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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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EbBwiisltUEIliDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IE 23NUMBER 29
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
of trade and real estate
^tailors' associations have
together "overwhelm-
in their opposition to
are the principal con-
s of a detailed study of
!. campaigns in 27 states
ed jointly by the Ameri-
uncil on Race Relations
|e Anti-Defamation League
i B'rith and made public
leek,
tive support of F.E.P.C.
Ben almost entirely limited
o a^Jcw "organizations dedicatd
| preservation and enlarge-
if the rights of ethnic and
..inority groups," the report
)n the other hand, "in state
Btate, from one year to the
neBthe organized business and
industrial interests have opposed
F.E.P.C. In every state
wh I the issue was important
enodgh to bring it out into the
open,! it has been possible to
ideotty one of these organiza-
tions^ the leader of the op-
Law Defeated Because Sponsors
I To Win Support Of Labor, Vets
|W YORK, (JTA)Fair employment practices laws have
defeated in many states because their sponsors have
to win the active support of the very groupsorganized
lior onethat would be immediately and directly bene-
iv passage of such legislation. At the same time, state
al chambers of commerce, .... ,..
standpoint, is more diffuse. We
conclude that the political situa-
tion and the nature of the cam-
paign are the vital factors," the
report says.
No Increase In Tension
In Middle East. Riley Says
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)
Recent events have not brought
any increase in tension that would
lead to a new eruption in the
Middle East, Major General Wil-
liam E. Riley, United Nations
truce chief in Palestine, told a
press conference here this week.
Gen. Riley, who is now on a
visit to U.N. headquarters, de-
clared that he saw no danger at
all of increased tension between
Israel and the Arab states as a
consequence of Arab refusal to
join in the Korean war because
of the rankling over U.N. handl-
ing of the Palestine situation.
"Both sides are looking for a way
to a peace settlement," he said.
"The mixed armistice commis-
sions are operating in a friendly
atmosphere and solving many
civilian problems."
Credentials To
3 Are Tried On
Smuggling Charges
llrifisli Kino los angeles. LONDON. (JTA)-EUahuEUth. triaI f.three mcn on cha,rge/ of
Israel Minister to Britain, this smugg
week presented his credentials to
King George VI of England at a
'ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Mr. Elath chatted with the King
for fifteen minutes in an informal
friendly conversation.
At the entrance of Buckingham
Palace, Minister Elath was re-
ceived by Sir John Monck, Mar-
shal of the diplomatic corps.
Brigadier Salisbury Jones and
Marcus Cheko, Vice Marshal of
the diplomatic corps, as well as
by other dignataries of the
English Court who escorted him
to the King.
war
California to Palestine in 1948
ended in Federal Court here this
week when one defendant pleaded
guilty and the charges against the
other two were dismissed.
The defendant who changed his
plea to guilty was Herman
Greenspun of Las Vegas, Nevada.
The other defendants were Lawr-
ence C. Ives and Lloyd Rosen-
blum, both of New York. The
judge will sentence Mr. Green-
spn on Monday. The maximum
sentence is two years imprison-
ment or S10.000 in fines, or both.
U. S. Zionists Did Not Call For Separation
Of Zionists From Israel, Neumann Says
study makes clear that in
i man M^es proponents of F.E.P.C.
'ha^B^'i''1 '" >'']| their story
^^^Pe groups whom the legisla-
~vould most benefit. Noting
len states have passed fair
lyment practices legislation,
ludy bears down heavily on
J groups in whose interest
I.C. would seem to operate.
I role of organized labor has
(particularly disappointing in
1 of the professed stand which
1 taken," it declares. Veterans
lizations "have shown little
eness" of F.E.P.C. Propon-
have similarly failed suf-
itly to interest most of the
lous denominations, rural and
than populations or appreci-
1 numbers of national organ-
bns.
i b u r b a n populations are
lingly aligned with rural
llation in opposition to
'.C. and, in general, the states
Jig a greater number of cities
[higher percentage of urban
llers are more favorably dis-
Id to F.E.P.C. The study
lates to say, however, that the
In-rural division is final and
Ilusive. "It may be that if the
>onents of F.E.P.C. are prop-
1 organized, they will be in a
tion to overcome the opposi-
which, from a territorial
larett Explains
Ira Hi Stand
Korean Issue
SRUSALEM, (JTA) Israel
fers to be a second Denmark
(not a second Albania, Foreign
^ster Moshe Sharett declared
this week explaining the.
lid of the Israel government on
Korean conflict.
peaking at a gathering of
tents, Mr. Shareli emphasized
It the Israel government favors
lemocratic, not a Communist,
lime. At the same time, he
ited out that in the Korean
_ the government identified
klf with the United Nations. It
I'only incidental" that in this
the United Nations stand
identified with that of the
stern Bloc, he stated.
flr. Sharett also said that while
rael is most anxious to promote
bndly relations with all nations w.#*nn former
ardless of their internal! Edmund I. Kaufmann. former
|ime," it is "impossible to president of the Zionist Organixa-
ore the fact that it is only in jjon 0f America. died in
democratic countries that the WMhington Monday. July 17, at
vish communities enjoy free- -------- n*th
of organization, expression *h. age of 64. The cause of deatft
independent activity." was a heart condition.
Israel Seen As Future
Battlegrpund By Paper
VIENNA, (JTA)The predic-
tion that Israel will become a
war front is made by the news-
paper Scantea, official organ of
the Communist Party of Rumania,
which reached here this week
from Bucharest.
"Evidence that Israel will be-
come a battleground is contained
in the fact tnat the Americans
are building a very important
strategic highway from Istanbul'
to Cairo, passing through Israel,"
the Communist paper writes. It |
attacks Zionist leaders in Ru-'.
mania for "preventing Jewish'
working people from building a
happy life alongside the Ru-
manian people."
Israeli Minister To
Budapest Presents Papers
To Hungarian Parliament
BUDAPEST, (JTA)Shmuel
Elyashev, new Israel Minister to
Hungary this week presented his
credentials to the Hungarian
President at a ceremony in the
Parliament building. Yesterday,
the Minister called on the Foreign
Minister.
NEW YORK, (JTA) Em-
phasizing that American Zionists j
j have never suggested complete t
separation of the world Zionist
movement from the State of Israel,
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, former
president of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America, this week
issued a statement to the press
in which he took issue with some
of the assertions made at the
recent ZOA convention in Chicago
by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chair-
man of the American section of
the Jewish Agency. The statement
says:
"1. American Zionists never
advocated total separation of the
Zionist movement and Jewish
Agency from the State of Israel.
this new arrangement will not at
some time or another gravely
embarrass our movement in our
country or elsewhere, and will
not give rise to deplorable situa-
tions which we sought to obviate
in September. 1948.'
"5. Dr. Goldmann denies that
the Israel government intervened
the regrettable UJA
Israel To Receive
U.S. Crude Oil
TEL AVIV. (JTA)An official
j announcement this week revealed
! that arrangements have bi
concluded in the United Stales
j with American oil companies to
j supply Israel with crude oil nc-
l cessary for the resumption of
' refining operations at the Haifa
; refineries.
The arrangements were con-
I eluded by David Horowitz, di-
rector-general of the Israel
Ministry of Finance, ^jho is now
visiting the United States, the
announcement said. They provide
that the American companies arc
to supply their quota of crude oil
to the Haifa refineries on the
same conditions as in an agree-
ment reached recently by Israel
with British oil companies.
The World Commerce Corpora-
tion of New York has agreed to
extend $5,000,000 worth of credit
to the Israel government, it was
announced here. The credit,
which will be granted for a
period up to five years, will be
used for the purchase of food-
stuffs, frdder and raw materials.
The total may later be raised to
$7,500,000.
Imports into Israel amounted
to about $21,000,000 during April
in the regrettaDie uja con- ....-- r ,--.--
troversy. The group that pre- \ of this vear and exports totalled
cipitated that controversy claimed $3,000,000, i t was revealed
to be acting in the interest of the
State of Israel and in close touch
with members of its government.
One word from the right person
in Tel Aviv would have stopped
the agitation, but the disavowal
week. For the first four months
of this year the imports total
about $87,000,000 and the exports
amounted to less than $20,000,000.
The Israel diamond industry has
received an allocation of about
At the Actions Committee in | section of the Jewish Agency. It
August 1948, we successfully ad-
vocated a constitutional and
formal dissociation between the
Jewish Agency and the Govern-
ment of Israel. Close cooperation
and coordination was not only
assumed as indispensable, but
Eliezer Kaplan was retained as
a member of both bodies for this
very purpose.
"2. Prior to that meeting strong
nas not forthcoming despite re-i $500,000 for the purchase of crude
peated requests by the American diamonds in July. This will keep
' the level of employment in the
industry at approximately the
same point as in recent months.
has since been established that
the issues were discussed at a
meeting of the provisional gov-
ernment where strong views were
expressed."
German Jew Is
Named Prosecutor
50 Israel Pilots Train
As Airplane Mechanics
GLENDALE, Calif.. (JTA)
{.. x-iiui iu umi iiiccuiia o..o i Fifty Israeli fliers arrived here
support for such formal dissocia- thjs week for training in airplane
tion had come from eminent j mechanics. They will be stationed
counsel retained by the United at tne Cal Aero Technical In-
Jewish Appeal. The legal opinion I stitute. The fliers, between the
of UJA counsel dated July 8. 1948.1 ages 0f 18 and 21, are headed by
contained the following passage, I israel Captain Jariv Haran. The
which was underscored for em-1 men are in the United States
phasis: 'I believe it to be most with the endorsement of the De-
important that the dissociation of J partment of State and will re-
the Agency or its successor from main in this country about a year.
certain of its earlier activities and------------------------------------
^~ZZ Israel To Consider UN Appeal For Troops
Committee was devised at the
recent meeting of the Actions
Committee, when the proposal of
a 'charter' for the Jewish Agency
MUNICH. (JTA)A German
Jew has been named prosecutor
of the citv of Brunswick, it was
announced in the Lower Saxony
legislature this week by Acting
Minister of Justice Dr. Werner
Hofmeister. During the course
of the discussion in the legisla-
ture on the subject. Wilhelm
Ellinghaus, former Minister of
Justice and a deputy, declared
that it was very important to the
government that anti-Semites
should not be named either
prosecutors or judges.
For Korea At Next Cabinet Session
TEL AVIV, (JTA)United Nations Secretary-General Trygve
put' forward by the American Lie's appeal for troops to fight in Korea has not yet been
section of the Agency, had to be consjderecj by the Israel Cabinet but will probably fiqure at the
abandoned. Dr. Goldmann is only! reqular session. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett this weak
'^""hfVov^nmS^of^lSirola a'specially convened press conference for the foreign
has not rejected the 'charter' idea, i correspondents stationed in this country.
It was in fact dropped because of | Mr. sharett declared that he h,HH
the strongly expressed opposition | anticipates that "the most re-
of Mr. Ben Gurion and other ]evant consideration which will
government leaders. guide the Cabinet's decision is the
"4 Dr Goldmann violently at- fact that the Arab countries ob-
tacked Dr Silver for allegedly | stinately and persistently refuse
saying that the setting up of the i to conclude peace, while
bili'.ies of acquiring arms.
Turning to the question of the
Arab refugees, Mr. Sharett
stressed that they must now settl-
in their present countries of resi-
dence and that Israel is prepared
,nating Commi :, troops of two of our neighbors ^^^JSS^&IV^.
Zionists to
would expose Zionists to sus-
picion of double loyalty or being
agents of a foreign government.
What Dr. Silver actually said
was: 'I am not at all sure that
AJC Purchases Home
NEW YORK. (JTA) The
American Jewish Congress has
announced the purchase of a
] permanent home for the Congress
to be known as the Stephen Wise
Congress House. Rabbi Irving
Miller, president of the Congress,
said the house will provide na-
tional headquarters for the execu-
tive offices of both the American
Jewish Congress and the World
Jewish Congress.
are still located outside their
borders." He reiterated that Is-
rael's stand on Korea is based on
its adherence to the United
Nations.
(At Lake Success, an Israel
spokesman said that it is not
likely that his government could
send troops to Korea. Every man
capable of bearing arms is needed
in Israel, he added.)
Commenting on the tri-partite
policy on arms to the Near East,
the Foreign Minister pointed out
that the threat of a second round
of warfare is implicit in the pre-
vailing situation, with the Arabs
refusing to conclude peace. He
added that the Jewish state is
engagegd in exploring the possi-
this settlement from funds avail-
able in payment for land aban-
doned by Arabs in Israel. How-
ever, he pointed out that this
could be done within the general
framework of the peace negotia-
tions.
He stressed that '.he Israel
government's offer to accept the
return of 100,000 Palestine Aral)
refugees is no longer valid. He
asserted that it had been made
at a certain stage and within a
specific context of conditions pre-
vailing at that time. Conditions
are changing daily in Israel and
the country is gradually filling
up, he continued, therefore Israel
can no longer be bound by its
original offer.
n


PAGE TWO
+Jeisfi fkridian
I'll Say...
July 1st. I picked an ace when I chose Norway.
:ul land vith it chains of mountain
But its
fjoj I n .;... :. the '. Id's top igraphj !! re
thi deep vail th water, the tall
intan they di -.end
into th< inplumbed depth.
irprised* start as he
th( only the water
reflect f broad mount.
It is not difficult i .. land of mist and
"f w hanging loud hills, of somber
has given to saga and myth.
' primitive people believing
that the giant Thor, by striking his hummer on the
top of a round mountain (one often sees) drew
rks which caused flashes of lightning, followed
by tnundi i n verberating the mighty blow. One can
almost visualize the fierce Valkyries leaping then-
wild horses from mountain to mountain crag The
nomenon of the northern lights (aurora borealis)
obviously suggested the home of the Gods, the
gaard of the far north, where Odin was feasting
his fellow divinities in Valhalla .castle.
Achievements
I have had a penchant for castles since boyhood
when I read about fullv armed knights, who roamed
countryside seeking glorious deeds. I was told
Norway has no castles; for it bypassed feudalism.
Consequently it has a ways been a democratic land
without overlords or dependent serfs. In the distant
Past, the people were fierce Vikings, who conquered
Northern trance. England and Sicily. Under the
captaincy of Leif Ericson they crossed the Atlantic
in the yea. 1000 and landed on the North American
hoie Vmand). The Norsemen gave the names to
i h,,, r our week. T" world culture they con-
tributed Ibsen. Bjorson, Grieg, and Sigrid Undset
GenerlroTC S*^ Trygw "" ^^
National Character
kJdne^" ,"!'rV '"" ': p";K'(,fu' PePle and exude
thev S simple warm hospitality. Unspoiled,
-ii,, 'U'"h';r !1"' greed n"r ""' chfeeling
qualities oj more sophisticated nations, fheir relations
w'th Jews simply reflects then innate decency. In
"" p-'-st- d""n ""' w of faith, they excluded
FRIDAY, JULY,
Norway; Land of Mountains, Fjords, Sac
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Tropical Lodge Will Launch llrive
For Kiooil For Veterans Hospital
A drive to arouse th,. mi...... "
Jews, probably on religious grounds. But in the
ly 19th century, the national poet Henrik Werge-
land wrote some pathetic poems, lamenting their
persecution in various lands. His newspaper and
<.zine articles finally had their intended effect.
In 1851. six years after the poet's untimely death
at 'iT. Norway passed the present liberal law. per-
mitting entry and full citizenship to Jews.
Admission oj Jens
I: does not mean, however, they did not live in
Norway earlier. During the 18th century. Spanish-
Portuguese Marranos found their way to Bergen, one
of the trading cities in the Hanseate League. Skilful
as they were in the use of camouflage, whether
Catholic or Protestant, they were soon found out.
They must have proved valuable, for the government
relaxed the law sufficiently to enable the entrv and
residence of Jews out of Hamburg. The Norwegians
have had no cause to regret their tolerance. Today,
the most eminent figure in public life. Joachim
Hambro. President of Norway's Senate, is a descen-
dant of those Jewish settlers. Leader of the con-
servative opposition party, he is admired and
respected far more than Trygve Lie, who owes his
high position in the U.N. to his membership in the
Socialist Labor Partv, now in control of the govern-
ment.
The German Invasion
The tragic era began with the German occupation.
At first Quizling and the Gestapo were cautious.
Among the people, there were no anti-Semitic feel-
ings upon which to work. But gradually the Nazi
monster began to devour its Jewish victims. A score
were killed at home; about 730 were deported and
perished in the Auschwitz gas chambers. The Nor-
wegians \K-vic horrified and protested manfully. With
their cooperation, about 800 were enabled to escape
to Sweden.
Rehabilitation
After the war. the authorities encouraged the
i patriation of all citizens, without distinction be-
tween Jew and Gentile. Difficult problems were
encountered and solved as to the return of Jewish
homes stores, merchandise, and furniture, which
through Nazi expropriation had passed into local
hands. In a short time the native Jews were again
on their feet. Today thev have regained, if not
exceeded, their pre-war prosperity. The government
also showed its humanity bv inviting J
Persons to enter and share in the ljmi,71
economy. The sacrifice this act entails I
appreciated by those who know the seri 1
shortage that faces the native populate i
Jewish D.P.'s were lodged in the barrel
by the German invaders, and later gi[ \
newly built by the state.
Tubercular Children
Several months ago, international a
focused upon a tragedy. About 30 j. '
were killed in a plane crash against a mil
Norway during a fog. Thev were from "21
of Tunis and Morocco brought to be cured
culosis prior to the permanent settlenien''
The incident reacted badly upon FrtLl
opinion, which felt it a reflection ui,/m '
in North Africa. The Sultan of Tunis dem
return of the bodies for burial at home
about 200 such children still in sanitarium-
by a private benevolent society, with the an1
the government. It further 'illustrates thJk
tanan character of the Norwegian pe0niP
The Nazi Heritage
Lest the picture look too rosy, let ,t ai, I
down on the debit side that anti-Semiti^l
completely unknown. Of course in a n
three millions, 1200 Jews can hardlv con
problem. But Nazi propaganda has left it mark, even if the impression is but a mild S
result, the Norwegians are Jewish conscim.Tl
workers are astonished to find alongside Zl
Jewish D.P. laborers. They are accustomed^
every Jew as a rich merchant or manuh
Fortunately there is no unemployment Her7
question arises: What if a depression c-H
Post War Trials
The trials of some native Nazi collabrJ
not without significance. It is true that the w
tion made much of Vitkun Quizling's iharil
extermination of Jewish citizens. There wa5 J
count in the indictment for his anti-Jewish,
pations But smaller fry of equal guilt wereJ
not gu.lty. This led some liberal newspaper*!
he question whether they would have beer
oose. scot free, if their crimes had been
toward Christian Norwegians.
A ,l:u''' to arouse the Miami
Beach community to the serious
need for blood at the Veterans
Administration Hospital in Coral
Cables will be launched In- Trop-
ical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, it has
been announced by Lodge Presi-
The Dade County Blood Bank
Mobile Unit will be ].,,.,.,, a, *
and all other
wsho,:: >':vv'' oranizations
JJhS?*,'^Participate in the drive
Julv V ,1.t'duJ,t'd l"1 Monday,
July 31, at the Miami Beach V
epical Lodge, comprised of
young the w]t o
W J,f '"'" ^terans of World
wai ii. ,, anxious to spearhead
I \l{'"t;'un,'" "p|,lv ,h" need-
// "'l1 '* hospitalized veterans
"' '"' VA hospital, Kessler said
'": actual blood dona-
. T.".",\" ,"-1"1" ""> Donors
; ;-yl to contact either Sey-
'" Brennei or Kenneth Knop-
'""' co-chairmen of the project
"tons before reporting
',," '; "","1" "nit. An even,,,, 0f
P"tltaunm1en1 nas '"'" Planned
to highlight the event, K
stated, and Miami Beach ciYy em
Payees will be invited to partiri-
Other B'nai B'rith lodge. ,
>" Greato Miami area which
have established Blood Banks to
service their members and their
families include Sholem Lodge oi
Miami, Coral Gables Lodge, and
Miami Beach Lodge.
Httii Chapter
Seats Loaders
Irma Plotkin was installed as
president of the Hillel Chapter
297. B'nai B'rith Girls, at a
luncheon and swim party last
Thursday at the Sorrento Hold
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. presi-
dent of the Coral Gables Women's
f napter of B'nai B'rith. served as
"falling officer, presid ng ,
ceremonies in which Flora lelt-
man. out,,,,? preside* "receive,i
traditional past president's
Workshop To Present
'Kids Who Wear Glasses'
"Radio Workshop for Demo-
cracy," a community sponsored
weekly dramatic radio program,
will present "Kids Who Wear
Glasses" Saturday. July 22, at
7:45 p.m. over radio station
WA1IE.
The local actors in this week's
program are M. J. Berliner,
Robert Baron, Rose Heines, Sam
Freeman. Bernard Zweigel and
tleanor Zweigel. Steve Kessler
serves as musical director.
The entire series is under the
direction of Mrs. Gertrude Marx
and the technical supervision of
Bernard Hutner. assistant di-
rector of the Florida regional
office of the Anti-Defamation
League.
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JULY 21. 1950
let B'nai B'rith Lodge Will
luct Institute Of Judaism
t--day institute of Judaism
sponsored by the District
Lodge No. 5 of B'nai B'rith
[acres, N. C, August 2
16.
nm theme will be "The
tesont and Future of the
People" and will feature
lutstanding educators as
Irdecai M. Kaplan, Dr.
Grayzel and Richard E.
+Jewlst)tk>rklk*n
PAGE THREE
Japlan, founder of the
for the Advancement of
and professor at the
[Theological Seminary of
. will lecture on "The
I of the American Jew,"
|ect of his recent book,
litor of the Jewish Pub-
Society of America and
professor of History at
College, Dr. Grayzel w.ill
a course of lectures on
listory of the Jewish
ird E. Gutstadt is execu-
te chairman of the Anti-
Ition League of B'nai
ind has achieved national
|aa a lecturer and adminis-
the field of Jewish public
|s. He has been an official
li B'rith since 1917, and
J!I33 to 1947 served as
11 director of the Anti-
|tion League. He will lec-
"The Importance of B'nai
lo a Creative Jewish Sur-
l( res is located in the Blue
Mountains, 18 miles from
N. C. Facilities at Wild-
proper are limited to 50
it there are accommoda-
or 25 others at a nearby
Registration cost is $20 and
rge is $20. making a total
[Requests for reservations
sent with accompanying
lo Abe Shefferman, co-
kn of the institute commit-
j Colorado Building, Wash-
E>. C.
|cres is the birthplace of
aer institute plan of adult
in of B'nai B'rith. The
p- started by the North
Association of B'nai
odges in 1948. These in-
Fare dedicated to Jewish
forth Carolina Association
lai B'rith Lodges, at its
I at Wildacres. beginning
|5, J950, will present Dr.
Gordis, Dr. Jacob Marcus,
[ward Grusd on the theme,
heritage and Jewish Life
motion of District Grand
licapped Adults To
knize Social Club
Icial club for young adults
|apped with cerebral palsy,
and other crippling afflic-
vQ] be formed on Saturday,
2, at 8 p.m. at the Roosevelt
I, 5100 N.E. 2nd Ave., under
rsr>ices of the Dade County
for Crippled Children.
^rtainment will be furnished
tty Ward's "Youth Round-
and Audry Pilafian,
1 and her trio.
and Mrs. Hyman Abram-
I chairmen of the social club,
Jplanned activities such as
and shop-work. All handi-
adults are invited to at-
Lodge No. 5, the Supreme Lodge
of B'nai B'rith at its convention
in Washington on March 21,
adopted a resolution making B'nai
B'rith institutes of Judaism a
nation-wide project of the order.
Amvets Hear Debate
Tuesday's general membership
meeting of the Amvets Robert
Richter Post was host to a num-
ber of visitors who came to hear
Dr. Edward R. Annis and John
B. Orr, Jr., debate the question
of National Health Insurance.
Florida Construction
Up, FP&L Figures Show
Florida's construction activity, a
breaker of records in the post-
war years, has stepped up its
j pace in recent months, according
j to figures disclosed by Dave
Bosworth, district manager for
Florida Power and Light Co.
"Our company, which serves a
major portion of Florida, con-
nected 2,700 new electric services
during June of this year, an
increase of 10.47 percent over the
2,444 services connected in June
last year," Bosworth said in point-
ing out that a reliable index to
the number of new buildings
completed is the number of new
electric services connected.
"Every month of this year has
shown more new electric service
connections made than in the
corresponding month of last year.
In the first six months of this
year, FP&L connected 19,371 new
electric services, compared to
Ardmore
Interviewing patients on the opening day of the outpatient
department of Mount Sinai Hospital is Mrs. Leonard A. Wien,
chairman of the volunteer workers in the department. The
department was opened July 10. and met with such success that
it was necessary to open an additional clinic. Now scheduled are
medical clinics, Monday. 10 to 11 a.m.. and Friday, 9 to 11 a.m.:
obstetrical and gynecological clinic, Tuesday, 9 to 11 a.m.; and
surgical clinic, Wednesday. 10 to 11 a.m.
