer School at Miami Beach. + Miand Mrs. A. Cantor and family of 3150 S.W. 4th St., will spend the summer in Hendersonville. N. C. returning to Miami September 1. Mrs. Eva Geringer, 4397 Michigan Ave. left this week for New York to visit the bedside of her sister who Is Bextously U While there she will also spend time with her children. The date of her return to Miami is indefinite. Early vacationers at Duncraggan Inn, "^X^^auahfer include Mrs Harry Wohl. accompanied by her daughter Cohen; Mrs. Harriel Colemon and^EI. Solomon. man whohastemho, £"**%£ Mon.reol. Miss Brotman lications and feature write'J" V JJ £ mu sical activities. Brotman is better known '"'his area tor overnme nt During her northern visit she_wdl smg a Canadi n citie8 concert in Ottawa and also in several u Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berger, of 1801 N.W. 18th Terr., have announced the engagement of their daughter Lillian to Bernard Saffer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer. of 1425 S.W. 18th St. Miss Berger attended schools in New York City; Mr. Saffer graduated from Miami High School and attended lhe University of Florida and the University of Miami. He is president of the Jack and Jill Caterers. Inc. The wedding has been planned for late summer. —Ardmore Mr. and Mrs. Sam Elgison pictured at a reception celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary, held at lhe Masonic Temple. Hibiscus Lodge, on June 6. More than 400 guests joined in congratulating the couDle, including members of the lodge, friends and relatives. 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PAGE EIGHT fjewisti flcrktiati David Browns Return From Son's Wedding Mr. and Mrs. David Brown have just returned following a vacation in Hot Springs. Ark., where they attended the wedding of their son, Stanley Lawrence Brown, to Madeline Edna L ekwood. daughter of Mrs. Flora Lockwood. The ceremony was held on May 28 at the Arlington Hold with Rabbi Martin Weitz officiating. Mrs. E. Charles Eichenbaum. ol Little Rock, sister of the bride. • provided the wedding music. The wedding gown W a 8 fashioned of champagne net with matching hat; the bride carried a bouquet of white orchids. Mrs. Lewis Goltz. another sister, was matron of honor. Miss Peggy Eichenbaum was bridesmaid with Rosalind and Susan Goltz acting as flower girls. Jack Brown was best man and ushers were Benjamin Weiner. Lewis Goltz and Irving Getzag. A breakfast followed the ceremony after which the couple left f : a honeymoon in Mexico City. Upon their return they will reside in Miami where the groom operates the Villa D'Este Hotel. Out-of-town guests from Miami included Mrs Benjamin Wein sistei : :!. acciimpanii by Mr. Weint r and famil : Brown, Irving Gel and Mi and Mrs. Swerdlin. Dr. Marqult Speaks On Sex Side Of Life • Si > Sui Sex S I ] 10I A %  !%  Hy| '..' %  %  • %  li '.' %  ..'. %  to at tend tl ng b; .' %  ng • ';' -'. WelFund. Mamber, Lister Join For Law Partnership Milton Mamber and Bennetl M Listei have announced the formation of a partnership to be known ..s Mamber and Lister, attorneysat-law. Mr. Mamber was formerly ass ciated with Melvin Richard v. hile Mr. Lister was affiliated with Ben Essen. Offices of the new firm are located at 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Mr. Mair.be: : .at 1000 idian Ave.; Mr, Listei at 5237 Alton Road. Sheldon Lulchuk Joins Essen In Law Offices Sheldon N. Lelchuk announces that he is now engaged in the practice of law in association with Ben Essen, with offices in the Seybold Building. Mr. Lelchuk was formerly engaged in practice in the Sterling Building. Miami Beach. A graduate of the University of Miami Law School, he is a member of Nu Beta Epsilon honorary legal fraternity, the Florida Bar Association, and Coral Gables Zionist District. Phillip H. Rubi.n who has graduated from the Parsons School of Design, where he specialized in interior design and from Ne-v York University with a B.S. from the Schcol of Education. Mr. Rubin also is the recipient of a B.A. degree from the University of Chicago. After spending te month of Jure with hif parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubin. 2353 S.W. 5th St., v will return to New York City or. July 1, NortV Shore Sisterhood jucts Swim-Dance Sisterho swim-danci p rty to lay, Ju missioi I n to men %  • ; : %  William Baros' Announce Birth Mr. and Mrs. James William Baros Jr.. T473 Stratford. University City, Mo., announce the birth Ol their son on Monday, June 12. at the Jewish Hospital ,i! Saint Lou:.-. Mrs. Baros Is the [rene Jacobs, daughter of A!: and Mrs Norman D. Jacobs. Th. -1 grandparents are Mi. and Mrs. J. William Baros, long time residents of Miami. The new edition to the very proud families also has great-grandparents residing in Greater Miami —Samuel Cohen. 334 N.W. 2nd Ave. and Samuel Baros, 412 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. NBC Symphony Stars William Kapell, Pianist William Kapell. brilliant young American concert pianist, nephew of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. founder and chairman of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum of Miami Beach, will be soloist with the NBC Symphony. Sunday evening. 8:30. Last week young Kapell played before 35.000 people, at Ebbet's Field in Brooklyn. It was the second annual "Music Under ine Stars" concert sponsored by th Ai erican Fund for Israel Institutions to aid eighty-nine cultur;. : nd religious organ:. :. I ng al the >'.. •. %  m ml h. William : h ... returning • fill a bus; A n concert Hi iLed to i s in %  wn in G • %  %  >. : -Zu I %  S; :. Orch sira. Ho I S V lin .:.•.!<. N '.. nal Fund. JWV Honors Sokolow A ten-year pin was awarded this week to Herman Sokolow bv the Miami Beach Jewish War Veterans Post No. 330. The presentation which was made by Past State Commander Hy Morris, was given for "being a member in good standing for the past 10 years." =r—J5E^NE16.| Wolfson Re-Elected .Mitchell Wolfson "7 the Wometco Theatr^ re-elected national repreZj of the Theater Owners of?^ at the fifth annual meet „7?" Motion Picture *S ^ Florida held this wSft? Delano Hotel. k at tlarrinain J CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN" a 20l* Cnuury f„x Tftkniomt Proi,., "CARVEL HI CUTLERY" T^OR every occasion, Carrel Hall r-j-l % %  is the perfect gift. Graceful sulinTjl quality tranamanahip make iWjjl Knives and Carving Seta a bani-ome^l plement to fine silver. Guaranteed microned blades art y>l ground from high-carbon, chrome-vmaai I gteel, precisely tempered. Handles with fine lilvei f.liiiree owajll on ebony or ivor) Luslrex. PtoYjfl cuatom-designed "JIA-I Bo\'" caofel or elegant "Ar I 11 . rial anniversary gift ..ill 1Mpreaenletl In e* ', n'. aa.rr who oper.' %  sating* arrwun. of 110. or more at eillirr ..f our l-o con.enirnt office*. Begin —timf todmy for yomr importanl lomorroari Open an in-ur..! aa.ioga arrounl for .ouraelf anil Cor the meaabera of .our faanjlt .fao doo'l luve oaw ooi.. la.itc taar neighbor! awl frieoa* lo >oio >ua IB Ik* frieodl, UAOE FEDERAL FAMILY loo! SIXTF.F.X YEARS AGO, on Mat It. mVm than a year after the Coaneaa of the I nited tt I enactcd'a law authorizing the chartering in perpelattj of a eyetem of Feden. Savin-ami I oan \-.. uiioni, y.-ur DADE FEDERAL began lervina the need, ol the people in the Greater Miami area. Lnderfl. charter DADE FEDERAL hatwo Important M* liona to perform ... (1) Of promotion o/i*n/l,ai (2l sound, economical home financinf ''"' %  """" ''' coneiateaN and sub-tamial growth ol your IM!** 1 ia the direct result of public confidence. fri'adi efficient service and the fact that it .• COOperalW community organization. ...0\E YEAR AGO, on June. 18. WM^*" "FEDERAL opened iia ALLAPATTAH BR.OCT* Bee ... the heart of the rapid!) wpandini aorta** area ,,f (ireater Miami. Our C idenre '" '" ,„J haa been more than justified. Over %  > ''' citizen, are now steady savers at our branc* HOW. DADE FEDERALS T*0 OFFlg CELEBRATE THEIR RESPECTIVE A>M !" SARJES. Together, the o haw a famil) %  than 33.000 Hnretl wlio are tavwfi f ^ loan members are currently on the road '"V !" ,;,,, free homes. The combined total savin•> '• %  members of our family exceeds W^g^S organization DADE FEDERAL has loaned '<„ 11 l.-,(K).000.00 to over 8.163 homescrk...,' '"^ ,^ build, buv or refinance homes of their •* ^ our families represent a to***E?*JzJfi7£ strength for the community. DADE TOIM*gJ fullv acknowledge, this strength and the c. of each member of ita family, and takein rr tunitv to reassure them that the finest „ sav.og. .nd loan faeilitiea and an effect .nd in aerviee it available to them al all tune*. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI Resources Exceed $27,900,000.00 Retertet Exceed $ 1,850,000.00 JOSEPH M. LIPTON, Preiider* Member Federal Home Loan I** Federal S*n*g> W Loa' '*"""1 1 %  t



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SIDA Y, JUNE 16, 1950 jyernor Asked To lame Mrs. Meyers fo Circuit Judgeship ****$!> AnMta leaf Anna Brenner Meyers, Miami 1, attorney, has been recmmendi d to Governor Warren • ihe several new CirIgeships which wi I in the 11th Judicial Dade County's popise is announced. %  u< Miami Business lt j prol sional Women's Club. 7i.,. i stated that because .is many women as ',,.,. ji : more, having busiss bei the Ciicuit court, there are a number women attorneys practicing the 11th Judicial Circuit, '-one more ol whom are well qualied to serve as a judge" it ould sponsor Mrs. Meyers. Mrs. M< yera is currently en ]• E ii ipe where she will iend m International Federajon ol W i Lawyers meeting. %  in most of the unty, state and national law oups. teven Mi.imiaiis [ \'iil l'onng llifi.i ;< %  rliii| Seven ting Miamians have jeen sell "• I to be campers at he third annual session of the Rational Senior Young Judaea roup. Tel Yehudah, which is !ing held from July 26 to August J at Tel Noar Lodge in Hampjtead. N. H. Only 100 Senior ung Judaeans, representing ail rts of the United States, hav leen chosen. i Those from Miami include Ruth tlein of Beth El Chapter, Erna feldman oi Petach Tikvah Chapter, Phyllis Kraitz and June Boser of Beth El Chapter, Barara Weiss, Fred Malakoff and Mark Sabin of Temple Beth Iholom. | The put pose of the camp, acjording to Norman Schanin, secutive director of National foung Judaea, is "to present, ough meaningful experience, undemanding of contemporary Jewish life, which -will predispose the campers toward pving service to the Jewish eopie through the Young Judaea fogram in their communities." llhe dailj hedule provides for panual \\ supervised study 2' % % %  > %  < %  play, creative I nd crafts—all condemocratic compumiy under the over-all I Mr. Schanin and hi; aff. PAGE NINE Ring Theatre To Aid Groups In Fund-Raising Commencing with June 26 the Univc rsity of Miami will present ••summer stock" at the Ring. The performances will continue through September 9. Opening with "Arsenic and Old Lace" from June 2ti through July 8. the second production will be "Yes, My Dai liny Daughti r," beginning on July IT with the last performance on July 29, "As You Like It" will be presented from August 7 through the 19th; the final production being "The Imaginary Invalid," with eleven mances from August 28 through September 9. Interested organizations are invited to use these summer performances as a fund-raising plan that will net the groups fifty percent on all sold tickets: special rates are also available for theatre parties. Reservations and informati in regarding the group-plans may btained by calling Mrs. Campbell at 4-0801 during the I days; reservations may be mad? in the evenings by calling 87-:'.:", 7 %  or 87-:!ii77. Beth El Commencement Held Wednesday Night Commencement exercises at the Beth El Hebrew School were held on June 7 in the Dora August Memorial Hall of the synagogue. Seated left to right are Barbara Pearl, Dolores Chernoff. Eunice Cooke. Mrs. Ruth Ulis. Standing, Rabbi Grauer, Jples Lipp, Howard Schwimmer, Richard Sachs, Bernard B. Kimmel. Graduates included Dolores Chernoff, Barbara Pearl, Eunice Cooke, Nelson Hanover, Howard Schwimmer, Bernard Weiner, Richard Sachs and Jules Lipp. Valedictorians Barbara Pearl and Dolores Chernoff addressed the gathering in English and Hebrew and Rabbi Murray Grauer spoke. Greetings were offered by Sidney H. Palmer, congregation president; Mrs. Herman Cantor, head of the PTA; and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, sisterhood president. t'limvH I.roup Tteits Roth El K on r m Beth El was host 1ev. Oi -;< %  Ricks and a group L? Un n lulls from the M 'am' Pous Pr< sbyterian Church last Jinday. l T he purpose of the visit was Vfquaint the group with the Es* / h K C v, Va r i 0US ^"agogue Ckp f; i Habbl Murr ay Grauer kk t 1 Rth on the ho 'y obfcitorsL syna ue The E. e ac u ainted with he R„ n of a s y na gogue servF n e 0 v Maurice Mamches of nweg-tion Beth David attendhtori-ft Ji 1 UCSt and rendered a RES" eCtl ? for the Purpose I mt oducng the group to HeE* "turglcfl music. bthn eh u H ? ht of the Program hi 7 h,bit of a scroll of the 5 !" was a new experience hup majority of the visiting hf l J ber 9 Graduated vl' J J osen berg, son of Mr. kr fi.u ^en Rosenberg, 3024 Lm Pol •• wiU be graduated 1 egie Institute of TechliJrtl P>sburgh. He has aM ; -i drama. >lusi<* IpradnatON Play at Exorcises At the annual commencement concert held this week by the University of Miami nine graduating students from the School of Music took part in the program. Alvin Weinstein, violinist, appeared with the orchestra, in the Paganini Concerto in D Major, which opened the program, and Lenore Joffee, another violinist, was soloist in the first movement of Mendelssohn's Concerto in E Minor. Three piano soloists, Rita Jo Quartin, Walter Goodman and Lenore Perell, were featured as were Elmer Crandell, French hornist, and Robert Genualdi, double-bas player. Martha Feagin. contralto, was accompanied by the orchestar in "Che fara senza Eurydiace." Francis C. Jones, Jr. had the honor of hearing his original composition "Work for Strings" performed. The graduates were students of Modeste Ailoo, Joel Belov, Arturo di Fillippi, Maxwell Lepper, Dmitri Shmuklovsky and Jeffrey Stoll. Sec or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins Co. 907 Biscayne Bldn. 19 W. Flagler St. Diplomas presented by Keilson, S and awards were Zalis, Abe Pepper, Sam Rand Sam Futerfas, Meyer and Max Rappaport, all members im Wilchyk, Joel of the Beth El board of education. DOV Chapter To Beneiit DOV Chapter Misrachi Women will benefit from a luncheon to be held on Wednesday at 12:30 at the home of Bessie Rosen 1820 S.W. 6th St. Clara Pepper is co-chairman. Reservations for members and friends can be had by phoning 2-3124 or 82-1047. Make June Dairy Month The Healthiest Month in '50. ..So Far! Ss? rhe GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH ^Oelcl' S n, X Community-Wide Kashruth Association, Participating !" of the Greater rvUami Jewish Federation, warn* tni public. ,ii' y rtorw where the slni <>t l*e OMVH n IDJ are .,., "•' Mldoraed by the Vaad; ..„._, Phlchenj iti, the rlnjt of the ""^ ** "'"rsfil hv th a v-i., .. \ ... \ H SOOTIN, Sec. LOBEL, Treas. da Wole IS fre td Hor^ e S^ogjg^i*** your coo M*i*L£U& • Vt old tested r pa oay^ 911 divid ends to 4e A eve ry !" 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PAGE TEN +Jenlst>fk>rAftor B'nai Brith Lodaes And Affiliates Announce Forthcomina Activities £25^NEI6. J Tropical A benefit swim-dance and funfrolic for members and friends of Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith, be held on Saturday evenii June 24 at the Shoreh m-N Hotel. 5th Rt and Ocean announced Sam K Jsler, president. Chairman Marvin Mel cial comi il %  • ill • by How;.: i L. vine I.nard Lifshutz and Lewis Sternsh Julius Maselstein and Mrs Kenth Km p n I I n T •; i V> imt '•':Chaptei ill sei ^ co-chaii : the dfi A. Blld^ 1 I ':: Un Will SI Vi Alvin Bui and Bu Id La A ren ai e in ( haig of pi Sigma UNO AZA A "Welcome Home D. .'ling members of AZA u| n ir return from coll. gi held Tuesday by Sigma Rho Chapter, AZA. at the Miami Jewish Community Center. The ALS Chapter of B'nai Brith Girls were hostesses and served refreshments. The committee was led by Miss Lorraine Albert, president, and Jerry Tillinger, head of the social committee of Sigma Rho. Stephen Wise AZA Ruben Waldman was installed as president of the Stephen Wise Chapter, of AZA. junior order of B'nai B'rith, last week in ceremonies at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Other officers installed were Robert Grass, vice president: Lew Leon, secretary; Howard Horowitz, treasurer; Robert Cooper, sargeant-at-arms and Howard Catzin, chaplain. Councilman Burnett Roth addresed the group, speaking on the resurgence of Nationalism and N iZism in Germany todav. Sholem In fir li'on "Problems of the Small Business Man'' will be the subject of an address by Leo Landis. CPA. before the members of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. at their luncheon meeting Friday. June 16. 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. When fellow joej a'courtir.j 01 4 loTely sweet young thing Chancel are he'll wir.d up gifing her A sparkling wedding ring. Bui helore they tie the nuptial knot We'll lave 'em agitation By inriting them to Hilcralt For their wedding invitation. There's beauty in the craftsmanship Of Hilcrafl's fin* engraving. Tet Bride and Groom will buy the best At a most substantial saving. So when there's romance in the tit And YOU want to name the day. Let Hilcralt do it for you la Ihe very smartest WIT. (nfravtttf Company 122 N.E. SIXTH STREET mEPHCNi v 2-]i4 Miami tie a eh "Nun | Its Lesson For was the fa film n I the Miami Beai h Iidg< B'nai B'rith meeting Wi at the Miami Beach Jewish Co r.'.or. The %  P uh_ [ic, %  .... leased to the Ameri.. ... ,• % %  • |ge by Third. Army officials at F: Meson. G The fil the brutality at elty of the \. %  M ai rin im Is and lemonstrates the ins ; us efl ': ... by the N during thi wai A pam I discussi :. prent< I featu ng Gi ge J. ralianol lirector. and Balkii •:. Director t tl • : I \ [U riod follov The pr gi an) was ng 1 ••-: %  • ; Ifn K Newman, resurgence of Nazism n G manj and the implied threat of this development to world \orth Shore "American Government—Bpfore and After the Election" will be the subject of a panel discussion by Miami Beach Councilman Burnett Roth and Melvin Richard on Monday. June 19. 8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. The civic officials, long time leaders in B'nai B'rith. will be guests at the regular meeting of the North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith. as part of an Americanism program designed to stimulate member interest in matters of local government. Chairman of the Americanism Committee is Dave Pollack who will be assisted by Mark Silverstein and Frank Cohen. President Leonard Tobin will conduct an audience participation session following the regular address by the two councilmen. Members of the North Shore Women's Chapter have been invited to be present. A silver piicher engraved with the words "Presented to Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, chairman 1949-5 by Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission," was presented to Mrs. Mamlet in recognition of her. outstanding work. The award was made by Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. member of the Youth Commission in whose home the closing meeting of the season was held. Mrs. I. Moscovitx. Southern Regional Youth Commission chairman, who is visiting Miami, spoke to the group on the work under her jurisdiction. Year's reports were given by the following groups and committees: Chaim Weizmann. Ana Broad; Miami Beach Jr. Hadassah. Annette Melich; Miami Jr. Hadassah. Miriam Scheinbeig: Masada, Dave Goodwin; Young Judaea. Mrs. Henry K. Solloway; Brandeis Camp Institute, Rabbi Leon Kronish; Tel Yehudah. Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. In accepting the gavel from Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. Cantor Sameul Kelemer newly elected chairman of the Zionist Youth Commission, stated that in the coming year the Youth Commission will evrinc its activities in Young Judaea and in its other youth groups. Coral (rabies Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will hold a regular meeting followed by a social on Tuesday. 8:15 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Palermo and LeJeune Road, announced Alvin Corenblum, president. Lewis Pomerantz. President Corenblum and Theodore Wayne will report on the recent District Grand Lodge No. 5 Contention in Roanoke. Va., which the trio attended as official delegates. Jerome Adelman will outline plans for several fund raising affairs scheduled for the summer months. The members will also hear a proposed retention program which is aimed at delinquent members of the Coral Gables Lodge since its inception three years ago. "All i residents of Coral Gables interestled in joining the B'nai B'rith Lodge are cordially invited to attend the meeting." stated Leonard Spiegel, membership i chairman. A series of summer socials will be launched with an outdoor movie night and hot dog fry at the home of President Corenblum, 6415 S.W. 12th St. on Sunday evening, June 25. The evening will feature old time comic films, community singing and games. Jerome Adeli man. fund raising chairman, will jhead the arrangements committee. | and will be assisted by Lewis Pomerantz. patriotic program will feature a concert by the A. F. of L. Concert Orchestra, coral selections by the "Youth Friendship Chorus" and talks by local civic leaders. Representatives of all religious, civic and veterans groups have been invited to participate in the colorful ceremonies. Miami Mieaeh George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach attorney, has been named as chairman of the third annual July 4th Americanism Rally sponsored by Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith and scheduled for Flamingo Park on the evening of July 4th. President Godfrey K. Newman has also named Samuel ShaDiro. Saul Genet. Jack Gold and Jules P. Channing to the Americanism Committee to handle arrangements for the annual event. According to Talianoff, the Dr. Wolfson Lectures On Happiness Tppic "The Art of Being Happy" will be the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Tuesday night, at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 124 11th St.. Miami Beach. This will mark Dr. Wolfson's eighth lecture in the course of eighteen lectures on "The Art of Living." At 9 p.m. every Tuesday night the Spinoza. Forum joins America's Town Meeting and discusses the topic after the broadcast. Beach Center Holds Father's Day Outing) The Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center is sponsoring a brunch and outing in j celebration of Father's Day on Sunday. Members, wives and children ol affiliated groups ol the center are invited to particij pate. The day's activities will begin. at 11 a.m. with a brunch to be held in the dining room of the J center. Reservations for the! brunch can be made by callincl the center office. 58-2503. Ail afternoon of fun has been planned] at Flamingo Park. Heading the committee charge of arrangements is Ja Burris with Milton Sirkin actm( | as co-chairman. "ON THE TRAIL" PHONE 4-3155 THE GARDEN 2235 S. W. 8th STREET FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— # Open From 12 Noon MRS. MARIA FREYER. 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SIDA Y, JUNE 16, 1950 Kacher Workshop In Human Relations cheduled For Florida Universities ^Jewisti meridian PAGE ELEVEN A series of Teachers Workshops in Human Relations will held at (i ve of the major colleges and universities in Florida bing the current summer season, according to an announce Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida Regional Offi-e lent by ^-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Organized by the League's — pu Mrs Kiid Hears Son As Soloist i of !he workshops is to •o the public school i students in educa.j a t summer sessions Iterials mam aids, and techI i„ ntergroup education K'l'ibli' •' utilization in the fcssroom during the approach.nt school term. the worshops is fa.w. 4th St.. is recuperating at her homo following her return from New York's Lenox Hill Hospital where she had undergone a major operation. Schedule of iversitj of Tampa. Tampa, May 8 Mrs. Bild heard he. n e 22-23; Bethune-Cookman illege, Daytona Beach, June 28, 30; University of Florida, Einesvillc July 6-7: University (Miami. July 11-12; Florida luthern College, Lakeland, July §30. Icooperating agencies are the hools of education of each colBefore entering the hospital on ay 8 Mrs. Bild heard her son Samuel Sorin play the Tchaikowsky Piano Concerto with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra at Carnegie Hall. As an encore Mr. Sorin rendered the Rachmaninoff Prelude. For the final program of the year, May 27. he was asked to repeat the Tchaikowsky Concerto which Mrs. Bild heard on ie and university. The Depart[ her bedside radio. ilogy. University of Following Mrs. Bild's return to ^mpa, is actively participating i the arrangements at that inItution. %  Each woikshop is being preInted with the cooperation of le general extension division, jiiversity of Florida, whose film fecialist, Professor Charles C. ushong. will be a leading par|cipant in each workshop proam. (Materials to be demonstrated tiring the workshops will include bund films, film strips, tranbiptions, raphic aids, intercull:al plays, songs of democracy. lid other aids in teaching good liman ns. Demonstration •ill be made of special new jchniques in intergroup educabn such as role playing. Rumor |l.. I ram, and the DisBssi que. %  "We h pi through this unique l ng workshops to lace in the hands of a widebread segment of the Florida pching personnel specific ma[rialis, pri • t aids, and classom techniques which may be ttito.ed in practical classroom baching in transmitting the fcmocratic heritage and building fund attitudes on group relations %  nong the Florida school populaJon.' Balkin stated. |The B'nai B'rith lodges and lapters in each community are •operating in the workshops Bough the staffing of display nibits of inteicultural education Iterials. Information regarding the proems of the workshops may be K m l d „^ v <"ntacting the Florida PL Office, 330 Seybold Buildleleph me 3-6306 Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sorin are motoring in Canada where they will visit Mrs. Sorin's parents in Calgory, Alberta. :" Admiration mJSS ?!u Cemeterv were "moved from the Olympia Building to i ; new at 5505 N W 3rd St ?V ? .if % ? •" ** P>rk The buiIding Colonial in desi 9 n is located al S5H5 N.W. 3ra St., and is the first in a series of buildings planned by Mount Nebo. *nrf ^ ann n U I!K in I *w !" m P Ie ion of the Administration Building, which was constructed by Spector fion Sft I S MMachtei, executive vice preiident, said. "Our program of planned beautificanon of the park called for this at the present stage of development. The Administration Building is conveniently located for contact between property owners and Mount Nebo. It will be open daily except Saturdays and holidays from 9 to 5. Property owners and visitors are invited to inspect our new Administration Building." 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llDAY, JUNE 16, 1950 +Je*istfh>iradfar, ^Iden Age Club \o Hold Picnic PAGE THIRTEEN kick busine ss meeting of the Vge Friendship Club of j ,'mi Jewish Community will be held Sunday, June ii. at the center build45 S.W. 16th Ave. The ,;..'-_ will be followed by IRVIV Tuesday afternoon from T7, 4 p.m. the members play ,,„d on the center patio. sday evenings, from 8 to 1 ,„ their Get-Together Club immunity singing and ft has been planned by L i for Sunday, July 2, at I Park. Tickets are on sale proceed to go to the I : "|Yt tables BB Women (old June Luncheon V. annual June luncheon L | the final meeting of the I the B'nai B'rith Womf I c ual Gables. The affair was • the Robert Clay Hotel, h ,n Tuesday at 12:30. mahj jongg followed j i m. bythian Sisters Hold Father's Day Picnic A Fati r's Day picnic will be I lay at Matheson's Hamthe Pythian Sisters of • Ti mple 33. Competitive I for all ages will be feat[ Assisting Most Excellent Morris Cotzin will be ; : ;,! :1,11V Hudas and Mrs. B .'' lander. I —Associated B'nai B'rith leaders from Greater Miami and West Palm Beach attend installation ceiemonies of officers of Emma Lazarus Chapter, Business & Professional Women, B'nsi B'rith. In photo are left to right: Mrs. Jack Wilson, secretary. Women's State Federation; Rabbi Mortis Skop, principal speaker; Miriam Goldstein, newly installed president; Mrs. Albert Moss, president of the Women's B'nai B'rith State Federation, installing officer; toastmaster, George J. Talianoff, and outgoing president, Miss Dorothy Rader. Palm Beach Notes Dr. Harold Webman has returned to his home following Naval Reserve duty in Baltimore, Md. Mrs. M. Schrebnick is again in West Palm Beach following' \ a stay in Jacksonville where she attended the funeral of her | brother, Henry Herzenberg. Suffering from a fractured kneecap, Mrs. L. Trachtenberg is recovering in Good Samaritan Hospital. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein and his family are leaving for New York where they will attend the National Rabbinical Convention. SEEKS PULPIT AMERICAN-BORN YOUNG RABBI ORDAINED IN ISRAEL, EXPERIENCED AS RABBI. EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR AND H1LLEL DIRECTOR, SEEKS PULPIT IN PROGRESSIVE OR CON SERVATIVE CONGREGATION. CAPABLE ORATOR. FINE PERSONALITY AND EXPERIENCED IN COMMUNAL ACTIVITIES. WRITE D. K., BOX 2973, MIAMI Listen to WFEC Every Monday at 10:15 A.M. | Mrs. Ben Clein. pictured above. p_ 85 been appointed chairman of the Women's Activities Commii%  pee of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. Under per chairmanship the committee Ml hold weekly Friday afterr.ccr. meetings throughout the pjsn>mi, A series of monthly covered dish luncheons has also peer, planned. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS May. your roof repaired now; you will iavi on %  now poof later "Satisfactory Work by Fxparl.nced M.n" 414 8 w. 22nd Aviniw % 'HONK 4-HW Landscape Designing For New & Old Homes FREE ESTIMATES •IS. Ill I III \ LANDSCAPE SERVICE Phone 82-9860 OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road .SuitbjOa — Phon 5-S4H TASTES GOOD ....IT SHOULD HOLSUM BREAD! Your family like sandwiches? Then-makes no diff'rence what you use as filler -ham or cheese or pickadiller"Holsum's fresh, good flavor's what you want! ]2 hours fresher! Listen to the Holsum jingle WQAM-WIOD-WGBS-WKAT-WFTL-WVCC



