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

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

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Ik^wiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
)LUME 23NUMBER 30
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
frejudiee Against Jews Found In
Ls. ^Textbooks, Survey Reveals
]
re-
. of a five-year study on
judice in textbooks published
the United States were made
blic here by the National
inference of Christians and
ws. The study was conducted
the American Council of Ed-
ition, and its findings are based
an examination of 267 school
cts. 49 college manuals, and 100
the most widely read children's
Hoks.
The findings established that
(conscious prejudices are often
vealed in the too simple gen-
'alizations drawn by writers of
htory textbooks, especially in
e description of the part played
Jews in the origins of
iristianity. and in the false and
agmentary treatment of the
liddle Ages.
"Many stereotypes about Jews
e nither generally believed by
ithinking Americans," the sur-
y emphasizes. "From what they
;ar outside of classrooms, stu-
nts get the impression that Jews
e: 1. Unscrupulous capitalists:
Communists: 3. Unmoral and
omiscuous; 4. Materialistic; 5.
irewd and canny: 6. Clannish;
Strange and sinister; 8. Loud.
:ude and socially aggressive; 9.
telligently superior and book-
h; 10. Excitable, sensitive and
,iotional."
The survey also established that
,st of the material about Jews
texts is about the ancient Jews,
ee-fourths of the space de-
ed to them in world history
deals with events before
AD. "Students are left with
le impression that the Jewish
ligion and Jewish culture have
,nged very little since that
lie," the report stresses. "To
ke matters worse, many of the
accounts of the Crucifixion pro-
vide t*ie basis for the develop-
ment of prejudice against the
Jews."
Do Valera Will
Visit Israel
DUBLIN, (JTA)Former Pre-
mier Eamon De Valera will leave
for a short visit to Israel next
week, it was announced here this
week. He was invited by Israel
Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog, one-
time Chief Rabbi of Eire.
Mr. De Valera will be accom-
panied by his two sons and Robert
Briscoe, Jewish member of the
Eire Parliament. The Eire states-
man has expressed interest in a
number of Israel problems in-
cluding the health services and
child welfare in the Jewish state
and the revival of the Hebrew
language.
Causeway Named
For Mayor Broad
Formal launching of Broad
Causeway, another link across
Biscayne Bay, was held Monday
morning, with Mayor Shepard
Broad of Bay Harbor Islands, for
whom the causeway was named,
participating in ceremonies.
Building of the causeway and
toll bridge was approved by the
last legislature following favor-
able federal, state and county
action instituted by Mayor Broad
and other town officials.
The causeway will be 3,000 feet
long and will connect with North
Miami on the mainland.
Columbia Sets Up
Israeli Studies
NEW YORK. (JTA) The
establishment of a Center of
Israeli Studies, in which Amer-
ican and foreign students will be
trained as regional specialists in
various professional fields, was
announced this week by Columbia
University. The Center will be
financed by the Jewish Agency.
The students will concentrate
on the present-day economic,
political and social culture of Is-
| rael. They will be trained to do
. work of authority and influence
i in business, finance, journalism
and government service, and to
i serve as specialists in research
and teaching in the social
sciences, religion and literature.
Probably the only one of its
kind on such a scale, the new
unit will be in operation with
the beginning of the Columbia
winter session in September, ac-
cording to Professor Schuyler C.
Wallace, director of the School of
International Affairs. Professor
Wallace said the center will be
headed by Dr. Salo W. Baron,
professor of Jewish History,
Literature and Institutions at Co-
lumbia. He will be assisted by a
staff of experts in Jewish culture,
assembled from the United States
and Israel.
"The purpose of the center is
; to perform a national service by
1 preparing well-qualified Ameri-
: can and foreign students to
[ understand Israel and its people,
both in its Near Eastern setting
and its historical connection with
the Jewish people and with their
religion and culture in other
countries," Professor Wallace em-
phasized.
Israel's Military Situation Aggravated
By Outbreak Of Hostilities In Korea
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Israel's military situation was ag-
gravated following the outbreak of hostilities in Korea and Israel
was subsequently compelled to take all precautionary measure?
tc prepare for any eventuality, Brig. Yigal Yadin, Chief of Staff,
told the concluding session this week cf the conference of Israel's
top diplomats from more than a
The diplomats also recom-
mended that the government
propose to the United Nations
Conciliation Commission on Pal-
estine, which is returning here
next week, that it discontinue its
attempts at conciliation in view
of its record of failure. The meet-
ing was opened by Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett and was
attended by Berl Locker. Jewish
Agency head in Jerusalem.
iacial Discrimination Has No Scientific
iasis In Biological Fact, Study Shows
PARIS (JTA)The United Nations Educational, Scientific
;nd Cultural Organization made public here this week what it
onsiders to be the most authoritative statement of modern
cientific doctrine ever issued on the controversial subject of race
The statement sets forth the conclusions of an international
anel of scientists formed by R ^ scientificaiiy, no large!
modern national or religious
UNESCO to define the concept of
race and to summarize the most
.recent findings in this field by
biologists, geneticists, psycholog-
ists, sociologists and anthropolog-
ists. The main points of the
lexperts' conclusions are:
1. Racial discrimination has no |
scientific foundation in biological!
fact.
2. The range of mental capaci-
ties in all races is much the same.
There is no proof that the groups
Df mankind differ in intelligence.
I temperament or other innate
mental characteristics.
3. Extensive study yields no
evidence that race mixture pro-
duces biologically bad results. The
social results of race mixtures
are to be traced to social factors.
There is no biological justifica-
tion for prohibiting intermarriage
between persons of different
ethnic groups.
4. Race is less a biological fact
nan a social myth. As a myth it
has in recent years taken a heavy
toll in human lives and suffering
and still keeps millions of persons
from normal development, and
civilization from the full use of
the cooperation of productive
minds.
36.736 Jews Arrive In
U.S. Under 1948 DP Act
NEW YORK, (JTA)A total of
36,736 Jews arrived in the United
States by the end of June, 1S50,
under the Displaced Persons Act
of 1948, according to a semi-
annual report released by the
HIAS this week. During the same
period the total number of DP
immigrants admitted to this coun-
try was 183,628.
group is a race. Nor are people i
who speak a single language, or j
live in a single geographical area,
or share in a single cultural com-;
munity necessarily a race.
6. Tests have shown essential
similarity in mental characters
among all human racial groups.
Given similar degrees of cultural
opportunity to realize their
potentialities, the average
achievement of the members of
each ethnic group is about the
same.
7. All human beings possess
educability and adaptability, the
traits which more than all others
have permitted the development
of man's mental capacities.
The original statement was
drafted by Ernest Beaglehole. i
New Zealand: Juan Comas. Mex-
ico: La Costa Pinto, Brazil: |
Franklin Farzier, United States;
Morris Ginsberg, United King-'
dom: Humayan Kabir, India:,
Claude Levi-Strauss, France;
Ashley Montagu, United States. |
The text was then circulated by I
Prof. Montagu and revised after
criticisms by Profs. Hadley Can-
tril, E. G. Conklin, Gunnar Dahl-
berg, Tehodosius Dobzhansky,
Julian S. Huxley, Otto Klineberg,
Wilbert Moore, H. J. Muller, L. C.
Dunn, Donald Hager, Gunnar
Myrdal and Joseph Needham.
The statement, UNESCO of-
ficials said, therefore constitutes
the most far reaching and compet-
ent pronouncement of its kind
ever made and provides a scient-
ific foundation for some of the
basic principles expressed in the
United Nations Universal Declar-
ation of Human Rights.
3-Power Stand on
Arms To Israel
To Be Reviewed
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
three-power arrangement for
arms shipments to Israel and the
Arab states will be reviewed in
the light of the Korean war, it
was learned here this week. Gov-
ernment officials hinted that
Israel and various Arab states
will be offered arms aid in line
with increased American efforts
to contain Communism and
strengthen areas vital to the se-
curity of the free world.
Review of the present Middle
Eastern arms accord will probably
occur at London on July 25 when
'delegates of Atlantic Pact nations
meet. All previous arms arrange-
ments will be reviewed, it was
learned here, in an effort to rally
the maximum potential strength I
for containment of Communism, j
It appeared here today that ifj
Israel or any Arab states refuse |
to identify themselves with anti- i
Communist nations, further West- j
em arms shipments to the state j
or states in question will be |
doubtful.
dozen countries.
Earlier. Premier David Ben
Gurion presented an overall re-
view of the Jewish state's politi-
cal, military and economic prob-
lems. Several of the ministers will
leave for their posts soon, follow-
ing a tour of the new state,
beginning this week. A review of
the problems facing the Jewish
Agency in the resettlement of
newly-arrived immigrants in Is-
rael was presented by Raanan
Weitz. of the Agency's settlement
department.
Brig. Yadin's report to the
diplomats was given during a dis-
cussion of Israel's peace efforts
and its neighbors' attitude toward
Arab preparations for a second
round of warfare against the new
state. It \s understood that Brig.
Yadin outlined the structure of
j the Israel Army and the problems
! of the new state's armed forces
in view of Israel's unfixed bor-i--------
Iders. which, he stressed, demand I ">"* to the Halfa refinene.,
1 extreme watchfulness in view of ,ln Israel.
the Arabs' attempts to infiltrate At the same time the Cairo
i the border not only for smuggling | radio indicated in a broadcast
purposes, but also for the delivery that Egypt will use force, if neces-
1 of arms and the entry of fifth sary. to prevent oil tankers from
columnists. I passing through the Canal on
The formation of regional blocs' their way to Israel. The broadcast
of nations and Israel's attiude to- revealed that a number of tankers
ward such blocs in the event that | passed through the canal without
they are formed was discussed clearance papers,
earlier at the eighth meeting of There were reports this week
the conference of Israel diplomats from Cairo that shipowners have
assigned to various countries. I complained about Port Said clear-
One of the most important! ance delays which have often
problems considered was the, involved them in uneconomic fle-
question of reconsidering the Is- murrage charges Britain pro-
rael position on the Italian tested to Egypt in May. 1949. over
colonies. The discussion on this shipping detentions, claiming they
issue centered about the likeli- constituted a violation of the Sue/,
hood of Israel's reversing itself. Canal Convention which provided
At the last U.N. General Assem- for unrestricted passage for ships
Britain May Halt
Arms To Egypt
TEL AVIV (JTA)The British-
controlled Near East broadcasting
station in Cyprus this week
carried a warning to Egypt in-
dicating that Britain may cease
to supply arms to Egypt should
the Egvptian government persist
, in prohibiting British oil from
in view of Israel's unfixed bor- Passing through the; Suez Car*
blv session Israel voted to turn oi all flags in peace and war On
over territory it holds to a U.N. June 20. 1949. Egypt agreed to
trusteeship. However, in view of ease restrictions and cease de-
Israel's experiences with the manding certificates of ultimate
Jerusalem issue, the Jewish diplo-
mats doubt that any state can be
compelled to turn over territory-
it holds to a U.N. trust body.
destination, although it was an-
nounced that Britain considered
that the relaxations did not g->
i far enough.
World Agudath President Flies to Israel
Rumanian Zionists
Reported Arrested
TEL AVIV. (JTA)Persistent
reports reaching here from Ru-
mania indicate that more than 50
Zionist leaders in that country
have been rounded up by Ru-
manian authorities and concen-
trated in one single place of
detention.
Among those allegedly detained
are Dr. A. Benveniste, former
president of the Rumanian Zionist
Organization, and members of the
Zionist executive in that country,
including Dr. Loewenstein, B.
Badi, H. Yakrakner. S. Unger, Dr.
Drummer, Dan Iesanu and Mi-
chael Leiba. All of those report-
edly arrested are either Mapai
or General Zionist sympathizers,
although one is said to be a
Revisionist. No Mapam or Miz-
rachi leaders were detained, since
they have already arrived in
Israel.
Dr. Jacob Rosonheim. 80 year old Orthodox Jewish leader, is
shown departing from Indlewild Airport aboard a KLM Royal
Dutch Airlines' "Flying Dutchman."
This is the first air trip for the octogenarian who is president
of the Agudath Israel World Organislaion.
Dr. Rosenheim, who has resided in the U. S. for the. past ten
years will take up residence in Israel where he will head the
actiTities of Agudath Israel Organisation. __""
He is one of the founders of the Agudath Israel World Or-
ganization which was organised in 1912 as an international body
of independent orthodox Jews striving for the recognition of the
Torah. as the basis of solving Jewish problems throughout the
world.
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PAGE TWO
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77/ 5ay...
July 6. On a boat touring the lakes about Stock-
holm, conversation turned to the Midnight Sun. The
ulture from Toronto bemoaned
' ibility to si ght; it seemed a major
disappointment in hei life. The couple from Australia
ninute if thei -1 :ted.
I l|* As long ; I am here, why not do
I >o.
Norway and Sweden
A window placard nee to the
round rrip b\ plane foi thi .'.. In Sun in 54
hours. T sin plifies matters surely. But investiga-
tion that their excursion doesn't touch land.
No good. The nstellation mav fly over clouds
i field of snow through which the sun
ate. The alternative then is a 25 hour
journey by mi Stockholm to Narvik, with
'ne f good food as well as a comfortable
berth on this Swedish Express.
Looking through the train window. I sat contrasting
he flat | Sweden with the mountains and
: ;rds : Norway. This induced speculation as to the
effect of geography upon national character. The
Swedi an empirical and pragmatic: therefore they
make good businessmen as well as scientists. But isn't
the grandeur of Norwegian scenerv reflected in the
I wring genius of Ibsen and Bjornson?
The Arctic Circle
As the tram passed beyond a sign painted Arctic
''. I expected to see igloos and people dressed in
bear skins. But the small wooden cottages are
painted brown with red trim. Thev. I am told are
-"-zero winter than houses of brick
c increte The population is normallv dressed
' cklingless like in Miami. But there
a kind of red uniform, eav trim-
mings with ered hat. They seem shorter.
darker, and more squat than ordinary Swedes or
rhey turned out to be Laplanders a
race or.ginallv Mongolian, who live quite peacefully
Jn nortl .-.a 4UIW Pedce,ull>
A Journey To The Midnight Sun
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Narvik
About 6:30. the train finally pulls into Narvik, a
sea coast town of about 10.000 people. 200 miles north
of the Arctic Circle. I feel weary and hungry: but the
drab looking hotel would not serve dinner until 8:00.
The air. not cold, feels somewhat chilly, so I put on a
sweater, an extra pair of socks, and take a sight
ing walk. What a dreary, jerk water town! And to
ride 25 h ;;:- to see it. Passing a little shop with a
sign Caplan's Magazine, I walk in to see Heir Caplan.
A native woman behind the counter shook her head
sadly and said what sounded like nifc da (not here).
"The Nazis?" I questioned. "Ya." she answered.
"Weib?" as I pointed to her. She nodded her head in
the affirmative I then recalled that Marcus Levin.
a community leader in Olso had said the Nazis
murdered four Jews in Trondhjem and one in Narvik.
The Parsees
Smorgasbord and hot coffee help considerably. A
couple from India enter the kafje lounge. Chocolate
brown in color, they speak of India in excellent
English. Taking it for granted they were Hindus.
I enquired about the religious beliefs of Brahmanism.
But the couple are Parsees. the Fire Worshiping faith
founded bv Zoroaster. It was the Magi religion of
Queen Esther's husband and of Cyrus, who permitted
tne Jews to rebuild Jerusalem and the Temple.
The woman, who did all the talking, is dressed in
native costume, a sarong looking affair, and displays
a knowledge of English history and literature. But
she seems rather lukewarm about her Persian
heritage. According to her, the stately dualism of
Ahriman and Ormazd. the eternal conflict between
God and Satan, between Light and Darkness, be-
tween Good and Evil, had degenerated into a soulless
ritual, a series of petrified formalities, out of which
vitality had evaporated. Even the priests know little
about the principles, the spirit, the underlying values
that had infused the ancient faith with life and vigor.
She prefers to regard herself a lOOT East Indian.
lather than a member of a splintered belief, standing
aloof in sullen isolation. All of which has a familiar
ring to Jewish ears.
CL
Their Contrast to Jews
To my surprise, there are but 80 000 Pa
in the world. This is indeed a decline from th*1'
and glory of Cvrus and Darius, who ruleH f *>
to Cush. 127 lands, according to the Book -Te^H
I cannot resist making comparisons Th.. i *
spite of all persecutions and exterminati*XM
number about 12.000.000 souls. Nor are t
eated like the Parsees. Thev still possess th? dW
and vigor to fight for and build up a sLVi.^lB
vitality? Or a miracle? P ^atc.M
Midnight Sun
While thus conversing, the sun had been -w I
ing. About 12:00 o'clock it was close to \JL ?*
But instead of going down, the sun course and turned northeast on a parallel i.,,, "fi
the horizon. There are a few clouds. But the ftJ
congratulate me on mv luck. They have been ^^
a week. Either it rained or was misty and cUJ
Now the clouds add to the glory of the sd1
They are tinted with changing hues of ainvM
red. purple, or silver. The sun seems a largp iil
fire circulating in its orbit. ^^
The mountain range facing us in the westJ
either add or detract from the grandeur of theiij
In its course towards east, the sun disappear?
reappears behind them. At times only a >?mi rJ
or merely an arc of fiery splendor is seen At oft
moments! vast beams of light seem to shoot out ft!
behind the mountains. For several minute- thecS
are dazzling white, then become lined with
streaked with darker hues. But the cloud- art,
mutating. They turn grey and together wift I
mountains hide the sun completely.
About 1:00 A.M. I walk the streets of Narvik H.
can one believe the clock? It is bright as n ,on Os
the complete desertion of the streets suggests A
every one is asleep. But how can any one sleep in
a midday light? Fascinated. I wander about UMl
The atmosphere changes to a dull grey. A n
to descend. It is now time to retire.
I feel grateful. It was worth the 25 hour ride,
the train. '
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Miami Young Zionists (Masada)
Will sponsor a summer dance on
Saturday. Julv 29. in the patio
of the Raleigh Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Herbert Curbelo and his or-
chestra will provide music for
dancing. Entertainment will in-
clude Ernesto Ojea, South Ameri-
can singing star, as well as other
acts. Dancing will be indoors in
case of rain.
Hosts and hostesses will be on
hand to help guests get ac-
quainted
AS LOW AS
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M 0'R"r G>A G E \ A N S
HENRYE. WOLFF CO.

The Showcase of Good Food
T^ GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
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m, Hotwili, ,j Thodo,e Wayne, general 'h
airman.
COLORED MAIDS
GOOD DAY WORKERS S5
High School Girls
Nurse Maid Jobs S15 Weekly
ACE EMPLOYMENT
127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619
Rabbi Mann Speaks
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann spoke
"""Th' Kf ; f Israel on the
American Jew at a meeting of
? Miam Z ,, District on
Thursday, July 27. at 8 p.m. in
of Betti El MemoriaI Hall
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SOUR CREAM WITH
COTTAGE CHEESE
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senjl f,f!';c"",[ J every detail of our
sen tee. to the Jewish family.
Tr'e7lnSr^C,?S Sf OVERSIDE organization
fa n%t conf'denc<: and friendship of the
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|aY. JULY 28. 1950
*Jewist IhrMinr
PAGE THREE
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Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
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(religi
PINGS FROM ISRAEL
Rationing Ministry in Israel
s hands full these days what
keeping tab on old regula-
and making new rulings. At
of its recent sessions the
ion came up how to classify
im, the citrus fruit used for
ous ceremonial purposes
'g the Succoth week. Heads
bending under the question
esrog a luxury or a neces-
There were enough argu-
pro and con but in the end
iously-minded won out
the rationers ruled an esrog
no luxury and therefore tax
on the retail market. In-
tally Israel will export about
thousand dollars worth of
im this year.
u would think being the
e Minister of a country has
dvantages. But this doesn't
ntly seem to be the case in
I. Recently Ben Gurion wrote
ter to the Tel Aviv taxation
rtment complaining that an
ssive tax had been placed on
property. The reply he re-
d convinced him that the
\viv fathers have little con-
for a Premier when it comes
trading taxes. When it comes
xes in Israel all are alike,
el Aviv councilman said
Singly when he learned of
Premier's quandary,
ty-five young ladies in Is-
ire facing perjury charges as
suit of swearing they were
ath observers. Their crime
not that they were not in fact
vers but that they said they
in order to avoid military
:e. Under the Knesset mili-
act both men and women
register for military service,
the law provides exemption
eligious women. The young
s thought they would beat
unpalatable task of army
. What they didn't know was
the government had an army
potter.? trailing them. The
y ditchers were seen alighting
es and cars on the Sabbath
when their registration cards
wed they had been exempted
Ini service because of religious
-{derations they were rounded
The exemption certificates are
ured through application to
&' judge. All the feminine ap-
canl has to do is swear that
t is a religious observer. Since
' military act calls for the
tration of women between
|ea of 20 and 25. the disci-
n potters often run into grave
luble, for only a courageous
ling lady will admit she is over
it f Ike the name and address of the
rson questioned and check on
r verity through other sources.
WPOD MORNING. ALEPH
liver Levin in his recently
ilished autobiography, "In
fcarch," tells how he became as-
fciated with the Jewish Tele-
uphic Agency and how he
lorked on the bulletin "with the
fsistance of a Yiddish poet." That
evin should have forgotten the
ame of the poet is rather sur-
rising. In the first place he has
[remarkable memory for names
nd faces, and, secondly, the
aung Yiddish poet of Levin's day
as since grown into a mature and
^cognized artist with six volumes
Yiddish poetry to his credit,
?art from .a Yiddish translation
Treasure Island, no mean feat
|nce the Yiddish language is
Registration Of Israel Is From 20 To 40
For Army Reserve Service Begins
practically devoid of piratical and
nautical terms. What is more, the
young poet, now past fifty and
Yiddish editor of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, is currently
celebrating a double-holidaya
quarter of a century of literary
activity and twenty-five years of
association with the world's out-
standing Jewish news agency.
He is Aleph Katz, who just
authored another volume under
the intriguing title "Good Morn-
ing, Aleph," an allegorical sur-
vival playlet with the letters of
the Hebrew alphabet as the
characters. By hitting on the
happy idea of utilizing the letters
of the alphabet as a medium of
symbolizing the Jewish road to
survival and revival after the war
Aleph, as he is popularly known
in the Jewish literary world, has
removed the element of obvious
horror and pain which inevitably
penetrates work of that kind. In
short, "Good Morning, Aleph" is
the story of the reuniting and
j reassembling of the lost "letters"
I during the war and hence of the
i reconstitution of Jewish spiritual
l^life.
i The playlet has been success-
fully produced in a number of
European cities and elicited wid-
est appeal in the DP camps.
Critics have acclaimed it a great
work of art. The volume also in-
cludes a "Purim Play," with the
old tale of the Purim festival
described so zestfully and humor-
ously as to make it a delight even
to those who annually preoccupy
themselves with the Purim event.