Shapiro To Relate Story
Of Rabbi Meyer Berlin
In commemoration of Tisha
B'Av, Harold Shapiro, narrator on
the program "Builders of Israel." |
a weekly feature of Morris
Nasatir's Yiddish Classical Hour,)
will present the story of Rabbi
Meyer Berlin.
Nasatir's program is now heard
twice weekly, Sunday from 12 _
noon to 1:30 p.m. and Tuesday
from 6 to 7 p.m.
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Card Party Series
The Miami Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
launch a series of dessert lunch-
eons and card parties on Tuesday,
July 25, at 12:30 p.m. at the site
of the new home, Douglas Gar-
dens, N.E. 2nd Ave. at 53rd St.
Chairman of the series is Mrs.
Isador Cohen. Mrs. Gert Covner
is co-chairman. Hostesses at the
first fete will be the Mesdames
J. Krohn, M. Hershey, Joel Zalis,
Ben S. Hertz.
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The second of a series of month-
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be held at the Coral Gables
i Jewish Center on Wednesday,
July 26, at 1 p.m. by the center
sisterhood.
Arrangements are being made
by Mrs. Sam D. Goodman, chair-
man, and Mrs. William Pallot,
co-chairman, assisted by the
Mesdames Herbert Braum, Davis
Fisher, Rose Gelperin, Joseph
Platt, Daniel Rifkin, Theodore
Wayne, and Beatrice Weinberg.
Plans have been made for super-
vised care of the children.
Reservations may be made by
calling 48-4081 or 48-5507_______
16,803 for the same period last
year.
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indicating the upswing in con-
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PAGE FOUR
Jew/sl* fkridltor
FRIDAY. JULY
21.
EDITORIAL
From Genera To Jerusalem
_ After months of fruitless deliberations, the
United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission
l shifted to Jerusalem, probably on the theory
thai proximity to the site of trouble may be helpful,
that was the sole motive behind the transfer,
there appears little reason to believe the com-
mission will accomplish in Jerusalem what it
could r.ot attain in Geneva.
Having failed to secure Arab agreement for
direct negotiations with Israel, the commission
might nave suggested self-liquidation. That it
:.s:ead to move to Jerusalem may well
" icting ts watchdog against
ssible aggression the Nee: East.
ittitudc -vard the Korean cor.:.
licence 'he Arab states displayed in
; ision :: the U.N. Secui ty
the democratic ne-
ver developm.
rid in the even: of trouble
history may repeat
rhe "; wld with the Mufti as its
: : ime until Nazi defeat
and :: ran well ce counted or
in :ne even: of another
anly :::er.ds :ne democracies had -
'' Mid -.'.ere :ne Jews whe gave
sw lood and :e-: =
As the Korean conflict throws its shadows over
a sadder but net wiser world it would re well -:
the democracies to contrast Arab dilly-dallying
lecision with Israels :::rnre = =: snd Straight
Iness. : might well harker !c Foreign
.1 $ $J$ JJf "**'"'*"<
UNAMERICAN
A highly urgent Florida State ADL Conf
will be held next month in Jacksonville
Numerous requests received from manv
munities and a number of challenging prok?
facing our people in Florida today have promD
the calling of this conference.
Purpose of the conference will be determiriQ
of policy with respect to several pressing ra0fo
requiring decision and formulation of appr0prio
program of action. Matters requiring policy
cision at this conference include action
respect to increasing effort" by the Ku Klux Q
to reactivate itself in Florida. Continuing
finding observation and study of Klan act.,
and propaganda, largely stemming out of no3
and central Florida, reflect serious overt aj
Semitism. Klan leaders in cur state are likewj
exhibiting important tie ups with notorious leadeJ
and organizations in the national hate movement!

CM
-'- Israel s
SI retl iisclosure
logical struggle between
smmunist social orders Israel
nas chosen democracy.
Israel is a bastion cf democracy in the Near
East, the only such bastion, and it behooves the
:ree nations of the world to keep that bastion
strong.
Honor Weizmann
:
'"' mn :
:, : :-
'' b< :' ;:,-.
Another "Conciliation" Failure
The conference will also begin preparations fa
legislation to be presented to the 1951 session!
of the legislature along with other policy-rr.akjsj
discussions.
Florida Jewry still has a great role to play J
educating all forces in the need for a progranl
of factual and actual democracy.
7
S
:
V
I
By DAVID NUSSBAUM
lc E SUCUCESS At a ,im* when the United Nations can
.- SrSLS VnSZTSf c2ndiIions pievaillngin anv
-o-tleeda^ ? P?1** Conciliation Commission has jus.
, prult'ano,her cyc,e of '
The failure is not assumed. Th
- : round of mumbo-jumbo
'- em PU at ...:onJ- ^
at Anieres. Ij":'' ""<-'* more piously
RT exp, rei>ts regrets that agree- one. F or the United Nations' part
, building mem Could no! be reached." once Inow- as well as for Israel's, the
more prepared a report for the game of charades that seems to
The commission, after another
its indubitably comic side, even
though the issue was a serious
one. For the United Nations' part
UN Conciliation Commission Releases I
Correspondence Leading To Temporary I
Abandonment Of Peace Attempts
jV ^SSr!, Vexing thall S=^TiF* STiSSZX
' rW OR7 Uni eader ai *M not?m* to Wrt and conuimrioii in preference to a
esentath '. gj 'nd "* more packed up for a return ^arless and realistic job of peace-
S ?es Canad; S3 0Jerusaiem Th* commission's hunting in the Middle East has
"amSrt Prc0gress continues to consist of to be an unaffordable
Sn n. : bl,ank P^'ods marked lu^ry. The Un.ted Nations can-
ORT leade-- Vrt, lf rL ""& and deP-tures in ; not any more than Hitler could.
-diedrecentlv th"! Jerusal?m' successfully wage war on two
---------- ------------gu -ecenm._______All this has. in the past, had
GENEVA. (JTA)-The United
.Nations Conciliation Commission decided on its own that t>.
lor Palestine this week released! of conciliation would not (.T
an exchange of correspondence
between itself and the Arab states
and between itself and Israel
which led up to its decision to
abandon for the time being at-.
furthered by communicating tht 1
Arab terms to the Jews. It ad-
the Arab states and Isreal, clan-
tying certain aspects of ijs p.*
posa] for a new procedure ano)
setting forth in broad terms tht
principles which should govern
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
fCop-vnght' ^8. Jewish Tekgrapnic Agency. Ir.c.)
MILITARY NOTES
pments in K
- the :
em.
. :': mles away from
fe Jewish state the fear exists
only the
: "' its k:nd .
Suspicion exists that Moscow, in
o pin down American
fronts. The Korean crisis has
taken all its energies and phvsical
resources. Just to come out'al.ve
from Korea, a prospect that still
remains an open question in itself
the world organization must have I
fn ,tSt a slackeni"g of tension ^
.n other tense areas.
That kind of assistance to "Sec-
retary Generalissimo" Trvgve
sider themselves still -r ... i'mv' crucial point in" the
m mmmm
to be seen M'ddle EaSt rema'!ggj" taking special pains to
COMUCSAL TRENDS: ^f^^jSg^t^ """"*
tempts to bring about direct
negotiations between the parties
concerned in the Palestine issue.
ti__ .. ~~. y, iiiu^Ka wnicn snould gnveni
Port to UN. Secretary?General resZion eqU,hbrium '
Trvgve Lie. On March 29. 1950 I t" u
commission made specific I subsequent replies the Arabs
- again indicated that their attitude
not chanooH *,l*n*in'dU
the
gV SS S wit, S^TSSSS.- in [^ behind^the'uS ZVs
proposals for the establishment of 11
a new procedure combining direct I k changed. Transjcrdatt
negotiations between Israel and' Vo^T^u' exPlair,ed on June 26.
the Arab states in mixed mm- i- that 'ts refusal to begin
direct negotiations was dictated
, ru- its solidarity with the other
Arab states as well as bv "waul
The Arabs replied, stating that SirteVfdfnCe, f, *oodwilfon the
their representatives wou d si in Z Si2K '" ^ "^ 1*2*
on rmxed committee sessions if! Ihh / .w Jordan representative
Israel agreed in advance to L ^ '- evidence of iuch
plement that part of the General f0od',n were forthcoming "*e
Assembly resolution of Decernr^ r i con's l^'"1?' ^ WiH,ng ,0 re"
SiaSiJ^SiSat"ttl I tbheearlAnr8ab'ns,rs^ ^ ^!
the Arab states in mixed <
mittees with mediation bv mem-
bers of the three-nation
mission.
. ----- iu,nCMJUU:ii ana
agreed in advance to negotiate a
peace settlement directly with anv
Arab state that wished to.
At this point, the
commission
On the basis of these replies the
commission decided to call off
the meetings here and wait a
while before making a new at-
tempt at settling the Palestine
war.
iout anv cmmm. n/te-nal organizations, chambers in,he inkling over the Palestine
reacri Israel without anVconsS lr#aternal organizations, "chambers m ,he rank]
""military opposition 'commerCe and other group affa'r-
Should Hostilities brrak out in "' 0 of ,ht 350 havl the title m
Iran. Israel will first be iL. ri f e*ecutive director" a .He"c'e. s
*'th the problem ,,< .,.,...e__^5*1 recent indication of ,iL ....J,'. A a,med at th
+Jewis* ikiij, ts
with the problem of securTng^od
for its population Acu?e even
Israel's food p: ,blem wtl"
become even more serious in case
"'war in the Middle East
the commission their desire to sit
around a table with the Arab
withS,hind'VlduaI1-v' collectively.! Puhllal2ltM*JIMI_
iake3^1^^3^^^^^-^?^
The Jewiih
! *"e Jewish
standards theh^lt?KrCeJ f ,rouble
fessionallv !u! hadl>;-burdened sh
i-Semitism
tion to can
Population
ife^nalS K w,dr^burdened *"
mitism tk d organization.
aims at en- pJJ?elnco,n'lnued failure of the
the performance of its
asrSh.01 ,he s,tuation s^wsAfc-!!
Jh:S toaell line could hardlv agggBS^rrfg S
CommissioTitsSlf The0"0 t,0n ^^^lr^^!!rld'_*_'" A.^i.ti.--
however^e >;^n,-^ K^^n^ jj.
' dna ammuni- r,,.^.,,------ ""o aims at i
ry food for the civilian f,,n ? e among its members the 1Z. '" me perfo
: It .s for this reason JeSV.TlbV^e'^ t-herefore tak'on ,
tnatiUw Israel government is now S lfo and values and the 5e fhtened significance, it* dillv
concentrating on building up re. aPPh1ca.t'on of Jewish ideals f d^U>'mS with Israel', insist!^
serves of foodstuffs In th^ hat real peace talks be neid or
. 'ty relations {k!. whn'* effort be Jettisoned-
*,also been ,n exist- : S'n fieLher words. the Com-
Israe
535. since ,hie'
tinui
no less important than wo*k th*rphTmiinit? relations ,
le Arah .o..^^i.. u,Ki tnere has al k^._ .-----... I '"at.
boycott Israel and 0^1^^^^^
have persistently impressed Up0'S
"hTother'n S,hled from Arcing
tne other parties to the dispute
DroarahCehPt,ng ,his ">edi.tionPap!'
cSnr fe04o- S4S
^begms.S'rsar^utK:
gon^and now more so than ever
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JAY. JULY 21. 1950
+Jenlst> nvrMUan
PAGE FIVE
.irietta Rosenthal
;omes Mrs. Golden
..owing their wedding on
["l8 at the President Madison
T.l Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
y,-n honeymooned in Cuba,
bride, the former Miss
Panel Discussions Slated
To Commence Sunday
Norman R. Lyons, Miami at-
torney ana news commentator, ]
will serve as moderator for the
first of a series of round table
discussion to be heard Sunday,
July 23, on Jacob Schachter's
Jewish Hour over station WTTT
from 10 to 11 a.m.
Panel members will be Rabbi
. Morris Skop of the Coral Gables
1 Jewish Center, Mrs. Emanuel
Karger, regional director of Miz-
I rachi Women's Organization, and
! Max Friedson, president of South-
west Civic League. They will
discuss, in commemoration of
' Tisha B'Av, "What Changes Will
i the State of Israel's Creation
Bung to Jewry's Age-Old Cus-
toms and Religious Ceremonies."
Prisoners Contribute
NEW YORK, (JTA)At great
personal sacrifice, 62 inmates of
Sing Sing Prison at Ossining. N.
Y., have made a contribution to
the 1950, UJA campaign.
3 Awarded Camp
Scholarships
Three students of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center High School
for Jewish Studies were awarded
scholarships to the summer load-
ers' training course at Camp Tel
Yehudah, New Hampshire, by
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Men's Club and Sisterhood.
They art Richard Rose, son of
j Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose.
Ann Brick, daughter of Mr. and
'Mrs. Archie Brick, and Martha
I Joe Becker, daughter of Mr. and
I Mrs. Sid S. Irwin Becker.
The winners were chosen by
j committees of the men's group
| and the sisterhood. Mrs. Milton
1 Sirkin was chairman of the wom-
en's committee. Serving with her
were Mrs. Alfred Stone and Mrs.
! Al Osheroff. Dr. Milton Wishner
! headed the men's group. On his
I committee were Sol Goldman and
Hymen Lake. Acting as ex-officio
I members were Julius Jay Perl-
mutter, men's club president, and
RabDi Irving Lehrman.
Leaving for New Hampshire, where they will attend Ca:r.p
Tel Yehudah. are (1. to r.) Richard Rose. Ann Brick and Martha
Joe Becker, who received scholarships for the summer leaders'
training course awarded by the Miami Beach Jewish Center Men's
Club and Sisterhood.
Mrs. Joseph Golden
arietta Rosenthal, daughter of
and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal,
kg Bonita Drive, Miami Beach,
Ls attended by her sister, Mrs.
ful Schreiber, as matron of
Inor.
Junior bridesmaid was Miss
nelo Schreiber and flower girls
re Michelle Schreiber and
Islie Golden.
_ Mr. Golden, son of the Louis
I tldens, South River, N. J., was
tended by his brother, Daniel.
J The bride attended Miami Beach
| kh School. Mr. Golden is at-
nding law school at the Uni-
irsity of Miami.
lois Ellen Wien
letrothal Told
Planning a December wedding
Miss Lois Ellen Wien, whose
igagement to Dr. Richard
apiro, son of Mr. and Mrs. S.
pire. 223 S.W. 11th St., has
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The bride-elect was graduated
from the Lear School and will
receive her bachelor's degree in
February from the University of
Miami where she is majoring in
mathematics.
Dr. Shapiro was graduated from
Hie Marquette University School
of Medicine. He interned at
Brooklyn Jewish Hospital and
f-crved as resident at King's
County Hospital and Brooklyn
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'is a medical officer in the air
forces during the war.
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heard over radio station WTTT,
Saturday, July 22, at 10 a.m.,
Paul Lukas discovers that his
small voice is strong enough to
change the undemocratic hiring
policies of a large bakery.

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Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHING i ON \\ hile Jewish guise of a humanitarian organiza-
ay still be tion. alleging that it is interested
starving ..-. Egyptian ; ...- ns the only in helping Palestinian Arab
E^:' refugees Rep. Christian A Hi
en- R-Mamm., who was HELP'S
;';- first vio hairman. angrily with-
when he learned the
honored nature oi organization. He
...-. I enter.ained last J

...... : HELP, as
' -
respondent Dorol
.- s express. ,-itri
' -.::..:..
testimor
HE.L.P
..
' :"o among
-.. Oti : sign
K
M Mark
Stam L'.S. Am-
' '
lor to Egypt
sental
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tion. She is
G
ner, special assistant to George C.
McGhee. U.S. Assistant Secretary
of State for Near Eastern Affairs.
At the award ceremony Miss
Thompson delivered a speech on
the Arab refugee problem. She
said it was "really horrible" for
her to think that "for every
single Jew" settled in Israel
"there is an Arab who has lost
a home." She said also that Pales-
tine Arabs did not participate in
the war against the Jews. The
speech was recorded by the State
of Amei ica," '
presun for rebroadcast to I
the .'. Id.
Kaplan To Speak
Seymour Kaplan, Miami attor-
ney and former member of the
j American Military Commission in
Korea, will address the members
of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
at their weekly luncheon meeting
on Friday. July 21, at 12:15 p.m.
at the Miamian Restaurant.
Kaplan will speak on "The
Significance of the Korean Con-
flict."
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'
An in attendan. e at
ny were Yusef
Joi Ian, Fouad
Pharony. E| nsul-Gener-
New Y >i k, and Geo: M
execul v e director ol
A :. r.
testified
Pal M senate
ng Israel's al-
Zionisl nt-
El
publicity. El
henchman of the
\
spent inn
I War II in Berlin ..
.-h radio
Arab world. Haj
the Gei
know how to get rid of the Jews"
and pledged his followers to Nazi
ideals, "Arabs, arise as one man,"
he exhorted, "kill the Jews
wherever you find them."'
Tropical
Fete Vet Pmi
The Veterans' Sen*
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B'rith and Women's cM
tertained patients 0f th".
at the Veterans' Admmj
Hospital Thursday ewJ
20. en*
Co-chairmen Mrs. irv, .
son and Kenneth KmJ
ranged a full evening
of variety vaudeville ann j
acts featuring a unit of il
Daily News Youth R?l
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s Center To
[Open House
he use featuring enter-
. dancing, and an art
fill be sponsored by the
hlos Jewish Center and
,,,.,! n Sunday evening.
at the center, it has
bnounced by Herbert
iind Mrs. Morris B.
presidents of the two
R. Jacobson. local non-
artist, will exhibit 15
Rest works for the first
I the Coral Gables area.
. n show at the Delano
February of this year
more than 1.000 persons
Pived nation-wide pub-
[tist studied at the Chica-
Lmy of Fine Arts and at
I,, sity of Illinois and
Iveral years in the West
Jtudying primitive "color
Is" ;ind design.
Tpen house will climax
weeks of membership
Lrties directed by Mrs.
1. Pallot and Theodore
iGeneral chairman of the
,, be Judge Sam Silver,
by Co-Chairman Theo-
|. ." Mrs. Bernard Yess-
, ii charge of invita-
fi Mrs. Lee Elman and
ris B. Horwltz will ar-
, freshments. Publicity
in is Mrs. Maurice
Ernes is head of the com-
planning entertainment
Biaun is membership
II irseh To Read
"Golden Boy"
Sam Hirsch, professor of drama
at the University of Miami, will
read Clifford Odets' "Golden
Boy" at the Saxony Hotel on
Tuesday, July 25, at 8:40 p.m.
under the auspices of Freedom
House.
Tickets are on sale at Pansy's
Flower Shop at 193 22nd St., at
Doubleday Book Shop at 934 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach and at
Pansy Flaum's McAllister Hotel
Flower Shop. Miami. Reservations
may be made by calling 5-9783.
Hebrew School Women
To Sponsor Dance
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
will sponsor a dance and water
show at the Sands Hotel 16th St.
and Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
on Tuesday, July 25, at 8 p.m.,
according to Mrs. Joseph Schwad-
ron, president.
Music for dancing will be pron
1 vided by Ray Abrams and his
orchestra and a mammoth aquac-
ade has been planned.
B'nai B'rith Council
Urges Consideration
Of Genocide Convention
Immediate favorable considera-
tion of the Genocide Convention
by the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee and the United States
Senate has been urged in a
resolution passed here by the
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami, it Is announced by execu-
tive director, C. R. Jacobson.
The resolution passed un-
animously by the B'nai B'rith
group, representing more than
2500 members in Greater Miami,
was forwarded to Senator Tom i
Connally, chairman of the Senate |
Foreign Relations Committee. Aj
copy of the resoultion was also'
forwarded to Sen. Calude Pepper.
The B'nai B'rith resolution em-
phasized the need for the United
States ratification of the Genocide
Convention in view of the recent
international developments and
the hostilities in Korea.
Camp Concludes
First Session
Camp Coral, recently estab-
[ lished summer.day; camp operat-
! ing in Coral Gables, is now
; completing the first five weeks of
its summer program.
Registration figures released
this week indicate that the second I
session enrollment will equal the
sixty boys and girls from 6 to
12 years who participated in the
first session.
The camp program includes
athletics, music, dancing, citizen-
ship, dramatics, arts and crafts,
swimming and swimming in-
struction.
Camp director. Dr. Donald D.
Michelson, announced that a few
more registrations will be taken
an* urged that all parents in-
terested in sending their children
make reservations immediately.
The camp is located at the Hillel
House, 3306 Ponce De Leon Blvd..
Coral Gables.
Center Sponsors
Ring Performance
Tickets are still available for
the Miami Jewish Community
Center benefit of "Yes, My Darl-
ing Daughter," a University of
Miami Ring Theater presentation,
on Thursday evening. July 27.
Reservations may be obtained
by calling the center office at
3-5489.
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417 Wathington Are.
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Between Fourth and Filth Sts.
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i hapter To
lloat Ride
iter of Mizrachi
will sponsor a moonlight
iard the Show Boat on
July 30. at 8 p.m. The
. ave trom Pier 7, City
I n, according to Mrs.
i president.
c $1.50 and proceeds
[narked for the children's
in Israel. Reservations
.nade by calling Mrs. Joel
iairman, at 3-6107; Mrs.
fez, 82-0334; Mrs. Pearl
82-6158: or Mrs. Pertes,
Shore Units
| Movie Nite
\ e night, card party and
I i members and friends
North Shore Lodge and
i's Chapter, B'nai B'rith,
held on Monday. July 24,
[m., at the Sorrento Hotel.
Beach.
arc! Hoffman, chapter
I. and Lodge President
I Tobin have announced
.. ly comedies and bounc-
bll community singing films
shown and popcorn will
ed to guests.
chairmen of the affair
. Herbert Cohen. Melvin
nil Alexander Nathan.
facilities have been made
to the B'nai B'rith
. tion bv Jerry Sussman.
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Traurig Named Head Of
District BB Young Men
Walter Traurig has been elected
president of the B'nai B'rith
Young Men's Organizations in
District No. 5, it has been an-
nounced by B'nai B'rith Council
Director C. R. Jacobson.
Traurig is president of the local
FDR Chapter and a former presi-
dent of AZA Chapter 322. As
president of District No. 5. he
will direct the stfrvice programs
and citizenship activities of young
men's chapters in six southeastern
states.
He is affiliated with the Acker-
man Insurance Agency of Miami.
Capt. Levenson
Attends School
Captain Emanuel Levenson. U.
S. Army Reserve, completed
Third Army Reserve Judge Ad-
vocate School held at Fort
Benning, Ga., from July 2 to 15.
The school, which trains Re-
serve Judge Advocates, selected
officers of other branches who
are lawyers as part of the Tihrd
Armp program for national pre-
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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zimmerman, former Miamians now living
in Atlanta, are visiting their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Markowitz, at the Willark.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand recently returned from a trip to
the West Coast. Included in their itinerary were California,
Oregon, Washington, Victoria, Vancouver and Banff. While in
San Francisco, Dr. Rand attended the national convention of
the American Medical Association. He also participated in
pre-convention meetings of the American Heart Association and
the American Diabetes Association.
* *
New arrivals at the Loon Lake Hotel and Cottages, Franklin
County, N. Y., are Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer.
* *
Lillian E. Friedman of Miami Beach was a member of a |
group of over 300 ccllege students who recently flew to Israel
to attend summer school there.
* *
Vacationing at Loon Lake Hotel and Cottages, Franklin
County, N. Y., are Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and their
family.
* *
Following a trip to California, Mr. and Mrs. John Roseman
are at the South Seas Hotel, Miami Beach. On August 15 they
will leave fcr New York and Canada, where they will visit
cma c-r>age. After a six-week their rhilHrpn
-:::: bile trip through the south M j, M
and west I Mr. and **#
home at Visitors from Atlanta enjoyina a summer stay at the New
ral Yorker Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Gordon. Longtime
vacationers in Miami Beach, they were entertained at dinner
1 this week by Mr. and Mrs. Simon Schachter of Bay Shore Drive.
* *
Visiting relatives and friends in New York are Mr. and Mrs
Morton Stitsky. They will return here on July 24.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Binder were recent quests at the
Greenbrier Hotel, White Sulphur Springs. West Virginia. While
there, Mr. Binder participated in a Travelers Insurance Company
conference. Before returning to Miami, the Binders will visit in
New York and Chicago.