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PAGE FOURTEEN *Je*ist fkrkMain FRIDAY. JUNE 16. Y Officers Meet For Orientation I N< wly elected offit. rs an I %  lbrd of ciiic. • % %  Beach YM & V.'IIA %  |lo." their ii: -• da\. June 29, :.: 8:15 ] •iced by Mill n } %  .. elected for thi rid ten i IBi.f •: %  ,.. j i i: \ i f MWf %  i' • w .. MPhiliii L.fki.w % %  /. MrI .vM W.i I Malk I!, i i! !: \|. : Bji'luiV: Mr. VVn I:. -Hri.k. Alii';i)iain i'ohtn, M i ••II, A. Mud sVymour • ;• Ibei BenJ i iillw. Mi s I..,u •, %  Miss l..ila i ii-oss, 1 >r Mi v %  J n, Ml .\|.,..-s Krit-jjer. .lurk lumpen Miss ;• %  • •••, ii..Mil],1. Jii'iKt; K-nneili Oka. A.i.-. K. i)Mi|., Mis. I > : \-i The purpose of the meeting will be for orientation and development of committee responsibilities. | Young Adult Dance Held At Center A young adult dance sponsored by the Miami Unit of Junior Sadassah was held Sunday eveling June 11. in the patio of the unity Center, 450 5.W. 16th Av Given under the auspices of the i'oung Adult Council of the this was the third in a •sored jy diffi • :. %  i %  .pen i the public. Key West Unit Formed A Key West Chapter of the. I Cerebral Palsy Association was organized when Irving Goldman and Mrs. Mary Knapp of the Miami Cerebral Palsy Association visited there. The initial meeting was held in the Harris Elementary School, where the films "Pioneering in dren" and "The Road of Hope'* j were shown. Goldman and Mr.; Knapp were aided in the organization of this project by Mrs. Irving Woodhouse. a member of the Staten Island Cerebral Palsy Association. With the aid of thp Miami group, preparations have been made to have each case of cerebral palsy diagnosed, and the Miami organization will send a registered physio therapist to acquaint parents with the proper care of their children. At the present time, there is a record of 15 cases in the small Key Wesl nity. Balkin \rlil.> Inelndod In Book BY Tampa Prof. "The St. Petersburg Story—a case study in Intercultural Relations" by Gilbert J. Balkin. director, Florida regional office, American Chilj Anti-Defamation League of B'nai 1 B nth, is included in the recent book on Urban Sociology by Professor J. W. Dees, head of department of sociology, University of Tampa. In "The St. Petersburg Story." Balkin recounts the mobilization of community organizations and ( resources for battling against entrenched anti-Semitism, bigotry and discrimination in the area. The successes of the St. Petersburg community relations program, the techniques employed. ;.nd the needs as yet unfilled, are described in the article. H Lewis. Stnr s TALLAHASSEE—A .substantial art of victories for railroad comner by incumbents Wilbur '. K.ng and Jerry \V. Carter is redited to weekly newspaper adertising. In a statement to newspaper jublishers. Chairman King and commissioner Carter of the Floria Railroad and Public Utilities lission today expressed their bpreciation for thi part newsaper advertising played in their fccent victories. Carter was relecti d in the first primary, Kin I the second. J IT a joint statement, the two ... I "We feel that the newss of Florida, and in particular the county weeklies, are 'ery close to the people. Wi feived excellent results from ipy placed in the newspapers. l particular, it is evident that it weekly newspaper is closely .•ad. and plays an important part 1 moulding the opinions of its ?aders. Advertising of this kind .fays off just as surely to the jandidate for public office as it Des for the local merchant." Ilarhsira Kav lloarhcs Finals In French Contest M is Barbara Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack Kay. 940 7th St., Miami Beach, was the only Florida student to achieve the nal finals this year in the annual French contests given by the American Association of Teachers ol French. Barbara, a Miami Beach High School senior was first in Florida in the national French contest for four-year students and placed third in the regional contest which included contestants from eight southeastern states. The awards to winners in these contests are made by the French government. Attend Convention Twelve Miami women attended the B'nai B'rith Fifth District convention in Roanoke. Va., i ntly, according to Mrs. Harry Kaufman, president of the Metropolitan Women's Council of B'nai B'rith. They are the Mesdames Frank Wellins. William Hechler, Sidney Suss. Alvin Corenblum. Ida Optner. Josie Goldstrom. Kaufman. George Bertman. B. Hoffman, Melvin Benner. Leonore Curtice and Tena Katz. Colinuil / w il in.iii Chapter Installs Installation of officers of the Colman Zwitman Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women was held recently at the home of Barbara Colin, 4580 North Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs. Colman Zwitman served as installing officer. Recognized at the rites were Barbara Colin, president: Evelvn Wilde, vice president: Sue Schorr. recording secretary: Claire Tendler, corresponding secretary; Ruth Adelson. treasurer; Hormone Silversteen. historian-reporter. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 SH0ULS0NS 1WS .24 kwfcnng 1389 N.W. 7 ,, ST. MIAMI FLA. KATES VERY MODERATE DR ADOLPH BONNER (M. D.) 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FRIDAY, T UNE 16, 1950 +J€nistiFh>ridrta,jn PAGE FIFTEEN 1 How Is It With Israel? vn en, active Zionist worker and r< d Miami Rpacli hna i ,.,, from Israel. The following article la his pr< ; „,„ sojourn there.—Editor. By LEON J. ELL Since my return from Israel on May 15, I have been confronted by scores of people with the same question: "How ore things in Israel?" Although asked in all sincerity, the auestion always sounds flippant to the writer. How can one GUPSUUii \_i"^-j~ — t-1 -~***w. \-\Au umr answer that qeneral question on the run? A one-sentence -nswer to that question would % % %  % %  and social transformation of the whole Middle East. Before 1!)4!S, land scarcity was a problem. We had the people but not enough land for them to make Jewish brevity too brief We are accustomed to askmillion questions with just om word "Noo?" a cover-all question on all of one's problems i birth to judgment day. I, cultivate. In 1950, the situation Lve consistently refused to give [is reversed. We have much land %  answer to this general quesbut not enough people to cultivate i| i march, and t#l hope that %  • th Israel all of hu nd strivi : the Me; I : i But 1 li has ju iy ci I ffort in it %  : u ; ,s ii e to tinvj en by theii % %  m ,i h living peed oj ink er i. vestments in the development of Israel. Living in Israel today is not only interesting but exciting. The austerity plan, however, digs deeply into one's vitality. The food situation that the Israelis are forced to endure would have I sapped the vitality of an American community. The poor food does not apparently dampen the vigour, now slow the pace of the Israeli people in their efforts in behalf of the development of Israel. One never feels hungry, but never sated, either. There ii inferior accommodations he might endure if he has a project in mind for Israel that will help in the development of its economic welfare. Israel is the most exciting inFOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large i Kosher Kitchen for WeddinQS. Bar i Mitzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge-Ij Meetings. Plenty of Parking Soace. 1 PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922. FOR INFORMATION When these visions are rmed into reality, it force in the i Let BERNIE SAFFER Worrw ... About Your FOOD Entertainment and thk other thousand details for your Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parties. Cocktail Parties, Children Parties. Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Catering Service PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 3-4845 JACK & JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. with a little coopi %  of Hi" newi should be able to prod 4s food within th i %  p| Tl neat short !< what relieved in by the development ol a ;• %  < tiful. Meanwhile, the govern 'citi/ens of Israel are extremely i active in building and improving. The whole state of Israel is a beehive of activity in every Held; of endeavor, but most of the erfort is spent in creating living' quarters for almost 450,000 homeless Jews who have arrived in 1 Israel since 1948. The government of Israel under the leadership of Ben Gurion will j so to any length in concessions to capital investments providing j those capital investments serve one or both of the following pui nose s: (1) creating employment TFSMETFF REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE V304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144 MY WIFE WA$ CRANKY A$ A BEAR/ "ACA$E OF NERVE*/' $HE 5AID. $0 1 SUGGESTED MILE* NERVINE AND$ENTHEROFF TO BED. LINDA BRANDS, Inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Deiieatessen Products Be wise'.When nervous tension causes a rift in your family ... when tense nerves make you Cranky. SB^SS^SIS you are Restless. Wakeful have Nervous Headache or Nervous Indigestion try Miles NERVINE See how this mild, effective sedative helps relieve !" !" tenson, helpsyou"getholdof yourself" and permits refreshine sleep. Recommend it to fS and friends. Get Miles Nervine from your drugstore. CAUTION: Read directions and take only as directed. Effervescent tableU135c: and 75£ Liquid 25c and $1. Mites Laboratories, Inc., Elkhart, Ind., Ml US NERVINE Suggest for V^ h eaUK for your sa^. faction demand "KOSHER zzum Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem GedaV.a Kolpas. Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision unaer u. ESTABLISHMENT N o. 1 Caff LINDA BRANDS, Inc. Phone 82-2731 10 S.E. 5th St.. Miami Distributors of the Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION rfl



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PAGE SIXTEEN +JmisHk>ri at the W..kl> I'ortjon of the uaw Sunday evenings from • %  %  % %  10:30 tloi ei t< : Is open to youth. Monda) evening, Joint %  • uncll of veterans group; Tueda) eye UadasHah Installation ol officers: Wednesda) evening. JWV A.I\\\.-\ open meeting—film "Trials l Nureni k.' lemple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud.u :>. ixhna. Mlncha lowed ,,„ %  ;;;,""'.?, > B aw by nd .i?. n J 1 .'<> %  "' the raU'r %  wia. Miami Hebrew %  *. fixation (OrEfiJ*' 12th Ave. Rabhic-J 101 ^ 8nd CsJ li.hr •144 Chase Ave.. Miami I Lit Rabbi Leon BJ 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. rorx L.UC"" 9 !" 9 ***" 6th v J b „ ( r n B Le on erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi 'hodox, 301-311 Washington AT... Samuel Kelerner. r nUh: ^ Rabbi Moses MesKabbl itanson will conduct tne services Saturdaj al m The ^ -11.1 iis Invited. Hebrew school at the temple Sunday .it % %  '•' 1'Ferein Israel Congregation of Miami Beach, cheloff. Friday evening servleei at 6:45. Saturday morning ;it 8:30. Intermediate ng. at :• a.m. followed by ;i ktddush Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Mlncha at 6:45 followed by Shalos Sudos Rabbi Mescheloff will apeak on tinPortion of th-* Week. Bummei Avenue. Friday evening servl i il %  %  p.m., Saturday 8 30 it m with Mlncha at 6 All residents In that area are i to attend. i Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Mini ha Friday •' %  So Kabbalas Shabbat .it 8:43 p.m. Saturdaj morn•.. .. ..: -. 30 M • cha al 8, followed by Sholo* Seudos. Maariv follows. I'ally services at J:80 a.m. and 6:43 %  p.m. Northside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave. near Le Jeune. courses of the religious school begin Monday through Friday at lo a.m. ation al office dally from '.i a. m. Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. Friday evening services al 1:45. Mlncha al 8:45; Maariv follows. Dally sen'lces .it 7:30 a.m. and ti:4."i p.m. Sunday morning services at v Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo AT*. Pictured from left to right at the recent meeting of the Association of Florida Rabbis at the annual conference in Tampa are: (first row) Jacob J. Honig. vice president. Hollywood: Jacob Kaplan, president. Miami; Henry Wernick. secretary-treasurer, Tampa. (Second row) Murray Grauer. Miami: Moses Mescheloff. Miami Beach; Morris Skop. corresponding secretary. Coral Gables; Leon Kror.ish, Miami Beach. (Third row) Simon April. Miami Beach; David Zilonka. Tampa. (Fourth row) Leon Jaffee. Gainesville (Hillel); Morris Chapman. St. Petersburg; Manuel Greenstein. West Palm Beach. and 53rd St. Cantor Isaac 8, Sn th will officiate .it services Friday evening. 1 Sunday school classes ever} Sunday it ; thoffice %  •: Dr. Wm. Boros, 655 N.W. 62nd St. Hebrew classes under direction of Rev. Philip Fried at 6701 N.W. 4th Ave on Mondays and Thuradav from 4 t" 8 D m Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Friday night services at 6: Saturday morning at s. Dally services at 8 a.m ith prvlces at i':4" a m. s.tturU.S.S.R. And Jerusalem By DAVID NUSSBAUM LAKE SUCCESS—The breathdraw its support from the inter.: S viel shift on Jerusalem t nationalization scheme and hoped a few weeks ago. the explanation | that another solution to the probwhich has defied observers' lem could be found. • er since was made it is now j The reason offered in the blic to bring Soviet policy at announcement was that "it had ev -. p :u ln to full conformity now become clear" that internawith a doctrine on which it inthe wishes of the population of is to -land or fall in the | the city The joker in this exLni.ed Nations. i planation was that the fact cited Thatd trine is that the United had been eloquently clear since N ; ::ons must recognize as the last September. Representatives ruling power in any area the of Israel, including its Foreign v-ernment actually representaMinister. Moshe Sharett. had retive of the people. All other oeatedly warned the Assemblv claimants to representation of last fall that Jerusalem had irthose people are illegal. This is revocably become a part of Israel doctrine the Soviet Union has and that the Jewish inhabitants .•eloped in its effort to get of the area would never surrender i mmunist China seated in the. their Israeli citizenship for an world org outside power, even the UN'. Sabl day Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck. cantor. At services Friday evening the rabbi will speak on "Science and ItellRion." Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Congregation xoung Israel (OrJacob y Goldring. thodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miam. K m iv ,. v ,. lljI1B s ,. rvi) e .„ C:4 Beach. Saturday morninK at H. The rabbi Service Friday night at 6: Saturday "ill preach on the Portion of the Law. night at •: Mlncha services followed Daily services at 8 a.m. and '1:4.', p.m. by Shalos Seudos. Services Monday Congregation beth Tfilah (Or.to Thursday s a.m. and 6:30 p.m. All ,u-j-„> nor B„.UJ __ s young Israel members In the area ars thodox), 935 Euchd Ave.. Miami invited to attend. Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. RackNorth Dade Jewish Center 0 xt)cr. Fnday even Inn scrvlc*. Rabbi Kron sh U-II service al in r. „ ul V, •- Ronald ,son ,.f y. %  % %  •""! Perry, ion ,rf J?" l "H Harry Berman > %  ar,ijfl Congregation Beth Usrid (fJ servative). Coral Way uiM Road. Rabbi Max Sh.p£ jl Maurice Mamches. !" *F and Mrs Dew, II K ,; !" : son of Mr and Mr. i '.*"% wii| h"'i '• saVuic:.:.: *ffa Daily sen .. .", .'. x. S? M a %  • %  n y^i '• %  '' summei .a '•: •- %  held at 1" ;i ni dallv I Since the Soviets have even ne to the length of walking out of UN bodit vi this issue, the Now. however, the significance of the Soviets' seemingly lame excuse for the about-face, can i :ne c 0,1 C hin ^ nas become insofar I be seeji. Whether intentionally or si nna (Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday morning; services at 10. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday set vices a t 9 a.m. comes up there again this fall. If these votes are switched across the board on a reconsideration of the present plan for an international regime, they will be enough to kill it. This prospect, combined with flat rejection of the plan by Israel and Jordan, will dominate the June session of the Trusteeship Council and. it is predicted, compel that body to give up an attempt to implement the scheme j and thus leave it no alternative but to return the whole problem to the Assemblv. Friday evening services at 6:45. Saturday morninK at s:3i>. Th.rabbi win preach on Portion ,,f the Week At S.-1S p.m. lkibid Raokovsky will speak on "Ethics of th,Fathers." followed by Mlncha at :.:4V Bhaloa Seduos and Maariv. I 'ally servJEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS S AND WICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESF, SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Menanins Floor ~c„,.;„. • %  .. .... c aciyiwiieiner inienuonaiiv ot -" ,!nl „ ^ a ,- n W ,th ,. the L! L I | n ot. it points up the close paralle ned. the basic line with between the Jerusalem and Chinj ^ thing els. must be cases. In the Jerusalem area. th< light into accord. • e, the dram tic n versal on Jerusalem fits the classic pattern government of Israel stood in the same position as the Mao Governn nt in China. It was the actual ,JJ r —.. • —, .v '"v" V-IIIIIU. ii was me actual V V' • Iftfi P ? ICy Sh,fts rulin P we '^nd had the alto winch all necessary legiance of the population. In such r -alignments and readjustmt n I iwn the lim cond -.. •.:. .-. a : altered : | Ui • •. month the S vii I deli gatioi t w ea • Ifastl; tus of AS IOW AS AH •NTttEST MORTGAGE 1,0 ANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO %  >-.' O" i ,.1 I..I J.-l ws %  : Russ tuation, a UN' administration) • the counterpart of the,' Chiang Kai-Shek n far Russian view on the China mcerned. This ^ intern.,1 clash in s •. e t policy had not been espied, ir at least I notice, by Jerusalem under UN' adminisl lik, annationalization forci ., E ; -: : mjnjthal I p tenl ,ell as a total of Soviet Lnion had decided to withfive votes (the entir. s ... ie BL tiona.ixation did n„t conform witn 'in the Ass. Kin I Iflu o# every de*erlptt*n mJewisti Floridian 4'tnnmvrrial I'I intimj Department 120 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami v • Phones 9-6708 — 2-1141 Call us for cm estimate on all your printing needs Operated by ROBERTS PRINTING CORPORATION DRINK PLENTY OF Cfcribure DELIVERED TO YOUR HOMi 1 ^ Water "FOR BETTER HEALTH CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75 FROM INFANCY TO c OLD AGE" c PHONE 2-4128 M NASATIR, Program Director YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:45 P. M EVERY TUESDAY 6.00 to 7:15 P M. 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)AY, JUNE 16. 1950 *JtrnistnoridHan PAGE SEVENTEEN Ass<" uiU-rt Photographers R. D. Freeman (second from left), vice president. Miami Train Company, is shown receiving nple of the Americaniim car cards being placed in the buses of the Miami Transit Company jider lhe sponsorship of the Harvey Seeds Post No. 29. American Legion. Also shown (left to right) are Abe S. Goldman, co-chairman, Americanism Committee. Harvey eds Post; Lt. Col. Tom Kelly, commander. Harvey Seeds Post: Jerry Ganz, post adjutant; and Sgt. [hn Dilkes, Army Air Forces Recruiting Station. Presented to the buses as a phase of the Harvey Seeds Post's Americanism Program, the unity „' cards focus attention on the danger to American democracy of prejudice and bigotry and the ed for good group understanding. The car cards are a part of the democracy series produced by te Institute for American Democracy. Membership Tea Held Wednesday By Gables Women The Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center entertained at a membership tea on the patio I I of the center on June 14. Mrs. William Karo. membership chairman, was in charge of i general arrangements and was assisted by the Mesdames Bernard Keller, Ben Trupkin and Bernard Yessner. Mrs. Morris Skop delivered the welcoming address after | greeting had been extended by the group's newly elected presi-! dent, Mrs. Morris B. Horwitz. Highlights of the afternoon's entertainment were vocal selections by Mrs. Milton Katz, lyric soprano, who was accom panied b y her mother, Mrs. Sholem Women Stage Fashion Show A bridal fashion show at Burdine's on June 13 marked the final meeting for the season of B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem Lodge. Mrs. David Lemelman was chairman of the event. Hostesses were Mrs. Dave Alteiman. Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, and Mrs. Harvey Herman. Selma Parker at the piano and a miniature revue staged by Peggo Cromcr Dance Studio and featuring baby ballerino, Sandra Atkins. Mrs. Peter Glazer reviewed "The Feast." by Margaret Kennedy, and also gave a resume of "The Father of the Bride." Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 lolcm Boat Rid> ffers Funfest kquare dance contests, rumba [tests, entertainment and refehments will be featured at a nbination barn dance and boat i sponsored by Sholem Lodge, la: B'rith. on the new threeIk weather-protected "Seven is Dreamboat" on Sunday Ining, June 25. [•linen boxes will be prepared I decorated by members of the Jem Women's Chapter and es will be awarded for the st attractive box. According iscar Rappaport, a full eveof entertainment is planned. fold Friedman is general chairand will be assisted by nard Fuller. Reeven Kalman bhairman of the ticket comItee. eservations must be made in lance by calling the Sholem fee office at 82-5684. The Wic is invited. Mrs I iliow Host to Council Women Mrs. Alexander Libow was | hostess at a breakfast at the De] lano Hotel this week for officers; of the National Council of Jewish Women, at which the coming i year's programs were discussed. Mrs. Libow is first vice president of the group. Attending the breakfast were Mrs. Aaron Fair, president, and the Mesdames Leonard Beldner, Julius Oshlag, Nat L. Williams, and program chairman Mrs. Leopold Schwartz. The winter season of council's activities will open with a membership tea scheduled for October. Emphasis will be on overseas work and social legislation. Beth El Re-opens School The Beth El Hebrew School will re-open for its summer session on Monday, June 19, at 2 p.m. Registration took place on Thursday, June 15 at 10 a.m. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phonal 9-5317 — 9-6717 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERO. Owner SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST. CONVALESCENCt AND CMRONK CASU WHITI rm 100..H %  •> w to? courr MIAMIn nmrv A 111 I M>arni Beech Lodge. B'nai B'rith, presents 25 pints of blood to Sinai hospital celebrating the fourth anniversary of the oishmert oi a blood bank in the lodge. Dr. Mortimer D. |GRADE N v \ U VTU 6/, y SERVING "A" ^^^f^MS^ GREATER | *ODUCTS ^r^T Q &S5^MIAMI TH ILK ; CREArT 7 ICE CREA Mf MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED [Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 "A GOOD NAME Is more to b* treasured than riches." Proverbs GORDON FUNERAL HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful *#^* GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436 JOS. L. PLUMMER Funtral Director DELICIOUS ... and SALT FREE! A tempting treat for everyone, at all times HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Oven-Crisp Matzohs are particularly welcome to people on special diets because they contain NO SALT! TRIPLE-PACKED TO PROTECT FRESHNESS! Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6886 JULY is Just Around The Corner! July's just a month away on the calendar and even nearer in terms of reservations at LOON LAKE. Ordinarily, when folks plan July vacations they can make arrangements as late as the end of June; but ordinary procedures apply only to ordinary resorts. For LOON LAKE, reserve now for July and relax in anticipation of a glorious vacation experience. fir* jr /EL The loo" is a bird usually an early one But this lonely Loon forgot to make his reservations early P S He stayed at home! OPEN5 JUNE 28 LOON LAKE HOTEL AND COTTAGES DAVID S. ANDRON Mgmt. LOON LAKE • Franklin Co. • In The Adirondacks • NEW YORK 3500 acres: 1800 feet up; pollen-free. Six Lakes. 18-Hole Golf Course. Tennis. Riding, All Sports. Elevator Building, 46 Cottages; all rooms with telephone and steam heat. Entertainment. Dance Orchestras; Children's Playground; Famed Andron Cuisine, Dietary Laws. H. Y. OFFICE • PARK-SHERATON HOTEL • 56at 7 • JO 2-2470 Ownership • DAVID $. ANDHON-DAVID C. 1MHMU %  b i