Our Jewish educators would do,
well to have the plays translated
into English. It would bring
freshness into a field that is all
too barren.
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Registra-
tion for army reserve service of
all Israel citizens between 20 and
49 years of age started this
Men over 40 will be required to,
serve for two weeks. Those under
40 will be liable to four weeks'
service.
An air alert was sounded in
Jerusalem last week by the
Israel military authorities with-
out a subsequent public explana-
tion. All traffic "was halted during]
the alert. Police officials told the1
Jewish Telegraphic Agency thnt
the alarm was merely a test. It'
had been announced earlier that
a number of such tests will be
made within the next fortnight.
The population took the alert
calmly.
Taking the international situa-
tion into account, the Israel
government started to replenish
its foodstocks with a view to
creating a food reserve sufficient-
ly to last several months. How-
ever, officials of the Supply
Ministry stated that there is no
cause for alarm as far as Israel
food supply is concerned.
It was learned here this week |
that a high official of the Israel
Supply Ministry is presently in
France negotiating for the pur-1
chase of foodstuffs with a
$15,000,000 credit recently ob- >
tained there. It was also learned
here that a group of French
bakers have extended $3,600,000
in credit to the Isreal rurual and
suburban settlement corporation
known as Rassco.
Meanwhile, the Israel govern-
ment this week began a man-
power survey designed to provide
specific information concerning
the distribution and occupations
of some 450,000 men employed in
Israel and Israel industries in
various parts of the world.
Registration forms have been
sent to every enterprise in the
country which employs one or
more men. It is estimated that
between 70,000 and 80,000 enter-
prises including c o 11 e t i v e
settlements.
Hadassah Group
laus Games Nite
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Group of Hadassah
will sponsor a games night at the
Versailles Hotel on Monday, July
31, at 9 p.m., according to Mar-
guerite Marx, president.
Chairman of the affair is
Lillian Goodman. Her aides in-
clude Mrs. Dora Keller, Dorothy
Parker, Harriet Klein and Jean
Brown.
Tickets are available through
members of Hadassah or at the
Versailles Hotel at $1.25 and pro-
ceeds will go to the newcomers
in Israel.
Barkai To Speak
B. A. Barkai, Israel journalist,
author and commentator, will dis-
cuss "Korea and Israel" on Simon
Seiden's Jewish Forum Hour on
Sunday, July 30. at 2:30 p.m.
over station WFEC.
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Leader Will Speak
A. B. Kapplin, national director
of Americanism and civic affairs
of B'nai B'rith, will be guest
speaker at the Sholem Lodge
luncheon on Friday, July 28. at
12:15 p.m at the Miamian
Restaurant.
Kapplin. a leader in B'nai
B'rith for many years, is spending
a couple of weeks at the Raleigh
Hotel on Miami Beach.
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v
EDITORIAL
IVY. Itlou To Itai itilism
Much baa been said fa* and :".:.: the United
Nationj as an instrumentality -: -*-:;:e _-. :_-
troubled world .'-.zee:: ol ..-.-= rr.;rr.e.-- -..-.e UM
.; :.-.:.-. pu! lc its Beveresl test rr.c do ;r.e today
can foretell whether w not ii will succeed in
''V ''- Korean r.-.s.s and thus avoid the
a..-.ge; .: imminent world war
But -..-. other fronts the United Nationi auieily
and unspectaeularJy .= conducting z ~zz:'^.-.zi\
campaign striking, ai the rery roots oi irar iteeii
reity and ignorance In most instance*
;ts activities are smai] in eomparisoa with e
s evolved bui they represent a st
ach : the tout :: making
The '-' attack on the causes -.: won
'"* ---- study :: raciclisrn conducted
si ie 'Jnitec Nose: Ed --
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-' ere is nc basic
1 -?** 3tu ;..-.-. Crowites and Jew-
*= Nor racic! con-
:mbeddec Intolerance
overcome that easily But
--- Fre id:ce is based on
'-'-'-* --- be combatted by ed-
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".....- v'.-'- "on .'.: spread far
par -.- elementary teachi
Capitoi Spotlight
3&f J
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If the newspaper headlines are reminisce, 1
the all-too-recent World War U, the Jewish
too is beginning to assume that slant. A ref6*1
from the Jewish Welfare Board sounds like scT* i
thing that happened a few years ago and I
beginning all over again. It reads:
"Special supplies of religious articles
kosher food have been rushed to military qM
naval installations all along the Pacific CoastkP
meet the religious and morale needs of Jew
personnel in the armed forces leaving for ju
Korean war. The supplies are being pi^
aboard Army transports and ships of the Nor-
and are also being distributed at all troop col
centration points while additional shipments an
being sent to all American installations in the 1
Pacific."
The nightmare of another war has berninl
again, yet even the staunchest peace advocate
will have to agree that it was inevitable ad
unavoidable.
If only the conflagration could be confined to
that one outburst of fighting without the danger)
cf spreading and consuming the rest of the world'
Hartford Jewish Ledger.
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port conden ned McCarthy
upheld the ,'-.... treatment ol
3*V :;,': Sw"! Mc-
Carthys allegation the ommit-
"--' certain to
damage the American position in
Germany. As a result of Mc-
thoJ eal action against
nf. ed kill.
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;-' integrity ot the
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Cross Burnings,
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West Palm Beach
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with me that the
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anti-Semitic than it would
been anti-Germanic, had he
mentioned two Germans "
The letter in which McCarthy
saw no anti-Semitism contained
a number ol slurs. Attacking Red
'"""ration it sa:d: -Here's what
happened: Y.,une men with new
Weas came into the State Depart-
ment and other department?
li'aM ,rKnkfU-"' V
taught them guile."
Close's bigoted views are well
fnown. Many pages of th- Anti-
Li'-famation Leai u
' are devoted to his activiti.
2 nlv does Clos. express pro-
,"':' entiment but
eat lengths on the J,
question." In
I -thirty
'on Amerirans of Geramn
anJI thenPr< Nation
1 B nai B nth
sn3"h;:-''"nl;v ,n ,h" nw:infamous
S.h^,h!f^ revealed that
M (..rthys "facts" were furnish-
ed by persons of questionable
every part of the world, they will be valuable in
fighting these evils.
World War II would nc! have been possible had
not Hitler and h>s bullies successfully preached
their brand of racial superiority. By striking a
blow at racialism, UNESCO has helped to weaken
one potential factor in the waging of war today.
U.S. To Participate In World Maccabiah
By ROBKKT MORRISON
National Jew Welfare Gr g -nd Irwin D
: Ii tennis stars; Hartley Leu
Omelet henko and -
'' rushed l ':-, r V" est-known Jew-, Grossberger, track stars: Sallv
--, J / ewitz and Eve Chen,
.....J" "n? l9Jo- "M"1" in ItoO women s fencing, and AI K
P waived pt.th. National Jewish Welfare'ler, Marcel Lorand and
eeting. Board will cooperate in the se- Strauch, fencers Howard Rubin.
The "''"" ot the team which will the captain of the University'
S"%weh, ^hta.^VM.Connricutirackieam-i'-
? \%oria -MaccaOinn to be held ceived serious rnn^iHnrutii.i
letter m September 27 to October 9! J ,." consideraUoi
Bill Hen in : ihe L.S. team that' will :epr
. Harr3 D Henshe. gS^?wBj.'JSSjSi
' chairman of the selection JS^ *$.f*Sf^*^Ti
irned here several week committee. Col. Henshel and Mr. evlnt fr.V th 1 *pM
Ornstein are co-chairman of the the lasl year-
by
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the city commis- a member oT?h^wK MaMJ lor J^lsh athletes who will con
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PAGE-FIVE
['|jiliotishi| Between Circumcision
few Light On Cancer Transmission
PARIS. (JTA)A study in the
jationship between circumcision.t
|d cancers of the genital tract
1ich sheds new light on cancer
nsmission was presented here
the International Cancer Con-
ence in Paris by Dr. Abraham
vich of New York City.
Dr. Ravich, chief of the In-
tute of Applied Biology in New
,rk. was led to his study by the
arked contrast in cancer in-
ence between his private
actice in Brooklyn, N. Y., wrhere
s patients were predominantly
wish, and statistics on cancer
the genera] population.
Cancer of the prostate while
iv noticeable among non-cir-
ed males was almost never
en among Jews, who are cir-
mcised shortly after birth.
sneer of the cervix of the womb.
argest cancer killer of women
ie general population, was
atively rare among Jewish i cancer deaths.
Jewish case of this type of cancer
was ever recordedand that Jew |
had not been circumcised. Twenty i
percent of all male Gentiles suf-
fering from cancer had cancer of
the prostate glandbut only 1.7 ,
percent of Jews with prostatic
disease had cancer of the fros': te.
A study of cancer in females
in various communities showed
that the rate of cancer of the
cervix, an affliction which kills
12.000 American women every
year, was five to 18 times as high
among non-Jewish women. Can-
cer of the cervix, while not as
common as cancer of the breast
is the largest single killer of the
cancer types. Twelve thousand
American males die of prostate
cancer each year. Together cancer
of the prostate and of the cervix
account for one-eighth of all U.S.
New Women's
Group Formed
A new organization to be known
as the Women's Group of the West
Miami Jewish Center has been
formed, Irving L. Wexler, center
president, has announced.
Purpose of the new group is to
help raise funds for completion
of the center building.
Fund-raising affairs scheduled |
for the near future include a j
Chinese supper and card party to
be held at the China Clipper,
1890 S.W. 8th St.. Thursday, i
August 3; a Monte Carlo night at:
the home of Mrs. Eleanor Matzo,
1320 Sylvania Road, Saturday,
August 5; a hobo and beach party
at Crandon Park Pit No. 2. Satur-
day, August 12.
Pageant Highlights
Young Zionist Meeting
An Israeli singing and dancing i
pageant presented by the Beth |
El Senior Group of Young Judaea
highlighted the meeting of,
Masada Miami Beach Young
Zionist District on Thursday, July
27, at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
The group will be officially'
welcomed into the ZOA family at
a formal charter presentation I
early in August. Plans are being \
completed for the affair which j
will be held at Chary's Restaur- ]
ant. 79th St. Causeway. A repre- i
sentative of the national office
will present the charter, according
to Suzanne Kochen, social chair-
man.
DOV Chapter To
Hold Boat Ride
DOV Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will sponsor a moahUgflt
sail aboard the Show Boat on
Sunday, July 30, at 8 p:m. The
boat will leave from Pier 7. City
Yacht Basin, according to Mrs.
Rose Pertes, president.
Tickets are $1.50 and proceeds
are earmarked for the children's
village in Israel. Reservations
may be made by calling Mrs. Joel
Zalis, chairman, at 3-6107: Mrs.
Jay Katz. 82-0334; Mrs. Pearl
Krieger, 82-6158; or Mrs. Pel
9-0976.
I
lomen.
A study conducted by Dr.
[avion and his associates over a
iod of vears resulted in the
lowing figures: While 2.5 per-
Pi of all types of male cancer
ncer of the penis, only one
Dr. Ravich's paper was pre-
sented in Paris by his son, Dr.
Robert Ravich of New York, at
one of the opening sessions of
the International Cancer Con-
gress. Discussion of the paper,
which is normally limited to 20
minutes, ran for 45 minutes as
various other delegates added
striking coroborative evidence.
It was pointed out that in the
Fiji Islands where two sharply-
defined social groups liveone
circumcised, the other uncircum-
cisedwomen of the uncircum-
cised group have an incidence of
cancer of the cervix nine times
as great as that of women of the
circumcised groups. An Indone-
sian doctor reported similar
statistics from his country.
Turk Named Dade
Welfare Unit Leader
Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach has been named Dade
County chairman of the Florida
State Conference of Social
Workers.
Dealing with problems of social
welfare and health needs thi
out the state, the organization is
i now accepting new memberships.
Turk said. Dade County membei -
i ship quota for 1950 is 2.500.
Variety Women
To Hold Affair
The Women's Committee of th<>
Variety Children's Hospital will
sponsor a luncheon and c i
party at the Variety Club.
the Alcazar Hotel, on M m
Julv 31. at 12:30 p m. Proce
will go to the hospital.
Chairmen of the affair include
Mrs. Hal Kopplin and Miss Dii
Lanzetta, prizes: Mrs. Margan I
Floyd, party: Mrs. Oscar Bloom,
luncheon: Mrs. Dan Fitch, deco -
tions.
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PAGE SEVEH
Leaders Confer With Louis Johnson 1st Jewish Chaplain
Morale Needs Of Armed Forces I Heading For Korea
WASHINGTON, D. CIrving Edison, St. Louis, president
National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) headed a deleqaticn
JWB leaders from all parts of the country who joined
sentatives of the YMCA and the National Catholic Com-
fy Service (NCCS) in a special Pentagon conference on
I 'h Secretary of Defense ,
Johnson to consider what sphere, Europe and Asia. ASAF
hree agencies must do in
[inK th^ religious, morale and
Ere needs of armed forces
knnr) as a result of the
|an war. The JWB leaders
are co-chairmen of local
mittccs of the Associated
Ices lor the Armed Forces
if), which includes JWB,
w-1' sunport 12 operations.
The budget for 1951 of ASAF
now calls for $6,652,757 for
present operations and the re-
opening of 15 former USO clubs.
Of this amount. $2,650,000 has
been requested from Community I
Chests throughout the country. I
with an additional $486,392 to be
A and NCCS, received from j soueht through special camppiims
itary Johnson and high rank-
fficials of the armed forces
t hand picture of the urgent
f..: serving the religious and
], needs of the armed forces,
ling attention to the "present
tion in Korea and in
(if recent announcements
respect to utilization of Se-
e Service," Secretary John-
alled on the American people
isplay locally their patriots
supporting Associated
r the Armed Forces,
a letter to Robert Dechert
'riiiman of ASAF. Mr
son stressed that the Depart-
fense "is now looking
than ever to Associated
ices to help provide supple-
ssistance to communi-
working on behalf of the
nd morale needs of men
. n in uniform." Mr.
;on added that "it is our
est hope that the entire
n will assist you and youi
. Frank L. Weil, of the
oii;. 1 Jewish Welfare Board
! Matthews, of the Na-
il C'jtholie Community Serv-
M linancing the essential
A taking."
H ;k!.dil ":i -,o Mr. Edison, the
J^B leaders included: Joseph D.
BfnK.ri. Washington, D. C:
Kh E. Brill. Minneapolis:
H) Meyers, Detroit: Samuel
Kit. Philadelphia: Walter E
H^fci. San Francisco: Abe Gold-
st^B. Atlanta; Sam Abramson.
Des Moines; Isador Shifrin, Cin-
ati: Abraham Feitelberg, Di-
r of JWB's Armed Services
ion.
imposed of the three agencies
'inn,illy engaged in service
ie armed forces and who
ked together for nine years
he USO, ASAF was organized
wing the latter's termination
iv de for the religious, wel-
'. morale and recreational
Is n( members of the armed
vs. It serves as the coordinat-
ed financing agency for the
icy programs. The pres-
i ii of ASAF includes 80
is in communities near Armed
concentrations and 21 area
who utilize community
to serve the servicemen.
in the western hemi-
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In the light of "warnings from
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the | and that trouble might spread to
other areas," Mr. Dechert, an-
nounced plans for expanding and
intensifying the services to men
in uniform through club and area
programs provided by the three
member -igrncies of Associated
Services for the Armed Fences.
Lay and professional leaders of
the three agencies and ASAF
have begun a series of confer-
ences at ASAF headquarters, 41
East 42nd St.. New York, to de-
termine ways and means of
bringing present programs up to
oersonnel and hudeet strength
immediately and for opening
additional facilities as needed.
Mr. Dechert said.
Even though the Korean situa-
tion was but a few weeks old, he
continued, "increased pressure on
Armed Forces personnel every-
where, especially the manv teen-
agers in uniform, have been re-
flected in increased demands for
religious material and for intensi-
fied recreational programs."
While it was necessary to make
careful surveys and plans before | -
determining what the needs ASAF would be for the next full
year, he said, "it is apparent that
a substantial increase in income
must be provided."
Mr. Dechert called attention to
the overseas operations for which
ASAF is responsible. These are
located, he said, at Anchorage ano
Fairbanks, Alaska; the Canal
Zone: Nice, France: Rome. Italy:
Heidelberg and Frankfurt. Ger-
many: Guam; Okinawa; Honolulu.
and San Juan. Puerto Rico. The
JWB, Mr. Dechert noted, had al-
ready rushed special supplies of
religious articles to military and
naval installations all along the
Pacific coast to meet the religious
and morale needs of Jewisn per-
sonnel in the armed forces fur the
Korean war.
In developing plans for raising
additional funds. Mr. Dechert
said, ASAF would work closely
with Community Chests and
Councils of America and local
committees would make every ef-
fort to seek local quotas through
chests and other Federated ap-
peals, rather than separate fund
drives, more than 300 such local
committees having already been
set up. Mr. Dechert said.
Frank L. Wei;. Honorary ^resi-
dent of the JWB. serves as co-
chairman of ASAF along with
Mr. Dechert and Francis P.
Matthews, of NCCS.
; lain Lifshutz was on duty with ter in Vienna,
the U.S. Occupation Forces in j Chaplain Messing, who gradu-
.' Austria. A graduate of the He- ated from the Jewish Institute of
I brew Theological College, Chita- Religion-Hebrew Union College
! go, he served briefly as rabbi of ; ,.- served as rabbi of Con.
NEW YORK-Chaplain Oscar Temple B'nai Sholom, Chicago, in ; 'n 1S";.sc've ** "J "*J"
M. Lifshutz, who has been sta- 1945 before entering the chap- \ gregat.on Beth Tef.lloh, Biun*-
t'"nod with the 2nd U.S. Infantry j laincy. While in Austria, Chap- wick, Ga. Chaplain Goldman, who
Division at Fort Lewis, Wash.. I lain Lifshutz was adviser on DP graduated from the Isaac El-
will be the division^ Jewish affairs to the commanding general chanan Yeshiva in 1929, was
chaplain when it leaves for Korea, of the American forces and con- formerly rabbi of Temple
according to word received here ducted the JWB Hospitality Cen- Emanuel, Union City, N. J.
by the Division of Religious
Activities of the National Jewish
Welfare Board. Chaplain Lifshutz
has been designated as assistant
divisional chaplain of the 2nd
Division.
When Chaplain Lifshutz reaches
the Far East he will find already j
on active duty there two other
Jewish chaplains: Chaplain Meyer
Goldman, who is with the Air
Force in Tokyo; and Chaplain
Joseph B. Messing, who is with
the Army in Kobe.
Before receiving his Regular
Army commission in 1947. Chap-
Chaplain Oscar M. Lifshutz, re-
cruited, ecclesiastically endorsed
and served by JWB's Division of
Religious Activities, is the Jewish
chaplain with lhe 2nd U.S. In-
fantry Division which is heading
for Korea.
Pfc. Braverman Is First
Jewish Casualty
NEW YORKThe first Jew-
ish casualty among the Ameri-
can armed forces in Korea is
Private First Class Bruce
Braverman of New York, ac-
cording to the National Jewish
Welfare Board, which this
week resumed the compilation
of Jewish war records and re-
lated functions traditionally
assigned to >t bv the Jewish
community. Pfc. Braverman is
the son of Dr. Abraham H.
Braverman. 317 West 89th St..
New York City. Bruce is 20
years old and was serving with
the infantry. He enlisted two
years ago after graduation
from the Franklin School.
Murray Becker, a 56-year
old veterans of World Wars I
and II, was among those who
volunteered for service with
the Army but was turned down
because of his age. He asked
the recruiting officer. "Why
shoot up young iellows when
they can shoot up old geezers
like myself?" Becker enlisted
in World War II together with
his son. Stanley, now 28. Stan-
ley served overseas but his
father saw duty only in this
country in both wars.
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FRIDAY, JULY 28,
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Thalia Yaffey, Dr. Philip B. Stern
Speak Vows In Garden Ceremony
Personally Speaking...
Mrs. Ella Simon of West Palm Beach recently left for a
combined business and pleasure trip in New York and New
Jersey.
* *
Mr and Mrs. Maurice Cohn. 297 Norm Hibiscus Drive,
Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Michael Carter,
on July 19.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sounders, 900 S.W. 3rd St., were hosts
at a party Wednesday in honor of the birthday of their son, Fred.
* *
Isadore and Arch Escowitz have recently returned to their
home in West Palm Beach from Steubenville, Ohio, where they ;
were called by the death of their sister, Mrs. Tom Greenberg.
+ +
Mr. and Mrs. William Albin, 6061 Indian Creek Drive,
Miami Beach, have as their houseguest Mrs. Albin's niece,,
Miss Rhoda Levine, of New York. The visitor is spending a
month here.
* *
L<
Before her
marriage in ^i
Angeles on June 23, Mrs. FrijI
Adler was Miss Alicia GulkjJ
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Th3
Announcing the birth of a daughter, Mary Michelle, are j Guilds. 801 Venetian Way. Both
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis of Sebring. The baby was born ?,"?" ba"d,.(altenH
Monday, July 24, at Mt. Sinai Hospital. The mother is the former >" Angeles Mr Adter wh "
Miss Ruth Kahn, daughter of Mrs. Michael Kahn of Sebring. 8n electrical engineer, rtctiJjl
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davis of this j his Ph. D. from the CaliforcU I

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*
Mr. and Mrs. Morri<= Klass returned here after a motor
trip to the West Coast. While in Los Angeles and San Francisco,
Mr. Klass, who is executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish
;: .-.:" p.r.k Federation, conferred with welfare fund agency executives. In
":' .. San Francisco. Dr. Ema Klass attended the American Medical
Association convention. The Klasses traveled all the way up to
ncluded Victoria, Canada, before returning to Miami.
Mrs.
' r- K ride's uncle and
Dr. and Mrs. David II
feld and their children. D
and Jefl :' Washington.
D. (' 3ei and Sen i Bori
eir daughter. Anita, and
and Sen
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* *
Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper are vacationing in Henderson-
ville, N. C.
* *
Mrs. Herman Silverman flew to Scotland to be with her
mother who is ill there.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Greenberg of Montavallo Terrace,
The newlyweds are living at 163 Birmingham, Ala., announce the birth of a daughter, Carol Sue,
li Beach, on Tuesday, July 18. The mother is the former Ruth Miller,
daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller of this city. Mr. Miller,
who returned to Miami this week, is spending a week here
before departing for New York.
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ID AY. JULY 28. 1950
vJewlsti ncrkflan
PAGE NINE
(jrol Kay Schwartz
lects August (J
Personally Speaking ^"Sto**r
Carol Kay Schwartz
>lanning an August 6 wedding
Miss Carol Kay Schwartz,
lose betrothal to Simon E.
p.sky. son of the Nathan Lipskys,
S.W. 1st St.. has been an-
inced by her parents, Mr. and
s. Lnuis Schwartz, 1020 S.W.