* *
Mr and Mrs Ben Zion Ginsburg, 2489 Flamingo Place.
returnedTo ^ ^T.chiIdren' Barbara and Edwin, have jus
ChTraao ^mt,amonths vacin in the city of their birth.
rMgm2^ra r Jnp- '^ey stopped aI Silver sp^g*
and Mammoth Caves and v-eekend^ m the Brown Hotel in
Louisville and the Atlanta-Biltmore in Atlanta
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Miss Maxine Lee Bender left Saturday to spend a two-week
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Ruth Kapp Becomes
Mrs. Alfred S. Kaye
Following a honeymoon at
Butlin's Grand Bahama. Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Sidney Kaye are
living at 6181 S.W. 10th Terr.
The couple exchanged vows at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
recently before Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. A reception at the
Shelborne Hotel followed the
ceremony.
The bride, the former Ruth
Kapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Kapp, 717 Espanola Way,
Miami Beach, was given in
marriage by her father. For her
wedding she chose a gown of
white satin fashioned with fitted
bodice with seed pearl trim and York, where he was calledby the'deoth'of his father'
full skirt ending in a court train. Z _" 11Jfl imner-
A seed pearl headti:-s secured
her fingertip ver. of illusion and
she carried two white orchids on
a fan and wore an orchid corsage.
Miss Rhea Hass. maid of honor,
was gowned in a pale blue net
and carried a carnation corsage
on her fan. Robert Kave was best
man for his brother. They are the
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Svlvan
Kaye, 5527 N.W. Miami Court.
Calvin Kapp seated guests.
The bride's mother was attired
in a rose crepe gown; the bride-
groom's mother chose blue crepe.
Both wore orchid corsages.
The bride was educated in
schools in Brooklyn and Miami
Beach and is a member of B'nai
B'rith.
Personally Speaking
o.u fr,S*2*1^ Abe Chiel and daughter. Taralee, of 1961 S.W.
8th Si., left for the North by motor for a five weeks' vacation.
i^Iv i SP!,nd Jj6 J" Atlantic Crty and ,he mountains in
new York and will visit relatives and friends in the North.
* *
Leaving Friday for a six-week vacation in Ferndale, N. Y.
are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Puchkoff, 1550 S.W. 16th Ave Thev
will return here in time for the High Holidays.
* *
Miss Anyuta Melicov is now vacationing in New York.
* -* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Drexler. formerly of Miami Beach, who
have recently been making their home in Phoneix. Arizona,
have returned to Miami and are residing at 430 S W 6th Ave
* *
William Arnold of Lake Worth recently returned from New
Serving as a counselor at Camp Four Winds. Mass.. is Miss
Joy Dickson of West Palm Beach, who will enter Florida State
University in the fall.
* *
Former West Palm Beach resident. Lillian Rosenwald,
recently visited her sister. Mrs. Pearl Held, in that city while
en route to Havana.
* *
Sam and Shabse Kurland will return to their home in
Baltimore Sunday after two weeks in Miami Beach, where thev
were rnipetc rtt tVia R; Din u_4_i *
Rabbi Freedman, Family i Mooneys To Honor Tenor
Vacation In Miami Beach; At Reception Friday
Vacationing at the New Yorker | Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mooney,
Hotel are Rabbi and Mrs. David
Freedman and their two children
Michael and So'nia, of Irvington,
N. J. Rabbi Freedman is chaplain
of the Irvington Police and Fire
Department, as well as spiritual
| head of Congregation A.A.B.C,
| whose Hebrew name stands for
Beloved Brothers who Visit Each
Other When Sick.
The rabbi has been with the
congregation since shortly after
it was first established 18 years
ago in a small store. He has built
it into one of Irvington's out-
standing synagogues, added a
children's school, and is himself a
leader in the community there.
While in Miami Beach, he is
visiting his brother. Rabbi S. J.
Freedman of 926 Michigan Ave.,
well-known here for his religious
bookstore on Washington Ave.
3127 Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach,
will be hosts at a reception in
honor of Giulio Gari, noted tenor
of the New York City Opera
Company, on Friday, July 21.
Mr. Gari has just returned from
a concert tour in Guatemala and
is visiting with brother-in-law,
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Klein, 1110 Euclid Ave. He
studied at the Verdi Conservatory
of Music in Milan, Italy, and made
his debut with the Royal Opera
Companv of Rome.
While vacationing in Miami
Beach, he is preparing and study-
ing his role as leading tenor in
Pucinni's "Turandot," which will
open the season at the New York
City Opera Company on Septem-
ber 21. He will also sing in the
group's productions of "Faust"
and "Aida."
were guests at the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
M
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner, 2835 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach.
City, where they will spend the
left last week
summer.
for Atlantic
Rita Platt Married To A. Melvin Morris
In Coral Gables Jewish Center Rites
In a double ring ceremony at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
on Saturday evening. July 1. Miss
Rita Plait became the bride of A.
Melvin Morris. Rabbi Morris A.
Skop read the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Platt. 4519
S.W. 16th St. The bridegroom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hy
1 Morris. 2645 S.W. 34th Court.
For her wedding the bride
Ichose nylon marquisette trimmed
fin satin. She wore a fingertip
[illusion veil, and carried a white
bibie topped with a white orchid
and cascade of stephanotis.
Miss Rosalyn Morris served as
maid of honor in pink marquisette,
while the bridesmaids, Miss
Phyllis Honig and Miss Joan
Morris, wore peach and green
taffeta gowns. Miss Libby Rose
Platt, juniwr bridesmaid, wore a
gown of pink marquisette
Tishioned like the bride's. All at-
tendants carried colonial bou-
quets.
Best man was Albert Glieber-
man. Ushering were Haivey
May We
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Brandt and Kalvin Platt. Jeffrey
Mark Platt was ring bearer.
A reception in the center patio
followed the service. The bride's
mother greeted guests in a blue
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N.E. 19th Si. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
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(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: Murray Grauer
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T'Fereih israei Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
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North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Israelite Center (Conservatire)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Friday lllfht service! at 6: Saturday
x at t. Dally services at 8
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Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay hoad, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
cantor.
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Congregation Kneseth Israel
'Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H
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(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Con-
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nets at I -' t to follow.
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Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox:, 301-311 Washington Ave.,
followed by Mlnuha at l:4S. Bhalm
Seudos and Maarty. Daily serv
Ices 7:J0 a.m. followed bv clan In
Mlshna. Mlnoha service; at 8:45 fi.
lowed on Buhdayts, TnMdayi :,,,.".
Thursdays by elans in I.aw.v aiiil
touts, and on Mondays and \\-,,i. .,*
days bj class in Jewish Lecends '
lb.. Talmud.
Temple Betn Snoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach!
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at ^
Rabbi [Leon Kronish will offlclati
deliver the sermon.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev,
Maurice Mamches.
Beach.
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thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami cheloff.
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1", followed b> Shalos Slid is. S
Monday
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Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
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Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph W. Malek: Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Pa t
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N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Saturday morning at I
vening the rnbbl
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Sel-vieec will !" Ilfld In
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Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
i. i-ni.,. at 6:45
, .: .,- ii | ia||) sen Ices
in. and 7 u.n
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
l-'ii.l. Js45.
_ Bt > 311 n in Miii. ha
is followed by Maarlv. Dally
; : i ,i in and 6 15 p m Hebrew
school from a a in to noon.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or- I GENERAL ALL-AROUND MAN
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
FYldny evening services al 6:45.
Saturday morning al 8 30, The rabbi
on Ptii tlon . p.m Rabbi Rackovsky will j
-:. ik on Eth of the Fathers,"
Friday evening services at .
. Saturday morning at j"
Saturday evening services at 6:30 n.ni'
Dally services at 7:80a.m. and Mim ha
ami Maarlv at 6M5 p.m. class.-. .,
Hebrew School I" a.m. to norm m... _
days through Thursdays Special Tlsh.i
\: .\\ services Saturday at 7:80 p.m.
Famous Hebrew and Talmudical
Scholar
Prominent Cantor, Baal Kore and
Teacher. Served Savannah Community
tor a number of years; seeks position
in or around Miami and vicinity
Highest References. Write or wire:
REV. HIRSH GEFFEN
510 Barnard Street. Savannah, Git.
Telephone 21846
J amara Chapter
To Meet July 25
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luled
I Tui J n p.m.
Miami ]
irdinfi to
Mrs, A. I. u Mechlowitz, presi-
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Norihside Jewish Center,
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
S. Snill
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L-eil f Re' I'hlllp Kried
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Courtesy Winner Gives
Award To Mount Sinai
.: ;_ Person Sought
award c nlesl The Miami Section
of th.-
etothi .Lull]', National Council of Jewish
that1?'1 "' tne Women is attempting to locate
: work beini lorn th Bessie Goldin, whose last known
. ir is Emanuel Schein,! address in 1941 was Miami Beach.
made in be- I
Yandel),
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.r, vner of a Beach hotel, who won The search is being mad
. bond in the contest half of Julius Pearl (
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thi Cl imber
il 135 Holmleign Road, London N
i li. England.
Anyone with information as to
is asked
3-6554.
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FRIDAY. JULY 21. 1950
Education Bnreau
Reveals Changes
In School Set-Up
Steps taken this year by the
Bureau of Jewish Education to
bring the Jewish schools of
Greater Miami to a well organ-
ized and smoothly functioning
system were recently announced
by Louis Schwartzman, executive
director of the bureau.
"The curricula of both the Sun-
day and Hebrew schools have
been realistically reviewed during*
the course of the year and a
number of modifications have
been made," he said. "With the
aid of the educational directors
of our community a new 'Area
of Subject Matter for a Five Year
Curriculum' in the Hebrew
schools will go into effect at the
beginning of the coming school
year. The five year course of
Study will qualify the student for
entrance into the Hebrew High
School where he will be able to
continue his Jewish studies on a
higher educational plane."
Community report and cumula-
tive record cards have also been
-surd by the bureau to help
bring about a well coordinated
school system, he disclosed.
A Jewish school calendar for
the academic year 1950-51 listing
the outstanding holidays and
events of the year has been com-
pleted, and copies are available
at the bureau's office, 318 Con-
ess Building. The calendar
shows a total of 178 school days
the coming academic year
with registration for the Jewish
schools set for the week of
September 3.
All new residents of Greater
Miami are urged to call the
bureau at 3-5858 or 9-0489 for
information regarding a Jewish
school for their children.
*Je*isliffcrctirin
Obituaries
PAGE ELEVEN
ROBERT WEINSTEIN
9. or i64n Coral cat.. Road, passed i
** Editor The Jewish Floridian,
Letters To The Editor
away last Thurg.iaV." ,,c w. ware.
house manager for Carls Markets ami ,
Yn'k city! year" "K" fr'"" N,w M>ami, Fla.
He. leaves his wife. Charlotte; two | Dear Editor:
lauchterx. Data Kuth ami I nibble Due; ,,
mis tattler, Abraham Wainataln, of >nu know me well enouch to
fig tttf&lgttJSi know whatever criSS or
of Miami "' :"'" M'S ""Ve "*.
Mr WelnstiMii was a mimbtr of
American LeBii, i-,wt 8.1 and of Hnai
t run.
Services were held at th Gordon
Hiimial. Home with Interment in
ootiiawit Cemetery.
praise I indulge in is for the
interest of the Jewish community,
and so I hope you will find space
for this brief criticism of the edi-
torial in the July 7 issue of The
Jewish Floridian. entitled "A
Word To Cantors."
I am happy that the cantors
have organized, as the rabbis
MRS. SARA TUPPER
'of i"'"'1 Sheridan Ave.. Miami i
Beach, passed awaj on Monday. Mrs nvC and as the synagogues have
Tupper came to Florida from Brooklyn lately begun to work a! -,
'"' Synagogue Council; all these arc
husband, Herman i:.. two daughters I,
tor the finer adjustments of Jew-
Mrs Rhea Stern, Miami Beach! and ;"' ""-" "">' aujusimems oi Jew-
three'siate^sf'an'JI^v^cusrv*^ K .^^egational welfare and
Servlcea were held Wednesday at ?? y "'cooperation.
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami The objectional phrase in the
Ith Interment In Mi. Nebo editorial is: "But values must be
' 'emetery,
MRS. BERTHA MARSHALL
93, passed away lasl week al the
s,.........'' l""'"1 of her .-..ii In-law and
dauRhter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I'nirur
' Mayton, C.a Mrs. Marshall wai
native of New ......nnn ami resided
for the pas) 20 years in Miami II, r
local residence was 1132 X.R. Mlb SI
Survivors Include, in addition to
-Mi--. Arthur L'ngnr, wife of the well
Known Miami an.....iol,i|,. dealer I.....
other daughters; five grandchildren
Including Mrs. I^nnard A In i and
Mrs. Jerome Hofmayer of Miami: ana
greal -grand, hlldi en r'unerai
ser\ lc
Miss.
were
held in tin
judged on a comparative basis
The teacher, the educator, and
the rabbi is still in the forefront
of our fabric."
When this sentence is applied
to the Reform Congregations of
the country, it expresses the at-
titude of most reform con: i
lions, for we have no cantors, as
a rule, but instead have organ
and choir to beautify the services
Hut when applied to the Orthod >x
and Conservative congregations of
our land, it is not true, for they
unthinkable without a cantor.
That some of them are not re-
ligiously worthy is beside the
mark. The fact is that the cantor
is an important functionary of
these services. And I am happy
to say that the cantors in our
community are the finest type of
men, religiously as well as
musically.
In the early days I have often
said that we are spending more
money on organ and choir than
we spend on teachers, but that is
not true anv more today in any,
or at most, in very few con-
gregations.
Wlrit I want to emphasize, deal I
editor, is the fact that the cantor. |
in Orthodox and Conservative!
congregations, occupies an im-
portant place in the services, and
when he works together with the
rabbi, the spiritual head of the.
congregation, as he does in our
community, he deserves the re-
spect and the remuneration which I
the congregations allow him
May I repeat that I am pro-1
roundly happy that in our Greatei I
Jewish community, we havi
Kabbinical Society, which has I
functioned for 14 years; wo have
a Cantors Organization which has
functioned for several years, and
we now have a Synagogue Coun-
cil, which I hope and pray may
function for a dignified Jewish
community, and together with the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, the Jewish Home for the
Aged, the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, the Jewish Teachers' As-
sociation, and the Jewish Social
Agency, we are showing a finer
Jewish spirit than most other
cities in the country.
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JACOB FEILSCHUSS
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Mondin. An mploj of Hoi
1 if' I la, Mr. h'cil8i'llUHS nime hei
flvi years alto from Newark where (he
re ma Inn have been net for hi
and interment bj Riverside Memorial
Chapel, Miami Beach.
I cantor as well as a rabbi. In the
; Orthodox and Conservative con-
gregations the services would be
LEGAL NOTICE
ii.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRt'L'IT COl'RT OP THE
KI.KVKNTH Jl 1.1. 1 Al. I'lRCUT
"I Ki-ORIOA, IN \M> Fin: n\|.|- ,
COl-NTV, -. |\ CHANCERY. So.
In the Matter of:
^OPTION I'.V HERUERT
MAYI.AVD, of ROBERT II
Kl 1ST! IFF
TO: ,H >H.\ I'.Ml. Ki .STi IFF
llilll.KVVll.l.i;, NEW YORK
You me herehj notified thai a
i" tltlon id- ndopl Ion has been filed
f'"' the adoi.....:i ,,i the minor child,
Kl HlhRT II KOSTOPK, in lhe above
styled Court, by the Petitioner In
the above cauae,
Such |ii tltlon is filed against von
ua Hi.- natural parent m" this minor
child and you are hereb) reciulred
:" > rv a copj of y( in- ansu i i ...
objectlona i" ii.- granting of said
I" til '!! i r lid op I ......n Hi. pel i.>n,.i 's
nttornej and file the m Iglnal i hen ol
11 the offlci [hi Clei if the ('.....i
on or befot'i the ISth daj of AumiMt,
A.11. ii'.'.u.. otherwise said pi I
of adoption hi rclofore filed hei. n
will he taken ,ix confessed l>\ vou
DONE ANH ORDEREU tlili
day of July, A.I>,
E, It. [,EATHER.\i \\.
| 'Ii' k of the i 'ircnli Com i.
Dnde County, Ploriila.
i"in ill i' iri Si Ii
B; C. R. WILSON,
. ,, I l>utj Clerk.
OSCAIi RAI'I'APORT,
Utorin ; nner
: 21 -ss s i-n
Picnic To Close
Camp Session
An all-day picnic at Crandon
Park Friday. July 21. will end
the first four-week session of the
Miami Jewish Community Center
day camp.
The camp, which opened June
26, has featured a full program
including swimming. fishing,
athletics, arts and crafts, music,
dramatics and folklore.
Second four-week session will
begin Monday. July 24. and reg-
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center. Open Monday through
Friday from I) a.m. to 4 p.m.. the
camp serves hot and cold lunches
as well as afternoon milk.
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PAGE TWELVE
+Jeist FkrMiar
FRIDAY. JULY 21
.
L Hainis Exchange
Vows III New York
Hotel She ry Netherland in
Mew Yoi k was thi seem I
2 we I ling I M Si
;' nberg Li m Haim. The

' The bride is l
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Mrs. Melvin Benner, president
of Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women, recenty returned from
Roanoke. Va.. where she atterded
fhe district conventior. Before
returning to Miami Beach, she
joined her husband for an ex-
tended vacation in New York.
L
Duhaime Speaks
E: nest Du U.S
tt :: Ml
Beach Civi I.
icg at the Aven taur-
nt. His
N Bl n
I H a
IWV rommander
Lauds Truman's
Action In Korea
Max Capp. commander of the
Norn Bruce Brown Posl
-.-. War Veterans, this

rid ei
Truman's prompt
- n : Soul
K
ent to i
I
[es thai '
and
I infill tion it
forci
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breach a pi -
I since I lion ol
tl '.'.' ; W : II.
unten-
unli ashed by
in Southern Korea
: ucture of the
I N an 1 giv t to free-
: .-..:._ ;.. ipi<." he continued.
Thi Pn -: lent's action proffers
I hope of the restoration
of pea Southern Korea on
thi- basis of justice and the right
small people to determine its
own political destiny."
Accepts AJC Award
NEW YORK, (JTA)Premier
David Ben Gurion of Israel an-
nounced his acceptance f the
Stephen S. Wise Award for his
contributions to the establishment
and development of the Jewish
state, in a letter to Rabbi Irving
Miller, president of the American
Jewish Congress. The award is
made annually by the AJC to
lour persons who have achieved
outstanding rds in furthering
civil liberties in the U. S., the
interests ol Jewish communities
h ilarship net
. nl ol Isi .' the
spheres :n which the late Dr.
rested.
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LGAL NOTICE
^GAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRiTIT COl'RT OK THE
1,1 VEX M JI'DICIAL CIIM'I'IT
OE FLORIDA, IN AXI) Knit I'.W'i;
ifXTY. IN CHANCERY, Xo
RiiSE LIPSON, Plaintiff, vs. .i.vk
IJPSON, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T" JACK UPSON
Llfs-i hitz,
T:: K..-i 4th Streel
- iklyn Sew York
1'ou, JACK UPSON
noinieil that ,
- leen filed
. recjuil pd to
I'll ad ax ( All
Mill of i aim ih<- ;!. 17/21-2J
riie.v. HEN ESSEN. ESy -.",!
- I M I, | ... and
llle tin Anxwer ..: Pli .
fl tif the I'leik 1' i ull Cou I on or bef..... the 18 day
"( August, i.'.'. I if yn i fall to do -...
ent bj di fault will be takei
foi the relief demanded
in Hi- Uil Cumulalnl
shall be published onot
eai li ... m>, .. t-
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ONE ami ORDERED n Miami,
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e a Weatherman, i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COl'NTY JL'DOE'S COL'RT
IN AND EOR DADE COUNTY,
EDORIDA IN PROBATE, No.
-1II
In Re ESTATE I IP
LENA COOK,
I ,.,', .is-.I.
To All i'.....Itor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereb)
ill and required to present an)
claims and demands which you, < elthei "f you, may have against the
estate of Lena Cook, deceased, Iftti
..f l M.i,. County, Florida, the Hon
VV. r. Blanton, County Judge ..f Dade
County, and file the same In his office
Iri the Count) Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within eighl calenuai
mi.nibs from the date of the first
liubllcation hereol Said claims or de-
mands tp contain the legal address
ol the claimant and t.. be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
'Will be barred, s.-,- Section 120 <>f the
l33 Probate Act.
Date July l. A.D, 1950
ALBERT '"(iK,
. '"-, hereb> As Executor of the l..si Will and
umwtalnt f..: restament of Lena Cook lie.
eased
MYERS, HEI.MAN & KAPLAN
rneys for Exei utor
8 1-11
in
K.
SIMON SEIDEN

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BEN ESSEX I:s .
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Dei 'l '' -
si
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
Te On.y Comm.,n:y. Wde Kashruth Association, Participating
Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warns the public.
Hi..- iGMVH fi "IP J .,..,.
I'aad;
the ring of the GMVH fi "ID J
' hlckens with the ring ol the OMVH
n irket:
cannot ,
i......r Zi
: meals served-
.
' t they an kosher.
For other information aDCut Kashruth
E. Rackovsky, 8:8 Michigan
HARRY SIRKIN. Pres.
M BEAR, v.ce Pres.
call our Director, Rabtji Joseph
Avenue, Telephone 5-3595.
H. SOOTIN, Sec.
' S. LOBEL. Treas.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
LN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Till'
i:i:yi:.\Tii judicial, circuit
OF FLORIDA, IN AND tOR DAOE
;:;;,NTV in chancery, no,
BERNICE WEISS, Plaintiff, va LEO
WEISS, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ro LEO WEISS
102 Winter Avenue
staten Island, New York
You, LEO WEISS, are herebj noti-
ced hat ,. Bill of Complaint f.
Divorce has been filed against
and yi u are required i
"i your Answei ... p.,,.
H II ..f Complaint on th
Attorney, ROBERT M DEEHI
-M.'.'.l Buildll g, Miami 32, I
the original Answer or Plead-
rflce of the Clerk nf the
V'."1.' '''"" on or be...... the imi,
'" ", A :-:'-'. I.0. If you fail i-. do
Ijsmeni by d. fault will be taki n
'-".',"'' .}',?? [''' "'- relief demi nded
Mil ..f Complaint
'' iblished once
ea In Mi. Jewish I
Fl ','-i'u ,KiND, "RDERED at Miami,
i. this ISth iIr.n of July, a u
B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clei
you.
\ a copy-
ing to the
id i miff's
ill i ourt, Dade Pountv, F
' Ii ill Courl Seal)
By \v.\i \\
ROBERT M DEEHL
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1AJtXA*ToPE "MPAVIDO, are
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apiattSeF^S
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I l-adinu- In the office of th,- Cle
of the Ircui, Court on or before i
daj of Auguat, 1850. If you fill
so, judgment by default
ii against you for th.
manded In the Bill of
i ins notice shall be
P>o^dlf^?8D5RED
BEN ESSEN,
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"i iginal Answer or
"f th.. r]
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It WILSON-,
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At Membership Party
Eight new membe s ,,r i
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'at a membership party at tJ
h' mi' 'if Murray Arn ild m Sun
day night.
Mew members includ Shirul
N'ewnam, Sid Rudow. Ben GoS
man, Mickey Wax. Fa; Fleder" I
Murray Arnold, Selma Rubin i3|
Dena Mazo.
They wire formally "!" xlucedI
tn the general membei >l p at the
meeting on Thursday, July 20. at I
8:30 p.m. at the Miami Jewish I
Community Center.
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UDAY. -JULY 21. 1950
*Jeist> fhridian
PAGE THIRTEEN
here Does the Money Come From?
By CARL WEINKLE
Chairman, Budget Committee,
\ Jewish Centers Association of
Greater Miami
In previous articles you have
een told how this organization
irted, what are its purposes,
id whom we serve. Of course,
le of the very important ques-
comes from people who have
their children in nursery school
or home camp, from teen agers,
from adults and Golden Agers,
who pay their share of the pro-
gram either through membership
or through fees that are charged
for these programs. The differ-
ence between the $65,000, which
is raised through fees and mem-
Ions that people are often asking | bership dues, and the balance of
program come to these activities
on a scholarship.
One of the reasons for the de-
velopment of the Jewish Centers
Association is that the community
is trying to equalize leisure time
services.'Therefore, a number of
programs are being started in the
new areas of Greater Miami
where the program is needed.
Since those in the area who
| participate in the program will
j be asked to share in its financing,
I deficit financing will be initiated
; in the new agencies.
I am sure the question that is
in your mind is, "Why should not
those who enjoy the service, pay
for it completely?" Well, if that
were done, very few people in
this community could enjoy the
privilege of this service, for mem-
, bership rates would have to be as
| high as $50 to $100 per year per
I member and your Y's would then
: become "an exclusive country
lub," and thousands of our chil-
dren, teen agers and golden agers.
who now enjoy the privileges of
the Y program, would be denied
this privilege.
