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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
)LUME 23NUMBER 27
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 7, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ewish Community Maintains Rapid Growth
-iisus Veteran Estimates Present
tpulation At Mere Than 50.000
The Greater Miami Jewish community is holding its own by
ig pace with the whirlwind growth of the general community.
i Ms is the opinion of M. J. Kopelowitz, who masterminded the
sh population surveys conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish
^ration in 1944 and 1947.
In the 1947 studythe lait under Federation auspicesthe
r-round Jewish population was given as 40.000. Assuming that
Jewish community is growing at the same rate as the general
amunitythat is, nine per cent per yearKopelowitz estimates
there has been a 27 per cent hike in the number of Jewish
dents since the last census and sets the present figure at
|htly more than 50.000. or approximately ten per cent of the
ty total.
v painstaking statistician, Kopelowitz reveals that he arrived
tiese figures only after an intensive study of new Florida Power
L,ight Co. installations, synagogue membership and religious
ix>l enrollment.
Other observers, many of whom hold key positions in the
rish community, challenge Kopelowiti' statistics, claiming that
ry are unduly conserve vtive. These people would set the count
somewhere between 55.000 and 60.000.
In support of their contention, they point to Sunday school
rollment. which has jumped from U40 in 1947 to 2.384 this
,st year. This represents almost a 100 per cent increase. 328 more
Udenli attended Hebrew classes during the past year than in
47, a jump of over SO per cent.
; The rise in religious school enrollment, however, may be partly
hbuted to the /act that schools have been established in all the
urban areas and are more accessible than they were three
Regardless of which estimate is correct, r.o one would deny that
I Jewish population has risen meteorically in the last ten years.
Hence of the spectacular growth is on every hand.
[Chronicling this growth, Morris Klass, executive director of the
Bter Miami Jewish Federation, in his annual report, disclosed
when he came here in October, 1941, Federation master file
cd 3 000 Jewish families. "We now have over 14,000 address-
tph plates he added. "2,200 Federation contributors gave to the
"campaign. Our 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal will have over
A Federation's operating budget has grown from $15,000 in 1941
El02 000 in 1950seven times greater. However, its campaign
yns'ar*, 13 timas graoUr-from $103,000 to $1,250,000."
Continuing to compare the Miami of 1941 with the city of
ay. Klass pointed out that there were only five Jewish con-
ations in Dade County nine years ago. whereas there are
__/ over four times that number. There were 26 Jewish.organua-
es luted in our files." he said. "There are now well over 200.
Here were three local Jewish welfare agencies; there are now 12.
^Further evidence that the Jewish community is past the short
Its stage is reflected in the growth of B'nai B'rith in this area. In
Ipast ten years it has grown from a single lodge with a handful
hembers to 28 organizations for men, women, boys and girls with
Ambined membership close to 3,000.
JThat the Jewish expansion has been in every directionNorth,
Ith East and Westis attested to by the development of Jewish
er's in all of the suburban communities which have mushroomed
e the termination of the war. Coral Gables, which at one time
i restricted to Jews, now boasts two Jewish congregationsone
Irging its present facilities and the other erecting a house of
ship The West Miami Jewish Center and Temple Isaiah are
making plans for construction of a building. The Hialeah-
niii Springs Jewish Center broke ground for its structure only a
(weeks ago and the Flagler-Granada Jewish Cer.ter is conducting
herstone laying ceremonies this Sunday.
Yes, the Jewish community is definitely holding its own.
rnerstone Rites For Flagler-Granada
iter Slated for Sunday Afternoon
Browdy Elected ZOA Head; Autonomy
Urged For Zionist Units Outside Israel
CHICAGO, OTA)Benjamin Browdy. who several months
ago was named to fill the unexpired term of the late president
of the Zionist Organization of America, Daniel Frisch, was
elected for a full term as head of the organization.
Rudolf G. Sonnebom of New York was re-elected chairman
of the Administrative Couacil and
Mortimer May of Nashville,
Tenn., was re-elected chairman
of the National Executive Com-
mittee.
A declaration demanding
autonomy for local Zionist organ-
izations in countries outside of
Israel, and a special status for
the World Zionist Organization in
Israel was adopted Tuesday at the
53rd annual convention of the
ZOA.
The 1,200 delegates at the parley
also voted acceptance of a pro-
gram which calls for: sponsorship
of the chalutz movement in the
United States; establishment of
an American-Israel information
service; promotion of activities
through which Israel students will
be able to come to the U.S. for
special studies; sponsoring of
work vacations in Israel for
American Jewish college students;
and, establishment of chairs for
the study of the Hebrew language
in American colleges.
The declaration on local auto-
nomy reads in part: "We reaffirm
the especial status of the World
Zionist Organization and urge
such reaffirmation upon all Zion-
ists and upon the Government of
Israel. The World Zionist Organ-
ization should continue to be
possessed of special functions in
(Continued on Page 4)
arnerstone laying ceremony
the Flagler-Granada Jewish
nmunity Center is slated for
jday. July 9, at 3 p.m. at N.W.
ft Place and 1st St., Joseph
ster, president, has announced.
Die rites will mark the opening
a fund-raising drive. A goal
$20,000 has been set for com-
tion of the building and the
lirchase of necessary equipment.
[Principal speaker at Sunday's
Kercises will be Miami Beach
ouncilman Burnett Roth. Dr.
*cob H. Kaplan will offer the
Evocation. Spiritual and lay lead-
s from the entire Greater Miami
,ea have been invited to partici-
ite in the program, according to
D-chairmen Herman Feldman
Jess Freed.
The building, which is expected
be completed for High Holiday
ervices, will include an audi-
orium large enough to accommo-
ate 400 persons and five class-
rooms.
Working closely with the Jew-
sh Centers Association, Flagler-
Granada has already started to
ablish youth and adult leisure
time programming. The Jewish
Centers Association has appointed
a program director for this area
who will begin operation approxi-
mately September 1.
Flagler-Granada, under Jewish
Centers Association sponsorship,
conducts a home camp and a
parent educational lecture series.
Regular Sabbath services are held
every Saturday morning at tem-
porary quarters, 4499 S.W. 2nd St.
All interested in becoming
members are requested to contact
the membership chairman, Daniel
Honorof, 4-0285.
Brandeis Establishes
Chair In Hebrew
WALTHAM, Mass., (JTA)
Brandeis University this week an-
nounced the establishment of the
Michael Tuch Chair in Hebrew
Literature and Ethics. Named for
the donor, Michael Tuch, a
Brooklyn philanthropist, the chair
will permit the University to en-
large its programs of Hebrew
culture established at the uni-
versity's inception in the fall of
1948.
Manchester Paper
Takes Issue With
U.S. Commissioner
LONDON, (JTA)Taking issue
with the statement made this
week by John J. McCloy, Ameri-
can High Commissioner in Ger-
many, that there is no problem
of "rising anti-Semitism in Ger-
many," the Manchester Guardian
reports this week from Berlin
that outbreaks of anti-Semitism
have definitely become more fre-
quent in Germany in the past
year although they are still too
isolated to constitute an organized
campaign.
"The anti-Semitic incidents,"
the Berlin correspondent of the
British newspaper reports, "have,
in the main, taken the form of
desecrating Jewish cemeteries and
synagogues. In addition, promi-
nent Jews have been receiving
insulting leaflets and threatening
letters. Some Jewish houses have
been marked with swastikas and,
on more than one occasion, Jews
have been beaten up by assailants
whose motives evidently were not
robbery. All evidence goes to
show that anti-Semitism, if still
not widespread, is at the moment
on the increase," the correspond-
ent says.
"The publication of McCloy s
letter," the article continues,
"comes at a time when German
government officials are becoming
increasing worried by the number
of Nazis securing key posts in
federal ministries of the Bonn
Government. A recent list of ap-
pointments to the Ministry of
Economics shows that nearly 50
percent of the new officials who
joined the Ministry since last
December are men who have
records as active members of the
Nazi party."
Pointing out that the same pro-
portion of Nazis pervails in
appointments to the new German
foreign service, the Berlin cor-
respondent emphasizes that these
examples do not include "passive"
members of the Nazi party who
joined the Nazi ranks for "con-
venience" and took no part in
political work during the Hitler
regime.
Israel Supports
UN Stand On Aid
To South Korea
TEL AVIV. Cabinet at an extraordinary ses-
sion held at the residence of
President -Chaim Weizmann at
Rehovoth adopted a resolution
expressing support of the United
Nations Security Council resolu-
tion calling upon all nations to
assist South Korea.
Immediately after the session
the following statement was is-
sued by the Cabinet: "The Israel
Government opposes and con-
demns aggression whenever it
occurs and from whatever quarter
it emanates. In fulfillment of the
United Nations Charter, Israel
supports the Security Council in
its efforts to put an end to the
breach of the peace in Korea and
to restore peace in that area. The
government hopes that the United
Nations will continue to endeavor
to align all great nations in a
common effort for the safeguard-
ing of world peace."
U. S. Ambassador James G.
McDonald called at the Israel
Foreign Ministry to deliver a note
informing the Israel Government
that the United States had im-
posed a blockade on the coast of
Korea, in accordance with the
Security Council resolution.
Ilade Count, Hits
489.&I8, Miami
Reaches 247,262
Despite the spectacular growth
of Dade County and the city of
Miami, community leaders shook
their heads in disappointment as
they surveyed preliminary pop-
ulation figures, which fell short
of advance estimates.
Nevertheless, these figures
placed both county and city in
the big league. As revealed by
Arthur DiVincent, area census
chief, Dade's population as of
April 1 was estimated at 489.838.
or 10.162 short of the hoped-
for half-million. The county's
total marked an increase of
222.099 since 1940short of a
100 per cant jump.
Miami's figure was set at
247.262. up from 172.172 at the
time of the last census. To
reach its coveted mark of a
quarter-million, the city needs
but 2.738 uncounted noses.
DiVincent expressed confidence
that both county ar.d citv would
pass their goals when the final
totals were released in Washing-
ton, but local officials were taking
no chances. No sooner had they
seen the figures than they initi-
ated a clean-up drive to list every
eligible resident of the county
before the June 30 deadline. Al-
though new figures have not been
released, officials were optimistic
that the city at least had reached
its mark.
Miami Beach jumped from
28.012 to 45.S41, with Coral
Gables and Hialeah neck-and-
neck for third largest dry in
the county. According to pre-
liminary statistics, Hialeah's
population was 19.642. only 26
persons under Coral Gables
with a total of 19.668.
Other figures announced were
North Miami, 10,721; Opa Locka,
5,191; Miami Springs, 5.099: Mi-
ami Shores, 4,978; South Miami,
4.827; Homestead. 4.554; West Mi-
ami, 3.892; Perrine, 2,854; North
Miami Beach, 2,121; Biscayne
Park. 1,993; Surfside, 1,828; Flor-
ida City, 1,544; El Portal, 1,380;
balance of county, 98,878.
No Problem Of Rising Anti-Semitism
In Germany, Commissioner McCloy Says
FRANKFURT, (JTA>John I. McCloy. American High Com-
missioner in Germany, this week expressed the opinion that
there is no problem of "rising anti-Semitism" in Germany, al-
though he admitted that anti-Semitic manifestations were in fact
taking place. Mr. McCloy explained the recent anti-Semitic acts
as "vestiges of anti-Semitism McCloy admitted that "it is
after years of vicious orientation ,j^1^ anfl then nerson3
and training" by the Nazis.
(, Commissioner McCloy's esti-
I mate of the situation was con-
| tained in a letter to Mrs. Herbert
Stein, president of a Jewish
society of Seattle, Washington,
j who had communicated to the
High Commissioner her organiza-
tion's concern over anti-demo-
cratic developments in German
political and social life.
The Commissioner's letter de-
clared that "acts of anti-Semitism
have alarmed not only you and
other Americans, but have drawn
increased attention from all the
occupation powers and the Ger-
man press." He also pointed out
that in recent months West Ger- r\*^t*A
man President Theodor Heuss, | Rabb Kertzer tlected
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, the, NEWPORT, R. I., (JTA)
Parliament, various newspapers Rabbi Morris N. Kertzer of Rock-
and the churches have all spoken ville Centre, L. I., was elected
true that now and then persons
with active Nazi backgrounds
attain office," but explained that
"in these cases there are well-
defined lines of procedure for
checking the appointment to high
office of persons considered
inimical or dangerous to the aims
and purposes of the occupation.
Countering this is one of the con-
tinuing basic operations of the
United States High Commis-
sioner."
As for restitution, Mr. McCloy
stressed the difficulties encoun-
tered in getting the program
(Continued on Page 4)____
out against anti-Semitism. This
public expression of indignation
has had a salutary effect, he
added.
president of the National Associa-
tion of Jewish Chaplains of the
U. S. Army and Navy at the end
of its third annual convention
Regarding the apointment of.here this week. Rabbi Israel
former Nazi Party members to Miller of the Bronx was elected
official positions, which was also secretary and Rabbi Joseph A.
raised by Mrs. Stein, Commission-. Lief of Patchogue, L I., treasurer.


PAGE TWO
fJwisti fk rid for
FRIDAY, JULY 7
I'll Say...
June 12.Sleeping, I became aware thai something
changed. Opening my eye*, I aenaed the ship
iiu longer moving. A circle of blue sky was
visible through the round porthole. I got up and
looked. Squares ol vi.....us shades of green checkered
the foothills that rose out of the sea. it must bo
lit land. The sight of land warms the heart after
watching the sky meet the water for days
A tender took us off the Mauritania to Cobh
(pronounced Cove), the port city of Erie. After
( ustoma and stamping of passport. I got into the
compartment of a quaint, green railroad coach. The
train was drawn by a small antiquated engine, out of
a picture book. The fresh spring countryside and
the red brick tenement buildings struck a receptive
chord after the monotony of the ocean.
Attorneys
The train stopped at Cork. I showed the taxi
driver an address in my notebook. Is he the solicitor?
Yes. I answered. 'Well, his office is quite near.
You have his home address. It is a good distance
lroni here." Take me to his office. I ordered. The
cab man volunteered the information that Gerald
G. Goldberg was a very prominent attorney, in fact
the ablest lawyer in Cork County "If he can't get
you off, no one can." the taxi driver assured me
with confidential sympathy.
It was cheering to hear about the high reputation
of a Jewish lawyer among a people so religio-
nationaliatic as the Irish. This estimate was confirmed
and enhanced by more competent authority. Mr
Goldberg, whose name I had from a relative, re-
i lived me with friendly courtesy. Prominent in the
top leadership of the Irish-Jewish community, in-
cluding his own Cork congregation of 300 souls, he
ranks among the ablest solicitors in the land. In
Dublin, he introduced me to his brother-in-law.
Bernard Shillman, barrister, writer of legal text-
books, and author of "Jews in Ireland." From Mr.
Shillman. I obtained a composite picture of the past
and present Jewish community in Ireland.
Legends
The lovely Celtic imagination has erected a folk-
which connects ancient Ireland with the .
declining kingdoms of Judah and Israel. They fancy
Prophet Jeremiah leaving the rums of Jerusalem
Seeing Erie, The Emerald Isle
By HARRY SIMONHOFT
195:
and taking to Ireland the daughter of Zedikiah. the
last king of Judah. A line of lush kings, they would
have, are descended from the Jewish princess. Similar
fairy talcs are woven around the pillow slab on
which Jabob slept at Bethel. Th>s is the cornation
stone of the English kings nw displayed at West-
minister Abbev in London. Some even maintain that
the Irish are descended from the lost ten tribes
in Israel.
MarratUM
But the Jewish history of Ireland approximates
the pattern in England. The Norman conquest in
1066 brought Jews to Britain with the battle of
Hastings. During the following century, the Norman
kings sent Jews into conquered Ireland. They evi-
dently prospered and left after the 1290 expulsion
from'England. The record is silent until the days of
Queen Elizabeth. The Inquisition office of the Canary-
Islands complains that Spanish-Portuguese Marranos
were practicing Judaism openly in Dublin. While
Cromwell was dictator, more Jews were trickling
in; and during the 18th century a congregation was
functioning with a synagogue, and a cemetery in
the Ballybough section of the same city. The im-
portance of the community could be inferred from
the fact that during the middle 18th century, three
attempts were made to pass a bill through the Irish
(Protestant) Parliament, granting to Jews full rights
of citizenship.
Russian Jews
As elsewhere, the Spanish-Portuguese group
declined. In spite of stray arrivals from Germany or
Poland, the Irish community would have disappeared.
But during the 1880's the Czars initiated a major
persecution and thereby revigorated Jews the world
over. It is vain to speculate as to what would have
happened had Russian Jews never ventured beyond
the Czars' borders. American Jewry, the mightiest
in history outside of Palestine, would have been a
minor force. Hitler would have destroyed what re-
mained after Soviet disintegration.
Lithuanians
Today, there are about 7500 Jews in all Ireland.
Mainly from Lithuania, thev are cohesive. Orthodox,
and integrated. Mostly in business or professions.
they constitute a second generation English-speaking
group, under intelligent lay and religious leade|
It is not altogether accidental that Dr. Isaac Her
former Chief Rabbi of the Irish Free State
called to head the Rabbinate of what is now j
Republic of Israel. Iri a sense he is a symbolic fjg,!j
testifying to the vigor and maturity of EneliJ
speaking Jewry.
Absence oj Anti-Semitism
Is there anti-Semitism in so intense a religij
nation as the Irish? On the surface the traveler d3
not detect it. My friends say the masses are Sul
prisingly free from it. They point to Jewish doctj
whose patients are largely Gentile; to Jewish lawvet
and clients whose treatment by judges and juries
exceedingly fair. Perhaps the intense feeling again'
the English absorbs other hatreds.
Yet one senses a subconscious feeling of ultimas
insecurity. Jews of Erie have always been ardS
Zionists; today they are intently preoccupied wifoj
the situation in Israel. Lawyers like Gerald Goldbena
Herman Good and Michael Noyk rank high in char. I
acter. ability and reputation. They are unquestionabli
among Ireland's ablest. Yet they are not invited tl
posts in the government; gentiles of far lesser staturr'
are. The only Jew in government circles is Robert
Briscoe. And he is elected to the Dail Eireann by i|
Christian constituency in Dublin. He has a lont,
honorable record for patriotic service prior to al
during the War for Independence, as well as in tbj
Irish Free State. But he is never mentioned for thel
Cabinet, a position he is entitled to by experien,|
ability and service.
Michael Noyk defended General Sean McKeosI
before a British court martial during the periloul
war period. He prepared to forfeit his life by j
smuggling in several guns so that the general mighll
shoot his way to safety. Fortunately that night thel
British declared an amnesty for all political prisoners,!
and thus saved the lives of General McKeon and his 1
Jewish attorney. These facts are well remembered
Yet solicitor Noyk has never been offered a judicial |
post, though his friend and former client is Minister
of Justice, and will be, they say, the next president
It seems the government would like to reward their
Jewish adherents but the power of Clericalism is
entirely too strong.
Film I*-<-in<--<
Srt For lul v 11
t local showing of the
OUnd-film "Due Process of Law
Denied" starring Henry Fonda
and Dana Andrews will be
-'.nted Tuesday. July 11. .,1
8:18 p.m. at the King Arthur
.'Ti of the Saxony Hotel.
An open discussion featuring
Professor Charles C. Bushong of
extension division at the Uni-
versity of Florida and Miami
'; icn Councilman Melvin Rich-
will follow.
The program is sponsored by
the Emma Lazarus Chapter Busi-
and Professional Women of
E nai B'rith and is open to the
public. Miss Miriam Goldstein
lent, will preside and intro-
d ice Professor Bushong. The
program is under the direction of
Miss Edyth Fleischer, assisted by
Miss Lillian Tickos.
Tamara Chapter To
Hold Card Party
Tamara Chapter Mizrachi Wom-
i en will sponsor a card party on
Sunday. July 9. at 8:30 p.m. at
the Hubert Richter Hotel, accord-
ing to Mrs. A. Louis Mvchlowltz,
president. Proceeds from the af-
fair are earmarked for the
(Children's Village in Raanana.
Israel Tickets may be purchased
I at the door.
Mrs Philip Bloom is chairman
of the event.
Carl Markovilx
0|M'ns Law Olii<-<
1 MarkovitZ announces the
opening of his office for the gen-
eral practice of law at 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, in association
with David M. Trau.
Markovitz graduated from the
University of Miami School of
paw cum laude and received his
undergraduate degree from the
Lniversity of Pittsburgh. At the
University of Miami he was an
editorial staff member of the
Miami Law Quarterly, vice chan-
' 'or of Nu Beta Epsilon and a
member of Omicron Delta Kappa,
national honorary fratetrnity.
Married, he lives at 9057' Gar-
land Ave.. Surfside.
Hotel To Take Over
Alton Road Hospital
Miami Beach's Alton Road Hos-
pital, which has not been used
-nice the Mount Sinai Hospital
opened December, will be taken
(over soon by the Saxonv Hotel.
it was announced last week.
George Sax, owner ,,f the
oceanfront hotel, said the formei
naval hospital, will be used to
house employes and for storage
purposes.
I Built by the city of Miami
Beach, then leased tor two years
during the war to the Navy, the
I structure was sold in 1946 to
Mount Sinai Hospital. Inc.. for
$100,000.
The 75-bed hospital was oper-
ated as a non-sectarian, non-
profl unit until the Mount Sinai
Hospital was opened in the old
Nautilus Hotel building.
slioli-in Lodge To
Pn\s-Mi Show
A variety show featuring nine
acts will be presented by Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on its regular
meeting night, Tuesday. July 11,
at 8:15 p.m. at Congregation Beth
El.
Talent from the Miami Daily
News Youtth Round Up will ap-
pear through the courtesy of Miss
Betty Ward, youth director, who
was recently chosen as outstand-
ing woman in Dade County for
1949. According to David Stuzin
and Frank Jaffe, chairmen, the
program will include vocalists,
dancers and instrumentalists.
A brief business session will
precede the show, it has been
announced by President Sidney
Aronovitz.
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>AY. JULY 7. 1950
+Jewlsti nor Mian
PAGE THREE
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTONA number of
vs who hold important jobs in
government service prefer not
be identified as Jews. As-
ant Secretary of Defense Marx
/a is not in this category,
eva, a native of Alabama,
kaks with a quiet southern
Iwl. He is very much a southern
Itlemanperhaps much more
I than certain Representatives
it to Congress from southern
Ites. An affable, bright young
n of 35, Leva was chosen by
esident Truman as Assistant
cretary late last summer. Un-
some colleagues in the
itagon and other departments,
ira likes it to be known that he
| Jewish.
Uthough not a "joiner" by
tur<\ Leva has been closely as-
ciated with things Jewish. In
Alabama town of Selma, he
tended the Talmud Torah of
lishkan Israel Congregation,
frhaps the reason for his punc-
lal attendance was the fact that
Is father, Leo Leva, was presi-
ent of the congregation and his
sther taught at the Hebrew
fchool.
At the University of Alabama,
eva helped out at the Hi lid
Dundation. In 1937 he received
be degree of Bachelor of Science.
|e then went to Harvard for a
|w degree and became an editor
the Harvard Law Review. Leva
rorked as a law clerk for Su-
reme Court Justice Hugo Black
rum 1940 to 1941. In 1941 he
iras appointed senior attorney in
He office of the General Counsel
the War Production Board. In
year he became acting regional
Ittorney for WPB in the Northern
ihio and Michigan area.
On July 4, 1942, Leva was com-
lissioned in the Navy with the
rade of ensign and was assigned
the amphibious force of the
Atlantic Fleet. He served as ex-
cutive officer and navigator of
f.S.S. LST 386a landing ship
rhich carried tanks directly to
aemy shores. He was at Sicily,
izio, SaWno and Normandy.
was decorated, promoted to
tutenant and ordered back to
Bs)Tinton for duty in the
ireau of Ships, Navy Depart-
ent. As an amphibious officer.
feva, through combined opera-
ns, gained invaluable insight
jto the problems of unified
imand.
|ln 1946 Leva became counsel
the Fiscal Director of the
kvy. Shortly thereafter, he was
bpointed a special assistant to
ie then Secretary of the Navy,
fe late James Forrestal.
I When Forrestal became Secre-
pry of Defense, in 1947, Leva was
^pointed Special Assistant to the
ecretary of Defense. In addition
his duties as special assistant,
eva served from 1947 to 1949 as
eneral counsel of the National
lilitary Establishment. He was
dominated by President Truman
Assistant Secretary of Defense
1st August 27, was confirmed by
lie Senate, and was sworn in on
eptember 12.
Leva is kjiown throughout the
lovernment services as an ex-
eptionally capable administrator,
ast January the Washionton
Junior Chamber of Commerce se-
cted him as their annual choice
|or "the outstanding young man
government service."
As part of his work to aid the
rJnited Jewish Appeal, Leva is
phairman of the Honorary Ad-
visory Committee of the UJA's
lovernment division.
Leva is married to a physician.
)r. Shirley Pearlman Leva, who
racticed medicine in World War
They have two children.
Leva's outlook was reflected in
address he made recently be-
kre the Jewish War Veterans.
said, "... a nation which can
onor in this ballroom tonight
jpaport To Review
>L Boek At Luncheon
lOscar Rappaport, Miami at-
pney, will review the best seller,
i Measure of Freedom," at the
&cheon club meeting of Sholem
jdge, B'nai B'rith Friday, July
[at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian
Mtaurant. The book is the Anti-
pfamation League's annual sur-
' on bigotry and prejudice in
United States.
Louis B. Mayer at an inspiring
ceremony which opened with the
moving invocation given by His
Eminence Francis Cardinal Spell-
mana nation which can include
in its Department of Defense
General Joe Collins, a Catholic
from Louisiana; and General
Omar Bradley, a Protestant from
Missouri; and Marx Leva, a
Jew from Alabamais a nation
that is capable of that greater
unification which will declare to
all the world that the dignity
and liberty of the individual-
regardless of race, creed, or color
will continue to constitute the
basic premise on which is founded
the government of the unified
people of these United States of
America."
Shekel Sales
Mount In I S.
With one week remaining be-
fore the close of the countrywide
campaign for Shekel registration
on July 15, the twelve major
Zionist organizations practipiating
in the drive have reported a final
wave of registrations to insure
eligibility to select delegates to
the twenty-third World Zionist
Congress in Jerusalem on Decem-
ber 20, it was disclosed by Charles
Ross of New York, chairman of
the United States central Shekel
and election board.
