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The Jewish Floridian ( June 23, 1950 )

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ll n* %  •• %  %  of separatism. The tattle On Slum Clearance Hotter Employment of a 1948 congresonal committee report on abuses California as an argument [ainst federal aid for slum clearice in Miami, evoked a blast iis week from public housing %  id slum clearance backers. Abe Aronovitz, chairman of the atizens Committee for Slum learanee, hit back at a statelent by Samuel T. James, sectary of the Committee Against scialized Housing. 'It is silly to try to convince the people of Miami that they ight to vote against this because 'me Communist was found living > public housing in California," -onnvitz said. The battle appeared to be growuu.. — —Ein Gedi to the Jordan River. The nomic problems in our community line will be divided into sectors \ h had their m effects on many line "i -li u„ -aennnn. I Ml „ ~.A h-iv.' nnwd Ein (jedi to me juiuau *.... %  -— nomic pruuieuu • — %  — line will be divided into sectors! have had their m effects on many and each nation will be responsii of our f am ilies and have posed hie for the cost of erecting and ,. —->.ohallpns maintaining the demarcation markers in their respective spctors Construction of the demarca.. • i ,j,,i..,i M Ksain SUa3^jaJ--S uoritnTr.heduled to"oegin f z n ed %£Z?£*J&r&J July 1. 01 our lain""" —— for us a worthy challenge. Locally, many of our families were beginning to feel the effects of seasonal and occupational unemployment. They no longer had (Continued on Page 4) li' ;



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PAGE TWO fJcnist ncridlian I %  11 Beach Men Will Attend ZOA Meet n Miami B< ach men will nd the mual com n of the Zionist Orsj;in:. i rica at th< Steven June 30 I ling to an t of the M lie • \ i im G : I v ; : senting the Soul rn Regioi | ZOA: S' |, I.,. n J ;; n .; n J b C, %  Leon Kror S. A. G [iami E i • \ : lis J. Kr nsky, is expect 2.000 MIOICIN l.rougis Jo Hold Ront Hide Sholi m W B'na B'rith, will join :' %  in sp msorii a "Cast ay Boat r.nd Dance" Sunday, June p.m. Th threeli Seven Si Di % %  thi City^ -.. i an Chairman H .: by lit ,„ or,.,, the Books-.n-Brief Club. Members of the club who have been readina^rfrov.o ? 0th """""Tl cussing current events for the past 20 years are (seated. 1 ?o 7? Mr' Lu S **"** %  den ; Mrs. Charles Feldman, Mrs. Morris Weinberq oresidentM Inn H D eim an ;, re ""n9 presiKotkin; (standing. 1. to r.| Mrs. Minna R. Mell Mrs Jack V*£* Mr' I P D aS,r "' Mri Han f Pallet and Mrs. Mike Kotkin. Samel. Mrs. I. L. Reisman. Mrs. Louis Literary Hub To >lrk llirfhdav Goldstein Unveiling • i ; %  • merly o( 5828 Pnc -••• %  ••• Mia : B will June 25 % %  %  the Temple Is %  M ••' H nd friend present P*5u I"! • ^ Solinger Unveiling lion of a mom : I i • • rlj : 152] S.W 8th St take pi S t 11 :.. at the ic Section I Woodlawn •:. Rabbi Murra >' C. ...ting. Mr S : was a member of El Congregation and BPOE I Miami, He is survived bv his %  nd sons. Leo. Joe and'Max Sam, Falls River. ..nd Leonard of Providence. R. 1.: two daughters, Frieda Furie : N( .v York, and Edith Smith. "f Providence. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co L en Is and relatives are asked to be present. Music Group To Meet : Listening Group of ;:•• Miami Beach V will meet %  dajr. June 27, at 8:30 r m. Joe M. iney, cl man, will %  '• %  thi • --. ntarv. Th B ksn-B %  • C ib will • :. on Wednesday, June the Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach. A special ] I by Mrs. Jack Samet. i celebrate %  20th annivi rs try %  : thi ip. Memtx win in the m are •• Minna R. Mell, Mrs. I. L. Reisn an, Mrs. L. uis Palol and Mrs. Charles Geldman. New president of the group is W.mberg. who sucMrs. Louis Heiman I Other members of the group who ha-. meeting together Past 2 rears to read and ks and discuss current Ann Pastroff. Mi s. Mike Kotkin and Mrs. Harrv rwotkin. COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS $5 High School Girls Nurse Maid Jcbs S15 Weekly ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 The Showcase of Good Food T^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH wt,/ w Qmtmaipeim Attention to every detail of Jewish religious requirements in an atmosphere of beauty and peace distinguishes our service to the Jewish family. Our two complete funeral chapels are up-tothe-minute in every detail of their equipmerit—beautifully furnished ami decorated throughout. ..'•'" ,!CV>**.*HOM ,OG** 3* oi r K* *HHSWl0* tV ,0 ^OUR Tliir ^ 0 %  Paper s o^gg' i TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS .HUM liUM'll 1236 Washington Ave West Flagler & 20th Ave Phone Miami Offiee 17i3 X.W. 7th Ave, Phone 824731 9266! Phone i&6'Wiii 1 • C 0 0 1 21-1101 IMBIiLOfE SEIVirl EDWARD I NEWMAN. Funeral Credo. ABE ElSENEEPG. '• IN NEW YORK 76th STREET AND AMSTERDAM A



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[^TDAY JUNE 23, 1950 I'll Say... wvw YORK, May 30—Went to Rockefeller Center, L? h is the heart of New York. The sight of this f. 'Ver of skyscrapers is breathtaking regardless t often one has seen them on former visits. One li this to be the final expression of capitalism, ll nnd which private and free enterprise cannot go. Imensitv efficiency, loftiness, convenience, yet not l^ihout a'kind of awesome artistry. I planned to It the travel bureaus and consular offices mainf'fned at high expense by foreign governments. One f a „ et q U ick and accurate information from this Linature united nations where everything is centralized and accessible. The Flag of Israel i But everything seemed strangely quiet, like the L mber silence of a vast cathedral. What was the l ason? Surely it could not be Sunday. "Memorial Inav answered a uniformed caretaker. I forgot that KJPW York remembers the brave men who died to Lave the Union on a different day than the South Indicates to the gallant men who tried to destroy Ithe Union. Going back to the hotel, I passed the %  fountain under the gilded heroic figure supporting Ithe ring which suggests Atlas holding up the world. I This view is commanded by a parapet on which are I mounted the flags of all the sovereign nations. And I there wafted by a gentle wind, fluttered the blue land white Flag of Israel. I Military Occupation of Nazi Lands \ June 1. Again I visited Rockeller Center, and made the rounds of a dozen consulates. Got the came answer from each consul representing any l European country west of the iron curtain: visas are no longer required of any American carrying a nassDort Then I went to 42 Broadway, and after 15 minutes obtained from the U.S. Military a permit to enter Germany and Austria. I would never have *-Jmlsii Heritor, PAGE THREE Notes Of A Traveler By HARRY SIMONHOFF applied to a German consul for permission to visit his accursed, blood-soaked soil. But I could not help feeling a grim satisfaction that the U.S. is still master and has the say as to who should enter or leave the lands blighted by the Nazis. Consulate of Israel June 2. Israel desires American tourists. So I read in the news dispatches. After all, Americans are more free with the dollar than other nationals. I therefore took it for granted that a visa would not be required. But on Friday, I happened to be on Fifth Ave. near 70th St. Why not take a look at the Consulate of Israel. I had seen the other one in Los Angeles. While the location has not the swank of Rockefeller Center, the neighborhood is correct and even distinguished. Questionnaires The offices are in a former mansion, one of the three-storied walk-ups that housed the aristocracy at the turn of the century. A young woman at the single desk in the reception room posed the stock formula: "Can I help you?" My answer: "I don't suppose a visa is necessary for an American tourist." With slight hauteur, she asked whether I filled out an application. "What application?" I cross questioned naively. She handed me a paper with a long list of typewritten questions. "Fill this out and bring it back," she asserted authoritatively. The questionnaire required answers as to when, where, and why I was born. How many children. The birth place of father and mother. Whom could I give for reference. Furnish a letter of recommendation, together with my photo. I had to leave my passport and was told to return Monday, 3:00 P.M. Needless Restrictions Having visited 24 foreign countries, I must confess this is a new experience with extensive and varied red tape. Virtually every free European land has lowered all entrance bars that might impede U.S. tourists from spending their greenbacks. Nor have I ever known of any consul requiring a letter of recommendation or a photo as prior requisite for a visa to an American passport. Both are so easy to obtain that the requirement is meaningless. Why Medinas Israel should at this time introduce special entrance restrictions for American visitors defies my understanding. Especially since the Jewish Republic has adopted an open door policy for Jews in all lands to make their home in their ancestral land. Does officialdom fear that a stray American might decide to remain in Eretz Yisroel. After all. he is no worse than a few from Yemen or Morocco. Bureaucratic Practices That evening a farewell dinner was tendered to me and another pilgrim to Israel. Among the guests was Louis Lipsky, dean of American Zionism, and perhaps its acutest intellect. Annoyed at my griping. Mr. Lipsky observed that after waiting 2000 years why expect perfection in two years. But I would not accept this rebuke, although I have deep admiration and affection for him. Such bureaucratic ceremony may be all right for Iraq or Lebanon. But having scoffed at the stupid restrictions imposed by the self important officialdom in many lands, we should not end up by imitating them. Of course, neither Pres. Weizmann, nor Ben Gurion, nor the Knesset can be held responsible for the officiousness of some paltry bureaucrat, who probably cannot think of any other way to command respect for the infant state except by imposing elaborate red tape. But we Zionists, who labored many years for the creation of a Jewish state expect more saichet from the foreign service of Israel. Southeastern Community Centers To Hold Summer Camp In Georgia The Southeastern Jewish Community Center Camping Asssociation announces that Camp Jay-C-C, which was to be held at a camp site in Tennessee, has been combined with the camp of the Atlanta Jewish Community Center and will be held in Miller Elected ll<;i-li AVC Head Gershon Miller, Miami Beach attorney, has been named chairman of the Miami Beach chapter of American Veterans Committee. Howard Dixon was elected vice chairman; Louis Novick, secretary: Al Bailin, treasurer; Boris Pritcher, historian, and Jack Gordon, retiring chairman, parliamentarian. Rutledge, Ga„ July 2 through August 13. Camp Rutledge is located sixty miles east of Atlanta on a private lake and is a moaern wellequipped camp. A Jewish atmosphere will be provided through the program and Sabbath services and dietary laws will be observed. Any youngster, between the age of eight through 15, who is a member of any of the centers of Greater Miami is eligible to attend this camp for a period of six weeks at a fee of $180. Parents interested in registering children for the camp must do so by June 28 with Julius Samuels, activities director of the Miami Jewish Community Center or with Mrs. Shirley Miller of the Miami Beach Y. Simon Receives Optometry Degree Dr. Jesse L. Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1927 N.W. 3rd St., received his degree in optometry at the Northern Illinois College of Optometrv in Chicago. A graduate of Miami Beach! High School. Dr. Simon attended the University of Florida, where he was amember of Pi Lambda Phi. He plans to return here in] July and will engage in the practice of optometry. Dr. Oren To Speak Dr. Benjxmin R. Oren will speak o'n "Health in Middle Age" at the closing meeting of the DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women to be held Wednesday, June 28. at 1 p.m. at Beth El. according to an announcement by Mrs. Rose Pertes, president. AZA Unit To Install Officers of the Royal Palm Chapter of AZA will be installed on Monday evening, June 26, at the Miami Beach Y. Feature of the evening's program will be showing of a film entitled "This is B'nai B'rith," depicting the service projects undertaken by the nation's oldest Jewish service organization. Dr. Sanford Ziff, chapter adviser, will direct the program. Workshop To Present "The Bridge Builder" Radio Workshop for Democracy will present "The Bridge Builder" as this week's live dramatic presentation over station WMIE, Saturday, June 24, at 7:45 p.m. The local cast for this program includes Robert Barion, M. JBerliner, Bob Brenner, Gertrude Marx and Ira Cohen. The dramatization, designed to improve human relations, is directed by Gertrude Marx, with Bernard Hutner of the Anti-Defamation League's Florida regional office, serving as technical adviser. get the honest -full quart! qetCllCflUotClub 15V (fronounwJ MUM*) • %  qet more of the • finest FIM flovor V 0 l"T7Ty*/.r iporkllng water... and 4 bottle*. r sparkling than many wxalled "big" Bottled and Diit^by SOUTHERN BEVERAGES 2055 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami Phone 3-3121 aged ginger ounces more Your belt buy! I S5 taste ROKEACH BORSCHT A TTENTION 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 Di.tntouted by Plm DletrlDUtere, Inc. STN* *th •• M ml one 3MM U LOW AS %  w-rmsT MORTGAGE LOAMS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. 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+Jmisti Hcrk/lar FRIDAY %  J UNE; ; • EDITORIAL Footnotes to Jewish History Among the numerous honorary degrees awarded this commencement season by oui nation's colleges and universities are two that have more than usual interest to the Jewish community—the Doctorate of Hebrew Letters awarded to John Hersev by Dropsie College and the Doctorate of Social Science conferred on Harry Greenstein by the University of Maryland. These are not merely perfunctory tributes to outstanding public figures, successful alumni or philanthropists, past or future; they are in reality footnotes to contemporary American Jewish history. In the case of Hersey, one of American Jewry's highest institutions of learning has recognized the great contribution made by a Christian, through the writing of the monumental tribute to the heroic Jews of the Warsaw ghetto, "The Wall." In the other, the Christian community can be said to have recognized its obligations to the DP's of Europe by honoring Harry Greenstein, the distinguished Jewish social wcrk administrator, who served so ably as advisor on Jewish Affairs to the United States Army of Occupation in Germany. These honorary degrees were also tributes to two men of high distinction: Hersey, the Pulitzer Prize author who has given us "Hiroshima," "A Bell for Adano," and other notable writings and Greenstein, the social planner, who has been an UNRRA administrator, a former national president c: the American Association of Social Workers as well as for many years the executive director Of the Associated Jewish Charities and Jewish Welfare Fund of Baltimore. In honoring Hersey and Greenstein, Dropsie C ollege and the Univ ersity of Maryland did honor THEY MUST BE REMOVED! to themselves as well as to their newly chosen alumni. They have also recalled once again to the attention of the world the tragic story of the millions of Jewish men, women and children who were murdered and uprooted by the Nazi campaign of hate. It was appropriate that both men MAIW Can tie Cruel Unless they get a last-minute renri Jewish displaced persons who fcS month ago from Shanghai win £ 6d h back to Germany and Austria bv .h" he 4 appears in print. ,ne iune^l The legalism involved in the denn i^not a matter for the layman Ef^l any degree of sensitivity could KJ? 0Be nl the ice-water effect of Attorney Gene^M^ assertion that there was no clenr^,. .***•€ which the refugees could S adm,? 5^ incredible naivete to believe thot 1 W -i always acts only under clear-cut laws ^ President Truman was reported to kJ i When informed of the impending ord er £H body with a heart would permit the!I r stay." When a man w ho P wa SSfH people to defend the laws of the land !" t H an assertion, the inference is quite cl^iS to circumventing the technicalities should? could have been found. m These men and women and children who vived the convulsions of war will survi technicality which makes them unwanted it a America. But how will they react to theS that America is not the bastion of freedom* hope and haven they believed it to be? were honored: the man who memorialized then I million dead Jews of Europe as an enduring minder to the conscience of the world of thesis o; genocide and the man who, through his s 'ck\ in social planning, helped give a new life to M fragment of European Jewry that survived ij holocaust of Hitlerism. Cohen Resigns As JSSB Director, Ungerleider Re-Elected President (Continued from Page 1) ability had to be cared for by us bureau 5*335 ITcat" !" adequate savings with which to or face collapse, and sheer destij caIls 10r new approaches to Bar tare for their needs or illnesses. tutlon In meeting this problem Mltzvah Housing, food. jobs, were real i Feder ation has given us financial problems and these economic assistance about "" Ki v obstacles were related to the %  s P eak more later general Bar Mitzvah Regulations Are Changed Joint action of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami and dude three years of satisfactory 1 attendance at a daily Hebrew On October 26 last we had our 1 first crisis. Due to lack of funds and for the first time in our long history, we had to close intake for relief. The resultant community pressures were terrific and there came about consultations with Federation for help. This was the beginning of consideration of a new relationship tionship between the two. The agency received a grant of $11,000 for relief for November and December to help us finish the year without'serious dislocations to those who were solely dependent upon us for the necessities of life. This grant had two conditions: Survey. We would live within our social problem with the ••esult that emotional insecurities developed rapidly. It is thefunction of a family agency — JSSB — to offer the knowledge and skills to the community to relieve these problems and to prevent family breakdown by counselling and guidance through professionally trained case workers in an effort to achieve for the families a helpful attitude—a practical solution—a happier life. This :s jus: another way of saying that ou; function is to" prevent individual and family breakdown. So that the community can avail itself of these skills and services, there must be a relationship between the agency and the community—they must know us or about us. who we are. the nature Df our facilities, etc.. and this comes about through interpretabudget pending survey i 10 ?, i communiI >' JMJ what A most important event then a family agency is and how it, occurred. MorVis Zelditchof the £th?. 3 f i H What J hes t0 offer Council of Jew *h Federation, and In th;s field much remains to be Welfare Funds came here' anS I ,„..... made an exhaustive survey of the fa addition to foregoing natural agencv. To this we owe much-a* services to the general communit pointed the way a*divided in. we have devoted much of. us with the blue print for future : rei,fCi:t a n f d v aCtiV i ,y t0 ,he P' a n'^ To implement that U r! I resettlement of New Americans, vey report, a series of meetings : STnffii u h Federation aid .of the survey commfttee havl! lrfH?ti !" M 6 haVe arnved in glven man >' hours of constructive addition to the constant stream. thought under the in" D i'ation a 1 Th ^n 51 ^ 15 r ? a,Ural fl0W cases guldance of H* Chairman StanS This portion of our program is Mvers barney EMUL fmanced b >' Federation | Of prime importance was the I while the other is supported by j need for job placement-rTotonlv Community Chest. The New to lessen the anSated"deS ; American service embraces re| of the cost for New American but' ception housing, clothing, medical also to provide for t^emoUona cart, language instruction, and and economic well betogof hese Job placement. The women volunpeople as well as; tolav thT teers of the community have done | groundwork for a permanent' yeoman work in this respect and service to the entire communftv to them we owe much. This Dreram has h !" X • .' As stated before the past year I being^h^Xh^fire e^nerg? has been jam packed: | imagination and devotion to pur-' Last August we had our budget pose by Emil Gould to whom we hearings before the Community: acknowledge deep gratitude Chest and after an exceptionally: The results of this job placefine and aole presentation of our ment service (financed privately heeds we got no increase in our of the cost for New Americans but allocation. Then to worsen: and at no cost to JSSB or to matters, the failure of the Chest Federation) has been fantastically that need. They have graciouslyresopnded and our needs are provided for the balance of this month. A joint community is considering the source of additional funds to cover this need for the balance of the year. We have had our personnel problems. Changes in our professional staff have been made. A new director is soon to be selected. On my recent trip North. seven well qualified prospects between Federation 'and'"JSSB I ^^^117^J^ ^ fi £ d 2* the Joinf commit'tee"'of "ihe which is still continuing and K* to JWJl'E We. Rabbinical Association and the which,1 hope will eventually and fcv as Mr SfhPn Z 'f" Bu / eau of Jewish Education in quickly result in a formal relaI u Al ..,? I leave refertn ce to Bar Mitzvah standus .nugusi i. ards. In looking forward to the comj ing year. I have some definite I Published every Friday since %  by The Jewish Fioridian al 120 N s. Sixth street. Miami 1J. Florida. £•".' tered as second.clasa matter JMII (. 1930, at the Post Office of viiV Fl., under the Act of March 3. B The Jewish Fioridian hat absorM th Jewish Unity and the Jewi.h Klnridisn d Paragraph "1 but should comply wHh paragraph "2." T A s Pfcial Certificate of Honor will be awarded by the Bu ol Jewish Education to everv" Bar MiUvah candidate who elects w r e an d P as ses a test, before beginning his Bar Mitzvah trauu* the test to cover the bureau curriculum of five years and to* prepared and administered as in paragraph "2." ta W• K s, de nt withdrawing after October 15 from any oi Jewish schools of Greater Miami will be accepted for regisW tran f 7 Jewish scho I "nless he shall receive a formal ; ransfer from the school he is leaving. The refusal to grant sucn transter may be reviewed bv the joint committee of the Bureau aw nabbinical Ast,.i.inii„.._."_ Si_*i— _* -. nr schoolAssociation upon application of parent or sgj_ the Bay Harbor Islands club_ IKIO Residents Form Clnb A new organization for residents f. !" A arbor IsIands has neen rniJ? i a > a social ath letic an cultural club Other officers include SufoSteiner. first vice president: A. H. Nicholson, ^cond 5 president; David Abel, secret. ld | M rs. William Meuenhahn.tr ^•. a .n d A ;. H N 5_ h K:Bey Sidney S^ Weiss, past president Pitt. Mrs. Tilla Lewin. •** ^ eV -f the founders of the t Lelchuk. E. OLeary. the_ Miami Beach Civic League, will! John L. Yenches and J s and one of hp'aTiv, 8 3 '" i ea 8 u 'neaa the group to be known as Gardner, directors.



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)AY, JUNE 23. 1950 + Pni*l IkrrtJir PAGE FIVE Mary Adelman 8S At Age Of 54 Obituaries MAX KANTROWITZ ")8, os p'..,< e In Alt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Bloom was B beach resident for (he oast five years, coming here f New I'ork where towas pa nter Survivors Include hla wife, Mary; son. Harry: daughter, Mrs, Tessh lillcksti Alia no. .1 brother Hal rj and a sister Alis. Fannie Attenson, both of New York. Disabled Vets Eleet Iskin Delegates to the state Military Older of the Purple Heart convention here elected Charles S. Iskin of Miami as department commander. Joseph Pellman of Miami was elected adjutant; Stephen Shi-nck of St. Petersburg, senior vice commander; Archie J. Bakay of Tampa, junior vice commander; and Nobel Smith of St. Petersburg, finance officer. Council Plans Social Tlio Businessmen's Council of the Greater M:am; Jewish Federation will hold its annual social event Wednesday, June 28, at the Town and Beach Club. Miami ... Festivities will get underway at 12 noon with lunch. Legitimate Theatre To Open About July 1 The long felt need for a legitimate theatre in Miami Beach will be realized when the KittyDavis Theatre is opened on or about July 1. New York hits of a few seasons back will be featured, and the best New York professional equity players will be used, the management discloses. Each presentation .will run for one week unless I advance ticekt sales indicate it should be held over. All tables in the present set up | will be removed and seats will : be placed in a semi circle around ; the stage. The room is air-condi1 tioned. Tickets will sell for one and two dollars. Osheroff Will Si ml > In Israel A full year of study in Israel is in the offing for 22-year-old Leo Osheroff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Osheroff. 2485 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. He will leave about July 5 with Herbert Sohn, 21. of Jacksonville. They are the first Florida youths to be awarded scholarships by the Jewish Agency. The scholarships are given each year to men and women between the agrs oj 19 and 23 in English-speaking countries. Osheroff received his law degree from the University of Florida Law Gchool. He is immediate past president of the eight-state Southern region of the intercollegiate Zionist Federation. MORRIS MOSES r,7. of T nvin iihn war formerly a resident of Ke> West was lnl Mon lay in Tarn) Sui Ivors Include his two daughters, Mrs Rose Nadel and Mrs. Jean Pel ster, • %  ( Miami. Mary Adelman y Adelman, 54, a res:rtiami for the past 25 d away Sunday in a hospital followine a 1 !" <> = She lived at 1421 N.W. teal Ines s: St. She was a member of the board If 'directors of the Women's Tuxiliary of Mount Sinai Hosjital a member of Beth El and eth David svnagogues, Mizrach; lurray Grauer officiating. Pall|eer Women. Survivors include her husband, Nathan: a son, Charles; a riaughMrs. Hy Coverman, all of [iami: a brother Jacob Brenner I R ianoke. Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Rebecca Mevcrs of Greensboio. C. and Mrs. Esther Lyons of Jagerstown. Services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Dora August Memorial Hall with Rabbis Jacob Kaplnn. Max Shapiro and lurray Grauer officiating. Pah earers were Jay Samuels, Fred Shochet, Irving Rotfort. Harry eitlin, Izzi'e Mayers, Herman %  Feldman. Joe Masters and Sidney %  Raskin. Burial under the direction of %  Gordon Funeral Home was in Mt. INeb.) Cemetery. ISIDORE FUCHS 50, of 2630 N.W. 2nd Ave., a resident of .Miami for the past five s • %  irs, passed away this week. He was a former resident "f New Vorle f'ltv. He Is survived by a on, Artie, and two daughters, rilorla ana Norma. Services were conducted Monday at the Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami lleaeh, with interment In Ml Sebo Cemetery. BESSIE SCHWARTZ 72 of :,:•; %  s \\\ 29th St.. passed away this week In n local hospital came here a year ago from New \orK where thremains were sent b> ine Miami Riverside Memorial i hapel fot services and Interment. Survivors In,.|,„i,. her son Burton: a daughter, Mrs. Reglna Kagan: a brother, Bamuei Bchack: and three si-'i Garrisons Attend Meet Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Garrison left Wednesday, to attend a ng to plan the Republican campaign for 1950. The meeting, will be attended by the members of the Republican National Committee, state chairman and other 1'vi publican officials, including representatives of the Federated Women's Republican Clubs in 18 Eastern Seaboard states. John P. Booth. Republican' candidate for United States Senate from Florida is attending I the conclave. Garrison is the .Republican State Committeeman from Dade County and Mrs. Garrison, is president of the Florida Federation of Women's Republican Clubs. Card Party Planned A dessert card party will be given by the Sholoma Group of Hadassah on Tuesday. June 27 at 1 p.m. at the Ambassador Cafeteria. ., ., Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Ben Bloom. Co-chairman is Mrs. Jack Bernard. Picnic Planned Sisterhood of Tfereth Israel is making plans for a picnic to be held at Police Benevolent Park. N.W. 14th St. and 25th Ave., on Sunday. June 25. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. L. Kaplan. 3010 N.W. 10th Ave.. 82-5126. Committee Named Mr. and Mrs. William Weintarub have been named chairmen of the High Holiday Committee of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Dave Kleber will assist them Cantor Berele Kelemer will organize a choir composed of members of the Hebrew school for the services. Picnic On Calendar The Coral Gables Zionist District will sponsor a picn^ on Sunday, June 25, at 11 a.m. at Crandon Park, Lot 2, Pit 3, according to an announcement byNorman R. Lyons, president. SMALL JEWISH INSTITUTION IN TOWN SEEKS REGISTERED NURSE To Act as Head Nurse and Admnistrative Assistant to Executive Director Phone 9-0278 For Appointment ON INSURED SAVINGS Compounded S^ml-Annually Make your deposits here TODAY SAVINGS BANK INDVSIRIAI Leonard L. Abess, President 46 W. Flagler St. Miami, Flo. accounts lasared %  P to $8,001 by FHtr.1 Depe.lt ItMTMM Largest Savings Bart in the South In When Liberty City and Edison Center were built over ten years ago the public housers said it was to clean up the slums. Those self-same slums are still there. Now they are using them again as propaganda for spending $10,000,000 to build 1500 more units. If those units are built, the slums will still be there because the public housers don't want the slums eliminated. Why? Because according to a news story in the Miami Herald of May 8. 1949 after the 1500 units are built they propose to build at least 5.000 more colored units, and 2000 more white units at a cost of $40,000,000 more of your tax dollars. Thev have to keep the slums in existence to have a "selling point" for this huge boondoggle. That's why they won t cooperate with your City Commission and local private enterprise in the slum clearance program that is now underway. Public Housing Won't Clear Up Our Slums. The Mayor's Plan Will. Vote "NO" on June 27th. Committee Against Socialized Housing 340 S.E. 1st St. i