The second part of that answer
is that the total community gains :
thrnueh those w*w oarti^inate in !
the program in that we become a
iicnti uwiuiuuiiUji uue iu tiie iaci
that we are developing better
children, better adults, better teen
agers, better people all along the
line, through their participation
News Brief
New owners of the Embers,
Miami Beach restaurant, are Sam
Sterling, Josh Cohen and Sy R.
Robins. Robins, who operates a
hydroponic farm, will be in
charge of vegetables. Cohen will
be responsible for meats, and
Sterling will be in charge of
preparation and serving of foodA
paragraphs I have indicated to
you where the money comes from
and why it is important that the
whole community support our
leisure time agencies. In the next
article, we will deal with how do
we serve the community, or what
is the program.
Teen-Age chorines rehearse for variety show.
"Where does the money come the $100,000 comes from the
oni for this program?" People Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
not ask this in terms of 9on- Tnis is,what we ta'l deficit
[. u .u i_ ., financing, where an agency raises
|iticism, but rather because they as mucneas it possiblyf.an (hr*
ant to know, and I think they fees and dues, and looks to the
vc a right to know how a serv- central community financing
which the communitv provides a8ency 'or the balance of its
paid for. I think "it is un- f: Irtunate that not enough people
these questions' about the
rnr.v which our government ex-
fcnds for the services which it
icrs, and I hope that we will
Intinue to ask these questions
lout services which our com-
jnity prov.des.
)o you Know that close to
30.900 is now being spent
lually for what we call "leisure
le" activities? That is a lot of
[iney. That means that we are
big business. A number of
aple are employed to provide
service. Their salaries have
met. A great deal of money
^pent for program equipment,
community owns a number
juildings. and more are being
ilt. These buildings cost money
le^ftbrt Pe'haPS ern Tle I Center camper, splash in the surf.
pji tarn, the community will be |
> ing for operating these build- I is ever denied participation in the in these very worth while activi-
'SnT Trlnl yeAru l Cme' a^d Prgram because of his income, j ties. What a "poor" community
on I speak of the community, A, ... ,. n v .. ... ... J
[mean you. You, Mr. Average!At both the Beach Y and the:thls would be lf the hundreds of
Itizen, will be paying for this. I Town Y- 20 percent of the chil-
ffll. where does the $300,0001 dren who participate ir the
Ime from? Approximately $210,- nursery school and home camp

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people who now enjoy the Y
program were to be denied this
privilege! Certainly you would
not say that only those who have
children in school should be the
ones to pay school taxes. This is
something which the total com-
munity shares, for the total com-
munity gains from the values that
"going to school" gives to people.
You see, therefore, that in be-
coming a member of one of the
centers, and by your contribution
to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, you are helping to
build a better community through
its local services. You see, too.
that those who participate in these
services make the greatest con-
tribution towards paying for
them, and this is unquestionably
right, and that the total com-
munity has to share in building
a better community. I know you
will agree with me that this too
is right.
I hope in these few brief
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PAGE FOURTEEN
+Jewist Fhricfian
FRIDAY, JULY 21. 1950
Pollack .loins
Itoallv Hoard
12 Join Beach Masada
Twelve new members joined
Masada Miami Beach Young
Zionist District Saturday night.
Latest addition to the Miami ju]v 15, at a membership party
Beach Board of Realtors as an; held at the home of Bernard
active member is Samuel Pollack. 1 PJotkin. Miami Beach. Member-
ise office is at 605 Lincoln j ship Chairman Ruth Schwartz
R->ad. announced. Current membership.
Coming here from South Falls- 0f the organization is approxi-
burg, N. Y., Pollack has been a matelv 160.
-;dent of this area since 1943. This party was one of the series j
F Hack, who lives with his wife held regularly to acquaint pros- \
end three children at 9509 Bay pective members with the pur-;
E. ive, specializes in hotels, apart- poses and ideals of Masada.
its and commercial properties. I General meetings are held on |
Newly elected associate mem- alternate Thursday evenings at
of the Beach board in- the Miami Beach Jewish Com- I
elude: Seymour Zucker with S. I munity Center. 17th and James |
A-hkenazv: Henry J. Halam with ^ve. The next general meeting .
D nald O. Daube: Israel Starr win be Thursdav. Julv 27.
with Bernard S. Feiner;, Chris
Gehring with-Clarence C. Hall.
ijllip Schlissel with A. Ash-
. y; George M McMillan with
C. H." W. Read, and Fannye B
C ss with B. L. Slater.
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDEH OF PUBLICATION
IN' Till: i "IRCl'IT ''' IURT >K THK
ltTII ,H"I -K-IA I. CIKCIIT IX AM'
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IN i 'HANi 'KRY, No. IS4198.
J' iHX II .- rKVBXS, I'lalntlfl
U'll.HKI.MINA STEVENS,
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Beach Luncheon
Meetings Continue
Throughout Summer
llergoii-Belsen
lamp Is riosod
BELSEN*. Germany, (JTA)
The Bergen-Belsen camp here
was closed this week and turned
over to the British Army.
During the Nazi regime some
30.000 Jews were murdered at
the infamous concentration camp.
After the war. the British used the
camp for displaced Jews. Later,
the International Refugee Or-
ganization took over its adminis-
tration. It was estimated that
some 100.000 Jews were processed
at the Belsen camp prior to
emigration between 1945 and the
present.
Balkin Participates In
Workshop At Lakeland
Gilbert J. Balkin. director
Florida regional office. Anti-
rvfomation L*aroe of B'nni
B'rith, is in Lakeland this week
participating in the teachers
workshoD in human relations at
Florida Southern College.
This workshop is one of the
series organized by the Florida
regional ADL office at various
Florida colleges and universities
this summer to demonstrate to
teachers and students in educa-
tion audio-visual aids, materials,
and concepts for teaching good
human relations in the class-
room.
Similar teachers workshops
| have already been held at t
University of Tampa, Bethun/
Cookman College. Daytona Beach
and the University of Miami. '
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IX THK I'UHTIT Clil'ItT I IK Till:
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and you are required to
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the Hill ..i Complaint on the
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eiu h u eek foi lour eonsecul i
m The Jewish Hlorldian.
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1 this lth day of Julv, A 1'
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FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1950
LEGAL NOTICE
+Je*isti fhrktian
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, N,.'
184199.
DANIEL. B. DALY, Plaintiff, vb.
VIKCINIA M. DALY, Defendant
TOi VIRGINIA M. DAl.Y
en l..(tkm
) K. 186th Street
Bronx 67, New York
YOU AUK REQUIRED In mi m- a
copy of your answer to the Hill of
complaint on ihe Plaintiff's &ttorntoyH,
and file the original answer In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 21st day of
August. 19J0, in the above entitled
cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you.
DATED this ISth day of Julv, 1950
K. II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Conn.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By K. II. HICK, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GENET & GENET
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7/21-28 x/4-ll
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 134044.
JULIA PATRICIA ELLIS, Plaintiff,
vs. ARTHUR ELLIS, Defendant.
TO: ARTHUR ELLIS
C ii Hindis
Terry Avenue
Kayville. Ing Island
You are hereby notified that a
l'-ill of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney, and file the
original Answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 11 day of August. 1950;
therwise the allegations of said Bill
will be taken as confessed against
LEGAL NOTICE
*
PAGE FIFTEEN
IN Tlm-T'??, Y PUBLICATION.
Fl,^-v '. V!' '"'"""T OF THE
,:l:\fc-N"1 Judicial CIRCUIT
oi ^'vil"A.IN AND TOR DADE
PjOJJNTY, IX CHANCERY, No.
BV5A#?R58S?FF' Plaintiff, vs.
I-OI is MASHIOFF, Defendant
........81 IT TOR DIVORCE
M>: Lol is MASHIOFF
2824 \v,st 29th Street
Brooklyn, New York
You, LOUIS MASHIOFF, are herebv
notify that a dim ?f Complain! for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to Berve a copj
i'liii*'"'.1' ,->nM\''v '"' Pleading to the
Bill ..r < omplalnt on the nlalntlff.
Attorneys Wasman, Weinkle &
Sassier, 846 Seybold Bldg., Mian,,,
I ta ..and file the original Answer or
b'.'",Ng In the offi,,. of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
I.ith day of August. 1950. if you*fall
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the. Rill f Complain)
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridlan.
m .1 A.ND "><1>ERED at Miami.
lq''n I4,h dl,-V "' JU,V- AU-
E. B. LEATHERMAN. clerk,
., ll',u,t '"<" Dade County, Florida.
(( Ircuit Court Seal)
By c. It. WILSON.
7/2J-28 8/4-11 DepU,y CUirk-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
*.,.,, NAME LAW
th ^CKi ,s J"'il(i:,!Y GIVEN that
Jho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business.under the fictitious name of
(.iii-den Court at 733 Michigan Avenue,
re,',!,"" ftCh\ l",<'n'' register said
name with the Clerk of the ,',
Couil of Dade County, Florida
JACOB sneider
7/7-14-21.28JENS1E -NK,"K
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
...... NAME LAW
NoiK I- is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busmess uder the fictitious nlrne of
Auditorium Gift simp at number 1663
Washington Avenue in the City of
Miami Beach, Florida, intends to
register'the said name with the clerk
Florida. "' i"ld" 0ount*r.
7/7-1.4-21-28MAL'"1CE ';"l-"lil';l"J
you.
Dated this 11
E.
Clerk
(Circuit Uourt
(lav of Julv. 19.10.
B. LEATHERMAN.
of the Circuit Court.
Seal)
R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk,
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7 14-21-28 S'4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MAYOR'S and also MAYOR
JEWELRY, at 16 N. E. 1st Avenue.
Miami, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL GETZUG
ELSIE OETZUG
IRVING A. GETZUG
....... Applicants
MYERS, HBIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sunshine Sweets Sugar at 53 N. E
24lh Street, Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the tircslt Court of Dade County,
Florida.
GREEN BROS., INC.
, A Florida Corporation
MYERS, HBIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
Seybold Building
7/14-21-28 8/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name nf
Gene! Enterprises at P. O. Box 4967,
Miami 29) Morlda, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
EUGENE c 1IEIMAN
ELMER OLIPHANT
7/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned is engaged in business
under the fictitious name of fixirida
LEVERAGE SERVICE, at 520 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Dade Countv,
Florida, and Intends to register tlie
said fictitious name In the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade
("ounty. Florida.
BELLE GREENBERG
UHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attorneys
607 Olympia Building
Miami, Florida
T 21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE UNORR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREIN GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CINDERELLA CHILDREN'S SHOP
"t 83 N.B. 1st Street, Miami, intends
to register said mime with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JACK HORNER, INC.
BLACK, PEARLMAN A cooper
Attorneys for Applicant
7/21-28 8'4-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned intend to register the
following Nam, with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Fla.
MYRON YVARSHAW,
MYRON WARSHAW & CO.,
I21< N. Miami Ave.,
Miami, Fla.
MYRON WARSHAW and
DAVID WARSHAW,
equal partners.
(Myron Warshaw, Inc., a
corporation, has
Warshaw & Co.)
MANFRED J. BERLINER, Attv.
.'Ill Lincoln Road.
Miami Reach, Fla.
7/14-21-28 8/4
Fla.
succeeded Myron
NOTICE TO APPEAR
lNTLEVE^T^USSFM*OF THE
MdTHtorUDdeL oSSSt?
So^^- CHANCE^ CaS
freda y. fisher, Complainant vs
73 Grandview Avenue,
Huntingtnn, Long; Island N Y
TO BERTRAM R- COLEMAN, '
Attorney for Porter G. Fisher,
Shoreland Arcade,
Miami, Florida:
niJiSUi,.*'? hereny notified that the
plaintiff herein. FREDA V. FISHER
iwi.n..tnl8 du,e flled motion for
final Judgment fo,- arrears in support
fendan, 1tC"anCe and to ^mpcl de-
fendant to convey certain property
A. hearing on said motion will be
SL. .. oclotk A.M., or as soon
[hereafter as counsel.may be heard
before the Hon. Stanley Milledge in
rLFk'ambfr.r at, the Q^e County
Courthouse. Miami. Florida, at which
time and place you are required to
appear personally or through counsel,
lnilv 80v,r" Urselve accord-
Dated: June 30th. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,_, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. G. MOORE.
MORTON ROTHENBERGePU,y C'e'k-
Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
.7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JA.ME.N .,. Ill & |'P STORES at 1204-
1206 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami, Florida,
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACQUES ROHER, JR.
,,........ EDWARD MEI1LER
HERBERT II. HUTNER
Attorney for Jacques Roller, Jr.
and Edward Mehl.-r
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.I NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring t.. engage m
Vru'i'.T.8 .v'i.'.1'"' ""' fi'""'>''s came of
JUMBO INN :it 5866 S. W. 8th Street.
intend to register said name with the
in rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDWARD Josephs and
RAE JOSEPHS
THEODORE j. SAKOW1TZ
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building,
Miami, Florida
6/30 7/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN \N'I>
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA..
IN CHANCERY, No. 132909
MARTIN PLOTNICK, Plaintiff, vs.
FREDA PLOTNICK. Defendi nt
TO: FREDA PLOTNICK
1467 ST. MARKS AVENUE
BRoi IKLYN, NEW Y( >RK
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
That a suit for divorce has Keen
brought agalnsl you by MARTIN
PLOTNICK, and you are required to
serve a COP) Of >*OUr written i|ct..],. .,
if any, on the Plaintiff's Atto
and file the original in the offici of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
I before the 7 day of August, i960, in,
: default of which the Bill ol Complaint
will be taken as confessed agalnv
Dated this .". day of Julv, 1950,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk. .
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th6 undersigned, desiring to engage in
rv'w,v.",l<,!'..t.h" ""' n*i..e of
M NsHINE CURB MARKET at 300
Southwest 8th Avenue, Miami, Florida
ifciello? I" lJ*l.!!5*r sa''1 name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
BENJAMIN WEGBREIT
. s"1*' Owner
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Of
Neonite Sign Company at 261 N. W
29th Street. Miami, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EMIL FLUTIE
ALBERT FLUTIE
MORTON ROTHENBERG
Attorney for Einil Flutie
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
READY-ROAST at 216 JJJi Street.
-Miami Beach, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
JACK BEKKE
LOU EBENSTEIN
JOSEPH PARDO
Attorney for Applicants
:! I Seybold lluilding
7/21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Unique Tailors at 9.123 Harding Ave..
Surf side, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
I1YMAN GARELICK
!xt J!R7,CE BY PUBLICATION
\-,Tf-',,?,.t.'"V'l',T COURT OF THE
fH''';\K-VI11 JUDICIAL C1RCCT
OggOTY. IN CHANdERV, No,
in re: adoption of
Robert teofilo du.menigo.
a minor
TO: TEOFILO FERMIN DU.MENIGO
No. 2, St. Rafael,
Camaguey, Cuba
TS. ar,e...1!ereb>' notified that
AARON DIXON and JUDITH DIXON
his wire, have filed a petition for the
iTMENIGO00 f ROHERT TEOFILO
You are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer to the petition
on the petitioners- solicitor and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
{ Jprlda, on or before 3 day of August,
I9a0: and if you fall to do so a decree
pro confesso may be entered against
you in such suit.
Dated July 3. 19.10.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
. Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
T. R. NELSON DCPU,>' ^'^
Solicitor for Petitioners
412 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Florida
7/7-14-21-28
.x. Ji?,T,CE BV PUBLICATION
i-i ,-V-:i-i,'M,(.'riT '"""""'I' <>F THE
RP'YSS. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Lm ;).>'; KOR DADE COUNTY,
l'3,376,0i."JA- 'N O^CTO N6l
MAGGIE ODAM, as Administratrix of
the Estate of AtWell odam, also
known u Alward odam, Atwpqd
/,,/""' Uharles Odam and Charles
i".".'",^ deceased, Plaintiff, vs.
MAMIE ODAM, Defendant.
You, Mamie odam, 619 West 143
Street, New York, New York, are
required to serve a copy of your
answer to tin- lim 0f Complaint for
Declaratory Decree on plaintiff's at-
!'-""Vy\,Hi""',l(,1, ^'apiro, 927 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florid;., and We
the original in the office of the Clerk
of this Court on or before Julv 31,
,.an'.""'''."'sc Deer.- Pr,, Confesso
will be entered against you,
This Notice will be published unee
a week foi- four consecutive weeks in
tin- Jewish Floridlan,
Dated June 27, 1950
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C.
notice is hereby given, pur-
suant to the Fictitious Nam.- Statute,
that the undersigned, desiring to <
gage in business under the fictitious
name of
HALS DELICACY SHOP
(not incorporated I
'"' Normandy Drive, Miami Beach.
Florida. intend to register
fictitious name In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court .f I
County. Florida.
HAROLD GI.IST
BEN K A MINSK V
Owners
IRVING CYPEN
42(> Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Florida,
Attorney for Applicants,
7/21-2X.K/4-11
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
827 Lincoln R.,Hd
Miami Beach, Florida.
6/30 7/7-14-21
R, WILSON,
Deputy Cb-rk.
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
Fl/jRIDA
To ALL To WHOM THESE
PRESENTS SHALL COMIC GREET-
INGS;
This is ti, certify that, whereas,
Frederick S Qrossberg. Miami, Fla.
Julian R. Benjamin, Miami. Fla.
Arnold A. Ross. Miami, Ha.
did on the 3rd day of June, AD. 1950.
cause to'iie Incorporated under the
provisions of Chapter 10066, Laws of
Mi." '" A<"t"of 1925, ELGIN VACUUM
stores, INC., a corporation, with
its principal place or business at
Ma,,,] Dade Coonty, In the State of
Florida, and whereas tin stockholders
or such corporation did on the 16th
'ay of July, ad i860, Cause to be
filed in the otin. of the Secietarv
of State of the State of Florida, a
( oiisent of all the stockholders under
the provisions of said Chapter 10096,
Laws of Florida. Acts of 192.1, Showing
tno dissolution of such corporation.
ih "eoretary of state is satisfied
in.it the requirements of law have
oeen complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set mv hand" and
have affixed the Great Seal of
the State, of Florida, at Talla-
hassee, the Capital, this the 1.1th
' ,9S0-
R. A. GRAY.
'/21/SO Secretary of State.
7/14-21-28 8/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I ho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JAUK'S GROCERY AND MARKET at
192 N.W. 14th St., Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
jaciques rohf:r, JR.
HERBERT H. HUTNER
Attorney for Jacques Roher, Jr.
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF' 1941
File A-15841
notice is hereby given that
Jessie L. Backer, holder of Countv
Tax Sale Certificates numbered 1461
and 3632, issued the 24th dav of May,
A. D. 1948, has filed same in my
office, and has made application for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. Said
certificates embrace the following
described property, in the County of
Dade. S'tate of Florida, to wit:
Lots 17^ IS & 19, Block 1, Pinedale.
A Sub., Plat Book 22, Page 32. in the
County of Dade, State 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.
lt 12. Block 54, Coral Gables
Riviera Sec. Bart 8, Plat Hook 28.
Page 44, in the County of Dade, State
of Florida, as embraced In iVi til irate
No. 3632. The assessment of said
property under the said certificate
issued was in the name of FYancis
B Q rills.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the month
of August, A. D. 19.10. which is the
7th day of August. A. D. 1850.
Dated this the 26th day of June.
A. D. 1930.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court, Dade
' County. F'lorida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C. SWRRBTT,
6/30 7/7-14-21 1,*U,y ^^
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT-
IN AND For DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH CHOJNACKI,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, nV
either of you, may have against the
estate of JOSEPH CHo.INACKY. de-
ceased, late of Dade County, F'lorida,
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
I same In his office in the Cqunty
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will lie barred, Bee
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date June 2S, A.D. 1950.
SOFIA CHOJNACKI,
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of JOSEPH
CHOJNACKI, Deceased.
AMos BENJAMIN
Attorney for Sophia Chojnackl
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin. undersigned, desirim- to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Ai- r hotel at 1040 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
'.'I ? Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
ANNA FREED
SOL FREED
EI.RY STONE
Attorney for Anna Freed and
Sol Freed
6/30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24435.
Ill Re: ESTATE OF
Charles B. Fine. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate.
You, and each of you, arc hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Charles E. Fine, deceased,
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. V. Blanton, County Judge
of Hade (Vmnty, and file the same in
his office in the Countv Courthouse
In Dade County, F'lorida. within eight
calendar months from the date of tIn-
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as afoiesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
of the 1933 Probate Act. .
Dte June 27, A.D. 1950.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
As Administrator of-the. Estate, of
Charles E Fine. Deceased.
MILTON A. FTWBDMAN
ilnistrator
xr m.N,OTICE BV PUBLICATION
1N,-,J.H,'-, r""'UIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
KUOHi 'N CHANCBRT' N'O.
CARROLL WILLIAM RUPP, |.|.,i.
tilt. vs. HELEN MADELINE RUPP
Defendant.
TO: HELEN MADELINE RUPP
2.10 East Market.
Harrisonburg, Virginia
Y'ou are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on th,- plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the oi sins
answer in the office f the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
12 day of August, A.D. I960: otherwise,
the Hill of Complaint for Di\..r,c,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated ,t Miami.. Florida, this the
12 day of July. I860.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
clrk of the Cireuil Court,
,r.i I,a,l>' County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. w. STOCKING,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL .'II; 'UIV
OF FLORIDA. IN AND POR DADB3
COUNTY. in CHANCERY. No
1.14177.
Rosalind m. WEISS, plaintiff, vs.
Stanley t. weiss. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< i: Mr. Stanley T. Weiss
2186 Grand Concourse
Bronx, New Yoik
You, STANLEY T. WEISS, i
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been fl I
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill ofCompla4nl on
the plaintiff's Attorneys, Aronovlts
and Aronovlts, ;i- Seii,.,i.i Building,
Miami, Florida, and file the origin il
Answer or Pleading in the offi,-, ,,r
ihe ('lerk of the ('Trcult Com t on
before the Dth day of August, I960.
If you fail to do no, judgment bj
default will be taken against you I >r
the relief demanded in the Bin of
('omplaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 17 daj of July, A.D 1
E. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By W.M. vV". STOCKING,
I leputy ''
ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
714-21 B 4-11
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THB
ELEVENTH .ICDKilAL CIRCUIT
oF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
133X93.
ELIZABETH CURTIS, Plaintiff, VS
WILLIAM Walter curtis De-
fendant
YOU, WILLIAM WALTER CURTIS,
1222 North Broad Street. Hillside.
New Jersey, are herebj notified thit
ii Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you ara
required to serve a cop) of j nit
Answ.r or Pleading to the Bill ,.f
Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney,
MAX R SILVER, 22 Seybold Build.
Ing, Miami. Plorlda, end tile tie
original Answer or pleading in the
office of the Clerk or the Clrou I
Courl on or before the 3rd daj of
August. 1910. |f you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be tak n
against you for the relief demand i
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at M iml,
Florida, i ins 5th daj of July, 19.10,
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Cireuil Court. Dade Countv, Fl.. la.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
Name nd *d1rs
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
Mll.lll.v A. I-lv.ir.nMAN.
1023 Seybold lttiilding,
Miami. Florida.
7/14-21-28 8/4
Deplltv Clerk.
max R SILVER
2! Seybold Building
Miami, Plorlda
I Attorney for Plaintiff
7 7-14-21-28
STOCK IN :.
Deputy ck-rk.
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL circuit
OF FLORIDA IN AND F( >lt DADE
COUNTY. in CHANCERY, No
U4046.
WILLIAM J. DENNETT. Plaintiff, vs.
MARY BENNETT. Defendant
SUIT FOB DIVORCE
TO: MARY BENNETT,
610 West 170th Street.
New York, New York
You, Mary Bennett, are hereby noti-
Jlfd thai a Kin of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve :i copj
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill ot Complain I on the plaintiffs
Attorney, Fred Pine, 619 Olympia
Building, .Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clevk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 11 da\ of August
19.,(i if yu fail to. do so, Judgmoni
by default will be taken agalnsl von
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each w.ek for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Floridlan.
,IX.)i,K AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11 day of July, A.D. 1950
E. B.-LEATHERMAN. Clerk
( ircuit Court, Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM: W. STOt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DA DE-
COUNTY. in CHANCERY, No.
1339H.1.
JOSEPH PEIGENBAUM, Plaintiff, vs.
SARAH PEKJENBACM, Defendant.
SI "IT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SARAH PEIGENBAUM
321 E. 93rd Street
Brooklyn, New York
You arc herebj notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
flled against you, and you ere re-
quired to serve a copy of youi Ansi
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorney, ai.fi.
!' NE8BITT, 120 Lincoln Road, Ml
Beach, Florida, and file the orig
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 7th day of August, 1950. if
you fail t" do so, judgment by default
will be taken agalnsl you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published 0
each week foi four consecutive we.
in The Jewish Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 5th day of Julv, A.D.
1930.
