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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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
; 23NUMBER 28
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
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Countries Send Non-Committal
To UN On Korea Resolution
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SUCCESS, (JTA) Iraq,
ludi-Arabia and Yemen
Be joined Labanon in
j non-committal reply to
Nations in support of
My Council resolution of
rtiich called for a cease-
Corea and ordered the
^reans to halt their in-
South Korea.
|plies do not specifically
the Security Council's
of June 27 which calls
kbers of the UN. "to
[such assistance to the
m of Korea as may be
Ar to repel the armed
^knd to restore inteina-
Heace and security in the
I
ction on the part of the
ibers of the Arab League
expresses disapproval of
Bid taken by Egypt in ab-
>> ifrom support of the Se-
fcouncil resolution on aid
Bea. A reported Saudi
ib ii I note to Cairo was under-
go stress that Egypt's
I ran "counter to Saudi
I policy."
(reported rom Cairo that
disappointed over the
resolutions of the other
s. The most influential
ts in Cairorepresent-
the Wafd Party and the
rvative political forces
pressed surprise and
the action of the other
Arab League members and critic-
ized them for failing to demons-
trate pan-Arab solidarity.
U.N. Secretary General Trygve
Lie this week sent to General
Douglas MacArthur, commander
of the U.S. forces in Korea, the
same blue-white UN. flag which
flew in Palestine during the U.N.-
supervised truce negotiations. The
flag was presented to chief U.S.
delegate Warren Austin for trans-
fer to MacArthur.
sh Family
ms Labrador
AGUE, (JTA) The
I the Portuguese Jewish
Be La Penha to the pos-
W Labrador, Canadian
Ha, was revived here this
Hr four descendants of the
venha family who started
Bi for documents to "prove
Bvely" their right to the
Hi a, Reuters reported.
Hding to records secured
descendants of the De La
family in Canada and in
Hi, King William the Third
Htin was saved from drown-
a shipwreck in 1695 by
H De La Penha, an Am-
^ma Jewish merchant. In
Hde King William gave the
Ht Penha hereditary tenure
Hr of Labrador. This grant
legalized in 1697 in a docu-
signed at Het Loo Palace
tilland and renewed in 1732
|768, the descendants of the
Penha family claim.
of the descendants, Tobias
of Montreal, discovered in
[the original 1732 and 1768
nents. Some time later, a
ian in London found the
il 1697 document between
eaves of a book borrowed
'the Dutch library there.
Labrador case came to light
|B7 when Isaac De La Penha,
bntreal Jew who is a direct
tndant of the Amsterdam
lant, filed a lawsuit claim-
Labrador. The case had been
ared for a period of several
and a representative of the
jy was going from Holland
'arnda to support the claim
ehalf of all the descendants,
fever, the second World War
te out while the case was
er consideration and it was
eyed. Many members of the
lily were killed in the German
centration camps.
le case came up again after
war, when a number of Bel-
descendants sought to con-
P. H. Melhado, one of the
Itch descendants. Mr. Melhado
now formed a commission
ether with other descendants
[the De La Penha family to
Itact all other direct descen-
ds living outside Holland and
begin another suit.
Israel Seeks
French Loan
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Israel has
applied to France for a second
$15,000,000 long-teTm loan, it was
revealed here this week by the
French commercial attache.
Speaking to a press conference
he said that the first $15,000,000
had been granted over the period
of the first six months of this
year fox the purchase of French
goods.
The attache said that the ap-
plication was made by David
Horowitz, Israel Under Secretary
of the Finance Ministry, last week
during conferences with French
officials. He added that the French
Finance Ministry has been
ordered to give the application
immediate attention.
Israel's development over the
last two years has inspired great
confidence in France, he said,
and France is willing to- assist
the Jewish state by allowing
Israel to use capital goods of
Jews migrating to Israel for the
payment of French products, as
well as by purchasing all Israel
goods which can find a market
in France and facilitating French
investment in Israel industry.
The attache expressed the hope
that the France-Israel trade pact,
which has been in negotiation
for many months, will be con-
cluded soon. He said that France
will give all possible aid to the
development of Israel air and
shipping line's.
Purge Of Jewish
Officials Seen
In Poland
BOSTON, (JTA)All Jews will
be removed fro important public
positions in Poland and will be
replaced by Russian citizens, it is
predicted in a report published
here by the Christian Science
Monitor.
The report says that the purge
of Jewish officials is to be ex-
pected as a result'of Marshall
Konstantin Rokossovsky's becom-
ing the chief of the Politburo in
Poland. Polish-born Rokossovky
"is known for his anti-Semitic
attitude," the paper says, adding
that he also has the reputation of
being a "specialist in conducting
purges."
The first high Jewish official
to be removed was Jacob Berman
who, from the very beginning of
the present Polish government's
existence, has been known as
Moscow's liaison man, the Monitor
reveals. Another prominent Jew-
ish figure rumored as marked foi
demotion is Hilary Mine, Polish
Minister of Commerce and In-
dustry, the report says.
"The fact that Marshal Rokos-
sovsky is known for his anti-
Semitic attitude strengthens the
belief that he has orders to make
personnel changes that gradually
will result in complete elmina-
tion of Jews from public affairs
in Poland," the article says.
Marshal Rokossovksy himself is
expected to take Mr. Berman's
place as secretary of the Polish
Communist Party. Jewish spokes-
men say that dismissed Jews will
go to Moscow, ostensibly for a
Israeli Parliament Upholds Cabinet
Decision To Support UN Stand On Korea
JERUSALEM, (JTA>The Israel Parliament this week upheld
the Cabinet's decision to support the United Nations Security
Council resolution calling for aid to South Korea.
In cne of the tensest moments since the inception of the
Jewish state, and following an exceedingly acrimonious debate,
the Knesset adopted a vote of I ,____. ..
confidence by 68 to 20, with eight abstentions. Previously, a Mapam
--------------------------------------------! motion for a vote of no confidence
was defeated by 79 to 19, with
the right-wing Herut refusing to
join the left-wing Socialists de-
spite its own opposition to the
government.
The debate was closed for the
government by Premier David
Ben Gurion who declared that the
threat of war has not yet passed,
but "has been decreased by the
action of the United Nations."
He called the Security Council's
Israeli Diplomats
Briefed On Korea
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Imoptrant
conferences of top-ranking Israel
diplomats from several countries
are taking place here under the
chairmanship of Foreign Minister
are
Turks Quizzed On
Discriminatory Tax
ISTANBUL, (JTA)The ques-
tion of the levying of a discrimi-
natory tax on Jews and other
minorities in Turkey in 1942 has
been raised in the Turkish Parlia-
ment by a deputy of the Democrat
Party, which recently upset the
30-year-rule of the Republican
People's Party. The tax spelled
economic ruin for many Turkish
Jews.
The deputy Sinan Tekelioglu,
asked the Democrat Finance
Minister, H. Ayar, to report ~~on
the discriminatory tax, known as
Varlik, and its effect. The Minis-
ter refused to speak of the effects
of the law, terming them "shame-
ful" but said that the measure
itself embodied concepts of jus-
tice which did not jibe with the
traditions of the Turkish state.
Mr. Tekelioglu has insisted that
the Minister reply more fully,
and Mr. Ayar has asked for more
time.
Under the terms of the 1942
law, commissions of Turkish citi-
zens were authorized to prepart
secret estimates of the wealth of
their neighbors who were mem-
bers of national minorities. The
commission did not have to use
any previously prepared govern-
ment tables of taxation and in
most rases the taxes levied were
enormous. Many members of
minority groups, including Jews,
were forced to liquidate their
businesses and other assets to
meet the tax. Those who could
not pay the levy were deported
to forced labor camps.
of special importance as a
result of the stand taken hy the
Israel government on the conflict
in Korea.
It is understood that Mordecai
Namir, Israel's Minister to Mos-
cow, has received specific in-
structions from the Foreign Office
here which he will convey to the
Kremlin if, and when, required.
So far the Soviet government has
not asked Israel for any explana-
tions with regard to the latter's
stand on the Korean issue.
It was learned this week that
immediately after the Israel
Cabinet had adopted its decision
to support the U.N. Security
Council resolution on Korea, im-
visit as has often occurred before, portant officials of the Israel
but that this-time they will not'Foreign Office visited the Soviet
return, and that they will not be l Minister in Tel Aviv and ex-
allowed to leave the Soviet plained to him the Cabinet's
Union." I stand.
Moshe Sharett. The conferences | action the "greatest blow against
aggression" since the last World
War.
"Our stand as world citizens
has been greatly strengthened by
the government's decision," he in-
sisted, adding that it was only
from this point of view that the
government made its decision.
"Israel," he said, "faces a tremen-
dous moral problem: world peace
and peace for Israel, or aggres-
sion. We are a small nation, but
we have to stand on our own,
unbiased and unbribed."
The Premier's speech was punc-
tuated by shouts of "untrue, lie"
from the left-wing benches. The
Speaker of the House was forced
to call several members to order
during the course of the speech.
Earlier, the Cabinet heard a
report by Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett on Korean developments
and on world reaction to the con-
flict. The Cabinet also discussed
financial problems in connection
with immigration and absorption.
It appointes a special Ministerial
committee to deal with the is-
suance of permits to Israelis de-
Miami To Assume Responsibility For
54 More New American Families
The Greater Miami Jewish com- _.,... .v
munity will assume responsibility *^2, fr N?.w Iif^ sTin8 to go abroad on various
for 54 additional New American
families expected to arrive here
in 1951.
The new quota was approved
by the executive committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, meeting in emergency
session at the behest of the United
Israel Attache,
I S. Official
Discuss Korea
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Israel
Charge d'Affaires Moshe Koren
discussed the Korean situation
with Acting Assistant Secretary
of State Raymond Hare at a
meeting which lasted over an
hour.
Mr. Koren pointed out, how-
ever, that the purpose of his visit
to the State Department was not
to inform the American govern-
ment of Israel's condemnation of
North Korean aeeression. This
expression, he said, was com-
municated directly from Israel to
United Nations Secretary-General
Trygve Lie. The Charge d'Affaires
was accompanied by Colonel
Chaim Herzog, chief Israel mili-
tary, air, and naval attache in
the U.S.
(A report from Cairo stated
that the United States govern-
ment had communicated its
"shock" over the Egyptian gov-
ernment's abstention on the U.N.
Security Council's Korean resolu-
tion to the Egyptian Foreign
Minister, Mohammed Salan Eddin
Bey. The dispatch said that Amer-
ican Ambassador Jefferson Caf-
fery had spent an hour with
Eddin Bey during which he in-
formed the Arab leader that
Egypt's present attitude "would
not encourage us to help Egypt if
the occasion arises on other
matters.")
national agency responsible for mjssjons.
bringing Jewish Displaced Per-___________________
sons into this country.
The action was prompted by the |J||C Puklickarc
recent enactment of a more, PlUMl I UUII JllCI J
liberal DP law. As a result of
this law, 11,500 Jewish refugees ;|
will soon be admitted into the
country. j NEW YORK. (JTA)Competi-
Of this number, the Jewish tion between two American music
community of the city of New publishing companies over one of
York will assume responsibility j Israel's army songs which is now
for 3,500. The remainder will be I popular in the United States re-
feud Over Song
sponsored by Jewish communities
throughout the country.
Under the terms of the old DP
act, Miami has provided assur-
ances for 108 families. Sixty-six
of these families hav-? already
sought haven here and 42 more
are yet to come.
Major operational responsibility
for the resettlement of the New
Americans has been designated to
the Jewish Social Service Bureau,
which works in close cooperation
with national and overseas
agencies. Also assisting with this
service are the National Council
of Jewish Women, which con-'
suited in legal action in New
York, attracting unprecedented
attention on the part of song
writers.
The song under dispute is
"Tzena," a Hebrew word meaning
"walk out." It was composed in
Tel Aviv by a I. Michrovsky-
Miron during the Arab-Israel war
and became popular not only
among the soldiersbecause it
invites the girls to come out into
the streets to see the Israel
soldiers marchingbut also in
collective settlements, in cafes
and even among school children.
It did not take long for the
f U^i^?hf .ir^^nS &* to reach the United StSieS'
JLZ^l^t^ZS~Z\"'tere Cromwell Music, Inc., had
^^^?^^i^r;a?^!the text translated into English
and published it. "Tzena" soon
became a "hit" song on records
agency which attmepts to find
employment for them.
Communists Demonstrate
In 3 Israeli Cities
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Com-
munist demonstrations against the
Israel government's stand on
Korea were held this week in
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa.
In this city some 50 persons
marched through the streets
carrying Hebrew and English
banners reading: "Hands Off
Kor.ea," "We Want Peace" and
"End American Aggression." The
demonstrators attracted little at-
tention.
In Tel Aviv several hundred
Communists carried banners
reading: "Israel for the Israelis,
Korea for the Koreans."
and on the radio and in night
clubs. However, a New York com-
poser. Yudl Grossman, after hear-
ing the song, wrote to the Tel
Aviv composer asking his per-
mission for improving on the
music. He also asked Cromwell
Music to recognize Michrovsky-
Miron's rights to royalties.
When Cromwell rejected this
request, Grossman in his and
Michrovsky-Miron's behalf au-
thorized the Mills Music Publish-
ing Company to publish the song.
Cromwell then sued Mills on the
grounds that the song was copy-
righted by Cromwell. Grossman
instituted a suit against Cromwell
for appropriating "Tzena." Each
side is seeking $50,000 damages.