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PAGE EIGHTEEN Jewbti fh>ridHar> %  H • >l hi minus Givwi Dpjgrpra at Emory Emory University awarded a total of 771 d( | r< ei to June, March and December graduates in the double commi ci n m inies June i! and 3 5 for the June 2 exerc John A. Sibley, i i din ctors of the Trust C of Geo a, and Jam< s V. I miehael of Marietta, i -ti ndidate for gia, delivered thi June 3. Carmichael is an alumnus of Emory University. Receiving their Bachelor of Arts degree were: Morton E. G Alcazar Hotel, Miami, a men of Alpha Epsilon Pi, "outstanding fraternity brother." active in athletics, member of Phi Sigma biology honorary; Allan T. Abess, Jr.." 415 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables, a member of Emory Psychology Society, housing director of Campus Club: Robert G. Kirkland. 1220 Messina Ave.. Coral Gables. ., biology major, active in athletics: George I. Harrison. 2181 S.W. 21st St.. active in athletics, a member of Tay Epsilon Phi fraternity. William E. Boyle. 318 N.E. 10th St.. received his degree as Doctor of Dental Surgery. He is a member of Sigma Phi. scientific hon nd Psi Omega dental .=' iciety. D • • %  : A;. : ini li gree was ci nfi ; %  • % %  G( [e M. Pul Jr.. 177-1 S.W. 91 Si He is a • -Alph el %  i ing at E in. %  • %  E i %  %  tion I !NorthsideI ewish Sponsors Dan Ce ""• Hungarim i dance r e nUy 'Jf given Will: mitteew, ein '! Cm it —Associated Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai B-rilh. completes a successful bowling tournament with the "Brotherly Love ieaSJiown above, victors and high poin, scorers for the mM !" >JSUSVZ (u,hitP iarket) is shown receiving trophy from Bowling Chairman William Bill Hechler at tne inluaVbow ing oanquet Soared b/ the eighi teams in the Coral Gables Lodge.. Oth.bowlers are (left to right) Nat Oberferst. Art Weinkleman, Marty Weiss and Fred Sandier. Proceeds of the tourrament are used for B'nai B'rith service projects. New Precinct Plan Ostivicl To Stage Proudly K J NATION, ADVERTS BRANDS KROEHLER HEYWOOO WAKEFIELD U|<| MOHAWK GENERAL ELECTRIC Fair Prices Eajj Suggested By Goodman OlM'i'.t llalh'l \ HIHH ... ftitin m.inliK .''-%, i, ,rl *.•! —. 1 on 111 Council To Mako Awards Miami Jew sh C mmunity Youth Council swim-dance and am award night at the Fl Hotel, Miami Beach, Sunday evening, June 18 at 8 p.m. Awards will be given to all outstanding teams and individual players during the past yi a Abe Cutler and Frank Rose, athletic co-chairman, will present thl with the assistance of Abe Rothstein. athletic director and Ed Suss, youth council i ident. The council is composed of fifti en 1 i lubs and all teen-agei invited to attend Tickets will be 75 pi pers in, Pot I.IML Slipper For Laotian I nit !. B*l I 7227 I A plan t ve neij i itlim by thi tteen i I Miami net n ., m e d Democratic I of P ri 3,200 voters and 50 pel %  I % % %  real .; y G an met : : %  inct leaders at his tss m oi • %  %  -. : i ittei s." Thi -i units, he pr ; %  •-< I, might be made up of representatives from each church. PTA. professional or trade organization in the precinct. The committees would be of seven or eight memho: s each, in all probability, Goodman said. Terming his plan a community project rather than a partisan effort. Goodman commented: •'The committeeman actually is the neighborhood's only voice in government. "A neighborhood advisory group through him can make known their wants and suggestions for civic improvement." Goodman called such a system in effect a "neighborhood section" capable of expressii self bitter, for example. I city council than "the usual ips." Appoint nenl Bernard Ostfeld as er for the Miami Opi Guild's two "C ::' %  :' n" and "L'Elis %  next si has been announced inArturo di Fil : of the guild. Ostfeld, who has been a resident Of Miami for the past two years, is dance instructor at the Miami Jewish Community Center. He has made a name for himself both as a dancer and as an instructor. "His ability as a choreographer, particularly in respect to "Carmen' which he has danced more than ten times, will be a great addition to both productions," di Filippi said. S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D'HfiD "ima Telephone 5-9017 Is'thcMST' MIAMI SOIL TOP CO. Sorority To Project Campus Improvements : I. • A P sororil a "C pus Livii I Program." i iual | of 1 tion feels that then ny in < n t:. aid be ted by th themselves, Sholem Lodge Forming Committee Of Forty L I by I. Sidm I • I I 1 nt and %  %  %  %  %  tion f B I which are n t i d by the broad %  p licies g >\i rning B'nai I B'rith. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED GLASS FOR EVERY P U R POSE STORE FRONT — PLATE ind WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Rtiilwring Our Sp L. & G. Glass and Mirror Worl 136 S.W. 8h St PHOSE W MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBS MIOH i; FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 Pioneer Jewish Camp of the South CAMP OSCEOLA FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS On Lake Osceola On Silver Lake Hendersonville. N. C. Horse Shoe. N. C. REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED FOR A 4 WEEK SESSION OR THE 8 WEEK SEASON • Private Swimming Pools • Rich. Cultural Program • All Lake Activitiet • Sabbath Services • Resident Medical Staff • Horseback Riding • Seasoned Mature Counselors • Varied Outdoor Sports CALL OWNERS AND DIRECTORS: HERBERT SILVER. B.S. IN ED.; M. ED. BELLE SEGAL SILVER. L. I.; B. A. 950 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach Telephone 5-5975 or 5-4239 And Be Sure n-i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product*" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2K2I Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snappar Creek PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CU Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery I Serving the I Community Sinn Exclusive ROCK oi 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone < ME AT PROOUCTJJ §0 A 0ttW KOSH W 0UALI1 Hi-tirade Food G* 1733 N. W. 7th Ave.



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JUNE 16, 1950 f,.,.r rinii l LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW *Jmlsti fhridfogj i. 935 Euclid I i. An approI |] be presented. ,(.-.: '.UMNSFOR r£G % %  %  ADVERTISING [EGAL NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  iii: r i IF THK .1 MCIAL CIRCUIT i\ AND I'"II I'A I >E 1 IX CHANCERY, No. %  II:I; and PANNIE <:. i,iwife, I'lalntiffK, Va. TlDORE SWEIOABD, et als, IAJIE OK Till-: STATE OF % A: ifendants: |,,|...|:E SWEIHARD, and .il, his spouse, residence birrs* unknown; %  ALLAN, and if married, his and address unITll MCCARTHT, and If [,, his or her spouse—resl land address unknown; illA THOMAS, and If fcadc, %  : PI each of you are hereby ii ..i\. a copy of your the i: II % %  :' Complaint to i" and remove clouds from ai,.\ ..unties bo uml In tlie pi opt i ty on DE IAER & FLOYD, 607 Bla|ld i... Miami, Florida, atthe plaintiffs. I,. K. iiml FANNIE Q. I'OTTKIt, kml file the oi Iginal of such the office ..f the Clerk of Court on or before the July, 19.10, otherwise the "i raid Rill of Oomplalnt n aconfessed by you. £>• mj hand and the official court ,,ii the 13 day of }' %  R LEATHERMAN, E ol the Circuit i 'ourt. gptirl s< al i |Rj WM. W. STOCKING. D >,,,-, Deputy clerk. 9. MALI: AND FLOYD -E OF DISSOLUTION %  PARTNERSHIP iiit. i h H withdrawn from A.> LOAN COMPANY, 261 n Avenue, Miami. Dade !" a, which will henceforth J as a sole proprietorship ," ho has assumed plllti. s thereof -)' 1 :vi:i; SILBERT JOSEPH SCHAFFEB ICE TO APPEAR [VII. COURT OF RECORD, % OR DADE COUNTY, j "Nil 13936. l.;'l'lli:.\l:i;i{i;, Plaintiff. PANIA ITAU TRAN8AhRttis, Defendant. a Mail rransporteH Ael'eos, '. oration, uo Nasclmento 436, >. Brazil; %  iii:iti:i!Y ORDERED "'il 1 t.i serve upon '"';"-. 120 Lincoln Road, "• tioiida, an answer to in flleq herein ami file .' %  "i. office of the Clerk • Ol Record. Dade i. on or before Julv 10, .-aid complaint will be nfessed by y „ u and a '';• entered therein. th day of June, |fgo. ", 'Ken, WATSoN, .'• i. I V F2 urt of Record. '' e d Seal) > T. C. BI.OUNT, JR., Deputy Cleric. [TENTION FORNEYS! Floridicm sour letjoi notice*. predate your and cjuarancurate service ot Tea. Phone 2-1H1 en 9r service. PUBLISHERS, II' 'PKINh p| BLIC!\TI()NS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ,;|\ i.-v ....,. the undersigned, ... to cngVc I, business under the rii-tltlou nut ..• Hay \ Ista Famllj Lltiuor store il 1339 Northwest Si v c nth Wei n Miami, Florida, int.mis to reglsti name with the Clerk ol thi fir, ,, Uuurt of Dade County, Floi Id i ,,„ .... BENJAMIN KRAMEISEN PRANK E. si n.i i.Ml IN Attorney for Benjamin Kramelsen 611 Blscayne Bids. B/1G-23-30 7/7 ... „. NOT,CE BY PUBLICATION ll L?S& '"I" 1 '! IT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR D\DF Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL 142 Columbia Heights, Apartment S Brooklyn 2, New York You WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of vour Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney! WEIN8TEIN, WEINSTEIN WEINSTEIN, 12" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of July, 1950, If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive wi > ks in The Jewish Florldian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 12 day of June. A.D. 1850. E. it. LEATHERMAN, Cleik, circuit Court, Dade County, Florldi. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. il RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. 6/16-23-30 7/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Patio Self Service Laundry at 2308 N.W. 17th Ave., .Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Oounty, Florida. HOWARD R. GREEN MARK S1LVERSTEIN Attorney (20 Lincoln Road Miami Reach. Florida 6/9-16-23-3" NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THK mitcflT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 733209. SUZANNE V. CRUM. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN WESLEY CRUM, Defendant. TO: JOHN WESLEY CRUM Residence unknown. YOU ARE NOTIFIED a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you in the above Cans,., and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney land file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit ('ourt, on or before the third day of July, I960: Otherwise the allegations of said Rill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. June 2, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) Bv R. H, RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Florida 6/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Coral Oate Medical Building al 3180 B.W. 22nd St., Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, "LENA FEINSTEIN ZIMMERMAN Owner MYFRS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant .1/26 6/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE NINETEEN lief, • T : "' 1EWS I I : [•a l.i i to SI : t the li Of 11:, on ..r | tlafejat ''' "" : "> %  thl M K I: Clerk of ti \ %  %  P ilntlffs Inal in the of the clreuii June 26th. A 11 LEGAL NOTICES ,s.,!?, 0TICE BV PUBLICATION i-i ,'•', %  '-. ll: l r ''"'R'' OF THE M.fA l..\TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1 'I I'll IRIDA, IN AND Pi IR I > \l IK X 'I'V. IN CHANCERY, No MAX KOSKNSTEIN. Plaintiff, vs. ,, ,V R<>SI:NSTI-:IN, n.i. i,.i.,,,t. PA> ROMKNKTKIN .-'I Monl %  Street V'ni k Hi to Ml Vc a copy of i t" the Fllll of Complaint l : 1 1 1 on the plaintiff's ati •' ;' lo %  Ihi orlo n il answer In the 1 i l the Cl. rk of the Circull i oiirl on or before the 26th tlas ol tin the mil %  plaint for Divorci :l 1 herein, will l„tnki n as con1 sed by you. Hated at Miami, Florida, this the --•' %  I daj of May, 1950, K. B. LEATHERMAN, < 'hi k ..f the Circull i 'ourt, Dade County, Florida, of B. LEATHERMAN, %  ir. nit i 'ourt of the Eleventh Judicial Circull in and 'rcult Court Heal) int. •'."' ."'" iL pnty, Florida. By: M (Circull Court Seal) By WM. W. BTOCKINO. Z A %$&i ,VVB *T ^ '''" k Attorneys at Law 1214-19 Cpngresa Building Miami, Florida 0/26 6/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ANDY'S BRILL at 1141 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM COHAN Applicant MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 3/26 6/2-9-16 Name ami Address Plaintiffs Solicitor MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Building Miami. Florida. 3/2G 6/2-9-16 C. FEU IE. Deputy Clerk, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undeisigneil. desiring t,, engage in buslsess under the fictitious name of Imperial Hotel al \\-:c s W, sth Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. ALBERT SWART/. BELLE SWARTZ MAURICE LEFCOE EDYTHE W. LF.FCOE MYFRS. HEIMAN .VKAPLAN li.'.n Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla. Attorneys for Imperial Hotel" 6/2-9-16 -: %  :; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS BEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Ace Employment Service at 127 N.F. 1st Ave., Miami, intend to register sai.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. SAM GREENBERG NAT LAWRENCE Partners 3/26 6/2-9-111 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Star Liquor Store at 1501-03-03 N. W. 3rd Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. STAR TRADING CO., INC. A Florida Corporation MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 6a" Seybold Bldg. */26 6/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN I III: CIRl i IT i -i U'RT i IF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT N AND Ft HI DADE Ci il \TY. FLORIDA, IN CHANCER1 N MERCEDES K IIAMMON vWALTER LEWIS HAMMOND, I I. lell, I ,llt TO: W VLTER LEWIS HAMMOND, 12U Royal Strei t. New i n ;. in.-. Louisiana, V'Ol" ARK REQUIREH to nerve a IT to th. tint on the plulntlfl and file ti office of the Cl I "in t on or before thi 29 day of .h %  '. In the above enl I tied < au divorce, othcrw i.-. .. 11. Pro Qono 111 be entered [alnsl i ou DATED Una 29 day of Mas. A I •. I.'. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the i 'In u'l Court, (Lirctiit Court s. i By C. R WILSON, Deputy clerk. BMANUEL LEVENSON, Attorney ror Plaintiff, i in; Blscayne Building. Miami 82, Florida 6/2-U-lii-L':: NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Jack Rosen has withdrawn, effective May 22, 1950 from THE COUNTY FAIR AUCTIONEERS, 5861 N. W. 27th Avenue, Dade County, Florida, which will henceforth be continued as a sol., proprietorship by Joseph Welnberg who has assumed all tho liabilities thereof. JACK ROSEN JOSEPH WEINBERG 6/2-9-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 113075. HELEN CONFOKTI. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN CONFOKTI. Defendant TO: JOHN CONFORT I Residence Unknown YOU ARK HEREBY NOTFIED that a suit for divorce has been brought against you by HELEN CONFORTI, and you aro required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, on the Plaintiffs Attorney, and file the original in the office of the clerk of tho Circuit Court on or before the 29 day of June, 1860, in default of which the Bill of Complaint will b taken as confessed against you. DATED this L"I .lav of May. 1950. E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By It. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J TALIANl IFF 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Floi la Attorney for Plaintiff 6/2-0-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged In business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE at 520 West Flagl.r Street. Miami. Florida, and intend to register the said fictitious name in the Office of the Clerk of the circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. REBECCA PORTNOY BELLE GREENBERG CHERTKOF AND KALISH Attomeys-at-law 807-8 Olyrnpla Building Miami. Florida 5/26 6/2-9-111 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA.—IN CHANCERY, No. 133095. AMY RIVKIN, Plaintiff, vs HERBERT DAVID RIVKIN. Defendant ....,, ,_ TO: Mr. Herbert David Rlvkln 175 Beach 79th Street Rockaway Beach, New o>"k YOU ARE HEREBY NoTIr I ED that a Hill of Complaint for Drvor.o has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to servo a CWJ of your Answer to the Bill of Compiaint on the plaintiffs "^roey. ana file the original Answer in the office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Con. on or before tho 28th day of June, 1W0, in default of which, the Bill of Complalnt will be taken as confessed aS ^sVVu6 ORDERE1. a. Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 29th OBI of May. 1950. E LKATHK RMAN Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt (Circuit Court Seal) By: M LEO SHEINER Attorney for Plaintiff 1204-05 Pacific Building .Miami 32, Florida I Phone: 82-7674. /2-9-l-23 C. FEK IE. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOB DADE I'OUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 230*2. In Re: ESTATE OF DAVID ZAVON, I i, ceased. To AII Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required t" present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the esla f DAVID /.AVON, deceased. late of DADE County, Florida, to the I Ion W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of DXde County, and file the same in his office in the county courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of tho first publication hereof. Saw claims or demands to contain the legal addict of the claimant and to be sworn to ami presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 1(0 of the 193] Pi..hale Act. Il ile Mav "2, AD 1950. 1 ROBERT If. ZAVON, As Executor „f the Last Wllland Testament of DAVID ZAVON, Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executor 5/26 6 2-'. | -lii NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. OARoTd.NE SANDS. Plaintiff, vs. FREDERICK A. SANDS, Defendant. TO: Mr. Frederick A. Sands, i o Mrs. Eileen Baker, 4203 1Mb AVi Woodslde, l-oiig Island, N. V. YOU ARK HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of complaint In the above cause for Divorce, on the plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before June 21, I960, Otherwise said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Duled this 22 day of Mav, 1950. i: i: LEATHERMAN, Cl.rk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Plaintiff MYERS, Atle rneya fo 650 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 5/86 6/1-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t<> engage in business under the fictitious name of Paradise Dog Food at number 5187 8.W. 8th St., in the City of Miami. Florida, intend to register the sai.l name with the Clerk of the Circull Court of Dade County, Florida. LEWIS II. BRITTAN LEO ROTHSTEIN LESTER TENNEY g/9-16-23-30 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DAI >E COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 17213. RE: ESTATE OF LOUIS NATHAN. I lecensed. NOTICE Is hereby given thai have filed my final reiiorl and pi I in for Final Distribution and Discharge as executrix of the estate of Louis Nathan, deceased; and that on the in day of July. 1950, I will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of sai.l final report and order of final distribution and final discharge as executrix of the estate of. Louis Nathan, deceased, This 1st day of June, 1950. MARY NATHAN MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for executrix (50 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 6 9-16-23-30 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1BIFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. DANIEL D t':LAD.STONE. Plaintiff, vs. I'FUUCLVDSTONE. Defendant. TO-"PEARL GLADSTONE c/o Samuel Knau.r 308 S. 3rd Avenue Highland Park a be-. hereby require 0 „ ,U piamTfrVa.u;rneys; a original Answer il the Bill of Complaint Office Court, of the on or & tjVWW otherwise Will be 'aken ^ a ft -tn?e 8 ^d 8 agau.^ ^ATED tbjs 26 "k&jgkgj 0 Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Sea.^. gTOOBNO. "' Deputy Clerk. STREET & a R !" l SP f 'f ELD Attorneys for Plaintiff Atto By: Leo Greenfield 3,.l Lincoln Rood I ,,„i Beach. Florida 5/2 6/5-12-19 NOTICE OF SALE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 2379 I. in Re: Estate or Theodouloa Kalosols, Di ased. Notice is hereby given thai pursuant to the order of the above Court, dated May 18, I960, a public sal.of the estate's assets, to-wit, a one third interest in the chattels and business known as Pete's Bar B-Q, loci I at 2337 8. W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida, shall he held at 2:00 P.M., Monday, June la, 1980, at 2537 S. W. Sth Street, Miami, Florida, for the purpose of paying the debts of the estate. The sale shall be conducted by the undersigned administrator of the above estate and shall be made for the best price obtainable. Dated: May 23. 1950. AN Dili: AS CIIIUSTODOULOU Administrator HERMAN AND ROSEN Attorneys for Administrator :,02 Blscayne Building Miami, Florida ,-, /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 Casa Malkin Apartments at ",41 13th street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN KLIGERMAN EDITH KLIGERMAN Owners HARRY D1ETZ Attorney for Applicants 6/9-16-28-88 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engs n business under the fictitious name of Playmates Sport Toga at 132 N W, 21th Street, Miami, intend to register saiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LEON B. BROWN SARA L. BROWN SIDNEY' ROBBIN8 Attorney for Applicants urn N. E 2nd Avenue .', 16 1 -'-!'-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undoi-i. : ng to engage In busim -%  llllous i ami of Soda BS x ''-'t" 1 S1 • .Miami. Fla I't' eglstei I Id ,.i the Circuit NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HERBERTS ii & 10 DEPARTMENT BTORE at number 7365 S.W. Sth Street, In the City of Miami. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade County. Florida. HERBERT NUSSMAN J ole Owner MAX R. SEVER Attorney for Applicant 6/9-16-23-30 Court of i' M s MARL 3 26 I Floi Ida INK Cl il. I:\IAN r 'LBE log ants NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In Inisiiies under the fictitious name ..f B. A K. SERVICE STATION at 299 N. W. "ith Street, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with tha Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAYMOND Kiliil'RV VICTOR Bl'I.OS WILLIAM 1. BRENNER Attorney for Raymond Khoury and Victor Bulos 3/26 C/2-9-16 _^^_^ NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S I'III'RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 11894. In Re: ESTATE OF ANNA KORETZKY, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Anna Koretsky. deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of th first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same, will be barred. See Section 120 of tho 1933 lTohate Act. Date May 19, A.D. 1930. HARRY KORETZKY. As Administrator of the Estate of Anna Koretsky, Deceased. ELRY STONE Congress Building Attorney for Administrator. 5/26 6/2-9-16 -^ %  %  % 



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PAGE TWENTY *• Jewish fhrkUair JTUDAY.JUNE, i i 1 l • \\ Dade Federal Savings And Loan Ass'n. Celebrates Double Anniversary Event Saturday. June 17, Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami will celebrate two anniversary events. The main office at 45 Northeast First Ave. is 16 years old, while its Allapattah branch office at 1594 Northwest 36th St. is completing its first year. Although the main office anniversary date is actuallyon May 14. celebration is withheld to join with that of the branch. It was on Juno 18. 194!) when Dado Federal opened the Allapattah branch office and received an unexpected welcome from sidents >t the entire northwi area of Greater Miami. 1812 savings accounts were opened at the branch during the first twelvi hours of business,. Popularity of the "open house" program forced an extension of several wi The results of the first yea proved unusually remark, ill when the siz< I the communii served by the branch are .-. |i r< d. M.uy than 7.500 st< sav :. .'. have savings accounts th branch office, and the is in excess : S2 I SO On October I". 1949, I mpletion : i xtensive alt< :. • ssary by raj gi ov th. Dadi F am office ci lelayed 15th : an "open hoi pi ogran similai to the one h pening. The reset a nati nal sav ingS opem I in lay -.444 new Sctvn ere pi n ssoci ooks that day. A.... :.. pen I use" w as i x-. | | nd 13.000 :.• pened at : • • %  %  m< ConsoliI figures t the tw .: ting 18, 1949 to .1 31, 1950 utsti n I totals. M 21.500 new savings .: • pi n< d in tl %  : • I nd th %  ,: %  %  -1 ph M. Lipton. president Dadi Federal I : the results. "W< of :he fact that ;: and : • pie ai • acsavings habit I: ui pen housi ; grams wi rest ting them n tin vice pres lent; Charles Beatty. vice president ana treasurer; Clifford N. Hughes, assistant secretary and comptroller; Albert C. iElkins, assistant secretary and r; Wm. H. J. Saunders, asy: John R. Butcher, issistant seen tary and Doe AtI assistant cashier. DIM ,.,.i., : | Barr. Irwin M. Cassel, Charles Beatty, Rufus H. Daniel, Gus Feuer, Joseph M. Lipton, Samuel Lipton, G. A. e and Leo Robinson. Th< oublie is invited I i Visit either ol Dade F< l< il'a tw i offices. A spi I ial anniversary gift will be pi "' w no open now savii unts with S10 or more. Joseph M. Lipton I ward security then ws :•."• our advertising d well .-i>< % %  %  in furthering tlje pi ctives of oui • to prom >u thrift. Yes, we are indeed : oud of the 33.000 %  %  tl fty members of JUT wh m iw have total savwith us in an amour. t \ling >_3. 100.000. And u -• pr .. I : ur family of 8.200 home seekers who have wed more than S44.500.000 igh Dade Federal since its %  : n, to build, buy oi i efinai t their own. It :.these savors and borrowers aliki wh have contributed mu I .'...: i the re il and subs:..::::..: \ t h f this great community n as the "Magic City." At the close of business on May 31. Dade Federal's resources were in excess of S27.800.000. and its reserves more than SI.850.000. Ol ler officers besides Lipt n are; Rufus H. Daniel, vice presi.:• ::: nd secretary; Leo Robinson. — %  g Exterior view Dade Federal downtown building. NOW AVAILABLE -HOME USE • ^^ ^*k CONTAINS THl CONTAINS THI MIGHTY "lindane", CHLORDANt, DDT and PYRtTHRINS KILLS ALL! 7 SEH0LD INSECTS A Proven, Effective & Stoinlets Inject Spray leaving a powerful, invisible residue that' kills for weeks. FOR: ANTS, ROACHES. WATERBUGS, TICKS. FLEAS. SCORPIONS, CARPET BEETLES. SILVER FISH. MOTHS, FLIES, MOSQUITOES, GNATS, ETC. MFG AND USED Sold at drug, grocer hardware tad undrt stores t* rot a.ai'aV* at your favorite store call 5 3444 for the Mjrest TH distributor. SO FLMUDA'S lA*OEST tXTERMINATINO CO University Professor To Give Readings The Broadway hit "Born Yesterday" will have its Florida premiere on Tuesday, June 29 at the Delano Hotel. This will be first in a series of dramatic readings presented by Professor Sam Hirsch of the University of Miami Drama Department for Freedom House. Other plays will follow at weekly intervals: "Voice of the Turtle." "Doctor's Dilemma.'" "Finnian's Rainbow." "Golden Boy," "Idiot's Delight." and "A Streetcar Called Desire." Tickets are SI. For further information call 5-9783 or the Delano. I Plan Trip Abroad Mrs. Sam Schai A Quarter Century of Progress in Greater hM4 Kasy liudget Terms —Little As si.00 Per W** NORTON d % MIAMI 500 W. FLAGLER ST Ph. 3-4639 TWO STORES MIAMI BEACH 1454 ALTON'ROAD Ph. 5-5115 Louis E. Pallot" President