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PAGE SIX vJewisii Hwktian 1 -M Senior Wins RONS Award Mrs. Carolyn Atkinson Jenkins, a senior in the school of business administration at the University of Miami, has been awarded the Minnie Hoffman Ross inter-faith scholarship, it was announi i week. The scholarship is given annually by Clarence C. R -university alun to his mother. The award ; i Mrs. ti Mr nd Mrs. C Atkinson, 4301 S.W 77th Ave., was made by Dr. Donald Michel: airman of the faculty scholarship committee on religious activities and h< the Hillel foundation on the campus. Mrs. Jenkins was cited for her work :n fostering b< tt< r int< relations and landing in the campus, particularly t: the Miami Beach Youth C She was co-chairman I i stmas program j intly by th< Wesl Hill* I ins. and cl n th '. ley Four..: ition's tivities Brot Wet k. Pictured at the installation of officers of the Deborah Group of Hadassah are il. to r.t Mrs. Julius Mufson, installing officer; Mrs. Philip Greer.berg. president: Mrs. Louis Gidney. outgoing president: Mrs. Herbert Gutman. co-chairman of installation. The affair was held at the Sans Souci Hotel. >lininiaii IViss l*harinaev LKvams vo Greater Miamians were applicants v %  %  I %  .'.. •. :.[or itati ; h -es held recently \. le by the F] i SI B < : Pharma< 5, are Louis Goodman of : and Sidney SimkowitZ of M ti Beach. New "Rambler Type" Of Beach Apt. House The office of A. J. Simberg. architect, announces that plans been approved by the Hotel ission and the Miami Beach Building Department for a • apartment house rner :' 6th St. and in Ave Miami Beach. nsist : en.ts 11 n ne fl ... • one bed 1 igro ncy ..-! %  %  \ : Si .. St %  '•". It 1 di tiy 1 S. J. Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington ATB. Miami Beach Between fourth and Fifth S"s. Hebrew Religious Supplies Fcr Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-9017 Dohorah Group Install* Officers M P Greenberg president ol I) : ah Group of Had recently at the Sans Souci Hotel. Others recognized at the were Mrs. Bernard Fuller. Mrs. William Levy, Mrs Lester Sale, vice presidents: Mrs. Maurice Rich, treasurer: Mrs. Samuel Rubin, financial secretary: Mrs. Sam Deutsch. corresponding secretary: Mrs. Joel Newman, social secretary: Mrs. Martin Lundy. recording secretary: Mrs. Lewis Gorfine. parliamentarian. Members of the board include the Mesdames Max Gopman. Sanford Kramer. Sam Coolik. Al Levine, Harold Russe. Joseph Pomerantz. Julius Mufson. Carl Lundy. Arthur Rose. Sanford Kramer. Louis Gidney. Milton Weinkle, Donald Taylor. Herman Mechlowitz. Alex Strauss. Irving Nathanson, Jay Jacobi. Leon Shalloway. Leo Levin. Herbert ; nd Leo Pollack. L n Ki nish si red as' inst :. %  and Mi -. Le 1 '%  • %  %  iff' 'i-j th< invocation. 1 tion of the program' i by Emily Carr, ac| by Mrs. Mary C n was in '• • es. CoI thi event vaa Mrs tan. >l. >laiuih k ini k r Moves Offices Milton P.. Mannheimer anthe removal of his law suite 438. Mercantile Bank Building. Miami Beach. Mannheimer attended the Uni%  • rsity of Pennsylvania. University of Michigan and holds degrees from the University of Miami and Harvard Law School. He is a member of the Michigan and Florida Bars and formerly practiced in Detroit, where he was associated with Judge William Friedman. For a number of years Mannheimer was a director of the Mannheimer School of which his wite. Sybil, is principal. Games Party Slated The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a games party on Wednesday. June 23. at 8 p.m. at the Delano Hotel. kets may be purchased at the door. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will IIVI on %  new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 W. 22nd Avenj. PHONE 4 -saw HOTEL LUNCHEONS WEDDINGS BANQUETS Phone 86-8721 OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES I teach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlcrwn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 %  Hi: GARDEN ON THE TRAIL 2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open Frcrr, -2 Noon MR*. VARIA FREVER. Owner IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS SNO PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE MAG-C RUDY Fr cm VIENNA Pioneer Jewish Camp of the South CAMP OSCEOLA feH 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 : 5SS*3^T : B^ssu^ • Res.dent Medical Staff Hor.eback Rid,no • Seasoned Mature Counselors e Varied Outdoor Sports. CALL OWNERS AND DIRECTORSHERBERT 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 I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure r: FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek Beach SfuuViit Receives Degree Boris Abraham Rackovsky, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, received the degree of Bachelor of Art from the College of Arts and Sciences of Yeshiva University at the 19th annual commencement exercises held last Thursday in the university's Nathan Lamport Audii torium. it was announced by Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of the university. The exercises witnessed the conferring, for the first time, of master's degrees to graduates of the university's School of Educa| tion and Community AdminisI tration. This school, which was i opened in September 1948. trains selected personnel for positions oi leadership in education and community administration: pro• vides in-service training for oi rsonnel already engaged in these areas: and stimulates and j carries on educational and social r< March. It offers courses leading to the degrees of Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). The 95 degrees and diplomas given to graduates of the university were distributed as follows: 52 Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degrees to graduates of Yeshiva's ; College of Arts and Sciences: 32 j Teacher's Diplomas to graduates of the Teachers Institute; and 11 graduate degrees to students of j the Graduate Division of the university. GRAVE FOR SALE $175 In Jewish Section Graceland Memorial Cemetery 48-2551 Rabbi Skop Will Be In R te !" iewed Sunday Rabb. Morris Skop L, interviewed by Normsin R on Jacob Schachter's Jewish H .on Sunday. June 25 a ,i our The subject of d| • i] ia.m. "Merging American-Jew^ 1 "* mun.ty Also to be h l^ The program is heard on Fri day a a^l: 30 p m a ndSun -Fr, CHT-IN-H-BHEf Wolperfj Proudly Feature NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS! KROEHLER GOODYEAR HEYW00D AIRFOAM WAKEF1ELD LANE MOHAWK GLAMORUGS GENERAL REMBRANDT ELECTRIC SIMMONS Fair Prices Easy Termi Uiolpert WcmtuteCo 1200 Coral Way GLASS FOR EVERy PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrorg and Resilvering Out Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER Ey l| S E (I GLASS 1 Out Specialty I PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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[FRIDAY. JUNE 23, 1950 +Jewist FhridHar PAGE SEVEN Mrs. Isidor Cohen was hostess at a luncheon at Burdine's last Fridav in i, !" „ u Mack who with her husband left this week for an extensive tour ofiSSJJ and I.'r-el Th "M T who have resided in Miami since 1920. will visit relatives in Israel Induded in ,S i MaCk ,,' J. England. Scotland. Ireland. France. Switzerland. Portugal and Italy '>nerary will Pictured at the luncheon are (seated. 1. to r.) the Mesdames R av hich I r>tt„ R,„„. u Mack. Isidor Cohen. Fanny Kostiner. Harry PWd. oESEvUEL ^GhSSSoJiSS'-lESSS 1. to r.) the Mesdames Maury Cohen. Sol Kostiner. Max Rappaporl. Oscar Raonaaart Juli r %  9 R 0y Mack. Anna Wucher. Saul Greiff. Max Jacobskind. Guests not "eludedF in L nn ^"TJ' Mesdames Max Shapiro. Sidney L. Weintraub. M. G. Cohen. Bernard SterUng J K,oh„ HoJ'LlU Ruih Hertz. M. Herthey. Mickey Roe. Elix Hinkes. awning. J. Krohn. Rose Zahs. — Morrta Bros. %  Ir. Marquif To lliscuss *\Sx Ami Society" SIUHIJIV "S< x and Society" is the subject %  >i this week's lecture in the "The Sex side of Life" presented by Dr. Syvil Marqu I i hologist and hi ad of I Vetei am Ad I ion Me : .'. I flj giene Clinic. The sei es is spi nsored bj I Amvets Robert Richter Pi -: at the Hi tel Marseilles, Miami Li at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dr. Loo Levin, local physician ;md member of the post will preside. Admission is by contribution and proceeds go to the post wel| tare committee fund. I Young Judaea Unit Wins Regional Honor At Meet The Chain) Weizmann Chapter 0 | Young Judaea, Miami Beach, by Morris Broad, was sethe outstanding senior the Southern region mal convention held at ,, star, Hendersonville, _\ i June 13 to 18. also elected regional lent and was winner pitching tournai iad was named a the national conveni. Lou i M %  [( ; was I of the regi mal ed:. ittee. 11 I ties who came in ; were Danny Miller Baum who won the i %  Beth II IliniH-r To Honor Dads The family dinner being spon-1 sored by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El on Sunday, June 25. at C p.m. in the I August Memorial Hall will be dedicated to fathers in memoration ol Fathi i' Day. The oldest and youngl fathi pi i sent will b( honored, Chairmen of the event are Mrs. Sidney Palmer and ... Rappaport. Assisting them with arrangements are Mrs. Max Pepper and Mrs. Abe Pepper. The dinnei will be catered bj Mrs, Pearl Gottesman of M Landscape Designing For New & Old Homes FREE ESTIMATES .!. S. IIIMKIX LANDSCAPE SERVICE Phone 82-9860 MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling • Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Care • Pre-Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue Office—5505 N.W. 3rd Street Phone 83-2163 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-President ROBERT YAFFEY. Sales Director AVI S.Klit's Plan 3foiiEi£lit Cruise "Fun Night on the Showboat" is !n.:. p r.ned by the Ladies Auxii : American Veteran's I and Freedom House on Thu sday, June 29, at 9 p.m. There will be complete entertainment with members of "The ('• %  idle Will Rock," an orchestra for dancing, food and drinks. Reservations for this moonlight boatride may be made by calling 58-1931 or 5-3762. DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME at your TELEVISION DEALERS REDDY KILOWATT'S new Booklet of Helpful Hints CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4128 Mrs. Westin To Entertain Junior Hadassah Girls Mrs, living Westin, president of the Israel Group of Hadassah, will open her home. 1021 W. 46th St.. M Beach, for the first of a i "Petit Socials" for the i Mi Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah on July 5 at 8 p.m. In the preparations Will be Enid Davis, Marlene Yaven. Betty Steinhardt and B Gold. What to expect in the new sets...where to put them, how to arrange rooms for best viewing, proper room lighting and other useful information. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY MATUW AUGUST BMS\ kw *\.\ Phone 2792 BREAD 361 5.W. 8tH Sh. MIAMI,fW"<^ LViemui, Bohemian Eye, ftj^ermcj*^ ^ August Bros. Products Are Strictly Kos her-No Lard Is Ever Used THE CHASE FEDERAL WAY Paid-in-advance vacations are much more fun! Introduced to Greater Miami last year by Chase Federal, the Vacation Club is now paying cash to happy Chase savers for their vacations ihis summer. Join Chase Federal's Vacation Club and really enjoy your next vacation without worrying about where the money is coming from. lust select the class that meets your needs and come in to either of our conveniently located offices today. Pay Each Week [tec, :\,' Early For SO Wicks Next Summer SI.00 S50.00 S2.00 SI 00.00 S3.00 S150.00 $5.00 S250.00 $10.00 S500.00 Chose Federal Savings MAIN OFFICE 1100 Lincoln Road Hi: SS-7411 NORTH BEACH OFFICE 7435 Collins I**. Pt 1(7331 C ... CUMIWTS. Pr. (ESOUHCES OVER *l 6.000.000



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PAGE EIGHT +Jewist>ncrkfian I 1 t Rabbi, Mrs. Lehrman Personally Speaking... B-M&LI? \ a Cal I K 1 Miss Patsy Meyer arrived in Miami this week following le^Sr *'if summel VaSon I J* graduatio/rrom^rinnell College with an AB ir *g£last Sunday | The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyers, 583 N.E. 56th St.. On their way north, Rabbi j Fatsy and her parents will go to Colorado Springs to vacation Lehrman will stop over in Akron, in mid-July. They will spend a month in Chicago later in the Ohio, where he will install his I sumrn er brother.-in-law. Rabbi Solomon 1.1 %  *•* %  Moseson of Congregation Beth El. ., M *, ., ,, e .„ j He will also speak at the groundMrs. Nat Roth, her daughter, Mrs. Martin Spilka, and breaking exercises at Temple granddaughter, Natalie, returned last week horn Huntsvule, Emanuel i^ V-ungstown. Ala., where they were the guests of Mrs. Roth's son-in-law and -A-member of the Rabbinical i daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker. Assembly of America, the Na' tional organization of Conserva-' %  ^* tive Rabbis, the rabbi will I Al Herschkorn of West Pabn Beach recently returned from participate in the group's forthi New York where he attended the unveiling of a monument to coming convention. He also exi u_ _._,_,„ „< u;„ I^KOT pects to attend the summer session | *• memor Y ** ,ather at the post-graduate school of the Theological Seminary of America. Dorffs Entertain Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dorff. 972 S.W. 3rd St.. were hosts at a party at their home on Saturday night. The affair served as a welcome to the Rev. and Mrs. M. Weinstein of Baltimore, who wee k vacation in Jackson, Miss. Herman Gordon returned this week from a business trip to New York. Spending several weeks in New York are Mr. and Mrs. J. Krafka of West Palm Beach. Miss Marye Shahin of West Palm Beach left for a three-1 are visiting their children, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hantman of this City. Also honored on this occasion were Mr. and Mrs. William Malmuth. who will soon leave for an extensive tour of Israel: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. Aisenberg of West Palm Beach left recently to spend the summer in Massachusetts. + Spending several weeks in the mountains of North Carolina Mrs. N. Bookspan. who will vacaare Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dave of West Palm Beach. %  Captain and Mrs. Roger Powell, Munich, Germany, announce the birth of a son. Mrs. Powell is the former Julia Held, daughter of Mrs. Pearl Held of West Palm Beach. -X Among Miamians at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville. N. C, are Mr', and Mrs. Joseph J. Bermann, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Mallen 3. P. Farr. Mrs. Pauline Rubin j and their three children; Dave Sher and daughter, Carol; Mr. ond Mrs. Jacobson. J and Mrs. Bernard Kaufman, and Mr. and Mrs. David Silver. Rabbi and Mis. Murray Grauer and their daughter, Sheri, will'leave next week for New York City to visit with their tion in Saratoga Springs; and Mrs. B. Pressman, who will visit in New York. Taking part in the program were A. Liebman. I. Ostroff. Lena Mint'z'es. Celia Rubin. Ethel Dorff. Mrs. Liebman led the community singing. 0:her guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Feldman Fetes Eugene P. Goldberg M:s Sally Feldman was hostess parents. Rabbi Grauer expects to attend a summer course at at a luncheon on Monday. June the Yeshiva University Graduate School. 12. in honor of Eugene Paul Gold; Milton A. Friedman, prominent Miami attorney, has returned after a three week's trip. His first stop was in Roanoke, Va., where he attended the District Grand Lodge B'nai B'rith convention. Following the meeting Mr. Friedman spent two weeks in New York on a combined business and pleasure trip. Mrs. Leon Lieberman and daughter, Adele Nancy, will leave by plane for Newark, N. J., on Friday night to spend the summer with her family. While there she will take courses at the State Teachers College to complete work for her degree. Mr. Lieberman will join his wife and daughter in August and the family will return to Miami after Labor Day. %  %  %  Mrs. Henrietta Waldman, 2400 S.W. 12th St., left this week for a four week vacation in the North. While away, she will visit her son, Major Herbert Waldman, who is stationed at Wolf sons Leave For Extensive Tour Of Europe, Israel, Africa Sailing aboard the SS Queen Mary on Friday will be Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson and their daughter, Frances. The Wolfsons will spend three months touring Europe, Israel and Africa. They will be joined in Paris by their Son, Louis, who has been attending the University of Jerusalem and has been traveling in Italy, France and Switzerland. The family will spend two weeks in Jerusalem before departing by plane for the central part of Africa with stops in Stanleyville and Elizabethville in the Belgian Congo. When they arrive in Johannesburg, they will visit a game reserve, inspect a gold mine and observe a native war dance. As former mayor of Miami Beach, Mr. Wolfson has been invited to meet the mayor and councillors of Cape Town. The group will stop in Kimberly to visit a diamond mine, then leave by plane for Lisbon, where they will remain a week before taking off by plane for America. En route they will stop in the Azores. I Before returning to Miami, the family will spend a few weeks ati their summer home in Asheville, I where the Wolfson's young son,. Mickey, who is attending camp in Colorado will join them. Bride-elect of MH, JanaTey. daughter of Mr a Mr.. Harry William Jan* 3542 S.W. Uth St. sM graduate of Miami High SchJ and a member of the Cotetk Queen-s Court. Her f ian „^ of the Sylvan W. WtZI "s-w,2o,hs,.. i s : ln ^ 1 at the University of Miami R. u a member of Lead and to. sports editor of the 1950 Ebb and is a writer for the toui Daily News. berg, who received his B. S. degree cum laude from the University of Miami. The son of George Goldmerg. sexton of Beth David, and Mrs. Goldberg. 2900 S.W. 19th St.. the young man was on the dean's" honor list for four years. He was organizer and vice president of the Mathema t i c a 1 Honor Society. a member of the Honor Chemistry Society, a pledge of Beta Beta Mitchell Field, N. Y., and his wife. She will also spencTsome Beta, honorary biology fraternity, timp with h OT <,„r..;„_i„,., „~A J u„ **_ „_ .. #__ u Goldberg Goldbenhas been appointed ??\££JZ ifSftfcrf S&&J& ? d *£ 8 ; Hen 7 biology *S2rLEZ£Z SSS £ Abrahams, in Red Hook. N. Y. This will be Mr"s. Waldmar^ at Ohio University in Athens. '""s^ opportunity to get acquainted with her three new grand— children. Marian Malakoff returned recently from Portland. Oregon, where she has been a student at Reed College, and is spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Malakoff. Marian is attending summer school at the University of Miami. M. S. Fagans Announce Daughter's Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Morton S. Fagan, 233 West 17th St., Hialeah, announce the betrothal of their daughter, Evelyn Sunshine Axlrod, to Arthur Hershbein, son of Mrs. Gussie Hershbein of this city. The Fagans are pioneer residents of this area. Mrs. Packer Honored A surprise party was given by L Mrs. Phil Kaye last week at%] Harrison Hotel. Miami Beach, J honor of Mrs. Gussie Packal president of the Esther Chaplol of the American Jewish Congrea.1 Proceeds of the fund raised at the affair will be donated for the! building of the youth center now being erected in Israel as a memorial for its founder, Louise Waterman Wise. Mrs. Annie Lubar acted as hostess. FREDDIE STEWART Man Gale's singing star, says: "In the past few months I've been vacationing here, and have made sevp-al Caribbean trips under the guidance of the FARR TOURS sp:cialists. 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HDAY. TUNE 23, 1950 Lois Syman, Eugene I. Somberg xchange Vows At Delano Hotel ^w^/ferto/7 The Delano Hotel was the •ttinR for the wedding of Miss is svman to Eugene I. Somberg Sunday at 2 p.m. Rabbi Max ,hapiro read the service and Tom yinsten was soloist. The bride is the daughter of iand Mrs. Joseph H. Syman, |2i4 S.W. 13th Ct. The brideLoom's parents are Mr. and Mr*, fhilip Somberg, 1753 S.W. lSHh kve. %  Given in marriage by her lather the bride wore a gown fashioned of white marquisette nd Chantilly lace, which featured fitted bodice, a lace bertha rollar and a full skirt with tiers [f marquisette and lace extending nto anaisle wide cathedral train. Her fingertip veil of French illusion tell from a tiara type headpiece of matching lace. She farried a cascade bouquet of (alley lilies and white orchids. Sisters of the bride, Mrs. M. K. Steinberg and Miss Faye Syman, ere honor attendants. Bridesmaids were Miss Rita Lincoln, Htlanta. Miss Barbara Weiner, Miss Margot Ritwe and Miss Shirley Rae Smith. All attendants vore gowns of blue marquisette wer blue satin. They carried love birds in tiny cages topped by avender pink orchids. Jack Somberg was best man lor his brother. Edward Somberg, knottier brother of the brideroom. M. K. Steinberg, Augusta, and Scott Tinier were roomsmen. Seating guests were Lenny Michelove, Columbus, Ga., ke Driezin, Macon, Ga., Norman );amond. Atlanta and Pat Unger. A reception in the hotel followed the ceremony. The ides mother greeted guests in gown of pale pink Chantilly ce with matching gauntlets and orchid corsage. The bridepoom's mother chose blue Chantilly lace with matching |auntlets and an orchid corsage or the occasion. Following a trip to Virginia Jeaeh, New York and the Balsams New Hampshire, the couple fill reside jh Miami.. For javeling the bride wore an aqua uit with rhineStones adorning the fepels. Her accessories were biege nd her corsage consisted of two hite orchids. Mrs. Somberg is a native of PHILIP KENT'S SOCIETY MUSIC lersonalized Music Service for four Wedding. Bar Mitzvah or Social Function Phone 4-0159 Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Ben D. Schorin of Pittsburgh. Pa., announce the engagement of their daughter Renee, to Joseph Schaffel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Schaffel. 2601 S.W. 24th Ave. „f T t h hl b r ide elect an alumna of the University of Pittsburgh ShS! J&. w as a member f a P 2 E P sl,on Phi and Mortar Board. Mr. Schaffel | 8 also a |-f, d V aU o f tht University of Pittsburgh and served two years Forces" *'* the Amy Air PAGE NINE Mrs Wrintraub Heads Visiting IVur.se I nil Mrs. Eugene I. Somberg Miami and giaciuated from Miami High School and is now attending the University of Miami where she is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. The bridegroom, also a native Miamian, was graduated from Miami High. He attended the University of Florida and received I his degree from Emory University. He is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity and the Coconut Grove Exchange Club. He is in business in Miami. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lincoln, aunt and uncle of the groom Atlanta; Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Lincoln, Sam Frummer, Mr. and Mrs. Nirenberg. New York; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver, Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Steinberg, sister and brother-in-law of the bride, Augusta, Ga. Personally Speaking Making plans for a visit to Israel are Mr. and Mrs. William Malmuth. 226 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. The Malmuths, who will leave for New York in the near future, are scheduled to j sail aboard the La Guardia on August 3. Mr. Malmuth has been la member of the General Zionist Organization for the past i 50 years. Mrs. Malmuth is an active member of Pioneer Women Cllub Two of Miami Beach. Visiting from Chicago is Miss Lorayne Cole, who is a guest j at the Saxony Hotel. Miss Cole is the niece of Charles Minov. Carlyle Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Simon April will return Friday from Hendersonville, N. C. where she has served as a chaperone at the AZA district convention, held from June 18 to 22 at Camp Blue Star. + Major Robert Levin, Captain Manny Levenson and Lieutenant Ben Scher are leaving July 1 for two weeks of training at Fort Benning, Ga. Dr. and Mrs. Peretz Scheinberg and their sons, Philip Asch and Richard David, have moved to Miami and are making their home at 1991 Coral Gate Drive. i Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub Mrs. Sidney L,. Weintraub was, recently named president of the Visiting Nurse Association, a Community Chest agency, and assumed office during ceremonies last week. She succeeds Chester Wright. The VNA maintains a staff of nurses who call upon those unable to afford proper medical attention. Last year—the association's fifth—nurses made 15,720 calls, las compared with 1.250 during 'its initial year. % nrd'uics ROSS STRAP SCUFFS SUPPLE LEATHER EASY COMFORT! To Spend Summer Here Miss Lois Millman, daughter of Mrs. Irving Herman, Atlantic Towers Hotel, Miami Beach, has been graduated from the high school department of Highland Manor School and Junior College, West Long Branch. N. J. Miss Millman will spend the summer here with her mother. May We Suggest c4l W 'yner His Violin and Orchestra For All Your Social Functions Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs, Lawn Parties PHONE 83-7581 Mr. H. Zaidman Extends an invitation to Greater Miami Jeivery to visit his premises and i n s p e e t the kathruth and sanitary eonditions a hhh prevail in the establishment. Dade Kosher Market 153 N. W. 5th Street Telephone 3-1430 Shop with confidence at the Dade Kosher Where the Customer is Always Right Free Delivery Throuyhout Greater Miami Under the supervision of The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Director Listen to WINZ on Sundays from Noon to 1:45 and Tuesdays 6-7 P.M. 1 .99 and 2 .99 breezy styles sturdily Pched to give you extraJ>g wear and lasting comboth priced low for Fget savings! They're the of casuals you will P ar at home or at the [* %  Rich tan shade; sizes f 12 • • • Call 3-1141! Burdine's, ""•"'• 8h ". Str.et Floor To Home Owners Earning less than $60 per Week CAN YOU AFFORD TO PAY SOMEONE ELSE'S RENT? Q p 0 YOU want to pay part of the rent of people who earn as much or more than you do? %C'T!S—SOCIALIZED PUBLIC HOUSING IN MIAMI can be legally occupied by families making up to $60 a week. 0 p 0 YOU want your taxes increased so that people who earn as much or more than you do can live in Federal Housing? F ACTS— SOCIALIZED PUBLIC HOUSING is paid for by tax dollars—which come out of YOUR pocket. Q Do you want to give people who earn as much or more than you do a free ride at your expense? DAfTfi SOCIALIZED PUBLIC HOUSING pays no taxes—only a token contribution. The -^ ^ cons truction and any deficit in operation comes out of your pocket and the pocket of every other home owner. PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS VOTE "NO" ON JUNE 27th COMMITTEE AGAINST SOCIALIZED HOUSING PAUL HELLTWELL 340 S.E. 1st St.. Miami. Flo. ...... Phone 82-8419 •* %  I