PAGE TWO
"MnisHhrAMar
FRIDAY
17/ Say...
June 20. The US. should by rights have been a
d replica "of Britain. Both countries have
i the so-called Anglo-Saxon tradition. But
and developed its peculiar
lization. Their difference might to some extent be
_ud by their prospective reaction to the terrorism
culminated in the unfortunate hanging of the
British sergeants in a grove near Tel Aviv by
Ijgua during the disturbances preceding the Israeli
fdr independence.
A similar atrocity against American boys would
called forth spontaneous anger and violence
throughout the USA But in England
a mob in Liverpool contented itself with smashing
some glass of synagogues and store windows. Today
are about 30 Jewish members of Parliament.
elected by Christians in the various districts of the
British Isles. It is perhaps true that the Englishman
along party lines But wouldn't American
Voters have been swayed by personal resentment
rather than political principles?
English Jewry
To some extent a similar distinction differentiates
the Jews in both countries. The conservatism of
English Jewry is reflected in the Orthodoxy that
sterns to resist all modern innovations. In contrast
to America. English Jewry is centripetal with its
central point focused on the Chief Rabbi in London
While by no stretch of the imagination a papacy, the
organized Chief Rabbinate of Britain is a powerful
institution and wields a strong influence upon
religious and communal life. It remains the bastion
of Orthodoxy to the extent that the inroads of
m. or so-called Liberal Judaism, are quite
negligible.
Its Conservatism
Thus surrounded by the conservative example of a
Christian society, and held together for a centurv
by a well-knit organized Rabbinate, the English
her. well-mannered, and community minded.
He has an innate respect for the synagogue, for the
nate, for Judaism. Nor is he torn by the con-
flicting urges to escapism to forsake his group, if not
hw religion, as has been rampant on the American
scene in the pre-Hitler days Nor is his attachment
the result of a sullen defeatism that finally recogr.
the futility i f masking and passing. He thus remains
a faith, his community, and his oBligations
rael: has no hankering for the social
Breakstone's Sour Cream
Comes In New Container
Liverpool, Manchester, York, Newcastle
By HARJRY SIMONHOFT
snobbery that ultimately ends in conversion and
assimilation.
Its Loyalties
For those who face the rapid assimilation into a
tolerant people with a high culture. England serves
as a standing refutation Here Judaism is stronger
todav than a centurv ago when a Disraeli, a Palgrave.
a He'rschel found it expedient to join the church in
order to realize their ambitions The high distinction
attained by Montefiore. Reading. Montague.
Swathling. Melchett. Samuels. Shinwell. and the
Rothschild dynasty demonstrates that apostasy If. BO
requisite for honor or position. Those "Grand Dukes"
as Zangwill called them, opposed Zionism on the
same ideological grounds as voiced by the American
Council for Judaism- But events have completely
discredited their philosophy. English Jews are proud
of the achievements in Israel and as a consequence
hold their heads higher.
Yet Rabbis as well as laymen love Britain deeply.
They welcome the spiritual stimulus of Israel: they
are assisting to their fullest in the creation of a sound
Eretz Yisroel. But thev show neither inclination nor
intention of leaving England. They belittle the
dangers of anti-Semitism and regard the high main-
tenance of British Judaism a Deity of supreme im-
portance.
Old York
June 22. I just had to visit York if for no other
reason than to see the city that gave New York its
name. The chief attraction lies in its quaint medieval
atmosphere that charms the visitor. Saw teeth walls
still surround part of old York. The vast, nobly
proportioned 12th century cathedral makes you
wonder if the age that produced an edifice of such
magnitude and architectural beauty can so glibly
be dismissed with the disparaging term medieval It
was a hard and cruel age: but so was the Nazi era
in the midest of the 20th century with its great
scientific attainments.
Its Medieval Atmosphere
Passing through the shambles, where cattle were
slaughtered in the open narrow street with gutters to
drain off the blood. I wandered into the middle ages.
I could touch simultaneously the Tudor houses on
both sides of the narrow lanes. It Ftruck me that the
Ghettos, which the writers bemoan the sun never
entered, were not any narrower than other streets
of those days. I reached the rocky hill, on which stood
A
add
due
the Norman castle. Only the round tower
Mass Suicide **
Here occurred one of the gruesome tr
Jewish history. In York, which ranked i
London in the 12th century, lived a nr
Jewish community At the coronation of n? ?
Lion Hearted the Jews brought some rich
the new king. As the committee entered ft!
with their offerings, the mob attacked an*1
them. The pogrom spread rapidly thought
When the news reached York, the entir*
population sought refuge in the castle. The
withdrew and left them in charge. The mobiaiti
and demanded surrender. The Jews held^2
several days. They knew the temper of tw!
thirsty besiegers. They decided to kill each
Their last survivor, the Rabbi, killed himyif'
Newcastle and Gatehead
June 24. My picture of Newcastle was a
mountain-stacked with coal and a big sing |
bring coal to Newcastle." Instead I foundV
city, thriving and bustling, even by
standards. Close by is Gatehead. a town i
100.000. Rabbis of Liverpool and Manchester '
me not to miss seeing the Yeshiva, a veritable VJ
The Yeshira \
In this English Volozhin, slight young men|
hard benches, swaying over tomes of the ni
the Medrash. the Tosaf ists. Beards were sprouts
some of their pale, clear complexions. But then
in the native Yorkshire vernacular Here
genuine old world Yeshiva taking root on
soil.
I left the school in a taxi and sat musing as tg|
value of transplanting the Ghetto spirit of pj
and Lithuania into England. Wasn't its day J
Why not let the dead past bury its dead. Tht^H
stopped, and the driver said. "Sir, this is the kJ
Wall." I got out to inspect the ruins of thTj
which Hadrian built between Newcastle and Cars!
to keep the barbarous Picts and Scots out of Bed
It suddenly occurred to me that this was the I' '
who crushed Bar Kochba and had Akibs
alive for teaching Judaism, which was forbidda
imperial decree.
The Romans are gone forever. Hadrian's
wall is a series of broken mounds. But nearby
English Yeshiva Bachunm are keeping alive
ethos of Gamaliel and Akiba.
mirtime is dairy tin*
cause cool, nourishing di
go naturally with hot
i by
summer heat will perk up. for:
tanee, at the snowy whiteness!
0* im. Besides being de- :
Ui pot che. rht..
blintzes, and similar I sour,
''"' m excellent base for
d sauces. It i
replace the "fat" called for in
recipes for pancakes, waffles,'
muffins or biscu
Breakstone's have announi
that their sour crean
in ;-. brand-new, colorful
' put up in a beauti-
ful glass with an Blos-
som patterna sturdy
dut} aefu] .,-.
tuner dr.-
as a shaker for i ..-
ite milk .
' i cooking an I
Int I to si
3 In addition, it h
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ter.
im is
A
famous Br.
E \ Dairy P
Breakstones cottage chee
{ream cheese bars, and whii
butt-
MI Mere Yiddish.
Catalogued In Itu
Over fcio volumes written in
Yiddish and Hebrew have recent-
n catalogued in the Bureau
of Jewish Education library
bringing the toal number of books
close to 2500 volumes, according
to Louis Schwartzman. executive
director.
"The public is invited to use
the library and its many files
for pleasure reading during the
summer and for program ma-
terial." Schwartzman said. "Book*
"Ml- 10 Age ( lull
I o Hold Ha nee
The 30-40 Age Club of the
Miami Beach Y will hold its first
quainted social and dance
at the Town and Beach Club on
Saturday, July 15. at 8:30 p.m.
Entertainment, prizes, square
and social dancing arc on the
agendl M will be provided
and his on hi
ible at V and
Town and Beach Club.
Hebrew Volumes
reau Uforarv
may be taken from the library
for a period of two weeks. There
is no rental fee."
Among the Yiddish books
; recently catalogued are the com-
plete works of Sholom Aleichem.
Y. L. Peretz. Mendele Mocher
' S'forim, Sholom Asch, Heinrich
Heine, Guy De Maupassant, Zal-
nan Shneur. Emil Zola and
Baruch Spinoza. Hebrew books
include the works of David
Frishman, Yehuda Steinberg,;
i Chaim Nachman Bialik. as well as
translations of Don Quixote,
William Tell and Hamlet.
The library, located in the
bureau's offices. 318 Congress
Building, will be open all summer
Monday through Friday from 9
| a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Flagler-Granada Jewish ("im-
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Matheson Hammock
Picnic Grounds. Joseph Masters,
president, has announi
There will bo games and prizes
for children as Well as adults.
Admission will be free and all
drinks plu,s ice cream for the
children will be on the house. All
are asked to bring lunch.
The membership committee
under the chairmanship of Daniel
Honoroff is in charge of the affair
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UDAY, JULY 14, 1950
fJewist FhrldUan
PAGE THREE
Response To Opening Of Mt. Sinai Clinic
So Great New Medical Clinic Is Added
A new medical clinic has been
[added at Mount Sinai Hospital
[due to the tremendous response
I to the opening of the outpatient
(department on Monday, according
to Samuel Gertner, executive di-
I rector.
The new clinic, he said, will be
| held from 9 to 11 a.m. on Fridays.
Other clinics scheduled are
medical clinic, 10 to 11 a.m. on
Mondays; obstetrical and gyneco-
>l i. Sinai Joins
Blue Cross Plan
Mount Sinai Hospital employees
have been accepted in the Florida
Blue cross plan, according to an
announcement by Samuel Gert-
ner, executive director. Blue
Cross is a hospitalization plan
offered to groups, which, by the
use of small, regular payments,
makes hospital care possible for
its members without financial
worry, Gertner explained.
Mount Sinai itself become a
Blue Cross hospital as soon as it
opened, and to date 710 patients
have been serviced by Blue Cross
there, Gertner added. To be a
Blue Cross hospital, he explained,
means that a hospital has been
approved for the servicing of per-
sons holding Blue Cross member-
ships.
"In joining with 110 other
hospitals throughout the state
having the approval of the Ameri-
can Medical Association in the
Blue Cross movement. Mount
Sinai has been fulfilling its dual
responsibility to the people of
this communityto render the
finest hospital service possible
and to find a method by which
the people can pay for it,"
Gertner said.
logical, 9 to 11 a.m. Tuesdays;
surgical, 10 to 11 a.m. Wednes-
days.
Offering all medical and surgi-
cal services provided by the
hospital, the outpatient depart-
ment began full-scale operation
Monday with interviews and
treatment of patients.
Miss Edna P. Stephenson, medi-
cal social worker at the clinic
said more than 100 telephone
inquiries have been made con-
cerning appointments since its
opening was announced last week.
"Many persons applied for
treatment without making an ap-
pointment first," she said. "I'd
like to ask all persons seeking
these services to make an appoint-
ment so they will not be dis-
appointed or be kept waiting
when they arrive," she added.
Miss Stephenson has been
active in the field of child wel-
fare and medical social service in
the Miami area for the past ten
years.
Mrs. Leonard A. Wien, chair-
man of the volunteer workers in
the outpatient department, an-
nounced that there will be three
volunteer workers on duty during
each clinic session.
The department is located on
the ground floor of the hospital
with a separate entrance to the
left of the main hospital entrance.
In this department, ail persons
who cannot afford to pay for the
services of a private physician
will be given needed care at a
cost they can afford to meet,
according to Max Orovitz, presi-
dent of the institution.
Miller Unveiling
The unveiling and memorial
service for the late Minnie Miriam
Miller, formerly of 6380 Indian
Creek Drive, Miami Beach, will
be held Sunday, July 16 at 11
a.m. in the Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery, Miami.
Rabbis Max Shapiro and Joseph
E. Rackovsky will officiate at the
unveiling and dedication. They
will be assisted by Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Mrs. Miller was a pioneer resi-
dent of this area and was active
in local and national religious and
philanthropic organizations. Mrs.
Miller was the wife of Louis
Miller, and the mother of Harry
A. Miller, Mrs. A. E. Woolfe and
Mrs. Sol Leslie. Relatives and
friends are asked to be present.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Essen Speaks At Church
Traeger Unveiling
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late Bertha
Traeger, formerly of 753 N.W.
22nd Court, will take place Sun-
day, July 16 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Hirsch To Read
Play Tuesday
Sam Hirsch, professor of drama
at the University of Miami, will
read the musical satire by E. Y.
Harburg and Fred Saidy, "Finian's
Rainbow," on Tuesday, July 18,
at 8 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel. A
musical background will be pro-
vided for the performance, which
is presented under the auspices
of Freedom House.
Tickets are available at Pansy's
Flower Shop, 193 22nd St.,
^Doubleday Book Shop, 934 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, and
Pansy Flaum's McAllister Hotel
Flower Shop.
Radio Interview Set
Norman R. Lyons, local attorney
and Jewish news commentator,
will interview Stanley Scott, who
is making arrangements to pre-
sent legitimate shows in this area,
on Sunday, July 16, during Jacob
Schachter's Jewish Hour from
10 to 11:30 a.m. The round table
discussions, scheduled to get
underway last week, will begin
Sunday, July 23.
Israelite Center
Board Meets
The board of directors of the
Israelite Center met this week to
work on plans for the High Holi-
days, according to Irving Sperling,
president.
Sam Eisner and Morris
Chasanoff reported on a cantor
to be hired for the services, and
Nat Shenken discussed glass work
to be installed in the new build-
ing. Others making reports were
Morris Goldenberg, Mrs. Sylvia
Sandier and Mrs. Minnie Deck-
owitz.
Ben Essen, local attorney, spoke
on "The State of IsraelHow it
Affects the Christian World" at
the Wesley Methodist Church.
Coral Gables, Thursday. July 13.
at 8 p.m. The church played host
to the Sisterhood of the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables at the gathering.
Mother-Daughter Athletic
Series On Calendar
A summer series of mother-
daughter athletic events got
underway Thursday evening,
June 29, at the Miami Jewish
Community Center, with the
mothers besting the daughters in
a 2-out-of-3-series, by winning in
shower ball and newcomball and
losing only in volleyball.
These competitive net activities
will continue through the month
of July and then new sports will
be introduced in the series.
Girl and matron teams are still
in the process of formation at
the center.
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Epstein Unveiling
The unveiling and dedication of
a memorial in memory of the late
Louis Epstein, formerly of 1595
Biarritz Drive, Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, July 16, at
2:45 at Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Mr.
Epstein is survived by his wife
Sarah and one daughter. Rela-
tives and friends are asked to be
present. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Co.
Anti-Semitic Texts Still
Available In Germany
MUNICH, (JTA)Despite the
announcement of the North
Rhine-Westphalian state govern-
ment that" it had withdrawn
schooltexts which contained anti-
Semitic statements the books have
not, in fact, been withdrawn from
schools and libraries and still
may be bought freely. When
newspapermen this week ques-
tioned education department of-
ficials on the situation they
"refused to comment."
From Stuttgart it was reported
that Dr. Benno Ostortag, chair-
man of the local Jewish commun-
ity, has called on the Wuerttem-
berg-Baden government to take
action against Municipal Judge
Hans Kottnackef, for expressing
anti-Semitic statements. During
a trial at which testimony was
introduced that the defendant had
been a gauleiter during the Nazi
regime, the judge declared: "It
makes no difference to me
whether somebody was a gau-
leiter or unsuccessfuly tried three
times to gas a rabbi."
Schurowitz Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument J
to the memory of the late Esther i
Schurowitz, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Schurowitz, 122151
N.W. 10th Ave., who passed away
July 23, 1949, will take place at
Mt. Sinai Cemetery on Sunday,
July 16, at 1 p.m. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to be
present.
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FRIDAY, JULY 14
EDITORIAL
Happy Kirthdau
Abraham Cahcn, one of the pioneers of the
Yiddish press in America and a leading figure in
the Jewish labor movement in this country, has
reached the ripe age of ninety.
When Mr. Cahan assumed editorship cf the
Forward close to fifty years ago, Jewish life in
Americc, particularly in the large cities, was quite
different from what it is today. America's doors
had not yet been closed to immigration, and
ever/ passenger ship coming to our shores
brought droves c: Jews seeking freedcm and
opportunity in the land c: promise zr.z hope. They
zzrr.e the Jewish immigrant! from all zzrs c: the
world escaping pogroms and persecution, bring-
-err: -ere and -e:errr.:r.a::cr. for c r.e-"
Most of them were Yiddish speakin
The
elements, z few ;: '-*--
new
9
.-.err. with s.-:...s. I r.e new
wcrid its language rustoms and ::zz:::zr.s waa
en to them. It was not easy :z: su:h rr.nss of
ople tending ; concentrate in szez.i.z areas, :z
;me jo jsted ic new surroundings.
Mi slized the situation and immediate-
ly c:::eeee= to become : powerful :::ce in the
Americanization ::' the Jewish ~.rr..zrzr.\. This
h accomplished by making the Forward not only
c newspaper but also if we may use the ex-
press, on z Bchool for :cre:gr.ers. True, he wes
not alone in that pattern but he was e icrerr.cs:
exponent of the function ol the :z:e:zr. language-
newspapei as an agent in the Americanization
process.
Mr. Cahan has also revolutionized the Yiddish
press in another ser.se. He was quick to realize
thai the Yiddish press had to emulate the Ameri-
can newspaper if it was te escape er.guliment.
And sc he proceeded to introduce the methods
err spiril ol American ournalism into the Yiddish
r/ess an accomplishment which contributed to
making thai press the most outstanding among
"-"e :" nguage newspapers. Unfortunately,
re power zr.z influence ::.: growth ol the Yiddish
press is waning but this .s another chapter.
Had he chosen Mr. Cora.-, could probably heve
become one of America s greatest literary figures.
os attested by his brilliant novel "The Rise of
- ~. Levinsky, Instead he chose to make the
ric 61 Jewish life, in all its facets, his chief
"BEFORE YOU LEAVE, SIR!"
preoccupation, with Yiddish journclism his fiercest
passion.
There were times when Mr. Cahan's views on
Jewish life were blurred, particularly with regard
to Jewish national survival. But he had an alert
and open mind and he was susceptible to chang-
ing situations and climates. He has mirrored the
panorama of Jewish life in its most critical as well
cs in its most uplifting moments. May he continue
to mirror end reflect Jewish life for years and
years to come.
70 Years Of ORT
When the great Jewish social movements were
coming into being at the end of the 19th centurv
the Organization for Rehabilitation through Trcia
ingORT was born.
In 1880 in St. Petersburg, a group of prominent
Jews headed by Samuel Pohakoff and Baron
Horace de Gunzbourg founded ORT with the Gim
cf integrating Jews into Russian economic life
But this was just the beginning of a great move,
ment that was destined to become international
Surviving all political catastrophes, ORT acccm.
penied the eternal Jewish wanderer from Peters-
burg to Berlin, from Berlin to Paris and London
from Paris to New York. The American ORT
Federation has received support from the Ameri-
can Jewish community for many years and since
1947 has received its funds through agreement
with the Joint Distribution Committee.
Starting with the catcstrophe of 1933 the main
problem facing ORT was that of training German
Jews fleeing Hitlerdom. ORT provided factory
employment for displaced artisans and organized
producers cooperatives. Industrial workshops in
Lodz, the center of the Polish textile industry,
trcined over 4,000 people in 1936. Jews applied
themselves, under the guidance of ORT, to
orcharding, truck gardening and other branches of
agriculture. Even under the Nazi occupo; og
courses in machine shop practice, auto-mechanics
electrical work, dressmaking, carpentry and hand
wecving were conducted.
and new adventures in helpinq our peoDle create .
new lives. Into the mellahs of North Africa, CRT
has entered with its training facilities, its voca-
tional experts to participate in the herculean task
o: educating our young people so that they may
find new lives in Israel and work with their
brother Israelis in the upbuilding of a nation of
their own.
Now established in Israel too, ORT provides
courses in trades which are needed by the infant
state. The realization of the Jewish State opens
new ways and new rje-sDertives for th= C?T
idea. The heroism started in the camps will em-
brace the whole of ORT activity. For uRT star.es
^r
for the creative rebirth cf the Jewish people. .
its 70th birthday we congratulate a great institu-
tion whose far reaching philosophy has uplifted
tens of thousands in the past and means a new
hope for the future.
An Open Letter To Arthur Godfrey
Wont Some Other Hotel Do, Arthur?
' .....' My 6, 1950, issue of the
..... Boston. M
I A
. V. favorite r road ... and that includes anv
ion H llywood can throw your way too The
and Fred Allen rightfully dubbed
, \ ^gs and a baseball game. American
and voungsters aanure
- brash and buoyant air '
.-- ; American everybody hears and
t,J^;' '--' an ideals of fair plav. greater unde--
and races, and better ifvmg for a better
been a square guy on many 0f your programs
b> making a pit h n this behall whenever you could" p-8-o:T1-
I we'd like to call your attention to an item which has
".'SUE MSJM.8S4 L "*
now d 7t '- SIX'"? ""''" Florida .
"J^bythfc time that the Kenilworth
Acid Test For Israel
By DAVID NUSSBAUM
Miami fiTgramly S*Trf &8S Tl H ?* ?en;lw^h
-e guestse "eXt brca proudly points to you
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,'::;,' ""' wsi June, nas com
' m selecting the guest list.
SStSZ *"*' ^ "i &3SS SBBtfiSS
their direction. ope tnat you are leaning in
-MIKE SHULMAN.
Cordialiy,
LAKE SUCCESSThe United
Nations was already traveling a
rocky road before the Korean
crisis tossed another rock in the
path. In mid-July, according to
Secretary-General Trygve Lie. it
will enter the critical period of
its five-year existence. In that
period the burning question of
Chinese representation m the
world organization must be
settled, a question that has been
further complicated by the
Korean war, or the UN may be
Hoovenzed." that is, lose its
character of universality.
If this happens, the foreign
policy of Israel will undergo its
acid test. And in meeting the test
Israel, m company with a few
other nations, will assume a kev
position in the arena of inter-
national policy for the first time
..at eL,s ne of a handful of
.states that is on record with a
dear-cut, third-position foreign
I Policy m relation to the cold war
The policy may be defined in
i SEE* WayS- Israel cal!s il "non-
i identification" with either Eas-
or West and eschews the term
neutrality." regarding the doc
trine of non-identification as a
positive position, not a mereh
negative 0ne. It can be described
m, ?7Som,mun,st wthout being
K"? anti-Communisf
or anti-Soviet.
In this position. Israel has the
company of India. Pakistan! he
state even newer than itself
Indonesia-and probably Burma
?ute CnyIr Thls,e 0,hers con?
Jt tn.Asian Woe and can be
expected to act as such when
| and if. the acid test arrives
'iSTHhnenieS,: WiH arnve lf nothing
Phin resolve ,he issue of
rn ?*iev rePresentation in the
a" emhKatlnS.before 'he General
The UV,mretS n SeP^mber 19
u r V s cmmunist member
have taken the irrevocable Tand
lelalve,W0fldorgani2ation is
'eg-U> constituted and all its de-
cisions null and void without tL
Participation of the Mao^T e
Tung government of Peiping The
Communist states therefore re!
fuse to participate themselves in
the organization until Red China
is admitted.
So far. the Soviet boycott has
, not decisively affected either the
UN or the Soviet relationship to
it. The Communist nations .have
, remained fully recognized mem-
bers of the'organization and have
been careful to maintain all ties
I other than attendance at meet-
ings participated in by a Chinese
; Nationalist representative.
The Assembly session will in-
] troduce a new situation. The
' Assembly is actually the boss of
|the UN. It controls the purse
' strings and it also supplies the
purse. It elects the Secretarv-
hhHf,f0r, 9ol-adPt an annual
.budget, allocate it and (as it
: happens this year) elect a new
i Secretary-General without the
?nH .KPac10n of Communist China
and the Soviet bloc, most experts
KvW the Comm"nist states
' frnmIk Pern?anently separated
1 nlZ u.e ,r|an.Iza'ion. The Hoover
j Plan would become a fait ac-
.friH?)1- a"dthe UN would be
VtUn,errfd mt0 a klnd of vast
: Atlantic Union.
' ofAlhlh\Uunci1Te- ,he decision
;, J J ,ulndependents would be-
na^ii* CTdal element in inter-
I "at'onal politics. Nothing can be
&eMWit.heertainty hutthe
PakTstan h'Ster? f India and
Pakistan have already given fair
.warning that they would see no
future m a truncated UN It u
heeeftwnrern,abIetoeuesstha
would have to be made. Isrart
would either have to relinquish
the basic policy that has motiv-
ated its actions on the inter-
national stage since its inception,
or witKOraw from the anti-Sc. t
alliance (as a semi-UN would in-
evitably quickly become) and
stand alone.
It wcu'd njuouess stand alone,
since it is unlikely that it could
nt into a purely Asian group and
since there is little prospect that
in anything like the near futuie
["m'j!?"'!1* Permitted to join
a Middle East combination. It
would form, in other words, a
lourtn camp of one.
UN officials from top to bottom
ar(e, hopeful that such a collapse
oi the organization's universality
will not occur. But the grim fact
remainLthat it is distinct possi-
bility. The best hope is that a
i!t"iIn?Hle accord will be
^ ,u 7; based on th awareness
ol the. United States and the other
nations blocking admission of
Communist China that the world
^n" nfver accePt the Chinese
^P-ewntation deadlock as a vital
enough issue over which to risk
the wrecking of the United
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PAGE FIVE
I jw^nss.
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTONP resident
[Merwin K. Hart of the National
Economic Council doesn't like it
when Sen. Herbert H. Lehman,
D-N.Y., uses the word "demo-
j cracy." Hart told the Buchanan
| Lobby Investigating Committee
recently that the use of the word
is mainly a Communist idea and
that Sen. Lehman is following the
Communist line by his shameless
insistence on using such sub-
versive terminology. _____
Hart's council has done much to
promote high-level anti-Semitism.
president (1947, $500); General
Motors, Donald Brown, vice presi-
dent (1945, $5,000): Republic
Steel Corp., T. F. Patton, vice
president (1945, $10,900); S. H.
Kress & Co., C- M. Funk, treasur-
er (1948-49, $1,000); Lone Star
Cement, R. A. Rummel, president
(1947-49, $5,750); William Volker
Charities Fund, H. W. Luhnow,
president (1947-49), $15,250).; I. I.
Case Co., F. A. Wirt, advertising
manager (1949, $1,000); Pdre Oil
Co., H. M. Dawes, chairman (1948,
$1,000); Brewing Corp. of Amer-
Weill At Monte Carlo
For Second Year
Marking his second year as
manager of the Monte Carlo Hotel
dining room is Kurt Weill, vet-
eran restaurateur and caterer.
Flagler-Granada
Center Lays
Cornerstone
Nathan Adelman had the honor
of- laying the cornerstone of the
Plagler-Granada
Com-
Weill, who has lived in this area .
for the past twelve years, has Flagler-Granada Jewish
acquired an enviable reputation munity Center, N.W. 1st St. and
in the field. J5lSt PX during special ceremonies
Coming here with many years Sunday afternoon.
According to Hart, "the wide-!"*. J. H. Bohanon, president
of te word 'demo-j (1945, $3,000); National Steel
Corp., F. M. Stesse, vice presi-
dent (1945, $5,090); John J.
Raskob (1947-49, $4,500); Eastern
Airline (1945. $5,500); Texas Co.,
spread use
cracy'," can be traced "to an
international meeting of the
Communists in 1935." He cited a
speech by the late Georgi
DimitroV.
Hart submitted an analysis of
inaugural addresses made by Sen.
Lehman in connection with his
four terms as governor of New
York State. The word "demo-
cracy" did not appear at all in
Lehman's first inaugural speech,
Hart saidas if to hint tnat at
this early date Lehman was not
yet indoctrinated with the Com-.
munist party line. In the second
inaugural, however, Lehman used
the word three times. Hart noted
that Lehman's third inauguration
followed Dimitrov's 1935 speech
and this time Lehman referred to
democracy" 27 times! By his
fourth address, Lehman* was so
closely linked to Moscow that he
said "democracy" 36 times, ac-
acording to Hart.
The committee questioned Hart
on his financial sources. It came
out that he solicits contributions
from Protestant and Catholic
churches. Buchanan then asked if
Hart wrote to synagogues for
contributions. Hart smiled and
said "I don't recall wnetner we
did or not."
The N.E.C. warns of Commun-
istic trends and "alien-minded
persons." Among the latter cate-
gory Hart has included Henry
Morgenthau, Jr., Nathan Straus,
Albert Einstein, Felix Frankfurt-
er, David Lilienthal, Rep. Adolph
Sabbath, James P. Wamurg, Haul
M. Warburg, and other prominent
Jews. He said they seldom if ever
"give more than lip service to
traditional American principles."
A member of the committee.
Rep. Charles Halleck, R-Ind.,
came to Hart's defense. Halleck
said, "many of the positions they
(the N.E.C.) take are in line with
my views."
Hart undermines national se-
curity by fostering religious
hatred under the guise of lobby-
ing against socialism and com-
munism. Among those who aid
his lobbying and propaganda are:
Sears. Roebuck & Co.. Robert
E. Wood (1943-49. SlfioOO):
Remington Rand, James H. Rand,
of experience as manager of some
of Europe's most exclusive hotel
dining rooms, Weill specializes in
catering to banquets, wedding re-
ceptions, Bar Mitzahs and birth
day parties.
The Monte Carlo dining room dent,
also operates a snack bar and Principa
offers service to the cabana
colony.
'The building containing a 400-
se'at auditorium and five class-
rooms is expected to be ready in.
time lor the High Holidays, ac-'
cording to Joseph Masters, presi-
Dinner Proceeds Aid
Children Of Israel
Proceeds from a recent dinner
given by Pioneer Woltten: cA*
No. One of Miami Beach at Beth
Tfilah went to the children in
Israel, according to Mrs. Henry
Seitlin, president.
Hostesses at the affair were the
Mesdames Israel Frederick.. Re-
becca Yunes. Mary Stepkin.' Betty
Pakula. Assisting them were the
Mesdames Mary Golden, Jacob
Krantz, H. Zaidman, Lena Kaplan
and Seitlin.
speaker at Sunday's,
rites^ was Miami Beach Council-
man" Burnett Roth. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff offered the invocation
and Masters welcomed guests.
James Pipkin, president (1949, Others participating in the pro-!
$2,700); Empire State Inc., (1949, ] gram were Herman Feldman,
$500); Carter Carburetor Co. Mrs. Leo Rothstein and Judge A.!
(1949, $1,000); Lamont duPont; Levitan.
(1945-47, $16,000). and lreneej J"eldman and Jesse Freed were
duPont (1945-47, $7,912.94). co-chairmen of the event.
Psychologist To Speak >
At Sholem Luncheon
"Problems of Modern Marriage"
will be the subject of a talk by
Dr. Syvil Marquit. psychr>]ogi=' at
the Veterans' Administration Hos-
pital, at the weekly luncheon club
meeting of Sholem Lodge. B'nai
B'rith on Friday, July 14. at 12:15
p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant.
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PAGE SIX
*Jmist> ncridFian
FRIDAY. JULY 1/
Personally Speaking
Vacationing in Miami Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Shapiro of Spartanburg, S. C. The Shapiros, who are guests at
the Victor Hotel, are visiting Mrs. Shapiro's father. Dr. Abraham
Wch'son. chairman of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum cf Miami
Beech. Mr. Shapiro is co-owner of the Globe Department Store
.?Dartanburg.
-* -fc *
Dr. and Mrs. George Balber, 4531 S.W. 15th St. annoi
birth of a sen, Gary Stev Wednesday
Sinai Hospital. The Balbe- |htei
Susan Helene, and a son, Eric Dc.
* *
Rec :: from a recer.: :ii:'.e.= -
vel :o: H<
tthoi of tl =: -e'.'.z:, Thdnk 3od Fo: My :"
Attack," is a cues: at Cadillac. Fo: M)
' "..: .: had a :::z~ = ;!e .:. :.
j:c-~c::red ovo: -.-
. j Natic

Alberta Hohausei '' "'; Lr: He
5.W. 3rd St
' -: .- -:\i
: :::: Granada
Coral G
* *
Lea- Friday are
Dr. 4 oim'I Heads
Kos Dr. Frank Coret has been
I president of the Dade
County Dental Research clinic.
He succeeds Dr. James Arm-
h i has headed the clinic
blishment at Tech-
nical High school more than two
with Coret for the
I >:. Leonard Tinner.
nd-Dr, Olin McKenzie,
I
provided
than (iou
nt children and adults in
Nineteen ortho-
treated and
pel and lower dentures pro-
The clinic
In its annual report the clinic.
tes with the coopera-
f the school board, noted
11 girls j ted this year divided into eight groups dealint
in the first dental assistants rad- with yarious phases of den
Center To Sponsor
Ring Performance
The Miami Jewish Comn
Center has taken over the J Jl
house of the University of NTiJ!1"
Ram Theater for the perfoSfJI
of -Yes. My Dar.ingPDauS
successful Broadway coinedv
Thursday. July 27. "M
Professor Warren Smith vis-
ing lecturer from Penn State \vh
is conducting a summer v.
in ring theater technique f1
lers, is directing the plavaiSi
the east will include universal
students.
Tickets are available at th,
renter and reservations may hi
made by calling 3-5489.
uating class. The girls re
on-the-job training in the clink
as parfof their school instruction
-ion.
membership now
consists of 100 dentists. They are
Ustry,
Mrs. Ceiia A. Auslander was
recently installed as worthy
n of Emur.ah Chapter.
O.E.S.
ill fly N
Pvlliian KniglilK
Stti Itailcrs
led a~
is Gordc:

* -*
Mrs. D. Rattner, 542 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, left nander of the
"-' with hei soi and daughter, 177 of the
:el, Staunton, Va. | Saturday
*** t a cen mony and dance
* -fc -* Jack Block, master-at-arms: Ben
Mr, Sidney Boenixtger recently underwent surgery at j fgglS outer SSSf. SS
-"*r26 K ^":Sft,aMand nW ^"^ting at her Schwartz* SSiJgFM?ff$
-------- zo-io d.w. jutn i_t. Mrs. Boemnger is veterans hospital Cooper, recording secretary; Ar-
representative of B'na: B'rith Women. thur Rosen, treasurer: Charles
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Gleason. 2301 S.W. 21st St an-
th cf a son, James Martin, on July 7. Mrs Gleason
ler Selmc Byer, dauahter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Byer
St. Paternal grandmother is Mis. Lillian Gerstein
Cherry, custodian; Arthur Robin-
son, deputy.
* *
M -: Soc Ifriend of the Essex House, New >r a games
snd's mother, Mrs. Joseph f1 acquainted
-., and brothers, Sidney and Sherburt '- Ju '' ;':i0 >
* *
: Aaron Greenberq in West
on'.clair.
Mrs. Jacobs To Open
Home For Games Fete
Mrs. Samuel Jacobs will open
at 3232 Chase Ave. to
Henrietta Szold Group of
mes party and
on Satur-
. p.m.
J ihn Starr and .Mrs. Jack
'' : ith the

* *
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1IDAY, IULY 14, 1950
i-JewIsf) ncrldian
PAGE SEVEN
ersonally Speaking...
Visiting in Atlanta are Mrs. M. Pazol and her son, Norman.
* *
Miami Beach residents spending a July vacation at Lakeside
in, Hendersonville, N. C, include Mr. and Mrs. Joel Newman,
Ir. and Mrs. Lew Simms, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kurman and
laughter, Marilyn, Al Barlow, Mrs. Bessie Nelson and son,
lurton, Mrs. Henry Williams and children, Irving Siegal, Mr.
fnd Mrs. R. Walsey and children.
* *
Among Miami Beachites at the Lakeside Inn, Henderson-
ville, N. C, are Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Landburgh, Mrs. M. Lands-
rgh, Mrs. B. Kastan, I. Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. William Malter,
Ir. and Mrs. H. Rose, Mr: and Mrs. M. Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
larry Gorsen and daughter, Valerie, Mrs. Anna Morris, Mr- and
Irs. A. Libman and Dr. and Mrs. Murray Zinner aad children.
* *
Hyman V. Hecht, honor student at the Long Island College
3f Podiatry, recently returned to New York after spending an
extended vacation with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Samuel
lecht, 128 Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
* + *
Spending a brief vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz,
2130 S.W. 21st Ave., is Mrs. Aronovitz' sister, Mrs. Max London
jf Tampa.
* *
Sandier Dickson is attending Boy Scout Camp in New
lampshire. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dickson of
Zest Palm Beach.
* *
West Palm Beach residents, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Stanhill
jnd daughter, are spending several weeks in New York on a
combined business and pleasure trip.
* *
Home in West Palm Beach after a brief trip to New York are
iMr. and Mrs. Dave Zanft. Mrs. Zanft "is president of the Sister-
Ihood of Beth El in West Palm Beach.
-fc *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pritt recently celebrated their twenty-seventh
Iweddinq anniversary.
* *
Linda E. Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan,
11795 S.W. 12th St., is visiting relatives in New York and New
(jersey. She is the housequest of Mrs. Kaplan's brother, Dr,
IHarry G. Rinzler, in Passaic, N. J.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte will fly to Mexico City July 30
[where they will visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
[Mrs. Marvin Apte, and their grandson, Bobbie. Thev will spend
la month south of the border touring in the vicinity of Mexico
City.________________________________________________
Scholarship Winners
Start Training Program
Four local winners of the
Brandeis Youth Foundation Tui-
tion Scholarship started their
program of training July 4 at the
Brandcis Camp Institute of the
South in Hendersonville. N. C.
They are Janice Goldiner, 7145
Carlyle Ave.. Miarni Beach. Uni-
versity of Miami; Annette Melich,
320 10th St.. Miami Beach; Elayne
M iss, 1875 S.W". 16th Terr., Mont-
clair Teachers College; Rosalyn
(Mickev) F.inhoi n 2-174 Swanson
Ave., Coconut Grove, University
of Miami
The girls are among 100 youth
leaders selected from all over the
country for leadership training
in the three camps operated by
the foundation.
UN Conciliation Unit
Fails To Bring Peace
GENEVA, (JTA)The United
Nations Conciliation Commis-
sion for Palestine this week
expressed regret at having
failed to achieve agreement be-
tween Israel and the Arab
states to a plan which would
"have hastened the return of a
final peace in the Middle East."
The commission statement
also announced the end on July
15 of the talks with both parties
here. The three-nation body
will proceed to U.N. head-
quarters in Jerusalem at the
end of July in order to be closer
to the parties concerned. Before
leaving Geneva the commission
| will submit a progress report to
i U.N. Secretary-General Trygve
Lie.
B'nai li'i-iili Plans
Annual Dance
Plans are being made for the
Greater Miami B'nai B'rilli
(Council's annual social affair
which will climax its 1950 fund
drive, according to an announce-
ment by Council President George
J. Bertman.
The Shore Club Hotel, 1901
Collins Ave., has been selected as
the site for a show-night and
dance on Sunday. September 17,
in which all men's and women's
1 groups will participate.
The event will be open to the
public free of charge as a means
of introducing the community to
some of B'nai B'rith's service
projects. Displays and colorful ex-
hibits will be featured, demons-
trating the council's accomplish-
ments in community service since
its inception three years ago.
Beach Young Zionists
Meet Thursday Night
A meeting of Masada-Miami
Beach Young Zionist District v.as
held Thursday, July 13. at 8:45
p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
Highlight of the evening's pro-
1 gram was a report by Abe
Schafer on the national conven
i tion of the Zionist Organization.
of America held in Chicago, June
'30-July 3.
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their regular Tuesday night
dances throughout the summer.
In addition, their summer Dro-
gram includes athletics on Mon- j
day and Wednesday nights and a
combined athletics and social
evening on Sundays.
Boys' and girls' softball leagues
now in progress and teams
play every Sunday mo ning a
Shenandoah Park. Teen-agi i
invited to use the gym ev
morning and the teen-age
room every afternoon during I
summer months.
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PJfeWljfl fkridfian
FRIDAY, JULY U,
1950
Living in Miami Beach after a
wedding trip to Havana are Mr.
end Mrs. Leonard Glasser. Mrs.
Glasser is the former Miss
Minerva Terry, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Terry, New
York. Mr. Glasser's parents are
the Herman Glassers.
On July Vacation
Miss Trudi Lac):. iter of
M [sidoi Lach and the late
: Lach, of oT4 X E. 94th St..
Miami Shi in s. :.- spending the
Jul; n Ni V :< City.
: .n and Pati : n X. J.. with
[at ves.
She will be the house guest of
al fi ien Is .>.< well as her
Mi Leon S. Rosenblum,
r Miss Paula Lach
in, N. J. Active
B B ii k. Trude at-
i tin' District t convention at
- i ham 11. ti :. W
C. before going on her i \-
I ;p.
Rhoda Caidin Wed to
Howard Bernbaum
After a wedding trip to Nassau,
Mi. and Mis. Howard Murray
Bernbaum will reside in New
York.
uple i x> hanged vows
Sunday in the Shore Club Hotel
before R.: H Kaplan.
Thi the former Rhoda
Light : :' Mr.
and Mrs Nathan Ca din, 727 Jef-
Aw.. Miami Beach, wore
an off-shoulder gown of Chantilly
\. : satin. She wore watch-
.ace mitts and a tiara of
orange blossoms, which secured
her fingertip illusion veil.
Her sister. Mrs. Howard
Soldinger. was matron of honor
and Miss Lois Silverberg. Chicago
and Miss Laurel Shapiro were
bridesmaids. The honor attendant
re pink marqu:sette and carried
pink roses on a fan. The brides-
maids wore pastel chiffon gowns
and carried colonial bouquets.
Howard Soldinger served as
best man for Mr. Bernbaum, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney I.
Bernbaum. 28 West DiLido Drive.
Miami Beach. Ushers were Stan-
ley Caidin. brother of the bride,
Dale Silverberg. Chicago. Jack
Tessler. New York, and Lee
Shapiro.
Miss Dolores Taylor kept the
guest book at the reception which
followed the ceremony.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Bernbaum
attended Miami Beach High
School and the University of
Miami.
Alechman Bar Mitzvah
Slated For Brooklyn
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Alech-
man. 2044 S.W. 22nd Terr, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Monroe Simon, to be held
Saturday. July
29. at 10 a.m. at
Talmud T o r a h
Tomchai Torah,
1320 Sutter Ave.,
Brooklyn. N. Y.
The young man
is an honor
student at Beth
El Hebrew
School and has
bi en re c o m-
mended for his
Hebrew diploma.
He attends
w Shenandoah
Junior High School, where he
served ;s secretary of his class.
An open house in honor of the
Bar Mitzvah will be held at the
home of his paternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
j Alechman. 1148 Sutter Ave.,
j Brooklyn. Maternal grandparents.
I Mr. and Mrs, Dave Glickman. and
| maternal great grandmother. Mrs.
Fannie Schneider, will also be
present.
Miamians who will attend the
event are Mr. and Mrs. I. Bursak
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Floss.
The young man. his parents and
his brother, Sheldon, who will
serve as talluth bearer at the
ceremony, will leave for Brooklyn
Friday.
Sanford Rafkins To
Live In Now York
Miss Iris Faith Solomon became
the briJc ot Santord B. Rafkin
at the Woodstock Hotel in New
York on June 25.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Solomon.
16 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables.
who went to New York for the
ceremony. Given in marriage by
her father, she wore a gown of
rose point lace with a cap of
matching lace and valley lilies.
She carried a bouquet of orchids
showered with valley lilies.
Mrs. Lorraine Becko. sister of
the bridegroom, served as matron
of honor in a gown of white net
over rose satin and a large leg-
horn hat. Bridesmaids. Miss
Norma Shotkin. New York, and
Miss Faye Lundy. Pittsburgh,
wore white over sea green satin.
Barbara Iris Kramer, junior
bridesmaid, also wore white over
sea green.
Howard Leslie Solomon, the,
bride*s brother, was best man for ,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack i
Rafkin, Brooklyn.
Mrs. Sanford Rafkin
After a wedding trip to Niagarj
Falls and the Thousands Islands,
the newlyweds will reside in New
York, where Mr. Rafkin is associ-
ated with Equitable Life Insur-
ance Co.
.\orlh Shore
I nils To Hold
Movie, Tartl Kite
A gal. movie nite and card
sponsored jointly by
North Shore B"nai B'rith
- and Women's Chapter on
lay, July 24. at the Sorrenl
' has been announa .
Leonard Tobin and
>1 Bernard Hoffman.
Program chairmen. Melvin
rider Nathan
I v Mrs. Hi
f theevi
ertatnmenl
ng-ball