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HIH11'!! rrMffinWKnH
tewfch Floridiigun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
CoOJME 23-NUMBER 24
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 16. 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
IJA Hears Lack Of Funds
imits Immigration of Jews
move
CHICAGO, OTA)In response to the emergency situation requiring increased funds to
Tge numbers of Jews out of Rumania and Iraq and other distress centers. Jewish community
crders meeting here at the National Report Conference of the United Jewish Appeal this week
esented a total of SI 1.900,000 in cash to the campaign for settlement in Israel and refuqee aid
ell parts rf the world.
The presentation of these checks brought to a total S53.762.000
e amount of cash that was received by the United Jewish
cpeal since Jan. 1, 1950, it was announced by Judge Morris
iother.berg, national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, who
resided at the closing session of the four-day conference here.
Declaims;
that "for the first
e in the history of the UJA,
Immigration of Jews to safety
hnd security has been drastically
Curtailed because of lack of
funds," the principal resolution
bdopted by the conference urged
[that American Jews be informed
"that campaign results and cash
Ipayments on pledges today are
(tragically inadequate to meet the
plea for the continuation and the
extension of the partnership be-
tween the people of Israel and
the Jews of America which made
possible "the reality of the Jewish
state."
Emphasizing that "immigration
is synonymous with the Jewish
state," Mrs Mycson declared that
no one of us wants to live in a
lcreased needs that have sudden- country which is required to close
ly arisen in the last few months." | its doors to any Jew who needs
To cope with the requirements; a home." In calling for increased
of the new immigration from! financial help. Mrs. Meyerson
Rumania and Iraq, the conference said: "Have we forgotten so soon
adopted the following three-point i what happened to the Jews of
program: Europe who had no means of
1. The continuation, regardless: escaPe from Persecution?"
of any time schedule, of all cam- j In a message addressed to the
paigns throughout the summer (parley, Israel President Dr. Chaim
months in behalf of the UJA. | Weizmann emphasized that the
2. The resolicitation of con- I people of Israel must rely on the
tributors whose gifts have not ] United Jewish Appeal "a* never
before to help us carry the burden
of the holy work we have begun."
Hialeah-Miami Springs Breaks Ground
For New Center Building On Sunday
The Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center will
hold ground-breaking ceremonies for their new building en
I Sunday. June 18 at 2:30 p.m., according to William Kneapler,
I chairman. Members, friends and various dignitaries will gather
I at the site of the structure. 18th St. and East 3rd Ave., Hialeah.
" I The building will house class-
Social Service Unit
! To Elect Officers
At Sunday Brunch
The Jewish Social Service
Bureau will conduct election of
officers on Sunday at 10 a.m. at a
brunch at the Shelborne Hotel.
support of this year's campaign
of the U.J.A. "I am compelled
to urge upon you," he said.
"the greatest effort to convert
pledges into immediate cash,
and to hasten the successful
conclusion of your campaign."
"Israel is confronted with the Toastmaster at the affair will be
greatest immigration crisis of the i "erbelt Scner with. Tom Winter-
steen, executive director of the
Dade County Council of Social
Agencies scheduled as principal
speaker. Reservations for mem-
rooms and a social hall, and will
provide ample parking facilities.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi
Emeritus of Temple Israel and
head of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Florida will deliver the
principal address.
Rev. Philip Fried will deliver
the invocation. Mayor Milander
and Mayor McCarty have also
been invited to be guest speakers.
The actual construction of the
new center will commence im-
mediately.
last five years," Dr. Joseph J. j
Schwartz, director-general of the
Joint Distribution Committee, told
the parley. "The Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, in the first five
months of this year, moved moie
than 54.000 Jews to Israel and
6,000 to other lands." Dr.
bers and guests may be made by
calling the office of the bureau
at 3-5377.
To be recommended for office i
Schwartz reported. By early fall, | on Sunday will be Colonel Elry i National Fund.
l \ I Plans Village
to Honor Truman
BOSTON (WNS)Plans to pro-
ceed with the establishment of a
Harry S. Truman Village in Israel
were disclosed here at a dinner
of the New England Jewish
He added: "The brave people of
Israel suffered and our proud
youth fell not to achieve the
trappings of a state, but to estab- not at all," he added.
lish a haven for our persecuted
and homeless brothers. The recent
lifting of emigration restrictions
in Rumania and Iraq has revealed
thousands of Jews begging us to
accept them. We are still a small
nation with meager resources; we
alone cannot provide for them,
yet we dare not permit them to
remain in
in perpetual soup kitchens and
costly idleness. They need food,
clothing, tents and tools, and they
need them quickly."
President Weiimann ex-
pressed his gratification at the
"devotion and energy" shown
by American Jewish leaders in
measured up to standards of
responsibility set in each com-
munity, so that the millions of
additional dollars so desperately
necessary may now become
| available.
3. The establishment of new,
active cash collection committees
to go forward at once to press for
[the conversion into cash of all
I pledges.
The conference further resolved
[to "issue a solemn warning that
urgent deadlines exist for the
immigration into Israel of Jews
ll.-om Rumania, Iraq, and other
countries." Campaigns now ap-
proaching a climax in 3,400
communities throughout the coun-
try have raised substantially
pore than $54,000,000 received in
leash. However, in most instances
contributors make remittances on
|a year-round basis.
Mrs. Louis Glasser presented
i check for $250,000 from
Miami.
The sum of $3,250,000 was re-
lived from the New York
ltkWISJ?L APPeal: $1,500,000 from
ltieLfhlladelphia campaign;
\llTJ00 from Los Angeles;
IW00.000 from Cleveland; $500,000
KnS *f-10m Boston and Detroit;
[and $2o0,000 each from Rochester,
' r and Newark.
T ,?olda Myerson, Minister of
Kaoor in the government of Israel,
warned the delegates that tens of
If>- j" s of Jews now clamoring
ulUdmisslon to Israel faced the
isame fate of annihilation that
lin m^ large "umbers of Jews
!}". Nazi-dominated Europe, if
to k ,sforced by lack of funds
'iL "s doors t0 them- Mrs
ofth n referr*l to the struggle
EL t people of Israel to absorb;
IT, Is of Ira1 and Rumania LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) A
*ge set/ JSSfS whic!l "C0Ur,~ resolution proposing that the UN.
^^^ZlX^ Trusteeship Council refer the
* American Jews provide Jerusalem issue back to the Gen
greased material help through eral Assembly, together with the
new Israel plan to place the Holy
Places under a U.N. protectorate
rather than to place the entire
Jerusalem area under interna-
tional trusteeship, was introduced
this week by a number of delega-
tions at the Council session here
at which the Jerusalem problem
rame ud for discussion. .
The Council decided to postpone
Stone as honorary president;
Harold Ungerleider for re-elec-
tion as president; vice presidents,
Judge Harold Spael, Herbert
Scher and Mrs. Stanley Myers;
secretary, Mrs. Matilda Ratner;
trustees. Mrs. Leo Ackerman,
Irving Frankel, Bernard Pallant.
Joseph Gardner and J. Gerald
Lewis.
Ud for election to the board
East declared that a very urgent dPirectors are Leo Ackerman,
wl^^nn^Hn^hJ"I It Mrs. Leo Ackerman. William D.
Jewish Appeal in the rescue oflg. Mrs Aaron F Mrs
the Jews of Iraq. "By decree of, otan\ Mvprs Emil Gould
the Iraq Parliament, ** j fjffij* Aple^Harry^rkin^eon
ing to go to Israel must leave that ,f %,'u ov y,o
he said, the J.D.C. will have ex-
hausted its total anticipated emi-
gration funds for the yearap-
proximately $14,000,000.
"The only immigrants being
brought to Israel by J.D.C. at this
moment are immigrants by
necessity," he pointed out. Dr.
Schwartz, who recently completed
a survey mission in the Near
ing to go
country before
March, 1951, or
A resolution adopted paid trib-
ute to Henry Morgenthau. Jr.,
now recuperating from an illness,
for his exemplary leadership. An-
other resolution assured President
Weizmann that American Jewry
would measure up to its re-
sponsibilities.
American Jewish women con-
Kaplan, Mrs. Morris Skop. Mrs.
Leonard Beldner, Mrs. Nat Levin
and Dr. Erna Klass.
the immigrant camps tributed a record total of $66,000,-
000 since 1946 for the humani-
tarian rescue and reconstruction
programs of the United Jewish
Appeal, it was revealed at the
conference.
DP Bill Passes
Goes to White House
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
Senate this week adopted
compromise Displaced
National Council
Advises D.P.'s
Of New Status
Vice President A 1 b e n W .
Barkley cccepted the honorary
chairmanship in a speech at the
dinner applauding Israel as "the
youngest democracy."
Fred Monosson. New England
chairman of the fund, said
$100,000 toward a national goal
of $500,000 has been subscribed
by New England Jewry for Kfar
Truman fTruman Village).
When informed by Dr. Harris
J. Levine, president of the Na-
tional Jewish Fund of America,
that plans for the village were
underwaysubject to his ap-
provalPresident Truman wrote:
"I received your letter, and. of
course, I am highly honored and
appreciate very much what you
are proposing to do."
35 000 Will Enter
U.S. Under DP Bill
ATLANTIC CITY. (JTA)
Plans for the settlement of at
least 35.000 Jewish displaced per-
Persons
Selective Service
Abolishes Clause
In Questionnaires
WASHINGTON. (JTA) The
National Selective Service System
will drop all reference to race in
the registrant's questionnaire
after the present stock of ques-
tionnaires is exhausted. Rep.
Arthur C. Klein was informed
this week by Selective Service
officials. The Congressman had
previously objected to the dassi- | addition. ^-^.^ M immi.
Final Congressional action on
the new Displaced Persons bill
makes it possible for persons
heretofore disqualified for D.P. | sons who will come to the United
immigration to establish their I States during the fifteen-month
eligibility, since the new qualify- I period beginning July 1 under
ing date is Jan. 1. 1949. j the newly liberalized Displaced
The National Council of Jewish i Persons Act were outlined here
Women, Miami Section, in their | to the 1.000 social workers at-
Service to Foreign Born Depart- | tending the annual meeting of
ment, has. since the passage of the National Conference of Jewish
the first D.P. Act of 1948. assisted I Social Welfare, by Arthur Green-
relatives and interested persons I leigh. executive director of the
to prepare the necessary forms | United Service for New Ameri-
providing individual sponsorship j cans. He also declared that "we
and assurance of job and housing : are now approaching the end of
for eligible D.P's. The office will' the mass immigration program
R^onT^oice^vote" The"" new I continue to give information and which has been with us for the
measure which provides for the assistance in filling out the | most of two decades.
admission of 341.000 DP's up. to J necessary forms under the new, JERlJm (JTA) ,srael
""for gPresident' ^Persons interested should con- military authorities were reported
tact the council office at 3151 this week to be using aircraft to
White House
Truman's signature.
The new bill provides for the Langford
admission of 341,000 DP's who
entered under the Act of 1948. In
some 54,000 "Volks-
Bldg. Forms for the
mandatory semi-annual reports to
the D.P. commission of those dis-
placed persons already admitted
patrol the Israel-Jordan border
where "incidents" in the last few
days involving attempts by Arabs
to infiltrate Israel territory have
are also available at the council | assumed the proportions of real
office. I battles.
Urge Council To Refer Jerusalem Issue To Assembly
*^ .. ____:.* -4 tvi* ;*va frt nrnnaorl ii/ith *ha r?irrtlv rnnpprnpd will be able
cU"itedJewkh AppeaL
self-confidence
owraax and courage
iti ti produce "e timber, the
ham- ,1 pipe> the roads and the
S "?*we must have *> re-
wav to "^rate this new
"e of immigration," she said.
tffii& that xhe Jews ot the
of T^ f^* helPed the people
PenH^el Win their f nde-
S?e 1M8. Israel's fore-
ost woman leader made a strong
time instructing the Secretariat
to prepare a report early on the
deliberations conducted by the
Council with regard to the Jeru-
salem question. The proposal to
refer the entire issue to the Gen-
eral Assembly was supported by
the United States, Britain, France,
Belgium and other countries. It
would have been voted upon im-
mediately if not for a request by
the Philippine delegate to delay
the vote in order to give him the
opportunity to consult with his
government.
The U.S. told the Trusteeship
inetciumuu".-----V* ;,ntil' The U.S. tola me lcubmsmw
^iSi" ?k*weekett the sTmi I Council that it was "impracticable
at this time to proceed with the
implementation of the statute for
Jerusalem" and, in conjunction
with Britain and New Zealand,
proposed that the question be
referred back to the Assembly for
further consideration.
Referring to the Israel proposal
for a U.N. protectorate for the
Holy Places, the three nations
directly concerned will be able
to agree on arrangements for
Jerusalem which would be satis-
factory to them and to the in-
terests of the world community
in that city."
Aubrey S. Eban, Israel delegate
to the U.N. and Ambassador to
/.e U.S., told the Council that the
Jewish state had no objections to
maintained that the Council was deferment of consideration of its
not the place to consider the
merits of this proposal but sug-
gested that it be included in the
Council reports to the Assembly.
U.S. delegate Francis B. Sayre
declared that "it is still our hope
proposal until the Assembly
meets. In fact, lie said, the new
Israel plan had been drawn up
"to illuminate in advance certain
lines along which the General
Assembly might proceed" on the
later in the week.
that the two governments most question of Jerusalem.
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FRIDAY
Ontor* Association IpIvo Counsellors
Orientation Anil Training For Canips
A joint orientation and training
gram for the summer camp
counsellors will be held next
week under the auspices of the
ish Centers Association day
np including the Miami Jewish
C rmnunity Center, the Mi
:' VM & WHA, Flagler-
j Granada and Weal Miami, and
Hialeah, Miami Springs. North
D ide and Opa Locka.
The three-day program will be
held on Tuesday at the Beach Y.
R.>;id: on Wednesday,
at the Miami Jewish Community
Cent :. 450 S.W. 16th Ave.; and
again on Thursday at the Beach
v.
The camp n son will open
on June 26 and will include a
. im of swimming, arts and
crafts, story telling, nature lore)
and crafts, dramatics, music and
. ncing, trips and tours, and
es.
The training sessions will take
>rm of workshops with coun-
sellors participating in all planned
activities.
Information on the camps may
be obtained by calling the Miami
J( \ ish Community Center, at
3-5489. or the Beach Y. at 5-5319.
Gables Center
Starts Projects
For Annual Bazaar
A summer series of bazaar
project meetings sponsored by the
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will be held each
Wednesday afternoon at one
o'clock at the center. Palermo
Ave. near LeJeune Road. In
r
Renah Rahelle Mescheloff, mem-
ber of lhe first graduating class charge IS Mrs. Leo Elman. bazaar
of the Greater Miami Hebrew chairman, the meeting will con-,
Academy, was cited for excell- f"'~ n sewing, knitting & J Tobin Succumbs
c-nce in scholarship. having -'nd crocheting, supervised by Mtf__i. eJm,
earned E's in all her subjects Mrs Max Messer: arts and crafts To Heart Attack Sunday
She received certificates of merit '"y M S.o] l!-P''."- and art A. J. Tobin, 64. president and
Construction got under way on the West Miami Jewish Center, S.W. 17th St. and 57th A I
Sunday afternoon when the first block was placed in position by officials of the center and tU
community. Left to right, Irring Wexler, president; Mrs. Ethel Machtey. record secretary Ma.
Peter Palermo of West Miami, and Tilden Cornblum, past president. Other officers, who werd
stalled with those pictured, are Leonard Kalish. vice president; Mrs. Mery Holly, correspond' I
secretary; Edward Holly, financial secretary, and Louis Brown, treasurer.
BONDED SufaewuiHMH
fERMITE CONTROL
BONDED' GUARANTEE
Due to the excaller.ee of her n ;, lis. Ave.
.- Renah Hahelle "skippod" second annual Mr.
worn nenan rtaneite -skippsd" played at the second annual Mr. Tobin. who was born m
; the seventh grade to the bazaar to be held next season. Russia, came to Miami fifteenl
year The usual Wed] .. n years ago from New York City.
games will continue Active in many communal and
r..r.:h. She is the tweive
old daughter of Rabbi and Mrs.
Mc es Mescheloff.
ighoul the summer.
B'nai H'riili To Cooperate With
Vocational Service Job IMaccincnt
The B'nai E'rith Council of Greater Miami, through its six ,
member lodges, has announced their participation in a job
placement program for new Americans, according to Charles '
R. Jccobson, executive director.
In cooperation with Jewish Vocational Service, the lodges
notifying then members en-:
religious affairs, Mr. Tobin was
' a member of the National Cardiac
Home. Miami Beach Elks. Hibis-
cus Masonic Lodge. Miami Beacn
Civic League. Moose, Beth Jacob
Congregation. B"nai B'rith and
, the Jewish Home for the Aged.
are not
gaged in business to utilize the
various skills afforded by the
new Americans who are becoming
esidents of the Greater Miami
s I I
"It is the community responsi-
bility and our moral responsi-
bility as American citizens to as- !
these newcomers who wish
to integrate themselves into our
Jac ibs in said.
B'rith business men have
to i to phuc tailoi s. meat-
Mis* Miller Graduates
Miss Shirley Millei of 1627 N.W
St., was graduated in the
llltn commencement exercises at
DePauw University, Grei
Ind. "
cutters, seamstresses and skilled
laborers in U>?ir private business
in order to implement this pro-
gram.
High School Girls for Nurse-
maid Jobs and Household
Duties. $15 Weekly
Colored Maids
Good Day Workers $5.00
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Arts and Crafts. Painting. Music. Games. Folk Dancing,
Ceramics. Trips. Swimming Instruction
At lhe Xormailflv Si lion I
under supervision of Mrs. Bert Collier*who has directed the
Normandy School pre-school group for the past five years.
For information call 86-6811 or 82-7867
Leo Huberman, Headmaster 1C21 Biarritz Dr., Miami Beach
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laycees Xante
Sid Davidson
Sid Davidson was elected presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce Monday
night.
Named to the board ot directors
were Marvin Kimmel, Bill Wittan,
Milton Hornstein. Ed Newman.
Roy Siltomer, Mort Podell and
Saul Genet.
Games Party For
Beach B. & P. Group
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Chapter. Hadassah,
j will sponsor a mammoth games
partv on Monday evening, June
126. at 8:30 o'clock, at the Ver-
sailles Hotel, announced Mis3
| Lillian Goodman, chairman of the
\ affair. The proceeds will be for
!the benefit of Israel.
A service pin representing at least 200 hours of work by members of the Women's Auxiliary
L{ Mount Sinai Hospital is presented by Mrs. Max Dobrin, right, honorary president, to Miss Phyllis
Eobo in a special ceremony held at the executive board meeting Wednesday in the Presidential man-
lion of the hospital. Among those who also received pins are. standing, from left to right: Mrs. Saul
Herman and Mrs. William Bernstein; seated, from left to right: Mrs. Camille Baum and Mrs.
Maxwell Hyman.
Others who were given the award include Mrs. Dobrin, Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Aaron Reder,
4rs. Leslie Sale, Mrs. Louis Snetman, Mrs. Barney Weinkle, Mrs. Lewis Stoff, Mrs. I. C. Green-
berg, Mrs. Irving Marcus. Mrs. Henry E. Wolff. Mrs. Herman Boughten. Mrs. David Bass, Mrs.
Joseph Duntov, Mrs. William Farr, Mrs. Emil Isberg. Mrs. Sanford Kramer, Mrs. Harry Hacker,
4rs. Herbert Schwarz, Mrs. Harold Spaet and Miss Elsie Schwabe.
liamians Are Awarded Recognition Berman Bar Mitzvah
v National Conference Coin mission
Commission on Educational Or-
ganizations. __________
IA faculty member and three
udents of the University of Mi-
have been awarded scholar-
lips to New York University's
Apartment of human relations by
Commission of Educational
Irganizations of the National
fonteience of Christians and
ews.
Millar A. F. Ritchie, associate
professor of education will work
owards his doctorate in Human
Rations and the three students,
Jiss Lisbert Lubar of Morris-
own. N. J., Miss Ruth Yonteff
K Xew York City, and E. W.
Bey of Miami will use their
pholarships for graduate work in
he field of Human Relations.
I Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy of the
uversity of Miami presented
h ilarships on bhalf of Dr.
lerbert Seamans, director of the
Irs. Myers Renamed
/elfare Chairman
I Mrs. Stanley C. Myers was re-
jected chairman of the District
Welfare Board at
the annual meet-
ing of the or-
ganization last
Thursday. Fred
B. Hartnett was
named vice
chairman and
also chairman of
the administra-
tion committee.
Mrs. Charles
Carroll will head
,. ,, the social service
W. Myers committee.
[Appeals from staff decisions on
rants lor aid to the blind, old
se assistance and to dependent
aren were heard.
Haven School Is
Project Of Aephi
The Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae
Association has adopted the
Haven School for Mentally Re-
tarded Children as its local project
for this year.
On Saturday evening, June 17,
at 8 p.m., they will sponsor a
swim dance at the Monte Carlo
Hotel for the benefit of the Haven
School. Mrs. Louis Krensky.
chairman of the event, announces
that there will be dancing and
games, as well as monolight
swimming. Assisting Mrs. r.ren-
sky will be Mrs. Leonard Jacob-
son. Mrs. Al Rubin. Miss Lillian
Gross and Mrs. Louise Alpert.
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, dean cf
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae As-
sociation, states that the alumnae
have pledged themselves to furn-
ish a complete laundry room for
the Haven School that will ade-
quately care for the children s
needs. All proceeds from the swim
party will be used for this
purpose. ____________
Perry Allen
Perry Allen
Berman. son of;
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Berman. '
5315 Byron Ave.,
will become Bar
Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, June 17,;
at 10:45 a.m. at!
Temple Beth,
Sholom. Rabbi I
Leon Kronish
and Cantor
ySamuel Kelemer
"'. vill officiate.
M Perry Allen is
a student of the
Nautilus School.
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FRIDAY
JUNE
EDITORIAL
(IohpcI floor*?
The disclosure at the Chicago conference c: the
UJA that a cash total of close to S54.0C0 000 had
'"" '~ised since the incectic- z: cam-
paign was both en< ig and disheartening.
Encouraging because H aave the lie to the innate
peas who u:-:r:=d even no such a tun
''-- [ttair.e- ::-. : .:j3v
twice that sum :s raise;: it will still ba
B-::.;.ent to meet th~- sur:~c= needs in
mated migration M 100,000 Jews
from Eastern Europe and eve: 50.000 from Iraq.
And even :: z way were found to bring them to
Israel the outstanding fad remains that a country
such meager resources as the new state
cannot possibly provide far them house them
and rr.te~rc-:e them into what now is a very
I mited economy. The altitude ir. Israel is thai
mrnigiatiorj :s synonymous with the Jewish state.
Golda Meyerson, Israel'- dynamic Minister of
.: expressed that jtl admirably tVhen
she t< conference no ;r.e z: us wants to
in a country which .; r^'ruirod to close its
docxs to any Few who r.eeds a home." We would
.re :o parap trase that < g >n by saying no
z: uf can live with ~-ozz conscience in this
it Israel may be required to
ise we failed to help keep
'he -Joe: open.
We believe that the Chicago resolution, ad-
mitting that to: the first time in the history of the
UJA immigration z: Jews to safety and security
has been drastically curtailed because of lack
c: rur.ds," should have a .salutary effect on the
American Jewish community. We realize that we
must not forget our own vineyard. But it is basic
humaneness to give priority to greater needs.
etH Mlail And I erity
THE NECESSARY BRIDGE
Europe is a volcano. It certainly is no place for
the remncnts of our people who survived Hitler's
abbatoir.
Let's finish the rescue job. Only then will we
be able to turn with clear heart and mind to
our own vineyard.
The departure of Eliahu Elath to .
post of ambassador of Israel to F *'
England's gain and Americas loss ijM
received not only the esteerr and J, P
American Jewry, but. a* the varioiu!?
in such papers as the New York TW **
York Tribune reveal, he made a^r'fc
pression on the general American oubL '
A new state must be careful In **,*-
Its representatives abroad and it 5. 7*1
tribute to Israel's diplomacy 'hat it, ^
descended on such a man as Eliahu pu
was the best sort of diplomat from the A?
standpoint, because no one cculd t,1?
without respecting the fineness of the ml
the integrity of his character, Su-ci?'
modesty are stamped all over him
In his going however. America is fortune
having his successor in Aubrev Eban then
representative of Israel to the United NatuSTi
Eban has been so much in the oublic eveTJ!
such advantage that praise :s superfluous.
Elath and Eban are two d -,-es'-
was born in Russia, went to Palestine asach
and rose, as it were, from the grass "roots oh
labor to political work. Eban, or. the other ha
is a product of SoutK African Jewish life ba
associated during the war with the British rnilito
sector in the Near East. Coming in divergent *
they both reached the same qoal and dedico
themselves to the same high rrarpose.
So we bid an affectionate farewell to the 6
ambassador to America as he goes to Enqla
and we welcome, as his successor, one who ha
already won his place in the minds and hearts,
American Jewry.
Oneg Shabbat Follows &, & P. llailassaL
Masada Temple Services inMta||s Heads
Masada members and their1
ttend tl !-" lay eve-
: sinning at 7:45
:-. :-'- B'''" Sh :
Foil i the sen the ( i]
I 1 the. residence of
Mrs Hyman S Kaplan. 4625 N
3 = R : : .:-. i Shabl
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North Shore Social
At Martinique Hotel
A meeting followed by a
party, open to members and
': ends, will be held on Monday
at 1 p.m. at the Mart nique H tel
by the North Shore Women's
Chapter of B'nai B'rith. A rep i
on the recent B'nai B'.-nh district 0. ~TZ ~------------
convention will be given bv the stone Home Scene
new president. Mrs. Bernard Qf Flagler-Granada
Holf.r.an. who was present at the e t "****
district meeting Summer Luncheon
Mrs. Herbert Cohen is in charge Second in a series of summer
- luncheons held by the Women's
New officers were installed for
the Miami Beach Business and
ssional group of Hadassah
at the regular meeting held Mon-
day evening.
Lillian Goodman, outgoing pres-
d< nt, wh has served three years.
brief introductory ad-
irass Thi fficers were installed
Mrs Murray Grossman.
Fl rida Region of Ha-
tance address was
M rguerite Marx, in-
"
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orothy Park
Fran n. education: D ra
Ber-
rr.an. i P .:-.- G< rshon,
in Evi .-. Bi wn,
nd medical school: Hil-
'-' .Uth Alihah:
-'- Cypn child wi If ire and
ition: Ceil Cook.
"': ippli -.-: Esther Good-
man. Jewish National Fund:
Rubin, treasurer: Jean
n, public relations: Frances
American affairs: Sadie
Alexander, publicity: Rose Gold-
freshments; Ann Goldstein,
telephone: Connie Siegel. bulle-
tin: Lillian Marx, tourist.
Judge Holland Speaks
At Americanism Program
E. Albert Pallot. observance
chairman for Miami's "I Am An
! American Day." made the open- ,
ing address at ceremonies in Bay-
front Park on Monday. Principal;
speaker was Thomas J. Kelly.
Harvey Seeds American Legion
post commander.
Founder of the observance in
this area. Federal Judge John W.
Holland, spoke as did Mayor
William Wolfarth who extended
greetings from the city of Miami.
Rabb: Max Shapiro delivered the
with the Rev. Daniel
n offering a prayer for
' rid peace. The benediction was
asked by the Rev. John J.
Dru:
LaMoi band furn-
the musical portion of the
Our Film Folk
By LEON GUTTERMAN
Parents Meet Counsellors
Of Center Day Camp
A pre-camp meeting of a'.',
parent children are en-
wish Com-
Center Day Camp will
be held on Thursday evening.
June 22. at 8 p.m.. in the center
lounge. 450 S.W. 16th Ave.
Parents will meet the counsel-
lors and receive full information
regarding the camping program.
committee of threeMrs Haiold
Rus.^e. Mrs. Aron Tubin and Mrs
Sanford Levine. Members are in-
vited to bring their favorite ca-ds
and mah jong sets.
Brandies Winners Hosts
To Hadassah Board
The monthly meeting if the
Miami Beach Junior Hadassah
board took place on Thursday,
June 15. at the home of the
; elected president. Miss
Annette Melich.
Preliminai y plans for thi
apnuj 1 Qri I Junior
con
i: mg .
Pr ibfems," at the home ol M
Activities Committee of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center will be given on
Tuesday at 12:30 at the home of
Mrs. Walter Stone. 100 S.W, 47th
Ave,. chairman of the affair. As-
sisting her will be the Mesdames
Sidney Stiller. Jack Cohen. Sol
Nissmoff, Louis Esloe. Nat Trau-
man and Ben Clein.
A regular meeting of the corrj-
mittee is scheduled for Fndav.
June 16. at the home of Mrs
Joseph Masters. 200 S.W. 51st
Place.
On Wednesday evening the
adult education committee will
' nt a lecture on 'Child
Shapiros Recovering
The many friends and well;
wishers of Sy and Mona Shapiro.
who were seriously injured in a
motor crash while returning from \
their honeymoon in Mexico, will'
be glad to learn that the newly- ,
weds have recovered sufficiently I
to appreciate cards and letters'
from this area. They may be ad-
dressed at the Charity Hospital.
New Orleans 12, La.
me < -mi.-. ,n me mime oi iwrs.
. Marks. 4499 S.W. 2nd St,
A Janici 8:15 am. Future lectuie.-
,; p->n. ledulea for July 6 and 19 an-
- ___ jnpunced Mrs. Herman Feldman.
nabbl Kronish Elected chairman of the committee
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual I
leader oj T mple Beth Sholom, (L Sessions Start June 19
has been-elected as a trustee of The first summer session at the
the Alumni Association of the Univcrsitv of Miami will start on
Hebrew Union College (Jewish' June 19. Registration will take
Institute of Religion). The annua.
'lection of the organization was
neld in Cincinnati during the 61st
annual convention of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis.
place June 15. 16 and 17. The
second semester begins July 31.
A teachers' training session is
scheduled for July 1, to end
August 15.
The largest turnout in Will
liamsport history8.235was on
hand for the first Booster Night'
of the season, sponsored by B'nai
Erith. May 17. Actuallv. more
than 11.000 tickets had been sold,
;rtt1- event The old Park record
Ol 8.1.4 was set at a V.F.W. night
rV^t1: N:" H,lman- coach of the
i j basketball team was sched-
uled to participate in pre-game
ceremonies at Bowman Field, but
ame entangled in traffic
outside the park and bv the time
inside the enclosure the
festivities were completed.