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PAGE TEN *Je1sti flcricJian Gables Women Plan Affairs 'Despite the discontinuation of regular meetings for the summer, the Sisti hood of thi Jewish Center is making plans for a full program of social and fund-rai Firsl in I party to bi (Jni\ ty of Miami on Tuesday, June 27 p.m. "Arsenic and Did Lace" will be the feature and may be made by calling Mrs Wayne, chairman, at 48-5507. Also scheduled is the first of a series of monthly luncheons and card parties to be held at the center on Wednesday. June 28. at 1 p.m. Mrs. Sam D. Goodman is in charge of the Wednesday luncheons. Assisting her are Mrs. William Pallot. co-chairman, and the Mesdames Sol Halpert. Bernard Keller, Alvin Corenblum, Max Messer. Dave Davis. Herbert Blume and Morris Marmorstein. At these luncheon a special luncheon is always provided for the men of the dial Gables B'nai E':ith Lodge, who meet following Reservatioi maj be mat 48-4081. Off the Record Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN llcacli Juniors >IMI Tlmii'Mlay Tl ; >: I E • :. S E %  Dr. Maxwell Silvi to God," si i %  tions .'ii religion. The 1 %  • nquestion ng ar later it •• ,1 • the discussi in migl be the theme of a work I interest. A brother of Dr. A Hillel Silver. Maxwell Silver IS perhaps the only banker in America who holds a degree of I> of Divinity. He is a graduated rabbi of the Hebrew Union C allege but he turned away :: the pulpit to enter banking._ He is vice president of a New York bank and some time ago was d to go to Israel to head a bank there. Although he abanj doned the rabbinate he continued his Jewish studies and research. He received the doctorate in divinty fourteen years after leaving the rabbinate. In many ways Silver'."The Way to God" is another Peace of Mm i. Rabbi Samuel .V City • • he picked up the %  • the board I 11 usti es f his c >n• i On %  %  an %  ild not lay it d iwn. had the tx til %  '. • Ha<*h Ltfdgg To Install July 5 of Pythias. Miami B I. Ige No. 17". will install 10 p.m. July o atC %  • are K. K %  %  rkNat Sandi etary, 51 treasurer; aster at arms; Ellins. inn< guard; Jack itei guard: Ben Kempler. Ig< di putj Loan Group To Meet The Greater Miami Hebrew I Free Loan Association will hold its next meeting on Monday. June j J(i. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center. Guest speakers will be Rabbi' Simon April and Maurice Grossj nter director. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render vocal %  lections, and a full report of activities to date will be given. Architect Moves Architect A. J. Simberg has moved his office from the Pacific Building to the Calumet Building, at the corner of East Flagler St. and N.E. 3rd Ave. rcrcAYjug^ Held taBa/M The Miami I;.,.. ^ Professional Group 75* will sponsor a J* 26, at B p, prizes will he provi eeds wiI1 • the si' Israel. Ule Chairman of the affair Lillian Goodman, | dent of th, .•. %  tion.J her will be Bettv a* Esther Goodman, M,'" Marx. Jean B own, Harris and Sadie Al. xander S l.iMlji^ To HoScI Social %  '.. ii 1 S '.'. : n Sun time mo\ s followi the fundI I dge, .... il 1 by Lev. is ntz. Will Attend Meet Walter Traurig, president of the FDR Cha| ti i : B'nai B'rith V : Me.n and BBYM representf Disl t N 5, will attend thi nal rial executivi %  :, Nw York City on June SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE: QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144 M NASATIR, Program Director YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:45 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:15 P M. A VARIETY OF STARS IN THE LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to c./r Soeci.il Featurt "BUILDERS OF ISRAEL Narrator HAROLD SHAPIRO at NOW AVAILABLE HOME USE m ^J %  ^g^ CONTAINS THE MIGHTY "lindane", CHLORDANE OPT and PYMTHRINS KILLS ALL! 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UY. JUNE 23, 1950 ,4-li Student 4ives Award Eon H. Kemp. 900 West 43rd l Miami Beach, has been Led the Institute of Aeror a l Science Award for 1949| This honor is given each [to the muster's aeronautical leering candidate who |ves the best scholatic record. n p is ,i student at the gradkchool of Cornell University, t he has a three year fellowHr is a graduate of Ohio Unive rsity. LEGAL NOTICE CoTlCE BY PUBLICATION *II.I'IKCl'IT llil'RT OP THE KvKN'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT %  PMiltlDA. IN AND TOR DADE I-VIV IN CHANCERY, No. [A M i I.I.IN. Plaintiff, vs. Iii'i'l: "<• l'lTIFli:i) alnt for divorce has been f and you are >•••I 0 v, vi ii • "pv "f your answer ,;,, plaintiffs atE MARX KABER, 41! Congress \l Florida, and file the a f .,:;. i n the office of toe • Court, "ii or before ^ lefauli of which the jii'.ii mil i" taken as confessed %  t you. L,i ,i,, ; i day of June, 1950. K B. LEATHERMAN, k "f Circuit Court. Court Si .ii C. I! WII.S'iV. Deputy Clerk. M-14 +Je*islirk>ridltor, LEGAL NOTICE j-.. Let IERNIE SAFFER Worry .. About Your FOOD krtainment and the other psand details for your ddings, Bar Mitzvahs, En|ements. Lawn Parties, bail Parties, Children Bes, Meetings, Buffets. fnplete ('aterinq Service PHONE 3-5463 TS, SUNDAYS 4 HOLIDAYS 3-4845 %  JACK & JILL w -th St. Off Miami Ave. iv .. N M TI ,9,f, B ,Y PUBLICATION IN l-HK OIFICKIT CO CRT OP Till.' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT J-OgNTT. IN CHANCERY, No AETNA FINANCE COMPANY Florida corporation, Plaintiff,' v* IRA MONEY i IEbSl MONEY %  Is wife, and LOVINA M. TR1PP I 'efendants. TO: IRA MONEY and BESSIE MONEY 265 X. E. 171.si Terrace Uleta, North .Miami Beach Florida YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a suit for foreclosure ol chattel mortgage covering the following described property in Dad.Counts Ileu nla: l Divan i Radio, table model I Hay I ted i card Table I secretary Desk .' Irons Toasters 1 Singer Bowing Machine. Elec. l Cabinet 6 Chairs I Eaaj Elec. Wash. Machine I Bloc. Frlgldalre l oil Range l Table :: Hollywood Beds i u.mint Chlftiii-obe l Walnut Dresser :; Ann. Cots has been brought against you in the above Court, and you are herebj i- quired to serve a copy ol your Answer to lbbill of complain! on plaintiff* attorney, Marx Faber, 112 Congress Bldg., .Miami Florida, and rile the original answer in 111.office of the i'lerk of tin. above i'ourt, on oi the 24th day of July, 1950; In default of which the Bill of c plaint win be taken as confessed bj you. Dated this 21 si day of June, 197,0 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By c. i: WILSON, Deputy Clerk. B 23 :n 7 7-11 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE ELEVEN IN THF T CIRP.T,J? i B CATION I"sXtiti lyii in,, hweb} notified thai gig %  '::, jr ?SHS u^/isSS ^N^^^d^^j'une^: %  : R 'lrrull i "our (Circuit Court 11} 6 28-80 7 7-11 LEGAL NOTICES Bill been you are rea copy of your Answer LEATHERMAN, Clerk I 'ad.County, Floi Ida Seal i WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v, T. ... NAME LAW NOTII E is HEREBY GIVEN that th undersigned, desiring to engag In lusi.i.ss UIHI", the fictitious name Florida Building Journal nl 3925 \ \\22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intel da to regiHter said name with the Clerk Florida. ''""" '"' : "'" C,,unt >' PUBMSHERS. HOPKINS' PUBLICATIONS DAVID SHUBOW, Ow i iv .,. N < ?T ,CE BY PUBLICATION IN ..,' ';iKci-nCOURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCTIT '' ll 1 ;!.;'"v.)a AN K I: BA5 RRV I hl -" l 'HiA.-l.\ CHANCi.i*i. .\.i. i;;;;u!i. *XfejKi N l '-'"intiff. Ns HERBERT DAVID RIVKIN. Defendant TO: Mr. Herbert David Rlvkln I. i Bench 19th Street Rockaway Beach, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ,,'s V "1,"'. tom ,Pla'nt for Divorce has been riled against you, and vou ?J e %  %  • by i ilred to serve a copy of ymir Answer ... the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorn, fll" the original Answer in the otflce of the < lerk of the Circuit Court on •I jefnre the 2Sth day of June, 1950, in default of which, the i-.ni of Complaint will be taken as ressed againKt .vou. I"'NK and ORDERED at Miami. of Alay,"i!: ,a' """ ; '' '" i> '"' ,h "">' K B. LEATHERMAN, ,„, ,. .' 'rk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By: M. c FEIQE. LEO SHEINER ] """ ly ''"" Attorney r... Plaintiff 1204-03 Pacific Building Miami 32. Florida Phone: 82-7674. 'i 2-9-16-21 NOTICE UNOCR FICTI1 :OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROBERT A. PATRICK SALVAGE COMPANY at ti'u Llncpln Road, Miami Beach, Had.County, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of tincircuit Court of Dad.County, Klorida. IIAISItY .1. LOUIS EARL WINTERS GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ. ISO Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Klorida Attorney for Applicants 6/23-30 7/7-14 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Joseph Sehnffer has withdrawn from the SISSMAN LOAN COMPANY 238 North Miami Avenue, Miami. Had.County, Klorida. which will henceforth be continued as a sole proprietorship by Meyer Sllbert who has assumed all the liabilities thereof. MEYER SILBERT JOSEPH SCHAFFER iv •, N C ,^ IC i E BY PUBLICATION 'N I HE 'IP III' CiiUHT OF TlllBLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY |: ; ':' ,!;'!'V IX CHANCERY, NO SUZANNE V. CRUM. Plaintiff, vs. LEGAL NOTICE ,v„. N .9 TICE BY PUBLICATION %  ? }. K ClltCCIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT M i., NI ''' ( 1 DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No! MERCEDES E HAMMOND, Plaintiff, VI WALTER LEWIS HAMMOND Defendant T ','„U ': u -Tl:it LEWIS HAMMOND, !21o Royal Street. New Orleans, Ixiulslana. YOU AUK REQUIRED to terve a L "i" nl your answer to 111.i;ill of omplalnt on the plaintiffs attorney, and til,the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit < purt -II oi before the 29 day of June, 19 '. In the above i ntltled cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro .Jonresso will be entered against you. 1950 U '' !> ~ J daJ "' MRy "• E, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk "f the Circuit Court, lit (.ourt Seal) Bj C. It WILSON, EMANUEL LEVENSON? ePUty ''''"'• Attorney lor Plaintiff, 1407 Blscayne ituii.iiiig, Miami :;:'. Florida 6/2-9-16-23 NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN I HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND H IR DADE %  '. IUNTY, FL( >l:il I \ — IN CHANCERY, No 13307 i HELEN CONFORT1, Plaintiff, JOHN CONFORTl, Defendant TO: JOHN CONFORTI Residence Unknown l'Di; ARE HEREBY NOTF1ED that a suit for dlvor. e has bi en brought vs. TI, • o.uv T, %  ', %  •' M "efendanl you bj HELEN CONFORTI. ",. %  ",' LESLEY CRUM ond you are required to serve a copy V'M %  \ ,V;', v' ,i ,'.';;-,''--, of your written defenses; If a i.iii fii. NOTIFIED a Bill of Comthe Plaintiffs Attorney, and file the ui c-t v „ o ,",''" i '"'" "led original In tl rice of the Clerk ot ?.*?,'„' %  "' "" "hove Cause, and the Circuit Court on or before I >ou are required t lo py 0 f day of June, 19.1H, in default of which r Answer on the plaintiffs attorney the BUI of Complaint will l.u taken. ol NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JIMMIK'S SUNDRIES at S69 S W. Kth Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN SEDL1K A I. RETS'KIN ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Nathan Sedllk and Al Retskln 6 .'::-::" 7 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Southeastern Smelting and Manufacturing Co. at 5420 N. W. 37th \< Miami, Floi Ida, Intend to s.i id name w Ith 'lie 1 'lerk of the Circuit court of Dade County, Klorlaa. STANLEY HIR8CH A. HIRSCH 6 23-30 7 7-11 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 43936 MORTON ROTHENBERG, Plaintiff, vs. COMPANIA ITAU TRANSPORTES AEREOS, Defendant i'n Companla Itau Tranaportes Aereos, A Foreign Corporation, Asdrubal Do Nasclmento 436, Sao Paulo. Brasll: YOU ARK HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to serve upon Morion Rothenberg, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, an answer to the complaint filed herein and file the original in the office of the Clerk of Civil Court of Record, Dade County. Florida, on or before July 10, 1950, otherwise said complaint will be taken as confessed by you and a default will be entered therein. Dated this Mh .lav of June. 1930. W. CECIL WATSON. Clerk of Civil Court of Record. (Civil Court of Record Seal) By T. C. BLOUNT, .lit., 1 '"putv 'lerk. 6/16-23-30 7/7 and file the original in th. I 1 "; £lerk of the Circuit Court, ..„ .„ before the thud da> of July, otherwise the allegations of said Bill Jl Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. June 2, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, „•• ,. ,. n '''' k "' ""' Circuit Court. (< ircult Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR., JACKA ABBOTT D6PUty aurk Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 6/9-16-23-30 .1ci infessed against \ ou DATED this 29 day nf May, 1950. !•:. B. LEATHERMAN. .'lerk of the Circuit Court, (Circuit Court Seal) By R. II. RICE, JR., Deputy Ck-ik. GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 6 2-9-16-S3 LINDA BRANDS, inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION ttvlivittvssvn Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made unth the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Call LINDA BRANDS, inc. S -E5th St.. Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors of the Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ( I F Kl.i IRIl i A IN AN I i I-. IR I IADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 133429. L. K. POTTER and FANNIE G. Ibefore the 12th day of Jinx. 19.7.1 If POTTER, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. t>u fall to d A. THEODORE SWEIGARD, el als, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCIIT CoritT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 133406. ROBERTA KENDALL, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL, Defendant. SKIT Foil DIVORCE TO: WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL II-' Columbia Heights, Apartment s Brooklyn 2, New York Vou WILLIAM KENWORTH KEND.M.I, are hereby notified Unit a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy ol your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, U EINSTEIN. WEINSTEIN & W K I \STEIN, li'.i Lincoln Road, Muni Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in ti ffice of the clerk of the Circuit Court on NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN ci IUNTY JUIHIE'S COURT, 11 M'E COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 17218. RE: ESTATE IF LOUIS NATHAN, I le. %  eased. NOTICE is hereby givm that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Distribution and Discharge B8 executrix of the estate of Louis Nathan, deceased: and that on Urn M day of July. 1950, I will apply to the Honorable w. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dad" County, Florida, for approval of said final report and order of final distribution and final discharge ns executrix of the estate of Louis Nathan, deceased. This 1st day of June, 1950. MARY NATHAN MYERS, HKIMAN & KAPLAN Attorne\ for executrix 656 s. j h..!d Building Miami, Klorida 6 9-16-23-30 Defendants. IN THE NAME OF Till: STATE OF Kl.i IRIl >A: To the I'.feml. A THEODORE SWEK1ARD, and if married, his spouse, resld. nee and address unknown: JAMES ALLAN, and If married, his spouse, iml addr.ss unknown : ELIZABETH MCCARTHY, and If married, his or her spous. .1. nee and address lllil.le w u: EUPHEMIA I'll. ..MAS. and if married, his or her spouse residence and address unknown. Th.names and existence of said [spouses ol the above named defendants being unknown after diligent I search and Inquiry, and each and [every of the above named individuals. 'if living, and if .had, all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, li.nois. assignees, trustees, or other claimants under them or either .a them, de, eased or otherwise, claiming interest in the proper! v Involved In this suit, and all other unknown parties or persons having or claiming to have any right, title or interest In the following described property, lying and helm: In Dade County, Florida: l.ot i, I'.lo.k 4, Revision of CORAL VILLAS, a subdivision, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook \ Page ^., Public Records of Dade County, ''"''I'ofii, Block t, ELBARODA GROVE, Plat Book 18, Page 66, Section 80, Township 52 South Range 12 East, In the Town of North Miami, County of Dade, so, j :. l -. 1 1 • nt by del w ill be tak.n against you foi In ; demanded In the Bill of i pis This notli i once eaell Week I or i, i %  ,;, %  Q '.. ,. in The Jewish Floridian. DONE AND ORDERED I Klorida. this II' %  !;•• %  of .1 me, V I E, i: LEATHERM \\\ %  i 'Ircult 'ourt, I lade < 'ounty, K (Clri till Com i Seal) By R. II RICO-:, .IR Deputy .'lerk. 6 16-23-30 7 7 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Jack Rosen has withdrawn, effective Ma) 22, 1950 from THE COUNTY FAIR AUCTIONEERS, 3861 N. W. 27th Avenue. Dad.County. Florida, which will henceforth !" %  continued as a sole proprietorship by Joseph Welnberg who has assumed all tieliabilities thereof JACK ROSEN JOSEPH WEINBERG 6/3-9-16-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai tieundersigned, d. i-ins to engage in i s under the flctltl ne Of i! Hotel al 18-32 N W th [reel %  intend to lid name with the "lei k of the Circuit Com t of 1 IHIII t". inty, Florida. \ LBERT SW IRTZ BELLE SWARTZ MAURICE LKFCOE EDYTHE W. LEFCOE MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAKI..W 63(1 He) bold I lldg., Miami. I'ia. All" • 1 III! Hotel" 6 2-9' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Paradise Dog Food at number 5167 S.W. 8th St., In the City of Miami. Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LEWIS II BRITTAN LEO ROTHSTE1N LESTER TENNEY .1 9-16-28-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desltinc to engage In business under the fictitious name of Pi Self Service Laundry al J::"S N.W. 17th Ave., Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk ot tincircuit Court of Dade Oounty, Klorida. HOWARD It. GREEN MARK SILVERSTEIN Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beaeh, Florida 6 9-16-23-30 Siat, of Florida: l.ot 12, Block 2. GROVE, Kin Hook Seet Ion 30, Township 52 South, Range 12 East, In the Town North Miami. County of State of Florida: V,„, and each of you are herebj I ... v. a cony "t i i A £Ur '"he Bill of.Cotnpla / Ki.r. VRODA 1^. Page 66, but. of Dade, '." %  I'/TO," ,nlv"V:" otherwise I,"i 8 Ue g\? Ions ot' said Bill of Oompialn. ...in he taki n .is confessed b> )">. "WITNESS my hand and the official ,,,,i of this court on the 18 da) oi June. 1950. LB ATHERMAN, Clerk" of the Clrcull Court. (Circuit Court Seal. S .„ M K|N '" Deputy 'lelk. •DcCOSTAS, MAKB AND Kl.i'VD Attorneys Blscayne Building -Miami. Florida. 131293-D. DANIEL GLADSTONE. Plaintiff, vs. PEARL GLADSTONE, Defendant. TO: PEARL GLADSTONE .. Samuel Knauer 308 S 3rd Avenue Highland Park Ne Brunswick, New Jersey VOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that :ill of Complain! for i filed age Insl j ou, 1 dV'oree ml you oihei wi will be you. 'the'allegations of said Bill taken as confessed against DATED this 26 day of May, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, .-;. rk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, D.puty Clerk. STREET GREENFIELD Attorneys for Plaintiff Bv: Leo Greenfield J50 Lincoln Road NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Bay Vista Family Liquor store at 1839 Northwest Seventh Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intends to register sad name with the clerk of the Circuit fjourl of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN KRAMEISEN FRANK E fc( >l.i iMt >N Attorney for Benjamin Kramelsen 611 Blscayne Bldg. .; 16-23-30 7 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in ess under the fi' tltlous name of .'as.! Malkln Apartments at "u 13th Street. Miami Beaeh. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk i 'In nit Com t of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN KLIGERM \N El dill KLIGERMAN l ivvn.t s ii \m:v DIETZ Attoi u. v for Apple-ants .:. 9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot HERBERT'S 5 & 10 DEPARTMENT STORE at number 7366 8.W. Mh Street, in the City of Miami. Klorida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT NUSSMAN S'ole Owner MAX R. SILVER II



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PAGE TWELVE 1 Kaplan Discloses Accomplishments Of New Jewish Centers Association The Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami, the newest in the family of social agencies in the Greater Miami area, is but two months old. but already it has a record of many accomplishments, according to its president. Leon Kaplan. Established as a result of a study conducted by the Planning Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to coordinate and to integrate the activities of all organizations and agencies Cvoodman llVads Zionist I'oaiiH'il serving in the leisure time field. the association now has thirteen organizations as members. At the last meeting of the board of directors of the group. Kaplan said, many of the newer agencies indicated their plans for building. A committee was set up to study all building plans and to offer recommendtions as to how these building plans can be handled in the best interests of the total community. This committee consists of the officers of the Jewish Centers Association and the presidents of the organizations planning to build. Kaplan announced that there will be five home camps in the Greater Miami area. In the | there were two day camps. However, as a result of needs expressed by parents of children in the suburban areas, three new camps are being developed. It is anticipated that approximately 500 children will be served this year. The personnel committee is | hard, at work interviewing and employing personnel. Kaplan disclosed. Two workers familiar to thi Greater Miami area have already been employed as supervisors of two new sections. They are Randy Polansky. who is at the New York School of Social Work completing his graduate studies and will report "here in September, and Jerry Carver, now a member of the staff of the Beach Y. Beach Y Plans Full Summer Program A full program of summer activity for the community will be in effect this vear at the Miami Beach Y. it was announced by Martha Susskind. chairman of the program council, following a meeting of the body early in the week. ; Besides the day camp which will serve over 200 children dailj a i both the Y and the Miami Beach. Youth Center, there will be a program for all age levels. Vmong events planned is a isocial affair to be held by the newlv formed :J0-4') club Saturday. June 24. at 8:30 p.m. The Young Adult Outdoor C lub will hold a fishing party Sund iy. June 25 and the Teen Age Council is making plans foi camping trips, socials, dances and athletic e\ellts. !" AY.JUNE23 A III ABNER KNEECAP DANCE 'MINO W utwr $;£* i iV art' CAU KNEECAP CONTEST -? JIWF25 830RM, I Poet your Kneecap have • j V£W 19QKJ "U" Miami Masafla Sr.ils Leaders 1. K. Goodman I H. Goodman was elected chain I the Zionist Council { >l South Florida at a meeting of tl group at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Saturday night Others named to office were I): David S. Andron, Mrs. George M. Cnncm" Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Sidney L. Segal!. Rabbi .! seph E. Rackovsky and I. S. i Shapoff, vice chairman: Mrs. .' -.-ph S. Carp, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Louis Glasser. I recording secretary: Samuels Pi Mterman, treasurer. The council consists of representatives of Jewish organizations! ir Dade and Broward counties. ;.nd delegates from the communl -at-large. Two Will \ilnd Tampa Conclave Two local engineers will attend a meeting of the officers and diI rectors of the Florida Chapter of the National Society of Profes| sional Engineers in Tampa on Saturday, June 24. E. A. Anderson, county engineer for Dade County, state vice president, and Jules P. Channing. Miami Beach structural engineer, state director, will represent Southeast Florida at the conclave. The Miami chapter of the association will meet Wednesday evening June 28 at 8 p.m. at the Miami Builders Exchange. Severi al guest speakers will discuss the deterioration of local veterans] housing projects and causes and i prevention of dry rot in wood' construction. Channing will act] as program chairman and Dr. Palmer H. Craig, chapter president, will preside. Pioneer Women To Hold Cruise Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women will sponsor a moonlight cruise aboard the Yacht Seven Seas on Sunday. July 2. at 8 p.m. The boat leaves from Pier 8. City Yacht Basin. Tickets at $1.25 include refreshments and entertainment. Mrs. Pearl Krieger .and Mrs. Anna Frye are chairmen of the event. FOR RENT Beautiful Cool Twin-Bedroom ] Private Home—on 2 Bus Lines Working Couple or Single Kitchen Privileges Laber—3670 S.W. 9th Terr. Those kneecaps belong to Sheila Posner, one of the ma] entrants in the kneecap contest being sponsored by the Beach Y Outdoor Club on Sunday, June 25, al 8:30 p.m. The 1 will highlight the fiist in a series of cances on the Y patio. Beach Girl Graduates Miss Suzanne Gillette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Gillette, 4S85 Nautilus Ct., Miami Beach. graduated from the Tobe-Coburn School for Fashion Careers in New York on June 6. Miss Gillette, who was gradui ated cum laude in 1949 from I Western College for Women in Oxford. O.. will spend the summer with hei family before JOB Macy's, New York, as an en tive trainee. HOME FOR SALE-S.W. Shensndoah 2 Bedroom CBS on 2 lots. Fine residential area. Furn. or Unturn. Ph. 82-1828. 1411 S.W. 19th Sd Do Away with Washday Havkavhvsl -. %  %  Conserve Your Strength When 1 fellow goes a'couitinj 0( < lovely iweel young thing Ch are he'll wind up giving her A sparkling wedding ring. But before they tie the nuptial knot We il lave 'em agitation By inviting them to Hilciaft For their wedding invitation. There's beauty in the craftsmanship Of Hilcraft's fine engraving. Tet Bride and Groom will buy the best At most substantial saving. So when there's romance in the air And T0U want to name the day. Let Hilcralt do it lor you 1% the very smartest way. nm Don Schrager Newly elected officers and committee chairmen of Miami i Masada were installed in a garden ceremony conducted by Rabbi Menahem Sparer, honorary Masada member, last week. Don Schrager took office as president. Others inducted at the rites were Jerry Simms, vice %  president: Aileen Tamaroff. recocrding secretary: Louis Fine, treasurer: Dora Krendel and Ethel Miller, corresponding secretaries: Saul Taub. sergeant-atI arms: Marty Eig. representativeat-large and historian. Committee chairmen include | Hal Herman, Lee Polak. Marty Eig, Aileen Aamaroff. Eugene' Aronovitz. Rabbi Sparer. Dena' Mazo and Hank Berkowitz. Miami Masada. an organization for young adults between the I ages of 18 and 35. meets at the • Miami Jewish Community Center every other Thursday. Use Our Wet Wash jfft 5c lb !" ASK OUR DRIVER OR PHONE :t-07.-.:t — :t-07.11 For Free Piek tp and Oelitttt ..-*•* ,•>• ,-*•• J (nfrevinf Ctmpany 122 N.I. SIXTH STRICT T|l> fPM ON 1^1-11*4 *<^ &W &\W R (J&tfaw^ we'll send )<* If your baby is on the way • • ^ ABSOLUTELY FREE and without obligate • • subscription to "BABY TALK" B.^" Ihe health and welfare of Mothers ami Bab.eEach issue of this valuable na.ionaU.on^ packed full of authoritative pre-natal a"" on ,bt mothers-to-be and, helpful, interesting uc 1 care and training of your t*J. ^'£,4elidi.M| charming baby pictures make "Baby I a |(# for mothrs-in-waiting and young mother. PHONE 82-3451 i d EEI3 M i tmmm • •**. mm. "— • **^!1



