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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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
JME 23NUMBER 32
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
iel Will Issue Appeal To Soviet To
mit Jewish Emigration To Israel
11 sracl To Offer
| Medical Aid
In Korea
t- TEL 4VIV (JTA)The precise
tUSALEM (JTA) Israel j of the Israel Federation of Labor nature of the medical aid offered
address a formal appeal to introduced a motion requesting by the government of Israel to
bviet government to permit i that Israel "give reply to the lies the United Nations for use on the
nigration of Jews from the concerning the U.N. call for as- Korean war front will be made
to the Jewish state, it was sistance in the Korean conflict, public within a few days, it was
need here this week, in. Dr. Sneh also demanded that announced here by Foreign
jment. The text of the ap- parliament engage in a discussion
being prepared by the! of various problems facing the
n Affairs Committee of the forthcoming session of the U.N.
ket.
making this announcement,
an Aharonowitz, chairman of
foreign Affairs Committee,
that the appeal will be
In as a "Let My People Go"
General Assembly in September,
especially the question of ad-
mitting Spain to the United Na-
tions and the problem concerning
the status of Jerusalem. The
parliament decided that these
He made the announcement | problems should be discussed by
,-ing a motion introduced by | its Foreign Affairs Committee.
Kook, Herut deputy, asking Although the Israel Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett. A cable
informing the United Nations of
Israel's decision to send medical
assistance to the U.N. forces in
Korea was sent by Mr. Sharett
to U.N. Secretary-General Trvgve
Lie.
Reiterating that the Israel gov-
ernment will support the efforts
of the U.N. Security Council to
restore peace and security in
it open adiscuuioil: Ministry "remains officially in'fei Korea Mr. Sharett's message ex-
situation of the Jews in Aviv, various foreign diplomats pressed satisfaction with the
Evict Union and appeal to | have recently begun to contact Soviet Unions resumption of
pw to permit the emigration the Ministry through its Jeru-1 participation in the meetingsof
lose Soviet Jews who might salem headquarters, it was re-
Tto go to Israel. vealed here this week. Foreign
k-ign Minister Moshe Sharett \ Minister Sharett this week re-
Led the holding of any such \ ceived at his Jerusalem office the
ssion. There were also j Netherlands Minister to Israel, A.
jv scenes in the Knesset ] Nederbracht, and the Iranian
Dr. Moshe Sne*h. leader of j diplomatic envoy to the new state,
lapamthe pro-Soviet wing I M. Safrini.______________________
Israel Merchants Oppose Rationing,
Knesset Conducts Emergency Session
TEL AVIV (JTA)Life in this metropolitan citv of Isrcal
stood at a standstill this week when all stores, restaurants and
cafes closed down following the call of the Merchants Associ-
lion to strike in protest against the recent law which introducsd
rationing of shoes and clothing in the country.
In contrast to the privately-
the U.N. Security Council,
cable then stated:
The
owned commercial establishments,
the cooperative food shops man-
aged by Tnuvacontrolled by the
Israel Federation of Laborre-
mained open. Pharmacies similar-
ly remained open, while artisans
shops are functioning in accord-
ance with a decision adopted by
the Artisans Association not to
participate in the merchants'
liament to withdraw their sup;-
from the government on i's
rationing policy because it afi
private enterprise. The decision
said that the withdrawal of the
Mizrachi members from the Israel
Cabinet should also be considered.
The Tel Aviv Chamber of
Commerce, the Merchants Asso-
ciation and the General Fedi
ihbi De Koven Accepts Call To
ipit Of Gables Congregation
bi Ralph De Koven has ac- I Chicago and was ordained
the call to the pulpit of"
to
Srst Jewish Congregation of
Gables, according to Abe
"Surrounded by states which
have jointly carried aggression
and war against Israel and which
refuse to negotiate a peace settle-
ment despite the Security Coun-
cil's injunctions, whilst pursuing
an active program of large-scale
armament, vigilance and pre-
paredness are dutifully imposed
upon Israel's armed forces and
its people.
"Nevertheless, the Israel gov-
ernment deems it its duty to give
strike pending negotiations with tion of Middle-Class Traders dis-
tributed leaflets warning the
government, parliament and the
public against "the danger of th !
prevailing regime of ordinances
and the detrimental rationing sys-
tem imposed."
Meanwhile, all shops, restaur-
graby Square, in the^center of Tel! ants and cafes in Jerusalem were
the Ministry of Supply.
More than 20,000 persons at-
tended a meeting protesting
against the economic policy of
the government. The meeting,
sponsored by the extreme right
Herut Party, took place at Mo-
in
Israel by the chief rabbi. He
BBS* Vermont31 and I P-tical expression for its stand
Middlebu^y College. \%J&%? h'S of thl
The rabbi is married and the United Nati0ns in the task it as-
father of two children, a 15-year- sumed Under the present cir-
old daughter and a nine-year-old | cumgtances, the most effective
1 assistance is an offer of medical
aid for the United Nations forces
in Korea."
No-Hoard Pledges
i Israel Purchases 2
10DC ASked At RallY Constellations In US.
TEL AVIV (JTA)Two Con-
stellations purchased in the U.S.
Rabbi Ralph De Koven
loff. president. He will assume
duties on September 1.
The new spiritual leader has
en in the rabbinate since 1932
|d has held pulpits in Chicago,
psconsin and Minnesota Born in
jin-ago, he obtained his secular
ication at the University of
fionist Congress
o Meet Dec. 20
[JERUSALEM (JTA) The
lorld Zionist Congress will take
lace December 20 in Jerusalem,
iahu Dobkin announced this
Bek at a press conference. He
lid that elections to the Congress
Bd already been held in a num-
fcr of smaller countries.
(Mr. Dobkin said that Zionist
rties in the United States will
3t hold elections but will receive
10 seats as follows: General
No-hoard pledges will be asked
of all who attend a "mobilization
day" rally slated for Monday,
August 14, in Bayfront Park. The
meeting will be held under the
auspices of the local posts of the
Jewish War Veterans.
Burnett Roth, co-chairman of
the rally, disclosed that at the
same time merchants in Greater
Miami will be asked to pledge
that they will not "arbitrarily" i
increase the prices of their
merchandise.
Merchandising and distribution
specialists will discuss the evils
of hoarding and price spiralling at
the rally, he said.
He listed other speakers as J. N.
Lummus, vice chairman of the
Dade County Security Defense
Council, who will describe secur-
ity measures likely in event of
total war, and F. W. T. Smith,
vice president of the Florida State
Federation of Labor, who will dis-
cuss labor's role in the event of
total mobilization.
Rabbi Morris Skop, chaplain
of the Veterans Hospital, will
offer a special prayer for United
Nations soldiers fighting in Korea.
are due to arrive in Israel next
month to be used for regular
flight operations, it was an-
nounced this week at ceremonies
here marking the completion of
the first year of air service by
El Al airlines.
Aviv. A resolution adopted at the
meeting called upon President
Weizmann to intervene into the
"critical situation," to disband the
parliament and to order new par-
liamentary elections.
Mizrachi orthodox merchant
and their followers decided to urge
the Mizrachi'members in the par-
France Grants
Loan To Israel
TEL AVIV. (JTA)The French
government initialed a $15,000,000
loah to Israel, it was announced
here. The loan was granted as a
result of negotiations conducted
in Paris between David Horowitz,
director-general of Israel's Fin-
ance Ministry, and the French
Minister of Finance.
A Rumanian trade delegation
left Israel for Rumania following
the conclusion last week of
negotiatiori*rior a series of barter I Israelunrestricted
agreements under which Israel
will receive frozen kosher meat,
wheat, timber, cattle, onions and
chemicals in exchange for peni-
cillin, precision instruments, cit-
rus and other products.
kept closed in protest against the
rationing of shoes and clothing.
The only establishments roe"
were the cooperative Histadrut
stores and the shops run by th i
Ata textile factory. They were
heavily guarded by police. No in-
1 cidents were reported.
| Huge crowds lined up in front
I of the Jewish Agency building
where parliament is meeting, in
an effort to witness the session a I
(which the government's rationin:-,'
i policy was taken up for discus-
i sion. The debate opened with
speeches by three members of the
Cabinet defending the govern-
ment's economic policy in general
and its rationing policy in parti-
cular. The three were: Finance
Minister Eliezer Kaplan. Labor
Minister Golda Myerson. and
Minister of Communicatijns
David Remez.
The three ministers pointed out
that one paramount task faces
immigration
and its absorption, and that all
means at the state's disposal must
be subjected to achievement of
this task. "There is only one
(Continued on Page 4)
UN Nears Solution
On Border Incident
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)U.N.
Secretary-General Trygve Lie in-
dicated that United Nations au-
thorities in Palestine were near-
ing a solution of the
Lebanese plane incident
rael's northern border.
Replying to a question at his
weekly news conference, Mr. Lie
reported that the U.N.'s mixed
armistice commission, in dealing
with the incident, had been in
.contact with both the Lebanese
lonists, 33; Hadassah, 33; Labor|and Israel governments. "I think
fonists, 25; Mizrachi, 12: Hapoel j they are very close to reaching a
amizrachi, 7; Hashomer Hatzair- ] satisfactory solution," he_ added
Dr. Narot Here To Fill
Pulpit Of Temple Israel
may yet grow,
lso plan to stress the under-
Dr Joseph R. Narot, new spiritual leader of Temple Israel. | wherein i
will be formally presented to the congregation at Sabbath J* of human behavior..
services this Friday at 8:15 p.m. The introduction will be made
by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, the temple's rabbi emeritus.
At this time the 37-year-old rabbi, who succeeds the late
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. will
conduct his initial services and
preach on "My Faith and Pro-
gram."
Following the service, a re-
ception will be held in honor of
Dr. and Mrs. Narot.
The young religious leader, who
arrived last week with his wife
and two children from Atlantic
City where he has held the pulpit j j
of Reform Congregation Beth I
Israel for ten years, announced 11
that he will emphasize Judaism i j
recent i in his work here,
on Is-
ppam, 3; and Revisionists, 6.
The Jewish Agency official dis-
posed that 450,000 Shekolim had
Iready been sold in Israel, mak-
jg Israel's the largest delegation
the Congress. Elections to the
pngress will be held in the Jew-
state at the end of October.
He said, however, that U.N. head-
quarters had still not received a
report on the details of the in-
cident, in which an Israel fighter
plane intercepted the flight of a
Lebanese transport charged by
Israel with having crossed the
Jewish state's border.
"Too many Jews fail to ap-
preciate the validity of Judaism j
in the modern world," Dr. Narot
said. "I strongly believe that
there is a great need for Judaism!
today. Its message is as urgent
and vital as ever.
"The reasons are inherent in
Judaism," he continued. "Its re-
sponsiveness to knowledge, the
stress that it lays on moral and
ethial principles, the profound re-
spect that it has for other faiths
and other peoples, its insistence
of pure monotheismall these
Dr. Joseph R. Narot
In addition. Dr. Narot plans to
underscore the promise of Ameri-
can democracy for the future.
make me have great faith in the This does not mean, he explained,
fact that Judaism is needed more that he will hesitate to show
than ever today." I wherein democracy may fail and
Narot said, "why human bei.i^s
Ichave as they do, why they are
inclined to be loving or hating,
competitive or cooperative, in-
different or sympathetic.
"I believe such understanding
will help us a great deal in coping
with every important area of life
problems of parent-child rela-
tions, marital happiness, com-
munity welfare, and even the
problem of war and peace itself."
Dr. Narot. who comes here with
a distinguished record of com-
munity service in Atlantic City,
plans to participate in the civ
and welfare activities of the city
as soon as he is established here.
One of his major interests has
been mental hygiene and he
has been active in the New Jersey
State Mental Hygiene Society. He
was founder and vice president of
the Atlantic City group.
In conjunction with his work
for the United Jewish Appeal. Dr.
Narot made a tour of Israel in
March of this year.
"Nothing reported about Israel
to the Americans has been ex-
aggerated, neither its problems
nor its achievements," he said.
"Both are of the first magnitude
We have to combine admiration
for what has ben done with de-
termination to help achieve that
which remains to be achieved."