Talking about Holman. the
venerable City College basketball
mentor has been getting a heavy \
,hV ilr"\> th sPcak,nR bureaus I
and he advertising agencies. His!
mL. CfUp has been an endorse- i
,nntor .one the nation's1
leading cigarette brands with I
Sase advertisements in na-
tional publications.
HOLLYWOODHumor today.
i like the times, is "mechanized,
urbanized, and produced in such
quantity it's downright chaotic,"
' laments comedian Fred Allen.
"The real humorist is fast disap-
l pearing." Fred complains sourly,
"and machine-gun humor, like
the automobile, is turned out on
' the assembly line."
Ask about the future of humor.
Allen says the question really is.
"Will we slow down tomorrow?"
"All humor should be created
and disseminated in an atmos-
phere of relaxation." he -
"There should be time to think
humor. Maybe, with man working
fewer h iurs In the day and find-
ing more leisure, the quality will
improve."
Speaking of broadcasting. Fred
says, "while so-called radio
humor flows unceasingly, it has
lost all spontaneity. The king of
airwaves, the comedian, is rarely
more than a mouthpiece for his
writers too many comedians
survive on the brains of other
people: radio's so-called wit tends
to be the product of tired gag
writers and hectic gag sessions .
radio comedians are the victims
of the times; radio is a medium
that demands more so-called
humorous material than there are
creative minds to supply it."
About television as a source of
new humor. Fred says. "So far
it is only a throwback, reviving
the vaudeville approach to every-
thing, from mugging to puggling.
But who can tell? Television is
doing such great things in drama,
who knows it may find the answer
to what is lacking in American
humor today?"
Humor, according to Allen, is!
factor in man's make-up i
I being funny. nd the long what'sI
the hurry, a:agged-out humorous!
i story shrank to the short snappy {
1 gag."
All. th -.. is not black in|
Fred's view. 'Laughter is the
privilege of the free." he sa^s.
"The solace '. '-"e oppressed
maybe if v r. :.nd a common I
I bond in hu I rtop the fussin',1
fightin' an n' in the workU
we might laugh our in
into pe.i the final analyst!
laughter is l '.nguaal
' of mank:r. -|
and then I by the waa
of men."
Miami Jr. Hadassah
j Plans For Summer
The M I J'J"*
Hadassah
plans at a bei arty to beh*
:at the home : -- Qaynelg
i 1875 S.W. 16th Terr., on Sunftf.
1 June 25, at 8:30 p.m.
Miss Moss. Israel p.'oje*
chairman of the unit, extffll
' an invitation to ail young aduM
in the area. All proceeds goj
l Meier Shfeyah. the children
'village in Israel, that Jun*
, Hadassah supports.
The highlight of the even*
will be a comedy presented
the girls, under the leaders!*
of Miss Elaine Sachs.
The committee, headed by M
Moss includes the Misses bam
Miriam Scheinberg. Le J"
Shirley Friedman and Ritan^
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JAY. JUNE 16' 195
*Jenistifk>ridliairi
PAGE FIVE
|rs. Rosemary
[apian Heads
,bor Zionists
Mrs. Harry
Faber was installing
Obituaries
MRS. LENA KURZROK
71. of Oil B.W. 38th Road, pause
awaj recently. Bhe i-ame to Mian
11 yean ago from New fork wrhei
the retnuliiH were Ben) bj liorilnn'
h'uneral l lome for -.1 > lee* ami Intel
ment. Surviving are a daughter. Ml>
Esther Kursrok, of M ami; two son
a brother and a Bister,
Ratner Annual Scholarship Is Awarded
To Kenneth Sher; Goes To Camp Yavneh
a meeting of the Labor
i uncil of Greater Miami
was held at the home of
MRS. JENNIE GOTTFRIED
SO, "i 1580 Wesl Ave., passed away
lasl week In .. local hospital. Mrs.
Gottfried who came here from New
1 '"i k rn:. has been a residi m for 11
years. Survivor* Include hei hu
.lullu-; two daughters, Mrs. Isabel!
I'hillips and Mrs Ernestine Nelson,
lnth of Miami Reach; a sister and
three brothel 8. Sen Ices i con-
ducteil in Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Miami Beach, with interment in Mt.
.Win. (Yin.l.i y.
The scholarship committee of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
id' Greater Miami announces the
award of the annual Charles A.
Ratner Memorial Scholarship of
$300 to Kenneth She.-, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Sher of 2111
/ ternary Kaplan
L Israel Shapotf, 318
I
i installed were
R Kaplan, president;
f, .v. vice president;
g : tn asuri i ; Mrs.
I : sponding sec-
l! .; 5. Bertha Sootin,
I
i,. was presented
.. duI : ing p.
B
HARRY FATEL
r.s, (.f il'l'I s.W. 12th Ct., i> ed
away recently. He had been a
resident here for M years and was
associated with the ABC Paper Bug
Manufacturing Company. The remains
were senl to Newark, N. .1. by the
Gordon Funeral Home.
ISADORE CUPINSKY
68, a Miami resident for seven
I years, passed hwrj recently In a
local hospital. II.' came t.> Miami from
New Haven, Conn., ami resided a1
tUS s.w. iii;ii his wife; two s"ii~. foui sisters, three
brothers, Services were held in the
Gordon Funeral Home- with interment
in Mt. Nabo Cemetery.
BESSIE SOBEL
of 9182 Harding Aw. Surfslde,
passed iniji list vw.-k. Bhe Is sur-
vived by her daughters ISthel Orob-
Steln and Ruth Goodman. Services
were held at the Beach Memorial
Chapel, 1850 Alton Road.
ISADORF. F. KAHN
:,s. i,i' 2763 N.W. 13th St., passed
away recently. Ii- .'am.' t.< Ml
13 yeai
\ Ivors in. lude li' wife, I. I I ii
Han ''.
s.i \ Ices were It
Chapel with li In
i '.'in i I'J
JULIUS PALMER
i N.W.
. two >. ur
ii-
.-.... i i i. .
M.ni.,1 i ftVst I St.,
. M
i 'i in.
a period of five years by Mrs.
Matilda Ratner in lun.il uf her
husband to stimulate young
people to intensify their Jewish
education. It was Mrs. Ratner's
hope that others would join in
Betting up similar funds to send
our Jewish youth to Jewish camps
las a supplement to their regular
religions education in Greater
Miami.
The scholarship committee con-
sisted of Rabbi Murray Gram r.
chairman, Sidney Greenberg. Mrs.
Matilda Ratner, David Isen, Hy
, Pomerantz and Louis Schwartz-
man.
n n h v Presents
I Husual Program
In Musle-Art
Tlie music and art comm I
of the Beach YM & WHA will
present a program on Thu
June 22. at 8:30 p.m. Two ab-
stract color films dealing with
the artists reaction to music will
be exhibited, followed by the
rendition i I musical theme
The audience will be invil
sit at an easel and draw their
impressions of the music. Pr -
fessional artists, art student- and
the general audience will parti :-
pate. There will be no adm '
charge.
Rabbi Ever Leaves
|For New York Trip
li. Ever, spiritual
jeadi Knesi '.li Israel Con-
El ii Beach, left last
New York on vaca-
: weeks.
He will attend the unveiling of
monument to the memory of
is father, Hyman Joseph Ever.
dm Sunday. June 25.
While in New York Rabbi Ever
Will make arrangements with
publishers regarding his two new
volumesone "Sermons on the
Portion of the Week" and the
second volume, "Rabbis and
Rabbinate in American Jewry."
Rabbi Ever is also the author of
|*The Biography of Rabbi Judah
TH. Levenberg" and a more recent
volume Holiday Symbols."
Upon his return from New
ft'oik liabbi Ever will edit a
ABRAHAM J. TOOIN
64, presldi nt and i i< ** '<
[Tp Bottlln Ci mj of Mian
i| roliovt n
.....i.in- nt I home, i:1 I.. s
li wai I- in In Ru
I am.- CO fr.nu
\. n y0|-k 'Its. Active In many cm-
linunal and re IrIou* affairs, Mi
was a member ol the Nation il i r Home; Ml.....i Beach Elks; HlbWcus
Masnnli I. >dse; Miami Bench Ivlc
1 ami.-. Moose; Beth Jacob tons
ti,,; nnai B'rlth and the Jowlsh
Home for the Aged.
Survivors Include his wife, Rebecca,
a son, Sherman; a daughter, Mrs.
Harriet Markow; Wo staters. Mlas
Tabachnlck and Mrs. I'aiiln.^ Hooh-
Uck; and a grands..... Kenneth robin.
Services were held Tuesdaj ;-i the
Miami Beach Riverside Chapel with
Rabbi Moses Meachelofl c.ffi.iatiiu;.
Interment took place In Mt. Neoo
Cemetery.______________ .
monthly bulletin entitled "The
Voice of Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation" and will also include
articles of the progress of Traa-
itional Judaism in the United
States. _____
Kenneth Slier
S.W. 21st St.. Miami. Kenneth
Sher will go to Camp Yavneh in
Northwood, N. II.. where he will
enrich his knowledge of Hebrew
and general Jewish experience
before entering the Hebrew High
School in September.
Th, Ch ii les A. R itm r Mi i
ilarship wai established for
Cora! Gabies Cong.
Installs imscers
The celebration of th
annivi oi the oi
, Firsl .1 Congregi
' .
tion of the ofl
will be conducted jointly S
day i vening, June 17 al the
Gabli s v.' men's Club, I
de Leon Blvd. and Santillane
Ave. .
'Officers to be installed are:
lent, Abraham J. Maloff;
vice presidents. Sam Rabenowich,
Abraham Hun iwitz; recording
secretary. Arthur Borok;
sponding secretary. Arthur Seid-
Barson; treasurer. Benjamin Z.
Friedman; chairman board of di-
ner; financial secretary. Murray
rectors, Arthur Deutsch. The
installing officer will be Munroe
Gelb.
A musical program has been
arranged with Mrs. Alice Fisher
Levine, concert pianist and mem-
ber of the University of Miami
Orchestra and Pierre Mande, eon-
cert violinist, as guest artists.
Refreshments will be served by
the Sisterhood. Dancing will
follow.
Residents of the Southwest sec-
tion of Miami. Coral Gables and
the surrounding communities are
invited to attend the installation
festivities.
Mr. H. Zaidman
Wishes to thank his many old and new
customers for their enthusiastic response to
the announcement of the re-opening of his
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+Jeist>Fk>rkliori
Unites
The betrothal of Arlene Betty
Levine to Marshall I. Stein, son
of Mr.* and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein.
3322 Chase Ave., has been an-
nounced by her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Levine. of Rockaway.
L. I.
Shower Tendered
KosIvn Kivel
Honoring bride-elect Roslvn
KivSl, Mrs. Bernard Olin of 1646
S.W. 14th St.. gave a shower in
her home on Saturday. June 10. ception was held in the reception
Roslvn is a teacher at the Hebrew hall of the center, which was
Academy. j decorated with pastel shade
The wedding has been set for
June 25th at the Atlantis Hotel.
, Double Ring Ceremony
Rita Weiss To Bernard Hohenberg
In a double ring ceremony Sunday night, May 28, Rita
Weiss became the bride of Bernard L. Hohenberg, at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated and
Cantor Jacob Goldring assisted.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss.
1650 S.W. 21st St.. Miami. The
matrons of honor were Mrs. Carl
P. Coleman of Brookllne. Mass..
sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs.
Elliott C. Cohen of Miami Beach.
sister of the bride.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
[ Otto Hohenberg of Crestwood. N.
' Y.. had for his best man. his
brother-in-law. Carl P. Coleman
of Brookline. Mass. Ushering were
Dr. Elliott C. Cohen of Miami
Beach, brother-in-law of the
bride. Alvin Magolnick and Jack
Zilin of Miami, cousins of the
bride. Robert Goldstein and
Harold Goldstein of Miami, and
Milton Kelner of Miami Beach.
White rose-point lace with
fitted bodice and cathedral train
fashioned the bride's gown. Satin
leaf applique embroidered with
seed pearls outlined the illusion
neckline and bouffant hipline.
The same pattern was used in
the Queens Point Crown. The
three-quarter French illusion veil
fell in scallops. The bride carried
a deep-throated white orchid set
in a bouquet of lily of the valley.
Following the services a re-
Personally SpealTTnT^
Florence Pritt is now on vacation in New Y0 k.
* *
Edward Newman of Riverside Memorial Cho l
the past week-end for Chicago where he will left \
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce as rejjreseal
the national convention to be held there from thi?!l8*
the 18th. He will also represent the State SS i*S
president. Whiln in Chi, u_ ytees whirl
VJQ|
Tootoy-Myron
Mrs. Bernard Hohenberg
flowers and palms.
For her daughter's wedding.
Mrs. Weiss wore brown lace with I
bead trim outlining the flesh Weiss \ll|)tiiil
illusion yoke, adorned with green *
orchid corsage. Mrs. Hohenberg. Plans Completed
mother of the groom, chose pale
is vice president. While in Chicaqo he will
directors meeting of the Nationai Funeral Diw*L2
12. From the "windy city" Mr. Newman will travel V* I
where he will spend some time with his brother Am u '
ally known photographer, and see for the first time mT
Eric Allen, who was born last month.
* **
Mrs. Fred Newman, 2008 West Flaqler St h
from New York City after an extended vacation' soem Si.
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Newm
her new grandson. While in the north Mrs New*
Atlantic City and Connecticut. raan
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Solomon, 16 Minorca Avp la
ly for New York to attend the wedding of their dauoS
Faith to Sanford Rafkin on June 25 in the Woodstock r2
The newlyweds will honeymoon in Canada and will ik 3
their home in New York. Ui toen **
* +
Mrs. Benjamin Gallinson and daughter Sarah have .
for Passaic, N. J., following sue months at Miami Beach.!
companying them will be Zena Liban. 1425 Collins Ave n
will be their house guest for several months
* +
Mrs. Gilbert J. Ballon and children Joan Liberty and
are visiting their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. F
in Cincinnati.
* *
Mrs. Ned Green left Monday to spend several weeb
New York.
* +t
Mrs. L. Szerlip, Floridian staffer, had as her house nfl
this week her brother, Howard J. Berman. of Brooklyn. Jt
guest
Mrs. Lillian Rich. 1732 Collins
Ave.. has announced the be-
trotha of her daughter Norma to
Richard Goldberg, son of Joseph
Goldberg, of Chicago. An en-
gagement brunch took plaec
recently at the Sans Souci. The
bride-to-be. who came to Miami
from Lawrence. L. I., was a
student at Brenau Academy
where she was a member of
Sigma Beta Delta. A fall wedding
is being planned.
WALTER JACOBS
Honig. sister of the groom, will
be matron of honor and Milton
i Weiss, brother of the bride, will
serve as best man. Kay and Alexa
Weiss, nieces of the bride will
be flower girls.
Following the ceremony there
Will be a dinner for the guests. '
The bride, daughter of Mr. and i
Mrs. J. R. Weiss of 1748 Biarritz
Drive, is principal of South
Beach Elementary School. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Liebman of 1004 Meridian
Ave.. noted for his work in
Zionism and for his legal aid on'
the Code of Fair Standards.
Silverstein-Wranch
In ceremonies at the home of
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry [
Wranch. 1042 S.W. 9th St.. Joseph j
Wranch was united in marriage '
to Miss Ruth Silverstein on May '
26 in the presence ol the immeai- I
ate family. Rabbi Simon April
officiated.
The father of the groom has
since passed away.
* *
Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, of 2101 S.W. 21st St., is convalescing
at home following a serious illness at Jackscn Memorial Hospital.
* *
Mrs. Gus Jacobson and daughter Alice have qone to Hen
York where they will visit her family for several weeta.
Baby's appetite tells you:
f
grey silk with lace insets. She Plans for the wedding of Miss ------1~-mm
wore an orchid corsage. : Malvina Weiss and Seymour j Herman accompanied by his wife and six year old Susal
Mrs. Coleman's pale pink mar- Liebman are now complete. The Elaine, expects to return shortly to spend the summer,
quisette gown had flower burst ceremony will take place in the -fc -fc *
appliques with crvstal bead em- presence of members of the im- ., ... _,, .
broidery on bodice and skirt. She mediate families on the afternoon Mr- and ** Charles Adelman have as their hoi_.
carried a white carnation bouquet.' of June 25 The scene of the wed- j Mrs. Adelman's mother, Mrs. M. Klugmar., of Savannah. Mr.
Mrs. Cohen was in mauve-pink ding will be the home of Mr. and j Klugman will join the family on Thursday and will return to
marquisette with a three tiered- ; Mrs. Milton Weiss at 4800 Lake- Savannah with Mrs. Klugman after a visit of several weeks
skirt of gold lace and featuring a view Drive.
cape effect of the same material. [ Rabbi J. Honig and Rabbi M
She carried a cascading bouquet I Mescheloff will officiate. Mrs. J.
of white carnations.
During the evening Mrs. Harold
Cohen sang "At Dawning." a
song traditional at weddings in
the bride's family. Mrs. Alvin
Stern kept the guest book.
Among out of town guests were
Mrs. H. Shapiro and Miss Bessie
Wolfson of Chicago, aunts of the
bride; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kaminoff
of Orlando: Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Teicher of New York and Philip
Rubin of New York.
After a wedding trip to Ashe-
ville. N. C. and the Smokey
Mountain Region .the couple will
live in Crestwood. N.Y.
For travelling, the bride wore a
blue faille suit with red and blue
embroidered blouse and blue and
white accessories.
The bride is a graduate of
Miami High School, being a
member of Thespians. Dramatic
Honorary Society, Art Honorary
Society. National Honor Society
and also served as art editor of
the Year Book. At the University
of Miami, she was chosen "Miss
University of Miami" for 1947.
She concluded her studies at
Barnard College. Columbia Uni-
versity,
Hertz Bar Mitzvah
Ronald
Mr. Hohenberg is a graduate of
Quernmore College. Bromlev
Kent. England, and Ecole Polv-
techinique. Montreal. Canada He
is a member of Hohenberg Co
Inc.. of N..-.v Y.ik and Mont:.
Landau Chaoter Card Party
The Clara Hirsh Landau Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Young Women
will sponsor a card party at the
Cadillac Hotel on Monday evening
at 8:30. Proceeds will go toward
chapter projects
of Lord Tarleton Hotel. Miami
Beach, and Lake Tarleton Club.
Pike. N. H.. says: "As a resort
hotel operator. I know what it
takes to create and maintain a
good business when you're deal-
ing with vacationers and tourists,
snd f-"~i my observation I know-
that FARR TOURS has every
qualificationand their record as
a travel agency prooves that the
public, too, knows this."
Jay
Hertz, son of Mr.
ind Mrs. Irving
Hertz, will be-
come Bar Mitz-
-ah on Saturday
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HDAY. JUNE 16, 1950
+Jmlsti fkrkliari
tcolofs Leave
In World Cruise
I U and Mrs. Joseph Sbcolof of
Li SW 16th Ave., Miami, are
Lv,ne by plane Monday, June
,a i" Havana where they will
PAGE SEVEN
mi
Joard the S.S. President Monroe
Fhich loaves Havana June 20 for
four month cruise around the
laid.
J Mr. Socolof. who recently cele-
Irattd his 80th birthday, came
r Miami to retire 11 years ago
|ut )rat been one of the most
Jctive builders and real estate
jptratois in this area during thai
Ime. He was the founder of the
Ereet Life Foods Corp. of New
fork which is still one of the
fcrgest wholesale grocery organ-
Eations in the Metropolitan area.
Jhis firm was organized by
Joseph Socolof more than 50
pars ago and at present his son,
|arry Socolof, is president of that
rm..
Aside from his' business activi-
fis Mr. Socolof is actively in-
rested in many social agencies
ich as the Greater Miami Jewish
pome fur the Aged. Mrs. Socolof
been an officer and active
lorker in the National Children's
lardiac Home for many years.
JTheir cruise itinerary includes
istobol, Balboa, Los Angeles,
fen Francisco. Honolulu, Yoko-
fcma. Kobe. Shanghai, Hongkong,
lanila. Singapore, Bombay, Suez,
l&rath;. Port Said, Alexandria,
"i -. Genoa, Leghorn and
< illes,
8
u rattle's
SuasAuu. 'fasAtoos
Special
Purchase!
FAMOUS
MARKSMAN
PIPES
FORMERLY WERE 5.00!
IMPORTED BRIAR!
1
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urdmes comes up with a
IP-value sale one week be-
Pe Father's Day! Famous
Vanty Marksman pipes of
^Ported briar, carefully se-
F'ed, aqed and polished.
^SELECTION OF STYLES
"eludes all the most pop-
ular masculine pipe de-
signs! *^
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against cracking or burn-
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Burdine,
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Personally Speaking
* *
ZMmM+Fi **?*! Mfyer KeiUon- 2252 S.W. 22nd Terr left bv
Seddina8ofWtteVroNr !"&?* Where theY wiH attend S
Mr an I Mrs Loui* S, K M'SS I6' S,ernber9- daughter of
W 95 Th hrT S,ernbera' at ,he Waldorf Astoria Hotel on
^^^StSV^ CnneCted Wl,h ,he KeilS0n Adve"is-
* *
Mr. and Mrs Alfred Gottesman have returned from their
a? ^Xli^S ^ ^ "* ******* -
* *
JSMU,hF,allsbu^g,wi11 be lhe summer vacation spot for Mr.
SSlfrM^ Wh ,hQVe left ,heir win,er residence
at 1233 10th St., Miami Beach, for the popular New York resort.
* + +
Roberta Joyce Bermann left Miami by plane last Friday
for New York. She is now the house guest of Mr. and Mrs M
Cohen, of Belleville, N. J. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J.
Bermann are spending a week at Duncragqan Inn, Henderson-
ville, N. C. The Bermanns reside at 730 S.W. 26th Road.
* *
Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, 1425 S.W. 5th St., has left Miami
to attend the graduation of her daughter Diane from Temple
University, Philadelphia. While away Mrs. Predinger will visit
relatives and friends in New York and Atlantic City.
* +
Aaron Aberback left last week for his summer home in
Bradley Beach, N. J. He will return to Miami Beach in September.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldman will be guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Harrison in Washington, D. C.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick and their son Michael have
returned from a week's trip to Cuba where they visited their
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Habif and Abram Dworin, of
Havana. Other cities visited included Cardenas, Matanzas,
Varadero Beach and Batabano. The trip was in celebration of
Michael's graduation from the University of Miami with a degree
of B.B.A. He is now attending law school. Mr. Zukernick is a
prominent Miami Beach attorney.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretzky are leaving for their summer
estate in Walden, N. Y. After spending a month there they will
travel to California.
* *
Charlotte Pritzert leaves on the 16th with her children to
visit Richmond and Philadelphia.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. A. Acker and daughter will leave soon for
Philadelphia to join their father, A. Balsham who will spend
the summer there.
* -fc *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell, 936 W. 42nd St., Miami Beach, have
left for Chicago. They expect to remain in the north during
the summer.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise, 608 S.W. 18th Ave., who formerly
operated Al Wise's Men's Shop on Flagler St., left by motor
this week for a trip to California. In San Francisco they will
visit Mrs. Wise's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Verne
Folts. After leavinq the West Coast the Wises will visit relatitves
in Ohio, Pittsburgh and New York City. They expect to return
to Miami in September.
* *
Leaving by motor this week are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank,
operators of the C & W Sandwich Shop, accompanied by their
sons Robert and Herbert. They will attend the Bar Mitzvah of a
nephew in Newark, N. J. The family will remain in the north for
a month, dividinq their time between New Jersey and New York.;
* *
Carole and Sammy Ciralsky, children of Mrs. Alfred
Gottesman, will spend the summer in Toledo, Ohio, and Detroit,
Mich. In the fall they will enter schools in the north.
* *
Mr and Mrs. Isaac Mannheimer have just departed for
Detroi; to visit their dauqhter Ethel. Thereafter they plan to visit
Israel again and tour Europe. Mrs. Mannheimer is a director
of the Mannheimer School at Miami Beach.
* + *
Mi- and Mrs. A. Cantor and family of 3150 S.W. 4th St.,
will spend the summer in Hendersonville. N. C. returning to
Miami September 1.
Mrs. Eva Geringer, 4397 Michigan Ave. left this week for
New York to visit the bedside of her sister who Is BextouslyU
While there she will also spend time with her children. The
date of her return to Miami is indefinite.
Early vacationers at Duncraggan Inn, "^X^^auahfer
include Mrs Harry Wohl. accompanied by her daughter
Cohen; Mrs. Harriel Colemon and^EI. Solomon.
man whohastemho,"**% Mon.reol. Miss Brotman
lications and feature write'J" *VJJ musical activities.
Brotman is better known '"'his area tor overnment
During her northern visit she_wdl smg a Canadi*n citie8.
concert in Ottawa and also in several u
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berger, of 1801 N.W. 18th Terr., have
announced the engagement of their daughter Lillian to Bernard
Saffer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer. of 1425 S.W. 18th St.
Miss Berger attended schools in New York City; Mr. Saffer
graduated from Miami High School and attended lhe University
of Florida and the University of Miami. He is president of the
Jack and Jill Caterers. Inc.
The wedding has been planned for late summer.
!!