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)AY, JUNE 23, 1950 annual Miami lire he.-. jnter Camp To ,en Monday he twelfth Irish Community Center Day '' w m officially open for an t-week season on Monday, e 26. at 9 a.m. ,e camp program, which will un U ntil August 18. is similpn out-of-town camp except ldren return home atier 4 Special activities includ" ..ming. dramatics,, arts and t's, athletics, dancing, singing, trips and tours and In addition, programs from the youngsters own estions and the campers plan own activities through a p counsel. They also publish lr own camp newspaper. special feature this year will midget division catering to esters five and six years of The regular camp is for ,ren from seven to fourteen. jo Center Home Camp Comee, of which Martin Rubinis chairman, serve, as a iiing group for the camp and ts the professional staff in jday camp program, rthe first time transportation ing provided for the children will be picked up in the ling and returned to their es in the afternoons. There daily check-up on the physiell-being of each child and children are insured against lents. .,nches .are served daily and ddition milk is served every noon. ic week prior to camp was t in training the counsellor^ in orientating them to a ic Camp program. A separate fcshop was held on each campactivity such as dramatics. i and crafts, etc., and counts were given the opportunity only to learn new methods approaches but also to share r past experiences. cas To Discuss TV lyde Lucas of station WTVJ speak on "The Future of] ^vision" at the weekly lunchmeeting of Sholem Lodge, fci B'rith on Friday, June 23, |1215 p.m. at the Miamian aurant. *J<**istFhridfon Following completion of an advanced Underwriting course at Purdue University. William Rafkind is specializing in estate analysis work and business life insurance as special agent for the John Hancock life Insurance Company, with offices at 234 Biscayne Blvd. Graduating from the University of Wisconsin in 1940. Mr. Rafkind joined the Aetna Life Insurance Company and remained until entering the service in 1941. At the time of his release in 1946 he had attained the rank of LI. Colonel. Mr. Rafkind is married to a Tampa girl and has one son. The family resides at 3711 S.W. 27th Terr. Tamara Chapter To Hoar Pianist %  iSta J S? urlin local wncert Pianist, will perform at the CharS ?VF* of Tam "a h K Z f M !" chl Women to be held on Tuesday. June 27, 8.30 p.m. at the National Hotel. The young musician is a graduate of the School of Music of the University j0 f Miami, as well M the Julliard School of Music L.ast month she presented a recital at the university and appeared as soloist with the university symphony during the schools commencement concert on June 11. Mrs. Philip Bloom is in charge of the affair and Mrs. Jack H Kane is in cha rge of the program. Couples Club To Meet .Suiiflav r-, T \l e A" unR Married Coupies •n u ? e th D:,vid Congregation wui hold an "eating meeting" on Sunday. June 25. at 7:30 p.m. at the new synagogue, j A cold-cut buffet supper will be served and dancing, games and i entertainment will round out the j evening, according to Mrs. Beri nard Applebaum. president. Reservations mav be made by I calling Mrs. Mac Mermell, 83-1973: Mrs. Ernest Fishalow, 83-2117; or j Mrs. Harold Segal. 9-2121. Meeting Scheduled Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center will meet on Wednesday. June 28. at 8:30 p.m. at the Hialeah City Hall. PAGE THIRTEEN Youth Chorus To Sing At Rally The Youth Friendship Chorus, a choral group comprised of boys and girls of all faiths, will be featured at the Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. third annual July 4 celebration in Flamingo Park on Tuesday, July 4. The choral aggregation was formed two years ago at the suggestion of David Rabinowitz. Bnai B'rith youth adviser and currently engaged in the direction of the teenage television program sponsored by the Coca Cola Co. Rablnowitz's intent was to develop understanding between youths of all religions and creeds. Approximately 40 boys and girls will sing Irving Caesar's famed "Songs of Friendship," which invite mutual understanding between peoples and nations. Other features of the patriotic celebration will be a concert by the American Federation of Labor Concert Orchestra and addresses by civic leaders and greetings bv Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach. Chairman of the evening. George J. Talianoff. predicts a record attendance and urges all members of the community to attend the ceremonies. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins Co 907 Biscayne Bldn 19 W. Flagler St. "A GOOD NAME ]i more to be [treasured them riches." Proverbi IGORDON 1FUNERAL HOME[SYMBOLIZES EVERYHNG A GOOD NAME IMPLIES ln r rJ. years the nam • R DON has been as£** with service to al Miami Jewish causes ; *>" time of need let „ IP I" 0 as we have. ne W other grateful families ORDON S-W. 12th Av.nue l0 33431 or 9-1436 l J S. L. PLTJMMEH F unerl Director Tom Smith To Speak Tom Smith, director of the Miami Beach Convention Bureau and Publicity Department, will be guest speaker at the next meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club on Tuesday, June 27, at 12:15 p.m. at Mei Yin Restaurant. Smith will sDeak on "Sunshine City Becomes the Convention City of the Year." The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community. Wide Kashruth Association, Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warns the public. Ilni of the ll.MVIl Vaad; QMVH n i a. :a; the ll.MVH That only Moris whenthe displayed are endorsed by the 2. That only chickens with the rln of the are endorsed by the Vaad as kosher; 3. That only FRESHLY KII.I.KD chickens with the ring (.1 may be purchased In the live poultry market: 4. That COLD chickens in the live poultry market cannot lie endorsed by the Vaad because they may be Crver Zman: :'. Not to be misled bv statements such as '•traditional meals served" under the impres.sion that they are kosher. For other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN, Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec. A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. S. LOBEL. Treas. TASTES GOOD ....IT SHOULD IT'S H0LSUM 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 WI0D WGBS WKAT WFTL %  WVCG YOUR HOME-TOWN BAKERS FOR 37 YEARS 7> •>>""': : %  !*" WL F*z, i d I



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jeistfk>rin. • • • Max Patkin is breaking records wherever he performs with his ball act. Last year Max played in 70 cities throughout the nation. %  Thus far he has passed that mark I in bookings and from present indications appears likely t hit at least one hundred cities before the season comes to a close. His fame is spreading rapidly and undoubtedly he is the coming' comic of the diamond. Al Schacht. I the veteran of many years standj ing. is sticking close to his lucrai tive restaurant in Manhattan these days although he does jump around for old friends. In the meantime Patkin is taking the play away wherever he appears and is young enough and ambitious to make the big time. This summer, his third on the road, he will play a major league ball park for the first time. Cincinnati has booked him for early in June. His performance will be watched eagerly by other big league clubs and if the Philly boy puts on one of his better shows he will be made. Patkin ; started with the Cleveland Indians four summers ago but is I doing much better under the | guidance of Eddie Gottlieb. Philly j promoter, who is handling his I tour. In the event Patkin is available I during the winter you may see him developing a basketball routine which will be put on with the Philadelphia Sphas who plan I to tour the country again next i winter. Nat Holman. City College i mentor, is still in great demand I as a speaker these days although the winter basketball season has been put away in mothballs. Rei cently we accompanied him to JNew Haven where he gave an I inspiring address to a YMHA j gathering at the Woodbridge i Country Club. Nat told an amusI ing yarn that bears repeating. [The writer was delegated to introduce the Coach of the Year and it was only natural that we should refer to him as Mr. Basketball. When Nat spoke he said it was all fine and dandy to the called "Mr. Basketball" and to be lauded to the skies. The fact remains he is the same guy he was when City didn't win two national titles within ten days and from those who knew him intimately he still received the same kind of attention that he received formerly. He was trying to tell his youthful listeners that honors, titles, etc.. weren't everything. And to illustrate his point he told how he returned home after winning the second time against Bradley. His wife greeted him at the door and he was in heaven expecting her to float through the air with him. "Honey."' she said as he reached the door. "Will you please take the garbage out." If he needed a lesson in humility this was it and he tried to pass the idea along to the boys. The game was the thing, not necessarily the honors and glory. • • Abe Saperstein called Maurice Podoloff. president of the NBA, from London the other day to report his Globetrotters were breaking all sorts of attendance records in Europe, too. He invited Podoloff and Eddie Gottlieb to fly to Europe early in June to join Abe and if Gottlieb can make it he too will join his promoting associate. Vic Frank. Yale's sensational discus thrower, established what amounts to an all-time record recently at the I.C. 4A when he won the discus throw for the fourth successive year. Future contestants will not be able to equal this unusual performance due to the fact that Frank was a wartime baby and was granted a four-year eligibility. Future collegiate platter throwers; will have to be contented with threevear eligibility after serving their novitiates in their freshman seasons. Frank and Jim Fuchs were powerful enough in the discus and shot put events to gain Yale the IC 4A throne. Known as the •Hardware Twins." these giant youngsters have enhanced old ; Eli's reputation in the field events. • • • Al Schacht, the clown prince of baseball and former pitcher and coach of Washington, accepted the captaincy of the Broadway and Hollywood allstar team which opposed a team of amputee war veterans of the National Amputation Foundation in a game at the Polo Grounds. i New York, the night of July 19. • • Everyone in the American League is raving about Al Rosen's I sensational clubbing with the i Cleveland Indians. At the end of I May the third baseman had belted ten home runs or one more than Ralph Kiner of the Pittsburgh Pirates who led both leagues in home runs last summer. Al is beginning to make Cleveland fans forget about Ken Keltner who has moved on to Boston. The Jewish infielder went into the second !game of a twin bill last May 21 i before he committed his first error of the 1950 season. He muffed a twisting liner off the bat jof Bobby Brown, Yankee third I sacker. Judge Morris Roihenberg. national chairman of the I Jewish Appeal, congratulates Mrs. Louis Glasser after itti presented a check for $250,000 from Miami at the National I Conference of the United Jewish Appeal held in Chicago i | Opens Larger Offices Lewis Pomerantz, certified pub| lie accountant, anounces the opening of larger offices at 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Pomerantz received both his bachelor's and master's degrees from New York University. A member of the American Institute of Accountants and Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai B'rith. he resides at 3030 S.W. 15th St. QM. CHICKS S0UP5 .... ietfot tUoH em! WITH MATZOH ; BALLS e > WITH KREPLACH • WITH NOODLES I HOROWIT: MARGARETEI CONDENSED KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUP FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. 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IDAY, JUNE 23, 1950 B'nai B'rith Lodges Score Failure Of nazification, Urge Review Of Policy ,...,. B'nai B'rith lodges in *to*MnorMfiajn niret j i have unanimously lutions scoring the lure of the denazification prothe American Zone of review of the American policy in Germany by Congress Sholem Miami Beach and in me miiwM.-u *i „ 1( i roplcal lodges have fo %  ... > i %  many "' i"B in S a complete copies of their resolution to the President of the United SI liamians Attend IG, AZA Meets hvc delegates from the B'nai Kth Girls Organizations in later M mi will attend a disfl B'nai B'rith convention from fi P 24 thi nigh 27 in Baltimore, anounnced by Selma Lewis, |i:h din r up from Greater Miami llude Miriam Levy, Sholem aptcr: Flora Seltman and Anita an, Hillel Chapter; Sandy batman. BZB Chapter and' fraine Albert, ALS Chapter. the girls will participate in a e-fold program of athletics, Jhmunily service, cultural, relifuand social programs. Five deli gates from the Greater Wi an a AZA chapters atIdcd a district meet from June Itlmmuh 22 at Camp Blue Star, fcdersonville, N. C. Tttending were Bob Cooper, |phtn S. Wise Chapter; Bernard plnick, Robert L. Blumenthal Bpter: Sti ve Tar, Sigma Rho apter; .Martin Garden. Hillel aptcr. Sonny April, Chapter the youths participated in I / Seminars, a varied lrts program and extensive Jir.ess programs devoted to the nning il community service the coming year, featured speaker at the confence v. Irving Cantor of Secretary of State Dean Aches n and Florida Congressmen urgine r-o -oL ,p '"'! f House Resolution: oi8-a86 and Senate Resolution 260 requesting the President to appoint a bipartisan commission relating to American policy in Germany. "What is imperatively needed at this point, in view of the failun and disappointments of the pasl is a full review by the United States Congress and by a presidential commission of the execution of American policy in Germany and the need for a positive program," the resolution reads. The lodges call for the strengthening of the pro-democratic forces in Germany; the elimination of all active supporters of the Nazi program from policy making and other positions ot authority or responsibility; the democratization of the economy and the maintenance of such controls on the economy that while providing an adequate standard of living and contributing to European recovery, the country will never again become a threat of war; the re-education of the German people, especially its youth, in a spirit of democratic and peaceful cooperation. Sisterhood To Meet The Sisterhood of the Northeide Jewish Center will hold its next meeting on Monday night. June Shingt D. C..~the national 26. at Douglas Gardens. N.E. 52nd gram director for the B'nai St. and 2nd Ave.. according to an h Y %  Organizations. i announcement by Mrs. A. ZuckerI man. acting president. Hindi .in to Star CVnlor Fete Share* Chapter Names Delegates Youn a ret w Chapter B n£ B'rith Jfoung Women, w n ,,.,„, mual B'nai in V ,, '< %  D. C, Julv i by ttlyn l,n e Cohen and I %  -, C | on ll; '' conclave will be held in •i with the District Convention of the B'nai B'rith young Men in order to better colucational, recreational, social and community service programs undertaken by B'nai B'rith Young Adults on a national level ram an four B'nai B'rith Young Women units in the Greater Miami area comprised of young women between the ages of 18 and 25. Announcement of other delegates will be made shortly, according to Miss Selma Lewis, youth director for this area. Pearlman Graduates Jules Pearlman, Jr., graduated from the University of Chicago this week with a B. A. degree. Jules plans to enter the University of Miami Law School in the fall. PAGE FIFTEEN i Young Zionists To Hold Oneg Shabbat i An ne 8 Shabbat will be held! oj the Miami Beach v PU n& Zionist District on Friday. June -•i. at the home of Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan, 4625 N. Bay Road. Miami Beach, at 8:30 p.m. Them < toi the evening will be a 01 Israeli music, in which all! HI will participate. This %  ini Shabbal i one oi .. a nes b< in poi ed e\ Friday evi ning by the group as a part ol the education phase of its P/OBram. The gath. i i i be held at various homes on Miami Beach. Information concerning the may be obtained by contactmg Florence Abram son.' chairSwim Dance Planned A swim dance will be sponsored by the North Shore Jewish Center at the Kingston Hotel on Monday, June 26, at 8 p.m. Entertainment and refreshments will be provided and admission will be one dollar, i man of the -cries, or Goodwin, president. David Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade SEEKS PULPIT AMERICAN-BORN YOUNG RABBI ORDAINED IN ISRAEL, EXPERIENCED AS RABBI. EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR AND HILLEL DIRECTOR. SEEKS PULPIT IN PROGRESSIVE OR CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION. CAPABLE ORATOR. FINE PERSONALITY AND EXPERIENCED IN COMMUNAL ACTIVITIES. WRITE D. K.. BOX 2973. MIAMI Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 complete and S^ependat/e c7iJk Sletwe IAMI TiTUE & distract Co. 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 104 N.E. FIRST STREET TELEPHONE 3-6661 prst in bbership |ish Coir. Tuesda; (he ccntci jer. pres feature f recent s. feere is n er said. lies of general ting of the Miami inity Center will be June 27 at 8 p.m. uditorium, Max R. nt. has announced. • vening will be ell known comedian headliner at Kitty i admission charge. pate Highlights Vs Club Meeting %  meeting of the Beth David f s Club was held Thursday, f % %  at 8 p.m. at the new Mogue. jjshlight ol the evening was Bate on the controverisal sublet "Slum Clearance. Citizens piairu will be given an opporf> to vote for or against it T e s Pecial election to be held j^'l;.y. June 2 7. fe^DABLE DOMESTIC HE LP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 H EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phonet 9-5317 — 9-8727 j L MEIDENBERO, Own.r SlINRAYPARK i HEALTH RESORT WL HOTELSANITARIUM UF FOB REST. CONVALESCEMCI AHD CJUKWIC CASH "FLORIDA JEWISH CUISINE |LUNCHEON SPECIALS Isrul AGE CH EESE Ah-Cohditloned WHILE THEY LAST! *•„!„. Floor FREE! 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DADfi FEDERAL gratefully acknowledges this strength and the confidence of each member of it* family, and takes this opportunity to reassure them that the finest in modern savings and loan facilities and an efficient and friendlv service is available to them at all times. EVERYBODY IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO CELEBRATE WITH US! "Dade 'ifaleJuU' SatnUufJ. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI JOSEPH M. LIPTON. President Resource ExceeJ $27,900,000.00 Reserves Exceed f l,8i0,000.00 • Member Federal Home Loan Bank Federal Savings eud Loan Insurance Corporalia



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' %  • •• %  • PAGE SIXTEEN JelstHcrldiair FRIDAY. IUNE 23, 1350 FOOD FAIRS BUYERS RING THE BELL AGAIN WITH ANOTHER SENSATIONAL, MONEY-SAVING YERS'WEEK FEATURES EFFECTIVE THURS. FRI. SAT. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED %^ 2uaLLf. Qoodl at law. P\icU! FAMOUS Igc. For Economical, Faster Washing 19 N II O A A BUYER 5 WEEK FEATUPE ^k lb. boa Jj J BORDEN S -^ j^ j^ Silver Cow Milk 3 29 19' Rinso FACTORY PACK FRUITCRAFT Bartlett Pears No. 2'? can HOLLYWOOD Cut Green Beans 3 25' HUNTS Strawberry Preserves 29' HEINZ Cucumber Slices s 21* RED BIRD Sweet Potatoes No. 2 V? can LUCKY LEAF Apple Juice RCAL'S Sr Wax Paper 2 Of. bottle MARCAL'S Kit Ch • Hitter's Butter Beans • Staff 0 Life Blackberries • Milani 1890 French Dressing • Fyne Taste Cranberry Sauce • Centaur Soft Toilet Tissue • Seda Household Towels • Burry's Chip Cookies • Bennett's Chili Sauce Relish • Dexol Powdered Bleach FYNE TASTE Coffee FAC ALETTE Tissues 125 ft. rolls No 300 15 e 19' 35' 29c No 2 coni 8 or bottle 3 I0OO triad tollj BACK 35c 29c 2 "t? 25c 23c 10c 19c 15c 27c 65c Igo boa 8 or g'o-.. 10 or. i %  ) FROZEN FOODS Spinach Chopped or Leaf rv_^ 2 ST 33c lb Box of 200 Diced Beets 16 or 10c 10c FARMER GRAY FANCY FOWL 45 c Crwfo A Co. Shipped D j and D'3"n BLUE RIBBON BONELESS COKNED BEEF 79* Blue fi.bbon. Ci' f.ncil Ouodiy! MIDDLE STATES AMERICAN A S>-o