I
PAGE TWO
* Jen is* FhrSdjari
FRIDAY,
I'll Say...
July 16th. Landing in Hamburg felt as if I were
:ending into a snake pit. Now will I be among
mu.(. rturers, sadists, among a people whose
nds could calmly note the reactions
f a human freezing to death. Some ex-Storm
would no doubt likt- to plunge a knife into
along m my American clothes.
an Schizophrt
But I was entirely wrong. The Germans go about
the humdrum of their daily routine with the meek-
of unliberated serf. In the streets one en-
commonplace men and women, short, tall.
medium, people of dark and light shades, some
others fat. It is this very mediocrity that makes
all the nauseous propaganda of a Chamberlain and a
Goebbels, of a Rosenberg and a Streicher so ludicrous.
1 .. v mder whether the affable hotel clerk was
in the Gestapo. Did the subservient waiter, who bows
and scrapes before you. gas people at Dachau? The
lellow in the bus several seats behind, with the cut
across his cheek, looks like an S.S. bully. But where
an the host of closely-cropped brutalized goose-
steppers who took such delight in fiendish torture?
Then you recall the book and film "All Quiet On the
Western Front." The gentle mail carrier becomes a
martinet as soon as he gets into a uniform. Perhaps
that explains the psychological duality in the German
.
Fnedricli Nietzsche
In the late 19th century, the philosophic Nietzsche
coined the expression 'Herrenfolk. This original
thinker gave out his famous analysis of the instinc-
tive, aristocratic realities that equip a master race.
Under and subservient to this ruling class are the
nameless, faceless masses, who are fit only to obey
the id. is of their betters. The "herd." according to
Nietzsche, subscribes to a slavenmoral. a code of
ethics for slaves, which makes it a virture to be
obedient, docile, and eager to carry out the behests
superiors.
In The Land Of The Herrenfolk
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
AUGUST 1,1
Teutonic Stupidity
This doctrine of the Superman and the Subinan
was pounced on bv the Nazis with the avidity of
bloodhounds. The joke is that the Germans were the
last people on earth to whom Nietzsche would have
applied his system. His writings contain the most
scathing criticisms, the most scorching contempt tor
German character and mentality, for its humorless,
chain gang, robot psychology. Especially was he
contemptuous of the Anti-Semite. He advocated the
assimilation of Prussians and Jews as a means_ot
improving the bovine dullness, the heavy-handed
brutalitv of Junkerdom. In the Nazi state. Nietzsche
would have gone with the very first batch to the
concentration camp.
Lack of Humor
The traveler wonders whatever induced such
commonplace people to believe themselves herren-
jolk And here we come into the crux of the Centiai
European problem. The German swallows the most
fantastic propaganda if dinned often enough into
his ears. Evidently, he has neither the judgment to
discern the impossible, nor the humor to see the
ridiculous. Imagine a French peasant calling nirnseii
a Superman. Ridicule would drive him out of the
village Even the Norweigans saw the absurdity ol
being designated fellow heroes by the invading Nazis.
"Never mind the honors," they answered, "Kindly
leave our humble soil."
Berlin
July 18th. In the Russian sector of Berlin, young
Germans stand guard before the Soviet public build-
ings. Numerous signs overhang what is left of the
massive structures on the famous Unter-den-Linden.
In different words and phrases, endlessly repeated,
thev add up to: We want a united Democratic Ger-
many. Down with Yankee Imperialism. We oppose
the ricious American culture and Us false ideology.
The uniformed boys stare at these signs all day 16ng.
Thev differ but slightlv from the Nazi slogans of five
years ago. Needless to say. the former Hitler youth
"are now members of the Communist Youth Brigade.
Its Western Sector
But Russian propaganda makes little oi
way in the Western Zone. When the Korea,i
mentioned. Berliners in particular grow pan;t
en. They have good reason. Residents of L
say three-fifths of their city was bombed. Bd
can visualize destruction until he set i;. 'I
the devastation is castastrophic. The A-BjT
the H-Bomb can both be outlawed. ^
antiquated block buster can do is too terrifS
words. Large gaps in the German Capitol
the Roman Forum, which has been in
1500 years.
The Nazi Mentality
Germans feel resentful towards AmericansJ
bombing of their cities. Yet strange to say,
never identified with their devastation,
is concerned over the possibility of an |
Russian thrust. The Soviet threat seems d
banished the Nazi era into the past. But the
Nazi propaganda will be present until disci
a newer ideology. If questioned, many Germ
admit the benefits of the Hitler regime. Thej]
uncomfortable and disturbed if one points J
their gloomy prospects, as well as their bombed
were brought about by a megalomanic. WhJ
madman, the fuehrer of a country smallnj
Texas, would have dared to attack the So*
declare war upon the U.S.A. Today the Tq
mind at last appreciates the power in these i
empires.
The Jewish Phase
They dislike any mention of the Jewish ra
tion. It was wrong and hard to account for]
German you speak with has or had Jewish f
But the extermination of 6.000.000 Jews
chambers is propaganda. They were well tred
the air shelters during the bombing raids
Jews in or out of Germany are better off th
Aryans. So why not forget the whole thing.
Registration At II
To Ri gistral at the Hebrew-
coeducational
school offering a synthesis of
secular and Hebrew education, j
will get underway Monday morn-'
ing. August 14 necordine to an
announcement from Dr. David S.
Andron. president. The school,
which is located at 918 6th St..
Miami Beach, will launch its
f.urth year on September 5.
Boasting an enrollment of over
200 boys and girls, the academy
meet- the requirements of both
county and stal boai Is of publu
>.. and in addi'ion. pro-
vides intensive Hebrew training,
music api n and manual
and ex| nal arts.
The institution's facilities in-
clude large, any classrooms, a
400-seat auditorium with com-
pletely equipped stage, newly
paved playground, library, clinic.
I.il.-i IV.-irl HoaoS
Tri llVta 4>roii|
Lila P( ;
of the Tri Bel.. : tile Miami
Jewish Communil this
T :
! i ttv Si.
-up also
i : S -. Caplan as vice
| Ross, r<
Elin ir Davis, i
mding si Sandra
Eileen Schumer,
auditor: Francine Ma: k
'ain: and Sally Harelick,
irms.
fcforw Aradomy
Monday Morning
dining room and thoroughly
modern kitchen. Transportation to
and from school is provided.
Classes are conducted five days
a week. Monday through Friday.
from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. During
the current year, there will be
classes from the first to seventh
grades inclusive, as well as
kindergarten groups for children
from four to five and a half years.
Dr. Andron and the members
of the board have extended an
invitation to members of the com-
munity to visit the academy and
inspect its facilities.
Workshop Will Present
"Face To Face" Sunday
Radio Workshop for Democracy
will present "Face to Face" over
radio station WMIE on Sunday.
August 13. at 7:45 p.m.
Cast includes M. J. Berliner.
Gertrude Marx. Dave King. Roy
Marx, Rose Kurner, Eleanor
Zweigel and Judy Freeman.
Mrs. Gertrude Marx directs the
production, with Bernard Hutner,
assistant director of the Florida
regional office of the Anti-De-
famation League, serving as
technical adviser. Steve Kessler
is musical director.
AS LOW AS
4%
INTEREST
MORTGAGE LOANS
HENRY E. WOLFF CO.
The Showcase of Good Food
The GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
Wor
varh
1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEA(S
COLORED MAIDS
GOOD DAY WORKERS S5
High School Girls
Nurse Maid Jobs S15 Weekly
ACE EMPLOYMENT
127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619
High Holiday Ticket
Committee Appointed
David Whitman, president of
Congregation Beth Jacob, has an-
nounced the appointment of a
committee to assist in the sale
of tickets for the High Holidays
& ving with Whitman, who is
chairman of the committee, are
ph Cohen, Louis Feder, Ben
Fox, Harry Sonx. Saul Genet, A.
J. Safra, Mai Englander, Philip
Schonkman and Marcie Liberman.
Membei < of committee will se1'
tickets daily from 9 a.m. to 9
p.m.. excepting Sabbath.
I'ioiiwr Worn.-ii
Plan Program
I A program to be presented bv
the Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach on Sunday,
August 20. at 8 p.m. at the Labor
Lvceum. 25 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach, will benefit the
Child Rescue Fund, according to
Mrs. Lena Mintzes. president.
A one-act play, "A Day in
! Israel." nn Israeli movie, com-
munity singing and refreshments
are on the agenda.
I .iiii.ii ;i Chapter
To Hold Picnic
Tamara Chapter of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization will spon-
sor a picnic on Sunday. August
13. at 11:30 a.m. at the home of
Benjamin Adler, 853 Sunset Dr.,
South Miami.
A barbecue lunch will be served
at nominal prices and swimming
and entertainment will he offered
Reservations may be obtained bv
calling 83-6885 or 86-8954.
| Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Israel Slotsky. Assisting her are
the Mesdames Jack Kane. Philip
Bloom. Albert Rosen. Seymour
Polin. Sam Shugar, Alfred M.
Swartz. Irving Lecy, A. Louis
I MechlowitZ, Miss Lillian B
and Miss Evelyn Goldhammer,
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470 UNCOIN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLA
PHONE 5-2978 /
Qjim QTimemidimk
Cleaners To Meet
A meeting of the Independent
Association will
be held Monday. August 14, at
8:30 p.m. at Carpenter's t n
Hall. 47 N.W. 3rd St.. according
to Emanuel Lowe, chairman.
Recently chartered, the organ-
ization plans to aid retail dry
cleaning agencies in their deal-
ings with wholesalers and con-
sumers.
Afore than half a century of experience in!
meeting Jewish religious requirements as-
sures the perfection of every detail of ourj
service to the Jewish family.
The success of the RIVERSIDE organizatiot\
reflects the confidence and friendship o< m\
families whom we have faithfully servei-l
| \| taste
ROKEACH
BORSCHT

TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Oi.thbut.d by Palm Ctributor., .nc. 14 N.E. Mth St., Mi.mi Phone
6866
Mil
West Plagler & 20th Ave
Phone:
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1236 Washington Ave.
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*' Jewisii fforidisin
PAGE THREE
|ch Y Nursery School Registration
Commence On September 1
Miami Beach YM and WHA
School will commence
(lion September 1, it was
red by Mrs. Isidore B.
fttz, chairman of the
School Committee.
ling September 25, the
licensed by the State Wel-
Joard, goes into its third
ider the direction of Mrs.
[Bernstein.
i-profit project, the school
ted to meet the needs of
between the ages of 3
Limited to 60 children,
the supervision of six
teachers, the all-day ses-
cgin at 9 a.m. and end at
with a special half-day
program for those parents
efer this arrangement for
hildren.
I program includes outdoor
lound activity, indoor play-
lusic, art. dramatics, danc-
Jjps to local points of in-
festival and holiday cele-
cif American and Jewish
, gardening, baking,
Joking, etc.
ling pediatricians in the
jnitv serve as consultants to
fchool, while the County
>U* Yiddish
|m!n To Open
iwo Yiddish schools of the
yen's Circle, located at 25
iKton Ave., Miami Beach,
|45 S.W. 3rd St., Miami, will
,m Tuesday, September 5.
chools' curricula will in-
I s in the reading, writ-
id speaking of Yiddish,
literature. Jewish history,
eaning of the Jewish holi-
J' wish folksongs and pro-
In addition, there will be
burricular activities.
Lusavin, who has directed
Ben's Circle schools in
cities throughout the
for the past 27 years, will
^harge of the local schools,
jthor of numerous text-
iLa-iivin plans to organize
n; -ti achers association, es-
ses for adults and give
es of lecture^ on various
rv and historical subjects.
Lasavin will conduct the
Health Department Nurse ex-
amines children regularly and is
on emergency call at all times.
Mother Of Mjamian
Dies In Detroit At 73
Mrs, Sadie Rothstein, 73, passed
away on July 26 at her home in
Detroit, Mich., after a brief ill-
ness. Prior to 1945, Mrs. Roth-
stein, widow of the late Louis
Rothstein, had been an annual
winter visitor at the home of her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Kotkin, 1451 S.W. 5th
St.
While in Miami, Mrs. Rothstein
was active in the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation and the
Dade County Chapter of the
American Red Cross. In Detroit,
she spent much of her time in
communal work.
Beside Mrs. Kotkin, Mrs. Roth-
stein is survived by four daughters
and three sons, including Mrs.
Morse Bindorf, Mrs. Saul Berk-
ower, Mrs. Leona Feinberg, De-
troit: Mrs. Joseph Rosenblum,
Great Neck, N. Y.; Oscar and
Harold Rothstein, Detroit: Carl
Rothstein, Los Angeles. She also
leaves eight grandchildren and
two great grandchildren.
Louis Weinkle
Dies At Age Of 86
Louis Weinkle, 86, retired mer-
chant and philanthropist, passed
away Monday night. He lived at
622 15th St., Miami Beach.
Mr. Weinkle was the father of
a large and illustrious family
which includes doctors and op-
Beach Women Plan Breakfast
The Miami Beach B'nai B'rith| select a member whom they con-
Women are already hard at work
on their "Tops in Our Town"
breakfast, scheduled for Tuesday,
OctobeT 10.
Co-chairmen of the fall event
are Mrs. Milton Weinkle and Mrs.
Joseph Oritt. Their aides include
Mrs. Sam Nudelman and Mrs.
Arthur Frishman.
Letters have been sent to all
organizations requesting them to
sider "Tops in Our Town."
Judges will be Mayors Harold
Turk, William Wolfarth and W.
Keith Phillips. Prizes will include
a two-day trip to Havana,
courtesy of Farr Tours: a week-
end for two at the Delano Hotel,
courtesy of Charles Goldberg;
and a one-day trip to Butlin's.
All flowers will be donated by
Pansy Flaum.

