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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
23NUMBER 31
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 19bU
PRICE: TEN CENTS
fian Official
tsts Israel
Peace Talks
WlV, (JTA)An un-
Vptian statesman was!
| quoted by the Saudi I
Idio as having suggested
Jiate launching of peace
is between Israel and
States.
jadcast said that the
iismissed reports of an
Icrisis in Isreal, declar-
fso long as the United
richest country in the
ntinues to support the
btate of Israel will never
le statesman was fur-
led as saying that the
lust either fight the
loolish enterprise or
psdom by making peace."
least from Bagdad said
that the Iraqi Govern-
fcified the U.N. of its
give military assistance
in the Korean conflict,
least quoted a cable sent
Trygve Lie, U.N. Sec-
kneral. justifying its re-
stating that "the provi-
rms and military equip-
Uie Iraq Army has fallen
Rhat it is hardly capable
fesent time to meet the
ent of internal security."
--------------v-------
Soldier Killed,
founded In Clash
rab Infiltrees
riV. (JTA)One Israel
?as killed and two were
in a clash with armed
lfiltrees this week that
ice in the Sharon district.
than 500 Arab infiltrees
een apprehended in the
em district, Levi Abra-
sunerintendent of the
em district police, told a
inference here this week
the infiltrees were seized
tms, he said, adding that
peapons were confiscated
infiltrees turned over to
Sel Army.
lArab infiltrees killed ten
(id eight Arabs and carried
robberies and thefts re-
jin damages amounting to
fmately $90,000. Discussing
le wave here, Superin-
Abrahami said that Jeru-
Bmains the "cleanest city,"
ily one murder and 726
^ffenses committed in the
[under review.
Israel Ambassador
Reported Resigning
WASHINGTON. (JTA)
Both the State Department and
[he White House this week re-
fused to confirm or deny re-'
ports that James G McDonald,
American Amgassador to Is-
rael, has submitted his resigna-
tion and intends to leave the
U.S. diplomatic service. How-
ever, it seems that the reports i
have a basis in fact.
A spokesman for the State!
Department told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agencv that there ]
would be no official comment
on the reports. He statea mat I
Mr. McDonald was coming
home next month "for con-
sultations and leave" and
pointed out that announce-
ments pertaining to the ap-
pointment and resignation of
Ambassadors emanate from the
White House. A White House
spokesman, however, said that
there is no announcement on
Mr. McDonald.
Middle East Is
Urqed To Unite
LONDON, (JTA)A call to
Middle Eastern countries to unite
for defense against possible attack
was made this week in the House
of Lords by Lord Henderson,
Undersecretary for Foreign Af-
fairs, during a debate on British
aid to the United Nations action
now taking place in Korea.
Lord Henderson said that pres-
lent events in the Far East are a
warning "in terms of the Middle
I East." If free countries, he de-
clared, wish to remain free, they
must not only develop their own
internal health and strength, but
"must concert with other free
nations for their safety."
(The Middle East is high on
official lists of places where
Soviet Russia may increase pres-
sure next, the Christian Science
Monitor reported this week from
Washington. The report said that
even if the United States has time
to deliver additional arms to Iran
the bridge between Russia and
the Middle Eastand advise
Iran's troops how to use them,
military experts do not believe
the Iranian Army alone could
fight more than a delaying ac-
tion.)
Israel Government Iiimi^iii-ait's
Itationing Of Clothing And Shoos
JERUSALEM. (JTA)The Israel Government officially an-
nounced this week the immediaje introduction of rationinq cf
clothing and shoes with a view to saving S25,000,300 in foreign
currency en importing raw materials from abroad.
Addressing a press conference, Minister of Supply Dov
Joseph, said that every citizen of Israel "will receive a fair
share." Special arrangements have been made for Arabs in
Israel whose garments differ from those of Jews, he stated. Ke
stressed the necessity for reducing imports and increasing ex-
ports through higher industrial productivity.
It is understood that the rationing regulations, which will
be made public within a day or two, will provide that each
resident of Israel be allowed to buy one pair of shoes and one
suit a year. Anxious to avoid a run on shoe stores and clothing
stores, the Tel Aviv Merchants Association ordered these store*
to close for 24 hours until details of the new measure c:3
published.
IT. S. Requested To Protest To Egypt
Against Blocking Of Suez Canal
NEW YORK, (JTA)The Na- ..... ... ...
, Egyptian officials that force will
tional Federation of American! ... j
-,.. ... ,|be used if necessary to detain
Shipping was this week requested ,. ... .... j ,
i .i. ** t- tankers believed to be bound for
to call on the State Department
and ask the U. S. Government to
register a protest with the Egyp-
tian Government against Egypt's
new regulations which affect the
passage of tankers through the
Suez Canal. The regulations aim
to prevent passage of oil tankers
to Israel.
The request was made by Ihe
tankers committee of the Ameri-
can Merchant Marine Institute
which emphasized that the new
Egyptian regulations were beyond
the bounds of the Suez Canal
Convention, which is an inter-
national authority under inter-
national control. The committee
also pointed out that the Egyptian
regulations constitute an unjusti-
fiable interference with interna-
tional trade.
American tanker owners and
operators have been warned by
Israel and without final clearance
certificates. In addition they will
have to produce a declaration
'from the customs officials at the
port of destination certifying that
their cargo was really discharged
there and that it was for local
consumption. This document must
be countersigned by the Egyptian
consul and produced at Suez
within one month after the tanker
discharged its cargo.
let Novelist Disavows Information
rerning Missing Yiddish Authors
|DON, (JTA) Claiming
has no information about
Jroup of internationally-
Yiddish writers who sud-
"disappeared" in Moscow,
Ehrenburg, Soviet novelist
[is himself a Jew, told a
conference here that Jewish
fs are being suppressed in
but not as Jews.
^ly Jewish cosmopolitanism
ppressed," he declared ad-
JJg at the same time that
[of the articles in the Soviet
lanese Arrest
iq. Syrian Jews
IL AVIV, (JTA)Lebanese
le authorities this week ar-
id a group of 25 Iraqi and
>n Jews attempting to cross
Lebanese border into Israel,
|o Bagdad, monitored here,
fa-ted.
raelis attending the weekly
ting of the Israel-Lebanese
armistice commission at
ullah strongly protested the
Ition of Israel's air frontiers
Lebanese aircraft on July
["he Lebanese retorted that an
el fighter pursued the Le-
ese plane 40 kilometers inside
anese territory. The commis-
_ decided to conduct an lm-
liate investigation.
press attacking "cosmopolitan-
ism" were "stupid and idiotic."
Among the Yiddish writers who
"disappeared" in Moscow after
the attack on "Jewish cosmopoli-
tanism" was started are Itzik
Feffer, who during World War II
was sent by the Soviet Govern-
ment to the United States to bring
greetings from the Jews in the
U.S.S.R. to American Jewry.
Israel Protests Over
Border Incident
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)The
Israel representative on the Is-
rael-Lebanon mixed armistice
commission has entered a formal
complaint over the recent air-
plane incident on that border, and
has informed United Nations
headquarters here that the com-
mission is dealing with the in-
cident.
The communication, transmitted
to the U.N. by Arthur Lourie.
Israel Consul in New York,
pointed out tlat there had been
a number of such aerial violations
of Israel borders in recent months.
Mentioned were the sighting of
two unidentified aircraft over the
southern Negev on July 11, the
appearance of Syrian planes over
Lake Huleh on July 15, and recent
forcing down of R.A.F. and
Jordan planes.
Recalling that the Israel govern-
ment issued a series of warnings
about these violations, the Israel
Egypt's Protest Over Israel Aggression
Termed Blind For Warlike Intentions
despite the complaints by Egypt
and Lebanon to the Securitj
Council. The border incidents
complained about by the two
Arab countries could and should
be settled by mixed armistice
commission on the spot, he said.)
Mr. Ehrenburg, who "distin-
guished" himself by publicly in-
sulting the first Israel Ambassa- .
dor to Moscow, Golda Myerson,; representative said: "The latest
at a reception given by the Soviet incident shows the irresponsible
Commissariat for Foreign Affairs, attitude of the Arab states toward
told the press conference here these repeated warnings."
that Israelis are "poor little capi-
talists, who live on a few dollars
communication added: "It would
be advisable for appropriate U.N.
which the greater capitalist Jews j authorities to call the attention
in America send them so that j of the Arab states to these re-
they may live in a little comfort." peated flights of Arab aircraft
------------------------------- over Israel's borders, which con-
All Jewish Candidates
Defeated In Budapest
LONDON, (JTA)All Jewish
candidates were defeated at the
recent elections to the Central
Committee of the Greater Buda-
pest branch of the Hungarian
Workers (Communist) Party,
press dispatches from Budapest
said this week. The branch is the
most powerful section of the
Community Party in Hungary.
stilute grave and unprovoked vio-
lations of the general armistice
agreements."
Meanwhile, the United Nations
received communications from
Syria and Jordan supporting the
Lebanese protest over the in-
cident. Jordan complained that
the "attack" on a Lebanese trans-
port had adversely affected Holy
Year pilgrim traffic, resulting in
pecuniary losses to Jordan and
its citizens.
TEL AVIV. (JTA)A spokes-
man for the Israel Army declared
this week that the Egyptian com-
plaint to the United States
charging Israel with "premedi-
tated aggression" is "nothing but
a Kind for Egypt's warlike in-
tentions toward the Jewish slate
and the refusal to make peace
with Israel."
The spokesman recalled the
minor incident on June 30 over
which Egypt is now trying to
create an issue. He said that an
Israel patrol erroneously crossed
the frontier on that day near
Rafa, accompanied by a Piper
Cub, but withdrew when the
Egyptians opened fire. Later the
mixed armistice commission dis-
cussed the incident and the matter
was considered closed as far as
Israel was concerned.
"Egypt's protestations to the
United Nations come ill from a
country which 'has a heavy
record of aggression against Israel
and seized every opportunity to
proclaim her intentions to renew
such aggression," the Israel
spokesman said. He pointed out
that Egypt refused to comply with
the U.N. request to conclude a
permanent peace with the Jewish
state.
(At Lake Success Gen. William
Riley, chief of U.N. truce super-
vision in Palestine, told a press
conference he did not believe
Israel-Arab armistice disputes
were getting "too far out of line,"
Refugees Are Assured
Of Life-Long Support
THE HAGUE. (JTA)A group
of aged refugees has been as-
sured here life-long support as a
result of a unique plan worked
out by representatives of" the
International Refugee Organiza-
tion, Joint Distribution Commit-
tee and the Dutch Government, it
was reported here this week.
The refugees, most of whom
fled to Holland from Germany
and Austria during the Hitler
regime, will receive 30 guilders
monthly for life from the Com-
mercial Life Insurance Company
. as annuities purchased by the
Dutch Government with funds
provided by the I.R.O. and J.D.C.
This is the first time that "hard
core" refugees have been reestab-
lished on a basis of receiving
annuities, H. Sark, chief of the
I.R.O. mission in Holland em-
phasized.
The Dutch Government will
send a trade mission to Tel Aviv
early this month to work out the
details of a new trade pact be-
tween the two nations, it was
announced here this week. The
existing trade agreement expires
August 1. The Dutch delegation
will be led by Dr. A. Van Blank-
enstein ,of the Military Committee
on Economics.
Jewish Groups In
I Commonwealth
I Close Meeting
LONDON, (JTA)The closing
| session of the conference of
I Jewish organizations from British
I Commonwealth countries adopted.
I with only one dissenting vote, a
i resolution declaring that the
"representatives of Jewish com-
munities in the British Common-
wealth consider it highly desir-
able and necessary that efforts
of Jewish organizations with con-
sultative status at the United
Nations Economic and Social
I Council should be coordinated and
that collaboration among them ba
j promoted to the greatest possible
extent."
The resolution stated further
that "to this end. a regular pro-
cedure of consultation be estab-
lished, enabling these bodies to
consult together on subjects of
Jewish concern which are on the
agenda, or which can be raised at
relevant meetings of the Unites
Nations."
The conference also adopted th;>
following recommendations on Is-
rael: "The rapid development of
Israel, being of vital concern tj
Jews throughout the world, it is
j the duty of communities in the
Commonwealth to share the bur-
den of providing the means re-
quired for the immigration to and
the settlement of Jews in Israel
and for the building of the Jewish
state on solid material and moral
foundations."
As a practical method to this
end. the conference recommended
participation in fund-raising, pri-
vate capital investment, encour-
agement of imports from Israel,
encouragement of Israel tourism
and aid to qualified technician;
and skilled workers wishing ta
settle in the Jewish state. The
delegates voiced the hope thai
"lasting peace will speedily be
established between Israel and
her neighbors which will lead to
further progress of the peoples In
the Middle East."
The conference called on Jewish
communities in the British Com-
monwealth to assist in the estab-
lishment of good relations be-
tween their governments and
Israel, and urged Jewish com-
munities to maintain "close cul-
tural links with Israel, promote
the knowledge of Hebrew and
Jewish history, grant scholarship-
to students at the Hebrew Uni-
i versity and religious colleges in
I Israel, who will then fill com-
munal DOStS."


PAGE TWO
fJewistin-oridian
FRIDAY. AUGUST 4.
I'll Say...
The traveler is constantly reminded of the contrast
[between the Scandinavians and the Germans. His-
torians say both are of the same Teutonic stock. Yet
the former are peaceful and humane. Let sociologists
(Iftccount for the difference. All we know is that for a
generation the Germans have been beasts, who
'walked and talked in the guise of humans.
Sweden's Active Aid
Nol that the more northern folk have had it so
ei y. Both Norway and Denmark have known the
I tterness of a Nazi occupation. Sweden, it is true.
I steered clear of both world wars, and conse-
quently has prospered. But wealth has not corrupted
I r soul. Sweden has shown more decency, more
1 aracter, more humanity towards Jewish victims
ot Nazism than far stronger or wealthier nations.
And it was a hazard. Sweden was too dangerously
mar Nazi Germany for comfort or safety. Sticking
Out her neck too far might have invited Hitler's air
I. rcg, the Wehrmacht. and the Panzer divisions. Yet
she dared to stand up for right and justice.
'In Norway
During 1942. when the Nazis were riding high and
mighty, the 1500 Jews of Norway suddenly faced the
danger of deportation to the concentration camps of
Aushwitz and Greblinka. A story of protests burst
lorth in Sweden. The press condemned in the
strongest terms this latest act of German barbarity.
Churchmen and university professors pleaded along
mercilul and ideological lines. Nothing, of course,
helped. Half : N egian Jewry crossed the border
and saved their lives in Sweden.
lit Denmark
Scarcely a y< ai passed and Jews in Denmark found
themselves :n a similai peril T vern-
ment il in strong unofficial languagi
It offered to take into asylum all of Danish Jewry.
Gustav V, Kii Sweden, then issued a I rmal
invitation. All Danish Jews could come in for pro-
tection and ":. Food, shelter, and work
: d to 6500 Jews at a time oi shortage and
aved : thi gas
chaml
Sweden and Denmark
In Hungary
But Swedish
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The only creative intellects of Denmark, who att
international fame, were Jews. The original nam
restricted
rented this' interference, and Raoul Wallen-
berg, the most active intercessor, disappcaied and
was never again heard from. The example of Sweden
shamed and spurred other powers into actron. ine
Vatican, Argentine. Portugal, and Turkey, acting
under Swedish leadership, prevented the annihilation
of 150.000 Jews in Budapest.
and
Count Bernadoite
The acid test of Swedish common-sense
balanced fairness, came after the war. The unfortunate
Count Folke Bernadotte. a prince of the Royal House,
had been active in Red Cross and relief rescue work.
During the final stages of the war. .He entered
Germany, not without danger to himself, and negoti-
ated directly with hangman Himmler. Tens of
thousands of*helpless Jews, who had by some miracle
remained alive in that final hour, were snatched
out of mass graves by his exertions and intercessions.
But Bernadotte was murdered by Jewish terrorists
in Jerusalem. It would have been quite understand-
able had Swedish public opinion reacted violently
against native Jews. But not the slightest incident
occurred. The Swedish people.seemed to understand
the delicate political situation in Palestine and left it
to their government to act through diplomatic
channels.
Danish Jews
No people of any land had ever given better
tment to Jews than the Danes. The adjustment
had been as perfect as can be expected when a
ign group, alien in race, religion, language, and
custom enters the body politic of a nation. For several
centuries Jews have partaken of the peace and
serenity of Denmark. But it was not a one way affair.
In return. Jews made a powerful contribution to
Denmark's intellectual and scientific achievements.
Georg Brandes. noted .the world over for his penS^'l
ing. creative criticism, was Cohen. Nils Bohr 1!
won the Nobel prize for atomic researches is a H
Jew. ""
King Christian
One spring morning in 1941, the pleasant calm 1
Denmark was broken. The Nazis had entered an!
taken over. The small nation could do nothing S
but submit. At first the Jews were treated as oth'e
Danes. Then, the story goes, an S.S. officer delivers
a harangue before the King of Denmark. He want*
all the rights of Danish Jews revoked and used ai
the Nazi stock arguments. King Christian replJ
with typical Danish irony, "But here in Denmark
don't feel inferior to Jews." Another story reflect I
the feeling of Danish sympathy. When the Nazis
decreed that all Jews wear a Star of David on t), |
right arm, the same King put one on immediately.
A Golden Deed
But what the Danes did in 1943 endears them',
forever to the Jewish people. The secret leaked out
that Nazis would after two days round up all the
7000 Jews in Denmark for deportion to Buchenwald
Copenhagen became a seething cauldron; virtually
the entire population swung into action. Under the
very noses of the Gestapo, Danish Christians worked
day and night. Fortunately, the strip of water be-
tween Denmark and Sweden is quite narrow. The
entire fraternity of fishermen placed themselves and
their boats at the disposal of the refugees. In several
days. 6500 Jews were evacuated. There was not a
single case of squealing or betrayal. The remaining
500 either did not want to leave or were caught in
transport. They met death in Nazi furnaces
After Germany's defeat, the Jews returned from
Sweden. They took up where they left off. Houset
apartments, stores, cash, and merchandise were re-
turned. The action of the Danish people deserves.
high place in History's book of golden deeds
Mt. Sinai Out Patient Department Helps
Meet Community's Medical Needs
'' oi pera-
tion. thi out patient di
Mount Sinai Hospital
definiti 1 stablished its value in
ting the growing medical
needs of the community." Samuel
ner. executive director, said
this week.
Opened on July 10. the depart-
ment met with such great re-
sponse that it was necessary to
schedule an additional clinic after
the first day of operation, he said
The hospital is now operating two
medical clinics, one surgical and
one obstetrical and gynecological
clinic.
Dr. Milton P. Travels, medical
chairman of the department, said
man>j patients are still being
kept waiting a long time because
they do not make advance ap-
1 ntments He said an applicant
for admission as an out patient
should contact Miss Edna P.
Stephenson. medical social work-
er, for an appointment and inter-
view. If the applicant is
indigent person and therefore
eligible for pat 1 nl status,
Miss Stephenson will schedule an
examination.
"During clinic hours, it is diffi-
cult foi new applicants fo
mission to receive the full atten-
tion of our staff. We ask all
1 1 lephone for an ap-
1 fitment first or conn- t 1 the out
patient department in thi
noon when the clinics are not in
session." he added.
Located on the ground floor of
the hospital with a separate
entrance to the left of the main
hospital entrance, the out patient
department offers all of the medi-
cal and surgical services provided
by the hospital, with all members
of the medical staff rotating in
the clinics.
In the future. Gertner said, the
department will provide a num-
ber of additional clinics including
hygiene, dental, physical therapy
and rehabilitation.
Insliliilc Honors jExecutive Meeting Slated
Iftraeh Officials
Four Miami Beach officials
were last week named honorary
members of the San Martin In-
stitute of the United States.
They were Mayor Harold Turk.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president
of the Chamber of Commerce;
Tom F. Smith, director of the city
publicity and convention depart-
ments; and Oscar H. Romaguera,
of the Latin American division of
the city publicity department.
The San Martin Institute was
founded by a group of U. S.
senators and representatives and
members of the Latin American
diplomatic corps for the purpose
of promoting the aims of Gen.
Jose de San Martin, Latin Ameri-
can liberator.
Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will hold an executive committee
meeting on Monday, August 7. at
8 p.m. at 3440 Garden Avc.. Miami
Beach. A budget committee report
will be given by Treasurer Lewis
Sternshein and the meeting will
be presided over by Howard
Lev ine. second vice president.
COLORED MAIDS
GOOD DAY WORKERS S5
High School Girls
Nurse Maid Jobs S15 Weekly
ACE EMPLOYMENT
127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619
Tropical Lod
To Hold Dance
Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will sponsor a swim dance on
Saturday. August 5. at 7 p.m. at
the Hotel Raleigh. Miami Beach,
ding to an announcement by
Samuel Kessler, president.
The pool will be open to all
from 7 until 10 p.m. with cabana
facilities available at no extra
cost. Kessler said. Dancing to the
music of Herbert Curbelo and his
orchestra will begin at 9 p.m. A
floor show will feature Latin
American singing star. Ernesto
Ojea. and exhibition dancers.
Seymour Brenner and Leonard
Uhr are co-chairmen of the event.
Tickets are available at Kessler's
Radio Appliance. 1521 S.W. 8th
St.; Budner's Beauty Salon. 1451
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach: Dr
Lester Gordon. 4Q7 Hialeah Drive
Hialeah. Proceeds will go towards
the lodge's community service
work.
Austrians Introduce
Partisan Legislation
VIENNA, (JTA)A new bill
introduced in the Austrian Par-
liament by the Catholic People's
Party and the Socialists calls for
. the establishment of a "hardship
equalization fund" to compensate
those who are forced to return
their property to the original
Jewish owners.
Mmey for the proposed fund
would come from heirless Jewish
property estimated at S280.000.000,
as well as from a five percent
levy on property already restored
to the rightful owners or their
heirs. The new proposal is in-
tended to replace the previous
plan designed to amend existing
lation to avoid hardships for
Nazis who seized Jewish pronely
Observers here point out that if
the measure is approved, all ef-
forts of Austrian and interna-
tional Jewish organizations to re-
trieve heirless Jewish property
to be used for the reestablish-
ment of Jewish survivors in
Austria or in Israel would be
1 frustrated.
Slniinr Moves
Law Offices
Leo Sheiner. Miami attorney,
announces the removal of his
offices from the Pacific Building
to the new Roper Building, 20
S.E. Third Ave.
A member of the board of di-
rectors of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center and the Miami
Zionist District. Sheiner is vice
president of the Greater Jewish
Centers Association and a member
of the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
He is also a member of Sholem
Lodge of B'p.ai B'rith.
Ivahlcs Outer
Plans Fish Frv

The Sisterhood and Men's Club
of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center will jointly sponsor a fish
fry at the picnic grounds of
Matheson Hammock on Sunday.
August 13. from 12 till 5.
Mrs. Sidney Richman, sister-
hood chairman, is in charge 0!
general arrangements. Her aide
include the Mesdames Alvn.
Corenblum, Maurice Corenblum
and Ted Goodman. Lou Perkell,
men.'s club chairman, is supervis-
ing the games and refreshments.
Assisting him are Abe Blumin.
Herbert Braun. Sol Kline. Lou
Tanner, Nat Winokur and Joseph
Fromkin.
Proceeds from this affair will
go towards equiping the four
class rooms recently added to the
center building.
Advance reservations must be
made by calling 48-8073.
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Israeli Newsletter
By ADA OREN
Sects At Home In Israel
Israel seems well on its way to
becoming the home of all the
jwn sects in the three great
lonotheistic religions.
Thus most Christian churches
represented here by members
1 missions. Clerics are per-
litted to cross the lines from
\he Jordan section of Palestine
order to attend masses and
pther ceremonies in Israel on
ppecial occasions. A first group
bf Arab Christian pilgrims from
Israel are soon to leave for the
loly Year ceremonies in Rome.
V.s a matter of principle all monks
and nuns who used to live here
and now travel abroad are
granted return visas even if they
re German, but German church
roperty abandoned since the last
irorld war has not yet been re-
turned.
Also not being returned is 80
percent of the Russian religious
property in this country, as the
soviet government has not been
able to substantiate its claim or
the claim of its official church to
tic se estates. In the case of all
fther churches most of their
property which was occupied by
the Israel army has already been
returned. Negotiations concern-
rent for the remainder are
learing conclusion.
The number of Christians in
Israel is now about 50,000. The
lew hundred Kopts are building
leir first church in Israel and
ave been allotted scarce building
laterials, Churches damaged
luring the fighting are being
"paired at government expense.
ime churches which served
trabs who fled the country are
gtill unused.
The custom of special holiday
rations for members of all com-
lunities is, being kept up, and
p are holiday visits of district
Ifficers to the dignitaries of the
Various denominations and vice
lersa. All of them have already
pepressed their satisfaction with
"ie treatment accorded them by
lie authorities through the
linistry for Religious Affairs,
which publishes a popular bi-
monthly bulletin in English and
French on matters of concern to
the various churches. The courts
of law of these communities are
;ill functioning again and dis-
charging their customary duties
in family affairs. Services of all
churches and the Moslem com-
munity are broadcast regularly
by rotation on holidays.
The Ministry for Religious Af-
fairs encountered some difficul-
ties in setting up normal religious
services for Moslem citizens, as
most of their dignitaries fled and
among the remaining only few
could so far be prevailed upon to
brave the disapproval of their
relatives in the neighboring
countries and accept Israel gov-
ernment pay. Nevertheless, serv-
ices are already functioning reg-
vularly under 150 clerics for a
population of about 120,000, and
reestablishment of a Moslem
court of appeal is contemplated.
Costs to the state last year
were 50,000 pounds in services
and at least as much again for
repairs in the existing seventy
mosques. Mosques are kept in
good repair even in communities
where no Moslems remain, while
cemeteries are less consicentious-
ly guarded. Moslem citizen's com-
mittees in the cities advise the
ministry and administer as many
services as possible for members
of their communities.
It happens quite often that in-
ternal rivalries preclude the
l institution of denominational
autonomy, although the govern-
ment is ready to grant it,
| especially among the extremely
clannish 16,000 Druze.
Another offshot of Islam,
Beha'ism, enjoys special treat-
ment as a world religion.
The Ministry for Religious Af-
fairs Moslem and Druze Division
also publishes a bulletin in He-
brew and Arabic.
Among the Jews there are no
fewer number of sects than
among the Christians. During the
Mandatory regime there was the
majority organization Knesseth
Yisrael, from which developed
the independent Jewish adminis-
tration of this country. Besides it
existed the Agudah congregation
and other, still more zealous,
splinter groups. Reform Judaism
is very weak.