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their 25th wedding anniversary, held at lhe Masonic Temple.
Hibiscus Lodge, on June 6. More than 400 guests joined in
congratulating the couDle, including members of the lodge, friends
and relatives. The Elgisons reside at 821 Jefferson Ave.. Miami
Beach.
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fjewisti flcrktiati
David Browns Return
From Son's Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown have
just returned following a vaca-
tion in Hot Springs. Ark., where
they attended the wedding of
their son, Stanley Lawrence
Brown, to Madeline Edna L ek-
wood. daughter of Mrs. Flora
Lockwood.
The ceremony was held on May
28 at the Arlington Hold with
Rabbi Martin Weitz officiating.
Mrs. E. Charles Eichenbaum. ol
Little Rock, sister of the bride.
provided the wedding music.
The wedding gown W a 8
fashioned of champagne net with
matching hat; the bride carried
a bouquet of white orchids. Mrs.
Lewis Goltz. another sister, was
matron of honor. Miss Peggy
Eichenbaum was bridesmaid with
Rosalind and Susan Goltz acting
as flower girls. Jack Brown was
best man and ushers were Ben-
jamin Weiner. Lewis Goltz and
Irving Getzag.
A breakfast followed the cere-
mony after which the couple left
f : a honeymoon in Mexico City.
Upon their return they will reside
in Miami where the groom op-
erates the Villa D'Este Hotel.
Out-of-town guests from Miami
included Mrs Benjamin Wein
sistei : :!. acciimpanii
by Mr. Weint r and famil .:
Brown, Irving Gel
and Mi and Mrs.
Swerdlin.
Dr. Marqult Speaks On
Sex Side Of Life
Si >
Sui
Sex S
I ] 10I '
A !-
Hy|
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to at tend tl
ng b; .'
ng ';' -'. Wel-
Fund.
Mamber, Lister Join
For Law Partnership
Milton Mamber and Bennetl M
Listei have announced the form-
ation of a partnership to be known
..s Mamber and Lister, attorneys-
at-law. Mr. Mamber was formerly
ass ciated with Melvin Richard
v. hile Mr. Lister was affiliated
with Ben Essen. Offices of the
new firm are located at 350 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach.
Mr. Mair.be: : .- at 1000
idian Ave.; Mr, Listei at 5237
Alton Road.
Sheldon Lulchuk Joins
Essen In Law Offices
Sheldon N. Lelchuk announces
that he is now engaged in the
practice of law in association
with Ben Essen, with offices in
the Seybold Building.
Mr. Lelchuk was formerly en-
gaged in practice in the Sterling
Building. Miami Beach. A grad-
uate of the University of Miami
Law School, he is a member of
Nu Beta Epsilon honorary legal
fraternity, the Florida Bar As-
sociation, and Coral Gables Zion-
ist District.
Phillip H. Rubi.n who has
graduated from the Parsons
School of Design, where he spec-
ialized in interior design and
from Ne-v York University with
a B.S. from the Schcol of Educa-
tion. Mr. Rubin also is the
recipient of a B.A. degree from
the University of Chicago. After
spending te month of Jure with
hif parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Rubin. 2353 S.W. 5th St., v
will return to New York City or.
July 1,
NortV Shore Sisterhood
- jucts Swim-Dance
Sisterho
-
. swim-danci p rty to '
lay, Ju
missioi I
n to men ; :
William Baros' .
Announce Birth
Mr. and Mrs. James William
Baros Jr.. T473 Stratford. Uni-
versity City, Mo., announce the
birth Ol their son on Monday,
June 12. at the Jewish Hospital
,i! Saint Lou:.-. Mrs. Baros Is the
[rene Jacobs, daughter of
A!: and Mrs Norman D. Jacobs.
Th. -1 grandparents are
Mi. and Mrs. J. William Baros,
long time residents of Miami.
The new edition to the very proud
families also has great-grand-
parents residing in Greater Miami
Samuel Cohen. 334 N.W. 2nd
Ave. and Samuel Baros, 412
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach.
NBC Symphony Stars
William Kapell, Pianist
William Kapell. brilliant young
American concert pianist, nephew
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. founder
and chairman of the Spinoza Out-
door Forum of Miami Beach, will
be soloist with the NBC Sym-
phony. Sunday evening. 8:30.
Last week young Kapell played
before 35.000 people, at Ebbet's
Field in Brooklyn. It was the
second annual "Music Under ine
Stars" concert sponsored by th
Ai erican Fund for Israel Insti-
tutions to aid eighty-nine cultur-
;. : nd religious organ-
:. :. I
ng al the >'..
. m ml h. William
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fill a bus; A
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N '.. nal Fund.
JWV Honors Sokolow
A ten-year pin was awarded
this week to Herman Sokolow
bv the Miami Beach Jewish War
Veterans Post No. 330. The pre-
sentation which was made by
Past State Commander Hy Morris,
was given for "being a member
in good standing for the past
10 years."
=rJ5E^NE16.|
Wolfson Re-Elected
.Mitchell Wolfson "7
the Wometco Theatr^
re-elected national repreZj
of the Theater Owners of?^
at the fifth annual meet 7?"
Motion Picture *S ^
Florida held this wSft?
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1594 NORTHWEST 3Stii STREET
beginning ..
SATURDAY, JUNE 17th
#^e5 A !>. rial anniversary gift ..ill 1m- preaenletl In e* ',
n'. aa.rr who oper.' sating* arrwun. of 110. or more at eillirr ..f
our l-o con.enirnt office*.
Begin timf todmy for yomr importanl lomorroari Open an in-ur..!
aa.ioga arrounl for .ouraelf anil Cor the meaabera of .our faanjlt .fao
doo'l luve oaw ooi.. la.itc taar neighbor! awl frieoa* lo >oio >ua IB
Ik* frieodl, UAOE FEDERAL FAMILY loo!
. SIXTF.F.X YEARS AGO, on Mat It. mVm
than a year after the Coaneaa of the I nited tt I
enactcd'a law authorizing the chartering in perpelattj
of a eyetem of Feden. Savin-- ami I oan \-.. uiioni,
y.-ur DADE FEDERAL began lervina the need, ol
the people in the Greater Miami area. Lnderfl.
charter DADE FEDERAL ha- two Important M*
liona to perform ... (1) Of promotion o/i*n/l,ai
(2l sound, economical home financinf ''"' '"""" '''
coneiateaN and sub-tamial growth ol your im!**1
ia the direct result of public confidence. fri'adi,
efficient service and the fact that it .- COOperalW
community organization.
...0\E YEAR AGO, on June. 18. WM^*"
"FEDERAL opened iia ALLAPATTAH BR.OCT*
Bee ... the heart of the rapid!) wpandini aorta**
area ,,f (ireater Miami. Our C.....idenre '" '" ,J
haa been more than justified. Over .>'''
citizen, are now steady savers at our branc*
. HOW. DADE FEDERALS T*0 OFFlg
CELEBRATE THEIR RESPECTIVE A>M*
SARJES. Together, the o haw a famil) *-
than 33.000 Hnretl wlio are tavwfi f important tomorrows and more than ... > ^
loan members are currently on the road '"V,;,,,
free homes. The combined total savin- > '' "
members of our family exceeds W^g^S
organization DADE FEDERAL has loaned '<
11 l.-,(K).000.00 to over 8.163 homescrk...,' '"^ ,^
build, buv or refinance homes of their ^
our families represent a to***E?*JzJfi7
strength for the community. DADE TOIM*gJ
fullv acknowledge, this strength and the c.
of each member of ita family, and take- in rr
tunitv to reassure them that the finest
sav.og. .nd loan faeilitiea and an effect .nd in
aerviee it available to them al all tune*.
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
Resources Exceed $27,900,000.00
Retertet Exceed $ 1,850,000.00
JOSEPH M. LIPTON, Preiider*
Member
Federal Home Loan I**
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SIDAY, JUNE 16, 1950
jyernor Asked To
lame Mrs. Meyers
fo Circuit Judgeship
****$!>AnMta
leaf
Anna Brenner Meyers, Miami
1, attorney, has been rec-
mmendi d to Governor Warren
ihe several new Cir-
Igeships which wi
I in the 11th Judicial
Dade County's pop-
ise is announced.
u< Miami Business
ltj prol sional Women's Club.
7i.,. i stated that because
.is many women as
',,.,. ji : more, having busi-
ss bei the Ciicuit court,
there are a number
women attorneys practicing
the 11th Judicial Circuit, '-one
. more ol whom are well qual-
ied to serve as a judge" it
ould sponsor Mrs. Meyers.
Mrs. M< yera is currently en
] E ii ipe where she will
iend m International Federa-
jon ol W i Lawyers meeting.
in most of the
unty, state and national law
oups.
teven Mi.imiaiis
[ \'iil l'onng
llifi.i ;< rliii|
Seven ting Miamians have
jeen sell I to be campers at
he third annual session of the
Rational Senior Young Judaea
roup. Tel Yehudah, which is
!ing held from July 26 to August
J at Tel Noar Lodge in Hamp-
jtead. N. H. Only 100 Senior
ung Judaeans, representing ail
rts of the United States, hav
leen chosen.
i Those from Miami include Ruth
tlein of Beth El Chapter, Erna
feldman oi Petach Tikvah Chap-
ter, Phyllis Kraitz and June
Boser of Beth El Chapter, Bar-
ara Weiss, Fred Malakoff and
Mark Sabin of Temple Beth
Iholom.
| The put pose of the camp, ac-
jording to Norman Schanin,
secutive director of National
foung Judaea, is "to present,
ough meaningful experience,
undemanding of contem-
porary Jewish life, which -will
predispose the campers toward
pving service to the Jewish
eopie through the Young Judaea
fogram in their communities."
llhe dailj hedule provides for
panual \\ supervised study
2' >< play, creative
I nd craftsall con-
democratic com-
pumiy under the over-all
I Mr. Schanin and hi;
aff.
PAGE NINE
Ring Theatre
To Aid Groups
In Fund-Raising
Commencing with June 26 the
Univc rsity of Miami will present
summer stock" at the Ring. The
performances will continue
through September 9.
Opening with "Arsenic and Old
Lace" from June 2ti through July
8. the second production will be
"Yes, My Dai liny Daughti r," be-
ginning on July IT with the last
performance on July 29, "As You
Like It" will be presented from
August 7 through the 19th; the
final production being "The
Imaginary Invalid," with eleven
mances from August 28
through September 9.
Interested organizations are in-
vited to use these summer per-
formances as a fund-raising plan
that will net the groups fifty
percent on all sold tickets: special
rates are also available for theatre
parties.
Reservations and informati in
regarding the group-plans may
btained by calling Mrs.
Campbell at 4-0801 during the
I days; reservations may be mad?
in the evenings by calling 87-:'.:", 7
' or 87-:!ii77.
Beth El Commencement
Held Wednesday Night
Commencement exercises at the
Beth El Hebrew School were held
on June 7 in the Dora August
Memorial Hall of the synagogue.
Seated left to right are Barbara
Pearl, Dolores Chernoff. Eunice
Cooke. Mrs. Ruth Ulis. Standing,
Rabbi Grauer, Jples Lipp, Howard
Schwimmer, Richard Sachs, Ber-
nard B. Kimmel.
Graduates included Dolores
Chernoff, Barbara Pearl, Eunice
Cooke, Nelson Hanover, Howard
Schwimmer, Bernard Weiner,
Richard Sachs and Jules Lipp.
Valedictorians Barbara Pearl
and Dolores Chernoff addressed
the gathering in English and He-
brew and Rabbi Murray Grauer
spoke. Greetings were offered by
Sidney H. Palmer, congregation
president; Mrs. Herman Cantor,
head of the PTA; and Mrs. Jack
Shapiro, sisterhood president.
t'limvH I.roup
Tteits Roth El
Kon*r* m Beth El was host
1ev. Oi -;< Ricks and a group
L?Unn lulls from the M'am'
Pous Pr< sbyterian Church last
Jinday.
lThe purpose of the visit was
Vfquaint the group with the
Es* /hKCv,Va,ri0US ^"agogue
Ckp f; iHabbl Murray Grauer
kk t 1Rth on the ho'y ob-
fcitorsL synaue- The
E. e ac.uainted with he
r n.of a synagogue serv-
Fn"e0v, Maurice Mamches of
nweg-tion Beth David attend-
htori-ft Ji1UCSt and rendered a
RES" eCtl? for the Purpose
I mt oducng the group to He-
E* "turglcfl music.
bthn ehuH?ht of the Program
hi 7h,bit of a scroll of the
5* was. a new experience
hup majority of the visiting
hflJber9 Graduated
vl' J Josenberg, son of Mr.
kr fi.u ^en Rosenberg, 3024
Lm Pol wiU be graduated
1 egie Institute of Tech-
liJrtl P>sburgh. He has
'aM ;-i drama.
>lusi<* IpradnatON
Play at Exorcises
At the annual commencement
concert held this week by the
University of Miami nine grad-
uating students from the School
of Music took part in the
program.
Alvin Weinstein, violinist, ap-
peared with the orchestra, in the
Paganini Concerto in D Major,
which opened the program, and
Lenore Joffee, another violinist,
was soloist in the first movement
of Mendelssohn's Concerto in E
Minor. Three piano soloists, Rita
Jo Quartin, Walter Goodman and
Lenore Perell, were featured as
were Elmer Crandell, French
hornist, and Robert Genualdi,
double-bas player. Martha Feagin.
contralto, was accompanied by the
orchestar in "Che fara senza
Eurydiace." Francis C. Jones, Jr.
had the honor of hearing his
original composition "Work for
Strings" performed.
The graduates were students of
Modeste Ailoo, Joel Belov, Arturo
di Fillippi, Maxwell Lepper,
Dmitri Shmuklovsky and Jeffrey
Stoll.
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im Wilchyk, Joel of the Beth El board of education.
DOV Chapter To Beneiit
DOV Chapter Misrachi Women
will benefit from a luncheon to
be held on Wednesday at 12:30
at the home of Bessie Rosen
1820 S.W. 6th St. Clara Pepper is
co-chairman.
Reservations for members and
friends can be had by phoning
2-3124 or 82-1047.
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PAGE TEN
+Jenlst>fk>rAftor
B'nai Brith Lodaes And Affiliates
Announce Forthcomina Activities
25^nei6. J
Tropical
A benefit swim-dance and fun-
frolic for members and friends of
Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
be held on Saturday evenii
June 24 at the Shoreh m-N
Hotel. 5th Rt and Ocean
announced Sam K Jsler, presi-
dent.
Chairman Marvin Mel
- cial comi il ill
by How;.: i L. vine I.- nard Lif-
shutz and Lewis Sternsh
Julius Maselstein and Mrs Ken-
th Km p n I I n T ; i
V> imt '':- Chaptei ill sei ^ -
co-chaii : the dfi
A. Blld^1' I
':: Un Will SI Vi -
Alvin Bui
and Bu Id La a ren ai e in ( haig
of pi
Sigma UNO AZA
A "Welcome Home D.
.'ling members of AZA u| n
ir return from coll. gi
held Tuesday by Sigma Rho
Chapter, AZA. at the Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.
The ALS Chapter of B'nai
Brith Girls were hostesses and
served refreshments. The com-
mittee was led by Miss Lorraine
Albert, president, and Jerry
Tillinger, head of the social com-
mittee of Sigma Rho.
Stephen Wise AZA
Ruben Waldman was installed
as president of the Stephen Wise
Chapter, of AZA. junior order
of B'nai B'rith, last week in cere-
monies at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Other officers installed were
Robert Grass, vice president: Lew
Leon, secretary; Howard Horo-
witz, treasurer; Robert Cooper,
sargeant-at-arms and Howard
Catzin, chaplain.
Councilman Burnett Roth ad-
dresed the group, speaking on
the resurgence of Nationalism and
N iZism in Germany todav.
Sholem In fir li'on
"Problems of the Small Busi-
ness Man'' will be the subject of
an address by Leo Landis. CPA.
before the members of Sholem
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. at their
luncheon meeting Friday. June
16. 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian
Restaurant.
When fellow joej a'courtir.j
01 4 loTely sweet young thing
Chancel are he'll wir.d up gifing her
A sparkling wedding ring.
Bui helore they tie the nuptial knot
We'll lave 'em agitation
By inriting them to Hilcralt
For their wedding invitation.
There's beauty in the craftsmanship
Of Hilcrafl's fin* engraving.
Tet Bride and Groom will buy the best
At a most substantial saving.
So when there's romance in the tit
And YOU want to name the day.
Let Hilcralt do it for you
la Ihe very smartest wit.
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Miami tie a eh
"Nun | Its Lesson For
" was the fa film
n I the Miami Beai h I- idg<
B'nai B'rith meeting Wi
at the Miami Beach Jewish
Co r.'.or.
The Puh_
[ic, .... leased to the Ameri-
.. ... |ge by
Third. Army officials at F: Me-
son. G The fil
the brutality at elty of the
\. m ai rin im Is and lemons-
trates the ins ;. us efl '- :
...
by the N during thi wai
A pam I discussi :. pre-
- nt< I featu ng Gi ge J.
ralianol lirector. and
Balkii :. -
Director t tl
: I.....\ [U
riod follov
The pr gi an) was
ng 1 -:.; Ifn K
Newman,
resurgence of Nazism n G manj
and the implied threat of this
development to world
\orth Shore
"American GovernmentBpfore
and After the Election" will be
the subject of a panel discussion
by Miami Beach Councilman
Burnett Roth and Melvin Richard
on Monday. June 19. 8:15 p.m. at
Temple Beth Sholom.
The civic officials, long time
leaders in B'nai B'rith. will be
guests at the regular meeting of
the North Shore Lodge. B'nai
B'rith. as part of an Americanism
program designed to stimulate
member interest in matters of
local government.
Chairman of the Americanism
Committee is Dave Pollack who
will be assisted by Mark Silver-
stein and Frank Cohen. President
Leonard Tobin will conduct an
audience participation session
following the regular address by
the two councilmen. Members of
the North Shore Women's Chapter
have been invited to be present.
A silver piicher engraved with the words "Presented to Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, chairman 1949-5
by Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission," was presented to Mrs. Mamlet in recognition of her.
outstanding work. The award was made by Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. member of the Youth Commission
in whose home the closing meeting of the season was held.
Mrs. I. Moscovitx. Southern Regional Youth Commission chairman, who is visiting Miami, spoke
to the group on the work under her jurisdiction.
Year's reports were given by the following groups and committees: Chaim Weizmann. Ana
Broad; Miami Beach Jr. Hadassah. Annette Melich; Miami Jr. Hadassah. Miriam Scheinbeig:
Masada, Dave Goodwin; Young Judaea. Mrs. Henry K. Solloway; Brandeis Camp Institute, Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Tel Yehudah. Mrs. Alfred Mamlet.
In accepting the gavel from Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. Cantor Sameul Kelemer newly elected chair-
man of the Zionist Youth Commission, stated that in the coming year the Youth Commission will
evrinc its activities in Young Judaea and in its other youth groups.
Coral (rabies
Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai
B'rith. will hold a regular meet-
ing followed by a social on
Tuesday. 8:15 p.m. at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center. Palermo
and LeJeune Road, announced
Alvin Corenblum, president.
Lewis Pomerantz. President
Corenblum and Theodore Wayne
will report on the recent District
Grand Lodge No. 5 Contention
in Roanoke. Va., which the trio
attended as official delegates.
Jerome Adelman will outline
plans for several fund raising
affairs scheduled for the summer
months.
The members will also hear a
proposed retention program which
is aimed at delinquent members
of the Coral Gables Lodge since
its inception three years ago. "All
i residents of Coral Gables interest-
led in joining the B'nai B'rith
Lodge are cordially invited to
attend the meeting." stated
Leonard Spiegel, membership
i chairman.
A series of summer socials will
. be launched with an outdoor
movie night and hot dog fry at
the home of President Corenblum,
6415 S.W. 12th St. on Sunday
evening, June 25.
The evening will feature old
time comic films, community
singing and games. Jerome Adel-
i man. fund raising chairman, will
jhead the arrangements committee.
| and will be assisted by Lewis
Pomerantz.
patriotic program will feature a
concert by the A. F. of L. Concert
Orchestra, coral selections by the
"Youth Friendship Chorus" and
talks by local civic leaders.
Representatives of all religious,
civic and veterans groups have
been invited to participate in the
colorful ceremonies.
Miami Mieaeh
George J. Talianoff, Miami
Beach attorney, has been named
as chairman of the third annual
July 4th Americanism Rally
sponsored by Miami Beach Lodge.
B'nai B'rith and scheduled for
Flamingo Park on the evening
of July 4th.
President Godfrey K. Newman
has also named Samuel ShaDiro.
Saul Genet. Jack Gold and Jules
P. Channing to the Americanism
Committee to handle arrange-
ments for the annual event.
According to Talianoff, the
Dr. Wolfson Lectures
On Happiness Tppic
"The Art of Being Happy" will
be the topic of a lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, Tuesday night,
at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum.
124 11th St.. Miami Beach.
This will mark Dr. Wolfson's
eighth lecture in the course of
eighteen lectures on "The Art of
Living."
At 9 p.m. every Tuesday night
the Spinoza. Forum joins Ameri-
ca's Town Meeting and discusses
the topic after the broadcast.
Beach Center Holds
Father's Day Outing)
The Men's Club of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center is sponsor-
ing a brunch and outing in j
celebration of Father's Day on
Sunday. Members, wives and
children ol affiliated groups ol
the center are invited to partici-
j pate.
The day's activities will begin.
at 11 a.m. with a brunch to be
held in the dining room of the J
center. Reservations for the!
brunch can be made by callincl
the center office. 58-2503. Ail
afternoon of fun has been planned]
at Flamingo Park.
Heading the committee
charge of arrangements is Ja
Burris with Milton Sirkin actm( |
as co-chairman. ______
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Kacher Workshop In Human Relations
cheduled For Florida Universities
^Jewisti meridian
PAGE ELEVEN
A series of Teachers Workshops in Human Relations will
, held at .(ive of the major colleges and universities in Florida
bing the current summer season, according to an announce
Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida Regional Offi-e
lent by
^-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Organized by the League's--------
pu Mrs Kiid Hears
Son As Soloist
i
of !he
workshops is to
o the public school
i students in educa-
.j at summer sessions
Iterials mam aids, and tech-
I i ntergroup education
K'l'ibli' utilization in the
fcssroom during the approach.nt
school term.
the worshops is
fa.w. 4th St.. is recuperating at
her homo following her return
from New York's Lenox Hill
Hospital where she had under-
gone a major operation.
Schedule of -
iversitj of Tampa. Tampa, May 8 Mrs. Bild heard he.
ne 22-23; Bethune-Cookman '
illege, Daytona Beach, June 28,
. 30; University of Florida,
Einesvillc July 6-7: University
(Miami. July 11-12; Florida
luthern College, Lakeland, July
30.
Icooperating agencies are the
hools of education of each col-
Before entering the hospital on
ay 8 Mrs. Bild heard her son
Samuel Sorin play the Tchaikow-
sky Piano Concerto with the New
York Philharmonic Orchestra at
Carnegie Hall. As an encore Mr.
Sorin rendered the Rachmaninoff
Prelude. For the final program of
the year, May 27. he was asked
to repeat the Tchaikowsky Con-
certo which Mrs. Bild heard on
ie and university. The Depart- [ her bedside radio.
ilogy. University of Following Mrs. Bild's return to
^mpa, is actively participating
i the arrangements at that in-
Itution.
Each woikshop is being pre-
Inted with the cooperation of
le general extension division,
jiiversity of Florida, whose film
fecialist, Professor Charles C.
ushong. will be a leading par-
|cipant in each workshop pro-
am.
(Materials to be demonstrated
tiring the workshops will include
bund films, film strips, tran-
biptions, raphic aids, intercul-
l:al plays, songs of democracy.
lid other aids in teaching good
liman ns. Demonstration
ill be made of special new
jchniques in intergroup educa-
bn such as role playing. Rumor
|l.. I ram, and the Dis-
Bssi que.
"We h pi through this unique
l ng workshops to
lace in the hands of a wide-
bread segment of the Florida
pching personnel specific ma-
[rialis, pri t aids, and class-
om techniques which may be
ttito.ed in practical classroom
baching in transmitting the
fcmocratic heritage and building
fund attitudes on group relations
nong the Florida school popula-
Jon.' Balkin stated.
|The B'nai B'rith lodges and
lapters in each community are
operating in the workshops
Bough the staffing of display
nibits of inteicultural education
Iterials.
Information regarding the pro-
ems of the workshops may be
Kmld^v <"ntacting the Florida
PL Office, 330 Seybold Build-
leleph me 3-6306
Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Sorin are motoring in Canada
where they will visit Mrs. Sorin's
parents in Calgory, Alberta.