B. B. DEATHERMAWtK'hvk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Honda.
(Circuit Court Seal)
# By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk. '
ALFRED F. NESBITT
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, FTo! ida
Attorney for


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JAY. JULY 21. 1950 +Jenlst> nvrMUan PAGE FIVE .irietta Rosenthal ;omes Mrs. Golden ..owing their wedding on [ %  "l8 at the President Madison T.l Mr. and Mrs. Joseph y,-n honeymooned in Cuba, bride, the former Miss Panel Discussions Slated To Commence Sunday Norman R. Lyons, Miami attorney ana news commentator, ] will serve as moderator for the first of a series of round table discussion to be heard Sunday, July 23, on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour over station WTTT from 10 to 11 a.m. Panel members will be Rabbi Morris Skop of the Coral Gables 1 Jewish Center, Mrs. Emanuel Karger, regional director of MizI rachi Women's Organization, and Max Friedson, president of Southwest Civic League. They will discuss, in commemoration of Tisha B'Av, "What Changes Will i the State of Israel's Creation Bung to Jewry's Age-Old Customs and Religious Ceremonies." Prisoners Contribute NEW YORK, (JTA)—At great personal sacrifice, 62 inmates of Sing Sing Prison at Ossining. N. Y., have made a contribution to the 1950, UJA campaign. 3 Awarded Camp Scholarships Three students of the Miami Beach Jewish Center High School for Jewish Studies were awarded scholarships to the summer loaders' training course at Camp Tel Yehudah, New Hampshire, by the Miami Beach Jewish Center Men's Club and Sisterhood. They art Richard Rose, son of j Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose. Ann Brick, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Archie Brick, and Martha I Joe Becker, daughter of Mr. and I Mrs. Sid S. Irwin Becker. The winners were chosen by j committees of the men's group | and the sisterhood. Mrs. Milton 1 Sirkin was chairman of the women's committee. Serving with her were Mrs. Alfred Stone and Mrs. Al Osheroff. Dr. Milton Wishner headed the men's group. On his I committee were Sol Goldman and Hymen Lake. Acting as ex-officio I members were Julius Jay Perlmutter, men's club president, and RabDi Irving Lehrman. Leaving for New Hampshire, where they will attend Ca:r.p Tel Yehudah. are (1. to r.) Richard Rose. Ann Brick and Martha Joe Becker, who received scholarships for the summer leaders' training course awarded by the Miami Beach Jewish Center Men's Club and Sisterhood. Mrs. Joseph Golden arietta Rosenthal, daughter of and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal, kg Bonita Drive, Miami Beach, Ls attended by her sister, Mrs. ful Schreiber, as matron of Inor. Junior bridesmaid was Miss nelo Schreiber and flower girls re Michelle Schreiber and Islie Golden. Mr. Golden, son of the Louis I tldens, South River, N. J., was tended by his brother, Daniel. J The bride attended Miami Beach | kh School. Mr. Golden is atnding law school at the Uniirsity of Miami. lois Ellen Wien letrothal Told Planning a December wedding Miss Lois Ellen Wien, whose igagement to Dr. Richard apiro, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. pire. 223 S.W. 11th St., has BREAKSTONE'S FAMOUS SOUR CREAM COMES YOU NEW GLASS WITH PLASTIC COASTER A WONDERFUL COLLECT MATCHED StTS \ OF 6-S-0*12 FOR LUXURY DINING NO BOTTLE RETURNS J NO DEPOSITS-EXCLUSIVE BLOSSOM" PATTERN-STURDY HEAVY DUTY 6LASS < 'J Lois Ellen Wien been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien, yi2 DiLido Drive, Miami Beach. The bride-elect was graduated from the Lear School and will receive her bachelor's degree in February from the University of Miami where she is majoring in mathematics. Dr. Shapiro was graduated from Hie Marquette University School of Medicine. He interned at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital and f-crved as resident at King's County Hospital and Brooklyn Cancer Institute. He is a member I f Phi Delta Epsilon and served 'is a medical officer in the air forces during the war. SMOOTHER, TASTIER BECAUSE ITS MADE ONLY FROM PURE PASTEURIZED SWEET CREAM "One Small Voice" To Be Aired Saturday In "One Small Voice." latest episode in the University of Mi"mi Student Association Intergroup Relations Committee "Lest We Forget" series, which will be heard over radio station WTTT, Saturday, July 22, at 10 a.m., Paul Lukas discovers that his small voice is strong enough to change the undemocratic hiring policies of a large bakery. A SHAKER FOR COCKTAILS, MAtTEDS, CHOCOLATE MILK. USE PLASTIC COVER AS A COASTER. A BEAUTIFUL GLASS FOR LONG. COOL SUMMER DRINKS. A HANDY MIXER IN COOKING AND BAKING-TO STORE LEFTOVERS IN YOUR REFRIGERATOR. TRY THE OTHER TASTE TREATS IN THE FAMOUS BREAKSTONE FAMILY COTTAGE CHEESE CREAM CHEESE BARS WHIPPED BUTTER At all Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Office 1713 N.W. 7th Ave., Phone 82-4731



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' •PAGE TEN +Jcnisl> Fhridfrr FRIDAY. JULY 21M950 I Jews In Sports RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY KELL COHEN : • need furthi %  %  %  '.' %  • %  %  E I Temple israei (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th Si. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Rabbi Emeritus, -. \ %  • • K Jewish Commun.ty Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: Murray Grauer I 7 Sal i-ttion ot %  %  T'Fereih israei Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. %  n i North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Israelite Center (Conservatire) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Friday lllfht service! at 6: Saturday %  x at t. Dally services at 8 .i m Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay hoad, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, cantor. M gel i li %  Fi Ida} will >|..;il> ii ••'I'h '. t 31 i • %  %  Congregation Kneseth Israel 'Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H Ever. -. %  I %  : %  • %  • Sill f services at i Mine-hit HI .. • .... ... North Shore Jewish Centei (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive, Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. I" • %  • N I Mi ml Mrs. I. n ill be nets at I -' t to follow. Sittui at S Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox:, 301-311 Washington Ave., followed by Mlnuha at l:4S. Bhalm Seudos and Maarty. Daily serv Ices 7:J0 a.m. followed bv clan In Mlshna. Mlnoha service; at 8:45 f„i. lowed on Buhdayts, TnMdayi : ,,,.". Thursdays by elans in I.aw.v aiiil touts, and on Mondays and \\-, %  ,i. .,„* days bj class in Jewish Lecends %  lb.. Talmud. Temple Betn Snoiom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach! Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at ^ Rabbi [Leon Kronish will offlclati deliver the sermon. Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev, Maurice Mamches. Beach. ... • • at i ipated n ... !.1. 11 %  Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. %  • %  fin* :. • I %  %  %  Stntui %  • • %  %  : %  %  %  Congregation ioung israei (OrMiami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mesthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami cheloff. %  %  idii j • t %  -. ne services I ,; IS •-. % %  Mil • 1", followed b> Shalos Slid is. S Monday I. • n Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Miami Beach. i evenli • • %  i". IS Maarl .. 1 < I ... 'V Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph W. Malek: Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Pa t d • N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Saturday morning at I vening the rnbbl .1, u Sense of Sel-vieec will !" %  Ilfld In I Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. i. i-ni., at 6:45 : .,II | ia ||) sen Ices in. and 7 u.n Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. l-'ii.l. Js45. Bt > 311 n in Miii. ha %  is followed by Maarlv. Dally ; : i ,i in and 6 15 p m Hebrew school from a a in to noon. Congregation beth Tfilah (OrI GENERAL ALL-AROUND MAN thodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. FYldny evening services al 6:45. Saturday morning al 8 30, The rabbi on Ptii tlon r. \\ :.W, St llel dlL-eil f Re' I'hlllp Kried N" VV. Ith .\\.II: Mondays and 6 p.m ...... :. n the early I .: Ja %  K: m that w::: II Courtesy Winner Gives Award To Mount Sinai .: ; Person Sought • award c nlesl The Miami Section of th.etothi .Lull]', National Council of Jewish that 1 ? 1 • "' %  tne Women is attempting to locate : % %  work beini lorn th %  Bessie Goldin, whose last known ir is Emanuel Schein,! address in 1941 was Miami Beach. made in beI Yandel), '""' '•i.in.uiui'i ocnein,: nuurea in IMII was Mian r vner of a Beach hotel, who won The search is being mad bond in the contest half of Julius Pearl ( spons n I thi Cl imber il 135 Holmleign Road, London N i li. England. Anyone with information as to is asked 3-6554. %  package party for Monday, July ioy.sheTop" ; ,' B P-?: ft the synagogue ler : 1 : ocial hall. 935 Euclid Ave., Miami tburst in • %  would• %  E %  %  Dr. I • • k Spin rtabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Beach. The committee in charge of ai rangements for the affair in. eludes tin Mesdames M. Katz, II. Zaidman, 1!. Schneider. A. SuberI UkStig, A Benjamin, L. • r, Ii. Pakula and J. E. Rackovsky. PHONE 5-3444 SO FLORIDA'S LARGEST EXTERMINATING CO. JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT-1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical .-.., Narrator ?yy.u£ 0UR T| MES A WEEK SUNDAY FR 0M 10 AM MON V7EVA3O\V FR0M 1 P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. i j A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE ; %  Boats Machinery Office Safes Household J %  Concrete Pouring Move Anything %  | 31 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area !; 2236 N. W. Miami Court IPhone 9-8959 — 83-6437 fletthe honest {ull<\Mitl Set Clicquot C\ub 15* (Pronooncerf KLEEK-O) p, u 0tp(11 „ ^6t more Of the fineSt Fine flavoraged ginger ale .. /ive.'-'er sparkling water .. and 4 ounces more than many so-called "big" bottles. 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I % %  PAGE FOURTEEN +Jewist Fhricfian FRIDAY, JULY 21. 1950 Pollack .loins Itoallv Hoard 12 Join Beach Masada Twelve new members joined Masada Miami Beach Young Zionist District Saturday night. Latest addition to the Miami j u ] v 15, a t a membership party Beach Board of Realtors as an; held at the home of Bernard active member is Samuel Pollack. 1 PJotkin. Miami Beach. Memberise office is at 605 Lincoln j s hip Chairman Ruth Schwartz R->ad. announced. Current membership. Coming here from South Falls' 0 f the organization is approxiburg, N. Y., Pollack has been a ma telv 160. %  -;dent of this area since 1943. This party was one of the series j F Hack, who lives with his wife held regularly to acquaint pros\ end three children at 9509 Bay pective members with the pur-; E. ive, specializes in hotels, apart, pose s and ideals of Masada. its and commercial properties. I General meetings are held on | Newly elected associate memalternate Thursday evenings at of the Beach board inthe Miami Beach Jewish ComI elude: Seymour Zucker with S. I munity Center. 17th and James | A-hkenazv: Henry J. Halam with ^ve. The next general meeting D nald O. Daube: Israel Starr wi n be Thursdav. Julv 27. with Bernard S. Feiner;, Chris Gehring with-Clarence C. Hall. ijllip Schlissel with A. Ash. y; George M McMillan with C. H." W. Read, and Fannye B C ss with B. L. Slater. LEGAL NOTICE ORDEH OF PUBLICATION IN' Till: i "IRCl'IT ''' IURT >K THK ltTII ,H"I -K-IA I. CIKCIIT IX AM' I--. IR DAI>K L'orXTV, FLORID.* IN i 'HANi 'KRY, No. IS4198. J' iHX II .rKVBXS, I'lalntlfl U'll.HKI.MINA STEVENS, I %  • %  • TU II.IIKLMIN \ STKVKXS tt'i %  •• %  > \ • %  k Wtt Y %  I %  k !v lunchi n meetings oi %  • Miami BeachLod : %  • Beach Luncheon Meetings Continue Throughout Summer llergoii-Belsen lamp Is riosod BELSEN*. Germany, (JTA) — The Bergen-Belsen camp here was closed this week and turned over to the British Army. During the Nazi regime some 30.000 Jews were murdered at the infamous concentration camp. After the war. the British used the camp for displaced Jews. Later, the International Refugee Organization took over its administration. It was estimated that some 100.000 Jews were processed at the Belsen camp prior to emigration between 1945 and the present. Balkin Participates In Workshop At Lakeland Gilbert J. Balkin. director Florida regional office. Antirvfomation L*aroe of B'nni B'rith, is in Lakeland this week participating in the teachers workshoD in human relations at Florida Southern College. This workshop is one of the series organized by the Florida regional ADL office at various Florida colleges and universities this summer to demonstrate to teachers and students in education audio-visual aids, materials, and concepts for teaching good human relations in the classroom. Similar teachers workshops | have already been held at t University of Tampa, Bethun/ Cookman College. Daytona Beach and the University of Miami. NOTICE For the Finest Jewish Baked Goods—Also Potato Knisches and Chales—Baked Every Day Visit the L & V QUALITY BAKE SHOP 210 N. E. 1st Avenue Downtown MiamiNear Miami Post Office For Special Order* Call 3-4331 Thank You — the Management ..:h the ner.il (I ::': > %  '.' K. N n man, I !< nt. :.' in ondi%  %  M Resl %  I. i. : i %  %  i,... i: I! I.K.VTHKRMAX. of the I'll I Si It II Rli I B'nai i TM.IA.V th mi for I 'la I ntll i Sluclv ronr.se l-.'vokes 9 nleresl ; ntei • tested in 1 course in 1 eing < %  %  ncluctcd My P : the Bureau Jew sh E lecation under the the Miami Beach :' mal Womi] ol Hadassah according .: guei te Marks, president. ri NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IX THK I'UHTIT Clil'ItT I IK Till: i:i.i:\i:.\i'ii .II'DICIAI. 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PAGE FOUR • Jew/sl* fkridltor FRIDAY. JULY 21. EDITORIAL From Genera To Jerusalem After months of fruitless deliberations, the United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission l shifted to Jerusalem, probably on the theory thai proximity to the site of trouble may be helpful, that was the sole motive behind the transfer, there appears little reason to believe the commission will accomplish in Jerusalem what it could r.ot attain in Geneva. Having failed to secure Arab agreement for direct negotiations with Israel, the commission might nave suggested self-liquidation. That it :.s:ead to move to Jerusalem may well icting ts watchdog against ssible aggression the Nee: East. ittitudc •-••vard the Korean cor.:. licence 'he Arab states displayed in • ; ision :: the U.N. Secui ty the democratic never developm. • rid in the even: of trouble history may repeat rhe ; wld with the Mufti as its : : ime until Nazi defeat and :: ran well ce counted or in :ne even: of another anly :::er.ds :ne democracies had %  %  Mid -.'.ere :ne Jews whe gave sw • lood and :e-: = As the Korean conflict throws its shadows over a sadder but net wiser world it would re well : the democracies to contrast Arab dilly-dallying lecision with Israels :::rnre = =: snd Straight Iness. :• might well harker !c Foreign .1 $ $J$ JJf "**'"'*"< UNAMERICAN— A highly urgent Florida State ADL Conf will be held next month in Jacksonville Numerous requests received from manv munities and a number of challenging pro k? facing our people in Florida today have promD the calling of this conference. Purpose of the conference will be determiriQ of policy with respect to several pressing ra0 fo requiring decision and formulation of app r0 p rio program of action. Matters requiring policy cision at this conference include action respect to increasing effort" by the Ku Klux Q to reactivate itself in Florida. Continuing finding observation and study of Klan act., and propaganda, largely stemming out of no3 and central Florida, reflect serious overt aj Semitism. Klan leaders in cur state are likewj exhibiting important tie ups with notorious leadeJ and organizations in the national hate movement! %  CM -'Israel s SI retl iisclosure logical struggle between smmunist social orders Israel nas chosen democracy. Israel is a bastion cf democracy in the Near East, the only such bastion, and it behooves the :ree nations of the world to keep that bastion strong. Honor Weizmann %  %  • • : %  %  %  %  mn : :, : :%  %  ''• b< : %  %  • %  • ; %  : ,-. Another "Conciliation" Failure The conference will also begin preparations fa legislation to be presented to the 1951 session! of the legislature along with other policy-rr.akjsj discussions. Florida Jewry still has a great role to play J educating all forces in the need for a progranl of factual and actual democracy. 7 S : V I By DAVID NUSSBAUM l„c E SUC U CESS At a ,im w hen the United Nations can .SrSLS£ VnSZTSf c 2 ndiIions pievailln g i n an v !" %  -o-tleeda^ ? P? 1 ** !" Conciliation Commission has jus. p rult a no,her c y c,e of %  %  The failure is not assumed. Th •' • :• round of mumbo-jumbo %  em PU at ... :on J ^ • at Anieres. Ij : '' ""<-'* more piously RT %  exp re i>ts regrets that agreeone. F or the United Nations' part building %  mem Could no be reached." once I n ow as well as for Israel's, the more prepared a report for the game of charades that seems to The commission, after another its indubitably comic side, even though the issue was a serious one. For the United Nations' part UN Conciliation Commission Releases I Correspondence Leading To Temporary I Abandonment Of Peace Attempts jV ^SSr!, Vexing thall S=^T£iF* STiSSZX •' rW OR7 Uni eader a £i M not ? m to Wrt and conuimrioii in preference to a esentath • • •'. gj nd "* more packed up for a return ^arless and realistic job of peaceS ?es Canad; S3 !" 0 Jerusaiem Th commission's hunting in the Middle East has "amSrt Pr c 0gress continues to consist of !" to be an unaffordable Sn n. %  : bl ank P^'ods marked lu ^ry. The Un.ted Nations canORT leade-Vrt, lf rL£ ""& and de P-tures in ; not any more than Hitler could. • -diedrecentlv £ th"! Jerusal ? m successfully wage war on two gu -ecenm All this has. in the past, had GENEVA. (JTA)-The United .Nations Conciliation Commission decided on its own that t>. lor Palestine this week released! of conciliation would not (.T an exchange of correspondence between itself and the Arab states and between itself and Israel which led up to its decision to abandon for the time being at-. furthered by communicating tht 1 Arab terms to the Jews. It adthe Arab states and Isreal, clantying certain aspects of ijs p.* posa] for a new procedure ano) setting forth in broad terms tht principles which should govern "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR fCop vnght ^8. Jewish Tekgrapnic Agency. Ir.c.) MILITARY NOTES %  • '• %  • • pments in K %  the : em. : : mles away from fe Jewish state the fear exists only the : "'••••• its k:nd Suspicion exists that Moscow, in o pin down American fronts. The Korean crisis has taken all its energies and phvsical resources. Just to come out'al.ve from Korea, a prospect that still remains an open question in itself the world organization must have I fn ,t St a slackeni "g of tension ^ .n other tense areas. That kind of assistance to "Secretary Generalissimo" Trvgve sider themselves still -r „. ... I'MV' crucial point in" the M mmmm to be seen M ddle EaSt rema '!ggj" taking special pains to „ COMUCSAL TRENDS: ^£f^^jSg^t^ """"*• tempts to bring about direct negotiations between the parties concerned in the Palestine issue. TI „ •.. ~~. y, iiiu^Ka wnicn snould gnveni Port to UN. Secretary?General resZion eqU,hbrium Trvgve Lie. On March 29. 1950 I t" u commission made specific I subsequent replies the Arabs %  again indicated that their attitude not chanooH ,l n in 'dU the gV SS S wit, S^TSSSS.in [^ behind^the'uS ZVs proposals for the establishment of 11 a new procedure combining direct I K changed. Transjcrdatt negotiations between Israel and' Vo^T^u' ex P lair, ed on June 26. the Arab states in mixed mmi• that 'ts refusal to begin direct negotiations was dictated ruits solidarity with the other Arab states as well as bv "waul The Arabs replied, stating that Sirt eV f d f nCe f *oodwilfon the their representatives wou d si in Z Si2K '" ^ "^ 1*2* on rmxed committee sessions if! IHH / .w Jordan representative Israel agreed in advance to L ^ 'evidence of iuch plement that part of the General f 0od ,n w ere forthcoming "*e Assembly resolution of Decernr^ r i con's l^'" 1 ?' ^ WiH,ng ,0 re SiaSiJ^SiSat"ttl I t b h e e arl A n r 8 ab' n s,rs^ ^ ^ the Arab states in mixed < mittees with mediation bv members of the three-nation mission. — i u,n CMJUU:ii ana agreed in advance to negotiate a peace settlement directly with anv Arab state that wished to. At this point, the commission On the basis of these replies the commission decided to call off the meetings here and wait a while before making a new attempt at settling the Palestine war. iout anv CMMM. n / te n al organizations, chambers i n „ ,he inkling over the Palestine reacri Israel without anVconsS l r # aternal organizations, "chambers m ,he rank] "•"•military opposition 'commer C e and other group affa r Should Hostilities brrak out in "' 0 of ,ht 350 havl the title M Iran. Israel will first be iL. ri f e *ecutive director" A He c 'e. s *'th the problem ,,< .,„.,... e __^5*1 recent indication of ,iL .... J,'. A a,me d at th +Jewis* ikiij, ts with the problem of securTng^od for its population Acu?e even Israel's food p: ,blem wtl" become even more serious in case "'•war in the Middle East the commission their desire to sit around a table with the Arab with S ,hi nd VlduaI1 v collectively.! Puhl lal 2ltM*JIMI_ iake 3 ^ 1 ^^ 3 ^^^^^-^?^ The Jewiih *"e Jewish standards theh^lt?K rCe J f ,rouble fessionallv !u! ha dl >;-burdened sh i-Semitism tion to can Population ife^nalS K w, d r ^ burdened *" mitism TK d organization. aims at enpJJ? e ln co n lnued failure of the the performance of its asrSh. 01 ,he s,tuation % %  s^wsA fc -!! Jh: S toaell line could hardlv agggBS^rrfg S CommissioTitsSlf The 0 0 t,0n ^^^l r ^^!! r l d '_ *_'•" A.^i.ti.however^e > ; ^n,-^ K^^n^ £. JJ. '•• dna ammunir,,.^., !" ,""o aims at i ry food for the civilian f,,n ? e am ong its members the 1Z. '" me perfo : % % % % %  It .s for this reason JeSV.T lb V^ e '^ t herefore tak 'on tnatiUw Israel government is now S lfo and valu es and the 5 e f htened significance, it* dillv concentrating on building up re. a PP h 1 ca .t'on of Jewish ideals f d ^ U >' m S with Israel', insist!^ serves of foodstuffs I n th^ hat real peace talks be neid or 'ty relations {K!. wh n '* effort be Jettisoned*,also been ,n exist: S' n fi e L her wor ds. the ComIsrae 535. s i nce ,h i e tinui no less important than wo*k th*rphT mi i nit ? relations le Arah .•o..^^i..„ u,Ki tnere has al K^._ ... I '"at. • boycott Israel and 0^1^^^^^ have persistently impressed U p 0 '„ S "hTother'n S hled from Arcing tne other parties to the dispute D roar a h Ce h Pt,ng ,his ">edi.tion P ap!' cS n r fe 0 4 o S4S ^begms.S'rsar^utK: gon^and now more so than ever jMnMi so advertlw d In Its ,-olunins. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year QQ Two Year* g no TOED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. 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EbBwiisltUEIliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IE 23—NUMBER 29 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS of trade and real estate ^tailors' associations have together "overwhelmin their opposition to are the principal con%  s of a detailed study of !. campaigns in 27 states ed jointly by the Ameriuncil on Race Relations |e Anti-Defamation League i B'rith and made public leek, tive support of F.E.P.C. Ben almost entirely limited o a^Jcw "organizations dedicatd | preservation and enlargeif the rights of ethnic and ..inority groups," the report )n the other hand, "in state Btate, from one year to the neBthe organized business and industrial interests have opposed %  F.E.P.C. In every state wh I the issue was important enodgh to bring it out into the open,! it has been possible to ideotty one of these organizations^ the leader of the opLaw Defeated Because Sponsors I To Win Support Of Labor, Vets |W YORK, (JTA)—Fair employment practices laws have defeated in many states because their sponsors have to win the active support of the very groups—organized lior one—that would be immediately and directly beneiv passage of such legislation. At the same time, state al chambers of commerce, .... ,.. standpoint, is more diffuse. We conclude that the political situation and the nature of the campaign are the vital factors," the report says. No Increase In Tension In Middle East. Riley Says LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) — Recent events have not brought any increase in tension that would lead to a new eruption in the Middle East, Major General William E. Riley, United Nations truce chief in Palestine, told a press conference here this week. Gen. Riley, who is now on a visit to U.N. headquarters, declared that he saw no danger at all of increased tension between Israel and the Arab states as a consequence of Arab refusal to join in the Korean war because of the rankling over U.N. handling of the Palestine situation. "Both sides are looking for a way to a peace settlement," he said. "The mixed armistice commissions are operating in a friendly atmosphere and solving many civilian problems." Credentials To 3 Are Tried On Smuggling Charges llrifisli Kino LOS ANGELES. '' ]| their story ^^^Pe groups whom the legisla~vould most benefit. Noting len states have passed fair lyment practices legislation, ludy bears down heavily on J groups in whose interest I.C. would seem to operate. I role of organized labor has (particularly disappointing in 1 of the professed stand which 1 taken," it declares. Veterans lizations "have shown little eness" of F.E.P.C. Proponhave similarly failed sufitly to interest most of the lous denominations, rural and than populations or appreci1 numbers of national organbns. i b u r b a n populations are lingly aligned with rural llation in opposition to '.C. and, in general, the states Jig a greater number of cities [higher percentage of urban llers are more favorably disId to F.E.P.C. The study lates to say, however, that the In-rural division is final and Ilusive. "It may be that if the >onents of F.E.P.C. are prop1 organized, they will be in a tion to overcome the opposiwhich, from a t erritorial larett Explains Ira Hi Stand Korean Issue SRUSALEM, (JTA) — Israel fers to be a second Denmark (not a second Albania, Foreign ^ster Moshe Sharett declared this week explaining the. lid of the Israel government on Korean conflict. %  peaking at a gathering of tents, Mr. Shareli emphasized It the Israel government favors lemocratic, not a Communist, lime. At the same time, he ited out that in the Korean the government identified klf with the United Nations. It I'only incidental" that in this the United Nations stand identified with that of the stern Bloc, he stated. flr. Sharett also said that while rael is most anxious to promote bndly relations with all nations w.