St. The noon garden ceremony
|! be followed by a luncheon,
r which the couple will
itymoon in New York.
The bride-elect, formerly of
kv York, attended Hunter Col-
ie before entering the Uni-
Isity of Miami. She is past
sid< nt of Gamma Alpha Chi,
lien's professional advertising
srnity, and is president of the
ekster's Club.
[r. Lipsky attended Pittsburgh
Miami schools and served in
Navy two years.
Irs. John Lloyd and Stanley
ibor will attend the couple.
'lene Sissleman
[trothal Told
Ir. and Mrs. Harry Sissleman,
Michigan Aw., Miami Beach,
announcing the betrothal of
daughter, Arlene, to Albert
t>el. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
beJ, 901 Collins Ave., Miami
|ch. The couple will be feted
a dinner party at Betty's
{staurant on Sunday.
'lie bride-elect graduated from
ami Beach High School and
Ic-nded the University of Miami.
I( is secretary of Clara Hirsh
f i Chapter of B'nai B'rith
imp Women.
1M" Reibel attended City Col-
of New York and is now
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Emanuel Stadlan. who recently qraduated from the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, is vacationinq with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan, Miami Beach, prior to entering medical
schocl at Wisconsin in the fall. Mrs. Stadlan and her daughter,
Adinah, attended the commencement ceremonies.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Hesrman have as houseguest in their
new home. 5315 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Mr. Herman's sister,
Dr Sophia H. Nabut, of Philadelphia. The Hermans are also
enterTaining their sister-in-law, Mrs. Sylvia Herman, and her
daughter. Billie, who are guests at the Shelborne Hotel. Mr
Herman is associated with the Shelborne Hotel dining room.
* *
Following a major operation at Duke Hospital, N. C, Mrs.
Yetta Moss is convalescing at the home ot her bwn, Morns Moss,
West Palm Beach.
* *
Announcing the birth of a son are Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Feinstein of Lake Wales. Mrs. Feinstein is the former Florence
Rich of Miami Beach. The bris took place last Sunday. Present
frcm Miami were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman a*u mr. ana
Mrs. Al Ring.
* *
On a 38-day cruise to South America aboard the SS
Uruguay are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, 600 East DiLido Drive.
Miami Beach, and their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Frehling, 321 East DiLido Drive. Miami Beach. Included
in their itinerary will be Trinidad, Rio de Janeiro, Santos,
Montevideo and Buenos Aires.
* *
Miss Myrna Sandier. 1758 S.W. 23rd St., was recently
awarded a four-week scholarship to Habonim Camp Kvutza,
Annapolis, Md., by the Miami Labor Zionist Council. She left
Tuesday morning and will return to Miami on August 28. Myrna
is corresponding secretary of the Miami Habonim.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rothman, Royal Palm Hotel, Miami
Beach, returned here this week after a three-week vacation at
Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C.
* *
Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof and Mrs. Sidney Alterman left this
week by motor for a three-week sojourn in New York. En route
they will stop in East Stroudsburg, Pa., where they will visit
Mrs. Alterman's children who are in camp here.
* *
Fred A. Sandier represented the Metropolitan Life Insurance
Co. as the leading agent for 1949 at the annual dinner given
last week by the General Agents and Managers Association of
Miami. This is the fifth consecutive year Mr. Sandier has
represented his agency as the leader.
* *
Miamians vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville,
N. C include Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Spector, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Baer, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bukatman, daughter, Mattye, and
son, Barry. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Strobel, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bloom, Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald P. Lipkin, Miss Elsie Katz, Miss Arline Morris,
Mis* Betty Waldman, Jack Korn, Maurice Roth, Sidney Rcth and
Jack Davis.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Habif of Havana, Cuba, and their
^Mdren arp occupying the penthouse at the Delano Hotel,
Miami Beach, for the summer. The Habifs are owners of the
El Patio Shop in Havana.
* *
Mrs. M. Eisman and her son of Brooklyn, N. Y., are in
Miami visiting her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Elix
Hinkes, 2375 S.W. 10th St. The visitors will remain here until
the middle of August.
-fc
Vacationing in Miami Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Poster
of Staten Island, N. Y. During their stay, they are beiny enter-
tained by Mrs. Poster's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Solomon, who
recently moved into their new home at 711 West 51st St., Miami
Beach. The Solomons' son, Irving, and his family are also here
and plan to make Miami their home.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. David Gross returned to their hcme in Miami
leach last weekend, after spendina the past three weeks at
duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C.
\ams Aides
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president
of the Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah. has named Mrs. H. C.
Moser chairman of the Hadassah
Medical Organization for the
coming_year. Installation is sched-
uled for early October.
Others named to coordinate
activities in the 11 groups which
comprise the Greater Miami
Chapter include Mrs. Leonard
Barr, Youth Aliyah; Mrs. Ben
Zion Ginsburg, youth services;
Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, Jewish
National Fund; Mrs. Herbert
Gutman, Hadassah supplies; Mrs.
Al Osheroff, youth activities;
Mrs. Fred Jonas, membership;
Mrs. Leo Levin, education.
Also slated to serve are Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein, program; Mrs.
Louis Gidney, publicity; Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry, radio; Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, senior-junior;
Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, games;
Mrs. Leo Chaikin. reward lunch-
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affairs; Miss Lillian Goodman,
spoons and Chi cards; Mrs. Leon
Ell, trees; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff,
organization.
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The Empire*management wants
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Many who are furnishing a |
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FRIDAY. JULY 28
1950
JWV Warns Against
Signing Peace Petition
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Temple jsraei (Reform), 137 North Shore Jewish Center
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. (Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive.
Rabbi Emeritus. Miami Beach (A.tz Cha.m Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Jewish Commurr.cy Center
Conservative!. 2020 Polk St., y
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
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Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
ihodox). 331-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
/ nl the
TTereih israel Congregation of
Miami 'Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.


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Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
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Congregation i oung israel (Or- Coral Gabies Jewish Center
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Beach. Cantor Joseph W. Malek: Steve
Congregation Kneseth Israel
Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
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Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
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V/orkshop To Present
"Hev, Cabbie" Saturday
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Flagler-Grar.ada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
North Dade Jewish Center
Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
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Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.

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Young Adult Group Will
Hold Swim-Dance July 29
\ lult Outdoor Club
Beach Y will
lance >.n Saturday,
T : & Beach Club.
In R ad I'
the N itional Ji .:-
ncil.
near Le Jeune.
;,(: Sut'Jr-
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
.- eg Saturday morning at 9:01
1<
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
:
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H I'l in Krlcd al I
\ VV ;:'i Ay.- on Mondava and
Tl ; i 4 tu 0 n.m
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
ps at 6: Sal
i i i .. at 8
'jroiiMMn %w inn
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck.
cantor.
, i flay veiling th rabbi
will speak un "Human Mgnlty."
! be held In the ^ patio.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
al 6 IS
morning al 9. I "all} -~
ii and I p mi
Miami Hebrew School and Con
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W,
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Ki-|day evening services at 8:45.
Saturday morning al S'l > m Mlncha
,,i i. ;:. followed i.. Maariv. Dally
; jo .i in and 6: 15 p.m. Hebrew
si l.....I fr- in < .i in to n......
Congregation Beth Tiilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Pi ig .-.: \ h .-s at 7 00.
s ..i.i \ moi iiinu ii w. Tli- rabbi
, Kill preach on "The Call to Israel."
. Al IS u m Rabbi Kackovaky will
apeak on "Education and Materials."
Si idoe ind M tarlv. Mr. and .Mis
11 .,:i Zaldman ill be hosts al
I Khalos Kudos. Daily services "::!"
a.m. followed by class in Mlshna.
Mincha services at 6:4S followed on
and Thin
<'ustonis
HdAys i,
and
l,y
Suri'lavs. Tuesdays
iluss in Laws and
Mondays and W.iln
Jewish Legends of u,.- Talmud M
flays throuKh Tnuradayi
Temple Betn. bnoiom i Liberia
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami BeJ!'
Rabbi Leon Kronish; C2
Samuel Kelemer. '
Friday evening services at i,u
Rabbi Leon Kronish uin official '
deliver the sei mon "t
Congregation Beth David (Coa.
servative). Coral Way and 26Ui
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rw
Maurice Mamches.
Ki id.iy evening sen lei .
Siivin-s Saturday itio.'i
Saturday evening aervicei
I Lilly services at 7:80 a.m
and Maariv al SMS p.m n
Hebrew School i a.m. to
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B'Av ser> Ices Baturday al
S. J. Freedman
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417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
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PAGE ELEVEN
ienters Association Assists
iroups With Programming
By LOUISE ALPERT
Chairman, Program Committee,
Jewish Centers Association
In the earlier articles in this
ii -c you have been told how
e Jewish Centers Association
Bine into existence and the way
which it has been organized in
?der to give the best service to
be cntiic community. Today, we
nil tell you how the Jewish
enters Association will serve I
du and your organization in
tiler that the entire Jewish com- '
unity can have the benefits of
well-planned leisure time prt>-
lam.
| ally, the responsibility for
am planning rests with your j
irn organizationyour com- I
unity center, your synagogue
sure time program and your:
puth or adult club group. The I
t agency is set up to help
lake possible the kinds of pro-|
ams those groups want for their
Ic.'iibership by combining the ef-
Irls and abilities of the entire
Immunity. The committee set up
thi Jewish Centers Assosiation
n programs has on it those
Idividuals from the member
Y who have had experience
programming in their own
pups and who will bring to each
[1 .11 that they lave learned
Din these experiences. Then,
bm our combined experiences
111 develop plans, resources and
jtdership which can be utilized
all leisure-time agencies.
\i this time the Jewish Centers
ition sees its basic pro-
amnung responsibility in four
i. of service. This does not
bclude future expanding of the
btral agency's function in this
la should either it or the mem-
agencies feel the need.
(1> The development of mass
jvity on a county-wide basis
bably none of us who belongs
irganizations has not had the
erience of wanting to plan
lain types of programs and
pi found the organization was
large enough to undertake
Bse pi grams on its own. Foi
ample: Many organizations plan
' or concert series and have
I hey are limited by the size
audience and the expense
I in the speakers and the
'' I hey could bring to Miami.
groups may have consid-
their own orchestra, choral
ittle theater groups but have
liable to begin them alone.
mes it is a lack of interest
nt; at other times the dif-
! nf one organization's ob-
the leadership necessary.
9 your organization did
I i after, a great deal of
in sponsoring programs
which you felt to be of general
interest to the community, only
to learn that your efforts had
been duplicated in one or several
other organizations.
In order to avoid such duplica-
tion of efforts and to make avail-
able to all the best possible talent
your central agency plans to
initiate on a county-wide basis
the kind of mass programs the
member agencies want to make
available to their membership.
(2) The development of a re-
source file and consultative pro-
gramming serviceFor many of
us who have served on organiza-
tion program committees the
problem of finding the kind of
1 logram which will appeal to our
memberships has come up again
and again. Usually, we've done a
good job of planning programs
but probably at one time or an-
other all of us have wished there
was some place we could turn to
for help in this.
'' alizinfl the need of organiza-
tions particularly adult groups.
for this kind of service, the Jewish
Centers Association is planning to
develop a resource file to which
these groups can look for per-
sonnel, program materials and
program equipment. In addition,
there will be a professional staff
available for these organizations
to consult in developing program.
(3) Leadership training
fa) On the Adult and Young-
Adult levelThe Jewish Center-
Association, through its profes-
sional staff and specialists in
various fields when necessary.
will offer leadership training pro-
grams to members of organiza-
tions in this age group. For
example, there is consideration
being given of conducting a news-
paper clinic for chairmen of
Ipuolicity committees, into which
can be brought the best available
j newspaper and public relations
i people in the area to discuss the
work of these committees and
help organizations learn to de-
velop better publicity programs.
There can, as well, be clinics for
membership chairmen, social,
educational or any other phases
of group leadership the member
organizations fool are needed
(b) On the Youth level The
Jewish Centers Association has
already assumed responsibility in
this area. The county-wide train-
ling program for day camp
(counselors is our first example
j of the effectiveness of central
I planning and organization in
! training for group leadership.
j This joint training program made
j available the best personnel in
the area for the program. Similar
i training programs are planned for
1
all group leaders having responsi-
bility for working with the youth
groups.
i4) One of the most important
responsibilities of the Jewish
Ci nters Association will be to
establish criteria for program-
ming on all age levels, and to
continue to evaluate and re-
evaluate what is happening in
the community programatically.
An example of this would be in
the day camps. This year, when
the out-lying areas decided to
have summer day camps, your
central agency helped them es-
i tablish these. When their pro-
grams were worked out. they >nc*.
I the high standards which the
Jewish community had come to
expect in their already estab-
lished centers (the Miami Jewish
Community Center and the Miami
Beach YM & WHA). Because of
central planning and organization,
parents in making the decision
Members of the Beach Y art group sketch frc m life.
Where to send their children
could know that program stand-
ards were similar in all nn iebi r
agencies.
At the end of the day camp
season, this year's program will
be evaluated in order to deter-
mine its effectiveness and the
ways in which there ma;
changes and improvements. W
this continuing re-evaluation
programming, the c immunity i
be assured of a dynamic prog
in the leisure time field growing
and expanding with the needs oi
the Jewish community.
See or Phone Me
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Builders of Immortal
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Look For the 2-Story White
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THURMOND
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MARKERS $35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
I WANT MY MILK
Members of the Beach Y choral group look over their
music.
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'9 N. E. 2nd ST.
*t ^Cl/t MIAMI 32, FLA. PHONE 9-3836
Off i
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And Be Sure n i
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Suggest for your health, for your satis-
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Products, under the supervision of
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with the finest and freshest meat, under
the strictest Kashruth supervision.
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ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1
Call
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Distributors of the
Finest Delicatessen Products
and Condiments
Phone 82-2731
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PAGE TWELVE
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JTIIDAY, JULY 28.
Tropical Lod< Sp
For Iftlootl For Pr
Tr ipical Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will
ive to i
spitalized vi I
p tt Gei '' spital in C
Gables m M n I i mng. July
V
Thi '-"lit of the Dade
IB ink will t> I -
v til ling
ii i an : 10 | in I
free i Ms will

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K< s.*li
A f u
oarheads Drive
hi Hospital
has been planned featuring a
complete vaudeville unit from the
Miami Daily News Youth Round-
Up. directed by Betty Ward.
The project is under the di-
: Seymour Brenner and
th Knopman. Civic, veterans
and v r ups in the Miami
, have been invited to
ipate in the Blood Bank
Mrs. L .,.- Wilson of Tr |
pter is in
Ms to be provided by
nd Land O'Sun D.;
BLOOD BANK
Of
DADE COUNTY ,
, MOBILE
UNIT
Formulating plans for the drive to secure blood for Pratt
Veterans Hospital to be held at the Miami Beach Y on Monday.
July 31. are mobile nurses and Chairmen Seymour Brenner, left,
and Kenneth Knopman.
AVI' Auxiliary
To llolil Dance
L Auxiliary of the
'. ican Veterans I
mid its mid-summer dance
patio of the SI M
n Sunday. July 30. at
p.m.
' --' nd ind will
icing A
page M and ballet will
i ire Wally Spence and Com-
the Five Aqua-Maniacs and
Fernandes and Son. Ex-
tion dances will be presented
by members of Arthur Murray
Studi
Pr iceeds will go towards the
iti in and redecoration of
the rei reation room at Pratt
'' ;' :;- H spital. Reservations
be made by calling Muriel
Lichter at 58-1931 or Frances
Novick at 5-3762.
Show For Vets
The Jewish Welfare Board and
all its affiliates in this area will
present a gala musical show for
the patients of Pratt Veterans
Hospital on Sunday. July 30. ac-
cording to Mrs. Harry Gordon.
JWB service representative.
I '-*! Prof To Read
"Idiot's Delight"
Sam Hirsch, professor of drama
at the University of Miami, will
read Robert E. Sherwood's anti-
war play. "Idiot's Delight." on
Tuesday. August 1. at 8:40 p.m.
at the Saxony Hotel, under the
auspices of Freedom House
Tickets may be obtained at
Pansy's Flower Shf.p 193 22nd St..
at Doubleday Book Shop. 934
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, and
at Pansy Flaum's McAllister Hotel
Flower Shop. Miami Rsr"--':- ~s
may be made by calling 5-9783.
Sunshine Flower & 4.hi Shop
1119 S. W. 27th Avenue
FLORAL DECORATIONS A- CUT FLOWERS
FOR EVERY OCCASIOX
F<)1 '" I Call 48-009 or 48-0237 and ask for
HAROLD "SKIPPY" ROSEN
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
AcJr"? Mnih.Crmm.uni,-Wide ,Kashru,h AMOeiation, Part.cpatmg
Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warn, the public
J. That only x...... nhcr. thi sign of the GMVH iV'tDi ,,,.
M iy> 'I lire ndorsed l>j the Vaad;
-' T hick. with tl GMVH i"i T D 3
> Hi.- Vaad ;.- kosher:
- '' rKKHl.y KIM,KD t-hleken with the ring of th. GMVH
, .; market:
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For other
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A. M BEAR. Vice Pres.
H. SOOTIN. Sec.
S. LOBEL, Treas.
KOSHER
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Ducted b7 L DELICATESSEN MEATS
Hi-Grade Food Co.
1733 N. W. 7th Ave.
Obituaries
JENNIE UHP.
. S940 Harding Ave.. pa*ed
away Jul> 21. She la survived by her
husband, Philip; < daujMer H:iit.-i.
on i.....aid; and two inters. Jtrj
Plotkln and Mr Dora Merrlman,
both ..: N, w Y"ork Mrs I hr resided
om ii- to Miami
from New Vork. The remains were
v,.;it to Far Rocknwa> for services
terment b) R ..... d. Memorial
Miami H. h
HARRY WAETZMAN
;,; ,. Collins Ave .i resident
yeai 'i ed thlf week
M u i, tan n was I irmerlj a whole-
-.....Is .....reliant In Ftead-
p where th. Iw'd! was sen] i>
\l, il Chapel, Miami
.. and lute ment.
JOSEPH LEVINE
v. v -......' ,
s.w \
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IB III
IVeinsleln a in
iiducted i
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DORA FISHGOLD
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BERTRAM MILLER
K I. "I "'
at six years. (
iunl the
lion Com-
heart attack
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sons, Jordan, of
, ),,, ,K, nid r.ii "f Ne Vork: ..
M |{al|>h i So doi of New
Voi k Irvine and Her- '
m in Ml iml R. ich: m ster, Hilda
Miller, Miami Beach Service* were
conducted .ii the Rlveraidi Mi I
i -hap. I. Miami B< a. h, with Interment
in Ml Nelin I 'em. ti
DORA LIEBMAN
85, of 560 N W. :>iii St., paBed away ,
this week. She leavea her husband,
In rlore ins, Benjamin, Samuel
M. yer; daughters, Sarah Woghln, |
Alice Pent<.....si and Rose Parker; also j
eight grandchildren. Services were
held nt "The Miami Riverside," vv. ,
Rlagler and 20th Ave., on Monday.
Goodman Guest Speaker North Shore Jewish Center >,
I R Goodman, vice president, Bay Drive Miami Beach. ,
of the Southeastern region of the | ^ect wtH be-The Sign^
Zionist Organization of America of tnt "?** Contribute
and chairman of the ZJonist Jew. and the World."
Council of South Florida, will be J*- and Mrs Jerry Suss,
, ,i. ,,viccs Fri- I Wl11 be hosts a' ^e Or^ ShalJ
day. July 28. at 8:15 p.m. at the1 to follow.______________
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The Theatrical Art and Social i
Association will sponsor a boat,
ride aboard the Dream Boat on |
Tuesday, August 1, at 8:30 p.m..
according to Mrs. Ann Goldberg,
financial secretary.
Tickets at SI.50 are on sale at
the Franklin Hotel. Miami Beach,
and reservations may be made by
calling 5-5541.
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)AY. JULY 28. 1950
+Jewistinar*fiann
H Chapter To
[i- llisciissions
>lundt Bill
c Stephen and Louise Wise
?ter oi the American Jewish
jress is sponsoring a series of
round-table radio discus-
on "Does the Mundt Bill
i Jail for You?" according to
lerick S. Grossberg, chapter
lident.
rst of the series was presented
fhursday. July 27, at 8:30 p.m.
station WKAT. Participants
Berton Nuchols, president of
Vliami Central Labor Union.
| the Rev. E. W. Ullrich, pastor
the Robertson Memorial
lgelical and Reform Church.
ry Zukernick served as mod-
Saturday. July 29, the
id discussion will be heard
station WIOD at 10 p.m
|dcera will be John Barclay
Jr., attorney and Dade
ty executive secretary of the
Dei campaign; Thomas J.
,-. commander. Harvey Seeds
American Legion; Jack D.
on. realtor, Miami Beach
jing Authority, leader in vet-
af fairs. Grossberg will
lerate.
irticipating in the third pro-
le be broadcast Monday,
31, ;ii 10:30 p.m. over station
IE. will be Edward Chambers,
denl oi District 100 of the
[national Association of
linists, and Miami Beach
nc'ilman Burnett Roth. Mod-
jr will be the Rev. Robert B.
rn. executive secretary of the
Iter Miami Council of
Iches.
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Alan .1. Dworsky
Enters Annapolis
Alan James Dworsky, 18, son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dworsky,
1446 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
has been enrolled as a midship-
man in the United States Military
Academy, Annapolis, Md.
Dworsky, who graduated from
Miami Beach High with honors
last June, obtained his appoint-
ment to the academy after en-
listing in the naval air reserve
here and taking competitive ex-
aminations last April.
Born in Columbus, O., he has
been a resident of Miami Beach
for the last nine years.
Crime Film Opens
"711 Ocean Drive," Columbia
melodrama depicting a national
gambling and crime syndicate,
opened at the Miami, Miracle and
Lincoln Theatres Thursday hard
on the heels of the Kefauver in-
vestigation here. The film stars
Edmond O'Brien and Joanne Dru.
PAGE THIRTEEN
Radio Discussion Slated
"The Effect of Mosaic Law on
the Present Judicial System" will
be the topic on the round-table
discussion to be heard on Jacob
Schachter's Jewish Hour heard
over station WTTT on Sunday, |
July 30, from 10 to 11 a.m. Nor-
man R. Lyons, Miami attorney,
will act as moderator. Serving as
panel members will be M. H.
Rosenhouse, Murray Goodman,
secretary of Dade County Jewish
National Fund, and Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff.
Delano Dining Room
Cuts Prices 30 Percent
A blow at rising food costs was
taken this week by Charles C.
Goldberg, manager of the Delano
Hotel, Miami Beach, who an-
nounced a 30 percent reduction
in the prices of all meals served
'*i thp hotel, in the interests of
"practical patriotism."