Also admitted were a small
number of Italians who accepted
Judaism in Italy as preached by
a reformer of their own inde-
Heart Association Offers
Research Fellowships
NEW YORKDr. Howard B.
Sprague, president of the Ameri-
can Heart Association, has an-
nounced that new appications for
research fellowships and estab-
lished investigators will be ac-
cepted up to September 15, 1950.
Applications for research grants-
in-aid, including grants to basic
sciences, may be filed up to De-
cember 15, 1950.
Information and application
forms may be obtained from Dr.
Charles A. ft. Connor. Medical
Director, American Heart As-
sociation, 1775 Broadway, New
York 19, N. Y.
Dr. Sprague pointed out that
ten per cent of the association's
research funds, or approximately
$45,000, will be available during
the academic year 1951-52 to sup-
port research investigations in
basic sciences, even though such
investigations are not directly
related to the field of cardiovas-
cular diseases.
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pendently of Jewish tradition.
They are slowly being brought
around to the Orthodox position
in the Israel villages where they
settled last year. Although some
of them still put more faith in
women seers and prayer leaders
among them than in our rabbis,
and have evident Karaite lean-
ings, they are not onsidered
heretics. Hundreds of other non-
Jews in this country are constant-
ly submitting applications for ac-
ceptance into the religion of the
majority, but the rabbis discour-
age opportunism of this kind.
Members of the Karaite com-
munity from Egypt, hundreds of
whom are now settling on the
land in Israel as Jews by nation-
ality, were however not accepted
by the rabbinical authorities as
Jews by religion. They constituted
themselves here as a community
apart, without the religious right
of intermarriage with the general
population although most people
would welcome such a process.
Unless the rabbis change their
mind on this question, they may
even be forbidden from joining,
Judaism as regular converts.
Of the Samaritans still surviv-
ing, to whom the ban applies,
some two hundred live in Nablus
(Sichem) in Arab Palestine and
a few in Tel Aviv as a separate
community avoiding assimilation.
"Our" Samaritans were not per-
mitted by the Jordanian authori-
ties to attend the picturesque
Passover sacrifice of their
brethren on Mount Gerizim.
The rabbinate nas also agreed
that the immigration and settle-
ment authorities admit other
heretic groups of Jewish origin,
including Marranos from Persia,
as well as members of heretic
Christian sects with Jewish lean-
ings desiring to live as Jews,}
such as some Baptists and Cana-
dian Sobotniks. Non-Jews are ac-
cepted as immigrants only in
exceptional cases. As far as possi-
ble the non-Jewish immigration
with the help of Jewish spouses
is discouraged, but only Germans
are completely prohibited from
immigrating in this way except
if they saved Jews during the
Nazi regime. The Orthodox would
prefer a complete prohibition of
immigration for mixed couples
as this raises the thorny question
of civil marriages in Israel. Even
in Mandatory times no two
members of the same community
could have a civil wedding, but
members of different sects could
be married by the British district
commissioner. With the establish-
ment of a Jewish government this
practice lapsed.
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Jewist thrkttan
FRIDAY. AUGUST 4, 19so
EDITORIAL
J\r"S UoUlvn Jubilee
The fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the
Jewish National Fund is an epochal event in the
life of World Zionism and the Jewish people.
Ir. the course of the half century that elapsed
since its inception, the JNF has raised 140 million
dcllars and acquired close to two million dunam
of Israel's soil. A great deal of the money came
from the so-called traditional collections, consist-
ing of nickels and dimes thrown into the Blue
and White boxes, and dollar bills donated for
the planting of trees in the Jewish Homeland. The
i acquisition cf the land, dunam by dunam, and its
amelioration through the clearing of swamps and
I through afforestation, are part of the great saga of
Jewish pioneering in the Jewish Homeland. The
Chalulzim, who truly redeemed the soil by their
.-.'.eat and blood after it had been purchased by
the Jewish National Fund with thp funds con-
the Jewish people throughout the
world, k it they were layinq the foundation
for the Jewish State. It was no mere accident that.
en the UN Commission for Palestine submitted
report on the pcrtiticn of the Holy Land, the
outi.ne of the Jewish State closely coincided with
land configuration as delineated by the JNF
riings. The United Nations merely confirmed
a", the effort of the JNF and the sacrifice of the
Chalutzim have achieved in the course of half a
century.
As the second half century opens, the JNF
stands ready, -this time with the assistance of
governmental powers, and not, as heretofore, in
opposition to them,to finish the job of acquiring
the land of Israel, dunam by dunam. from the
individual owners, mostly Arab, and turning it
into the possession in perpetuity of the whole
Jewish people. Here the social as well as the
national aspect of the land Droblem is handled by
the JNF in its own traditional manner.
Standing above party and reaching out into the
\) srfi
FEAFUL STENCH
depth of th^ Jewish masses, the Jewish National
Fund has in the course of the past half century
succeeded in becominq a most beloved institution
among Jews everywhere. Its Golden Jubilee
should serve not only as a reminder of the great
historic services of the JNF, but also as a flag
Kohl Words From Ha pi i si s
The Baptists comprise the second large*
Protestant denomination in the United States
being exceeded in numbers only by the Method-
ists. The present occupant of the White House
Harry S. Truman, is a member of this sect.
Last week the Baptists held an international
congress in Cleveland, where twenty thousand
delegates representing a membership of eighteen
million in fifty-two countries gathered. In stronq
language they issued a manifesto against racial
and religious discrimination and segregation, a
manifesto in which they did not spare themselves
in which they had the courage to recall their own
sinr in this connection. It was in recognition o<
their own failure to rid the Baptist church of aii
discrimination, the delegates stated, that they
called upon their own congregation to take the
lead in the movement for equal treatment of all
racial groups.
"We believe," says the resolution adopted by
this great gathering, "that discrimination and
segregation based on reliqion, race, color and
culture are ethically and morally indefensible and
contrary to the Gospel of Christ and the principle
of freedom for which Baptists stand." Baptists in
their respective countries were asked to use their
influence to have discriminatory laws repealed
and other laws enacted to safeguard the rights ol
oppressed racial groups, while they called upon
each individual Baptist to examine his own soul
with a view to freeing himself from racial and
cultural prejudices.
around which to rally in support of the great
agrarian reform, in the completion of which the
State of Israel will need the assistance of the
Jewish people for a long time to come.
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
"-"--"-"--"-"-"-"-"-"--"--"-"-"."."^^.-..---..".-.-.-.-.-^.-.-.-^.-.-.-.-.-^.-^^
WASHINGTONWhile demo- 'view Board thev became confused
cracy throughout the world is!over the word "pinko." They
the security of Jewry inquired, with typical German ef-
is considered here by some to be ficiency, into the exact meaning
in double Jeopardy. Danger of the term. "A pinko is anybody
-"'' <'>' Hashing in'who is opposed to racial segrega-
Washington as neo-fascist ele- tion and who wants to fight for
ments. wrapped in American civil liberties," thev were told bv
American heritage. The Reds are a^,'..
being exposed "and brought to cZ^ K^PS*?* &
justice. The fascist-minded re- Common^ "h *?* alf by
actionanes. in no way ta.nted bv Lin .. h neo-fascist re-
liberal associations, are gaining '"hJL.L> ?,SJS ,he
greater power through their tog SSS ItaM.^SS'i*0 ft?0mf
and respectable opposition to ThI fiKt f a not leS? ,,beraL
Communism SffcSfl! '7.,democ>y ,s a fi*ht
-. against totalitarianismbut not a
These reactionaries must be fight against whose who would
given due credit for pointing out implement the ideals of demo-
Stalin s treachery and warning us cracv.
"f what to expect from Moscow. In'the House of Representatives
However, there is also a debit only IS votes could be mustered
side on their ledger. While they against the Hobbs BilT which
opposed Communism, they also would give the Attorney General
opposed Jews. Negroes, and labor, the power to establish concenTra-
They apologized for Hitler and tion camps. The camos wo.lrl
avored Franco. They prevented hold deportable ahem criminal
to <-l rights and or subversive, whose native ?and
FEPC while advocating totah-, refuse to take them back While
tarian controls. As anti-Corn- it is no doubt a good idea'to lo k
Tk^wu1^' hu8Ve a c]n "ill. up such subve.sives and crirn-
of health. But they feel the same inals. this bill provides a second
way about such American .deals punishment, without a second
d,0n'T *TL fre2om and ,h* ,rial- merely bwtiSe dlportatton
dignity of the individual as Joe cannot be carried out This ""no" I
wJVth. l. o only ""-American but may prove'
Westbrook Pegler. whose neo- unconstitutional. The experience
SSltJ?8? are ^fining, now of other countries has showrthat,
advocates concentration camps, once established, the concentra-'
His fellow travelers, crowing tion camp idea grows andI soon'
about their "spotless" records and all citizens "dangerous to.,Sl
unimpeachable "loyaltv." are try- security" are thrown^ in wttu
ng to capitalize on these assets trial. wnjnout
to gain important positions. Al- Although liberal organization*'
hough the Federal Government opposed the Hobbs B ll not even
condemns such lunatic fringe all the Jewish congressmen v< H
groups as the Silver Shirts or Ku against it. me" Vottd
Klux Klan. the higher echelons of c
A German delewtinn !.!.- "!w ",n. l w"Hld ln*ct serious
Israel \fta<*hk
I onlors With
I. S. Official
WASHINGTON. (JTA)Israel
charge d'affaires Moshe Keren
discussed the world situation, in-
cluding the Korean crisis, with
Assistant Secretary of State
. George C. McGhee at a meeting
I this week which lasted 70 minutes
Mr. Keren did not divulge the
exact nature of the talks, but it
believed they touched on the
issue of arms shipments to the
Near East in view of the tense
! world situation. Mr. Keren said
, that no decision has been reached
.with regard to the sending of
I Israel troops to join the United
Nations forces in Korea.
Lebanese Minister to the
; United States. Charles Malik,
: lodged a protest with the State
| Department against Israel, declar-
ing that a Lebanese airliner was
attacked by an Israel fighter
plane over the Israel-Lebanon
trontier area.
The Lebanese diplomat called
the incident "regrettable." Upon
! leaving the State Department, he
; told reporters that George C. Mc-
Ghee Assistant Secretary of State
i lor Near Eastern Affairs, "was
emphatic in expressing genuine
.concern" over the incident.
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Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
LEGEND AND FACT
New Zealand Grants
Israel Recognition
TEL AVIV, (JTA)-De jure
recognition of Israel was granted
by the government of New Zea-
land, an official announcement
said here this week.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-
One Year .,
- Two Y" *iSo
The mysterious disappearance
of a .hofer from the museum on
Mount Zion has Israel adither.
The shofer had been brought to
Israel from the notorious death
camp at Oswiecim. where the
Jews sounded the ram's horn at
the moment of the first wave of
mass extermination. The shofer
I was broueht bv two religious Jews
j who survived Oswiecim. The dis-
j appearance of the shofer has
j caused much concern among Is-
. raeli government officials because
lit is feared the theft had an
, ideological background, for the
legend prevailed among the re-
ligious survivors of Oswiecim that
that particular shofer will be the
one used by Messiah when he
comes to redeem mankind and
arouse the dead. There are some
who believe, however, that the
| shofer was removed by religious
elements who consider it a
blashemy to hold that the Os-
"_''""^ abater will be used bv
Messiah. This group, of course
does not believe that the rise Israel is '"dicative of the ap-
proach of Messianism. and if thev
removed the shofer it was to dis-
pel the i-gends that were forming
about it. The government, how-
ever, considers the shofer an his-
toric remnant of the Oswiecim
days and of special museum
value. In any event Israel has a
! first class sensation in the theft
'and special sleuths are working
feverishly on the case. The legend
of the lost shofer mav vet become
a great factor in Israel's religious
address and sure enough he try
the man whom he had knowr.
from photographs only. He took
Sharett's measure, a trick few
statesmen have been able to ac-
complish, and departed for his
shop. But there was still another
surprise for the tailor. The next
day, as he sat bent over his
! machine, Israel's Foreign Minister
walked in. The tailor almost fell
off his chair when Sharett told
him he had come for a measure
so as to spare him the trouble of
going out of his way. When he
was through being fitted, Sharett
turned to the surprised tailor and
invited him to Israel saying he
would make a personal effort to
see that he was properly received.
At this time the tailor gained his
j composure and asked the Foreign
, Minister: "Are there any pros-
; Pects of my becoming Court
Tailor in Israel?" Sharett patted
, the tailor on the shoulder and
said there were no court tailors
I in Israel but that if he came to
the Jewish state he, Sharett.
: would make it his personal busi-
j ness to see that he becomes pri-
vate tailor to Israel's government
officials. Now the tailor has an-
other problem to solve.
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor ins Publisher
examination of the LoyauVE I g? m^m V'Sess. *?**
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones 2-11412-8212
AV 21. 5710
PROUD TAILOR
A Johannesberg tailor is the
proudesl Jew in South Africa He
S one of the few in the world to
nave received a Dersonal invita-
tion ,r;^ Israel's Fo,,.ien Minister
wk ett,e, '" the Jewish ^ate
When Moshe Sharett was in
Iwl ,J- tailor's knees buckled
^^ngledlTfbel,,-Vth,'had^en
i hrk hi ,V.r STn hono'- Was
" a lar*- ne thought. But then he
Had been his customer. The tailor
mmediately went to tile given
.
jSOME FACTS AND FIGURES
Before the outbreak of World
I War II Europe had about 59 3
; per cent of the worldwide Jewish
population while the United
States had 31.7 per cent. This bal-
lance has been changed by the
war and now we have 51.03 per
cent of the Jewish population
while Europe has 30.17 per cent.
I The Jewish population in the
United States is conservatively
j estimated at 5.000.000 out of a
total estimated world Jewish
population of over 11,000.000 In
the Soviet Union, including Asia-
tic Russia, there are about
2.000.000 while another half-mil-
lion are to be found in the ocun-
! tries within the Soviet sDhere of
influence. Britain's Jewish pop-
ulation is 350,000 and in France
there are about 235.000. South
America's Jewish population is
estimated at 600.000. In Africa,
: Asia and Turkev there "re phoiit
a million. Another million is in
; Israel and the rest are scattered
I in small communities throughout
1 the rest of the world.


FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 1950
+Jewlsti fkx-ldtan
PAGE FIVE
Mt. Sinai Planning New 300-Bed Structure;
Malakoff Named Public Relations Director
A total of 4,012 patients have been admitted to Mt. Sinai
Hospital for a total of 40,515 days since the Alton Road institution
opened its doors on December 5, 1949, Max Orovitz, president,
disclosed in his semi-annual report to the City of Miami Beach
Saturday.
Orovitz also reported that de- -K -*
pitc the fact that the War Assets
Administration has extended the
time for completion of plans for
a new hospital building on the
site from 18 months to 60 months.
plans >! ;il'pad" K:"" .....-
lated for the new 300-bed facility
to be erected on Collins ISiunu.
To date renovation and equip-
ment of the hospital has cost ap-
proximately $925,000, according io
the report.
Appointment of Milton A. i
Malakoff as director of the public
relations and# campaign depart-
ment of Mount Sinai Hospital was
announced this week by Max
'""vitz, president of the institu-
tion.
Since 1946, Malakoff has been
director of public relations of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
with which the hospital is affili-
The city secured the hospital ated. Prior to that he serving in
site from the Federal Govern-, varying capacities in the public
ni. which used the former relations and newspaper fields,
plushy hotel as a hospital during including director of community
the war, and turned over the appeal of the Brooklyn Red Cross,
facilities to Mt. Sinai for opera-1 director of the Commerce and
tion. Industry Press Section of the New
Orovitz reported that the hospi- | York Committee of the National
tal staff now consists of 3941 War Fund and director of public
physicians and surgeons
Hallways and corridors have
been treated with a special
acoustic material to reduce noise
and medical library and record
room have been added.
The nurses dormitory has been
completely renovated and fur-
nished. The swimming pool on
John's Island is being readied for
the use of "staff and convalescent
patients.
The hospital president revealed
I that 3.118 examinations have been
made by the X-ray department
since the hospital's opening and
1.634 operations have been per-
formed, 785 of them major cases.
In the last six months, Orovitz
disclosed, landscaping has been
completed on the mainland and
is nearly completed on John's
Island.
A direct-line fire alarm system
Ihas been connected to the Miami
(Beach fire stations and new ele-
'vators have been added to the
structure.
Koch Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Morris
Koch, formerly of 1129 N.W. 3rd
St., will take place Sunday,
August 6 at 10:30 a.m. at Mt.
relations of the National Jewish
Welfare Board.
Under Malakoff's direction, the
hospital is launching a program
aimed at interpreting the institu-
tion to the community and raising
funds for its expansion and build-
ing program, Orovitz said.
"When we launched our first
fund raising campaign in 1946, wc
secured pledges of nearly $2,500,-
000 from a relatively few persons.
Shortly we plan to undertake the
second phase of the campaign in
order to reach a larger section of
tr> emmunitv." Orovitz said. Hr
added that an intensive campaign
would be waged to collect al'
pledges outstanding from the 1946
drive.
Th,? public relations committee,
which will guide the program, is
headed by Baron de Hirsch
Meyer. Members are Sam Blank.
Arthur Ungar. Leonard A. Wien
and Mitchell Wolfson. Helping to
formulate plans for the fund rais-
ing program are Jacob Sher,
chairman of the campaign com-
mittee, and the members of the
committee, Jack Ablin. Blank, J.
Gerald Lewis, Meyer, William D.
Singer, Wien and Wolfson.
Singer, who is chairman of the
Holiday Plans Completed
Plans for the High Holy Day
services to be held at the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
have been completed, according
to an announcement from the
committee in charge.
Cantor Berele Kelemer is train-
ing a choir composed of Hebrew
school students for the services.
Tickets will be on sale at the
synagogue every evening, except-
ing the Sabbath, from 8 to 10.
ADRIAN McCUNE
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pledges with his committee mem-
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Dan Ruskin, Sher, Harry Siikin
and Joseph Stein.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi S conection committee, is working
Machtei officiating. Mr. Koch isjon the conection of outstanding
survived by his wife Jennie; three
Registration Scheduled
Registration for the 1950-51
term of the Hebrew school con-
ducted by the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will be
held in the school building, 1101
S.W. 12th Avc., on Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday. August
15, 16 and 17. from 10 a.m. to
12 noon. Rabbi Simon April,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion and head of the school, has
announced.
Children from six years of age
may enroll. The curriculum is
under the supervision of the
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
Sunday school registration will
be held in September.
daughters. Mrs. Samuel Meyers.
Mrs. Harriet Mann and Miss
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Joseph and Samuel. Arrange-
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Miami Monument Company.
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InHnnHllrivo "Blw That Whistle"
In Bond llri\? ,.Blow That Whlstle- a drama
Harry H. Bassett. chairman of depjcting tne efforts of a small-
the U. S. Treasury Savings ,own maiiman to build better
Bonds C.mmittee for D in- human relations, will be presented
ty. announced that the report of 0v the Radio Worshop For Demo-
the final week sales in the In- c Sur.dav, August 6. at 7:45
dependence Drive added S.68.063 n WMIE.
Serie, E. U. S Savings Bonds I M j Berliner. Sam Freeman.
the previously announced total : R .,. 3,.. .. B z-.wigel.,
$1,260,951. Th:> brought I' Man Honlg
County's figu .-.Marx
Ml :- TTereth Israel Congregation of
- Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Of $1.9.5.000. .;..,. F: ,. ;_, Arenue.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Tempi* itraet (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath eve services at 1:15 p.m.
Dr. Kaplan will conduct the s. :
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
. \. M-rvl.ej* .it 7 Satui da
repli L I B ; its
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Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Mr. Sal
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and 8:45
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Florida's 67
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li ,rnstein is chairman
:- :.. ..-'. the n nl Assisting her are
lames Edmond Perls.
Mac Mermell and
' :: -.: tha Ebstein.
. he obtained
ling M Hornstein at
Coun rhey | ml it thai
lings of Savings i ,
Bond than $9 million B nai B'rith Ladies Plan
..... Membership Campaign
Congregation loung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Service ] Satui daj
a i Mil lowed
by Sh. Kcll
ind 6:45 1 A
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Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
Frldai g ,-lcei B:15.
Satui es at 10
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Frlil it 6:30 p.m.
- g;30
d I Shaloe
S idem .- on of r. .
- dally.
Metropolitan Women's Council Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
formulating ihodox), 301-311 Washington Atc
lai all-out membership Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
paign during August. -heloff
Tena KatZ first Vic. K:i.i iy even ng services at a
president ol the Council, an- Saturd ning at 10 Mlncha x
nounced that officers and mem- '"''""' blidoa. summer
1 ess and Professional G ,.n ( aii ? .,. of the religious school Monday
will'mcK ,.!":. mmReB..trat.o
plans and schedules Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St..'
This :- being arranged so Ihei[Miami Beach.
Sundav school classes every Sunday \t
the office of Dr. 'm. Boros. 6a5 N..
6"ml St. Hebrew classes under di-
rection of Rev. Philip Pried at 6701
N W 4th Ave. on Mondays and
|!: ii sdav from 4 to ; d m
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck.
. cantor.
Vt services Friday evening the rabbi
will speak on "M< ntal Health."
- nill be hi id in the V patio
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
. .. nlnn si '. Ice al I II
9. I "ally sei vices
I at S a
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon ApriL
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
. i > 8:4(5
Mlncha
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Congregation beth Tlilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
F.i turd .... .
will pr< ii Al 5:15 p m Rabbi
I SeudoH and
... Dallj -' '. : 7
a m. followed by class In Miahna.
.u : I". follow ..I on
Sundav b, Tu< -.1. i and Thui ndays Ii
-. Laws and Customs, and !>
Mondays and Wednesday* I.. ,
Jewish Legends of the ", ,,!*u' I
Tempi, Betn bnoiom ,CiL..
4144 Chu. At.. Muni b2
Rabbi L.on Kroni.h; X*
I Samuel Kelemer. "*
I Friday evening services ai ,
Rabbi I.eon Kronish will ,,*. !:
I deliver the sermon. '"" US]
Congregation Beth David (Con
servative). Coral Way and M*
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; B,
Maurice Mamches. *'
Friday evening services it t,.
Services Saturday mori
Saturday evening sei
Dally services ;ii :.:;<> a.m. um
and Maarlv at 6:45 p.m. r\ .
Hebrew School m a.m to
days through Thursda -
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Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve |
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1IDAY, AUGUST 4, 1950
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PAGE SEVEN
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
KOREAN CONSEQUENCES:
The Korean situation has I
,uuht about a change in thej
ment social security Talmud
Torahs are being requested to
contribute $1 a year per child
jp.uum aooui w .11 '|fqr this fund hn full.d
mindsof many persons in Wash-| Yeshivoth are asked t "*
ngton who hitherto opposed the pe|. child The dPmandP? t
telling of arms to Israel It, Hebrew teachers in New York
Js now being realized by these :may bc matched by Hebrew
very same elements that the teachers in other cities where in-
Middle East is just as much in; structors in Jewish schools are
Janger from possible Soviet pene- underpaid.
{ration as were China and Korea
And it is also realized that
Israel, with its Mediterranean
ports, may become one of the
,.iajor strategic positions in case
|East Hence, the stronger
Israel is made, the more ad-
vantageous this may be for the
[democratic forces in the world
JEWS IN U. S.:
The first Jewish governor in
the United States was David
Emanuel ... He was governor of
the state of Georgia in 1806 .
The first Republican governor of
Louisiana was Michael Kahn
. Not much hope is now held He resigned the governorship in
I in Washington of Egypt's cooper-
ation with the democratic coun-
tries in case of war And it is
lot expected that the other Arab
[countries will have the military
1st length to resist Soviet aggres-
fcion ... In fact, only recently
borne British stategists advocated
Ithc withdrawal of British troops
from the Arab countries in the
IMidtlle East. Their argument was
that they doubt whether Arab
. rmies would be strong enough.
I<\. n with British military sup-
Iport. to check possible Soviet ag-
; <>n in that part of the world
And they pointed out that it
would be impossible for Britain
1865 when he was .elected U. S.
senator The first non-Mormon
governor of Utah was Simon
Bamberger Twice governor
of Idaho was Moses Alexander
. Both he and Bamberger were
born in Germany and came to the
United States at the age of 15
. Julius L. Meier was governor
of Oregon from 1931 to 1934 .
And Arthur Seligman was gover-
nor of New Mexico from 1930
until his death in 1933 Henry
Homer was governor of Illinois
about the same time And
David Sholtz was governor of
Florida from 1933 till 1937 .
Herbert H. Lehman served as
a
to provide effective garrisons for governor of New York tor
sill the clanger spots in the Middle period of 10 years, after having
been elected in 1932 and re-
|E;ist They insisted that "weak
garrisons would be worse than
"... However, their views
ipparently not shared by
American military experts .
.nd following the outbreak of
the Korean war. it became ob-
vious that even the British gov-
ernment cannot take these views
seriously The issue will now
longer be whether Israel is
Permitted to acquire arms in the
Inited States The new world
levelopments have made it clear
elected three times He
achieved the distinction of being
the first Jew elected to the U. S.
Senate by popular vote Other
American Jews who served in the
U. S. Senate had been appointed
or elected by state legislatures
before the enactment of the
amendment to the Constitution
which called for the election to
the Senate by popular vote .
They included: Judah P. Ben-
jamin of Louisiana. Simon Gug-
high officials in Washington: genheim of Colorado. Benjamin
lh.it the .security of Israel is vital Franklin Jonas of Louisiana. Isi-
fto the United States The dor Rayner of Maryland. Joseph
question will rather be whether Simon of Oregon and David Levy
the left-wing Mapam party will Yulee of Florida ... All these
not obstruct Israel's acquisition facts are culled from "Jews in
of arms from the United States
under the present world situation.
COMMUNAL AFFAIRS:
More than 1.000 Hebrew teach-
ers in New York who instruct
50.000 children in some 400 in-
stitutions are now insisting on an
increase in salary They claim
that their present salaries have
not kept pace with the increased
cost of living and, as a result,
their morale has been lowered.
They demand a yearly increase
of $150 until a maximum annual
wage of $3,900 is attained .
The Hebrew Teachers Union is
not only supporting this demand,
but is also requesting the setting
up of a welfare fund to provide
tor unemployed, ill and aged
teachers This."because teach-
ers in Hebrew religious institu-
tions are not covered by govern-
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CONSTRUCTIVE CURRENTS:
The role which President
Truman's "Point Four" program
can play in the development of
Israel is outlined in great detail
Turk Is \aiii4>l
Drive Leader
Mayor Harold Turk is heading
a whirlwind two-weeks' cam-
paign to secure memberships for
the Florida State conference of
Social Work.