Louis Weinkle
erators
and
Person Sought
The Miami Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
is seeking Max (Marcus) Glass,
born in Rogasen, Provinz Posen,
Germany, and his son, Walter, a
lawyer, both thought to be resid-
ing in Florida. The search is
being made in behalf of Prof. Joe
Glash, a nephew, who recently
arrived from Shanghai, China,
and is now residing at c'o Jack
Lorber, 149 Linden Ave., Irving-
ton, N. J.
Anyone who knows their
present whereabouts is asked to
call the council office at.3-6554.
Holiday Services
To Be Held At
Hebrew Aeademy
High Holiday
services will be
held at the Hebrew Academy, 6th
St. and Jefferson Ave., Miami
ihool group and coach the i Beach,
i in choral singing. ^ Cantor Lester Rhine, who be-
of Carl's Markets
Weinkle's Liquor Stores.
Active in Jewish activities for
a number of years, he was a
member of Beth David Congrega-
tion and the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
Survivors include eight sons,
Leo H, Asheville, N. C, Jack,
Atlanta, and Dr. Barney, Dr.
Isaac, Sol, Mose, Carl and Aaron
Weinkle, all of Miami: one
daughter, Mrs. Leo A. Chaikin,
Miami, 13 grandchildren; 15 great
grandchildren; and three sisters,
Mrs. Daisy Segal, Mrs. Dora
Wilensky and Mrs. Fannie New-
man, all of Jacksonville.
Funeral services took place
Thursday morning at Beth
David with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating. Interment was in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery. Arrangements
were in charge of Gordon Funeral
Home.
listration will be held on
(esdays from 8 to 10 p.m. at
i and Thursday from 8 to
in the city.
stration Scheduled
I ':on for the 1950-51
i the Hebrew school con-
by the Miami Hebrew
bl and Congregation will be
gan his cantorial career at the
age of 12 and has been associated
with many outstanding congrega-
tions in New York, will chant
the services.
Services will be held on the
following dates: Slichos. Septem-
ber 2, 11:45 p.m.; Rosh Hashona,
Monday evening, Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 11, 12 and
13; Yom Kippur, Wednesday eve-
ning and all day Thursday,
The average under-water en-
durance of pearl divers is from
50 to 80 seconds.
in the school building, 1101 September 20 and 21.
** JSkJStJFTilSSl Tickets for the High Holidays
are "now available at the Hebrew
Academy.
|esday and Thursday, August
and 17, from 10 a.m. to
Don Rabbi Simon April,
ual leader of the ongrega-
and head of the school, has
kneed
30-40 Club Meeting
The 30-40 Social Club of the
ldren from six years of age Miami Beach Y will meet Mon-
day, August 14, at 8:30 p.m. at
the Y, according to Mrs. Joe
Mooney, president. Mrs. Mooney
has issued an invitation to all
people between these ages who
wish to make new friends.
[enroll. The curriculum is
the supervision of the
Bu of Jewish Education of
ler Miami.
pday school registration will
bid in September.
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* Jewish Fhridfew
FRIDAY, AUGUST
1.U
EDITORIAL
Savior Of Hungarian Jewry
Lost week there passed away in Switzerland at
the aqe of 67 a man who might well be called
the savior of Hungarian Jewry.
He was Saly Mayer, a Swiss-Jewish business-
man whose skilled tactics of delay in negotiating
with the murderous Nazis during World War II
for the ransom of two hundred thousand Hun-
garian Jews saved these Jews, about half of the
pre-war Jewish community in that country, from
death in extermination camps.
Mayor, who was JDC's director of operations in
Switzerland during the war, directed a wartime
rescue network in behalf of Jews imprisoned in
Hitler's Europe, a wcrk of saving human lives
the details cf wh;ch sound almost fabulous. A
i man who could have retired to a leisurely
. Mayer worked day and night without .he
slightest thought of reward of any kind in this
.:' effort to rescue Jews from the death trap
the Nazis had laid for them. He even spent much
lis own money in this noblest of undertakings,
he always referred to himself as "Keeper of
Other People's Money." When the war ended,
the two hundred thousand Hungarian Jews were
still alive, thanks to Mayer's efforts and to the
efforts of another heroic businessman, Raoul
Wcllenburg, a Swedish non-Jew who, working
inside Budapest, fed the Jews with funds provided
by the JDC through the War Refugee Board.
Of Saly Mayer, Edward M. M. Warburg, JDC
chairman has well said:
"He believed inplicitly that it was the duty of
all to be their brother's keeper, and he fulfilled
that belief in a manner equalled by few men in
his time."
"A BAD BLOT"
In a former generation Mayer would have been
called a "tsadik," a saintly person. We of this
generation whose fate it has been to witness so
much viciousness and brutality in our contem-
l)inquivtina Report
The American Jewish Congress, through it
mission on law and social action, reports th C'
past two decades witnessed a fifty per ""f
cline in the enrollment of Jewish studer*' *"
medical schools throughout the country.
Since figures tell the story in bolder siqnifia
than words, it is pertinent to point out that
the year 1936 showed a record of 21.5 per ct
Jewish graduates from medical schools, the!
bined figures of 1937-1939 showed a percen
of 15.8 while the years 1942-1946 showed a dft
to 10.3 per cent. One need not be a mathema
genius to conclude that if this decline i
unchecked it will not take long before the row
profession will be "Judenrein."
The situation stems from a vicious antij
quota system which arbitrarily rejects qualif.
tions for race and religion, a system which is
un-American as it is vicious. From the lcng iQ
point of view the evil may in the end be,
mounted by education and inter-faith moveme
But the problem is one of immediate urgency <_
its solution cannot be postponed for the centmjj
The idea of distinct, even if non-secta
Jewish professional schools does not appeal t
But we ar beginning to wonder whether,
the circumstances, the time isn't ripe for J
leadership to begin thinking in different terms,
porary world should be heartened by
that there lived among us this man who up
sc splendidly the great Jewish tradition of i
of love for one's fellow-men. Let us hold
memory green!
Our UN Newsletter
Rv DAVID NUSSBAUM
LAKE SUCCESS The official
m ol most ol the world's
g vernments to the decision und ]
despatch with which the United
ns. under the leadership of
'nited Slati responded
to aggression in Korea is one ofj
hearty welcome. Despite the
anxiety that has developed since
over the ineffectiveness to date,
of American and UN military |
torcea on the peninsula, the
demonstration that the world or-1
ganization could institute rapid!
enforcement actionthrow troops
into the field, organize a global!
supply force and carry out a
determined military campaign
came as a heady surprise and
brought a sense of profound re-
lief.
But behind this public reaction.
': re has been a note of skep-
ticism or at least of healthy
questioning in a good many
chancellories It is the business
of chancellories to peer deep into
decisive events and seek out all
the implicati ins and effects that
are relevant it home. In the case
of Korea, no government 1 ji a
greater concern in at least one
question raised by the Korean
police action than Israel.
That question is whether Korea
can be realistically regarded as
establishing a UN precedent.
What, in other words, does the
Korean action mean for the
future? Can the UN' be depended
on now to leap up at the sound
of a warning signal from any-
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where and no matter whose ox
is being gored?
The Soviet Union has a tradi-
tional complaint against the
American-led majority of the UN
Security Council. The Council, the
Soviets say. never makes a real
effort to pacify a dispute or to
halt fighting unless the antagonist
is the Soviet Union or some other
Communist government. As Israel
(and the Indonesians) know-
better than anyone, this complaint
reflects an unhappy fact of UN
history. While the Security Coun-
cil pressed with admirable de-
termination the Iranian case
against the USSR back in 1946
and, four years later, the Ameri-
can case against the North Ko-
reans, its response to the outbreak
of hostilities in Palestine. Kash-
mir and Indonesia was character-
ized by a sudden rash of inde-
cision, bordering on impotence.
It can readily be seen whv
Israel has a special interest in
developing this point to the full.
It is not simply because Israel
became the major victim of the
ox theory of police action followed
to date bv the Security Council,
but particularly because it still
considers itself threatened bv its
neighbors. For Israel, therefore,
an accurate appraisal of the Ko-
rean enforcement action in terms
ot possible future threats to the
peace is a matter of utmost im-
portance.
The picture from this point of
view is anything but encouraging.
First, there is the fact that the
forceful response to the aggression
in Korea does not actuallv set a
precedent. It is now new for the
Councilor its Western majority,
at leastto apply itself with
firmness and despatch to a dis-
pute that involves Communists.
Aside from Iran, only Soviet
vetoes and delaying tactics slowed
down the Council's action in
Greece during the civil war there.
On the contrary, it was the ma-
jority's slow-down tactics that
prevented swift and effective ac-
tion in Palestine, Indonesia and
Kashmir, where there was no
Question of Communist involve-
ment.
Secondly, there is nothing in
the manner in which the police
action in Korea was instituted
that lends encouragement to the
view that from now on the Coun-
cil can be depended on to enforce
cease-fire orders and impose a
restoration of order.
From the beginning of the
Korean crisis, the United States
Merchants Protest
Against Rationing
(Continued from Page 1)
alternative," Mrs. Myerson added.
| "Either to absorb the immigrants
| on whom we have to spend all
! foreign currency, or to live in
luxury." Premier David Ben
Gu: ion was scheduled to address
the evening session of the Knesset
on the same subject.
Meanwhile, a huge protest
meeting took place here arranged
by the Merchants Association and
addressed by its president. A.
Bernstein, as well as by members
i ei parliament. Mr. Bernstein said'
that the association "will seek to '
j establish a World League of Jew-
ish Merchants to defend private
initiative in Israel." Speakers for
the Religious Bloc told the crowd
1 that members of the Bloc in
i parliament will not vote for the
i rationing law in its present form.
-------------------^----------,
has hardly attempted to conceal j
; that it was acting more in the',
i interests of its own established
I foreign policy, rather than on the
j basis of principal. American lead-
| era have identified the action in I
Korea frankly as an anti-Corn- ;
munist war. not merely a cam-'
paign against aggression. Hence, i
I many observers have analyzed!
the American tactics as anap-,
plication of the State Depart-
ment's three-year old contain-
ment of communism policy,
which, although bringing about
an anti-aggression action on the
part of the UN int his particular
case, carries no implication for
luture cases that might have no
communist aspect.
| What is especially noted in this
connection is that the American
I reaction to the North Korean as-
sault was not merely swift. It
, was even more prompt than that.'
; It was so prompt that the Security
Council was left behind bv several
; >urs. American air and naval
, forces were already in action bv
directive of President Truman oh
the morning of June 27. well be-
I fore the Council gathered that :
i afternoon at 3:15 to adopt an
, American proposal that armed
I forces be put into the field. That
such super-anxiety to restore;
I peace and security springs from
principal rather than policy is re-
| garded with some skepticism bv
, those for wh/.m skepticism is a
necessary attribute.
' ,kK.'luhese reasons 't can be said
that those charged with the de-
. fense of Israel's territory are not
I at this stage inclined to take anv
future Security Council action
| for granted and can therefore be
! depended upon to continue the
| building of an Israel defense force
I that can defend itself-just as if
neverKCe a,ctl0Vn Korea had
never been launched.
Enrollment Of Jewish Students In
Medical Schools Down 50 Percent
NEW YORK. (JTA) Enroll-
ment of Jewish students in Amer-
ican medical schools has dropped
50 percent in the past 20 years.
the American Jewish Congress
reported in disclosing the find-
ings of a study by its Commission
on Law and Social Action. De-
scribing its estimate of a 50 per-
cent drop as "possibly conserva-
tive," the AJC attributed the
decline to the prevalence of a
quota system based on the "con-
cept of racial and religious group
acceptance in direct proportion to
the general population."
The congress study is based on
an analysis of surveys by its own
staff and by various other grouDS
and individuals covering the
period 1925-50. The decline has
been extremely sharp in the past
15 years. "It has become obvious
during the- last 15 years," the
document states, "that this marked
differential between the treat-
ment of Jewish and non-Jewish
applicants by medical school ad-
mission committees throughout
the country is due to 'quott
thinking.' With the number of ap-
plications increasing approxi-
mately 14 times between 1920 and
1950 while the number of avail-
able places in medical schools
remained constant, 'rough quotas'
became the rule of most of these
admission committees. Asari
; the number of Jews admitted
| medical schools was arbiksj
; limited with little regard for
qualifications of the excluded
plicant."
The dim prospects for thtJn-
. ish applicant to gain adam
I to medical schools are cirftonr'i
: by the fact that althou^A to*,
i students from New York Cirj
I more likely to be accepted
I New York City medical schotlj
than anywhere else in the ci
try, the New York institu
also practice quota discriminai
Although halt of all Jewish me*
cal students in the country
New York City residents,
York City medical schools IN
commodate less than one-foini]
if Jewish medical students.
"Indeed, our study indicia!
hat the New York City schooil
-nay have been the initiators til
the quota system," the CunfWl
said. "A study made by the Coa-j
mission on Law and Social Aiti|
of the Congress shows that ap-l
proximately 45 percent o! m
2,439 students who were admitwl
in the years 1921-25 in NewYonl
City were Jewish and that ol I
3,351 who were admitted ia *1
years 1941-45, only 25 perceS|
were Jewish.
1
1
i
\
1
1
(
llrilisli War Secretary To Inspect
Troops Stationed In Middle Kast
T.ONnOM HT4I *;i___l
ment. Col. Amery said: "The ma-
terial and strategic reasons ("I
Israel's Duilding up of a ti
LONDON (JTA) Michael
Stewart, Parliamentary Under-
secretary of War, left here this
week for a two-week tour of in-
spection of British troops sta
tinned in the Middle East. An'cooS^e^St*lst f
up
j cooperative system in that ptfl
* of the world are, or should
-" Ik I
'"^Fit I Jna&as**
tog*11
tuf
,-el-
A hroarl hir.. V .u o t' Daek l those relations ol mum-
Foreign Offi<5 n. L'^k ,B,ntlsh cooperation in promoting the f
h^shikS ,^.h? rmg fare of the whole Middle M
giveni thW P*inw ^aKUfe W8S'which underlay the imaginati*
Colonial Minimi i by fAolmer I statesmanship of men like f*
Loionial Minister Leopold Amery four j lnvrl ,,. Lord Mill*
pendency" between Israel ~A I S?. !n 1948 .dn.d. VV the mo*
Jordan. He reported that both
states are willing to come to
terms, "but the obstacle so far
has been the Arab League and
the widespread belief-one can
only hope it is a mistaken belief
h.n C ',ish government has
been anxious somehow to keep
n,il,essent'ally unreal and a>"t.-
t't.al organization in being."
M,drSTeSFni,tlJenecessit>' for Joint
Middle East defense and develop-
bitter feeling, memories -
comradeship in war and ge"u"*
admiration for our methods nw
for a real eagerness to ren
close relations." ,.
Col. Amery concluded^^
pressing the belief that notn"*
would be more warmly welc"
in Israel than an offer of a '
places at our three staff coli
and other service and techno
and other service
establishments."