. ffair have
. ile 1 ;. B'nai
''"' Jerry Su
' ii public :
ticket at |
Joyce Lorber To
All end llrandois
University
Joyce S. Lorber. daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. Isadore Lorber, 1776
James Ave., has been admitted to
the third freshman class at Bran-
, deis University in Walt ham,
Mass.. it has been announced by
C. Ruggles Smith, d I i tor of ad-
missions of the university,
A graduate ol the Mannheimer
School, she was senior class presi-
dent and editor of the school
paper. She was also the recipient
of a medal for "outstanding
spirit."
Miss Lorber will be the first
student from Miami Beach to at-
tend the two-year-old university,
To Honor Freedmans
Pioneer Women Club No. One
of Miami Beach and the Bialik
Branch of the Jewish National
Workers Alliance will jointly
sponsor a farewell party in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman.
who will depart for a trip to
Israel, on Saturday. Julv 15. at
Kneseth Israel.
g
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COOL AIR
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(iahloK Lodge
To Hold Annual
Fishing Party
The third annual fishing party
and social will be sponsored by
. B'nai B'rith.
on Tuesday, July 18. at 7:30 p.m!
it has been announced by Presi-
dent Alvin Corenblum.
The party will leave the Cham-
mmerce Docks. Miami
h, promptly at 7:30 p m C i-
men of the i vent. Hi
' s and Ed Miller, have made
arrangements for refreshments
and entertainment. Tackle and
bait will be furnished free to all
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+Jen>isli ftcrkfian
PAGE NINE
Simons United In
Montreal Rites
A nuptial service Sunday after-
noon, June 25, in Temple Emanuel,
Montreal, Canada, united irt
marriage Miss Beverly Joanne
Simon and Joseph Sadler Simon.
The bride is the daughter of the
Harry Simons, 259 West 33rd St..
Mrs. Louis Rosenfeld
us Rosenfelds
ak Vows Here
Coronet Hotel provided the
for the June 3 wedding of
tuth Ozer to Louis Rosen-
r
bride is the daughter of
A. Laufer, 2445 Flamingo
Miami Beach. The bride-
1*8 parents are the Samuel
kfelds, 1341 Meridian Ave.,
li Beach.
Jen in marriage by Abe
avitz, Manchester, Ga., the
wore a white organza
fina length gown. Her
jer-length veil was attached
seed pearl tiara and she
kd a bible showered with
Is.
is Barbara Laufer, in powder
[organdy, and Mrs. Herbert
ovitz. Atlanta, in burgandy
|dy, attended their sister,
liel Finkelstein was best
Reception buffet supper fol-
the ceremony.
sr a motor trip through the
^ern states and New York,
ewlyweds will reside in Mi-
jeach. where Mr. Rosenfeld
ociated with Bernard Levy,
bate.
raduate of the City College
Pew York, Mr. Rosenfeld
as a lieutenant in the amy.
'bride attended schools in
bfield. N. J., and the Uni-
\y of Miami.
Walter Goldsteins To
Live In Long Island
Following a honeymoon at the
Saxony Hotel. Walter Goldstein
and his bride of June 10 are resid-
ing in West Hempstead, L. I., in
their new home, a wedding gift
from the bridegroom's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein,
I St. Albans, L. I.
The ceremony took place at the
I Coral Gables Jewish Center with
idaMsah (roup
Fete Husbands
"irah Group of Hadassah
".old a "Hey Day for Hus-
at the Hollywood Beach
t! on Sunday, July 16, be-
|ing at 3 p.m.
If, tennis, swimming, dining
i.mcing have been planned.
nervations may be made by
Mrs. Bernard Fuller at
I '''
Mrs. Joseph S. Simon
Miami Beach. They and the bride's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben I
T. Olsen. 2570 Flamingo Drive, j
Miami Beach, went to Canada for
the rites.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride was attired in a |
gown of French lace threaded |
with silver. Her illusion veil was
secured by a cap of lace. She
carried a bouquet of orchids and
stephanotis.
Miss Ann Welsford, maid of
honor, and Miss Dorothy David-
son, Miami' Beach, Miss Soyle
Kiermeyer and Miss Muffie Ross,
Montreal, bridesmaids, wore en-
sembles of pink and blue.
Mr. Simon, the son of the Ed-
ward Simons, Montreal, was at-
tended by his brother.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception was held at the Ritz
Carlton Hotel there.
The Simons will live in Mon-
treal after a wedding trip that
will include Jamaica, Dominican
Republic, Puerto Rico, Miami and
Chicago.
Mrs. Max Harris
Max Harrises
Go To Mexico
Honeymooning in Mexico after
their June 18 marriage at the
Sherry Frontenac Hotel. Miami
Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Max
Harris.
The bride is the former Martha
Dorman, University of Miami
graduate and daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Dorman, Long
Beach. N. Y. The bridegroom, who
is a student at the university, is
the son of the Louis Harrises of
Flint. Mich.
For the ceremony the bride
chose a gown of white nylon tulle
with organdy bustle. Her shoulder
length veil fell from a small net
Dutch cap trimmed with seed
pearls.
Mrs. Irving Saunders. the
bride's sister, was matron of
honor in periwinkle blue chiffon.
Miss Dianna Barbara Harris was
junior bridesmaid and Misses
Toby Leonard, Joy Morris and
Peggy Bernheim, bridesmaids.
Bernard J. Harris was his
brother's best man. Groomsmen
were Allen Alman. Herbert
Spector and Leo Seide.
The couple will make their
permanent home in Flint.
The former Miss Dorman is a
member of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority and the bridegroom, Phi
Epsilon Pi fraternity.
[Rema Jackson
I Betrothal Told
The betrothal of Miss Rema
'Jackson to Ronald Ribler, son of
Mrs. Minnie Ribler, Miami Beach,
' has been announced by her
! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jack-
[son, 1438 Jefferson Ave., Miami
( Beach.
The wedding will take place
August 27.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. She
attended Florida State University
and will graduate from the Uni-
versity of Miami this summer.
Mr. Ribler is also an alumus
of Miami Beach High School- and
was graduated from the Unive-si-
ty of Miami.
Celebrates 11th Birthday
Susan Talianoff celebrated her
eleventh birthday at a cabana
luncheon and swim party July 3
at the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Guests at the afafir were Linda
Abess, Jill Tenias, Arlene Kaplan,
Toby Fishman, Helen Sogolontz.
Coral Stein. Helene Degutz, Jane
Sayette. Ellen Rothman and the
hostess' sister, Marcia.
Susan is the daughter of the
George Talianoffs. 4560 Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach.
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according to Max R. Silver,
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The show has been produced j
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Dreis. Edward Saltzman. George |
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A short business meeting is i
scheduled, according to Silver,
and a complete report on the
twelfth annual day camp will be
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Over 400 attended the organ-
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Betrothal Announced
The engagement of Miss Bar-
bara Slavin to Stanley J. New-
mark. 1601 Lenox Ave.. Miami
Beach, has been announced by
her mother. Mrs. Abraham Slavin.
Springfield, Mass.
Mr. Newmark. an alumnus of
Miami Beach High School, was
graduated from the University of
Michigan and is now a senior at
New York University Medical
College. He served in the Philip-
pines and Japan with the Army
Medical Corps.
A graduate of Edgewood Park
Junior College and Adelphi Col-
lege. Miss Slavin is associated
with the fashion department of
Town and Country Magazine.
The wedding will take place at
the Hampshire House in New
York on August 17.
Mrs. Walter Goldstein
Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating.
The bride, the former Miss Ruth
Bernice Brown, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Brown, 3885 j
N.W. 2nd St., wore a white em-
broidered ankle-length organdy
gown, fashioned with shirred
bodice, U neckline, scalloped
hemline. She wore white mitts, a !
1 strand of pearls and carried a
bible, which her mother carried
on her wedding day, adorned with
white orchids. Her finger tip
length veil was secured by a
coronet of white flowers.
Mrs. Herbert Goldstein, sister-
in-law of the bridegroom, was
matron of honor in a white
I organdy frock with black and
! gray design. She carried pink
! carnations. Edward Brown, bro-
ther of the bride, was best man.
A reception at the center
followed the ceremony.
The former Miss Brown lived
in Toronto. Canada, before com-
ing here and was a member of
B'nai B'rith of Miami.
Mr. Goldstein was graduated
from New York University.
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FRIDAY, JULY 14

Tribute was paid lo Harry
Sirkin by lhe Civic League of
Miami Beach at a meeting last
week in recognition of his service
to the organization for the past
15 years. The league presented
him with e certificate of honor
praising his service to the com-
munity. First Vice President Carl
Gardner was chairman of lhe
ceremony which took place in the
Park Aver.ue Restaurant. Sirkin
left this week for Now York and
a possible trip lo Israel.
I.dilor Marks
9ftn Birthday
NEW YORK. (JTA) The 90th
birthday of Abraham ('
-in-chief of the J
Daily F I. be iel< i
with a pul
ber. it
h the
irn ilism
n American .1
Mr. Cahan has
; n Ai ican
ind short story
However, I his
were devoted to building up
Forward and to cementing
Jewish Labor movement. His
of David Levinsky" has
been acclaimed as one of the best
ican novels of this genera-
n.
Mr. Chan is a strong supporter
of Israel. A chair in labor history p.m
een established in his name
at the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem. He has been fighting
Communism ever since the Com-
munist Party came to power in
Russia.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Temple israet (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabli it 8:15 p m.

Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rebbi Jacob J. Honig;
\
moinli ,
Week
the l..
T'Fereth Israel Congregation ol
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Frld i p.m.,
in that
to all. n.l.
Congregation Kneselh Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Mincha Friday 6:.'!". Saturday morn-
i 8:30 Mtai ha .ii 6, followed
by Shaloi Seudoe Maarl> follows.
P.iilv -. at 7::l" a.i". and ''.: la
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Congregation loung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Str\ Fi daj nisht at 8; Saturday
Mln ha al 6 p m, followed
>.. idoa Kei vli e Sunday
t.. Thursday s a.i 6:45
: Israel men lera 1 the an
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
lit 111*
Flagler-Grar.ada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
mi.
Beth LI (Ortho-
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Congre-- tnon
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Murray Grauer.

Nortn Snore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Con-
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Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
'hodox'. 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
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111 i
Shalo.- S idtiy. Summer
rellgioui Bchool. Monday
:
dally fiv .in '. a.m.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St..
Miami Beach.
Ill s,*A lot s ;i t 6: IV
a ut 6:4.' Maarlv follow a. Dally
.i mi and 6:43 p m.
Sunday morning Bervk-es :ii S
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Sabbath Bervlcea at 9:43 a.m. Butur-
.l.i y.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday moraine at 9.w
o'clock,
Norihside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
,ac S. Smith ill
ate al Friday evi
"v'w
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Si ii. i. bhwj undi
Philip Fried at 8.01
S \V. Ith Avi on Mondays and
Thursday from i to 6 D.m .
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Friday night Mrvlcei al 8; Saturday
morning at Dally service* at s
"Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck.
cantor.
\ i gel i Ices Fi i'1 iy evenlne: the rabn
will speak on "RownHow t<> Get
It." Services will be held in the i
patio.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday eve.....R service ;>' ,; ;
Saturday morning al 9, Dally Ben-ices
ai .. in and 7 p.m.
Congregation beth Tlilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky. I
Fi Idav veiling bi n '-' al
Tl.....abbl
tvlll preach on I'orl of I
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lowed "ii Sundays. Tueidu
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,; -i
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gregation (Orthodox), noi
121h Ave. Rabbi Simon ;
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening
Sniuiliny morning :n
6 ;."i followed by M
. n Ice 7:S0 a.m. and 8:4 ; tn, n j
bi i.....! from h a in. ti
Temple lietn snoiom i Liberia
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami BejT
Rabbi Leon Kronish; rw
Samuel Kelemer.
By evening sei \ is >
Rabbi Leon Kronish m
deliver the sermon.
Congregation Beth David (cj
servative). Coral Way and 2tJ
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rj
Maurice Mamches.
Friday *-\c-ninK services at
Services Saturday mon ng a. ^
Saturday evening eervlces at 'i^'itij
Dally services at 7:80 a.m. hhi m;,,^!
and Maarlv at 6:4Ti p m. i'l;i,,!l
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>AY. JULY 14, 1950
fJewisti fihr/kfiann
PAGE ELEVEN
ICral AJC Unit Food Falr Opens Store In Heart Of Allapattah
langes Name
e name of the American
|sh Congress, Greater Miami
jter, General Division, has
changed to the Stephen and
Wise Chapter, it is an-
|ced by Frederick S. Gross-
recently elected president
ie group.
ke new name is in memory of
first president of the Amer-
Jewish Congress, the late
)i Stephen S. Wise, and the
president of the women's
^ion of the American Jewish
press, Rabbi Wise's wife, the
Louise Waterman Wise,
ksbeig explained,
^abbi and Mrs. Wise, through
seasonal visits to Miami,
well known and loved by
y Miami residents," he said.
their inspiring personalities
an ineradicable imprint on all
who came in contact with
1. The group identifies itself
the philosophy of action and
cmocratic principles which
Stephen and Louise Wise
ected in communities all over
country."
|her officers of the organiza-
1 elected at a recent meeting
Jack W. Simon, first yicc
fdent; Miss Clara Goldenberg.
id vice president: Bert Sager.
vice president; Mrs. Martin
tnstein. recording secretary:
fcrt Rhyon, corresponding sec-
pr; Mrs. John Soifer, financial
?laiy: and Emanuel J. Bas-
treasurer. Members of the
are Mrs. Emanuel J.
fcind. Mrs. Frederick S. Gross-
Joseph Kaufman. Mrs. Leila
ithal. Martin Rubinstein,
Samuels, Bernard B. Segal
Jenjamin Zimmerman,
lough regular business meet-
will not be resumed until
pmber, social functions are
planned by the board.
Sunday, July 16, at 10 a.m.
ic for members and their
will be held at Crandon
Mrs. Bert Sager, chairman
le picnic, announces that in
Ion to the usual picnic food,
s. swimming and races, there
be an adequate supply of
sitters and nursemaids so
all parents will be free to
li ipate in the activities plan-
I by the committee.
iservatlons may be obtained
bhoning .Mrs. Herbert Wilen-
Mrs. -Marvin Zank.
>!rs. Krieger
4iven Honor
Mrs. Nellie Krieger has been
elected national committeewoman
of the American Gold Star
Mothers for the fourth consecu-
tive term. Honor was received at
the recent national convention
held in Detroit.
' Reports on the meeting given
by local delegates including Mrs.
Krieger, Mrs. D. O. Patton and
Mrs. Anna K. DePree. at 1:30
p.m. Thursday in Gesu school.
The Miami gioup Did for next
i' i nal 'nelave, but Long
Beach. Cal., home of President
Mrs. Eleanor D. Boyd, won the
honors. She was elected for the
second term.
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Food Fair Stores this week opened its newest addition to its rapidly expanding chain of food
utlets at 1556 N.W. 36th St., in the heart of the Allapattah business section.
This new building is 100 by 125 feet with an adjacent parking area for customers. A high sign
tower, brilliant y lighted, and typical of the orga lization is atop the building. An ur.usual departure
ni this unit is the piacmg of the tower atop the center of the building, rather than at either end. A
lennessee marble front and a large plate glass area a are features of construction. The store is com-
pletely air-conditioned by Hill-York and has its own ice plant for the preservation of vegetables
and perishables.
A new feature is the new type, low, self-service meat refrigerator cases. Another feature, but
not new with Food Fair, is the installation of modern, sanitary stainless steel, speed check booths.
Special attention also has been given to color treatment and to a combined General Electric
slimline and flood lighting treatment. Terrazzo floors are used throughout the store, which is 100
per cent vermin proof. The design of the Store eli minates all bottlenecks and makes for ease of
shopping.
Plans were drawn by F. J. Tarlowski, architect. L. B. Taylor was structural engineer.
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Sunday, July 16, from 1:30 to 4:30
p.m. aboard the Seminole Queen,
according to Mrs. Anna Goldberg,
president. The boat leaves from
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Tenth In Lecture Series
Scheduled For Tuesday
""How to Be Happy Though
Human" will be the topic of the
lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson
Tuesday, July 18. at 8 p.m. at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th St.
and Ocean Court, Miami Beach.
This will he the tenth in a series
by Dr. Wolfson on "The Art of
Living." At 9 p.m the forum will
join America's Town Meeting of
the Air.
Religious Men To Discuss
Approach To New War
"What Should Be the Religious
Man's Approach to the Possibility
of a New War?" is the subject to
be discussed on the Miami Round
Table of the Air Saturday, July
15, at 7 p.m. over station WIOD.
Participants will be Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David, Dr. Glenn
B. James of the White Temple, a
Catholic representative and Dr.
H. Franklin Williams, vice presi-
dent and dean of the faculty of
the University of Miami, mod-
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FRIDAY, JULY 14
New Unit Services General Leisure-Time
Groups, Synagogues, Suburban Centers
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A ireati Miami
the tl I of a
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luaint the G
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tion of Greater M

[started. The
1 about I
.1 Centi

discu
Centers
In ordei this ques-
tion, '' i" mind
I facl and
community support
use the definitions as a basis
:' d< : mining the fields in
which the ass tciation nd will j
sei ve.
Areas:
With respect 1 1
newly
establ ""'
F pu pose of this article, been in ever} '
[ am going to divide the agencies tion purposes ol tne
oups, in order I t, because of the
their purposes, and the | newness of the organizations, and.
s in which the Jewish Centers .,
. ciation will serve. The g > ;,''"-,-
. f .11........ the particular communitj. inesi
ni w ns will,
are as follows:
c;e&

Children enjoy Purim fete
can onlj to these
organizations, or I thosi func-
tions 0! j anizations, which
represent or lend themselves to
inity participate.
This is a principle that is accepted
not only here in Miami, but in
all other communities The Jewish
Cente al 1 ives its
funds from the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, which is sup-
ported by the total community.
We efore state, us a
'.< iici'.il principle, that the Ji
ters Association will serve in
genera] and Jewish group work,
itionai and in-
foi :.... lucal ional pr grams and
1] ipen
to iill people in the community.
Starting with this general
iple, we will have to de-
scribe the purposes and functions-
of the ni igem ies who are
affiliated with the centers as-
tion in order to describe to
you whom we will serve. But
I I .'- to make
that Hie reason for the
egate the
us purpi fum tions
' >n each othi I imply that
' in purposi e more im-
' ni than others, but rathei
.... di mine the primacy of
the Beach Y. and the M'-,their purposes, and the Jewish
ami J e w i s h Community Centers Association will not press
Center: require these organizations t 1
A V or Jewish centei is spoken conform to any particular pur-
of as a total communitj niza- poses. Insofar, however, as these
levi informal educa-
menl oup work pi mal and iti mal programs.
in the J( wish and general fiel I iciation will make
which ,.-open to all people in the its stafl available to these cen-
munity. Membership is n it ters, ..nd the community will be
1 n :
ips of persons. All Jews
pa tii i] ite in a Jew..
program whi ther they i
( V ''.' -;'' I
I The prim ry purp -
nti r is I :
if in-
: tion and recreat
em] sis thi "in-
I" Applying
1 find
in this type of organiza- |
tion, the Jewish Center Ass
nd the j
unity can offer its support I
in terms of deficit financing.
(2) Synagogue!: or Synagogue]
Centers Housing Leisure Tune
Programs:
The purpose of a synagogue orl
synagogue center is to provide asked to assist in terms of deficit
for the religious needs of a speci- financing.
Adults Cavort at Beaux Arts ball
have found the formula most ac-
ceptable to our community for
working with all the organiza-
tions described.
At the present time, the most
gratifying mums which hav
come out of the newly formed
Jewish Centers Association, are.
first, that people in all parts of
the Greater Miami community]
becoming better acquainted'
each other; and second, that J
find a spirit of friendliness |
cooperation among all the gro
and. third, that every part of (
Greater Miami communitj
benefiting from the sharing j
ideas, staffs and facilities.
Nursery school visits fixeboal
fie type of membership, whether
it be Orthodox. Conservative, Re-
form or Liberal A person,
a synagogue or synagogue center j
joins a specific religious denomi-j
national group. A synagogue or
synagogue center has a primary \
religious purpose, and through
(4) National Ideology Youth
groups such as B'nai B'rith
and Zionist Youth Organiza-
tions:
In the case of the Youth Organ-
izations, the Jewish Centers
Association will make its staff
extra-curricular activity seeks to available for the purpose of train- '
serve members of its congregation ing leadership for these organiza- [
in informal educational and 1 tions. In this respect, the centers
in rational activities. Applying | association will not participate in,
the general principle we have: or attempt to influence the
described above, we find that the j ideology of the particular group.
Jewish Centers Association can | The training and leadership of
and will serve the synagogue or 1 these youth groups is. however, a
synagogue center in the informal: community responsibility.
educational and recreational acti- T want to in conclusion that,
or while at the outset we are making
certain general determinations as
synagogue
synagogue center. Where the
centers association serves the
synagogue or synagogue center in
these fields, the program which
will be housed in the facilities of
the synagogue or synagogue cen-
ter, will be open to the entire
community, and not alone to
members of the synagogue or
.synagogue center.
(3) TM Wewly-Eitdblished Jew-
ish Centers in Suburban
to the fields of service of the t
centers association, and the reia- ;
tionship of the centers association
to its member agencies, we are j
going to evaluate from time to j
time what we are doing, until we'
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IY. JULY 14, 1950
+Jewist fhridian
PAGE THIRTEEN
'Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
tlST AFFAIRS:
|y did President Truman not
[the usual message of greet-
lo the annual convention of
Sonist Organization of Amer-
fhich was held last week in
Obituaries
MRS. FANNIE FREEMAN
7fi, of 1560 West Ave., Miami Beach,
a rormer resident of Cleveland, passed
| away last Thursday. Tne remains were
sent to Ohio for services and Interment
I by the Beach Memorial Chapel. She
Is survived by a son, Marvin C.
' rreeman.
MOT
This question is
asked by quite a number
jnists who were not among
elegates attending the con-
Mi' They recall that
imin Browdy. ZOA presi-
reported following his
visit to the White House
Truman indicated to him that
|ight attend the Chicago con-
on .. Well, none of the
as Zionist leaders expected
Truman would really come
ZOA parley but a message
Truman was expected .
absence of such a message
fciven ground to all kind of
relations Will American Cincinnati and Hartford have
M leadership press for the each been asked to assure accept-
Kshment of the headquarters ance of 108 displaced Jews this
Organization year Incidentally, latest JDC
reports reveal that as a result of
a more severe screening process,
the actual number of persons pro-
cessed and awaiting immigration
under the DP Act has shrunk
from 13,000 at the end of April
to 9.000 in June The number
of displaced Jews who have been
"J1". ud. .ue ,frr01,? wS I register ided that the World Zionist, agencies in the past two weeks
uarters be located in New | has been lower than expected.
. Louis Lipsky headed the i t w
which opposed it "You __ ; __ *
t sit in New York and con- LABOR
[work in Israel by remote
pi," Lipsky argued .
nn's main argument was
the headquarters remains
Irusalem, the entire world
It movement will be domi-
by the Israel government
The issue may come up at
/orld Zionist Congress in
liber.
HARRY SCHWARTZ
86, of 1324 Euclid Ave., passed awav
July 6 In a local hospital. He leave's
his wife Mildred. Mr. Schwartz came
to Miami from Jamaica, Ing Island,
more than a year ago and was a
retired singer. The remains were sent
to Toronto, Canada, for services and
Interment by Riverside Memorial
Chapel, Miami Beach.
?w York instead of Jeru-
. This is another ques-
fchat some rank-and-filers in
COA are asking ... It is
i that this question pro-
quite a good deal of ex-
nt behind the scenes at the
[convention Dr. Emanuel
been requested by the United
Service for rtnv Americans to
assure acceptance of 540 displaced
Jews who are to arrive in this
country during 1950 Phila-
delphia has been asked to accepc
414 displaced Jews and Los
Angeles 351, while Boston was
urged to accept 306 immigrants.
Detroit's quota is 279; Cleve-
land's is the same; Baltimore
follows with a quota of 234 and
Newark with 225 .. Next is
Pittsburgh, which is to assure the
acceptance of 207 displaced Jews,
and St. Louis which has a quota
of 198 Miami's quota is 162;
Milwaukee and Washington must
each accept 153 refugees; Minnea-
polis slated for a quota of 112
DP's, and so is St. Paul
llfnver mill r,oo~ 1 no i u Blckow came to Miami 17 years ago,
uenver will acept 192 Jewish' He is survived i,v his wife i.ia two
refugees; Kansas City, Rochester v<,ns' Harold and Edward, and a
Cincinnati and Hartford havp Jau - rangements were in charge of River-
side Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach.
MORRIS PERLMUTTER
Services for Morris Perlmutter, aged
60, president of the Rae-Rose Apart-
ments, 13U7 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach,
were held In Chicago this week. Mr.
I'erlmutter is survived by two
laughters, Rae, and Mrs. Rose Du-
Ilrow, : Miami Beach.
MRS. REBECCA LABOVITZ
67, of 2115 Washington Ave., passed
away In a local hospital on July 6.
fehe is survived by her husband, Jacob,
.& ""-"'>" P-. Rubin, Norman anu
William, and a daughter, Mrs- Phillip
Kramer. The remains were sent to
Baltimore, Md., (or service! and Inter-
ment r.v R'verBltle Memorial Chanel,
Miami Beach.
DR
LEO Y. BICKOW
63, of 1614 Euclid Ave., passed awav
in a local hospital on .lulv .: A retired
dentist from New York City, l)r
London Mayor To Fete
Israeli Delegation
TEL AVIV, (JTA)A delega-I
tion of members of the Israel f
Parliament left this week for"
London at the invitation of the
British Parliament. They will be
given a reception by the Lord
Mayor of London and a dinner
will be arranged in their honor by
Prime Minister Clement Attlee.
"The delegation represents six
parties in the Israel Parliament
but not the Left Socialist Mapam
or the extreme right Hcrut. It is
headed by Pinkas Lubianiker,
general secretary of the Histadrut,
the Israel Federation of Labor,
and a 'leading member of the
right-wing Socialist Mapai. In a
statement issued prior to the de- :
parture of the delegation, Mr.'
Lubianiker said:
"The delegation was pleased to
, receive the invitation of the,
British Parliament. It considers j
; the invitation a symbol of the I
desire of the British people to.
improve relations and under-1
standing between Britain and i
Israel. The delegation is convinced
that personal contact will con-
tribute to mutual British-Israel
cooperation for peace and pro-
gress in the Middle East."
Israeli Group To
Hold Card Party
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.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
Hadassah Medical Organization.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
A. A. Lesser. Assisting her are
the Mesdames F. Berger, H.
Dashew, D. S. Denner, L. Edell,
Ed Felton, Joseph Halfon, J.
Hochman, D. Joseph and Alex-
ander Kogan.
Tickets may be purchased at
the door.
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QUALITY
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lAmerican Jewish Congress
Jarters will soon move into
ling of 'is own in New York
fThe Congreep.- building is
in the fashionable Fifth
lie neighborhood, a few
from the Israel Consulate
ut 65 percent of the Jews
g the United States under
tgular immigration laws re-
in New York City The
0 Jewish community has
Only fifty years ago Jewish
workers, parading on May first
on New York's East Broadway,
carried placards with slogans
"Long Live the 48-hour working
week!" ... To gain an eight-hour
day and a six-day work week
was considered an ideal by or-
ganized labor in these years when
WILLIAM GERALD PRICE
3, of Wit B.W. 2nd Kt., passed
away this week. He was the son of
Joseph and Rarbara Price and the
grandson of Anna and Isaac England -
er. A brother, Chris, also survives.
Services were conducted at the Miami
Riverside Memorial Chapel, West
Flagler and 20th Ave., on Tuesday,
with interment following in the Jewish
Section of Woodlawn I "ark Cemetery.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated.
IRA GOTTLIEB
70, of 615 Madeira Ave.. Coral Cables.
died Monday in New York City, Mr
Gottlieb was chairman of Schratia
and Bieber Co., wholesale toy concern.
ments in labor's struggle for its
the sweat-shop day began at fights, V Twday everybody ac-
dawn and ended late in the ; knowledges labor as a tremendous
evening Today union members m J^0^8 "233
in most trades enjoy a five-day
work week of 40 hours or less .
positive rights acquired
under existing laws But the
n i Itllow goes "courtine
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piikling wedding ring.
U More they ti the aiptUl kael
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Trade unions in the United States ac?UIS!t,on f Pwer !"* .dem-
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those fifty years and Jewish labo? ?*T\?\!!f*ZmSl
leaders, such as Samuel Gompers flgure ln, the Am"ican labor
Morris Hilquit. Sidney Hillman[I I"0?*',X' UrgeS labor to share
and David Dubinsky played no
small part in this achievement
. The hard legal road which
organized labor in America has
faced during the forward march
to its present position is outlined
in "Unions Before the Bar" by
Elias Lieberman, just published
by Harpers The author is
one of the recognized top labor
lawyers ki this country, and his
book is the best I have ever read
on the evolution of labor rights
in the United States ... It will,
no doubt, become a major text-
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of law, especially for those study-
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Mr. Lieberman picked out the
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American history in which the
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these cases and their background
from a human interest point of
viewwithout sacrificing legal
accuracyhe brings out very
very clearly the major develop-
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community ... He opposes the
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The book is a unique combination
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but also by readers who seek to
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fjenisfi FhrkJiar
FRIDAY, IULY14