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llDAY, JUNE 16, 1950
+Je*istfh>iradfar,
^Iden Age Club
\o Hold Picnic
PAGE THIRTEEN
kick
business meeting of the
Vge Friendship Club of
j ,'mi Jewish Community
' will be held Sunday, June
ii. at the center build-
45 S.W. 16th Ave. The
,;..'-_ will be followed by
Irviv Tuesday afternoon from
T7, 4 p.m. the members play
,,d on the center patio.
sday evenings, from 8 to
1 their Get-Together Club
immunity singing and
ft has been planned by
L i for Sunday, July 2, at
I Park. Tickets are on sale
proceed to go to the
I .:"|Y-________t
tables BB Women
(old June Luncheon
V. annual June luncheon
L | the final meeting of the
I the B'nai B'rith Wom-
f I c ual Gables. The affair was
the Robert Clay Hotel,
h ,n Tuesday at 12:30.
mahj jongg followed
j i m.
bythian Sisters Hold
Father's Day Picnic
A Fati r's Day picnic will be
I lay at Matheson's Ham-
the Pythian Sisters of
, Ti mple 33. Competitive
I for all ages will be feat-
[ Assisting Most Excellent
Morris Cotzin will be
;:. ;,! :1,11V Hudas and Mrs.
B .'' lander.
I
Associated
B'nai B'rith leaders from Greater Miami and West Palm Beach attend installation ceiemonies
of officers of Emma Lazarus Chapter, Business & Professional Women, B'nsi B'rith. In photo are
left to right: Mrs. Jack Wilson, secretary. Women's State Federation; Rabbi Mortis Skop, princi-
pal speaker; Miriam Goldstein, newly installed president; Mrs. Albert Moss, president of the
Women's B'nai B'rith State Federation, installing officer; toastmaster, George J. Talianoff, and
outgoing president, Miss Dorothy Rader.
Palm Beach Notes
Dr. Harold Webman has returned to his home following
Naval Reserve duty in Baltimore, Md.
Mrs. M. Schrebnick is again in West Palm Beach following'
\ a stay in Jacksonville where she attended the funeral of her
| brother, Henry Herzenberg.
Suffering from a fractured kneecap, Mrs. L. Trachtenberg is
recovering in Good Samaritan Hospital.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein and his family are leaving for
New York where they will attend the National Rabbinical
Convention.
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r.ccr. meetings throughout the
pjsn>mi, A series of monthly
covered dish luncheons has also
peer, planned.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
*Je*ist fkrkMain
FRIDAY. JUNE 16.
Y Officers Meet
For Orientation
I N< wly elected offit. rs an I
lb-rd of ciiic.
Beach YM & V.'IIA
|lo." their ii: -
!da\. June 29, :.: 8:15 ]
iced by Mill n -
}
.. elected for thi rid ten
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MPhiliii L.fki.w /. '
Mr- I .vM W.i I .
Malk I!, i i! !: \|. :
Bji'luiV: Mr. VVn I:.
-Hri.k. Alii';i)iain i'ohtn, M i
ii, A. Mud
sVymour ; Ibei BenJ
i iillw. Mi s I..,u Miss
l..ila i ii-oss, 1 >r Mi v J n, Ml -
.\|.,..-s Krit-jjer. .lurk lumpen Miss
;,ii.- .Mil],-1. Jii'iKt; K-nneili Oka.
, A.i.-. K. i)Mi|., Mis. I >:, \-i iKn-il St-wall. Sainu.l Shapiro, Mrs. I.
B. Slmkowltz. Mis. Milton Sirkin.
. Mi. i-nrl Sus-klnd, Mayoi Harold
'Turk, Mrs Carl Wrinkle, Miss Malvina |
WVi.-s Stuart Winston, Harry Zucker- ,
ii'k Also R.ihlii j.....n Kronlsh, Rabbi
.{ Irvine Mehrman, Rabbi Mosnay 1
Mann and Rabbi Motes Mescheloff.
Pictured above are the Hebrew Academy Women at installa-
tion ceremonies held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Seated
from left to right are Mesdames Irving Lehrman, Alfred Stone,
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, who installed the officers. Mesdames
Louis Makovsky, Alexander Kogan and Samuel Ritter. Stand'
are Mesdames Irwin Makovsky, Al Osheroff. Sidney Rabinow't3
Isidore Spolter. Joseph Rackovsky, Benjamin Sherry and Samuel
Cohen. ...
_____________________________________________Morris liro>
The purpose of the meeting will
be for orientation and develop-
ment of committee responsibili-
ties.
|
Young Adult Dance
Held At Center
A young adult dance sponsored
by the Miami Unit of Junior
Sadassah was held Sunday eve-
ling June 11. in the patio of the
unity Center, 450
5.W. 16th Av
Given under the auspices of the
i'oung Adult Council of the
this was the third in a
sored
jy diffi :. i .pen
i the public.
Key West Unit Formed
A Key West Chapter of the.
I Cerebral Palsy Association was
' organized when Irving Goldman
and Mrs. Mary Knapp of the
Miami Cerebral Palsy Association
visited there. The initial meeting
was held in the Harris Element-
ary School, where the films
"Pioneering in
dren" and "The Road of Hope'*
j were shown. Goldman and Mr.;
Knapp were aided in the organ-
ization of this project by Mrs.
Irving Woodhouse. a member of
the Staten Island Cerebral Palsy
Association. With the aid of thp
Miami group, preparations have
been made to have each case of
cerebral palsy diagnosed, and the
Miami organization will send a
registered physio therapist to ac-
quaint parents with the proper
care of their children. At the
present time, there is a record of
15 cases in the small Key Wesl
nity.
Balkin \rlil.>
Inelndod In Book
By Tampa Prof.
"The St. Petersburg Storya
case study in Intercultural Rela-
tions" by Gilbert J. Balkin. di-
rector, Florida regional office,
American Chil- j Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
1B nth, is included in the recent
book on Urban Sociology by
Professor J. W. Dees, head of
department of sociology, Uni-
versity of Tampa.
In "The St. Petersburg Story."
Balkin recounts the mobilization
of community organizations and (
resources for battling against en-
trenched anti-Semitism, bigotry
and discrimination in the area.
The successes of the St. Peters-
burg community relations pro-
gram, the techniques employed.
;.nd the needs as yet unfilled, are
described in the article.
H
Lewis. Stnr llukk I Honor*
G ter Miai de-
Duke L'r.
ement last included
Leonard A. I. .
if J. Gerald Lew is, 617 Di
Di ivi : thi degrei
of medicine: Arthur
r, 2288 N W, 45th St.. re-
a gold key for edil
on the university's news
weekly.

rVk'MiVs Lauclrcl
IIv (aiiifmI.'H4>s
TALLAHASSEEA .substantial
art of victories for railroad com-
ner by incumbents Wilbur
'. K.ng and Jerry \V. Carter is
redited to weekly newspaper ad-
ertising.
In a statement to newspaper
jublishers. Chairman King and
commissioner Carter of the Flor-
ia Railroad and Public Utilities
lission today expressed their
bpreciation for thi part news-
aper advertising played in their
fccent victories. Carter was re-
lecti d in the first primary, Kin
i the second.
J It a joint statement, the two
... I "We feel that the news-
s of Florida, and in parti-
cular the county weeklies, are
'ery close to the people. Wi
feived excellent results from
ipy placed in the newspapers.
l particular, it is evident that
it weekly newspaper is closely
.ad. and plays an important part
1 moulding the opinions of its
?aders. Advertising of this kind
.fays off just as surely to the
jandidate for public office as it
Des for the local merchant."
Ilarhsira Kav
lloarhcs Finals
In French Contest
M is Barbara Kay, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Jack Kay. 940 7th
St., Miami Beach, was the only
Florida student to achieve the
nal finals this year in the
annual French contests given by
the American Association of
Teachers ol French.
Barbara, a Miami Beach High
School senior was first in Florida
in the national French contest for
four-year students and placed
third in the regional contest which
included contestants from eight
southeastern states. The awards
to winners in these contests are
made by the French government.
Attend Convention
Twelve Miami women attended
the B'nai B'rith Fifth District
convention in Roanoke. Va.,
i ntly, according to Mrs. Harry
Kaufman, president of the Metro-
politan Women's Council of B'nai
B'rith.
They are the Mesdames Frank
Wellins. William Hechler, Sidney
Suss. Alvin Corenblum. Ida Opt-
ner. Josie Goldstrom. Kaufman.
George Bertman. B. Hoffman,
Melvin Benner. Leonore Curtice
and Tena Katz.
Colinuil / w il in.iii
Chapter Installs
Installation of officers of the
Colman Zwitman Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women was
held recently at the home of
Barbara Colin, 4580 North Jeffer-
son Ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs.
Colman Zwitman served as in-
stalling officer.
Recognized at the rites were
Barbara Colin, president: Evelvn
Wilde, vice president: Sue Schorr.
recording secretary: Claire Tend-
ler, corresponding secretary;
Ruth Adelson. treasurer; Hormone
Silversteen. historian-reporter.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
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+JnistiFh>ridrta,jn
PAGE FIFTEEN1
How Is It With Israel?
vn en,
active Zionist worker and r< d Miami Rpacli hna i
. ,.,, from Israel. The following article la his pr<
; sojourn there.Editor.

By LEON J. ELL
Since my return from Israel on May 15, I have been
confronted by scores of people with the same question: "How
ore things in Israel?" Although asked in all sincerity, the
auestion always sounds flippant to the writer. How can one
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' and social transformation of the
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Before 1!)4!S, land scarcity was
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, make Jewish brevity too
brief We are accustomed to ask-
million questions with just
om. word "Noo?" a cover-all
question on all of one's problems
i birth to judgment day. I, cultivate. In 1950, the situation
Lve consistently refused to give [is reversed. We have much land
answer to this general ques- but not enough people to cultivate
I shall there-
specific inquiries. .
fore endeavor to sketch the
changes that took place in Israel
since my previous trip in 1948.)
The period of government or-
ganization and geographic con-
solidation is primarily over. But
jot us not be misled to believe
that the war is over and all is
well with Israel. It is true that
the heroic period of trials and
tribulations, of peril and victory.
. but it is not true that all
ion's efforts can be entirely
d, ited to the work of
st
it. Kibutzim that had owned a
few hundred denams of land have
now been assigned thousands of;
additional clunams to cultivate:
and they do not have the man- ';
power. The government of Israel
determined to develop and culti-
vate the land and has performed
a great service in securing agri-
cultural machinery for the Kibut-
zim and farmers.
Even the casual observer tour-
ing the country is made aware of
the almost revolutionary process
Leon Ell
(2) filling a need, either domestic'
or for export. In other words, in-
vestment of capital for the pur-
one's stomach but with no special
desire for food. I have often
thought that the food served in
Israel, although very poor, could
be improved by greater att<
to its preparation.
1 visited a few rest camps and
found the inmates in a sanitary
but somewhat congested i
tion, although in good th, The
food thej I in the i
was on a par with tin
1 by the
In some instances, even a little
better. The children looked Wi II
and happj and thank God! there
plenty of them. I
nursery and arrived at the time
when the infants were being
nursed, and it really was a sight
to behold. Fifty some odd mothers
I nursing their babies in one
' tremendous room, no five of
which being of the same nation-
ality. As I loked around I saw
.Persian. Egyptian, Turkish. Hun-
garian, Austrian. Polish. Italian.
Yemenite, Iraqui, Syrian, Tripoli-
I tan. Moroccan. and Hindu
i, Jewessestruly an ingathering
from the four corners of the earth,
[ all living in sisterly fashion.
The population of Israel which
settled there prior to this last
year, is a well-integrated com-
munity. They are alert, indus-
trious, well-informed on matter-
science and politics, energetic and
visualizing an illustrious and
prosperous future' for their little
state, willingly and without com-
| in a cold war with strained of the Uniti St tes' $100,000,000
ial resources and after loan. How last and how con
ndous exertions. The State ve this process of mechan-
ael must, however, be pre- ization has become is shown by
for greater economic el- the statistics compiled, as 1703
than ever before since the more tractors are in use todaj
;ravity of Israel's war of than before the war. Mechanized
independence seems to have transport is up 110';. That is
or the time being from partly responsible for the increase
government
vernmen! has recently con-
d and discussed the
\: ibility of taking into its minis-
I cabinet two general i
ists. This is not the plai
discuss the question whether the
eni d Zionist should or should
not have joined the Ben Gurion
;
ted "" "1C lime UCUiy Hum wiui iciw"'k "" mm. ..n..^*. .....____ ;..<. it nlv
tary to the economic field, of 1353 of land under cultivation, government i am citing It only
tin ..
With all the frontiers closed : Mechanization and a change of
and access to the outside world working methods have led to in-
only through the Mediterranean,
Israel's economic condition is pre-
carious. American Jewry came to
the aid of the Israelis in their
hour of grave and dangerous
need before, and they will most
likely not forsake them in this
cold far. Failure on the part of
world Jewry to help them in their
economic struggle now would
hare almost the same effect as if
for the purpose of showing how-
anxious and how sincere the gov-
ernment is in its desire to
accommodate foreign capital in- no one should be stopped
creased production which in cer-
tain cases is ten and even twenty
times greater than before. The
settlements were presented with a
unique opportunity by mass im-
migration and shortage of foreign
currency; they received at one
stroke all and more of the soil
needed for expansion and almost
unlimited market for agricultural
, produce. They grasped the oppor-
they had jailed to help them initunity by acquiring mechanized
the shooting war. | equipment and additional land for
Until the Near East has made [cultivation.
peace with Israel and commercial That condition prevails in tne
treaties established, Israel must \ old settlements. The position of
iir financial support either new settlements differ radicals
by way of capital investments or from the above. The new settlers inK ft.eling in the pit of
i tributions to their institutions, have had to start from scratch, a gnawing
problem today is how both by way ot getting exper-
besl match its victories on iciice and building up then i e-
litical and military fronts sources, and I am informed that
successes in the economic they will need help, at wast in
Vistas of progress and re- the immediate future, to
,n are opening Up I them 0\ I i i M".
It is this writers opinion tn.a
tin [riendlim ss iif I I
pe iple, but living
Israel todi y for tou
too comfortable, 11 it<
modat ioni pi acticallj and
the hotel accomm
are occasionally ava
below our standards. Exci p1
two hotels in Jerusalem, I would
not class the other as hoti
for one. would visit Israel at this
time for inspiration, and certainly
" by the
tc resting land from a historic',
point of view. Between short dis-H
lances, one may find points ofH
great interest whether he travels!
north ol Tel Aviv, east ol Haifa,!'
through the upper and luweiB
Gallilee, n mth of Tel Aviv
the beautiful beaches of the Med-j
oout thn-tyO
mil< Ti 1 A\ iv. so"
beautiful P-B
.. like Jol
,\itll
'he be; a! I'uljj
: i I
re:ii.: that thereE
Phil ..... oppressed and]).,
from lime I i time attempted sub-
jugation Of the Israelis of til
days. As I stood on top of thosi
ruins which overlook practically.
all of Israel. I took poetic license
in imagining that the broker
marble pill., 'red around
are the very pillai against hi
Samson leaned when he prayed;1!
"Oh. G.id. strengthen me this time
and let me die with the Philis-;:
tines." My mind reverted to th*
rise of Samson and the story oljj'
Delilah. Clone are the Philistine.'1'
with their Delilahs but the Is-:|
raelis have c me home again tc
populate the very land that uncd
threatened their existence am
where once Delilahs disportec
th( msi lve at tin- expense of tl
Israelis of their day. Deborah'*'
fill the land. Truly the Israel.)
women pi ved themselves to bt;
Deborahs in well. a>i|
i march, and t#l
hope that th Israel all of hu
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Living in Israel today is not
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can community. The poor food
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vigour, now slow the pace of the
Israeli people in their efforts in
behalf of the development of
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
IctH 7:30
Temple israei (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath eve service* al 8:13 ; m.
Dr. Kaplan will conduct the services.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friday evening servleei at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services at 8:30.
Bar Mltsvah < Marvin, son .,f Mr.
.mi) Mrs. Morns Kwint, and Sheldon,
on of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brarin-
Hollvwood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; sky. Mlncha at (:M p.m. followed by
" J ..,,,. a, : Saturday Bhaloa Sudoa Daily services I a.m.
morning sen ces al k.,i.m II.tuk and :i p.m.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Prldai evening services at 1:15.
The sermon topic will be "The Modern
Koreach." Saturday morning services
will prem l> at the W..kl> I'ortjon of
the uaw Sunday evenings from
10:30 tlo- i ei t< : Is open to youth.
Monda) evening, Joint uncll of
veterans group; Tueda) eye
UadasHah Installation ol officers:
Wednesda) evening. JWV a- .i\\\.-\
open meetingfilm "Trials l Nuren-
i k.'
lemple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
.u :>.
ixhna. Mlncha
lowed ,, ;;;,""'.?, >
Baw,bynd.i?.n.J!1.......'<>"'
the
raU'r wia.
Miami Hebrew *.
fixation (OrEfiJ*'
12th Ave. Rabhic-J101^
8ndCsJ
li.hr
144 Chase Ave.. Miami
I Lit
Rabbi Leon
BJ
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. rorx l.u- C""99***" *6thv.J"b (r nB, Leon
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi 'hodox, 301-311 Washington At... Samuel Kelerner. rnUh: ^
Rabbi Moses Mes-
Kabbl itanson will conduct tne
services Saturdaj al m The ^ -11.1 i-
is Invited. Hebrew school at the
temple Sunday .it ''
1'Ferein Israel Congregation of
Miami Beach,
cheloff.
Friday evening servleei at 6:45.
Saturday morning ;it 8:30. Intermediate
ng. at : a.m. followed by ;i ktddush
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Mlncha at 6:45 followed by Shalos
Sudos Rabbi Mescheloff will apeak
on tin- Portion of th-* Week. Bummei
Avenue.
Friday evening servl i il p.m.,
Saturday 8 30 it m with Mlncha at 6
All residents In that area are
i to attend.
i Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Mini ha Friday So Kabbalas
Shabbat .it 8:43 p.m. Saturdaj morn-
.. .. ..: -. 30 M cha al 8, followed
by Sholo* Seudos. Maariv follows.
I'ally services at J:80 a.m. and 6:43
p.m.
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave. near Le Jeune.
courses of the religious school begin
Monday through Friday at lo a.m.
ation al office dally from '.i
a. m.
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St..
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services al 1:45.
Mlncha al 8:45; Maariv follows. Dally
sen'lces .it 7:30 a.m. and ti:4."i p.m.
Sunday morning services at v
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo At*.
Pictured from left to right at the recent meeting of the
Association of Florida Rabbis at the annual conference in Tampa
are: (first row) Jacob J. Honig. vice president. Hollywood: Jacob
Kaplan, president. Miami; Henry Wernick. secretary-treasurer,
Tampa. (Second row) Murray Grauer. Miami: Moses Mescheloff.
Miami Beach; Morris Skop. corresponding secretary. Coral Gables;
Leon Kror.ish, Miami Beach. (Third row) Simon April. Miami
Beach; David Zilonka. Tampa. (Fourth row) Leon Jaffee. Gaines-
ville (Hillel); Morris Chapman. St. Petersburg; Manuel Greenstein.
West Palm Beach.
and 53rd St.
Cantor Isaac 8, Sn th will offici-
ate .it services Friday evening.
1 Sunday school classes ever} Sunday it
; th- office : Dr. Wm. Boros, 655 N.W.
. 62nd St. Hebrew classes under di-
rection of Rev. Philip Fried at 6701
N.W. 4th Ave on Mondays and
Thuradav from 4 t" 8 D m
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Friday night services at 6: Saturday
morning at s. Dally services at 8
a.m
ith
prvlces at i':4" a m. s.ttur-
U.S.S.R. And Jerusalem
By DAVID NUSSBAUM
LAKE SUCCESSThe breath- draw its support from the inter-
.: S viel shift on Jerusalem t nationalization scheme and hoped
a few weeks ago. the explanation | that another solution to the prob-
which has defied observers' lem could be found.
er since was made it is now j The reason offered in the blic
to bring Soviet policy at announcement was that "it had
ev -. p :u lnto full conformity now become clear" that interna-
with a doctrine on which it in- the wishes of the population of
is to -land or fall in the | the city. The joker in this ex-
Lni.ed Nations. i planation was that the fact cited
Thatd trine is that the United had been eloquently clear since
N ;::ons must recognize as the' last September. Representatives
ruling power in any area the of Israel, including its Foreign
v-ernment actually representa- Minister. Moshe Sharett. had re-
tive of the people. All other oeatedly warned the Assemblv
claimants to representation of last fall that Jerusalem had ir-
those people are illegal. This is revocably become a part of Israel
doctrine the Soviet Union has and that the Jewish inhabitants
.eloped in its effort to get of the area would never surrender
i mmunist China seated in the. their Israeli citizenship for an
world org outside power, even the UN'.
Sabl
day
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck.
cantor.
At services Friday evening the rabbi
will speak on "Science and ItellRion."
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Congregation xoung Israel (Or- Jacob y Goldring.
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miam. K,m.iv ,.v,.lljI1B s,.rvi).e C:4-
Beach. Saturday morninK at H. The rabbi
Service Friday night at 6: Saturday "ill preach on the Portion of the Law.
night at : Mlncha services followed Daily services at 8 a.m. and '1:4.', p.m.
by Shalos Seudos. Services Monday Congregation beth Tfilah (Or.-
to Thursday s a.m. and 6:30 p.m. All ,u-j-> nor b.uj __ .s___.
young Israel members In the area ars thodox), 935 Euchd Ave.. Miami
invited to attend. Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
North Dade Jewish Center 0xt)cr.
Fnday even Inn scrvlc*.
Rabbi Kron sh u-ii
service al in r. "ulV, -
Ronald ,son ,.f y. *
""! Perry, ion ,rf J?" l"H
Harry Berman > ar,ijfl
Congregation Beth Usrid (fJ
servative). Coral Way uiM
Road. Rabbi Max Sh.p jl
Maurice Mamches. *F
and Mrs Dew, ii k ,; : *
son of Mr and Mr. i.....'.*"%
wii| h"'i '
saVuic:.:.: *ffa
Daily sen .. .", .'. x.
S? Ma' n y^i
''' summei .a ': -
held at 1" ;i ni dallv I
Since the Soviets have even
- ne to the length of walking out
of UN bodit vi this issue, the
Now. however, the significance
of the Soviets' seemingly lame
excuse for the about-face, can
i:nec0,1.C.hin^ nas become- insofar I be seeji. Whether intentionally or
si
nna
(Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Saturday morning; services at 10.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter, 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday set vices at 9 a.m.
comes up there again this fall.
If these votes are switched across
the board on a reconsideration of
the present plan for an inter-
national regime, they will be
enough to kill it.
This prospect, combined with
flat rejection of the plan by Israel
and Jordan, will dominate the
June session of the Trusteeship
Council and. it is predicted, com-
pel that body to give up an at-
tempt to implement the scheme j
and thus leave it no alternative
but to return the whole problem
to the Assemblv.
Friday evening services at 6:45.
Saturday morninK at s:3i>. Th.- rabbi
win preach on Portion ,,f the Week
At S.-1S p.m. lkibid Raokovsky will
speak on "Ethics of th,- Fathers."
followed by Mlncha at :.:4V Bhaloa
Seduos and Maariv. I'ally serv-
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light into accord.
e, the dram tic n versal on
Jerusalem fits the classic pattern
government of Israel stood in the
same position as the Mao Govern-
n nt in China. It was the actual
,jj__r. .. .v '"v" v-iiiiiu. ii was me actual
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
Ass<" uiU-rt Photographers
R. D. Freeman (second from left), vice president. Miami Train Company, is shown receiving
nple of the Americaniim car cards being placed in the buses of the Miami Transit Company
jider lhe sponsorship of the Harvey Seeds Post No. 29. American Legion.
Also shown (left to right) are Abe S. Goldman, co-chairman, Americanism Committee. Harvey
eds Post; Lt. Col. Tom Kelly, commander. Harvey Seeds Post: Jerry Ganz, post adjutant; and Sgt.
[hn Dilkes, Army Air Forces Recruiting Station.
Presented to the buses as a phase of the Harvey Seeds Post's Americanism Program, the unity
' cards focus attention on the danger to American democracy of prejudice and bigotry and the
ed for good group understanding. The car cards are a part of the democracy series produced by
te Institute for American Democracy.
Membership Tea
Held Wednesday
By Gables Women
The Sisterhood of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center entertained .
at a membership tea on the patio I
I of the center on June 14.
Mrs. William Karo. member-
ship chairman, was in charge of
i general arrangements and was
assisted by the Mesdames Bernard
Keller, Ben Trupkin and Bernard
Yessner.
Mrs. Morris Skop delivered
, the welcoming address after |
! greeting had been extended by '
the group's newly elected presi-!
dent, Mrs. Morris B. Horwitz.
Highlights of the afternoon's
entertainment were vocal se-
lections by Mrs. Milton Katz,
lyric soprano, who was ac-
companied by her mother, Mrs.
Sholem Women Stage
Fashion Show
A bridal fashion show at Bur-
dine's on June 13 marked the
final meeting for the season of
B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem
Lodge. Mrs. David Lemelman was
chairman of the event. Hostesses
were Mrs. Dave Alteiman. Mrs.
Sidney Aronovitz, and Mrs. Har-
vey Herman.
Selma Parker at the piano and a
miniature revue staged by Peggo
Cromcr Dance Studio and featur-
ing baby ballerino, Sandra Atkins.
Mrs. Peter Glazer reviewed
"The Feast." by Margaret Ken-
nedy, and also gave a resume of
"The Father of the Bride."
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Ining, June 25.
[linen boxes will be prepared
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Jem Women's Chapter and
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st attractive box. According
iscar Rappaport, a full eve-
of entertainment is planned.
fold Friedman is general chair-
and will be assisted by
nard Fuller. Reeven Kalman
bhairman of the ticket com-
Itee.
eservations must be made in
lance by calling the Sholem
fee office at 82-5684. The
Wic is invited.
Mrs I iliow Host
to Council Women'
Mrs. Alexander Libow was |
hostess at a breakfast at the De- ]
lano Hotel this week for officers;
of the National Council of Jewish
Women, at which the coming i
year's programs were discussed.
Mrs. Libow is first vice president
of the group. Attending the
breakfast were Mrs. Aaron Fair,
president, and the Mesdames
Leonard Beldner, Julius Oshlag,
Nat L. Williams, and program
chairman Mrs. Leopold Schwartz.
The winter season of council's
activities will open with a mem-
bership tea scheduled for October.
Emphasis will be on overseas
work and social legislation.
Beth El Re-opens School
The Beth El Hebrew School
will re-open for its summer ses-
sion on Monday, June 19, at 2
p.m. Registration took place on
Thursday, June 15 at 10 a.m.
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WORKERS
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A 111 I
M>arni Beech Lodge. B'nai B'rith, presents 25 pints of blood to
! Sinai hospital celebrating the fourth anniversary of the
oishmert oi a blood bank in the lodge. Dr. Mortimer D.
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JULY is Just Around The Corner!
July's just a month away on the
calendar and even nearer in
terms of reservations at LOON
LAKE. Ordinarily, when folks
plan July vacations they can make
arrangements as late as the end of
June; but ordinary procedures ap-
ply only to ordinary resorts. For
LOON LAKE, reserve now for
July and relax in anticipation
of a glorious vacation experience.