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 23, 1950

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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ll Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
K^23 NUMBER 25
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Gov't. Sets Up "Security Zone"
Area Where Border Clashes Occurred
EDDIE CANTOR PLEDGES FULL TIME
TO UJA AS HE SAILS FOR ISRAEL
ERUSALEM. (JTA)Premier
U Ben Gurion, in has capacity
JttuSter "f Defense, this week
fired he Hartuv-Beit Jibrin
t a -security zone" Hartuv
located about 15 miles west of
lu=aleni while Beit Jibrin is
tut 12 miles south of Hartuv.
k Was this area which was
Quentlv mentioned last week in
EL] Israel reports of battles
Veen Jewish troops and Arab
lltrees from Transjordan terri-
fy The setting off of the area
la "security zone" in an effort
lend the infiltrations may be
lowed by the removal of por-
|ni of the local population
I.h has been aiding and
letting the marauders, informed
jirces said.
Ft is understood that this meas-
le will in no way interfere with
Je functioning of the mixed
lael-Transjoraan armistice com-
fcsion, nor with the operation
T the planned mixed border
k'.rols. Neutral U.N. sources have
[pressed the opinion that the
Eve may help in ending the
prder clashes.
[Earlier a total of 66 Arab in-
hirees were rounded up by
Irael units and Arab marauders
tere reported, with the heaviest
attack of the night launched!
against Kibbutz Saad.
(Five, of the seven member j
states of the Arab League this'
week signed a defensive pact, it
was reported from Alexandria.,
Transjordan boycotted the meet-
ing and Iraq abstained on the
pact. It was reported that the
Council sent the U.S., Britain and
France a reply on their Near East
arms statement refusing to ac-
cept the armistice lines in Pales-
tine as permanent boundaries,
rejecting big power interference
in Arab internal affairs and ex-
pressing the hope that the West-
ern powers do not intend to
equalize the total of Arab arms
with Israel weapons.)
Kai/ Named
Spwial Envoy
To Europe
WASHINGTON. (JTA)Milton
Katz, whose appointment to suc-
ceed Averell Harriman as special
U.S. representative in Europe was
sent to the Senate by President
Truman this week, has been
deputy U.S. special representative
in Europe since June. 1949.
ros And Cons Of Jewish All-Day School
liscussed At Rabbinical Conference
. _______ im -rx___ _\i j..* .-,,i,,,,,i qc a nhonor
as. s^sra. s^. s Sfess
henceforth he would devote the major part of his tim. to me
United Jewish Appeal.
Israel Pleased
With Big Three
Stand On Arms
TEL AVIV. (JTA)Israel's
general satisfaction with the
"positive attitude" of Britain,
France and the United States in
opposing the.continuation of the
Near East arms race was voiced
here this week by Foreign Minis-
ter Moshe Sharett. He spoke at a
press conference on the recent
tri-partite statement of policy on
the Near East.
Pointing out that Israel had no
intention of modifying the exist-
! ing situation in the Near East by
force or threat of force. Minister
Sharett said that Israel is not
completely satisfied with the sec-
tion of the Allied statement
which states that arms will be
supplied upon the receipt of as-
surances that they will be used
only for non-aggiessive purposes.
The Foreign Minister said that
. this did not contain a positive bid
I foi peace, stability and the es-
1 tablishment of normal relations
I in the Middle East.
I Asked about the Western
Powers' point that the arms
I shipped to the Near East are
meant to be used for the overall
defense of the area. Minister
Sharett said that Israel's primary
concern is with the defense of its
own territory.
I CINCINNATI, (JTA} Pros
nd cons of the Jewish "all-day
ljol" were presented here at
i discussion before the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
Srhich is now holding its 61st an-
nual convention.
Speaking against the "all-day
Ichiols." Dr. Victor Reichert -
':ncinnati. said: "I see the JewL..
ill-day school is a phenomenon ..,-;,,,
BLR SLST^ BSU*t3V^ j5;jSS W3=
?tic liberalism and withdrawal; private secular_ schools J^y| -
unueu jwaii r*i-------_________________________________..-----------------------------------
Cohen Resigns As JSSB Director;
Ungerleider Re-Elected President
. ., .,____,~ f flhmtai R. Cohen,! mended by the nominating
rii aiiu *> n*
of separatism. The
tattle On Slum
Clearance Hotter
Employment of a 1948 congres-
onal committee report on abuses
California as an argument
[ainst federal aid for slum clear-
ice in Miami, evoked a blast
iis week from public housing
id slum clearance backers.
Abe Aronovitz, chairman of the
atizens Committee for Slum
learanee, hit back at a state-
lent by Samuel T. James, sec-
tary of the Committee Against
scialized Housing.
'It is silly to try to convince
the people of Miami that they
ight to vote against this because
'me Communist was found living
> public housing in California,"
-onnvitz said.
The battle appeared to be grow-
imi's referendum on the federal
'jd program drew nearer. The
(lection is scheduled for Tuesday
'"hough whether it is held de-
tends on a Supreme court deci-
n on the legality. The ruling
ad been expected early this
eek, but to date there has been
o word from Tallahassee.
The
private secui school under religious auspices..
Therefore, any opposition to their |
existence should be based on an
objective consideration ol me
facts, rather than on any emo-
tional reactions on the parts ot
Jews whose Judaism is so at-
tenuated that they always, psy-
chiatrically, consider anything
Jewish as anti-American
The conference reaffirmed its
stand for separtion of Church and
State when it approved the fol-
lowing recomendations of 1W
Church and State Committee, l.
Protest against the use <
public schools as places of Bible
distribution; 2. Opposition to use
of public tax money for direct
or indirect support of parochial
schools, Christian or Jewish. 3.
Opposition to use of clergymen
as officially paid court officers, 4^
Protest against the practice of
feeking the support of town or
d?y officials through govern-
mental edicts or proclamation of
"holy day that is not significant
to the non-Christian public; and
5. Opposition to use of PUbUC
buildings for display of strictly
religious symbols of sectarian
*$?W resources md spirit
economic and I Ackerman, Irving Frankel Ber-
in the com- nard Pallant. Joseph Gardner and
---- i j. Gerald Lewis, trustees. Those
Miami from At- ; "gg^ address concluded with electeeI tc "nf J?2
lanta five years the following statement wan ; mcluded^^aS MSinger.
ago to reorganize, to take this oPPOrtuntt, MCO| J^erm^ Mrs. Stanley
as well as wei- i ^ tribulations, a source of
the greatest satisfaction in being
Ungerleider
Md
I The committee fighting public
Pousing claimed there are "hun-
dreds of families living in public
Rousing here who have as much
fare relief. A
native of Cleve-
land and an
alumnus of Ohio
State University and the Graduate
School of Social Service at the
Universitv of Chicago, Cohen
served with the Hamilton County
Department of Public: Wei are, of
Cincinnati, the Jewish Children s
Bureau of Chicago, the Amer
fcan Red Cross during mri
emergencies and the Win*
oTphln Home of Atlanta prior to
assuming his post here.
Cohen will terminate his service tnbution w
nn Sentomber 1 and stated that; the years to come,
his future plans would be an- Pnl Elrv stone.
nounced shortly.
^The inner resources and spirit- ^"d. together with a number
uaI vitality of the generation of vei0J ^ons related to community
tne greatest !'"'- ~- .-
a part of a movement in both the
Jewish and general community
.which has, as its single and self-
less purpose, a devotion to tne
preservation and maintenance of
family life as a part of a great,
effort in preserving the demo-
cracy in which we live I know
that the dynamic character which
has marked the growth of this
organization during the past
thirty years will continue to
flourish and make for an even
more marked and significant con-
tribution to the community in
,e years to come."
Col Elry Stone, honorary pres-
ident of the JSSB. presented a
testimonial scroll to Cohen in
appreciation of his services by
the bureau.
Officers chosen in addition to
Ungerleider were those recom-
![""'" claimed there I
preds of families living
Bousing here who have as mucn
r more income than the average
a'ami homeowner and taxpayer."
..ner and taxpayer.
Singled out were four families,
pree with members on public
Jousing pay rolls.
1 in the other corner, Aronovitz
repeated in a challenge to Charles
I Babcock, federal aid opponent,
P"a L. L. Brooks, head of a rental
P8ency, to produce a list of 1,000
F'aimed vacant units for Negroes
?vailable at $35 a month rental.
Jewry whicn wrong"' rrer ,
renaissance and the state of Israel
are sadly lacking in many Amen
can Jewish circles today, D
Samuel M. Blumenfield of Chi
caw noted Jewish educator, told
tofconference at a symposium on
Israel and the American Jew.
ican Reform's association witn
ofgHartford. Conn., was chairman
of the symposium.
pSSTnd The JSSB services,
during the coming months.
eHsdrp8haSed0^gfrehaSt
Frr^thieS,zof
existence Som "semi-organized
lerlTel tor marginal economic
segments of the community ad-
^mobilized a high degree of
Professionally disciplined
na is.iass.
Herbert Sher was toastmaster
and presented as principal speak-
er Tom Wintersteen. executive
director of the Dade County
Council of Social Agencies.
Wintersteen discussed the rela-
tionship of the organized service
bureau to the community.
Ungerleider. in his message to
members of the bureau attending
the brunch called attention to the
considerable activity of the
agency during the past year and
the problems confronting the
bureau.
The text of his message follows:
The past year has been one of
considerable activity for the
agency. We have been confronted
with the trials and tribulations
brought on by the needs of ex-
panding services including great-
er demands for direct relief and
this in the face of diminishing
finances
If it is any consolation, l can
say that our problems are also
, the problems of most American
I communities today but ours have
'been brought into sharper focus
because all of the impacts have
occurred within the past year.
The conflicts throughout the
world and the social and eco-
Israel. Jordan To
Establish Line
JERUSALEM. (JTA) High
military officers of Israel and
Jordan mit this week and decided
to set up a demarcation line trom worm ana uw >uu.. -
Ein Gedi to the Jordan River. The nomic problems in our community
line will be divided into sectors \ h had their m effects on many
line "i -li u -aennnn. I ,___Ml__~.A h-iv.' nnwd
Ein (jedi to me juiuau *.... nomic pruuieuu ......--------
line will be divided into sectors! have had their m effects on many
and each nation will be responsi- i of our families and have posed
hie for the cost of erecting and ,- ------.->.- ohallpns
maintaining the demarcation
markers in their respective
spctors
Construction of the demarca-
.. __i__,j,,i..,i M Ksain
SUa3^jaJ--S uoritnTr.heduled to"oegin
fzned %Z?*J&r&J July 1.
01 our lain""" --------
for us a worthy challenge.
Locally, many of our families
were beginning to feel the effects
of seasonal and occupational un-
employment. They no longer had
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11 Beach Men Will
Attend ZOA Meet
n Miami B< ach men will
nd the mual com
n of the Zionist Orsj;in:.
i rica at th< Steven
June 30 I
ling to an
t of the M lie
\ i im G
: I v ; : senting
the Soul rn Regioi |
ZOA: S' |, I.,. ,n J ;;
n .; n J b C,
Leon Kror
S. A. G
[iami E i \:
lis J. Kr nsky,
is expect 2.000
MioIcin l.rougis Jo
Hold Ront Hide
Sholi m W B'na
B'rith, will join :'
in sp msorii a "Cast ay Boat
r.nd Dance" Sunday, June
p.m.
Th three- li Seven Si
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Chairman H
' .: by lit Rap] t. St
: i Curtice and Mrs.
Sidney An m v I
Proceeds of thi ffair will be.
| |, unity -
ims. Ticket.- pur-
chased at the pier.
ts th th c iunl s
- present. Sessions will be a I
d by President Harry S
n; Vice
Berkley; Aubrey Eban. Israel's
ne.v ambass id I Was
D:. Abba Hillel Silver: Dr.
Emi nuel N< thers
The conclave will deal with
. .
Zi jnist vemenl
in Zion-
an : I th n ng W
st C tigress Dr. A:
ss n ZOA :-. :
le."
ill :
ssions M
S. Man
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will
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Praigrod Unveiling
The dedication of a monument '
1 th< memory of the late Salmon
jrod, formerly of 1752 Bay;
Road. Miami Beach, will take,
lace on Sunday. June 25. at 10 |
at Mount Sinai Cemeterv, j
th Rabbi Murray Grauer of-
ficiating Mr. Praigrod was a
member of the Workmen's Circle
and is survived by his wife, one I
daughter and one son. Arrange-1
k in charge of Palmer's'
mi Monument Co. Relatives]
and friends are requested to at-
t< nd.


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Gerstein Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
memorv of the late
J G irstein. who p. :,
July 28. 1949. will take place
v, Jung 25 at 11:30 a.m. at
Mt. Neb Cemetery, with Rabbi
HaxJj ting. Arrj
argi : Thurmond
pany.
- in< lu i< the widow.
[rs. Lillian I... Gerald
son: t Mrs
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lives
A luncheon at the Shelborne Hotel, on Wednesday. June 28 will mart, ?>, or,.,,
the Books-.n-Brief Club. Members of the club who have been readina^rfrov.o ?0th """""Tl
cussing current events for the past 20 years are (seated. 1 ?o 7? Mr' Lu S **"**
den ; Mrs. Charles Feldman, Mrs. Morris Weinberq oresident- M Inn HDeim,an;,re""n9 presi-
Kotkin; (standing. 1. to r.| Mrs. Minna R. Mell Mrs JackV** Mr' I PDaS,r"' Mri Hanf
Pallet and Mrs. Mike Kotkin. Samel. Mrs. I. L. Reisman. Mrs. Louis
Literary Hub To
>lrk llirfhdav
Goldstein Unveiling
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merly o( 5828 Pnc
-' Mia : B will
June 25
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nd friend
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Solinger Unveiling
lion of a mom
- :- I i rlj : 152] S.W
8th St take pi S
t 11 :.. at the
ic Section I Woodlawn
:. Rabbi Mur-
ra>' C. ...ting.
Mr S : was a member of
El Congregation and BPOE
I Miami, He is survived bv his
nd sons. Leo. Joe and'Max
Sam, Falls River.
..nd Leonard of Providence. R. 1.:
two daughters, Frieda Furie
: N( .v York, and Edith Smith.
"f Providence.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co
L en Is and relatives are asked
to be present.
Music Group To Meet
. ": Listening Group of
;: Miami Beach V will meet
dajr. June 27, at 8:30
r m. Joe M. iney, cl man, will
-' thi --. ntarv.
Th B ks- n-B C ib will
' :.
on Wednesday, June
the Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach.
A special ] _
I by Mrs. Jack Samet.
i celebrate
20th annivi rs try : thi
ip. Memtx win
in the m are
Minna R. Mell, Mrs. I. L.
Reisn an, Mrs. L. uis Palol and
Mrs. Charles Geldman.
New president of the group is
W.mberg. who suc-
Mrs. Louis Heiman
I Other members of the group
who ha-. meeting together
Past 2 rears to read and
ks and discuss current
Ann Pastroff.
Mi s. Mike Kotkin and Mrs. Harrv
rwotkin.
COLORED MAIDS
GOOD DAY WORKERS $5
High School Girls
Nurse Maid Jcbs S15 Weekly
ACE EMPLOYMENT
127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619
The Showcase of Good Food
t^ GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
wt,/
w Qmtmaipeim
Attention to every detail of Jewish religious
requirements in an atmosphere of beauty
and peace distinguishes our service to the
Jewish family.
Our two complete funeral chapels are up-to-
the-minute in every detail of their equip-
meritbeautifully furnished ami decorated
throughout.
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[^TDAY. JUNE 23, 1950
I'll Say...
wvw YORK, May 30Went to Rockefeller Center,
L? h is the heart of New York. The sight of this
f. 'Ver of skyscrapers is breathtaking regardless
t often one has seen them on former visits. One
li this to be the final expression of capitalism,
ll nnd which private and free enterprise cannot go.
Imensitv efficiency, loftiness, convenience, yet not
l^ihout a'kind of awesome artistry. I planned to
It the travel bureaus and consular offices main-
f'fned at high expense by foreign governments. One
fa et qUick and accurate information from this
Linature united nations where everything is central-
ized and accessible.
The Flag of Israel
i But everything seemed strangely quiet, like the
L mber silence of a vast cathedral. What was the
l ason? Surely it could not be Sunday. "Memorial
Inav answered a uniformed caretaker. I forgot that
Kjpw York remembers the brave men who died to
Lave the Union on a different day than the South
Indicates to the gallant men who tried to destroy
Ithe Union. Going back to the hotel, I passed the
fountain under the gilded heroic figure supporting
Ithe ring which suggests Atlas holding up the world.
I This view is commanded by a parapet on which are
I mounted the flags of all the sovereign nations. And
I there wafted by a gentle wind, fluttered the blue
land white Flag of Israel.
I Military Occupation of Nazi Lands
\ June 1. Again I visited Rockeller Center, and
made the rounds of a dozen consulates. Got the
came answer from each consul representing any
l European country west of the iron curtain: visas are
no longer required of any American carrying a
nassDort Then I went to 42 Broadway, and after 15
minutes obtained from the U.S. Military a permit
to enter Germany and Austria. I would never have
*-JmlsiiHeritor,
PAGE THREE
Notes Of A Traveler
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
applied to a German consul for permission to visit
his accursed, blood-soaked soil. But I could not help
feeling a grim satisfaction that the U.S. is still master
and has the say as to who should enter or leave
the lands blighted by the Nazis.
Consulate of Israel
June 2. Israel desires American tourists. So I
read in the news dispatches. After all, Americans are
more free with the dollar than other nationals. I
therefore took it for granted that a visa would not
be required. But on Friday, I happened to be on
Fifth Ave. near 70th St. Why not take a look at the
Consulate of Israel. I had seen the other one in
Los Angeles. While the location has not the swank
of Rockefeller Center, the neighborhood is correct
and even distinguished.
Questionnaires
The offices are in a former mansion, one of the
three-storied walk-ups that housed the aristocracy
at the turn of the century. A young woman at the
single desk in the reception room posed the stock
formula: "Can I help you?" My answer: "I don't
suppose a visa is necessary for an American tourist."
With slight hauteur, she asked whether I filled out
an application. "What application?" I cross ques-
tioned naively. She handed me a paper with a long
list of typewritten questions. "Fill this out and
bring it back," she asserted authoritatively. The
questionnaire required answers as to when, where,
and why I was born. How many children. The birth
place of father and mother. Whom could I give for
reference. Furnish a letter of recommendation, to-
gether with my photo. I had to leave my passport and
was told to return Monday, 3:00 P.M.
Needless Restrictions
Having visited 24 foreign countries, I must confess
this is a new experience with extensive and varied
red tape. Virtually every free European land has
lowered all entrance bars that might impede U.S.
tourists from spending their greenbacks. Nor have
I ever known of any consul requiring a letter of
recommendation or a photo as prior requisite for a
visa to an American passport. Both are so easy to
obtain that the requirement is meaningless. Why
Medinas Israel should at this time introduce special
entrance restrictions for American visitors defies
my understanding. Especially since the Jewish Re-
public has adopted an open door policy for Jews
in all lands to make their home in their ancestral
land. Does officialdom fear that a stray American
might decide to remain in Eretz Yisroel. After all. he
is no worse than a few from Yemen or Morocco.
Bureaucratic Practices
That evening a farewell dinner was tendered to
me and another pilgrim to Israel. Among the guests
was Louis Lipsky, dean of American Zionism, and
perhaps its acutest intellect. Annoyed at my griping.
Mr. Lipsky observed that after waiting 2000 years ,
why expect perfection in two years. But I would
not accept this rebuke, although I have deep ad-
miration and affection for him. Such bureaucratic
ceremony may be all right for Iraq or Lebanon. But
having scoffed at the stupid restrictions imposed
by the self important officialdom in many lands,
we should not end up by imitating them. Of course,
neither Pres. Weizmann, nor Ben Gurion, nor the
Knesset can be held responsible for the officiousness ,
of some paltry bureaucrat, who probably cannot
think of any other way to command respect for the ,
infant state except by imposing elaborate red tape.
But we Zionists, who labored many years for the
creation of a Jewish state expect more saichet from
the foreign service of Israel.
Southeastern Community Centers
To Hold Summer Camp In Georgia
The Southeastern Jewish Com-
munity Center Camping Asssocia-
tion announces that Camp
Jay-C-C, which was to be held
at a camp site in Tennessee, has
been combined with the camp
of the Atlanta Jewish Community
Center and will be held in
Miller Elected
ll<;i-li AVC Head
Gershon Miller, Miami Beach
attorney, has been named chair-
man of the Miami Beach chapter
of American Veterans Committee.
Howard Dixon was elected vice
chairman; Louis Novick, secre-
tary: Al Bailin, treasurer; Boris
Pritcher, historian, and Jack Gor-
don, retiring chairman, parlia-
mentarian.
Rutledge, Ga July 2 through
August 13.
Camp Rutledge is located sixty
miles east of Atlanta on a private
lake and is a moaern well-
equipped camp. A Jewish atmos-
phere will be provided through
the program and Sabbath services
and dietary laws will be observed.
Any youngster, between the age
of eight through 15, who is a
member of any of the centers of
Greater Miami is eligible to at-
tend this camp for a period of
six weeks at a fee of $180.
Parents interested in registering
children for the camp must do so
by June 28 with Julius Samuels,
activities director of the Miami
Jewish Community Center or
with Mrs. Shirley Miller of the
Miami Beach Y.
Simon Receives
Optometry Degree
Dr. Jesse L. Simon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1927 N.W.
3rd St., received his degree in
optometry at the Northern Illinois
College of Optometrv in Chicago.
A graduate of Miami Beach!
High School. Dr. Simon attended
the University of Florida, where
he was a- member of Pi Lambda
Phi. He plans to return here in]
July and will engage in the
practice of optometry.

Dr. Oren To Speak
Dr. Benjxmin R. Oren will speak
o'n "Health in Middle Age" at the
closing meeting of the DOV Chap-
ter of Mizrachi Women to be held
Wednesday, June 28. at 1 p.m.
at Beth El. according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Rose Pertes,
president.
AZA Unit To Install
Officers of the Royal Palm
Chapter of AZA will be installed
on Monday evening, June 26, at
the Miami Beach Y.
Feature of the evening's pro-
gram will be showing of a film
entitled "This is B'nai B'rith,"
depicting the service projects
undertaken by the nation's oldest
Jewish service organization. Dr.
Sanford Ziff, chapter adviser, will
direct the program.
Workshop To Present
"The Bridge Builder"
Radio Workshop for Democracy
will present "The Bridge Builder"
as this week's live dramatic
presentation over station WMIE,
Saturday, June 24, at 7:45 p.m.
The local cast for this program
includes Robert Barion, M. J-
Berliner, Bob Brenner, Gertrude
Marx and Ira Cohen.
The dramatization, designed to
improve human relations, is di-
rected by Gertrude Marx, with
Bernard Hutner of the Anti-De-
famation League's Florida re-
gional office, serving as technical
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FRIDAY
JUNE;
;
EDITORIAL
Footnotes to Jewish History
Among the numerous honorary degrees
awarded this commencement season by oui
nation's colleges and universities are two that
have more than usual interest to the Jewish
communitythe Doctorate of Hebrew Letters
awarded to John Hersev by Dropsie College and
the Doctorate of Social Science conferred on Harry
Greenstein by the University of Maryland. These
are not merely perfunctory tributes to outstanding
public figures, successful alumni or philan-
thropists, past or future; they are in reality
footnotes to contemporary American Jewish
history.
In the case of Hersey, one of American Jewry's
highest institutions of learning has recognized the
great contribution made by a Christian, through
the writing of the monumental tribute to the heroic
Jews of the Warsaw ghetto, "The Wall." In the
other, the Christian community can be said to
have recognized its obligations to the DP's of
Europe by honoring Harry Greenstein, the dis-
tinguished Jewish social wcrk administrator, who
served so ably as advisor on Jewish Affairs to the
United States Army of Occupation in Germany.
These honorary degrees were also tributes to
two men of high distinction: Hersey, the Pulitzer
Prize author who has given us "Hiroshima," "A
Bell for Adano," and other notable writings and
Greenstein, the social planner, who has been an
UNRRA administrator, a former national president
c: the American Association of Social Workers as
well as for many years the executive director
Of the Associated Jewish Charities and Jewish
Welfare Fund of Baltimore.
In honoring Hersey and Greenstein, Dropsie
College and the University of Maryland did honor
THEY MUST BE REMOVED!
to themselves as well as to their newly chosen
alumni. They have also recalled once again to
the attention of the world the tragic story of the
millions of Jewish men, women and children who
were murdered and uprooted by the Nazi cam-
paign of hate. It was appropriate that both men
Maiw Can tie Cruel
Unless they get a last-minute renri
Jewish displaced persons who fcS
month ago from Shanghai win 6d h*
back to Germany and Austria bv .h" *he 4
appears in print. ,ne iune^l
The legalism involved in the denn .
i^not a matter for the layman Ef^l
any degree of sensitivity could kJ? 0Benl
the ice-water effect of Attorney Gene^M^
assertion that there was no clenr^,. .***
which the refugees could S adm,? 5^
incredible naivete to believe thot 1 W-i
always acts only under clear-cut laws ^
President Truman was reported to kJ i
When informed of the impending order H
body with a heart would permit the!I r
stay." When a man whoP wa SSfH
people to defend the laws of the land t H
an assertion, the inference is quite cl^iS
to circumventing the technicalities should?
could have been found. m '
These men and women and children who
vived the convulsions of war will survi
technicality which makes them unwanted it
a America. But how will they react to theS
that America is not the bastion of freedom*
hope and haven they believed it to be?
were honored: the man who memorialized then I
million dead Jews of Europe as an enduring
minder to the conscience of the world of thesis
o; genocide and the man who, through his s'ck\
in social planning, helped give a new life to M
fragment of European Jewry that survived ij
holocaust of Hitlerism.
Cohen Resigns As JSSB Director,
Ungerleider Re-Elected President
(Continued from Page 1) ability had to be cared for by us bureau 5*335 ITcat"
adequate savings with which to or face collapse, and sheer desti- j caIls 10r new approaches to Bar
tare for their needs or illnesses. tutlon- In meeting this problem Mltzvah
Housing, food. jobs, were real i Federation has given us financial
problems and these economic assistance about ""Ki"v"
obstacles were related to the sPeak more later
general
Bar Mitzvah Regulations Are Changed
Joint action of the Rabbinical *
Association of Greater Miami and dude three years of satisfactory
1 attendance at a daily Hebrew
On October 26 last we had our
1 first crisis. Due to lack of funds
and for the first time in our long
history, we had to close intake
for relief. The resultant com-
munity pressures were terrific
and there came about consulta-
tions with Federation for help.
This was the beginning of con-
sideration of a new relationship
tionship between the two.
The agency received a grant of
$11,000 for relief for November
and December to help us finish
the year without'serious disloca-
tions to those who were solely
dependent upon us for the ne-
cessities of life. This grant had
two conditions:
Survey.
We would live within our
social problem with the
esult that emotional insecurities
developed rapidly.
It is the- function of a family
agency JSSB to offer the
knowledge and skills to the com-
munity to relieve these problems
and to prevent family breakdown
by counselling and guidance
through professionally trained
case workers in an effort to
achieve for the families a helpful
attitudea practical solutiona
happier life.
This :s jus: another way of say-
ing that ou; function is to" prevent
individual and family breakdown.
So that the community can avail
itself of these skills and services,
there must be a relationship be-
tween the agency and the com-
munitythey must know us or
about us. who we are. the nature
Df our facilities, etc.. and this
comes about through interpreta- budget pending survey
i10?, i communiI>' JMJ what A most important event then
a family agency is and how it, occurred. MorVis Zelditchof the
th?. 3f i HWhat J! hes t0 offer- Council of Jew*h Federation, and
In th;s field much remains to be Welfare Funds came here' anS I
,..... made an exhaustive survey of the
fa addition to foregoing natural agencv. To this we owe much-a*
services to the general commun- it pointed the way a*divided
in. we have devoted much of. us with the blue print for future :
rei,fCi:tanfdvaCtiVi,y t0 ,he P'an'^ To implement that Ur! I
resettlement of New Americans, vey report, a series of meetings:
STnffii uh. Federation aid .of the survey commfttee havl!
lrfH?ti M 6* haVe arnved in glven man>' hours of constructive
addition to the constant stream. thought under the in"Di'ationa1
Th ^n51^15 r ?a,Ural fl0W cases guldance of H* Chairman StanS !
This portion of our program is Mvers barney
EmuL fmanced b>' Federation | Of prime importance was the I
while the other is supported by j need for job placement-rTotonlv !
Community Chest. The New to lessen the anSated"deS ;
American service embraces re- | of the cost for New American but'
ception housing, clothing, medical also to provide for t^emoUona
cart, language instruction, and and economic well betogof hese
Job placement. The women volun- people as well as; tolav thT
teers of the community have done | groundwork for a permanent'
yeoman work in this respect and service to the entire communftv
to them we owe much. This Dreram has hX .''
As stated before the past year I being^h^Xh^fire e^nerg?
has been jam packed: | imagination and devotion to pur-'
Last August we had our budget pose by Emil Gould to whom we
hearings before the Community: acknowledge deep gratitude
Chest and after an exceptionally: The results of this job place-
fine and aole presentation of our ment service (financed privately
heeds we got no increase in our of the cost for New Americans but
allocation. Then to worsen: and at no cost to JSSB or to
matters, the failure of the Chest Federation) has been fantastically
that need. They have
graciously- resopnded and our
needs are provided for the balance
of this month. A joint community
is considering the source of addi-
tional funds to cover this need
for the balance of the year.
We have had our personnel
problems. Changes in our profes-
sional staff have been made. A
new director is soon to be se-
lected. On my recent trip North.
seven well qualified prospects
between Federation 'and'"JSSB I ^^^117^J^ ^ fid 2* the Joinf commit'tee"'of "ihe
which is still continuing and K* to JWJl'E We. Rabbinical Association and the
which,1 hope will eventually and fcv as Mr SfhPn Z, 'f" Bu/eau of Jewish Education in
quickly result in a formal rela- I u Al..,? I leave refertnce to Bar Mitzvah stand-
us .nugusi i. ards.
In looking forward to the com- j
ing year. I have some definite I
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Newspapers. Florida Press Auocaticn
The J>wi.h Klnridisn d guarantee th Karhrutb or the me-
ChandlM advertised in tls cclumns.
school and passing a test on a
minimum area of Jewish knowl-
j_ j n i *. ^ ijrapnic Agency. Seven Arts Futon
edge and Will take effect Septem- [ Syndicate, Worldwide News Servtf,
ber 1. 1950. except for three year Natio".al Editorial Association, aiwi.
provision effective September 1,
1951. In order to stimulate maxi-
mum Jewish education a special
Certificate of Honor will be
awarded to Bar Mitzvah candi-
dates who pass a test covering the
five vear curriculum outlined by
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
A special stipulation for trans-
fer of students from one school
to another has also been recom-
mended.
Rabbi Simon April is chairman
of the joint committee of the
SUBSCRIPTION WrtlV.
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Editor and Publisher
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FRIDAY. JUNE23.1950
TAMMUZ 8. 5710
. some
recommendations to submit for
the consideration of the new
board of directors. These are
Development of an alert,
sincere, hard working board of
directors who will meet regu-
larly and offer real leadership.
A clear definition of agency
service in relation to the com-
munity needs and facilities.
Expansion of volunteer serv-
ices.
Development of interagency
relationships.
A forceful interpretation of
the agency to the community.
The establishment of an in-
tergral relationship with Fed-
eration and Community Chest
in a three way set up.
More adequate housing for
the agency and its staff.
Consideration of the estab-
lishment of a child service
program.
Further development of job
placement services as well as
vocational guidance, and re-
training for the whole com-
munity.
Development of greater par-
ticipation of the lav communitv
in social service planning
must ChieVC theSe g0als ,h*r*
Understanding
Genuine interest
Workable relationships
Hard work
The dividends are greatthe
profit is a strong, healthy, happy
communitva better place m
which to live.
LwSh,l.uexpres? my sincere
Requirements For Bar Mitzvah
Requirements for candidates for Bar Mitzvah on Sabbift
morning within Synagogues or Temples of Greater Miami are as
follows:
1. A minimum of two years of satisfactory attendance at a
daily Hebrew school of recognized standing with four hours a
more of weekly instruction, or its equivalent; a minimum of thwj
years of satisfactory attendance at a dailv Hebrew school
recognized standing with less than four hours of weekly instruction,
or its equivalent; and
2. Passing of a test bv the Bar Mitzvah candidate, before
beginning preparation for his Bar Mitzvah training, on a minimus
area of Jewish knowledge; including a minimum understanding
the Hebrew language, ability to read Hebrew prayers wi
reasonable degree of fluency and familiarity; an understanding o
basic customs and ceremonies of Jewish life, an understanding"
the early chapters of Genesis and some knowledge of major even*
and .Personalities of Jewish historv and of the contemporary J*-
world. This area of subject matter and series of tests are to
drawn up by a joint committee of the Bureau of Jewish Educate
and the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami: the test is to
administered to the Bar Mitzvah candidate bv the rabbi of w
congregation, the candidate's teacher and the executive director
trip RllroDii ..< T~...:-l_ .. ._.:__
---------- '"c uuiu.ujits ceacner ana ine eneiw""
trie Bureau of Jewish Education or his representative.
Reform Temples where,Jj
candidates tor Bar Mitevah in neiorm iempi
"e.-n.0..d.ai,?!.^e.Drew. schools will not be held to the requirements
campaign, resulted in a 26% cut. successful-jobs instead, of**& thInk,!Shtt0,i,eXpress mv sincere
with the result that there was! are the result. !thanks, the professional and
WMmin.M US H^direCt, relle,f :v Dur,ing ,he past few months NvelS'fellow offi^r the, ^"^-to
$489 monthly and this in face of, have had only $489 available for I u?thl ZZ;off,cers and directors-
Lr ??Le?PenSe f atLU! $2000 our hard core cases which cost: he Jewishot^ "mn?tees and tc
or 21 hard core case, who because nearly four times that amount I I look -h eratlon-
pf old age, illness or unemploy-|We had to go to Federation again'future 8rea hope to the
-------;"- Kuogu win noi oe neia 10 me jc>
Paragraph "1 but should comply wHh paragraph "2."
. TA sPfcial Certificate of Honor will be awarded by the Bu
ol Jewish Education to everv" Bar MiUvah candidate who elects w
re,an,d Passes a test, before beginning his Bar Mitzvah trauu*
the test to cover the bureau curriculum of five years and to*
prepared and administered as in paragraph "2." ,ta
W k s,"de,nt withdrawing after October 15 from any oi
Jewish schools of Greater Miami will be accepted for regisW
tran f 7 Jewish schoI "nless he shall receive a formal ;
ransfer from the school he is leaving. The refusal to grant sucn
transter may be reviewed bv the joint committee of the Bureau aw
nabbinical Ast,.i.inii- .._."___Si_*i _*___-. nr school-__
Association upon application of parent or _sgj_
the Bay Harbor Islands club_
IkIo Residents
Form Clnb
A new organization for residents
f. a arbor IsIands has neen
rniJ? i a> a social- athletic an
cultural club
Other officers include Sufo-
Steiner. first vice president:
- A. H. Nicholson, ^cond
5 president; David Abel, secret.
ld|Mrs. William Meuenhahn.tr
^.a.nd_A;.H.N5_hK:Bey
Sidney S^ Weiss, past president Pitt. Mrs. Tilla Lewin. ** ^eV
-f the founders of the t Lelchuk. E. OLeary. the_ .
Miami Beach Civic League, will! John L. Yenches and Js
and one of
hp'aTiv,8*3'" i-ea8u'-
neaa the group to be known as Gardner, directors.