University Human Relations Workshop
Combats Racial, Religious Prejudice
Teaching students to respect
their fellow men by eradicating
prejudice was the theme of the
W rkshop in Human Relations
held at the University of Miami
Tuesday and Wednesday of this
week.
Designed especially for teachers
attending the teacher training
course at the university, the
workshop was sponsored by the
university and the Florida region-
Bodncr 0|M'iis
Law Office Hero
Charles J. Bodner
Lt. Col. Charles J. Bodner. a
former member of General
Douglas MacArthur's staff in
Tokyo, has opened law offices at
l-iT2 N.W. 36th St. A graduate of
the University of Miami and
Rutgers Law School, he traveled
extensively throughout Asia dur-
ing 1930 and 1931 and practiced
law from 1931 until the beginning
i : World War II in Passaic, X. J.,

for tin' Passaic
nty B A ti >n.
instructor
n thi
N'orth Africa
-
I
it the
and Budge;.
Arthur's I
I ;i completion of his vice
1947,
el ained by a
el up cor-
tions and agencies through-
out the Far E
al office of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
During the first day's session.
Donald Sprague. associate pro-
fessor of human relations at the
university, emphasized the role
which the teacher can play in
combatting racial and religious
prejudice. He admitted that the
home is the prime influence in
developing prejudice, but the
schools are the second most im-
portant and much can be done
there.
Teaching materials in human
relations available at the Uni-
i versitv of Florida were listed and
explained by Charles C. Bushong.
\ assistant professor in extension
education at Gainesville.
Pamphlets, posters and books,
all anti-prejudice teaching aids,
were exhibited by the ADL.
Similar publications and facilities
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews were de-
scribed by James Whitehead.
South Florida director.
David H. Cohn. graduate student
in the government department at
the university, conducted a rumor
clinic, which illustrated how facts
are twisted when a story is re-
peated several times.
The Rev. William McKeever,
religious adviser to Catholic
students at the university, spoke
briefly.
Other speakers at the institute
were Fred Routh, Warburg
Fellowship student at New York
University, and Dr. D: R. Larson,
chairmn of the university govern-
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tlDAY, JULY 14, 1950
jonlight Cruise Slated
Pioneer Women Club No. One
[Miami Beach and the Bialik
Inch of the Jewish National
Jrkers Alliance will sponsor a
onlight cruise aboard the
vcn Seas on Sunday, July 23,
J p.m. The boat will leave from
Ir 8. City Yacht Basin.
Reservations may be made by
|ing Mrs. Henry Seitlin at
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LEGAL NOTICE
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_ notice by publication
the circuit court of the
l.eventh judicial circuit
r,.,:i4l'!llJA. I-V AND FOR DADK
foVs IN CHANCS^T, No.
l\ INC, M. SCHERRY. Defendant
IRVING M. SOHERRY "'
n Fox
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iltimore, Maryland
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to a copy of your Answer to the
of Complaint filed against you
t Oil plaintiffs solicitor, T R
Eiah fl* Congress Building,
In Florida, and file the original
Jam Answer In the office of the
.."', ,he al,ove Court on or before
I ',, ay.,"f AufU8t. 1950, otherwise
allegations or said Ulll wiU ue
In as confessed by vou.
"V.ED this 12 day of Julv, 1950
E B LEATHER-MAN
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noticf: under fictitious ""
___ NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
,"<'M,Y.^x"\vaK^OU"15' P1-
-MYRON WAHSHAW it CO.
1216 N. Miami Avc,
Miami, Fla.
MYRON WARSHAW and
DAVID WARSHAW,
equal partners.
(Myron Warshaw, Inc., a
Pla.
succeeded Myron
<-ori>oiiitlon, has
Warshaw & Co.)
MANFRED .1. BERLINER, Atty.
Ill Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
7/14-21-28 8/4
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE FIFTEEN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the .i.,i,.,HiB..,.,i, ,!,.is to engage',]
business undo, the I|,.,|.....I: *,*'.
ViV'.U'i" ,V"UV ,3a lchl*n av,,,,,,
Miami Reach, Intend to register said
Kurt;",'!,. !he,-c*""k '>" "-
l oit ,,, i ,.U|,. county, Florida
JACOB SNEIDER
7/7-14-2, .it3* "M
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
h- "'.....rrtgned.....siring toenmnte
buahieM under the fictitious Same
U^h',',''1':'" ';if' 8hP number |,i :
Wash ngton Avenue in the Oltv of
7,h '"' *"'' "'"" "">' the Clerk
Florida '" C0Uli of DU '"""'*
7/7-14-2l-28M-AL"RlCE GOI'DERO
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_ NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tlu.undersigned, desiring to engageTin
business under the fictitious name of
r-m vvv'-.1 ,'H "' STORES at 1204-
In end V Av'"""- ""ami, Florida,
h p ,'" .r!to*M Bald name with
Coumv'V,' !* '"'"U" ''""" "r *
county, Florida.
JACQUES ROHER, JR.
^tssinSs asfipR.....' "
6/30 7/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
IXiSPSM BY PUBLICATION
P.-',?.-?!,?., U7T COURT OF THE
Ll-.\h.\TH JUDICIAL CIRC1IT
lrviv""A',^' AN" ""(,|t DADE
0-6 ~" ,N CHA-N'CERY, No.
roll \vilijam rupp, Plain-
B. vs. HELEN MADELINE RUPP
^Jfends ,ii
HELEN MAI.KLINE RUPP
i Baal Market,
irrisonbuig, Virginia
_Ju are required to 8erve a copy
T;ui; ?n?wer he BUI of Com-
tor Divorce on the plaintiffs
'">. and to file the original
<; In the office of the Clerk of
J.1","!' ",", ',"' '"' '"'"" 'he
i.V, AS*??t' AD- '5<>: otherwise,
Liil or Complaint for Divorce
mi",.,'!:,i-v'.:iV'.^. "''"'i,l:'' ,his ,h-
... ',: ''. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ol the Circuit Court,
Dade ( OUnty, Florida.
lit Court S,,,|,
By WM. U' BTOCKINQ
.nd A..,,,..sof W Clerk.
Plalgtlffs Solicitor:
SeybnM BuifJii,,-
01. rlorida.
Kj-tS g, i
,nt J?,OTICE BY PUBLICATION
r.iI&Vi,IR<-;mT (("'1'T OF THE
E3jBYSJTILDDiraAL circuit
IN AND FOR DADE t'OlTNTY
f''P.lllDA- IN' CHANCERY, No!
MABEL ELEANOR NE8S, Plaintiff
V. VICTOR E. NESS. Defendant '
T9,.Y,'CTOR B- NBS8. Defendant:
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Bill of
,."",'.l,.a unon Plaintiffs attornev,
MORTON ROTHENUERO, 420 IJncofn
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original In the otflce of the Clerk
or" the Circuit Court on or before
August 7, 1950; otherwise, said Bill
will be taken as confessed by you
Dated this 7 day of July, m;,n
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,. ~CIrk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON,
7/14-2L28 8/4 D*PU,y Uerk-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ITTMBO INN at 5355 S. W. 8th Street,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDWARD JOSEPHS and
KAE JOSEPHS
THEODORE .1. BAKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida
6/30 7/7-14-21
Il'VlA- ,("r,{T OF THE
IIAE.NIH JIIMC A|, CIRCUIT
',,rn- N CHANCERY, No.
mar?TbK^tOBCH
J West Kuth Street,
l York, N.w York
f. Mary Bennett, are hereby noti-
I that a Bin ofComplalni for
.,',';, '' '- i.....n riled against vou,
oou are required to serve a copy
fin Answer or Pleading to the
; < omolaint n the plaintiff1*,
I ,,''"'! ''""' W Olympia
"-. -Miami, Florida, and f||. the
?"', ,}"s:V,"r, '" Plea.....g In the
k of the ( lerk of the Clrcull Court
r before the II day AngU8t
'""," ,' taken against v.,
Smptelnt ,I'"U""I',|I 'n the Bill
|s notice shall be published once
, :' / f'Vlr......secutlve weeks
to Jewish Plorldlan.
[.I, ,,AXI,', ORt>KRED at Miami.
*'' this II .lay of July, A D I960
' .. I!. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
in ourt, Dade County, Florida
ru.i i oui i Seal)
By WM. W. BTOCKINQ,
_2j B Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I IN THE CIRCUIT ('(.CRT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUD1U1AL "IRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. .No.
138893.
ELIZABETH CURTIS. Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM WALTER CURTIS, De-
fendant.
YOU, WILLIAM WALTER CURTIS,
1222 North Broad Street. Hillside,
New Jersey, are hereby notified that
, a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy or your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney,
MAX It. SILVER, 922 Seybold Build-
ing, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 3rd day of
August, 19..0. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will lie taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this .',th day of July, 19",0.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \\
, NOTICE TO APPEAR
^JWlJgLfffOWOOOT^O* THE
f*v 'Yfe?TH JUDICIAL CIRoiV
'}' AND FOR DADE OOUNTY
FLORIDA. IN ,'Hivi'i-BV r< '
No. 5908S. LHANCLRi, Case
.3 Grnndview Avenue,
Tf U5p'55.nn> LMne >'and, N. Y
TO BERTRAM R. COLE.MAN,
Attorney for Porter O. Fisher
Shoreiand Arcade, "*">er,
Miami, Florida:
pla-nHrr^eref.6^^'^ FISHFR6
Courthouse. Miami, Florida, at Which
time and place you are required to
aPBfar personally or through cunse
ing.yaSe *Vern WSBff accora-
Dated: June 30th. 19.",0.
,}? ,B- LEATHERMAN,
(Circuit O,une;v",f,lhe0r'ul,,-ourt
By L. O. MOORE,
MORTON ROTHENBERIGPUty Clerk-
Attorney
42,1 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.., NAME LAW
, -N"TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t, ,,g ,n
!'. v ,. ,Kln AX" MARKET at
- v\\. ii,,, 8t Mlam, KiHd.
Courn,y?fJ1,ohHda,,Cmt CoUrl f D*d*
HERBERT JHACf?^EI!(,HER-JH-
smrffl-u?tijMm* Roher- Jr-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,.NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bUNSHINE CURB MARKET at 300
Southwest Sth Avenue. Miami. Florida"
k ?.? 5 rwater said name with
r5.HCr.erk .of Jft! Clrcu" Court of
Dade County, Florida
BENJAMIN WEGBRE1T
.v i,ole Owner
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
;'''":.,'IA,.'K COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 133909.
MARTIN PLOTNICK, Plaintiff, vs.
-,-,l'"K'.'U'.V., '''-OTNICK. Defendant.
rO: FREDA PLOTNICK
14117 ST. MARKS AVENUE
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
_jOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
That a suit for divorce has I.....n
brought against you by martin
PI/OTN1CK. and you arc required to
serve a copy of your written defenses,
" any, on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk ,if the Circuit Court on or
before, the 7 day of August, 1950, in
default of which the inn ot complaint
win be taken rs confessed against you.
Dated this 5 day of July, 150.*?
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk or the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
'iEOROE J. TALIANOFF
420 Lincoln Road i
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney lor Plaintiff
7/7-14-21-28
lOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
',,,,,, NAME LAW
' E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
noerslgned, desiring to engage In
>s under the fictitious .,;,,,. J,"
nine Sweets Sugar at S3 N. E
Mi.et, Miami, Florida. Intends
i-i ter said name with H. Clerk
' ircult i ourt of |i.l.- County,
GREEN BROS., INC
rh u.5?r!^ Corporation
!-. IIIIMAN ,v- KAPLAN
* c>s foi Applicant
f'1'! iiuilfling
MAX R. SILVER
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/7-14-21-28
. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
IV THpTcm ^PUBLICATION
i.T...'\ '."" OURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCOT
.' ."""'"AIN AND FOR VmI.K
imU." 1N CHANOBRT, No.
IN RE: ADOPTION up
a minoV TBOJn"> DUMENWO,
<;., maguey, Cuba
lou are hereby notified that
AARON DIXON and JUDITH ,IX N
his wife, have filed a petition for the
SBanSSBa" r KO,1ERT teofhx,
,,Iv" ft hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer to the petition
?h "I! Vone"' solicitor and fi "
of ,hIl8o!ml ,'n Ahe offlce ot the Clerk
m SS Cl,,'u't Court of Dade County,
,. -V. \'",r "*<"''< a da>- Of August
! ..0; and ,f you fail to do so a decree
!voursuchs,uT,ybee"t'-'^ -''"-
Dated July 3, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
(Circuit Court ts:an0,l'"lUU ''"U"
By WM. W. STOCK I NO
T. R. NELSON 1>e,,Ut>' Clcrk-
Solicitor for Petitioners
11- Congress liidg
Miami, Florida
7/7-14-21-28
o Ji?JiCE BY PUBLICATION
t'i \vXT,i- ;" ""'AL CIRCUIT
Wt^unPx FORv, DADE COUNTY,
133760 ~ CHANCERY, No.
"AP^S ODAM, as Administratrix of
y?w^8ta,e ,f A,wpi1 o<,am- "'"o
l" Z Atward Oilam, Atwood
wJ'l Charles Odam and Charles
!, ,am.s.\ deceased, Plaintiff, vs.
MAMIE ODAM, Defendant.
YOU, Mamie Odam, 51 West 143
Street, New iork, New York, are
required to serve a copy of your
Mirer to the BUI of Complaint" for
Declarators- Decree on plaintiffs at-
orney, Harold Shapiro, 927 Lincoln
;.....' .Mia,,,, Beach, Florida, and rile
the original in the office of the I !lerh
of this Court on or before July 31.
, ,'il' "'berwise a Decree Pro Confess.,
"ill be entered against vou.
This Notice Will be published once
a, week for four consecutive weeks in
the Jewish Plorldlan.
Dated June 27, 1950.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
27 Llnooln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
6/30 7/7-11-21
R. WILSON,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNOER FICTI1 :OUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROBERT A. PATRICK SALVAGE
COMPANY at 120 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Dade County, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY J. LOUIS
EARL WINTERS
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
42,1 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
Attoi ney for Applicants
6/23-30 7/7-14
sNu7',?,E, 7,y, PUBLICATION
Il-\'rv,1 ','!' COURT OF THE
Pl5S.Tr?. J*SMCIAL CIRCUIT
|';j. ~ ,N CHANCERY, No.
IMiiFJ-'VA^ >X. "nlntiff,
I Second Avenue,
W Vork City, New y,,i k
| are required to serve s copy
I f, i J'01' to the Bi of Com-
I,'1 Divorce on the plaintilfs
V in ,h % "'" tho original
h ..,!.',,"V: """"< "r ""' Clark or
I ".' ">'" OB or before the
,,,.'"'' "f Complaint for Dl-
bereto-,,r, filed herein, will be
k-,' ,'"/,':"-" by you,
*vtjMy?na50?o,M*' ""
... E, n. LEATHERMAN,
i.k of the Circuit Court,
By: C. E la,I.AND,
I-'"" Address of DePU,>' Ctor,B
l"s Solicitor:
tvi ,i FRIEDMAN,
I-2K 8/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JIMMIES SUNDRIES at IPV.i S' \V.
Sth Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to
I, pucri, ..iitiuii, riKiniii, iiit i mi ,..
iglster said name with the Clerk of
e Circuit Court of Dade County,
i e
th
w'urida.
NATHAN SEDL1K
AL RETSKIN
ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Nathan Sedlik and
Al Retskin
6/23-30 7/7-14
iv T?tST'CE TO CREDITORS
,vT" V'"lNTV JUDGE'S COURT
um o,V F"U CADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH CHOJNACKI,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and Ail Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
ouiu r.Mnti*:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
'laims and demands which cu. or
either of you, may haw against th,.
estate Ol JOSEPH CHOJNACKY de-
ceased, late of Dade County, Florida,
to he lb,,, W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge ot Dade County, and file the
-!;1""-, his office In the County
Courthouse ,n Dade County. Fl>|da
within eight calendar months from
the date ol the first publication hereof
haid claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be haired. Bee
sect,,, 120 of the 1933 Probate Lcl
Date June 28, A.D. 1950
SOFIA CHOJNACKI,
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of JOSEPH
.,. PH"JNACKI, Deceased.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Sophia Chojnackl
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
.,'.U.,!.'.V!''S. unn>r the fictitious name of
IAFI- HOTEL at 1040 Washington
Avenue. .Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
Vi ,!' c""cuit Court of Dade Countv,
rlorida.
ANNA FREED
SOD FREED
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Anna Freed and
801 Freed
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
133611.
AETNA FINANCE COMPANY, a
Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs.
IRA MONEY and BESSIE MONEY.
his wife, and LOVINA M. TRIPP.
Defendants.
TO:
IRA MONEY and RESS1E MONEY
265 N. e. wist Terrace
Uleta, North Miami Beach, Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit for foreclosure of chattel
mortgage covering the following de-
scribed property in Dade County,
Florida:
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 m
6 Chairs
l Easy Elec. Wash. Machine
1 Elec. rVigidalre
1 oil Range
1 Table
3 Hollywood Beds
l Walnut 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 the bill of complaint on plaintiff's
attorney, Mane Paber, 412 Congress
Bldg.. .Miami Florida, and file the
original answer in the offii.....f the
Clerk of the above Court, on or before
the 24th day of July, l;i.-,ii; in default
of which the Bill of Complaint will he
taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 21st day of June, 1950,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON.
6/23-30 7/7-14 VaV ^'^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Neonite Sign Company at 252 \ W
29th Str.ct, Miami, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
EMJL FLUTIE
ALBERT FLUTIE
MORTON ROTHENUERO
Attorney for Emll Flutle
8 30 7/7-14-2]
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eni
business under the fictitious name of
Southeastern Smelting and Manu-
facturing Co. al :.420 N. W. 37th
Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
STANLEY HIR8CBJ
A. HIRSOII
80 7'7-ll
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FoK DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
132613.
MARIA M. CULLIN, Plaintiff, vs.
WALTER N c.II.I.IN, Defendant.
TO: WALTER N. Cl'I.LIN
2962 N. W. 91st Street
Miami, Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint for divorce has been
filed against you, and you are v-
to said complaint on plaintiff's at-
torney, MARX FABER, 412 CongrtM
Bldg., Miami, Florida, and file the
original answer in the office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court, on or before
July 24, 1950, in default of which the
complaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this 21st day of June, lDaO.
B B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON.
Deputy Clerk.
6/23-30 7/7-14
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
In Re .-ESTATE OF
Charles K Fine, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having C laims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which vou, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Charles E. Fine, deceased
late or Dade County, Florida, to the
lion. W. F. Blanlon, County SJudge
of Dnde County, and file the same in
his office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date or the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of tire claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
of the l3:t Probate Act
Date June 27, A.D. 1950.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
As Administrator of the Estate of
Charles E. Fine. I.eceased
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Administrator
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICEOF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 2,1722ACTS OF 1941
File A-15846
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
Jessie L. Zucker, holder of County
lax Sale Certificates numbered 1401
and 3632, Issued the 24th day of May
A. D. 1P4K. has filed same in my
ofrlce. and has made application for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. Said
certificate! embrace the following
described property, in the County or
Dade, State or Florida, to wit:
Lota 17, IS & 19, Block l, 1'inedale,
A Sub., I'lat Book 22, Page .12, in the
County of Dade, Stale 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.
l-it 12. Block 54, Coral Cables
Riviera Sec. Part 3, I'lat Book 2S,
Page II, In the County of Dade, state
of Florida, as embraced In Certificate
No. 3632. The assessment of said
property under the said certificate
issued was in the name of Francis
S. Grills.
Unless said certificates shall he re-
''' i.....i set.....ling to law, the property
lies, rib,.,1 herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door, on the first Monday in the month
of August. A. D. hi.-,,:> which is the
.th day of August. A 1>. 1950,
Dated this the 26th day of June,
A. D. 1930.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Be U I
By N. C. STERRETT.
/SO 7/7-14-2! DePUt>' C'erk-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan,.- ..f
Cen.-i Enterprises at P. O. Box 4967,
'Miami 29, Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
El'OENE C. HEIMAN
I ELMER 0L1PHANT
7/7-14-21-28
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ulll JUDICIAL CIRC11T IN AND
FOR DADE OOUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 134,141
JULIA PATRICIA ELLIS, Plaintiff,
vs. Arthur ei.i.is. Defendant.
TO: ARTHUR ELLIS
c o Bardls
Perry Avenue
Bayvllle, Long Island
You are bereby notified that a
Bill of > lomplalni for I ttvoi ce has bet n
filed against you, and you arc hereby
required to serve a copy ,,r your
answer to tin- Bin of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the
original Answer in the office of the
clerk of the Clrcull Court, "ii or
before the il day of August, 195$;
otherwise the allegations ol said Bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
Dated this 11 day of Julv. 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of th,. Circuit Couit.
(Circuit Court Seal,
R. H. RICE, JR..
Depute Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
7 11-21-2s s I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN HIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND F,,R DADE
133MC,TY' ~ 'N CHANCBRY. No.
JOSEPH FEIOENBAUM. Plaintiff, vs.
SARAH FEIGENBAUM, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SARAH FEIOENBAUM
321 E. 93rd Street
Brooklyn, New Sork
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
tiled against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
Or Pleading to the Bill or Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, ALFRED
F. NESBITT, 420 Lincoln Road, .Miami
Beach, Florida, and file tfie original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the t lerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 7th day of August, 1950. If
you fall to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against vou f.,, the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Plorldlan.
DONi: AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this oth day or July, A.D.
' E B. LEATHERMAN, Ark,
circuit court. Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
ALFRED F. NESBITT I"'"Uty ^"^
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney R>r Plaintiff
7/7-14-21-28