"Our president has asked for
voluntary 'economic controls' to
prevent the kind of inflation we
experienced five years ago."
Goldberg said. "The new inflation
spiral has started already, as seen
by the ten percent jump in food
costs which newspapers reported
this week in front page stories.
We have launched our own
'economic control' therefore and
in order to tighten up controls.
we are offsetting the ten percent
increase with our own 30 percent
decrease."
Theatre Party Slated
Robert Richter Post of the
Amvets will hold a theatre party !
at the Saturday night perform-
ance of "Born Yesterday" at Kitty
Davis Theatre, Miami Beach.
Golden Agers
To Hold Soeial
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will sponsor a
social evening on Sunday, July
30, at 8 p.m. in the center patio.
Dancing, games and refreshments
are on the agenda. Admission is
free.
The club is also planning its
second summer picnic on Sunday,
August 6, at Crandon Park. Buses
will leave the center at 10 a.m.
Guests are requested to bring
their own lunch.
Proceeds from the affair will
go to the Jerusalem Y.
Lyons Installs Officers
Of Southwest League
Norman R. Lyons, Miami at-
torney, installed the officers of
I Southwest Civic League at its
; first annual dance and entertain-
| ment held at Marina Restaurant
on Saturday, July 22.
1 Recognized at the rites were
Max Friedson, president; Norman
1 R. Lyons. Bea Stepkin and Jack
I Price, vice presidents; A. Price,
1 treasurer; Lillian Smulson, rec-
ording secretary; Leo Landis,
financial secretary; Ethel Lewis,
executive secretary.

! 781 Poles Arrive In Israel
HAIFA, (JTA)A party of 781
(Jewish immigrants arrived here
' this week from Poland.
'allot Opens
Law Offiee
Norman Pallot. who recently
graduated from the University of
Florida Law School, announces
the opening of his law office at
2146 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
i Gables.
Prior to entering law school.
! Pallot attended Georgia Tech.
University of Miami. Cornell and
Harvard and received his B. A.
from the University of Florida.
While at the latter institution, he
was elected to Phi Alpha Delta,
honorary legal fraternity, served
on the Florida Blue Key Speakers
Bureau and organized the Gaines-
ville naval reserve unit. He is a
member of Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity.
During the war, he was a
lieutenant, j. g.. in the navy and
served aboard a destroyer in the
Pacific Theatre.
Pallot resides with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Pallot, at
5024 S.W. 6th St.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
* Jewish Hcridiar
TODAY, JULY 28.
Education Bureau
Publishes Pamphlet
Isaiah Women
Mate Party
A luncheon and card party will I
be sponsored by the Sisterhood.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN TMi: CIRCUIT CCH'RT OF THH
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
I'. >i: \E c IN CHANCERY, So 128276-B
of Temple Isaiah at the Foo "j&/^,&. "KS&Z*
Announcement of the recent Manchu Restaurant. 325 71st St.. r,\ MOrris STEGER,
blication of a pamphlet called Miami Beach, on Wednesday, i n I. AIR EL PARK HOTEL
aching Hebrew b> the Bureau chairman of lhe affair is Mrs. your answer to the Amendment to
I Jewish Education has been: .. who is beine as- ltm "f Complaint for Divorce on
la hv I nuis Schwartzman Alorr,'s, veneer, v.no i> oemg as pialntlffe attorney and to rile the
.- : A 5 *,?nHLVt* sisted by the Mesdames Emanuel ordinal answer In the Office of the
enecutive director. The pamphlet Herbert Gutman. Sol I Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
.-u.-nmarizes a series of lectures on chru,,' onH 4he ch,,nf>]rl i the :.">th day of August, A.D. 1*50)
Schreiber and Abe Schonfeld.
otherwise the said Amendment to mil
filed herein
-Tufe6 Grealef Miami iHenbrew Proceeds are earmarked for the j it< W,,.ain, hereto ; filed here
T^hStaSS bfS temple's religious school building "Ab^ ff,&&?
to be erected on 86th St. and' jay of July, A.r> 19S0.
.|h
Be.-thold C. Friedl of the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Other bureau publications in-
clude: "High Holidays Bulletin
I r Teachers." "High Holidays
Bulletin for Clubs." "Succoth
Bulletin for Teachers" "Succoth j Card'Party Series
Bulletin for Clubs. Hanukkah
Bulletin for Teachers and Clubs."
imisha Asar Beshvat Bulletin
supplement for Washington's
iday,"
Byron Ave.. Miami Beach. Reser-
vations mav be made bv calling
86-2103 or'86-1857.
Auxiliary To Hold 2nd
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
OlerK i the Circuit t'ourt,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \v.M. w
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor
NORMAN It LYONS
STOCKING,
Deputy Llerk,
hm Olymnla HuiidinK
The Miam: Auxiliary to the| **laml. Florida.
Jewish Home for the Aged will; -*i\}}' '* ,.gT.-.-...
hold the second in a series of NOTICE ^Se\awTT,V*
Purim Bulletin for dessert card parties on Tuesday., NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
Teachers and Clubs with supple-; August 1. at 12:30 p.m. at Douglas J1"' undersigned deslrlmr to engage In
. t i- ___ r> o_j ...___i !o.j hiilnss mid-r the fictitious name of
.-.: : Lesson Plans for Purim Gardens. P.E. 2nd Ave. and oJid |j-rKV PRODUCTS CO.. Not inc., at
by Teachers evolving out of the St. 1204 N" W". 62nd St., Miami. Fhv, Intend
Tcarhers' Spminar" "Pacsrivpr i __t__l.-/-,.!.-_ u_;_____< '" register said name with tile Clerk
u tiif t, cw ..t, n,.iu.,T Mrs. Isador Cohen, chairman of f H, clrcu ,.,., of ,,.,,. ,,>.
Handbook, Sha\uoth Bulletin| tne first affair, has announced Florida.
HERMAN B. SPRINGER
r Teachers and Clubs with; that it was very SUCCessful and:
.-.;oplement on Lag B'Omer and
ther's Day," -The Teachers'
Kit," "Combined Jewish Appeal
Classroom and School."
Statement: The Bureau of Jew-
- Education of Greater Miami."
Suggestions for observing Jew-1 Shapiro To Present Life
Music Festival Month in the
.sh School," "Basic Book List
Young People." "Recommend-
Reading List for Sunday
I'l.lVER RAVI':
has issued a note of thanks to all. he custas. maer who assisted her. ,:"Tv Blicayne HuiwinR
... Attorneys for
Proceeds from the series will i., ky l-roducts Co., Not Inc.
go to the new home. "JM 8 4-n-is
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN I'ltoBATE, No
Of Israel s loan Of Arc i, 2
' ESTATE OP
:s." "Recommended
lards for Bar Mitzvah and
nsfi
These publications are available
all Hebrew teachers and
leaders to aid them in
Harold Shapiro, attorney and
Zionist leader, will present the
life of Sarah Aaronson. known as
"Israel's Joan of Arc." on his
"Builders of Israel" program
Sunday. July 30. at 1:15 p.m.
This will be the twenty-seventh
narrative in the series, which is
in planning and programming, j a weekly feature of Morris Nasa-
S hwartzman said. Itir's Yiddish Classical Hour.
in i:
SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also known
as SIDNEY H. SCHWARTZ,
Deceased.
Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, ami each of you, are hereby
notified and re claims and demands which you, or
either Of you, may have against the
estate "f SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also
known as Sidney M Schwartz, de-
ceased, late of Daite County, Florida,
to the Hon. w. F, BLANTON, Countv
Judge of Dad.- County and file the
same in liis office in the Countv
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the dale ,,r the first publication lure,,:
Said claims or demands to contain
ih, legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to ami presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred, See
b'ectlon 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date July 24, A 11, I960.
MAKE E N" E SCH W A RTZ.
As Administratrix of the Estate
of Sidney Schwartz, also known as
Sidney M Schwarts, Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
7 28 : 4-11-is
An award for distinguished commun;ty service is presented
to the Hllel Chapter. B'nai B'rith Girls, by Miss Selma Lewis,
youth director (center), on behalf of District No. 5 of B'nai B'rith.
Accepting for the chapter is Miss Flora Seltman. past president.
light as M-ss Joan Morris, another past president, looks on. The
rfillel Chapter was selected at the recent B'nai B'rith convention
in Baltimore for its volunteer work in Miami with the Easter Seal
drive March of Dimes, services at the Veterans' Administration
Hospital and with the Cerebral Palsy group.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlriK to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
s x- It. BLANK, also STATE
UEVBRAGE8 and also STATE
UEVERAUE DISTRIBUTORS at i0
N" \V Uth Street, Miami, Florida, In-
tend I" register said name with the
Clerk of (he Circuit Court Of Dnde
Count), Florida
SAMUEL BLANK
HEATKICE BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7 28 S-4-11-1S
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CllU'UT nil'RT OP THE
ELEVENTH JIDICIAL, CIRCUIT
OK EIXUHDA. IN AND Et lit DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
133ST6.
JAMES r.KROCK TEPI.Y, Plaintiff.
VS GLADYS EI.IZAHETH TBI'LY,
Defendant.
SlIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Gladys Elisabeth 'reply,
SO Church Street,
Wllllmantio, Connecticut
You, Gladys Elisabeth Tepiy, are
hereby notified that a Mill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. HI.hard O.
Tailor. CIS OlympiS Building*, Miami,
Florida and file the original Answer
,,r Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
r.th day of August 1950. if you fail
10 do BO, judgment by default Will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Fiorldian,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ;.", day of July, A.I), is.'o.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Curt Seal)
By w.M. \V. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
\ '28 8, 4-11-1S
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NOTICE IS HEREBY c.ivpv I
the undersigned, desiring i ST, 'M
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TRIBUTORS and'c'o'l.i Sy'wi'JM
OF FLA. at 690 N. \V. i-i.,, J '' I
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tend to register salu name,T'JH
tho Clerk of the ClrcuU TvLM
Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
MARION FRKHLINfl
ROBE KRAMER
JEROME BLANK
BEATRICE lil.ANK
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/28 8/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOuT
NAME LAW *
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN U.I
the undersigned, desiring t engatik
business under the fictitious mm, i
HE ETHER ARM A APARTMkV'
HOTEL at 227 39th Street 'viL
Beach. Fla., Intend to register i3
name with the Clerk of the dial
Court of Dade County, Florida
CHARLES KALLOg
FRANCES KALI.US
RAYMOND R KRAJIO
EDNA J. KRAMER
Owners
HARRY D1ETZ
3T.0 Lincoln Road
Attorney for applicants
7/28 8/4-11-18
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UDAY. JULY 28, 1950
+Jewish ncrMian
PAGE FIFTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i HICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
i in-ss under the fictitious nami' of
fc INKLES LIQUOR 8TORE8 at 1127
Khington Avenue, Miami Beach,
da, inti'iid to register said name
|th the Clerk of thf Circuit Court
|>nde County. Florida.
CARL WBINKLE
'ARON WEINKLE
LEO A. CIIAIKIN'
|'EBB, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
rneva for Applicants
- 1-11-18
NOTICE
THE CIRCUIT Clil'RT OF THE
eleventh judicial circuit
in and for hade county,
Florida. in chancery, no.
SsKPl'l EDWARD FAIR. IMaintlff,
MARIAN FAIR, Defendant.
MARIAN FAIR.
ID316 Rarratt Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio.
>U ARE REQUIRED to serve a
,,f yiiur Answer to the BUI of
iplalnt for divorce on plaintiff's
rney and file your original Answer
le office of the Clerk of the Circuit
n of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
nd for Dade Comity, on or before
21 day of August, 1950 or a Decree
Confesso will be entered against
feted: July 21. 19."i0.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Iicuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JTt..
Deputy Clerk.
l.TUX R MANNHEIMER
forney for I'laintiff
Lincoln Road
>mi Beach. Florida
- 1-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|OTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
Bness under the fictitious name of
jque Tailor* at 9523 Harding Ave.,
Bide, Intend! to register said tame
ill,- clerk of the Circuit Court of
Countv. Florida.
HVMAN OARELICK
1.21-28 8 I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
rill-: COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
IRIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
ESTATE OP
:na COOK,
>ecea8ed,
il Creditors and All Persons llnv-
c'hums or Demands Against Said
tate:
i ind each of you, are hereby
tied and required to present any
pis and demands which you, oi
t of you, may have against the
"e of Lenn Cook, deceased, late
kde County, Florida, to the Hon.
f. Blanton, Count) Judge of Dade
kty. anil file the sum, In bis office
fen- County Courthouse in Dade
It.\. Florida, within eight calendar
111- from the date of the first
at Ion hereof. Snid claims or de-
d to contain the legal address
the claimant and to he sworn to
resented as aforesaid, or same
be barred. See Section 120 of the
"'"bate Act.
ite July 18, AD. 19.-.0.
ALBERT cook,
Executor of the Last Win and
.-lament of Lena o,*ok, Da-
eased.
IIS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
i.-ys for Executor
- t-ll
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
[>P FLORIDA, IN AND POR DADE
N'l'V. IN CHANCERY, No.
7i.
IP.ROLL WILLLVM RUl'P. Plain-
ll. vs. HELEN MADELINE RUPP,
i fendant.
1 HELEN MADELINE RUPP,
f East Market.
[I Isonburg, Virginia
i are required to serve a copy
our answer to the UU1 of Coni-
i"i Divorce on the plaintiff's
oin.y. and to file the original
BWer in the office of the Clerk of
Circuit Court on Or before the
> Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
>re filed herein, will be taken
Bsed bj you.
J led .it Miami, Florida, this the
|' of July, I960.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Cunt,
Dad,- County, Florida.
f ill Court Seal)
By WM. \V. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
" .nd \,M....,S- ,,f
Intiffs Solicitor:
I.To.N A. FRIEDMAN,
Seybold Building,
Florida,
28 8/4
[NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
"tick is HEREBY GIVEN that
luderslfrned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
Court a< 7:13 Michigan Avenue.
Beach, intend to register said
With the. Clerk -of the Circuit
hi of i iade Countv, Florida.
JAO >B BNEIDER
,, JENNIE SNEIDER
1-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
DLRELI^A CHILDREN'S SHOP
N.E. 1st street, Miami, Intends
"Bister Raid name with the Clerk
It he circuit Court of Dade Countv,
' Ida,
JACK IloliNKR. INC.
(AUK, PKARI.MAN ,v Cl lOPER
Jpri eyp f,. AppHoanl
B -28 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I. NAME LAW
[OI ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i undersigned, desiring to engage In
n.icss under the fictitious name of
8ATr| -ROAST at L'lfi ttji Stict.
" i Reach. Plorlda, intend to
is er s.n,| ,,.,,,, .,Ul )h|, ,.|,.,.k (,r
' "<'Ult Court of Dade County,
JACK BERKS
fcl-,, '-("" EBEXSTEIN
pi-.lil PARDO
prney for Applicants
i:2"8v,8;l4d-i,u"d"1K
LEGAL NOTICE
.v. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
! ,FJ:,(.>,!m'A' IN AN" l'"olt DADK
ruiin ~~ CHANCERY, No.
TE88IE IMPAVIDO, Plaintiff, vs
b'ALVATORE IMPAVIDO, Defend-
ant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BALVAToRE IMI'AVlDo
2.133 East 6th Street
Brooklyn, N. Y.
You, BALVATORE IMPAVIDO, are
hereby notiried that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, Ri-..\ ksse.n
ESQ., 823 Seybold ltldg., Miami]
Florida and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
IS day of August, 1050. If vou fail to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this IS day of July, A.D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON,
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN, ESQ..
823 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for I'laintiff
7/21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MAYORS 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 GETZUQ
ELSIE GETZUG
IRVING A. GETZUG
Applicants
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
IS4T99.
DANIEL E, DALY, Plaintiff, vs.
VIRGINIA M DALY. Defendant.
TO: VIRGINIA M. DALY
c o Larkln
443 E. 186th Street
Bronx .",7. New York
VoU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys,
and file the original answer in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 21st day of
August, I960, In the above entitled
cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you.
DATED this isth day of July. I960.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal!
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
GENET & GENET
4:'n Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7/21-28 8/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
,. ^.. NOTICE tO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,L''KY!::>r" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AM) FOR DADE COUNTY.
&? CHANCERY, Case
Kli:.KI,',v;.,), ,'IS"ER, Complainant, vs.
,,." o',',.',! ''ls,l':it. Defendant.
TO PORTER ; FISHER,
.3 Grandview Avenue,
Huntlngton. Long Island, N. Y.
lo BERTRAM R COLEM W
Attorney for Porter Q, Fisher,
sitoreiand Arcade,
Miami, Florida:
.-Yc". ,JI.<' hby notified that the
Plaintiff herein. FREDA V. FISHER
has on this date filed a motion for
final Judgment for arrears in support
and maintenance and to compel de-
fendant to convey certain property
A hearing on said motion will be
heard on the 31st day of August [950
at 9:31) o'clock A.M., or as soon
thereafter as counsel may be heard
before the Hon. Stanley Milledge in
nis Chambers at the Dade County
Courthouse, Miami, Florida, at which
time and place you are required to
appear personally or through counsel.
i lease govern yourselves accord-
bated: June 30th, 1930.
K. B, LEATHERMAN,
,<-.. ~ Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Onurt Seal)
By L. O. MOORE,
MORTON ROTHENBKR,;PUty ""*
Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
fO' TY. IN CHANCKRY, No.
133870. _
IN RK: ADOPTION OF
ROBERT TEOFlMt DUMENIGO,
a minor
TO: TKOFILO FERMIN DUMENIGO
No. 2, St. Rafael,
Camaguey, Cuba
. Yo.u. are hereby notified that
AARON DIXON and JUDITH DIXo.V,
his wife, have filed a petition for the
legal adoption of KOBKltT TEOFI1X)
DUMENIGO,
Vnu 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,
Florida, on or before 3 day of August,
1950: and if you fail to do so a decree
pro confesso may be entered against
you in such suit.
Dated July 3, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By W.\l. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
T. R. NELSON
Solicitor for Petitioners
412 Congress Bldg. .
Miami, Florida
7/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Auditorium (lift Shop at number 1M3
Washington Avenue in the City of
Miami Beacl), Florida. intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAURICE GOLDBERG
7/7-14-21-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT u, TDK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FoR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
124193,
In the Matter of:
ADOPTION BY HERBERT' II.
MAI LAND, f ROBERT II.
KOSTOFF
TO: JOHN PAUL KOSTOFF
HURLKYVILLK. NEW YORK
You are hereby notified thai a
petition for adoption has been filed
Tor the adoption of the minor child,
ROBERT II. KOSTOFF, In the above
styled Court,, by the Petitioner In
the above .i use
Such petition is filed against vou
as the natural parent of this minor
child and you are hereby required
to serve a copy of your answer or
objections to the granting of said
petition of adoption on the petitioner's
attorney and file the original thereof
in the office of the Clerk of the Court
on or before the lfcth day of August,
A.D. lft.'iO, otherwise said petition
Of adoption heretofore filed herein
will be taken as confessed by you,
DONE AND ORITRBED this" lxth
day or July. A.D. l.">0.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court,
Dade County,- Florida.
(Circuit Court Beat)
By C. It. WILSON,
OSCAR RAPPAPORT, 1>e""ty ^
Attorney for Petitioner
741' Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
7/21-28 S/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 138902
MARTIN PLOTNICK. I'laintiff. \ s.
FREDA plotnick. Defendant.
TO: FREDA PLOTNICK
1 l7 8T. MARKS AVENUE
BROOKLYN, NEW VoKK
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
That a suit for divorce has I
brought against you by MARTIN
PLOTNICK, and you are required to
serve a copy nt your written defend -
If any, on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
land file the original in the offi,. ,,f
I the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
I before the 7 day of August, 1930, in
default of which the Bill of Uomplalnt
will he taken as confessed agains- -
Date d this 5 day of Julv. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Co it.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned is engaged in business
under the fictitious name of FLORIDA
BEVERAGE SERVICE, al S20 West
Flagler Street. Miami, Dade County,
Florida, and Intends to register the
said fictitious name In the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade
Countv. Plorlda.
BELLE GRKKNBERG
CHERTKOF and Kalish
At torneys
807 < >l> mpia Building
Miami, Florida
7/21-2! 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned Intend to register the
following name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla.
MYRON WARSHAW,
MYRON WARSHAW A CO.,
12lli N. Miami Ave.,
Miami, Fla.
MYRON WARSHAW and
DAVID WARSHAW,
ei|iial partners.
(Myron Warahaw, Inc., a Fla.
corporation, lias succeeded Myron
Warshaw A Co.)
MANFRED J. BERLINER, Any.
311 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Fla.
7 i l-L'I-L'x S/4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADK COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 134198.
JOHN B. STEVENS, Plaintiff, vs.
WILHELMINA STEVENS,
Defendant.
in WILHELMINA STEVENS
201 West llStll Street
New York, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complain! for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are hereb)
required to serve a copy of your
answer lo the Dill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the
original Answer in the office of the
Clerk of t lie Circuit Court, on or
before the 1ft day of August. 1950;
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
will he taken as confessed against you.
Dated this 1!> day of July. 1950.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. II. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for I'laintiff
120 Lincoln Rond
Miami Beach. Florida
7/21-2S S/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADK
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
134189.
ROSE LIPSoN. Plaintiff, vs. JACK
lipson. Defendant.
SUIT for DIVORCE
TO: jack LIPSON
o Lifschlts,
7:: East 94th Street
Brooklyn, New York
You, JACK LIPSON. are hereb)
notified that a Bill of Complain! for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., S2::
Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit court on or in-fore the 18 day
of August. 1950. K you fall to do s...
Judgment by default will i,e taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bin of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive Weeks
in The Jewish Horidlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18 daj of July, ad. 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By l
NOTICE IS HEREBY given, pur-
suant to the Fictitious Name St .; -
that the undersigned, desiring t. ,
gage in business Under the flctltl
name of
HALS DELICACY SHOP
(not incoriwirated)
! Normandy Drive, Miami Be h.
Florida, Intend to register.
fictitious name in, the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of D
County. Florida.
HAROLD GLIST
BEN KAMIN8KY
Owners
IRVING CVPKN
420 Lincoln ltd.
Miami Beach, Florida.
Attorney for Applicants.
7/21-28 8/4-1l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL fill 'IIT
IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY, No.
OK FLORIDA,
COUNTY.
134177.
ROSALIND M
STAN LEV T.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND Hill DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCKRY, No.
184182.
BERN ICE WEISS, Plaintiff, vs. LEO
WEISS, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LEO WEiss
I"2 Winter Avenue
St a ten Island, New York
You. LEO WEISS, arc hereby noti-
fied that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against yon,
and you are required to serve a copy
Of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, ROBERT M, DELHI,, 905
Seybold Building, Miami :t2, Florida,
and fib the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 1Mb
day of August, 1950. If you fail t., do
so. judgment by default will he taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridlan
I" iNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this ISth day of July, A.D.