The Shekel, which is purchased
by Jews throughout the world for
one dollar for the two-year
Shekel, is the symbol of affilia-
tion with the World Zionist
Organization and entitles the
holder to choose representatives
to the World Zionist Congress,
the top policy making body of
the movement. Since the estab-
lishment ofthe independent State
of Israel, Zionists have been at-
tempting to decide upon a pro-
Center Will Take Over
Ring Performance July 27
The Miami Jewish Community
Center has taken over the full
house of the University of Miami's
Ring Theater for the performance
of "Yes, My Darling Daughter,"
succesful Broadway comedy, on
Thursday, July 27.
Professor Warren Smith, visit-
ing lecturer from Penn State who
is conducting a summer workshop
in ring theater technique for
teachers, is directing the play and
the cast will include university
students.
Tickets are available at the
center and reservations may be
made by calling 3-5489.
gram which would be in keeping
with the needs of Israel and their
position as citizens of their re-
spective countries. It is the
Congress which is to make these
decisions, reflecting the views of
the various territorial Zionist
groups and their individual mem-
bers.
Ml. Scopus Group
Plans Card Party
Mt. Scopus Group of Hadassah
will hold its summer social and
card party in Burdine's-^ir-con-
ditioned auditorium on Wednes-
day, July 12, at 1 p.m.
Refreshments will be served
and valuable prizes will be
awarded, according to Mrs. Harry
Lackey, chairman of the event.
Tickets are $1.25 and reserva-
tions may be made by calling
Mrs. Lackey at 4-909 or her co-
chairman, Mrs. K. C. Paul at
48-4687.
Director In Philadelphia
Louis Schwartzman, executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami, is
spending his vacation in Phila-
delphia, where he is working to-
wards his Ph.D. at Dropsie Col-
lege. He will return to Miami the
early part of August.
In his absence, Hy Pomerantz,
director of extension activities of
the bureau, will be in charge.
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FRIDAY. July
EDITORIAL
Two Who Shaped A World
The calendar of a living people is enriched by
low but constant accretion. Generation by
generation some new festival, some new day of
commemoration is added to it. With the realization
of the Zionist ideal, the Jewish yearboth in
Israel and among Jews outside of ithas been
given new color and depth, reflecting the great
changes that have revolutionized Jewish history
in our own lifetime.
Within these last decades the month of Tammuz
has turned the thoughts of Jews to two men who,
mere than any other, shaped the revolution in our
history: Theodcr Herzl, the anniversary of whose
death falls on the twentieth of Tammuz 'July 5.
1950, end Chaim Nachman Bialik, the annivers-
ary of whose death is the twenty-first of Tammuz
(July 6. 1950.
Bialik, greatest writer of the renascent Hebrew
language, may be said to have borne within
himself the whole of that rich, deeply rooted
culture which kept Jews alive as a unique ability
that spiritual fatherland of Bible and Talmud
and medieval literature and folkways and faith
which tock the place of the physical fatherland
of the Land of Israel and made the people of
Israel in their exile ready for the return to the
Land of Israel.
Bialik was more than a great writer of Hebrew.
In a sense he was Hebrew itself. He used the
language with uncanny Tightness, with a master-
ful, loving touch which revealed the power and
the freshness implicit in the old words and forms.
He gave consummate expression to the inner life
of that crucial generation which cast the die in
Jewish history, organizing the worldwide Zionist
movement and throwing itself body and soul into
the resettlement of Palestine. Bialik's poems are
the diary of that whole generation. With the
prohing genius of a great poet he expressed their
nostalgia for the dying wcrld of the pious,
studious, self-contained Jewish town. He expressed
their changing valuesthe new emphasis on
heroism, self-defense, the rebuilding of Zion.
Bialik's historic function may be described as
the emotional preparation of Jewry for the new
task of nation-building. But the nation would never

A Word To CmmUtrm
At the recent convention of Jewish
there was uniform complaint against what
called the altitude of indifference in the I !
communities toward the cantorial function, of
synagogue. There wai also much comn] tri H
pr<
wr
3351
The Ever Welcoming Arms
have been built without the political and organiza-
tional vision of Theodor Herzl. Sprung from a
European culture very far from that of Russian-
Polish Jewry, he saw the Jewish question through
the eyes of modern statesmanship. He brought it
out of the realm of folklore and prayer into the
arena of world politics. He organized his people
to cope with the political and economic forces of
the twentieth century. He taught them to think not
in the" romantic terms cf the restored Kingdom of
David, but in terms of an internationally recogn-
ized Jewish State. "I have today created the
Jewish State," he wrote in his diary after the first
Zionist Congress in 1897. To the world at large
the startling truth of those words became apparent
on May 11, 1947 when the State of Israel came to
painful but triumphant birth.
against the so-called "trial method" or
hearing" practice in selecting cantors.
Frankly speaking we are admirers of chazanM
Yet we cannot go along with the main thesit
our cantors. If our Jewish communities did I
really recognize the cantorial functions of |
synagogue, chazanuth would not be so wid3
practiced an art in our midst. If anything, 3
:s an excessive weakness in the other direc J
often to the detriment of more important funcfiej
Many are the congregations spending he money for chazanim when the funds could
gc for Jewish education or for a more competj
spiritual leader. Admittedly, chazanuth hi
played a vast role in Jewish tradition aj
synagogue life. But values must be judged cal
comparative basis. The teacher, the educator aj
the rabbi is still in the forefront of our fabricl
L' there there has been a deterioration in tsl
attitude toward the cantor, the blame rest eU
where. A cantor who desecrates the SabbJ
immediately after he has been the beseech
voice at orthodox services cannot expect res
A cantrr who becomes a vaudevUlian duri
between-seasons can hardly complain about
waning prestige of the cantorial profession. ,
cantor who makes it his business to attend the
synagogue only on the occasions when he is
perform can hardly complain when there is m.
muring and resentment. A cantor who thinks h
highly of his services as to become unavailabk
to people with lesser means can hardly e.-ihana
his profession.
Unless the cantorial organizations clean houn|
that field is bound to turn barren.
Business Firms Withdraw Support From
Anti-Semitic Activities Of Hart, Kemp
lierwin K. Hart'i anti-S<
1 ; leading
business firms, which .n the past
.nto luppoi" inn
his National Economic Council, to
repudiate him and withdraw their
Support, it has been revealed by
the Anti-Def;mation League.
The swing-away from Hart and
the National Economic Council
began as a result of the account
of his anti-Semitic activities pub-
lished in "A Measure of Freedom"
by Arnold Forster, the ADL's
Sational survey of prejudice in
le United States. It has since
been acceleratetd by the revela-
tion of the Buchanan Committee's
Congressional lobbying investiga-
tion before which Hart was forced
fc< testify. Among the large organ-
isations which have repudiated
art are the Jos Schlitz Brewing
Co., the Gulf Oil Co., the Mohawk
Carpet Mills, Remington Rand
and Royal Typewriter Co.
1 In a scathing denunciation of
Bart, Erwin C Uihlein. president
f the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co.,
declared: "Neither Hart nor the
Council can expect to receive con-
fc-ibutions from us. We made an
pnocent mistake last year in
Jiving the Council $500. Frankly
Ve were misled by Hart's plea
hat this organization was just
fighting the menace of commun-
Bm. Certainly, we would never
lave backed either the Council
r Hart if we had known of its
nti-Semitic activities, because
racial and religious preudice is
abhorent to me personally and to
all those who are associated with
our company. We have, in the
past, given large sums to human
relations causes and to the fight
gainst totalitarianism. The com-
paratively small sum given to the
Rational Economic Council last
Iear is the only one and it is the
1st contribution we will ever
lake "
. In reply. Sidney Sayles, di-
fe< tor of the Milwaukee office of
B* ADL, declared. "The agencies
active in Milwaukee in the field
|f better human relations know
lull well the wonderful record of
We Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co. Your
iontributions totaling millions of
yoJJarg over the past year of
interfaith and other human causes
peak for your interest in better
, understanding."
The Schlitz Brewing Company '
has, for a number of years, been j
I the largest non-Jewish contrib- '
utor in the state of Wisconsin to I
the United Jewish Appeal. Last i
year its gift was $15,000 It is also I
the largest single non-Jewish !
, contributor to the Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital of Milwaukee and has. over
a period of years, contributed
more than over $50,000 to that
organization. It is also a major
contributor to the Milwaukee
; Jewish Community Center. Robert
I A. Uihlein, vice president of
j Schlitz, was recently invited to
I head the Christian Committee for
I the United Jewish Appeal of Wis-
' consin.
Frank H. Lee, Jr., of the Frank !
H. Lee Company, hat manufactur-
ers, of Danbury, Conn., in a letter I
to the ADL indicated that he has '
withdrawn support from Joseph
F Kamp who is now serving in
a federal jail in contempt of
Congress. In his letter, Lee de-
clared:
"I note that I have been named
in your book 'A Measure of Free-
dom,' as a supporter of Joseph P.
Browdy Elected ZOA Head; Autonomy
Urged For Zionist Units Outside Israel
'Continued from Page 1)
Kamp a Constitutional Education-
al League
"It is true that on past occasions
I have supported Joseph P. Kamp
in the belief that his sole activity
was in combatting communism.
Now that I have been informed
mo.re '""v of KamP's activities
and background, I will certainly
withraw my support. He stands
tor many things that I do not
stand foi. ."
Noted Surgeon Dies
NEW YORK (WNS)Dr AI-
lrt, A.\.Bei* noled ureon and
philanthropist, died here at the
age of 77.
Founder and former president
of the International College of
"SIT* Dr Ber- a P'oneer in
abdominal surgery, was one of
the outstanding men in his field
lor over five decades.
conducting its activities in the
field of immigration, chautzioth.
economic investment, and public
relations and education in the
Diaspora.
"Similarly the local territorial
units of the World Zionist Organ-
ization should be accorded ex-
clusive status in their commun-
ities with respect to activities
conducted in behalf of Israel,
which should be channelled
through local bodies or coordin-
ated by such bodies."
A wide program for the
strengthening of the Zionist
movement and a call for action
to the end of democratizing Jew-
ish communal life in American
life were the highlights of the
presidential address delivered by
Benjamin G. Browdy at the
opening session of the 53rd annual
convention of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America.
Striking a militant note, the
ZOA president told the conven-
tion that the Zionist Organization
of America has no intentions of
assuming a subordinate role in
the future, and he buttressed his
proposal for wider ZOA activities
with a suggestion that the organ-
ization's budget for the ensuing
year be raised to $2,000,000. an
$800,000 increase over last year
The Zionists of America, he told
the gathering, "are determined to
obtain their full share from the
Jewish public funds in the U.S "
warning that in the event no
such funds are forthcoming the I
Zionist Organization will organize I
a campaign of its own in order '
to raise the necessary sums from '
the American Jewish community. I
Declaring that the ZOA must!
take the lead in a full program :
of cultural and educational activi-
ties, both here and in Israel
which "will link both Jewries to*
their common heritage," Mr
Browdy presented four basic
recommendations in furtherance
of his program. These were- the
creation of a Commission on
Policy, to be named by the ZOA
president, with authority to clear
all questions of policy before they
come for final consideration by
the duly authorized bodies of the
Zionist organization; the estab-
lishment of a Zionist delegation.
I consisting of 50 outstanding busi-
nessmen from various parts of
I the countrv. that would go to
I Israel for the specific purpose of
studying the problem of private
I investment in the Jewish state;
the establishment of a national
Chalutziuth Commission to or-
ganize and supervise ZOA pio-
neering projects; the convocation
I of a conference, including groups
I within and without the Zionist
movement, for the purpose of
democratizing the Jewish com-
munity in this country.
Dealing with the Jewish com-
munity problem, Mr. Browdyl
asserted that "the issue of the!
: control of Jewish communal lifil
l :n America can no longer hj
postponed or sidetracked" He
charged that, in many communi-
ties, the Jewish federation and
welfare funds had "arrogated U
local institutions %t the expen*
of the pressing and tragic needj
of the Jewish homeland" The
ZOA president called for the es-
tablishment of "a system of
Jewish community life in this
country that will place decision!
of such grave and far-reaching
import to the life of the Jewish
1 people in the hands, not of 'tw,
J however well-meaning and bene-
volent individuals, but in the
mass, compromising the maj
I of our people and the donors to
Jewish funds."
No Problem Of Rising Anti-Semitism
In Germany, Commissioner McCloy Says
I l^ivrt inin.J ?*.-. Y~* _. V
(Continued from Page 1)
under way, placing particular
emphasis on the problem of get-
ting a qualified staff to carry out
the program. The dificulties, he
continued, "are gradually being
overcome" and the program will
be completed by the end of 1951.
He also estimated that all court
cases arising from the restitution
program will be settled by the
middle of 1952.
The Commissioner denied that
there is a general parole program
m effect for war criminals and
insisted that no such program is
contemplated. He added "It is
however, characteristic of any
Israel Debates
Korea Question
JERUSALEM. (JTA) The
Israel Parliament's debate on the
government's support of the
United Nations Security Council
resolution on Korea was opened
by statement by Foreign Minis-
ter Moshe Sharett. The galleries
were packed and the atmosphere
spoke*"8* a" thC Foreign Minister
, '7hL,W,orld trembl between
a doubtful peace and the threat
?l W,arL.he dec,ar* "Who began
he fighting ,n Korea put a match
to the powder keg."
civilized government that there
be in authority an executive to
exercise clemency in appropriate
cases. Such authorities are parti-
cularly necessary respecting war
crimes since there is no provision
for judicial reviews of these
cases."
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ft. JULY 7, 1950
+Jewish fhrldiar
PAGE FIVE
ietween You and Me''
By BORIS SMOLAR
[(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
\aN REFLECTIONS:
orean conflict brings again
forefront the question
r Soviet Russia seeks to
. another world war and
x Moscow is prepared for
war An answer to this
n is given by George ]
in his "The Deadly ',
.1" just published by Ran- i
louse The book was, of j
, written months before the ;
:t in Korea broke out. but I
ithrn foresees the possibility '
Kremlin going to war even
it is fully prepared to con- i
t ... He explains why the
government is determined
1 the Western world as its
and analyzes the Soviet |
.tions that arise out of con-
g every fourth person on
He believes that the
v. h Moscow can corn-
is well able, even today, to
inge the rest of mankind
'deadly parallel which Mr. j
er draws is between Stalin
Ivan the Terrible who, like
In. also ruled Moscow through
less purges and also sought
nsion Quoting historians,
Backer aims to prove that
l's actions in the 16th century
ititute the moral standards of
let reality today Among
ir developments he speaks of
rebirth of official anti-
jitism in the USSR which-is
lawed by the Soviet constitu-
... He points out that in the
; Moscow drive against "cos-
jlitanism" Soviet organs at-
;ed 49 Jews among the first
_r branded as cosmopolites .
make the fact known to the
E^fclic. the Soviet authorities pub-
Hed the original Jewish names
Jhese "cosmopolitans." as well
le Russianized forms they had
ited Mr. Backer records
iteresting fact that in the evil
of Czardom. anti-Semitism
je intelligentsia was disguised
kvhat was known as "cosmo-
pinism" ... He asks: how
anti-Semitism be reconciled
^^Marxism, and how can a
genuine socialist look upon cos-
mopolitanism as an uncompli-
Bfary attribute? The author
ays a profound knowledge of
ian history His book will
sad with great interest not
because of its timeliness, but
also because of the high level on
which it is written.
FACTS AND FIGURES:
Only one of ten Jews in New
York belongs to any Jewish reli-
gious organization Reform
rabbis estimate that only one
out of 100 Jews in New York
belongs to a Reform TempTe .
You may be interested to learn
that the National Federation of
Temple Brotherhoods has 222
men's clubs with a membership
of 45.000 throughout the United
States and Canada While the
National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs a Conservative
synagogue groupclaims a 22.000
membership in the 150 men's
clubs it maintains Those who
have been lamenting the plight
of Yiddish culture will be in-
terested in learning that Yiddish
still retains quite a vitality .
In the past vear over 300 books
were published in Yiddish in
numerous countries, including the
United States, Canada and Argen-
tina The majority of books
were volumes of poetry and fic-
tion in which resistance and hero-
ism of Jews in Europe form the
principal theme Few in this
country are aware of the exist-
ence of an Arab press here .
It consists of several daily news-
papers, as well as periodicals, all
of whichwith the exception of
twoare owned by Christians .
The largest daily newspaper is
Al-Hoda, published in New York
City Brooklyn has two Arab
daily newspapers Detroit has
three and Washington has one
. Altogether there are nine
Arab papers printed in Arabic in
this country Their circulation
amounts to tens of thousands.
ISRAEL TRENDS:
Israel leaders now coming to
the United States do not hesitate
to emphasize the fact that a
stronger American element is still
sought by the Jewish state .
They make it clear that, no qne
expects many Jews to move from
the United States to Israel .
But they say that 20,000 young
or middle-aged American Jews
could be of great help in the
present process of developing the
Jewish state They point out
that this total is only 1/300th of
American Jewry, while in Israel
it would constitute 1/5 of the
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vocal population They also
argue that in the U. S. the
temporary absence of several
thousand young American Jews
would not be felt, while in Israel
their presenc." and their ways of
life would have a tremendous, if
not decisive, influence In-
cidentally, some in Israel are
wondering why only five per cent
of American Hechalu'z farm-1
trained youth have come to the i
Jewish state This is taken as |
an indication that Zionism and
migration to Israel are not neces-
sarily correlated in U. S. Jewry
. Speaking about the migration
of young American Jews to Israel,
the chance of a bachelor's getting
married in Israel is rather slim
. There is at present a surplus
of some 30.000 men in the Jewish
state Contrary to other coun-
tries where there are more women
than men, Israel always has had
, a surplus of young men .
i Added to this is the fact that
among the new immigrants there
were at least 20.000 more men
than women Even among the
Youth Aliyah charges the boys
outnumber the girls.
JEWISH" NOSES:
The myth of the "Jewish nose"
is exploded in a book bv Dr.
Harold M. Holden. just published
under the title, "Noses" The
author establishes that what is
usually called a "Jewish nose" is
far less prevalent among Jews
than popularly supposed .
Furthermore, it is most prevalent
among Jews when it is prevalent
among the general population .
Th| "Jewish" nose, he points out,
is in fact not Jewish but Hittite,
an Iranian-plateau type ... He
reveals that an investigation of
.thousands of Jews in New York
] showed that only 12 to 14 percent
had a "Jewish" nose Between
57 and 59 percent had straight or
Grecian noses Between 13 and
22 percent had snub noses, and
between six and fourteen percent
had flat and broad noses The
range varies between males ana
females studied The question
is: If the Jews don't have "Jew-;
ish" noses, who does? For
one, the Bavarian Germans .
More than thirty percent of
Catholic Bavaria has such large
and hooked noses, particularly in
the Alpine valleys Conse-
quently it is the Bavarian Jews
who also show the highest pro-
portion of hooked noses in com-
parison with Jews of other
countries ... In Slavic countries
the snub nose is the most typical
form among the Jewish popula-
tion And Jews in North
Africa, like non-Jews there, are
more frequently wide-nosed than
elsewhere Yet some anthrop-
olgists, race theoreticians and
comic book publishers and artists
persist in depicting the Jews as a
people among whom the Hittite
nose prevails The curved nose
can, as a matter of fact, be found
among all peoples in the Medi-
terranean area There is a
Scotch strain with this pre-
dominance of nasal feature-. .
And the nbble redskin in some
tribes has a large number of the
same kind of nose form, Dr.
Holden points out .___________
Board to License
Hebrew Teachers
The Board of License of the
Bureau of Jewish Education has
begun the licensing of teachers
under the bureau's Code of
Practice, Louis Schwartzman, ex-
ecutive director of the bureau,
announced this week.
Six teachers have been recom-
mended for permanent license, six
for temporary license and three
requested to take examinations,
he revealed.
Examinations will be held twice
a year, beginning January, 1951.
Trie area to be covered in these
tests is now being distributed to
applying teachers and exam ques-
tions are now being prepared by
a sub-committee )f the Board of
License, consistit.g of Sydnev
Greenberg, David Freedman and
Schwartzman. wi.h Joel Cohen
slated to mark tne results.
The code cal'.s for permanent
licenses to be distributed to quali-
fied teachers who have been
engaged in teaching three or more
consecutive years in local Hebrew
schools and who are recommend-
ed by two recognized educators or
by the local Hebrew Teachers
Association. The first teachers
licenses to be issued in Greater
Miami will be presented in
September.
Dr. Max A. Lipkind is chairman
of the Board of License.
Obituaries
ISIDORE BRIEFF
52, ..f T:t4 Euclid Ave.. TJhswjl tfW'Y
suilflenly on July 3. He Is lunrlvm rr?
Ma wife Clara. Tin- remalna were aent
t., New York for service)) and inter-
ment by the Beach Memorial Cnaptd.
___^_
SARAH CORDOVA
42. .f li' N.W. S2nd C.....'-, Ra?g4
away Monday in local hospital. Hhe
Ik aurvlved by her husband. Ham i-l.
a Hon Morris, and two aaugnte .-.
Sophia and Betty. BervfceJ Hera cafti
due-ted al the Miami Riverside Cbapel
on Wednesday, with RabM Mnshay
Mann ofllclatln*. Interment took l-'ace
In Mt. Blnal 58.
MAX BARANCIK
.,i ]...;; I'o.k Bl HoUyw I I,
..., d awaj laat weak In a lop*!
il Mr Baranclk cameto-lnoTlmf
from Chicago and wa natite or
Berlin, Germany. H<- la aurvlved
i,k wlfi Clara, and a son, Heni .
, were held at the Klve
\l. mortal Chap 41 Beach. Inter-
men) followed In Mt. Blnal Cemetery!
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+Jewisti fUridian
PAGE SEVEN
Iftsah l.roiip |
I Swim Party |
1 Clroup of Hudassah
I a supper and swim ]
Personally Speaking
Lou
^Bons may be made by
pho^H[ the chairman of the
Mrs. Aaron Courshon at
^Eviim with her arc the
^Boseph Berman, Morris
K Anne White, Marry
Nathan Kaplan, Carl Suss-
kind, Samuel Feldman, Irving
. Frumkes, Leo Chaikin and Rudy
Baum.
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Alter, 554 S.W. 64th St., announce the
Poo j, birth of a daughter, Nadine Ruth, on Tuesday, June 27, at
b on Saturduy, July I Victoria Hospital. Mrs. Alter is the former Fritzie Cohen, daughter
|r., according to Mrs. j of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen, long time residents of Miami
ldman, president. Beach.
* *
Fred Brettholtz recently returned to New York after spending
a short vacation with his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz,
160 S.W. 17th Court. His wife and children will remain in Miami
for the summer.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., spent the July
4 weekend at the Berkeley Shore Hotel, Miami Beach.* Mrs.
Shapiro is president of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El. I
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Auerbach, 5888 S.W. 31st St., recently
celebrated their twenty-fiith wedding anniversary with a cocktail
party at their home.
* *
Mrs. Lillian Richheimer, 1135 S.W. 6th St., her mother and
sister, recently returned from a three-week vacation in New
York. While, there, the trio attended the graduation of Mrs.
Richheimer's brother-in-law from Long Island Medical College.
* *
Bill Glick left this week for New York, where he joins his
wife and sons. He will return about the end of the month.
FraiK^N 4oldb%rg
Receives Honors
Miss Frances Goldberg, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Courtney To Speak
To Beach Lodge
Alan Courtney, radio raconteur,
will be featured soeakt-r at ti)t.
Goldberg, 2354 Alton Road, Miami fW?1**""* '?WrluT'L*] u\ -
li.-a.-h, graduated ; Lodc of
with two honors
den AgrN To
Hold Boat Hide
The Golden Age Friendship
> of the Miami Beach YM-
WHA will sponsor a boat ride on
Sunday, July 16, from 1:30 to 4:30
p.m. aboard the Seminole Queen,
Dng to Mrs. Anna Goldberg,
president. The boat leaves from
Pier 6, City Yacht Basin.
Tickets are one dollar, including
tax. Entertainment and prizes are
planned.
Prof. Ilirs h Will
ead IMav.lulv Bl
John Van Druten's smasli pit,
"Voir
read b:
drama
at the
July 1
auspic
Tic
day's
Cordelia
* *
New arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C,
include Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wertheimer, Mr. and Mrs. David
Frome, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davidson, daughter, Betty, and son,
from the Ander-
son School.
Stautsburg on -
Hudson. N. Y.
She received
the award given
tor the outstand-
ing contribution
to the school and
student \body. as
well as the joun-
ralism key for
disting u i s h e d
work on student
publications.
In recognition of her unbroken
membership in Cum Laude during
the last year and in Alpha Beta
for two years. Miss Goldberg was
also awarded the pins of those
two groups.
She plans to enter Michigan
State College in the fall.
Miss Goldberg
on Wednesday, July 12, at i
p m. in the Miami Beach Jew
Center patio. His subject will be
"What the Korean War M.
to Us."
George Talianoff. chairman of
the program will serve as
moderator.
Godfrey Newman, president,
announces that the public is in-
vited to attend.
D^HiiSXofeeSr of Iames- Mrs- SY Mock' Mrs- Donald Kolin and^son, Murry, Mr.
and Mrs. Adrian Kramer and son, Bruce, and Jack Stone.
the University of Miami,
lano Hotel, Tuesday,
at 8:40 p.m. under the
^>f Freedom House,
are available at Double-
Lincoln Road, or at
Book Shop in Miami.
mic On Calendar
Brand I Workmen's Circle
will spoi
Ham i
Transp<-
group
from 9:
Pro.
in Israel
a picnic at Math-
on Sunday. July 9.
ion will leave the
urn. 1545 S.W. 3rd St..
0 10:30 a.m.
will go to the orphans
>piro Unveiling
Medication of a monument
fcemory of the late William
Shopiro, formerly of 1545
vania Ave., Miami Beach,
e place Sunday, July 9,
Km. in the Jewish Section
of Weadlawn Park Cemetery with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiat-
ing. Mr. Shopiro was a member
of the Masonic Order and the
Shriners. He is survived by his
mother and two brothers,
gements are in charge of
ir Miami Monument Co.
:ves and friends are re-
ed to be present.
cus Unveiling
dedication of a monument
memory of the late Lens
Us, formerly of 855 Alton
Miami Beach, will take
Sunday. July 9, at 4 p.m.
t. Sinai Cemetery.
8. Marcus was a member of
Bami Beach Branch oi the
Circle. She is survi'fed
er husband. Meyer. Rabbi
s Mescheloff will officiate.
nRements are in charge of
ei's Miami Monument Co.
itives and friends are asked
t.nd.
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+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Mannheimer announce the birth of
a son, Henry Marshall, this past week.
* + *
Bruce Martin Lyons of New York is visitinq in the home of
hi^ grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lyons, 2262 S.W. 16th Ave.
Mr. Lyons returned this week from a month's vacation in
New York.