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%  B ^-iTSJS !'. — /te ?•(-"•\%  &E: Y 14. 1950 *Jewlstfhrldinr PAGE THREE iponse To Opening Of Mt. Sinai Clinic at New Medical Clinic Is Added Hnedical clinic has been f Mount Sinai Hospital the tremendous response jpening of the outpatient Btt on Monday, according *"i! R Gertner, executive diiew clinic, he said, will be Mn 9 to 11 a.m. on Fridays. climes scheduled are %  uinic, 10 to 11 a.m. on %  obstetrical and gynecoSinai Joins [Cross Plan %  Jinai Hospital employees K accepted in the Florida OK plan, according to an %  Jnent by Samuel GertButive director. Blue [a hospitalization plan groups, which, by the nail, regular payments, aital care possible for ers without financial ertner explained. i Sinai itself become a ross hospital as soon as it Kid to date 710 patients Bh serviced by Blue Cross %  fctner added. To be a KB hospital, he explained, that a hospital has been %  for the servicing of perHbig Blue Cross memberIpg.. v Joining with 110 other F throughout the state the approval of the Ameri'edical Association in the Cross movement, Mount Bj been fulfilling its dual lability to the people of mun unity—to render the hospital service possible Hid a method by which Ktple can pay for it," Raid. logical, 9 to 11 a.m. Tuesdays; surgical, 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesdays. Offering all medical and surgical services provided by the hospital, the outpatient department began full-scale operation Monday with interviews and treatment of patients. Miss Edna P. Stephenson, medical social worker at the clinic said more than 100 telephone inquiries have been made concerning appointments since its opening was announced last week. "Many persons applied for treatment without making an appointment first," she said. "I'd like to ask all persons seeking these services to make an appointment so they will not be disappointed or be kept waiting when they arrive," she added. Miss Stephenson has been active in the field of child welfare and medical social service in the Miami area for the past ten years. Mrs. Leonard A. Wien, chairman of the volunteer workers in the outpatient department, announced that there will be three volunteer workers on duty during each clinic session. The department is located on the ground floor of the hospital with a separate entrance to the left of the main hospital entrance. In this department, all persons who cannot afford to pay for the services of a private physician will be given needed care at a cost they can afford to meet, according to Max Orovitz, president of the institution. Speaks At Church %  Men, local attorney, spoke Bo State of Israel—How it %  the Christian World" at Haley Methodist Church, %  tables. Thursday, July 13. Mn. The church played host Sisterhood of the First | Congregation of Coral at the gathering. Miller Unveiling The unveiling and memorial service for the late Minnie Miriam Miller, formerly of 6380 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach, will be held Sunday, July 16 at 11 a.m. in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery, Miami. Rabbis Max Shapiro and Joseph E. Rackovsky will officiate at the unveiling and dedication. They will be assisted by Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Mrs. Miller was a pioneer resident of this area and was active in local and national religious and philanthropic organizations. Mrs. Miller was the wife of Louis Miller, and the mother of Harry A. Miller, Mrs. A. E. Woolfe and Mrs. Sol Leslie. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Traoger Unveiling The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Bertha Traeger, formerly of 753 N.W. 22nd Court, will take place Sunday, July 16 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. II frsch To Read Play Tuesday Sam Hirsch, professor of drama at the University of Miami, will read the musical satire by E. Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy, "Finian's Rainbow," on Tuesday, July 18, at 8 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel. A musical background will be provided for the performance, which is presented under the auspices of Freedom House. Tickets are available at Pansy's Flower Shop, 193 22nd St., Doubleday Book Shop, 934. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, and Pansy Flaum's McAllister Hotel Flower Shop. Radio Interview Set Norman R. Lyons, local attorney and Jewish news commentator, will interview Stanley Scott, who is making arrangements to present legitimate shows in this area, on Sunday, July 16, during Jacob Sehachter's Jewish Hour from 10 to 11:30 a.m. The round table discussions, scheduled to get underway last week, will begin Sunday, July 23. Israelite Center Board Meets The board of directors of the Israelite Center met this week to work on plans for the High Holidays, according to Irving Sperling, president. Sam Eisner and Morris Chasanoff reported on a cantor to be hired for the services, and Nat Shenken discussed glass work to be installed in the new building. Others making reports were Morris Goldenberg, Mrs. Sylvia Sandier and Mrs. Minnie Deckowitz. Mother-Daughter Athletic Series On Calendar A summer series of motherdaughter athletic events got underway Thursday evening, June 29, at the Miami Jewish Community Center, with the mothers besting the daughters in a 2-out-of-3-series, by winning in shower ball and newcomball and losing only in volleyball. These competitive net activities will continue through the month of July and then new sports will be introduced in the series. Girl and matron teams are still in the process of formation at the center. 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Anti-Semitic Texts Still Available In Germany MUNICH, (JTA)— Despite the announcement of the North Rhine-Westphalian state government that" it had withdrawn schooltexts which contained antiSemitic statements the books have not, in fact, been withdrawn from schools and libraries and still may be bought freely. When newspapermen this week questioned education department officials on the situation they "refused to comment." From Stuttgart it was reported that Dr. Benno Ostortag, chairman of the local Jewish community, has called on the Wuerttemberg-Baden government to take action against Municipal Judge Hans Kottnackei, for expressing anti-Semitic statements. During a trial at which testimony was introduced that the defendant had been a gauleiter during the Nazi regime, the judge declared: "It makes no difference to me whether somebody was a gauleiter or unsuccessfully tried three times to gas a rabbi." Schurowitz Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Esther Schurowitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schurowitz, 12215 N.W. 10th Ave., who passed away July 23, 1949, will take place at Mt. Sinai Cemetery on Sunday, July 16, at 1 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; yell will nvi on a new roof later "Satlafaotory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth St*. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Prirate Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-1017 I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure rt-i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2*21 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm St End of Bird *M. 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r PAGE FOUR *Jtfm f tturikMauft FRIDAY, JULY 14 EDITORIAL Happy Kirthdau Abraham Cahcn, one of the pioneers of the Yiddish press in America and a leading figure in the Jewish labor movement in this country, has reached the ripe age of ninety. When Mr. Cahan assumed editorship cf the Forward close to fifty years ago, Jewish life in Americc, particularly in the large cities, was quite different from what it is today. America's doors had not yet been closed to immigration, and ever/ passenger ship coming to our shores brought droves c: Jews seeking freedcm and opportunity in the land c: promise zr.z hope. They zzrr.e the Jewish immigrant! from all zzrs c: the world escaping pogroms and persecution, bring•-err: -ere and -e:errr.:r.a::cr. for c r.e Most of them were Yiddish speakin The elements, z few ;: •'-* %  -new 9 .-.err. with s.-:...s. I r.e new wcrid its language rustoms and ::zz:::zr.s waa en to them. It was not easy :z: su:h rr.nss of ople tending %  ; concentrate in szez.i.z areas, :z ;me JO jsted ic new surroundings. Mi slized the situation and immediately c:::eeee= to become : powerful :::ce in the Americanization ::' the Jewish ~.rr..zrzr.\. This h accomplished by making the Forward not only c newspaper but also if we may use the express, on z Bchool for :cre:gr.ers. True, he wes not alone in that pattern but he was e icrerr.cs: exponent of the function ol the :z:e:zr. languagenewspapei as an agent in the Americanization process. Mr. Cahan has also revolutionized the Yiddish press in another ser.se. He was quick to realize thai the Yiddish press had to emulate the American newspaper if it was te escape er.guliment. And sc he proceeded to introduce the methods err spiril ol American ournalism into the Yiddish r/ess an accomplishment which contributed to making thai press the most outstanding among "-"• e : nguage newspapers. Unfortunately, •re power zr.z influence ::.: growth ol the Yiddish press is waning but this .s another chapter. Had he chosen Mr. Cora.-, could probably heve become one of America s greatest literary figures. os attested by his brilliant novel "The Rise of •-• ~. Levinsky, Instead he chose to make the ric 61 Jewish life, in all its facets, his chief "BEFORE YOU LEAVE, SIR!—" preoccupation, with Yiddish journclism his fiercest passion. There were times when Mr. Cahan's views on Jewish life were blurred, particularly with regard to Jewish national survival. But he had an alert and open mind and he was susceptible to changing situations and climates. He has mirrored the panorama of Jewish life in its most critical as well cs in its most uplifting moments. May he continue to mirror end reflect Jewish life for years and years to come. 70 Years Of ORT When the great Jewish social movements were coming into being at the end of the 19th centurv the Organization for Rehabilitation through Trcia ing—ORT was born. In 1880 in St. Petersburg, a group of prominent Jews headed by Samuel Pohakoff and Baron Horace de Gunzbourg founded ORT with the Gim cf integrating Jews into Russian economic life But this was just the beginning of a great move, ment that was destined to become international Surviving all political catastrophes, ORT acccm. penied the eternal Jewish wanderer from Petersburg to Berlin, from Berlin to Paris and London from Paris to New York. The American ORT Federation has received support from the American Jewish community for many years and since 1947 has received its funds through agreement with the Joint Distribution Committee. Starting with the catcstrophe of 1933 the main problem facing ORT was that of training German Jews fleeing Hitlerdom. ORT provided factory employment for displaced artisans and organized producers cooperatives. Industrial workshops in Lodz, the center of the Polish textile industry, trcined over 4,000 people in 1936. Jews applied themselves, under the guidance of ORT, to orcharding, truck gardening and other branches of agriculture. Even under the Nazi occupo; og courses in machine shop practice, auto-mechanics electrical work, dressmaking, carpentry and hand wecving were conducted. and new adventures in helpinq our peoDle create new lives. Into the mellahs of North Africa, CRT has entered with its training facilities, its vocational experts to participate in the herculean task o: educating our young people so that they may find new lives in Israel and work with their brother Israelis in the upbuilding of a nation of their own. Now established in Israel too, ORT provides courses in trades which are needed by the infant state. The realization of the Jewish State opens new ways and new rje-sDertives for th= C?T idea. The heroism started in the camps will embrace the whole of ORT activity. For uRT star.es ^r for the creative rebirth cf the Jewish people. its 70th birthday we congratulate a great institution whose far reaching philosophy has uplifted tens of thousands in the past and means a new hope for the future. An Open Letter To Arthur Godfrey Wont Some Other Hotel Do, Arthur? '• My 6, 1950, issue of the Boston. M I A V favorite r road ... and that includes anv ion H llywood can throw your way too The and Fred Allen rightfully dubbed \ ^gs and a baseball game. American and voungsters aanure brash and buoyant air .-; %  American everybody hears and t ,J^;' '--'• an ideals of fair plav. greater unde-and races, and better ifvmg for a better been a square guy on many 0 f your programs b> making a pit h n this behall whenever you could" p 8 o:T1 I we'd like to call your attention to an item which has ".'SUE MSJM.8S 4 L %  %  • "* now d 7t 'SIX'"? ""' %  '" %  Florida "J^bythfc time that the Kenilworth Acid Test For Israel By DAVID NUSSBAUM %  Miami fiTgramly £S*Trf &8S Tl H ?* ? en;lw ^h -•e guests e eXt brca proudly points to you ,':: %  ; %  ••,' ""•' wsi June, nas com • %  m selecting the guest list. SStSZ *"*•' %  ^ %  "i &3SS SBBtfiSS their direction. ope tnat you are leaning in -MIKE SHULMAN. Cordialiy, LAKE SUCCESS—The United Nations was already traveling a rocky road before the Korean crisis tossed another rock in the path. In mid-July, according to Secretary-General Trygve Lie. it will enter the critical period of its five-year existence. In that period the burning question of Chinese representation m the world organization must be settled, a question that has been further complicated by the Korean war, or the UN may be •Hoovenzed." that is, lose its character of universality. If this happens, the foreign policy of Israel will undergo its acid test. And in meeting the test Israel, m company with a few other nations, will assume a kev position in the arena of international policy for the first time .. a t e L ,s ne of a h andful of .states that is on record with a dear-cut, third-position foreign I Policy m relation to the cold war The policy may be defined in i SEE* WayS Israel cal!s il "noni identification" with either Easor West and eschews the term neutrality." regarding the doc !" trine of non-identification as a positive position, not a mereh negative 0 ne. It can be described m, ?7S om mun,st w thout being K"? anti-Communisf or anti-Soviet. In this position. Israel has the company of India. Pakistan! he state even newer than itself— Indonesia-and probably Burma ?ute C n yI r Th l s e 0,hers con !" ? Jt t n A sian Woe and can be expected to act as such when | and if. the acid test arrives 'i S T H h n e ni eS : WiH arnve lf nothing Phin resolve ,h e issue of rn ?*i e v re P res entation in the A" emhK atl nS before 'he General The UV, m r etS n SeP^mber 19 u r V s c mmunist member have taken the irrevocable Tand lelalv e W0 f ldorgani2ati on is £ 'eg-U> constituted and all its decisions null and void without tL Participation of the Mao^T e Tung government of Peiping T he Communist states therefore re! fuse to participate themselves in the organization until Red China is admitted. So far. the Soviet boycott has not decisively affected either the UN or the Soviet relationship to it. The Communist nations .have remained fully recognized mem• bers of the'organization and have been careful to maintain all ties I other than attendance at meetings participated in by a Chinese ; Nationalist representative. The Assembly session will in] troduce a new situation. The Assembly is actually the boss of |the UN. It controls the purse %  strings and it also supplies the purse. It elects the Secretarvh h H f, f0r 9ol ad P t an an nual .budget, allocate it and (as it : happens this year) elect a new i Secretary-General without the ?nH .K Pa c 10n of Communist China and the Soviet bloc, most experts KvW the Comm "nist states frnm IK P ern ?anently separated 1 nlZ u. e r | an Iza 'ion. The Hoover j Plan would become a fait ac.friH?) 1 a dth e UN would be VtUn, err f d mt0 a klnd of vast : Atlantic Union. of A lhl h \U unci 1 Te ,he decision ; J J ,u l ndependents w ould bena^ii* C T dal element in interI at 'onal politics. Nothing can be & e M Wit heertaint y hutthe PakTstan h' Ster ? f India and Pakistan have already given fair .warning that they would see no future m a truncated UN It u hee ef twn re r n abIetoeuesst ha would have to be made. Isrart would either have to relinquish the basic policy that has motivated its actions on the international stage since its inception, or witKOraw from the anti-Sc. t alliance (as a semi-UN would inevitably quickly become) and stand alone. It wcu'd njuouess stand alone, since it is unlikely that it could nt into a purely Asian group and since there is little prospect that in anything like the near futuie ["M'J!?"'! 1 Permitted to join a Middle East combination. It would form, in other words, a lourtn camp of one. UN officials from top to bottom ar ( e hopeful that such a collapse oi the organization's universality will not occur. But the grim fact r emain Lthat it is distinct possibility. The best hope is that a i!t"iI n ?Hl e accord will be ^ ,u 7; based on th awareness ol the. United States and the other nations blocking admission of Communist China that the world ^n" n f ver acce Pt the Chinese ^P-ewntation deadlock as a vital enough issue over which to risk the wrecking of the United nauou, byTHE jSLtaWr •'!; rida >' •'" 1S?7 ^S^S^WaAaa Weeklv ^-ii n,,y nd th Jewi h syndi; r „ e AB ^ c 0 y ri *j2r N Ar, *"** National c^. de New* Service, J^!!^L^l!ii^ '- '" "" columns. 0n S UB SCRIPTION RATES: __Jwo__Year, ~ g-g raED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publieher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street lelephones 2-1141—2-8212 V T R m 3 A V Number 28 FRIDAY. JULY 14. 1950 TAMMUZ 29, 5710 m %  eje.*



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IFRIDAY. JULY 14. 1950 M**l*f> fhsrMiar PAGE FIVE I jw^nss. Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON—P resident [Merwin K. Hart of the National Economic Council doesn't like it when Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, D-N.Y., uses the word "demoj cracy." Hart told the Buchanan | Lobby Investigating Committee recently that the use of the word is mainly a Communist idea and that Sen. Lehman is following the Communist line by his shameless insistence on using such subversive terminology. _____ Hart's council has done much to promote high-level anti-Semitism. president (1947, $500); General Motors, Donald Brown, vice president (1945, $5,000): Republic Steel Corp., T. F. Patton, vice president (1945, $10,900); S. H. Kress & Co., CM. Funk, treasurer (1948-49, $1,000); Lone Star Cement, R. A. Rummel, president (1947-49, $5,750); William Volker Charities Fund, H. W. Luhnow, president (1947-49), $15,250).; I. I. Case Co., F. A. Wirt, advertising manager (1949, $1,000); Pdre Oil Co., H. M. Dawes, chairman (1948, $1,000); Brewing Corp. of AmerWeill At Monte Carlo For Second Year Marking his second year as manager of the Monte Carlo Hotel dining room is Kurt Weill, veteran restaurateur and caterer. Flagler-Granada Center Lays Cornerstone Nathan Adelman had the honor oflaying the cornerstone of the Plagler-Granada ComWeill, who has lived in this area for the past twelve years, has Flagler-Granada Jewish acquired an enviable reputation munity Center, N.W. 1st St. and in the field. J5lSt PX during special ceremonies Coming here with many years Sunday afternoon. According to Hart, "the wide-!"*. J. H. Bohanon, president of te word 'demo-j (1945, $3,000); National Steel Corp., F. M. Stesse, vice president (1945, $5,090); John J. Raskob (1947-49, $4,500); Eastern Airline (1945. $5,500); Texas Co., spread use cracy'," can be traced "to an international meeting of the Communists in 1935." He cited a speech by the late Georgi DimitroV. Hart submitted an analysis of inaugural addresses made by Sen. Lehman in connection with his four terms as governor of New York State. The word "democracy" did not appear at all in Lehman's first inaugural speech, Hart said—as if to hint tnat at this early date Lehman was not yet indoctrinated with the Com-. munist party line. In the second inaugural, however, Lehman used the word three times. Hart noted that Lehman's third inauguration followed Dimitrov's 1935 speech and this time Lehman referred to •democracy" 27 times! By his fourth address, Lehman* was so closely linked to Moscow that he said "democracy" 36 times, acacording to Hart. The committee questioned Hart on his financial sources. It came out that he solicits contributions from Protestant and Catholic churches. Buchanan then asked if Hart wrote to synagogues for contributions. Hart smiled and said "I don't recall wnetner we did or not." The N.E.C. warns of Communistic trends and "alien-minded persons." Among the latter category Hart has included Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Nathan Straus, Albert Einstein, Felix Frankfurter, David Lilienthal, Rep. Adolph Sabbath, James P. Wamurg, Haul M. Warburg, and other prominent Jews. He said they seldom if ever "give more than lip service to traditional American principles." A member of the committee. Rep. Charles Halleck, R-Ind., came to Hart's defense. Halleck said, "many of the positions they (the N.E.C.) take are in line with my views." Hart undermines national security by fostering religious hatred under the guise of lobbying against socialism and communism. Among those who aid his lobbying and propaganda are: Sears. Roebuck & Co.. Robert E. Wood (1943-49. SlfioOO): Remington Rand, James H. Rand, of experience as manager of some of Europe's most exclusive hotel dining rooms, Weill specializes in catering to banquets, wedding receptions, Bar Mitzahs and birth— day parties. The Monte Carlo dining room dent, also operates a snack bar and Principa offers service to the cabana colony. 'The building containing a 400se'at auditorium and five classrooms is expected to be ready in. time lor the High Holidays, ac-' cording to Joseph Masters, presiDinner Proceeds Aid Children Of Israel Proceeds from a recent dinner given by Pioneer Woltten: cA* No. One of Miami Beach at Beth Tfilah went to the children in Israel, according to Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president. Hostesses at the affair were the Mesdames Israel Frederick.. Rebecca Yunes. Mary Stepkin.' Betty Pakula. Assisting them were the Mesdames Mary Golden, Jacob Krantz, H. Zaidman, Lena Kaplan and Seitlin. speaker at Sunday's, rites^ was Miami Beach Councilman" Burnett Roth. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offered the invocation and Masters welcomed guests. James Pipkin, president (1949, Others participating in the pro-! $2,700); Empire State Inc., (1949, ] gram were Herman Feldman, $500); Carter Carburetor Co. Mrs. Leo Rothstein and Judge A.! (1949, $1,000); Lamont duPont; Levitan. (1945-47, $16,000). and lreneej J"eldman and Jesse Freed were duPont (1945-47, $7,912.94). co-chairmen of the event. Psychologist To Speak > At Sholem Luncheon "Problems of Modern Marriage" will be the subject of a talk by Dr. Syvil Marquit. psychr>]ogi=' at the Veterans' Administration Hospital, at the weekly luncheon club meeting of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith on Friday, July 14. at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. BREAKSTONE'S FAMOUS SOUR CREAM COMES TO YOU IN A WONDERFUL NEW GLASS WITH PLASTIC COASTER LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS N.wacaattr and Hiatarical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11:30 A M. MON., WED. AND FRI. FROM 1 P.M. TO 1:30 P-M. 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IY. JULY 14, 1950 +Jewist fhridian PAGE THIRTEEN 'Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) tlST AFFAIRS: |y did President Truman not [the usual message of greetlo the annual convention of Sonist Organization of Amerfhich was held last week in Obituaries MRS. FANNIE FREEMAN 7fi, of 1560 West Ave., Miami Beach, a rormer resident of Cleveland, passed | away last Thursday. Tne remains were sent to Ohio for services and Interment I by the Beach Memorial Chapel. She Is survived by a son, Marvin C. rreeman. MOT This question is asked by quite a number jnists who were not among elegates attending the conMi' They recall that imin Browdy. ZOA presireported — following his visit to the White House— Truman indicated to him that |ight attend the Chicago conon .. Well, none of the as Zionist leaders expected Truman would really come ZOA parley but a message Truman was expected absence of such a message fciven ground to all kind of relations Will American Cincinnati and Hartford have M leadership press for the each been asked to assure acceptKshment of the headquarters ance of 108 displaced Jews this Organization year Incidentally, latest JDC reports reveal that as a result of a more severe screening process, the actual number of persons processed and awaiting immigration under the DP Act has shrunk from 13,000 at the end of April to 9.000 in June The number of displaced Jews who have been "J 1 ". u d .u e ,fr r01 ,? wS I re g ist e r " P-. Rubin, Norman anu William, and a daughter, MrsPhillip Kramer. The remains were sent to Baltimore, Md., (or service! and Interment r.v R'verBltle Memorial Chanel, Miami Beach. DR LEO Y. BICKOW 63, of 1614 Euclid Ave., passed awav in a local hospital on .lulv .: A retired dentist from New York City, l)r London Mayor To Fete Israeli Delegation TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A delega-I tion of members of the Israel f Parliament left this week for" London at the invitation of the British Parliament. They will be given a reception by the Lord Mayor of London and a dinner will be arranged in their honor by Prime Minister Clement Attlee. "The delegation represents six parties in the Israel Parliament but not the Left Socialist Mapam or the extreme right Hcrut. It is headed by Pinkas Lubianiker, general secretary of the Histadrut, the Israel Federation of Labor, and a 'leading member of the right-wing Socialist Mapai. In a statement issued prior to the de: parture of the delegation, Mr.' Lubianiker said: "The delegation was pleased to receive the invitation of the, British Parliament. It considers j ; the invitation a symbol of the I desire of the British people to. improve relations and under-1 standing between Britain and i Israel. The delegation is convinced that personal contact will contribute to mutual British-Israel cooperation for peace and progress in the Middle East." Israeli Group To Hold Card Party 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. Proceeds are earmarked for the Hadassah Medical Organization. Chairman of the event is Mrs. A. A. Lesser. Assisting her are the Mesdames F. Berger, H. Dashew, D. S. Denner, L. Edell, Ed Felton, Joseph Halfon, J. Hochman, D. Joseph and Alexander Kogan. Tickets may be purchased at the door. FINEST QUALITY fUN/TY AFFAIRS: lAmerican Jewish Congress Jarters will soon move into ling of 'is own in New York fThe Congreep.building is in the fashionable Fifth lie neighborhood, a few from the Israel Consulate %  ut 65 percent of the Jews g the United States under tgular immigration laws rein New York City The 0 Jewish community has Only fifty years ago Jewish workers, parading on May first on New York's East Broadway, carried placards with slogans "Long Live the 48-hour working week!" ... To gain an eight-hour day and a six-day work week was considered an ideal by organized labor in these years when WILLIAM GERALD PRICE 3, of Wit B.W. 2nd Kt., passed away this week. He was the son of Joseph and Rarbara Price and the grandson of Anna and Isaac England er. A brother, Chris, also survives. Services were conducted at the Miami Riverside Memorial Chapel, West Flagler and 20th Ave., on Tuesday, with interment following in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn I "ark Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. IRA GOTTLIEB 70, of 615 Madeira Ave.. Coral Cables. died Monday in New York City, Mr Gottlieb was chairman of Schratia and Bieber Co., wholesale toy concern. ments in labor's struggle for its the sweat-shop day began at f ights V %  T w day everybody acdawn and ended late in the ; knowledges labor as a tremendous evening Today union members !" £ m J^ 0 ^ 8 "233 in most trades enjoy a five-day work week of 40 hours or less positive rights acquired under existing laws But the n i Itllow goes •"courtine I 4 lorely sweet ycung thinf HUM ere ke'll wind up firing h.r •piikling wedding ring. U More they ti the aiptUl kael e'll uie 'em tgiutioa I inilig them to Hilcr.lt % r their wedding iaviution. "i beearr la the cnltiMauip I HUcurt'i line eagreTiag. kt Bride end doom will bay U. bell I aoit tabiUntUl living. 1 *bea Ihere'i toauct io the air Pd TOO weal to rum. the far. 'Hilci.il do it lor you 1 *• very ui.rl.it war. (*gr*vi*f Company 122 N.E. SIXTH STRUT TUfHCNI t l-IU4 Trade unions in the United States ac ? UIS t,on f P wer !"* dem have come a long way during -, £" cy !" Pses responsibilities those fifty years and Jewish labo? ?£*T\?\!! !" f*££Z m Sl leaders, such as Samuel Gompers flgure ln the Am "ican labor Morris Hilquit. Sidney Hillman[I I" 0 ? !" *', X UrgeS labor to share and David Dubinsky played no small part in this achievement The hard legal road which organized labor in America has faced during the forward march to its present position is outlined in "Unions Before the Bar" by Elias Lieberman, just published by Harpers The author is one of the recognized top labor lawyers ki this country, and his book is the best I have ever read on the evolution of labor rights in the United States ... It will, no doubt, become a major textbook in universities for students of law, especially for those studying labor-management relations However, the book is primarily written for the layman Mr. Lieberman picked out the most celebrated court cases in American history in which the rights of labor had been challenged And in presenting these cases and their background from a human interest point of view—without sacrificing legal accuracy—he brings out very very clearly the major developin social responsibility to the community ... He opposes the "survival of the fittest" approach in solving industrial disputes, and suggests that labor prepare a positive program for adjustments of such disputes by methods consonant with public interest The book is a unique combination of solid research, legal analysis, popular presentation and sound thinking ... 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t lDAY, JULY 14, 1950 jonlight Cruise Slated Pioneer Women Club No. One [Miami Beach and the Bialik Inch of the Jewish National Jrkers Alliance will sponsor a onlight cruise aboard the vcn Seas on Sunday, July 23, J p.m. The boat will leave from Ir 8. City Yacht Basin. Reservations may be made by |ing Mrs. Henry Seitlin at 380 or Mrs. Lena Mintzes at fJewisti Fhridicir LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE L.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT r,. : i 4 l !llJA I-V AND FOR DADK foVs IN CHANCS^T, No. l\ INC, M. SCHERRY. Defendant •IRVING M. SOHERRY "' n Fox ] I .Narcissus Avenue iltimore, Maryland 1'V ARK HEREBY REQUIRED to to a copy of your Answer to the %  of Complaint filed against you t Oil plaintiffs solicitor, T R Eiah fl* Congress Building, In Florida, and file the original Jam Answer In the office of the %  .."', ,he al,ov e Court on or before I ',, ay .," f Au fU8t. 1950, otherwise %  allegations or said Ulll w iU ue In as confessed by vou. "V.ED this 12 day of Julv, 1950 E B LEATHER-MAN ^. Clerk „ of the Circuit Court, cult Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Bsi-n s/4 Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „, NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKIIV CIVEN th-it the undersigned, desiring to SnnJS It„,fl r lal r V" •'"'; Harding .\>,.. w h ,h"' r?i te E d ". to J*€!" ter aaia name S& t &fi£s£SS5v Cto Cou,t 7/14-2, ., s S "V.MA.V QAREWCK NOTICF: UNDER FICTITIOUS "" „ NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that < M Y.^X"\VAK^ OU 15 P1 -MYRON WAHSHAW it CO. 1216 N. Miami Avc, Miami, Fla. MYRON WARSHAW and DAVID WARSHAW, equal partners. (Myron Warshaw, Inc., a Pla. succeeded Myron <-ori>oiiitlon, has Warshaw & Co.) MANFRED .1. BERLINER, Atty. •Ill Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 7/14-21-28 8/4 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE FIFTEEN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the .i.,i,.,Hi B ..,.,i, ,!,.„i„s to engage ,] business undo, the I|,.,| I: „*,*'. ViV'.U'i" ,V" U V 3a lchl n AV,,,,,, Miami Reach, Intend to register said Kurt;",'!,. he ,c *"" k %  '>"• •"•l o„it ,,, i ,. U |,. county, Florida JACOB SNEIDER 7/7-14-2, .it 3 !" !" "M !" LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that h "' rrtgned siring toenmnte buahieM under the fictitious Same U^h',','' 1 ':'" ;if 8h P number |,i : Wash ngton Avenue in the Oltv of 7, h '"' *"'' %  '"" %  "">' the Clerk Florida '" C0Uli of DU '"""'•* 7/7-14-2l-28 M AL RlCE GOI 'DERO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that tlu .undersigned, desiring to engageTin business under the fictitious name of r-m vvv'-. 1 ,'H "' STORES at 1204In end V Av '"""""ami, Florida, h P ,'" r !§ to M Bald name with Coumv'V,' !£* '"'" U ''""" r *• county, Florida. JACQUES ROHER, JR. ^tssinSs asfip R %  '• "• 6/30 7/7-14-21 LEGAL NOTICE IXiSPSM BY PUBLICATION P.-',?.-?!,?., U 7 T COURT OF THE Ll-.\h.\TH JUDICIAL CIRC1IT lrviv"" A ',^' AN "•" (,|t DADE 0-6 ~" ,N CHA N 'CERY, No. %  ROLL \VILIJAM RUPP, PlainB. vs. HELEN MADELINE RUPP ^Jfends ,ii • %  HELEN MAI.KLINE RUPP i Baal Market, irrisonbuig, Virginia _Ju are required to 8e rve a copy T; UI ; ? n ? wer "• he BUI of Comtor Divorce on the plaintiffs '">. and to file the original %  < ; In the office of the Clerk of J. 1 ","!' ",", ',"' '"' '"•'""• 'he %  i.V, A S*?? t AD 5 <>: otherwise, %  Liil or Complaint for Divorce mi",.,'!: i v '. :i V'.^. %  ''"' i,l: '' ,his ,h ... ', : ''•. %  LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol the Circuit Court, Dade ( OUnty, Florida. %  lit Court S,,,|, By WM. U' BTOCKINQ .nd A..,,,.. sof W Clerk. Plalgtlffs Solicitor: %  SeybnM BuifJii,," %  01. rlorida. Kj-tS g, i ,NT J?, OTICE BY PUBLICATION r.i I &Vi,£ IR< ;mT (( "'1'T OF THE E 3 jB YSJ TI L£ DDiraA L CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE t'OlTNTY f''P.l llDA IN' CHANCERY, No! MABEL ELEANOR NE8S, Plaintiff V. VICTOR E. NESS. Defendant T 9,.Y,' CTOR B NBS8. Defendant: YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of ,."",'. l ,. a unon Plaintiffs attornev, MORTON ROTHENUERO, 420 IJncofn Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original In the otflce of the Clerk or" the Circuit Court on or before August 7, 1950; otherwise, said Bill will be taken as confessed by you Dated this 7 day of July, m;,n E. B. LEATHERMAN, ,. ~ CI rk of th e Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. R. WILSON, 7/14-2L28 8/4 D PU,y Uerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ITTMBO INN at 5355 S. W. 8th Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD JOSEPHS and KAE JOSEPHS THEODORE .1. BAKOWITZ Attorney for Applicant 922 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida 6/30 7/7-14-21 Il'VlA' ( r,{T OF THE IIAE.NIH JIIMC A|, CIRCUIT ',, r n — N CHANCERY, No. MAR? T BK^T OBCH J West Kuth Street, l York, N.w York f. Mary Bennett, are hereby notiI that a Bin ofComplalni for .,',';, '' %  i n riled against vou, •oou are required to serve a copy fin Answer or Pleading to the ; < omolaint „n the plaintiff 1 *, I ,,''"'! ''""'• W Olympia %  -. -Miami, Florida, and f||. the •?"', ,}" s :V," r '" %  Plea g In the k of the ( lerk of the Clrcull Court %  r before the II day ,„ %  An g U8 t '""," ,'•• taken against v.„, Smptelnt ,I '" U "" I ,| I 'n the Bill |s notice shall be published once :' %  •/ f 'V lr secutlve weeks to Jewish Plorldlan. [.I, ,, AXI ,', ORt >KRED at Miami. *'•' %  this II .lay of July, A D I960 .. I!. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, in ourt, Dade County, Florida ru.i i oui i Seal) By WM. W. BTOCKINQ, _2j B Deputy Clerk. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION I IN THE CIRCUIT ('(.CRT OP THE ELEVENTH JUD1U1AL "•IRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. .No. 138893. ELIZABETH CURTIS. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM WALTER CURTIS, Defendant. YOU, WILLIAM WALTER CURTIS, 1222 North Broad Street. Hillside, New Jersey, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy or your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, MAX It. SILVER, 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 3rd day of August, 19..0. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will lie taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this .',th day of July, 19",0. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. \\ NOTICE TO APPEAR ^ %  JWlJgLfffOWOOOT^O* THE f*v 'Yfe? TH JUDICIAL CIRoiV '•}' AND FOR DADE OOUNTY FLORIDA. — IN ,'Hivi'i-BV %  r< No. 5908S. LHANCLRi, Case .3 Grnndview Avenue, Tf U 5p'55.n n> LMne >'and, N. Y TO BERTRAM R. COLE.MAN, Attorney for Porter O. Fisher Shoreiand Arcade, "*">er, Miami, Florida: pla-nHrr^eref. 6 ^^'^ FISHFR 6 Courthouse. Miami, Florida, at Which time and place you are required to aPBfar personally or through cunse ing.y aSe Vern WSBff accoraDated: June 30th. 19.",0. ,}? %  B LEATHERMAN, (Circuit O,un e ;v", f l he0r ul,,-ourt By L. O. MOORE, MORTON ROTHENBER I G PUty Clerk Attorney 42,1 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 7/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .., NAME LAW -N"TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t, ,£,g n %  '.• %  v Kln AX MARKET at v\\. ii,,, 8t Mlam K i„ Hd Cou r n,y? f J1 o h Hda ,Cmt CoUrl f D d HERBERT J H AC f?^E I !( ,HER J H sm r ffl-u?ti jMm Roher Jr NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,. NOT ICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bUNSHINE CURB MARKET at 300 Southwest Sth Avenue. Miami. Florida" K„ ?.? 5 rwater said name with r5.H„ C r. erk of Jft! Clrcu Court of Dade County, Florida BENJAMIN WEGBRE1T .v i,ole Owner MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND ;'''" : .,' IA, .' K COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 133909. MARTIN PLOTNICK, Plaintiff, vs. -,-, l '" K '.'U'. V ., '''-OTNICK. Defendant. rO: FREDA PLOTNICK 14117 ST. MARKS AVENUE BROOKLYN, NEW YORK _jOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED That a suit for divorce has I n brought against you by MARTIN PI/OTN1CK. and you arc required to serve a copy of your written defenses, any, on the Plaintiff's Attorney, and file the original In the office of the Clerk ,if the Circuit Court on or before, the 7 day of August, 1950, in default of which the inn ot complaint win be taken RS confessed against you. Dated this 5 day of July, 150„.*? E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk or the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. 'iEOROE J. TALIANOFF 420 Lincoln Road i Miami Beach, Fla. Attorney lor Plaintiff 7/7-14-21-28 lOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ',,,,,, NAME LAW E IS HEREBY GIVEN that noerslgned, desiring to engage In >s under the fictitious .,;,„,,. J," %  nine Sweets Sugar at S3 N. E Mi.et, Miami, Florida. Intends i-i %  ter said name with H„. Clerk ircult i •ourt of |i.„l.County, GREEN BROS., INC RH u.5?r!^ Corporation !•••-. IIIIMAN ,vKAPLAN c>s foi Applicant f' 1 '! iiuilfling MAX R. SILVER 922 Seybold Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 7/7-14-21-28 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. IV THp T cm ^PUBLICATION i. T ...'\ '."" OURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCOT .' ."•""'"AIN AND FOR VMI.K IMU." 1N CHANOBRT, No. IN RE: ADOPTION up a minoV TBOJn "> DUMENWO, <;., maguey, Cuba lou are hereby notified that AARON DIXON and JUDITH ,IX N his wife, have filed a petition for the SBanSSBa" r KO,1ERT TEOFHX, ,,Iv" ft hereb y required to serve a copy of your answer to the petition ?h„ "I! £•. V one "' solicitor and fi of ,hI l8 o! ml ,' n A he offlce ot the Clerk m SS Cl,, u t Court of Dade County, ,. -V. %  \'", r "*<"''< %  a da >Of August ..0; and ,f you fail to do so a decree !voursuchs uT, ybee t '-'^ -''"Dated July 3, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. (Circuit Court t s:an 0 ,l '" lUU ''" U By WM. W. STOCK I NO T. R. NELSON 1>e,,Ut >' Clcrk Solicitor for Petitioners 11Congress liidg Miami, Florida 7/7-14-21-28 o Ji?J iCE BY PUBLICATION t'i \vX T, i;" •""•'AL CIRCUIT Wt^unPx FOR v, DADE COUNTY, 133760 ~ CHANCERY, No. "AP^S OD AM, as Administratrix of y?w„^ 8ta,e f A,wpi1 o<,am "'"o !" l £Z Atward Oilam, Atwood w J 'l Charles Odam and Charles !, am s .\ deceased, Plaintiff, vs. MAMIE ODAM, Defendant. YOU, Mamie Odam, 51 West 143 Street, New iork, New York, are required to serve a copy of your %  Mirer to the BUI of Complaint" for DeclaratorsDecree on plaintiffs atorney, Harold Shapiro, 927 Lincoln ; '• .Mia,,,, Beach, Florida, and rile the original in the office of the I !lerh of this Court on or before July 31. ,'il' "'berwise a Decree Pro Confess., "ill be entered against vou. This Notice Will be published once a, week for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Plorldlan. Dated June 27, 1950. X. "nlntiff, %  I Second Avenue, W Vork City, New y,,i k | are required to serve s copy I f„, i J' 01 to the Bi of ComI,' 1 Divorce on the plaintilfs V in ,h % "'" tho original h ..,!.',,"V: """"<• r ""' Clark or I ".' ">'" OB or before the ,,,.'"'' "f Complaint for Dlbereto-,,r, filed herein, will be k-,' %  ,'•"/,': %  % %  •-" by you, *v t j M y ? n a 50 ? o,M *' %  "•" ... E, n. LEATHERMAN, i.k of the Circuit Court, By: C. E la,I.AND, I-'"" Address of DePU,> Ctor,B l"s Solicitor: tvi ,i FRIEDMAN, I-2K 8/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JIMMIES SUNDRIES at IPV.i S' \V. Sth Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to I, pucri, ..iitiuii, riKiniii, iiit i mi ,.. iglster said name with the Clerk of %  e Circuit Court of Dade County, I e th w'urida. NATHAN SEDL1K AL RETSKIN ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Nathan Sedlik and Al Retskin 6/23-30 7/7-14 iv T?tS T CE TO CREDITORS ,v T V'" lNTV JUDGE'S COURT UM o,V F U CADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. In Re: ESTATE OF JOSEPH CHOJNACKI, Deceased. To All Creditors and Ail Persons Having Claims or Demands Against ouiu r.Mnti*: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any 'laims and demands which c„u. or either of you, may haw against th,. estate Ol JOSEPH CHOJNACKY deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to he lb,,, W. F. BLANTON, County Judge ot Dade County, and file the -! ; 1 ""-, his office In the County Courthouse ,n Dade County. Fl>|da within eight calendar months from the date ol the first publication hereof haid claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be haired. Bee sect,,,„ 120 of the 1933 Probate Lcl Date June 28, A.D. 1950 SOFIA CHOJNACKI, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of JOSEPH .,.„ PH"JNACKI, Deceased. AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Sophia Chojnackl 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in .,'. U .,!.'.V '' S unn> r the fictitious name of IAFIHOTEL at 1040 Washington Avenue. .Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk Vi ,!' c "" cuit Court of Dade Countv, rlorida. ANNA FREED SOD FREED ELRY STONE Attorney for Anna Freed and 801 Freed 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 133611. AETNA FINANCE COMPANY, a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. IRA MONEY and BESSIE MONEY. his wife, and LOVINA M. TRIPP. Defendants. TO: IRA MONEY and RESS1E MONEY 265 N. E. wist Terrace Uleta, North Miami Beach, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit for foreclosure of chattel mortgage covering the following described property in Dade County, Florida: 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 m 6 Chairs l Easy Elec. Wash. Machine 1 Elec. rVigidalre 1 oil Range 1 Table 3 Hollywood Beds l Walnut 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 the bill of complaint on plaintiff's attorney, Mane Paber, 412 Congress Bldg.. .Miami Florida, and file the original answer in the offii f the Clerk of the above Court, on or before the 24th day of July, l;i.-,ii; in default of which the Bill of Complaint will he taken as confessed by you. Dated this 21st day of June, 1950, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. R. WILSON. 6/23-30 7/7-14 VaV ^'^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Neonite Sign Company at 252 \ W 29th Str.ct, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EMJL FLUTIE ALBERT FLUTIE MORTON ROTHENUERO Attorney for Emll Flutle 8 30 7/7-14-2] NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eni business under the fictitious name of Southeastern Smelting and Manufacturing Co. al :.420 N. W. 37th Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, STANLEY HIR8CBJ A. HIRSOII 80 7'7-ll NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FoK DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 132613. MARIA M. CULLIN, Plaintiff, vs. WALTER N c.II.I.IN, Defendant. TO: WALTER N. Cl'I.LIN 2962 N. W. 91st Street Miami, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and you are v which is the .th day of August. A 1>. 1950, Dated this the 26th day of June, A. D. 1930. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Be U I By N. C. STERRETT. •/SO 7/7-14-2! DePUt> C erk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan,...f Cen.-i Enterprises at P. O. Box 4967, 'Miami 29, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. El'OENE C. HEIMAN I ELMER 0L1PHANT 7/7-14-21-28 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Ulll JUDICIAL CIRC11T IN AND FOR DADE OOUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 134,141 JULIA PATRICIA ELLIS, Plaintiff, vs. ARTHUR EI.I.IS. Defendant. TO: ARTHUR ELLIS c o Bardls Perry Avenue Bayvllle, Long Island You are bereby notified that a Bill of > lomplalni for I ttvoi ce has bet n filed against you, and you arc hereby required to serve a copy ,,r your answer to tinBin of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the clerk of the Clrcull Court, "ii or before the il day of August, 195$; otherwise the allegations ol said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 11 day of Julv. 1950 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of th,. Circuit Couit. (Circuit Court Seal, R. H. RICE, JR.. Depute Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Reach. Florida 7 11-21-2s s I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN HIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND F,,R DADE 133MC ,TY ~ N CHANCBRY No. JOSEPH FEIOENBAUM. Plaintiff, vs. SARAH FEIGENBAUM, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SARAH FEIOENBAUM %  321 E. 93rd Street Brooklyn, New Sork You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been tiled against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer Or Pleading to the Bill or Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, ALFRED F. NESBITT, 420 Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Florida, and file tfie original Answer or Pleading in the office of the t lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of August, 1950. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against vou f.,, the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Plorldlan. DONi: AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this oth day or July, A.D. E B. LEATHERMAN, Ark, circuit court. Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. ALFRED F. NESBITT I "'" Uty ^"^ 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney R>r Plaintiff 7/7-14-21-28