19.-.0.
K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy t.'leik.
ROBERT M. DEEHL
906 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Waintiff
7/21-2S 8/4-11
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT court OF THE
I1TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 134044.
JULIA PATRICIA ELLIS, I'laintiff,
vs. ARTHUR ELLIS, Defendant.
I'o ARTHUR ELLIS
c ,. Bardls
i 'ei ry Avenue
Bayvllle, Long Island
You are hereby notified that a
Blil of Complaint for Divorce has-been
filed against you, and you arc hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, and file Un-
original Answer in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Com:, on Or
before the ll day of August, 1930;
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
win be taken as confessed
you.
Dated this 11 day of July. I I I
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court
(Circuit Court* Seal.
It. II. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/14-21-28 8/4
BEN ESSEN,. ESQ .
823 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami," Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 2t-28 n 4-11
Ft WILSON
Deputy Clerk.
WEISS, Plaintiff, vs.
WEISS, Dcfell
suit fob Divorce
TO: Mr Stanley T. Weiss
2186 Grand ConcoQrse
Bronx', New York
You, STANLEY T. WEISS,
hereby notified thai a Bill of
plaint for Invoice has been
against you,' and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answ.r or
Pleading to the Bill ,,f Complaint "ti
the plaintiff's Attorneys, ArotlovitI
and Aronovlts, 748 Seybold Bui
Miami. Florida, and file the ,,>
Answer or. Pleading in the Office .f
the 'lerk of the < "li euli "otn t o
before the |\th day of'August, i'-
If you fall to do s... judgment b>
default will be taken against yon tor
the relief demanded in the Bill of
i "omplain!.
This notice Bhnll.be published orjci
l each week for four consecutive v\
in 'The Jewish Floridlan;
DONE AND ORDERED at M in I,
Florida, this 17 daj of July, A D. '.'-"
E B, LEATHERMAN, I
Circuit Court. I Jade County, Flo i
(Circuit court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKIN
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVTTZ AND ARDNOVITZ
Al tornc\ s for Plaint Iff
I 1 21 8 l-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sunshine Sweets Sugar at r,:i N. K
21th Street, Miami, Florida, int.-mis
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
GREEN BROS., INC.
A Florida Corporation
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
Seybold Building
7 14-21-28 S/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTfCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Gene! Enterprises at P. O. Box 4987,
Miami 2s, Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
EUGENE C HEIMAN
ELMER OL1PHANT
7/7-14-21-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE.CIRCUIT court OF 'THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADK
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
134136.
ELEANOR MASHIOFF, Plaintiff, vs.
Lolls MASHIOFF, Defendant.
SUIT FOB DIVORCE
'TO: LOUIS MASHIOFF
L'^L' I West L".Ili S-i. I
Brooklyn. New York
You, LOUIS MASHIOFF, ale hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce ha- been filed against you.
and you are required i" serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading t-, the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
Attorneys, Wasman, Welnkle .v
Kessler, 346 Seybold Bldg., Miami.
Fla., end file the original Answer or
Pleading in the offli ,.f the Cli
tile CilcUit C.lllt ,.|l Or before l|]e
I3th day of August, 1950. n you fall
to do s<>. judgment by default will be
taken against you for th." relief de-,
maiui.il In the BUI of Complaint.
'This notice shall be published once
each week for foi......isecutive weeks
in 'Tin- Jew ish Floridlan.
in INK AND i IRDERED at Miami,
Fli Ida, this mil daj of July-. A.D
ijf.u.
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
ill Court, I iade Count}. !'
(Cii cull Court .Seal I
B> c. i: WILSON,
I leputj Clerk
7/21-28 >. '4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN 'Till-: Circuit uourt OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL circuit
o|- FLORIDA IN AND POR DADE
county. IN CHANCERY/ No.
134046.
WILLIAM .1 BENNETT, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY BENNETT, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY BENNETT,
4i) V.st 170th Street,
New York. New York
You. Mary Bennett, are hereby noti-
fied that Bill of Complaint foi
Divorce has ben filed agains I you,
and you ar,- required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bin of Complain) on the plaintiff's
Attorney, Fred Pine, r.lii olvmpla
Building. Miami. Florida, and file Hi-
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Clrcuil Courl
on or before the 11 day of August,
1950, if you fall to do so. Judgment
by default win be takeln against you
tor the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint.
'This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Floridlan.
DONE. AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 11 dav of Julv, AD. 1950.
E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM, W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
7/14-21-28 8/4
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JI'DIOJAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADB
COUNTY". IN CHANCERY, N<-.
138893.
ELIZABETH CURTIS, Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM WALTER CURTIS I.....
fendant.
You. WILLIAM WALTER CURTIS,
IJL'L' North Broad Street. Hill!
New Jersey, are hereby notified lal
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce li:n
1.....n filed against you, and you are
i e,|iiii ,-d to Bel y a cojij oj '
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's attoi t
MAX R SILVER, 922 Seybold BuJ
Ing, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answ.r or Pleading in
offli e "f the "l-i k oi the -'
Pourl on oi i.....re the 3rd day of
Angus:. 1950. If you fail to do so.
Judgment bj default III be I iken
aga Insl you for the relief demand I
in the Bill .,r Complaint.
i" iNE and (>R1 >i:m:i- al Ml
Florida, this ah d.,v ,.f July. :
E. U. LEATHERMAN, C4ei k,
i 'trx-ull c, i ide i 'ountj. PI n Ida.
(Circuit Coin I Seal)
l: \\ M. Wv STOCKING,
Deputy i
MAX It. SILVER
922 Seybold Building
Miami*, Florida
Al oi nev for Plaintiff ..
7,7-14-'-'l--S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND Pi >R I >ADE
CoUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
83905,
JOSEPH FEI'iEN'UAIM, Plaintiff, VS
SARAH PEK5ENBAUM, Defendant.
SUIT POR DIVORCE
I i sal.Ml PEIOENBA1 M
321 K. 83rd St I eel
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified thai a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired i'- Berve a copy <-f youi Answer
or Pleading t-> the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff- Attorney, ALFRED
P NE8BITT. 120 Lincoln Road, Mi
Bea.h, Florida, and file the orig
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or
before th- 7th da) of August, 19S0. If
you fail to do so, Judgment by default.
will be taken agaijist \,,u for
relief demanded in' the Bill of C'om-
pla Int.
'This notice shall be published
each week foi four consecutive Weeks
iii 'The Jewish Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED al Ml imi.
Florida, this 5th day of July, AD.
I960.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, C
Circuit I ,.iiri. 1 i.ob t 'oiinty, blot
(Circuit Court Seal I
B) WM. W. stock IN-:.
I >- puty Clerk.,
ALFRED F. NKSBITT
420 Line..hi Boad
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for i'laintiff
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IDAY, JULY 28. 1950 *Je*ist> florid inn PAGE-FIVE ['|jiliotishi| Between Circumcision „ Variety Children's Hospital will sponsor a luncheon and c i party at the Variety Club. the Alcazar Hotel, on M m Julv 31. at 12:30 p m. Proce will go to the hospital. Chairmen of the affair include Mrs. Hal Kopplin and Miss Dii Lanzetta, prizes: Mrs. Margan I Floyd, party: Mrs. Oscar Bloom, luncheon: Mrs. Dan Fitch, deco tions. Reservations mav be madi calling 9-9836. &f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f • &f&f %  &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f flieatet Tftfamtb @A J0S SCHUTZ BREW'HG COMPLY I %  %  5pi %  i?ii.5^-C, In Dade County sctauz u* u other brands oi package beer by a greater margin than erer before during the month oi June. Z? TY m ^ ^^tm^-^^ m rf July ll 59 M* F. Rosenb erjZ 2" U '"" •OHDINC COUfJUUJ CtoclA Mr Saul Veinsteln K^£ Mangel., &•• P. 0. Box 3A Mlaal, Florida Pear Saul* *,rlne the veek ending Ju£ ^fcJfS erer been reported to Sead^ ^e future. .^ „ ta THE BEER THAT MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS July io, 1950 Miami, Florida ap in thie grano £J7 for greater oppo^ ^ ... congratulations to £.* ^ ee **1 June !" the x month Nail and gettinp efforts extended s due to "-Beach. June vas the largest **., res PonsibiU tI( s Cordially JOS Dire UVbeelertU' ami trade area r*t i. --. nev record f n -Mi • s ;sa s s: sara COMPAII J>o t r. ly [tm^ M Sincerely, Mark F. Rosenber* Sales Manager Wxie Divi s i on MFR.-j -uot. for th h ; SSXFJSS four nen personally for thaggresslve effort exertefl ****''' ln last four months? Xerted eo that Miami And across the nation, cities chalked up record sales for Schlitz... to give Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company its biggest June business in history. HENRY E. MANGELS COMPANY — WHOLESALERS — MIAMI. FLORIDA



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Ik^wiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY )LUME 23—NUMBER 30 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS frejudiee Against Jews Found In Ls. ^Textbooks, Survey Reveals "* to the Halfa refinene., 1 extreme watchfulness in view of l n Israel. the Arabs' attempts to infiltrate At the same time the Cairo i the border not only for smuggling | radio indicated in a broadcast purposes, but also for the delivery that Egypt will use force, if neces1 of arms and the entry of fifth sary. to prevent oil tankers from columnists. I passing through the Canal on The formation of regional blocs' their way to Israel. The broadcast of nations and Israel's attiude torevealed that a number of tankers ward such blocs in the event that | passed through the canal without they are formed was discussed clearance papers, earlier at the eighth meeting of There were reports this week the conference of Israel diplomats from Cairo that shipowners have assigned to various countries. I complained about Port Said clearOne of the most important! ance delays which have often problems considered was the, involved them in uneconomic flequestion of reconsidering the Ismurrage charges Britain prorael position on the Italian tested to Egypt in May. 1949. over colonies. The discussion on this shipping detentions, claiming they issue centered about the likeliconstituted a violation of the Sue/, hood of Israel's reversing itself. Canal Convention which provided At the last U.N. General Assemfor unrestricted passage for ships Britain May Halt Arms To Egypt TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Britishcontrolled Near East broadcasting station in Cyprus this week carried a warning to Egypt indicating that Britain may cease to supply arms to Egypt should the Egvptian government persist in prohibiting British oil from in view of Israel's unfixed borPassing through the; Suez Car* blv session Israel voted to turn oi all flags in peace and war On over territory it holds to a U.N. June 20. 1949. Egypt agreed to trusteeship. However, in view of ease restrictions and cease deIsrael's experiences with the manding certificates of ultimate Jerusalem issue, the Jewish diplomats doubt that any state can be compelled to turn over territoryit holds to a U.N. trust body. destination, although it was announced that Britain considered that the relaxations did not g-> i far enough. World Agudath President Flies to Israel Rumanian Zionists Reported Arrested TEL AVIV. (JTA)—Persistent reports reaching here from Rumania indicate that more than 50 Zionist leaders in that country have been rounded up by Rumanian authorities and concentrated in one single place of detention. Among those allegedly detained are Dr. A. Benveniste, former president of the Rumanian Zionist Organization, and members of the Zionist executive in that country, including Dr. Loewenstein, B. Badi, H. Yakrakner. S. Unger, Dr. Drummer, Dan Iesanu and Michael Leiba. All of those reportedly arrested are either Mapai or General Zionist sympathizers, although one is said to be a Revisionist. No Mapam or Mizrachi leaders were detained, since they have already arrived in Israel. Dr. Jacob Rosonheim. 80 year old Orthodox Jewish leader, is shown departing from Indlewild Airport aboard a KLM Royal Dutch Airlines' "Flying Dutchman." This is the first air trip for the octogenarian who is president of the Agudath Israel World Organislaion. Dr. Rosenheim, who has resided in the U. S. for the. past ten years will take up residence in Israel where he will head the actiTities of Agudath Israel Organisation. __"" He is one of the founders of the Agudath Israel World Organization which was organised in 1912 as an international body of independent orthodox Jews striving for the recognition of the Torah. as the basis of solving Jewish problems throughout the world. •1



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PAGE EIGHT *kist fkridiar FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1 I %  %  Thalia Yaffey, Dr. Philip B. Stern Speak Vows In Garden Ceremony Personally Speaking... Mrs. Ella Simon of West Palm Beach recently left for a combined business and pleasure trip in New York and New Jersey. Mr and Mrs. Maurice Cohn. 297 Norm Hibiscus Drive, Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Michael Carter, on July 19. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sounders, 900 S.W. 3rd St., were hosts at a party Wednesday in honor of the birthday of their son, Fred. Isadore and Arch Escowitz have recently returned to their home in West Palm Beach from Steubenville, Ohio, where they ; were called by the death of their sister, Mrs. Tom Greenberg. + + Mr. and Mrs. William Albin, 6061 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach, have as their houseguest Mrs. Albin's niece,, Miss Rhoda Levine, of New York. The visitor is spending a month here. L< Before her marriage i n ^i Angeles on June 23, Mrs. FrijI Adler was Miss Alicia GulkjJ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Th3 Announcing the birth of a daughter, Mary Michelle, are j Guilds. 801 Venetian Way. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis of Sebring. The baby was born • ?,"?„£„" ba d ,. ( alten H Monday, July 24, at Mt. Sinai Hospital. The mother is the former £>" Angeles Mr Adter wh Miss Ruth Kahn, daughter of Mrs. Michael Kahn of Sebring. 8n electrical engineer, rtctiJjl Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davis of this j his Ph. D. from the CaliforcU I %  : :. ,-. n r -. '.' :: %  ecame thi f Dr. 1 B. Stern in %  ents %  'I V :: 2074 Prai Rabbis S. M. • %  : I L : Kl • 1] in ::• tchin H ilder-lengl v : vei a a nd their daughter. Zahava. Havana. Cuba. %  :' book te 01 :.. '• :. : •• ': ".':: %  • maid t honor in a toastI Chantillj e thi %  Wi liam Goldb> Dr. Stern. %  M %  : : sti : • %  • %  % %  :.:. B( city. %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Morri<= Klass returned here after a motor trip to the West Coast. While in Los Angeles and San Francisco, Mr. Klass, who is executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish ;: .-.:" p.r.k Federation, conferred with welfare fund agency executives. In ":' %  .. • San Francisco. Dr. Ema Klass attended the American Medical Association convention. The Klasses traveled all the way up to ncluded Victoria, Canada, before returning to Miami. Mrs. %  • rK ride's uncle and Dr. and Mrs. David II feld and their children. D and Jefl %  :' Washington. D. (' 3ei and Sen i Bori eir daughter. Anita, and and Sen Institute of Technology. Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper are vacationing in Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs. Herman Silverman flew to Scotland to be with her mother who is ill there. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Greenberg of Montavallo Terrace, The newlyweds are living at 163 Birmingham, Ala., announce the birth of a daughter, Carol Sue, li Beach, on Tuesday, July 18. The mother is the former Ruth Miller, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller of this city. Mr. Miller, who returned to Miami this week, is spending a week here before departing for New York. [RT-IN-n-BRG? Wolpert's Proudly Feature NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS! Sonya Friedman, Jack M. Topal Exchange Vows The Shoreham Hotel in Washington. D. C. provided the setting the wedding yf Miss Sonya Iman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedman. 2032 Alton ---.^ &f u_i K i Road. Miami Beach, to Jack M Betrothal Announced T pal, son %  Mi and Mrs Ben:: jamin Topal. Washington. The M eremony was solemnized bv the enRabbi Norman Geisonfeld on July 1. ,; u The couple exchanged vows .. l under a canopy of white carna% % %  • •• tions. valley lilies and stephanotis Mi n i Bea in l The wife, children, brothers, and sisters of Dr. Bernard DeKoven deeply mourn his loss on this, the tenth anniversary of his demise. In honor of his memory and his devotion to Zionism, his wife and children have purchased ten trees in Israel through the Jewish National Fund. urdines RUBBERMAID DISH RACK "OR BRIGHTER, NEATER CUPBOARDS 1 .95 large size %  to prevent ing. Bright kitchen fellow or white. 1.25 AND SAUCER RACK in %  How or white 1.98 RACK in red, yellow 1.59 The bride wore a gown of shell net with handkerchief hemline over ho,p skirt. Hei vei pink illusion fell from a Juliet A strand of pearls, a gift im, was the • % % % %  %  •-.' elry. Miss Shirlej Friedman, aunt of the bride, was maid of honor and Mitchell Topal served as best man ther. A in the h iti : ny. former n j s a Pem m State % %  thi s ith Pi j p to Mex %  n D H : %  ; %  %  KR0EHLER GOODYEAR HEYW00D AIRFOAM WAKEFtELD LANE MOHAWK GLAMORUGS GENERAL REMBRANDT ELECTRIC SIMMONS Fair Prices Easy Tern Ulolpert fuze Co 1200 Coral Way Happy Baty means Happy You! i white SHELF PROTECTOR SETS '3 ;o c set) r"*H'V 2.95 36" x 1PV size 3.75 BUROINE-S. 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PAGE TWELVE • Ie*i*tnrr1dlifr JTIIDAY, JULY 28. Tropical Lod£< Sp For Iftlootl For Pr Tr ipical Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will %  ive to i spitalized vi I p tt Gei %  %  spital in C Gables m M n I %  i • %  mng. July V Thi '-"lit of the Dade IB ink will t> I • %  v til ling ii i an : 10 | %  in I free i Ms will • P K< s.*li A f u oarheads Drive HI Hospital has been planned featuring a complete vaudeville unit from the Miami Daily News Youth RoundUp. directed by Betty Ward. The project is under the di: Seymour Brenner and th Knopman. Civic, veterans and v r ups in the Miami have been invited to ipate in the Blood Bank Mrs. L .,.Wilson of Tr | pter is in Ms to be provided by nd Land O'Sun D.; BLOOD BANK Of DADE COUNTY MOBILE UNIT Formulating plans for the drive to secure blood for Pratt Veterans Hospital to be held at the Miami Beach Y on Monday. July 31. are mobile nurses and Chairmen Seymour Brenner, left, and Kenneth Knopman. AVI' Auxiliary To llolil Dance L Auxiliary of the '. %  • ican Veterans I %  mid its mid-summer dance patio of the SI M n Sunday. July 30. at p.m. '• %  --'• • • nd ind will %  icing A page M and ballet will i ire Wally Spence and Comthe Five Aqua-Maniacs and Fernandes and Son. Extion dances will be presented by members of Arthur Murray Studi Pr iceeds will go towards the • %  iti in and redecoration of the rei reation room at Pratt %  %  ; :; H spital. Reservations be made by calling Muriel Lichter at 581931 or Frances Novick at 5-3762. Show For Vets The Jewish Welfare Board and all its affiliates in this area will present a gala musical show for the patients of Pratt Veterans Hospital on Sunday. July 30. according to Mrs. Harry Gordon. JWB service representative. I '-*! Prof To Read "Idiot's Delight" Sam Hirsch, professor of drama at the University of Miami, will read Robert E. Sherwood's antiwar play. "Idiot's Delight." on Tuesday. August 1. at 8:40 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel, under the auspices of Freedom House Tickets may be obtained at Pansy's Flower Shf.p 193 22nd St.. at Doubleday Book Shop. 934 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, and at Pansy Flaum's McAllister Hotel Flower Shop. Miami Rsr"--' : ~s may be made by calling 5-9783. Sunshine Flower & 4.hi Shop 1119 S. W. 27th Avenue FLORAL DECORATIONS ACUT FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASIOX F<)1 %  %  I •! Call 48-009 or 48-0237 and ask for HAROLD "SKIPPY" ROSEN The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH AcJr"? M n ih. C r mm uni, £Wide K ashru,h AMOeiation, Part.cpatmg Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warn, the public J. That only x nhcr. thi sign of the GMVH iV'tDi ,,,. %  M iy> 'I lire • ndorsed l>j the Vaad; -' T hick. • with tl GMVH i"i T D 3 %  <• %  I>> Hi.Vaad ;.kosher: !" '•' rKKHl.y KIM,KD t-hleken with the ring of th. GMVH .; market: l" .U v'aa'd ,. %  -ed For other E HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. A. M BEAR. Vice Pres. H. SOOTIN. Sec. S. LOBEL, Treas. KOSHER QUALITY) Ducted b7 L DELICATESSEN MEATS Hi-Grade Food Co. 1733 N. W. 7th Ave. Obituaries JENNIE UHP. S940 Harding Ave.. pa* ed away Jul> 21. She la survived by her husband, Philip; %  < daujMer H:IIT.-I. %  on i a id; and two %  inters. Jtrj Plotkln and Mr Dora Merrlman, both ..: N, w Y"ork Mrs I hr resided %  %  om iito Miami from New Vork. The remains were v,.;it to Far Rocknwa> for services terment b) R d. Memorial Miami H. h HARRY WAETZMAN ;,; ,.• %  Collins Ave .i resident %  yeai 'i ed thlf week M u i, tan n was I irmerlj a wholeIs reliant In Fteadp where th. Iw'd! was sen] i> \l, „ il Chapel, Miami .. %  %  and lute ment. JOSEPH LEVINE v. v -. %  %  s.w -• \ %  •• %  ,| ... h Ml !•• vine ."l IB III IVeinsleln a in iiducted i • • • .:• DORA FISHGOLD \ \\ ,| :l! -• Mi" Ri %  ; va i! re. • led f VV. % %  I I • :•.11 \ %  %  Int. %  l red In i •. BERTRAM MILLER K I. "I "' at six years. ( iunl • % %  the lion Comheart attack %  "•' sons, Jordan, of %  ),,, K „, nid r.ii %  "f Ne Vork: .. • M |{al|>h i So doi of New Voi k %  •• Irvine and Her' m in Ml iml R. ich: m ster, Hilda Miller, Miami Beach Service* were conducted .ii the Rlveraidi Mi I i -hap. I. Miami B< a. h, with Interment in Ml Nelin I 'em. ti DORA LIEBMAN 85, of 560 N W. :>iii St., paBed away this week. She leavea her husband, In rlore ins, Benjamin, Samuel M. yer; daughters, Sarah Woghln, | Alice Pent< si and Rose Parker; also j eight grandchildren. Services were %  held nt "The Miami Riverside," vv. Rlagler and 20th Ave., on Monday. Goodman Guest Speaker North Shore Jewish Center >, I R Goodman, vice president, Bay Drive Miami Beach. of the Southeastern region of the | ^ect wtH be-The Sign^ Zionist Organization of America of tnt "? %  ** Contribute and chairman of the ZJonist Jew. and the World." Council of South Florida, will be J*and Mrs Jerry Suss ,„ „ ,i„. ,,viccs FriI Wl11 be hosts a ^e Or^ ShalJ day. July 28. at 8:15 p.m. at the 1 to follow. QMen CHICKEN SoTJTs Lettesi titan ea&i! WITH MATZOH BALLS • WITH IfKREPLACH WITH • NOODLES HOROWITZ MARGARETENi CONDENSED KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS c I I s A F P o o V. tl a o E h e CLEAR The toara telli you It'i Th* Mmi Ullt you ill Koar( I 'heatrical 4roup IM.ins Boat Ilido The Theatrical Art and Social i Association will sponsor a boat, ride aboard the Dream Boat on | Tuesday, August 1, at 8:30 p.m.. according to Mrs. Ann Goldberg, financial secretary. Tickets at SI.50 are on sale at the Franklin Hotel. Miami Beach, and reservations may be made by calling 5-5541. Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-68M "A GOOD NAME Is more to be treasured than riches." 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PAGE FOUH -Jenist fkrHi&r FRIDAY, JULY 28 v EDITORIAL IVY. Itlou To Itai itilism Much baa been said fa* and :".:.: %  the United Nationj as an instrumentality -: -*-:;:e _-. :_troubled world .'-.zee:: ol •..-.-= rr.;rr.e.--..-.e UM .; :.-.: .-. %  pu! lc its Beveresl test rr.c DO ;r.e today can foretell whether w not ii will succeed in %  • • '•V %  'Korean r.-.s.s and thus avoid the a..-.ge; .: imminent world war But -..-. other fronts the United Nationi auieily and unspectaeularJy .= conducting z ~zz:'^.-.zi\ campaign striking, ai the rery roots oi irar iteeii— reity and ignorance In most instance* ;ts activities are smai] in eomparisoa with e s evolved bui they represent a st ach •: the tout :: making The '-'•• attack on the causes -.: won %  %  ---••study :: raciclisrn conducted si ie 'Jnitec Nose: Ed --•• ---•• %  %  --. ._...'