fir*
jr
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The loo" is a bird
usually an early one But
this lonely Loon forgot
to make his reservations
early P S He stayed
at home!
OPEN5
JUNE 28
LOON LAKE
HOTEL AND COTTAGES
DAVID S. ANDRON Mgmt.
LOON LAKE Franklin Co. In The Adirondacks NEW YORK
3500 acres: 1800 feet up; pollen-free. Six Lakes. 18-Hole
Golf Course. Tennis. Riding, All Sports. Elevator Build-
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heat. Entertainment. Dance Orchestras; Children's Play-
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Ownership DAVID $. ANDHON-DAVID C. 1MHMU ______





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PAGE EIGHTEEN
Jewbti fh>ridHar>

H

!
>l hi minus Givwi
Dpjgrpra at Emory
Emory University awarded a
total of 771 d( | r< ei to June,
March and December graduates
in the double commi
ci n m inies June i! and 3 5
for the June 2 exerc John
A. Sibley, i
i din ctors of the Trust C
of Geo a, and Jam< s V. I
miehael of Marietta, i -ti
ndidate for .
gia, delivered thi June 3.
Carmichael is an alumnus of
Emory University.
Receiving their Bachelor of
Arts degree were: Morton E. G
Alcazar Hotel, Miami, a men
of Alpha Epsilon Pi, "outstanding
fraternity brother." active in ath-
letics, member of Phi Sigma bio-
logy honorary; Allan T. Abess,
Jr.." 415 Aragon Ave., Coral
Gables, a member of Emory
Psychology Society, housing di-
rector of Campus Club: Robert
G. Kirkland. 1220 Messina Ave..
Coral Gables. ., biology major,
active in athletics: George I.
Harrison. 2181 S.W. 21st St.. active
in athletics, a member of Tay
Epsilon Phi fraternity.
William E. Boyle. 318 N.E. 10th
St.. received his degree as Doctor
of Dental Surgery. He is a mem-
ber of Sigma Phi. scientific
hon nd Psi Omega dental
.=' iciety.
D : a;. : ini li gree was
ci nfi ; G( [e M. Pul
Jr.. 177-1 S.W. 91 Si He is a
-- Alph
el

i ing at E in-
. E
i tion
I
!NorthsideIewish
Sponsors DanCe
"" Hungarim i
dance renUy 'Jf *
given
Will:
mitteew, ein '!
Cm
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Associated
Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai B-rilh. completes a successful bowling tournament with the "Brotherly
Love ieaSJiown above, victors and high poin, scorers for the mM>JSUSVZ
(u,hitP iarket) is shown receiving trophy from Bowling Chairman William Bill Hechler at tne
inluaVbow ing oanquet Soared b/ the eighi teams in the Coral Gables Lodge.. Oth.bowlers
are (left to right) Nat Oberferst. Art Weinkleman, Marty Weiss and Fred Sandier. Proceeds of the
tourrament are used for B'nai B'rith service projects.____________________________________
New Precinct Plan
Ostivicl To Stage
Proudly "KJ
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\ hIhh ... ftitin m.inliK .''-%, i, ,rl *.- .
1 on 111 Council
To Mako Awards
Miami Jew sh C mmunity
Youth Council
swim-dance and am
award night at the Fl
Hotel, Miami Beach, Sunday eve-
ning, June 18 at 8 p.m. Awards
will be given to all outstanding
teams and individual players
during the past yi a
Abe Cutler and Frank Rose,
athletic co-chairman, will present
thl with the assistance
of Abe Rothstein. athletic di-
rector and Ed Suss, youth council
i ident.
The council is composed of
fifti en 1 i lubs and all
teen-agei invited to attend
Tickets will be
75 pi pers in,
Pot I.imL Slipper
For Laotian I nit
!. .
B*l I '
7227
I
A plan t ve neij
i '
itlim
by thi tteen i I Miami
net
n ., m e d Democratic
I of P ri
3,200 voters and
50 pel I real
.; y G an met
: : inct leaders at his
tss m oi
-. : i ittei s."
Thi -i units, he pr ; -< I, might
be made up of representatives
from each church. PTA. profes-
sional or trade organization in
the precinct. The committees
would be of seven or eight mem-
ho: s each, in all probability,
Goodman said.
Terming his plan a community
project rather than a partisan ef-
fort. Goodman commented:
'The committeeman actually is
the neighborhood's only voice in
government.
"A neighborhood advisory group
through him can make known
their wants and suggestions for
civic improvement."
Goodman called such a system
in effect a "neighborhood
section" capable of expressii
self bitter, for example. I
city council than "the usual
ips."
Appoint nenl Bernard Ost-
feld as er for
the Miami Opi Guild's two
"C ::':' n" and
"L'Elis next si
has been announced in- Arturo
di Fil : of the guild.
Ostfeld, who has been a resi-
dent Of Miami for the past two
years, is dance instructor at the
Miami Jewish Community Center.
He has made a name for himself
both as a dancer and as an in-
structor.
"His ability as a choreographer,
particularly in respect to "Carmen'
which he has danced more than
ten times, will be a great addition
to both productions," di Filippi
said.
S. J. Freedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
D'HfiD "ima
Telephone 5-9017
Is'thcMST'
MIAMI
SOIL
TOP
CO.
Sorority To Project
Campus Improvements
: I. A P
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a "C pus Livii I
Program."
i iual | of !
1 tion feels that then
ny in
< n t:. aid be
ted by th them-
selves,
Sholem Lodge Forming
Committee Of Forty
L I
by I. Sidm
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JUNE 16, 1950
f,.,.r rinii l
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
*Jmlsti fhridfogj
i. 935 Euclid
I i. An appro-
I |] be presented.
,(.-.: '.UMNSFOR
rG '' ADVERTISING
[egal NOTICE
BY PUBLICATION
iii: r i if thk
.1 MCIAL CIRCUIT
. i\ AND I'"II I'A I >E
1 IX CHANCERY, No.
ii:i; and PANNIE <:.
i,i- wife, I'lalntiffK, Va.
TlDORE SWEIOABD, et als,
IAJIE OK Till-: STATE OF
?A:
ifendants:
|,,|...|:E SWEIHARD, and
.il, his spouse, residence
birrs* unknown;
ALLAN, and if married, his
. and address un-
ITll McCARTHT, and If
[,, his or her spouseresl
land address unknown;
illA THOMAS, and If
fc md address unknown.
.s and existence of said
t,f the above named de-
iiif unknown after diligent
id Inquiry, and each and
hi- above named individuals,
land il" dead, all unknown
grantees, creditors,
Ufliees, trustees, or other
under them or either of
ued or otherwise, claiming
fei 'I)** property involved in
ami ill other unknown
i persona having or claiming
Iny right, title or interest In
ng (i. i hi 'I property, lying
1 in Ii.i.l. I'ounty, Florida:
Block I, Revision of
II, VILLAS, a subdivision,
tine t" the I'lat thereof.
mi in Plat Book 8, Page 27,
Record* of Dade County,
Block 2, EI.BARODA
E, Plat Book is, Page 66,
SO, Township E2 South
12 Basi In the Town of
Miami, rounty of Dade,
|. rida:
. r. 2, ELBARI IDA
ook 18, Page 66,
SO, Township 52 South,
in Town oi
iht v of 1 >adc,
: PI
each of you are hereby
ii ..i\. a copy of your
the i: II :' Complaint to
i" and remove clouds from
ai,.\ ..unties bo uml In tlie
pi opt i ty on DE
IAER & FLOYD, 607 Bla-
|ld i... Miami, Florida, at-
the plaintiffs. I,. K.
iiml FANNIE Q. I'OTTKIt,
kml file the oi Iginal of such
the office ..f the Clerk of
Court on or before the
July, 19.10, otherwise the
"i raid Rill of Oomplalnt
n a- confessed by you.
> mj hand and the official
! court ,,ii the 13 day of
}' R LEATHERMAN,
E ol the Circuit i 'ourt.
gptirl s< al i
|Rj WM. W. STOCKING.
d >,,,-, Deputy clerk.
9. Mali: AND FLOYD
-E OF DISSOLUTION
PARTNERSHIP
iiit. i h h withdrawn from
A.> LOAN COMPANY, 261
n" Avenue, Miami. Dade
a, which will henceforth
J as a sole proprietorship
," ho has assumed
plllti. s thereof
-)'1 :vi:i; SILBERT
JOSEPH SCHAFFEB
ICE TO APPEAR
[VII. COURT OF RECORD,
?OR DADE COUNTY,
j "Nil 13936.
l.;'l'lli:.\l:i;i{i;, Plaintiff.
PANIA ITAU TRAN8-
AhRttis, Defendant.
a Mail rransporteH Ael'eos,
'. '.....oration,
uo Nasclmento 436,
>. Brazil;
iii:iti:i!Y ORDERED
"'il1 t.i serve upon
'"';"-. 120 Lincoln Road,
" tioiida, an answer to
in flleq herein ami file
.' "i. office of the Clerk
Ol Record. Dade
i. on or before Julv 10,
.-aid complaint will be
nfessed by yu and a
''; entered therein.
th day of June, |fgo.
", 'Ken, WATSoN,
.' i.IV" F2urt of Record.
'' e.....d Seal)
> T. C. BI.OUNT, JR.,
Deputy Cleric.
[TENTION
FORNEYS!
Floridicm so-
ur letjoi notice*.
predate your
and cjuaran-
curate service ot
Tea. Phone 2-1H1
en9r service.
PUBLISHERS,
II' 'PKINh p| BLIC!\TI()NS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ,;|\ i.-v ....,.
the undersigned, ... ,....., to cngVc I,
business under the rii-tltlou nut ..
Hay \ Ista Famllj Lltiuor store il
1339 Northwest Si vc nth Wei n Mi-
ami, Florida, int.mis to reglsti
name with the Clerk ol thi fir, ,,
Uuurt of Dade County, Floi Id i
,, .... benjamin KRAMEISEN
PRANK E. si n.i i.Ml IN
Attorney for Benjamin Kramelsen
611 Blscayne Bids.
B/1G-23-30 7/7
... .NOT,CE BY PUBLICATION
llL?S& '"I"1'! IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR D\DF
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO:
WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL
142 Columbia Heights, Apartment S
Brooklyn 2, New York
You WILLIAM KENWORTH KEN-
DALL are hereby notified that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of vour
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney!
WEIN8TEIN, WEINSTEIN WEIN-
STEIN, 12" Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 12th day of July, 1950, If
you fail to do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive wi > ks
in The Jewish Florldian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12 day of June. A.D. 1850.
E. it. LEATHERMAN, Cleik,
circuit Court, Dade County, Florldi.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. il RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
6/16-23-30 7/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Patio Self Service Laundry at 2308
N.W. 17th Ave., .Miami, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Oounty, Florida.
HOWARD R. GREEN
MARK S1LVERSTEIN
Attorney
(20 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
6/9-16-23-3"
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THK mitcflT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
733209.
SUZANNE V. CRUM. Plaintiff, vs.
JOHN WESLEY CRUM, Defendant.
TO: JOHN WESLEY CRUM
Residence unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED a Bill of Com-
plaint for divorce has been filed
against you in the above Cans,., and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney
land file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit ('ourt, on or
before the third day of July, I960:
Otherwise the allegations of said Rill
of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
June 2, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv R. H, RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
6/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Coral Oate Medical Building al 3180
B.W. 22nd St., Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
"LENA FEINSTEIN ZIMMERMAN
Owner
MYFRS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
.1/26 6/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE NINETEEN
lief,
T": "' 1EWS
I
I :
[a l.i
i
to SI : t
the li
Of 11:, ,
on ..r |
tlafejat ''' "":....."> thl M
K I:
Clerk of ti
\ .
P ilntlffs
Inal in the
of the clreuii
June 26th. A 11
LEGAL NOTICES
,s- .,!?,0TICE BV PUBLICATION
i-i ,'', ', '-.ll:',,'l'r ''"'R''- OF THE
M.fA l..\TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
1 'I I'll IRIDA, IN AND Pi IR I > \l IK
X'I'V. IN CHANCERY, No
MAX KOSKNSTEIN. Plaintiff, vs.
,, ,V R<>si:nsti-:in, n.i. i,.i.,,,t.
PA> ROMKNKTKIN
.-'I Monl Street
V'ni k
Hi to Ml Vc a copy of
!, i t" the Fllll of Complaint
l":'11"1..... on the plaintiff's ati
' ;' lo Ihi orlo n il answer In the
1 i l the Cl. rk of the Circull
i oiirl on or before the 26th tlas ol
.....tin the mil
plaint for Divorci
':l"1 herein, will l- tnki n as con-
1 sed by you.
Hated at Miami, Florida, this the
--'I daj of May, 1950,
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
< 'hi k ..f the Circull i 'ourt,
Dade County, Florida,
of
B. LEATHERMAN,
ir. nit i 'ourt of the ,
Eleventh Judicial Circull in and 'rcult Court Heal)
int. '."' ."'"iL' pnty, Florida. By: M
(Circull Court Seal)
By WM. W. BTOCKINO.
ZA%$&i,VVB*- T^ '''"k
Attorneys at Law
1214-19 Cpngresa Building
Miami, Florida
0/26 6/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ANDY'S BRILL at 1141 N.W. Third
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
WILLIAM COHAN
Applicant
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
3/26 6/2-9-16
Name ami Address
Plaintiffs Solicitor
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida.
3/2G 6/2-9-16
C. FEU IE.
Deputy Clerk,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undeisigneil. desiring t,, engage in
buslsess under the fictitious name of
Imperial Hotel al \\-:c s W, sth
Street. Miami, Florida, intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
ALBERT SWART/.
BELLE SWARTZ
MAURICE LEFCOE
EDYTHE W. LF.FCOE
MYFRS. HEIMAN .V- KAPLAN
li.'.n Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla.
Attorneys for Imperial Hotel"
6/2-9-16-::;_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS BEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Ace Employment Service at 127 N.F.
1st Ave., Miami, intend to register
sai.l name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
SAM GREENBERG
NAT LAWRENCE
Partners
3/26 6/2-9-111
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Star Liquor Store at 1501-03-03 N. W.
3rd Avenue, Miami, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
STAR TRADING CO., INC.
A Florida Corporation
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
6a" Seybold Bldg.
*/26 6/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN I III: CIRl i IT i -i U'RT i IF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
N AND Ft HI DADE Ci il \TY.
FLORIDA, IN CHANCER1 N .
MERCEDES K IIAMMON......
v- WALTER LEWIS HAMMOND,
I I. lell, I ,llt
TO: W VLTER LEWIS HAMMOND,
12U Royal Strei t.
New i n ;. in.-. Louisiana,
V'Ol" ARK REQUIREH to nerve a
it to th.
tint on the plulntlfl
and file ti
office of the Cl
I "in t on or before thi 29 day of .h.....,
'. In the above enl I tied < au
divorce, othcrw i.-. .. 11. Pro Qon-
o 111 be entered [alnsl i ou
DATED Una 29 day of Mas. A I .
I.'. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the i 'In u'l Court,
(Lirctiit Court s. i
By C. R WILSON,
Deputy clerk.
BMANUEL LEVENSON,
Attorney ror Plaintiff,
i in; Blscayne Building.
Miami 82, Florida
6/2-U-lii-L'::
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
Jack Rosen has withdrawn, ef-
fective May 22, 1950 from THE
COUNTY FAIR AUCTIONEERS, 5861
N. W. 27th Avenue, Dade County,
Florida, which will henceforth be con-
tinued as a sol., proprietorship by
Joseph Welnberg who has assumed all
tho liabilities thereof.
JACK ROSEN
JOSEPH WEINBERG
6/2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 113075.
HELEN CONFOKTI. Plaintiff, vs.
John confokti. Defendant
TO: JOHN CONFORT I
Residence Unknown
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTFIED that
a suit for divorce has been brought
against you by HELEN CONFORTI,
and you aro required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, on
the Plaintiffs Attorney, and file the
original in the office of the clerk of
tho Circuit Court on or before the 29
day of June, 1860, in default of which
the Bill of Complaint will b taken
as confessed against you.
DATED this l"i .lav of May. 1950.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By It. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J TALIANl IFF
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Floi la
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/2-0-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE at
520 West Flagl.r Street. Miami.
Florida, and intend to register the
said fictitious name in the Office
of the Clerk of the circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
REBECCA PORTNOY
BELLE GREENBERG
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attomeys-at-law
807-8 Olyrnpla Building
Miami. Florida
5/26 6/2-9-111
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. FLORIDA.IN CHANC-
ERY, No. 133095.
AMY RIVKIN, Plaintiff, vs
HERBERT DAVID RIVKIN.
Defendant ....,, ,_
TO: Mr. Herbert David Rlvkln
175 Beach 79th Street
Rockaway Beach, New o>"k
YOU ARE HEREBY NoTIr I ED
that a Hill of Complaint for Drvor.o
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to servo a CWJ
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
piaint on the plaintiffs "^roey. ana
file the original Answer in the office
Of the Clerk of the Circuit Con. on
or before tho 28th day of June, 1W0,
in default of which, the Bill of Com-
plalnt will be taken as confessed
aS^sVVu6 ORDERE1. a. Miami,
Dade County, Florida, this 29th OBI
of May. 1950.E LKATHKRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: M
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
1204-05 Pacific Building
.Miami 32, Florida
I Phone: 82-7674.
/2-9-l-23
C. FEK IE.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOB DADE I'OUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
230*2.
In Re: ESTATE OF
DAVID ZAVON,
I i, ceased.
To aii Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required t" present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
esla.....f DAVID /.AVON, deceased.
late of DADE County, Florida, to the
I Ion W. F. BLANTON, County Judge
of DXde County, and file the same in
his office in the county courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of tho
first publication hereof. Saw claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dict of the claimant and to be sworn
to ami presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 1(0 of the
193] Pi..hale Act.
Il ile Mav "2, AD 1950.
1 ROBERT If. ZAVON,
As Executor f the Last Wllland
Testament of DAVID ZAVON,
Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor
5/26 6 2-'.|-lii_____________
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
OARoTd.NE SANDS. Plaintiff, vs.
FREDERICK A. SANDS, Defendant.
TO: Mr. Frederick A. Sands,
i o Mrs. Eileen Baker,
4203 1Mb AVi
Woodslde, l-oiig Island, N. V.
YOU ARK HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of complaint In the above cause
for Divorce, on the plaintiffs at-
torneys, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before June 21, I960,
Otherwise said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed by you.
Duled this 22 day of Mav, 1950.
i: i: LEATHERMAN,
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Plaintiff
MYERS,
Atle
rneya fo
650 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
5/86 6/1-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t<> engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Paradise Dog Food at number 5187
8.W. 8th St., in the City of Miami.
Florida, intend to register the sai.l
name with the Clerk of the Circull
Court of Dade County, Florida.
LEWIS II. BRITTAN
LEO ROTHSTEIN
LESTER TENNEY
g/9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DAI >E
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 17213.
RE: ESTATE OF
LOUIS NATHAN.
I lecensed.
NOTICE Is hereby given thai
have filed my final reiiorl and pi I in
for Final Distribution and Discharge
as executrix of the estate of Louis
Nathan, deceased; and that on the
in day of July. 1950, I will apply to
the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of sai.l final report and order
of final distribution and final dis-
charge as executrix of the estate of.
Louis Nathan, deceased,
This 1st day of June, 1950.
MARY NATHAN
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for executrix
(50 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
6 9-16-23-30
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1BIFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
DANIELDt':LAD.STONE. Plaintiff, vs.
I'FUU- CLVDSTONE. Defendant.
TO-"PEARL GLADSTONE
c/o Samuel Knau.r
308 S. 3rd Avenue
Highland Park
a
be-.
hereby require
0,UpiamTfrVa.u;rneys; a
original Answer il
the Bill of Complaint
Office
Court,
of the
on or
& tjVWW -
otherwise
Will be 'aken
^aft-tn?e8^d8agau.^
^ATED tbjs 26 "k&jgkgj0'
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sea.^. gTOOBNO.
"' Deputy Clerk.
STREET & aRlSPf'fELD
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Atto
By: Leo
Greenfield
3,.l Lincoln Rood
I ,,i Beach. Florida
5/2 6/5-12-19
NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
2379 I.
in Re: Estate or
Theodouloa Kalosols, Di.....ased.
Notice is hereby given thai pursuant
to the order of the above Court, dated
May 18, I960, a public sal.- of the
estate's assets, to-wit, a one third
interest in the chattels and business
known as Pete's Bar B-Q, loci.....I
at 2337 8. W. 8th Street, Miami,
Florida, shall he held at 2:00 P.M.,
Monday, June la, 1980, at 2537 S. W.
Sth Street, Miami, Florida, for the
purpose of paying the debts of the
estate. The sale shall be conducted
by the undersigned administrator of
the above estate and shall be made
for the best price obtainable.
Dated: May 23. 1950.
AN Dili: AS CIIIUSTODOULOU
Administrator
HERMAN AND ROSEN
Attorneys for Administrator
:,02 Blscayne Building
Miami, Florida
,-,/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
Casa Malkin Apartments at ",41 13th
street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NATHAN KLIGERMAN
EDITH KLIGERMAN
Owners
HARRY D1ETZ
Attorney for Applicants
6/9-16-28-88
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engs n
business under the fictitious name of
Playmates Sport Toga at 132 N W,
21th Street, Miami, intend to register
saiil name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
LEON B. BROWN
SARA L. BROWN
SIDNEY' ROBBIN8
Attorney for Applicants
urn N. E 2nd Avenue
.', 16 1 -'-!'-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undoi-i. : ng to engage In
busim -- llllous i ami of
Soda BS x ''-'t"1 S1
.Miami. Fla I't' eglstei I Id
,.i the Circuit
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HERBERTS ii & 10 DEPARTMENT
BTORE at number 7365 S.W. Sth
Street, In the City of Miami. Florida,
Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or
Dade County. Florida.
HERBERT NUSSMAN
J ole Owner
MAX R. SEVER
Attorney for Applicant
6/9-16-23-30
Court of i'
M s MARL
3 26 I
Floi Ida
INK Cl il.i:\ian
r 'LBE
log
ants
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Inisiiies under the fictitious name ..f
B. A K. SERVICE STATION at 299
N. W. "ith Street, Miami. Florida,
intend to register said name with tha
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RAYMOND Kiliil'RV
VICTOR Bl'I.OS
WILLIAM 1. BRENNER
Attorney for Raymond Khoury and
Victor Bulos
3/26 C/2-9-16 ________________^^_^
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S i'iiI'RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
11894.
In Re: ESTATE OF
ANNA KORETZKY,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Anna Koretsky. deceased,
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge of
Dade County, and file the same In his
office in the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of th
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same,
will be barred. See Section 120 of tho
1933 lTohate Act.
Date May 19, A.D. 1930.
HARRY KORETZKY.
As Administrator of the Estate of
Anna Koretsky, Deceased.
ELRY STONE
Congress Building
Attorney for Administrator.
5/26 6/2-9-16 -^
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PAGE TWENTY
* Jewish fhrkUair
JTUDAY.JUNE,
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Dade Federal Savings And Loan Ass'n.
Celebrates Double Anniversary Event
Saturday. June 17, Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami will celebrate two anniversary events.
The main office at 45 Northeast First Ave. is 16 years old, while
its Allapattah branch office at 1594 Northwest 36th St. is
completing its first year. Although the main office anniversary
date is actually- on May 14.
cele-
bration is withheld to join with
that of the branch.
It was on Juno 18. 194!) when
Dado Federal opened the Alla-
pattah branch office and received
an unexpected welcome from
sidents >t the entire northwi
area of Greater Miami. 1812 sav-
ings accounts were opened at the
branch during the first twelvi
hours of business,. Popularity of
the "open house" program forced
an extension of several wi
The results of the first yea
proved unusually remark, ill
when the siz< I the communii
served by the branch are
.-. |i r< d. M.uy than 7.500 st<
sav :. .'. have savings ac-
counts th branch office, and
the is in excess
: S2 I SO
On October I". 1949, I
mpletion : i xtensive alt< -
:. ssary by raj
gi ov th. Dadi F am of-
fice ci lelayed 15th
: an "open hoi -
pi ogran similai to the one h
pening. The re-
set a nati nal
sav ingS
opem I in lay -.444 new
Sctvn ere pi n
ssoci ooks that day.
A.... :.. pen I use" w as i x-
-. | | .
nd 13.000
:. pened at
: m< Consoli-
I figures t the tw
.: ting 18, 1949 to
.1 31, 1950 utsti n I
totals. M 21.500 new sav-
ings .: pi n< d in tl
: I nd th ,- .....:.....-
-1 .
ph M. Lipton. president !
Dadi Federal I : the results.
"W< of :he fact that
;: and : pie ai ac-
savings habit I: ui
pen housi ; grams wi re-
st ting them n tin
vice pres lent; Charles Beatty.
vice president ana treasurer;
Clifford N. Hughes, assistant sec-
retary and comptroller; Albert C.
iElkins, assistant secretary and
r; Wm. H. J. Saunders, as-
y: John R. Butcher,
issistant seen tary and Doe At-
I assistant cashier. Dim
,.,.- i., : | Barr. Irwin M.
Cassel, Charles Beatty, Rufus H.
Daniel, Gus Feuer, Joseph M.
Lipton, Samuel Lipton, G. A.
e and Leo Robinson.
Th< oublie is invited I i Visit
either ol Dade F< l< il'a tw i of-
fices. A spi I ial anniversary gift
will be pi "' w.no
open now savii unts with
S10 or more.
Joseph M. Lipton
I ward security then ws
:." our advertising d
well .-i>< '' in furthering
tlje pi ctives of oui
to prom >u thrift. Yes, we
are indeed : oud of the 33.000
tl fty members of jut
wh m iw have total sav-
with us in an amour.-. t \-
ling >_3.100.000. And u
- pr .. I : ur family of
8.200 home seekers who have
wed more than S44.500.000
igh Dade Federal since its
: n, to build, buy oi i e-
finai t their own.
It :.- these savors and borrowers
aliki wh have contributed mu
I .'...: i the re il and subs:..::::..:
\th f this great community
n as the "Magic City."
At the close of business on May
31. Dade Federal's resources were
in excess of S27.800.000. and its
reserves more than SI.850.000.
Ol ler officers besides Lipt n
are; Rufus H. Daniel, vice presi-
.: ::: nd secretary; Leo Robinson.
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The Broadway hit "Born
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premiere on Tuesday, June 29
at the Delano Hotel. This will be
first in a series of dramatic read-
ings presented by Professor Sam
Hirsch of the University of Miami
Drama Department for Freedom
House. Other plays will follow at
weekly intervals: "Voice of the
Turtle." "Doctor's Dilemma.'"
"Finnian's Rainbow." "Golden
Boy," "Idiot's Delight." and "A
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Mrs. Sam Schai take post graduateCfckSi
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