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sf#S >AY. JULY 14, 1950 fJewisti fihr/kfiann PAGE ELEVEN ICral AJC Unit Food Falr Opens Store In Heart Of Allapattah langes Name %  e name of the American |sh Congress, Greater Miami jter, General Division, has changed to the Stephen and Wise Chapter, it is an|ced by Frederick S. Grossrecently elected president ie group. ke new name is in memory of first president of the AmerJewish Congress, the late )i Stephen S. Wise, and the president of the women's ^ion of the American Jewish press, Rabbi Wise's wife, the Louise Waterman Wise, ksbeig explained, ^abbi and Mrs. Wise, through seasonal visits to Miami, well known and loved by y Miami residents," he said. their inspiring personalities an ineradicable imprint on all who came in contact with 1. The group identifies itself the philosophy of action and cmocratic principles which Stephen and Louise Wise ected in communities all over country." |her officers of the organiza1 elected at a recent meeting Jack W. Simon, first yicc fdent; Miss Clara Goldenberg. id vice president: Bert Sager. vice president; Mrs. Martin tnstein. recording secretary: fcrt Rhyon, corresponding secpr; Mrs. John Soifer, financial ?laiy: and Emanuel J. Bastreasurer. Members of the are Mrs. Emanuel J. fcind. Mrs. Frederick S. GrossJoseph Kaufman. Mrs. Leila ithal. Martin Rubinstein, Samuels, Bernard B. Segal Jenjamin Zimmerman, lough regular business meetwill not be resumed until pmber, social functions are planned by the board. Sunday, July 16, at 10 a.m. ic for members and their will be held at Crandon Mrs. Bert Sager, chairman le picnic, announces that in Ion to the usual picnic food, s. swimming and races, there be an adequate supply of sitters and nursemaids so all parents will be free to li ipate in the activities planI by the committee. iservatlons may be obtained bhoning .Mrs. Herbert WilenMrs. -Marvin Zank. >!rs. Krieger 4iven Honor Mrs. Nellie Krieger has been elected national committeewoman of the American Gold Star Mothers for the fourth consecutive term. Honor was received at the recent national convention held in Detroit. Reports on the meeting given by local delegates including Mrs. Krieger, Mrs. D. O. Patton and Mrs. Anna K. DePree. at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Gesu school. The Miami gioup Did for next i' i nal '• %  •nelave, but Long Beach. Cal., home of President Mrs. Eleanor D. Boyd, won the honors. She was elected for the second term. U4^MNM Food Fair Stores this week opened its newest addition to its rapidly expanding chain of food utlets at 1556 N.W. 36th St., in the heart of the Allapattah business section. This new building is 100 by 125 feet with an adjacent parking area for customers. A high sign tower, brilliant y lighted, and typical of the orga lization is atop the building. An ur.usual departure ni this unit is the piacmg of the tower atop the center of the building, rather than at either end. A lennessee marble front and a large plate glass area a are features of construction. The store is completely air-conditioned by Hill-York and has its own ice plant for the preservation of vegetables and perishables. A new feature is the new type, low, self-service meat refrigerator cases. Another feature, but not new with Food Fair, is the installation of modern, sanitary stainless steel, speed check booths. Special attention also has been given to color treatment and to a combined General Electric slimline and flood lighting treatment. Terrazzo floors are used throughout the store, which is 100 per cent vermin proof. The design of the Store eli minates all bottlenecks and makes for ease of shopping. Pla ns were drawn by F. J. Tarlowski, architect. L. B. Taylor was structural engineer. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED I w lS-thr BEST.' -SJ; CiloldenAgers To Hold Boat Ride The Golden Age Friendship Club 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, according to Mrs. Anna Goldberg, president. The boat leaves from Pier 6, City Yacht Basin. Tickets at one dollar, including tax, may be secured at the Beach Y. Entertainment and prizes are planned. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 IFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins Co. 907 Biicnyne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. Tenth In Lecture Series Scheduled For Tuesday ""How to Be Happy Though Human" will be the topic of the lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson Tuesday, July 18. at 8 p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th St. and Ocean Court, Miami Beach. This will he the tenth in a series by Dr. Wolfson on "The Art of Living." At 9 p.m the forum will join America's Town Meeting of the Air. Religious Men To Discuss Approach To New War "What Should Be the Religious Man's Approach to the Possibility of a New War?" is the subject to be discussed on the Miami Round Table of the Air Saturday, July 15, at 7 p.m. over station WIOD. Participants will be Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David, Dr. Glenn B. James of the White Temple, a Catholic representative and Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president and dean of the faculty of the University of Miami, moderator. -t/ „>-.>. "There's nothing like if • •. absolutely nothing" Charcoal glowing, sirloin sizaling, Budweiser bubbling— and you pouring! The delightful bouquet hovering over the snowy foam tells you what evea-y sip tells you the distinctive, delicious taste of Budweiser is found in no other beer. Live life, every golden nunute of it. Enjoy Budweiser, every golden drop of it. *A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured them riches." 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PAGE EIGHT PJfeWljfl fkridfian FRIDAY, JULY U, 1950 Living in Miami Beach after a wedding trip to Havana are Mr. end Mrs. Leonard Glasser. Mrs. Glasser is the former Miss Minerva Terry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Terry, New York. Mr. Glasser's parents are the Herman Glassers. On July Vacation Miss Trudi Lac):. iter of M • [sidoi Lach and the late : Lach, of oT4 X E. 94th St.. Miami Shi in s. :.spending the Jul; n Ni %  V : %  < City. :• .n and Pati : • n X. J.. with [at ves. She will be the house guest of %  %  al fi ien Is .>.< well as her Mi Leon S. Rosenblum, r Miss Paula Lach • in, N. J. Active B B ii k. Trude ati tin' District T convention at i ham 11. ti :. W C. before going on her i \I ;p. Rhoda Caidin Wed to Howard Bernbaum After a wedding trip to Nassau, Mi. and Mis. Howard Murray Bernbaum will reside in New York. uple i x> hanged vows Sunday in the Shore Club Hotel before R.: H Kaplan. Thi the former Rhoda Light : :' Mr. and Mrs Nathan Ca din, 727 Jef%  Aw.. Miami Beach, wore an off-shoulder gown of Chantilly \. : satin. She wore watch.ace mitts and a tiara of orange blossoms, which secured her fingertip illusion veil. Her sister. Mrs. Howard Soldinger. was matron of honor and Miss Lois Silverberg. Chicago and Miss Laurel Shapiro were bridesmaids. The honor attendant re pink marqu:sette and carried pink roses on a fan. The bridesmaids wore pastel chiffon gowns and carried colonial bouquets. Howard Soldinger served as best man for Mr. Bernbaum, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney I. Bernbaum. 28 West DiLido Drive. Miami Beach. Ushers were Stanley Caidin. brother of the bride, Dale Silverberg. Chicago. Jack Tessler. New York, and Lee Shapiro. Miss Dolores Taylor kept the guest book at the reception which followed the ceremony. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bernbaum attended Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami. Alechman Bar Mitzvah Slated For Brooklyn Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Alechman. 2044 S.W. 22nd Terr, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Monroe Simon, to be held Saturday. July 29. at 10 a.m. at Talmud T o r a h Tomchai Torah, 1320 Sutter Ave., Brooklyn. N. Y. The young man is an honor student at Beth El Hebrew School and has bi en re c o mmended for his Hebrew diploma. He attends w Shenandoah Junior High School, where he served ;s secretary of his class. An open house in honor of the Bar Mitzvah will be held at the home of his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving j Alechman. 1148 Sutter Ave., j Brooklyn. Maternal grandparents. I Mr. and Mrs, Dave Glickman. and | maternal great grandmother. Mrs. Fannie Schneider, will also be present. Miamians who will attend the event are Mr. and Mrs. I. Bursak and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Floss. The young man. his parents and his brother, Sheldon, who will serve as talluth bearer at the ceremony, will leave for Brooklyn Friday. Sanford Rafkins To Live In Now York Miss Iris Faith Solomon became the briJc ot Santord B. Rafkin at the Woodstock Hotel in New York on June 25. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Solomon. 16 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables. who went to New York for the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, she wore a gown of rose point lace with a cap of matching lace and valley lilies. She carried a bouquet of orchids showered with valley lilies. Mrs. Lorraine Becko. sister of the bridegroom, served as matron of honor in a gown of white net over rose satin and a large leghorn hat. Bridesmaids. Miss Norma Shotkin. New York, and Miss Faye Lundy. Pittsburgh, wore white over sea green satin. Barbara Iris Kramer, junior bridesmaid, also wore white over sea green. Howard Leslie Solomon, the, bride*s brother, was best man for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack i Rafkin, Brooklyn. Mrs. Sanford Rafkin After a wedding trip to Niagarj Falls and the Thousands Islands, the newlyweds will reside in New York, where Mr. Rafkin is associated with Equitable Life Insurance Co. .\orlh Shore I nils To Hold Movie, Tartl Kite A gal. movie nite and card %  sponsored jointly by North Shore B"nai B'rith -• %  and Women's Chapter on lay, July 24. at the Sorrenl •' has been announa Leonard Tobin and >1 Bernard Hoffman. Program chairmen. Melvin rider Nathan I v Mrs. Hi f theevi ertatnmenl ng-ball • •" • ffair have %  ile 1 %  ; B'nai %  '' %  %  Jerry Su II public : %  ticket a t | Joyce Lorber To All end llrandois University Joyce S. Lorber. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Isadore Lorber, 1776 James Ave., has been admitted to the third freshman class at Bran, deis University in Walt ham, Mass.. it has been announced by C. Ruggles Smith, d I i tor of admissions of the university, A graduate ol the Mannheimer School, she was senior class president and editor of the school paper. She was also the recipient of a medal for "•outstanding spirit." Miss Lorber will be the first student from Miami Beach to attend the two-year-old university, To Honor Freedmans Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach and the Bialik Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance will jointly sponsor a farewell party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman. who will depart for a trip to Israel, on Saturday. Julv 15. at Kneseth Israel. g urdines COOL AIR CIRCULATOR (iahloK Lodge To Hold Annual Fishing Party The third annual fishing party and social will be sponsored by B'nai B'rith. on Tuesday, July 18. at 7:30 p.m! it has been announced by President Alvin Corenblum. The party will leave the Chammmerce Docks. Miami h, promptly at 7:30 p m C imen of the i vent. Hi •'•• s and Ed Miller, have made arrangements for refreshments and entertainment. 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1IDAY, IULY 14, 1950 i-JewIsf) ncrldian PAGE SEVEN ersonally Speaking... Visiting in Atlanta are Mrs. M. Pazol and her son, Norman. Miami Beach residents spending a July vacation at Lakeside in, Hendersonville, N. C, include Mr. and Mrs. Joel Newman, Ir. and Mrs. Lew Simms, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kurman and laughter, Marilyn, Al Barlow, Mrs. Bessie Nelson and son, lurton, Mrs. Henry Williams and children, Irving Siegal, Mr. fnd Mrs. R. Walsey and children. Among Miami Beachites at the Lakeside Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, are Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Landburgh, Mrs. M. Landsrgh, Mrs. B. Kastan, I. Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. William Malter, Ir. and Mrs. H. Rose, Mr: and Mrs. M. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. larry Gorsen and daughter, Valerie, Mrs. Anna Morris, Mrand Irs. A. Libman and Dr. and Mrs. Murray Zinner aad children. Hyman V. Hecht, honor student at the Long Island College 3f Podiatry, recently returned to New York after spending an extended vacation with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Samuel lecht, 128 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. + Spending a brief vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave., is Mrs. Aronovitz' sister, Mrs. Max London jf Tampa. %  %  Sandier Dickson is attending Boy Scout Camp in New lampshire. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dickson of Zest Palm Beach. West Palm Beach residents, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Stanhill jnd daughter, are spending several weeks in New York on a combined business and pleasure trip. Home in West Palm Beach after a brief trip to New York are iMr. and Mrs. Dave Zanft. Mrs. Zanft "is president of the SisterIhood of Beth El in West Palm Beach. -fc Mr. and Mrs. J. Pritt recently celebrated their twenty-seventh Iweddinq anniversary. Linda E. Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, 11795 S.W. 12th St., is visiting relatives in New York and New (jersey. She is the housequest of Mrs. Kaplan's brother, Dr, IHarry G. Rinzler, in Passaic, N. J. %  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte will fly to Mexico City July 30 [where they will visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and [Mrs. Marvin Apte, and their grandson, Bobbie. Thev will spend la month south of the border touring in the vicinity of Mexico •City. Scholarship Winners Start Training Program Four local winners of the Brandeis Youth Foundation Tuition Scholarship started their program of training July 4 at the Brandcis Camp Institute of the South in Hendersonville. N. C. They are Janice Goldiner, 7145 Carlyle Ave.. Miarni Beach. University of Miami; Annette Melich, 320 10th St.. Miami Beach; Elayne M iss, 1875 S.W". 16th Terr., Montclair Teachers College; Rosalyn (Mickev) F.inhoi n 2-174 Swanson Ave., Coconut Grove, University of Miami The girls are among 100 youth leaders selected from all over the country for leadership training in the three camps operated by the foundation. UN Conciliation Unit Fails To Bring Peace GENEVA, (JTA)—The United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine this week expressed regret at having failed to achieve agreement between Israel and the Arab states to a plan which would "have hastened the return of a final peace in the Middle East." The commission statement also announced the end on July 15 of the talks with both parties here. The three-nation body will proceed to U.N. headquarters in Jerusalem at the end of July in order to be closer to the parties concerned. Before leaving Geneva the commission | will submit a progress report to i U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie. B'nai li'i-iili Plans Annual Dance Plans are being made for the Greater Miami B'nai B'rilli (Council's annual social affair which will climax its 1950 fund drive, according to an announcement by Council President George J. Bertman. The Shore Club Hotel, 1901 Collins Ave., has been selected as the site for a show-night and dance on Sunday. September 17, in which all men's and women's 1 groups will participate. The event will be open to the public free of charge as a means of introducing the community to some of B'nai B'rith's service projects. Displays and colorful exhibits will be featured, demonstrating the council's accomplishments in community service since its inception three years ago. Beach Young Zionists Meet Thursday Night A meeting of Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District v.as held Thursday, July 13. at 8:45 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Highlight of the evening's pro1 gram was a report by Abe Schafer on the national conven— i tion of the Zionist Organization. of America held in Chicago, June '30-July 3. HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOB REST. COMVALESCEHd AND CHRONIC CASU WHftl PH BOOM** a* e-w. m couirr IAMI n rmIOA-I IVI-II%$ % • H.-iiH <'s Will Continue Thru Summer Teen-agers of the Miami Jewish Community Center will continue \ their regular Tuesday night dances throughout the summer. In addition, their summer Drogram includes athletics on Monj day and Wednesday nights and a combined athletics and social evening on Sundays. Boys' and girls' softball leagues now in progress and teams play every Sunday mo ning a Shenandoah Park. Teen-agi i invited to use the gym ev morning and the teen-age room every afternoon during I summer months. 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iponse To Opening Of Mt. Sinai Clinic
at New Medical Clinic Is Added
Hnedical clinic has been
f Mount Sinai Hospital
the tremendous response
jpening of the outpatient
Btt on Monday, according
*"i! R Gertner, executive di-
iew clinic, he said, will be
Mn 9 to 11 a.m. on Fridays.
climes scheduled are
uinic, 10 to 11 a.m. on
obstetrical and gyneco-
Sinai Joins
[Cross Plan
Jinai Hospital employees
K accepted in the Florida
OK plan, according to an
Jnent by Samuel Gert-
Butive director. Blue
[a hospitalization plan
groups, which, by the
nail, regular payments,
aital care possible for
ers without financial
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i Sinai itself become a
ross hospital as soon as it
Kid to date 710 patients
Bh serviced by Blue Cross
fctner added. To be a
Kb hospital, he explained,
that a hospital has been
for the servicing of per-
Hbig Blue Cross member-
Ipg.. v
Joining with 110 other
F throughout the state
the approval of the Ameri-
'edical Association in the
Cross movement, Mount
Bj been fulfilling its dual
lability to the people of
mun unityto render the
hospital service possible
Hid a method by which
Ktple can pay for it,"
Raid.
logical, 9 to 11 a.m. Tuesdays;
surgical, 10 to 11 a.m. Wednes-
days.
Offering all medical and surgi-
cal services provided by the
hospital, the outpatient depart-
ment began full-scale operation
Monday with interviews and
treatment of patients.
Miss Edna P. Stephenson, medi-
cal social worker at the clinic
said more than 100 telephone
inquiries have been made con-
cerning appointments since its
opening was announced last week.
"Many persons applied for
treatment without making an ap-
pointment first," she said. "I'd
like to ask all persons seeking
these services to make an appoint-
ment so they will not be dis-
appointed or be kept waiting
when they arrive," she added.
Miss Stephenson has been
active in the field of child wel-
fare and medical social service in
the Miami area for the past ten
years.
Mrs. Leonard A. Wien, chair-
man of the volunteer workers in
the outpatient department, an-
nounced that there will be three
volunteer workers on duty during
each clinic session.
The department is located on
the ground floor of the hospital
with a separate entrance to the
left of the main hospital entrance.
In this department, all persons
who cannot afford to pay for the
services of a private physician
will be given needed care at a
cost they can afford to meet,
according to Max Orovitz, presi-
dent of the institution.
Speaks At Church
Men, local attorney, spoke
Bo State of IsraelHow it
the Christian World" at
Haley Methodist Church,
tables. Thursday, July 13.
Mn. The church played host
Sisterhood of the First
| Congregation of Coral
at the gathering.
Miller Unveiling
The unveiling and memorial
service for the late Minnie Miriam
Miller, formerly of 6380 Indian
Creek Drive, Miami Beach, will
be held Sunday, July 16 at 11
a.m. in the Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery, Miami.
Rabbis Max Shapiro and Joseph
E. Rackovsky will officiate at the
unveiling and dedication. They
will be assisted by Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Mrs. Miller was a pioneer resi-
dent of this area and was active
in local and national religious and
philanthropic organizations. Mrs.
Miller was the wife of Louis
Miller, and the mother of Harry
A. Miller, Mrs. A. E. Woolfe and
Mrs. Sol Leslie. Relatives and
friends are asked to be present.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Traoger Unveiling
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late Bertha
Traeger, formerly of 753 N.W.
22nd Court, will take place Sun-
day, July 16 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
II frsch To Read
Play Tuesday
Sam Hirsch, professor of drama
at the University of Miami, will
read the musical satire by E. Y.
Harburg and Fred Saidy, "Finian's
Rainbow," on Tuesday, July 18,
at 8 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel. A
musical background will be pro-
vided for the performance, which
is presented under the auspices
of Freedom House.
Tickets are available at Pansy's
Flower Shop, 193 22nd St.,
Doubleday Book Shop, 934. Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, and
Pansy Flaum's McAllister Hotel
Flower Shop.
Radio Interview Set
Norman R. Lyons, local attorney
and Jewish news commentator,
will interview Stanley Scott, who
is making arrangements to pre-
sent legitimate shows in this area,
on Sunday, July 16, during Jacob
Sehachter's Jewish Hour from
10 to 11:30 a.m. The round table
discussions, scheduled to get
underway last week, will begin
Sunday, July 23.
Israelite Center
Board Meets
The board of directors of the
Israelite Center met this week to
work on plans for the High Holi-
days, according to Irving Sperling,
president.
Sam Eisner and Morris
Chasanoff reported on a cantor
to be hired for the services, and
Nat Shenken discussed glass work
to be installed in the new build-
ing. Others making reports were
Morris Goldenberg, Mrs. Sylvia
Sandier and Mrs. Minnie Deck-
owitz.
Mother-Daughter Athletic
Series On Calendar
A summer series of mother-
daughter athletic events got
underway Thursday evening,
June 29, at the Miami Jewish
Community Center, with the
mothers besting the daughters in
a 2-out-of-3-series, by winning in
shower ball and newcomball and
losing only in volleyball.
These competitive net activities
will continue through the month
of July and then new sports will
be introduced in the series.
Girl and matron teams are still
in the process of formation at
the center.
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Louis Epstein, formerly of 1595
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2:45 at Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Mr.
Epstein is survived by his wife
Sarah and one daughter. Rela-
tives and -friends are asked to be
present. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
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Anti-Semitic Texts Still
Available In Germany
MUNICH, (JTA) Despite the
announcement of the North
Rhine-Westphalian state govern-
ment that" it had withdrawn
schooltexts which contained anti-
Semitic statements the books have
not, in fact, been withdrawn from
schools and libraries and still
may be bought freely. When
newspapermen this week ques-
tioned education department of-
ficials on the situation they
"refused to comment."
From Stuttgart it was reported
that Dr. Benno Ostortag, chair-
man of the local Jewish commun-
ity, has called on the Wuerttem-
berg-Baden government to take
action against Municipal Judge
Hans Kottnackei, for expressing
anti-Semitic statements. During
a trial at which testimony was
introduced that the defendant had
been a gauleiter during the Nazi
regime, the judge declared: "It
makes no difference to me
whether somebody was a gau-
leiter or unsuccessfully tried three
times to gas a rabbi."
Schurowitz Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Esther
Schurowitz, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Schurowitz, 12215
N.W. 10th Ave., who passed away
July 23, 1949, will take place at
Mt. Sinai Cemetery on Sunday,
July 16, at 1 p.m. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to be
present.
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|Y, JULY 14, 1950 +Jen>isli ftcrkfian PAGE NINE Simons United In Montreal Rites A nuptial service Sunday afternoon, June 25, in Temple Emanuel, Montreal, Canada, united irt marriage Miss Beverly Joanne Simon and Joseph Sadler Simon. The bride is the daughter of the Harry Simons, 259 West 33rd St.. Mrs. Louis Rosenfeld us Rosenfelds ak Vows Here Coronet Hotel provided the for the June 3 wedding of tuth Ozer to Louis Rosenr bride is the daughter of A. Laufer, 2445 Flamingo Miami Beach. The bride1*8 parents are the Samuel kfelds, 1341 Meridian Ave., li Beach. Jen in marriage by Abe avitz, Manchester, Ga., the wore a white organza fina length gown. Her jer-length veil was attached seed pearl tiara and she kd a bible showered with Is. is Barbara Laufer, in powder [organdy, and Mrs. Herbert ovitz. Atlanta, in burgandy |dy, attended their sister, liel Finkelstein was best Reception buffet supper folthe ceremony. sr a motor trip through the ^ern states and New York, ewlyweds will reside in Mijeach. where Mr. Rosenfeld ociated with Bernard Levy, bate. raduate of the City College Pew York, Mr. Rosenfeld as a lieutenant in the amy. 'bride attended schools in bfield. N. J., and the Uni§\y of Miami. Walter Goldsteins To Live In Long Island Following a honeymoon at the Saxony Hotel. Walter Goldstein and his bride of June 10 are residing in West Hempstead, L. I., in their new home, a wedding gift from the bridegroom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein, I St. Albans, L. I. The ceremony took place at the I Coral Gables Jewish Center with idaMsah (roup Fete Husbands "irah Group of Hadassah ".old a "Hey Day for Husat the Hollywood Beach t! on Sunday, July 16, be|ing at 3 p.m. If, tennis, swimming, dining i.mcing have been planned. nervations may be made by Mrs. Bernard Fuller at I %  '•' % %  Mrs. Joseph S. Simon Miami Beach. They and the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben I T. Olsen. 2570 Flamingo Drive, j Miami Beach, went to Canada for the rites. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a | gown of French lace threaded | with silver. Her illusion veil was secured by a cap of lace. She carried a bouquet of orchids and stephanotis. Miss Ann Welsford, maid of honor, and Miss Dorothy Davidson, Miami' Beach, Miss Soyle Kiermeyer and Miss Muffie Ross, Montreal, bridesmaids, wore ensembles of pink and blue. Mr. Simon, the son of the Edward Simons, Montreal, was attended by his brother. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel there. The Simons will live in Montreal after a wedding trip that will include Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Miami and Chicago. Mrs. Max Harris Max Harrises Go To Mexico Honeymooning in Mexico after their June 18 marriage at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Max Harris. The bride is the former Martha Dorman, University of Miami graduate and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dorman, Long Beach. N. Y. The bridegroom, who is a student at the university, is the son of the Louis Harrises of Flint. Mich. For the ceremony the bride chose a gown of white nylon tulle with organdy bustle. Her shoulder length veil fell from a small net Dutch cap trimmed with seed pearls. Mrs. Irving Saunders. the bride's sister, was matron of honor in periwinkle blue chiffon. Miss Dianna Barbara Harris was junior bridesmaid and Misses Toby Leonard, Joy Morris and Peggy Bernheim, bridesmaids. Bernard J. Harris was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were Allen Alman. Herbert Spector and Leo Seide. The couple will make their permanent home in Flint. The former Miss Dorman is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and the bridegroom, Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. [Rema Jackson I Betrothal Told The betrothal of Miss Rema 'Jackson to Ronald Ribler, son of •Mrs. Minnie Ribler, Miami Beach, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jack[son, 1438 Jefferson Ave., Miami ( Beach. The wedding will take place August 27. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. She attended Florida State University and will graduate from the University of Miami this summer. Mr. Ribler is also an alumus of Miami Beach High Schooland was graduated from the Unive-sity of Miami. Celebrates 11th Birthday Susan Talianoff celebrated her eleventh birthday at a cabana luncheon and swim party July 3 at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Guests at the afafir were Linda Abess, Jill Tenias, Arlene Kaplan, Toby Fishman, Helen Sogolontz. Coral Stein. Helene Degutz, Jane Sayette. Ellen Rothman and the hostess' sister, Marcia. Susan is the daughter of the George Talianoffs. 4560 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. lay We suggest oil yner \s Violin and frchestra \r All Your Social Functions "'is. Bar Mitzvahs. Lawn Parties PHONE 83-7581 1 'until Show To Highlight Center Meeting A musical extravaganza, "The Side Show Revue." will highlight the next general meeting of the Miami Jewish Community Center on Tuesday, July 18, at 8 p.m.. according to Max R. Silver, president. The show has been produced j by Miss Betty Ward, director of I the Miami Daily News Youth I i Roundup, and will feature David Dreis. Edward Saltzman. George | Kaai. Jim Patterson, Donna Jean Gebret. Paula Carter, Charlotte Shirrcl and a line of Hawaiian | ; dancers led by Iris Maxwell. The ; i unit director is Mrs. Jesse Kett%  ner. A short business meeting is i scheduled, according to Silver, and a complete report on the twelfth annual day camp will be given. Over 400 attended the organization's last meeting. Betrothal Announced The engagement of Miss Barbara Slavin to Stanley J. Newmark. 1601 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach, has been announced by her mother. Mrs. Abraham Slavin. Springfield, Mass. Mr. Newmark. an alumnus of Miami Beach High School, was graduated from the University of Michigan and is now a senior at New York University Medical College. He served in the Philippines and Japan with the Army Medical Corps. A graduate of Edgewood Park Junior College and Adelphi College. Miss Slavin is associated with the fashion department of Town and Country Magazine. The wedding will take place at the Hampshire House in New York on August 17. Mrs. Walter Goldstein Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. The bride, the former Miss Ruth Bernice Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Brown, 3885 j N.W. 2nd St., wore a white embroidered ankle-length organdy gown, fashioned with shirred bodice, U neckline, scalloped hemline. She wore white mitts, a 1 strand of pearls and carried a bible, which her mother carried on her wedding day, adorned with white orchids. Her finger tip length veil was secured by a coronet of white flowers. Mrs. Herbert Goldstein, sisterin-law of the bridegroom, was matron of honor in a white I organdy frock with black and gray design. She carried pink carnations. Edward Brown, brother of the bride, was best man. A reception at the center followed the ceremony. The former Miss Brown lived in Toronto. Canada, before coming here and was a member of B'nai B'rith of Miami. Mr. Goldstein was graduated from New York University. FOR RENT Beautiful, airy, double & twinbedrooms in refined private | home. Kitchen optional. Near bus j —low summer rates. Ph. 82-6082. 1366 S. 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PAGE TWO "MnisHhrAMar FRIDAY 17/ Say... June 20. The US. should by rights have been a • d replica "of Britain. Both countries have i the so-called Anglo-Saxon tradition. But and developed its peculiar lization. Their difference might to some extent be _ud by their prospective reaction to the terrorism culminated in the unfortunate hanging of the British sergeants in a grove near Tel Aviv by Ijgua during the disturbances preceding the Israeli fdr independence. A similar atrocity against American boys would called forth spontaneous anger and violence throughout the USA But in England a mob in Liverpool contented itself with smashing some glass of synagogues and store windows. Today %  are about 30 Jewish members of Parliament. elected by Christians in the various districts of the British Isles. It is perhaps true that the Englishman along party lines But wouldn't American Voters have been swayed by personal resentment rather than political principles? English Jewry To some extent a similar distinction differentiates the Jews in both countries. The conservatism of English Jewry is reflected in the Orthodoxy that sterns to resist all modern innovations. In contrast to America. English Jewry is centripetal with its %  central point focused on the Chief Rabbi in London While by no stretch of the imagination a papacy, the organized Chief Rabbinate of Britain is a powerful institution and wields a strong influence upon religious and communal life. It remains the bastion of Orthodoxy to the extent that the inroads of m. or so-called Liberal Judaism, are quite negligible. Its Conservatism Thus surrounded by the conservative example of a Christian society, and held together for a centurv by a well-knit organized Rabbinate, the English her. well-mannered, and community minded. He has an innate respect for the synagogue, for the nate, for Judaism. Nor is he torn by the conflicting urges to escapism to forsake his group, if not hw religion, as has been rampant on the American scene in the pre-Hitler days Nor is his attachment the result of a sullen defeatism that finally recogr. the futility i f masking and passing. He thus remains a faith, his community, and his oBligations %  rael: has no hanke ring for the social Breakstone's Sour Cream Comes In New Container Liverpool, Manchester, York, Newcastle By HARJRY SIMONHOFT snobbery that ultimately ends in conversion and assimilation. Its Loyalties For those who face the rapid assimilation into a tolerant people with a high culture. England serves as a standing refutation Here Judaism is stronger todav than a centurv ago when a Disraeli, a Palgrave. a He'rschel found it expedient to join the church in order to realize their ambitions The high distinction attained by Montefiore. Reading. Montague. Swathling. Melchett. Samuels. Shinwell. and the Rothschild dynasty demonstrates that apostasy If. BO requisite for honor or position. Those "Grand Dukes" as Zangwill called them, opposed Zionism on the same ideological grounds as voiced by the American Council for JudaismBut events have completely discredited their philosophy. English Jews are proud of the achievements in Israel and as a consequence hold their heads higher. Yet Rabbis as well as laymen love Britain deeply. They welcome the spiritual stimulus of Israel: they are assisting to their fullest in the creation of a sound Eretz Yisroel. But thev show neither inclination nor intention of leaving England. They belittle the dangers of anti-Semitism and regard the high maintenance of British Judaism a Deity of supreme importance. Old York June 22. I just had to visit York if for no other reason than to see the city that gave New York its name. The chief attraction lies in its quaint medieval atmosphere that charms the visitor. Saw teeth walls still surround part of old York. The vast, nobly proportioned 12th century cathedral makes you wonder if the age that produced an edifice of such magnitude and architectural beauty can so glibly be dismissed with the disparaging term medieval It was a hard and cruel age: but so was the Nazi era in the midest of the 20th century with its great scientific attainments. Its Medieval Atmosphere Passing through the shambles, where cattle were slaughtered in the open narrow street with gutters to drain off the blood. I wandered into the middle ages. I could touch simultaneously the Tudor houses on both sides of the narrow lanes. It Ftruck me that the Ghettos, which the writers bemoan the sun never entered, were not any narrower than other streets of those days. I reached the rocky hill, on which stood A add due the Norman castle. Only the round tower — Mass Suicide ** Here occurred one of the gruesome t r „ Jewish history. In York, which ranked i London in the 12th century, lived a nr Jewish community At the coronation of n? ? Lion Hearted the Jews brought some rich the new king. As the committee entered ft! with their offerings, the mob attacked an* 1 them. The pogrom spread rapidly thought When the news reached York, the entir* population sought refuge in the castle. The withdrew and left them in charge. The mobiaiti and demanded surrender. The Jews held^2 several days. They knew the temper of tw! thirsty besiegers. They decided to kill each Their last survivor, the Rabbi, killed himyif' Newcastle and Gatehead June 24. My picture of Newcastle was a mountain-stacked with coal and a big sing | bring coal to Newcastle." Instead I foundV city, thriving and bustling, even by standards. Close by is Gatehead. a town i 100.000. Rabbis of Liverpool and Manchester me not to miss seeing the Yeshiva, a veritable VJ The Yeshira \ In this English Volozhin, slight young men| hard benches, swaying over tomes of the ni the Medrash. the Tosaf ists. Beards were sprouts some of their pale, clear complexions. But then in the native Yorkshire vernacular Here genuine old world Yeshiva taking root on soil. I left the school in a taxi and sat musing as tg| value of transplanting the Ghetto spirit of pj and Lithuania into England. Wasn't its day J Why not let the dead past bury its dead. Tht^H stopped, and the driver said. "Sir, this is the KJ Wall." I got out to inspect the ruins of thTj which Hadrian built between Newcastle and Cars! to keep the barbarous Picts and Scots out of Bed It suddenly occurred to me that this was the I' who crushed Bar Kochba and had Akibs „ alive for teaching Judaism, which was forbidda imperial decree. The Romans are gone forever. Hadrian's „ wall is a series of broken mounds. But nearby English Yeshiva Bachunm are keeping alive ethos of Gamaliel and Akiba. mirtime is dairy tin* cause cool, nourishing di go naturally with hot i by summer heat will perk up. for : tanee, at the snowy whiteness! 0* im. Besides being de: Ui pot che. rht.. blintzes, and similar I sour, '' %  "' m excellent base for • d sauces. It i replace the "fat" called for in recipes for pancakes, waffles,' muffins or biscu Breakstone's have announi that their sour crean in ;-. brand-new, colorful put up in a beautiful glass with an Blossom pattern—a sturdy dut} aefu] .,-. tuner dr.• %  %  as a shaker for i %  ..ite milk i cooking an I Int I to si 3 In addition, it h %  ter. im is A famous Br. E \ Dairy P Breakstones cottage chee {ream cheese bars, and whii •buttMI Mere Yiddish. Catalogued In Itu Over fcio volumes written in Yiddish and Hebrew have recentn catalogued in the Bureau of Jewish Education library bringing the toal number of books close to 2500 volumes, according to Louis Schwartzman. executive director. "The public is invited to use the library and its many files for pleasure reading during the summer and for program material." Schwartzman said. "Book* •"Ml10 Age ( lull I o Hold Ha nee The 30-40 Age Club of the Miami Beach Y will hold its first quainted social and dance at the Town and Beach Club on Saturday, July 15. at 8:30 p.m. Entertainment, prizes, square and social dancing arc on the agendl M will be provided and his on hi ible at V and Town and Beach Club. Hebrew Volumes reau Uforarv may be taken from the library for a period of two weeks. There is no rental fee." Among the Yiddish books ; recently catalogued are the complete works of Sholom Aleichem. Y. L. Peretz. Mendele Mocher S'forim, Sholom Asch, Heinrich Heine, Guy De Maupassant, Zal•nan Shneur. Emil Zola and Baruch Spinoza. Hebrew books include the works of David Frishman, Yehuda Steinberg,; i Chaim Nachman Bialik. as well as translations of Don Quixote, William Tell and Hamlet. The library, located in the bureau's offices. 318 Congress Building, will be open all summer Monday through Friday from 9 | a.m. to 5 p.m. The Showcase of Good Food ^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI MACT COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS $5 High School Girls Nurse Maid Jobs $15 Weekly ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 Fla^er-laranada I nit Plans IMenie Flagler-Granada Jewish ("immunity Center will sponsor a picnic on Sunday. July 16, at 10 Matheson Hammock Picnic Grounds. Joseph Masters, president, has announi There will bo games and prizes for children as Well as adults. Admission will be free and all drinks plu,s ice cream for the children will be on the house. All are asked to bring lunch. 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IYTJ l^wiislhJEIliDiriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ; 23—NUMBER 28 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS f Countries Send Non-Committal To UN On Korea Resolution LAKl S: rj II SUCCESS, (JTA)— Iraq, ludi-Arabia and Yemen Be joined Labanon in j non-committal reply to Nations in support of My Council resolution of rtiich called for a ceaseCorea and ordered the ^reans to halt their inSouth Korea. |plies do not specifically the Security Council's of June 27 which calls kbers of the UN. "to [such assistance to the m of Korea as may be Ar to repel the armed ^knd to restore inteinaHeace and security in the I ction on the part of the ibers of the Arab League expresses disapproval of Bid taken by Egypt in ab>> ifrom support of the Sefcouncil resolution on aid Bea. A reported Saudi • ib ii I note to Cairo was undergo stress that Egypt's I ran "counter to Saudi I policy." (reported rom Cairo that disappointed over the resolutions of the other s. The most influential TS in Cairo—representthe Wafd Party and the rvative political forces pressed surprise and the action of the other Arab League members and criticized them for failing to demonstrate pan-Arab solidarity. U.N. Secretary General Trygve Lie this week sent to General Douglas MacArthur, commander of the U.S. forces in Korea, the same blue-white UN. flag which flew in Palestine during the U.N.supervised truce negotiations. The flag was presented to chief U.S. delegate Warren Austin for transfer to MacArthur. %  sh Family ms Labrador %  AGUE, (JTA) — The I the Portuguese Jewish Be La Penha to the posW Labrador, Canadian Ha, was revived here this Hr four descendants of the venha family who started Bi for documents to "prove Bvely" their right to the Hi a, Reuters reported. Hding to records secured %  descendants of the De La %  family in Canada and in Hi, King William the Third Htin was saved from drown%  a shipwreck in 1695 by H De La Penha, an Am^ma Jewish merchant. In Hde King William gave the Ht Penha hereditary tenure Hr of Labrador. This grant legalized in 1697 in a docu• signed at Het Loo Palace tilland and renewed in 1732 |768, the descendants of the Penha family claim. of the descendants, Tobias of Montreal, discovered in [the original 1732 and 1768 nents. Some time later, a ian in London found the il 1697 document between eaves of a book borrowed 'the Dutch library there. Labrador case came to light |B7 when Isaac De La Penha, bntreal Jew who is a direct tndant of the Amsterdam lant, filed a lawsuit claimLabrador. The case had been ared for a period of several and a representative of the jy was going from Holland 'arnda to support the claim ehalf of all the descendants, fever, the second World War te out while the case was er consideration and it was eyed. Many members of the lily were killed in the German centration camps. le case came up again after war, when a number of Beldescendants sought to conP. H. Melhado, one of the Itch descendants. Mr. Melhado now formed a commission ether with other descendants [the De La Penha family to Itact all other direct descends living outside Holland and begin another suit. Israel Seeks French Loan TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Israel has applied to France for a second $15,000,000 long-teTm loan, it was revealed here this week by the French commercial attache. Speaking to a press conference he said that the first $15,000,000 had been granted over the period of the first six months of this year fox the purchase of French goods. The attache said that the application was made by David Horowitz, Israel Under Secretary of the Finance Ministry, last week during conferences with French officials. He added that the French Finance Ministry has been ordered to give the application immediate attention. Israel's development over the last two years has inspired great confidence in France, he said, and France is willi ng toassist the Jewish state by allowing Israel to use capital goods of Jews migrating to Israel for the payment of French products, as well as by purchasing all Israel goods which can find a market in France and facilitating French investment in Israel industry. The attache expressed the hope that the France-Israel trade pact, which has been in negotiation for many months, will be concluded soon. He said that France will give all possible aid to the development of Israel air and shipping line's. Purge Of Jewish Officials Seen In Poland BOSTON, (JTA)—All Jews will be removed fro important public positions in Poland and will be replaced by Russian citizens, it is predicted in a report published here by the Christian Science Monitor. The report says that the purge of Jewish officials is to be expected as a result'of Marshall Konstantin Rokossovsky's becoming the chief of the Politburo in Poland. Polish-born Rokossovky "is known for his anti-Semitic attitude," the paper says, adding that he also has the reputation of being a "specialist in conducting purges." The first high Jewish official to be removed was Jacob Berman who, from the very beginning of the present Polish government's existence, has been known as Moscow's liaison man, the Monitor reveals. Another prominent Jewish figure rumored as marked foi demotion is Hilary Mine, Polish Minister of Commerce and Industry, the report says. "The fact that Marshal Rokossovsky is known for his antiSemitic attitude strengthens the belief that he has orders to make personnel changes that gradually will result in complete elmination of Jews from public affairs in Poland," the article says. Marshal Rokossovksy himself is expected to take Mr. Berman's place as secretary of the Polish Communist Party. Jewish spokesmen say that dismissed Jews will go to Moscow, ostensibly for a Israeli Parliament Upholds Cabinet Decision To Support UN Stand On Korea JERUSALEM, (JTA>—The Israel Parliament this week upheld the Cabinet's decision to support the United Nations Security Council resolution calling for aid to South Korea. In cne of the tensest moments since the inception of the Jewish state, and following an exceedingly acrimonious debate, the Knesset adopted a vote of I .. confidence by 68 to 20, with eight abstentions. Previously, a Mapam motion for a vote of no confidence was defeated by 79 to 19, with the right-wing Herut refusing to join the left-wing Socialists despite its own opposition to the government. The debate was closed for the government by Premier David Ben Gurion who declared that the threat of war has not yet passed, but "has been decreased by the action of the United Nations." He called the Security Council's Israeli Diplomats Briefed On Korea TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Imoptrant conferences of top-ranking Israel diplomats from several countries are taking place here under the chairmanship of Foreign Minister are Turks Quizzed On Discriminatory Tax ISTANBUL, (JTA)—The question of the levying of a discriminatory tax on Jews and other minorities in Turkey in 1942 has been raised in the Turkish Parliament by a deputy of the Democrat Party, which recently upset the 30-year-rule of the Republican People's Party. The tax spelled economic ruin for many Turkish Jews. The deputy Sinan Tekelioglu, asked the Democrat Finance Minister, H. Ayar, to report ~~on the discriminatory tax, known as Varlik, and its effect. The Minister refused to speak of the effects of the law, terming them "shameful" but said that the measure itself embodied concepts of justice which did not jibe with the traditions of the Turkish state. Mr. Tekelioglu has insisted that the Minister reply more fully, and Mr. Ayar has asked for more time. Under the terms of the 1942 law, commissions of Turkish citizens were authorized to prepart secret estimates of the wealth of their neighbors who were members of national minorities. The commission did not have to use any previously prepared government tables of taxation and in most rases the taxes levied were enormous. Many members of minority groups, including Jews, were forced to liquidate their businesses and other assets to meet the tax. Those who could not pay the levy were deported to forced labor camps. of special importance as a result of the stand taken hy the Israel government on the conflict in Korea. It is understood that Mordecai Namir, Israel's Minister to Moscow, has received specific instructions from the Foreign Office here which he will convey to the Kremlin if, and when, required. So far the Soviet government has not asked Israel for any explanations with regard to the latter's stand on the Korean issue. It was learned this week that immediately after the Israel Cabinet had adopted its decision to support the U.N. Security Council resolution on Korea, imvisit as has often occurred before, portant officials of the Israel but that this-time they will not'Foreign Office visited the Soviet return, and that they will not be l Minister in Tel Aviv and exallowed to leave the Soviet plained to him the Cabinet's Union." I stand. Moshe Sharett. The conferences | action the "greatest blow against aggression" since the last World War. "Our stand as world citizens has been greatly strengthened by the government's decision," he insisted, adding that it was only from this point of view that the government made its decision. "Israel," he said, "faces a tremendous moral problem: world peace and peace for Israel, or aggression. We are a small nation, but we have to stand on our own, unbiased and unbribed." The Premier's speech was punctuated by shouts of "untrue, lie" from the left-wing benches. The Speaker of the House was forced to call several members to order during the course of the speech. Earlier, the Cabinet heard a report by Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett on Korean developments and on world reaction to the conflict. The Cabinet also discussed financial problems in connection with immigration and absorption. It appointes a special Ministerial committee to deal with the issuance of permits to Israelis deMiami To Assume Responsibility For 54 More New American Families The Greater Miami Jewish com_.,... v munity will assume responsibility *^2, f r „ N?. w „ !" Iif^ *£ s T in 8 to go abroad on various for 54 additional New American families expected to arrive here in 1951. The new quota was approved by the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, meeting in emergency session at the behest of the United Israel Attache, I S. Official Discuss Korea WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Israel Charge d'Affaires Moshe Koren discussed the Korean situation with Acting Assistant Secretary of State Raymond Hare at a meeting which lasted over an hour. Mr. Koren pointed out, however, that the purpose of his visit to the State Department was not to inform the American government of Israel's condemnation of North Korean aeeression. This expression, he said, was communicated directly from Israel to United Nations Secretary-General Trygve Lie. The Charge d'Affaires was accompanied by Colonel Chaim Herzog, chief Israel military, air, and naval attache in the U.S. (A report from Cairo stated that the United States government had communicated its "shock" over the Egyptian government's abstention on the U.N. Security Council's Korean resolution to the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Mohammed Salan Eddin Bey. The dispatch said that American Ambassador Jefferson Caffery had spent an hour with Eddin Bey during which he informed the Arab leader that Egypt's present attitude "would not encourage us to help Egypt if the occasion arises on other matters.") national agency responsible for m j ss j ons bringing Jewish Displaced Persons into this country. The action was prompted by the |J|| C %  Puklickarc recent enactment of a more, PlUMl I UUII JllCI J liberal DP law. As a result of this law, 11,500 Jewish refugees ;| will soon be admitted into the country. j NEW YORK. (JTA)—CompetiOf this number, the Jewish tion between two American music community of the city of New publishing companies over one of York will assume responsibility j Israel's army songs which is now for 3,500. The remainder will be I popular in the United States refeud Over Song sponsored by Jewish communities throughout the country. Under the terms of the old DP act, Miami has provided assurances for 108 families. Sixty-six of these families hav-? already sought haven here and 42 more are yet to come. Major operational responsibility for the resettlement of the New Americans has been designated to the Jewish Social Service Bureau, which works in close cooperation with national and overseas agencies. Also assisting with this service are the National Council of Jewish Women, which con-' suited in legal action in New York, attracting unprecedented attention on the part of song writers. The song under dispute is "Tzena," a Hebrew word meaning "walk out." It was composed in Tel Aviv by a I. MichrovskyMiron during the Arab-Israel war and became popular not only among the soldiers—because it invites the girls to come out into the streets to see the Israel soldiers marching—but also in collective settlements, in cafes and even among school children. It did not take long for the f U ^i^?hf „.ir^^nS &* to reach the United StSieS JLZ^l^t^£ZS~£Z\"'tere Cromwell Music, Inc., had ^^^?^^£i^r;„ a ? ^!the text translated into English and published it. "Tzena" soon became a "hit" song on records agency which attmepts to find employment for them. Communists Demonstrate In 3 Israeli Cities JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Communist demonstrations against the Israel government's stand on Korea were held this week in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa. In this city some 50 persons marched through the streets carrying Hebrew and English banners reading: "Hands Off Kor.ea," "We Want Peace" and "End American Aggression." The demonstrators attracted little attention. In Tel Aviv several hundred Communists carried banners reading: "Israel for the Israelis, Korea for the Koreans." and on the radio and in night clubs. However, a New York composer. Yudl Grossman, after hearing the song, wrote to the Tel Aviv composer asking his permission for improving on the music. He also asked Cromwell Music to recognize MichrovskyMiron's rights to royalties. When Cromwell rejected this request, Grossman in his and Michrovsky-Miron's behalf authorized the Mills Music Publishing Company to publish the song. Cromwell then sued Mills on the grounds that the song was copyrighted by Cromwell. Grossman instituted a suit against Cromwell for appropriating "Tzena." Each side is seeking $50,000 damages.