)AY. AUGUST 11. 1950
*.knisli fhrridfimr
PAGE FIVE
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JEWS IN SPORTS
aoacg
By HASKELL COHEN
Knescth Israel Hebrew Schfl Now
Affiliated With Mizraehi Unit
ections for the Third Macca-
which will be held in Israel
this fall are slow in coming
the committee. Charles S.
located at 10 Chatham
em\
First Hebrew school in Florida
to be affiliated with the Mizrachi
National Education Committee,
which serves traditional schools
throughout the United States and
Israel with ct"*Hcula and text
books, will be established by
Top Nazi Seized
MUNICH (WNS)-A top Nazi
war criminal. Professor Heinrich
Platza, who was honored by
Hitler for having killed thousands
Berezney, who later went to Ford-
ham, you remember, and a lot of x .
others that big and that Bjrong. j khese'th"israeT Congelation on
I was almost as tall as I am now. Monday. September 4, according
and I weighed 135 pounds. So 1 to an announcement by Rabbi
Bie. New York City, is the:didnt play football." Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader.
yurer and reports that the When Wittenberg graduated, his Also announced was the ap-
hss a long wayto go people moved to New York nd pointment of David J. Gorlin as
L, gathering toe $60 000 re- he entered City College. At City, the synagogue's Hebrew instructor
I, I to send fifty aUlle'S tojhe went out for- the team ... and youth director. Gorlin. who
L unes. Anybody interested in -thp cneSj. team T not only made is a gl.aduatc of Mesivta Rabbi
amount from
250.000 Students Attend
Jerusalem Meet
JERUSALEM (JTA)Approx- I 0f Jews in concentration camps
imately 250,000 Jewish students ^ through injecing poison into the
from all parts of the world, in- ; vcins of his victims, was ai r<-;
eluding the United States and by German police here after
Israel, are represented at the 10th five-year search,
world congress of the World Fed- The darling of the Nazi rac.
oration of Jewish Students which piatza served the Hitler cau.-e by
opened here last week popular articles on the
The five-day session of the or- '
ganization hopes to. establish inferiority oi non-Germanic i
wider contacts among Jewish and advocating the liquidation il
, the meantime, several people j ercise. He became interested lniwn] be the kindergarten foi
Brularly interested in basket- watching the wrestling team at children between the ages of foui
1 have set up a sub-committee, | practice, even though he knew and six. The kindergarten pro-
Miall group, which is going nothing about that sport and h;>d grarn wjh include Hebrew his-
i to gather the necessary j never thought about it before in tory, bible, laws and customs.
In the near future, the relation to himself. .music and arts and crafts. Kinder-
fa jttee nroDoses to stage two "I continued with mv chess, of' garten classes will be held from' ings to the parley,
basketball games at the Con-( course." he confides, "but wrestl- 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. daily.
. Speakers at the \ pen-
ing session included Zalman
Shazar, Israel Minister for Edu-
cation, and Berl Locker, chair-
man of the Jewish Agency execu-
tive here. Premier David Ber.
Gurion sent a message of greet-
and Grossinger Hotels in the
Entains between members of
,! wish Olympic basketball
The hoop committee hopes
I together enough money to
\r the passage for the basket-
squad, and in addition he-
's it can gather sufficient
Lev to cover the transoortation I kids in this town.
ing held an increasing interest for | The kindergarten will be under
me. Finally, I won my letter. Not the direction of Mrs. David J.
in wrestling ... in chess." ; Gorlin, who graduated from the
When Henry got out of college, Herzeliah High School and at-
he wanted to make a place for i tended the Jewish Theological
himself in the field in which he Seminary of America and Brook-
was most interest: social work, lyn College. She also took special
with emphasis on the restless courses in physical and mental
, for some of the other corn-
ers in track and field, swim-
and wrestling.
faking of wrestling, we can't
but think of the Jewish
(tier. Henrv Wittenberg, who
Ibe going over with the Olym-
Vquad. Henry is five feet, ten
es tall. He has that Max Baer
around the shoulders. Dark
dark eyes, winner of nearly
hundred matches, and seven
national champion at
hits ranging from 175 pounds
jl, which is an A.A.U. record
dopes to break, as well as
npic champion at 191 pounds
jndon in 1948that's it in a
bell.
Dickenson High School.
hygiene for pre-school and ele-
He wanted to get into the hieh mentary school children at the
schools as a teacher, thinking this I Long Island University School, ol
would be an excellent place to | Nursing. Mrs. Gorlin also had
s'qrt building fundamentals and
forming habits and customs which
might help him in his work later
on. When the Examination for the
Police Department came up he
took it because he thought it
would give him a background in
special instruction in piano and
group singing.
Hebrew school will meet from
3:30 to 6:30 p.m. daily.
as to provide "lebensraum"
the Germans.
Plat/a is reported to have lived
in hiding, under forged indent -
fication documents, in a
German village, where he pj -
occupied himself with bee raising.
1,900 Jews In Shanghai
NEW YORK (WNS) The
civil service examination ... he. shanghai. China office of HIAS
took i he passed it. reported this week to New York
He started walking his beat as
a patrolman. He drove a car for
a sergeant. He worked with PAL
headquarters about 1.900 Jews
still remain in that city and that
770 of these are European refu-
Arthur Wallander who was police gees wno escaped Nazi persecu-
comnvssioner at that time, and tion by fieeing to Shanghai,
got himself a position as a de-1
tective. third grade. When Wal- i-----------------------------------------
lander formed the Police Sports He coached the team but a]so
Wittenberg was generally I Club a competitive group com- I wrestled in the tournaments. In
d in sports, he would posed of policemen. Witt*-v-.. hig spa].e time whkh |g scarce
1st
liked to have played foot-
"But out in our school we
fellows like Franco and
became what you might call the nowaday8> he' wrestles and
playing coach of the policeman s
wrestling team.
fnai B'rith Leaders To Outline Plans
r Membership Campaign On Aug. 21
nai B'rith leaders fromi ._, .,
Ishington, D. C. District No. 5.! the Greater Miami area, the cam-
all of South Florida will 1 pajgn wl1} be augmented by
ler here on Monday, August lodges and women s chapters in
at the Saxony Hotel to plan Hollywood. Ft. Lauderdale and
biggest membership campaign | west Palm Beach.
J'nai B'rith history, it has been George J. Bertman, council
mnced by South Florida' president, and Mrs. Nathan
nbership chairman, George J.
lianoff.
^mong the officials who will
livene with key workers are
ert Elkes. assistant national
nbership director; Dr. William
kxler, district membership com-
ssioner and immediate past
fcsident of the district; and
uus Fisher, district secretary.
kes will fly here from B'nai
lith supreme lodge headquarters
: Washington. D. C, to outline
Ins foi the "National Roll Call."
bensus-year drive to enroll all
Irish families in communities
coast-to-coast.
5P
Bloom, head of the women's units,
will preside over the meeting
scheduled for 8 p.m. in the King
Arthur Room of the Saxony
Hotel.
Drive chairmen and other work-
ers will attend the planning
session, it is announced by
Charles R. Jacobson, council di-
rector, and the "Past Presidents'
Club" comprised of all former
B'nai B'rith presidents, will be
appointed to positions of import-
ance in the drive.
The national campaign will be
launched officially on October 13,
108th anniversary of the founding
coaches for the West Side YMCA.
He does all this between tours of
duty out of West Thirtieth St.
It's a mystery how he keeps fit,
or is it?

Marvin Rotblatt. former Uni-
versity of Illinois pitcher, is mak-
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to reach the big leagues. At the
latest writing, he was boasting an
average of 14 games won against
six games lost which means that
he definitely will be brought back
bv the White Sox for another
trial this fall.
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* Jewish fhrkJkui
FRIDAY, AUGUST
Israeli Newsletter
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the
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ending them. Remedial measures
such as unification have been so
far resisted successfully by the
inter-urban lines, which do not
fear stronger municipal control
Now attempts are being made to
play one ground of coops against
the" other and thus impose some
-are ol effective government
supervision as to technical ar-
rangements and fares. Despite the
fact that rates are subject to gov-
ernment and city approval, all
involved admit that cost
computation is mostly a mattei >i
work, as statistics do not
. to the several re-
call cooperatives whose
. bined fleets amount to little
usand bust.-.
N thing has materialized about
tor thi
ne 1 nd tax hi :h i -
event overcrowding
in 1 to the detriment of
calities. While the gov-

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nd the
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been 'oncession for
thi i ft
:.'

n trucks organized
con-
freight, one
group uniting the hundreds of
lorries belonging to Kibbutzim.
With the increase in railway haul-
age all had to reduce their ex-
cessive rates.
Rumors of readiness on the part
of foreign investors to finance the
further expansion of the Israel
transport field have died down.
The sale of cars brought by tour-
ists allegedly for their own use,
which proved a fruitful source
of illegal currency transactions,
is now possible only through a
government agency which allots
them according to a priority list.
Attempts have been made to pur-
buses in Britain and
Sweden on credit or through
Jewish capital in these countries,
but so far only in negligible
quantities. Tke fcw n,
f.nanced by the A^N
are late in arriving anrf
fice to replace ZrT\
2A7l12h4e fnd "2*8
27.124 licensed motor veL
eluding six thousand mo,7
as against 20.000 last An,
consumption of sas r "*
by 40 percent, all 0f it,
in foreign exchange.
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AUGUST 11. 1950
+Jewlst>n>rkUar>
PAGE SEVE3*
i
apitol Spotlight
Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
| -; ;TONIsrael may be
ally herself openly with
|t( rn democracies if she
; American munitions.
h the threat of re-
with the West there will be little
hope of building up her defenses.
And if these defenses are not
strengthened the Arabs may be
tempted to exploit the global eon-
cession and grave fusion by a sneak attack on Israel
problems, t Israel has) Undoubtedly, there is much
sentiment within Mapai, the pro-
western party now in the saddle.
for an alliance with the west.
There is also a national conscious-
ness of what such an alliance
would mean to the hopes of hun-
dreds of thousands of Jews who
are in Iron Curtain countries
waiting to emigrate to Israef The i
Romanians are already broadcast-
ing violent attacks on Israel Pre-
mier Ben Gurion and Zionism.
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett
has also been severely criticized
by the Reds.
Will the Arabs also be put on
the spot or will the west continue
its historic appeasement of the ]
Arab opportunists? Egypt, a
member of the U.N. Security
Council, wavered in supporting!
U.N. action on Korea. It is the
Arab habit to avoid world con-
flicts but to swarm in like the ;
vulture to join the winning side
after loser is mortally wounded.
Arab defection during World
War II. despite the White Paper ;
and other appeasement gestures,
almost cost the Allies the Near
East. Pro-Axis forces rebelled in
Iraq. The Egyptians hindered the
British war effort. Syrians showed
little inclination to aid the Free
French against the Vichv forces.
Soviet offensive. Tney(Tne Grand Mufti went to Berlin.
ended, avowedly, to es-. The Arab staU,s have iearne balance of power be- | through experience that defection
ael and the Arabs, the pavs Tho Arabs remain faithful
| is that the U.S. has only ,0 ,heil. tl.adition of unLuth-
.rized no important fulncsSi yet the western powers
I. ,i arms to Israel. On c(intinlu, trying to buy goodwill
hand, the AraM, through appeasement.
[h of her own. A
Ion irtion of Israelis suf-
1 |y from World War H.
. ;:ying to rebuild their
. There is in Israel
i [or peace and non-
n with either of the
1 blocsa desire to
aceful Swiss.
ever, was quick to
. the immorality of Com-
ression in Korea. Hav-
ted aggression from
. Israel knew the
I I irmly supported the
Nations resolutions de-
the North Korean
. ,. is little doubt that
.aid vigorously oppose
munist attack on her
But whether little Is-
n position to openly
d defy Russia is another
ps poured into Ko-
ton reviewed its
commitments. Some-
ailed the Three Powei
(U.S.. England and
irhich promised to pro-
i Israel and the Arabs
pte -vcurity and "stabili-
se Near East. The State
nly admitted that
i would be of little use
Both David Fete
Sot For Sunday
Beth David Sisterhood will
sponsor a midsummer fiesta at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Gordon, 2201 S. Miami Ave.. on
Sunday, August 13, at 7 p.m.
Mi. 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 and entertainment in
the outdoor patio.
Reservations may be obtained
by calling the synagogue oli.ee.
9-3469; Mrs. Bert Slier. 48-2300;
Mrs. Harry Laufer, 48-8644.
Clein Is Manager Of
Southern Laundry
Hilliard Clein, who has been
in the linen supply business for
many years, is now manager of
Southern Laundry and Dry
Cleaners.
A Miamian for the past 27 years,
Clein is married to the former
Marian Scheinberg, member of a
pioneer family, and is the father
of three daughters.
Clein is also operator of Clein
Linen Service, which offers both
wholesale and retail service.

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sail
-lie ~^ar* ~ ------ i 'it. "i' -ii 11 a ,' i.- 11 n 11 l .
;spec.- Egypt., have gotten all. It would scem tnat a sounci first
I1 planes and tanks trom step to lh(, establishment of any
Engla anti-Red front in the Near East
Goninent officials ncl^| could be strong pressure on the
hat Israel and the Arab|Arabs to conciudo p,,ace treaties
ill now be Ottered arms with Israel. The Arabs have so far
Be With increased Amen- : refused even to enter into ne-
ts to contain Communism g0tiations for peace. They have
l",e?'.nug. fUSL*!!!!}.,!? continued undermining the se-
curity and stability of the area
by provoking border incidents, by
boycotting Israel, blocking the
Suez Canal, and the stoppage of
the oil flow through the pipelines
to Haifa. Under these present
circumstances any reliance on a
Near Eastern buffer would be
highly optimistic.
The lata S Sgt. Isadore S. |
Jachman, of Baltimore, a post- \
humous recipient of the nation's
highest award for combat gallan- ,
try. th> Mccal of Honor. Sgt. I
Jechman, who lost his life in'
action January 4, 1945. in Belgium, I
is the second American Jew to |
receive Honor Medal for World
War II service, it is reported by i
National Jewish Welfare Board
(JWB), which compiled record of,
American Jewish participation in
both World Wars. JWB is cur-
rently engaged in war records
work in connection with Koreen
combat. Other American Jewish
Medal of Honor winner was the
late Lt. Raymond Zussman. of
Detroit.
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with the natural tang of
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Httf'i thf kind of bori Ot homeor in tho uionlific homt kitchens o* ho
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ing-di*nH go into Manitch#witi Boncht Ihat'i why,
ciromrd of plain, it's to rt*fthing. to nowriihing,
th thol wonderful homt-modo lat and goodntttf
delicious with Tam Tam crackers
irity of the western world,
rountry declines participa-
such an arrangement
must naturally save our
or our allies. Therefore,
nay be faced with two
Itives: 1. Joining a western
and getting arms, or 2.
neutrality but getting
.le munitions continue
into the Arab states.
mmediacy of the Red
to the Near East is con-
fer. Iran is a number
area. Many strategists
i that the Near East
[; nve impossible to defend.
shipments to Iran and
have been stepped up. M
. and there is every in-
|i America would actively
a Red movement any-
in the vicinity.
irently Israel feels the
f renewed Arab aggres-
more imminent than any
attackwithout minimiz-
nger of a Red push.
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PAGE EIGHT
Miss Bernstein
To Attend Meet
Bi rnsti first
nt-elect of the Miami
\v
Division f >'
j ... tion's