A goal of $2,500 has been set
as compared to the $1,000 raised
last year. MembershiDs range
from $1 to $100.
The campaign was launched
recently at a meeting in the
Alcazar Hotel at which 140 mem-
bers attended. The council since
1911 has studied current social,
needs throughout the state and j
has exchanged full information
about these needs and the work i
being done to meet them.
One of the major activities is
the annual conference which
may be held in Miami Beach next
year. At this meeting, social
agency executives and workers,
representatives of interested
groups and others meet to discuss
problems in the health and wel-
fare fields. The conference also
keeps tab on impending legisla-
tion as it affects these fields.
by Williard R. Espy in his "Bold
New Program." iust published by
Harners The hook is also
available in a 25-cent Bantam
pocket edition The author lays
special stress on what American
a:^. under Truman's plan, can do
for the realization of the S6-
nalled Lowdermilk project .
Israel would, according to the
author, become a "garden land in
the midst of the desert" if this
nrniectknown as the Jordan
Valley Authoritywere carried
out ... As to the cooperation of
neighboring Arab countries. Mr.
Espy believes that the Arabs will
be eager to share the benefits
of the JVA when thev see its
success in Israel There are
also financial and political in-
ducements that will be dangled
before Arab eyes by Washington
and the United Nations, the au-
thor predicts He comes to
the conclusion that eventually the
Jordan Valley Authority may
form the nexus of the political
organization that is necessary for
a stable Middle East This, he
says, would be a league or federa-
tion, not simply of Arabs, but of
Jews and Arabs combined .
Long before that day comes, the
JVA will have served as a train-
ing ground for Middle Eastern
engineers and specialists in agri-
culture, conservation and forestry,
Mr. Espy predicts ... He enumer-
ates the stages of the JVA and
reveals that American engineers
believe that the cost of the project
could be "comfortably amortized"
in a fifty-year period.
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Miami Beach
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Beth David In it
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Beth David Sisterhood wil|
sponsor a midsummer "fiesta for
members and friends at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gordon,
2201 S. Miami Ave., on Sunday,'
August 13. at 7 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Liss and
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Merlin, co-
chairmen of the event, have plan-
ned a barbecue supper followed
by dancing in the outdoor patio
and entertainment.
Reservations may be obtained
by calling the synagogue office,
9-3469; Mrs. Bert Sher. 48-2300;
Mrs. Harry Laufer, 48-8044.
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Frank Go'dman, president of
B'nai B'rith, American spokesman
at conference of the Coordinating
Board of Jewish Organizations,
held in London last week. The
Coordinating Board, which has
consultant status with the Eco-
nomic and Social Council of the
United Nations, is composed of
the British Board of Jewish
Deputies. the South African
Boprd of Jewish Deputies ar.d
B'nai B'rith.
Beach Juniors Meet
The Miami Beach Unit of Junior
Hadassah held a dessert and
eoffee meeting on Thursday,
August 3, at 8:45 p.m. at the
Hamburger Health.
Reports on Brandeis Camp were
given by Annette Melich and
Janice Goldiner. who recently re-
turned from the camp.
Meeting Scheduled
A meeting of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Commun-
ity Center is scheduled for
Wednesday. August 9. at 8:30 p.m.
at the Hialeah City Hall.
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Resources Exceed S29.000.000.00
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PAGE EIGHT
*Jen1st noridiar
FRIDAY. AUGUST
1 Personally Speaking
Patricia Curtice To
Wed K. L. Herman
Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April and their son. Samuel, recently Mrs Leonore Curtice, 364 S.W.
returned from a trip to Savannah and points North. In Savannah igth Road, announces the engage-
th Aprils visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ] ment and forthcoming marriage
Herbert Blumenthal.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baer and son. Edward, returned here
after spending several weeks at Duncraqqan Inn, Henderson-
ville, N. C.
* *
Spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Mort Stern, 2535
of her daughter, Patricia, to
Kenneth Lee Berman, son ?f Mr.
and Mrs. M. Berman, 1745 S.W.
15th St.
The couple will exchange vows
at the Coral Gables Woman's Club
an-
Leonore P. LeVine
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H LeVi,
2007 S.W. 17th Ave., nave a'
nounced the engagement f the'"
daughter, Leonore P., to Ivan j
Sharps, son of Mrs. David Shar
and the late Mr. Sharps J
Chicago. K ol
A graduate of St. Patrick's Rut
School, the bride-elect attend
Florida State University *A
graduated from the University".
Miami. Miss LeVine is at pre!
on the faculty of Kensington ?S
Elementary Schooll "rk
Her fiance attended Chicago
jot Miami and was a memoer oi lor two years in the Pacific arT
Mrs. Joseph Weiss, 610 S^W 18th Ave., will leave by plane ft 2^JS$S3^ SdmlS^ ?^ -
tor San Francisco Friday. While there, she will be the guest of B.nai Brith Young Women and I Miss LeVine is leaving for Ch,
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Folts. past president of the B'nai B'rith cago to spend the sumnu
+ + + I Girls Chapter.
... ^ tt j in Mr. Berman is also an alumnus
Miamians vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville. Lf Mjamj Hjgh Scnool wherc hc
N. C, include Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. was a band member. He served
on September 10 at 2:30 p.m.
The bride-elect attended Miami
S.W.~f9th Terr., are their daughter, Mrs. Herbert Silver, of Long High School where she was a
Island City, N. Y.. and her twin sons, Michael and Stephen. | -mber^^f ^ tand^ orchestra
* the Etude Club and Collegium
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., have as their Musicum, honorary music socie-
houseguest Mrs. Shapiro's brother, Harry A. Taffer, of New York. ties, she attended the University schools and served in~tlv
An August 27 service at Phyllis
Kapp Studio in Coral Gab'es will
u.-.ite Miss Anita Laura Mandlen
and Meyer Norman Sherman.
The bride-elect is the daughter Harvey Herman and daughter, Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robin,
ihe Ben Rubins. 2447 S.W. 3th Mr. and Mrs. Irving Margolis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Levy, Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Steinberg. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Steinberg. Mrs.
Florence Hcrsch. Theodore Freed, Joe Cohen and Fred Levy.
* -* *
Mr. Sherman's parents are
'.'.:. and Mrs. Saul Sherman. 1900
S.W. 7th St. Both Miss Manc'.en
a.-.d Mr. She:man are graduate?
- Miami High School.
for two years in the navy and
recently graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Busi-
ness Administration. He is a
member of Pi Lambda Phi
S leets August 19
18 s the dati
Wiss Ophi rinsky.
tei i Jai ; Chrinskys
lal Cul .:. : : her mar-
, fraternity and at present is as-
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mirell. 500 S.W. 19th Ave.. announce sociated with his father in the
the birth of a dauqhter, Abby Joan, on July 24 at Doctors' operation of Kenny's Restaurant.
. Hospital. The mother is the former Rose Rosenthal. < .,,,...,1 t-lv .,. .
* odniuci ojieciors
Flying to New York Sunday are Sidney and Sherburt Weiss, ; Tell D&UffhtCr's
610 S.W. 18th Ave. They will visit their brother-in-law and sister, \\\,, 1,1,,-,,,' Diane
Mr. and Mrs. George Goodfriend, Essex House. \\ CUU111^ I Id IIS
* 4c Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spector,
Vacationing at the New Yorker Hotel are Mrs. Leo Br.me, ZnlT ^X^c^ rnT-
:l ymond Seftell. son of OI y'yton. Mo., and Mrs. Sophya Goldstein, of St. Louis, Mo. j riage of their daughter, Shirley,
Murray Seftell, 1128 During their stay, the visitors have been entertained by Mrs. to Harris Klein, son of the Ed-
v 6;h St. Brimer's cousin, Max Capp, 255 N.W. 44th St., and Mr and Mrs ward Kleins. 1535 S.W. 17th St.
bridegroom re- Ma* Friedman' 2010 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach. They were .Ih* *'ednfg *"\ Vak* Pla at
:s degree from Jd here recently by Mrs. Brimer's nephew and niece, Mr. ^Vaobi Hy8man Kaplan. M
y University and is .. science: and Mrs- Nalhan Friedman, of St. Louis, Mo. .William Wyatt, sister of the
mi Edison Junior : bride-elect, and Allan Cohen will
Hi is completing his Mr- and Mrs. Nat Shusterman have returned to Miami a'tend the couple. A reception in
legree at Beach to make their home after living in Montreal Canada for ; J 11 "T*" ,PP Studio wiU
the pas. seven months. Mrs. Shusterman. the formw NariS ,0"0W ** ^^
with
the family of her fiance
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1366 S. W. 15th St.
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Miss Chrinsky attended the
-' t Miami, where she
red in mu
Thalblum. vntertained her brother, Harvey, from June 11 until
the three left Canada. The Shustermans are residing at 835
Jefferson Ave.
Marjorie Beth Epstein
Plans December Rites
thai of Miss Marjorie Beth
; E an 11 : W ilfe Mass-
' f thi [srael Massings
e. Md was announced
Both Miss Spector and her
fiance are graduates ot Miami
High School and both are alumni
of the University of Miami. Mr.
Klein belonged to Zeta Beta Tau,
ODK and Lead and Ink.
Mr.
nounce
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Birnbaum recently left for a six-week ,
s^ST' They wiH visit in Detroi1, New York and Saratoga Maxine Lee Bender
* *
and Mrs. Leon A. Epstein, 1751 Washington Ave., an-
the birth of a daughter, Ellen Ruth, at St. Francis
- lay by hi parents, Mr. and "osPlta' on Wednesday, July 26. Mr. Epstein is associated with
Benjamin Epstein. 4810 tne law firm of Myers, Heiman and Kaplan
Bay Road, Miami Beach. '
isIbeinVgaplaAnneDdeCember Rptu^n,r L?Pnard WaUace f West Palm Beach's Temple I
ttended the Uni- ?e,h El recently returned from a brief vacation in his former Sis, CZ ?< i, '. where
home. Charlotte, N. C. ^J^^toSr of
Mrs. Ruth Bender, 1322 S.W. 7th
To Wed Norton Segal
I Planning a fall wedding is Miss
Maxine Lee Bender, whose en-
gagement to Norton Segal, son
; of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Segal,
. 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
I was announced at a party last
I week at the Lakeside Inn,
CANTOR COOPER
of Beth El Synagogue, wishes
position as Cantor for High Hoi,
Days or permanent connection.
Will give free audition.
Call 82-8971 before 5 P.M.
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Of Your Wedding,
Birthday Party
And Other Private Affairs
SY LIPPMAN
1630 S.W. 10th St. 1.-7934
Sunshine Flower
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1119 S.W. 27th Avenue
floral Decorations & Cut Flowers
For Every Occasion
For Personal Attention Call
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ATTRACTIVE WIDOW
Seeks acquaintance with a
gentleman of fine calibre
55-60 years of age.
Mrs. K, Box 2973, Miami 18
Del!.; Phi Epsilon sororitv.
prospective bridegroon
Kited from the University of
land School of Pharma
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75c
designed to give
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fine voile cloth.
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Mrs. L. Irachtenberg of West Palm Beach has returned to St" is a Senate of Miami High
her home from Good Samaritan Hospital, where she was con-1 oho1 and is a le8aI secretary,
fined following injuries sustained in an automobile accident I E. a member of Tri-Beta
ItJfSSSEZ GeMHrS hi TUrn6d 10 WeS' Palm B-Ch <* ffiSSjTiS^SA \Z
living in Baltimore Md., with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Ithe L'niversitv of Florida. He is
Harry birkin, Jr. Miss Gelders is the dauqhter of Mr arri Mr<=' MScted with his brothers in
bidney Gelders of West Palm Beach.
be .h4erSauE^elih1,OChe, lef' !r Ric*mond' Va. where she will
l^JTSii^ hGr son"ln-law nd daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
tne operation of Lakeside Inn and
thi Miami Beach Checker Cab
Co.
A. Finley Binder.
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and
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New York, where she will spend the remainder of the summer.
, 0SfcndLin9 severa' weeks in the North are
csPch Schupler of West Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs.
diet required.
Phone 2-4032
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[Y. AUGUST 4, 1950
fcw/c/i nnrtri/nn
PAGE NINE
Sue Marks, Robert Joseph Garvett
|iange Vows In Washington, I). C.
Hotel 2400 in Washington, D. C.
was the setting for the wedding
of Miss Leta Sue Marks to Robert
Joseph Garvett at 2 p.m. Sunday.
A reception ad dinner followed
the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marks of
Washington. The bridegroom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
S. Garvett, DiLido Island, Miami
Beach.
For the ceremony, the bride
chose a white satin gown with
Chantilly lace bertha and a panel
of lace ruffles extending down
the front of the full skirt. Her
illusion veil fell from a cap of
lace and pearls, and her bouquet
was composed of orchids and
stephanotis.
The bride's mother greeted
guests in a gown of cocoa lace
over net and taffeta. Mrs. Garvett
wore a grey sheer gown.
After a wedding trip to Cape
Cod, the newlyweds will reside
in Miami. For traveling, the
former Miss Marks wore a light
blue faille suit with navy ac-
cessories.
1500 Delegates To Attend Hadassah's
36th Annual Convention In New York
Its. Robert J. Garvett
I York Girl,
HaMcv Xcwmark
AiwU'trothed
betrothal of Miss Barbara
SlaVHto II inlov J. Newmark. son j
of j I and Mrs. Nathan New-1
markMr. 1601 Lenox Ave.. Miami j
has been announced by
ier. Mrs. Abraham Slavin, |
lYork. |
ride-elect, a former resi-
Springfield, Mass., was
gradaBed from Edgwood Park j
Junior College and received her
degree from Adelphi i
Mrs. Weintraub
Appointed To
lll>iise Post
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub was
recently appointed assistant
chairman of the women's division
of the Dade County Defense
Council.
As chief of the block plan
during World War II, Mrs. Wein-
traub had 8,000 block leaders
under her jurisdiction. She is
chairman of the Dade County
Health Council and for many
years has served as chairman of
the Dade County Federation of
Women's Clubs annual Fiesta of
Stars. She recently headed the
South Florida Children's Hospital
women's campaign for funds and
in 1945 was chairman of the
women's division of the Mercy
Hospital fund.
The defense leader has worked
with the March of Dimes, Visiting
Nurses Association, Mental Health
Society of Southeast Florida and
'he American Cancer Society. She
is a member of the National
Council of Jewish Women.
More than 1500 delegates and
guests, representing almost 300,-
000 women in every state of the I
union will converge on New York
City's Waldorf Astoria from
August 20 to 23 tor "perhaps the
most crucial gathering in the
history of Hadassah, the Women's
Zionist Organization of America I
its 36th annual convention," ac-
cording to Miss Hannah Goldberg,
1 national convention chairman.1
Mrs. Moses P. Epstein is conven-
I tion co-chairman.
In a joint statement the con-
vention chairmen declared: "Our I
' program of health and medical,
I vocational and child welfare,
youth rehabilitation and land re- ,
demption activities for the forth-
I coming year in Israel takes on a I
compelling significance because |
of the heightened international
tension. Hadassah's extension of
a firm hand to the one guardian
of democracy in the Middle East
a ii.inu we have held extended
for nearly four decadesspeaks
for itself at a time when the
; democratic way of life is being
challenged on a world-wide
front."
Among the speakers at the con-
vention will be Senator Brien
McMahon of Connecticut, chair-
man of the Joint Congressional
Committee on Atomic Energy; Dr.
Eli Davis, Jerusalem, head of the
Hadassah Medical Organization
in Israel; the Honorable Aubrey
Eban, Israel Ambassador to the
United States and UN delegate;
the Honorable Arthur Lourie, Is-
rael Consul, Israel Consul General
in New York Ciiv; 'Vlax I.rner. i
well-known columnist and au-
thor; Dr. iViordecai tidplan, noicu '
author, teacher and head of the I
Society for the Advancement of ]
Judaism, New York City, and!
Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin, national!
president of Hadassah.
Miss Goldberg and Mrs. Epstein
said that "not only is the young
republic a potent ally in the \
battle to broaden democracy's:
[Newmark received his B. S.
from the University of
n and at present is in his
I year at the New York
B ity Medical School. He
three years with the army
st lieutenant in the medical
stration corps and was
I in the Philippines and
ittee Calls For
fting Covenant
EVA (JTA)The social
ttee of the U.N. Economic
cial Council adopted a
in this week to send a
iternational covenant on
: ights to the General As-
! ir eventual return, after
bly discussion, to the
Rights Commission for
ing.
esolution asked the As-
' i determine whether the
il implementation written
p covenant by the Human
Commission is adequate or
wish groups maintain that
i'. The committee's resolu-
usl now be taken up by
is ;i whole.
im Rubber Supply
ippears to bo ample foam
B r all usual requirements
| furniture industry. The
uted foam rubber short-
| occurring only in those
^- ni the country where up-
J i lurniture makers,bought
^stiny inventories.
Jiiv Furniture Factory and
Works, 1225 N.E. 2nd Ave.,
^1 fabricate their own
fis ,md constructions and
-J> advise all their customers
^< y need not be stampeded
purchasing for long future
1 At present. Empire makes
pliairs, love seats, sectionals,
occasional spot chairs,
room host and hostess
land many other items in
Rubber and is even starting
on its rattan line.
Fers of the Floridian and
fiends are cordially invited
I the showroom directly in
[of the factory and the
itself.
Baptists Call For End
Of Discrmiination
CLEVELAND, (WNS)A call
| to 18,000,000 Baptists throughout
i the world to remove from their
I worship and fellowship all forms
of segregation and discrimination
I "based on race, color or culture"
was issued this week by the
World Baptist Congress at its
meeting here at which 52 coun-
tries were represented.
Admitting mat Baptists them-
selves were guilty of discrimina-
tion in their churches and private
I lives, the resolution warned that
such prejudice "provides fertile
! soil for the development and
spread of communism fascism and
other anti-social programs."
In another resolution, noting
that only six more governments
need ratify the convention of the
United Nations outlawing geno-
cide, the Eighth Congress of the
World Baptist Alliance endorsed
the convention and expressed its
hope for speedy ratification.
DINNER DATE
of DISTINCTION
DID YOU KNOW
YOU CAN DINE 1
IN LUXURY j
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U Nightly from 6 P. M. S
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frontiers but because of its initia-
tive and hard-working people it
could become a pivotal point for
the economic development of the
entire Middle Eastern area."
Miss Goldberg said that ap-
proval of a budget of more than
$6,000,000 will be sought at the
convention "to carry on and in
some cases step up Hadassah's
comprehensive program, which
includes running a network of
eight hospitals, 63 child-welfare
stations, which give prenatal and
post-natal care to mothers and
infants, partnership with the He-
brew University in Israel's only
medical school, a mental hygiene
clinic, a school for nurses, a pre-
ventive medical center and medi-
C-ll supervision of 150,000 children
in schools and kindergartens, in
addition to training young people
for trade and industry, providing
school lt-.ncheons for 35,000 school
children daily and maintaining
and educating tens of thousands
of child refugees brought into the
country by the Youth Aliyah (im-
migration) movement of which
HnHs^qh is tne official repre-
sentative in America.
Other significant issues which
will be reviewed by the conven-
tion include American affairs and
Zionist youth projects in the
United States and the status and
future of American Zionism, Miss
Goldberg said. Discussions will
also be held on the Jerusalem
issue and the efforts of the UN to
achieve a permanent peace be-
tween Israel and the Arab nations.
UJA. Jewish Agency
Leaders Now Meeting
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Dr. .
Nahum Goldmann, Baruch Zuck-,
erman and Mrs. Rose HalpHn,
members of the American section
of the Jewish Agency executive, .
! arrived here this week together
j with Henry Montor, director of.
j the United Jewish Appeal, for
j consultations with Jewish Agency
j members here and with the Israel
Government on problems con-
cerning the raising of funds in
the United States for Israel.
It is understood that they wili
discuss suggestions for a "tri-
ennial ^campaign" to be conducted
in the United States during the
next three years. The possibility
' of floating a popular loan for
Israel will also be discussed.
FRED SCHNEIDER
NOTED NEW YORK
CANTOR
Noted New York Cantor,
making Miami his home,
available for High Holidays.
Only established Synagogue
need call. Both Orthodox
and Modern Orthodox serv-
ices rendered.
Telephone 58-8705
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my recommendations to secure
better values, so do I rely on
FARR to secure the best reserva-
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I

FRIDAY. AUGUST
Art Exhibit To
Highlight Social
\n exhibition of non-i
p, ,i; Iharles l! Jacobson,
nist, will be
featu i
ed by thi
: Sunday.
I
P Avi
\c, ord -
W
the social evei
... e-partii
tertainmenl
. n ectiv
.. iur.il
tei Miami :
one-man
at thi Di Ian Hotel which
,: i 10 persons.
H. h. ted in Los An|
Chici go. ai 'i K
I son stud ed at tl
ol Fini A and
ed in the West Indie
Xorthside Group
Leases Tluli For
lloliil.'iv Services
". : Cen1
leased "
: N E
:!

I
lent
N W 791 St.,
eetii
I S1
'
Kli'in A||i hi'i Wsirrien
i
el '
thi
[or all
Count
t- l- ount) '
County Defi
n the task
si tting up s -..
n s 11 irhen l
; again
Kli in, win i .v as citi d by I
fctarj ''' S-::: son foi
. ..: ./ ng the besl it along
Atlantic coast, is fo
thi Ji Wai Vet-
rved twice as
: thi Beach Ami
: 1 P '
Ginsburg Opens
Real Estate Office
Ben Zioh Ginsburg, real
:. announces the opening ol
his 0ffj e 420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Bi
* Well kn :
civiC | m .: affaii -. G ns-
burg '
v ...... ,-. | A--
tion. vice pn nt of th
B ganiza-
Hebri
of the R
e and
board ectorsof I Miami Beach Ji
nd the Bureau of Ji
E ition.
Ginsburg is also on thi
3 : the Greater Miami
.!. wish Federation, a membei
B'nai B'nth. on the Miami Beach
Planning Board housing and wel-
fare sub-committee; and a mem-
ber ol the national administrate
council of the Zionist Organiza-
of Amei ii
Bom and reared in Chi
burg served as president of
region "f the Zionist
n then He was |
di nt foi fivi the Hyde
. .. Ci nti a member
Group To Present Pool
To Children's Hospital
The Dade County Polio P ol
Group will present its otdoor
physio-therapeutic pool to the
Varietv Children's Hospital in
mies at the hospital
mounds, 6125 S.W. 31st St.. on
Sunday. August 6, at 3 p.m.
Members oi the group's execu-
ve are Mrs. Sydnej
L. Weintraub. Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton H. Friend and Mr. and Mrs,
E. w. Broidy.
Beach Y Will Sponsor
Moonliaht Excursion
Miami Beach YM & WHA will
sponsor a moonlight excursion
aboard Showboat on Saturday.
August 12, tr >m 8:30 to 11:30 p.m.
The boat will depart from Pier
Seven, City Yacht Basin.
I Mush- and entertainment are
planned. ^__________
|
' of the board of directors of the
1 Orthodox Home for the Aged, a
I member of the Covent Club and
is still an honorary member of
i the board ol directors of the He-
' brew Theological College.
Mrs. Poneher To
Attend Meet
Mrs Maurey Poneher will
represent the Greater Miami
Auxiliary of the Jewish Con-
sumptives Relief Society at a
meeting of the national organiza-
tion to be held In Denver be-
ginning August 25. Anonunce-
ment of her appointment has been
made by Mrs. Morns Goluskm,
local auxiliary president.
According to Mrs. Goluskm.
auxiliaries throughout the country
have increased their support of
the JCRS sanitarium in Denevr
following the resignation of Dr.
Louis I. Miller as head Of the
institution.
Mrs. Poneher. ease chairman,
visits patients in the tubercular
wards at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital and Kendall weekly.________
Subject Announced
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PAGE ELEVEN
imunity, Directors, Professional Personnel
[Work Together On Centers Unit Program
MRS. CARL SUSSKIND
tan. Personnel Committee,
visit Centers Association
of Greater Miami
te is no one person or
z;ilion in our community to
| we can refer as doing all
rk. Most people, whether
calize it or not, are re-
ole for the type and calibre
^on who is employed in our
! time activity program, and
program itself. There is
lite partnership between
lards of our agencies and
professional workers. All
es are formed by a group
le in the community who
|e need of a specific type
kice. ideology, or religious
fit. The board of directors
agency, is the sounding
it the community, listening
wants, its needs and its
groupings. A cross section
community sits on the
I (Iilectors of the Jewish
Association. Skilled orn-.
1. help is employed to i
jut the program of the
Centers Association. A
^ship between the com-
and its needs on one hand,
personnel to do the best
!>st efficient job on the
las been formed.
rk to be efficiently ac-
d must be done by those
|ve knowledge, skill, and
for their particular job.
B high standards of work-
that are needed in our
Icial fields are necessary in
fcmunity work as well. The
ent personnel hired by our
time agencies are all
[and skilled professionals
work through schooling
tical experience. They
tnsible for carrying out
tram of their particular
Tlio responsibility of
our children and adults
Dpervising their varied
falls on their shoulders.
[is how it works. Our corn-
spends $300,000 yearly in '
H out this program. We I
14 full time professional ;
. employed by the two Y's [
wish Centers Association.!
It her workers are employed I
[-lime activities as nursery I
and camp counselors.
Children participate in Americanism program.
Specialists for specific skills are
used in art, music, dancing, era Its,
hobbies, and dramatics. Club
leaders are also included in this
number of people employed.
The professional staff of the
Jewish Centers Association is
headed by an executive director
who is assisted by three unit
supervisors and an adult activity
director. They are responsible for
our greater community program-
ming and for the integration of
work among the local agencies
who are its members.
The president of the Jewish
Centers Association appoints a
personnel committee. The person-
nel committee asks the National
Jewish Welfare Board to submit
the names of available persons
who are qualified to fill the
vacant position. The Jewish Wel-
fare Board, parent organization
for social workers employment,
sends the Jewish Centers Asso-
ciation Personnel Committee pro-
files of these applicants. A profile
is a compendium of the applicant's
qualifications, education and
background. It also contains an
evaluation of services from
previous employers and refer-
ences. The personnel committee
invites the most likely candidates
to appear for a personal inter-
view. Those interviewed are not
only from out of town, but also
from our local community. The
personnel committee of the Jew-
ish Centers Association recom-
mends to its board only those
applicants who have the approval
and consent of the area or agency
in which they are to work. The
board of the Jewish Centers As-
sociation, after listening to the
findings of the personnel commit-
tee and its recommendations, em-
powers the committee to employ
the applicant, or rejects its find-
ings. In case there is a rejection,
the personnel committee starts its
work all over again.