. "—" -----. t on the %  -' ere is nc basic 1 %  -?** 3tu ;..-.-. Crowites and Jew*= Nor racic! con:mbeddec Intolerance overcome that easily But -%  Fre id:ce is based on '%  '%  •' %  -%  be combatted by ed%  %  e rent mat the • '• --^ .. ': v'.-'"on .'.•: spread far par -.elementary teachi Capitoi Spotlight 3&f J ./.W.. On I#i# #ofr If the newspaper headlines are reminisce, 1 the all-too-recent World War U, the Jewish too is beginning to assume that slant. A ref 6 1 %  from the Jewish Welfare Board sounds like scT* i thing that happened a few years ago and I beginning all over again. It reads: "Special supplies of religious articles kosher food have been rushed to military QM naval installations all along the Pacific CoastkP meet the religious and morale needs of Jew personnel in the armed forces leaving f or ju Korean war. The supplies are being pi^ aboard Army transports and ships of the Norand are also being distributed at all troop col centration points while additional shipments an being sent to all American installations in the 1 Pacific." The nightmare of another war has berninl again, yet even the staunchest peace advocate will have to agree that it was inevitable ad unavoidable. If only the conflagration could be confined to that one outburst of fighting without the danger) cf spreading and consuming the rest of the world' Hartford Jewish Ledger. ----•-•.-.-.-.-.-.•.-.-...-........... v ...... _. %  : "' %  % %  nd %  • %  • • %  • • %  .: • %  %  %  • •; % %  m .' n the E %  -.-... • ll • %  %  %  ''. the ,. .. plaint that • ntei luesi we Amu '.'•' %  %  be fair 1 these boj • : %  %  I %  % %  tinj nfi % %  % % %  %  %  % %  ib.:. port conden ned McCarthy upheld the ,'-... %  treatment ol 3*V :;, : Sw"! McCarthys allegation the ommit%  • %  -' • ••certain to damage the American position in Germany. As a result of Mctho J eal action against nf. ed kill. £j any eluded The c %  %  % %  % %  %  pr mxi %  ; -' integrity ot the ,"' exploiU Mc• eed .:.:.-. aid R can in %  ; %  !tnate ib-comrmtte. Defen e D 'thei appropriate ild carefully investi%  P ibility of the exi tTHE CLIMB IS HARD— Cross Burnings, Hoods Banned !n West Palm Beach %  %  %  i n .'. • • %  Hinting ; • .: .• ,: %  ently that h. %  % %  • %  l %  : %  : %  H( :.: %  I bin "' He novitz thai %  '•' %  % %  thy of a %  : :. Cl %  nti Si sported in thi* -. %  %  ti ed that hi • I %  .. exi ...ned it. an : : ;'• % % % % %  anti-Sei iti ii •• I hav. i] ;. : : %  • th. Senat with me that the I"-' •-' thai he mentions two •;•" %  pl< kes it anti-Semitic than it would been anti-Germanic, had he mentioned two Germans The letter in which McCarthy saw no anti-Semitism contained a number ol slurs. Attacking Red '"""ration it sa:d: -Here's what happened: Y.,une men with new Weas came into the State Department and other department? li'aM r K n kfU -"' •' "• V taught them guile." Close's bigoted views are well fnown. Many pages of thAntiLi'-famation Leai u are devoted to his activiti. 2 nlv does Clos. express pro,"' : entiment but eat lengths on the J, question." In I -thirty '•on Amerirans of Geramn anJI th e nP r< %  Nation 1 B nai B nth sn3"h ;: -''" n l ; v ,n ,h n w : infamous S. h ^, h !f^ revealed that M (..rthys "facts" were furnished by persons of questionable every part of the world, they will be valuable in fighting these evils. World War II would nc! have been possible had not Hitler and h>s bullies successfully preached their brand of racial superiority. By striking a blow at racialism, UNESCO has helped to weaken one potential factor in the waging of war today. U.S. To Participate In World Maccabiah By ROBKKT MORRISON National Jew Welfare Gr %  %  % % %  g -nd Irwin D % %  : %  •' Ii tennis stars; Hartley Leu Omelet henko and %  % %  rushed l : -, r V" est-known Jew-, Grossberger, track stars: Sallv --, J •' / ewitz and Eve Chen, • J n ? l9Jo "M" 1 in ItoO women s fencing, and AI K P waived pt.th. National Jewish Welfare l er, Marcel Lorand and eeting. Board will cooperate in the seStrauch, fencers Howard Rubin. The "•'•'"" ot the team which will the captain of the University %  •S"%w e h, ^ h ta .^VM. Conn r icutirackieam i '%¡ \%oria -MaccaOinn to be held ceived serious rnn^iHnrutii.i letter m September 27 to October 9! J ,." consideraUoi Bill Hen in : ihe L.S. team that' will :epr Harr 3 D Henshe. „ gS^?wBj.'JSSjSi '• chairman of the selection JS^ *$£. f*S f ^* ^Ti %  irned here several week committee. Col. Henshel and Mr. evlnt fr.V th 1 pM Ornstein are co-chairman of the the lasl year by catime ; the the .urning-c:. without permission from the r;,i,i <" ','"'. *** %  • iu owner where the cross ^ r ^Snf r ^ AAU and U, AH in a11 th ^ 1950 World be burned and without perH^roki Vimmf S mm V. a nd Mac T ca biah will be a good preview the city commisa member oT?h^wK MaM J lor J ^ lsh athletes who will con £:on PhvMcl v JW B NaUonal pete in the next Olympiad at physical Education and Health.Helsinki in 1951 comal •MtffMltin 1 government a gener % % %  %  • • : V %  •;;'; J-* c 3.0 v • tion\7mmitL Cha a !" o Possibility of ?So •sketball and voliej n whRh the United SI SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On* Year $300 Two Year* $5 00 gressional Lobby Act. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 Volume 23 Number FRIDAY. JULY 28. 1950 AV 14. 5710 30



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UDAY. JULY 28, 1950 +Jewish ncrMian PAGE FIFTEEN LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i HICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage in i in-ss under the fictitious nami' of fc INKLES LIQUOR 8TORE8 at 1127 Khington Avenue, Miami Beach, da, inti'iid to register said name |th the Clerk of thf Circuit Court |>nde County. Florida. CARL WBINKLE 'ARON WEINKLE LEO A. CIIAIKIN' |'EBB, HEIMAN & KAPLAN rneva for Applicants 1-11-18 NOTICE THE CIRCUIT Clil'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, NO. SsKPl'l EDWARD FAIR. IMaintlff, MARIAN FAIR, Defendant. MARIAN FAIR. ID316 Rarratt Avenue Cleveland, Ohio. >U ARE REQUIRED to serve a ,,f yiiur Answer to the BUI of iplalnt for divorce on plaintiff's rney and file your original Answer le office of the Clerk of the Circuit n of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit nd for Dade Comity, on or before 21 day of August, 1950 or a Decree Confesso will be entered against feted: July 21. 19."i0. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Iicuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JTt.. Deputy Clerk. l.TUX R MANNHEIMER forney for I'laintiff Lincoln Road >mi Beach. Florida %  1-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |OTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage in Bness under the fictitious name of jque Tailor* at 9523 Harding Ave., Bide, Intend! to register said tame ill,clerk of the Circuit Court of Countv. Florida. HVMAN OARELICK 1.21-28 8 I NOTICE TO CREDITORS rill-: COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IRIDA. IN PROBATE, No. ESTATE OP %  :NA COOK, >ecea8ed, il Creditors and All Persons llnvc'hums or Demands Against Said %  tate: i ind each of you, are hereby tied and required to present any pis and demands which you, oi £t of you, may have against the "e of Lenn Cook, deceased, late kde County, Florida, to the Hon. f. Blanton, Count) Judge of Dade kty. anil file the sum, In bis office fenCounty Courthouse in Dade It.\. Florida, within eight calendar 111from the date of the first at Ion hereof. Snid claims or ded to contain the legal address the claimant and to he sworn to resented as aforesaid, or same be barred. See Section 120 of the "'"bate Act. ite July 18, AD. 19.-.0. ALBERT COOK, Executor of the Last Win and %  -lament of Lena o,*ok, Daeased. IIS, HEIMAN & %  KAPLAN •i.-ys for Executor t-ll NOTICE BY PUBLICATION HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT [>P FLORIDA, IN AND POR DADE N'l'V. IN CHANCERY, No. 7i. IP.ROLL WILLLVM RUl'P. Plainll. vs. HELEN MADELINE RUPP, i fendant. 1 HELEN MADELINE RUPP, f East Market. [I Isonburg, Virginia i are required to serve a copy our answer to the UU1 of Conii"i Divorce on the plaintiff's oin.y. and to file the original BWer in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court on Or before the >re filed herein, will be taken %  • Bsed bj you. J led .it Miami, Florida, this the |' of July, I960. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Cunt, Dad,County, Florida. f ill Court Seal) By WM. \V. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. • .nd \,M...., S ,,f Intiffs Solicitor: I.To.N A. FRIEDMAN, Seybold Building, Florida, 28 8/4 [NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW "TICK is HEREBY GIVEN that luderslfrned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of Court a< 7:13 Michigan Avenue. Beach, intend to register said With the. Clerk -of the Circuit HI of i iade Countv, Florida. JAO >B BNEIDER ,, JENNIE SNEIDER 1-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of •DLRELI^A CHILDREN'S SHOP N.E. 1st street, Miami, Intends %  "Bister Raid name with the Clerk It he circuit Court of Dade Countv, Ida, JACK IloliNKR. INC. (AUK, PKARI.MAN ,v Cl lOPER Jpri eyp f,„. AppHoanl B -28 8/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I. NAME LAW [OI ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i undersigned, desiring to engage In n.icss under the fictitious name of 8ATr| -ROAST at L'lfi ttji Stict. •" i Reach. Plorlda, intend to is er s n ,| ,,.,„,,, „., Ul )h| ,.|,.,. k ( r "<'Ult Court of Dade County, JACK BERKS fcl-,„, '( "" EBEXSTEIN pi-.lil PARDO prney for Applicants i: 2 "8 v, 8; l 4 d -i, u d 1K LEGAL NOTICE .v. „ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT !• F J:, ( > ,! m A IN AN l '" olt DADK ruiin ~~ CHANCERY, No. TE88IE IMPAVIDO, Plaintiff, vs b'ALVATORE IMPAVIDO, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BALVAToRE IMI'AVlDo 2.133 East 6th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. You, BALVATORE IMPAVIDO, are hereby notiried that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Ri-..\ KSSE.N ESQ., 823 Seybold ltldg., Miami] Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the IS day of August, 1050. If vou fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Floridlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this IS day of July, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. R. WILSON, Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN, ESQ.. 823 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida Attorney for I'laintiff 7/21-28 8/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAYORS and also MAYOR JEWELRY, at 16 N. E1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL GETZUQ ELSIE GETZUG IRVING A. GETZUG Applicants MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 7/21-28 8/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. IS4T99. DANIEL E, DALY, Plaintiff, vs. VIRGINIA M DALY. Defendant. TO: VIRGINIA M. DALY c o Larkln 443 E. 186th Street Bronx .",7. New York VoU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st day of August, I960, In the above entitled cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED this isth day of July. I960. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal! By R. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. GENET & GENET 4:'n Lincoln Road .Miami Beach. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 7/21-28 8/4-11 LEGAL NOTICE ,. ^.. NOTICE T O APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,L'' K Y!: : > r JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AM) FOR DADE COUNTY. &? !" CHANCERY, Case Kl i : KI ,',v;.,), IS "ER, Complainant, vs. %  ,•,." %  o',',.', '•' ls,l ':it. Defendant. TO PORTER •; FISHER, .3 Grandview Avenue, Huntlngton. Long Island, N. Y. lo BERTRAM R COLEM W Attorney for Porter Q, Fisher, sitoreiand Arcade, Miami, Florida: .Yc ". ,J I < h by notified that the Plaintiff herein. FREDA V. FISHER has on this date filed a motion for final Judgment for arrears in support and maintenance and to compel defendant to convey certain property A hearing on said motion will be heard on the 31st day of August [950 at 9:31) o'clock A.M., or as soon thereafter as counsel may be heard before the Hon. Stanley Milledge in nis Chambers at the Dade County Courthouse, Miami, Florida, at which time and place you are required to appear personally or through counsel. i lease govern yourselves accordbated: June 30th, 1930. K. B, LEATHERMAN, ,<-.. •. ~ Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Onurt Seal) By L. O. MOORE, MORTON ROTHENBKR,; PUty ""* %  Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 7/7-14-21-28 LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE fO' !" TY. — IN CHANCKRY, No. 133870. IN RK: ADOPTION OF ROBERT TEOFlMt DUMENIGO, a minor TO: TKOFILO FERMIN DUMENIGO No. 2, St. Rafael, Camaguey, Cuba Yo u are hereby notified that AARON DIXON and JUDITH DIXo.V, his wife, have filed a petition for the legal adoption of KOBKltT TEOFI1X) DUMENIGO, Vnu 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, Florida, on or before 3 day of August, 1950: and if you fail to do so a decree pro confesso may be entered against you in such suit. Dated July 3, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By W.\l. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. T. R. NELSON Solicitor for Petitioners 412 Congress Bldg. Miami, Florida 7/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Auditorium (lift Shop at number 1M3 Washington Avenue in the City of Miami Beacl), Florida. intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE GOLDBERG 7/7-14-21-28 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT u, TDK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FoR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 124193, In the Matter of: ADOPTION BY HERBERT' II. MAI LAND, „f ROBERT II. KOSTOFF TO: JOHN PAUL KOSTOFF HURLKYVILLK. NEW YORK You are hereby notified thai a petition for adoption has been filed Tor the adoption of the minor child, ROBERT II. KOSTOFF, In the above styled Court,, by the Petitioner In the above %  .i use Such petition is filed against vou as the natural parent of this minor child and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer or objections to the granting of said petition of adoption on the petitioner's attorney and file the original thereof in the office of the Clerk of the Court on or before the lfcth day of August, A.D. lft.'iO, otherwise said petition Of adoption heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you, DONE AND ORITRBED this" lxth day or July. A.D. l.">0. • %  E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court, Dade County,Florida. (Circuit Court Beat) By C. It. WILSON, OSCAR RAPPAPORT, 1>e "" ty ^ Attorney for Petitioner 741' Seybold Building Miami, Florida 7/21-28 S/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 138902 MARTIN PLOTNICK. I'laintiff. \ s. FREDA PLOTNICK. Defendant. TO: FREDA PLOTNICK 1 l7 8T. MARKS AVENUE BROOKLYN, NEW VoKK YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED That a suit for divorce has I brought against you by MARTIN PLOTNICK, and you are required to serve a copy nt your written defend If any, on the Plaintiff's Attorney, land file the original in the offi,. ,,f I the clerk of the Circuit Court on or I before the 7 day of August, 1930, in • default of which the Bill of Uomplalnt will he taken as confessed againsDate d this 5 day of Julv. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Co it. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF 420 Lincoln Road Miami Bench, Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff 7/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS • NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned is engaged in business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE, al S20 West Flagler Street. Miami, Dade County, Florida, and Intends to register the said fictitious name In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Plorlda. BELLE GRKKNBERG CHERTKOF AND KALISH At torneys 807 < >l> mpia Building Miami, Florida 7/21-2! 8/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Intend to register the following name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla. MYRON WARSHAW, MYRON WARSHAW A CO., 12lli N. Miami Ave., Miami, Fla. MYRON WARSHAW and DAVID WARSHAW, ei|iial partners. (Myron Warahaw, Inc., a Fla. corporation, lias succeeded Myron Warshaw A Co.) MANFRED J. BERLINER, Any. 311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 7 i l-L'I-L'x S/4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY. FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No. 134198. JOHN B. STEVENS, Plaintiff, vs. WILHELMINA STEVENS, Defendant. in WILHELMINA STEVENS 201 West llStll Street New York, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complain! for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are hereb) required to serve a copy of your answer lo the Dill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of t lie Circuit Court, on or before the 1ft day of August. 1950; otherwise the allegations of said Bill will he taken as confessed against you. Dated this 1!> day of July. 1950. E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. II. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for I'laintiff 120 Lincoln Rond Miami Beach. Florida 7/21-2S S/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 134189. ROSE LIPSoN. Plaintiff, vs. JACK LIPSON. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JACK LIPSON %  o Lifschlts, 7:: East 94th Street Brooklyn, New York You, JACK LIPSON. are hereb) notified that a Bill of Complain! for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., S2:: Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit court on or in-fore the 18 day of August. 1950. K you fall to do s... Judgment by default will i,e taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bin of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each Week for four consecutive Weeks in The Jewish Horidlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 18 daj of July, AD. 1950 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By l NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the Fictitious Name St .; %  that the undersigned, desiring t. gage in business Under the flctltl name of HALS DELICACY SHOP (not incoriwirated) Normandy Drive, Miami Be h. Florida, Intend to register. fictitious name in, the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of D County. Florida. HAROLD GLIST BEN KAMIN8KY Owners IRVING CVPKN 420 Lincoln ltd. Miami Beach, Florida. Attorney for Applicants. 7/21-28 8/4-1l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL fill 'IIT IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY, No. OK FLORIDA, COUNTY. — 134177. ROSALIND M STAN LEV T. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Hill DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCKRY, No. 184182. BERN ICE WEISS, Plaintiff, vs. LEO WEISS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LEO WEiss I"2 Winter Avenue St a ten Island, New York You. LEO WEISS, arc hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against yon, and you are required to serve a copy Of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, ROBERT M, DELHI,, 905 Seybold Building, Miami :t2, Florida, and fib the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1Mb day of August, 1950. If you fail t., do so. judgment by default will he taken against vou for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridlan I" iNE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this ISth day of July, A.D. 19.-.0. K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy t.'leik. ROBERT M. DEEHL 906 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida Attorney for Waintiff 7/21-2S 8/4-11 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 134044. JULIA PATRICIA ELLIS, I'laintiff, vs. ARTHUR ELLIS, Defendant. •I'o ARTHUR ELLIS c ,. Bardls i 'ei ry Avenue Bayvllle, Long Island You are hereby notified that a Blil of Complaint for Divorce has-been filed against you, and you arc hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file Unoriginal Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Com:, on Or before the ll day of August, 1930; otherwise the allegations of said Bill win be taken as confessed you. Dated this 11 day of July. I I I K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court (Circuit Court* Seal. It. II. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 7/14-21-28 8/4 BEN ESSEN,. ESQ 823 Seybold Bldg., Miami," Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 7 2t-28 N 4-11 Ft WILSON Deputy Clerk. WEISS, Plaintiff, vs. WEISS, Dcfell SUIT FOB DIVORCE TO: Mr Stanley T. Weiss 2186 Grand ConcoQrse Bronx', New York You, STANLEY T. WEISS, hereby notified thai a Bill of plaint for Invoice has been against you,' and you are required to serve a copy of your Answ.r or Pleading to the Bill ,,f Complaint "ti the plaintiff's Attorneys, ArotlovitI and Aronovlts, 748 Seybold Bui Miami. Florida, and file the ,,> Answer or. Pleading in the Office .f the • 'lerk of the < "li euli "otn t o before the |\th day of'August, i'If you fall to do s... judgment b> default will be taken against yon tor the relief demanded in the Bill of i "omplain!. This notice Bhnll.be published orjci l each week for four consecutive v\ in 'The Jewish Floridlan; DONE AND ORDERED at M in I, Florida, this 17 daj of July, A D. '.'-" E B, LEATHERMAN, I Circuit Court. I Jade County, Flo i (Circuit court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKIN Deputy Clerk. ARONOVTTZ AND ARDNOVITZ Al tornc\ s for Plaint Iff I 1 21 8 l-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Sunshine Sweets Sugar at r,:i N. K 21th Street, Miami, Florida, int.-mis to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GREEN BROS., INC. A Florida Corporation MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant Seybold Building 7 14-21-28 S/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTfCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Gene! Enterprises at P. O. Box 4987, Miami 2s, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EUGENE C HEIMAN ELMER OL1PHANT 7/7-14-21-28 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE.CIRCUIT COURT OF 'THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 134136. ELEANOR MASHIOFF, Plaintiff, vs. Lolls MASHIOFF, Defendant. SUIT FOB DIVORCE 'TO: LOUIS MASHIOFF L'^L' I West L".Ili S-i. I Brooklyn. New York You, LOUIS MASHIOFF, ale hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce habeen filed against you. and you are required i" serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading t-, the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorneys, Wasman, Welnkle .v Kessler, 346 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla., end file the original Answer or Pleading in the offli ,.f the Cli tile CilcUit C.lllt ,.|l Or before l|]e I3th day of August, 1950. n you fall to do s<>. judgment by default will be taken against you for th." relief de-, maiui.il In the BUI of Complaint. 'This notice shall be published once each week for foi isecutive weeks in 'TinJew ish Floridlan. in INK AND i IRDERED at Miami, Fli • Ida, this mil daj of July-. A.D ijf.u. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ill Court, I iade Count}. !•' (Cii cull Court .Seal I B> c. i: WILSON, I leputj Clerk 7/21-28 >. '4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN 'Till-: CIRCUIT UOURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT o|FLORIDA IN AND POR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY/ No. 134046. WILLIAM .1 BENNETT, Plaintiff, vs. MARY BENNETT, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARY BENNETT, 4i) V.st 170th Street, New York. New York You. Mary Bennett, are hereby notified that %  Bill of Complaint foi Divorce has ben filed agains I you, and you ar,required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bin of Complain) on the plaintiff's Attorney, Fred Pine, r.lii olvmpla Building. Miami. Florida, and file Hioriginal Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Clrcuil Courl on or before the 11 day of August, 1950, if you fall to do so. Judgment by default win be takeln against you tor the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. 'This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Floridlan. DONE. AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this 11 dav of Julv, AD. 1950. E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM, W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk. 7/14-21-28 8/4 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JI'DIOJAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADB COUNTY". — IN CHANCERY, N<-. 138893. ELIZABETH CURTIS, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM WALTER CURTIS I fendant. You. WILLIAM WALTER CURTIS, IJL'L' North Broad Street. Hill! New Jersey, are hereby notified lal a Bill of Complaint for Divorce li:n 1 n filed against you, and you are i e,|iiii ,-d to Bel y • %  a COJIJ oj Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attoi t MAX R SILVER, 922 Seybold BuJ Ing, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answ.r or Pleading in offli e "f the "l-i k oi the -' Pourl on oi i re the 3rd day of Angus:. 1950. If you fail to do so. Judgment bj default III be I iken aga Insl you for the relief demand I in the Bill .,r Complaint. i" iNE AND (>R1 >i:m:ial Ml Florida, this ah d.,v ,.f July. : E. U. LEATHERMAN, C4ei k, i 'trx-ull c, •. i ide i 'ountj. PI n Ida. (Circuit Coin I Seal) l: \\ M. Wv STOCKING, Deputy i MAX It. SILVER 922 Seybold Building Miami*, Florida Al oi nev for Plaintiff .. 7,7-14-'-'l--S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND Pi >R I >ADE CoUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, 83905, JOSEPH FEI'iEN'UAIM, Plaintiff, VS SARAH PEK5ENBAUM, Defendant. SUIT POR DIVORCE I i SAL. Ml PEIOENBA1 M 321 K. 83rd St I eel Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified thai a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required i'Berve a copy <-f youi Answer or Pleading t-> the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffAttorney, ALFRED P NE8BITT. 120 Lincoln Road, Mi Bea.h, Florida, and file the orig Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or before th7th da) of August, 19S0. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default. will be taken agaijist \,,u for relief demanded in' the Bill of C'ompla Int. 'This notice shall be published each week foi four consecutive Weeks iii 'The Jewish Floridlan. DONE AND ORDERED al Ml imi. Florida, this 5th day of July, AD. I960. E. B. LEATHERMAN, C Circuit I ,.iiri. 1 i.ob t 'oiinty, blot (Circuit Court Seal I B) WM. W. STOCK IN-:. I >puty Clerk., ALFRED F. NKSBITT 420 Line..hi Boad Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for i'laintiff 7/7-14-21-28