)AY, JUNE 23. 1950
+ Pni*l IkrrtJir
PAGE FIVE
. Mary Adelman
8S At Age Of 54
Obituaries
MAX KANTROWITZ
")8, .-way thin
I following a
!^^^**^lpl
. passed
away tnm week in o local hospital
long Illness. Mr. Kan.
trowlts came here 13 years ago from
Linwoodi I.. I., and operated a dry
cleaning ami laundry establishment
He is survived by his wife, Ida a
daughter, Mrs, Sam Schulman, White
Plains, N. JT.; and a brother, Sidney,
of Brooklyn. Services were rond
on Monday in the Cordon funeral
chapel with Interment following in
Alt. Nebo Cemetery,
LOUIS BLOOM
70, of BWl Collins Pourl. Miami
Beach, passed awa; n his home on
June lo, Service* were held In the
Itivershle M.'iiio! i.i I ('Impel, Miami
Beach, with Rabbi Moses Meschelnff
of: Icla liny. Intel menl t< >os p'..,< e In
Alt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Bloom was
B beach resident for (he oast five
years, coming here f...... New I'ork
where to- was pa nter Survivors
Include hla wife, Mary; son. Harry:
daughter, Mrs, Tessh lillcksti
Alia no. .1 brother Hal rj and a sister
Alis. Fannie Attenson, both of New
York.
Disabled Vets
Eleet Iskin
Delegates to the state Military
Older of the Purple Heart con-
vention here elected Charles S.
Iskin of Miami as department
commander.
Joseph Pellman of Miami was
elected adjutant; Stephen
Shi-nck of St. Petersburg, senior
vice commander; Archie J.
Bakay of Tampa, junior vice
commander; and Nobel Smith of
St. Petersburg, finance officer.
Council Plans Social
Tlio Businessmen's Council of
the Greater M:am; Jewish Fed-
eration will hold its annual social
event Wednesday, June 28, at the
Town and Beach Club. Miami
... Festivities will get under-
way at 12 noon with lunch.
Legitimate Theatre
To Open About July 1
The long felt need for a
legitimate theatre in Miami Beach
will be realized when the Kitty-
Davis Theatre is opened on or
about July 1.
New York hits of a few seasons
back will be featured, and the
best New York professional equity
players will be used, the manage-
ment discloses. Each presentation
.will run for one week unless
I advance ticekt sales indicate it
, should be held over.
All tables in the present set up
| will be removed and seats will
: be placed in a semi circle around
; the stage. The room is air-condi-
1 tioned. Tickets will sell for one
and two dollars.
Osheroff Will
Si ml > In Israel
A full year of study in Israel
is in the offing for 22-year-old
Leo Osheroff, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Al Osheroff. 2485 Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach. He will leave about
July 5 with Herbert Sohn, 21. of
Jacksonville.
They are the first Florida youths
to be awarded scholarships by
the Jewish Agency. The scholar-
ships are given each year to men
and women between the agrs oj
19 and 23 in English-speaking
countries.
Osheroff received his law de-
gree from the University of Flor-
ida Law Gchool. He is immediate
past president of the eight-state
Southern region of the intercol-
legiate Zionist Federation.
MORRIS MOSES
r,7. of T nvin iihn war formerly a
resident of Ke> West was lnl
Mon lay in Tarn) Sui Ivors Include
his two daughters, Mrs Rose Nadel
and Mrs. Jean Pel ster, ( Miami.
Mary Adelman
y Adelman, 54, a res:-
rtiami for the past 25
d away Sunday in a
hospital followine a 1<>
= She lived at 1421 N.W.
teal
Ines
s: St.
She was a member of the board
If 'directors of the Women's
Tuxiliary of Mount Sinai Hos-
jital a member of Beth El and
eth David svnagogues, Mizrach;
lurray Grauer officiating. Pall-
|eer Women.
Survivors include her husband,
Nathan: a son, Charles; a riaugh-
Mrs. Hy Coverman, all of
[iami: a brother Jacob Brenner
I R ianoke. Va.; two sisters, Mrs.
Rebecca Mevcrs of Greensboio.
C. and Mrs. Esther Lyons of
Jagerstown.
Services were held Tuesday
afternoon in the Dora August
Memorial Hall with Rabbis Jacob
Kaplnn. Max Shapiro and
lurray Grauer officiating. Pah
earers were Jay Samuels, Fred
Shochet, Irving Rotfort. Harry
eitlin, Izzi'e Mayers, Herman
Feldman. Joe Masters and Sidney
Raskin.
Burial under the direction of
Gordon Funeral Home was in Mt.
INeb.) Cemetery.
ISIDORE FUCHS
50, of 2630 N.W. 2nd Ave., a resident
of .Miami for the past five s irs,
passed away this week. He was a
former resident "f New Vorle f'ltv. He
Is survived by a on, Artie, and two
daughters, rilorla ana Norma. Services
were conducted Monday at the River-
side Memorial Chapel, Miami lleaeh,
with interment In Ml Sebo Cemetery.
BESSIE SCHWARTZ
72 of :,:;' s \\\ 29th St.. passed
away this week In n local hospital
came here a year ago from New \orK
where th- remains were sent b> ine
Miami Riverside Memorial i hapel fot
services and Interment. Survivors In-
,.|,i,. her son Burton: a daughter,
Mrs. Reglna Kagan: a brother, Bamuei
Bchack: and three si-'- i -
Garrisons Attend Meet
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Garri-
son left Wednesday, to attend a
ng to plan the Republican
campaign for 1950. The meeting,
will be attended by the members
of the Republican National Com-
mittee, state chairman and other
1'vi publican officials, including
representatives of the Federated
Women's Republican Clubs in 18
Eastern Seaboard states.
John P. Booth. Republican'
candidate for United States
Senate from Florida is attending
I the conclave. Garrison is the
.Republican State Committeeman
from Dade County and Mrs.
Garrison, is president of the Flor-
ida Federation of Women's Re-
publican Clubs.
Card Party Planned
A dessert card party will be
given by the Sholoma Group of
Hadassah on Tuesday. June 27 at
1 p.m. at the Ambassador Cafe-
teria. ., .,
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Ben Bloom. Co-chairman is Mrs.
Jack Bernard.
Picnic Planned
Sisterhood of Tfereth Israel is
making plans for a picnic to be
held at Police Benevolent Park.
N.W. 14th St. and 25th Ave., on
Sunday. June 25.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. L. Kaplan. 3010 N.W.
10th Ave.. 82-5126.
Committee Named
Mr. and Mrs. William Weintarub
have been named chairmen of the
High Holiday Committee of the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation. Dave Kleber will assist
them Cantor Berele Kelemer will
organize a choir composed of
members of the Hebrew school
for the services.
Picnic On Calendar
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict will sponsor a picn^ on
Sunday, June 25, at 11 a.m. at
Crandon Park, Lot 2, Pit 3, ac-
cording to an announcement by-
Norman R. Lyons, president.
SMALL JEWISH INSTITUTION IN TOWN
SEEKS REGISTERED NURSE
To Act as Head Nurse and Admnistrative
Assistant to Executive Director
Phone 9-0278 For Appointment
ON INSURED SAVINGS
Compounded S^ml-Annually
Make your deposits here TODAY
SAVINGS BANK
INDVSIRIAI
Leonard L. Abess, President
46 W. Flagler St. Miami, Flo.
accounts lasared
P to $8,001 by
FHtr.1 Depe.lt
ItMTMM
Largest
Savings Bart
in the
South
In
When Liberty City and Edison Center were built over ten
years ago the public housers said it was to clean up the slums.
Those self-same slums are still there.
Now they are using them again as propaganda for spend-
ing $10,000,000 to build 1500 more units.
If those units are built, the slums will still be there because
the public housers don't want the slums eliminated. Why?
Because according to a news story in the Miami Herald of
May 8. 1949 after the 1500 units are built they propose to build
at least 5.000 more colored units, and 2000 more white units at
a cost of $40,000,000 more of your tax dollars.
Thev have to keep the slums in existence to have a "selling
point" for this huge boondoggle. That's why they won t co-
operate with your City Commission and local private enterprise
in the slum clearance program that is now underway.
Public Housing Won't Clear Up Our Slums.
The Mayor's Plan Will.
Vote "NO" on June 27th.
Committee Against Socialized Housing
340 S.E. 1st St.
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PAGE SIX
vJewisii Hwktian

1 -M Senior Wins
Rons Award
Mrs. Carolyn Atkinson Jenkins,
a senior in the school of business
administration at the University
of Miami, has been awarded the
Minnie Hoffman Ross inter-faith
scholarship, it was announi i
week.
The scholarship is given an-
nually by Clarence C. R --
university alun
to his mother. The award ; i Mrs.
ti Mr nd Mrs.
C Atkinson, 4301 S.W
77th Ave., was made by Dr.
Donald Michel: airman of
the faculty scholarship committee
on religious activities and h<
the Hillel foundation on the
campus.
Mrs. Jenkins was cited for her
work :n fostering b< tt< r int<
relations and landing in
the campus, particularly t:
the Miami Beach Youth C
She was co-chairman
I i stmas program
j intly by th< Wesl Hill* I
ins. and cl n th
'. ley Four..: ition's tivities
Brot
Wet k.
Pictured at the installation of officers of the Deborah Group of
Hadassah are il. to r.t Mrs. Julius Mufson, installing officer; Mrs.
Philip Greer.berg. president: Mrs. Louis Gidney. outgoing
president: Mrs. Herbert Gutman. co-chairman of installation. The
affair was held at the Sans Souci Hotel.
>lininiaii IViss
l*harinaev LKvams
. vo Greater Miamians were
- applicants v I
.'.. :.- [or itati ; h
-es held recently
\. le by the F] i SI B
< : Pharma< 5,
are Louis Goodman of
: and Sidney SimkowitZ of
M.....ti Beach.
New "Rambler Type"
Of Beach Apt. House
The office of A. J. Simberg.
architect, announces that plans
been approved by the Hotel
ission and the Miami Beach
Building Department for a
apartment house
rner :' 6th St. and
in Ave Miami Beach.
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Dohorah Group
Install* Officers
M P Greenberg
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I) : ah Group of Had
recently at the Sans Souci Hotel.
Others recognized at the
were Mrs. Bernard Fuller. Mrs.
William Levy, Mrs Lester Sale,
vice presidents: Mrs. Maurice
Rich, treasurer: Mrs. Samuel
Rubin, financial secretary: Mrs.
Sam Deutsch. corresponding sec-
retary: Mrs. Joel Newman, social
secretary: Mrs. Martin Lundy.
recording secretary: Mrs. Lewis
Gorfine. parliamentarian.
Members of the board include
the Mesdames Max Gopman. San-
ford Kramer. Sam Coolik. Al
Levine, Harold Russe. Joseph
Pomerantz. Julius Mufson. Carl
Lundy. Arthur Rose. Sanford
Kramer. Louis Gidney. Milton
Weinkle, Donald Taylor. Herman
Mechlowitz. Alex Strauss. Irving
Nathanson, Jay Jacobi. Leon
Shalloway. Leo Levin. Herbert
;nd Leo Pollack.
L n Ki nish si red as'
inst.....:. and Mi -. Le 1
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tion of the program'
i by Emily Carr, ac- |
by Mrs. Mary C
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Moves Offices
Milton P.. Mannheimer an-
the removal of his law
suite 438. Mercantile
Bank Building. Miami Beach.
Mannheimer attended the Uni-
rsity of Pennsylvania. Univers-
ity of Michigan and holds degrees
from the University of Miami
and Harvard Law School. He is a
member of the Michigan and
Florida Bars and formerly
practiced in Detroit, where he was
associated with Judge William
Friedman.
For a number of years Mann-
heimer was a director of the
Mannheimer School of which his
wite. Sybil, is principal.
Games Party Slated
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold a
games party on Wednesday. June
23. at 8 p.m. at the Delano Hotel.
kets may be purchased at the
door.
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of Bachelor of Art from the
College of Arts and Sciences of
Yeshiva University at the 19th
annual commencement exercises
held last Thursday in the uni-
versity's Nathan Lamport Audi-
i torium. it was announced by Dr.
Samuel Belkin, president of the
university.
The exercises witnessed the
conferring, for the first time, of
master's degrees to graduates of
the university's School of Educa-
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I tration. This school, which was
i opened in September 1948. trains
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oi rsonnel already engaged in
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r< March. It offers courses leading
to the degrees of Master of
Science (M.S.) and Doctor of
Philosophy (Ph.D.).
The 95 degrees and diplomas
given to graduates of the uni-
versity were distributed as fol-
lows: 52 Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
, degrees to graduates of Yeshiva's
; College of Arts and Sciences: 32
j Teacher's Diplomas to graduates
of the Teachers Institute; and 11
graduate degrees to students of
j the Graduate Division of the
university.
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[FRIDAY. JUNE 23, 1950
+Jewist FhridHar
PAGE SEVEN
Mrs. Isidor Cohen was hostess at a luncheon at Burdine's last Fridav in i, u
Mack, who with her husband left this week for an extensive tour ofiSSJJ and I.'r-el Th "m T
who have resided in Miami since 1920. will visit relatives in Israel Induded in ,S i MaCk,,'
J. England. Scotland. Ireland. France. Switzerland. Portugal and Italy '>nerary will
Pictured at the luncheon are (seated. 1. to r.) the Mesdames Rav hich I r>tt r,. u
Mack. Isidor Cohen. Fanny Kostiner. Harry PWd. oESEvUEL ^GhSSSoJiSS'-lESSS
1. to r.) the Mesdames Maury Cohen. Sol Kostiner. Max Rappaporl. Oscar Raonaaart Juli r 9'
R0y Mack. Anna Wucher. Saul Greiff. Max Jacobskind. Guests not "eludedF in L "nn, ^"TJ'
Mesdames Max Shapiro. Sidney L. Weintraub. M. G. Cohen. Bernard SterUng J K,oh HoJ'LlU
Ruih Hertz. M. Herthey. Mickey Roe. Elix Hinkes. awning. J. Krohn. Rose Zahs.
Morrta Bros.
Ir. Marquif To
lliscuss *\Sx Ami
Society" SiuhIjiv
"S< x and Society" is the subject
>i this week's lecture in the
"The Sex side of Life" presented
by Dr. Syvil Marqu I i
hologist and hi ad of I
Vetei am Ad I ion Me:.'. I
flj giene Clinic.
The sei es is spi nsored bj I
Amvets Robert Richter Pi -: at
the Hi tel Marseilles, Miami Li .
, at 2 p.m. Sunday,
Dr. Loo Levin, local physician
;md member of the post will pre-
side.
Admission is by contribution
and proceeds go to the post wel-
| tare committee fund.
I Young Judaea Unit Wins
Regional Honor At Meet
The Chain) Weizmann Chapter
0| Young Judaea, Miami Beach,
by Morris Broad, was se-
the outstanding senior
, the Southern region
mal convention held at
, ,, star, Hendersonville,
_\ i June 13 to 18.
also elected regional
. lent and was winner
, pitching tourna-
i
iad was named a
the national conven-
i. Lou i M [( ; was
, I of the regi mal ed-
:. ittee.
11 I ties who came in
; were Danny Miller
' Baum who won the
i
Beth II IliniH-r
To Honor Dads
The family dinner being spon-1
sored by the Sisterhood of Con-
gregation Beth El on Sunday,
June 25. at C p.m. in the I
August Memorial Hall will be
dedicated to fathers in
memoration ol Fathi i' Day.
The oldest and youngl fathi
pi i sent will b( honored,
Chairmen of the event are Mrs.
Sidney Palmer and ...
Rappaport. Assisting them with
arrangements are Mrs. Max
Pepper and Mrs. Abe Pepper.
The dinnei will be catered bj
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M Beach, for the first of a
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+Jewist>ncrkfian
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Rabbi, Mrs. Lehrman Personally Speaking...
b-m&Li? \aCalIK"1 Miss Patsy Meyer arrived in Miami this week following
le^Sr *'if summel VaSon I J* graduatio/rrom^rinnell College with an AB ir *g-
last Sunday | The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyers, 583 N.E. 56th St..
On their way north, Rabbi j Fatsy and her parents will go to Colorado Springs to vacation
Lehrman will stop over in Akron, in mid-July. They will spend a month in Chicago later in the
Ohio, where he will install his I sumrner
brother.-in-law. Rabbi Solomon 1.1 ***
Moseson of Congregation Beth El. ., M *, ., ,, e ._______j
He will also speak at the ground- Mrs. Nat Roth, her daughter, Mrs. Martin Spilka, and
breaking exercises at Temple granddaughter, Natalie, returned last week horn Huntsvule,
Emanuel i^ V-ungstown. Ala., where they were the guests of Mrs. Roth's son-in-law and
-A-member of the Rabbinical i daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker.
Assembly of America, the Na- '
tional organization of Conserva-' ^*
tive Rabbis, the rabbi will I Al Herschkorn of West Pabn Beach recently returned from
participate in the group's forth- i New York where he attended the unveiling of a monument to
coming convention. He also ex- i u_ _._,_, < u; i^Kot
pects to attend the summer session | memorY ** ,ather-
at the post-graduate school of the
Theological Seminary of America.
Dorffs Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dorff. 972
S.W. 3rd St.. were hosts at a
party at their home on Saturday
night. The affair served as a
welcome to the Rev. and Mrs.
M. Weinstein of Baltimore, who week vacation in Jackson, Miss.
* *
Herman Gordon returned this week from a business trip
to New York.
* *
Spending several weeks in New York are Mr. and Mrs. J.
Krafka of West Palm Beach.
* *
Miss Marye Shahin of West Palm Beach left for a three-1
are visiting their children, Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Hantman of this
City.
Also honored on this occasion
were Mr. and Mrs. William Mal-
muth. who will soon leave for an
extensive tour of Israel: Mr. and
* *
Mr. and Mrs. M. Aisenberg of West Palm Beach left recently
to spend the summer in Massachusetts.
+ *
Spending several weeks in the mountains of North Carolina
Mrs. N. Bookspan. who will vaca- are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dave of West Palm Beach.
* *
Captain and Mrs. Roger Powell, Munich, Germany, an-
nounce the birth of a son. Mrs. Powell is the former Julia Held,
daughter of Mrs. Pearl Held of West Palm Beach.
-X *
Among Miamians at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville. N. C,
are Mr', and Mrs. Joseph J. Bermann, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Mallen
3. P. Farr. Mrs. Pauline Rubin j and their three children; Dave Sher and daughter, Carol; Mr.
ond Mrs. Jacobson. J and Mrs. Bernard Kaufman, and Mr. and Mrs. David Silver.
* *
Rabbi and Mis. Murray Grauer and their daughter, Sheri,
will'leave next week for New York City to visit with their
tion in Saratoga Springs; and
Mrs. B. Pressman, who will visit
in New York.
Taking part in the program
were A. Liebman. I. Ostroff. Lena
Mint'z'es. Celia Rubin. Ethel
Dorff. Mrs. Liebman led the
community singing.
0:her guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Feldman Fetes
Eugene P. Goldberg
M:s Sally Feldman was hostess parents. Rabbi Grauer expects to attend a summer course at
at a luncheon on Monday. June the Yeshiva University Graduate School.
12. in honor of Eugene Paul Gold- ; *
Milton A. Friedman, prominent Miami attorney, has re-
turned after a three week's trip. His first stop was in Roanoke,
Va., where he attended the District Grand Lodge B'nai B'rith
convention. Following the meeting Mr. Friedman spent two
weeks in New York on a combined business and pleasure trip.
* *
Mrs. Leon Lieberman and daughter, Adele Nancy, will leave
by plane for Newark, N. J., on Friday night to spend the summer
with her family. While there she will take courses at the State
Teachers College to complete work for her degree. Mr. Lieber-
man will join his wife and daughter in August and the family
will return to Miami after Labor Day.
* *
Mrs. Henrietta Waldman, 2400 S.W. 12th St., left this week
for a four week vacation in the North. While away, she will
visit her son, Major Herbert Waldman, who is stationed at
Wolf sons Leave For
Extensive Tour Of
Europe, Israel, Africa
Sailing aboard the SS Queen
Mary on Friday will be Mr. and
Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson and their
daughter, Frances. The Wolfsons
will spend three months touring
Europe, Israel and Africa. They
will be joined in Paris by their
Son, Louis, who has been attend-
ing the University of Jerusalem
and has been traveling in Italy,
France and Switzerland.
The family will spend two
weeks in Jerusalem before de-
parting by plane for the central
part of Africa with stops in
Stanleyville and Elizabethville in
the Belgian Congo. When they
arrive in Johannesburg, they will
visit a game reserve, inspect a
gold mine and observe a native
war dance.
As former mayor of Miami
Beach, Mr. Wolfson has been in-
vited to meet the mayor and
councillors of Cape Town. The
group will stop in Kimberly to
visit a diamond mine, then leave
by plane for Lisbon, where they
will remain a week before taking
off by plane for America. En
route they will stop in the Azores. I
Before returning to Miami, the
family will spend a few weeks ati
their summer home in Asheville, I
where the Wolfson's young son,.
Mickey, who is attending camp
in Colorado will join them.
Bride-elect of Mh, .
JanaTey. daughter of Mr a
Mr.. Harry William Jan*
3542 S.W. Uth St. sM
graduate of Miami High SchJ
and a member of the Cotetk
Queen-s Court. Her fian^
of the Sylvan W. WtZI
"s-w,2o,hs,..is:ln^1
at the University of Miami R.
u a member of Lead and to.
sports editor of the 1950 Ebb
and is a writer for the toui
Daily News.
berg, who received his B. S. de-
gree cum laude
from the Uni-
versity of Miami.
The son of
George Gold-
merg. sexton of
Beth David, and
Mrs. Goldberg.
2900 S.W. 19th
St.. the young
man was on the
dean's" honor list
for four years.
He was organ-
izer and vice
president of the
Mathema t i c a 1
Honor Society.
a member of the Honor Chemistry
Society, a pledge of Beta Beta Mitchell Field, N. Y., and his wife. She will also spencTsome
Beta, honorary biology fraternity, timp with hOT <,r..;_i,., ~a j____u **_ .. #__ u____
Goldberg
Goldben- has been appointed ??\JZ ifSftfcrf S&&J& ?d *8; ,Hen7
biology
*S2rLEZZ SSS Abrahams, in Red Hook. N. Y. This will be Mr"s. Waldmar^
at Ohio University in Athens. '""s^ opportunity to get acquainted with her three new grand-
children.
* *
Marian Malakoff returned recently from Portland. Oregon,
where she has been a student at Reed College, and is spending
the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Malakoff. !
Marian is attending summer school at the University of Miami.
M. S. Fagans Announce
Daughter's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Morton S. Fagan,
233 West 17th St., Hialeah, an-
nounce the betrothal of their
daughter, Evelyn Sunshine Axl-
rod, to Arthur Hershbein, son of
Mrs. Gussie Hershbein of this
city.
The Fagans are pioneer resi-
dents of this area.
Mrs. Packer Honored
A surprise party was given by L
Mrs. Phil Kaye last week at%]
Harrison Hotel. Miami Beach, J
honor of Mrs. Gussie Packal
president of the Esther Chaplol
of the American Jewish Congrea.1
Proceeds of the fund raised at the
affair will be donated for the!
building of the youth center now
being erected in Israel as a
memorial for its founder, Louise
Waterman Wise.
Mrs. Annie Lubar acted as
hostess.
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HDAY. TUNE 23, 1950
Lois Syman, Eugene I. Somberg
xchange Vows At Delano Hotel
^w^/ferto/7
The Delano Hotel was the
ttinR for the wedding of Miss
is svman to Eugene I. Somberg
Sunday at 2 p.m. Rabbi Max
,hapiro read the service and Tom
yinsten was soloist.
The bride is the daughter of
i- and Mrs. Joseph H. Syman,
|2i4 S.W. 13th Ct. The bride-
Loom's parents are Mr. and Mr*,
fhilip Somberg, 1753 S.W. lSHh
kve.
Given in marriage by her
lather the bride wore a gown
fashioned of white marquisette
nd Chantilly lace, which featured
fitted bodice, a lace bertha
rollar and a full skirt with tiers
[f marquisette and lace extending
nto anaisle wide cathedral train.
Her fingertip veil of French il-
lusion tell from a tiara type
headpiece of matching lace. She
farried a cascade bouquet of
(alley lilies and white orchids.
, Sisters of the bride, Mrs. M. K.
Steinberg and Miss Faye Syman,
ere honor attendants. Brides-
maids were Miss Rita Lincoln,
Htlanta. Miss Barbara Weiner,
Miss Margot Ritwe and Miss
Shirley Rae Smith. All attendants
vore gowns of blue marquisette
wer blue satin. They carried love
birds in tiny cages topped by
avender pink orchids.
Jack Somberg was best man
lor his brother. Edward Somberg,
knottier brother of the bride-
room. M. K. Steinberg, Augusta,
, and Scott Tinier were
roomsmen. Seating guests were
Lenny Michelove, Columbus, Ga.,
ke Driezin, Macon, Ga., Norman
);amond. Atlanta and Pat Unger.
A reception in the hotel
followed the ceremony. The
ides mother greeted guests in
gown of pale pink Chantilly
ce with matching gauntlets and
orchid corsage. The bride-
poom's mother chose blue
Chantilly lace with matching
|auntlets and an orchid corsage
or the occasion.
Following a trip to Virginia
Jeaeh, New York and the Balsams
New Hampshire, the couple
fill reside jh Miami.. For
javeling the bride wore an aqua
uit with rhineStones adorning the
fepels. Her accessories were biege
nd her corsage consisted of two
hite orchids.
Mrs. Somberg is a native of
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Phone 4-0159
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Ben D. Schorin
of Pittsburgh. Pa., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Renee, to Joseph Schaffel. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Schaffel. 2601
S.W. 24th Ave.
fTthhl b!r,ide-elect an alumna
of the University of Pittsburgh
ShS! J&.was a member f
a P 2 EPsl,on Phi and Mortar
Board. Mr. Schaffel |8 also a
|-f,dVaU"of tht' University of
Pittsburgh and served two years
Forces" *'* the Amy Air
PAGE NINE
Mrs Wrintraub
Heads Visiting
IVur.se I nil
Mrs. Eugene I. Somberg
Miami and giaciuated from Miami
High School and is now attending
the University of Miami where
she is affiliated with Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority.
The bridegroom, also a native
Miamian, was graduated from
Miami High. He attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and received
I his degree from Emory Univers-
ity. He is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi fraternity and the
Coconut Grove Exchange Club.
He is in business in Miami.
Out of town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Lincoln, aunt and
uncle of the groom Atlanta; Dr.
and Mrs. Sidney Lincoln, Sam
Frummer, Mr. and Mrs. Niren-
berg. New York; Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Silver, Jacksonville, and Mr.
and Mrs. M. K. Steinberg, sister
and brother-in-law of the bride,
Augusta, Ga.
Personally Speaking
Making plans for a visit to Israel are Mr. and Mrs. William
Malmuth. 226 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. The Malmuths, who
will leave for New York in the near future, are scheduled to
j sail aboard the La Guardia on August 3. Mr. Malmuth has been
la member of the General Zionist Organization for the past
i 50 years. Mrs. Malmuth is an active member of Pioneer Women
! Cllub Two of Miami Beach.
* *
Visiting from Chicago is Miss Lorayne Cole, who is a guest
j at the Saxony Hotel. Miss Cole is the niece of Charles Minov.
Carlyle Hotel. Miami Beach.
* *
Mrs. Simon April will return Friday from Hendersonville,
N. C. where she has served as a chaperone at the AZA district
convention, held from June 18 to 22 at Camp Blue Star.
+ *
Major Robert Levin, Captain Manny Levenson and Lieu-
tenant Ben Scher are leaving July 1 for two weeks of training
at Fort Benning, Ga.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Peretz Scheinberg and their sons, Philip Asch
and Richard David, have moved to Miami and are making
their home at 1991 Coral Gate Drive.
i
Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub
Mrs. Sidney L,. Weintraub was,
recently named president of the
Visiting Nurse Association, a
Community Chest agency, and as-
sumed office during ceremonies
last week. She succeeds Chester
Wright.
The VNA maintains a staff of
nurses who call upon those unable
to afford proper medical atten-
tion. Last yearthe association's
fifthnurses made 15,720 calls,
las compared with 1.250 during
'its initial year.
%
nrd'uics
ROSS STRAP
SCUFFS
SUPPLE LEATHER .
EASY COMFORT!
To Spend Summer Here
Miss Lois Millman, daughter of
Mrs. Irving Herman, Atlantic
Towers Hotel, Miami Beach, has
been graduated from the high
school department of Highland
Manor School and Junior College,
West Long Branch. N. J.
Miss Millman will spend the
summer here with her mother.
May We
Suggest
c4l
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'yner
His Violin
and
Orchestra
For All Your Social Functions
Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs, Lawn Parties
PHONE 83-7581
Mr. H. Zaidman
Extends an invitation to Greater
Miami Jeivery to visit his
premises and i n s p e e t the
kathruth and sanitary eondi-
tions a hhh prevail in the
establishment.
Dade Kosher Market
153 N. W. 5th Street
Telephone 3-1430
Shop with confidence at the
Dade Kosher Where the
Customer is Always Right
Free Delivery Throuyhout
Greater Miami
Under the supervision of
The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Director
Listen to WINZ on Sundays from Noon to 1:45 and
Tuesdays 6-7 P.M.
1
.99
and
2
.99
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Pched to give you extra-
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Fget savings! They're the
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Par at home or at the
[* Rich tan shade; sizes
f 12 Call 3-1141!
Burdine's,
"""' 8h". Str.et Floor
To Home Owners Earning less than $60 per Week
CAN YOU AFFORD TO PAY
SOMEONE ELSE'S RENT?
Q p0 YOU want to pay part of the rent of people who earn as much or more than
you do?
%C'T!SSOCIALIZED PUBLIC HOUSING IN MIAMI can be legally occupied by families
making up to $60 a week.
0 p0 YOU want your taxes increased so that people who earn as much or more than
you do can live in Federal Housing?
F ACTSSOCIALIZED PUBLIC HOUSING is paid for by tax dollarswhich come out of
YOUR pocket.
Q__Do you want to give people who earn as much or more than you do a free ride
at your expense?
DAfTfi__SOCIALIZED PUBLIC HOUSING pays no taxesonly a token contribution. The
- -^ ^ construction and any deficit in operation comes out of your pocket and the
pocket of every other home owner.
PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS
VOTE "NO" ON JUNE 27th
COMMITTEE AGAINST SOCIALIZED HOUSING
PAUL HELLTWELL
340 S.E. 1st St.. Miami. Flo.
...... Phone 82-8419