+ *
Spending several months ;n Worcester, Mass., are Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Sheir of West Palm Beach.
* *
Joan Lee and Marilyn Kapner are spending the summer at
Blue Mountain Camp, Pennsylvania. They ar the daughters
ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kapner of West Palm Beach.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Richard E. Singer of West Palm Beach
have returned from visits in Cleveland, Asheville and Cincinnati,
where he attended the Central Conference of American Rabbis.
* *
Miss Joyce Rosengarten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten, 5860 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, has as her
houseguest Miss Marilyn Zauville of Toledo, Ohio. Both girls
recently graduated from Ohio State University, where they were
members of Sigma Delta Tau sorority.
* *
Sailing aboard the Queen Mary on Saturday will be Mr.
and Mrs. William D. Singer, 1822 S.W. 12th Ave., and their two
daughters, Dottie and Marlene. They will make an extensive
tour of Europe and Israel and will return aboard the Queen
Elizabeth. They are expected back in Miami about September 10.
*
Evelyn Bauer returned last week from a short vacation in
New York, where she attended the qraduation of her daughter,
Ruth Gladys Finkelstein, from Elizabeth Barrett Junior High
School. Ruth, who received several medals for out3tandina work
in French, as well as an award for general academic excellence,
will enter Taft Hiah School, where she will major in languaqes,
concentrating in Hebrew. A dinner and reception for relatives
and friends of the qraduate were given by her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Neugebauer.
* *
Abe Aronovitz left for a vacation in Hendersonville, N. C,
this week.
* *
Martin Chochem of Miami Beach is underqoing treatment at
the Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover, N. H.
Discussion Series Slated
A five-week series of round
table discussions on national and
community Jewish problems will
be heard each Sunday on Jacob
Schachter's Jewish hour heard
over station WTTT from 10 to
11:30 a.m. Panel members will be
local. civic leaders, Norman R.
Lyons, commentator and news-
caster will serve as moderator.
rtabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
TV Tour Scheduled
Members of Tropical Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, will witness a tele-
vision broadcast on a tour through
the studio WTVJ at 7 p.m., Wed-
nesday, July 12.
Arrangements for the tour have
been made by Lodge President
Sam Kessler..
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PAGE EIGHT
+ k 1st Ih filter
FRIDAY, JULY
\
Julia Chabnfer Wed To Solomon Singer
Ifi Candlelight Ceremony At Beth Kl
A double ring candlelight cere-
mony marked the marriage of
Miss Julia Chabner, daughter of
M:. and Mrs. Hyman Chabner.
1601 N.W. 18th St.. to Solomon
Singe:, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Singer. 1714 S.W. 18th St.
The service was held on Sun-
day. June 18. at 7 p.m., at Beth
El with Rabbi Murray Gn.uer
anc1 Cantor Samuel Kelemer of-
ficiating. Hy Fried was the
organist and Evelyn Greenfield
rendered vocal selections.
Given in marriage by her
parents, the bride wore a white
chiffon gown with portrait neck-
lint, lull skirt and matching
mitts. A fingertip veil of French
illusion way held in place by a
coronet oi orange blossoms
studded with rhinestones. She
carried a white bible topped with
stephanotis and white orchids.
The bride's only jewelry was a
strand of pearls, an heirloom of
her mother's.
Miss Bernice Chabner. sister of
the bride, served as maid of honor
in a gown of chartreuse faille.
She carried a colonial bouquet of
>;d gladiolas. Matron of honor.
Mrs. Miriam Abrams. sister of the
bridegroom, wore a gown of aqua
shantaung and carried a colonial
bououet oi tea roses.
Bridesmaids were Miss Bernice
Rothblatt. cousin of the bride, and
Misses Eileen Nathans and Bar-
bara Zissen. sorority sisters of the
bride. Myer Abrams was best man
for his brother-in-law. Ushers j .
were Ray Seftell. Gene Strul and degre ,n med,Cal baclerlol*y-
Alvir Rosen. for going away, the bride
Following the ceremony a re-'donned an aqua linen suit with
ception and dance were held in white accessories and white or-
I I

Mrs.
Man i- Broi
Solomon Singer
chid corsage. The couple spent
their honeymoon at the Martini-
the Dora August Memorial Hall.
The bride's mother greeted
guests in a beige cocktail length
dress and orchid corsage. The clue Hotel. Miami Beach. They are
bridegroom's mother chose a 'now residing at 1714 S.W. 18th St.
gown of flamingo tissue faille and j
wore a tea rose corsage.-----------------------------
The former Miss Chabner grad- i ,
uated from Miami Senior High '(-'III] (.Olleil S
School and attended the I'm- \>lti...,, L., | 'i jj
venity of Miami. IK'IIOUUM I Old
Mr, Singer is also a graduate
of Miami Senior High School and i
received his bachelor's degree,
from the University of Miami. He
now attends the University of i
Pennsylvania where he will com-
plete his studies for his master's
Arleife Edith Knohl
Selects September .'}
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Knohl.
511 29th St.. Miami Beach, have
announced the betrothal of their
daughter. Arlene Edith, to Wil-
liam Nathan, son of the Frank
Nathans. 427 45th St.. Miami
Baach.
Mr. Nathan was graduated from
Shadv Side Academv and attend-
ed Waynesburg College in Ponn-
.-ylvania. A veteran with four
years of service overseas. Mr.
Nathan is associated with the
Town Laundrv. -__ .-, .
The wedding will take place i "'"
September 3 at the Sans Souci Betrothal of Mitt Jean Cohen
_Ie_____________________t(> Michael s. Rosenberg, son of
----------------"^~"------------------------ Mrs F; i. d., Rosenberg. Babylon.
L. I. has been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Cohen. 418 Alcazar Ave Coral
Gables.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami High School, where
was a member of National Honor
Society. She was graduated magna
,cum ,Jaude from the University
Miami and received her
master's degree in international
afiair,- from the University of;
New Mexico. During the "war.
Mitt Cohen served as a Spanish'
translator for the Offic- of
Censorship and for the past year '
lias been an instructor in romance i
languages at West Virginia Uni-
versity.
~ Ml Rosenberg served in the'
The Misses Marian Psatchas, ; navy during the war and for the
Lucy Villarosa, Marjorie Hausam, i Dast tni"ee years has been a
Ida C e r o n e pulchritudinous I n'V',an emPloy* >n the War De-
2Sr~. r. _--=- SKjfv*5* "ass's
Europe. He is now an associate of
Southern Food Industries.
Pearl Gordon Wed
To David Matzkin
After a motor trip to Virginia.
New York and Cleveland, Mr.
and Mrs. David Matzkin are living
j in Miami Beach. They were
i married June 4 in the Miami
Beach Jewish Center with Rabbi
. Irving Lehrman officiating. .
The bride, the former Pearl
j Gordon, daughter of the Frank
I Gordons, 4740 Alton Road, was
'given in marriage by her father.
She wore a ballerina-length gown
I of imported white organdy, cloud
pink embroidery covering the
' deep hemline. Her shoulder-
length veil of French illusion was
secured by a chenille coronet. She
learned a heart-shaped white
I velvet fan showered with white
orchids and stephanotis tinted to
match the emoroidery of her
! gown.
Miss Sandra Gordon, junior
bridesmaid for her sister, wore
yellow Swiss organdy with pale
blue and pink dotted embroidery.
She carred sweetheart roses. Ed-
ward Fmgerman was best man.
At the reception and dinner
which followed the ceremony, the
bride's mother welcomed guests
in navy organza with petal pink
applique and orchid corsage. M.;;.
Edward Fingerman, the bride-
groom's sister, wore navy silk lace
over aqua and an orchid corsage.
The bride was graduated from
Thomas Jefferson High School,
San Antonio. Texas, and the Uni-
versity of Texas. The bridegroom
was graduated from DeWitt High
School. College of William and
Mary College. New York Uni-
versity. During the war. he served
n the medical corps.
Kurscliners Wed
In Newark Rites
On an extended wedding trip
to the Southwest and Mexico are
i Sam Kurschner and his bride, the
| former Miss Carol Garth, daugh-
ter of Mrs. George Garth. 215 N.
Coconut Lane, Miami Beach, and
Pen Argyl, Pa., and the late Mr.
Garth.
Mr. Kurschner is the son of the
Harry Kurschners. Newark. N J
where the wedding took place on
Sunday. June 11. A dinner party
was held at the Mayfair Farms in
West Orange following the cere-
mony. w
The newlyweds will reside in
Oklahoma City.
Baskin
Natalie (ioo(iman
Becomes Bride Of
Leonard Baskin
rH? marriae of MU,
Goodman to Leonard Baitf
solemnized by Rabbi Irvin, '
man ^ the Mart,n,que'g
Oecan Surf Hotel .\i
the son of Mrs Baurice^
4245 Sheridan Avo Mian,,'
ror the ceremony th
chose a gown of white oi
over satin fashioned wiui
and worn with mitts Her ill
veil fell from a coronet aa
carried a fan-shaped bouow
white orchids and stephanM
Mrs. Milton Behnnan 0 S
Island. N. Y., weanne H
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The
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served as best man fo: huh*.
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*Jen/siitkrktian
PAGE NINE
Kaplan,
Silver
m
[ngc Vows
plda Kaplan became the .
avid Silver at the Miami
lish Center on June 11.
zing Lehrman and Max ,
officiated and Cantor
lldring sang,
pde is the daughter of
Irs. Morris Kaplan, 2218
oad. Miami Beach. The
Bm's parents are Mr. and
rgc Silver, 145 S.W. 25th
I in m a r r i a g e by her
Bie bride wore a bouf-
n of white nylon tulle
Imported Cliantilly lace
Bed bodice, high neck-
^^H Small collar, full skirt
chapel train. She wore
ting guantlets and her
Hreil was held by a cap
8 and illusion. She carried a
le showered with white orchids
stephanotis. The bible belongs
her aunt, Mrs Samuel Fried-
d.
Mra. Gladys Kaplan, matron of
or, was attired in dawn blue
lace, matching, acces-
Hnd carried American
beauty r<
Bnaids were Miss Vivian
an, Miss Ann Schwartz,
^fcrcia Sable, and junior'
Huds were Miss Delores
Kan. Miss Barbara Kaplan,
Hts Margie Friedland. All
jbwnc (1 like the honor at-
| and carried sweetheart
roaes.
HV Silver, Pensacola, was
p for his brother. Seating
were Edward Kaplan,
Kaplan, Abe Silver, Robert
and Elmer Oliphant. Re-
and dinner followed the
ly at the center.
pride's mother chose a gray
rtth matching accessories.
legroom's mother also
ly. Both wore orchids. The
maternal grandmother,
. Friendland, wore navy
hantilly lace, orchid
, Mrs. Louis Lubin kept
e's book.
Bring a wedding trip, the
Will reside in,Gainesville.
H away, the bride wore a
Bbd suit, matching acces-
Hjrchid corsage.
Hjrrner Miss Kaplan was
graduated from Miami Beach
School and Florida State
yersity. The bridegroom was
ted from the University of
Hand will take post grad-
HVk in pharmacy.
Leonard Glassers To
Live In Miami Beach
Following a wedding trip to
Havana, Leonard Glasser and his
bride of June 4 are making their
home in Miami Beach. The cere-
mony took place in Rabbi Ir:ing
Lehrman's study.
The bride, the former Miss
Minerva Terry, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Terry of New
York, wore a street-length or-
gandy frock witch matching
headdress and bouquet of purple
orchids.
Wearing an organdy frock of
beige with a corsage of green
orchids, Mrs. Louis' Gidney
served as matron of honor for her
tister.
Robert Glasser, the bridegroom's
brother, was best man.
The former Miss Terry attended
both Long Island and New York
Universities, where she majored
in chemistry and English. While
attending school, she also served-
as a model.
The bridegroom is a graduate
of the College of Architecture of
the University of Florida. During
the war he served in France and
Germany.
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Gloria June Mantell Gloria H. Cohen
Beach Girls Betrothed To Norton And Ronald Pallot
Accepting double congratula-
tions upon the approaching
marriages of their sons, Norton
and Ronald, are Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Pallot, 5070 Alton Road,
Miami Beach.
Planning a September wedding
are Norton and his bride-elect,
Gloria June Mantell, daughter of
John Mantell, 4630 North Michi-
gan Ave., Miami Beach, and the
late Mrs. Mantell.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High School, Miss Mantell recent-
ly received her degree from the
University of Miami. While at the
university, she was selected
Hurricane Honey. She has done
intern teaching at Nautilus and
Merrick Demonstration schools.
Her finance graduated from
Georgia Military Academy, at-
tended the University of Florida
and graduated from the Univers-
ity of Miami. He was founder and
first president of the University
of Miami Chapter of Pi Lambda
Phi fraternity. During the war.
he served overseas with the army.
A Mason and a Shriner, Norton
is associated with his father in
the operation of Norton Tire Co.
December rites are scheduled
for Gloria H. Cohen, whose be-
trothal to Ronald has been an-
nounced by her mother, Mrs. Rose
Riesner, 31 West Rivo Alto Drive,
Miami Beach.
Miss Cohen, daughter of Samuel
S. Cohen of Newcastle, Pa., is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
Beach C. Of C. Unit
Chooses Directors
Sixteen directors were elected
at the first general meeting of the
reactiviated retail merchants' di-
visio nof the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce last week.
Seventy-three persons attended.
The directors are Freeland B.
Cresap. Maurice Unger, Lewis
Safft, Joseph Linn, Kenneth Paul,
i W. BonneU, Max Rosenbaum,
I Fred Astor, Leo Adeeb, Bur-
|ton Kahn, Carl Weinkle, Archie
i Brick, Al Goldman, Irving Kap-
I Ian, Henry Cove and Irwin Roth-
' man.
School and the University of
Miami. She is past president of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, an
editor of the university yearbook,
the Ibis, a member of "Who's
Who in American Colleges and
Universities" and a member of!
Lead and Ink, journalism
honorary.
Also an alumnus of Miami
Beach High School. Ronald at-
tended the University of Florida
and will' receive his degree from
the University of Miami in Sep-
tember. He' is past president, of
Pi Lambda Pin ;aternitV and a
former .member of Interfraiernity
Council.
SUNDAY, JULY 9
10:45 a. m.
WIOD 610 on your dial
In Cooperation with the UJA
The Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
Presents .
M^lvina Weiss, Seymour Liehinan Exchange
Vows; Rings In Candlelight Ceremony
Miss Malvina Weiss and Seymour Lieb'man exchanged vows in
candlelight ceremony on Sunday, June 25,
TvGtPrr "BROS R>7
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a
bride's brother and sister-in-law,
bakeview Drive, Miami
Beach. Rabbis Jacob
Honig and Moses Mes-
cheloff read the double-
ring service.
For her wedding the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Weiss of Normandy
Isle, Miami Beach, wore a
street length white crepe
gown sprinkled with
bule beads. The neckline
and peplum were edged
with heavier beading.
Her shoulder-length veil
fell from a calot trimmed
with beads. She carried a
bible topped with whitt
orchids.
Mrs. Jacob Honig, the
bridegroom's sister,
served as matron o.'
honor in a copper chiffoi.
gown with Nile green ac-
cessories and gardenia
corsage. The b r i d e
nieces, Kay and Alexi
Weiss, were flower girls
Milton Weiss was best
man.
The bride's mother
greeted guests in a gown
of beige crepe and lace.
The bridegroom's mother
wore blush pink crepe.
Both wore orchid cor-
sages.
Following the wedding,
an informal reception
and dinner was held. The
couple then embarked on
a Caribbean cruise.
Mr. Liebman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Liebman, 1004 Meridian
Ave.. Miami Beach, and
June
Mr. and
at the home of the
Mrs. Milton Weiss, 4800
Rabbi, Mrs. Rackovsjcy
Attend Son's Graduation:
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Rackov- i
sky returned this week from New I
York, where they attended the I
graduation of their son, Boris A., j
from Yeshiva University.
Boris, who is the second Flori-
dian to receive his B. A. from
the college, was awarded a num-
ber of medals for his participation
and leadership in the school's
activities. He served as editor of
the Masmid, the university jour-
nal. Like his brother, Judah, who
also received his B. A at the
university, Boris will continue his
studies until he receives his reg-
ular rabbinical degree.
While in New York, Rabbi
Rackovsky conferred with Jewish
leaders, among them Rabbi Israel
Rosenberg, a member of the
Praesidium of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of America and |
Canada and president of Esras
Torah; Dr. Samuel Belkin. presi-
dent of Yeshiva University;!
Samuel Belkin, president of I
Yeshiva University; Samuel Saar,
dean of Yeshiva University; Rabbi |
S. Berliant, president of the
Rabbinical Council of America;
and others.
DDIE CANTOR
in a
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Sharing Facilities, Staff Trims Expenses
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-tire communiv. I by the CBtin '
Let us then I these a: throughout
. lin purp ;
' i-
.. memo-
I to acquaint 1
tually day-
to re- by-da
present the '. "it does with
recreal then daily .
civic organizations, and
: : ring the
fer to
ward that end the staff has been
trained.
There is much more that can
be said of the purposes of such an
community organization as this; the philoso-
Despite the fact that the as-1 phies ol wonting together, co-
hope by the creation of this
association to brmg forth a well-
balanced, integrated, fully-serv-
''-""] a unit with
?' Agencies which is the overall
this series appeared last week p|dnmng body o lhe general
and it ; how the .-.-
agency got started. Today we
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want to tell you what the pur- soc,at10n has been functioning ordinating efforts, planning joint-
!'. 5 ne.^ugtnC>' ar.e: onl>- lwo OHU* some of ou. ly. etc Suffice it to say that we
tan" IS expressed purposes have been im- ^"~
*>02- L .. plemented. There are several
To better understand the func- suburban areas whlch are meet-
tions and mechanics of any jng wlth committees of the agency iced, healthv community,
organ,/ is most important for advice m bulldlng, pianning In subsequent articles, we want
that we first analyze the purp ^
for which ti. nization
erf the need
pro: ng and v
ci we hope I mplish?
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n ,nd m.n-power. ..mote democracy, and this has know you are interested how th.
It's dancing for the Golden Agers .
in the particular area in which
you live would like to sit down
with us and discuss how vour
section of the community -afl
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tY 7, 1950
immwmtwuin^.^^y
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
(ejection of the UN
nciliation Commis-
direct peace negoti-
Israel was not an
k'velopment. N o
e issue at the recent
conference could
ct that the rest of
s were seeking to
with King Ab-
?atened expulsion
An the league in the
Itparate peace was ef-
pkracl. It is now clear
H>h has yielded to
issue. But what
("turn? It is this
jn that the league
on to Abdullah's
it- Arab sector of
deal has all the
a London-made
^H i that
he get in
ner's predict
1 give sanct
- "Kation of
ertine. Th>
vks of
ct.
fCBsbond* Beir,
'''While doiiu; research for his
vi'Stication of the
lale crafcal. The Criminality
Women,X>Uo Pollack discov-
pfc-ovocative fact that
in danger from a
ftrdi'iess are her near-
Hest, with the husband
list. The Criminality
Jras recently published
Ikrsity of Pennsylvania
mraeli Press
iDavid Ben Gurion
^Hressed a small, inti-
pring in Tel Aviv. The
e glowingly of Israel,
accomplishments. He
ith praise for every-
arly the young whom
ith language border-
,rtistic. When he was
harming woman rose
the Minister. She
everything he said
put the youth. There
raising as she spoke.
lady explained. She
to give the Ben
e PftAft for every-
e couldn't see what
Hnister had to boast
Bth The Israel youth,
H in laughter, is after
H of private initiative.
ijoss is Baltimore's gain.
A Few Notes em Brooklyn
"To the nation's baseball fans
Brooklyn is the home of the
inimitable Dodgers. To lovers of
poetry it is famed as the birth-
place of Walt Whitman. To us,
however, it is the center of the
largest and most concentrated
Jewish community in the world.
Every other inhabitant of that
borough is a Jew. There are more
Jews in that borough than in all
of Israel. The Irish play a second
role. But one of their own, |
O'Dwyer, is now mayor of New i
York City. Tlje former policeman |
may be Irish but you wouldn't |
guess it from the way he speaks I
Yiddish. Incidentally during the I
Irish struggle for independencej
Brooklyn with its Jewish popula-
tion stood out in contributions to
the cause of freedom. When Is-
rael rose there was rejoicing
among Brooklyn's Irishmen. In
both instances Britain was the
target. Brooklyn also has the
largest Orthodox Jewish popula-
tion. It is a bulwark of orthodoxy.
It has five Jewish hospitals,
catering to non-Jews as well,
which are considered among the
best in the country. It has over
six hundred Jewish organizations
and more than two hundred con-
gregations. It was in Brooklyn
that the idea of associated Jewish
charities was first conceived. In
the end the Great Metropolis
followed Brooklyn and founded
the Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropic Charities. According to
legend the first Jew to settle in
Brooklyn was a Dutchman from
Braeklen. Brooklyn Jewry is pre-
paring to celebrate that event in
1955, the 300th anniversary of the
settlement of the first Jew. If you
are interested in more details
about that colorful borough read
Brooklyn Is America, by Foster
Weld, published by the Columbia
University Press. The volume is
a work of love and understanding.

n
it

lok by Lionel Gelber,
In War. has just been
liy Macmillan. Mr.
fcrly political adviser
bh Agency for Pales-
a special chapter to
\t> of Israel. The book
le international situa-
tri 11 be of interest to
lent of the complex
fith which our world
ed In time for the
lvention, the ZOA has
book of essays and
I by its late president
Hsch. The impressive
itled On The Road to
[edited by Trude Weiss-
. Incidentally New
lew School for Social
is doing for the great
joks what the Chicago
has done for the
classics. For the fall
New School announces
on The Great Jewish
irith Dr. Trude Weiss-
as instructor.
k
[Levy is the second of the
| publicity men to leave
pial field for community
_ is to assume his new
|is week as publicity di-
the Associated Jewish
and Jewish Welfare
Baltimore. New York's
See op Phone We
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faeobson Opens
Carolina Resort
Joseph Jacobson, veteran Miami
Beach hotel man who has oper-
ated the Beach View Apartment
Hotel here for a number of years,
announces the opening of Edge-
water Manor in Hendersonville,
N. C.
Under Jacobson's management
for the second year, the resort
ia situated on Lake Osceola.
Located in the midst of a grove
of pines, the manor includes hotel
rooms and housekeeping cottages.
Only 15 minutes from town, the
resort features swimming, boating
and horseback riding. It is a short
distance from an 18-holf golf
course. There are also barbecue
pits.
Jacobson states that he pro-
vides the utilities free of charge
and shares vegetables which he
grows on the grounds with
guests.
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
"WE SPREAD"
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LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
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ALL WORK GUARANTEED
le GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Ksshruth Association, Participating
ncy of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warns the public.
"TO j ;,:,
r;" i d 2
PhaJ only stores wtor* <*>- sign of the QMVU n
Vaad;
Isplayed urt nd Md by the
Th:it only chlclceni with the ring; of the c.MVll
lore endorsed by the Vnnd :im koHher;
|'l tint ..,:> FRESHLY KILLED chickens with the ring of the HMVII
may l>.> purchased In ths live pauUfj market;
[That COLD ohlckeruj In tin- live poultry market cannot he eiiriormd
[by the Vaad because, tlu-v nsi M <>\>r Zinan;
iNni ;,.d |, .^rattmentx nuch aH "traditional meals served"
I under the Impression that they are kosher.
other information about Kashmth call our Director, Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky, S18 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3695.
JRRV SIRKIN, Pres. H. 800TIN, Sec.
|M. BEAR, Vies Pres. a. LOBEL, Tress.
Zukernick Heads
Milk ttroup
Elimination of the Florida Milk
Commission was adopted as the
objective of the Consumers Milk
Committee, formed last Thursday
night by representatives of more
than 30 Dade County organiza-
tions.
Harry Zukernick, milk commit-
tee chairman of the Civic League
of Miami Beach and longtime
leader in the heretofore unorgan-
ized campaign to cut milk prices,
was named chairman.
Mrs. Charles T. Lundstrom was
elected co-chaiman; John J. Lun-
in, business agent of the AFL
Teamsters Union, secretary; and
Mrs. A. B. Woodson, treasurer.
Attorneys Joseph Fitzgerald,
Mrs. Lucille Von Arx, David A.
Frank, Howard Dixon, Stanley
Caiden and James G. Pace were
appointed to the legal sub-com-
mittee, with Zukernick as ex-
officio chairman. .
Israeli leroup
To Hold Party
The Israeli Group of Hadassah
will sponsor a dessert card party
on Wednesday, July 19, at 12 noon
at Wolfie's Vanderbilt Restaurant,
according to an announcement
from Mrs. Irving Westin, presi-
dent.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
A. A. Lesser. Assisting her are
the Mesdames H. Dashew. L. Edell,
Ed Felton, Alexander Kogan, A.
Berger and D. Joseph.
Original Owner Takes
Over Blackstone Hotel
The Blackstone Hotel, Miami
Beach, is now under the personal
direction of its original owner and
builder, Alfred Stone, and ela-
borate plans are being made to
ready it for the 19501-51 season.
The hotel will be completely re-
decorated and refurbished at the
cost of $150,000.
The gardens around the pool
are being landscaped and en-
larged and the Blackstone Cabana
Club entirely modernized to pre-
pare for the schedule of events
planned.
Ray Redman, veteran Miami
Beach publicist, resumes the
public relations post after five
years absence.
PAGE'ELEYEN
450 Students, Leaders Attend Human
Relations Workshop At Negro College
More than 450 Bethune-Cook-
man College summer session
students and community leaders
participated in the Teachers
Workshop in Human Relations
held on June 28, 29 and 30 at the
college in Daytona Beach.
Sponsored by the Florida re-
gional office of the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith, in
cooperation with the general ex-
tension division. University of
Florida, the workshop's primary
purpose was discussion and
demonstration of program ma-
terials, projects, and techniques
in intergroup education available
to teachers and school personnel
for teaching good human relations I
in the classroom.
Attended by both Whites and \
Negroes, the workshop was re-
portedly the first of its type |
presented in Daytona Beach.
Teachers from 37 Florida com-
munities attended the sessions as
regular classes were suspended to
enable them to participate.
Speakers and discussion leaders
included Charles C. Bushong. as-
sistant professor, general exten-
sion division. University of
Florida; Gilbert J. Balkin, di-
rector, Florida regional office,
Anti-Defamation League; and
Donald Sprague, associate pro-
fessor, derpartment of human
relations. University of Miami. A
number of faculty members and
students at the college also
participated in the sessions.