The two Y's in turn each has
its own personnel committee who
work through the same proce-
dure. Each Y has an autonomous
set-up, which works unfcr the
supervision of the Jewish Centers
Association, and its own staff. The
Y's staff is responsible for its own
individual program under the
policies set by its individual
board.
The leisure time agencies have
set up articles of standards and
practices. This sets forth the con-
i ditions and terms of employment
of all persons hired by those
agencies, including office workers.
It contains provisions for maxi-
mum and minimum salaries, va-
cation schedules, termination pay.
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and hours of work. This is a
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which it uses for all indiscrimi-
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interpreted. The professionals
know the conditions of employ-
ment and methods of redress.
This provides the staff with a
maximum sense of security, and
thus better enables it to produce
to its maximum capacity.
The Jewish Centers Association
has not yet set up its articles of
standards and practices. The per-
sonnel committee of the Jewish
Centers Association will be re-
sponsible for carrying out this
work. The references used will be
those of Federation and the two
Y's.
Who does the work? The com-
munity does its share by express-
ing its wants and its needs. The
boards of directors do their share
by expressing more concretely
the ideas of the community and |
setting up and supervising an j
organization to help carry them !
out. The professional worker does i
his share by carrying out the pro-
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JEWS IN SPORTS
\,,ii.Sciniiisiii Will Decline In
I iii;I.iiiI- British Leader Predicts
~ __. ^11 ____:_ ..4(.L-iH hv anti-Semilie:
anti-Semities in
wUi'de- Britain for the past 14 years they
By HASKELL COHEN
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Dick Savitt, .-.x-f
tar fi
blossomed
32SS3
LONDON. (JTA)The convlc- attacked
: m thai anti-Semitism
c
t
Oick Sav f 5 x-i'1')! uiree-iru .1 -^i nu^-cii. wiw ..^ .-........- .
star from Orange. N. J. has a furore with hishomerunbelting
blossomed int th ur boy for the Cleveland Indians has
Ze m England was voiced here have no legal protection as a
week :.I the Commonwealth community under the present
conference of Jewish organiza- law.
Al Rosen, who is creating auit by Dr. Abraham Cohen. protection of Jewish com-
ident of the Board of Deputies muniti(.s abroad was aiso dis-
" '" '______ cussed here at the conference.
discussion of anti- Barnett Janner, British Jewish
Semitism and fascism. Dr. Cohen |eader, who introduced the sub-
declared: "I believe thai with thejject, declared that "it would be
the
I out that the situation In
die. East had deteriorate
of Big Power politics. R
between Israel and
states, he said, had w
there is a future war v7
prepared for it." he pon
He also warned that anvr.
of fighting would "not I
peated along the old liner!
Mr. Ben Aharon recailJ
Israel's independence '
only at "the cost of heavy
fice." He said that it J
grade." :' bruising fists.
I by As a boxer at the University >i
n- Miami. Al was wont
i Confiden that's beak in I way of flj
, to i nergetic I'
i. ball for 1 reak was
Gardner Mullo 3i when thi Jewish third
it "
p fly and lost
' in the sun The apple landed
; been wielded against the Jewish lojn sut.|, an organization.
munity by malicious agi-
rs.
The I tDick square on his nose, break
: ti iment for the ninth time and,
lition. g ive vouns Al two
r itifu : ried
S n that
Penns>
n (1 that h par with
the ] ment
it 1 f dis-
putation.
The bronzed, husky lad. wh >
up w il
i week's Pi nnsyl-
vania 5tat
i .-: ppning |
ponents :n the sixtieth annual
Meadow Club toun n South-
: .
.
Eddie Gottlii a dis-
the e ite with
his Negro basemen, but they
n the
, black suit of the sale of
stjunning hjs ?tar thl..d baseman, ciarks n
Bost ri Bi .:'.- Ciarks m
was purchased for the Milwaukee
Brewers. B st in Brave farm team
..n League. But the
truth of the matter is Clarkson
i en igl make
team right
Dr. Cohen advocated a
range policy of eliminating pre-
judice through education and the
iting of irganized anti-
Semitism by counter-propaganda.
He SU a combined ap-
proach to various government* in
spaces'' by a supreme eld
speed up mass immigration \
e
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WANTED
A warning that the position of
Israel is less secure today than it
was before the establishment of
the Jewish state was sounded at A modern Bal-Shachris l
the parley by Yitzhak Bon j High Holidays. Apply at
Aharon. Mapam member of the person lo Rabbi A. Scki
Israel Parliament. The deputy. 12010 S.W. 17th St.. I*
who is a member of the Israel | write to 528 Simonton St.
Parliamentary delegation cur- West, Fla.
ampton. .'. n J ily 25
Havin d I W th< B st :. Bjaves
i' n ol v o:; : .j n I n w
T n\ V n< nl I Eln st. 6-S _,.. .. ,
.- seventh eded. S tt was Eddies I mer plaver Hal
... ; .... Ba] .-- vh was sold to the
El Paso. Texas n I Ueveland Indian chain, is mur-
, Ju;,, 26 -. "all forSan Diego on
goes I ss. result- I I Pacific Coast. The talk is that
l-( en n Ii
; Simpson is just about the
best prospect in the minors today
and can't miss being a great ball ]
T, vr r ,. till... ion .-iiii.t.-i UVIIIK frlVOl Ullll I
.,' !'; :. U'- Plaver with Cleveland when he
S?"a?SS,S! Ess: 2 *,."." ~ *
will get additional money for
Simpson once the youngster
makes the grade with the Indians
' will play a charity
on August fifth at the
C intrv Club in Wood-
Mi V : the benefit
of the N w V irk .1 lurnal Ai
S Fund. The Globe -
1 :11 meet their Eu:
ooDonenl 51 I America.
. thLeoBarnh rst. I rmei N tre JERUSALEM. (JTA)The Is-
r me en il T nv Lavel Boston faeJ Cabinet met this week to
Celt! i I. Moeus of hear a report on the international
E lie Gottlieb's Philadelphia situation from Foreign Minister
W
Israel Cabinet1
II r sirs II ('ports
Moshe Sharett. No details of the
days r?KilW,ei? ^a known- .Th<'
airived in New York on Julv 27 Fudbmet also. heafd ,a "port on
i- nkn0 ,n ,,i,. k!- I u- tne economic situation of the
t '. benefit exhibitions, one at At its meeting the Cabinet also
' Alamac on August 4 for the approved loans for basic chemi-
n Runyon Cancer Fund, and cal industries as well as a plan
' game for '.he Sandlot Fund to build a road from Sodom to,
on thi fifth. In tune with the Beersh^ba. It also prepared a
teristic oi draft of a bill which would enable
the U the transfer to Israel of companies
. registered in England. The adop-
1 gin lion of this bill would make it
i :. th r. possible for the Anglo-Palestine
ry ] Bank to transfer its central off ice
H tti 3i fr :: London to Jerusali
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the hope of getting them to ban I rent]v visiting London, noin'ed
the dissemination of anti-Semitic i-------'------------------------------------------
literature through the mails.
A demand for the adoption of
legislation in Britain making
community libel a criminal of-
fense was voiced at the meeting
by Reuven Lieberman, chairman
of the law and par'^mentan-
committee of the Board of
Deputies of British Jews. lie
suggested that the legislation be
directed against anyone conduct-
ing propaganda "directed against
any body of persons within the
United kingdom distinguishable
as such by race, creed or color,
and which is calculated to bring
the same into hatred, ridicule or
contempt-." Mr. Lieberman assert-
ed that such legislation, by con-
tributing toward the elimination
of racial hatred in general, would
not only protect the Jews but
would also help preserve world
peace.
He also reviewed the influence
of German anti-Semitic propa-
ganda in Britain before the war.
and the revival of Mosleyite
activities in the postwar period.
He pointed out that although the
Jews as a community have been
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-Jewish ncrXUan
rican Jewish Congress, Other Groups
Statement Against Mundt Bill
PAGE THIRTEEN
]-out battle against the
ferguson-Johnston Bill is
[inducted by the Stephen
lise Wise Chapter of the
in Jewish Congress, ac-
to Frederick S. Gross-
esident of the new group.
iH salvo in the campaign
keries of radio programs
ftheme "Does the Mundt
gn Jail for You?" In this
broadcast last Thursday,
and Monday, community
expressed their opposition
ill.
lundt-Ferguson-Johnston
2311) was reported out
fcenute Judiciary Commit-
larch 21. This bill differs
[ightly from S. 1194
and S. 1196 (Ferguson).
hearings were held last
[Maim' objectives are to
registration by "Corn-
political organizations"
Lmmunist-front organiza-
Ind to impose criminal
on individuals for va-
|"subversive activities,"
>i not in connection with
pf;anizations. Meanwhile,
as introduced H. R. 7595.
with the new Senate
the House of Represent-
knd hearings on it have
tun by the Committee on
B-ican Activities,
lational American Jewish
in coordination with 17
fjanizations, has issued a
kt against the proposed
In.
fcsing complete and un-
opposilion to commun-
all threats to national
whether from the ex-
Ight or left, as well as
In to any violation of the
Vties guaranteed in the
fcon. the statement reads:
eve the proposed legisla-
te) be such a constitu-
iolation of those civil
and would be more
; to our American demo-
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cracy than the evil it seeks to
control. We believe, moreover,
ll?l '* Passage would materially
aid the cause of communism. It
would thus undermine the struc-
ture of the American government
iand the American society which
I it ostensibly is meant to buttress."
i The statement then cites three
characteristics of the bill which
make it undesirable.
First, the language of the bill,
which makes criminal any act
substantially contributing to the
. establishment of a foreign-con-
| trolled totalitarian dictatorship.
i violates the due process require-
ments of the Constitution because
of its vagueness. The vagueness
of "substantially contribute," tht
statement contends, threatens the
organizational activity of the en-
tire liberal movement in this
country, "since people would be
afraid to join with their fellow-
citizens to seek any form of
change, progress or reform which
is or might be supported bv the
communists.
j "It is standard technique for
! the communists to give lip service
i to a great many liberal causes for
their own nefarious purposes."
the statement continues. "In addi-
tion, if enacted, the bill might
well be construed as making
criminal the performance by an
attorney of his duty in defending
a communist client. It might even
make criminal the mere advocacy
of the law itself."
Second, the statement asserts
that the proposed bill would
inflict serious penaltiescriminal
sanctions, social and economic
ostracism and character assassina-
tionon individuals,'merely be-
cause of association with certain
organizations whose natures are
< !hmse)v<-s defined with suf-
ficient precision, and "would thus
inevitably restrict inquiry and
th"i>?h'. belief and expression."
Third, the legislation would in-
^flict penalties on organizations by
legislative proscription instead of
I by judicial proceedings. Hence,
the statement declares, the bill is
a bill of attainder; that is, mem-
bers of communist political
groups face loss of passport privi-
leges and federal employment,
merely by virtue of their mem-
bership and not after determina-
tion by the courts.
Enactment of the proposed
legislation is completely unneces-
sary for American security, the
statement maintains, and indeed
is likely to strengthen the very
enemies it is intended to disarm.
The registration provisions of the
bill, it continues, would not give
the government any information
which the FBI does not already
possess, and would probably drive
the communists underground.
This would make it harder to
combat them. "Helping the com-
munists make martyrs of them-
selves can only enhance the .ap-
peal they make to the unthink-
ing," the statement says.
Joining with the American Jew-
ish Congress in the issuance of
this statement are Amalgamated
Clothing Workers of America,
American Association of Univers-
ity Professors, American Civil
Liberties Union, American Coun- '
cil of Human Rights, Americans
For Democratic Action, American
Jewish Committee, American
Veterans Committee, Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith,
Friends Committee, Jewish Labor
Committee, Jewish War Veterans,
-wish Publication Society Will
Launch Membership Campaign
Judge Louis E. Levinthal and
his wife have returned to their
home in Philadelphia following a
three weeks' stay at the Saxony
Hotel, Miami Beach. Judge Levin-
thai stated that he planned upon
his return to initiate a nationwide
public relations campaign on be-
half of the Jewish Publication
Society, of which he is president.
During the 62 years of its
existence, the J.P.S. has relied
upon primary support from its
membership. However, the dues
received from members have
never covered the costs of the
society, so that it was necessarv
for various individuals to make
philanthropic contributions in
order to meet its needs. Gifts of
this nature have all but disap-
peared during the past five or
six years because of the heavv
demands placed on philanthropy
by overseas relief needs.
The society, the only one of its
nature in existence, has already
distributed 350.000 volumes o'f
Jewish content since its inception
in 1888 by a group (,f men who
realized that the American-Jew
needed an authentic source of in-
formation regarding himself, his
Juria'sm and the setting in which
both found themselves in America.
In the early days, the leaders
of the J.P.S. were content to
translate into English a number
of important works published
previously in foreign languages.
However, they soon realized that
it would be necessary to create
the many works which demanded
publication and study. Subse-
quently the J.P.S. embarked upon
a program which had a dual pur-
posethe translation of important
works from other languages, as
well as the creation of original
works in English.
An important contribution
which the J.P.S. made to Jewish
life in America was through the
translation of the Holy Scriptures.
Previously, translations used were
all from Christian sources. To
date approximately 450.000 copies
of the J.P.S. translation of The
Holy Scriptures have been dis-
seminated to individuals, schools
and libraries.
Judge Levinthal stated that the
attempt to sell the Jewish Publi-
cation Society to the American-
Jewish community will be through
its membership program which
each year for a nominal sum of
$5 provides many times that
National Association of Jewish
Center Workers, National Council
of Jewish Women, National Wom-
en's Trade Union League, Social
Action Committee of the Con-
gregational .Christian Churches
and the Textile Workers, CIO.
Judge Louis Levinthal
Pmount of value in books pub-
lished by the society which
members receive without further
charge.
Sholem Luncheon Club to
Hear Recruiting Officer
Major Harold Hillman. recruit-
ing officer of the United States
army and Air Force for South
Florida, will be guest speaker at
the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
Luncheon Club, on Friday. August
4. at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian
Restaurant.
Major Hillman is expected to'
discuss informally some of the
current problems facing the re-
cruiting office in South Florida
today.
Children Entertained
North Shore Lodge of B'nai
B'rith feted the children at the
county home in Kendall at a
party Tuesday, according to Leo
Steinman, lodge community serv-
ice chairman. Highlight of the
] evening was a kiddie show under
the direction of Miss McKay, local
dunce instructor.
Listen to
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Every Friday at 10:15 A.M.
Every Sunday at 2:30 P.M.
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community. Wide Kashruth Association, Participatina
Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warns the public.
1. Thai only mores where the nlgti of the liJIVH il"10J or*
displayed are endorsed by the Vaail:
I. That only chickens with the rlne of th- OMVH fi'iDl
are endoraed by the Vaad as kosher;
3. That only KKKSHI.Y KILLED chickens with the ring of the OMVH
may be purchased in the livv poultry market:
That rOLP chltk.ns In the live poultry market cannot be endorsed
by the Vaad because they may be Over Zman:
Not to be misled bv statements such as "traditional meals served"'
under the impression that they are kosher.
For other information about Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 53595.
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Beth David Synagogue
Announces
with pride
THE COMPLETION OF
THE NEW BETH DAVID
on Coral Way. 26th and 27th Roads
FOR THE COMING HIGH HOLIDAYS
A cordial invitation is extended to residents of Greater Miami
to worship in our beautiful new edifice this
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Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will conduct
services assisted by a professional choir under the
direction of Mr. Leon Shiff.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
Kkwisti fk>ricHar
5^IiAUGUST,
Roach Young Zionist I nit Will Be
Welcomed Into ZOA Family August
between the ages of 18 and 35.
the Miami Beach group meets on
alternate Thursdays at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Masada-Miami Beach Young
Zionist District will be officially
.velcomed into the Zionist Organ-
ization of America family at a
charter presentation ceremony to
be held at Chary's, 79th Street
r.iuseway. on Wednesday. August
9. at 8 p.m. A complete buffet
Jinner will be served.
The affair will mark the transi-
tion of Masada from a youth af-
:iliate to a full-status ZOA dis-
trict. Members of the national
executive committee of ZOA. of-
;icials of the Southeastern region
wnd local Zionist leaders will be
on hand to extend greetings to
the largest young Zionist district
>n the region.
Ileaeli Women
Give Typewriter
To Palsy lTnlt
The Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Women recently presented a type-
writer to the Cerebral Palsy As-
sociation, according to Mrs. Ida
Optner. president of the women's
unit.
The group is formulating plans
for an all-out membership drive.
' Mapping the campaign are the
Social Chairman Sue Kochen is ; Mesdames Jack Fein, Charles
n charge of the affair
her are
iients
Obituaries
MORRIS JANOVSKY
M .if 7::i sixth st pan*! :,*'-?v
Saturday. He Is survived by Ma.wire,
Minnie; a eon. Isidore: t.. daughters,
Mr* Shirley Hurwltt and Mrs i.....nore
Boblnaon, all of Miami Beach: a sister
and live brothers. Tin- remains were
USt to Brooklyn by the Wvenride
Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach.
ABE J. DWORSKY
:,<. i.f U4I Meridian Ave., >lieil
| Saturday. Survivors In.luile his wife.
Charlotte: two daufhters, IikUiiIimk
I Miss I'.iti Dworsfcy. Miami Beach; a
| son, Midshipman Alan Dworsky, of
I Annapolis: five sisters and two
brothers.
A member of the Miami Beach 1 "St
of the American l was a veteran of World War I. He
came here from Rochester nine years
a tto
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami
Beach, was In charge of the funeral
arrangements, interment took place
in Mt Nebo Cemetery.
lai tnaiwiuii cut- .u-'.'c" Mesdames Jack Fein, Charles
irge of the affair. Assisting Goidberg, Mi]ton Weinkle, Harry
re Stanley Grief, arrange- Kaufman, Jeanette Feller. Morris
:; Sybil Cowen. decorations; Goldin. JoseDh Oribt. Dave Alper.
Gilbert Rappaport. publicity:
Dave Goodwin, speakers.
Reservations for the event may
i made bv calling Miss Kochen
: 86-8977."
Open to young men and women
Beach Young Women
To Operate Station
The Clara Eiirsch Landau Chap-
i B'nai B'rith Young Women
.ill take over Harry's Sunoco
Service Stal m, 5th St. and Lenox
\\e. Miami Beach, on Sundav
August 6 The day's profits will
. donated to the chapter by
Han y Sisseln an, w ner,
Tin young women in turn will
-> iid the money to the Lend-a-1
camp fund.
Goldin. Joseph Oribt, Dave Alper.
Jack Silverman and Optner.
On the organization's fall
agenda is a "Tops in Our Town"
breakfast to bo held Tuesday.
October 10. Co-chairmen of this
function are Mrs. Milton Weinkle
and Mrs. Joseph Oribt. Assisting
them are Mrs. Sam Nudelman
and Mrs. Arthur Frishman.
Letters are now being sent to
all organizations asking them to
select a member whom they con-
Tops in Our Town." Ma
Harold Turk, William Wolfarth
and Keith Phillips will serve as
judges.
Prizes will include a two-day
trip to Havana, a weekend for
two at the Delano Hotel and a
one-day trip to Butlin's.
LoZito, popular siring artist, is appearing nightly at Bill
Jordan's Bar of Music. This is the fourth week that the violinist
has been pleasing patrons at Ihe Beach spot wilh his easy-to-
dance-to music. LoZito is a veteran of smart hotels and supper
clubs along the East Coast and has done extensive radio and
movie work.
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Get Your
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YOU ARE PAYING FOR TOP
QUALITY WORK. SEE THAT
YOU GET IT.
TRY US AND SEE HOW YOUR
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ASK OUR DRIVER
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Blue
Ribbon
I Flagler-Granada Women
To Meet Friday Afternoon
The Women's Activities Com-
! mittee of the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center will
meet Friday, August 4, at 2 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Robert
jTauber. 5251 S.W. 3rd St.
Plans will be discussed for the
kiddie variety show to be pre-
sented at the monthly entertain-
ment meeting on August 17 at
the Coral Gables Woman's Club.
Any member desiring her child
to participate in the program is
asked to call Mrs. Evelyn Clein,
head of the unit, or Mrs. Paul
Draizer.
The group will also map plans
for a swim dance scheduled for
the latter part of August.
Sholem Women wilt
men of Sholem uJ
B'rith at a social ajft.,
to be held Tuesday a,^1
8 p.m. in air-condit'm.JW
Hal of Temple KulH
announced by Drw ?L
Lenore Curtice "Sftjl
Aronovitz. 3g*m
David Stuzin, prop-,- Ji
man of Sholem Lodge kT5H
of the event. Assffi.,*M
Herbert Blume. A ^J
Mrs. Marx Faber Z\M
Lemelman. ""
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LY. AUGUST 4, 1950
Jewish rtrridfiar?
PAGE FIFTEEN
To Sponsor
inty-Wide Rally
junty-wide patriotic rally to
It hi'* homefront during the
Cicatcd by the Korean sit-
will be sponsored by local
\f the Jewish War Veterans
erica in Bay Front Park on
August 14.
Ihat time the JWV will
Ion South Floridians to ab-
Irom hoarding, to donate
and to cooperate with the
board and enlistment
is.
I program will follow the
Monday night band con-
jnducted by Caesar La-
lairmen of the affair are
[Beach Councilman Burnett
|nd Leonard Tobin. Mem-
their committee include
tpp, William Lewis, Melvin
William Hoffheimes, Al
Ind Hylan Kout.
LEGAL WOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
>sel h Israel
toints Cantor
intor Abraham Seif
jr Abraham Seif, known
r'Lembcrger Cantor," has
>ointed cantor of Kneseth
Fongregation, according to
^uncement by Rabbi Isaac
spiritual leader.
Seif. who has won
natio^H recognition for his musi-
cal 1 Kt, began his career as a
child 'pilw in his native Lem-
bergg^Hand. Upon his arrival in
the <^B^d States, he served as
cantofHf Bais Sholom Congrega-
iion JWBrooklyn for two years.
cantor will assume his'
V Kneseth Israel beginning
lichos services on Saturday,
iber 2. He will also conduct
Is during Rosh Hashona,
ippur and Succos.
its for High Holy Day
Is may be obtained at the
Igue office from 8 a.m. to 8
Bily, excepting Sabbath, or
ling 5-1682.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
"?WS ".'."'V tht- '''tlou8 nan..- of
RANCH HOUSE at Mill N.W 7th
Ave., Miami, intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
< ourt of Dade County, Florida.
HALCO, INC.
KM BREGER
Attorney for applicant
226 Lincoln Road
8/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
',',,. "!," ,YVK'S an JI-.W Kl.in, at 18 N. !: 1st Avenue,
Miami, Horida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL CET/.UG
ELSIE GETZUG
IRVING A. GETZUG
_....._ Applicants
M\ ERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/21-28 S/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i ,','',J.'v.',? "'"''''' ,n'' fictitious name of
PWEINKLES LIQUOR 8TORE8 I
Washington Avenue. Miami
Honda, intend to register said
with the Clerk of the circuit
of Dade County. Florida
CAUL WE1NKI.E
AARON WEINKLE
mv,. 1'K" '"IIAIKI.V
MYER8, HEIMAN .. KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant*
t 1127
leach,
name
Court
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned iR engaged In business
under the fictitious name of FLORIDA
BEVERAGE SERVICE, at 520 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Dade Countv
Florida, and intends to register the
said fictitious name In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida.
_____ BELLE GREENBERG
CHERTKOF AND KAL1SH
Attorneys
607 Olympia Building
Miami, Florida
7/21-28 8/4-11
. ,.0.RPER OF PUBLICATION
IN I HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRC "it IN X"
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLaRIDA.-
IN CHANCERY, No. l::nni.
JULIA I'ATRICIA ELLIS, plaintiff
c/o Bardis
Perry Avenue
Bayvllle, Long Island
m-iOU. K5 ."f'-'O' notified that a
II il of Complaint for Divorce has been
riled against you, and you are hereby
i'(iinied to serve a copy of your
answer ,o ,,. ,,, f .,n|1,.lint
llaintirfs attorney, and file the
original Answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 11 day of August, 1930;
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
will be taken as confessed
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .II'DICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
134190.
TE88IE i:Ml -A vi DO, Plaintiff, vs.
sai.vatoke IMPAVIDO, Defend-
ant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: 8ALVATORE IMPAVIDO
25:::: East 6th Street
Brooklyn, N. V.
You, 8ALVATORE IMPAVIDO, are
hereby notified that a Bill of com-
plaint for Divorce has Ji.en filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
'leading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, ben essen,
Esq.. 82J Seybold Bldg., Miami,
Florida and file the original Answer or
I'leadlng in the office Of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
is day of August, 1950. if you 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 one,.
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Florldlan
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this IS day of Julv, AD 1950
E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By (
you.
Dated
against
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA, IX AND FOR DADE
(. '-Nr* IN CHANCERY, No.
133876.
JAMES GEROCK TBPLY, l'laintiff,
vs. GLADYS ELIZABETH TEI'LY,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: Gladys Elizabeth Tcplv,
60 Church Street,
Wllllmantic, Connecticut
You, Gladys Elizabeth Teply, are
hereby notified that a Bill 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, Richard (1
Taylor, 613 Olympia Building, Miami.
I Horida and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
I of the Circuit Court on or before the
125th day of August I960. If you fall
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 Florldlan,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2.". day of Julv, AD. 19.10.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court .Seal)
By WM. VV. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
7/28 8/4-11-18
this 11 day of Julv, 19.10
, E. B. LEATHERMAN.
.. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
R. H. RICE, JR.,
GEORGE J. TAMANOFFPUty ""^
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/14-21-28 8/4
LEGAL NOTICE
TICE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
gNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FOR DADE COUNTY
No
vs.
U"'A IN CHANCERY,
BS SHAPIRO, Plaintiff,
SHAPIRO. Defendant.
.DIE SHAPIRO
> Abraham Prasman
" 171st Street
New York
ISA I.IE SHAPIRO, are herebv
"laI a Bill of Complaint for
ai- been filed against vou,
are required to serve a copy
Answer or Pleading to the
implalnt on the plaintiff's
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 128276-B.
STELLA STEGER, Plaintiff, vs.
MORRIS STEGER. Defendant.
TO: MORRIS STEGER.
c/o LAUREL PARK HOTEL
SOUTH FALLSBURG, N. Y.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Amendment to
Bill of Complaint for Divorce on
Plaintiff's attorney and to file the
original answer In the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 28th day of August, A.D. 1950;
otherwise the said Amendment to Bill
of Complaint heretofore filed herein
will he taken as confessed by vou.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 26th
day of July, A.D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clei-K oi tne circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LUCKY PRODUCTS CO., Not Inc at
1204 N.W. 62nd St., Miami. Fla.. intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad.- County
Florida.