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PAGE TEN
*Je1sti flcricJian
Gables Women
Plan Affairs
'Despite the discontinuation of
regular meetings for the summer,
the Sisti hood of thi
Jewish Center is making plans
for a full program of social and
fund-rai
Firsl in I
party to bi
(Jni\ ty of Mi-
ami on Tuesday, June 27
p.m. "Arsenic and Did Lace" will
be the feature and
may be made by calling Mrs
Wayne, chairman, at 48-5507.
Also scheduled is the first of a
series of monthly luncheons and
card parties to be held at the
center on Wednesday. June 28.
at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Sam D. Goodman is in
charge of the Wednesday lunch-
eons. Assisting her are Mrs. Wil-
liam Pallot. co-chairman, and the
Mesdames Sol Halpert. Bernard
Keller, Alvin Corenblum, Max
Messer. Dave Davis. Herbert
Blume and Morris Marmorstein.
At these luncheon a special
luncheon is always provided for
the men of the dial Gables B'nai
E':ith Lodge, who meet following
Reservatioi maj be mat
48-4081.
Off the Record
Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN
llcacli Juniors
>ImI Tlmii'Mlay
Tl ; >: I E
:. S E

Dr. Maxwell Silvi
to God," si
i
-

tions .'ii religion. The 1 n-
question ng ar
later it ,1
the discussi in migl
be the theme of a work I -
interest. A brother of Dr. A
Hillel Silver. Maxwell Silver IS
perhaps the only banker in Amer-
ica who holds a degree of I>
of Divinity. He is a graduated
rabbi of the Hebrew Union C al-
lege but he turned away ::
the pulpit to enter banking._ He
is vice president of a New York ,
bank and some time ago was
d to go to Israel to head a
bank there. Although he aban- j
doned the rabbinate he continued
his Jewish studies and research.
He received the doctorate in
divinty fourteen years after leav-
ing the rabbinate. In many ways
Silver'.- "The Way to God" is
another Peace of Mm i. Rabbi
Samuel .V City
he picked up the

the board I 11 usti es f his c >n-
i On an
ild not lay it d iwn.
had the tx til

'.
Ha<*h Ltfdgg To
Install July 5
of Pythias. Miami
B I. Ige No. 17". will install
10 p.m. July o
atC '
are K.
K
'
rk- Nat Sandi etary,
51
treasurer;
aster at arms;
Ellins. inn< guard; Jack
itei guard: Ben Kempler.
Ig< di putj________________
Loan Group To Meet
The Greater Miami Hebrew I
Free Loan Association will hold
its next meeting on Monday. June j
J(i. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Jewish
Community Center.
Guest speakers will be Rabbi'
Simon April and Maurice Gross- j
nter director. Cantor
Berele Kelemer will render vocal
-lections, and a full report of
activities to date will be given.
Architect Moves
Architect A. J. Simberg has
moved his office from the Pacific
Building to the Calumet Building,
at the corner of East Flagler St.
and N.E. 3rd Ave.
_____rcrcAYjug^
Held taBa/M
The Miami I;.,.. ^
Professional Group 75*
will sponsor a J*
26, at B p,
prizes will he provi
"eeds wiI1 the si'
Israel. Ule
Chairman of the affair
Lillian Goodman, |
dent of th, ..tion.J
her will be Bettv a*
Esther Goodman, m,'"
Marx. Jean B own, Harris
and Sadie Al. xander
S l.iMlji^
To HoScI Social

'.. ii 1
S '.'. : n Sun
time mo\
s followi
the fund- I I
dge, .... il
1 by Lev. is
ntz.
Will Attend Meet
Walter Traurig, president of the
FDR Cha| ti i : B'nai B'rith
V : Me.n and BBYM represent-
f Disl t N 5, will attend
thi nal rial execu-
tivi :, N- w York City
on June .
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Uy. JUNE 23, 1950
,4-li Student
4ives Award
Eon H. Kemp. 900 West 43rd
l Miami Beach, has been
Led the Institute of Aero-
ral Science Award for 1949-
| This honor is given each
[to the muster's aeronautical
leering candidate who
|ves the best scholatic record.
np is ,i student at the grad-
kchool of Cornell University,
t he has a three year fellow-
Hr is a graduate of Ohio
University._______________
LEGAL NOTICE
CoTlCE BY PUBLICATION
*ii.- I'IKCl'IT llil'RT OP THE
KvKN'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
PMiltlDA. IN AND TOR DADE
I-VIV IN CHANCERY, No.
[a m i i.i.in. Plaintiff, vs.
Iii'i'l: "< l'l Falter \. i i.i.i.n
I X u i Street
''are" HEREBY N< >TIFli:i)
_ alnt for divorce has been
f and you are >-
I *0 v, vi ii "pv "f your answer
,;,, ..... plaintiffs at-
E MARX KABER, 41! Congress
\l Florida, and file the
af .,:;. i n the office of toe
Court, "ii or before
^ lefauli of which the
jii'.ii mil i" taken as confessed
t you.
L,i ,i,, ; i day of June, 1950.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
k "f Circuit Court.
Court Si .ii
. C. I! WII.S'iV.
Deputy Clerk.
M-14
+Je*islirk>ridltor,
LEGAL NOTICE
j-.. .
Let
IERNIE SAFFER
Worry ..
About Your
FOOD
krtainment and the other
psand details for your
ddings, Bar Mitzvahs, En-
|ements. Lawn Parties,
bail Parties, Children
Bes, Meetings, Buffets.
fnplete ('aterinq Service
PHONE 3-5463
TS, SUNDAYS 4 HOLIDAYS
3-4845
JACK & JILL
-w. -th St. Off Miami Ave.
iv ..NMTI,9,f, B,Y PUBLICATION
IN l-HK OIFICKIT CO CRT OP Till.'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
J-OgNTT. IN CHANCERY, No
AETNA FINANCE COMPANY
Florida corporation, Plaintiff,' v*
IRA MONEY i......IEbSl MONEY
Is wife, and LOVINA M. TR1PP
I 'efendants.
TO:
IRA MONEY and BESSIE MONEY
265 X. E. 171.si Terrace
Uleta, North .Miami Beach Florida
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a suit for foreclosure ol chattel
mortgage covering the following de-
scribed property in Dad.- Counts
I- leu nla:
l Divan
i Radio, table model
I Hay I ted
i card Table
I secretary Desk
.' Irons
. Toasters
1 Singer Bowing Machine. Elec.
l Cabinet
6 Chairs
I Eaaj Elec. Wash. Machine
, I Bloc. Frlgldalre
l oil Range
l Table
:: Hollywood Beds
i u.mint Chlftiii-obe
l Walnut Dresser
:; Ann. Cots
has been brought against you in the
above Court, and you are herebj i-
quired to serve a copy ol your Answer
to lb- bill of complain! on plaintiff*
attorney, Marx Faber, 112 Congress
Bldg., .Miami Florida, and rile the
original answer in 111.- office of the
i'lerk of tin. above i'ourt, on oi
the 24th day of July, 1950; In default
of which the Bill of c.....plaint win be
taken as confessed bj you.
Dated this 21 si day of June, 197,0
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By c. i: WILSON,
Deputy Clerk.
B 23 :n 7 7-11
____, LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE ELEVEN
IN
THFTCIRP.T,J?,iB-,CATION
".....I"sXtiti.....
lyii in,, hweb} notified thai
gig '::, jr
?SHS u^/isSS
^N^^^d^^j'une^:
!: R
' 'lrrull i "our
(Circuit Court
11}
6 28-80 7 7-11
LEGAL NOTICES
Bill
been
you are re-
a copy of your Answer
LEATHERMAN, Clerk
I'ad.- County, Floi Ida
Seal i
WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v, t. ... NAME LAW
NOTII E is HEREBY GIVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to engag In
lusi.i.ss uihI", the fictitious name .
Florida Building Journal nl 3925 \ \\-
22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intel da
to regiHter said name with the Clerk
Florida. ''""" '"' ":"'" C,,unt>'
PUBMSHERS.
HOPKINS' PUBLICATIONS
. DAVID SHUBOW, Ow i
iv .,.N, IN..,' ';iKci-n- COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCTIT
''ll1;!.;'"v.)- a an" k"i: Ba5
rrv I ,hl-"l'HiA.-l.\ CHANC-
i.i*i. .\.i. i;;;;u!i.
*XfejKiNl '-'"intiff. Ns
HERBERT DAVID RIVKIN.
Defendant
TO: Mr. Herbert David Rlvkln
I. i Bench 19th Street
Rockaway Beach, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
,,'s V "1,"'. tom,Pla'nt for Divorce
has been riled against you, and vou
?Je '' by i.....ilred to serve a copy
of ymir Answer ... the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs attorn,
fll" the original Answer in the otflce
of the < lerk of the Circuit Court on
I jefnre the 2Sth day of June, 1950,
in default of which, the i-.ni of Com-
plaint will be taken as ,.....ressed
againKt .vou.
I"'NK and ORDERED at Miami.
of Alay,"i!:!,a' """;'' '"i> '"',h "">'
K B. LEATHERMAN,
,, ,. .' 'rk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: M. c FEIQE.
LEO SHEINER ]"""ly ''""
Attorney r... Plaintiff
1204-03 Pacific Building
Miami 32. Florida
Phone: 82-7674.
'i 2-9-16-21
NOTICE UNOCR FICTI1 :OUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROBERT A. PATRICK SALVAGE
COMPANY at ti'u Llncpln Road, Miami
Beach, Had.- County, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of tin- circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Klorida.
IIAISItY .1. LOUIS
EARL WINTERS
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Klorida
Attorney for Applicants
6/23-30 7/7-14
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
Joseph Sehnffer has withdrawn from
the SISSMAN LOAN COMPANY 238
North Miami Avenue, Miami. Had.-
County, Klorida. which will henceforth
be continued as a sole proprietorship
by Meyer Sllbert who has assumed
all the liabilities thereof.
MEYER SILBERT
, JOSEPH SCHAFFER
iv ,N,C,^ICiE BY PUBLICATION
'-N I HE 'IP III' CiiUHT OF Tlll-
BLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
|:;':' ,!;'!'V IX CHANCERY, NO
SUZANNE V. CRUM. Plaintiff, vs.
LEGAL NOTICE
,v- .N.9TICE BY PUBLICATION
,? }.K ClltCCIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
m i.,NI! '''("1 DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No!
MERCEDES E HAMMOND, Plaintiff,
VI WALTER LEWIS HAMMOND
Defendant
T','-U':u-Tl:it LEWIS HAMMOND,
!21o Royal Street.
New Orleans, Ixiulslana.
YOU AUK REQUIRED to terve a
L"i" nl your answer to 111.- i;ill of
' omplalnt on the plaintiffs attorney,
and til,- the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
< purt -ii oi before the 29 day of June,
19 '. In the above i ntltled cause for
divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro .Jon-
resso will be entered against you.
1950 U''!> ~J daJ "' MRy' "
E, B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk "f the Circuit Court,
lit (.ourt Seal)
Bj C. It WILSON,
EMANUEL LEVENSON?ePUty ''''"'
Attorney lor Plaintiff,
1407 Blscayne ituii.iiiig,
Miami :;:'. Florida
6/2-9-16-23
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN I HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
H IR DADE '. IUNTY, FL( >l:il I \
IN CHANCERY, No 13307 i
HELEN CONFORT1, Plaintiff,
JOHN CONFORTl, Defendant
to: John conforti
Residence Unknown
l'Di; ARE HEREBY NOTF1ED that
a suit for dlvor. e has bi en brought
vs.
ti, o.uv T,', M' "efendanl you bj HELEN CONFORTI.
",. ",' LESLEY CRUM ond you are required to serve a copy
v'm \,V;'-,v',i,'.';;-,''--, of your written defenses; If a
i.iii fii. NOTIFIED a Bill of Com- the Plaintiffs Attorney, and file the
ui c-t v o ,",''" i '"'" "led original In tl......rice of the Clerk ot
?.*?,'' "' "" "hove Cause, and the Circuit Court on or before I
>ou are required t.....lopy 0f day of June, 19.1H, in default of which
r Answer on the plaintiffs attorney the BUI of Complaint will l.u taken.
ol
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW "
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JIMMIK'S SUNDRIES at S69 S W.
Kth Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NATHAN SEDL1K
A I. RETS'KIN
ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Nathan Sedllk and
Al Retskln
6 .'::-::" 7 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Southeastern Smelting and Manu-
facturing Co. at 5420 N. W. 37th
\<...... Miami, Floi Ida, Intend to
s.i id name w Ith 'lie 1 'lerk
of the Circuit court of Dade County,
Klorlaa.
STANLEY HIR8CH
A. HIRSCH
6 23-30 7 7-11
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.No. 43936
MORTON ROTHENBERG, Plaintiff,
vs. COMPANIA ITAU TRANS-
PORTES AEREOS, Defendant
i'n Companla Itau Tranaportes Aereos,
A Foreign Corporation,
Asdrubal Do Nasclmento 436,
Sao Paulo. Brasll:
YOU ARK HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to serve upon
Morion Rothenberg, 420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, an answer to
the complaint filed herein and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of Civil Court of Record, Dade
County. Florida, on or before July 10,
1950, otherwise said complaint will be
taken as confessed by you and a
default will be entered therein.
Dated this Mh .lav of June. 1930.
W. CECIL WATSON.
Clerk of Civil Court of Record.
(Civil Court of Record Seal)
By T. C. BLOUNT, .lit.,
1 '"putv 'lerk.
6/16-23-30 7/7
and file the original in th.
I1"; lerk of the Circuit Court, .. .
before the thud da> of July,
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
Jl Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
June 2, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,. ,.n''''k "' ""' Circuit Court.
(< ircult Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
JACK- A ABBOTT D6PUty aurk-
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
6/9-16-23-30
.1- ci infessed against \ ou
DATED this 29 day nf May, 1950.
!:. B. LEATHERMAN.
.'lerk of the Circuit Court,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. II. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Ck-ik.
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
6 2-9-16-S3
Linda Brands, inc.
Exclusive Distributors of the Famous
KOSHER ZION
ttvlivittvssvn Products
Suggest for your health, for your satis-
faction demand "KOSHER ZION"
Products, under the supervision of
Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made
unth the finest and freshest meat, under
the strictest Kashruth supervision.
Under U. S. Government Supervision
ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1
Call
Linda brands, inc.
S-E- 5th St.. Miami Phone 82-2731
Distributors of the
Finest Delicatessen Products
and Condiments
KOSHER ZION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
(IF Kl.i IRIl iA IN AN I i I-. IR IIADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
133429.
L. K. POTTER and FANNIE G. Ibefore the 12th day of Jinx. 19.7.1 If
POTTER, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. t>u fall to d
A. THEODORE SWEIGARD, el als,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCIIT CoritT of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE
COUNTY. in CHANCERY. No.
133406.
ROBERTA KENDALL, Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL,
Defendant.
skit Foil DIVORCE
TO:
WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL
II-' Columbia Heights, Apartment s
Brooklyn 2, New York
Vou WILLIAM KENWORTH KEN-
D.M.I, are hereby notified Unit a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy ol your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys,
U EINSTEIN. WEINSTEIN & W K I \-
STEIN, li'.i Lincoln Road, Muni
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in ti.....ffice of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN ci IUNTY JUIHIE'S COURT, 11 M'E
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 17218.
RE: ESTATE IF
LOUIS NATHAN,
I le.eased.
NOTICE is hereby givm that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Distribution and Discharge
B8 executrix of the estate of Louis
Nathan, deceased: and that on Urn
M day of July. 1950, I will apply to
the Honorable w. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Dad" County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and order
of final distribution and final dis-
charge ns executrix of the estate of
Louis Nathan, deceased.
This 1st day of June, 1950.
MARY NATHAN
MYERS, HKIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorne\ for executrix
656 s. j h..!d Building
Miami, Klorida
6 9-16-23-30
Defendants.
IN THE NAME OF Till: STATE OF
Kl.i IRIl >A:
To the I'.feml.
A THEODORE SWEK1ARD, and
if married, his spouse, resld. nee
and address unknown:
JAMES ALLAN, and If married, his
spouse,.........iml addr.ss un-
known :
ELIZABETH MCCARTHY, and If
married, his or her spous.
.1. nee and address lllil.le w u:
EUPHEMIA I'll. ..MAS. and if
married, his or her spouse resi-
dence and address unknown.
Th.- names and existence of said
[spouses ol the above named de-
fendants being unknown after diligent
I search and Inquiry, and each and
[every of the above named individuals.
'if living, and if .had, all unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors,
li.nois. assignees, trustees, or other
claimants under them or either .a
them, de, eased or otherwise, claiming
interest in the proper! v Involved In
this suit, and all other unknown
parties or persons having or claiming
to have any right, title or interest In
the following described property, lying
and helm: In Dade County, Florida:
l.ot i, I'.lo.k 4, Revision of
CORAL VILLAS, a subdivision,
according to the Plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Hook \ Page ^.,
Public Records of Dade County,
''"''I'ofii, Block t, ELBARODA
GROVE, Plat Book 18, Page 66,
Section 80, Township 52 South
Range 12 East, In the Town of
North Miami, County of Dade,
so, j :.l-. 11 nt by del
w ill be tak.n against you foi In ;
demanded In the Bill of i'.....pis
This notli i once
eaell Week I or i, i .,;,. Q '.. ,.
in The Jewish Floridian.
DONE AND ORDERED I
Klorida. this II' !; of .1 me, V I '
E, i: LEATHERM \\\
i 'Ircult 'ourt, I lade < 'ounty, K
(Clri till Com i Seal)
By R. II RICO-:, .IR .
Deputy .'lerk.
6 16-23-30 7 7
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
Jack Rosen has withdrawn, ef-
fective Ma) 22, 1950 from THE
COUNTY FAIR AUCTIONEERS, 3861
N. W. 27th Avenue. Dad.- County.
Florida, which will henceforth !" con-
tinued as a sole proprietorship by
Joseph Welnberg who has assumed all
tie- liabilities thereof
JACK ROSEN
JOSEPH WEINBERG
6/3-9-16-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tie- undersigned, d. i-ins to engage in
i s under the flctltl ne Of
i! Hotel al 18-32 N W th
[reel intend to
lid name with the "lei k of the
Circuit Com t of 1 ihiIi t". inty, Florida.
\ LBERT SW IRTZ
BELLE SWARTZ
MAURICE LKFCOE
EDYTHE W. LEFCOE
MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAKI..W
63(1 He) bold I lldg., Miami. I'ia.
All" 1 III! Hotel"
6 2-9- '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Paradise Dog Food at number 5167
S.W. 8th St., In the City of Miami.
Florida. Intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
LEWIS II BRITTAN
LEO ROTHSTE1N
LESTER TENNEY
.1 9-16-28-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desltinc to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Pi..... Self Service Laundry al J::"S
N.W. 17th Ave., Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk ot tin- circuit Court of Dade
Oounty, Klorida.
Howard It. GREEN
MARK SILVERSTEIN
Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beaeh, Florida
6 9-16-23-30
Siat, of Florida:
l.ot 12, Block 2.
GROVE, Kin Hook .
Seet Ion 30, Township 52 South,
Range 12 East, In the Town
North Miami. County of
State of Florida:
V,, and each of you are herebj
I ... v. a cony "t i i
AUr '- "he Bill of.Cotnpla /
Ki.r. VRODA
1^. Page 66,
but. .
of
Dade,
'." i'/To," ,nlv"V:" otherwise I,"-
i8Ueg\? Ions ot' said Bill of Oompialn.
...in he taki n .is confessed b> )">.
"WITNESS my hand and the official
,,,,i of this court on the 18 da) oi
June. 1950. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk" of the Clrcull Court.
(Circuit Court Seal. S.M.K|N .
'" Deputy 'lelk.
DcCOSTAS, MAKB AND Kl.i'VD
Attorneys
Blscayne Building
' -Miami. Florida.
131293-D.
DANIEL GLADSTONE. Plaintiff, vs.
PEARL GLADSTONE, Defendant.
TO: PEARL GLADSTONE
.. Samuel Knauer
308 S 3rd Avenue
Highland Park
Ne Brunswick, New Jersey
VOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
:ill of Complain! for
i..... filed age Insl j ou,
1 dV'oree
ml you
oihei wi
will be
you.
'the'allegations of said Bill
taken as confessed against
DATED this 26 day of May, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
.-;. rk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
D.puty Clerk.
STREET GREENFIELD
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Bv: Leo Greenfield
J50 Lincoln Road
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Bay Vista Family Liquor store at
1839 Northwest Seventh Avenue. Mi-
ami. Florida. Intends to register sad
name with the clerk of the Circuit
fjourl of Dade County, Florida.
BENJAMIN KRAMEISEN
FRANK E fc( >l.i iMt >N
Attorney for Benjamin Kramelsen
611 Blscayne Bldg.
.; 16-23-30 7 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
ess under the fi' tltlous name of
.'as.! Malkln Apartments at "u 13th
Street. Miami Beaeh. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
i 'In nit Com t of Dade County,
Florida.
NATHAN KLIGERM \N
El dill KLIGERMAN
l ivvn.t s
ii \m:v DIETZ
Attoi u. v for Apple-ants
.:. 9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
HERBERT'S 5 & 10 DEPARTMENT
STORE at number 7366 8.W. Mh
Street, in the City of Miami. Klorida,
Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HERBERT NUSSMAN
S'ole Owner
MAX R. SILVER