Al Rosen In Lead
With 25th Homer
Al (Flip) Rosen, Miamian play-
ing with the Cleveland Indians,
grabbed the lead in the big league
home run derby Sunday when he
hit his 25th homer.
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FRIDAY.
IULY
Sponsor Ring
Production
The- Cortd Qabaaa Chapter of
P n;ii B'rith Women will sponsor
the production of "Yes, My Darl-
ing Daughter" to be presented at
the Ring Theatre on July 18 and
on July 25.
Tickets in priced at Si.20'and
all proceed! will go into the
philanthropic fund. In charge of
tii kel n Mi > s Sues,
teleph ne 4- I, and Mrs. IK
48-1768.
Leon Mc-r.del. Larry Alboum ar.d Earl Brigman. are shown with Miami Jewish Community
Center physical education director. Abe Rochstei-i. left, and center athletic committee co-chairmen.
Frank C. Rose anc. Abe Cutler. The tnree boys, winners of the three-man honor basketball mtra-
murals at the center, received major awards at the Center Teen-Age Sports Award Night recently.
These awards are presented for most sportsmanlike play in the three-man honor system basketball
league, in which the players are asked to raise their hands when a foul has been committed by a
team mate, end ? continuous percentage count is made by the supervising recorder of fouls ad-
mitted against fouls committed.
i 'on 3*1 I 'hairmon
Assi^nril Duties
MI yal
tron of r i Court 12.
Order cf Amaranth, has chi
her con tnitl en for the
Lee r II head
; r i-
gram; Mrs. Sj N vrnan birth-
days; Mi I. n.s. well
and Mrs. Lilll u Ootti '.an.
hments.
/ Mrs. Evelyn H.>renbein will
be in charge of d< na; Mrs
Gertrude Zei ler, flower girls; |
Mrs. Shirley Gross, ways and
means, and Mrs. Lillian Kaplan.;
choir.
Mrs. America El
To Begin Here .
Fust elimina:. ,n (or
America beaut.. .
twelfth year. ; ^
at the Saxony Hotel t-
August 1. acord.n? to R*
man. Florida state daJ
Mrs. America. Inc.
Mrs. America
judged on the dual ba ,
and nomemaking abaSl
married wor*>:,n
professional d.
models, divert-.-. ;,nfj ai
ners of previi
contests who vii 1 ,\swl
If J.. for the _M A^S3
A number of el miaafl-.
be held in this and thi
ner of the final i ,ntest
reive a trip to N
Asubry Park. N J 2
expenses paid i the i
America finals on
tember 10 VY.i..- ,f the
Park meet will .. Wi.
addition to th
Mrs America ol
of dollars worth of pr;
herself and home.
All Florida entries a
quested to con:.,. | the f
America Headquarters. 193i|
Miami Beach.
liso
II ialVali-Sfi rings
I nil To Sponsor
Moonlight1 Sail
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center will hold a
moonlight sail on Sunday. July
16, at 8 p m. aboard the Show-
boat The boat will leave Pier 7
of the City Yacht Basin.
The three-hour boat ride will i
feature music, refreshments and '
entertainment.
Proceeds will go toward the
building fund. Tickets and res. : v-
ations may be obtained by calling ;
Ted Robins n. entertainment
ehanman. at 88-4191. or at the
regular business meet in a. on I
Wednesday. Julv 12. at 8:30 p.m. i
at the Hialeah City Hall
Mt. Sinai Women To
Continue Services
Throughout Summer
Summer activities of the Wom-
en's Auxiliary of Mount Siani
Hospital will l- supervised l>\
two of the group's vice presidents
during the vacation
Monte Selig, president The
month of July will :..-.- Mrs
lUiold Sp;
and
the month of Aug
All volunti i will con-
wue at the hospital throughout
tSe summer and
i#g< ntly ni eded I e| i those
vacationing. Those interested in
wiping may call th.' auxil
*- vhere Mrs Hai i y Rubin,
velunteer coordinator, hai pro-
vided a staff of interviewers and
consultants.
Miss Segal Graduates
Miss Evelyn F. Segal. 818 Jeffer-
son Ave.. Miami Beach, was
recently graduated from the Uni-
versity of 'Chicago. One of 12
Flondians who received degrees.
Miss Segal was presented with
her B. A.
AMERICAN BORN RABBI. 34
10 years practical experience
j luatc Yeshiva University
fELAj; Columbia University
Rier'l Institute-
Diploma i- Religious Bduca-
ioM-: Accr< dited Psychologisl
& Educator.
V. I5d f Rabbis &
Rabbinical Council of Ami
Leaving present position Aug.
Bl. Seeks pulpit m or ai
Miami and vicinityHighest
refei ences
Write or Wire
Habbi Abraham M. Cassel
United Synagogue
83D Hudson St.. Hoboken. N. J.
Arnold Forster
>l*'ts Critics
Arnold Foister .the Anti-De-
famation League's National Civil
Rights director and author of "A
Measure of Freedom." met Sena-
tor Hubert Humphrey of Minne-
sota, and Eleazer Lipsky. author
and attorney, or. WQAM's weekly
ABC broadcast. "Author Meets
the Critic." Thursdav. Julv 6, at
10 p.m.
"A Measure of Freedom" has
turned out to be the 100,000 to
one shot in the book business. A
sober, factual, organizational re-
port that suddenly catches mass
appeal and jumps to the best
teller list, it has taken the public
by surprise and has already sold
out three, printings, been con-
9 by Look Magazine i I
torialized by scores of news.:
ighout the country, and will
shortly be syndicated by install-
ments to major newspapers
Royalties go to the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith to
i> Hnan Ms i ducationa] pro-
. for betti: gi iup relations.
Workshop To Present 'My
Own. My Native City'
Radio Workshop for Democracy,
a weekly radio series designed to
build bett.r understanding be-
tween all gfoUpS, i i ents "Mv
Own, My Native City" on Satur-
day, July 8. at 7:45 p.m. over
rs in this live radio ;
sentfltii n are Robert Baron. M. J.
Buhner. Gertrude Marx. N
(.win. Bill Potkhj and Bernard
[. Steve Ressler is musical
tor,
The production is under the
direction of Mrs. Gertrude Marx
with Bernard Hutner of the Anti-
ati in League's Florida re-
office, serving as technical
adviser.
"Arrow in The Air" To
Be Aired Saturday
The student council's intergroup
relations committee of the Uni-
versity of Miami presents "Arrow
In the Air," as its fourteenth
program in the weekly radio
series "Lest We Forget," on Sat-
urday. Julv b. at 10 a.m. over j
station WTTT
Following the dramatization, j
Dr Charles Philhour. professor of j
drama. University of Miami, will
act as moderator in a fifteen
minute live panel discussion.!
Participants will be Bernard I
Marko, Ed Clausman and Dolores.
Tharpe. university students.
Irwin Block of Hillel House '
serves as the intergroup relations
committee coordinator with Ber- i
nard Hutner of the Anti-Defama-
tion League as technical adviser.
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+Jewlsti Ikrkfian
PAGE THIRTEEN
n District Of Workmen's Circle
Meet Here Labor Day Weekend
ern District of the
Circle will hold its tional office and English speaking
section, as well as from the Jew-
ish Labor Committee. The head-
quarters for the conference will
be the group's Lyceum at 25
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Hosts for the conference will
be Workmen'* Circle Branch 692
of Miami Beach and its Women's
conference and mark
anniversary of the
Labor Day weekend
Beach, according to
etary Joseph Duntov,
urned from the ten-
1 convention in New
te he was district
ve.
Vention opened in
uare Garden in the
I 20,000 persons with
He massed outside
pud-speakers, Duntov
Jecretary of Labor
B>in who represented
Truman delivered a
^Congratulatory speech
William O'Dwyer
^scroll of welcome to
delegates Mrs. Eleanor
ivelt received conclave dele-
VHvde Park Library
Bed them to the na-
irine, where a wreath was
the grave of the late
resident Roosevelt. Federal Se-
lrity Administrator Oscar Ewing
issed the problems of the
Circle and William
fcident of the AF of L,
s history.
Bave in Miami Beach
^M to attract several
legates from the six
Bates. There will also
ntatives from the na-
Club with Branch 699 of Miami
and its Women's Club and the
English speaking branch 1050
participating.
Children At
Gables Camp
Mt. Sinai To Open
Clinic Monday
Mt. Sinai Hospital will open its
new out-patient clinic 6n Mon-
day, President Max Orovitz an-
nounced this week.
All medical and surgical serv-
ices available at the hospital will
be provided for persons unable
to pay for services of a private
physician.
Orovitz said heads of each hos-
pital department will direct the
similar department of the clinic,
and the entire staff will assist.
The medical clinic will be open
Monday from lo io n, uu o-
stetrical and gynecological clinic
Tuesday from 9 to 12 11 and the
surgical clinic Wednesday from
10 to 11.
"Arrangements have been made
for the reception, diagnosis and
of all patient s,"
Sixty children ranging in age
from six to 12 are enrolled at
Camp Coral, newly organized j treatment
summer day camp serving the I Orovitz revealed.
Coral Gables and Southwest area "in addition to serving am-
according to Dr. Donald Michel- bulatory patients, the out-patient
so director | department will also follow up
Handicrafts music, dramatics, m discharged hospital cases, as-
' [Center Will
ebrew School
fclite Center will open
rew school in Septem-
revealed at a semi-
oard meeting of the
[week. Irving Sperling
High Holiday services
unced by Sam Eisner
^Kn, who disclosed that
the services will be on
[Wednesday night at the
korts were given by
111
swimming and competitive ath-
letics are included in the pro-
gram, which is under the direc-
tion of Morris (Chuck) Klein,
head counselor.
Reservations are now being ac-
cepted for the second session
which will get underway Monday.
July 24, Dr. Michelson said.
Parents interested in the camp
may contact staff members by
phoning 48-2431, or writing to
Camp Coral, 3306 Ponce De Leon
Young Zionists
Plan Picnic
Miami Beach Young Zionist
District will sponsor a picnic
Sunday, July 9. at the home of
David Adler, 853 Sunset Drive,
South Miami. Motorcades will
leave the Miami Beach Jewish
Center and Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center at 11 a.m.
Swimming and games will be
on the agenda and lunches will
be prepared by the girls.
Chairman of the affair is
Suzanne Kochen. Her aides in-
suring the maintenance of a
vitally important continuity of
interest and care."
Another function of the depart-
ment is protection of community
health.
Samuel Gertner, executive di-
rector of Mt. Sinai, said additional
clinics, including hygiene, dental,
physical therapy and rehabilita-
tion will be opened later.
State Welfare Grants
Total $274,090 In Dade
Public welfare grants totalled
$274,080.07 in June in Dade
County, but many of those re-
ceiving old age and blind assist-
ance will receive less in July,
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman
of the District 9 Welfare Board,
said last week.
Because state taxes have not
been pouring into the state treas-
ury in sufficient amounts to meet
full appropriations made by the
legislature, only 90 percent of
appropriated funds is being re-
leased by the State Budget
Commission for the first three
months of the new fiscal year
beginning July 1.
The State Welfare Board has
for most of the current fiscal
year met full grants of those in
need up to the maximum allowed
by law and rules and regulations.
Mrs. Myers pointed out. The
number of persons seeking and
being granted assistance is con-
stantly rising, so that on the basis
of 90 percent of appropriations,
all the needs of those receiving
assistance cannot be met.
Reductions were made in grants \
for needy dependent children in i
May, and that same percentage, |
of 66 percent ol the "budgetary
deficit," is to be continued. In
April.
To Hold Outdoor Services
Until its new chapel is built,
Temple Isaiah will conduct its
Friday evening religious services
in the patio of the Miami Beach Y.
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, spiritual
leader, observed: "I believe ours
is the first Jewish ocngregation
in this area to conduct religious
services outdoors. We are re-
minded of our ancestors, who
after being freed from slavery in
Egypt, were in the desert without
a permanent temple. They prayed
in the open with only the heav\ns
as a roof. So until we have our
own chapel built, which we hope
will be soon, we shall also wor-
ship under the stars."
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Beach Residents Win
Name-A-Cottage Contest
Two residents of Miami Beach
were among the winners in the
Name-A-Cottage contest conduct-
ed by Andron's Loon Lake Hotel,
Franklin County, N. Y., it was
announced by David S. Andron,
managing director of the 3,500-
acre resort.
The winners, who will receive
a free one-week vacation at the
hotel, are Bessie Lesser, 510 West
31st St. and Morris Silverberg,
420 Lincoln Road.
Mrs. Lesser suggested Four
Winds as the name for one of
i the 46 cottages at the Adiron-
Lennie Schwartz, Marty Oppen-! dacks resort. Silverberg's entry
Sandier N-.t Shenk ouianne ^ocnen. ner aiaes in-
Kris Goldlnbers """ ?>Ui* j*b Cowen Jerry Miller.
heim. Bunny Jacobs and Stanley
Grief.
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ball wid *y tWUf kw
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pvitiag thta I* Hilcrll
w.ddinfl laritattea.
' tasty ikt ctitMMMhi
lath's lilt .ngiYini.
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oil rafciUatUl Mriaf.
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12 U.S. Athletes
Will Compete In
World Maceabiah
was Celebrity House.
51 Association
Women Install
Mrs. Charlotte Plissner was in-
stalled as president of the 52 As-
NEW YORK. (JTA) Twelve sociation Auxiliary of Greater
outstanding athletes, headed by | Miami at a dinner recently in the
Henry Wittenberg of New York. I Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach-
Olympic 191-p6und wrestling Seated as vice presidents of
champion, and Frank Spellman
of York, Pa.. Olympic middle-
weight weieht-lifting titleholder.
were named this week to compete
in the Third World Maccabiah in
Israel, September 27 to October 9.
The announcement mas made
bv Charles L. Ornstein and Col.
Harrv D. Henshel, co-chairmen of
the United States Committee for
Participation in the Third World
Maccabiah. The National Jewish
Welfare Board, which represents
the American Jewish community
in the Amateur Athletic Union of
the United. States and in the
United States Olvmpic Commit-
tee, will officially certify the
athletes selected.
The entire American squad,
consisting of approximately 60
athletes, will leave for Israel in
September so as to arrive in time
for the games which are being
held in conjunction with the
Succoth. The invitation to the
United States was extended by
the World Maccabiah Union
through the JWB.
Rabbi Mann To Speak
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will
speak on "Wealth and Happiness"
organization, formed to provide
entertainment for inmates of vet-
eranf' hospitals, were Mrs. Ber-
nice- Burke, Mr. Helen Steinberg,
Mrs. Ida Wildman and Mrs. Shir-
ley Gardner. Mrs. Emily Goldberg
is recording secretary, Mrs.
Pauline Gershon, financial sec-
retary, and Mrs. Sally Firestone,
treasurer.
Forming Polo Team
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith is
organizing a polo team, according
to Sanford Swerdlin, local at-
torney. This will be the only
all-Jewish polo team in the coun-
try, he said.
Nazi Judge In Argentina
MONTEVIDEO, (JTA) Dr.
Julian Simon, the Nazi judge who
sentenced the Palestinian war
heroine, Hannah Szenesh, to death
a/ter she parachuted into Europe
to aid in the underground transfer
of Jews to Palestine, is now living
in Argentina, the local Yiddish
daily, Folksblatt, reported.
Seiden Back On Air
on the program of the Rabbinical Jewish Forum Hour, has returned
Association of Greater Miami on | from a snori nwtiuii c.v.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Temple iraei (fleform). 137
N.E. 19th SL Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
BaM nr 11 tee t t-.v
JJr. Kalian vfl eonduct Uu
Jewish Community Cenler
(ConierTitire). 2020 Polk St.
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
^. -> ..t 7 Baturda)
morning sen I RabM H
ili ir-ach on the Weekly Portion of
I Ijiw
T'Ferein Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Prides' evf-nlnj eervlcen at 1:11 p m .
Hatuidiiv | ;n a m. with Mlm-ha at C
Ali rt-Fldentu in that area are in .
t'. a''
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Are..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Minrha Friday! Saturday morn-
inn Berttl H Mm. ha at (, follow. .1
by BkaJoi Bee doe Maariv folio
Ially aervleea at ?.3<> am. and :4)
p.m.
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Are.
and 53rd St.
I I B Smith will offici-
al- at services YM nlnj.
Sunday r< h....i ia--e- every Sunday it
the office '! I'r Wm Burns. K| N.W.
CZml 81 Hi jnder di-
Uon of Ret Philip Fried at 701
N W 4ih Ave. on Mondays and
Thur.vla: from 4 to 6 D.rr.
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Are- Miami
Beach.
e Friday nlitht at 6; Saturday
t am Mtneha at p m. followed
by Bhalo
to Thursday am and <; H I> 01. All
Young Ixrael innnlii-rs In the area re
invited to attend
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Prfdaj evenlnf servloea at 8:1'. ,
Saturday morning servlcea at 10.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Are.
Saturday servlcei at b a.m.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
. evening Mrvleei at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning aervicei at
Bar Mltsvah of Lewia. eon f M
.Mrs Jo.. |f>) ,., M,,,, ,,., ;,, .
ronowed by Bhaloi Budm Bummer
bool at ;
I
North Shore Jewish Centex
(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach (Aits Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Prlda y v j-.
8a til
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.

in at I
Mini i it l:li |
Me* heloff will -; .
hi Wei Humi
coai
through i i .,
at ofl
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.
Miami Beach.
Friday evening i| |i
M m ha .:.! .: .
sen : .- at T :{ I m ..:,.! .. IS n ni i
Sunday mornli .
Coral Gabies Jewish Cenler
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Shop;'
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. '
near Le Jeune.
Babbath aervicei at t 4', m, Satur-
day,
,N; W- R*Hsious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Service*. Saturday morning at 1:00 '
o clodt.
Israelite Center (ConserratiTe)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Kr:>ti> night servlres at : Saturday
morning at Dally services at
a.m.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
cantor.
day evening the rabbi
ill be held In the
V pa-..
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (ConserratiTe), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at 1:41
Saturday morning at 9. Daily ><
n and ~ v m.
Congregation Beth Tlilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid At.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack
ovsky.
Friday evening services at *:43.
Saturday morning at l:M. The rabbi
At i:U p.m Kabbl Rackovaky will
speak on "Ethlci of tli Fatkem."
followed by Mlncka at ".:4.". Bbaloa
Seudos and Maariv. I>ally serv-
- I 7 30 a.m. followed by class In
Mishna. Minrha services at I', fol-
lowed on Sunday*. Tuesda>'s and
last In Last and Cus-
and on Mondays and Wednes-
days by class In Jewish I-egends of
the Talmud.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Are. Rabbi Simon April
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening at :45.
ly morning at lo .. m Mini ha
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+Je*ist) nertdftan
PAGE FIFTEEN
UAL NOTICE
V PUBLICATION
7IIT riil'KT OK THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND Knit DADE
l.\ CHANCERY, No.
JENBAIM, I'lalntlff, vs.
nKXIIAIM, Defendant.
foil DIVi 'Kit:
EIOENRAI M
[Street
Mr York
fcy notified that a Bill
or Divorce has been
I, anil you are re-
la ropy of your Answer
the Kill of Complaint
r Attorney, ALFRED
20 Lincoln Road, Miami
and file the original
lilini: In the office of
Circuit Court on or
Pay of August, 1950. If
p, judgment by default
{ against you for the
n the Bill of Com-
hall be published once
our consecutive weeks
srldlan.
f*" ORDERED at Miami,
eth day of July, AD.
EATHKRMAN, Clerk,
Jt, Dade County, Florida.
Seal)
PPM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
E8BITT
d
r Florida
Plaintiff
\
NOT!
THE CI
IV PUBLICATION
UIT COURT IN AND
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
xi'TICK IB HEREBY OIVEN that
th.. undersigned, desiring to engage In
Ipii-im.sk under the fictitious name of
aardan Court al 713 Michigan Avenue,
Miami Beach, Intend to register Maid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Daile County, Florida.
JACOB HN EIDER
...... JENNIE HNEIDER
7/7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
Hie undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Auditorium (lift Shop at number IMS
Washington Avenue In the City of
Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to
register the mid name with the Clark
'.'/. ,he c,rt"ult Court of Dade County.
Florida.
7/7-,4-21.28MAUR,CK GLDBKUli
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
isSfSP. ;'' '" l;l" STORES at 1201-
1206 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami. Florida,
l?ten5 .t0 "K1"'-' salil name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACQUES.ROHER, JR.
.._ EDWARD MKHLKIt
IH-RBERT H. HUTNKR
Attorney for Jacques Roher, jr.
and Kdward Mehier
6/30 7/7-14-21
,xr -,.Jf,OTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
JtnSEP. KOR nAr>E COUNTY,
No 508S ~ 'N CH*NCBKY. Case
F.^)i,X K,SHKR- Complainant, vs.
PORTER 1; KISHKR, Defendant.
TO PORTER O. FISHER,
73 Grandvlew Avenue,
Huntlngton, lng Island. N Y
TO BERTRAM R. COI.EMAN,
Attorney for Porter G. Pinner.
Shoreland Arcade,
Miami, Florida:
ni.YiSVi#Rru hfre,,y ntl"ed that th.
plaintiff herein, FREDA Y. FISHER
?ia" 1 "9 _,th'" date "led a motion for
final judgment for arrears In Hupport
ICdUNTY, FLORIDA. ""?., ">'ntenanoe and to compel de-
fm rutionri.v v,. i'mi,iih lenoani to convey certain uriuioro
convey certain property.
A___hearing on said motion will be
newrd on the 81st day of August 1950
at :S0 o'clock AM, or as soon
tnerearter as counsel may be heard
before the Hon. Stanley Mllledge In
his Chambers at the Dade County
courthouse. Miami. Florida, at which
time and place you are required to
appear personally or through counsel.
I lease govern yourselves accord-
ingly.
Dated: June 30th. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
,r~, n Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. O. MOORE,
MORTON ROTHENBERGI>U,y *
Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/7-14-21-28
II
BKV, No. 133901).
TNICK. Plaintiff, vs.
TNICK. Defendant.
.OTNICK
IRKS AVENUE
K NEW YORK
HEREBY NOTIFIED
I for divorce has been
bl.1t you by MARTIN
ntl you are required to
^ff your written defenses,
Plaintiff's Attorney,
rlglnal In the office of
a Circuit Court on or
y of August, 1950, in
the Bill of Com].,.11111
confessed against you.
y of July, 19T.0.
LEATHERMAN,
of the ClrcuR Court.
Baal)
7M. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
LIANOFF
tiff
PUBLICATION
^IT COURT OK THE
KI.EVJS I Jl 1'IHIAI, CIRCUIT
, IN AND KOR DADE
IN CHANCERY, No.
is93. m.
.IZABETHeiCURTIS. Plaintiff, vs.
FALTER CURTIS, De-
YOl ^BaM WALTER CURTIS,
---------"""Broad Street, Hillside,
hereby notified that
Hint for Divorce has
at you, and you are ,
a
Hill 1
n filed ag
itulred to
iswer or
mplaint on
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undeiKlxncd, desiring to engage in
'!". .!?."* un''er the fictitious name of
.JAUK S OROCERY AND MARKET at
192 N.W. I4th St., Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HERBERT H. 1IUTNER
Attorney for Jacques Roher, Jr.
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
iiMnatii'Bdm "'Htloiis name of
SUNSHINE CURB MARKET at 300
Southwest 8th Avenue, Miami, Florida,
uitunos to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
BENJAMIN WEGBREIT
Sole Owner
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND I-OR DA UK
COCNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
132613.
MARIA M. CULLI.N, Plaintiff, vs.
WALTER N. aULLIN, Defendant.
TO: WALTER N. CULLIN
SMI N. W. 91st Street
Miami, Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint for divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to said coiui>ialiit on plaintiff's at-
torney, MARX FABER. 412 Congress
ni.it.-.. Miami. Florida, and file the
original answer In the office of tne
Clerk of Circuit Court, on or before
July 24, I960, in default of which the
complaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this 21st day of June, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit -Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON,
Deputy Clerk.
6/23-30 7/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN-THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE *lor>dla:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FI.ORIDA, IN AND KOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
133611.
AETNA FINANCE COMPANY, a
Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs.
IRA MONEY and BESSIE MONEY,
his wffe, and LOV1NA M. TRIPP,
Defendants.
TO:
IRA MONEY and BESSIE MONEY
265 N. E. 171st Terrace
Uleta, North Miami Beach, Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit for foreclosure of chattel
mortgage covering the following de-
j scribed property In Dade County,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
!-,ViL5,DA- IN CHANCERY, No.
13176 v. #
MAGUIE ODAM, as Administratrix of
the Estate of Atwell Odam, also
known as Atward Odam, Atwood
,.,?,,.'"" Cnnrlp" Odam and Charles
Williams, deceased, Plaintiff, vs.
MAMIE ODAM, Defendant.
You, Mamie Odam, ill West 143
Street, New York, New York, are
required to serve a copy of vour
answer to the Hill of Complaint' for
Declaratory Decree on plaintiffs at-
torney, Harold Shapiro, 927 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Klorlda, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of this Court on or before July 31,
ItTO, otherwise a Decree Pro Uonfesso
will be entered against you.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK KLORIDA, IN AND KOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
133406.
ROBERTA KENDALL, I'lalntlff, vs.
WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO:
WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL
142 Columbia Heights, Apartment 8
Brooklyn 2. New York
You WILLIAM KENWORTH KEN-
DALL are hereby notified that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys,
WKINSTKIN, WKINSTEIN A WEIN-
STEIN, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 12th day of July, 1950. If
you fail to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive wctks
In The Jewish Kloridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12 day of June, A.D. 1950.
E. U. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florid t.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
6/16-23-30 7/7
If iviA-rul '....'v.Vi'";1' THE This Notice will he published once
SWSSSL Jl I?CIAI, CIRCCtU week for four consecutive weeks In
...,J',(.,!',|,A IN AND KOR DADE 1 the Jewish Florlillan.
.!.' ?rY- I--" CHANCERY, No. Dated June 27, 1950.
,133870.
IN RE: ADOPTION OK
ROBERT TKOFIIA) DUMENIGO,
a mum..1
TO: TBOFIU. KKRMIN DIMENIOO
No. 2. St. Rafael,
Camaguey, Cuba
. ?'2U are hereby notified that
AARON DIXON and JUDITH DIXON.
his wife, have tiled a petition for the
lli'"w^i Dl H 1*. .N l< lO.