in Ni Y rk City
aust 20 to 22 thi pter"s
"
She will leave M >n Satur-
E '..: Lines
tion 1 visit Mr. and Mrs.
. Lev..- in Washing! >n. D. C.
Lewis is elel
n tings
porl fficial
thi A: my Chaplains
Wi : Id War II.
.'...... Bi rn :.
:. to New York City to at-,
the Hadassah conclave. She
. attend ; planning
ill be the
m and i ication i hairn an for
1950-1951 term.
ng the convention, she
I visit 1 and I riends be-
returning to Miami with her
c nvention report.
vJewisti florid for
'ersonolly Speaking ...
Mrs. Leo Eisenstein. 735 14th Place. Miami Beach left for
Colorado to vis,t her parents and family. She will be there for
three weeks.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Saul R. Srole. Silver Spring, Md., announce
the birth of a son on August 2. Maternal grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Zeientz, of this city recently returned from a montn s
stay in Silver Spring.
^* ^* ^*
A reunion of two World War I vets who were buddies in
the 33rd Field Artillery took place in Miami this week when
Murray Spiro, of New York, met Herman Gordon, after a lapse
thirty-three years. Mr. Spiro is spending a vacation at the
Sens S'ouci Hotel with his family. While here they are being
entertained by the Herman Gordons who were also present
al a birthday party at the Sans Souci honoring Mrs. Spiro on
Tuesdcv.
+ *
Mrs. Fredc Rappaport recently returned from Pittsburah, Pa.,
where she attended the wedding of her niece. Miss Marion
Greenwald. to Michael Shapiro. The newlyweds are Honey-
mooning at the Shore Club Hotei, Miami Beach.
* *
After a month's vacation in the North, Rabbi and Mrs. Philip
Fried and their family are back in Miami. Rabbi Fried is spiritual
leader ci the North Shore Jewish Center.
* *
tationing in Hendersonville. N. C, are Rabbi and Mrs.
Jacob J. Honig and their family. Rabbi Honig is spiritual leader
of Hollywood Jewish Community Center.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff, 3230 N.W. 7th St., have returned
to Miami after a two-month vacation, which took them to Long
Beach, N. Y., Washington, D. C, Hendersonville, N. C, Birming-
ham, Ala., and St. Petersburg.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Trau, 4574 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach,
left Monday for a vacation in the North.
* *
New arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C,
include Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Amdur and son, Steve, Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise, Mr. and Mrs. George
Goodfriend, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sudell, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Duke and daughter, Doris, Mr. and
Mrs. John Lutz, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Schreir, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
J. Manton, Jay Katz and George Richman.
* *
Miss Carol Tannen, 1725 Calais Drive, Miami Beach, recent-
ly returned from a vacation in New York City, where she visited
friends.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Pomerantz, 2732 S.W. 3rd Ave., announce
the birth of a son at Doctors' Hospital on Wednesday, Auaust
2. Mrs. Pomerantz' mother. Mrs. Joseph Mender, West New
York, N. J., arrived in Miami in time to greet her new grand-
child, and her husband has flown in for the bris. Mr. Pomerantz
is extension director of the Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
* *
The wedding of a niece and a reunion with an uncle whom
she has not seen in 44 years will highlight Mrs. Mollie Green's
visit to Metuchen, N. J. Mrs. Green, who resides -,t 1780 Mar-
seilles Drive, Miami Beach, left last weekend for the North and
wii1 return here for the High Holy Days. During her sojourn, she
wi I be the guest of her daughter.
+ -*
Over 100 persons attended the bris of Aaron H. Macouf
h took place at the heme of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Macouf, 4533 Adams Ave., Miami Beach. The baby's grand-
--:, Mr. Berkowitz, acted as sandek and Rabbi Philip Fried
officiated as mohl.
FRIDAY, AUGUST n
Miriam Kelvyn
Selects December 24
Making plans for a December
24 wedding is Miss Miriam
Kelvyn, whose betrothal to Jack
Mades. son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Mades, 4187 North Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach, has been an-
nounced by her mother. Mrs.
Sophie Kelvyn. 1150 Everglades
Concourse, Miami Beach.
The bride-elect, a graduate of |
Miami Beach High School, at-
tended DePau University and the
University of Miami and is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority.
Mr. Mades was graduated from
Miami High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami and belongs to
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. He
is associated with the Mades
Provision Co.
Engagement of two University
of Miami students. Miss Iris R.
Perlmutter and Abner Solomon,
has been announced by the bride-
elecl's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Perlmutter. 500 N.W. 31st
St. She is a senior at the uni-
versity. Her fiance, a law student
and member of Phi Epsilon Pi
fraternity, is the son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. William Solomon.
Betrothal of Miss Maxim U
Bender to Norton Segal, son !
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Segal ill
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach -1
teen announced by her pud
Mrs. Ruth Bender. 1322 S* h|
St. The wedding will take ol-il
in the fall.
Honeymooning Couple.
Are Feted By Miarnionsl
In Miami Beach for tropja
honeymoons at the Delano 1
unique Honeymooners Colo
are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bla
man of Philadelphia. Pa., andL
and Mrs. Allan B. Li >vin of l'
versity Heights. Oh: i,
While here, the Blackmanti
also being entertained by lj
Blackman's uncle and aunt. |
Joseph Levys. and are enjoyi
sightseeing trips with .tfat
f-iis'is. the Rev Levys
Blackman is the former
Irma C. Cohen, daughter ot fl
and Mrs. Abe Cohen of PhilactJ
phia. Pa.
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Jmlgil nrrirftfin
arin Reimer Becomes
4rs. Arthur Drexel
Living at 1450 Meridian Ave.,
^liami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs.
\-;)iur Drexel, whose marriage
.. place on July 14 at the home
E Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. A re-
eption in the Sherry Frontenac
Jl itel followed the ceremony.
The former Miss Karin Reimer,
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
PAGE NINE

Eva Rosner Wed To
Bernard Krausman
Miss Eva Rosner, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rosner, 2385
S.W. 26th St., became the bride
of Bernard Krausman of New
York City on July 25.
The double ring service took
place at the home of Mr. and
Personally Speaking

*
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Mrs. Arthur Drexel
t'v.nvT. New York, attended Co-
nbia University. Oswego State
Betters' College and is now at-
pding the University of Miami.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
rs Martin Drexel. 1676 Collins
tf Miami Beach, attended the
pversity of Miami and was
Bduated from the University of
lrida. He is employed by the
krida Power & Light Company
|>wing to its great depene'vnee
monsoon rains. India is
|e liable to crop failure than
other country.
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Mrs. Lloyd Marks
Lloyd Marks, Bride
Return From North
Following a wedding trip to
New York. Lloyd Stanley Marks
fnd his bride, the former Myra
Horowitz, are residing at 1035
S.W. 3rd St.
The couple exchanged vows
Julv 16 in trie home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
j Horowitz. 1338 Pennsylvania Ave..
' Miami Beach.
The bride wore a white tulle
' gown over slipper satin, a head-
| piece of white sweet peas secur-
, ing a shoulder-length veil and
carried a bible adorned with
orchids.
Miss Shirley Horowitz attended
her sister as maid of honor. Bur-
ton Stewart Marks was his
brother's best man. Thsy are the
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Marks,
901 S.W. 3rd St.
Miss Leonore Joy Tashman was
junior bridesmaid and Sheldon
I Jay Tashman served as ring
bearer.
The bridegroom received his
bachelor's degree from the Uni-
I versity of Miami and is now
i studying law there. He is a mem-
j beF of Alpha Phi Omerga frat-
I ernity. The former Miss Horowitz
' also attended the university.
Ruth Zimmerman
Betrothal Told
Betrothal of Miss Ruth Yoyce
Zimmerman to Melvin S. Rich-
ardson, son of the Alexander
Richardsons. 16 Star Island, Mi-
ami Beach, has been anounced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Zimmerman, 1015 8th St., Miami
Beach.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the University of Miami, where
she majored in psychology.
Mr. Richardson graduated from
Miami Beach High School and the
University of Florida, where he
was a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi. He is program chairman of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
and is associated with Richardson
Furniture Company.
Mrs. Bernard Krausman
Mrs. I. Leb, Miami Beach, with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiat-
ing. Attendants included Mrs.
Sidney Gubernick, matron of
honuor, and Max Rosner, brother
of the bride, who served as best
man.
For her wedding, the former
Miss Rosner chose a pink lace
dress with navy blue accessories.
The couple left immediately
after the ceremony for a New
York honeymoon and will reside
at Youngsville, N. Y.
Following a three-monlh visit with their children and grand-
children in Flushing, L. I., Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein are
back in Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lesser of West Palm Beach recently-
returned from a visit with relatives in Rome, Ga.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Gold announce the birth of a son in
Good Samaritan Hospital, West Palm Beach. The mother is
the former Marion Gold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gold,
pioneer residents of Belle Glade. She is a graduate of the
University of Miami.
* -*
Back in West Palm Beach after a visit to Worcester, Mass.,
their former home, are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sher.
+ -*
Vacationing at the Tides Hotel for the month of August are
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wald of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. Wald recently-
returned frcm Ottawa, Canada, where he attended a conference
of the World Organization of the Teaching Profession. At the
meet he was introduced to the delegates of 26 nations. Mr. Wald
is also chairman of the Mizrachi Youth Commission.
*
On Sunday, August 6, Mr. and Mrs. London celebrated the
bris of their son, Bert. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated at the
ceremony.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fishman left Sunday for Buffalo, N. Y.,
and Washington, D. C. In Buffalo, they will visit their daughter,
Mrs. Ida Powsner, and her family, and in Washinaton, their
I son, Dr. Samuel Fishman, and his family.
* *
| Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pazol, left Sunday for
Columbus and Atlanta, Ga where he will visit relatives.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Taub, 262 N.W. 41st Ave., announce
the birth of a son, Mitchell Irwin, on August 2 at Doctors'
Hospital.
* +
Mrs. Louis Zeientz attended the funeral of her sister, Mrs.
Carrie Jagy, who died in Brooklyn, N. Y., on July 19.
* -If
Vacationing in Boston are Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Issenberg,
145 S.W. 48th Ct. The Miamians were in Massachusetts for the
arrival of a new grandson, born to their daughter in Beth Israel
Hospital on July 22. They plan to return here about August 22,
following the Pidyan Haben.
Reception Scheduled
The Labor Zionist Council of
Greater Miami will sponsor a
reception in honor of the return
of Jerry Shulman from Israel on
Wednesday evening. Auus* 23. at
the Miami Beach Youth Center.
The affair will also serve as a
sendoff for Zvi Goldberg, who is
leaving for the Jewish state to
attend a seminar.
Both young men are active
members of the Greater Miami
Habonim.
The absentee ballot was first
used during the Civil War, when '
11 Union states permitted men
aosent on army duty to vote, ac- !
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Tickets for the affair may be
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Cantor Lester Rhine of New York
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. ig5o
To Recognize Israel
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Plans for a boat ride to be held
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+Jm*isitfk>H(tian
PAGE ELEVEN
Athletic Building
Will Be Erected
At Brandeis
Supplementing its recently-an-
nounced intercollegiate sports
program which will this fall bring
two-year-old Brandeis University
into athletic competition with
such schools as Harvard, Boston
College, Dartmouth and West
Point, the university has an-
nounced plans for the erection of.
the Abraham Shapiro Athletic
Building on the campus. The an-
nouncement was made by George
Alpert, Boston attorney and presi-
dent of the board of trustees of
the Waltham, Mass., institution.
Serving as a memorial to the
late philanthropist and member
i i the founding board of trustees
<>f the university, the building will
contain three basketball and two
squash courts, a remedial exercise
room, a wrestling room and steam,
locker and shower rooms. It will
be located on a newly-acquired
27-acre tract of land overlooking
the Charles River.
Shaoiro, during his lifetime re-
garded as "dean" of the New
England rubber shoe industry,
died in February 1949.
Funds for the construction of
the edifice have been made avail-
able to Brandeis by the Abraham
Shapiro Memorial Committee and
by members of the Shapiro family.
Chairman of the memorial com-
mittee, organized shortly after
Shapiro's death, is A. W. Berk-
Hnnorary chairmen are
Maurice J. Tobin, United States
Secretary of Labor, and Paul A.
Pi ver, governor of the Comtn >n-
wealth of Massachusetts. Con-
tributions to date have been re-
el ived from more than 20 states
| from California to Alabama.
The structure is expected to
[play a major role in the athletic
1 im at Brandeis. Directing
|thc athletic program at Brandeis
I is Benny Friedman, former all-
[American football star.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Tempi* israei (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath eve servlcea at 8:15 p.m.
Formal presentation of Dr. Narot to
th- -ongrricatlon. He will conduct
servlcea and preach on "My Faith
and Program."
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Friday eve. services at 7. Satin da.)
morninir services at >:80. Rabbi iioniij
will preach on the Weekly Portion of
the Law.
T'Fereih Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m.,
Saturday :30 a.m. with Mlneha at 6.
Al. residents In thai ana arc invited
in attend.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Minolta Friday 8:80. Saturday morn-
ing services 8:30 Mincha al 8, followed
hy Bhalos Seudos Maartv follows
Hally services at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45
p.m.
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Service Friday night at : Saturday
at a.m. Mincha at 6 p.m. followed
by shalos S'eudos. Services Sunday
in Thursday 8 a.m. and 8:45 p.m. All
Young Israel members In the urea are
Invited to attend.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday services at !) a.m.
North Dado Jewish Center
(Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
the Portion of the Week. Summer
courses of the rclimoun hciiuoI, luonuaj
through Friday at 9 a.m.
Heorew jicsaemy, til8 6th St..
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:30.
Saturday morning services at 9;
Mincha at 6:30 p.m. Dally services at
7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. .Sunday morn-
Ing services ai v.
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Sabbath services at 8:46 a.m. s.it-.ir-
day.
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Cantor Isaac S. Smith will offici-
ate al services Friday evening.
Sunday school classes every Sunday it
Hi- office of Dr. Wm. iioros, 855 X.W
62nd St.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
cantor.
Ai services Krl.iay ev'in th- mhhl
Will speak. Services will be held in
the Y palio.
Miami Hebrew School and Con
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 6:45.
Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
it 6:46 followed by Maarlv. Dallj
sen ic,. T:30 a m. and 6: IS p.m. Hebrew
school fn in !* a.m. to noun.
Congregation beth Tiilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening s-rviccs at 7:0(1.
5 Saturday morning at 8:30. The rabbi
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
Friday evening service at 6:45.
Saturday morning at 9. Daily services
at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Friday night services at 6: Saturday
morning at 9. Dally services at 8
a.m.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral War and 26ttr
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev
Maurice Mamches.
Friday evening services at 6:" Services Saturday morning at 9.
Saturday evening services at 6:30 p.rn
li.iiiy services at 7:30 a.m. and Mincha
and Maarlv al 8:45 p.m< Classes in
Hebrew School 10 a.m. io noon Mon-
days through Thursdays.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive
Miami Beach. Rabbi Philip Fiiad
Friday evening services al 8:13
Rabbi Fried will speak on "8hake><-
peare Was Greatly Mistaken." Satur-
day morning services al 9:30.
'
Friday evening services nt 8:15. ,
Saturday morning services at 10. j will preach. Al
HnlraiMbii ..-in
.".: 1:,
p.m. Rabbi
Jewish Center Plans
len's Athletic Nights
e athletic committee of the
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Differ the chairmanship of Abe
and Frank Rose, has
ned a men's athletic nijiht
each Wednesday during August.
Both members and non-mem-
are invited to participate in
the activities which include net
ties, calisthenics, etc. There are
available a steam bath, show-
i rs and massage.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services al 6:80 p.m.
Saturday morning services al
Mincha al 6:30, followed b> Hh
Sudos, Summer session of religious
school al p.m. daily. t
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.,
'* Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
riiu.iy evening services al 6:46
S'nturda.i rno-nlnR al 8:30. The rabbi
will speak on "The Power of Vision."
Mincha al 6:43 followed by Shalos
Balkin To Speak On Klan
Gilbert J. Balkin, director of
the Florida regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League, will he
guest speaker at the Sholem
I Lod^o. B'nai B'rith Luncheon
Club on Friday, August 11. at
12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Rest-
aurant. Balkin's subject will be
!"The KKK: Danger From With-
in."
Rackovskj will sneak, Seudos ami
Maarlv services. Daily service 7:80
a.in. followed by class in Mislma.
Mincha services at 6:4.1 followed on
Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays by
class in Laws and Customs......I on
Mondays and Wednesdays by class in
Jewish Legends of the Talmud.
Temple 13etn Snoiom tLiberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantoi
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi I eon Kronish will officiate and
deliver the sermon.
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ADL Conclave To Be "Success Of Unit Depznds On YUU
Held In Jax Sunday
B'nai B'n'li and cornmunitv
leaders throughout Florida will
meet in an all-day Anti-Del
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day. Augusl 13, the G<
tel. Ja<
at 9:30 a.m.
The nference >'>'
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burg and Sam W. Shap Mi-
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Marion Malak fl
Mr. and Mrs. Mill n S Malakoff,
735 84th St., M Beach, has
been awarded a scholarship to
Reed College. P tl n I. Oreg in.
Miss Malakoff. who is a junior.
has been very active :n college
activities, including the school
newspaper. I ''ice group
nd has worked in the public!
::.
Teen-agers discuss their problems at a conclav I held at the Miami Jewish Community Center.
LEON' KAPLAN
P ., dent. Jewish Centers
of Greater Miami
such group. It is as simple as
that!
The Jewish Centers Association
was formed as a mandate from
the community to develop a total
community service in the leisure
time field by better planning,
sharing of professional staff, shar-
Lourie Is Named To
Ministerial Rank
NEW YORKConsul General
deputy represent-
v< in Israel's Permanent Dele-
gation to the United Nations, has
:. ea advanced to the rank of
nnounced.
ceded the formation of the agency,
its purposes, aims and goals; how
it serves, whom it serves, who
does the work and how it is
This is the last of a series of financed j am gratified at the
articles designed to tell the story favorable comment that these
of a new community organization. artjcieS| written by my col-
the Jewish Centers Association of leagucs have eVoked. The pur-! fejjjj'of facUMwT^'namte budget-
Greater Miami. pose 0f this article is to tell you j ing and budgeting of man-power j
The previous articles portrayed imnnrtant vour Darticioation n an endeavor to create and
e community study that pre- now important your paruc.pauon mamtajn g we balanced, in_ ,
is in the success of this agenc> tegrated fuliy serviced and
and to invite you to do your healthy community. This job can-
share, i not be done alone by the lay-
Our task is a -difficult one and I leadership of the agency and the
j .vii professional staff. It requires the
if we are to succeed we shall interest and participation
^^..^Af^P^l^P^i.^lof the entire community. Join
with us in this most important
the
,IM Designated
To Purchase
Arab Land
The Jewish National Fund, of-
"A GOOD NAME
is more to be
treasured than riches."
Proxerbs