II


PAGE TWELVE
1

Kaplan Discloses Accomplishments
Of New Jewish Centers Association
The Jewish Centers Association
of Greater Miami, the newest in
the family of social agencies in
the Greater Miami area, is but
two months old. but already it has
a record of many accomplish-
ments, according to its president.
Leon Kaplan.
Established as a result of a
study conducted by the Planning
Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation to coordinate
and to integrate the activities of
all organizations and agencies
Cvoodman llVads
Zionist I'oaiiH'il
serving in the leisure time field.
the association now has thirteen
organizations as members.
At the last meeting of the board
of directors of the group. Kaplan
said, many of the newer agencies
indicated their plans for building.
A committee was set up to study
, all building plans and to offer
recommendtions as to how these
building plans can be handled in
the best interests of the total
community. This committee con-
sists of the officers of the Jewish
Centers Association and the presi-
dents of the organizations plan-
ning to build.
Kaplan announced that there
will be five home camps in the
Greater Miami area. In the |
there were two day camps. How-
ever, as a result of needs ex-
pressed by parents of children in
the suburban areas, three new
camps are being developed. It is
anticipated that approximately
500 children will be served this
year.
The personnel committee is
| hard, at work interviewing and
employing personnel. Kaplan dis-
closed. Two workers familiar to
thi Greater Miami area have al-
ready been employed as super-
visors of two new sections. They
are Randy Polansky. who is at
the New York School of Social
Work completing his graduate
studies and will report "here in
September, and Jerry Carver,
now a member of the staff of the
, Beach Y.
Beach Y Plans Full
Summer Program
A full program of summer
activity for the community will
be in effect this vear at the Miami
Beach Y. it was announced by
Martha Susskind. chairman of the
program council, following a
meeting of the body early in the
week. ;
Besides the day camp which
will serve over 200 children dailj
ai both the Y and the Miami
Beach. Youth Center, there will
be a program for all age levels.
Vmong events planned is a
isocial affair to be held by the
newlv formed :J0-4') club Satur-
day. June 24. at 8:30 p.m.
The Young Adult Outdoor C lub
will hold a fishing party Sund iy.
June 25 and the Teen Age Council
is making plans foi camping
trips, socials, dances and athletic
e\ellts.
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Miami Masafla
Sr.ils Leaders
1. K. Goodman
I H. Goodman was elected
chain I the Zionist Council {
>l South Florida at a meeting of
tl group at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Saturday night
Others named to office were I):
David S. Andron, Mrs. George M.
Cnncm" Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers. Sidney L. Segal!. Rabbi
.! seph E. Rackovsky and I. S. i
Shapoff, vice chairman: Mrs. !
.' -.-ph S. Carp, corresponding
secretary: Mrs. Louis Glasser. I
recording secretary: Samuels
Pi Mterman, treasurer.
The council consists of repre-
sentatives of Jewish organizations!
ir Dade and Broward counties.
;.nd delegates from the commun-
l -at-large.
Two Will \ilnd
Tampa Conclave
Two local engineers will attend
a meeting of the officers and di-
I rectors of the Florida Chapter of
the National Society of Profes-
| sional Engineers in Tampa on
Saturday, June 24. E. A. Ander-
son, county engineer for Dade
County, state vice president, and
Jules P. Channing. Miami Beach
structural engineer, state director,
will represent Southeast Florida
at the conclave.
The Miami chapter of the as-
sociation will meet Wednesday
evening June 28 at 8 p.m. at the
Miami Builders Exchange. Sever- i
al guest speakers will discuss the
deterioration of local veterans]
housing projects and causes and i
prevention of dry rot in wood'
construction. Channing will act]
as program chairman and Dr.
Palmer H. Craig, chapter presi-
dent, will preside.
Pioneer Women
To Hold Cruise
Golda Meyerson Club of Pio-
neer Women will sponsor a
moonlight cruise aboard the
Yacht Seven Seas on Sunday.
July 2. at 8 p.m. The boat leaves
from Pier 8. City Yacht Basin.
Tickets at $1.25 include refresh-
ments and entertainment. Mrs.
Pearl Krieger .and Mrs. Anna
Frye are chairmen of the event.
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Those kneecaps belong to Sheila Posner, one of the ma]
entrants in the kneecap contest being sponsored by the
Beach Y Outdoor Club on Sunday, June 25, al 8:30 p.m. The 1
will highlight the fiist in a series of cances on the Y patio.
Beach Girl Graduates
Miss Suzanne Gillette, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Gillette,
4S85 Nautilus Ct., Miami Beach.
graduated from the Tobe-Coburn
School for Fashion Careers in
New York on June 6.
Miss Gillette, who was gradu-
i ated cum laude in 1949 from
I Western College for Women in
Oxford. O.. will spend the summer
with hei family before job
Macy's, New York, as an en
tive trainee.
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Ch are he'll wind up giving her
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But before they tie the nuptial knot
We il lave 'em agitation
By inviting them to Hilciaft
For their wedding invitation.
There's beauty in the craftsmanship
Of Hilcraft's fine engraving.
Tet Bride and Groom will buy the best
At most substantial saving.
So when there's romance in the air
And T0U want to name the day.
Let Hilcralt do it lor you
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nm
Don Schrager
Newly elected officers and
committee chairmen of Miami i
Masada were installed in a garden '
ceremony conducted by Rabbi
Menahem Sparer, honorary
Masada member, last week.
Don Schrager took office as
president. Others inducted at the
rites were Jerry Simms, vice
president: Aileen Tamaroff. rec-
ocrding secretary: Louis Fine,
treasurer: Dora Krendel and
Ethel Miller, corresponding sec-
retaries: Saul Taub. sergeant-at- I
arms: Marty Eig. representative-
at-large and historian.
Committee chairmen include |
Hal Herman, Lee Polak. Marty
Eig, Aileen Aamaroff. Eugene'
, Aronovitz. Rabbi Sparer. Dena'
Mazo and Hank Berkowitz.
Miami Masada. an organization
for young adults between the I
ages of 18 and 35. meets at the
Miami Jewish Community Center '
every other Thursday.
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)AY, JUNE 23, 1950
annual Miami
lire
he.-.
jnter Camp To
,en Monday
he twelfth
Irish Community Center Day
'' wm officially open for an
t-week season on Monday,
e 26. at 9 a.m.
,e camp program, which will
un Until August 18. is similp-
n out-of-town camp except
ldren return home atier 4
Special activities includ"
..ming. dramatics,, arts and
t's, athletics, dancing, singing,
trips and tours and
In addition, programs
from the youngsters own
estions and the campers plan
own activities through a
p counsel. They also publish
lr own camp newspaper.
special feature this year will
midget division catering to
esters five and six years of
The regular camp is for
,ren from seven to fourteen.
jo Center Home Camp Com-
ee, of which Martin Rubin-
is chairman, serve, as a
iiing group for the camp and
ts the professional staff in
jday camp program,
rthe first time transportation
ing provided for the children
will be picked up in the
ling and returned to their
es in the afternoons. There
daily check-up on the physi-
ell-being of each child and
children are insured against
lents.
.,nches .are served daily and
ddition milk is served every
noon.
ic week prior to camp was
t in training the counsellor^
in orientating them to a
ic Camp program. A separate
fcshop was held on each camp-
activity such as dramatics.
i and crafts, etc., and coun-
ts were given the opportunity
only to learn new methods
approaches but also to share
r past experiences.
cas To Discuss TV
lyde Lucas of station WTVJ
speak on "The Future of]
^vision" at the weekly lunch-
meeting of Sholem Lodge,
fci B'rith on Friday, June 23,
|1215 p.m. at the Miamian
aurant.
*J<**istFhridfon
Following completion of an
advanced Underwriting course at
Purdue University. William Raf-
kind is specializing in estate
analysis work and business life
insurance as special agent for
the John Hancock life Insurance
Company, with offices at 234
Biscayne Blvd.
Graduating from the University
of Wisconsin in 1940. Mr. Rafkind
joined the Aetna Life Insurance
Company and remained until
entering the service in 1941. At
the time of his release in 1946
he had attained the rank of LI.
Colonel. Mr. Rafkind is married
to a Tampa girl and has one son.
The family resides at 3711 S.W.
27th Terr.
Tamara Chapter
To Hoar Pianist
iSta J S?urlin- local wncert
Pianist, will perform at the
CharS ?VF* of Tam"a
h k Z f M"chl Women to
be held on Tuesday. June 27,
8.30 p.m. at the National Hotel.
The young musician is a grad-
uate of the School of Music of
the Universityj0f Miami, as well
M the Julliard School of Music
L.ast month she presented a re-
cital at the university and ap-
peared as soloist with the
university symphony during the
schools commencement concert
on June 11.
Mrs. Philip Bloom is in charge
of the affair and Mrs. Jack H
Kane is in charge of the program.
Couples Club To
Meet .Suiiflav
r-,T\le A"unR Married Coupies
n u ?e'th D:,vid Congregation
wui hold an "eating meeting" on
Sunday. June 25. at 7:30 p.m. at
the new synagogue,
j A cold-cut buffet supper will
. be served and dancing, games and
i entertainment will round out the
j evening, according to Mrs. Ber-
i nard Applebaum. president.
Reservations mav be made by
I calling Mrs. Mac Mermell, 83-1973:
Mrs. Ernest Fishalow, 83-2117; or
j Mrs. Harold Segal. 9-2121.
Meeting Scheduled
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Center will meet on Wednesday.
June 28. at 8:30 p.m. at the Hia-
leah City Hall.
PAGE THIRTEEN
Youth Chorus To
Sing At Rally
The Youth Friendship Chorus,
a choral group comprised of boys
and girls of all faiths, will be
featured at the Miami Beach
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. third annual
July 4 celebration in Flamingo
Park on Tuesday, July 4.
The choral aggregation was
formed two years ago at the
suggestion of David Rabinowitz.
Bnai B'rith youth adviser and
currently engaged in the direction
of the teenage television program
sponsored by the Coca Cola Co.
Rablnowitz's intent was to de-
velop understanding between
youths of all religions and creeds.
Approximately 40 boys and girls
will sing Irving Caesar's famed
"Songs of Friendship," which in-
vite mutual understanding be-
tween peoples and nations.
Other features of the patriotic
celebration will be a concert by
the American Federation of Labor
Concert Orchestra and addresses
by civic leaders and greetings bv
Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach.
Chairman of the evening.
George J. Talianoff. predicts a
record attendance and urges all
members of the community to
attend the ceremonies.
See or Phone Me
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LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Life Ins Co
907 Biscayne Bldn
19 W. Flagler St.
"A GOOD NAME
]i more to be
[treasured them riches."
Proverbi
IGORDON
1FUNERAL
HOME-
[symbolizes every-
hng a good name
IMPLIES
lnrrJ. years the nam*
RDON has been as-
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al Miami Jewish
causes
; *>" time of need let
IP I"0" as we have.
ne W other grateful
families
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lJS. L. PLTJMMEH
Funerl Director
Tom Smith To Speak
Tom Smith, director of the
Miami Beach Convention Bureau
and Publicity Department, will be
guest speaker at the next meeting
of the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
B'rith Luncheon Club on Tuesday,
June 27, at 12:15 p.m. at Mei Yin
Restaurant. Smith will sDeak on
"Sunshine City Becomes the Con-
vention City of the Year."
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community. Wide Kashruth Association, Participating
Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warns the public.
Ilni of the ll.MVIl
Vaad;
QMVH
n i a.
:a;
the ll.MVH
That only Moris when- the .
displayed are endorsed by the
2. That only chickens with the rln of the
are endorsed by the Vaad as kosher;
3. That only FRESHLY KII.I.KD chickens with the ring (.1
may be purchased In the live poultry market:
4. That COLD chickens in the live poultry market cannot lie endorsed
by the Vaad because they may be Crver Zman:
:'. Not to be misled bv statements such as 'traditional meals served"
under the impres.sion that they are kosher.
For other information about Kashruth call our Director. Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595.
HARRY SIRKIN, Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec.
A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. S. LOBEL. Treas.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
+Jeistfk>ri ""DAY.nJNE;
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
The Israel Tennis Association
announced that they are sending
three players to Warsaw to com-
pete with a Polish team in the
second round of the European
zone of the Davis Cup tennis
competition. The representatives
Israel has selected are Arieh
Weiss, age 22. the nation's single
champion: Yehuda Finkelkraut.
age 36; and Jacob Buntman. age
19. a driver for the American
Embassy in Tel Aviv. Both Arieh
Weiss and Yehuda Finkelkraut
have participated before in inter-
national tourneys.
*
It was announced in New York
City recently that the National
Jewish Welfare Board is co-
operating with the newly or-
ganized National Committee for
United States Participation in the
1950 World Maccabiah in the
technical work of selecting and
certifying the athletes who will
make up the American team. The
Jewish Welfare Board was in-
vited to participate in this work
as it is the sole representative
of the American Jewish com-
munity in the National Amateur
Athletic Union, the United States i
Olympic Committee and the Pan- |
American Games Committee. The
Welfare Board had the same re-
sponsibility for 1932 and 1935
Maccabiahs.
The 1950 World Maccabiah will i
be held in Israel on September |
27 through October 8 of this year, i
Harry D. Henshel and Charles L. |
Ornstein. co- nouncing the establishment of the I
National Committee for United'
States Participation in the 1950
Maccabiah. explained that they |
were inviting a limited number \
cf people. Jews and non-Jews,
interested in sports to cooperate
in a private effort to obtain the j
funds needed to equip and trans- j
port an American team. Other'.
members : the committee are1
Mordecai M. Konowitz, Edward
A. N rman, and Charles G
Greene. The organizers revealed
that they were acting in response '
to an inv tati m the World,
Maccabi Uni >n.

Max Patkin is breaking records
wherever he performs with his
ball act. Last year Max played
in 70 cities throughout the nation.
Thus far he has passed that mark I
in bookings and from present
indications appears likely t hit
at least one hundred cities before
the season comes to a close. His
fame is spreading rapidly and
undoubtedly he is the coming'
comic of the diamond. Al Schacht. I
the veteran of many years stand- j
ing. is sticking close to his lucra- i
tive restaurant in Manhattan
these days although he does jump
around for old friends. In the
meantime Patkin is taking the
play away wherever he appears
and is young enough and am-
bitious to make the big time. This
summer, his third on the road,
he will play a major league ball
park for the first time. Cincin-
nati has booked him for early in
June. His performance will be
watched eagerly by other big
league clubs and if the Philly
boy puts on one of his better
shows he will be made. Patkin
; started with the Cleveland In-
dians four summers ago but is
I doing much better under the
| guidance of Eddie Gottlieb. Philly
j promoter, who is handling his
I tour.
In the event Patkin is available
I during the winter you may see
him developing a basketball
routine which will be put on with
' the Philadelphia Sphas who plan
I to tour the country again next
i winter.
. .
Nat Holman. City College
i mentor, is still in great demand
I as a speaker these days although
, the winter basketball season has
been put away in mothballs. Re-
i cently we accompanied him to
JNew Haven where he gave an
I inspiring address to a YMHA
j gathering at the Woodbridge
i Country Club. Nat told an amus-
I ing yarn that bears repeating.
[The writer was delegated to in-
troduce the Coach of the Year
and it was only natural that we
should refer to him as Mr. Basket-
ball. When Nat spoke he said it
was all fine and dandy to the
called "Mr. Basketball" and to be
lauded to the skies. The fact re-
mains he is the same guy he was
when City didn't win two national
titles within ten days and from
those who knew him intimately
he still received the same kind of
attention that he received form-
erly. He was trying to tell his
youthful listeners that honors,
titles, etc.. weren't everything.
And to illustrate his point he told
how he returned home after win-
ning the second time against
Bradley. His wife greeted him at
the door and he was in heaven
expecting her to float through
the air with him.
"Honey."' she said as he reached
the door. "Will you please take
the garbage out." If he needed
a lesson in humility this was it
and he tried to pass the idea
along to the boys. The game was
the thing, not necessarily the
honors and glory.
*
Abe Saperstein called Maurice
Podoloff. president of the NBA,
from London the other day to
report his Globetrotters were
breaking all sorts of attendance
records in Europe, too. He invited
Podoloff and Eddie Gottlieb to
fly to Europe early in June to
join Abe and if Gottlieb can make
it he too will join his promoting
associate.
*
Vic Frank. Yale's sensational
discus thrower, established what
amounts to an all-time record
recently at the I.C. 4A when
he won the discus throw for the
fourth successive year. Future
contestants will not be able to
equal this unusual performance
due to the fact that Frank was
a wartime baby and was granted
a four-year eligibility. Future
collegiate platter throwers; will
have to be contented with three-
vear eligibility after serving
their novitiates in their freshman
seasons.
Frank and Jim Fuchs were
powerful enough in the discus and
shot put events to gain Yale the
IC 4A throne. Known as the
Hardware Twins." these giant
youngsters have enhanced old
; Eli's reputation in the field events.

Al Schacht, the clown prince
of baseball and former pitcher
and coach of Washington, ac-
cepted the captaincy of the
Broadway and Hollywood all-
star team which opposed a team
of amputee war veterans of the
. National Amputation Foundation
' in a game at the Polo Grounds.
i New York, the night of July 19.
*
Everyone in the American
! League is raving about Al Rosen's
I sensational clubbing with the
i Cleveland Indians. At the end of
I May the third baseman had belted
ten home runs or one more than
Ralph Kiner of the Pittsburgh
Pirates who led both leagues in
home runs last summer. Al is
beginning to make Cleveland fans
forget about Ken Keltner who has
moved on to Boston. The Jewish
infielder went into the second
!game of a twin bill last May 21
i before he committed his first
, error of the 1950 season. He
' muffed a twisting liner off the bat
jof Bobby Brown, Yankee third
I sacker.

Judge Morris Roihenberg. national chairman of the I
Jewish Appeal, congratulates Mrs. Louis Glasser after itti
presented a check for $250,000 from Miami at the National I
Conference of the United Jewish Appeal held in Chicago i
| Opens Larger Offices
Lewis Pomerantz, certified pub-
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opening of larger offices at 927
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
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IDAY, JUNE 23, 1950
B'nai B'rith Lodges Score Failure Of
nazification, Urge Review Of Policy
,...,. B'nai B'rith lodges in
*to*MnorMfiajn
niret
j i have unanimously
lutions scoring the
lure of the denazification pro-
the American Zone of
review of the American policy
in Germany by Congress
Sholem Miami Beach and
in me miiwM.-u *i 1(iroplcal lodges have fo ... > i
many "' i"BinS a complete copies of their resolution to the
President of the United SI
liamians Attend
IG, AZA Meets
hvc delegates from the B'nai
Kth Girls Organizations in
later M mi will attend a dis-
fl B'nai B'rith convention from
fiP 24 thi nigh 27 in Baltimore,
anounnced by Selma Lewis,
|i:h din
r up from Greater Miami
llude Miriam Levy, Sholem
aptcr: Flora Seltman and Anita
an, Hillel Chapter; Sandy
batman. BZB Chapter and'
fraine Albert, ALS Chapter.
the girls will participate in a
e-fold program of athletics,
Jhmunily service, cultural, reli-
fu- and social programs.
Five deli gates from the Greater
Wi an a AZA chapters at-
Idcd a district meet from June
Itlmmuh 22 at Camp Blue Star,
fcdersonville, N. C.
Tttending were Bob Cooper,
|phtn S. Wise Chapter; Bernard
plnick, Robert L. Blumenthal
Bpter: Sti ve Tar, Sigma Rho
apter; .Martin Garden. Hillel
aptcr. Sonny April, Chapter
the youths participated in
I / Seminars, a varied
lrts program and extensive
Jir.ess programs devoted to the
nning il community service
the coming year,
featured speaker at the con-
fence v. Irving Cantor of
Secretary of State Dean Aches n
and Florida Congressmen urgine
r-o -oL,p'"'! "f House Resolution:
! oi8-a86 and Senate Resolution 260
, requesting the President to ap-
point a bipartisan commission
relating to American policy in
Germany.
"What is imperatively needed
at this point, in view of the failun
and disappointments of the pasl
is a full review by the United
States Congress and by a presi-
dential commission of the execu-
tion of American policy in
Germany and the need for a
positive program," the resolution
reads.
The lodges call for the
strengthening of the pro-demo-
cratic forces in Germany; the
elimination of all active support-
ers of the Nazi program from
policy making and other positions
ot authority or responsibility; the
democratization of the economy
and the maintenance of such con-
trols on the economy that while
providing an adequate standard
of living and contributing to
European recovery, the country
will never again become a threat
of war; the re-education of the
German people, especially its
youth, in a spirit of democratic
and peaceful cooperation.
Sisterhood To Meet
The Sisterhood of the Northeide
Jewish Center will hold its next
meeting on Monday night. June
Shingt D. C..~the national 26. at Douglas Gardens. N.E. 52nd
gram director for the B'nai, St. and 2nd Ave.. according to an
h Y Organizations. i announcement by Mrs. A. Zucker-
--------------- I man. acting president.
Hindi .in to Star
CVnlor Fete
Share* Chapter
Names Delegates
Youna*retwChapter' B"n" B'rith
Jfoung Women, w n ,,.,, ,
mual B'nai
in V
,, '< D. C, Julv i
by ttlyn
l,ne Cohen and I -,,C.....|on
ll;'' conclave will be held in
i with the District
Convention of the B'nai B'rith
young Men in order to better co-
lucational, recreational,
social and community service pro-
grams undertaken by B'nai B'rith
Young Adults on a national level
ram an four B'nai B'rith
Young Women units in the Great-
er Miami area comprised of young
women between the ages of 18
and 25. Announcement of other
delegates will be made shortly,
according to Miss Selma Lewis,
youth director for this area.
Pearlman Graduates
Jules Pearlman, Jr., graduated
from the University of Chicago
this week with a B. A. degree.
Jules plans to enter the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School in
the fall.
PAGE FIFTEEN
i Young Zionists To
Hold Oneg Shabbat
i Anne8 Shabbat will be held!
oj the Miami Beach v PUn&
Zionist District on Friday. June
-i. at the home of Mrs. Hyman
S. Kaplan, 4625 N. Bay Road.
Miami Beach, at 8:30 p.m. Them <
toi the evening will be a
01 Israeli music, in which all!
hi will participate.
This ini Shabbal i one oi ..
a nes b< in poi ed e\ Fri-
day evi ning by the group as a
part ol the education phase of its
P/OBram. The gath. i i i be
held at various homes on Miami
Beach.
Information concerning the
" may be obtained by con-
tactmg Florence Abramson.' chair-
Swim Dance Planned
A swim dance will be sponsored
by the North Shore Jewish Center
at the Kingston Hotel on Monday,
June 26, at 8 p.m. Entertainment
and refreshments will be provided
and admission will be one dollar, i
man of the -cries, or
Goodwin, president.
David
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