HERMAN P. SPRINGER
OLIVER RAVE
DE COSTAS. MAER FLOYD
607-x Blscavne Building
Attorneys for
Lucky Products Co., Not Inc.
7/28 8/4-11-18
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.,
SIM Seybold llldg..
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/21-2S S/4-11
R. WILSON,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ill
business under the fictitious name of
S. & B. BLANK, also STATE
BEVERAGES and also STATE
BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS at 660
.N.W. nth Street, Miami. Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
BEATRICE BLANK
-MYERS, HEIMAN \- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
i 7/28 8/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE circuit COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
PI I lit:!.
in the Matter of:
adoption by HERBERT H
MAYLAND, of ROBERT II
KOSTOFF
TO: JOHN PAUL KOSTOFF
III RLEYVII.LE. NEW YORK
You are hereby notified that a
petition for adoption has been (il id
for the adoption Of the minor child
ROBERT H. KOS.TOFF, in the ......ve
styled Court, by the Petitioner In
the above cause.
Such petition Is filed against you
as the natural parent of this minor
child ami you are hereby require i
tO serve a copy of your answer 0
objections to the granting of said
petition of adoption on the petltl.....tr'a
attorney and file the original thereof
in the office of the Clerk of the Cou *.
on or before the lMh day of August,
A.D. 1950, otherwise said petition
of adoption heretofore filed herein
Will lie taken .IS confessed bv vou.
HONE AND ORDERED tills" Istti
day of Julv, A.D. 1950.
E. II LBATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By c. r wilson.
Deputy Clerk.
"SCAR RA PI'A PORT,
Attorney for Petitioner
Tie Beybold Building
Miami, Florida
7/21-2S 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Unique Tailors at 952;! Harding Ave.,
Surfsiile, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
HYMAN GARELICK
7/14-21-28 8/4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
suant to the Fictitious Name Statute,
that the undersigned, desiring to en-
gage In business under the fictitious
name of
HAL'S DELICACY SHOP
(not incoriMirated)
966 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach,
Florida, intend to register said
fictitious name In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
HAROLD GL1ST
BEN KAMINSKY
Owners
IRVING CYPEN
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Florida,
Attorney for Applicants.
7/21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
K-A DISTRIBUTORS, SUN CITY
VINTNERS, K.NON DISTRIBUTORS,
TnWN VINTNERS. EDISON. DIS-
TRIBUTORS and COLONY WINE CO.
OF FLA at 690 N. W. 16th Street,
Miami. Florida, and at 16160 N. E.
13th Court. North Miami, Florida, In-
tend lo register said names with
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade Countv. Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
MARION FREHL1NG
ROSE KRAMER
JEROME BLANK
lle.A I'KICE BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/2S 8/4-11-18
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor
S
STOCKING.
Deputy Llcrk.
fs. '.euet & I ,.i., i 4'lfl I Inenlii '>ull.i'rt^ **. ull/fl(
Ift!!' BeaVF^idlf W ULW&l ">'"""*
final Answer or Pleading in
"i the Clerk of the Circuit
i or before the 4th dav ot
1. 1950. If you fail to do so,
' by default will be taken
hi for the relief demanded
li'iii of Complaint
and ORDERED at Miami,
'his 1 day of August, 1950.
B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Florid Court- Dade ,""ul">-
'ourt Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Miami, Florida.
7/28 8/4-11-18
Is -'",
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_ NAME LAW
B IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i' signed, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
Ployrnenl Service at 127 N E
Miami, intends to register
line with the Clerk of the
"irt of Hade Countv, Florida.
SAM GREENBERG
Sole owner
NOTICE
not be responsible for any
i Hired by anyone other than
or after August 1st, 1950,
e'on with Ace Employment
'-' V E. 1st Avenue. Miami.
sam GREENBERG
:e
MCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN that
'd. desiring to engage In
. e "'Itloiia name of
Ii, if ,"l 21B WJ> Street.
=<*, Florida. Intend
en ' Court of
to
of
Dade County,
JACK BERKE
PARDOEBENSTE,N
'r.Applicants
nld Building
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24546.
In Re: ESTATE OF
SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also known
as SIDNEY- M. SCHWARTZ,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims ami iremands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also
known as Sidney M. Schwartz, de-
ceased, late of Dade County. Horida.
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County anil file the
same in his office in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be haired. Sec
Section 120 of the 1866 Probate Act.
Date July 21. A.D. 1950.
M A11 LBN E SC H W A RTZ.
As Administratrix of the Estate
of Sidney Schwartz, also known as
Sidney M. Schwartz. Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
7/2S 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sunshine Sweets Sugar at .".3 N. E.
24th Street, Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
GREEN BROS., INC.
A Florida Corporation
MYERS", HEIMAN .M KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
Seybold Building
7/14-21-28 8/4
NOTICE UNORR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CINDERELLA CHILDREN'S SHOP
at 33 N.K. 1st Street, Miami, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACK HORNER, INC.
BLACK, PEARLMAN & COOPER
Attorneys for Applicant
7/21-28 8/4-U
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Oh' FLORIDA IN AND FoR HADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
134046.
WILLIAM .1. BENNETT, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY BENNETT. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY BENNETT,
r.io West niith Street,
New York, New York
You, Mary Bennett, are herein- noti-
fied that a Bill of Complaint foi
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, Fred Pine, 619 Olympia
Building, Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 11 day of August.
1950. If you fail to do so, Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In the Jewish Florldlan.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11 day of July. A.D. I860.
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 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 Countv, Fla.
MYRON WARSHAW.
MYRON WARSHAW Co.,
1216 N. Miami Ave.,
Miami, Fla.
MYRON WARSHAW and
DAVID WARSHAW,
equal partners.
(Myron Warahaw, Inc., a Fla.
corporation, has succeeded Mvron
Warshaw & Co.)
MANFRED .1. BERLINER, Attv.
311 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
7/14-21-28 8/4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 184188.
JOHN B. STEVENS. Plaintiff, vs
WILH ELM IN A ST E V EN 8,
Defendant.
TO: Wll.HELMINA BTEVENS
201 West 98th Street
New Yolk. New York
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has be
filed against you, and you are herein
required to serve a copy or your
answer to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney, and file the
original Answer in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 19 day of August, 1850;
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
will be taken as confessed against you
Haled this 1 day of July, I860.
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Scab
B) It. II RICE. JR.,
Deputy Cle .
GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/21-28 X'4-ll
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND For DAUB
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
134076.
CARROLL WILLIAM RUI'P. Plain-
tiff, vs. HELEN MADELINE RUI'P,
Defendant.
TO: HELEN MADELINE RUI'P,
250 East Market.
Harrlsonburg, Virginia
You an- required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original
answer In the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Court on or before the
12 dav of August. AD 1950 otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dai.d at Miami, Florida, this the
12 day of July, I860.
E. li LBATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S cull;,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24466.
In Re: ESTATE OF
LENA COOK,
I leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha\ -
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are herel>
notified and required to present air
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against 11, -
estate of l^na Cook, deceased, lat
of Hade County, Florida, to the Hou
W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same In his office
In the County Courthouse itf Dad,
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to he sworn t
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date July 18, A.D. 1950.
ALBERT COOK.
As Executor Of the Last Will and
Testa in. nt of Lena Cook, D -
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executor
7 21-28 B/4-11
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
1026 Seybold Building,
Miami, Florida.
7/14-21-28 8/4
STOCKING.
Deput) Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HEETHER ARMS APARTMENT
HOTEL at 227 69th Street. Miami
Beach, Fla., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CHARLES KAI.1,1 >s
FRANCES KALLOS
RAYMOND R KRAMER
EDNA J. KRAMER
Owners
HARRY DIETZ
350 Lincoln Road
Attorney for applicants
7/28 8/4-11-18 sk
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 134884
HELEN MILLER, also known as
ELODIA A MILLER. Plaintiff, vs.
THOMAS .1. MILLER, Defendant.
TO: THOMAS J MILLER
New Hempsfead Road
New City, New York
You are herebj notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are herebj
required to serve copy of your
answei to the Hill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, and rile the
Original Answer ill the office ot lie
Clerk of the circuit Court, on or before
the -li day of August, 1850; otherwise,
the allegations of said Bill will in-
taken as confessed against you.
Dated this 27 daj ..f July, 1850.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court
(Circuit Coml Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy clerk.
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
8/4-11-18-25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
184182.
BERNICE WEISS, Plaintiff, vs. LEO
WEISS, Defendant.
SUIT For DIVORCE
TO: LEO WEiss
102 Winter Avenue
gtaten Island, New Yolk
You. LEO WEISS, are hereby noti-
fied thai a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been fil.il against you,
and yi.u are reipiired lo serve a i
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, Robert m. DEEHL, 806
Seybold Building, Miami 32, Florid:-..
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the |8th
day of August, I960, If you fall to
so. judgment by default will be tak- ;<
against vou for the relief demanded
in the i:iii of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for fom consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Florldlan.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18th day of July, A.D.
I960,
10 P.. LEATHERMAN, C|. ,
circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florid
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM W.
ROBERT M. DEEHL
I"!.". Seybold llldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
T 21-28 s/4-li
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE OF SALE
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the following described property i:i
In- sold at public auction on the 28th
day of August, 1950, at 10:00 o'clock
A. M., at the office of Morton Roth, r: .
berg in Suite 257, 120 Lincoln Roa I,
Cltj of Miami Beach. County of Dade,
State of Florida, lo-wit:
40 shares. Capital Stock of
Eimcroy Venetian Blind A Service
Company, Certificate No. 4. dated
April 13, I94S.
I shall offer the aforesaid properly
to the highest bidder for cash in hand
Dnt-d at Miami Bench, Forida, tlu-
27th day of July, 1950.
MORTON ROTHE.NBERG.
Attorney for Joseph Franglpoi e,
8/4-18


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IY. AUGUST 4. 1950 *Js*fe*Slttf**fcM7 PAGE ELEVEN imunity, Directors, Professional Personnel [Work Together On Centers Unit Program MRS. CARL SUSSKIND tan. Personnel Committee, visit Centers Association of Greater Miami te is no one person or z;ilion in our community to | we can refer as doing all rk. Most people, whether calize it or not, are reole for the type and calibre ^on who is employed in our time activity program, and program itself. There is lite partnership between lards of our agencies and professional workers. All es are formed by a group le in the community who |e need of a specific type kice. ideology, or religious fit. The board of directors agency, is the sounding it the community, listening wants, its needs and its groupings. A cross section community sits on the I (Iilectors of the Jewish Association. Skilled orn-. 1. help is employed to i jut the program of the Centers Association. A ^ship between the com%  and its needs on one hand, personnel to do the best !>st efficient job on the las been formed. rk to be efficiently ac%  d must be done by those |ve knowledge, skill, and for their particular job. B high standards of workthat are needed in our Icial fields are necessary in fcmunity work as well. The ent personnel hired by our time agencies are all [and skilled professionals work through schooling tical experience. They tnsible for carrying out tram of their particular Tlio responsibility of our children and adults Dpervising their varied falls on their shoulders. [is how it works. Our cornspends $300,000 yearly in H out this program. We I 14 full time professional ; employed by the two Y's [ wish Centers Association.! It her workers are employed I [-lime activities as nursery I and camp counselors. Children participate in Americanism program. Specialists for specific skills are used in art, music, dancing, era Its, hobbies, and dramatics. Club leaders are also included in this number of people employed. The professional staff of the Jewish Centers Association is headed by an executive director who is assisted by three unit supervisors and an adult activity director. They are responsible for our greater community programming and for the integration of work among the local agencies who are its members. The president of the Jewish Centers Association appoints a personnel committee. The personnel committee asks the National Jewish Welfare Board to submit the names of available persons who are qualified to fill the vacant position. The Jewish Welfare Board, parent organization for social workers employment, sends the Jewish Centers Association Personnel Committee profiles of these applicants. A profile is a compendium of the applicant's qualifications, education and background. It also contains an evaluation of services from previous employers and references. The personnel committee invites the most likely candidates to appear for a personal interview. Those interviewed are not only from out of town, but also from our local community. The personnel committee of the Jewish Centers Association recommends to its board only those applicants who have the approval and consent of the area or agency in which they are to work. The board of the Jewish Centers Association, after listening to the findings of the personnel committee and its recommendations, empowers the committee to employ the applicant, or rejects its findings. In case there is a rejection, the personnel committee starts its work all over again. The two Y's in turn each has its own personnel committee who work through the same procedure. Each Y has an autonomous set-up, which works unfcr the supervision of the Jewish Centers Association, and its own staff. The Y's staff is responsible for its own individual program under the policies set by its individual board. The leisure time agencies have set up articles of standards and practices. This sets forth the coni ditions and terms of employment of all persons hired by those agencies, including office workers. It contains provisions for maximum and minimum salaries, vacation schedules, termination pay. M O D T G A O.JP JHMpt; HENRYE. WO L F F .CO I rin-Ammtifl 9-3435 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED et Clicquot Club | T 5t j* (Pronounced KlttK-0 Plus Deposit rD0f6 OT tHe TineSt Fine flavor-oged ginger ale .. livelier sparkling water... and 4 ounces more than many so-called "big" bottles. Your best buy! Bottled and Dist. by SOUTHERN BEVERAGES 2055 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami Phone 3-3121 I WANT MY MILK Estab. 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The personnel committee of the Jewish Centers Association will be responsible for carrying out this work. The references used will be those of Federation and the two Y's. Who does the work? The community does its share by expressing its wants and its needs. The boards of directors do their share by expressing more concretely the ideas of the community and | setting up and supervising an j organization to help carry them out. The professional worker does i his share by carrying out the program as expressed by the board, and the community. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3243 >J ^P 75 *Cl AUGUST .BROS. RV £ ** %  la the BEST.' 0 Make your deposits here .. TODAY SAVINGS BANK INDUSTRIAL Leonard L. Abess, President 46 W. Flagler St. Miami, Fla. 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PAGE TWELVE +Jeistrk>r1dliaw !" >&Y, AUGoaJ .. U L H U .MMU..LL JEWS IN SPORTS \,,ii.Sciniiisiii Will Decline In I III;I.IIIIBritish Leader Predicts ~ ^11 :_ ..4(„.L-iH hv anti-Semilie: anti-Semities in wUi'deBritain for the past 14 years they By HASKELL COHEN ,..... %  ...... t % % %  %  • • %  % % % % % % % %  %  %  : % %  % %  I. .vrg Dick Savitt, .-.x-f tar fi blossomed 32SS3 LONDON. (JTA)—The convlcattacked • : m thai anti-Semitism c t Oick Sav f 5 x-i' 1 ')! uiree-iru .1 -^i nu^-cii. wiw ..^ .. star from Orange. N. J. has a furore with hishomerunbelting blossomed int th ur boy for the Cleveland Indians has Ze m England was voiced here have no legal protection as a £ week :.I the Commonwealth community under the present conference of Jewish organizalaw. Al Rosen, who is creating auit by Dr. Abraham Cohen. protection of Jewish comident of the Board of Deputies muniti( s abroad was a i so dis•" •' '" cussed here at the conference. discussion of antiBarnett Janner, British Jewish Semitism and fascism. Dr. Cohen | ea der, who introduced the subdeclared: "I believe thai with thejj ec t, declared that "it would be the I out that the situation In die. East had deteriorate of Big Power politics. R between Israel and states, he said, had w there is a future war v 7 prepared for it." he pon He also warned that anvr. of fighting would "not I peated along the old liner! Mr. Ben Aharon recailJ Israel's independence •' only at "the cost of heavy fice." He said that it J g ra de." : bruising fists. I by As a boxer at the University >i nMiami. Al was wont i • Confiden that's beak in I way of flj • • to i nergetic I' • i. ball for 1 reak was Gardner Mullo 3i • when thi Jewish third it p fly and lost in the sun The apple landed ; been wielded against the Jewish lo j n sut .|, an organization. munity by malicious agi• • rs. The I tDick square on his nose, break : ti iment for the ninth time and, lition. g ive vouns Al two r itifu : ried S n that Penns> %  n • (1 that h par with the ] ••ment it 1 f disputation. The bronzed, husky lad. wh > up w il i -• week's Pi nnsylvania 5tat i .-: ppning | ponents :n the sixtieth annual Meadow Club toun n South: %  %  Eddie Gottlii a dis• the E ite with his Negro basemen, but they n the black • suit of the sale of stjunning hjs ?tar thl .. d baseman ciarks n • Bost ri Bi .:'.-• Ciarks m was purchased for the Milwaukee Brewers. B st in Brave farm team ..n League. But the truth of the matter is Clarkson i en igl • make team right Dr. Cohen advocated a range policy of eliminating prejudice through education and the iting of irganized antiSemitism by counter-propaganda. He SU a combined approach to various government* in spaces'' by a supreme eld speed up mass immigration \ e -vv." on WANTED A warning that the position of Israel is less secure today than it was before the establishment of the Jewish state was sounded at A modern Bal-Shachris l the parley by Yitzhak Bon j High Holidays. Apply a t Aharon. Mapam member of the person lo Rabbi A. Scki Israel Parliament. The deputy. 12010 S.W. 17th St.. I* who is a member of the Israel | write to 528 Simonton St. Parliamentary delegation cur' West, Fla. ampton. .'. %  n J ily 25 Havin d -• I W th< B st :. Bjaves i' n ol v %  o : ; : %  .j n I n w T n\ V n< nl I Eln st. 6-S _,.. .. .seventh eded. S tt was Eddies I mer plaver Hal ... ; .... Ba] .%  %  • • vh was sold to the El Paso. Texas n I Ueveland Indian chain, is mur, Ju ;,, 26 %  -. "all forSan Diego on goes I %  ss. resultI I Pacific Coast. The talk is that l-( en n Ii ; Simpson is just about the best prospect in the minors today and can't miss being a great ball ] T, vr • r ,. till... ion .-IIII.T.-I UVIIIK frlVOl Ullll I • %  ,' '; : U '- Plaver with Cleveland when he S?"A?SS,S! ESS: 2 *£,£."." ~ *£ will get additional money for Simpson once the youngster makes the grade with the Indians will play a charity on August fifth at the C intrv Club in WoodMi V : the benefit of the N w V irk .1 lurnal Ai S Fund. The Globe 1 :11 meet their Eu: ooDonenl 51 I America. %  thLeoBarnh rst. I rmei N tre JERUSALEM. (JTA)—The Isr me en il T nv Lavel Boston f aeJ Cabinet met this week to Celt! i I. Moeus of hear a report on the international E lie Gottlieb's Philadelphia situation from Foreign Minister W Israel Cabinet 1 II r sirs II ('ports Moshe Sharett. No details of the days r?Kil W e i? ^A known Th< airived in New York on Julv 27 Fu dbmet also hea f d a "port on inkn 0 n ,„,i,. k!I utne economic situation of the t '. benefit exhibitions, one at At its meeting the Cabinet also Alamac on August 4 for the approved loans for basic chemin Runyon Cancer Fund, and cal industries as well as a plan game for '.he Sandlot Fund to build a road from Sodom to, on thi fifth. In tune with the Beersh^ba. It also prepared a teristic oi draft of a bill which would enable the U the transfer to Israel of companies registered in England. The adop1 gin lion of this bill would make it i :. th r. possible for the Anglo-Palestine %  %  • • ry — ] Bank to transfer its central off ice H tti 3i fr •:: London to Jerusali J8*"**' KOSHER \_ QUALITY !" 1^^.^ by L DELICATE SSEN MEATS Hi-4rade Food Co. 1733 N. 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A demand for the adoption of legislation in Britain making community libel a criminal offense was voiced at the meeting by Reuven Lieberman, chairman of the law and par'^mentan committee of the Board of Deputies of British Jews. lie suggested that the legislation be directed against anyone conducting propaganda "directed against any body of persons within the United kingdom distinguishable as such by race, creed or color, and which is calculated to bring the same into hatred, ridicule or contempt-." Mr. Lieberman asserted that such legislation, by contributing toward the elimination of racial hatred in general, would not only protect the Jews but would also help preserve world peace. He also reviewed the influence of German anti-Semitic propaganda in Britain before the war. and the revival of Mosleyite activities in the postwar period. 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PAGE FOURTEEN Kkwisti fk>ricHar !" 5^IiAUGUST, Roach Young Zionist I nit Will Be Welcomed Into ZOA Family August between the ages of 18 and 35. the Miami Beach group meets on alternate Thursdays at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District will be officially .velcomed into the Zionist Organization of America family at a charter presentation ceremony to be held at Chary's, 79th Street r.iuseway. on Wednesday. August 9. at 8 p.m. A complete buffet Jinner will be served. The affair will mark the transition of Masada from a youth af:iliate to a full-status ZOA district. Members of the national executive committee of ZOA. of;icials of the Southeastern region wnd local Zionist leaders will be on hand to extend greetings to the largest young Zionist district >n the region. Ileaeli Women Give Typewriter To Palsy l T nlt The Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women recently presented a typewriter to the Cerebral Palsy Association, according to Mrs. Ida Optner. president of the women's unit. The group is formulating plans for an all-out membership drive. '• Mapping the campaign are the Social Chairman Sue Kochen is ; Mes dames Jack Fein, Charles n charge of the affair her are iients Obituaries MORRIS JANOVSKY M .if 7::i sixth st pan*! :, *'-? v Saturday. He Is survived by Ma.wire, Minnie; a eon. Isidore: t.. daughters, Mr* Shirley Hurwltt and Mrs i nore Boblnaon, all of Miami Beach: a sister and live brothers. Tinremains were USt to Brooklyn by the Wvenride Memorial Chap el. Mia mi Beach. ABE J. DWORSKY :,<. i.f U4I Meridian Ave., >lieil | Saturday. Survivors In.luile his wife. Charlotte: two daufhters, IIKUIIIIMK I Miss I'.iti Dworsfcy. Miami Beach; a | son, Midshipman Alan Dworsky, of I Annapolis: five sisters and two brothers. A member of the Miami Beach 1 "St of the American l iid the money to the Lend-a-1 • camp fund. Goldin. Joseph Oribt, Dave Alper. Jack Silverman and Optner. On the organization's fall agenda is a "Tops in Our Town" breakfast to bo held Tuesday. October 10. Co-chairmen of this function are Mrs. Milton Weinkle and Mrs. Joseph Oribt. Assisting them are Mrs. Sam Nudelman and Mrs. Arthur Frishman. Letters are now being sent to all organizations asking them to select a member whom they conTops in Our Town." Ma Harold Turk, William Wolfarth and Keith Phillips will serve as judges. Prizes will include a two-day trip to Havana, a weekend for two at the Delano Hotel and a one-day trip to Butlin's. LoZito, popular siring artist, is appearing nightly at Bill Jordan's Bar of Music. This is the fourth week that the violinist has been pleasing patrons at Ihe Beach spot wilh his easy-todance-to music. LoZito is a veteran of smart hotels and supper clubs along the East Coast and has done extensive radio and movie work. SEITLIN £. COMPANY $w*~~> 19 N. E. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA. PHONE 9-3836 Get Your Moneys Worth YOU ARE PAYING FOR TOP QUALITY WORK. SEE THAT YOU GET IT. TRY US AND SEE HOW YOUR LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SHOULD LOOK. ASK OUR DRIVER OR PHONE 3-075:1 — 11-0754 For Free Piek Vp and Delivery Blue Ribbon I Flagler-Granada Women To Meet Friday Afternoon The Women's Activities Com! mittee of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will meet Friday, August 4, at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robert jTauber. 5251 S.W. 3rd St. Plans will be discussed for the kiddie variety show to be presented at the monthly entertainment meeting on August 17 at the Coral Gables Woman's Club. Any member desiring her child to participate in the program is asked to call Mrs. Evelyn Clein, head of the unit, or Mrs. Paul Draizer. 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PAGE FOUR Jewist thrkttan FRIDAY. AUGUST 4, 19so EDITORIAL J\r"S UoUlvn Jubilee The fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Jewish National Fund is an epochal event in the life of World Zionism and the Jewish people. Ir. the course of the half century that elapsed since its inception, the JNF has raised 140 million dcllars and acquired close to two million dunam of Israel's soil. A great deal of the money came from the so-called traditional collections, consisting of nickels and dimes thrown into the Blue and White boxes, and dollar bills donated for the planting of trees in the Jewish Homeland. The i acquisition cf the land, dunam by dunam, and its amelioration through the clearing of swamps and I through afforestation, are part of the great saga of Jewish pioneering in the Jewish Homeland. The Chalulzim, who truly redeemed the soil by their .-•.'.eat and blood after it had been purchased by the Jewish National Fund with thp funds conthe Jewish people throughout the world, k it they were layinq the foundation for the Jewish State. It was no mere accident that. en the UN Commission for Palestine submitted report on the pcrtiticn of the Holy Land, the outi.ne of the Jewish State closely coincided with land configuration as delineated by the JNF riings. The United Nations merely confirmed a", the effort of the JNF and the sacrifice of the Chalutzim have achieved in the course of half a century. As the second half century opens, the JNF stands ready, -this time with the assistance of governmental powers, and not, as heretofore, in opposition to them,—to finish the job of acquiring the land of Israel, dunam by dunam. from the individual owners, mostly Arab, and turning it into the possession in perpetuity of the whole Jewish people. Here the social as well as the national aspect of the land Droblem is handled by the JNF in its own traditional manner. Standing above party and reaching out into the \) srfi FEAFUL STENCH— depth of th^ Jewish masses, the Jewish National Fund has in the course of the past half century succeeded in becominq a most beloved institution among Jews everywhere. Its Golden Jubilee should serve not only as a reminder of the great historic services of the JNF, but also as a flag Kohl Words From Ha pi i si s The Baptists comprise the second large* Protestant denomination in the United States being exceeded in numbers only by the Methodists. The present occupant of the White Hous e Harry S. Truman, is a member of this sect. Last week the Baptists held an international congress in Cleveland, where twenty thousand delegates representing a membership of eighteen million in fifty-two countries gathered. In stronq language they issued a manifesto against racial and religious discrimination and segregation, a manifesto in which they did not spare themselves in which they had the courage to recall their own sinr in this connection. It was in recognition o< their own failure to rid the Baptist church of aii discrimination, the delegates stated, that they called upon their own congregation to take the lead in the movement for equal treatment of all racial groups. "We believe," says the resolution adopted by this great gathering, "that discrimination and segregation based on reliqion, race, color and culture are ethically and morally indefensible and contrary to the Gospel of Christ and the principle of freedom for which Baptists stand." Baptists in their respective countries were asked to use their influence to have discriminatory laws repealed and other laws enacted to safeguard the rights ol oppressed racial groups, while they called upon each individual Baptist to examine his own soul with a view to freeing himself from racial and cultural prejudices. around which to rally in support of the great agrarian reform, in the completion of which the State of Israel will need the assistance of the Jewish people for a long time to come. Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN "• %  %  •"%  -"-"%  -"-"-"-"-"-"-•-"%  -"-"-"."."^^.-.•.---.•.".-.-.-.-.-^.-.-.-^ %  .-.-.-.-.-^.-^^ WASHINGTON—While demo'view Board thev became confused cracy throughout the world is!over the word "pinko." They the security of Jewry inquired, with typical German efis considered here by some to be ficiency, into the exact meaning in double Jeopardy. Danger of the term. "A pinko is anybody -" %  • %  %  <'>' Hashing in'who is opposed to racial segregaWashington as neo-fascist eletion and who wants to fight for ments. wrapped in American civil liberties," thev were told bv American heritage. The Reds are a^,'„..„„ being exposed "and brought to c£Z£^ K^PS*?* & justice. The fascist-minded reCommon^ "H *?* al f by actionanes. in no way ta.nted bv Lin !" .. h neo-fascist reliberal associations, are gaining H J L.L> ? ,S J S ,he greater power through their tog SSS ItaM.^SS'i* 0 ft? 0m f and respectable opposition to ThI fiKt f A not leS ? ,,beraL Communism SffcSfl! '7., democ > !" y ,s a fi ht -. against totalitarianism—but not a These reactionaries must be fight against whose who would given due credit for pointing out implement the ideals of demoStalin s treachery and warning us • cracv. "f what to expect from Moscow. In'the House of Representatives However, there is also a debit only IS votes could be mustered side on their ledger. While they against the Hobbs BilT which opposed Communism, they also would give the Attorney General opposed Jews. Negroes, and labor, the power to establish concenTraThey apologized for Hitler and tion camps. The camos wo.lrl avored Franco. They prevented hold deportable ahem criminal to „ <-l rights and or subversive, whose native ?and FEPC while advocating totah-, refuse to take them back While tarian controls. As anti-Cornit is no doubt a good idea'to lo k TK^WU 1 ^' h u 8Ve a c] !" n "ill. up such subve.sives and crirnof health. But they feel the same inals. this bill provides a second way about such American .deals punishment, without a second d, 0 n'T *TL fre 2 om and ,h ,rial merely bwtiSe dlportatton dignity of the individual as Joe cannot be carried out This ""no" I wJVth. L. o only ""-American but may prove' Westbrook Pegler. whose neounconstitutional. The experience SSltJ? 8 ? are ^fining, now of other countries has showrthat, advocates concentration camps, once established, the concentra-' His fellow travelers, crowing tion camp idea grows andI soon' about their "spotless" records and all citizens "dangerous to„.,Sl unimpeachable "loyaltv." are trysecurity" are thrown^ in wttu ng to capitalize on these assets trial. wnjnout to gain important positions. AlAlthough liberal organization*' hough the Federal Government opposed the Hobbs B ll not even condemns such lunatic fringe all the Jewish congressmen v< H groups as the Silver Shirts or Ku against it. me Vottd Klux Klan. the higher echelons of c !" „ A German delewtinn „!.!.-• !" "!w ,n l w "H ld ln *ct serious Israel \fta<*h k I onlors With I. S. Official WASHINGTON. (JTA)—Israel charge d'affaires Moshe Keren discussed the world situation, including the Korean crisis, with Assistant Secretary of State George C. McGhee at a meeting I this week which lasted 70 minutes Mr. Keren did not divulge the exact nature of the talks, but it believed they touched on the issue of arms shipments to the Near East in view of the tense world situation. Mr. Keren said that no decision has been reached .with regard to the sending of I Israel troops to join the United Nations forces in Korea. Lebanese Minister to the ; United States. Charles Malik, : lodged a protest with the State | Department against Israel, declaring that a Lebanese airliner was %  a ttacked by an Israel fighter plane over the Israel-Lebanon trontier area. The Lebanese diplomat called the incident "regrettable." Upon leaving the State Department, he ; told reporters that George C. McGhee Assistant Secretary of State i lor Near Eastern Affairs, "was • emphatic in expressing genuine .concern" over the incident. BHaangaggaa^BsgBBaas ^• %  ^-^*-*^-*-^'*'w^.' fc ^^.^-*^^^ ^.-% % % Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN LEGEND AND FACT New Zealand Grants Israel Recognition TEL AVIV, (JTA)-De jure recognition of Israel was granted by the government of New Zealand, an official announcement said here this week. SUBSCRIPTION RATESOne Year ., „ Two Y *iSo The mysterious disappearance of a .hofer from the museum on Mount Zion has Israel adither. The shofer had been brought to Israel from the notorious death camp at Oswiecim. where the Jews sounded the ram's horn at the moment of the first wave of mass extermination. The shofer I was broueht bv two religious Jews j who survived Oswiecim. The disj appearance of the shofer has j caused much concern among Is. raeli government officials because lit is feared the theft had an ideological background, for the legend prevailed among the religious survivors of Oswiecim that that particular shofer will be the one used by Messiah when he comes to redeem mankind and arouse the dead. There are some who believe, however, that the | shofer was removed by religious elements who consider it a blashemy to hold that the Os"_''""^ abater will be used bv Messiah. This group, of course does not believe that the rise