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\TDAY, JULY 28. 1950 ".*>• #cf finrklinti PAGE ELEVEN ienters Association Assists iroups With Programming By LOUISE ALPERT Chairman, Program Committee, Jewish Centers Association In the earlier articles in this ii -c you have been told how %  e Jewish Centers Association Bine into existence and the way which it has been organized in % der to give the best service to be cntiic community. Today, we nil tell you how the Jewish enters Association will serve I DU and your organization in tiler that the entire Jewish com' %  unity can have the benefits of %  well-planned leisure time prt>lam. | ally, the responsibility for am planning rests with your j irn organization—your comI %  unity center, your synagogue %  sure time program and your : puth or adult club group. The I t agency is set up to help lake possible the kinds of pro-| ams those groups want for their Ic.'iibership by combining the efIrls and abilities of the entire Immunity. The committee set up thi Jewish Centers Assosiation n programs has on it those Idividuals from the member Y who have had experience programming in their own %  pups and who will bring to each [1 .11 that they lave learned Din these experiences. Then, bm our combined experiences 111 develop plans, resources and jtdership which can be utilized all leisure-time agencies. \i this time the Jewish Centers ition sees its basic proamnung responsibility in four i. of service. This does not bclude future expanding of the btral agency's function in this la should either it or the memagencies feel the need. (1> The development of mass jvity on a county-wide basis — bably none of us who belongs irganizations has not had the %  erience of wanting to plan lain types of programs and pi found the organization was large enough to undertake Bse pi grams on its own. Foi ample: Many organizations plan or concert series and have I hey are limited by the size audience and the expense I in the speakers and the '' I hey could bring to Miami. groups may have considtheir own orchestra, choral ittle theater groups but have liable to begin them alone. mes it is a lack of interest nt; at other times the dif! nf one organization's obthe leadership necessary. 9 your organization did I i after, a great deal of in sponsoring programs which you felt to be of general interest to the community, only to learn that your efforts had been duplicated in one or several other organizations. In order to avoid such duplication of efforts and to make available to all the best possible talent your central agency plans to initiate on a county-wide basis the kind of mass programs the member agencies want to make available to their membership. (2) The development of a resource file and consultative programming service—For many of us who have served on organization program committees the problem of finding the kind of 1 logram which will appeal to our memberships has come up again and again. Usually, we've done a good job of planning programs but probably at one time or another all of us have wished there was some place we could turn to for help in this. '' %  alizinfl the need of organizations particularly adult groups. for this kind of service, the Jewish Centers Association is planning to develop a resource file to which these groups can look for personnel, program materials and program equipment. In addition, there will be a professional staff available for these organizations to consult in developing program. (3) Leadership training fa) On the Adult and YoungAdult level— The Jewish CenterAssociation, through its professional staff and specialists in various fields when necessary. will offer leadership training programs to members of organizations in this age group. For example, there is consideration being given of conducting a newspaper clinic for chairmen of Ipuolicity committees, into which can be brought the best available j newspaper and public relations i people in the area to discuss the work of these committees and help organizations learn to develop better publicity programs. There can, as well, be clinics for membership chairmen, social, educational or any other phases of group leadership the member organizations fool are needed (b) On the Youth level — The Jewish Centers Association has already assumed responsibility in this area. The county-wide trainling program for day camp (counselors is our first example j of the effectiveness of central I planning and organization in training for group leadership. j This joint training program made j available the best personnel in the area for the program. Similar i training programs are planned for 1 all group leaders having responsibility for working with the youth groups. i4) One of the most important responsibilities of the Jewish Ci nters Association will be to establish criteria for programming on all age levels, and to continue to evaluate and reevaluate what is happening in the community programatically. An example of this would be in the day camps. This year, when the out-lying areas decided to have summer day camps, your central agency helped them esi tablish these. When their programs were worked out. they >nc*. I the high standards which the Jewish community had come to %  expect in their already established centers (the Miami Jewish Community Center and the Miami Beach YM & WHA). Because of central planning and organization, parents in making the decision Members of the Beach Y art group sketch frc m life. Where to send their children could know that program standards were similar in all nn iebi r agencies. At the end of the day camp season, this year's program will be evaluated in order to determine its effectiveness and the ways in which there ma; changes and improvements. W this continuing re-evaluation programming, the c immunity i be assured of a dynamic prog in the leisure time field growing and expanding with the needs oi the Jewish community. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. 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ID AY. JULY 28. 1950 vJewlsti ncrkflan PAGE NINE (jrol Kay Schwartz lects August (J Personally Speaking ^" %  S to **r Carol Kay Schwartz >lanning an August 6 wedding Miss Carol Kay Schwartz, lose betrothal to Simon E. p.sky. son of the Nathan Lipskys, S.W. 1st St.. has been aninced by her parents, Mr. and s. Lnuis Schwartz, 1020 S.W. St. The noon garden ceremony |! be followed by a luncheon, • r which the couple will itymoon in New York. The bride-elect, formerly of kv York, attended Hunter Colie before entering the UniIsity of Miami. She is past sid< nt of Gamma Alpha Chi, lien's professional advertising srnity, and is president of the ekster's Club. [r. Lipsky attended Pittsburgh Miami schools and served in Navy two years. Irs. John Lloyd and Stanley ibor will attend the couple. 'lene Sissleman [trothal Told Ir. and Mrs. Harry Sissleman, %  Michigan Aw., Miami Beach, announcing the betrothal of daughter, Arlene, to Albert t>el. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam beJ, 901 Collins Ave., Miami |ch. The couple will be feted a dinner party at Betty's {staurant on Sunday. 'lie bride-elect graduated from %  ami Beach High School and Ic-nded the University of Miami. I( is secretary of Clara Hirsh f i Chapter of B'nai B'rith imp Women. 1M" Reibel attended City Col%  of New York and is now nated with the Reibel Conduction Company. wedding will take place in ".ember. May We Suggest M \U yner is Violin and irchestra • or A'.l Your Social Functions idings, Bar Mitzvahs. Lawn Partief PHONE 83-7581 Emanuel Stadlan. who recently qraduated from the University of Wisconsin, is vacationinq with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan, Miami Beach, prior to entering medical schocl at Wisconsin in the fall. Mrs. Stadlan and her daughter, Adinah, attended the commencement ceremonies. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Hesrman have as houseguest in their new home. 5315 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Mr. Herman's sister, Dr Sophia H. Nabut, of Philadelphia. The Hermans are also enterTaining their sister-in-law, Mrs. Sylvia Herman, and her daughter. Billie, who are guests at the Shelborne Hotel. Mr Herman is associated with the Shelborne Hotel dining room. Following a major operation at Duke Hospital, N. C, Mrs. Yetta Moss is convalescing at the home ot her bwn, Morns Moss, West Palm Beach. Announcing the birth of a son are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Feinstein of Lake Wales. Mrs. Feinstein is the former Florence Rich of Miami Beach. The bris took place last Sunday. Present frcm Miami were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman a*u mr. ana Mrs. Al Ring. On a 38-day cruise to South America aboard the SS Uruguay are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, 600 East DiLido Drive. Miami Beach, and their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling, 321 East DiLido Drive. Miami Beach. Included in their itinerary will be Trinidad, Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Montevideo and Buenos Aires. Miss Myrna Sandier. 1758 S.W. 23rd St., was recently awarded a four-week scholarship to Habonim Camp Kvutza, Annapolis, Md., by the Miami Labor Zionist Council. She left Tuesday morning and will return to Miami on August 28. Myrna is corresponding secretary of the Miami Habonim. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rothman, Royal Palm Hotel, Miami Beach, returned here this week after a three-week vacation at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof and Mrs. Sidney Alterman left this week by motor for a three-week sojourn in New York. En route they will stop in East Stroudsburg, Pa., where they will visit Mrs. Alterman's children who are in camp here. Fred A. Sandier represented the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. as the leading agent for 1949 at the annual dinner given last week by the General Agents and Managers Association of Miami. This is the fifth consecutive year Mr. Sandier has represented his agency as the leader. Miamians vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C include Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Spector, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Baer, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bukatman, daughter, Mattye, and son, Barry. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Strobel, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Lipkin, Miss Elsie Katz, Miss Arline Morris, Mis* Betty Waldman, Jack Korn, Maurice Roth, Sidney Rcth and Jack Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Habif of Havana, Cuba, and their ^Mdren arp occupying the penthouse at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach, for the summer. The Habifs are owners of the El Patio Shop in Havana. Mrs. M. Eisman and her son of Brooklyn, N. Y., are in Miami visiting her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Elix Hinkes, 2375 S.W. 10th St. The visitors will remain here until the middle of August. -fc %  Vacationing in Miami Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Poster of Staten Island, N. Y. During their stay, they are beiny entertained by Mrs. Poster's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Solomon, who recently moved into their new home at 711 West 51st St., Miami Beach. The Solomons' son, Irving, and his family are also here and plan to make Miami their home. Mr. and Mrs. David Gross returned to their hcme in Miami leach last weekend, after spendina the past three weeks at duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. \ams Aides Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. has named Mrs. H. C. Moser chairman of the Hadassah Medical Organization for the coming_year. Installation is scheduled for early October. Others named to coordinate activities in the 11 groups which comprise the Greater Miami Chapter include Mrs. Leonard Barr, Youth Aliyah; Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, youth services; Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, Jewish National Fund; Mrs. Herbert Gutman, Hadassah supplies; Mrs. Al Osheroff, youth activities; Mrs. Fred Jonas, membership; Mrs. Leo Levin, education. Also slated to serve are Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, program; Mrs. Louis Gidney, publicity; Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, radio; Mrs. Alexander Kogan, senior-junior; Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, games; Mrs. Leo Chaikin. reward luncheon; Mrs. Morris Skop, American affairs; Miss Lillian Goodman, spoons and Chi cards; Mrs. Leon Ell, trees; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, organization. COLOR MOVIES Of Your Wedding, Birthday Party And Other Private Affairs SY LIPPMAN 1630 S.W. 10th St. 9-7934 USE THESE COLUMNS FOR YbUR LEGAL ADVERTISING PHONE 2-1141 MARTHA RAYE I Famed movie and stage star, and I part owner of the Five O'clock I Club, says: "During my long j career in Hollywood and New York where movie and stage pro: duction requirements will admit I of nothing short of perfection, I I came to realize how important %  are the little details of any underi taking. Now that I live in Miami Beach I make occasional trips to nearby foreign tourist centers, and I alwavs use the facilties of | FARR TRAVEL SERVICE, because they use the same high standards of service to which I am accustomed." • %  FARR TICKETS TOURS CRUISES Does the Mundt Bill mean jail for YOl ? LISTEN Saturday. July 29th WIOO 610 on the dial 10:00 P. M. Debate moderated by Frederick S. Grossberg. Miami Attorney. President of the Stephen and Louise Wise Chapter. A. J. C "~ Speakers: John Barclay Orr, Jr., attorney. Dade County Executive Secretary Pepper Campaign; Thomas J. Kelly, Commander, Harvey Seeds Post, American Legion; Jack O. Gordon, realtor, Miami Beach Housing Authority, leader in veterans' affairs. Monday. July 31st WMIE 1140 on the dial 10:30 P. M. Moderator: Rev. Robert B. Giffen. Executive Secretary of the Greater Miami Council of Churches. Speakers: Mr. Edward Chambers, President of Oistrict 100 of the International Association of Machinists; Mr. Burne't Roth, attorney. Miami Beach Councilman, civic leader. Presented by the Stephen and Louise Wise Chapter of the American Jewish Congress SWISS KNIGHT is THE FAVORITE CHEESE 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WITHERS 2.%  v bMSV S. WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 %  A M I S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS M 1 %  %  JEWISH HOMES SO GOOD WITH FRUIT always serve some Swiss Knight with fruit. The perfect combination for attractive, appetizing, nourishing snacks, salads, dairy lunches and suppers, desserts. Remember whenever you buy fruit get a box of your favorite cheese — delightful Swiss Knight to enjoy with rt! _~ .. ... No Rattan Shortage While there is an unprecedented demand for Empire made Rattan Furniture at this moment—we are assured it is not because of any fear of scarcity but because of the increased popularity of rattan made by Empire Furniture Factory and Rattan Works, 1225 N.E. 2nd Avenue. Miami. The Empire*management wants to emphatically assure all that rattan shipments have been improving rather than worsening i and the quality ot the rattans i from the Netherlands East Indies are good. Many who are furnishing a | tropical home for the first time or even seasoned home furnishers I will be delighted to learn of the j EmDire layout plan and if you! will bring in your floor plans we j will set up your entire living i room in miniature while you wait. Visit our showrooms and the factory on the premises. We shall be delighted to have you. FREE RECIPES ...ask your grocer or write direct to: GERBER & CO., Inc 6 Harrison Street New York 13 A GERBER AVCO S A /JSi ^Established 1836. Packed in 3, 6 and 12 portion boxes



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PAGE TEN *Jmisf)fk>ridH3tr FRIDAY. JULY 28 1950 JWV Warns Against Signing Peace Petition \v\v v IRK %  %  %  •. %  ... that thi ; • %  ... %  %  '. %  i RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Temple jsraei (Reform), 137 North Shore Jewish Center N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. (Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive. Rabbi Emeritus. Miami Beach (A.tz Cha.m Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. Jewish Commurr.cy Center Conservative!. 2020 Polk St., y Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: %  %  ,1.1. It to ..... • • oi Congregation Beth Jacob (Orihodox). 331-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. / nl the TTereih israel Congregation of Miami 'Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. %  %  %  lltlr\v T>a*lir* llomtr KimmH : Kirr.mi ttai %  ; -1 %  %  E %  %  •' IS Mlncha at Monday Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Miami Beach. y %  .s. M p m .. i Congregation i oung israel (OrCoral Gabies Jewish Center thodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Beach. Cantor Joseph W. Malek: Steve Congregation Kneseth Israel Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. : • Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. A %  V/orkshop To Present "Hev, Cabbie" Saturday %  %  • • %  n. Geitru I ; 7 -• i ; ; %  n GerBeri Flagler-Grar.ada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. North Dade Jewish Center Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. • • ". Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. %  • • • %  %  Young Adult Group Will Hold Swim-Dance July 29 \ lult Outdoor Club Beach Y will lance >.n Saturday, • • T : & Beach Club. In R ad I' the N itional Ji .: %  ncil. near Le Jeune. • %  ; (: Sut'JrN. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. .-• %  • %  eg Saturday morning at 9:01 1< Northside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. : • %  '• day i %  IVII Burn N W • H I'l in Krlcd al I %  \ VV ;:'i AY.on Mondava and Tl %  ; i 4 tu 0 n.m Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. PS at 6: Sal i i i .. at 8 'jroiiMMn %w inn Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck. cantor. i flay • veiling th rabbi will speak un "Human Mgnlty." be held In the ^ patio. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. al 6 IS morning al 9. I "all} -~ •ii and I p MI Miami Hebrew School and Con gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W, 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Ki-|day evening services at 8:45. Saturday morning al • S'l %  > m Mlncha ,,i i. ;:. followed I.. Maariv. Dally ; jo .i in and 6: 15 p.m. Hebrew si l I frin •< .i in to n Congregation Beth Tiilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Pi ig .-. %  : \ h .-s at 7 00. s ..i.i \ moi iiinu II • w. Tlirabbi Kill preach on "The Call to Israel." Al '• IS u m Rabbi Kackovaky will apeak on "Education and Materials." Si idoe ind M tarlv. Mr. and .Mis 11 .,:i Zaldman ill be hosts al I Khalos Kudos. Daily services "::!" a.m. followed by class in Mlshna. Mincha services at 6:4S followed on and Thin <'ustonis HdAys i, and l,y Suri'lavs. Tuesdays iluss in Laws and Mondays and W.iln Jewish Legends of u,.Talmud M flays throuKh Tnuradayi Temple Betn. bnoiom i Liberia 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami B e J!' Rabbi Leon Kronish; C2 Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at i,u Rabbi Leon Kronish uin official '• deliver the sei mon "t Congregation Beth David (Co a servative). Coral Way and 26Ui Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rw Maurice Mamches. Ki id.iy evening sen lei %  .• Siivin-s Saturday itio.'i Saturday evening aervicei I Lilly services at 7:80 a.m and Maariv al SMS p.m n Hebrew School i a.m. to %  I. i > s lliroiwh TIHIISIIIH .. j'". B'Av ser> Ices Baturday al S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth St*. Hebrew Religious SuppTJei For Synagogue* and PrWiu Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D ,_ )BD -I01D Telephone 5-9017 A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE Boats Machinery Office Safes Household Concrete Pouring Move Anything 31 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area 2236 N. W. Miami Court Phone 9-8959 — 83-6437 "c Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Person Sought National %  '. I. %  %  Hi %  / I : 1 FOR CONSTRUCTION and PERMANENT iFHA and Conventional) HOME MORTGAGE LOANS consult ... 7)ade*7e€leka6SawUuU AND LOAN ASSOCIATION • of Miami Shop with Confidence Where the Customer is Always Right Dade Kosher Market 153 N. W. 5th Sheet Telephone 3-1430 Mr. H. Zaidman invites Greater Miami Jewry To Inspect the Kashvuth and Sanitary Conditions Which Prevail in His Establishment. %  I free Delivery Thi-ouqhout Greater Miami Wam6*r / ( dmrat Sattngi and Loan Insurance Corporation MAIN OFFICE 45 Northeast First Avenue ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1594 Northwest 36th Street JOSEPH M. 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r %  I PAGE FOURTEEN Jewish Hcridiar TODAY, JULY 28. Education Bureau Publishes Pamphlet Isaiah Women Mate Party A luncheon and card party will I be sponsored by the Sisterhood. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN TMi: CIRCUIT CCH'RT OF THH 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I'. >i: \< u>E c< IUSTY, i"i.' IRI hA IN CHANCERY, So 128276-B of Temple Isaiah at the Foo !" j&/ !" ^,&. "KS&Z* Announcement of the recent Manchu Restaurant. 325 71st St.. r ,\ MO RRIS STEGER, blication of a pamphlet called Miami Beach, on Wednesday, i n I. AIR EL PARK HOTEL aching Hebrew b> the Bureau chairman of lhe affair is Mrs. your answer to the Amendment to I Jewish Education has been: .. who is beine asltm f Complaint for Divorce on la hv I nuis Schwartzman Alorr ,' s veneer, v.no i> oemg as pialntlffe attorney and to rile the .: A 5£„ *,„?nHLVt* sisted by the Mesdames Emanuel ordinal answer In the Office of the enecutive director. The pamphlet „ „ Herbert Gutman. Sol I Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before .-u.-nmarizes a series of lectures on c „ hru ,,' onH 4he c„h,,nf>]rl i the :.">th day of August, A.D. 1*50) Schreiber and Abe Schonfeld. otherwise the said Amendment to mil filed herein -Tufe 6 Grealef Miami i He n brew Proceeds are earmarked for the j it < W,,.ain, hereto ; filed here T^hStaSS bfS temple's religious school building A b ^ ff, &&£££?„ to be erected on 86th St. and' jay of July, A.r> 19S0. % %  .|h Be.-thold C. Friedl of the University of Miami. Other bureau publications include: "High Holidays Bulletin I r Teachers." "High Holidays Bulletin for Clubs." "Succoth Bulletin for Teachers" "Succoth j Card'Party Series Bulletin for Clubs. Hanukkah Bulletin for Teachers and Clubs." imisha Asar Beshvat Bulletin supplement for Washington's iday," Byron Ave.. Miami Beach. Reservations mav be made bv calling 86-2103 or'86-1857. Auxiliary To Hold 2nd E. B. LEATHERMAN. OlerK i the Circuit t'ourt, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By \v.M. w Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor NORMAN It LYONS STOCKING, Deputy Llerk, HM Olymnla HuiidinK The Miam: Auxiliary to the| **laml. Florida. Jewish Home for the Aged will; •%  -*i\}}' '* „„ ,.g T .