GORDON
FUNERAL
-HOMEi
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
1 ficial agency of the World Zionist
Organization for the purchase of
land in Israel, has been designated
by a special act of the Knesset I
as the principal body authorized I
to purchase the land holdings of
the Arabs who fled the country
during the recent Arab-Jewish
hostilities, as well as the property
belonging to enemy Germans
Under the bill just passed, the
Jewish National Fund will be en-
abled to acquire title to tracts of
land constituting the bulk of the
country's entire area, including
entire towns and villages. Not
more than 100.000 dunams of
urban property may. according to
the provisions of the bill, be sola
to private buyers. The action of
the Knesset puts -an end to the
current talk about Israel's plans
, to seize the Arab land without
due compensation.
as many people in our community
as will join with us in insuring
the success of our effort. The ,
Jewish Centers Association will
provide a constructive program
of Jewish living in our commun-
ity and by bringing together in
its program people of all back-
grounds and opinions it will make
a tremendously important con-
tribution to community unity.
Everyone has a stake in what
happens through this program
one of social, recreational and
educational activities that serves
all members of the family from
nursery school age through the
golden age. This program is well
rounded and diversified and
offers you ample opportunity to
join in as a participant and on
the leadership level.
All that is involved in joining
and participating is a desire to
serve yourself and your communi-
work, therapeutic in its nature,
and by so doing you will be as-
sisting in a movement which
"keeps well people well."
When a fellow goei a'ctutia*
01 loelr iweel young Hum
Chancel ait he'll wind up giving hti
A sparkling wedding ring,
But belore Ihey lie the nuptial knot
We'll lave 'em agitation
By inviting them to Hilcralt
For their wedding invitation.
There*! beauty in the c: il itnanilii
01 Hilcralt'* lint engraving.
Tit Bridt and Croon will buy taitut
St a most inbitantial saving.
So when there's romance ia the iii
And TOD want to name the day,
Let Hilcralt do It lor you
In the very imarteit way.
J
(ngrmving Ctmpany
122 N.E. SIXTH STREET
TftU>HONIL2-ll&4
.
A high Israeli authority in Tel ,v Dv becoming a member of one
Aviv explained that whiie the of the thirteen groups that corn-
state, by virtue of its sovereign prise tne Jewish Centers As-
authonty, may claim any part of sociation of Greater Miami and
available land for itself, the Jew- to participate in the programs of
ish National fund's land acquisi- i
tion program stands the best
best chance of being tremendous- '
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
done for other grateful
families
******
GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436
F. I. AHERN
Funeral Director
ly enhanced by the bill just
passed, inasmuch as the Jewish
National Fund' is equipped to
make the necessary outlay re-
quired for the land purchase. It
is estimated thai the sum of about
fifty million dollars will b<
quired, if the JNF is to carry out!
the initial phase of the new land :
acquisition policy as authorized
by the act of the Knesset,
CANTOR
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able to officiate with or without
Choir and Organ. Experienced
Hebrew and Sunday School
Teacher. Well versed in reading
the Torah. Would consider
change of position for Conserva-
tive Congregation. Write R. S.,
Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
MRS. SHULMAN
ALTERATIONS
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Also Men's Alterations
Formerly of Lincoln Road
Now Located at
1060 S.W. 36th Ct. Ph. 48-4464
The Miami Bedclr
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Jewish Center
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Announces the sale of tickets
for the High Holy Days
t ominciic.ng with IComIi llaslionah
Monday evening. September 11th
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Will officiate at all services
Assisted by
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Jewish Agency Official Warns That
raeii Financial Situation Is Critical
vJewisli nor id tan
PAGE THIRTEEN