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LY. AUGUST 4, 1950 • Jewish rtrridfiar? PAGE FIFTEEN To Sponsor inty-Wide Rally junty-wide patriotic rally to It hi'* homefront during the Cicatcd by the Korean sitwill be sponsored by local \f the Jewish War Veterans erica in Bay Front Park on August 14. Ihat time the JWV will Ion South Floridians to abIrom hoarding, to donate and to cooperate with the board and enlistment is. I program will follow the Monday night band conjnducted by Caesar Lalairmen of the affair are [Beach Councilman Burnett |nd Leonard Tobin. Memtheir committee include tpp, William Lewis, Melvin William Hoffheimes, Al Ind Hylan Kout. LEGAL WOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE %  >sel h Israel toints Cantor intor Abraham Seif jr Abraham Seif, known r'Lembcrger Cantor," has >ointed cantor of Kneseth Fongregation, according to ^uncement by Rabbi Isaac spiritual leader. Seif. who has won natio^H recognition for his musical 1 Kt, began his career as a child 'pilw in his native Lembergg^Hand. Upon his arrival in the <^B^d States, he served as cantofHf Bais Sholom Congregaiion JWBrooklyn for two years. %  cantor will assume his' V Kneseth Israel beginning lichos services on Saturday, iber 2. He will also conduct Is during Rosh Hashona, ippur and Succos. its for High Holy Day Is may be obtained at the Igue office from 8 a.m. to 8 Bily, excepting Sabbath, or ling 5-1682. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In "?WS ".'."'V tht'''tlou8 nan..of RANCH HOUSE at Mill N.W 7th Ave., Miami, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit < ourt of Dade County, Florida. HALCO, INC. KM BREGER Attorney for applicant 226 Lincoln Road 8/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ',',•,. "•!,"• Y V K S an Abraham Prasman 171st Street New York ISA I.IE SHAPIRO, are herebv "laI a Bill of Complaint for aibeen filed against vou, are required to serve a copy Answer or Pleading to the implalnt on the plaintiff's NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 128276-B. STELLA STEGER, Plaintiff, vs. MORRIS STEGER. Defendant. TO: MORRIS STEGER. c/o LAUREL PARK HOTEL SOUTH FALLSBURG, N. Y. You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Amendment to Bill of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 28th day of August, A.D. 1950; otherwise the said Amendment to Bill of Complaint heretofore filed herein will he taken as confessed by vou. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 26th day of July, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clei-K oi tne circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LUCKY PRODUCTS CO., Not Inc at 1204 N.W. 62nd St., Miami. Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County Florida. HERMAN P. SPRINGER OLIVER RAVE DE COSTAS. MAER FLOYD 607-x Blscavne Building Attorneys for Lucky Products Co., Not Inc. 7/28 8/4-11-18 BEN ESSEN, ESQ., SIM Seybold llldg.. Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 7/21-2S S/4-11 R. WILSON, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ill business under the fictitious name of S. & B. BLANK, also STATE BEVERAGES and also STATE BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS at 660 .N.W. nth Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK BEATRICE BLANK -MYERS, HEIMAN \KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants i 7/28 8/4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No PI I lit:!. in the Matter of: ADOPTION BY HERBERT H MAYLAND, of ROBERT II KOSTOFF TO: JOHN PAUL •KOSTOFF III RLEYVII.LE. NEW YORK You are hereby notified that a petition for adoption has been (il id for the adoption Of the minor child ROBERT H. KOS.TOFF, in the ve styled Court, by the Petitioner In the above cause. Such petition Is filed against you as the natural parent of this minor child ami you are hereby require i tO serve a copy of your answer 0 objections to the granting of said petition of adoption on the petltl tr'a attorney and file the original thereof in the office of the Clerk of the Cou *. on or before the lMh day of August, A.D. 1950, otherwise said petition of adoption heretofore filed herein Will lie taken .IS confessed bv vou. HONE AND ORDERED tills" Istti day of Julv, A.D. 1950. E. II LBATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By c. R WILSON. Deputy Clerk. "SCAR RA PI'A PORT, Attorney for Petitioner Tie Beybold Building Miami, Florida 7/21-2S 8/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Unique Tailors at 952;! Harding Ave., Surfsiile, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HYMAN GARELICK 7/14-21-28 8/4 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the Fictitious Name Statute, that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HAL'S DELICACY SHOP (not incoriMirated) 966 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. HAROLD GL1ST BEN KAMINSKY Owners IRVING CYPEN 420 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Florida, Attorney for Applicants. 7/21-28 8/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of K-A DISTRIBUTORS, SUN CITY VINTNERS, K.NON DISTRIBUTORS, TnWN VINTNERS. EDISON. DISTRIBUTORS and COLONY WINE CO. OF FLA at 690 N. W. 16th Street, Miami. Florida, and at 16160 N. E. 13th Court. North Miami, Florida, Intend lo register said names with I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv. Florida. SAMUEL BLANK MARION FREHL1NG ROSE KRAMER JEROME BLANK lle.A I'KICE BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 7/2S 8/4-11-18 Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor S STOCKING. Deputy Llcrk. fs. '.euet & I ,.i., i 4'lfl I Inenlii >u l l .i' rt ^ **. ull/fl( Ift!!' BeaVF^idlf £W ULW&l ">'"•""* final Answer or Pleading in %  "i the Clerk of the Circuit i or before the 4th dav ot •1. 1950. If you fail to do so, by default will be taken HI for the relief demanded li'iii of Complaint and ORDERED at Miami, 'his 1 day of August, 1950. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. %  Florid CourtDade "" ul ">'ourt Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. Miami, Florida. 7/28 8/4-11-18 Is %  '", TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW B IS HEREBY GIVEN that i %  signed, desiring to engage In %  under the fictitious name of %  Ployrnenl Service at 127 N E Miami, intends to register line with the Clerk of the "irt of Hade Countv, Florida. SAM GREENBERG Sole owner NOTICE not be responsible for any i Hired by anyone other than or after August 1st, 1950, e !" 'on with Ace Employment '-' V E. 1st Avenue. Miami. SAM GREENBERG :E MCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that 'd. desiring to engage In !" e "•'•Itloiia name of Ii, if ," l 21B WJ> Street. =•<*, Florida. Intend en notified and required to present air claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against 11, estate of l^na Cook, deceased, lat of Hade County, Florida, to the Hou W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse itf Dad, County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to he sworn t and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date July 18, A.D. 1950. ALBERT COOK. As Executor Of the Last Will and Testa in. nt of Lena Cook, D MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Executor 7 21-28 B/4-11 Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, 1026 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida. 7/14-21-28 8/4 STOCKING. Deput) Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HEETHER ARMS APARTMENT HOTEL at 227 69th Street. Miami Beach, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES KAI.1,1 >s FRANCES KALLOS RAYMOND R KRAMER EDNA J. KRAMER Owners HARRY DIETZ 350 Lincoln Road Attorney for applicants 7/28 8/4-11-18 SK ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 134884 HELEN MILLER, also known as ELODIA A MILLER. Plaintiff, vs. THOMAS .1. MILLER, Defendant. TO: THOMAS J MILLER New Hempsfead Road New City, New York You are herebj notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are herebj required to serve %  copy of your answei to the Hill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and rile the Original Answer ill the office ot lie Clerk of the circuit Court, on or before the -li day of August, 1850; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill will intaken as confessed against you. Dated this 27 daj ..f July, 1850. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court (Circuit Coml Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy clerk. GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 8/4-11-18-25 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 184182. BERNICE WEISS, Plaintiff, vs. LEO WEISS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LEO WEiss 102 Winter Avenue gtaten Island, New Yolk You. LEO WEISS, are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been fil.il against you, and yi.u are reipiired lo serve a i of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, ROBERT M. DEEHL, 806 Seybold Building, Miami 32, Florid:-.. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the |8th day of August, I960, If you fall to so. judgment by default will be tak;< against vou for the relief demanded in the I:III of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for fom consecutive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 18th day of July, A.D. I960, 10 P.. LEATHERMAN, C|. circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florid (Circuit Court Seal) By WM W. ROBERT M. DEEHL I"!.". Seybold llldg., Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff T 21-28 s/4-li STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the following described property i:i Insold at public auction on the 28th day of August, 1950, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., at the office of Morton Roth, r: berg in Suite 257, 120 Lincoln Roa I, Cltj of Miami Beach. County of Dade, State of Florida, lo-wit: 40 shares. Capital Stock of Eimcroy Venetian Blind A Service Company, Certificate No. 4. dated April 13, I94S. I shall offer the aforesaid properly to the highest bidder for cash in hand Dnt-d at Miami Bench, Forida, tlu27th day of July, 1950. MORTON ROTHE.NBERG. Attorney for Joseph Franglpoi e, 8/4-18



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[Y. AUGUST 4, 1950 •• fcw/c/i nnrtri/nn PAGE NINE Sue Marks, Robert Joseph Garvett |iange Vows In Washington, I). C. Hotel 2400 in Washington, D. C. was the setting for the wedding of Miss Leta Sue Marks to Robert Joseph Garvett at 2 p.m. Sunday. A reception ad dinner followed the service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marks of Washington. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Garvett, DiLido Island, Miami Beach. For the ceremony, the bride chose a white satin gown with Chantilly lace bertha and a panel of lace ruffles extending down the front of the full skirt. Her illusion veil fell from a cap of lace and pearls, and her bouquet was composed of orchids and stephanotis. The bride's mother greeted guests in a gown of cocoa lace over net and taffeta. Mrs. Garvett wore a grey sheer gown. After a wedding trip to Cape Cod, the newlyweds will reside in Miami. For traveling, the former Miss Marks wore a light blue faille suit with navy accessories. 1500 Delegates To Attend Hadassah's 36th Annual Convention In New York ITS. Robert J. Garvett I York Girl, HaMcv Xcwmark AiwU'trothed betrothal of Miss Barbara SlaVHto II inlov J. Newmark. son j of j I and Mrs. Nathan New-1 markMr. 1601 Lenox Ave.. Miami j %  has been announced by ier. Mrs. Abraham Slavin, | lYork. | ride-elect, a former resiSpringfield, Mass., was gradaBed from Edgwood Park j Junior College and received her degree from Adelphi i Mrs. Weintraub Appointed To lll>iise Post Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub was recently appointed assistant chairman of the women's division of the Dade County Defense Council. As chief of the block plan during World War II, Mrs. Weintraub had 8,000 block leaders under her jurisdiction. She is chairman of the Dade County Health Council and for many years has served as chairman of the Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs annual Fiesta of Stars. She recently headed the South Florida Children's Hospital women's campaign for funds and in 1945 was chairman of the women's division of the Mercy Hospital fund. The defense leader has worked with the March of Dimes, Visiting Nurses Association, Mental Health Society of Southeast Florida and 'he American Cancer Society. She is a member of the National Council of Jewish Women. More than 1500 delegates and guests, representing almost 300,000 women in every state of the I union will converge on New York City's Waldorf Astoria from August 20 to 23 tor "perhaps the most crucial gathering in the history of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America I —its 36th annual convention," according to Miss Hannah Goldberg, 1 national convention chairman. 1 Mrs. Moses P. Epstein is convenI tion co-chairman. In a joint statement the convention chairmen declared: "Our I program of health and medical, I vocational and child welfare, youth rehabilitation and land re, demption activities for the forthI coming year in Israel takes on a I compelling significance because | of the heightened international tension. Hadassah's extension of a firm hand to the one guardian of democracy in the Middle East —a ii.inu we have held extended for nearly four decades—speaks for itself at a time when the ; democratic way of life is being challenged on a world-wide front." Among the speakers at the convention will be Senator Brien McMahon of Connecticut, chairman of the Joint Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy; Dr. Eli Davis, Jerusalem, head of the Hadassah Medical Organization in Israel; the Honorable Aubrey Eban, Israel Ambassador to the United States and UN delegate; the Honorable Arthur Lourie, Israel Consul, Israel Consul General in New York Ciiv; 'Vlax I.rner. i well-known columnist and author; Dr. iViordecai tidplan, noicu author, teacher and head of the I Society for the Advancement of ] Judaism, New York City, and! Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin, national! president of Hadassah. Miss Goldberg and Mrs. Epstein said that "not only is the young republic a potent ally in the \ battle to broaden democracy's: [Newmark received his B. S. from the University of n and at present is in his I year at the New York B ity Medical School. He three years with the army st lieutenant in the medical stration corps and was %  I in the Philippines and ittee Calls For fting Covenant EVA (JTA)—The social ttee of the U.N. Economic cial Council adopted a in this week to send a iternational covenant on : ights to the General As! ir eventual return, after bly discussion, to the Rights Commission for ing. esolution asked the As' i determine whether the il implementation written P covenant by the Human Commission is adequate or wish groups maintain that i'. The committee's resoluusl now be taken up by is ;i whole. im Rubber Supply ippears to bo ample foam B r all usual requirements | furniture industry. The uted foam rubber short| occurring only in those ^ni the country where upJ i lurniture makers,bought %  ^stiny inventories. Jiiv Furniture Factory and %  Works, 1225 N.E. 2nd Ave., ^ %  1 — fabricate their own fis ,md constructions and -J> advise all their customers ^•< y need not be stampeded purchasing for long future 1 At present. Empire makes pliairs, love seats, sectionals, occasional spot chairs, room host and hostess land many other items in Rubber and is even starting on its rattan line. —F ers of the Floridian and fiends are cordially invited I the showroom directly in [of the factory and the itself. Baptists Call For End Of Discrmiination CLEVELAND, (WNS)—A call | to 18,000,000 Baptists throughout i the world to remove from their I worship and fellowship all forms of segregation and discrimination I "based on race, color or culture" was issued this week by the World Baptist Congress at its meeting here at which 52 countries were represented. Admitting mat Baptists themselves were guilty of discrimination in their churches and private I lives, the resolution warned that such prejudice "provides fertile soil for the development and spread of communism fascism and other anti-social programs." In another resolution, noting that only six more governments need ratify the convention of the United Nations outlawing genocide, the Eighth Congress of the World Baptist Alliance endorsed the convention and expressed its hope for speedy ratification. DINNER DATE of DISTINCTION DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN DINE 1 IN LUXURY j IN OUR BLUE ROOM I U Nightly from 6 P. M. S FOR AS LOW AS f H $1.50 Per Person? Reservations Phone 58-7881 | frontiers but because of its initiative and hard-working people it could become a pivotal point for the economic development of the entire Middle Eastern area." Miss Goldberg said that approval of a budget of more than $6,000,000 will be sought at the convention "to carry on and in some cases step up Hadassah's comprehensive program, which includes running a network of eight hospitals, 63 child-welfare stations, which give prenatal and post-natal care to mothers and infants, partnership with the Hebrew University in Israel's only medical school, a mental hygiene clinic, a school for nurses, a preventive medical center and mediC-ll supervision of 150,000 children in schools and kindergartens, in addition to training young people for trade and industry, providing school lt-.ncheons for 35,000 school children daily and maintaining and educating tens of thousands of child refugees brought into the country by the Youth Aliyah (immigration) movement of which HnHs^qh is tne official representative in America. Other significant issues which will be reviewed by the convention include American affairs and Zionist youth projects in the United States and the status and future of American Zionism, Miss Goldberg said. Discussions will also be held on the Jerusalem issue and the efforts of the UN to achieve a permanent peace between Israel and the Arab nations. UJA. Jewish Agency Leaders Now Meeting JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Dr. Nahum Goldmann, Baruch Zuck-, erman and Mrs. Rose HalpHn, members of the American section of the Jewish Agency executive, arrived here this week together j with Henry Montor, director of. j the United Jewish Appeal, for j consultations with Jewish Agency j members here and with the Israel Government on problems concerning the raising of funds in the United States for Israel. It is understood that they wili discuss suggestions for a "triennial ^campaign" to be conducted in the United States during the next three years. 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fewiislUEIIiOJPidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 23—NUMBER 31 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 19bU PRICE: TEN CENTS fian Official tsts Israel Peace Talks WlV, (JTA)—An unVptian statesman was | quoted by the Saudi I Idio as having suggested Jiate launching of peace is between Israel and States. jadcast said that the iismissed reports of an Icrisis in Isreal, declarfso long as the United richest country in the ntinues to support the btate of Israel will never le statesman was furled as saying that the lust either fight the loolish enterprise — or psdom by making peace." least from Bagdad said that the Iraqi Governfcified the U.N. of its give military assistance in the Korean conflict, least quoted a cable sent Trygve Lie, U.N. Seckneral. justifying its restating that "the provirms and military equipUie Iraq Army has fallen Rhat it is hardly capable fesent time to meet the ent of internal security." — v Soldier Killed, founded In Clash rab Infiltrees riV. (JTA)—One Israel % as killed and two were in a clash with armed lfiltrees this week that ice in the Sharon district. than 500 Arab infiltrees een apprehended in the em district, Levi Abrasunerintendent of the em district police, told a inference here this week the infiltrees were seized tms, he said, adding that peapons were confiscated infiltrees turned over to Sel Army. lArab infiltrees killed ten (id eight Arabs and carried robberies and thefts rejin damages amounting to fmately $90,000. Discussing le wave here, SuperinAbrahami said that JeruBmains the "cleanest city," ily one murder and 726 ^ffenses committed in the [under review. Israel Ambassador Reported Resigning WASHINGTON. (JTA) — Both the State Department and [he White House this week refused to confirm or deny re-' ports that James G McDonald, American Amgassador to Israel, has submitted his resignation and intends to leave the U.S. diplomatic service. However, it seems that the reports i have a basis in fact. A spokesman for the State! Department told the Jewish %  Telegraphic Agencv that there ] would be no official comment on the reports. He statea mat I Mr. McDonald was coming home next month "for consultations and leave" and pointed out that announcements pertaining to the appointment and resignation of Ambassadors emanate from the White House. A White House spokesman, however, said that there is no announcement on Mr. McDonald. Middle East Is Urqed To Unite LONDON, (JTA)—A call to Middle Eastern countries to unite for defense against possible attack was made this week in the House of Lords by Lord Henderson, Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs, during a debate on British aid to the United Nations action now taking place in Korea. Lord Henderson said that preslent events in the Far East are a warning "in terms of the Middle I East." If free countries, he declared, wish to remain free, they must not only develop their own internal health and strength, but "must concert with other free nations for their safety." (The Middle East is high on official lists of places where Soviet Russia may increase pressure next, the Christian Science Monitor reported this week from Washington. The report said that even if the United States has time to deliver additional arms to Iran —the bridge between Russia and the Middle East—and advise Iran's troops how to use them, military experts do not believe the Iranian Army alone could fight more than a delaying action.) Israel Government I i i mi^iii-ait's Itationing Of Clothing And Shoos JERUSALEM. (JTA)—The Israel Government officially announced this week the immediaje introduction of rationinq cf clothing and shoes with a view to saving S25,000,300 in foreign currency en importing raw materials from abroad. Addressing a press conference, Minister of Supply Dov Joseph, said that every citizen of Israel "will receive a fair share." Special arrangements have been made for Arabs in Israel whose garments differ from those of Jews, he stated. Ke stressed the necessity for reducing imports and increasing exports through higher industrial productivity. It is understood that the rationing regulations, which will be made public within a day or two, will provide that each resident of Israel be allowed to buy one pair of shoes and one suit a year. Anxious to avoid a run on shoe stores and clothing stores, the Tel Aviv Merchants Association ordered these store* to close for 24 hours until details of the new measure c:3 published. IT. S. Requested To Protest To Egypt Against Blocking Of Suez Canal NEW YORK, (JTA)—The Na. ..... ... ... Egyptian officials that force will tional Federation of American! ... j • -,.. ... ,|be used if necessary to detain Shipping was this week requested ,. ... .... j i .i. *•* T. tankers believed to be bound for to call on the State Department and ask the U. S. Government to register a protest with the Egyptian Government against Egypt's new regulations which affect the passage of tankers through the Suez Canal. The regulations aim to prevent passage of oil tankers to Israel. The request was made by Ihe tankers committee of the American Merchant Marine Institute which emphasized that the new Egyptian regulations were beyond the bounds of the Suez Canal Convention, which is an international authority under international control. The committee also pointed out that the Egyptian regulations constitute an unjustifiable interference with international trade. American tanker owners and operators have been warned by Israel and without final clearance certificates. In addition they will have to produce a declaration 'from the customs officials at the port of destination certifying that their cargo was really discharged there and that it was for local consumption. This document must be countersigned by the Egyptian consul and produced at Suez within one month after the tanker discharged its cargo. let Novelist Disavows Information rerning Missing Yiddish Authors |DON, (JTA) — Claiming has no information about Jroup of internationallyYiddish writers who sud"disappeared" in Moscow, Ehrenburg, Soviet novelist [is himself a Jew, told a conference here that Jewish fs are being suppressed in but not as Jews. ^ly Jewish cosmopolitanism ppressed," he declared adJJg at the same time that [of the articles in the Soviet lanese Arrest iq. Syrian Jews IL AVIV, (JTA)—Lebanese le authorities this week arid a group of 25 Iraqi and >n Jews attempting to cross Lebanese border into Israel, |o Bagdad, monitored here, fa-ted. raelis attending the weekly ting of the Israel-Lebanese armistice commission at ullah strongly protested the Ition of Israel's air frontiers Lebanese aircraft on July ["he Lebanese retorted that an el fighter pursued the Leese plane 40 kilometers inside anese territory. The commis_ decided to conduct an lmliate investigation. press attacking "cosmopolitanism" were "stupid and idiotic." Among the Yiddish writers who "disappeared" in Moscow after the attack on "Jewish cosmopolitanism" was started are Itzik Feffer, who during World War II was sent by the Soviet Government to the United States to bring greetings from the Jews in the U.S.S.R. to American Jewry. Israel Protests Over Border Incident LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)—The Israel representative on the Israel-Lebanon mixed armistice commission has entered a formal complaint over the recent airplane incident on that border, and has informed United Nations headquarters here that the commission is dealing with the incident. The communication, transmitted to the U.N. by Arthur Lourie. Israel Consul in New York, pointed out tlat there had been a number of such aerial violations of Israel borders in recent months. Mentioned were the sighting of two unidentified aircraft over the southern Negev on July 11, the appearance of Syrian planes over Lake Huleh on July 15, and recent forcing down of R.A.F. and Jordan planes. Recalling that the Israel government issued a series of warnings about these violations, the Israel Egypt's Protest Over Israel Aggression Termed Blind For Warlike Intentions despite the complaints by Egypt and Lebanon to the Securitj Council. The border incidents complained about by the two Arab countries could and should be settled by mixed armistice commission on the spot, he said.) Mr. Ehrenburg, who "distinguished" himself by publicly insulting the first Israel Ambassa. dor to Moscow, Golda Myerson,; representative said: "The latest at a reception given by the Soviet incident shows the irresponsible Commissariat for Foreign Affairs, attitude of the Arab states toward told the press conference here these repeated warnings." that Israelis are "poor little capitalists, who live on a few dollars communication added: "It would be advisable for appropriate U.N. which the greater capitalist Jews j authorities to call the attention in America send them so that j of the Arab states to these rethey may live in a little comfort." peated flights of Arab aircraft over Israel's borders, which conAll Jewish Candidates Defeated In Budapest LONDON, (JTA)—All Jewish candidates were defeated at the recent elections to the Central Committee of the Greater Budapest branch of the Hungarian Workers (Communist) Party, press dispatches from Budapest said this week. The branch is the most powerful section of the Community Party in Hungary. stilute grave and unprovoked violations of the general armistice agreements." Meanwhile, the United Nations received communications from Syria and Jordan supporting the Lebanese protest over the incident. Jordan complained that the "attack" on a Lebanese transport had adversely affected Holy Year pilgrim traffic, resulting in pecuniary losses to Jordan and its citizens. TEL AVIV. (JTA)—A spokesman for the Israel Army declared this week that the Egyptian complaint to the United States charging Israel with "premeditated aggression" is "nothing but a Kind for Egypt's warlike intentions toward the Jewish slate and the refusal to make peace with Israel." The spokesman recalled the minor incident on June 30 over which Egypt is now trying to create an issue. He said that an Israel patrol erroneously crossed the frontier on that day near Rafa, accompanied by a Piper Cub, but withdrew when the Egyptians opened fire. Later the mixed armistice commission discussed the incident and the matter was considered closed as far as Israel was concerned. "Egypt's protestations to the United Nations come ill from a country which 'has a heavy record of aggression against Israel and seized every opportunity to proclaim her intentions to renew such aggression," the Israel spokesman said. He pointed out that Egypt refused to comply with the U.N. request to conclude a permanent peace with the Jewish state. (At Lake Success Gen. William Riley, chief of U.N. truce supervision in Palestine, told a press conference he did not believe Israel-Arab armistice disputes were getting "too far out of line," Refugees Are Assured Of Life-Long Support THE HAGUE. (JTA)—A group of aged refugees has been assured here life-long support as a result of a unique plan worked out by representatives of" the International Refugee Organization, Joint Distribution Committee and the Dutch Government, it was reported here this week. The refugees, most of whom fled to Holland from Germany and Austria during the Hitler regime, will receive 30 guilders monthly for life from the Commercial Life Insurance Company as annuities purchased by the Dutch Government with funds provided by the I.R.O. and J.D.C. This is the first time that "hard core" refugees have been reestablished on a basis of receiving annuities, H. Sark, chief of the I.R.O. mission in Holland emphasized. The Dutch Government will send a trade mission to Tel Aviv early this month to work out the details of a new trade pact between the two nations, it was announced here this week. The existing trade agreement expires August 1. The Dutch delegation will be led by Dr. A. Van Blankenstein ,of the Military Committee on Economics. Jewish Groups In I Commonwealth I Close Meeting LONDON, (JTA)—The closing | session of the conference of I Jewish organizations from British I Commonwealth countries adopted. I with only one dissenting vote, a i resolution declaring that the "representatives of Jewish communities in the British Commonwealth consider it highly desirable and necessary that efforts of Jewish organizations with consultative status at the United Nations Economic and Social I Council should be coordinated and that collaboration among them ba j promoted to the greatest possible extent." The resolution stated further that "to this end. a regular procedure of consultation be established, enabling these bodies to consult together on subjects of Jewish concern which are on the agenda, or which can be raised at relevant meetings of the Unites Nations." The conference also adopted th;> following recommendations on Israel: "The rapid development of Israel, being of vital concern tj Jews throughout the world, it is j the duty of communities in the Commonwealth to share the burden of providing the means required for the immigration to and the settlement of Jews in Israel and for the building of the Jewish state on solid material and moral foundations." As a practical method to this end. the conference recommended participation in fund-raising, private capital investment, encouragement of imports from Israel, encouragement of Israel tourism and aid to qualified technician; and skilled workers wishing ta settle in the Jewish state. The delegates voiced the hope thai "lasting peace will speedily be established between Israel and her neighbors which will lead to further progress of the peoples In the Middle East." The conference called on Jewish communities in the British Commonwealth to assist in the establishment of good relations between their governments and Israel, and urged Jewish communities to maintain "close cultural links with Israel, promote the knowledge of Hebrew and Jewish history, grant scholarshipto students at the Hebrew Unii versity and religious colleges in I Israel, who will then fill communal DOStS."