You are hereby required to serve a
-.^P5lt *2J "nw*r to the petition
. copy of your ,Qn th*> petitioners- solicitor and file
ding to the Bill of .,."*' in ,h'- office of th.- 11,1k
_.e plaintiffs attorney, the C lrcu.lt Court of Dade County,
, 922 Seybold Build- fu',',' ','",' '"'"'' :; day of August,
^Plorlda. and file the 13''1*. and if you fall to do ho a decree
kr or Pleading In the >'"' confesso may h.- entered against
ginal ASBtr
Clfrk of the Circuit
bet..1.' the 3rd das "'

^Bf you fail to d" so,
^efault will Im- taken
^m the relief demanded
(Complaint.
ORDERED at Miami,
!h d.iv of July, 1950.
IATIIEKMAN. CHerk,
I '.Hi.- County. Kloi i.la
Baal)
WM. W. STOCK I NO,
Deputy Clerk.
IX 1 ek
JE- Sey ^ill.iinK
am"
({'torn.
-14-
NOl
alntlff
E. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON.
...~. Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln ltnad
Miami Beach, Klorlda
6/30 7/7-14-21
you in such suit.
Dated July 3, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, ELRY STONE
,, .. Clerk of Circuit Court. Attorney for Ar
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKINO,
T. R. NUA0N Depu,>' cler*
Solicitor for Petitioners
412 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Florida
7/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER PICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TAFT HOTEL at 1040 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach. Klorlda, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ANNA FREED
SOL FREED
1 Divan
1 Radio, table model
1 Day Bed
1 Card Table
1 Secretary Desk
2 Irons
2 Toasters
1 Singer Sewing Machine, Elec.
1 Cabinet
6 Chairs
1 Easy Elec. Wash. Machine
1 Elec. Krigldalre
1 oil Range
1 Table
3 Hollywood Beds
1 Walnot Chlfforobe
1 Walnut Dresser
3 Army Cots
has been brought against you In the
above Court, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to thn bill of, complaint on plaintiff's
attorney, Marx Kaber, 412 Congress
Bldg., Miami Florida, and file the
original answer In the office of the
Clerk of the above Court, on or before
the 24th day of July, 1950; in default
of which the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed bv vou.
Dated this 21st day of June, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON.
Deputy Clerk.
6/23-80 7/7-14
1,11111,
Bnder fictitious
ME LAW
Hereby given that
1 desiring to engage.In
the tl.'itl.'us naift* '
ocs at P. O. Box 4967,
Ida, int.-nil to register
til the Clerk of the
1 lade 1 'ounty. Florida,
ENK C HEIMAN
ER (.IPHANT
NDER FICTITIOUS
AME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
, desiring to engage 111
' the fictitious name of
t MM S, W. 8th Street,
ler said name with the
Circuit Court of Dade
WARD JOSEPHS' and
E Joseitis
rSAKOWlTZ
.pull.'ant
|ullding,
IE COLUMNS FOR
AL ADVERTISING
IONE 2-1141
.vt ,,?Tlcp TO creditors
vT" V,'"' XTV JUDGE'S COURT
N AND KOR DACE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No!
In He: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH CHOJNACKI,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
L"^, LL. ".1H or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of JOSEPH CHOJNACKY de-
ceased, late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office in the County
( ourthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to aud presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date June 28. A.D. 1950.
SOFIA CHOJNACKI.
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of JOSEPH
CHOJNACKI, Deceased.
AMDS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Sophia Chojnackl
6/30 7/7-14-21
torney
Sol Freed
6/30 7/7-14-21
Anna Freed and
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Neonlte Sign Company at 252 N. W
29th Street. Miami, Klorlda, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
EMIL FLUTIE
ALBERT FLUTIE
MORTON ROTHBNBERG
Attorney for Emll Flutie
6/30 7/7-14-21
notice under fictitious
Name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring, to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Bay Vista Family Liquor Store at
1339 Karthwest Seventh Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
tl-mrt of Dade County, Florida.
BENJAMIN KRAME1SEN
FRANK E. SOI.OMON
Attorney for Benjamin Kramelsen
611. Blacayne Bldg.
6/16-23-30 7/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JIMMIES SUNDRIES at 39 S. W.
Sth Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to
reuister said name with the Clerk of
t*e Circuit Court of Dade County,
7"orlda.
NATHAN SEDLIK
I AL RETSKTN
ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Nathan Sedlik and
Al Retskin
6/23-30 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 r.420 N. W. 37th
Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Klorlda.
STANLEY HIRSCH
A. HIRSCH
6/23-30 7/7-14
ENTION
rORNEYS!
Floiidlan so-
ItHjal notlctM.
9cia1 your
Qua <7uorrcro-
Mrria* at
Phono 2-1141
hfc
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COCNTY,
KLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No,
-'4435.
In Re: ESTATE OF
Charles E. Fine, Deceased.
To All Credltora and AH Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Charles E. Fine, deceased,
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. K. Blanton, County Judge
of Dade Oiunty. and ffle the same In
his orflce In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and pre...in.-.1 as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
Of the 1923 Probate Act.
Date JuHe 27, A.D. 1950.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
As Administrator of the Estate of
Charles E. Fine, Leceaned.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Administrator
/ 7/7-14-11
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF 1941
Kile A-l .Mil
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Jessie L. Zucker, holder of Countv
Tax Sale Certificates numbered 1461
and 3632. Issued the 24th day of May.
A. D. 1948, has filed same In my
office, and has made application for a
tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said
certificates embrace the following
described property. In the County of
Dade, State of Florida, to wit:
Ix>ts 17. IS A 19, Block 1, Plnedale.
A Sub., Plat Book 22, Page 32, In the
County of Dade, Slate of Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No. 1461. The
assessment of said property under
the said certificate issued was In the
name of Eva A. Stoneman.
Lot 12, Block 54, Coral Gables
Riviera Sec. Part 3, Plat Book 28.
Page 44, in the County of Dade, State
of Florida, as embraced in Certificate
No. 3632. The assessment of said
property binder the said certificate
Issued was In the name of Francis
S. Grills.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday in the month
Of Augpst. A. D. 1950, which Is the
7th day of August. A. D. 150.
Dated this the 26th day of June.
A. D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida.
(Ctrcolt Court Seal) .
By N. C. "TBIUIKTT,
I.uty Clerk.
6/10 7,7-14-lt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRC1TT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
1 InRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
113543.
FLORENCE LINN PULLMAN.
Plaintiff, vs. ALBERT 11.
PULLMAN, Defendant.
TO: ALBERT It. PULLMAN.
1923 Crotona' Avenue^
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint ,for Divorce li.ts been
filed against \ou, and yon are re-
quired to Kcrve*-a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, Theodore
.1. Sakowltz, 922 Seybold Building,
Miami, Florida! and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 17th day of July, 19.".0.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 16th day of June, A.D.
1950.
E. B. LEATHKRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dnde County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM". W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
6/13-30 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
Florida Building Journal at 5926 N.W.
22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
PUBLISHERS,
HOPKINS PUBLICATIONS
DAVID SHUBOW, Owner
6/16-13-30 7/7
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
8f PARTNERSHIP
Chaffer has) withdrawn frem
th.. SISSMAN LOAN COMPANY, 238
North Miami Avenue, Miami, Dade
County, Florida, whjcji will henceforth
be continued as a aele propelsws ship
by Meyer Sllbert who has asrAimed
all the liabilities thereof.
MEYER SILBERT
JOSEPH SCHAFFER
/U-l-84> 7/7
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD.
IN AND Hill DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.No. 41986.
MORTON ROTHENBERG. Plaintiff,
vs. COMPANIA ITAU TRAN8-
PORTES AEREOS, Defendant
To Compania ltau Transportes Aereos,
A Foreign Corporation,
Axdrubal Do Nasclraento 436,
Sao Paulo, Braill:
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to serve up-Mi
Morton Rothenberg. 420 Lincoln Roa'.
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 8th day of June, 1950.
W. CECIL WATSON.
Clerk of Civil Court of Record.
(Civil Court of Record Seal)
By T. C. BLOUNT, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
6/16-22-30 7/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTI1 fOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..f
ROBERT A. PATRICK SALVAGE
COMPANY at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Dade County. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Klorlda.
HARRY J. LOUIS
KARL WINTERS
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Applicants
6/23-30 7/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
KLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COCNTY IN CHANCERY, No.
133429.
L. E. POTTER and FANNIE O.
POTTER, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs.
A. THEODORE SWEIGARD, et als.
Defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
KLORIDA:
To the 1 '.t, ml.nits:
A. THEODORE SWEIGARD. and
if i: : 1 i.l. his spouse, residence
and address unknown:
JAMES ALLAN, and If married, his
spouse, residence and address un-
known:
ELIZABETH MCCARTHY, and If
married, his or her spouseresl
dence and address unknown:
EUPHEMIA THOMAS. and if
married, his or her spouseresi-
dence and address unknown.
The names and existence of ssld
spouses of the above named de-
fendants being unknown after diligent
search and Inquiry, and each and
every of the above named Individuals,
If living, and if dead, all unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors,
lienors, assignees, trustees, or other
claimants under them or either of
them, deceased or otherwise, claiming
Interest In the property 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 being in Dade County, Florida:
Lot 4, Block 4, Revision .of
CORAL VILLAS, a subdivision,
according to the Plat thereof,
recorded In Plat Book 8, Page 17,
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida:
lx>t 11, Block 2. ELBARODA
GROVE, Plat Book 18, Page 6.
Section 30, Township 52 South
Range 42 East. In the Town of
North Miami, County of Dade,
State of Florida:
I,ot 12, Block 2, ELBARODA
GROVE, Plat Book 18, Page 6.
Section 10. Township 62 South.
Range 42 East, In the Town of
North Miami, County of Dade.
State of Florida:
You and each of you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint to
Quiet Title to and remove clouds from
the titles and equities to and In the
above described property on DE
COSTAS. MAER A FLOYD, 607 Bis-
cay ne Building, Miami, Florida, at-
torneys for the plaintiffs. L. E.
POTTER and FANNIE G. POTTER.
his wife, and file the original of such
Answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
13 day of July. 1950, otherwise th..
allegations of said Rill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you:
WITNESS my hand and the official
seal of this court on the 13 day of
June, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
DeCOSTAS. MAER AND FLOYD
Attorneys
Blscayne Building
Miami, Florida
716-13-30 7/7



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.Y 7. 1950 +Jewisti fUridian PAGE SEVEN Iftsah l.roiip | I Swim Party | 1 Clroup of Hudassah I a supper and swim ] Personally Speaking Lou ^Bons may be made by pho^H[ the chairman of the Mrs. Aaron Courshon at ^Eviim with her arc the ^Boseph Berman, Morris K Anne White, Marry Nathan Kaplan, Carl Susskind, Samuel Feldman, Irving Frumkes, Leo Chaikin and Rudy Baum. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Alter, 554 S.W. 64th St., announce the Poo j, birth of a daughter, Nadine Ruth, on Tuesday, June 27, at b on Saturduy, July I Victoria Hospital. Mrs. Alter is the former Fritzie Cohen, daughter |r., according to Mrs. j of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen, long time residents of Miami ldman, president. Beach. Fred Brettholtz recently returned to New York after spending a short vacation with his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz, 160 S.W. 17th Court. His wife and children will remain in Miami for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., spent the July 4 weekend at the Berkeley Shore Hotel, Miami Beach.* Mrs. Shapiro is president of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El. I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Auerbach, 5888 S.W. 31st St., recently celebrated their twenty-fiith wedding anniversary with a cocktail party at their home. Mrs. Lillian Richheimer, 1135 S.W. 6th St., her mother and sister, recently returned from a three-week vacation in New York. While, there, the trio attended the graduation of Mrs. Richheimer's brother-in-law from Long Island Medical College. Bill Glick left this week for New York, where he joins his wife and sons. He will return about the end of the month. FraiK^N 4oldb%rg Receives Honors Miss Frances Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Courtney To Speak To Beach Lodge Alan Courtney, radio raconteur, will be featured soeakt-r at ti)t. Goldberg, 2354 Alton Road, Miami fW? 1 **""* '?WrluT'L*] u\ li.-a.-h, graduated ; Lod c of with two honors den AgrN To Hold Boat Hide The Golden Age Friendship > of the Miami Beach YMWHA will sponsor a boat ride on Sunday, July 16, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. aboard the Seminole Queen, Dng to Mrs. Anna Goldberg, president. The boat leaves from Pier 6, City Yacht Basin. Tickets are one dollar, including tax. Entertainment and prizes are planned. Prof. Ilirs h Will ead IMav.lulv Bl John Van Druten's smasli pit, "Voir read b: drama at the July 1 auspic Tic day's Cordelia New arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, include Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wertheimer, Mr. and Mrs. David Frome, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davidson, daughter, Betty, and son, from the Anderson School. Stautsburg on Hudson. N. Y. She received the award given tor the outstanding contribution to the school and student \body. as well as the jounralism key for disting u i s h e d work on student publications. In recognition of her unbroken membership in Cum Laude during the last year and in Alpha Beta for two years. Miss Goldberg was also awarded the pins of those two groups. She plans to enter Michigan State College in the fall. Miss Goldberg on Wednesday, July 12, at i p m. in the Miami Beach Jew Center patio. His subject will be "What the Korean War M. to Us." George Talianoff. chairman of the program will serve as moderator. Godfrey Newman, president, announces that the public is invited to attend. D^HiiSXofeeSr of Iames Mrs S Y Mock Mrs Donald Kolin and^son, Murry, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Kramer and son, Bruce, and Jack Stone. the University of Miami, lano Hotel, Tuesday, at 8:40 p.m. under the ^>f Freedom House, are available at DoubleLincoln Road, or at Book Shop in Miami. mic On Calendar Brand I Workmen's Circle will spoi Ham i Transppiro Unveiling Medication of a monument fcemory of the late William Shopiro, formerly of 1545 vania Ave., Miami Beach, e place Sunday, July 9, Km. in the Jewish Section of Weadlawn Park Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Shopiro was a member of the Masonic Order and the Shriners. He is survived by his mother and two brothers, gements are in charge of ir Miami Monument Co. :ves and friends are reed to be present. cus Unveiling dedication of a monument memory of the late Lens Us, formerly of 855 Alton Miami Beach, will take Sunday. July 9, at 4 p.m. t. Sinai Cemetery. 8. Marcus was a member of Bami Beach Branch oi the Circle. She is survi'fed er husband. Meyer. Rabbi s Mescheloff will officiate. nRements are in charge of ei's Miami Monument Co. itives and friends are asked t.nd. ,TEN TO THE CULTURAL ISH FORUM RADIO HOUR >ADCAST NOW FIVE TIMES fEEKLY FROM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY [AT 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. AND SUNDAY FROM 2:30 TO 3:00 P.M. (OVER STATION WFEC 1220 on the Dial ted and Announced by + Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Mannheimer announce the birth of a son, Henry Marshall, this past week. + Bruce Martin Lyons of New York is visitinq in the home of hi^ grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lyons, 2262 S.W. 16th Ave. Mr. Lyons returned this week from a month's vacation in New York. + Spending several months ; n Worcester, Mass., are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir of West Palm Beach. Joan Lee and Marilyn Kapner are spending the summer at Blue Mountain Camp, Pennsylvania. They ar the daughters ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kapner of West Palm Beach. Rabbi and Mrs. Richard E. Singer of West Palm Beach have returned from visits in Cleveland, Asheville and Cincinnati, where he attended the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Miss Joyce Rosengarten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten, 5860 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, has as her houseguest Miss Marilyn Zauville of Toledo, Ohio. Both girls recently graduated from Ohio State University, where they were members of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Sailing aboard the Queen Mary on Saturday will be Mr. and Mrs. William D. Singer, 1822 S.W. 12th Ave., and their two daughters, Dottie and Marlene. They will make an extensive tour of Europe and Israel and will return aboard the Queen Elizabeth. They are expected back in Miami about September 10. %  Evelyn Bauer returned last week from a short vacation in New York, where she attended the qraduation of her daughter, Ruth Gladys Finkelstein, from Elizabeth Barrett Junior High School. Ruth, who received several medals for out3tandina work in French, as well as an award for general academic excellence, will enter Taft Hiah School, where she will major in languaqes, concentrating in Hebrew. A dinner and reception for relatives and friends of the qraduate were given by her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Neugebauer. Abe Aronovitz left for a vacation in Hendersonville, N. C, this week. Martin Chochem of Miami Beach is underqoing treatment at the Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover, N. H. Discussion Series Slated A five-week series of round table discussions on national and community Jewish problems will be heard each Sunday on Jacob Schachter's Jewish hour heard over station WTTT from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Panel members will be local. civic leaders, Norman R. Lyons, commentator and newscaster will serve as moderator. rtabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 TV Tour Scheduled Members of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will witness a television broadcast on a tour through the studio WTVJ at 7 p.m., Wednesday, July 12. Arrangements for the tour have been made by Lodge President Sam Kessler.. SIMON SETDEN SAM'S KOSHER MARKET 322 S.W. 12th Avenue MIAMI SECOND ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS CHICKEN'S lb. AS RIB ROAST lb. .79 RIB STEAKS lb. .95 CHUCK ROAST lb. .75 LAMB STEW lb. .25 For Free Delivery Fhone 9-H26H OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Bea;b Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 Complete and T)eperulM oSi/fc Setorice I AM I TITLE & Obstruct Co. 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE] Title Iniurance Policiei of Kansas City Title Iniurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 104 N.E. 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PAGE EIGHT + k 1st Ih filter FRIDAY, JULY \ Julia Chabnfer Wed To Solomon Singer IFI Candlelight Ceremony At Beth Kl A double ring candlelight ceremony marked the marriage of Miss Julia Chabner, daughter of M:. and Mrs. Hyman Chabner. 1601 N.W. 18th St.. to Solomon Singe:, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Singer. 1714 S.W. 18th St. The service was held on Sunday. June 18. at 7 p.m., at Beth El with Rabbi Murray Gn.uer anc 1 Cantor Samuel Kelemer officiating. Hy Fried was the organist and Evelyn Greenfield rendered vocal selections. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a white chiffon gown with portrait necklint, lull skirt and matching mitts. A fingertip veil of French illusion way held in place by a coronet oi orange blossoms studded with rhinestones. She carried a white bible topped with stephanotis and white orchids. The bride's only jewelry was a strand of pearls, an heirloom of her mother's. Miss Bernice Chabner. sister of the bride, served as maid of honor in a gown of chartreuse faille. She carried a colonial bouquet of >;d gladiolas. Matron of honor. Mrs. Miriam Abrams. sister of the %  bridegroom, wore a gown of aqua shantaung and carried a colonial bououet oi tea roses. Bridesmaids were Miss Bernice Rothblatt. cousin of the bride, and Misses Eileen Nathans and Barbara Zissen. sorority sisters of the bride. Myer Abrams was best man for his brother-in-law. Ushers J were Ray Seftell. Gene Strul and degr e ,n med,Cal baclerlol *yAlvir Rosen. for going away, the bride Following the ceremony a re-'donned an aqua linen suit with ception and dance were held in white accessories and white orI I Mrs. Man iBroi Solomon Singer chid corsage. The couple spent their honeymoon at the Martinithe Dora August Memorial Hall. The bride's mother greeted guests in a beige cocktail length dress and orchid corsage. The c l ue Hotel. Miami Beach. They are bridegroom's mother chose a 'now residing at 1714 S.W. 18th St. gown of flamingo tissue faille and j wore a tea rose corsage. — The former Miss Chabner gradi uated from Miami Senior High •'(-'III] (.Olleil S School and attended the I'm\> lti ..,, L., | 'i JJ venity of Miami. IK'IIOUUM I Old Mr, Singer is also a graduate of Miami Senior High School and i received his bachelor's degree, from the University of Miami. He now attends the University of i Pennsylvania where he will complete his studie s for his master's Arleife Edith Knohl Selects September .'} Mr. and Mrs. George S. Knohl. 511 29th St.. Miami Beach, have announced the betrothal of their daughter. Arlene Edith, to William Nathan, son of the Frank Nathans. 427 45th St.. Miami Baach. Mr. Nathan was graduated from Shadv Side Academv and attended Waynesburg College in Ponn.-ylvania. A veteran with four years of service overseas. Mr. Nathan is associated with the Town Laundrv. -__ .-, The wedding will take place i "'" September 3 at the Sans Souci Betrothal of Mitt Jean Cohen Ie t ( > Michael s. Rosenberg, son of -"^~" — Mrs F; i. d., Rosenberg. Babylon. L. I. has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cohen. 418 Alcazar Ave Coral Gables. The bride-elect graduated from Miami High School, where was a member of National Honor Society. She was graduated magna c um ,J aude from the University Miami and received her master's degree in international afiair,from the University of; New Mexico. During the "war. Mitt Cohen served as a Spanish' translator for the Officof Censorship and for the past year lias been an instructor in romance i languages at West Virginia University. ~ Ml Rosenberg served in the' The Misses Marian Psatchas, ; navy during the war and for the Lucy Villarosa, Marjorie Hausam, i Dast tni "ee years has been a Ida C e r o n e pulchritudinous I n V ,an em P lo y* >n the War De2Sr~. „r. _--=-• %  SKjfv* 5 "ass's Europe. He is now an associate of Southern Food Industries. Pearl Gordon Wed To David Matzkin After a motor trip to Virginia. New York and Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. David Matzkin are living j in Miami Beach. They were i married June 4 in the Miami %  Beach Jewish Center with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. The bride, the former Pearl j Gordon, daughter of the Frank I Gordons, 4740 Alton Road, was 'given in marriage by her father. She wore a ballerina-length gown I of imported white organdy, cloud pink embroidery covering the deep hemline. Her shoulderlength veil of French illusion was secured by a chenille coronet. She learned a heart-shaped white I velvet fan showered with white • orchids and stephanotis tinted to match the emoroidery of her gown. Miss Sandra Gordon, junior %  bridesmaid for her sister, wore yellow Swiss organdy with pale blue and pink dotted embroidery. She carred sweetheart roses. Edward Fmgerman was best man. At the reception and dinner which followed the ceremony, the bride's mother welcomed guests in navy organza with petal pink applique and orchid corsage. M.;;. Edward Fingerman, the bridegroom's sister, wore navy silk lace over aqua and an orchid corsage. The bride was graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School, San Antonio. Texas, and the University of Texas. The bridegroom was graduated from DeWitt High School. College of William and Mary College. New York University. During the war. he served n the medical corps. Kurscliners Wed In Newark Rites On an extended wedding trip to the Southwest and Mexico are i Sam Kurschner and his bride, the | former Miss Carol Garth, daughter of Mrs. George Garth. 215 N. Coconut Lane, Miami Beach, and Pen Argyl, Pa., and the late Mr. Garth. Mr. Kurschner is the son of the Harry Kurschners. Newark. N J where the wedding took place on Sunday. June 11. A dinner party was held at the Mayfair Farms in West Orange following the ceremony. w The newlyweds will reside in Oklahoma City. Baskin Natalie (ioo(i man Becomes Bride Of Leonard Baskin rH? ma r ria e of MU, Goodman to Leonard Baitf solemnized by Rabbi Irvin, man ^ the Mart,n, que 'g Oecan Surf Hotel .\ !" i the son of Mrs Baurice^ 4245 Sheridan Avo Mian,,' ror the ceremony th chose a gown of white oi over satin fashioned wiui and worn with mitts Her ill veil fell from a coronet aa carried a fan-shaped bouow white orchids and stephanM Mrs. Milton Behnnan 0 S Island. N. Y., weanne H blue orean !" ..... 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ft. JULY 7, 1950 +Jewish fhrldiar PAGE FIVE ietween You and Me'' By BORIS SMOLAR [(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) \AN REFLECTIONS: orean conflict brings again forefront the question r Soviet Russia seeks to another world war and x Moscow is prepared for war An answer to this n is given by George ] in his "The Deadly ', .1" just published by Rani louse The book was, of j written months before the ; :t in Korea broke out. but I ithrn foresees the possibility Kremlin going to war even it is fully prepared to coni t ... He explains why the government is determined %  1 the Western world as its and analyzes the Soviet | .tions that arise out of cong every fourth person on He believes that the v. h Moscow can cornis well able, even today, to inge the rest of mankind 'deadly parallel which Mr. j er draws is between Stalin Ivan the Terrible who, like In. also ruled Moscow through less purges and also sought nsion Quoting historians, Backer aims to prove that l's actions in the 16th century ititute the moral standards of let reality today Among ir developments he speaks of rebirth of official antijitism in the USSR which-is lawed by the Soviet constitu... He points out that in the ; Moscow drive against "cosjlitanism" Soviet organs at;ed 49 Jews among the first _r branded as cosmopolites %  make the fact known to the E ^fclic. the Soviet authorities pubHed the original Jewish names Jhese "cosmopolitans." as well le Russianized forms they had ited Mr. Backer records iteresting fact that in the evil of Czardom. anti-Semitism je intelligentsia was disguised kvhat was known as "cosmopinism" ... He asks: how anti-Semitism be reconciled ^^Marxism, and how can a genuine socialist look upon cosmopolitanism as an uncompliBfary attribute? The author ays a profound knowledge of ian history His book will sad with great interest not because of its timeliness, but also because of the high level on which it is written. FACTS AND FIGURES: Only one of ten Jews in New York belongs to any Jewish religious organization Reform rabbis estimate that only one out of 100 Jews in New York belongs to a Reform TempTe You may be interested to learn that the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods has 222 men's clubs with a membership of 45.000 throughout the United States and Canada While the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs — a Conservative synagogue group—claims a 22.000 membership in the 150 men's clubs it maintains Those who have been lamenting the plight of Yiddish culture will be interested in learning that Yiddish still retains quite a vitality In the past vear over 300 books were published in Yiddish in numerous countries, including the United States, Canada and Argentina The majority of books were volumes of poetry and fiction in which resistance and heroism of Jews in Europe form the principal theme Few in this country are aware of the existence of an Arab press here It consists of several daily newspapers, as well as periodicals, all of which—with the exception of two—are owned by Christians The largest daily newspaper is Al-Hoda, published in New York City Brooklyn has two Arab daily newspapers Detroit has three and Washington has one Altogether there are nine Arab papers printed in Arabic in this country Their circulation amounts to tens of thousands. ISRAEL TRENDS: Israel leaders now coming to the United States do not hesitate to emphasize the fact that a stronger American element is still sought by the Jewish state They make it clear that, no qne expects many Jews to move from the United States to Israel But they say that 20,000 young or middle-aged American Jews could be of great help in the present process of developing the Jewish state They point out that this total is only 1/300th of American Jewry, while in Israel it would constitute 1/5 of the SEITL1N £• COMPANY ?*> la N.E. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32.FUA. PHONE 9-3836 ffoxe and morelhe call is-for BALLANTINE BEER vocal population They also argue that in the U. S. the temporary absence of several thousand young American Jews would not be felt, while in Israel their presenc." and their ways of life would have a tremendous, if not decisive, influence Incidentally, some in Israel are wondering why only five per cent of American Hechalu'z farm-1 trained youth have come to the i Jewish state This is taken as | an indication that Zionism and migration to Israel are not necessarily correlated in U. S. Jewry Speaking about the migration of young American Jews to Israel, the chance of a bachelor's getting married in Israel is rather slim There is at present a surplus of some 30.000 men in the Jewish state Contrary to other countries where there are more women than men, Israel always has had a surplus of young men i Added to this is the fact that among the new immigrants there were at least 20.000 more men than women Even among the Youth Aliyah charges the boys outnumber the girls. %  J EWISH" NOSES: The myth of the "Jewish nose" is exploded in a book bv Dr. Harold M. Holden. just published under the title, "Noses" The author establishes that what is usually called a "Jewish nose" is far less prevalent among Jews than popularly supposed Furthermore, it is most prevalent among Jews when it is prevalent among the general population Th| "Jewish" nose, he points out, is in fact not Jewish but Hittite, an Iranian-plateau type ... He reveals that an investigation of .thousands of Jews in New York ] showed that only 12 to 14 percent had a "Jewish" nose Between 57 and 59 percent had straight or Grecian noses Between 13 and 22 percent had snub noses, and between six and fourteen percent had flat and broad noses The range varies between males ana females studied The question is: If the Jews don't have "Jew-; ish" noses, who does? For one, the Bavarian Germans More than thirty percent of Catholic Bavaria has such large and hooked noses, particularly in the Alpine valleys Consequently it is the Bavarian Jews who also show the highest proportion of hooked noses in comparison with Jews of other countries ... In Slavic countries the snub nose is the most typical form among the Jewish population And Jews in North Africa, like non-Jews there, are more frequently wide-nosed than elsewhere Yet some anthropolgists, race theoreticians and comic book publishers and artists persist in depicting the Jews as a people among whom the Hittite nose prevails The curved nose can, as a matter of fact, be found among all peoples in the Mediterranean area There is a Scotch strain with this predominance of nasal feature And the nbble redskin in some tribes has a large number of the same kind of nose form, Dr. Holden points out ____ Board to License Hebrew Teachers The Board of License of the Bureau of Jewish Education has begun the licensing of teachers under the bureau's Code of Practice, Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the bureau, announced this week. Six teachers have been recommended for permanent license, six for temporary license and three requested to take examinations, he revealed. Examinations will be held twice a year, beginning January, 1951. Trie area to be covered in these tests is now being distributed to applying teachers and exam questions are now being prepared by a sub-committee )f the Board of License, consistit.g of Sydnev Greenberg, David Freedman and Schwartzman. wi.h Joel Cohen slated to mark tne results. The code cal'.s for permanent licenses to be distributed to qualified teachers who have been engaged in teaching three or more consecutive years in local Hebrew schools and who are recommended by two recognized educators or by the local Hebrew Teachers Association. The first teachers licenses to be issued in Greater Miami will be presented in September. Dr. Max A. Lipkind is chairman of the Board of License. Obituaries ISIDORE BRIEFF 52, ..f T:t4 Euclid Ave.. TJhswjl tfW'Y suilflenly on July 3. He Is lunrlvm rr? Ma wife Clara. Tinremalna were aent t., New York for service)) and interment by the Beach Memorial Cnaptd. ___^_— SARAH CORDOVA 42. .f li' N.W. S2nd C '-, Ra?g4 away Monday in %  local hospital. Hhe IK aurvlved by her husband. Ham i-l. a Hon Morris, and two aaugnte .-. Sophia and Betty. BervfceJ Hera cafti due-ted al the Miami Riverside Cbapel on Wednesday, with RabM Mnshay Mann ofllclatln*. Interment took l-'ace In Mt. Blnal TK 192: Sui i/h -i Ini lade til ni.-l and Jerome, an i a • ,\i Lllllenfleld, all ol Miami; a ithi i and three id ictad al the i %  % %  moral home, with lntermtni in Mt. I., cemetery. ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant Pan American Bank Building PHONE 3-779* DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE. 75c "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-41M ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING A. M. 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PAGE TEN Unist fhrkHsr FRIDAY JULY! Center Group Plans Recreation For All Ages, Sharing Facilities, Staff Trims Expenses -IRKIN iterj .•> the le: nsonance with the purposes -tire communiv. I by the CBtin %  %  Let us then I these a: throughout lin purp ; %  i.. • memoI to acquaint 1 tually dayto reby-da %  present the %  '. "it does with recreal then daily • civic organizations, and : %  : ring the • fer to ward that end the staff has been trained. There is much more that can be said of the purposes of such an community organization as this; the philosoDespite the fact that the as-1 phies ol wonting together, cohope by the creation of this association to brmg forth a wellbalanced, integrated, fully-serv''-""] a unit with ?' Agencies which is the overall this series appeared last week p | dnmng bod y o£ lhe gene ral and it • ; how the .-.agency got started. Today we .. a-*H|/i **. 111". ioi i moi .lit UJ' pitted _> H'M(\ni^ lU^Itlltl. W want to tell you what the pursoc a t 10 n has been functioning ordinating efforts, planning joint! '. 5 ne .^u g t nC> ar e: onl >lwo !" OHU* some of ou. ly. etc Suffice it to say that we tan" IS expressed purposes have been im^"~ >0 2L .. plemented. There are several To better understand the funcsuburban areas whlch are meet tions and mechanics of any jng wlth committe es of the agency iced, healthv community, organ,/ is most important for advice m bulldlng p i annin g In subsequent articles, we want that we first analyze the purp ^ for which ti. nization %  • erf the need pro: ng an d v ci we hope I mplish? i; %  '•' tmmunitj %  %  I %  %  %  %  mming ... and play rehearsing for the teen-agers Id community r.-l;,to tell v„u ol how w hope to •number of ti„ns. We have established thai %  plish these purposes We Ok functions is I v„nt to tell you. because Ze n • ,nd m.n-power. ..mote democracy, and this has know you are interested how th. It's dancing for the Golden Agers in the particular area in which you live would like to sit down with us and discuss how vour section of the community -afl served? We will ;.. : %  happy to talk it over w-th J %  ma II.-III.-ISS.-III (pro up To llVar Shapiro Harold Shai ..• y. will I .it HM %  program will highlight the next trn P rial Won ,ip of Hadassi.h on Monday, July 10 at 8:30 p.m. in th BuilriB .! %  i Ceil R • ticipate in Uu SPEEDOMETB REPAIRS du sbi vhi His W< ALSO Windshield Washen-WJ Auto Locks Latcfe! SALES SERvJ QUICK EFFICIEml AUTO LOCK &HAIMI 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. KOSHER Y_ QUALITY Distributed by L MUCATISSEN MEAT S lli-<-rao> Food (<>. 1733 N. W. 7th Ave. p houe g. 84 5 6 family raunion (P L % DUSEHOLD INSECTS A Proven, Effective & Stainless Insect Spray leaving a powerful, invisible residue thaiv f kills for weeks. FOR: ANTS, ROACHES, WATERBUGS, TICKS. FLEAS, SCORPIONS, CARPET BEETLES, SILVER FISH, MOTHS, FLIES. MOSQUITOES, GNATS, ETC. MFO. AMD U5ID ST Sold it drug, grocery, hardware c\d MM*) stores. If not available at your favorite store call 5-3444 for th* aearest TN distributor. '0H0 SO. FLORIDA'S IAIGECT EXTERMINATING CO M NA$ATIR, Program D.rector YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR WINZ (MO en Year Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Neon to 1:46 P. M EVERY TUESDAY 0*0 to 7:15 p M. A VARIETY OF STARS IN Tut LATEST RECO OI NOS AVA.LABLI CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Lieten to our Spocial Feature at __ 1:11 p M "BUILDERS OP ISRAEL" Narrator HAROLD SHAPIRO Won't you come ? Chase Federal's family of savers is now receiving our 32nd consecutive semi-annual dividend Chase savers always gather twice yearly receive liberal earnings. Join the crowd on the way to Chase today! Open your insured saving* account on or before July 10 and earn a full six-months dividend this year. Me y


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PAGE FOUR + 3ei*f fkrHinr FRIDAY. JULY EDITORIAL Two Who Shaped A World The calendar of a living people is enriched by •low but constant accretion. Generation by generation some new festival, some new day of commemoration is added to it. With the realization of the Zionist ideal, the Jewish year—both in Israel and among Jews outside of it—has been given new color and depth, reflecting the great changes that have revolutionized Jewish history in our own lifetime. Within these last decades the month of Tammuz has turned the thoughts of Jews to two men who, mere than any other, shaped the revolution in our history: Theodcr Herzl, the anniversary of whose death falls on the twentieth of Tammuz 'July 5. 1950, end Chaim Nachman Bialik, the anniversary of whose death is the twenty-first of Tammuz (July 6. 1950. Bialik, greatest writer of the renascent Hebrew language, may be said to have borne within himself the whole of that rich, deeply rooted culture which kept Jews alive as a unique ability —that spiritual fatherland of Bible and Talmud and medieval literature and folkways and faith which tock the place of the physical fatherland of the Land of Israel and made the people of Israel in their exile ready for the return to the Land of Israel. Bialik was more than a great writer of Hebrew. In a sense he was Hebrew itself. He used the language with uncanny Tightness, with a masterful, loving touch which revealed the power and the freshness implicit in the old words and forms. He gave consummate expression to the inner life of that crucial generation which cast the die in Jewish history, organizing the worldwide Zionist movement and throwing itself body and soul into the resettlement of Palestine. Bialik's poems are the diary of that whole generation. With the prohing genius of a great poet he expressed their nostalgia for the dying wcrld of the pious, studious, self-contained Jewish town. He expressed their changing values—the new emphasis on heroism, self-defense, the rebuilding of Zion. Bialik's historic function may be described as the emotional preparation of Jewry for the new task of nation-building. But the nation would never A Word To CmmUtrm At the recent convention of Jewish there was uniform complaint against what called the altitude of indifference in the I communities toward the cantorial function, of synagogue. There wai also much comn]


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lYj tY 7, 1950 immwmtwuin^.^^ y Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN (ejection of the UN nciliation Commisdirect peace negotiIsrael was not an k'velopment. N o e issue at the recent conference could ct that the rest of s were seeking to with King Ab?atened expulsion An the league in the Itparate peace was efpkracl. It is now clear H>h has yielded to issue. But what ("turn? It is this jn that the league on to Abdullah's itArab sector of deal has all the a London-made ^H i that he get in ner's predict 1 give sanct "Kation of ertine. Th> !" vks of ct. fCBsbond* Beir, '' %  'While doiiu; research for his %  vi'Stication of the lale crafcal. The Criminality Women,X>Uo Pollack discovpfc-ovocative fact that %  in danger from a %  ftrdi'iess are her nearHest, with the husband %  list. The Criminality Jras recently published Ikrsity of Pennsylvania mraeli Press iDavid Ben Gurion ^Hressed a small, intipring in Tel Aviv. The e glowingly of Israel, accomplishments. He ith praise for everyarly the young whom ith language border,rtistic. When he was %  harming woman rose %  the Minister. She %  everything he said put the youth. There raising as she spoke. lady explained. She to give the Ben e PftAft for everye couldn't see what Hnister had to boast Bth The Israel youth, H in laughter, is after H of private initiative. ijoss is Baltimore's gain. A Few Notes em Brooklyn "To the nation's baseball fans Brooklyn is the home of the inimitable Dodgers. To lovers of poetry it is famed as the birthplace of Walt Whitman. To us, however, it is the center of the largest and most concentrated Jewish community in the world. Every other inhabitant of that borough is a Jew. There are more Jews in that borough than in all of Israel. The Irish play a second role. But one of their own, | O'Dwyer, is now mayor of New i York City. Tlje former policeman | may be Irish but you wouldn't | guess it from the way he speaks I Yiddish. Incidentally during the I Irish struggle for independencej Brooklyn with its Jewish population stood out in contributions to the cause of freedom. When Israel rose there was rejoicing among Brooklyn's Irishmen. In both instances Britain was the target. Brooklyn also has the largest Orthodox Jewish population. It is a bulwark of orthodoxy. It has five Jewish hospitals, catering to non-Jews as well, which are considered among the best in the country. It has over six hundred Jewish organizations and more than two hundred congregations. It was in Brooklyn that the idea of associated Jewish charities was first conceived. In the end the Great Metropolis followed Brooklyn and founded the Federation of Jewish Philanthropic Charities. According to legend the first Jew to settle in Brooklyn was a Dutchman from Braeklen. Brooklyn Jewry is preparing to celebrate that event in 1955, the 300th anniversary of the settlement of the first Jew. If you are interested in more details about that colorful borough read Brooklyn Is America, by Foster Weld, published by the Columbia University Press. The volume is a work of love and understanding. n it %  lok by Lionel Gelber, In War. has just been liy Macmillan. Mr. fcrly political adviser bh Agency for Palesa special chapter to \t> of Israel. The book le international situatri 11 be of interest to lent of the complex fith which our world ed In time for the lvention, the ZOA has book of essays and I by its late president Hsch. The impressive itled On The Road to [edited by Trude Weiss. Incidentally New lew School for Social is doing for the great joks what the Chicago has done for the classics. For the fall New School announces on The Great Jewish irith Dr. Trude Weissas instructor. •k [Levy is the second of the | publicity men to leave pial field for community is to assume his new |is week as publicity dithe Associated Jewish and Jewish Welfare Baltimore. New York's See OP Phone We TAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 IE INSURANCE NEEDS ttropoiitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Qiscayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. •faeobson Opens Carolina Resort Joseph Jacobson, veteran Miami Beach hotel man who has operated the Beach View Apartment Hotel here for a number of years, announces the opening of Edgewater Manor in Hendersonville, N. C. Under Jacobson's management for the second year, the resort ia situated on Lake Osceola. Located in the midst of a grove of pines, the manor includes hotel rooms and housekeeping cottages. Only 15 minutes from town, the resort features swimming, boating and horseback riding. It is a short distance from an 18-holf golf course. There are also barbecue pits. Jacobson states that he provides the utilities free of charge and shares vegetables which he grows on the grounds with guests. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 44)335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED le GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Ksshruth Association, Participating ncy of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warns the public. "TO j ;,:, %  r;" i D 2 PhaJ only stores wtor* <*>%  sign of the QMVU n Vaad; Isplayed urt • nd Md by the Th:it only chlclceni with the ring; of the c.MVll lore endorsed by the Vnnd :IM koHher; |'l tint ..,:> FRESHLY KILLED chickens with the ring of the HMVII may l>.> purchased In ths live pauUfj market; [That COLD ohlckeruj In tinlive poultry market cannot he eiiriormd [by the Vaad because, tlu-v nsi M <>\>r Zinan; iNni ;,.d |, .^rattmentx nuch aH "traditional meals served" I under the Impression that they are kosher. other information about Kashmth call our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, S18 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3695. JRRV SIRKIN, Pres. H. 800TIN, Sec. |M. BEAR, Vies Pres. a. LOBEL, Tress. Zukernick Heads Milk ttroup Elimination of the Florida Milk Commission was adopted as the objective of the Consumers Milk Committee, formed last Thursday night by representatives of more than 30 Dade County organizations. Harry Zukernick, milk committee chairman of the Civic League of Miami Beach and longtime leader in the heretofore unorganized campaign to cut milk prices, was named chairman. Mrs. Charles T. Lundstrom was elected co-chaiman; John J. Lunin, business agent of the AFL Teamsters Union, secretary; and Mrs. A. B. Woodson, treasurer. Attorneys Joseph Fitzgerald, Mrs. Lucille Von Arx, David A. Frank, Howard Dixon, Stanley Caiden and James G. Pace were appointed to the legal sub-committee, with Zukernick as exofficio chairman. Israeli leroup To Hold Party The Israeli Group of Hadassah will sponsor a dessert card party on Wednesday, July 19, at 12 noon at Wolfie's Vanderbilt Restaurant, according to an announcement from Mrs. Irving Westin, president. Chairman of the event is Mrs. A. A. Lesser. Assisting her are the Mesdames H. Dashew. L. Edell, Ed Felton, Alexander Kogan, A. Berger and D. Joseph. Original Owner Takes Over Blackstone Hotel The Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach, is now under the personal direction of its original owner and builder, Alfred Stone, and elaborate plans are being made to ready it for the 19501-51 season. The hotel will be completely redecorated and refurbished at the cost of $150,000. The gardens around the pool are being landscaped and enlarged and the Blackstone Cabana Club entirely modernized to prepare for the schedule of events planned. Ray Redman, veteran Miami Beach publicist, resumes the public relations post after five years absence. PAGE'ELEYEN 450 Students, Leaders Attend Human Relations Workshop At Negro College More than 450 Bethune-Cookman College summer session students and community leaders participated in the Teachers Workshop in Human Relations held on June 28, 29 and 30 at the college in Daytona Beach. Sponsored by the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, in cooperation with the general extension division. University of Florida, the workshop's primary purpose was discussion and demonstration of program materials, projects, and techniques in intergroup education available to teachers and school personnel for teaching good human relations I in the classroom. Attended by both Whites and \ Negroes, the workshop was reportedly the first of its type | presented in Daytona Beach. Teachers from 37 Florida communities attended the sessions as regular classes were suspended to enable them to participate. Speakers and discussion leaders included Charles C. Bushong. assistant professor, general extension division. University of Florida; Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League; and Donald Sprague, associate professor, derpartment of human relations. University of Miami. A number of faculty members and students at the college also participated in the sessions. Al Rosen In Lead With 25th Homer Al (Flip) Rosen, Miamian playing with the Cleveland Indians, grabbed the lead in the big league home run derby Sunday when he hit his 25th homer. HOTEL LUNCHEONS WEDDINGS BANQUETS Phone 86-8721 'A GOOD NAME ia more to be treasured than riches." Proverbs GORDON FUNERAL — HOME m SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families + -+*** + GORDON 710 S.W. l?.th Avenue Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436 F. I. 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PAGE TWELVE +Jeisr fkrtiiari FRIDAY. IULY s Sues, teleph ne 4I, and Mrs. IK 48-1768. Leon Mc-r.del. Larry Alboum ar.d Earl Brigman. are shown with Miami Jewish Community Center physical education director. Abe Rochstei-i. left, and center athletic committee co-chairmen. Frank C. Rose anc. Abe Cutler. The tnree boys, winners of the three-man honor basketball mtramurals at the center, received major awards at the Center Teen-Age Sports Award Night recently. These awards are presented for most sportsmanlike play in the three-man honor system basketball league, in which the players are asked to raise their hands when a foul has been committed by a team mate, end ? continuous percentage count is made by the supervising recorder of fouls admitted against fouls committed. i 'on 3*1 I 'hairmon Assi^nril Duties MI yal tron of r i Court 12. Order cf Amaranth, has chi her con tnitl en for the Lee r II head ; r igram; Mrs. Sj N vrnan birthdays; Mi I. n.s. well and Mrs. Lilll u Ootti '.an. hments. / Mrs. Evelyn H.>renbein will be in charge of d< na; Mrs Gertrude Zei ler, flower girls; | Mrs. Shirley Gross, ways and means, and Mrs. Lillian Kaplan. ; choir. Mrs. America El To Begin Here Fust elimina:. n ( or !" America beaut.. twelfth year. ; ^ at the Saxony Hotel TAugust 1. acord.n? to R* man. Florida state daJ Mrs. America. Inc. Mrs. America judged on the dual ba and nomemaking abaSl married wor*>:,n professional d. models, divert-.-. ;, nf j ai ners of previi contests who vii 1 ,\swl If J.. for the _M A^S3 A number of el miaafl-. be held in this and thi ner of the final i n test reive a trip to N Asubry Park. N J 2 expenses paid i the i America finals on tember 10 VY.i..,f the Park meet will .. „ Wi addition to th Mrs America ol of dollars worth of p r; herself and home. All Florida entries a quested to con:.,. | the f America Headquarters. 193i| Miami Beach. liso II ialVali-Sfi rings I nil To Sponsor Moonlight 1 Sail Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center will hold a moonlight sail on Sunday. July 16, at 8 p m. aboard the Showboat The boat will leave Pier 7 of the City Yacht Basin. The three-hour boat ride will i feature music, refreshments and entertainment. Proceeds will go toward the building fund. Tickets and res. : vations may be obtained by calling ; Ted Robins n. entertainment ehanman. at 88-4191. or at the regular business meet in a. on I Wednesday. Julv 12. at 8:30 p.m. i at the Hialeah City Hall Mt. Sinai Women To Continue Services Throughout Summer Summer activities of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Siani Hospital will lsupervised l>\ two of the group's vice presidents during the vacation Monte Selig, president The month of July will :..-.Mrs lUiold Sp; • and the month of Aug All volunti i will conwue at the hospital throughout tSe summer and i#g< ntly ni eded I e| i those vacationing. Those interested in wiping may call th.' auxil ••*%  vhere Mrs Hai i y Rubin, velunteer coordinator, hai provided a staff of interviewers and consultants. Miss Segal Graduates Miss Evelyn F. Segal. 818 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, was recently graduated from the University of 'Chicago. One of 12 Flondians who received degrees. Miss Segal was presented with her B. A. AMERICAN BORN RABBI. 34 •10 years practical experience j luatc Yeshiva University fELAj; Columbia University R ier'l InstituteDiploma iReligious BducaioM-: Accr< dited Psychologisl & Educator. • V. I5d „f Rabbis & %  R abbi nical Council of Ami Leaving present position Aug. Bl. Seeks pulpit m or ai Miami and vicinity—Highest refei ences Write or Wire Habbi Abraham M. Cassel United Synagogue 83D Hudson St.. Hoboken. N. J. Arnold Forster >l*'ts Critics Arnold Foister .the Anti-Defamation League's National Civil Rights director and author of "A Measure of Freedom." met Senator Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota, and Eleazer Lipsky. author and attorney, or. WQAM's weekly ABC broadcast. "Author Meets the Critic." Thursdav. Julv 6, at 10 p.m. "A Measure of Freedom" has turned out to be the 100,000 to one shot in the book business. A sober, factual, organizational report that suddenly catches mass appeal and jumps to the best teller list, it has taken the public by surprise and has already sold out three, printings, been con9 by Look Magazine i I torialized by scores of news.: ighout the country, and will shortly be syndicated by installments to major newspapers Royalties go to the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith to %  %  i> Hnan •. Ms i ducationa] pro. for betti: gi iup relations. Workshop To Present 'My Own. My Native City' Radio Workshop for Democracy, a weekly radio series designed to build bett.r understanding between all gfoUpS, i i ents "Mv Own, My Native City" on Saturday, July 8. at 7:45 p.m. over rs in this live radio ; sentfltii n are Robert Baron. M. J. Buhner. Gertrude Marx. N (.win. Bill Potkhj and Bernard [. Steve Ressler is musical tor, The production is under the direction of Mrs. Gertrude Marx with Bernard Hutner of the Antiati in League's Florida reoffice, serving as technical adviser. "Arrow in The Air" To Be Aired Saturday The student council's intergroup relations committee of the University of Miami presents "Arrow In the Air," as its fourteenth program in the weekly radio series "Lest We Forget," on Saturday. Julv B. at 10 a.m. over j station WTTT Following the dramatization, j Dr Charles Philhour. professor of j drama. University of Miami, will act as moderator in a fifteen minute live panel discussion.! Participants will be Bernard I Marko, Ed Clausman and Dolores. Tharpe. university students. Irwin Block of Hillel House serves as the intergroup relations committee coordinator with Beri nard Hutner of the Anti-Defamation League as technical adviser. HOME FOR SALE—S.W. Shenandoah 2 Bedroom CBS on 2 lots. Fine residential area. Furn. or Unfurn. Ph. 82-1828, 1411 S.W. 19th St. MYWIFEWA5 CRANKY A* A BEAR,, ,% ACA$EOFNERVE$/' SHE $AID. SO I SUGGESTED MILE) NERVINE AND SENT HER OFF TO BED. Pioneer Jewish Camp of the South j On^STSsceol. On R S S RL ? 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JULY 7. 1950 *Jen/siitkrktian PAGE NINE Kaplan, Silver m [ngc Vows plda Kaplan became the %  avid Silver at the Miami lish Center on June 11. zing Lehrman and Max officiated and Cantor lldring sang, pde is the daughter of Irs. Morris Kaplan, 2218 %  oad. Miami Beach. The Bm's parents are Mr. and %  rgc Silver, 145 S.W. 25th I in m a r r i a g e by her Bie bride wore a bouf%  n of white nylon tulle Imported Cliantilly lace Bed bodice, high neck^^H Small collar, full skirt chapel train. She wore ting guantlets and her Hreil was held by a cap 8 and illusion. She carried a le showered with white orchids stephanotis. The bible belongs her aunt, Mrs Samuel Friedd. Mra. Gladys Kaplan, matron of or, was attired in dawn blue %  lace, matching, accesHnd carried American beauty r< Bnaids were Miss Vivian •an, Miss Ann Schwartz, ^fcrcia Sable, and junior' Huds were Miss Delores Kan. Miss Barbara Kaplan, Hts Margie Friedland. All jbwnc (1 like the honor at| and carried sweetheart roaes. HV Silver, Pensacola, was p for his brother. Seating were Edward Kaplan, Kaplan, Abe Silver, Robert and Elmer Oliphant. Reand dinner followed the ly at the center. pride's mother chose a gray rtth matching accessories. legroom's mother also ly. Both wore orchids. The maternal grandmother, Friendland, wore navy %  hantilly lace, orchid %  Mrs. Louis Lubin kept %  e's book. Bring a wedding trip, the %  Will reside in,Gainesville. H away, the bride wore a BBD suit, matching accesHjrchid corsage. Hjrrner Miss Kaplan was graduated from Miami Beach School and Florida State yersity. The bridegroom was %  ted from the University of Hand will take post gradHVk in pharmacy. Leonard Glassers To Live In Miami Beach Following a wedding trip to Havana, Leonard Glasser and his bride of June 4 are making their home in Miami Beach. The ceremony took place in Rabbi Ir:ing Lehrman's study. The bride, the former Miss Minerva Terry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Terry of New York, wore a street-length organdy frock witch matching headdress and bouquet of purple orchids. Wearing an organdy frock of beige with a corsage of green orchids, Mrs. Louis' Gidney served as matron of honor for her tister. Robert Glasser, the bridegroom's brother, was best man. The former Miss Terry attended both Long Island and New York Universities, where she majored in chemistry and English. While attending school, she also servedas a model. The bridegroom is a graduate of the College of Architecture of the University of Florida. During the war he served in France and Germany. = nirdfoe's COOL AIR CIRCULATOR 44 .95 I summer refreshment at flick of a switch! Welch Flight with 3 speeds. kck and translucent or phogany and buff plastic. IQ DOWN PAYMENT. |00 MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENT* nail additional carrying charge BURDINE'S, Houitwami, Fifth Floor — Itij Klxher —Ardmore Gloria June Mantell Gloria H. Cohen Beach Girls Betrothed To Norton And Ronald Pallot Accepting double congratulations upon the approaching marriages of their sons, Norton and Ronald, are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pallot, 5070 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Planning a September wedding are Norton and his bride-elect, Gloria June Mantell, daughter of John Mantell, 4630 North Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, and the late Mrs. Mantell. A graduate of Miami Beach High School, Miss Mantell recently received her degree from the University of Miami. While at the university, she was selected Hurricane Honey. She has done intern teaching at Nautilus and Merrick Demonstration schools. Her finance graduated from Georgia Military Academy, attended the University of Florida and graduated from the University of Miami. He was founder and first president of the University of Miami Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. During the war. he served overseas with the army. A Mason and a Shriner, Norton is associated with his father in the operation of Norton Tire Co. December rites are scheduled for Gloria H. Cohen, whose betrothal to Ronald has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Rose Riesner, 31 West Rivo Alto Drive, Miami Beach. Miss Cohen, daughter of Samuel S. Cohen of Newcastle, Pa., is a graduate of Miami Beach High Beach C. Of C. Unit Chooses Directors Sixteen directors were elected at the first general meeting of the reactiviated retail merchants' divisio nof the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce last week. Seventy-three persons attended. The directors are Freeland B. Cresap. Maurice Unger, Lewis Safft, Joseph Linn, Kenneth Paul, i W. BonneU, Max Rosenbaum, I Fred Astor, Leo Adeeb, Bur|ton Kahn, Carl Weinkle, Archie i Brick, Al Goldman, Irving KapI Ian, Henry Cove and Irwin Roth' man. School and the University of Miami. She is past president of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, an editor of the university yearbook, the Ibis, a member of "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" and a member of! Lead and Ink, journalism honorary. Also an alumnus of Miami Beach High School. Ronald attended the University of Florida and will' receive his degree from the University of Miami in September. He' is past president, of Pi Lambda Pin ;aternitV and a former .member of Interfraiernity Council. SUNDAY, JULY 9 10:45 a. m. WIOD 610 on your dial In Cooperation with the UJA The Greater Miami Jewish Federation Presents M^lvina Weiss, Seymour Liehinan Exchange Vows; Rings In Candlelight Ceremony Miss Malvina Weiss and Seymour Lieb'man exchanged vows in candlelight ceremony on Sunday, June 25, TvGtPrr "BROS R>7 Is thr Of W a bride's brother and sister-in-law, bakeview Drive, Miami Beach. Rabbis Jacob Honig and Moses Mescheloff read the doublering service. For her wedding the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weiss of Normandy Isle, Miami Beach, wore a street length white crepe gown sprinkled with bule beads. The neckline and peplum were edged with heavier beading. Her shoulder-length veil fell from a calot trimmed with beads. She carried a bible topped with whitt orchids. Mrs. Jacob Honig, the bridegroom's sister, served as matron o.' honor in a copper chiffoi. gown with Nile green accessories and gardenia corsage. The b r i d e %  nieces, Kay and Alexi Weiss, were flower girls Milton Weiss was best man. The bride's mother greeted guests in a gown of beige crepe and lace. The bridegroom's mother wore blush pink crepe. Both wore orchid corsages. Following the wedding, an informal reception and dinner was held. The couple then embarked on a Caribbean cruise. Mr. Liebman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Liebman, 1004 Meridian Ave.. 