„# !" n n former ardless of their internal! Edmund I. Kaufmann. former |ime," it is "impossible to president of the Zionist Organixaore the fact that it is only in jj on 0 f America. died in democratic countries that the WMhington Monday. July 17, at vish communities enjoy free n*th of organization, expression *h. age of 64. The cause of deatft independent activity." was a heart condition. Israel Seen As Future Battlegrpund By Paper VIENNA, (JTA)—The prediction that Israel will become a war front is made by the newspaper Scantea, official organ of the Communist Party of Rumania, which reached here this week from Bucharest. "Evidence that Israel will become a battleground is contained in the fact tnat the Americans are building a very important strategic highway from Istanbul' to Cairo, passing through Israel," the Communist paper writes. It | attacks Zionist leaders in Ru' mania for "preventing Jewish' working people from building a happy life alongside the Rumanian people." Israeli Minister To Budapest Presents Papers To Hungarian Parliament BUDAPEST, (JTA)—Shmuel Elyashev, new Israel Minister to Hungary this week presented his credentials to the Hungarian President at a ceremony in the Parliament building. Yesterday, the Minister called on the Foreign Minister. NEW YORK, (JTA) — Emphasizing that American Zionists j j have never suggested complete t separation of the world Zionist movement from the State of Israel, Dr. Emanuel Neumann, former president of the Zionist Organization of America, this week issued a statement to the press in which he took issue with some of the assertions made at the recent ZOA convention in Chicago by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the American section of the Jewish Agency. The statement says: "1. American Zionists never advocated total separation of the Zionist movement and Jewish Agency from the State of Israel. this new arrangement will not at some time or another gravely embarrass our movement in our country or elsewhere, and will not give rise to deplorable situations which we sought to obviate in September. 1948.' "5. Dr. Goldmann denies that the Israel government intervened the regrettable UJA Israel To Receive U.S. Crude Oil TEL AVIV. (JTA)—An official j announcement this week revealed that arrangements have bi concluded in the United Stales j with American oil companies to j supply Israel with crude oil ncl cessary for the resumption of refining operations at the Haifa ; refineries. The arrangements were conI eluded by David Horowitz, director-general of the Israel Ministry of Finance, ^jho is now visiting the United States, the announcement said. They provide that the American companies arc to supply their quota of crude oil to the Haifa refineries on the same conditions as in an agreement reached recently by Israel with British oil companies. The World Commerce Corporation of New York has agreed to extend $5,000,000 worth of credit to the Israel government, it was announced here. The credit, which will be granted for a period up to five years, will be used for the purchase of foodstuffs, frdder and raw materials. The total may later be raised to $7,500,000. Imports into Israel amounted to about $21,000,000 during April in the regrettaDie UJA con....-r — ,--.-troversy. The group that pre\ of this vear and exports totalled cipitated that controversy claimed $3,000,000, i t was revealed to be acting in the interest of the State of Israel and in close touch with members of its government. One word from the right person in Tel Aviv would have stopped the agitation, but the disavowal week. For the first four months of this year the imports total about $87,000,000 and the exports amounted to less than $20,000,000. The Israel diamond industry has received an allocation of about At the Actions Committee in | section of the Jewish Agency. It August 1948, we successfully advocated a constitutional and formal dissociation between the Jewish Agency and the Government of Israel. Close cooperation and coordination was not only assumed as indispensable, but Eliezer Kaplan was retained as a member of both bodies for this very purpose. "2. Prior to that meeting strong nas not forthcoming despite re-i $500,000 for the purchase of crude peated requests by the American diamonds in July. This will keep the level of employment in the industry at approximately the same point as in recent months. has since been established that the issues were discussed at a meeting of the provisional government where strong views were expressed." German Jew Is Named Prosecutor 50 Israel Pilots Train As Airplane Mechanics GLENDALE, Calif.. (JTA) — {.. x-iiui iu umi iiiccuiia o..o i Fifty Israeli fliers arrived here support for such formal dissocia! thj s we ek for training in airplane tion had come from eminent j mechanics. They will be stationed counsel retained by the United at tne Cal Aero Technical InJewish Appeal. The legal opinion I s titute. The fliers, between the of UJA counsel dated July 8. 1948.1 ages 0 f 18 and 21, are headed by contained the following passage, I i srae l Captain Jariv Haran. The which was underscored for em-1 men are in the United States phasis: 'I believe it to be most w ith the endorsement of the Deimportant that the dissociation of J partment of State and will rethe Agency or its successor from ma in in this coun try about a year. certain of its earlier activities and %  ^~ZZ Israel To Consider UN Appeal For Troops Committee was devised at the recent meeting of the Actions Committee, when the proposal of a 'charter' for the Jewish Agency MUNICH. (JTA)—A German Jew has been named prosecutor of the citv of Brunswick, it was announced in the Lower Saxony legislature this week by Acting Minister of Justice Dr. Werner Hofmeister. During the course of the discussion in the legislature on the subject. Wilhelm Ellinghaus, former Minister of Justice and a deputy, declared that it was very important to the government that anti-Semites should not be named either prosecutors or judges. For Korea At Next Cabinet Session TEL AVIV, (JTA)—United Nations Secretary-General Trygve put' forward by the American L ie s appeal for troops to fight in Korea has not yet been section of the Agency, had to be cons jd erec j by the Israel Cabinet but will probably fiqure at the abandoned. Dr. Goldmann is only! reqular session. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett this weak '^""hfVov^nmS^of^lSirola a'specially convened press conference for the foreign has not rejected the 'charter' idea, i correspondents stationed in this country. It was in fact dropped because of | Mr sharett declared that he h HH the strongly expressed opposition | anticipates that "the most reof Mr. Ben Gurion and other ] evan t consideration which will government leaders. guide the Cabinet's decision is the "4 Dr Goldmann violently atfact that the Arab countries obtacked Dr Silver for allegedly | stinately and persistently refuse saying that the setting up of the i to conclude peace, while bili'.ies of acquiring arms. Turning to the question of the Arab refugees, Mr. Sharett stressed that they must now settlin their present countries of residence and that Israel is prepared ,nating Commi :, troops of two of our neighbors ^^^JSS^&IV^. Zionists to would expose Zionists to suspicion of double loyalty or being agents of a foreign government. What Dr. Silver actually said was: 'I am not at all sure that AJC Purchases Home NEW YORK. (JTA) — The American Jewish Congress has announced the purchase of a ] permanent home for the Congress to be known as the Stephen Wise Congress House. Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Congress, said the house will provide national headquarters for the executive offices of both the American Jewish Congress and the World Jewish Congress. are still located outside their borders." He reiterated that Israel's stand on Korea is based on its adherence to the United Nations. (At Lake Success, an Israel spokesman said that it is not likely that his government could send troops to Korea. Every man capable of bearing arms is needed in Israel, he added.) Commenting on the tri-partite policy on arms to the Near East, the Foreign Minister pointed out that the threat of a second round of warfare is implicit in the prevailing situation, with the Arabs refusing to conclude peace. He added that the Jewish state is engagegd in exploring the possithis settlement from funds available in payment for land abandoned by Arabs in Israel. However, he pointed out that this could be done within the general framework of the peace negotiations. He stressed that '.he Israel government's offer to accept the return of 100,000 Palestine Aral) refugees is no longer valid. He asserted that it had been made at a certain stage and within a specific context of conditions prevailing at that time. 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JULY 21. 1950 •let B'nai B'rith Lodge Will luct Institute Of Judaism t--day institute of Judaism %  sponsored by the District Lodge No. 5 of B'nai B'rith [acres, N. C, August 2 16. nm theme will be "The tesont and Future of the %  People" and will feature lutstanding educators as Irdecai M. Kaplan, Dr. Grayzel and Richard E. +Jewlst)tk>rklk*n PAGE THREE Japlan, founder of the for the Advancement of and professor at the [Theological Seminary of will lecture on "The I of the American Jew," |ect of his recent book, litor of the Jewish PubSociety of America and professor of History at College, Dr. Grayzel w.ill a course of lectures on listory of the Jewish ird E. Gutstadt is execute chairman of the AntiItion League of B'nai ind has achieved national |aa a lecturer and administhe field of Jewish public |s. He has been an official li B'rith since 1917, and J!I33 to 1947 served as 11 director of the Anti|tion League. He will lec"The Importance of B'nai lo a Creative Jewish Surl( res is located in the Blue Mountains, 18 miles from N. C. Facilities at Wildproper are limited to 50 it there are accommodaor 25 others at a nearby Registration cost is $20 and rge is $20. making a total [Requests for reservations sent with accompanying lo Abe Shefferman, cokn of the institute commitj Colorado Building, WashE>. C. |cres is the birthplace of aer institute plan of adult in of B'nai B'rith. The pstarted by the North Association of B'nai odges in 1948. These inFare dedicated to Jewish forth Carolina Association lai B'rith Lodges, at its I at Wildacres. beginning |5, J950, will present Dr. Gordis, Dr. Jacob Marcus, [ward Grusd on the theme, heritage and Jewish Life motion of District Grand licapped Adults To knize Social Club Icial club for young adults |apped with cerebral palsy, and other crippling afflicvQ] be formed on Saturday, 2, at 8 p.m. at the Roosevelt I, 5100 N.E. 2nd Ave., under r sr>ices of the Dade County for Crippled Children. ^rtainment will be furnished tty Ward's "Youth Roundand Audry Pilafian, 1 and her trio. and Mrs. Hyman AbramI chairmen of the social club, Jplanned activities such as and shop-work. All handiadults are invited to atLodge No. 5, the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'rith at its convention in Washington on March 21, adopted a resolution making B'nai B'rith institutes of Judaism a nation-wide project of the order. Amvets Hear Debate Tuesday's general membership meeting of the Amvets Robert Richter Post was host to a number of visitors who came to hear Dr. Edward R. Annis and John B. Orr, Jr., debate the question of National Health Insurance. Florida Construction Up, FP&L Figures Show Florida's construction activity, a breaker of records in the postwar years, has stepped up its j pace in recent months, according j to figures disclosed by Dave Bosworth, district manager for Florida Power and Light Co. "Our company, which serves a major portion of Florida, connected 2,700 new electric services during June of this year, an increase of 10.47 percent over the 2,444 services connected in June last year," Bosworth said in pointing out that a reliable index to the number of new buildings completed is the number of new electric services connected. "Every month of this year has shown more new electric service connections made than in the corresponding month of last year. In the first six months of this year, FP&L connected 19,371 new electric services, compared to —Ardmore Interviewing patients on the opening day of the outpatient department of Mount Sinai Hospital is Mrs. Leonard A. Wien, chairman of the volunteer workers in the department. The department was opened July 10. and met with such success that it was necessary to open an additional clinic. Now scheduled are medical clinics, Monday. 10 to 11 a.m.. and Friday, 9 to 11 a.m.: obstetrical and gynecological clinic, Tuesday, 9 to 11 a.m.; and surgical clinic, Wednesday. 10 to 11 a.m. Shapiro To Relate Story Of Rabbi Meyer Berlin In commemoration of Tisha B'Av, Harold Shapiro, narrator on the program "Builders of Israel." | a weekly feature of Morris Nasatir's Yiddish Classical Hour,) will present the story of Rabbi Meyer Berlin. Nasatir's program is now heard twice weekly, Sunday from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. and Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava your roof repaired now; you will aava on a naw roof later "8atiafaetory Work by Experienced Man" 414 • W. 22nd Avenu* PHONE 4-6M0 Auxiliary To Launch Card Party Series The Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will launch a series of dessert luncheons and card parties on Tuesday, July 25, at 12:30 p.m. at the site of the new home, Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. at 53rd St. Chairman of the series is Mrs. Isador Cohen. Mrs. Gert Covner is co-chairman. Hostesses at the first fete will be the Mesdames J. Krohn, M. Hershey, Joel Zalis, Ben S. Hertz. FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alao completely equipped large Koaher Kitchen for Weddinga, Bar Mit z vain, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-592?, FOR INFORMATION CONSTRUCTION and PERMANENT! (FHA and Conventional) >ME MORTGAGE LOANS consult... AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of Miami Nkr Meraf Sartafl •<* Learn ln,urano, C.rpor.iiem MAIN OFFICE ALUPATTAH BRANCH flortheast First Avttwt 1594 Norttwtrt 3Wi Strt* JOSIFH M. UfTOH. Praaktaat lources Exceed $29,000,000.00 Reserves Exceed $1,850,000.00 PLASTIC EYES Are "Commendably Deceptive" When Custom Matched (Guaranteed Unbreakable) Phone 9-2228 Medical Arts Laboratories, Inc. 324 Calumet Bldg. 10 N.E. 3rd Ave. OPEN 12 MONTHS A YEAR I WANT MY MILK Ettab. 1924 And Be Sure m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Viiit Our Farm at %  net of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek i Ga bles Women To 'Hold Card Party The second of a series of monthly luncheons and card parties will be held at the Coral Gables i Jewish Center on Wednesday, July 26, at 1 p.m. by the center sisterhood. Arrangements are being made by Mrs. Sam D. Goodman, chairman, and Mrs. William Pallot, co-chairman, assisted by the Mesdames Herbert Braum, Davis Fisher, Rose Gelperin, Joseph Platt, Daniel Rifkin, Theodore Wayne, and Beatrice Weinberg. Plans have been made for supervised care of the children. Reservations may be made by calling 48-4081 or 48-5507 16,803 for the same period last year. "This year's gain over last year's amounts to 15.28 percent— indicating the upswing in construction. Florida is busier than ever." 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nan FRIDAY, Phyllis A. Kohn. Alvin A. Etingoff Speak Vows At Temple Beth Sholom 531 •J ."4 v .' &f .* Mm. Alv • A. Etingoff % %  n service July 9 at Beth Sholom united in ... Miss Phyllis Annette ...ughter of Mr. and Mrs K %  :: '300 West 45th St.. .:. i A'.v r. A %  El n?off n of Mr. and Mrs. Eting ff, 1045 S.W. 2nd \v< Rabbi Leon Kronish. Rabbi M %  : and Cantor Samuel :ated at the double%  ng ci rem my. Pauline Fried was %  soloist .:'compan:ed by her and. Hv Fried, at the organ. • bride wore a traditional • % %  satin gown, cut princess with imported lace forming ke and cascading down the nt to the hemline. The standing and mitts were of the same e. Her •• ti] veil : .:: intertwined pearls ..nd she carried a ith baby %  the v % %  %  notis nta, • y > ith in '. • skirt of She .:..• : Ame Howl r his brothei Etingofl : M : le's mothei an n S t*3403 Anderson Road, legi ; ibles. length liffon : 51 K hn. bridi %  : % %  : ; •: r old %  • %  Both l thers ter-ini %  • :. iests in Levii •. :: • • % % %  T Mr, ai K = %  • :. %  :.: E ( %  • V : N N %  %  -%  J8toi %  J %  ; St. Pete; Personally Speaking... Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zimmerman, former Miamians now living in Atlanta, are visiting their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Markowitz, at the Willark. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand recently returned from a trip to the West Coast. Included in their itinerary were California, Oregon, Washington, Victoria, Vancouver and Banff. While in San Francisco, Dr. Rand attended the national convention of the American Medical Association. He also participated in • pre-convention meetings of the American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association. New arrivals at the Loon Lake Hotel and Cottages, Franklin County, N. Y., are Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer. Lillian E. Friedman of Miami Beach was a member of a | group of over 300 ccllege students who recently flew to Israel to attend summer school there. Vacationing at Loon Lake Hotel and Cottages, Franklin County, N. Y., are Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and their family. Following a trip to California, Mr. and Mrs. John Roseman are at the South Seas Hotel, Miami Beach. On August 15 they will leave fcr New York and Canada, where they will visit cma c-r>age. After a six-week their rhilHrpn -:::: bile trip through the south M j, M and west I Mr. and %  *•*•# home at Visitors from Atlanta enjoyina a summer stay at the New ral Yorker Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Gordon. Longtime vacationers in Miami Beach, they were entertained at dinner 1 this week by Mr. and Mrs. Simon Schachter of Bay Shore Drive. Visiting relatives and friends in New York are Mr. and Mrs Morton Stitsky. They will return here on July 24. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Binder were recent quests at the Greenbrier Hotel, White Sulphur Springs. West Virginia. While there, Mr. Binder participated in a Travelers Insurance Company conference. Before returning to Miami, the Binders will visit in New York and Chicago. Mr and Mrs Ben Zion Ginsburg, 2489 Flamingo Place. returnedTo ^ ^T. chiIdren Barbara and Edwin, have jus ChTraao ^ m t amonths vac in in the city of their birth. rM g m 2^ r a r J np '^ ey stopped aI Silver sp^g* and Mammoth Caves and v-eekend^ m the Brown Hotel in Louisville and the Atlanta-Biltmore in Atlanta -* Miss Maxine Lee Bender left Saturday to spend a two-week S at ^ ke ?S e In "' in Hendersonville, RC Mi s ende is the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Bender, 1322 S.W. 7th St Miami hr 0 M F J nkel V 4115 Pine Tree Drive. Miami Beach, returned the Finkef Umbtu ^ "r !" T? k ^ *** P resident < EuronfnnT^ f l Zam C o f New York has ^en touring anri Sr !" ^fi y he addressed th Miami Beach Rotary Club and presented flags from many Eurooean Rotary units. JfiSTSfStS 1 &S&: £ and *** Benjamin Prior to her mar-ig 0 9. MM. Howard Murray baum was Miss Rhoda Caidin, daughter of Mr. i_ Nathan Caidin. 727 JeffersoT) Miami Beach. Mr. Ben Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Sii Bernbaum. 28 West Drive. Miami Beach. The mony took place at the Club Hotel with Dr. Jacob? Kaplan officiating. [RMN-RBRO! Wolpert'.s Proudly Feature NATIONALL1 ADVERTISED! Francis Blaustein To Wed K. P. Goldberg .'.; nd Mrs Reubin Blaustein. S \\ Ith Terr., have an% BRA KR0EHLER NUb! 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FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1950 LEGAL NOTICE +Je*isti fhrktian NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, N,.' 184199. DANIEL. B. DALY, Plaintiff, VB. VIKCINIA M. DALY, Defendant TOi VIRGINIA M. DAl.Y en l..(tkm •) K. 186th Street Bronx 67, New York YOU AUK REQUIRED In MI Ma copy of your answer to the Hill of complaint on ihe Plaintiff's &ttorntoyH, and file the original answer In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st day of August. 19J0, in the above entitled cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED this ISth day of Julv, 1950 K. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Conn. (Circuit Court Seal) By K. II. HICK, JR.. Deputy Clerk. GENET & GENET 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 7/21-28 x/4-ll ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 134044. JULIA PATRICIA ELLIS, Plaintiff, vs. ARTHUR ELLIS, Defendant. TO: ARTHUR ELLIS C ii Hindis Terry Avenue Kayville. Ing Island You are hereby notified that a l'-ill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 11 day of August. 1950; %  therwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against LEGAL NOTICE %  PAGE FIFTEEN IN T l mT %  ? %  ?, £Y PUBLICATION. Fl,^-v '. V!' '"'"""T OF THE ,: l :\ fc N 1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT oi ^'•v il "A.IN AND TOR DADE PJOJJNTY, IX CHANCERY, No. B V5 A #? R £58S? FF Plaintiff, vs. I-OI is MASHIOFF, Defendant 81 IT TOR DIVORCE M>: Lol is MASHIOFF 2824 \v,st 29th Street Brooklyn, New York You, LOUIS MASHIOFF, are herebv notify that a DIM ? f Complain! for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to Berve a copj i'liii*'"'. 1 ,-> nM \'' v '"' Pleading to the Bill ..r < omplalnt on the nlalntlff. Attorneys Wasman, Weinkle & Sassier, 846 Seybold Bldg., Mian,,, I ta ..and file the original Answer or b'.'",Ng In the offi,,. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the I.ith day of August. 1950. if you*fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the. Rill „f Complain) This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridlan. m .1 !" A ND "><1>ERED at Miami. lq''n I4,h dl, V "' JU,V AU E. B. LEATHERMAN. clerk, „., ll ', u,t '"<" %  •• Dade County, Florida. (( Ircuit Court Seal) By c. It. WILSON. 7/2J-28 8/4-11 DepU,y CUirk LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS *.,.,, NAME LAW th ^ CK i ,s J"'i l(i:,!Y GIVEN that Jho undersigned, desiring to engage In business.under the fictitious name of (.iii-den Court at 733 Michigan Avenue, re,',!,"" ft Ch \ l ,< n '' register said name with the Clerk of the ,'„ %  ,„„ Couil of Dade County, Florida JACOB SNEIDER 7/7-14-21.28 JENS1E NK, K LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoiK Iis HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In busmess u „de r the fictitious nlrne of Auditorium Gift simp at number 1663 Washington Avenue in the City of Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register'the said name with the clerk Florida. "' i ld 0ount r 7/7-1.4-21-28 MAL '" 1CE ; l -" lil ;l "J you. Dated this 11 E. Clerk (Circuit Uourt (lav of Julv. 19.10. B. LEATHERMAN. of the Circuit Court. Seal) R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk, GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 7 14-21-28 S'4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAYOR'S and also MAYOR JEWELRY, at 16 N. E. 1st Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL GETZUG ELSIE OETZUG IRVING A. GETZUG ....... Applicants MYERS, HBIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 7/21-28 8/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Sunshine Sweets Sugar at 53 N. E 24lh Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the tircslt Court of Dade County, Florida. GREEN BROS., INC. „. A Florida Corporation MYERS, HBIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant Seybold Building 7/14-21-28 8/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name nf Gene! Enterprises at P. O. Box 4967, Miami 29) Morlda, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. EUGENE c 1IEIMAN ELMER OLIPHANT 7/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned is engaged in business under the fictitious name of FIXIRIDA LEVERAGE SERVICE, at 520 West Flagler Street, Miami, Dade Countv, Florida, and Intends to register tlie said fictitious name In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade ("ounty. Florida. BELLE GREENBERG UHERTKOF AND KALISH Attorneys 607 Olympia Building Miami, Florida T 21-28 8/4-11 NOTICE UNORR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREIN GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CINDERELLA CHILDREN'S SHOP "t 83 N.B. 1st Street, Miami, intends to register said mime with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACK HORNER, INC. BLACK, PEARLMAN A COOPER Attorneys for Applicant 7/21-28 8'4-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned intend to register the following Nam, with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Fla. MYRON YVARSHAW, MYRON WARSHAW & CO., I21< N. Miami Ave., Miami, Fla. MYRON WARSHAW and DAVID WARSHAW, equal partners. (Myron Warshaw, Inc., a corporation, has Warshaw & Co.) MANFRED J. BERLINER, Attv. .'Ill Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Fla. 7/14-21-28 8/4 Fla. succeeded Myron NOTICE TO APPEAR lN TLEVE^T^ U SSFM*OF THE MD TH TOR UD £DE L OSSST? So^^!" CHANCE^ CaS FREDA Y. FISHER, Complainant vs 73 Grandview Avenue, Huntingtnn, Long; Island N Y TO BERTRAM RCOLEMAN, Attorney for Porter G. Fisher, Shoreland Arcade, Miami, Florida: niJiSUi,.*'? hereny notified that the plaintiff herein. FREDA V. FISHER iwi. n tnl8 du,e flled •' motion for final Judgment fo,arrears in support fendan, 1 tC anCe and to ^mpcl defendant to convey certain property A. hearing on said motion will be SL. .. oclotk A.M., or as soon [hereafter as counsel.may be heard before the Hon. Stanley Milledge in rLF k ambfr .r at the Q^e County Courthouse. Miami. Florida, at which time and place you are required to appear personally or through counsel, lnilv 80v,r Urselve accordDated: June 30th. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, ,_, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By L. G. MOORE. MORTON ROTHENBERG ePU,y C e k Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida %  .7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JA.ME.N .,. Ill & |'P STORES at 12041206 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACQUES ROHER, JR. ,, EDWARD MEI1LER HERBERT II. HUTNER Attorney for Jacques Roller, Jr. and Edward Mehl.-r 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS !" I NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tne undersigned, desiring t.. engage m Vru'i'.T. 8 .v'i.'. 1 '"' ""' fi '""'>''s came of JUMBO INN :it 5866 S. W. 8th Street. intend to register said name with the in rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD JOSEPHS and RAE JOSEPHS THEODORE j. SAKOW1TZ Attorney for Applicant 922 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 6/30 7/7-14-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN \N'I> FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA..— IN CHANCERY, No. 132909 MARTIN PLOTNICK, Plaintiff, vs. FREDA PLOTNICK. Defendi nt TO: FREDA PLOTNICK 1467 ST. MARKS AVENUE BRoi IKLYN, NEW Y( >RK YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED That a suit for divorce has Keen brought agalnsl you by MARTIN PLOTNICK, and you are required to serve a COP) Of >*OUr written i|ct..],. ., if any, on the Plaintiff's Atto and file the original in the offici of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I before the 7 day of August, i960, in, : default of which the Bill ol Complaint will be taken as confessed agalnv Dated this .". day of Julv, 1950, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) B) WM. W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla Attorney for Plaintiff 7/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that th6 undersigned, desiring to engage in rv'w,v." ,l<, !'.. t h "••"'• n*i..e of M NsHINE CURB MARKET at 300 Southwest 8th Avenue, Miami, Florida ifci ell o? I" l J* l .!!5* r • sa '' 1 name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida BENJAMIN WEGBREIT .„ s 1 *' Owner MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of Neonite Sign Company at 261 N. W 29th Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EMIL FLUTIE ALBERT FLUTIE MORTON ROTHENBERG Attorney for Einil Flutie 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of READY-ROAST at 216 JJJi Street. -Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. JACK BEKKE LOU EBENSTEIN JOSEPH PARDO Attorney for Applicants :•! I Seybold lluilding 7/21-28 8/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Unique Tailors at 9.123 Harding Ave.. Surf side, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I1YMAN GARELICK !XT J!R7 ,CE BY PUBLICATION \-, T f-', ?,.t.'"V' l ,T COURT OF THE fH''';\ K VI11 JUDICIAL C1RCCT OggOTY. IN CHANdERV, No, IN RE: ADOPTION OF ROBERT TEOFILO DU.MENIGO. a minor TO: TEOFILO FERMIN DU.MENIGO No. 2, St. Rafael, Camaguey, Cuba TS. !" a r e ..„. 1 ereb >' notified that AARON DIXON and JUDITH DIXON his wire, have filed a petition for the iTMENIGO 00 f ROHERT TEOFILO You are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the petition on the petitioners solicitor and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv {• Jprlda, on or before 3 day of August, I9a0: and if you fall to do so a decree pro confesso may be entered against you in such suit. Dated July 3. 19.10. E. B. LEATHERMAN, „. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, T. R. NELSON DCPU,> ^'^ Solicitor for Petitioners 412 Congress Bldg. Miami, Florida 7/7-14-21-28 .x. Ji?,T ,CE BV PUBLICATION i-i ,-V: i-i,' M ( .' riT '"""""'I' <>F THE RP'YSS. !" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LM ;).•>'; KOR DADE COUNTY, l'3 376 0 i ." JA N O^CTO N6l MAGGIE ODAM, as Administratrix of the Estate of AtWell odam, also known u Alward odam, Atwpqd /,,/""' Uharles Odam and Charles i".".'",^ deceased, Plaintiff, vs. MAMIE ODAM, Defendant. You, Mamie odam, 619 West 143 Street, New York, New York, are required to serve a copy of your answer to tinlim 0 f Complaint for Declaratory Decree on plaintiff's at!'-""V y \, Hi ""' ,l( 1 ^'apiro, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florid;., and We the original in the office of the Clerk of this Court on or before Julv 31, ,.an'.""'''."'sc %  Deer.Pr,, Confesso will be entered against you, This Notice will be published unee a week foifour consecutive weeks in tinJewish Floridlan, Dated June 27, 1950 E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the Fictitious Nam.Statute, that the undersigned, desiring to < gage in business under the fictitious name of HALS DELICACY SHOP (not incorporated I %  "•'• Normandy Drive, Miami Beach. Florida. intend to register fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court .f I County. Florida. HAROLD GI.IST BEN K A MINSK V Owners IRVING CYPEN 42(> Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Florida, Attorney for Applicants, 7/21-2X.K/4-11 HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorney for Plaintiff 827 Lincoln R., H d Miami Beach, Florida. 6/30 7/7-14-21 R, WILSON, Deputy Cb-rk. CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF Fl/jRIDA To ALL To WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COMIC GREETINGS; This is ti, certify that, whereas, Frederick S Qrossberg. Miami, Fla. Julian R. Benjamin, Miami. Fla. Arnold A. Ross. Miami, Ha. did on the 3rd day of June, AD. 1950. cause to'iie Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10066, Laws of Mi." '£" A <"t"of 1925, ELGIN VACUUM STORES, INC., a corporation, with its principal place or business at Ma,,,] Dade Coonty, In the State of Florida, and whereas tin stockholders or such corporation did on the 16th %  'ay of July, AD i860, Cause to be filed in the otin. of the Secietarv of State of the State of Florida, a ( oiisent of all the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida. Acts of 192.1, Showing tno dissolution of such corporation. ih "eoretary of state is satisfied in.it the requirements of law have oeen complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set mv hand" and have affixed the Great Seal of the State, of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the 1.1th '• ,9S0 R. A. GRAY. '/21/SO Secretary of State. 7/14-21-28 8/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I ho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JAUK'S GROCERY AND MARKET at 192 N.W. 14th St., Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACIQUES ROHF:R, JR. HERBERT H. HUTNER Attorney for Jacques Roher, Jr. 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CHAPTER 20722—ACTS OF' 1941 File A-15841 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Jessie L. Backer, holder of Countv Tax Sale Certificates numbered 1461 and 3632, issued the 24th dav of May, A. D. 1948, has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Said certificates embrace the following described property, in the County of Dade. S'tate of Florida, to wit: Lots 17^ IS & 19, Block 1, Pinedale. A Sub., Plat Book 22, Page 32. in the County of Dade, State 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. lt 12. Block 54, Coral Gables Riviera Sec. Bart 8, Plat Hook 28. Page 44, in the County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced In iVi til irate No. 3632. The assessment of said property under the said certificate issued was in the name of FYancis B Q rills. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, the property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of August, A. D. 19.10. which is the 7th day of August. A. D. 1850. Dated this the 26th day of June. A. D. 1930. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County. F'lorida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. C. SWRRBTT, 6/30 7/7-14-21 1, U,y ^^ NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. In Re: ESTATE OF JOSEPH CHOJNACKI, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, nV either of you, may have against the estate of JOSEPH CHO.INACKY. deceased, late of Dade County, F'lorida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the I same In his office in the Cqunty Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will lie barred, Bee Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date June 2S, A.D. 1950. SOFIA CHOJNACKI, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of JOSEPH CHOJNACKI, Deceased. AMos BENJAMIN Attorney for Sophia Chojnackl 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai tin. undersigned, desirimto engage in business under the fictitious name of Air HOTEL at 1040 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk '.'I %  ? Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. ANNA FREED SOL FREED EI.RY STONE Attorney for Anna Freed and Sol Freed 6/30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24435. Ill Re: ESTATE OF Charles B. Fine. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate. You, and each of you, arc hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Charles E. Fine, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. V. Blanton, County Judge of Hade (Vmnty, and file the same in his office in the Countv Courthouse In Dade County, F'lorida. within eight calendar months from the date of tInfirst publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as afoiesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Dte June 27, A.D. 1950. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, As Administrator of-the. Estate, of Charles E Fine. Deceased. MILTON A. FTWBDMAN ilnistrator xr M. N OTICE BV PUBLICATION 1N ,-, J H ,'-, r ""'UIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE KUOHi N CHANCBRT N'O. CARROLL WILLIAM RUPP, |.|.,i„. tilt. vs. HELEN MADELINE RUPP Defendant. TO: HELEN MADELINE RUPP 2.10 East Market. Harrisonburg, Virginia Y'ou are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on th,plaintiff's attorney, and to file the oi sins answer in the office „f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12 day of August, A.D. I960: otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Di\..r,c, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated ,t Miami.. Florida, this the 12 day of July. I860. E. B. LEATHERMAN, clrk of the Cireuil Court, ,r.i •. I,a,l >' County, Florida, (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. w. STOCKING, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL .'II; 'UIV OF FLORIDA. IN AND POR DADB3 COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 1.14177. ROSALIND M. WEISS, plaintiff, vs. STANLEY T. WEISS. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< i: Mr. Stanley T. Weiss 2186 Grand Concourse Bronx, New Yoik You, STANLEY T. WEISS, i %  hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been fl I against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill ofCompla4nl on the plaintiff's Attorneys, Aronovlts and Aronovlts, ;iSeii,.,i.i Building, Miami, Florida, and file the origin il Answer or Pleading in the offi,-, ,,r ihe ('lerk of the ('Trcult Com t on • before the Dth day of August, I960. If you fail to do no, judgment bj default will be taken against you I >r the relief demanded in the Bin of ('omplaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridlan. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 17 daj of July, A.D 1 • %  E. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida, (Circuit Court Seal) By W.M. vV". STOCKING, I leputy '' ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Plaintiff 714-21 B 4-11 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THB ELEVENTH .ICDKilAL CIRCUIT oF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 133X93. ELIZABETH CURTIS, Plaintiff, VS WILLIAM WALTER CURTIS Defendant YOU, WILLIAM WALTER CURTIS, 1222 North Broad Street. Hillside. New Jersey, are herebj notified thit ii Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you ara required to serve a cop) of j nit Answ.r or Pleading to the Bill ,.f Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, MAX R SILVER, 22 Seybold Build. Ing, Miami. Plorlda, end tile tie original Answer or pleading in the office of the Clerk or the Clrou I Courl on or before the 3rd daj of August. 1910. |f you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be tak n against you for the relief demand • i In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at M iml, Florida, i ins 5th daj of July, 19.10, E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Cireuil Court. Dade Countv, Fl.. la. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. Name nd *d1rs Plaintiff's Solicitor: Mll.lll.v A. I-lv.ir.nMAN. 1023 Seybold lttiilding, Miami. Florida. 7/14-21-28 8/4 Deplltv Clerk. MAX R SILVER 2! Seybold Building Miami, Plorlda I Attorney for Plaintiff 7 7-14-21-28 STOCK IN :. Deputy ck-rk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND F( >lt DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No U4046. WILLIAM J. DENNETT. Plaintiff, vs. MARY BENNETT. Defendant SUIT FOB DIVORCE TO: MARY BENNETT, 610 West 170th Street. New York, New York You, Mary Bennett, are hereby notiJlfd thai a Kin of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve :i copj of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill ot Complain I on the plaintiffs Attorney, Fred Pine, 619 Olympia Building, .Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clevk of the Circuit Court on or before the 11 da\ of August 19.,(i if y„ u fail to. do so, Judgmoni by default will be taken agalnsl von for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each w.ek for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Floridlan. ,„ IX ) i ,K A ND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 11 day of July, A.D. 1950 E. B.-LEATHERMAN. Clerk ( ircuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM: W. STOt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DA DECOUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1339H.1. JOSEPH PEIGENBAUM, Plaintiff, vs. SARAH PEKJENBACM, Defendant. SI "IT FOR DIVORCE TO: SARAH PEIGENBAUM 321 E. 93rd Street Brooklyn, New York You arc herebj notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been flled against you, and you ere required to serve a copy of youi Ansi or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, AI.FI. %  NE8BITT, 120 Lincoln Road, Ml %  Beach, Florida, and file the orig Answer or Pleading In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of August, 1950. if you fail t" do so, judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published 0 each week foi four consecutive we. in The Jewish Floridlan. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 5th day of Julv, A.D. 1930. B. B. DEATHERMAWtK'hvk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Honda. (Circuit Court Seal) # By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. ALFRED F. NESBITT 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FTo! ida Attorney for



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JULY 21, 1950 ffcri tr PAGE SEVEN s Center To [Open House he use featuring enter. dancing, and an art fill be sponsored by the hlos Jewish Center and ,,,.,! „ n Sunday evening. at the center, it has bnounced by Herbert iind Mrs. Morris B. presidents of the two R. Jacobson. local nonartist, will exhibit 15 Rest works for the first I the Coral Gables area. n show at the Delano February of this year more than 1.000 persons Pived nation-wide pub[tist studied at the ChicaLmy of Fine Arts and at I,, sity of Illinois and Iveral years in the West Jtudying primitive "color Is" ;ind design. Tpen house will climax weeks of membership Lrties directed by Mrs. 1. Pallot and Theodore iGeneral chairman of the ,, be Judge Sam Silver, by Co-Chairman Theo|. • ." Mrs. Bernard Yess, ii charge of invitafi Mrs. Lee Elman and ris B. Horwltz will ar, freshments. Publicity in is Mrs. Maurice Ernes is head of the complanning entertainment Biaun is membership II irseh To Read "Golden Boy" Sam Hirsch, professor of drama at the University of Miami, will read Clifford Odets' "Golden Boy" at the Saxony Hotel on Tuesday, July 25, at 8:40 p.m. under the auspices of Freedom House. Tickets are on sale at Pansy's Flower Shop at 193 22nd St., at Doubleday Book Shop at 934 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach and at Pansy Flaum's McAllister Hotel Flower Shop. Miami. Reservations may be made by calling 5-9783. Hebrew School Women To Sponsor Dance The Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will sponsor a dance and water show at the Sands Hotel 16th St. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach, on Tuesday, July 25, at 8 p.m., according to Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, president. Music for dancing will be pron 1 vided by Ray Abrams and his orchestra and a mammoth aquacade has been planned. B'nai B'rith Council Urges Consideration Of Genocide Convention Immediate favorable consideration of the Genocide Convention by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the United States Senate has been urged in a resolution passed here by the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, it Is announced by executive director, C. R. Jacobson. The resolution passed unanimously by the B'nai B'rith group, representing more than 2500 members in Greater Miami, was forwarded to Senator Tom i Connally, chairman of the Senate | Foreign Relations Committee. Aj copy of the resoultion was also' forwarded to Sen. Calude Pepper. The B'nai B'rith resolution emphasized the need for the United States ratification of the Genocide Convention in view of the recent international developments and the hostilities in Korea. Camp Concludes First Session Camp Coral, recently estab[ lished summer.day; camp operat! ing in Coral Gables, is now ; completing the first five weeks of its summer program. Registration figures released this week indicate that the second I session enrollment will equal the sixty boys and girls from 6 to 12 years who participated in the first session. The camp program includes athletics, music, dancing, citizenship, dramatics, arts and crafts, swimming and swimming instruction. Camp director. Dr. Donald D. Michelson, announced that a few more registrations will be taken an* urged that all parents interested in sending their children make reservations immediately. The camp is located at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce De Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. Center Sponsors Ring Performance Tickets are still available for the Miami Jewish Community Center benefit of "Yes, My Darling Daughter," a University of Miami Ring Theater presentation, on Thursday evening. July 27. Reservations may be obtained by calling the center office at 3-5489. S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Wathington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Filth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Prirale Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C ,_ 1BD "D1B Telephone 5-9017 i hapter To lloat Ride iter of Mizrachi will sponsor a moonlight iard the Show Boat on July 30. at 8 p.m. The ave trom Pier 7, City I n, according to Mrs. i president. c $1.50 and proceeds [narked for the children's in Israel. Reservations .nade by calling Mrs. Joel iairman, at 3-6107; Mrs. fez, 82-0334; Mrs. Pearl 82-6158: or Mrs. Pertes, Shore Units | Movie Nite \ e night, card party and I i members and friends North Shore Lodge and I'S Chapter, B'nai B'rith, held on Monday. July 24, [m., at the Sorrento Hotel. Beach. •arc! Hoffman, chapter • I. and Lodge President I Tobin have announced .. %  ly comedies and bouncbll community singing films shown and popcorn will ed to guests. chairmen of the affair Herbert Cohen. Melvin nil Alexander Nathan. facilities have been made to the B'nai B'rith tion bv Jerry Sussman. Howie Ctfuo HOT E L LI/ N C H S O MS WEDDINGS B A N Q U E TS Phone •->'*. 86-87 21 Traurig Named Head Of District BB Young Men Walter Traurig has been elected president of the B'nai B'rith Young Men's Organizations in District No. 5, it has been announced by B'nai B'rith Council Director C. R. Jacobson. Traurig is president of the local FDR Chapter and a former president of AZA Chapter 322. As president of District No. 5. he will direct the stfrvice programs and citizenship activities of young men's chapters in six southeastern states. He is affiliated with the Ackerman Insurance Agency of Miami. Capt. Levenson Attends School Captain Emanuel Levenson. U. S. Army Reserve, completed Third Army Reserve Judge Advocate School held at Fort Benning, Ga., from July 2 to 15. The school, which trains Reserve Judge Advocates, selected officers of other branches who are lawyers as part of the Tihrd Armp program for national preparedness. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST. 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UDAY. -JULY 21. 1950 *Jeist> fhridian PAGE THIRTEEN here Does the Money Come From? By CARL WEINKLE Chairman, Budget Committee, \ Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami In previous articles you have een told how this organization irted, what are its purposes, id whom we serve. Of course, le of the very important quescomes from people who have their children in nursery school or home camp, from teen agers, from adults and Golden Agers, who pay their share of the program either through membership or through fees that are charged for these programs. The difference between the $65,000, which is raised through fees and memIons that people are often asking | bership dues, and the balance of program come to these activities on a scholarship. One of the reasons for the development of the Jewish Centers Association is that the community is trying to equalize leisure time services.'Therefore, a number of programs are being started in the new areas of Greater Miami where the program is needed. Since those in the area who | participate in the program will j be asked to share in its financing, I deficit financing will be initiated ; in the new agencies. I am sure the question that is in your mind is, "Why should not those who enjoy the service, pay for it completely?" Well, if that were done, very few people in this community could enjoy the privilege of this service, for mem, bership rates would have to be as | high as $50 to $100 per year per I member and your Y's would then : become "an exclusive country •lub," and thousands of our children, teen agers and golden agers. who now enjoy the privileges of the Y program, would be denied this privilege. The second part of that answer is that the total community gains : thrnueh those w*w oarti^inate in the program in that we become a iicnti uwiuiuuiiUji uue iu tiie iaci that we are developing better children, better adults, better teen agers, better people all along the line, through their participation News Brief New owners of the Embers, Miami Beach restaurant, are Sam Sterling, Josh Cohen and Sy R. Robins. Robins, who operates a hydroponic farm, will be in charge of vegetables. Cohen will be responsible for meats, and Sterling will be in charge of preparation and serving of foodA paragraphs I have indicated to you where the money comes from and why it is important that the whole community support our leisure time agencies. In the next article, we will deal with how do we serve the community, or what is the program. Teen-Age chorines rehearse for variety show. "Where does the money come the $100,000 comes from the oni for this program?" People Greater Miami Jewish Federanot ask this in terms of 9 on T nis is what we ta 'l deficit [ %  .• • u .u i_ ., financing, where an agency raises |iticism, but rather because they as mucn e as it possibly f. an ( hr !" £ ant to know, and I think they fees and dues, and looks to the vc a right to know how a servcentral community financing which the communitv provides a 8 enc y 'or the balance of its paid for. I think "it is unf: ing for operating these buildI is ever denied participation in the in these very worth while activi' S nT Trl n l ye A r u l C me a ^ d P r g ram because of his income, j ties. What a "poor" community on I speak of the community, A ... ,. n v .. ... ... J [mean you. You, Mr. Average! A t both the Beach Y and the : t hls would be lf the hundreds of Itizen, will be paying for this. I Town Y 20 percent of the chilffll. where does the $300,0001 dren who participate ir the Ime from? Approximately $210,nursery school and home camp !*, > m JL1...A Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry .. About Your FOOD Entertainment and thd other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements. Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Caterinq Service PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 3-4845 JACK & JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Av*. Center boys warm up for baseball game. people who now enjoy the Y program were to be denied this privilege! Certainly you would not say that only those who have children in school should be the ones to pay school taxes. This is something which the total community shares, for the total community gains from the values that "going to school" gives to people. You see, therefore, that in becoming a member of one of the centers, and by your contribution to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, you are helping to build a better community through its local services. You see, too. that those who participate in these services make the greatest contribution towards paying for them, and this is unquestionably right, and that the total community has to share in building a better community. I know you will agree with me that this too is right. I hope in these few brief CHOCK-FULL OF 90 comes from those who particiate in the program of the various jtencies. For example, each one the Y's has a budget of about "0.000. Approximately $65,000 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade I2M w. St* Street, Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKEHS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Jpen Sundays Phone 4-3249 BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN LAKE FRONT Cool Housekeeping Cottages — Cabins — Sleeping Porehes Boating, Swimming, Fishing, Barbecue Tits, Golf, Horses ,> Fr ?^.. Co r." F r ," *, ur Qu Fr !" 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PAGE TWELVE +Jeist FkrMiar FRIDAY. JULY 21 L Hainis Exchange Vows III New York Hotel She ry Netherland in Mew Yoi k was thi seem I 2 we I ling I M Si ; %  •' %  nberg Li m Haim. The %  The bride is l : • %  N V %  Mrs. Melvin Benner, president of Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, recenty returned from Roanoke. Va.. where she atterded fhe district conventior. Before returning to Miami Beach, she joined her husband for an extended vacation in New York. L Duhaime Speaks E: nest Du U.S tt •:: %  Ml Beach Civi I. icg at the Aven taurnt. His N Bl n %  I H a •IWV rommander Lauds Truman's Action In Korea Max Capp. commander of the Norn Bruce Brown Posl • • -.-. War Veterans, this • rid ei Truman's prompt n : Soul K ent to i I • [es thai and I infill tion it %  %  %  forci breach a pi I since I lion ol %  tl '.'.' ; W : II. untenunli ashed by in Southern Korea %  •: ucture of the I N an 1 giv t to free: .-..:._ ;.. ipi<." he continued. %  Thi Pn -: lent's action proffers I hope of the restoration of pea Southern Korea on thibasis of justice and the right small people to determine its own political destiny." Accepts AJC Award NEW YORK, (JTA)—Premier David Ben Gurion of Israel announced his acceptance f the Stephen S. Wise Award for his contributions to the establishment and development of the Jewish state, in a letter to Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the American Jewish Congress. The award is made annually by the AJC to lour persons who have achieved outstanding rds in furthering civil liberties in the U. S., the interests ol Jewish communities h ilarship •net nl ol Isi %  the spheres :n which the late Dr. • rested. brideIrving LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL :EWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR BROADCAST NOW JULY AUGUST ONLY TWICE A WEEK FRIDAY FROM 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. SUNDAY FROM 2:30 TO 3:00 P.M. OVER STATION WFEC 1220 on the Dial Directed and Announced by • M Feinberg The grooi I Haims : Y mkers, N Y Robert I in marriage. H iward Rappaport -• : vi I as his man. Miss F< inberg, a graduate of Miami Beach High I, attended Duke University. husband als i attended Duke and was a member of Zeta Beta fraternity. L£GAL NOTICE ^£GAL NOTICE NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IX THE CIRiTIT COl'RT OK THE 1,1 VEX M JI'DICIAL CIIM'I'IT OE FLORIDA, IN AXI) Knit I'.W'i; ifXTY. — IN CHANCERY, Xo RIISE LIPSON, Plaintiff, vs. .I.VK IJPSON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T" JACK UPSON Llfs-i hitz, T:: K..