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PAGE SIX *Jmist> ncridFian FRIDAY. JULY 1/ Personally Speaking Vacationing in Miami Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shapiro of Spartanburg, S. C. The Shapiros, who are guests at the Victor Hotel, are visiting Mrs. Shapiro's father. Dr. Abraham Wch'son. chairman of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum cf Miami Beech. Mr. Shapiro is co-owner of the Globe Department Store .?Dartanburg. -* -fc Dr. and Mrs. George Balber, 4531 S.W. 15th St. annoi birth of a sen, Gary Stev Wednesday Sinai Hospital. The Balbe|htei Susan Helene, and a son, Eric Dc. Rec :: from a recer.: :ii:'.e.= vel :o: H< tthoi of tl • =: -e'.'.z:, Thdnk 3od Fo: My : Attack," is a cues: at Cadillac. Fo: M) •"..: .: had a :::z~ = ;!e .:. :. j:c-~c::red ovo: -.. j Natic Alberta Hohausei '•' %  "'•; Lr: He 5.W. 3rd St -: .-• -:\i : :::: Granada Coral G LeaFriday are Dr. 4 OIM'I Heads Kos:. Leonard Tinner. nd-Dr, Olin McKenzie, I provided than (iou nt children and adults in Nineteen orthotreated and pel and lower dentures proThe clinic In its annual report the clinic. tes with the cooperaf the school board, noted 11 girls j ted this year divided into eight groups dealint in the first dental assistants £radwith yarious phases of den Center To Sponsor Ring Performance The Miami Jewish Comn Center has taken over the J Jl house of the University of NTiJ! 1 Ram Theater for the perfoSfJI of -Yes. My Dar. ing P DauS successful Broadway coinedv Thursday. July 27. "M Professor Warren Smith vising lecturer from Penn State \vh is conducting a summer v. in ring theater technique f !" 1 lers, is directing the plavaiSi the east will include universal students. Tickets are available at th, renter and reservations may hi made by calling 3-5489. uating class. The girls re on-the-job training in the clink as parfof their school instruction -ion. membership now consists of 100 dentists. They are Ustry, Mrs. Ceiia A. Auslander was recently installed as worthy n of Emur.ah Chapter. O.E.S. ill fly N Pvlliian KniglilK Stti Itailcrs led a~ is Gordc: %  -* Mrs. D. Rattner, 542 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, left nander of the "-••' %  with hei soi and daughter, 177 of the :el, Staunton, Va. • | Saturday %  %  %  t a cen mony and dance -fc -* Jack Block, master-at-arms: Ben Mr, Sidney Boenixtger recently underwent surgery at j fgglS outer SSSf. SS -"* r 26 K ^ % %  :S ft ,a M and n W ^"^ting at her Schwartz* SSiJgF M?ff$ zo-io D.W. jutn i_t. Mrs. Boemnger is veterans hospital Cooper, recording secretary; Arrepresentative of B'na: B'rith Women. thur Rosen, treasurer: Charles Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Gleason. 2301 S.W. 21st St anth cf a son, James Martin, on July 7. Mrs Gleason ler Selmc Byer, dauahter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Byer St. Paternal grandmother is Mis. Lillian Gerstein Cherry, custodian; Arthur Robinson, deputy. M : Soc Ifriend of the Essex House, New >r a games snd's mother, Mrs. Joseph f 1 acquainted •-., and brothers, Sidney and Sherburt 'Ju '' ; : i0 > : Aaron Greenberq in West %  on'.clair. Mrs. Jacobs To Open Home For Games Fete Mrs. Samuel Jacobs will open at 3232 Chase Ave. to Henrietta Szold Group of mes party and on Satur. p.m. J ihn Starr and .Mrs. Jack •'' : ith the ncraggan Inn, Hender...."/. mta Ave., Miami Beach, left "eek stay in New York. While >morial service for his wife .thTkS PLASTIC EYES Are "Commendably Deceptive" When Custom Matched 'Guaranteed Vnbreakc Phone 9-2228 Medical Arts Laboratories, Inc. 324 Calumet Bldg. 10 N.E. 3rd Ave. OPEN 12 MONTHS A YEAR LISTEN TO THECULTURAL' rEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR B w F A r D S r C A v ST ^ 0W FIVE TI MES WEEKLY 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 Directed and Announced by GLASS t'OE EVERY I fc r 1-, H^lTOta, Ou, Sp.ci.l. T *lM"" and Mir !" 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UDAY, JULY 14, 1950 fJewist FhrldUan PAGE THREE Response To Opening Of Mt. Sinai Clinic So Great New Medical Clinic Is Added A new medical clinic has been [added at Mount Sinai Hospital [due to the tremendous response I to the opening of the outpatient (department on Monday, according to Samuel Gertner, executive diI rector. The new clinic, he said, will be | held from 9 to 11 a.m. on Fridays. Other clinics scheduled are medical clinic, 10 to 11 a.m. on Mondays; obstetrical and gyneco>l i. Sinai Joins Blue Cross Plan Mount Sinai Hospital employees have been accepted in the Florida Blue cross plan, according to an announcement by Samuel Gertner, executive director. Blue Cross is a hospitalization plan offered to groups, which, by the use of small, regular payments, makes hospital care possible for its members without financial worry, Gertner explained. Mount Sinai itself become a Blue Cross hospital as soon as it opened, and to date 710 patients have been serviced by Blue Cross there, Gertner added. To be a Blue Cross hospital, he explained, means that a hospital has been approved for the servicing of persons holding Blue Cross memberships. "In joining with 110 other hospitals throughout the state having the approval of the American Medical Association in the Blue Cross movement. Mount Sinai has been fulfilling its dual responsibility to the people of this community—to render the finest hospital service possible and to find a method by which the people can pay for it," Gertner said. logical, 9 to 11 a.m. Tuesdays; surgical, 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesdays. Offering all medical and surgical services provided by the hospital, the outpatient department began full-scale operation Monday with interviews and treatment of patients. Miss Edna P. Stephenson, medical social worker at the clinic said more than 100 telephone inquiries have been made concerning appointments since its opening was announced last week. "Many persons applied for treatment without making an appointment first," she said. "I'd like to ask all persons seeking these services to make an appointment so they will not be disappointed or be kept waiting when they arrive," she added. Miss Stephenson has been active in the field of child welfare and medical social service in the Miami area for the past ten years. Mrs. Leonard A. Wien, chairman of the volunteer workers in the outpatient department, announced that there will be three volunteer workers on duty during each clinic session. The department is located on the ground floor of the hospital with a separate entrance to the left of the main hospital entrance. In this department, ail persons who cannot afford to pay for the services of a private physician will be given needed care at a cost they can afford to meet, according to Max Orovitz, president of the institution. Miller Unveiling The unveiling and memorial service for the late Minnie Miriam Miller, formerly of 6380 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach, will be held Sunday, July 16 at 11 a.m. in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery, Miami. Rabbis Max Shapiro and Joseph E. Rackovsky will officiate at the unveiling and dedication. They will be assisted by Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Mrs. Miller was a pioneer resident of this area and was active in local and national religious and philanthropic organizations. Mrs. Miller was the wife of Louis Miller, and the mother of Harry A. Miller, Mrs. A. E. Woolfe and Mrs. Sol Leslie. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Essen Speaks At Church Traeger Unveiling The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Bertha Traeger, formerly of 753 N.W. 22nd Court, will take place Sunday, July 16 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Hirsch To Read Play Tuesday Sam Hirsch, professor of drama at the University of Miami, will read the musical satire by E. Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy, "Finian's Rainbow," on Tuesday, July 18, at 8 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel. A musical background will be provided for the performance, which is presented under the auspices of Freedom House. Tickets are available at Pansy's Flower Shop, 193 22nd St., ^Doubleday Book Shop, 934 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, and Pansy Flaum's McAllister Hotel Flower Shop. Radio Interview Set Norman R. Lyons, local attorney and Jewish news commentator, will interview Stanley Scott, who is making arrangements to present legitimate shows in this area, on Sunday, July 16, during Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour from 10 to 11:30 a.m. The round table discussions, scheduled to get underway last week, will begin Sunday, July 23. Israelite Center Board Meets The board of directors of the Israelite Center met this week to work on plans for the High Holidays, according to Irving Sperling, president. Sam Eisner and Morris Chasanoff reported on a cantor to be hired for the services, and Nat Shenken discussed glass work to be installed in the new building. Others making reports were Morris Goldenberg, Mrs. Sylvia Sandier and Mrs. Minnie Deckowitz. Ben Essen, local attorney, spoke on "The State of Israel—How it Affects the Christian World" at the Wesley Methodist Church. Coral Gables, Thursday. July 13. at 8 p.m. The church played host to the Sisterhood of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables at the gathering. Mother-Daughter Athletic Series On Calendar A summer series of motherdaughter athletic events got underway Thursday evening, June 29, at the Miami Jewish Community Center, with the mothers besting the daughters in a 2-out-of-3-series, by winning in shower ball and newcomball and losing only in volleyball. These competitive net activities will continue through the month of July and then new sports will be introduced in the series. Girl and matron teams are still in the process of formation at the center. FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alto completely equipped large Koihir Kitchen for Wedding*, Bar Mitzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE 8IDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922. FOR INFORMATION BONDED Scdtevuutea* TERMITE CONTROL BONDED GUARANTEE — by Massachusetts Bonding & Ins. Co. 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When newspapermen this week questioned education department officials on the situation they "refused to comment." From Stuttgart it was reported that Dr. Benno Ostortag, chairman of the local Jewish community, has called on the Wuerttemberg-Baden government to take action against Municipal Judge Hans Kottnackef, for expressing anti-Semitic statements. During a trial at which testimony was introduced that the defendant had been a gauleiter during the Nazi regime, the judge declared: "It makes no difference to me whether somebody was a gauleiter or unsuccessfuly tried three times to gas a rabbi." Schurowitz Unveiling The unveiling of a monument J to the memory of the late Esther i Schurowitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schurowitz, 122151 N.W. 10th Ave., who passed away July 23, 1949, will take place at Mt. Sinai Cemetery on Sunday, July 16, at 1 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. 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PAGE TEN +Je*ist ftcridlfan FRIDAY, JULY 14 Tribute was paid lo Harry Sirkin by lhe Civic League of Miami Beach at a meeting last week in recognition of his service to the organization for the past 15 years. The league presented him with e certificate of honor praising his service to the community. First Vice President Carl Gardner was chairman of lhe ceremony which took place in the Park Aver.ue Restaurant. Sirkin left this week for Now York and a possible trip lo Israel. I.dilor Marks 9ftn Birthday NEW YORK. (JTA)— The 90th birthday of Abraham (' -in-chief of the J Daily F I. % %  •" be iel< i with a pul ber. it h the irn ilism n American .1 Mr. Cahan has • ; n Ai ican ind short story However, I his were devoted to building up Forward and to cementing Jewish Labor movement. His of David Levinsky" has been acclaimed as one of the best ican novels of this genera• n. Mr. Chan is a strong supporter of Israel. A chair in labor history p.m een established in his name at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He has been fighting Communism ever since the Communist Party came to power in Russia. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Temple israet (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Sabli it 8:15 p m. %  Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rebbi Jacob J. Honig; • \ moinli Week the l.. T'Fereth Israel Congregation ol Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Frld i p.m., in that to all. n.l. Congregation Kneselh Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Mincha Friday 6:.'!". Saturday morni 8:30 Mtai ha .ii 6, followed by Shaloi Seudoe Maarl> follows. P.iilv -. • at 7::l" a.i". and ''.: la Tropical WOIIMII To iUtUi Affair %  P Mi%  Joe ] • %  Mrs. L [ This Summer Keep COOi. at Hendersonville's Canadians Slimlv IJlM-ra? RIP Kill %  tion ] %  %  ef 1 Congregation loung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Str\ Fi daj nisht at 8; Saturday Mln ha al 6 p m, followed >.. idoa Kei vli e Sunday t.. Thursday s a.i 6:45 : Israel men lera 1 the an North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. lit 111* Flagler-Grar.ada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. • %  mi. Beth LI (Orthonth Ave. Rabbi ttle%  : • en la. %  %  il. In i nl would .. ici ie setl %  nigrants I Britain and France. Low Weekly Rates $ 'including oil maals 1 i oil tldinf for I H c.iv Carolina's lineal moanM Now For i Lakeside Inn, Hcndcrsonville. N.C. Famous Hebrew and Talm.idical GENERAL ALL-AROUND MAN Prominent Cantor. Baal Kore and Teacher. Served Savannah Community tor a number ot years: seeks position in or around Miami and vicinity Highest Reterenc-s. Writ" or wireREV. HIRSH CEFFEN 510 Barnard Street. Savannah. Ga. Telephone 21846 Congre-tnon dox). 590 S.W. Murray Grauer. %  Nortn Snore Jewish Center (Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive, Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation;. Rev. Philip Fried. • %  I i %  Congregation Beth Jacob (Or'hodox'. 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. 111 %  i Shalo.S idtiy. Summer %  %  • rellgioui Bchool. Monday •: • dally fiv .in '.• a.m. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. Ill s,*A lot s ;i t 6: IV a ut 6:4.' Maarlv follow a. Dally .i MI and 6:43 p m. Sunday morning Bervk-es :ii S Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Sabbath Bervlcea at 9:43 a.m. Butur.l.i y. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday moraine at 9.w o'clock, Norihside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. ,ac S. Smith ill %  ate al Friday evi "v'w I': Win. I B, B N W. Si II. i. BHWJ undi Philip Fried at 8.01 S \V. Ith Avi on Mondays and Thursday from i to 6 D.m Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Friday night Mrvlcei al 8; Saturday morning at Dally service* at s "Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck. cantor. \ i gel i Ices Fi i' 1 iy evenlne: the rabn will speak on "Row n—How t<> Get It." Services will be held in the i patio. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday eve R service ;>' ,; ; Saturday morning al 9, Dally Ben-ices ai .. in and 7 p.m. Congregation beth Tlilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. I Fi Idav • veiling BI n • %  %  -' al Tl abbl %  tvlll preach on I'orl of I • hi Rack v will %  llncha I lowed "ii Sundays. Tueidu Thursdays by class in i.,. toms, .mil on Monday-;,. ,i StM li> elajM in Jewish | ..Jl^JH Hi,. Talmud. ,; -i e 8n*a Miami Hebrew Bctiooi and cj gregation (Orthodox), noi 121h Ave. Rabbi Simon ; Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening Sniuiliny morning :n 6 ;."i followed by M %  n Ice 7:S0 a.m. and 8:4 ; tn, n j BI i from H a in. ti Temple lietn snoiom i Liberia 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami BejT Rabbi Leon Kronish; rw Samuel Kelemer. By evening sei \ is •> Rabbi Leon Kronish m deliver the sermon. Congregation Beth David (cj servative). Coral Way and 2tJ Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rj Maurice Mamches. Friday *-\c-ninK services at • %  § Services Saturday mon ng a ^ Saturday evening eervlces at 'i^'itij Dally services at 7:80 a.m. HHI M;,,^! and Maarlv at 6:4Ti p m. i'l;i,,!l Hebrew School 10 a.m. to i JIJ days through Thursdays itlontcGiHle HOTEL LUNCH* 0 N S WEDDINGS BANQUETS %  ..one 86-8721 Gi A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE Boats Machinery Office Safes Household Concrete Pouring Move Anything 31 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area 2236 N. W. Miami Court Phone 9-8959 — 83-6437 th R. R< ^0 Habbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Sf ITLIN & COMPANY 19 N.C. 2:-ri ST. 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PAGE TWELVE *-l*lstflcrHiair FRIDAY, JULY 14 New Unit Services General Leisure-Time Groups, Synagogues, Suburban Centers by LEO SHEINER !. • Je •' ; ''• A ireati Miami the tl I of a Jewish ; luaint the G •. with one (Vntion of Greater M • [started. The 1 about I .1 %  %  Centi • discu Centers In ordei this question, • %  '•• i" mind I facl and community support • use the definitions as a basis :' d< '• : mining the fields in which the ass tciation nd will j sei ve. Areas: With respect 1 1 newly establ ""' F • • pu pose of this article, been in ever} %  [ am going to divide the agencies tion purposes ol tne oups, in order I t, because of the their purposes, and the | newness of the organizations, and. s in which the Jewish Centers ., %  ciation will serve. The g > ;,''"-,. f .11 the particular communitj. inesi ni w ns will, are as follows: c;e& Children enjoy Purim fete can onlj to these organizations, or I thosi functions 0! j anizations, which represent or lend themselves to inity participate. This is a principle that is accepted not only here in Miami, but in all other communities The Jewish Cente al 1 • ives its funds from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which is supported by the total community. We efore state, us a '.< iici'.il principle, that the Ji ters Association will serve in genera] and Jewish group work, itionai and infoi :.... • lucal ional pr grams and %  1] ipen to iill people in the community. Starting with this general iple, we will have to describe the purposes and functionsof the ni igem ies who are affiliated with the centers as%  tion in order to describe to you whom we will serve. But I I .'to make that Hie reason for the egate the us purpi fum tions >n each othi I imply that in purposi e more im' ni than others, but rathei .... di mine the primacy of the Beach Y. and the M'-,their purposes, and the Jewish ami J e w i s h Community Centers Association will not press Center: require these organizations t 1 A V or Jewish centei is spoken conform to any particular purof as a total communitj nizaposes. Insofar, however, as these levi informal educamenl oup work pi mal and iti mal programs. in the J( wish and general fiel I • iciation will make which ,.-open to all people in the its stafl available to these cenm unity. Membership is n it ters, ..nd the community will be %  1 n : ips of persons. All Jews pa tii i] ite in a Jew.. program whi ther they i ( • •• V %  '•'.'• ; '' I I The prim ry purp -• nti r is I : if in: tion and recreat em] sis thi "inI" Applying •. %  1 find • in this type of organiza| tion, the Jewish Center Ass nd the j unity can offer its support I in terms of deficit financing. (2) Synagogue!: or Synagogue] Centers Housing Leisure Tune Programs: The purpose of a synagogue orl synagogue center is to provide asked to assist in terms of deficit for the religious needs of a specifinancing. Adults Cavort at Beaux Arts ball have found the formula most acceptable to our community for working with all the organizations described. At the present time, the most gratifying mums which hav come out of the newly formed Jewish Centers Association, are. first, that people in all parts of the Greater Miami community] becoming better acquainted' each other; and second, that J find a spirit of friendliness | cooperation among all the gro and. third, that every part of ( Greater Miami communitj benefiting from the sharing j ideas, staffs and facilities. Nursery school visits fixeboal fie type of membership, whether it be Orthodox. Conservative, Reform or Liberal A person, a synagogue or synagogue center j joins a specific religious denomi-j national group. A synagogue or synagogue center has a primary \ religious purpose, and through (4) National Ideology Youth groups such as B'nai B'rith and Zionist Youth Organizations: In the case of the Youth Organizations, the Jewish Centers Association will make its staff extra-curricular activity seeks to available for the purpose of train' serve members of its congregation ing leadership for these organiza[ in informal educational and 1 tions. In this respect, the centers in rational activities. Applying | association will not participate in, the general principle we have: or attempt to influence the described above, we find that the j ideology of the particular group. Jewish Centers Association can | The training and leadership of and will serve the synagogue or 1 these youth groups is. however, a synagogue center in the informal: community responsibility. educational and recreational actiT want to in conclusion that or while at the outset we are making certain general determinations as synagogue synagogue center. Where the centers association serves the synagogue or synagogue center in these fields, the program which will be housed in the facilities of the synagogue or synagogue center, will be open to the entire community, and not alone to members of the synagogue or .synagogue center. (3) TM Wewly-Eitdblished Jewish Centers in Suburban to the fields of service of the t centers association, and the reia; tionship of the centers association to its member agencies, we are j going to evaluate from time to j time what we are doing, until we' MEAT PRODUCTS GOOD FOODS', -THE/RIGHT KIND, AND. $UN$H|N£. 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PAGE FOURTEEN fjenisfi FhrkJiar FRIDAY, IULY14 University Human Relations Workshop Combats Racial, Religious Prejudice Teaching students to respect their fellow men by eradicating prejudice was the theme of the W rkshop in Human Relations held at the University of Miami Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Designed especially for teachers attending the teacher training course at the university, the workshop was sponsored by the university and the Florida regionBodncr 0|M'iis Law Office Hero Charles J. Bodner Lt. Col. Charles J. Bodner. a former member of General Douglas MacArthur's staff in Tokyo, has opened law offices at l-iT2 N.W. 36th St. A graduate of the University of Miami and Rutgers Law School, he traveled extensively throughout Asia during 1930 and 1931 and practiced law from 1931 until the beginning i : World War II in Passaic, X. J., %  for tin' Passaic nty B A ti >n. instructor n thi N'orth Africa I it the and Budge;. Arthur's I I ;i completion of his -• vice 1947, el ained by a el up cortions and agencies throughout the Far E al office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. During the first day's session. Donald Sprague. associate professor of human relations at the university, emphasized the role which the teacher can play in combatting racial and religious prejudice. He admitted that the home is the prime influence in developing prejudice, but the schools are the second most important and much can be done there. Teaching materials in human relations available at the Unii versitv of Florida were listed and explained by Charles C. Bushong. \ assistant professor in extension education at Gainesville. Pamphlets, posters and books, all anti-prejudice teaching aids, were exhibited by the ADL. Similar publications and facilities of the National Conference of Christians and Jews were described by James Whitehead. South Florida director. David H. Cohn. graduate student in the government department at the university, conducted a rumor clinic, which illustrated how facts are twisted when a story is repeated several times. The Rev. William McKeever, religious adviser to Catholic students at the university, spoke briefly. Other speakers at the institute were Fred Routh, Warburg Fellowship student at New York University, and Dr. D: R. Larson, chairmn of the university government department. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 MIOH i; FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 BE THRIFTY DAMP WASH 5c a lb First 8 Lbs. — 49c FLAT WORK IRONED Out of This Service Ribbon 6c a Lb. Additional ASK OUR DRIVER OR PHONE 3-075:1 — .1-0754 For Free Piek I p and Delivery Buy Real Quality at a Real Savings U.S. ROYAL MASTER OUR^^yCHANGE-OVER OFFERli The one SURE way to buy tires! i Don't take our word for satisfaction! Don't take anyone's word! Satisfy yourself with an absolutely free trial ride for a full week on Mid-Century U. S. Royal Masters-the tires with features that are sweeping the country—no strings—no obligation. Learn for yourself about— — Scuff proof whitewalls ROYALTEX new safety tread device holds where tires never held before — Skid protection never possible before — 60o more safe miles — High-speed, low-pressure comfort Many people like to "prove it for themselves* That's why we make this unusual offer. Well put these great U. S. Royals on your car absolutely free for one week. You make the test, under any road conditions, at any driving speeds; you make the decision—then if you decide to buy we'll offer you the best allowances in town for your old tires. mi At Bll •HCMl CJtfOIT TUMSt MAKE YOUR /ffa-G*a&t# CHANGE-OVER TO U.S. ROYALS TODAY 1 ONLY $C.53 6 For Fully Guaranteed Factory Type Full Cap 6.00x16 Exchange. No Discounts. Boy,wh4tabuy!l.. A Quarter Century of Progress in Greater Miami Fasu lludqet Terms — Little AH $1.00 Per Week NORTON TWO STORES ^IjTr^^lTin M ,AMI BEACH *„ **£?" ST 1454 ALTON' ROAD Ph 3-4639 DL c cue Louis E. PaJloi President %  MfMI'HM %  < %  > %  <