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f, AUGUST 4. 1950 -Jewish ncrXUan rican Jewish Congress, Other Groups Statement Against Mundt Bill PAGE THIRTEEN ]-out battle against the ferguson-Johnston Bill is [inducted by the Stephen lise Wise Chapter of the in Jewish Congress, acto Frederick S. Grossesident of the new group. iH salvo in the campaign keries of radio programs ftheme "Does the Mundt gn Jail for You?" In this broadcast last Thursday, and Monday, community expressed their opposition ill. lundt-Ferguson-Johnston 2311) was reported out fcenute Judiciary Commitlarch 21. This bill differs [ightly from S. 1194 and S. 1196 (Ferguson). hearings were held last [Maim' objectives are to registration by "Cornpolitical organizations" Lmmunist-front organizaInd to impose criminal on individuals for va|"subversive activities," >i not in connection with pf;anizations. Meanwhile, as introduced H. R. 7595. with the new Senate the House of Representknd hearings on it have tun by the Committee on B-ican Activities, lational American Jewish in coordination with 17 fjanizations, has issued a kt against the proposed In. fcsing complete and unopposilion to communall threats to national whether from the exIght or left, as well as In to any violation of the Vties guaranteed in the fcon. the statement reads: eve the proposed legislate) be such a constituiolation of those civil and would be more ; to our American demoLet ENIE SAFFER [ \\ orru ... About Your FOOD inment and the other >nd details for your ings. Bar Mitrrahs, Enento. Laws Partiw. Parties, Children Meetings. Buffets. •nplet Caterina Service IPHONE 3-5463 ?S, SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS 3-4845 JACK Si JILL 7th St. Off Miami Avt. cracy than the evil it seeks to control. We believe, moreover, ll ? l '* Passage would materially aid the cause of communism. It would thus undermine the structure of the American government iand the American society which I it ostensibly is meant to buttress." i The statement then cites three characteristics of the bill which make it undesirable. First, the language of the bill, which makes criminal any act substantially contributing to the establishment of a foreign-con| trolled totalitarian dictatorship. i violates the due process requirements of the Constitution because of its vagueness. The vagueness of "substantially contribute," tht statement contends, threatens the organizational activity of the entire liberal movement in this country, "since people would be afraid to join with their fellowcitizens to seek any form of change, progress or reform which is or might be supported bv the communists. j "It is standard technique for the communists to give lip service i to a great many liberal causes for their own nefarious purposes." the statement continues. "In addition, if enacted, the bill might well be construed as making criminal the performance by an attorney of his duty in defending a communist client. It might even make criminal the mere advocacy of the law itself." Second, the statement asserts that the proposed bill would inflict serious penalties—criminal sanctions, social and economic ostracism and character assassination—on individuals,'merely because of association with certain organizations whose natures are •< %  !hmse)v<-s defined with sufficient precision, and "would thus inevitably restrict inquiry and th"i>?h'. belief and expression." Third, the legislation would in^flict penalties on organizations by %  legislative proscription instead of I by judicial proceedings. Hence, the statement declares, the bill is a bill of attainder; that is, members of communist political groups face loss of passport privileges and federal employment, merely by virtue of their membership and not after determination by the courts. Enactment of the proposed legislation is completely unnecessary for American security, the statement maintains, and indeed is likely to strengthen the very enemies it is intended to disarm. The registration provisions of the bill, it continues, would not give the government any information which the FBI does not already possess, and would probably drive the communists underground. This would make it harder to combat them. "Helping the communists make martyrs of themselves can only enhance the .appeal they make to the unthinking," the statement says. Joining with the American Jewish Congress in the issuance of this statement are Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, American Association of University Professors, American Civil Liberties Union, American Coun' cil of Human Rights, Americans For Democratic Action, American Jewish Committee, American Veterans Committee, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Friends Committee, Jewish Labor Committee, Jewish War Veterans, • %  •-wish Publication Society Will Launch Membership Campaign Judge Louis E. Levinthal and his wife have returned to their home in Philadelphia following a three weeks' stay at the Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach. Judge Levinthai stated that he planned upon his return to initiate a nationwide public relations campaign on behalf of the Jewish Publication Society, of which he is president. During the 62 years of its existence, the J.P.S. has relied upon primary support from its membership. However, the dues received from members have never covered the costs of the society, so that it was necessarv for various individuals to make philanthropic contributions in order to meet its needs. Gifts of this nature have all but disappeared during the past five or six years because of the heavv demands placed on philanthropy by overseas relief needs. The society, the only one of its nature in existence, has already distributed 350.000 volumes o'f Jewish content since its inception in 1888 by a group (,f men who realized that the American-Jew needed an authentic source of information regarding himself, his Juria'sm and the setting in which both found themselves in America. In the early days, the leaders of the J.P.S. were content to translate into English a number of important works published previously in foreign languages. However, they soon realized that it would be necessary to create the many works which demanded publication and study. Subsequently the J.P.S. embarked upon a program which had a dual purpose—the translation of important works from other languages, as well as the creation of original works in English. An important contribution which the J.P.S. made to Jewish life in America was through the translation of the Holy Scriptures. Previously, translations used were all from Christian sources. To date approximately 450.000 copies of the J.P.S. translation of The Holy Scriptures have been disseminated to individuals, schools and libraries. Judge Levinthal stated that the attempt to sell the Jewish Publication Society to the AmericanJewish community will be through its membership program which each year for a nominal sum of $5 provides many times that National Association of Jewish Center Workers, National Council of Jewish Women, National Women's Trade Union League, Social Action Committee of the Congregational .Christian Churches and the Textile Workers, CIO. Judge Louis Levinthal Pmount of value in books published by the society which members receive without further charge. Sholem Luncheon Club to Hear Recruiting Officer Major Harold Hillman. recruiting officer of the United States army and Air Force for South Florida, will be guest speaker at the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Luncheon Club, on Friday. August 4. at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. Major Hillman is expected to' discuss informally some of the current problems facing the recruiting office in South Florida today. Children Entertained North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith feted the children at the county home in Kendall at a party Tuesday, according to Leo Steinman, lodge community service chairman. Highlight of the ] evening was a kiddie show under the direction of Miss McKay, local dunce instructor. Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:30 P.M. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community. Wide Kashruth Association, Participatina Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warns the public. 1. Thai only mores where the nlgti of the liJIVH il"10J or* displayed are endorsed by the Vaail: I. That only chickens with the rlne of thOMVH fi'iDl are endoraed by the Vaad as kosher; 3. That only KKKSHI.Y KILLED chickens with the ring of the OMVH may be purchased in the livv poultry market: That rOLP chltk.ns In the live poultry market cannot be endorsed by the Vaad because they may be Over Zman: Not to be misled bv statements such as "traditional meals served"' under the impression that they are kosher. For other information about Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 53595. A A i? R pi'S K w^ o fM H SOOTIN. Sec. A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. s. LOBEL. Treai. 4 THE GARDEN ON THE TRAIT S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-315$ FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER. 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PAGE TWO fJewistin-oridian FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. I'll Say... The traveler is constantly reminded of the contrast [between the Scandinavians and the Germans. Historians say both are of the same Teutonic stock. Yet the former are peaceful and humane. Let sociologists (Iftccount for the difference. All we know is that for a •generation the Germans have been beasts, who 'walked and talked in the guise of humans. Sweden's Active Aid Nol that the more northern folk have had it so ei y. Both Norway and Denmark have known the I tterness of a Nazi occupation. Sweden, it is true. I steered clear of both world wars, and consequently has prospered. But wealth has not corrupted I r soul. Sweden has shown more decency, more 1 aracter, more humanity towards Jewish victims ot Nazism than far stronger or wealthier nations. And it was a hazard. Sweden was too dangerously mar Nazi Germany for comfort or safety. Sticking Out her neck too far might have invited Hitler's air I. rcg, the Wehrmacht. and the Panzer divisions. Yet she dared to stand up for right and justice. 'In Norway During 1942. when the Nazis were riding high and mighty, the 1500 Jews of Norway suddenly faced the danger of deportation to the concentration camps of Aushwitz and Greblinka. A story of protests burst lorth in Sweden. The press condemned in the strongest terms this latest act of German barbarity. Churchmen and university professors pleaded along mercilul and ideological lines. Nothing, of course, helped. Half : N %  egian Jewry crossed the border and saved their lives in Sweden. lit Denmark Scarcely a y< ai passed and Jews in Denmark found themselves :n a similai peril T vernment il in strong unofficial languagi It offered to take into asylum all of Danish Jewry. Gustav V, Kii Sweden, then issued a I rmal invitation. All Danish Jews could come in for protection and • ": % %  Food, shelter, and work : d to 6500 Jews at a time oi shortage and aved : thi gas chaml Sweden and Denmark In Hungary But Swedish By HARRY SIMONHOFF The only creative intellects of Denmark, who a tt international fame, were Jews. The original nam restricted ££ rented this' interference, and Raoul Wallenberg, the most active intercessor, disappcaied and was never again heard from. The example of Sweden shamed and spurred other powers into actron. ine Vatican, Argentine. Portugal, and Turkey, acting under Swedish leadership, prevented the annihilation of 150.000 Jews in Budapest. and Count Bernadoite The acid test of Swedish common-sense balanced fairness, came after the war. The unfortunate Count Folke Bernadotte. a prince of the Royal House, had been active in Red Cross and relief rescue work. During the final stages of the war. .He entered Germany, not without danger to himself, and negotiated directly with hangman Himmler. Tens of thousands of*helpless Jews, who had by some miracle remained alive in that final hour, were snatched out of mass graves by his exertions and intercessions. But Bernadotte was murdered by Jewish terrorists in Jerusalem. It would have been quite understandable had Swedish public opinion reacted violently against native Jews. But not the slightest incident occurred. The Swedish people.seemed to understand the delicate political situation in Palestine and left it to their government to act through diplomatic channels. Danish Jews No people of any land had ever given better tment to Jews than the Danes. The adjustment had been as perfect as can be expected when a ign group, alien in race, religion, language, and custom enters the body politic of a nation. For several centuries Jews have partaken of the peace and serenity of Denmark. But it was not a one way affair. In return. Jews made a powerful contribution to Denmark's intellectual and scientific achievements. Georg Brandes. noted .the world over for his penS^'l ing. creative criticism, was Cohen. Nils Bohr 1! won the Nobel prize for atomic researches is a H Jew. "" King Christian • One spring morning in 1941, the pleasant calm 1 Denmark was broken. The Nazis had entered an! taken over. The small nation could do nothing S but submit. At first the Jews were treated as oth'e Danes. Then, the story goes, an S.S. officer delivers a harangue before the King of Denmark. He want* all the rights of Danish Jews revoked and used ai the Nazi stock arguments. King Christian replJ with typical Danish irony, "But here in Denmark %  don't feel inferior to Jews." Another story reflect I the feeling of Danish sympathy. When the Nazis decreed that all Jews wear a Star of David on t), | right arm, the same King put one on immediately. A Golden Deed But what the Danes did in 1943 endears them forever to the Jewish people. The secret leaked out that Nazis would after two days round up all the 7000 Jews in Denmark for deportion to Buchenwald Copenhagen became a seething cauldron; virtually the entire population swung into action. Under the very noses of the Gestapo, Danish Christians worked day and night. Fortunately, the strip of water between Denmark and Sweden is quite narrow. The entire fraternity of fishermen placed themselves and their boats at the disposal of the refugees. In several days. 6500 Jews were evacuated. There was not a single case of squealing or betrayal. The remaining 500 either did not want to leave or were caught in transport. They met death in Nazi furnaces After Germany's defeat, the Jews returned from Sweden. They took up where they left off. Houset apartments, stores, cash, and merchandise were returned. The action of the Danish people deserves. high place in History's book of golden deeds Mt. Sinai Out Patient Department Helps Meet Community's Medical Needs '•' oi peration. thi out patient di Mount Sinai Hospital definiti 1 stablished its value in ting the growing medical needs of the community." Samuel ner. executive director, said this week. Opened on July 10. the department met with such great response that it was necessary to schedule an additional clinic after the first day of operation, he said The hospital is now operating two medical clinics, one surgical and one obstetrical and gynecological clinic. Dr. Milton P. Travels, medical chairman of the department, said man>j patients are still being kept waiting a long time because they do not make advance ap1 ntments He said an applicant for admission as an out patient should contact Miss Edna P. Stephenson. medical social worker, for an appointment and interview. If the applicant is indigent person and therefore eligible for pat 1 nl status, Miss Stephenson will schedule an examination. "During clinic hours, it is difficult foi new applicants fo mission to receive the full attention of our staff. We ask all 1 1 %  lephone for an ap1 fitment first or connt 1 the out patient department in thi noon when the clinics are not in session." he added. Located on the ground floor of the hospital with a separate entrance to the left of the main hospital entrance, the out patient department offers all of the medical and surgical services provided by the hospital, with all members of the medical staff rotating in the clinics. In the future. Gertner said, the department will provide a number of additional clinics including hygiene, dental, physical therapy and rehabilitation. Insliliilc Honors jExecutive Meeting Slated Iftraeh Officials Four Miami Beach officials were last week named honorary members of the San Martin Institute of the United States. They were Mayor Harold Turk. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the Chamber of Commerce; Tom F. Smith, director of the city publicity and convention departments; and Oscar H. Romaguera, of the Latin American division of the city publicity department. The San Martin Institute was founded by a group of U. S. senators and representatives and members of the Latin American diplomatic corps for the purpose of promoting the aims of Gen. Jose de San Martin, Latin American liberator. Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith will hold an executive committee meeting on Monday, August 7. at 8 p.m. at 3440 Garden Avc.. Miami Beach. A budget committee report will be given by Treasurer Lewis Sternshein and the meeting will be presided over by Howard Lev ine. second vice president. COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5 High School Girls Nurse Maid Jobs S15 Weekly ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 Tropical Lod£ To Hold Dance Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith will sponsor a swim dance on Saturday. August 5. at 7 p.m. at the Hotel Raleigh. Miami Beach, ding to an announcement by Samuel Kessler, president. The pool will be open to all %  f rom 7 until 10 p.m. with cabana facilities available at no extra cost. Kessler said. Dancing to the music of Herbert Curbelo and his orchestra will begin at 9 p.m. A floor show will feature Latin American singing star. Ernesto Ojea. and exhibition dancers. Seymour Brenner and Leonard Uhr are co-chairmen of the event. Tickets are available at Kessler's Radio Appliance. 1521 S.W. 8th St.; Budner's Beauty Salon. 1451 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach: Dr Lester Gordon. 4Q7 Hialeah Drive Hialeah. Proceeds will go towards the lodge's community service work. Austrians Introduce Partisan Legislation VIENNA, (JTA)—A new bill introduced in the Austrian Parliament by the Catholic People's Party and the Socialists calls for the establishment of a "hardship equalization fund" to compensate those who are forced to return their property to the original Jewish owners. Mmey for the proposed fund would come from heirless Jewish property estimated at S280.000.000, as well as from a five percent levy on property already restored to the rightful owners or their heirs. The new proposal is intended to replace the previous plan designed to amend existing lation to avoid hardships for Nazis who seized Jewish pronely Observers here point out that if the measure is approved, all efforts of Austrian and international Jewish organizations to retrieve heirless Jewish property to be used for the reestablishment of Jewish survivors in Austria or in Israel would be 1 frustrated. Slniinr Moves Law Offices Leo Sheiner. Miami attorney, announces the removal of his offices from the Pacific Building to the new Roper Building, 20 S.E. Third Ave. A member of the board of directors of the Miami Jewish Community Center and the Miami Zionist District. Sheiner is vice president of the Greater Jewish Centers Association and a member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He is also a member of Sholem Lodge of B'p.ai B'rith. Ivahlcs Outer Plans Fish Frv • The Sisterhood and Men's Club of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will jointly sponsor a fish fry at the picnic grounds of Matheson Hammock on Sunday. August 13. from 12 till 5. Mrs. Sidney Richman, sisterhood chairman, is in charge 0! general arrangements. Her aide include the Mesdames Alvn. Corenblum, Maurice Corenblum and Ted Goodman. Lou Perkell, men.'s club chairman, is supervising the games and refreshments. Assisting him are Abe Blumin. Herbert Braun. Sol Kline. Lou Tanner, Nat Winokur and Joseph Fromkin. Proceeds from this affair will go towards equiping the four class rooms recently added to the center building. Advance reservations must be made by calling 48-8073. taste ROKEACH BORSCHT D.itr.buted by Palm Di.trlbutors, Inc. 14 N.E Mth St., Miami — Phong 3-M6 c4 me 'mwe Attention to every detail of Jewish religious requirements in an atmosphere of beauty and peace distinguishes our service to the Jewish family. Our two complete funeral chapels are up-tothe-minute in every detail of their equipment— beautifully furnished and decorated throughout. TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS II West Flagler & 20th Ave Phone 9 2661 24-iioii R iiiiLuVi'tiiiici EDWARD I NEWMAN. Funeral Directoi r m £IS£NBtRG. treasure' I N NEW Y0RK '6th STREE1 AND AMSTERDAM ANU£ IT 1236 Washington Ave Phone 5



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1IDAY, AUGUST 4, 1950 +.k?wlsti nor Miftr PAGE SEVEN "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) KOREAN CONSEQUENCES: The Korean situation has I ,uuht about a change in thej ment social security Talmud Torahs are being requested to contribute $1 a year per child jp.uum aooui w .11 '|fqr this fund hn full d mindsof many persons in Wash-| Yeshivoth are asked t "* ngton who hitherto opposed the pe| child The dPmand P ? t £ telling of arms to Israel It, Hebrew teachers in New York Js now being realized by these : m ay bc matched by Hebrew very same elements that the teachers in other cities where inMiddle East is just as much in; structors in Jewish schools are Janger from possible Soviet peneunderpaid. {ration as were China and Korea And it is also realized that Israel, with its Mediterranean ports, may become one of the ,.iajor strategic positions in case n in that part of the world And they pointed out that it would be impossible for Britain 1865 when he was .elected U. S. senator The first non-Mormon governor of Utah was Simon Bamberger Twice governor of Idaho was Moses Alexander Both he and Bamberger were born in Germany and came to the United States at the age of 15 Julius L. Meier was governor of Oregon from 1931 to 1934 And Arthur Seligman was governor of New Mexico from 1930 until his death in 1933 Henry Homer was governor of Illinois about the same time And David Sholtz was governor of Florida from 1933 till 1937 Herbert H. Lehman served as a to provide effective garrisons for governor of New York tor sill the clanger spots in the Middle period of 10 years, after having been elected in 1932 and re|E;ist They insisted that "weak garrisons would be worse than "... However, their views ipparently not shared by American military experts .nd following the outbreak of the Korean war. it became obvious that even the British government cannot take these views seriously The issue will now longer be whether Israel is Permitted to acquire arms in the Inited States The new world levelopments have made it clear elected three times He achieved the distinction of being the first Jew elected to the U. S. Senate by popular vote Other American Jews who served in the U. S. Senate had been appointed or elected by state legislatures before the enactment of the amendment to the Constitution which called for the election to the Senate by popular vote They included: Judah P. Benjamin of Louisiana. Simon Gughigh officials in Washington: genheim of Colorado. Benjamin lh.it the .security of Israel is vital Franklin Jonas of Louisiana. Isifto the United States The dor Rayner of Maryland. Joseph question will rather be whether Simon of Oregon and David Levy the left-wing Mapam party will Yulee of Florida ... All these not obstruct Israel's acquisition f ac ts are culled from "Jews in of arms from the United States under the present world situation. COMMUNAL AFFAIRS: More than 1.000 Hebrew teachers in New York who instruct 50.000 children in some 400 institutions are now insisting on an increase in salary They claim that their present salaries have not kept pace with the increased cost of living and, as a result, their morale has been lowered. They demand a yearly increase of $150 until a maximum annual wage of $3,900 is attained The Hebrew Teachers Union is not only supporting this demand, but is also requesting the setting up of a welfare fund to provide tor unemployed, ill and aged teachers This."because teachers in Hebrew religious institutions are not covered by governLISTEN TO THE CULTURAL JEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR BROADCAST NOW JULY AUGUST ONLY TWICE A WEEK FRIDAY FROM 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. SUNDAY FROM 2:30 TO 3:00 P.M. OVER STATION WFEC 1220 on the Dial Directed and Announced bT American History" by Harry L. Golden and Martin Rywell j The book, which contains very valuable information on American Jewish history, is published by Henry Lewis Martin Co. in Charlotte, N. C. It'is a compilation of facts on the contribution of Jews to the United States from its earliest beginning in 1492 to' 1950 ... It depicts the role played by Jews in various states and on various important occasions in American history ... It also attempts to trace the contributions of Ari?rican Jews in the fields of medicine, science, art, literature, sports, music, literature and theatre The authors have done a great deal of research and the volume is definitely one which deserves to be in the library of Jewish homes and institutions. • CONSTRUCTIVE CURRENTS: The role which President Truman's "Point Four" program can play in the development of Israel is outlined in great detail Turk Is \aiii4>l Drive Leader Mayor Harold Turk is heading a whirlwind two-weeks' campaign to secure memberships for the Florida State conference of Social Work. A goal of $2,500 has been set as compared to the $1,000 raised last year. MembershiDs range from $1 to $100. The campaign was launched recently at a meeting in the Alcazar Hotel at which 140 members attended. The council since 1911 has studied current social, needs throughout the state and j has exchanged full information about these needs and the work i being done to meet them. One of the major activities is the annual conference which may be held in Miami Beach next year. At this meeting, social agency executives and workers, representatives of interested groups and others meet to discuss problems in the health and welfare fields. The conference also keeps tab on impending legislation as it affects these fields. by Williard R. Espy in his "Bold New Program." iust published by Harners The hook is also available in a 25-cent Bantam pocket edition The author lays special stress on what American a : ^. under Truman's plan, can do for the realization of the S6nalled Lowdermilk project Israel would, according to the author, become a "garden land in the midst of the desert" if this nrniect—known as the Jordan Valley Authority—were carried out ... As to the cooperation of neighboring Arab countries. Mr. Espy believes that the Arabs will be eager to share the benefits of the JVA when thev see its success in Israel There are also financial and political inducements that will be dangled before Arab eyes by Washington and the United Nations, the author predicts He comes to the conclusion that eventually the Jordan Valley Authority may form the nexus of the political organization that is necessary for a stable Middle East This, he says, would be a league or federation, not simply of Arabs, but of Jews and Arabs combined Long before that day comes, the JVA will have served as a training ground for Middle Eastern engineers and specialists in agriculture, conservation and forestry, Mr. Espy predicts ... He enumerates the stages of the JVA and reveals that American engineers believe that the cost of the project could be "comfortably amortized" in a fifty-year period. *3\ o ,, a^ vn rvra. flabbl Joseph E. 