[JOHANNESBURG. So. Africa.
ITA)Dr. Nahum Goldmann.
bairman of the American section
. the Jewish Agency, who ar-
jved here this week from Israel,
Id a press conference that he
vent to Israel to participate in
: emergency discussion with the
icl section of the Jewish
tency on the present financial
|Dr. Goldmann said: "The situa-
te! ::i Israel is serious and I have
to South Africa to say
intly that if the problem is not
Ived, catastrophe is around the
rnei." The Agency leader added
at Israel's rate of immigration
j-eater than in any other coun-
in the world"has imposed a
krrific burden on Israel." Dr.
tldmann said that the Israel
jrnment is already making a
feater contribution than world
ry" in absorbing new im-
rants.
is the ''responsibility of world
i\ty to shoulder this burden
dequately," he stressed
Irning that failure to do so ne-
Iiii4kri4*an Women
Wise 810.000.000
or l!>5 I .1 \
JEW YORK. (JTA)American
yish women raised more than
1000.000 for the 1950 United
rish Appeal so far, Mrs. S.
bander Brailove of Elizabeth
|J.. national chairman of the
ten's Division of the United
sh Appeal, announced here
Ir to h( r departure for Europe
Israel with her husband. Dr.
lexander Brailove. on the SS
knia.
piile overseas, Mrs. Brailove
inspect UJA supported in-
lations. and will study the
plems confronting Israel in its
program of immigrant ab-
tion. In the Jewish state, she
1 confer with leaders of the
rnment of Israel and the
kh Agency. She will visit
for three weeks.
I cessitatesagainst Israel's will
limitation on immigration "at a
time when it is imperative to keep
the doors open to Jews from the
Arab states'and from the coun-
tries of Eastern Europe."
Asked whether the World
I Zionist Congress is likely to be
! postponed. Dr. Goldmann replied
that the scheduled date remains
but if the Congress Hall, which is
now under construction in Jeru-
salem, is not completed in time, it
may be necessary to postpone
the Congress until Passover or
some time after that. "Whatever
happens." said Dr. Godmann. "the
date of the Shekel returns and
elections is unchanged."
Stalin Brands Dogmatic
Marxists As "Talmudists"
NEW YORK (JTA)Premie;-
Josef Stalin, in an article in the
Soviet magazine "Bolshevik." of-
'_';:l organ r e the Communist
Party branded as "Talmudists"
\t11 those dogmatic Marxists wh^
I hold the Marxist formulas worked
out in one particular period were
valid forever, it was reported bv
'he United Press this week from
Moscow.
"Exeeetes and Talmud^ts re-
gard Marxism and individual
Marxist formulas as a ollection
of dogmas which never r-hanee
despite changing conditions,"
Stalin wrote. "They think that if
they learn by heart these con-
clusions and formulas and learn
to cite them backwards and for-
wards, then they will be able to
solve any problem on the cal-
culation that those conclusions
are valid for all times, all coun-
tries, all occasions of life.
"But only such people can so
think who see the letters of
MaMrxist formulas as a collection
Stalin continued. He emphasized
that "Marxism does not recognize
unalterable conclusions and form-
ulas for all period and epochs.
Marxism is the enemy of all
dogmatism."
Young DP Wins Essay Prize
After the war ended Dinah Room, a little girl of 12. was
found in p camp by a young American soldier. He wrote to his
mother back in New York about her. and a correspondence ensued,
with the result that the litt'e girl came to the U.S.. aided in her
immicatiop bv HIAS. the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, and
was adopted by the soldier's family, with whom she is now living
in happiness as one of their own. She is making gooc progress in
school and in AmericaniTation. and last month she won a prize
offered by a great New York Yiddish daily for an essay entitled.
"What Democracy Means to Me." Grateful to HIAS for assistance
to a new and happier life, Dinah is shown here donating her prize
mor.ey to HIAS to help the global migration agency in its humani-
tarian wck of reccue.
Tie GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
...I-.f ?"l Community.Wide Kathruth Association, Participating
agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federatr. warns the public"
That only stores where the sign of the OMVH fl 1 D J arc
dillaye.i ai.- vndorawa by the .a;...;
That only chickens with the ring of the CMVH m"1CJ
are endorsed by the Vaad as kosher;
,,.',' '&J35iJl&**'?i !*#e,w w'th .he ring of the OMVH
mot be endorsed
\\ meals served"
for other information about Kaahruth call our Director, Rabbi Joeph
E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3S95.
IARRV SIHKIIM, Pre.
M BEAR, Vice Pre*.
H. SOOTIN. Sec.
S. LOBEL, Treas.
Jewish Socialists
Arrested In Hungary
ROME, (JTA)The arrest in
Hungary of several prominent
Jewish members of the Hungaiian
Socialist Party was reported here
this week from Budapest. Those
arrested included Dr. Ladislas
Farago, former member of the
Hungarian parliament; Dr. Bmuric
Gyoerky. another eX-member ofi
Hungary's parliament who was
also the legal adviser of the
Social Party; Dr. Joseph'
Buechler, who at one time held '
the post of vice president of the
Bank of Hungary; and Armin
Ladanyi, former president of the
Budapest Bar Association.
The same report stated that
Odoen Antil, president of the
Jewish community of Kapsovar
and leading member of the Inde-
pendent Smallholders and Citizens
Party, fled to Austria. Dr. Istvan
Ries, leading Communist in Hun-
gary and former Minister of!
Justicewho is of Jewish origin
is reported among those arrested
in the Budapest purge.
During World War II, U. S.
pennies were made largely from
shell cases, with only a small
amount of virgin copper added
to bring the alloy up to legal
standards.
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Every Sunday al 2:30 P.M.
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ere
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Telephone 3-1430
Announcement!
HILLIARD CLEIN
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Clein Laundry Service
Is Now Also Manager of
SOUTHERN LAUNDRY
& CLEANERS
555 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-3 ftl
Cash and Carry
or
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"Prompt Service"
Mr. H. Zaidman
invites Greater Miami Jewry
To inspect the Kashruth and
Sanitary Conditions Which
Prevail in His Establishment.
Free Delivery Throughout
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Open from Rosh Hashonah
Through Yom Kippur
(American Plan)
11 Complete Days
Complete Holiday Services in Air-
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Finest Strictly Kosher Food,
Served in the Famous Victor
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Air Conditioned Dining Room
and Lobby
100 Air Cooled Rooms
Planned Entertainment and Tele-
vision
Public Cordially Invite'd to Attend
Holiday Services
Early Reservations Necessary
Owner-Manager
Joseph Waldman
Phone 5-0041
Under the supervision of
The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director
Listen to WINZ on Sunday* from Noon to 1:48 and
Tueadaya 6-7 P.M.
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+Jmisttftori FRIDAY, AUGUST II. ^
Levpnson Heads
Amvoi Post
James David Levenson recently
btcame commander of the Robert
Ri enter Post of the Am vets, upon
the resignation of Nat Pollack.
who was one of the founders of
ihe organization and its leader
three terms. Pollack gave up
he office, he explained, because
he is an active reservist with the
Force.
The new commander, who
j lined the post in September,
1049. is a naval veteran. He is 25
\ arrival of his first child.
Hy Leonard is new senior vice
mander, taking Levenson's
.. and Robert S. Wolk. Jr.,
vice commander.
U.S. Cultural Attache
To Israel Appointed
DETROIT (JTA)The appoint-
ment of Prof. Edward Jandy of
Wayne University here as U.S.
cultural and public affairs officer
in Tel Aviv has been confirmed
by the State Department, it was
reported today. Prof. Jandy, a
sociologist, is not expected to as-
sume his new post until after
January 1, 1951. due to the hous-
ing shortage in Israel and the
overcrowded conditions at the
U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv.
LEGAL NOTICE
Conciliation Unit To
Renew Peace Efforts
JERUSALEM JTA Mei
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
Ll'CKY PR" 'I "I'CTS ''''.. Not ll
U | n.W d St., M iml !' intend
the Clerk
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OLIVER RATE
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AJC Praises Truman For
Stand On Loan To Spain
NEW YORK, (JTA)-Rabbi
Irving Miller, president of the
American Jewish Congress, issued
a statement lauding President
Truman for denouncing the U.S.
Senate's action in voting a $100,-
000.000 loan to the Spanish gov-
ernment. "America's leadership
of the democratic world, enhanced
by President Truman's prompt
and forthright action in the
Korean crisis, has been gravely
impaired" by the Senate's action,
he said.
Obituaries
MRS. ROSE PIERSON
vi ,,f sun N. Miami Ave., paswd
, Vv Miguat 3 In a lo.al hor>lta .
s :' ,s Solved by h.-r ln,Hban,
.,,,,,!,. -I..,-.- "... Mrs. K;a
Loeffcl Mi- 'nltn nnd M":
r2S cooperman. Service* wer; held
at the fjordon Pmral Chapel wtti
fntermenl following in fit #be
Cemetery. ________
MRS RACHEL RUBIN
S5, or 310 N. W. 4th St.. passed away
'on August S. She was the widow of
the late Jacob Rubin and resided In
i Miami for the past 26 years, CVfllM
here from Cbarleaton, B. i, *>>e
survived by three sons, Harry. Sol and
Morris- five grandchildren ana rour
great 'Krandehildren. Services were
conducted at Gordon Kunera ( hapel
with interment following in Woodlawn
Park Cemetery.__________________
SAMUEL SAROWIT2
89, or toil I N. Miami ,\v,.
away on August He came her, ?**
years ago from Vlneland Nt T
leaves one son. Jack; thro.. iU,,k. "
Mrs. Mary Llpits. Mrs. KoUtoTuS
and Mrs. Hetty l.evim-. ,|
Jacob. Solomon and Harrv ., '
sister, Mrs. Yetta Fbrman" V,",' l
were conducted in Gordon i\
Chanel with Interment following ,"'J1
Nebo Cemetery. '" *t.
JACK HELLMAN
40, of 729 Euclid Ave rtHn .,
on August 2. Mr. Hellman SS.'J2
ten years ago from New York, h
was the mnnneer of the left .
Hotel, Miami Beach. SumvtaTS
his widow. Lucille: mother. Mr, "8
Hellman, both of Miami Beach-si?!
sister! Services were conducted ,t
Riverside Memorial Chapel \iji*.
Beach, with interment following in Nebo Cemetery.
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NAME LAW
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 11. 1950
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PAGE FIFTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THK
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,.,, NAME LAW
NOTK a IS HKRKHY QIVBN that
IARLICK, his wife, Lefcndant
TO: WII.I.IAM A GARLICK and
I.Y1MA B. QARLlCK, his wife
VYapplnger Kails, Duchess County,
New York
M.I. PERSONS HAVING OR
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY IN-
TEREST IN THE FOLLOWING
LAND:
Lot 18 of Block I of ENOLBWOOD,
:i Subdivision according to tho Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Hook 7.
page 38 of the Public Records of
i lade > ,'ount) Florida.
YOU, AND BACH OF TOD, are
hereby notified that a suit has been
hro'iirht against you by RALPH T
and Hll.n
JI'Al. SHERIDAN
,...... BEN 8TAREN
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Applicants
8/11-18-25 : l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
tho undersigned, desiring to engag.- in
mE'mTVJSJSS "" fictitious name of
MO-MAC STORKS t m Bast Flagler
Street, Inte
with the Cl<
I 'it'll- Count
thai a Hill
h.is been
intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Klorida.
MURRAY SLATER
MAX ruden
POWELL and HILDA POWELL, hi* I Co-Partners
wife, to quiet the title of the plaintiffs 8/11-18-25 9/1
and to remove certain clouds from
the Bald title to the land hereinaliovc
described, which are in Hade County.
Klorida. and you are hereby required
to file your appearance in this suit on
or before the Xth day of September.
1950, otherwise the allegations of the
bill of complaint In said suit will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated, this 9th day of August, 19.10.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiffs
922 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
f. 11-18-25 9/1
C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
| IN THE CIRCKIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR r>AI>E COirNTC
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
184426.
IMARION D. COLVIN, Plaintiff, vs.
I-I'IZ JOHN COLVIN, Defendant.
YOU, FITZ JOHN COLVIN. SO
Maiden' Lane, New York. New York
|i omplaint for Divorce has been filed
gains) you, and you are required to
I-. rve a copy of your Answer or I'lead -
In-- to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, .max R, silver,
>22 Seybold Building;, .Miami. Klorida,
I file the original Answer or Plead-
in the Office Of the Clerk of the
i nil Court on or before the Nth day
of September 1950, If you fall to do BO,
Judgment by default will be taken
ainst you for the relief demanded
the Bill of Complaint.
I mini-: and ORDERED at .Mlahil,
lorida, this : r 11 day ,,f August. 1950.
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Klorida.
Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE
Deputy Clerk.
kX R. SILVER
Seybold Building
mi. Kiel lii:i
Ittorney fen.-Plaintiff
11.18-25 A
-----------------i_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Uv v"e, K^l"** letter Service at
798 N. W. t>7th Street, Miami, Klorida,
intends to register said name with
Hie -Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
8/1,-18-25 9jrKOVRK '" SBGAL
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH .iriMCIAL CIRCUIT
!', ,-'v!.'!,''-""A- IX AX" K"l! "Al"';
l'.'Vl l( ~~ CHANCERY, No.
ABEDNIGO H. SEYMOUR. Plaintiff,
vs. ,11 ST1NA SEYMOUR, Defendant.
SI IT KOI! DIVORCE
rO! Justlna Seymour,
'"are No. 4.
1'1'S West lL'tb street.
New Fork City, N. Y.
You are herein notified
of Complaint for DIvorci
filed agalnsl you, and you are required
rve a copy of your Answer or
Ing to the Hill of Complaint on
plaintiffs Attorneys, KATZ,
I I.I.Kit ft CCLBREATH, M7-53-Sey-
bpld Bldg .Miami. Klorida. and file
the original Answer or Pleading In the
office pf the clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the :,th .lay of September
I860. If you tall to do so, judgment
by default will be taken again.-! you
ror the relief demanded In the Bill
or ( omplaint.
This notiee shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in The Jewish Kloridian
DONE AND
Florida, thl
1980,
Pie
the
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
[I THE CIRCCIT COCRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JCDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FMHtlDA. IN AND FOR DADE
ilNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
.11 -NE B. GREEN HERO, Plaintiff, vs.
SEYMOUR GREENBERO, Defend-
ant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SEYMOUR GREENBERO,
' o .Manhattan Beach Hotel,
I ill West End Ave..
Brooklyn, New York
You, SEYMOUR GREENBERO, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
' I v" a copy of your Answer or
Pleading; to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, Milton A.
'in'.'ii. 1021 Seybold Hldg., .Miami.
{' and file the original Answer or
leading in the office of the Clerk
01 the Circuit Court on or before the
Mil day of September, 1950. If you
fall to do so, judgment by default
will be taken agalnsl you for the
I demanded In the BUI of Com-
aint.
This notice shall be ptfblished once
eh week for four consecutive weeks
Die Jewish Kloridian.
I'DNE AND ORDERED at .Miami,
this 8th day of August, A.D.
E B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
1 ii. nii Court, Dade County, Klorida
I Court Seal)
By K. .1 GOULD,
,,,...... Deputy Clerk
MILTON A, FRIEDMAN
Seybold Hldg.,
.Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
v ii-Is-l'.-, 8 i
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,.NOTlCE ,s HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Mark Construction Co. at 920 Jefferson
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
LEO MARK
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Building
8/11-1S-25 9/1
*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SANS SOUCI ESTATES at BOS
Olympia Building. .Miami, Klorida. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Klorida.
B18CAYNE BOCLEVARD
ESTATES, INC.
Side I Iwiler
A.Mi is BENJAMIN
Attorney for Biscayne Boulevard
Estates, Inc.
8/11-18-25 9/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RANCH HOUSE at 5401 N.W. 7th
Ave.. Miami, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Klorida.
HALCO, INC.
ELI BREOKR
Attorney for applicant
235 Lincoln Road
S/4-11-18-25
ORDERED at Miami,
4th day of August, AD.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
,."" rurt. Dade County, Klorida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEKJE,
KATZ, FULLER & CULBREATH. '
i4,-53 Seybold Building.
Miami. Florida,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/11-18-25 9/1
,.. n.,N,OT,CE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
!:, .A.Nn FOR DADE COPNTV,
M-'-n ~ IN PROBATK. No
In Re:'ESTATE OF
S,DY,.SrHWARTZ- also known
as SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hcrebv
notlfied and required to present any
calms and demands which von, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also
known as Sidney M. Schwartz, de-
ceased, late of Dade Countv, Florida
to the Hon. w. F, BLANTON, Countv
Judge of Dade County and 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 barred. Se-
lection 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date July 24. AD. 19S0.
MARLBNE SCHWARTZ.
As Administratrix of the Estate
Of Sidney Schwartz, also known as
Sidney M. Schwartz, Deceased.
MYERS, HETMAN \- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
7/28 9/4-11-18

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, KNOX DISTRIBUTORS,
TOWN VINTNKRS, EDI&'ON DIS-
TRIBUTORS and COLONY WINE CO.
OF FLA, at 890 N. W. 13th Street.
Miami. Florida, and at 12260 N. E,
13th Court. North Miami, Florida, In-
tend to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
MARION FREHLING
ROSE KRAMER
JEROME BLANK
in... I'KlCE BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7 28 8 I-11-1S
iv mm?T,CE BY PUBLICATION
,...' flRCUIT COURT OF THE
LI-.\ ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
rLl IRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
TY. IN CHANCERY, No.
i (il
I 14574
u\K'X- KEENAN, Plaintiff, vs.
MAR* A KBJCNAN, Defendant.
iTo- m iSU'T ''""" divorce
ITO. MAIM A. KEENAN,
MO 88rd Street,
l.lekson Heights,
Long Island, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
' [omplaint for Divorce lias been
iied agalnsl you, and you are re-
ined I,, serve a copy of your Answer
'leading to the Bill of Comnlatnl
'a.- plaintiffs Attorneys, Myers,
n Kaidan, 650 Seybold Buthl
wwnii, Florida, and file the
,;-'i'-i Answer or Pleading in the
" ol the i lerk of the Circuit Court
' ion the 8th day of Septeml.....
1 you fail to do so, judgment i>>
win be taken against you for
' demanded In the Bill of
nt.
I his notice shall be published once
n week for four oonsectitlve weeks
,,, ';:,.-lewisb Florldlan.
""NK AND ORDERED at Miami.
' this 7th day of August, A.D.

I'll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY lilVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
S. .v.- B. BLANK, also STATE
BEVERAGES and also STATE
BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS at lil'O
N.W. 13th Street, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Klorida.
SAMUEL BLANK
BEATRICE BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN Al- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/28 8/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FIX1RIDA, IN AND Kill! DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1338,6.
JAMES GEROCK TEPLY. Plaintiff,
vs GLADYS ELIZABETH TEPLY,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Gladys Elizabeth Teplv,
60 Church Street.
Wlllimantic, Connecticut
You, Gladys Elisabeth Teply. are
'hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been* filed
against you, and you are required to
servo a copy Of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. Richard G.
Taylor, 813 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
25th day of August I960. 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,
D'iNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this :'". da] of July, A.D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Cl.-rk.
7/2S S/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,
184190.
TE8SIE IMPAVIDO, Plaintiff, vs.
BALVATORE IMPAVIDO, Defend-
ant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BALVATORE IMPAVIDO
2583 East 6th Street
Brooklyn, N. v.
You, BALVATORE IMPAVIDO, are
herein notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, ami you are required
to serve a copj of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
tin- plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN
ESQ., 823 Seybold Hldg., Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
IS day of August, 1950. If you fail to
do so, judgment by default will lie
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Kloridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18 day of July, A.D. 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C.
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.,
SL'I! Seybold Hldg.,
Miami. Honda
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/21-28 8/4-11
R. WII^SON.
Deputy Clerk.
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
HALS DELICACY SHOP
(not incorporated)
966 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach,
r lorida. intend to register said
fictitious name In the office of the
Clerk or th.. Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
hahold glist
ben kamin8ky
Owners
IRVING CYPEN
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Florida,
Attorney for Applicants.
"/21-2S S/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY. No.
II
COUNTY.
1341ft;
In the .Matter of:
ADOPTION BY HERBERT
M \ VI.ANI i. ,,f ROBERT H
KOSTOFF
TO: John PAUL KOSTOFF
HURLEYVILLE, NEW YORK
you are hereby notified thai a
petition for adoption has i.....,, r i
for the .-uiopti.....if the minor child,
Ri IBERT II. KOSTOFF, In the nl
styled Court, by the Petltl.....ir in
the above cans.-.
such petition Is filed agalnsl i iu
as the natural parent of this ml
child and yon are hei ebj re lulred
to serve a copy of your answer
objections t,, the granting of Bald
petition of adopt ion on the pel I mer'a
attorney and file the original thereof
In the office of the Clerk of the Court
on or before the 18th day of August.
a D. 1950, otherwise said petition
Of adoption heretofore f|l,.,| hen n
will be taken as confessed !* >u
done AND ORDERED this istrt
day of July. A.D. 1950,
E, B LEATHERMAN,
' brk of the Circuit Court.
Dade Countv, Florida,
icirc uit Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON.
-., Deputy Clerk.
OSCAR RAPPAPORT,
Attorney for Petitioner
Tie Seybold Building
Miami, Klorida
7/21-38 g, 4-U
NOTICE UNDFR 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.E. 1st Street, Miami, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
JACK HoRNER. INC.
BLACK, PEARLMAN .-.- COOPER
Attorneys for Applicant
7/21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
OF KLORIDA, IN AND FOR I)ADE|AH
k fault