-i 4th Streel iklyn Sew York 1'ou, JACK UPSON noinieil that leen filed %  recjuil pd to I'll ad ax ( %  • All Mill of i aim ih<;••!••. 17/21-2J riie.v. HEN ESSEN. ESy -.",! — I M I, | ... and llle tin Anxwer ..: Pli fl •• tif the I'leik , .. ti Idtan %  ONE AMI ORDERED n Miami, Iily nl Jtih A 11 ]'. %  '," E a WEATHERMAN, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COl'NTY JL'DOE'S COL'RT IN AND EOR DADE COUNTY, EDORIDA — IN PROBATE, No. -1II %  In Re ESTATE I IP LENA COOK, I ,.,', .is-. I. To All i' Itor* and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereb) ill and required to present an) claims and demands which you, <f the l33 Probate Act. Date July l. A.D, 1950 ALBERT '"(iK, '"-, hereb> As Executor of the l..si Will and umwtalnt f..: restament of Lena Cook lie. eased MYERS, HEI.MAN & KAPLAN rneys for Exei utor 8 1-11 in K. SIMON SEIDEN %  %  .-. Ii> c BEN ESSEX I:s %  %  %  .. I Bldg., 1 ...... | i %  :• i-:i • i %  R WILSON Dei %  l '' si The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Te On.y Comm.,n:y. Wde Kashruth Association, Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warns the public. • Hi..iGMVH fi "IP J .,..,. I'aad; the ring of the GMVH fi "ID J hlckens with the ring ol the OMVH n irket: cannot i r Zi : meals served. t they an kosher. For other information aDCut Kashruth E. Rackovsky, 8:8 Michigan HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. M BEAR, v.ce Pres. call our Director, Rabtji Joseph Avenue, Telephone 5-3595. H. SOOTIN, Sec. S. LOBEL. Treas. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION LN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Till' i : i:yi:.\Tii JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND tOR DAOE ;:;;, NTV IN CHANCERY, NO, BERNICE WEISS, Plaintiff, va LEO WEISS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE ro LEO WEISS 102 Winter Avenue staten Island, New York You, LEO WEISS, are herebj noticed hat ,. Bill of Complaint f. Divorce has been filed against and yi u are required i "i your Answei ... p.,,. H II ..f Complaint on th Attorney, ROBERT M DEEHI •-• %  M.'.'.l Buildll g, Miami 32, I • the original Answer or Pleadrflce of the Clerk nf the V'." 1 .' '''•"" on or be the IMI, '" ", A : : '-'. I.0. If you fail i-. do Ijsmeni by d. fault will be taki n •'-".',"'' .}',?? [' %  '' "'relief demi nded Mil ..f Complaint %  %  %  iblished once eao^dlf^? 8 D 5 R ED BEN ESSEN, Bldg Mia nil, "i iginal Answer or "f th.. r] I t.. win be relli %  ... Complalnl published at Miami. July. A 1. |5o, firtilV,^ ^ T HERMAN.ClerkS3?bSSSW County/F %  By C. BEN ESSI0N, BBQ SM Seytold Bldg .Miami, Florida It WILSON-, Deputy Clerk. Eight Join Zionist Unit At Membership Party Eight new membe s %  • ,, r „ i rolled in the ranks of the M ; an, Young Zionist District Masadji 'at a membership party at tJ h' mi' 'if Murray Arn ild m Sun day night. Mew members includ Shirul N'ewnam, Sid Rudow. Ben GoS man, Mickey Wax. Fa; Fleder" I Murray Arnold, Selma Rubin i3| Dena Mazo. 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tfflt** ^ *>•>•** I FRIDAY. JULY 21. 1950 Education Bnreau Reveals Changes In School Set-Up Steps taken this year by the Bureau of Jewish Education to bring the Jewish schools of Greater Miami to a well organized and smoothly functioning system were recently announced by Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the bureau. "The curricula of both the Sunday and Hebrew schools have been realistically reviewed during* the course of the year and a number of modifications have been made," he said. "With the aid of the educational directors of our community a new 'Area of Subject Matter for a Five Year Curriculum' in the Hebrew schools will go into effect at the beginning of the coming school year. The five year course of Study will qualify the student for entrance into the Hebrew High School where he will be able to continue his Jewish studies on a higher educational plane." Community report and cumulative record cards have also been -surd by the bureau to help bring about a well coordinated school system, he disclosed. A Jewish school calendar for the academic year 1950-51 listing the outstanding holidays and events of the year has been completed, and copies are available at the bureau's office, 318 Coness Building. The calendar shows a total of 178 school days the coming academic year with registration for the Jewish schools set for the week of September 3. All new residents of Greater Miami are urged to call the bureau at 3-5858 or 9-0489 for information regarding a Jewish school for their children. *Je*isliffcr£ctirin Obituaries PAGE ELEVEN ROBERT WEINSTEIN 9. or i64n Coral cat.. Road, passed i %  •*• Editor The Jewish Floridian, Letters To The Editor away last Thurg.iaV." ,, c w „. ware house manager for Carls Markets ami Yn'k city! year K fr '"" N,w M >ami, Fla. He. leaves his wife. Charlotte; two | Dear Editor: lauchterx. Data Kuth ami I nibble Due; ,, MIS tattler, Abraham Wainataln, of >nu know me well enouch to fig tttf&lgttJSi know •. whatever criSS or of Miami "' : "'" M S "" Ve "* %  %  Mr WelnstiMii was a mimbtr of American Le B i„i, i-, wt 8.1 and of Hnai t run. Services were held at th Gordon Hiimial. Home with Interment in ootiiawit Cemetery. praise I indulge in is for the interest of the Jewish community, and so I hope you will find space for this brief criticism of the editorial in the July 7 issue of The Jewish Floridian. entitled "A Word To Cantors." I am happy that the cantors have organized, as the rabbis MRS. SARA TUPPER '••of i"'"' 1 Sheridan Ave.. Miami i Beach, passed awaj on Monday. Mrs n v C and as the synagogues have Tupper came to Florida from Brooklyn lately begun to work a! -, • '"' Synagogue Council; all these arc husband, Herman i:.. two daughters I, tor the finer adjustments of JewMrs Rhea Stern, Miami Beach! and ;"' ""-" "">•' aujusimems oi Jewthree'siate^sf'an'JI^v^cusrv*^ K .^^egational welfare and Servlcea were held Wednesday at £?? y "'cooperation. Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami The objectional phrase in the Ith Interment In Mi. Nebo editorial is: "But values must be 'emetery, MRS. BERTHA MARSHALL 93, passed away lasl week al the s l""'" 1 of her .-..ii In-law and dauRhter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I'nirur Mayton, C.a Mrs. Marshall wai native of New nnn ami resided for the pas) 20 years in Miami II, r local residence was 1132 X.R. Mlb SI Survivors Include, in addition to -Mi--. Arthur L'ngnr, wife of the well Known Miami an iol,i|,. dealer I other daughters; five grandchildren Including Mrs. I^nnard A In i and Mrs. Jerome Hofmayer of Miami: ana greal -grand, hlldi en r'unerai ser\ lc Miss. were held in tin judged on a comparative basis The teacher, the educator, and the rabbi is still in the forefront of our fabric." When this sentence is applied to the Reform Congregations of the country, it expresses the attitude of most reform con: i lions, for we have no cantors, as a rule, but instead have organ and choir to beautify the services Hut when applied to the Orthod >x and Conservative congregations of our land, it is not true, for they unthinkable without a cantor. That some of them are not religiously worthy is beside the mark. The fact is that the cantor is an important functionary of these services. And I am happy to say that the cantors in our community are the finest type of men, religiously as well as musically. In the early days I have often said that we are spending more money on organ and choir than we spend on teachers, but that is not true anv more today in any, or at most, in very few congregations. Wlrit I want to emphasize, deal I editor, is the fact that the cantor. | in Orthodox and Conservative! congregations, occupies an important place in the services, and when he works together with the rabbi, the spiritual head of the. congregation, as he does in our community, he deserves the respect and the remuneration which I the congregations allow him May I repeat that I am pro-1 roundly happy that in our Greatei I Jewish community, we havi Kabbinical Society, which has I functioned for 14 years; wo have a Cantors Organization which has functioned for several years, and we now have a Synagogue Council, which I hope and pray may function for a dignified Jewish community, and together with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Jewish Teachers' Association, and the Jewish Social Agency, we are showing a finer Jewish spirit than most other cities in the country. JACOB H. KAPLAN. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. 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An %  mploj % % % %  of Hoi 1 if' %  I la, Mr. h'cil8i'llUHS nime hei • • flvi years alto from Newark where (he re ma Inn have been net for HI and interment bj Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach. I cantor as well as a rabbi. In the ; Orthodox and Conservative congregations the services would be LEGAL NOTICE II. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX THE CIRt'L'IT COl'RT OP THE KI.KVKNTH Jl 1.1. 1 Al. I'lRCUT "I Ki-ORIOA, IN \M> Fin: n\|.|, COl-NTV, -. |\ CHANCERY. So. In the Matter of: ^OPTION I'.V HERUERT MAYI.AVD, of ROBERT II Kl 1ST! IFF TO: ,H >H.\ I'.Ml. Ki .STi IFF llilll.KVVll.l.i;, NEW YORK You me herehj notified thai a i" tltlon idndopl Ion has been filed f'"' the adoi :i ,,i the minor child, Kl HlhRT II KOSTOPK, in lhe above styled Court, by the Petitioner In the above cauae, Such |ii tltlon is filed against von ua Hi.natural parent m" this minor child and you are hereb) reciulred : > %  rv a copj of y ( inansu i i ... objectlona i" ii.granting of said I" til '•!! i r lid op I n Hi. pel • i. >n,. i 's nttornej and file the m Iglnal i hen ol 11 the offlci [hi Clei if the (' i on or befot'i the ISth daj of AumiMt, A.11. ii'.'.u.. otherwise said pi I of adoption hi rclofore filed hei. n will he taken ,ix confessed l>\ vou DONE ANH ORDEREU tlili day of July, A.I>, E, It. [,EATHER.\i \\. | 'Ii' k of the i 'ircnli Com i. Dnde County, Ploriila. i"in ill i' iri Si II B; C. R. WILSON, ,, I %  l>utj Clerk. OSCAIi RAI'I'APORT, Utorin ; %  nner : 21 -ss s i-n Picnic To Close Camp Session An all-day picnic at Crandon Park Friday. 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PAGE TWO +Jeisfi fkridian I'll Say. July 1st. I picked an ace when I chose Norway. • :ul land vith it chains of mountain But its fjoj I n %  ;... :. the •'. Id's top igraphj !!• re thi deep vail th water, the tall intan %  %  they di -.end • •' into th< • inplumbed depth. irprised* start as he th( only the water reflect f broad mount. It is not difficult i .. land of mist and %  f w hanging loud hills, of somber has given to saga and myth. primitive people believing that the giant Thor, by striking his hummer on the top of a round mountain (one often sees) drew rks which caused flashes of lightning, followed by tnundi i n verberating the mighty blow. One can almost visualize the fierce Valkyries leaping thenwild horses from mountain to mountain crag The nomenon of the northern lights (aurora borealis) obviously suggested the home of the Gods, the gaard of the far north, where Odin was feasting his fellow divinities in Valhalla .castle. Achievements I have had a penchant for castles since boyhood when I read about fullv armed knights, who roamed countryside seeking glorious deeds. I was told Norway has no castles; for it bypassed feudalism. Consequently it has a ways been a democratic land without overlords or dependent serfs. In the distant Past, the people were fierce Vikings, who conquered Northern trance. England and Sicily. Under the captaincy of Leif Ericson they crossed the Atlantic in the yea. 1000 and landed on the North American hoie Vmand). The Norsemen gave the names to i h,,, r our week. T world culture they contributed Ibsen. Bjorson, Grieg, and Sigrid Undset GenerlroTC S*^ Trygw "" ^^ National Character kJdne^" ,„"!'r V '"" ': p ;K (,fu P e P le and exude thev S simple warm hospitality. Unspoiled, %  -ii,, %  U '" h '; r !1 "' greed n r ""' chfeeling qualities oj more sophisticated nations, fheir relations w'th Jews simply reflects then innate decency. In "" p -'st d "" n ""' w of faith, they excluded FRIDAY, JULY, Norway; Land of Mountains, Fjords, Sac By HARRY SIMONHOFF Tropical Lodge Will Launch llrive For Kiooil For Veterans Hospital A drive to arouse th,. MI Jews, probably on religious grounds. But in the ly 19th century, the national poet Henrik Wergeland wrote some pathetic poems, lamenting their persecution in various lands. His newspaper and <.zine articles finally had their intended effect. In 1851. six years after the poet's untimely death at 'iT. Norway passed the present liberal law. permitting entry and full citizenship to Jews. Admission oj Jens I: does not mean, however, they did not live in Norway earlier. During the 18th century. SpanishPortuguese Marranos found their way to Bergen, one of the trading cities in the Hanseate League. Skilful as they were in the use of camouflage, whether Catholic or Protestant, they were soon found out. They must have proved valuable, for the government relaxed the law sufficiently to enable the entrv and residence of Jews out of Hamburg. The Norwegians have had no cause to regret their tolerance. Today, the most eminent figure in public life. Joachim Hambro. President of Norway's Senate, is a descendant of those Jewish settlers. Leader of the conservative opposition party, he is admired and respected far more than Trygve Lie, who owes his high position in the U.N. to his membership in the Socialist Labor Partv, now in control of the government. The German Invasion The tragic era began with the German occupation. At first Quizling and the Gestapo were cautious. Among the people, there were no anti-Semitic feelings upon which to work. But gradually the Nazi monster began to devour its Jewish victims. A score were killed at home; about 730 were deported and perished in the Auschwitz gas chambers. The Norwegians \K-vic horrified and protested manfully. With their cooperation, about 800 were enabled to escape to Sweden. Rehabilitation After the war. the authorities encouraged the i patriation of all citizens, without distinction between Jew and Gentile. Difficult problems were encountered and solved as to the return of Jewish homes stores, merchandise, and furniture, which through Nazi expropriation had passed into local hands. In a short time the native Jews were again on their feet. Today thev have regained, if not exceeded, their pre-war prosperity. The government also showed its humanity bv inviting J Persons to enter and share in the lj m i,71 economy. The sacrifice this act entails I appreciated by those who know the seri 1 shortage that faces the native populate i Jewish D.P.'s were lodged in the barrel by the German invaders, and later gi[ \ newly built by the state. Tubercular Children Several months ago, international a focused upon a tragedy. About 30 j. were killed in a plane crash against a mil Norway during a fog. Thev were from "21 of Tunis and Morocco brought to be cured culosis prior to the permanent settlenien'' The incident reacted badly upon FrtLl opinion, which felt it a reflection ui,/m • in North Africa. The Sultan of Tunis dem return of the bodies for burial at home about 200 such children still in sanitariumby a private benevolent society, with the an 1 the government. It further 'illustrates thJk tanan character of the Norwegian pe 0 ni P The Nazi Heritage Lest the picture look too rosy, let t a i, I down on the debit side that anti-Semiti^l completely unknown. Of course in a n !" three millions, 1200 Jews can hardlv con problem. But Nazi propaganda has left i t : v v '' or anizations JJhS?*,'^Participate in the drive Julv V 1 t du J, t d l 1 Monday, July 31, at the Miami Beach V epical Lodge, comprised of young ,„ the w] t o W J „ ,f '"'" ^terans of World wai ii. ,, anxious to spearhead I \l{'"t;' un ,'" p|,lv ,h need// "'l 1 '•*• hospitalized veterans "' '"' VA hospital, Kessler said „ '" : actual blood dona. T.".",\" "1 1 "">• Donors • ; ;-yl to contact either Sey'" Brennei or Kenneth Knop'"•"'• co-chairmen of the project %  tons before reporting ',," '; %  1 "nit. An even,,,, 0 f P" t l t a u nm 1 en1 nas '"•'" Planned to highlight the event, K stated, and Miami Beach ciYy em Payees will be invited to partiriOther B'nai B'rith lodge. „, >" Greato Miami area which have established Blood Banks to service their members and their families include Sholem Lodge oi Miami, Coral Gables Lodge, and Miami Beach Lodge. Httii Chapter Seats Loaders Irma Plotkin was installed as president of the Hillel Chapter 297. B'nai B'rith Girls, at a luncheon and swim party last Thursday at the Sorrento Hold Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. president of the Coral Gables Women's f napter of B'nai B'rith. served as "falling officer, presid ng ceremonies in which Flora leltman. out,,„,, ? preside* "receive,i traditional past president's Workshop To Present 'Kids Who Wear Glasses' "Radio Workshop for Democracy," a community sponsored weekly dramatic radio program, will present "Kids Who Wear Glasses" Saturday. July 22, at 7:45 p.m. over radio station WA1IE. The local actors in this week's program are M. J. Berliner, Robert Baron, Rose Heines, Sam Freeman. Bernard Zweigel and tleanor Zweigel. Steve Kessler serves as musical director. The entire series is under the direction of Mrs. Gertrude Marx and the technical supervision of Bernard Hutner. assistant director of the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League. The Showcase of Good Food 1 The GOVERNOR! 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PAGE SIX +Jmisti fhridUan '. Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHING i ON —\\ hile Jewish guise of a humanitarian organizaay still be tion. alleging that it is interested starving ..-. Egyptian ; ...ns the only in helping Palestinian Arab E ^:' %  refugees Rep. Christian A Hi enR-Mamm., who was HELP'S — ; ; first vio hairman. angrily withwhen he learned the honored nature oi organization. He ...-. I enter.ained last J %  : HELP, as %  respondent Dorol .••'• s express. ,-itri • • -.::..:.. testimor HE.L.P %  • %  • %  %  %  :"o among -.. Oti : %  sign %  %  K M Mark Stam L'.S. Am' %  • %  % %  lor to Egypt sental : '. tion. She is G ner, special assistant to George C. McGhee. U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs. At the award ceremony Miss Thompson delivered a speech on the Arab refugee problem. She said it was "really horrible" for her to think that "for every single Jew" settled in Israel "there is an Arab who has lost a home." She said also that Palestine Arabs did not participate in the war against the Jews. The speech was recorded by the State %  %  of Amei ica," presun for rebroadcast to I the .'•. Id. Kaplan To Speak Seymour Kaplan, Miami attorney and former member of the j American Military Commission in Korea, will address the members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at their weekly luncheon meeting on Friday. July 21, at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. Kaplan will speak on "The Significance of the Korean Conflict." An % %  in attendan. e at ny were Yusef Joi Ian, Fouad Pharony. E| nsul-GenerNew Y >i k, and Geo: M execul v e director ol A %  :. • R. %  testified Pal M senate ng Israel's alZionisl %  %  • n t• El publicity. El henchman of the \ spent inn I War II in Berlin .. % %  .-h radio Arab world. Haj %  the Gei know how to get rid of the Jews" and pledged his followers to Nazi ideals, "Arabs, arise as one man," he exhorted, "kill the Jews wherever you find them."' Tropical Fete Vet PMI The Veterans' Sen* tees of Tropical T^J T B'rith and Women's cM tertained patients 0 f th ". at the Veterans' A d mmj Hospital Thursday ewJ 20. en Co-chairmen Mrs. i rv son and Kenneth KmJ ranged a full evening of variety vaudeville ann j acts featuring a unit of il Daily News Youth R?l under the direction of M^ AS LOW ASJ AH INTEREST MORTCA G E i O A N $ HENRY E DRINK PLENTY; OF re Water DELIVERED TO YOUR flJ CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4128 •e W wil ns a I M %  i -• \ t I %  %  • :. s %  '•' i%  v %  %  ; •' %  M N A< IR. PYIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR (940 on Your Dial) EVER Y s u ND A y EVERY TUESDAY 6.0. to 7:00 P. M L AX^^ E 7 0 D1 STARS I, THE CLASSICAL-LITURGlciL AND FOLK MUSIC L !-•" to o.r 8 p.ei,l F.„ ura „ "BUILDERS OF ISRAELHAROLD SHAPIRO Most everybody in South Florida .. from her, to yonder... knows about the quality certified concrete blocks and other fine concrete products produced and sold by -And. • %  while all the contractor sand bmlders already know about our lumber ^ % %  • we want you. too, to know that we operate one of the largest and most complete lumber yards in Dade County! Yes, sir, we've lumber for every purpose rough lumber and finished lumfcer and in any quantity. It's good lumberj too| as good as you can buy. Yes, sir! Like all the building materials we sell you can depend on the quality of our lumber, too! And you can depend or. Prompt deliveries... we'll have it onthe ,ob when and where y OU want it be sure of that! So, next time, for lumber, too .. .-> SKSSSZ? N "" h "*-,



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FRIDAY. JULY 21, 1950 +Je*lsii ncr/d/ian PAGE NINE Ruth Kapp Becomes Mrs. Alfred S. Kaye Following a honeymoon at Butlin's Grand Bahama. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sidney Kaye are living at 6181 S.W. 10th Terr. The couple exchanged vows at the Miami Beach Jewish Center recently before Rabbi Irving Lehrman. A reception at the Shelborne Hotel followed the ceremony. The bride, the former Ruth Kapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kapp, 717 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, was given in marriage by her father. For her wedding she chose a gown of white satin fashioned with fitted bodice with seed pearl trim and York, where he was calledby the'deoth'of his father' full skirt ending in a court train. Z _" 11Jfl imner A seed pearl headti:-s secured her fingertip ver. of illusion and she carried two white orchids on a fan and wore an orchid corsage. Miss Rhea Hass. maid of honor, was gowned in a pale blue net and carried a carnation corsage on her fan. Robert Kave was best man for his brother. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Svlvan Kaye, 5527 N.W. Miami Court. Calvin Kapp seated guests. The bride's mother was attired in a rose crepe gown; the bridegroom's mother chose blue crepe. Both wore orchid corsages. The bride was educated in schools in Brooklyn and Miami Beach and is a member of B'nai B'rith. Personally Speaking o.u %  f r, S*2* 1 ^ Abe Chiel and daughter. Taralee, of 1961 S.W. 8th Si., left for the North by motor for a five weeks' vacation. i^Iv i SP !, nd Jj !" 6 J" Atlantic Crt y and ,he mountains in new York and will visit relatives and friends in the North. Leaving Friday for a six-week vacation in Ferndale, N. Y. are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Puchkoff, 1550 S.W. 16th Ave Thev will return here in time for the High Holidays. Miss Anyuta Melicov is now vacationing in New York. -* Mr. and Mrs. Sam Drexler. formerly of Miami Beach, who have recently been making their home in Phoneix. Arizona, have returned to Miami and are residing at 430 S W 6th Ave William Arnold of Lake Worth recently returned from New Serving as a counselor at Camp Four Winds. Mass.. is Miss Joy Dickson of West Palm Beach, who will enter Florida State University in the fall. Former West Palm Beach resident. Lillian Rosenwald, recently visited her sister. Mrs. Pearl Held, in that city while en route to Havana. Sam and Shabse Kurland will return to their home in Baltimore Sunday after two weeks in Miami Beach, where thev were rnipetc rtt tVia R; !" Din— u_4_i Rabbi Freedman, Family i Mooneys To Honor Tenor Vacation In Miami Beach; At Reception Friday Vacationing at the New Yorker | Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mooney, Hotel are Rabbi and Mrs. David Freedman and their two children Michael and So'nia, of Irvington, N. J. Rabbi Freedman is chaplain of the Irvington Police and Fire Department, as well as spiritual | head of Congregation A.A.B.C, | whose Hebrew name stands for Beloved Brothers who Visit Each Other When Sick. The rabbi has been with the congregation since shortly after it was first established 18 years ago in a small store. He has built it into one of Irvington's outstanding synagogues, added a children's school, and is himself a leader in the community there. While in Miami Beach, he is visiting his brother. Rabbi S. J. Freedman of 926 Michigan Ave., well-known here for his religious bookstore on Washington Ave. 3127 Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach, will be hosts at a reception in honor of Giulio Gari, noted tenor of the New York City Opera Company, on Friday, July 21. Mr. Gari has just returned from a concert tour in Guatemala and is visiting with brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klein, 1110 Euclid Ave. He studied at the Verdi Conservatory of Music in Milan, Italy, and made his debut with the Royal Opera Companv of Rome. While vacationing in Miami Beach, he is preparing and studying his role as leading tenor in Pucinni's "Turandot," which will open the season at the New York City Opera Company on September 21. He will also sing in the group's productions of "Faust" and "Aida." were guests at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. M %  %  Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner, 2835 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach. City, where they will spend the left last week summer. for Atlantic Rita Platt Married To A. Melvin Morris In Coral Gables Jewish Center Rites In a double ring ceremony at the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Saturday evening. July 1. Miss Rita Plait became the bride of A. Melvin Morris. Rabbi Morris A. Skop read the service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Platt. 4519 S.W. 16th St. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hy 1 Morris. 2645 S.W. 34th Court. For her wedding the bride Ichose nylon marquisette trimmed fin satin. She wore a fingertip [illusion veil, and carried a white bibie topped with a white orchid and cascade of stephanotis. Miss Rosalyn Morris served as maid of honor in pink marquisette, while the bridesmaids, Miss Phyllis Honig and Miss Joan Morris, wore peach and green taffeta gowns. Miss Libby Rose Platt, juniwr bridesmaid, wore a gown of pink marquisette Tishioned like the bride's. All attendants carried colonial bouquets. Best man was Albert Glieberman. Ushering were Haivey May We Suggest Brandt and Kalvin Platt. Jeffrey Mark Platt was ring bearer. A reception in the center patio followed the service. 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