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5E TWO J^t istfk rrt&r I'll Say i • n. B %  %  i %  1 gainst i %  perhaps tru< Eaglisl %  %  '. %  tinct:o • %  : %  %  %  %  % %  Ortl d •• %  •' -• • %  %  %  In con! %  ... • %  •Rabl :. %  ••• 11 •• • u Rabbinate. 1 for tl he torn by th IJ • i • pant on the An* ecogniz. H a FRIDAY. JULY R J Liverpool, Manchester, York, Newcastle By HARRY SIMONHOFT -.%  %  : %  and la l i %  ..... %  ... a Q P ;hurch ;n e their ami tioi : ng Montaj •tt San SI inwell, and • • that aj i no position. 1 Zan( : Zionism on the iced by the American h:: evenU have completely ;• English Jews are proud • and as a consequence i their 1 ; • %  n love Britain deeply. stimulus of Israel: they fullest in the vreation of a sound neither inclination nor El nd. They belittle the -"'regard the high main: Br.iuh Judaism a Deity of supreme im• %  : -•" -;.-.: York if for no other :••; that gave New York its -:.:..-: attra tion lies in iti quaint medieval : ~ '%  '=' %  •• %  ': Saw teeth walls % %  -: :r : I Id York. The vast, noblv ; entury cathedral makes vou *' %  %  %  'produced an edifice of such • tectural beauty can so gliblv • disparaging term medierai. It %  %  %  '=age: but so was the Nazi era I the 20th century with its great riments Atmosphere rhambles. where cattle were : nan v street with gutters to I wandered into the middle ages %  neously the Tudor houses on • I: --.ruck me that the .• ich stood SSthlhS'SSS ZW*r !" ai h •*• VIHM. theNorman castle. Only the round tower remains Her(j occurred oneof the gruesome traeediw J %  % % %  v which ranked seermU 9 I. nd •. in the 12th century, iived a pV D 1 ^I • • • At the coronation of Ric^^T??! f.' rted the Jews brought some rich gifu I the new king. As the committee entered the nil I their offerings, the mob attacked and kmSl The pogrom spread rapidly through LrnJI Wn>.-n the news reached York, the entire W^l pulation sought refuge in the castle. The ken!. I thdrew and left them in charge. The mob e-.thSSI and demanded surrender. The Jews held out I eral days. They knew the temper of the'hl. a.ji ma_ Frishman, Yehuda Steinberg Chain-, Nachman Bialik. as well as .,. %  ;; %  ?• of Don Quixote. 'William Tell and Hamlet. The Showcase of Good Food T^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH %  COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5 High School Girls l*m Maid Jobs S15 Weekly ACE EMPLOYMENT IH *£. Ut Ave. Ph 2 76!9 :MM0 AgeClab To IIoh! |>a % %  <•< • Clul of the %  ... %  ana Ha^or-^ranada nil Plans Plenlc : 6, at M • prizes The library, located in the •offices, 318 Congress Building, will b.sopen all JSnS ay through Friday from 9 urn. to 5 p.m. JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES oOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE S0T JB CHEAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned wpice sures the m, 9 ? us re Wrements asMeizanine Floor V taste ROKEACH BORSCHT TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS r> i~. t 1 'S"""f JRll West Flagler & 20th Ave. Phone: I 1236 Washington Ave Phone OiltrcOuttJ O. H^i r, D, r,Buto • 3 a s Cfesr? Phon* 3-86 tw G T N E *„ SN tutM [ *F J i' *J I h ,H R V11 h !" .Fonil3„ K „ f IN NEW 0RK >*.h c W [ISLNBERr,