-.-... hold the second in a series of NOTICE ^SE\AW T T V Purim Bulletin for dessert card parties on Tuesday., NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that Teachers and Clubs with supple-; August 1. at 12:30 p.m. at Douglas J 1 "' undersigned deslrlmr to engage In „, T • i • r> o_j ... i !o.j hiilnss mid-r the fictitious name of • .-.: : Lesson Plans for Purim Gardens. P.E. 2nd Ave. and oJid |jrKV PRODUCTS CO.. Not inc., at by Teachers evolving out of the St. 1204 N" W". 62nd St., Miami. Fhv, Intend Tcarhers' Spminar" "Pacsrivpr i T l.-/-,.!.-_ „u_; „ < '" register said name with tile Clerk u tiif t, •• %  •cw ..t, n,.iu.,T„ Mrs. Isador Cohen, chairman of „ f „ H clrcu „ ,.,„„., of ,,.„,,. ,•,„„„>. Handbook, Sha\uoth Bulletin| tne f irst affair, has announced Florida. HERMAN B. SPRINGER r Teachers and Clubs with; that it was very SUCC essful and: .-.;oplement on Lag B'Omer and ther's Day," -The Teachers' Kit," "Combined Jewish Appeal Classroom and School." Statement: The Bureau of JewEducation of Greater Miami." Suggestions for observing Jew-1 Shapiro To Present Life Music Festival Month in the .sh School," "Basic Book List Young People." "RecommendReading List for Sunday I'l.lVER RAVI': has issued a note of thanks to all. HE CUSTAS. MAER *Vl wJtKfOftm Av .. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirlriK to engage In business under the fictitious name of s xIt. BLANK, also STATE UEVBRAGE8 and also STATE UEVERAUE DISTRIBUTORS at i0 N" \V Uth Street, Miami, Florida, Intend I" register said name with the Clerk of (he Circuit Court Of Dnde Count), Florida SAMUEL BLANK HEATKICE BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 7 28 S-4-11-1S LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CllU'UT nil'RT OP THE ELEVENTH JIDICIAL, CIRCUIT OK EIXUHDA. IN AND Et lit DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 133ST6. JAMES r.KROCK TEPI.Y, Plaintiff. VS GLADYS EI.IZAHETH TBI'LY, Defendant. SlIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Gladys Elisabeth 'reply, SO Church Street, Wllllmantio, Connecticut You, Gladys Elisabeth Tepiy, are hereby notified that a Mill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. HI.hard O. Tailor. CIS OlympiS Building*, Miami, Florida and file the original Answer ,,r Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the r.th day of August 1950. if you fail 10 do BO, judgment by default Will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Fiorldian, DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ;.", day of July, A.I), IS.'O. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Curt Seal) By w.M. \V. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. \ '28 8, 4-11-1S DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phones -M17 — •-•727 •1 N. E. 6th Strsst AL MEIDENBEBQ, Owner NOTICE UNDER FICTTTuioT" NAME LAW U NOTICE IS HEREBY c.ivpv I the undersigned, desiring i„ ST, 'M 4 xiPj I TRIBUTORS and'c'o'l.i Sy'wi'JM OF FLA. at 690 N. \V. i-i.,, J '' I Miami. 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|AY. JULY 28. 1950 *Jewist IhrMinr PAGE THREE ^mnawMMmttt^mm.rr^y LW-TO Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN ^ %  mm-LmmmmtmtmiMutm^TiT Y (religi PINGS FROM ISRAEL Rationing Ministry in Israel s hands full these days what keeping tab on old regulaand making new rulings. At of its recent sessions the ion came up how to classify im, the citrus fruit used for ous ceremonial purposes 'g the Succoth week. Heads bending under the question esrog a luxury or a necesThere were enough argupro and con but in the end iously-minded won out the rationers ruled an esrog no luxury and therefore tax on the retail market. Intally Israel will export about thousand dollars worth of im this year. u would think being the e Minister of a country has dvantages. But this doesn't ntly seem to be the case in I. Recently Ben Gurion wrote ter to the Tel Aviv taxation rtment complaining that an ssive tax had been placed on property. The reply he red convinced him that the \viv fathers have little confor a Premier when it comes trading taxes. When it comes xes in Israel all are alike, el Aviv councilman said Singly when he learned of Premier's quandary, ty-five young ladies in Isire facing perjury charges as suit of swearing they were ath observers. Their crime not that they were not in fact vers but that they said they in order to avoid military :e. Under the Knesset miliact both men and women register for military service, the law provides exemption eligious women. The young s thought they would beat unpalatable task of army What they didn't know was the government had an army potter.? trailing them. The y ditchers were seen alighting es and cars on the Sabbath when their registration cards wed they had been exempted Ini service because of religious -{derations they were rounded The exemption certificates are ured through application to &' judge. All the feminine apcanl has to do is swear that t is a religious observer. Since military act calls for the tration of women between |ea of 20 and 25. the disci n potters often run into grave luble, for only a courageous ling lady will admit she is over it f tained there. It was also learned here that a group of French bakers have extended $3,600,000 in credit to the Isreal rurual and suburban settlement corporation known as Rassco. Meanwhile, the Israel government this week began a manpower survey designed to provide specific information concerning the distribution and occupations of some 450,000 men employed in Israel and Israel industries in various parts of the world. Registration forms have been sent to every enterprise in the country which employs one or more men. It is estimated that between 70,000 and 80,000 enterprises — including c o 11 e t i v e settlements. 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IAY. JULY 28, 1950 *Jm>istithrktiorj PAGE SEVEH Leaders Confer With Louis Johnson 1st Jewish Chaplain Morale Needs Of Armed Forces I Heading For Korea WASHINGTON, D. C—Irving Edison, St. Louis, president National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) headed a deleqaticn JWB leaders from all parts of the country who joined %  sentatives of the YMCA and the National Catholic Comfy Service (NCCS) in a special Pentagon conference on I 'h Secretary of Defense Johnson to consider what sphere, Europe and Asia. ASAF hree agencies must do in [inK th^ religious, morale and Ere needs of armed forces knnr) as a result of the |an war. The JWB leaders are co-chairmen of local mittccs of the Associated Ices lor the Armed Forces if), which includes JWB, w1 sunport 12 operations. The budget for 1951 of ASAF now calls for $6,652,757 for present operations and the reopening of 15 former USO clubs. Of this amount. $2,650,000 has been requested from Community I Chests throughout the country. I with an additional $486,392 to be A and NCCS, received from j soueht through special camppiims itary Johnson and high rankfficials of the armed forces t hand picture of the urgent f..: serving the religious and ], needs of the armed forces, ling attention to the "present tion in Korea and in (if recent announcements respect to utilization of See Service," Secretary Johnalled on the American people isplay locally their patriots %  supporting Associated r the Armed Forces, a letter to Robert Dechert 'riiiman of ASAF. Mr son stressed that the Departfense "is now looking than ever to Associated ices to help provide supplessistance to communiworking on behalf of the nd morale needs of men n in uniform." Mr. ;on added that "it is our est hope that the entire n will assist you and youi Frank L. Weil, of the oii;. 1 Jewish Welfare Board !• Matthews, of the Nail C'jtholie Community Serv%  M •! linancing the essential A %  taking." H ;K dil ":i -,o Mr. Edison, the J^B leaders included: Joseph D. BfnK.ri. Washington, D. C: Kh E. Brill. Minneapolis: H) Meyers, Detroit: Samuel Kit. Philadelphia: Walter E H^fci. San Francisco: Abe Goldst^B. Atlanta; Sam Abramson. Des Moines; Isador Shifrin, Cinati: Abraham Feitelberg, Dir of JWB's Armed Services ion. imposed of the three agencies 'inn,illy engaged in service ie armed forces and who ked together for nine years he USO, ASAF was organized wing the latter's termination iv de for the religious, wel'. morale and recreational Is n( members of the armed vs. It serves as the coordinated financing agency for the icy programs. The presi ii of ASAF includes 80 is in communities near Armed concentrations and 21 area who utilize community to serve the servicemen. in the western hemi, UUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT l>vfc-f.fi, HOTEL-SANITARIUM y T-. f foa REST. CONVALESCENCE > -_ AND CHRONIC CASES *t V'il MB V JO"? 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Even though the Korean situation was but a few weeks old, he continued, "increased pressure on Armed Forces personnel everywhere, especially the manv teenagers in uniform, have been reflected in increased demands for religious material and for intensified recreational programs." While it was necessary to make careful surveys and plans before | determining what the needs <•! ASAF would be for the next full year, he said, "it is apparent that a substantial increase in income must be provided." Mr. Dechert called attention to the overseas operations for which ASAF is responsible. These are located, he said, at Anchorage ano Fairbanks, Alaska; the Canal Zone: Nice, France: Rome. Italy: Heidelberg and Frankfurt. Germany: Guam; Okinawa; Honolulu. and San Juan. Puerto Rico. The JWB, Mr. Dechert noted, had already rushed special supplies of religious articles to military and naval installations all along the Pacific coast to meet the religious and morale needs of Jewisn personnel in the armed forces fur the Korean war. In developing plans for raising additional funds. Mr. Dechert said, ASAF would work closely with Community Chests and Councils of America and local committees would make every effort to seek local quotas through chests and other Federated appeals, rather than separate fund drives, more than 300 such local committees having already been set up. Mr. Dechert said. Frank L. Wei;. Honorary ^resident of the JWB. serves as cochairman of ASAF along with Mr. Dechert and Francis P. Matthews, of NCCS. ; lain Lifshutz was on duty with ter in Vienna, the U.S. Occupation Forces in j Chaplain Messing, who gradu.' Austria. A graduate of the Heated from the Jewish Institute of I brew Theological College, ChitaReligion-Hebrew Union College go, he served briefly as rabbi of ; • ,„.served as rabbi of Con NEW YORK-Chaplain Oscar Temple B'nai Sholom, Chicago, in ; n 1S ";. sc ve ** "J "*J" M. Lifshutz, who has been sta• 1945 before entering the chap\ gregat.on Beth Tef.lloh, Biun*t'"nod with the 2nd U.S. Infantry j laincy. While in Austria, Chap, wick, Ga. Chaplain Goldman, who Division at Fort Lewis, Wash.. I lain Lifshutz was adviser on DP graduated from the Isaac Elwill be the division^ Jewish affairs to the commanding general chanan Yeshiva in 1929, was chaplain when it leaves for Korea, of the American forces and conformerly rabbi of Temple according to word received here ducted the JWB Hospitality CenEmanuel, Union City, N. J. by the Division of Religious Activities of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Chaplain Lifshutz has been designated as assistant divisional chaplain of the 2nd Division. When Chaplain Lifshutz reaches the Far East he will find already j on active duty there two other %  Jewish chaplains: Chaplain Meyer Goldman, who is with the Air Force in Tokyo; and Chaplain Joseph B. Messing, who is with the Army in Kobe. Before receiving his Regular Army commission in 1947. ChapChaplain Oscar M. Lifshutz, recruited, ecclesiastically endorsed and served by JWB's Division of Religious Activities, is the Jewish chaplain with lhe 2nd U.S. Infantry Division which is heading for Korea. Pfc. Braverman Is First Jewish Casualty NEW YORK—The first Jewish casualty among the American armed forces in Korea is Private First Class Bruce Braverman of New York, according to the National Jewish Welfare Board, which this week resumed the compilation of Jewish war records and related functions traditionally assigned to >t bv the Jewish community. Pfc. Braverman is the son of Dr. Abraham H. Braverman. 317 West 89th St.. New York City. 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PAGE TWO *Jenisl FkrkJiar raPAY.JOL YJ ? I I. 77/ 5ay... July 6. On a boat touring the lakes about Stockholm, conversation turned to the Midnight Sun. The ulture from Toronto bemoaned •' %  ibility to si ght; it seemed a major disappointment in hei life. The couple from Australia ninute if thei %  -1 :ted. I l| As long ; I am here, why not do I >o. Norway and Sweden A window placard nee to the round rrip b\ plane foi thi .'.. In .• Sun in 54 hours. T sin plifies matters surely. But investigation that their excursion doesn't touch land. No good. The nstellation mav fly over clouds i field of snow through which the sun ate. The alternative then is a 25 hour journey by • MI Stockholm to Narvik, with ne f good food as well as a comfortable berth on this Swedish Express. Looking through the train window. I sat contrasting he flat | Sweden with the mountains and : ;rds : Norway. This induced speculation as to the effect of geography upon national character. The Swedi an empirical and pragmatic: therefore they make good businessmen as well as scientists. But isn't the grandeur of Norwegian scenerv reflected in the I wring genius of Ibsen and Bjornson? The Arctic Circle As the tram passed beyond a sign painted Arctic '•'. I expected to see igloos and people dressed in bear skins. But the small wooden cottages are painted brown with red trim. Thev. I am told are -"-zero winter than houses of brick c increte The population is normallv dressed cklingless like in Miami. But there a kind of red uniform, eav trimmings with ered hat. They seem shorter. darker, and more squat than ordinary Swedes or rhey turned out to be Laplanders a race or.ginallv Mongolian, who live quite peacefully Jn nortl -. a 4UIW P edce,ull > A Journey To The Midnight Sun By HARRY SIMONHOFF Narvik About 6:30. the train finally pulls into Narvik, a sea coast town of about 10.000 people. 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle. I feel weary and hungry: but the drab looking hotel would not serve dinner until 8:00. The air. not cold, feels somewhat chilly, so I put on a sweater, an extra pair of socks, and take a sight ing walk. What a dreary, jerk water town! And to ride 25 h ;;:to see it. Passing a little shop with a sign Caplan's Magazine, I walk in to see Heir Caplan. A native woman behind the counter shook her head sadly and said what sounded like nifc da (not here). "The Nazis?" I questioned. "Ya." she answered. "Weib?" as I pointed to her. She nodded her head in the affirmative I then recalled that Marcus Levin. a community leader in Olso had said the Nazis murdered four Jews in Trondhjem and one in Narvik. The Parsees Smorgasbord and hot coffee help considerably. A couple from India enter the kafje lounge. Chocolate brown in color, they speak of India in excellent English. Taking it for granted they were Hindus. I enquired about the religious beliefs of Brahmanism. But the couple are Parsees. the Fire Worshiping faith founded bv Zoroaster. It was the Magi religion of Queen Esther's husband and of Cyrus, who permitted tne Jews to rebuild Jerusalem and the Temple. The woman, who did all the talking, is dressed in native costume, a sarong looking affair, and displays a knowledge of English history and literature. But she seems rather lukewarm about her Persian heritage. According to her, the stately dualism of Ahriman and Ormazd. the eternal conflict between God and Satan, between Light and Darkness, between Good and Evil, had degenerated into a soulless ritual, a series of petrified formalities, out of which vitality had evaporated. Even the priests know little about the principles, the spirit, the underlying values that had infused the ancient faith with life and vigor. She prefers to regard herself a lOOT East Indian. lather than a member of a splintered belief, standing aloof in sullen isolation. All of which has a familiar ring to Jewish ears. CL Their Contrast to Jews To my surprise, there are but 80 000 P a in the world. This is indeed a decline from th* 1 and glory of Cvrus and Darius, who ruleH f %  *> to Cush. 127 lands, according to the Book -Te^H I cannot resist making comparisons Th.. i %  %  spite of all persecutions and exterminati* X M number about 12.000.000 souls. Nor are t %  eated like the Parsees. Thev still possess th? d W and vigor to fight for and build up a sLVi.^lB vitality? Or a miracle? P ^atc.M Midnight Sun While thus conversing, the sun had been -w I ing. About 12:00 o'clock it was close to \JL ?* %  But instead of going down, the sun ?mi r J or merely an arc of fiery splendor is seen At oft moments! vast beams of light seem to shoot out ft! behind the mountains. For several minutethecS are dazzling white, then become lined with streaked with darker hues. But the cloudart, mutating. They turn grey and together wift I mountains hide the sun completely. About 1:00 A.M. I walk the streets of Narvik H. can one believe the clock? It is bright as n ,on Os the complete desertion of the streets suggests A every one is asleep. But how can any one sleep i n a midday light? Fascinated. I wander about UMl The atmosphere changes to a dull grey. A n to descend. It is now time to retire. I feel grateful. It was worth the 25 hour ride, the train. cid 151 esl Pr its ev I* a de ex hi ce T< ce to to a la th Young Zionists To Hold Itanco Miami Young Zionists (Masada) Will sponsor a summer dance on Saturday. Julv 29. in the patio of the Raleigh Hotel, Miami Beach. Herbert Curbelo and his orchestra will provide music for dancing. Entertainment will include Ernesto Ojea, South American singing star, as well as other acts. Dancing will be indoors in case of rain. Hosts and hostesses will be on hand to help guests get acquainted AS LOW AS A% IWTtREST M 0'R"r G>A G E \ A N S HENRYE. WOLFF CO. 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)AY. JULY 28. 1950 +Jewistinar*fiann H Chapter To [illisciissions >lundt Bill c Stephen and Louise Wise ?ter oi the American Jewish jress is sponsoring a series of round-table radio discuson "Does the Mundt Bill i Jail for You?" according to lerick S. Grossberg, chapter lident. rst of the series was presented fhursday. July 27, at 8:30 p.m. station WKAT. Participants Berton Nuchols, president of Vliami Central Labor Union. | the Rev. E. W. Ullrich, pastor the Robertson Memorial lgelical and Reform Church. ry Zukernick served as modSaturday. July 29, the id discussion will be heard station WIOD at 10 p.m |dcera will be John Barclay Jr., attorney and Dade •ty executive secretary of the Dei campaign; Thomas J. ,-. commander. Harvey Seeds American Legion; Jack D. on. realtor, Miami Beach jing Authority, leader in vetaf fairs. Grossberg will lerate. irticipating in the third prole be broadcast Monday, 31, ;ii 10:30 p.m. over station IE. will be Edward Chambers, denl oi District 100 of the [•national Association of linists, and Miami Beach nc'ilman Burnett Roth. Modjr will be the Rev. Robert B. rn. executive secretary of the Iter Miami Council of Iches. FINEST QUALITY SUNNV BROOK FARJg '" CREAM CHEESE •* *-*>* %  "! A* KM .. %  MANUrACTUKEO •RESH DAILY tr-ws.it 80 N. W. 13th Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA Listen to WFEC ery Friday at 10:15 A.M. ery Sunday at 2:30 P.M. Alan .1. Dworsky Enters Annapolis Alan James Dworsky, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dworsky, 1446 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, has been enrolled as a midshipman in the United States Military Academy, Annapolis, Md. Dworsky, who graduated from Miami Beach High with honors last June, obtained his appointment to the academy after enlisting in the naval air reserve here and taking competitive examinations last April. Born in Columbus, O., he has been a resident of Miami Beach for the last nine years. Crime Film Opens "711 Ocean Drive," Columbia melodrama depicting a national gambling and crime syndicate, opened at the Miami, Miracle and Lincoln Theatres Thursday hard on the heels of the Kefauver investigation here. The film stars Edmond O'Brien and Joanne Dru. PAGE THIRTEEN Radio Discussion Slated "The Effect of Mosaic Law on the Present Judicial System" will be the topic on the round-table discussion to be heard on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Hour heard over station WTTT on Sunday, | July 30, from 10 to 11 a.m. Norman R. Lyons, Miami attorney, will act as moderator. Serving as panel members will be M. H. Rosenhouse, Murray Goodman, secretary of Dade County Jewish National Fund, and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Delano Dining Room Cuts Prices 30 Percent A blow at rising food costs was taken this week by Charles C. Goldberg, manager of the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach, who announced a 30 percent reduction in the prices of all meals served '*i thp hotel, in the interests of "practical patriotism." "Our president has asked for voluntary 'economic controls' to prevent the kind of inflation we experienced five years ago." Goldberg said. "The new inflation spiral has started already, as seen by the ten percent jump in food costs which newspapers reported this week in front page stories. We have launched our own 'economic control' therefore and in order to tighten up controls. we are offsetting the ten percent increase with our own 30 percent decrease." Theatre Party Slated Robert Richter Post of the Amvets will hold a theatre party at the Saturday night performance of "Born Yesterday" at Kitty Davis Theatre, Miami Beach. Golden Agers To Hold Soeial The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center will sponsor a social evening on Sunday, July 30, at 8 p.m. in the center patio. Dancing, games and refreshments are on the agenda. Admission is free. The club is also planning its second summer picnic on Sunday, August 6, at Crandon Park. Buses will leave the center at 10 a.m. Guests are requested to bring their own lunch. Proceeds from the affair will go to the Jerusalem Y. Lyons Installs Officers Of Southwest League Norman R. Lyons, Miami attorney, installed the officers of I Southwest Civic League at its ; first annual dance and entertain| ment held at Marina Restaurant on Saturday, July 22. 1 Recognized at the rites were Max Friedson, president; Norman 1 R. Lyons. Bea Stepkin and Jack I Price, vice presidents; A. Price, 1 treasurer; Lillian Smulson, recording secretary; Leo Landis, financial secretary; Ethel Lewis, executive secretary. 781 Poles Arrive In Israel HAIFA, (JTA)—A party of 781 ( J ewish immigrants arrived here this week from Poland. %  'allot Opens Law Offiee Norman Pallot. who recently graduated from the University of Florida Law School, announces the opening of his law office at 2146 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral i Gables. Prior to entering law school. Pallot attended Georgia Tech. University of Miami. Cornell and Harvard and received his B. A. from the University of Florida. While at the latter institution, he was elected to Phi Alpha Delta, honorary legal fraternity, served on the Florida Blue Key Speakers Bureau and organized the Gainesville naval reserve unit. He is a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. During the war, he was a lieutenant, j. g.. in the navy and served aboard a destroyer in the Pacific Theatre. Pallot resides with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Pallot, at 5024 S.W. 6th St. Miami Masada Presents a SUMMER DANCE Saturday nite. Julv 29 at 8:30 (rain or shine) at the RALEIGH HOTEL 1777 Collins Ave. Herbert Curbelo & His Och. Featuring Ernesto Ojea singing Star and other acts PRIZES GIVEN Contribution: SI.00 per couple, or 60c stag (Our hosts ft hostesses will introduce you) BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN LAKE FRONT • 'ool Housekeeping Cottages — Cabins — Sleeping Porches Healing, Swimming, Fishing, Harbecue I'lta, (ioTf, Horses Fr n Corn Free to Our Quests From Our Vegetable Garden •mi 125.00 Weekly—for 2 Persona — Special Pamlly Group Rates .... EDGEWATER MANOR lakeside Drive <<> n Lake Osceola) HenderaonvlUe, N. C. 1 %  ">• MM (1 Mile Out) THE GARDEN -ON THE TRAIL" p3S S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Noon — MRS. 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