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fewiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY )LUME 23—NUMBER 27 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 7, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS ewish Community Maintains Rapid Growth -iisus Veteran Estimates Present tpulation At Mere Than 50.000 The Greater Miami Jewish community is holding its own by ig pace with the whirlwind growth of the general community. i Ms is the opinion of M. J. Kopelowitz, who masterminded the sh population surveys conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish ^ration in 1944 and 1947. In the 1947 study—the lait under Federation auspices—the r-round Jewish population was given as 40.000. Assuming that Jewish community is growing at the same rate as the general amunity—that is, nine per cent per year—Kopelowitz estimates there has been a 27 per cent hike in the number of Jewish dents since the last census and sets the present figure at |htly more than 50.000. or approximately ten per cent of the ty total. %  v painstaking statistician, Kopelowitz reveals that he arrived tiese figures only after an intensive study of new Florida Power L,ight Co. installations, synagogue membership and religious ix>l enrollment. Other observers, many of whom hold key positions in the rish community, challenge Kopelowiti' statistics, claiming that r y are unduly conserve vtive. These people would set the count somewhere between 55.000 and 60.000. In support of their contention, they point to Sunday school rollment. which has jumped from U40 in 1947 to 2.384 this ,st year. This represents almost a 100 per cent increase. 328 more Udenli attended Hebrew classes during the past year than in 47, a jump of over SO per cent. %  ; The rise in religious school enrollment, however, may be partly hbuted to the /act that schools have been established in all the urban areas and are more accessible than they were three Regardless of which estimate is correct, r.o one would deny that I Jewish population has risen meteorically in the last ten years. Hence of the spectacular growth is on every hand. [Chronicling this growth, Morris Klass, executive director of the Bter Miami Jewish Federation, in his annual report, disclosed when he came here in October, 1941, Federation master file cd 3 000 Jewish families. "We now have over 14,000 addresstph plates he added. "2,200 Federation contributors gave to the "campaign. Our 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal will have over A Federation's operating budget has grown from $15,000 in 1941 El02 000 in 1950—seven times greater. However, its campaign yns'ar*, 13 timas graoUr-from $103,000 to $1,250,000." Continuing to compare the Miami of 1941 with the city of ay. Klass pointed out that there were only five Jewish conations in Dade County nine years ago. whereas there are __/ over four times that number. There were 26 Jewish.organua%  es luted in our files." he said. "There are now well over 200. Here were three local Jewish welfare agencies; there are now 12. ^ %  Further evidence that the Jewish community is past the short Its stage is reflected in the growth of B'nai B'rith in this area. In Ipast ten years it has grown from a single lodge with a handful hembers to 28 organizations for men, women, boys and girls with Ambined membership close to 3,000. JThat the Jewish expansion has been in every direction—North, Ith East and West—is attested to by the development of Jewish er's in all of the suburban communities which have mushroomed e the termination of the war. Coral Gables, which at one time i restricted to Jews, now boasts two Jewish congregations—one Irging its present facilities and the other erecting a house of ship The West Miami Jewish Center and Temple Isaiah are making plans for construction of a building. The Hialeahniii Springs Jewish Center broke ground for its structure only a (weeks ago and the Flagler-Granada Jewish Cer.ter is conducting herstone laying ceremonies this Sunday. Yes, the Jewish community is definitely holding its own. rnerstone Rites For Flagler-Granada iter Slated for Sunday Afternoon Browdy Elected ZOA Head; Autonomy Urged For Zionist Units Outside Israel CHICAGO, OTA)—Benjamin Browdy. who several months ago was named to fill the unexpired term of the late president of the Zionist Organization of America, Daniel Frisch, was elected for a full term as head of the organization. Rudolf G. Sonnebom of New York was re-elected chairman of the Administrative Couacil and Mortimer May of Nashville, Tenn., was re-elected chairman of the National Executive Committee. A declaration demanding autonomy for local Zionist organizations in countries outside of Israel, and a special status for the World Zionist Organization in Israel was adopted Tuesday at the 53rd annual convention of the ZOA. The 1,200 delegates at the parley also voted acceptance of a program which calls for: sponsorship of the chalutz movement in the United States; establishment of an American-Israel information service; promotion of activities through which Israel students will be able to come to the U.S. for special studies; sponsoring of work vacations in Israel for American Jewish college students; and, establishment of chairs for the study of the Hebrew language in American colleges. The declaration on local autonomy reads in part: "We reaffirm the especial status of the World Zionist Organization and urge such reaffirmation upon all Zionists and upon the Government of Israel. The World Zionist Organization should continue to be possessed of special functions in (Continued on Page 4) arnerstone laying ceremony the Flagler-Granada Jewish nmunity Center is slated for jday. July 9, at 3 p.m. at N.W. ft Place and 1st St., Joseph ster, president, has announced. Die rites will mark the opening a fund-raising drive. A goal $20,000 has been set for comtion of the building and the lirchase of necessary equipment. [Principal speaker at Sunday's Kercises will be Miami Beach ouncilman Burnett Roth. Dr. *cob H. Kaplan will offer the Evocation. Spiritual and lay leads from the entire Greater Miami ,ea have been invited to particiite in the program, according to D-chairmen Herman Feldman Jess Freed. The building, which is expected be completed for High Holiday ervices, will include an audiorium large enough to accommoate 400 persons and five classrooms. Working closely with the Jewsh Centers Association, FlaglerGranada has already started to ablish youth and adult leisure time programming. The Jewish Centers Association has appointed a program director for this area who will begin operation approximately September 1. Flagler-Granada, under Jewish Centers Association sponsorship, conducts a home camp and a parent educational lecture series. Regular Sabbath services are held every Saturday morning at temporary quarters, 4499 S.W. 2nd St. All interested in becoming members are requested to contact the membership chairman, Daniel Honorof, 4-0285. Brandeis Establishes Chair In Hebrew WALTHAM, Mass., (JTA) — Brandeis University this week announced the establishment of the Michael Tuch Chair in Hebrew Literature and Ethics. Named for the donor, Michael Tuch, a Brooklyn philanthropist, the chair will permit the University to enlarge its programs of Hebrew culture established at the university's inception in the fall of 1948. Manchester Paper Takes Issue With U.S. Commissioner LONDON, (JTA)—Taking issue with the statement made this week by John J. McCloy, American High Commissioner in Germany, that there is no problem of "rising anti-Semitism in Germany," the Manchester Guardian reports this week from Berlin that outbreaks of anti-Semitism have definitely become more frequent in Germany in the past year although they are still too isolated to constitute an organized campaign. "The anti-Semitic incidents," the Berlin correspondent of the British newspaper reports, "have, in the main, taken the form of desecrating Jewish cemeteries and synagogues. In addition, prominent Jews have been receiving insulting leaflets and threatening letters. Some Jewish houses have been marked with swastikas and, on more than one occasion, Jews have been beaten up by assailants whose motives evidently were not robbery. All evidence goes to show that anti-Semitism, if still not widespread, is at the moment on the increase," the correspondent says. "The publication of McCloy s letter," the article continues, "comes at a time when German government officials are becoming increasing worried by the number of Nazis securing key posts in federal ministries of the Bonn Government. A recent list of appointments to the Ministry of Economics shows that nearly 50 percent of the new officials who joined the Ministry since last December are men who have records as active members of the Nazi party." Pointing out that the same proportion of Nazis pervails in appointments to the new German foreign service, the Berlin correspondent emphasizes that these examples do not include "passive" members of the Nazi party who joined the Nazi ranks for "convenience" and took no part in political work during the Hitler regime. Israel Supports UN Stand On Aid To South Korea TEL AVIV. —John I. McCloy. American High Commissioner in Germany, this week expressed the opinion that there is no problem of "rising anti-Semitism" in Germany, although he admitted that anti-Semitic manifestations were in fact taking place. Mr. McCloy explained the recent anti-Semitic acts as "vestiges of anti-Semitism McCloy admit ted that "it is after years of vicious orientation ,j^ 1 ^ !" anfl then nerson3 and training" by the Nazis. ( Commissioner McCloy's estiI mate of the situation was con| tained in a letter to Mrs. Herbert Stein, president of a Jewish society of Seattle, Washington, j who had communicated to the High Commissioner her organization's concern over anti-democratic developments in German political and social life. The Commissioner's letter declared that "acts of anti-Semitism have alarmed not only you and other Americans, but have drawn increased attention from all the occupation powers and the German press." He also pointed out that in recent months West Ger_ r\*^t*A man President Theodor Heuss, | Rabb Kertzer tlected Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, the, NEWPORT, R. I., (JTA) — Parliament, various newspapers Rabbi Morris N. Kertzer of Rockand the churches have all spoken ville Centre, L. I., was elected true that now and then persons with active Nazi backgrounds attain office," but explained that "in these cases there are welldefined lines of procedure for checking the appointment to high office of persons considered inimical or dangerous to the aims and purposes of the occupation. Countering this is one of the continuing basic operations of the United States High Commissioner." As for restitution, Mr. McCloy stressed the difficulties encountered in getting the program (Continued on Page 4) out against anti-Semitism. This public expression of indignation has had a salutary effect, he added. president of the National Association of Jewish Chaplains of the U. S. Army and Navy at the end of its third annual convention Regarding the apointment of.here this week. Rabbi Israel former Nazi Party members to Miller of the Bronx was elected official positions, which was also secretary and Rabbi Joseph A. raised by Mrs. Stein, Commission-. Lief of Patchogue, L I., treasurer.



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PAGE TWO fJwisti fk rid for FRIDAY, JULY 7 I'll Say... June 12. —Sleeping, I became aware thai something %  changed. Opening my eye*, I aenaed the ship iiu longer moving. A circle of blue sky was visible through the round porthole. I got up and looked. Squares ol vi us shades of green checkered the foothills that rose out of the sea. it must bo lit land. The sight of land warms the heart after watching the sky meet the water for days A tender took us off the Mauritania to Cobh (pronounced Cove), the port city of Erie. After ( ustoma and stamping of passport. I got into the compartment of a quaint, green railroad coach. The train was drawn by a small antiquated engine, out of a picture book. The fresh spring countryside and the red brick tenement buildings struck a receptive chord after the monotony of the ocean. Attorneys The train stopped at Cork. I showed the taxi driver an address in my notebook. Is he the solicitor? Yes. I answered. 'Well, his office is quite near. You have his home address. It is a good distance lroni here." Take me to his office. I ordered. The cab man volunteered the information that Gerald G. Goldberg was a very prominent attorney, in fact the ablest lawyer in Cork County "If he can't get you off, no one can." the taxi driver assured me with confidential sympathy. It was cheering to hear about the high reputation of a Jewish lawyer among a people so religionationaliatic as the Irish. This estimate was confirmed and enhanced by more competent authority. Mr Goldberg, whose name I had from a relative, rei lived me with friendly courtesy. Prominent in the top leadership of the Irish-Jewish community, including his own Cork congregation of 300 souls, he ranks among the ablest solicitors in the land. In Dublin, he introduced me to his brother-in-law. Bernard Shillman, barrister, writer of legal textbooks, and author of "Jews in Ireland." From Mr. Shillman. I obtained a composite picture of the past and present Jewish community in Ireland. Legends The lovely Celtic imagination has erected a folkwhich connects ancient Ireland with the declining kingdoms of Judah and Israel. They fancy Prophet Jeremiah leaving the rums of Jerusalem Seeing Erie, The Emerald Isle By HARRY SIMONHOFT 195: and taking to Ireland the daughter of Zedikiah. the last king of Judah. A line of lush kings, they would have, are descended from the Jewish princess. Similar fairy talcs are woven around the pillow slab on which Jabob slept at Bethel. Th>s is the cornation stone of the English kings nw displayed at Westminister Abbev in London. Some even maintain that the Irish are descended from the lost ten tribes in Israel. MarratUM But the Jewish history of Ireland approximates the pattern in England. The Norman conquest in 1066 brought Jews to Britain with the battle of Hastings. During the following century, the Norman kings sent Jews into conquered Ireland. They evidently prospered and left after the 1290 expulsion from'England. The record is silent until the days of Queen Elizabeth. The Inquisition office of the CanaryIslands complains that Spanish-Portuguese Marranos were practicing Judaism openly in Dublin. While Cromwell was dictator, more Jews were trickling in; and during the 18th century a congregation was functioning with a synagogue, and a cemetery in the Ballybough section of the same city. The importance of the community could be inferred from the fact that during the middle 18th century, three attempts were made to pass a bill through the Irish (Protestant) Parliament, granting to Jews full rights of citizenship. Russian Jews As elsewhere, the Spanish-Portuguese group declined. In spite of stray arrivals from Germany or Poland, the Irish community would have disappeared. But during the 1880's the Czars initiated a major persecution and thereby revigorated Jews the world over. It is vain to speculate as to what would have happened had Russian Jews never ventured beyond the Czars' borders. American Jewry, the mightiest in history outside of Palestine, would have been a minor force. Hitler would have destroyed what remained after Soviet disintegration. Lithuanians Today, there are about 7500 Jews in all Ireland. Mainly from Lithuania, thev are cohesive. Orthodox, and integrated. Mostly in business or professions. they constitute a second generation English-speaking group, under intelligent lay and religious leade| It is not altogether accidental that Dr. Isaac Her former Chief Rabbi of the Irish Free State called to head the Rabbinate of what is now j Republic of Israel. Iri a sense he is a symbolic fjg,!j testifying to the vigor and maturity of EneliJ speaking Jewry. Absence oj Anti-Semitism Is there anti-Semitism in so intense a religij nation as the Irish? On the surface the traveler d3 not detect it. My friends say the masses are S ul prisingly free from it. They point to Jewish doctj whose patients are largely Gentile; to Jewish lawvet and clients whose treatment by judges and juries exceedingly fair. Perhaps the intense feeling again' the English absorbs other hatreds. Yet one senses a subconscious feeling of ultimas insecurity. Jews of Erie have always been ardS Zionists; today they are intently preoccupied wifoj the situation in Israel. Lawyers like Gerald Goldbena Herman Good and Michael Noyk rank high in char. I acter. ability and reputation. They are unquestionabli among Ireland's ablest. Yet they are not invited tl posts in the government; gentiles of far lesser staturr' are. The only Jew in government circles is Robert Briscoe. And he is elected to the Dail Eireann by i| Christian constituency in Dublin. He has a lont, honorable record for patriotic service prior to al during the War for Independence, as well as in tbj Irish Free State. But he is never mentioned for thel Cabinet, a position he is entitled to by experien,| ability and service. Michael Noyk defended General Sean McKeosI before a British court martial during the periloul war period. He prepared to forfeit his life by j smuggling in several guns so that the general mighll shoot his way to safety. Fortunately that night thel British declared an amnesty for all political prisoners,! and thus saved the lives of General McKeon and his 1 Jewish attorney. These facts are well remembered Yet solicitor Noyk has never been offered a judicial | post, though his friend and former client is Minister of Justice, and will be, they say, the next president It seems the government would like to reward their Jewish adherents but the power of Clericalism is entirely too strong. Film I %  - "" m "tributes inc. ,4 N.E. 24th St.. Miami Phon. j" 24 H• IIR lllllLuVrsl'llici l DWARD f NEWMAN. Funeral Bta


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8 )AY,JBLY 7, 1950 +Je*ist) nertdftan PAGE FIFTEEN UAL NOTICE %  V PUBLICATION 7IIT riil'KT OK THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Knit DADE • l.\ CHANCERY, No. JENBAIM, I'lalntlff, vs. nKXIIAIM, Defendant. foil DIVi 'KIT: EIOENRAI M [Street Mr York fcy notified that a Bill %  or Divorce has been I, anil you are rela ropy of your Answer the Kill of Complaint r Attorney, ALFRED 20 Lincoln Road, Miami and file the original lilini: In the office of Circuit Court on or Pay of August, 1950. If p, judgment by default { against you for the n the Bill of Com%  hall be published once %  our consecutive weeks srldlan. f*" ORDERED at Miami, %  eth day of July, AD. EATHKRMAN, Clerk, Jt, Dade County, Florida. Seal) PPM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. E8BITT d r Florida Plaintiff \ NOT! THE CI IV PUBLICATION UIT COURT IN AND LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW xi'TICK IB HEREBY OIVEN that th.. undersigned, desiring to engage In IPII-IM.SK under the fictitious name of aardan Court al 713 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, Intend to register Maid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile County, Florida. JACOB HN EIDER JENNIE HNEIDER 7/7-14-21-28 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that Hie undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Auditorium (lift Shop at number IMS Washington Avenue In the City of Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register the mid name with the Clark '.'/. ,he c,rt ult Court of Dade County. Florida. 7/7-,4-21.28 MAUR,CK G LDBKUli NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of isSfSP. ;'' '" l;l STORES at 12011206 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami. Florida, l? ten 5 t0 "K 1 "'-' salil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACQUES.ROHER, JR. „„„..„_ EDWARD MKHLKIt IH-RBERT H. HUTNKR Attorney for Jacques Roher, jr. and Kdward Mehier 6/30 7/7-14-21 ,xr -,.Jf ,OTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JtnSEP. KOR nAr> E COUNTY, No 508S ~ N CH NCB KY. Case F ^) !" i,X K,SHKR Complainant, vs. PORTER 1; KISHKR, Defendant. TO PORTER O. FISHER, 73 Grandvlew Avenue, Huntlngton, lng Island. N Y TO BERTRAM R. COI.EMAN, Attorney for Porter G. Pinner. Shoreland Arcade, Miami, Florida: n i. Y iSVi# Rr u h f re,, y ntl"ed that th. plaintiff herein, FREDA Y. FISHER ?i a 1 "9 _, th '" date led a motion for final judgment for arrears In Hupport ICdUNTY, FLORIDA.— ""?., ">'ntenanoe and to compel deFM rutionri.v v,. I'MI,IIH lenoani to convey certain uriuioro convey certain property. A hearing on said motion will be newrd on the 81st day of August 1950 at :S0 o'clock AM, or as soon tnerearter as counsel may be heard before the Hon. Stanley Mllledge In his Chambers at the Dade County courthouse. Miami. Florida, at which time and place you are required to appear personally or through counsel. I lease govern yourselves accordingly. Dated: June 30th. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. ,r~, n Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By L. O. MOORE, MORTON ROTHENBERG I>U,y !" Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 7/7-14-21-28 II BKV, NO. 133901). %  TNICK. Plaintiff, vs. TNICK. Defendant. .OTNICK IRKS AVENUE %  K NEW YORK HEREBY NOTIFIED I for divorce has been %  bl.1t you by MARTIN %  %  ntl you are required to ^ff your written defenses, Plaintiff's Attorney, rlglnal In the office of a Circuit Court on or y of August, 1950, in the Bill of Com].,.11111 confessed against you. y of July, 19T.0. LEATHERMAN, of the ClrcuR Court. Baal) 7M. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. LIANOFF tiff PUBLICATION ^ %  IT COURT OK THE KI.EVJS I Jl 1'IHIAI, CIRCUIT %  IN AND KOR DADE %  IN CHANCERY, No. is93. m. .IZABETHeiCURTIS. Plaintiff, vs. %  FALTER CURTIS, DeYOl ^BAM WALTER CURTIS, """Broad Street, Hillside, hereby notified that Hint for Divorce has at you, and you are a Hill 1 n filed ag itulred to iswer or mplaint on NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undeiKlxncd, desiring to engage in '!". .!?."* un ''er the fictitious name of .JAUK S OROCERY AND MARKET at 192 N.W. I4th St., Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT H. 1IUTNER Attorney for Jacques Roher, Jr. 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In iiM n atii'B d m !" "'•Htloiis name of SUNSHINE CURB MARKET at 300 Southwest 8th Avenue, Miami, Florida, uitunos to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN WEGBREIT Sole Owner MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND I-OR DA UK COCNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 132613. MARIA M. CULLI.N, Plaintiff, vs. WALTER N. aULLIN, Defendant. TO: WALTER N. CULLIN SMI N. W. 91st Street Miami, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY N O T IFIED that a complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your answer to said coiui>ialiit on plaintiff's attorney, MARX FABER. 412 Congress ni.it.-.. Miami. Florida, and file the original answer In the office of tne Clerk of Circuit Court, on or before July 24, I960, in default of which the complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 21st day of June, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit -Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. R. WILSON, Deputy Clerk. 6/23-30 7/7-14 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN-THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE lor > d l a: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK FI.ORIDA, IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 133611. AETNA FINANCE COMPANY, a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. IRA MONEY and BESSIE MONEY, his wffe, and LOV1NA M. TRIPP, Defendants. TO: IRA MONEY and BESSIE MONEY 265 N. E. 171st Terrace Uleta, North Miami Beach, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit for foreclosure of chattel mortgage covering the following dej scribed property In Dade County, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, ,ViL5 ,DA — IN CHANCERY, No. 13176 v. # MAGUIE ODAM, as Administratrix of the Estate of Atwell Odam, also known as Atward Odam, Atwood ,.,?,,.'""• Cnnrlp Odam and Charles Williams, deceased, Plaintiff, vs. MAMIE ODAM, Defendant. You, Mamie Odam, ill West 143 Street, New York, New York, are required to serve a copy of vour answer to the Hill of Complaint' for Declaratory Decree on plaintiffs attorney, Harold Shapiro, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Klorlda, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of this Court on or before July 31, ItTO, otherwise a Decree Pro Uonfesso will be entered against you. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK KLORIDA, IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 133406. ROBERTA KENDALL, I'lalntlff, vs. WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: • WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL 142 Columbia Heights, Apartment 8 Brooklyn 2. New York You WILLIAM KENWORTH KENDALL are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, WKINSTKIN, WKINSTEIN A WEINSTEIN, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of July, 1950. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive wctks In The Jewish Kloridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 12 day of June, A.D. 1950. E. U. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florid t. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. 6/16-23-30 7/7 If iviA-ru l '....'v.Vi'"; 1 £ THE This Notice will he published once SWSSSL Jl I?CIAI, CIRCCTU week for four consecutive weeks In ...,J', ( .,!' ,|,A IN AND KOR DADE 1 the Jewish Florlillan. .!.' ? r Y — I" CHANCERY, No. Dated June 27, 1950. ,133870. IN RE: ADOPTION OK ROBERT TKOFIIA) DUMENIGO, a MUM.. 1 TO: TBOFIU. KKRMIN DIMENIOO No. 2. St. Rafael, Camaguey, Cuba ?'2 U are hereby notified that AARON DIXON and JUDITH DIXON. his wife, have tiled a petition for the lli'"w^i < l <,n of HOBERT TEOFILO Dl H 1*. .N l< lO. You are hereby required to serve a -.^ P5 l t *2J n w *r to the petition copy of your Qn th *> petitioners solicitor and file ding to the Bill of .£,."*' in ,h office of th.11,1k _.e plaintiffs attorney, £ the C lrcu.lt Court of Dade County, %  922 Seybold Build' fu •',',' ','",' '"•'"'•' :; day of August, ^Plorlda. and file the 13 '' 1 *. and if you fall to do HO a decree %  kr or Pleading In the >'"' confesso may h.entered against ginal ASBtr %  Clfrk of the Circuit %  bet..1.' the 3rd das "' ^Bf you fail to d" so, ^ %  efault will IMtaken ^m the relief demanded (Complaint. ORDERED at Miami, !h d.iv of July, 1950. IATIIEKMAN. CHerk, I '.Hi.County. Kloi i.la Baal) WM. W. STOCK I NO, Deputy Clerk. IX 1 % %  EK JESey ^ill.iinK am" ({'torn. -14NOl %  alntlff E. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. R. WILSON. ...~. Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln ltnad Miami Beach, Klorlda 6/30 7/7-14-21 you in such suit. Dated July 3, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, ELRY STONE ,„, .. Clerk of Circuit Court. Attorney for Ar (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKINO, T. R. NUA0N Depu, >' cler Solicitor for Petitioners 412 Congress Bldg. Miami, Florida 7/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER PICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TAFT HOTEL at 1040 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Klorlda, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANNA FREED SOL FREED 1 Divan 1 Radio, table model 1 Day Bed 1 Card Table 1 Secretary Desk 2 Irons 2 Toasters 1 Singer Sewing Machine, Elec. 1 Cabinet 6 Chairs 1 Easy Elec. Wash. Machine 1 Elec. Krigldalre 1 oil Range 1 Table 3 Hollywood Beds 1 Walnot Chlfforobe 1 Walnut Dresser 3 Army Cots has been brought against you In the above Court, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to thn bill of, complaint on plaintiff's attorney, Marx Kaber, 412 Congress Bldg., Miami Florida, and file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the above Court, on or before the 24th day of July, 1950; in default of which the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed bv vou. Dated this 21st day of June, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. R. WILSON. Deputy Clerk. 6/23-80 7/7-14 1,11111, BNDER FICTITIOUS ME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that 1 desiring to engage.In the tl.'itl.'us naift* %  ocs at P. O. Box 4967, Ida, int.-nil to register til the Clerk of the 1 lade 1 'ounty. Florida, ENK C HEIMAN ER (.IPHANT NDER FICTITIOUS AME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that desiring to engage 111 the fictitious name of t MM S, W. 8th Street, ler said name with the Circuit Court of Dade WARD JOSEPHS' and E JOSEITIS rSAKOWlTZ .pull.'ant |ullding, IE COLUMNS FOR AL ADVERTISING IONE 2-1141 .VT !" ,,? Tlcp TO CREDITORS %  v T V,'"' XTV JUDGE'S COURT N AND KOR DACE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No! In He: ESTATE OF JOSEPH CHOJNACKI, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons HavL"^, LL. ". 1H or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of JOSEPH CHOJNACKY deceased, late of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County ( ourthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to aud presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date June 28. A.D. 1950. SOFIA CHOJNACKI. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of JOSEPH CHOJNACKI, Deceased. AMDS BENJAMIN Attorney for Sophia Chojnackl 6/30 7/7-14-21 torney Sol Freed 6/30 7/7-14-21 Anna Freed and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Neonlte Sign Company at 252 N. W 29th Street. Miami, Klorlda, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. EMIL FLUTIE ALBERT FLUTIE MORTON ROTHBNBERG Attorney for Emll Flutie 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring, to engage in business under the fictitious name of Bay Vista Family Liquor Store at 1339 Karthwest Seventh Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit tl-mrt of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN KRAME1SEN FRANK E. SOI.OMON Attorney for Benjamin Kramelsen 611. Blacayne Bldg. 6/16-23-30 7/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JIMMIES SUNDRIES at 39 S. W. Sth Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to reuister said name with the Clerk of t*e Circuit Court of Dade County, 7"orlda. NATHAN SEDLIK I AL RETSKTN ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Nathan Sedlik and Al Retskin 6/23-30 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 r.420 N. W. 37th Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorlda. STANLEY HIRSCH A. HIRSCH 6/23-30 7/7-14 ENTION rORNEYS! Floiidlan soItHjal notlctM. 9cia1 your Qua <7uorrcroMrria* at Phono 2-1141 — h fc NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COCNTY, KLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No, -'4435. In Re: ESTATE OF Charles E. Fine, Deceased. To All Credltora and AH Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Charles E. Fine, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. K. Blanton, County Judge of Dade Oiunty. and ffle the same In his orflce In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and pre...in.-.1 as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 Of the 1923 Probate Act. Date JuHe 27, A.D. 1950. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, As Administrator of the Estate of Charles E. Fine, Leceaned. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Administrator •/•• 7/7-14-11 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CHAPTER 20722—ACTS OF 1941 Kile A-l .Mil NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Jessie L. Zucker, holder of Countv Tax Sale Certificates numbered 1461 and 3632. Issued the 24th day of May. A. D. 1948, has filed same In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said certificates embrace the following described property. In the County of Dade, State of Florida, to wit: Ix>ts 17. IS A 19, Block 1, Plnedale. A Sub., Plat Book 22, Page 32, In the County of Dade, Slate of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 1461. The assessment of said property under the said certificate issued was In the name of Eva A. Stoneman. Lot 12, Block 54, Coral Gables Riviera Sec. Part 3, Plat Book 28. Page 44, in the County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 3632. The assessment of said property binder the said certificate Issued was In the name of Francis S. Grills. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, the property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in the month Of Augpst. A. D. 1950, which Is the 7th day of August. A. D. 150. Dated this the 26th day of June. A. D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Ctrcolt Court Seal) By N. C. "TBIUIKTT, I.uty Clerk. 6/10 7,7-14-lt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRC1TT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, 1 InRIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 113543. FLORENCE LINN PULLMAN. Plaintiff, vs. ALBERT 11. PULLMAN, Defendant. TO: ALBERT It. PULLMAN. 1923 Crotona' Avenue^ Bronx, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint ,for Divorce li.ts been filed against \ou, and yon are required to Kcrve* a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Theodore .1. Sakowltz, 922 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida! and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 17th day of July, 19.".0. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 16th day of June, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHKRMAN. Clerk Circuit Court, Dnde County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM". W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. 6/13-30 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 Florida Building Journal at 5926 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. PUBLISHERS, HOPKINS PUBLICATIONS DAVID SHUBOW, Owner 6/16-13-30 7/7 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 8 f PARTNERSHIP Chaffer has) withdrawn frem th.. SISSMAN LOAN COMPANY, 238 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Dade County, Florida, whjcji will henceforth be continued as a aele propel sw s ship by Meyer Sllbert who has asrAimed all the liabilities thereof. MEYER SILBERT JOSEPH SCHAFFER /U-l-84> 7/7 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD. IN AND Hill DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 41986. MORTON ROTHENBERG. Plaintiff, vs. COMPANIA ITAU TRAN8PORTES AEREOS, Defendant To Compania ltau Transportes Aereos, A Foreign Corporation, Axdrubal Do Nasclraento 436, Sao Paulo, Braill: YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to serve up-Mi Morton Rothenberg. 420 Lincoln Roa'. 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 8th day of June, 1950. W. CECIL WATSON. Clerk of Civil Court of Record. (Civil Court of Record Seal) By T. C. BLOUNT, JR.. Deputy Clerk. 6/16-22-30 7/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTI1 fOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ..f ROBERT A. PATRICK SALVAGE COMPANY at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Dade County. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorlda. HARRY J. LOUIS KARL WINTERS GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ. 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Applicants 6/23-30 7/7-14 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE KLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COCNTY — IN CHANCERY, No. 133429. L. E. POTTER and FANNIE O. POTTER, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. A. THEODORE SWEIGARD, et als. Defendants. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF KLORIDA: To the 1 '.t, ml.nits: A. THEODORE SWEIGARD. and if i: — : 1 i.l. his spouse, residence and address unknown: JAMES ALLAN, and If married, his spouse, residence and address unknown: ELIZABETH MCCARTHY, and If married, his or her spouse—resl dence and address unknown: EUPHEMIA THOMAS. and if married, his or her spouse—residence and address unknown. The names and existence of ssld spouses of the above named defendants being unknown after diligent search and Inquiry, and each and every of the above named Individuals, If living, and if dead, all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, lienors, assignees, trustees, or other claimants under them or either of them, deceased or otherwise, claiming Interest In the property 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 being in Dade County, Florida: Lot 4, Block 4, Revision .of CORAL VILLAS, a subdivision, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 8, Page 17, Public Records of Dade County, Florida: lx>t 11, Block 2. ELBARODA GROVE, Plat Book 18, Page 6. Section 30, Township 52 South Range 42 East. In the Town of North Miami, County of Dade, State of Florida: I,ot 12, Block 2, ELBARODA GROVE, Plat Book 18, Page 6. Section 10. Township 62 South. Range 42 East, In the Town of North Miami, County of Dade. State of Florida: You and each of you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint to Quiet Title to and remove clouds from the titles and equities to and In the above described property on DE COSTAS. MAER A FLOYD, 607 Biscay ne Building, Miami, Florida, attorneys for the plaintiffs. L. E. POTTER and FANNIE G. POTTER. his wife, and file the original of such Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13 day of July. 1950, otherwise th.. allegations of said Rill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by YOU: WITNESS my hand and the official seal of this court on the 13 day of June, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. DeCOSTAS. MAER AND FLOYD Attorneys Blscayne Building Miami, Florida •716-13-30 7/7



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>AY. JULY 7. 1950 +Jewlsti nor Mian PAGE THREE Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON—A number of vs who hold important jobs in government service prefer not be identified as Jews. Asant Secretary of Defense Marx /a is not in this category, eva, a native of Alabama, kaks with a quiet southern Iwl. He is very much a southern Itleman—perhaps much more I than certain Representatives it to Congress from southern Ites. An affable, bright young n of 35, Leva was chosen by esident Truman as Assistant cretary late last summer. Unsome colleagues in the itagon and other departments, ira likes it to be known that he | Jewish. Uthough not a "joiner" by tur<\ Leva has been closely asciated with things Jewish. In Alabama town of Selma, he tended the Talmud Torah of lishkan Israel Congregation, frhaps the reason for his punclal attendance was the fact that Is father, Leo Leva, was presient of the congregation and his sther taught at the Hebrew fchool. At the University of Alabama, eva helped out at the Hi lid Dundation. In 1937 he received be degree of Bachelor of Science. |e then went to Harvard for a |w degree and became an editor the Harvard Law Review. Leva rorked as a law clerk for Sureme Court Justice Hugo Black rum 1940 to 1941. In 1941 he iras appointed senior attorney in He office of the General Counsel the War Production Board. In year he became acting regional Ittorney for WPB in the Northern ihio and Michigan area. On July 4, 1942, Leva was comlissioned in the Navy with the rade of ensign and was assigned the amphibious force of the Atlantic Fleet. He served as excutive officer and navigator of f.S.S. LST 386—a landing ship rhich carried tanks directly to aemy shores. He was at Sicily, izio, SaWno and Normandy. was decorated, promoted to tutenant and ordered back to Bs)Tinton for duty in the ireau of Ships, Navy Departent. As an amphibious officer. feva, through combined operans, gained invaluable insight jto the problems of unified imand. |ln 1946 Leva became counsel the Fiscal Director of the kvy. Shortly thereafter, he was bpointed a special assistant to ie then Secretary of the Navy, fe late James Forrestal. I When Forrestal became Secrepry of Defense, in 1947, Leva was ^pointed Special Assistant to the ecretary of Defense. In addition his duties as special assistant, eva served from 1947 to 1949 as eneral counsel of the National lilitary Establishment. He was dominated by President Truman Assistant Secretary of Defense 1st August 27, was confirmed by lie Senate, and was sworn in on eptember 12. Leva is kjiown throughout the lovernment services as an exeptionally capable administrator, ast January the Washionton Junior Chamber of Commerce sected him as their annual choice |or "the outstanding young man government service." As part of his work to aid the r Jnited Jewish Appeal, Leva is phairman of the Honorary Advisory Committee of the UJA's lovernment division. Leva is married to a physician. )r. Shirley Pearlman Leva, who racticed medicine in World War They have two children. Leva's outlook was reflected in address he made recently bekre the Jewish War Veterans. said, "... a nation which can onor in this ballroom tonight jpaport To Review >L Boek At Luncheon lOscar Rappaport, Miami atpney, will review the best seller, i Measure of Freedom," at the &cheon club meeting of Sholem jdge, B'nai B'rith Friday, July [at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Mtaurant. The book is the Antipfamation League's annual sur' on bigotry and prejudice in United States. Louis B. Mayer at an inspiring ceremony which opened with the moving invocation given by His Eminence Francis Cardinal Spellman—a nation which can include in its Department of Defense General Joe Collins, a Catholic from Louisiana; and General Omar Bradley, a Protestant from Missouri; and Marx Leva, a Jew from Alabama—is a nation that is capable of that greater unification which will declare to all the world that the dignity and liberty of the individualregardless of race, creed, or color —will continue to constitute the basic premise on which is founded the government of the unified people of these United States of America." Shekel Sales Mount In I S. With one week remaining before the close of the countrywide campaign for Shekel registration on July 15, the twelve major Zionist organizations practipiating in the drive have reported a final wave of registrations to insure eligibility to select delegates to the twenty-third World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem on December 20, it was disclosed by Charles Ross of New York, chairman of the United States central Shekel and election board. The Shekel, which is purchased by Jews throughout the world for one dollar for the two-year Shekel, is the symbol of affiliation with the World Zionist Organization and entitles the holder to choose representatives to the World Zionist Congress, the top policy making body of the movement. Since the establishment ofthe independent State of Israel, Zionists have been attempting to decide upon a proCenter Will Take Over Ring Performance July 27 The Miami Jewish Community Center has taken over the full house of the University of Miami's Ring Theater for the performance of "Yes, My Darling Daughter," succesful Broadway comedy, on Thursday, July 27. Professor Warren Smith, visiting lecturer from Penn State who is conducting a summer workshop in ring theater technique for teachers, is directing the play and the cast will include university students. Tickets are available at the center and reservations may be made by calling 3-5489. gram which would be in keeping with the needs of Israel and their position as citizens of their respective countries. It is the Congress which is to make these decisions, reflecting the views of the various territorial Zionist groups and their individual members. Ml Scopus Group Plans Card Party Mt. Scopus Group of Hadassah will hold its summer social and card party in Burdine's-^ir-conditioned auditorium on Wednesday, July 12, at 1 p.m. Refreshments will be served and valuable prizes will be awarded, according to Mrs. Harry Lackey, chairman of the event. Tickets are $1.25 and reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Lackey at 4-909 or her cochairman, Mrs. K. C. Paul at 48-4687. Director In Philadelphia Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami, is spending his vacation in Philadelphia, where he is working towards his Ph.D. at Dropsie College. He will return to Miami the early part of August. In his absence, Hy Pomerantz, director of extension activities of the bureau, will be in charge. 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PAGE FOURTEEN *kistncrkik*n _2?AY,ig RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Temple iraei (fleform). 137 N.E. 19th SL Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. BaM nr 1 1 t ee t t-.v JJr. Kalian vfl eonduct Uu Jewish Community Cenler (ConierTitire). 2020 Polk St. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: ^. -> ..t 7 Baturda) morning sen I RabM H ili ir-ach on the Weekly Portion of I %  • IJIW T'Ferein Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Prides' evf-nlnj eervlcen at 1:11 p m Hatuidiiv | ;n a m. with Mlm-ha at C Ali rt-Fldentu in that area are in t'. a'' Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Minrha Friday! Saturday morninn Berttl H %  Mm. ha at (, follow. .1 by BkaJoi Bee doe Maariv folio Ially aervleea at ?.3<> am. and :4) p.m. Northside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Are. and 53rd St. I I B Smith will officialat services %  YM • nlnj. Sunday r< h....i ia--eevery Sunday it the office '•! I'r Wm Burns. K| N.W. CZml 81 Hi jnder di%  •• Uon of Ret Philip Fried at €701 N W 4ih Ave. on Mondays and Thur.vla: from 4 to 6 D.rr. Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase AreMiami Beach. e Friday nlitht at 6; Saturday t am Mtneha at p m. followed by Bhalo to Thursday am and <; H I> 01. All Young Ixrael innnlii-rs In the area re invited to attend North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Prfdaj evenlnf servloea at 8:1'. Saturday morning servlcea at 10. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Are. Saturday servlcei at b a.m. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. evening Mrvleei at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning aervicei at Bar Mltsvah of Lewia. eon f M .Mrs Jo.. |f>) ,., M,,,, ,,., ; ,, ronowed by Bhaloi Budm Bummer bool at ;• I North Shore Jewish Centex (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive, Miami Beach (Aits Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. Prlda y v j-. 8a til Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave„ Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. %  •in at I Mini i it l:li | Me* heloff will ; %  %  hi Wei Humi coai through i i %  ., at ofl Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St. Miami Beach. Friday evening i| |i M m ha .: % %  .! •.: sen : %  .at T :{ %  • I m ..:,.! .. IS n ni i Sunday mornli • Coral Gabies Jewish Cenler (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Shop;' Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. '• near Le Jeune. Babbath aervicei at t 4', %  m, Saturday, N ; WR *Hsious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Service*. Saturday morning at 1:00 o clodt. Israelite Center (ConserratiTe) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Kr:>ti> night servlres at €: Saturday morning at Dally services at a.m. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, cantor. day evening the rabbi ill be held In the V pa-.. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (ConserratiTe), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 1:41 Saturday morning at 9. Daily >< n and ~ v m. Congregation Beth Tlilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid AT.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack ovsky. Friday evening services at *:43. Saturday morning at l:M. The rabbi ally serv%  I 7 30 a.m. followed by class In Mishna. Minrha services at I', followed on Sunday*. Tuesda>'s and last In Last and Cusand on Mondays and Wednesdays by class In Jewish I-egends of the Talmud. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Are. Rabbi Simon April Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening •• at :45. ly morning at lo .. m Mini ha a! 6 45 followed B] Meal Dall) service 7:30 a m and t:4j j> m Hebrew *< h<*.| from Si a m. to noon Tempi* Betn Shoiom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronisfa; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 1:18. Rabbi l.eon Kmnlsh will officiate and deliver the sermon. 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Y 7, 1950 +Jewlsti Ikrkfian PAGE THIRTEEN n District Of Workmen's Circle Meet Here Labor Day Weekend ern District of the Circle will hold its tional office and English speaking section, as well as from the Jewish Labor Committee. The headquarters for the conference will be the group's Lyceum at 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Hosts for the conference will be Workmen'* Circle Branch 692 of Miami Beach and its Women's conference and mark anniversary of the Labor Day weekend Beach, according to etary Joseph Duntov, urned from the ten1 convention in New te he was district %  ve. %  Vention opened in %  uare Garden in the I 20,000 persons with He massed outside %  pud-speakers, Duntov Jecretary of Labor B>in who represented Truman delivered a ^Congratulatory speech %  William O'Dwyer •^scroll of welcome to delegates Mrs. Eleanor ivelt received conclave deleVHvde Park Library Bed them to the nairine, where a wreath was %  the grave of the late resident Roosevelt. Federal Selrity Administrator Oscar Ewing issed the problems of the %  Circle and William fcident of the AF of L, %  s history. Bave in Miami Beach ^M to attract several •legates from the six Bates. There will also %  ntatives from the naClub with Branch 699 of Miami and its Women's Club and the English speaking branch 1050 participating. Children At Gables Camp Mt. Sinai To Open Clinic Monday Mt. Sinai Hospital will open its new out-patient clinic 6n Monday, President Max Orovitz announced this week. All medical and surgical services available at the hospital will be provided for persons unable to pay for services of a private physician. Orovitz said heads of each hospital department will direct the similar department of the clinic, and the entire staff will assist. The medical clinic will be open Monday from lo io n, uu „ostetrical and gynecological clinic Tuesday from 9 to 12 11 and the surgical clinic Wednesday from 10 to 11. "Arrangements have been made for the reception, diagnosis and of all patient s," Sixty children ranging in age from six to 12 are enrolled at Camp Coral, newly organized j treatment summer day camp serving the I Orovitz revealed. Coral Gables and Southwest area "i n addition to serving amaccording to Dr. Donald Michelbulatory patients, the out-patient so£ director | department will also follow up Handicrafts music, dramatics, m discharged hospital cases, as' [Center Will %  ebrew School fclite Center will open rew school in Septemrevealed at a semioard meeting of the [week. Irving Sperling High Holiday services %  unced by Sam Eisner ^ %  Kn, who disclosed that %  the services will be on [ Wednesday night at the korts were given by 111 swimming and competitive athletics are included in the program, which is under the direction of Morris (Chuck) Klein, head counselor. Reservations are now being accepted for the second session which will get underway Monday. July 24, Dr. Michelson said. Parents interested in the camp may contact staff members by phoning 48-2431, or writing to Camp Coral, 3306 Ponce De Leon Young Zionists Plan Picnic Miami Beach Young Zionist District will sponsor a picnic Sunday, July 9. at the home of David Adler, 853 Sunset Drive, South Miami. Motorcades will leave the Miami Beach Jewish Center and Miami Jewish Community Center at 11 a.m. Swimming and games will be on the agenda and lunches will be prepared by the girls. Chairman of the affair is Suzanne Kochen. Her aides insuring the maintenance of a vitally important continuity of interest and care." Another function of the department is protection of community health. Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mt. Sinai, said additional clinics, including hygiene, dental, physical therapy and rehabilitation will be opened later. State Welfare Grants Total $274,090 In Dade Public welfare grants totalled $274,080.07 in June in Dade County, but many of those receiving old age and blind assistance will receive less in July, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the District 9 Welfare Board, said last week. Because state taxes have not been pouring into the state treasury in sufficient amounts to meet full appropriations made by the legislature, only 90 percent of appropriated funds is being released by the State Budget Commission for the first three months of the new fiscal year beginning July 1. The State Welfare Board has for most of the current fiscal year met full grants of those in need up to the maximum allowed by law and rules and regulations. Mrs. Myers pointed out. The number of persons seeking and being granted assistance is constantly rising, so that on the basis of 90 percent of appropriations, all the needs of those receiving assistance cannot be met. Reductions were made in grants \ for needy dependent children in i May, and that same percentage, | of 66 percent ol the "budgetary deficit," is to be continued. In April. To Hold Outdoor Services Until its new chapel is built, Temple Isaiah will conduct its Friday evening religious services in the patio of the Miami Beach Y. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, spiritual leader, observed: "I believe ours is the first Jewish ocngregation in this area to conduct religious services outdoors. We are reminded of our ancestors, who after being freed from slavery in Egypt, were in the desert without a permanent temple. They prayed in the open with only the heav\ns as a roof. So until we have our own chapel built, which we hope will be soon, we shall also worship under the stars." FINEST QUALITY .nan %  HDABLE DOMESTIC ELP RELIABLE DAY f WORKERS $5.00 PLOYMEMT SERVICE • n 1-5317 — %-*TTJ N. E. Mh ItrHt IEIDENBERQ, Ownir Beach Residents Win Name-A-Cottage Contest Two residents of Miami Beach were among the winners in the Name-A-Cottage contest conducted by Andron's Loon Lake Hotel, Franklin County, N. Y., it was announced by David S. Andron, managing director of the 3,500acre resort. The winners, who will receive a free one-week vacation at the hotel, are Bessie Lesser, 510 West 31st St. and Morris Silverberg, 420 Lincoln Road. Mrs. Lesser suggested Four Winds as the name for one of i the 46 cottages at the AdironLennie Schwartz, Marty Oppen-! dac ks resort. Silverberg's entry %  Sandier N-.t Shenk ouianne ^ocnen. ner aiaes inKris Goldlnbers """ ?> U i* j* b Cowen Jerry Miller. heim. Bunny Jacobs and Stanley Grief. • ftllow feti iceartuf •*air IWHI yM tUaf •• '• ball wid *y tWUf kw fkk. f w*44i.f ri.f. iloit lh. T tW Iht MtUl ktt | •**• t t|iUUoi pvitiag thta I* Hilcrll w.ddinfl laritattea. tasty %  ikt ctitMMMhi lath's lilt .ngiYini. NM* "d Coo. will buy li. k.it %  oil rafciUatUl Mriaf. MM thtr.'i loauct %  \kt tit [TOO wut to %  %  • iU itj. Until do it isi yoi I •? MUtolt *•*. y Cnp-avinf Ctmfmny m N.L torn* mm mifHONI^t-aiM 12 U.S. Athletes Will Compete In World Maceabiah was Celebrity House. 51 Association Women Install Mrs. Charlotte Plissner was installed as president of the 52 AsNEW YORK. (JTA) —Twelve sociation Auxiliary of Greater outstanding athletes, headed by | Miami at a dinner recently in the Henry Wittenberg of New York. I Saxony Hotel, Miami BeachOlympic 191-p6und wrestling Seated as vice presidents of champion, and Frank Spellman of York, Pa.. Olympic middleweight weieht-lifting titleholder. were named this week to compete in the Third World Maccabiah in Israel, September 27 to October 9. The announcement mas made bv Charles L. Ornstein and Col. Harrv D. Henshel, co-chairmen of the United States Committee for Participation in the Third World Maccabiah. The National Jewish Welfare Board, which represents the American Jewish community in the Amateur Athletic Union of the United. States and in the United States Olvmpic Committee, will officially certify the athletes selected. The entire American squad, consisting of approximately 60 athletes, will leave for Israel in September so as to arrive in time for the games which are being held in conjunction with the Succoth. The invitation to the United States was extended by the World Maccabiah Union through the JWB. Rabbi Mann To Speak Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will speak on "Wealth and Happiness" organization, formed to provide entertainment for inmates of veteranf' hospitals, were Mrs. BerniceBurke, Mr. Helen Steinberg, Mrs. Ida Wildman and Mrs. Shirley Gardner. Mrs. Emily Goldberg is recording secretary, Mrs. Pauline Gershon, financial secretary, and Mrs. Sally Firestone, treasurer. Forming Polo Team Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith is organizing a polo team, according to Sanford Swerdlin, local attorney. This will be the only all-Jewish polo team in the country, he said. Nazi Judge In Argentina MONTEVIDEO, (JTA) — Dr. Julian Simon, the Nazi judge who sentenced the Palestinian war heroine, Hannah Szenesh, to death a/ter she parachuted into Europe to aid in the underground transfer of Jews to Palestine, is now living in Argentina, the local Yiddish daily, Folksblatt, reported. Seiden Back On Air on the program of the Rabbinical Jewish Forum Hour, has returned Association of Greater Miami on | from a snori nwtiui i c.v. Sunday. July 9, at 9:30 a.m. over be heard over WFEC from 2:30 station WKAT. 'to 3 p.m. on Sunday. BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN LAKE FRONT Coo! Housekeeping OottaiceB — I'nbinn — Hleenln* Porches Boating, Swimming, Fishing. 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