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Reservations may be obtained by calling the synagogue office, 9-3469; Mrs. Bert Sher. 48-2300; Mrs. Harry Laufer, 48-8044. .•# Frank Go'dman, president of B'nai B'rith, American spokesman at conference of the Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations, held in London last week. The Coordinating Board, which has consultant status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, is composed of the British Board of Jewish Deputies. the South African Boprd of Jewish Deputies ar.d B'nai B'rith. Beach Juniors Meet The Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah held a dessert and eoffee meeting on Thursday, August 3, at 8:45 p.m. at the Hamburger Health. Reports on Brandeis Camp were given by Annette Melich and Janice Goldiner. who recently returned from the camp. Meeting Scheduled A meeting of the HialeahMiami Springs Jewish Community Center is scheduled for Wednesday. August 9. at 8:30 p.m. at the Hialeah City Hall. 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)AY. AUGUST -4. 1950 >k*lsl fU+Hitr PAGE TJffiEE Israeli Newsletter By ADA OREN Sects At Home In Israel Israel seems well on its way to becoming the home of all the jwn sects in the three great lonotheistic religions. Thus most Christian churches represented here by members 1 missions. Clerics are perlitted to cross the lines from \he Jordan section of Palestine order to attend masses and pther ceremonies in Israel on ppecial occasions. A first group bf Arab Christian pilgrims from Israel are soon to leave for the loly Year ceremonies in Rome. V.s a matter of principle all monks and nuns who used to live here and now travel abroad are granted return visas even if they re German, but German church roperty abandoned since the last irorld war has not yet been returned. Also not being returned is 80 percent of the Russian religious property in this country, as the soviet government has not been able to substantiate its claim or the claim of its official church to tic se estates. In the case of all fther churches most of their property which was occupied by the Israel army has already been returned. Negotiations concernrent for the remainder are learing conclusion. The number of Christians in Israel is now about 50,000. The lew hundred Kopts are building leir first church in Israel and ave been allotted scarce building laterials, Churches damaged luring the fighting are being "paired at government expense. ime churches which served trabs who fled the country are gtill unused. The custom of special holiday rations for members of all comlunities is, being kept up, and p are holiday visits of district Ifficers to the dignitaries of the Various denominations and vice lersa. All of them have already pepressed their satisfaction with "ie treatment accorded them by lie authorities through the linistry for Religious Affairs, which publishes a popular bimonthly bulletin in English and French on matters of concern to the various churches. The courts of law of these communities are ;ill functioning again and discharging their customary duties in family affairs. Services of all churches and the Moslem community are broadcast regularly by rotation on holidays. The Ministry for Religious Affairs encountered some difficulties in setting up normal religious services for Moslem citizens, as most of their dignitaries fled and among the remaining only few could so far be prevailed upon to brave the disapproval of their relatives in the neighboring countries and accept Israel government pay. Nevertheless, services are already functioning regv ularly under 150 clerics for a population of about 120,000, and reestablishment of a Moslem court of appeal is contemplated. Costs to the state last year were 50,000 pounds in services and at least as much again for repairs in the existing seventy mosques. Mosques are kept in good repair even in communities where no Moslems remain, while cemeteries are less consicentiously guarded. Moslem citizen's committees in the cities advise the ministry and administer as many services as possible for members of their communities. It happens quite often that internal rivalries preclude the l institution of denominational autonomy, although the government is ready to grant it, | especially among the extremely clannish 16,000 Druze. Another offshot of Islam, Beha'ism, enjoys special treatment as a world religion. The Ministry for Religious Affairs Moslem and Druze Division also publishes a bulletin in Hebrew and Arabic. Among the Jews there are no fewer number of sects than among the Christians. During the Mandatory regime there was the majority organization Knesseth Yisrael, from which developed the independent Jewish administration of this country. Besides it existed the Agudah congregation and other, still more zealous, splinter groups. Reform Judaism is very weak. Also admitted were a small number of Italians who accepted Judaism in Italy as preached by a reformer of their own indeHeart Association Offers Research Fellowships NEW YORK—Dr. Howard B. Sprague, president of the American Heart Association, has announced that new appications for research fellowships and established investigators will be accepted up to September 15, 1950. Applications for research grantsin-aid, including grants to basic sciences, may be filed up to December 15, 1950. Information and application forms may be obtained from Dr. Charles A. ft. Connor. Medical Director, American Heart Association, 1775 Broadway, New York 19, N. Y. Dr. Sprague pointed out that ten per cent of the association's research funds, or approximately $45,000, will be available during the academic year 1951-52 to support research investigations in basic sciences, even though such investigations are not directly related to the field of cardiovascular diseases. Hootte(WwCtee^l&Br! TkBjft% TfeRjtom 4 rUU OUNCfS... A WMOU '/ POUNO...MOM Ml TOW MONT* NOW IN HANOY SAM THAT SI.ICI IASIM, C1I AN M ...MORI KOMOMKAl TO SttVI AND WMM SAME FAMOUS HIAKSTONI CKJAUrT...CIAMH, SMOOTH!*, IN SMI ADS, 5AIAOJ, SNACKS, MSSRTS Watch the Whele Family Gofer*. MCAKSTOMI Miami Office 1713 N.W. 7th Ave., Phone 82-4731 pendently of Jewish tradition. They are slowly being brought around to the Orthodox position in the Israel villages where they settled last year. Although some of them still put more faith in women seers and prayer leaders among them than in our rabbis, and have evident Karaite leanings, they are not onsidered heretics. Hundreds of other nonJews in this country are constantly submitting applications for acceptance into the religion of the majority, but the rabbis discourage opportunism of this kind. Members of the Karaite community from Egypt, hundreds of whom are now settling on the land in Israel as Jews by nationality, were however not accepted by the rabbinical authorities as Jews by religion. They constituted themselves here as a community apart, without the religious right of intermarriage with the general population although most people would welcome such a process. Unless the rabbis change their mind on this question, they may even be forbidden from joining, Judaism as regular converts. Of the Samaritans still surviving, to whom the ban applies, some two hundred live in Nablus (Sichem) in Arab Palestine and a few in Tel Aviv as a separate community avoiding assimilation. "Our" Samaritans were not permitted by the Jordanian authorities to attend the picturesque Passover sacrifice of their brethren on Mount Gerizim. The rabbinate nas also agreed that the immigration and settlement authorities admit other heretic groups of Jewish origin, including Marranos from Persia, as well as members of heretic Christian sects with Jewish leanings desiring to live as Jews,} such as some Baptists and Canadian Sobotniks. Non-Jews are accepted as immigrants only in exceptional cases. As far as possible the non-Jewish immigration with the help of Jewish spouses is discouraged, but only Germans are completely prohibited from immigrating in this way except if they saved Jews during the Nazi regime. The Orthodox would prefer a complete prohibition of immigration for mixed couples as this raises the thorny question of civil marriages in Israel. Even in Mandatory times no two members of the same community could have a civil wedding, but members of different sects could be married by the British district commissioner. With the establishment of a Jewish government this practice lapsed. 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PAGE SIX 9-Jmi.stincrkUari FRIDAY, AUGUST 4 f I • t t i Dado Over Top Workshop Will Present InHnnHllrivo "Bl w That Whistle" In Bond llri\? ,. Blow That Whlstle a drama Harry H. Bassett. chairman of dep j cting tne efforts of a smallthe U. S. Treasury Savings own mai i man t o build better Bonds C.mmittee for D inhuman relations, will be presented ty. announced that the report of 0 v the Radio Worshop For Demothe final week sales in the Inc Sur.dav, August 6. at 7:45 dependence Drive added S.68.063 n WMIE. Serie, E. U. S Savings Bonds I M j Berliner. Sam Freeman. the previously announced total : R %  „.,„. 3 .. .. B z-.wigel., $1,260,951. Th:> brought I' Man Honlg County's figu .-.Marx Ml : %  TTereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th Of $1.9.5.000. .;..,. F: ,. ;_, Arenue I Anti-D. %  %  : as SI • '•'ssli RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Tempi* itraet (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Sabbath eve services at 1:15 p.m. Dr. Kaplan will conduct the s. : Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: \. M-rvl.ej* .it 7 Satui da repli L I B ; its M July 4. Th< inl I July 17 to i (. %  -.:._ :. I I fii ..... • %  %  I ight the stal I • I • : J 21 1 %  I natioi .11 lIl.M IIOIIHI nil Will Hold S\ till l>.lll<' The I : 15 p.m.. with M I Ui ra thai L an ::i\ iteil %  Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Mr. Sal • : lowed ri and 8:45 '. i %  I at 8 p.m. i In 44 : Florida's 67 H %  Enti enl II be pi ovided scribed I v : '• %  % % %  :,' : : : %  Daily News > mth Roundup as • >f the B n li ,rnstein is chairman : : .. ..-'. the n nl Assisting her are lames Edmond Perls. Mac Mermell and •' %  • %  : %  : -.: tha Ebstein. %  he obtained ling M Hornstein at Coun rhey | ml it thai lings of Savings i Bond than $9 million B nai B'rith Ladies Plan • Membership Campaign Congregation loung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Service ] Satui daj • • %  • a i Mil • • •• lowed by Sh. Kcll ind 6:45 1 A .. ..... ... Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. Frldai %  • g ,-lcei %  •• B:15. Satui es at 10 Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Frlil it 6:30 p.m. %  g;30 • %  %  • %  d I Shaloe S idem .on of r. dally. Metropolitan Women's Council Congregation Beth Jacob (Orformulating ihodox), 301-311 Washington ATC lai all-out membership Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mespaign during August. -heloff Tena KatZ first Vic. K :i.i iy even ng services at a president ol the Council, anSaturd ning at • 10 Mlncha x nounced that officers and mem' '"''""' blidoa. summer 1 ess and Professional G %  ,. n „( a ii %¡ %  „.,. of the religious school Monday will' m cK ,.!"•:. %  m m Re B ..trat.o plans and schedules Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St..' This :being arranged so Ihei [Miami Beach. Sundav school classes every Sunday \t the office of Dr. 'm. Boros. 6a5 N.. 6"ml St. Hebrew classes under direction of Rev. Philip Pried at 6701 N W 4th Ave. on Mondays and •|!: ii sdav from 4 to •; D m Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck. cantor. Vt services Friday evening the rabbi will speak on "M< ntal Health." n ill be hi id in the V patio Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. %  .. nlnn si •'. Ice al I II %  9. I "ally sei vices I at S a Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon ApriL Cantor Berele Kelemer. i > 8:4(5 Mlncha Dallj .. I". ] %  in. I !• !. i m 'i a in Congregation beth Tlilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. F.i turd .... %  %  will pr< %  ii Al 5:15 p m Rabbi I SeudoH and ... Dallj -• %  '. : %  • 7 a m. followed by class In Miahna. .u •: %  I". follow ..I on Sundav B, TU< -.1. i and Thui ndays Ii -. Laws and Customs, and % %  !> Mondays and Wednesday* I.. Jewish Legends of the ", ,,!* u I Tempi, Betn bnoiom ,CiL..„ 4144 Chu. AT.. Muni B2 Rabbi L.on Kroni.h; X* I Samuel Kelemer. %  I Friday evening services a i Rabbi I.eon Kronish will ,„„,*. : I deliver the sermon. '"" US] Congregation Beth David (Con servative). Coral Way and M* Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; B, Maurice Mamches. *' Friday evening services it t,. Services Saturday mori Saturday evening sei Dally services ;ii :.:;<> a.m. um and Maarlv at 6:45 p.m. r\ Hebrew School M a.m to days through Thursda •' •ll.-i(f;tss.-ah <• %  MI| F > %  Monilav Metroi • : '.'.' n's Couni il of' p / •. e? r .?d JOT $X •\ :. es al '. 30 .o 9: 1 %  • '• iti m'al Roll Call i •' %  %  Campaign in District 5 on Au| u 21. will Free Loan Association To Meet Monday Night • ".: H %  %  MorrifHa lloscli Amity President 1 3 "' L^tu?i, 8 Lrn ta 15 I. ui. Kundaj morn. es .ii • Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve | Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Sabb %  %  i si ... it 9:43 a m. Sutur.1 y. Congregation, Betty Lou • %  i ts Betty 1 n Rose Betty Gathacol. treasur. %  '' %  I nan, sergeant-atB at 9:00 1 I'cloi k. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Friday night Ben at 6: Saturday morning at 9. Dailj services at 8 1 Mrs. F. 0 I'-M I'rollo Itr.Hl Williams' IMav w Di be read by S H • A B V '; : : Tu at 8:30 o Hotel on to hi recoi ling I i and work d to the %  • %  thi : • eds of ate 'unati : nl ij Mian B Music Group Meets .Music Listening On.up of Northside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. 1 : • • Isaai .-' .-'. ili win official services Friday evening. on 1 the : | %  • Pai ; S %  _• s, „ %  B Shop at 934 1 %  • %  '' •' %  %  '•: %  • no-el 1 Shop. J reservatioi 1 the masti Th eisnoadn charge. GOOD FOODS, THE RIGHT KIND, AND SUNSHINE GALORE SUCH VITAMIN SOURCES, HAVE PLENTY IN 5TORE. %&ff ths GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS M Mi y 0 .'!r r0C r P' r d now; you will IIVI on s new roof lattr "Satisfactory Work by txpernncsd Men" 414 8. W. 22na Avenu. MHONE 4-61(0 WoHicGlJlfo HOTEL LUNCHEONS WEDDINGS BANQUETS Phone 86-8721 .NP2 ^Qlft GL A S ^ fOR EVERY e L M J J PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS runtltuj. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jen1st noridiar FRIDAY. AUGUST 1 Personally Speaking Patricia Curtice To Wed K. L. Herman Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April and their son. Samuel, recently Mrs Leonore Curtice, 364 S.W. returned from a trip to Savannah and points North. In Savannah ig t h Road, announces the engageth Aprils visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ] ment and forthcoming marriage Herbert Blumenthal. + Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baer and son. Edward, returned here after spending several weeks at Duncraqqan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. Spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Mort Stern, 2535 of her daughter, Patricia, to Kenneth Lee Berman, son ?f Mr. and Mrs. M. Berman, 1745 S.W. 15th St. The couple will exchange vows at the Coral Gables Woman's Club anLeonore P. LeVine Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H Le V i, 2007 S.W. 17th Ave., nave a nounced the engagement „f the'" daughter, Leonore P., to Iv an j Sharps, son of Mrs. David Shar and the late Mr. Sharps J Chicago. K ol A graduate of St. Patrick's Rut School, the bride-elect attend Florida State University *A graduated from the University". Miami. Miss LeVine is at p re on the faculty of Kensington ?S Elementary Schooll rk Her fiance attended Chicago jot Miami and was a memoer oi lor two years in the Pacific arT Mrs. Joseph Weiss, 610 S^W 18th Ave., will leave by plane ft 2^JS£$S3^ SdmlS^ £?^ tor San Francisco Friday. While there, she will be the guest of %  B nai Brit h Young Women and I Miss LeVine is leaving for C h, her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Folts. past president of the B'nai B'rith cago to spend the sumnu + + + I Girls Chapter. ... ^ TT j in Mr. Berman is also an alumnus Miamians vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville. L f Mjamj Hjgh Scnool wherc hc N. C, include Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. was a band member. He served on September 10 at 2:30 p.m. The bride-elect attended Miami S.W.~f9th Terr., are their daughter, Mrs. Herbert Silver, of Long High School where she was a Island City, N. Y.. and her twin sons, Michael and Stephen. | -mber^^f ^ tand^ orchestra the Etude Club and Collegium Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., have as their Musicum, honorary music sociehouseguest Mrs. Shapiro's brother, Harry A. Taffer, of New York. ties, she attended the University schools and served in~tlv An August 27 service at Phyllis Kapp Studio in Coral Gab'es will u.-.ite Miss Anita Laura Mandlen and Meyer Norman Sherman. The bride-elect is the daughter Harvey Herman and daughter, Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robin, ihe Ben Rubins. 2447 S.W. 3th Mr. and Mrs. Irving Margolis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Steinberg. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Steinberg. Mrs. Florence Hcrsch. Theodore Freed, Joe Cohen and Fred Levy. -* Mr. Sherman's parents are '. %  '.:. and Mrs. Saul Sherman. 1900 S.W. 7th St. Both Miss Manc'.en a.-.d Mr. She:man are graduate? Miami High School. for two years in the navy and recently graduated from the University of Miami School of Business Administration. He is a member of Pi Lambda Phi

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PAGE TEN +Jeistncridlan I %  FRIDAY. AUGUST Art Exhibit To Highlight Social \n exhibition of non-i p, i; Iharles l! Jacobson, nist, will be featu i ed by thi : Sunday. I P Avi •\c, ord W the social evei ... e-partii tertainmenl %  n ectiv ..• • iur.il tei Miami : one-man at thi Di Ian Hotel which • : i 10 persons. H. h. ted in Los An| Chici go. ai 'i K I son stud ed at tl ol Fini A •and ed in the West Indie Xorthside Group Leases Tluli For lloliil.'iv Services ". • %  : Cen1 leased : N E :•! %  %  I lent N W 791 St., eetii I S1 %  %  Kli'in A||im 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. The boat will depart from Pier Seven, City Yacht Basin. I MUSHand entertainment are planned. ^___ | of the board of directors of the 1 Orthodox Home for the Aged, a I member of the Covent Club and is still an honorary member of i the board ol directors of the He' brew Theological College. Mrs. Poneher To Attend Meet Mrs Maurey Poneher will represent the Greater Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptives Relief Society at a meeting of the national organization to be held In Denver beginning August 25. Anonuncement of her appointment has been made by Mrs. Morns Goluskm, local auxiliary president. According to Mrs. Goluskm. auxiliaries throughout the country have increased their support of the JCRS sanitarium in Denevr following the resignation of Dr. Louis I. Miller as head Of the institution. Mrs. Poneher. ease chairman, visits patients in the tubercular wards at Jackson Memorial Hospital and Kendall weekly. Subject Announced The subject of Rabbi M !" P. Mann's address on th e V Synagogue, to be heard Tut, August 8, at 7 p.m.. \vill D e gion Without God." The prr* is broadcast every Tuesdav station WINZ. ^ S. J. Freednui HEBREW BOOK 8T0R? 417 Washington At*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth $J Hebrew Heligioui SuppB, For Synagogues and Prir, Use. Also for Hebrew Sch^ enso nsia Telephone 5-9017 wh the the 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 u for a it On August 1st, 1939—11 years ago, LI BY CHEVROLET CO. opened its doors on West Vlagler Street, dedicated to the service of the motoring public of Greater Miami. In celebration of its 11th Anniversary M BY is presenting these Big Automotive Specials along with FREE gifts, all this month. COMPLETE <£u/fj/-Aiadw/L ag( of fee of tea of DO! to nal f DO! Ce fes cat Jei pai mi am am otl i coi wh tra Th mi coi oui pei lei tra in an an th. agi gui ant act 1—Lubricate chassis complete 2—Change Oil 3—Flush differential, re• ploce with new lubricant 1—Flush place cant 5—Pack transmission % %  -re with new lubri springs, replace with graphite grease 14 OPERATIONS 6—Pack wheel bearings 7—Clean air filter 8—Fill shock absorbers 9—Check tires 1 0—Check battery 11—Check radiator 12—Check fan belt 1 3—Oil all door hinges 14—Check brakf* and lining* ^ 7 II REG. $10.55 Not Jutt a "Grcose Jo*' But the Right Greose i *> Right Places Deluxe PAINT JOB t£. $ 37" • OVEN-BAKED ENAMEL FINISH • EXPERT PREPARATION • MANY NEW COLORS • ALL WORK GUARANTEED PP CCf Y U eh '" With ony P u,cho5c o* SI 1.00 or more ot LUBY'S during rhc month rlXtt. of August TWO FREE TICKET* to any Wometeo Theatre" or handy "LIP-LITE MIRROR." It lights u^ when you press KSc button to help you set your lipstick at night or find a keyhole. I Government Tox must be paid ot the bo office' LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob SchachterDirector NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11:30 AM. MON WED. AND FRI. FROM t P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. *. J "Your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer Wt TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IOS5W.FL AGLER ST. PHpNFfr644i_ 2300 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 2-8408 -42t_. J



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 1950 +Jewlsti fkx-ldtan PAGE FIVE Mt. Sinai Planning New 300-Bed Structure; Malakoff Named Public Relations Director A total of 4,012 patients have been admitted to Mt. Sinai Hospital for a total of 40,515 days since the Alton Road institution opened its doors on December 5, 1949, Max Orovitz, president, disclosed in his semi-annual report to the City of Miami Beach Saturday. Orovitz also reported that de-K -* pitc the fact that the War Assets Administration has extended the time for completion of plans for a new hospital building on the site from 18 months to 60 months. plans •>!• %  ;il'pad" K : "" lated for the new 300-bed facility to be erected on Collins ISiunu. To date renovation and equipment of the hospital has cost approximately $925,000, according io the report. Appointment of Milton A. i Malakoff as director of the public relations and # campaign department of Mount Sinai Hospital was announced this week by Max '"•"vitz, president of the institution. Since 1946, Malakoff has been director of public relations of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, with which the hospital is affiliThe city secured the hospital ated. Prior to that he serving in site from the Federal Govern-, varying capacities in the public ni. which used the former relations and newspaper fields, plushy hotel as a hospital during including director of community the war, and turned over the appeal of the Brooklyn Red Cross, facilities to Mt. Sinai for opera-1 director of the Commerce and tion. Industry Press Section of the New Orovitz reported that the hospi| York Committee of the National tal staff now consists of 3941 War Fund and director of public physicians and surgeons Hallways and corridors have been treated with a special acoustic material to reduce noise and medical library and record room have been added. The nurses dormitory has been completely renovated and furnished. The swimming pool on John's Island is being readied for the use of "staff and convalescent patients. The hospital president revealed I that 3.118 examinations have been made by the X-ray department since the hospital's opening and 1.634 operations have been performed, 785 of them major cases. In the last six months, Orovitz disclosed, landscaping has been completed on the mainland and is nearly completed on John's Island. A direct-line fire alarm system Ihas been connected to the Miami (Beach fire stations and new ele'vators have been added to the structure. Koch Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Morris Koch, formerly of 1129 N.W. 3rd St., will take place Sunday, August 6 at 10:30 a.m. at Mt. relations of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Under Malakoff's direction, the hospital is launching a program aimed at interpreting the institution to the community and raising funds for its expansion and building program, Orovitz said. "When we launched our first fund raising campaign in 1946, wc secured pledges of nearly $2,500,000 from a relatively few persons. Shortly we plan to undertake the second phase of the campaign in order to reach a larger section of tr> emmunitv." Orovitz said. Hr added that an intensive campaign would be waged to collect al' pledges outstanding from the 1946 drive. Th,? public relations committee, which will guide the program, is headed by Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Members are Sam Blank. Arthur Ungar. Leonard A. Wien and Mitchell Wolfson. Helping to formulate plans for the fund raising program are Jacob Sher, chairman of the campaign committee, and the members of the committee, Jack Ablin. Blank, J. Gerald Lewis, Meyer, William D. Singer, Wien and Wolfson. Singer, who is chairman of the Holiday Plans Completed Plans for the High Holy Day services to be held at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation have been completed, according to an announcement from the committee in charge. Cantor Berele Kelemer is training a choir composed of Hebrew school students for the services. Tickets will be on sale at the synagogue every evening, excepting the Sabbath, from 8 to 10. ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant Pan American Bank Building PHONE 3-7796 Milton S. Malakojf pledges with his committee members, Leonard Abess, Ablin, Benjamin N. Kane, Marcie Liberman, Dan Ruskin, Sher, Harry Siikin and Joseph Stein. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi S • co n ec tion committee, is working Machtei officiating. Mr. Koch isj on the co n ec tion of outstanding survived by his wife Jennie; three Registration Scheduled Registration for the 1950-51 term of the Hebrew school conducted by the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held in the school building, 1101 S.W. 12th Avc., on Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday. August 15, 16 and 17. from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of the congregation and head of the school, has announced. Children from six years of age may enroll. The curriculum is under the supervision of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Sunday school registration will be held in September. daughters. Mrs. Samuel Meyers. Mrs. Harriet Mann and Miss Beverly Koch; also two brothers, Joseph and Samuel. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. IN THE MAIL Editor. The Jewish Floridian Dear Editor: I rarely take occasion to com| Simonhoff. describing his European travels, calls for commendation. Mr. Simonhoff, with an artistic touch, has painted vivid word pictures of how European countries impress an American Jew with sensitive feeling tones for his people. Cordially yours, MORRIS KLASS. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 Al EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phoni 9-5317 — 9-f727 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIOENBERQ. Owntr 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA PHONE 5-2978 S \ nattftcMafattifr MANISCHEWITZ v mam w^ CMM %  !, b. -• % %  M MM KieMMk t-mt kMck^t MM t. 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