E. it.
, WEATHERMAN, Clerk,
ICir.ni?V. '""'' ""' County, Florida.
f "Olit ( ourt Seal,
Seal,
By WM. W.
STOCKING,
Deputy Cerk.
HVERS HEIMAN K^LaS,
pu^m % pia"i,,ff
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No,
184676.
KLORENCE LUCIIESSK. Plaintiff, vs.
FRANK LUCHE8SE, Defendant.
SUIT Knit DIVORCE
TO: FRANK LUCHESSE
L'iis East Hath Street
New York, New fork
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of ('omplaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve b copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorneys, wasman.
WEINKLE >. KE8SLER, 346 Seybold
Building, Miami. Klorida. and file the
il Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Clrcull
Court on or before the r.th day of
September, 1950. If you fail to jo BO,
.judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each Weak for four consecutive Weeks
ill The Jewish Kloridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Klorida. this 7 day ol August, A.D.
mr.o.
E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Ciroull Court, Dade County, Klorida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk,
WASMAN. WEINKLE & KESSLEK
346 Seyhold Building
Miami, Klorida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/11-18-23 9/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag,- in
business under the fictitious name of
WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES at 1127
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach.
Klorida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade Count;', Florida.
CALL WEINKLE
AARON WEINKLE
LEO A CHAIKIN
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
I'"- Applicants
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged In business
under the fictitious name of KI/iRIDA
BEVERAGE SERVICE, at 520 Wesl
Flagler Street, .Miami, Dade Countv.
Florida, and intends to regisOr the
said fictitious name in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Made
County, Florida.
BELLE GREENBERO
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attorneys
fi"7 Olympia Building
Miami, Klorida
7/21-28 8/4-11
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
HTH JCDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 134198
JOHN B. STEVENS, Plaintiff, vs.
WILHELMINA STEVENS.
Defendant.
TO: WILHELMINA STEVENS
201 West !Rth Street
New York, New York
You are hereby notified that n Bill
"f Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are hi
required to serve a copv of your
answer to the Bin of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney, and file the
original Answer in the office ,,f thl
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 19 day ,.f August, I
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
will be taken as confessed against i .11
Dated this 19 day of .lulv. 1950.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN.
Cl-rk of the Clrcull C .it.
(> IrCUlt Court Seall
By R. II. RICE, Ji:
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Klorida
7 2\-H 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 MAYOR'S and also MAYOR
JEWELRY, at If. N. E. Isl Avenu..
Miami. Florida, intend to register said i
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad,- Countv, Klorida.
SAMUEL GETZUG
ELSIE GETZUG
IRVING A. GETZUG
Applicants
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, N I
2 I486
In Re: Estate OF
LENA CooK,
I deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hiv-
ing i Malms or I "emands Againa
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hi ebj
notified and required to present
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, maj have agalnsl the
state of Lena l '...ik. ,iasi d
Of Dade County. Klorida. to ':.. II a
w F, Blanton, County Judge ..f I .. |<
County, and file the sain.- iii h ofl
ill the County Courthouse i-, |i,,i.
County, Klorida. w illiin eight
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal ad
of the claimant and to be sworn to
presented as aforess d, tm<
will be barred. See Section '.-'" of the
1933 Probate Aet.
I 'ate July 18, A.D
ALBERT COOK,
As Executor "f the Last w
Testament of Lena Cook, De
censed.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attomej for Executor
7 21-28 s 4-11
7/28 S/4-11-1S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
KLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No,
184471.
CHARLES BHAPIRO, Plaintiff, vs.
SADIE SHAPIRO, Defendant.
To: SADIE BHAPIRO
c o Mrs. Abraham I'rasmau
283 East 171 St Street
Bronx, New York
You, SADIE SHAPIRO, are hereby
notified that a Bill Of Complaint for
1 llvorc* has been filed again:
and you are required to serve a copy
or your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
attorneys, Gene) .v.- Genet, I-" Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
' 01 Iglnal Answer or l'l. ad Ing in
the office of the Cbik of the Circuit
Conn on or before the 4th day of
September, 1950. If you fail to do bo,
judgment by default will be taken
agalnsl i.m for the relief demanded
In the BUI ol Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 1 day of August. 1950.
E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Countv,
Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
8/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under th,. fictitious name of
READY.ROAST at 216 Tjji Street,
Miami Beach. Klorida. Intend to
register said name wiih the Clerk of
I he circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACK BERKE
LOU EBENSTEIN
JOSEPH PARDO
Attorney for Applicants
nil Sovhold Building
7/21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE
I will not be responsible for ai ]
debts Incurred by anyone other than
myself o., or after August i.-i
with Ace fimploj menl
!:. 1st Avenue, VI u mi,
Fla.
SAM OREENBERd
8/4-11-18
Si connection
. civic,', lit N.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Fl IR I >ADE COUNTY l'l.' iRfl A -
IN CHANCERY, No I2827H-B
STELLA STEGER, Plaintiff, vs.
Ml IRRIS STEGER, Defendant.
TO: MORRIS BTEGER
. a LAUREL PARK HOTEL
SOUTH FALLSBURG, N. Y.
You are recpiir, cp to serve B ,,,py of;
your answer to the Amendment to
Bill of Complaint for Divorce on
Plaintiffs attorney and to file the
original answer In the Offli e of the
cbik of the circuit Coin: on or before
the 28th da) "f August. A.D
otherwise th.. said Amendment i" Bll
of Complain) heretofoi filed het In
will I," taken as confessed by you
dated al Miam). Florida, th
day of July, A.D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Ctel h .a the circuit Court.
I lade < 'ount). Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor
NORM AN R. LYONS
914 Olympia Building
Miami, Florida.
7/28 8/4-11-18
STOCKING,
Deputy Lierk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE riRCUIT COURT I >F THE
eleventh judicial circuit
of fll irida, in and f( ir dadb
county. IN CHANCERY, No
I341S2.
BERNICE weiss. Plaintiff, i i
WEISS, Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: LEO WEISS
l 12 Wint. i Avenue
S'taUn Island, New Yolk
You, LEi u KISS, ire hereby notl-
i 'i thai Bill of c'..in!.:.,it | for
I I force has been filed agal
ii are required to .-. n
of ) our \ sit .1 or l'l.-a.ling t .
Bill of Co ..ii the pi i M'.iffs
Attorney, ROBERT M. DEEIll.. 10!
Si i bold B Idlng, Miami :;.'. Fl
and file th.....iglnal Answer or I i i-
Ing in the .,trice ,,r the Cli of the
1 i : Courl on o befo e th 18th
day ol August, 19."X If you fail to I
idgmenl i
' you r..r the relief demanded
m tlm Bill of Complaint.
This noti.e shall be published once
each w.-k for four conseoutlvi u.
In The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1Mb day of Julv. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Clrcull Court, I >ade County, Fl ,
(Circuit Courl Seal)
By WM. W.
ROBERT M DELHI,
:-, Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 21-28 1-11
S'l'c ICKINO,
Depul> Clerk.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
: illowing desci. ed prop
be sold al public aui tlon
day of August. 1950 at 1
V .M at tl.....ffl of Mol to '
in Suite 257, 120 Lin
city of .Miami Beach, Ooqsjtv of D
State of Plot ida. to-wit:
40 shares, Capital Stock of
Elmeroy Venel in Bill &
Company, Certificate No. :.
April 18, 1948
I shall offer the aforesaid f'roperty
to the highest bidder for cash in hand.
Dated at Miami I:. ,, K p this
27th day of July. 1930.
Mi 'LION ROTHENBERO,
Attorney for Joseph Fiungipont.
8/4-18


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PAGE SIXTEEN .le*lstncrMlan FRIDAY, AUGUST H 1350 PUT YOUR BUDGET TOGETHER with Savings at Food Fair's Onlj ;it Fowl Fair Will You Find EVERY I>U the Greatest and Freshest Display of Fruits and Vegetables! Tn Our •Fruit Fair" Event This Week. You will TruK l*Surprised at il<\ ariely. Quality, and Low Priced pEACHt$ GEORGIA 2 29


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)AY. AUGUST 11. 1950 *.knisli fhrridfimr PAGE FIVE ^^^^'-'^ ^^^ *-*'*^ %  l-l.^*.*********^*.**** JEWS IN SPORTS aoacg By HASKELL COHEN Knescth Israel Hebrew Schfl Now Affiliated With Mizraehi Unit ections for the Third Maccawhich will be held in Israel this fall are slow in coming the committee. Charles S. located at 10 Chatham em\ First Hebrew school in Florida to be affiliated with the Mizrachi National Education Committee, which serves traditional schools throughout the United States and Israel with ct"*Hcula and text books, will be established by Top Nazi Seized MUNICH (WNS)-A top Nazi war criminal. Professor Heinrich Platza, who was honored by Hitler for having killed thousands Berezney, who later went to Fordham, you remember, and a lot of x others that big and that Bjrong. j khese'th"israeT Congelation on I was almost as tall as I am now. Monday. September 4, according and I weighed 135 pounds. So 1 to an announcement by Rabbi Bie. New York City, is the:didnt play football." Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader. y ur er and reports that the When Wittenberg graduated, his Also announced was the aphss a long wayto go peo ple moved to New York nd pointment of David J. Gorlin as L, gathering toe $60 000 rehe entered City College. At City, the synagogue's Hebrew instructor I, I to send fifty aUlle 'S tojhe went out forthe team ... and youth director. Gorlin. who L unes. Anybody interested in -thp cneS j. team T not only made is a gl aduatc of Mesivta Rabbi amount from 250.000 Students Attend Jerusalem Meet JERUSALEM (JTA)—ApproxI 0 f Jews in concentration camps imately 250,000 Jewish students ^ through injecing poison into the from all parts of the world, in; vc i ns of his victims, was ai r< %  -; eluding the United States and by German police here after Israel, are represented at the 10th five-year search, world congress of the World FedThe darling of the Nazi rac. oration of Jewish Students which pi atza served the Hitler cau.-e by opened here last week popular articles on the The five-day session of the or* ganization hopes to. establish inferiority oi non-Germanic i wider contacts among Jewish and advocating the liquidation il the meantime, several people j ercise. He became interested lni w n] be the kindergarten foi Brularly interested in basketwatching the wrestling team at children between the ages of foui 1 have set up a sub-committee, | practice, even though he knew %  and six The kindergarten pro%  Miall group, which is going nothing about that sport and h;>d %  g rarn W JH include Hebrew hisi to gather the necessary j never thought about it before in tory, bible, laws and customs. In the near future, the relation to himself. .music and arts and crafts. Kinderfa jttee nroDoses to stage two "I continued with mv chess, of' garten classes will be held from' ings to the parley, basketball games at the Con( course." he confides, "but wrestl8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. daily. Speakers at the \ pening session included Zalman Shazar, Israel Minister for Education, and Berl Locker, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive here. Premier David Ber. Gurion sent a message of greetand Grossinger Hotels in the Entains between members of wish Olympic basketball The hoop committee hopes I together enough money to \r the passage for the basketsquad, and in addition he's it can gather sufficient Lev to cover the transoortation I kids in this town. ing held an increasing interest for | The kindergarten will be under me. Finally, I won my letter. Not the direction of Mrs. David J. in wrestling ... in chess." ; Gorlin, who graduated from the When Henry got out of college, %  Herzeliah High School and athe wanted to make a place for i tended the Jewish Theological himself in the field in which he Seminary of America and Brookwas most interest: social work, lyn College. She also took special with emphasis on the restless courses in physical and mental for some of the other corners in track and field, swimand wrestling. faking of wrestling, we can't but think of the Jewish (tier. Henrv Wittenberg, who Ibe going over with the OlymVquad. Henry is five feet, ten es tall. He has that Max Baer around the shoulders. Dark dark eyes, winner of nearly hundred matches, and seven national champion at hits ranging from 175 pounds jl, which is an A.A.U. record dopes to break, as well as npic champion at 191 pounds jndon in 1948—that's it in a bell. Dickenson High School. hygiene for pre-school and eleHe wanted to get into the hieh mentary school children at the schools as a teacher, thinking this I Long Island University School, ol would be an excellent place to | Nursing. Mrs. Gorlin also had s'qrt building fundamentals and forming habits and customs which might help him in his work later on. When the Examination for the Police Department came up he took it because he thought it would give him a background in special instruction in piano and group singing. Hebrew school will meet from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. daily. as to provide "lebensraum" the Germans. Plat/a is reported to have lived in hiding, under forged indent fication documents, in a German village, where he pj occupied himself with bee raising. 1,900 Jews In Shanghai NEW YORK (WNS) — The civil service examination ... he. shanghai. China office of HIAS took i he passed it. reported this week to New York He started walking his beat as a patrolman. He drove a car for a sergeant. He worked with PAL headquarters about 1.900 Jews still remain in that city and that 770 of these are European refuArthur Wallander who was police gees wno escaped Nazi persecucomnvssioner at that time, and tion by fi ee ing to Shanghai, got himself a position as a de-1 tective. third grade. When Wali lander formed the Police Sports He coached the team but a]so Wittenberg was generally I Club a competitive group comI wrestled in the tournaments. In d in sports, he would posed of policemen. Witt*-v-.. hig spa] e time whkh |g scarce 1st liked to have played foot"But out in our school we fellows like Franco and became what you might call the nowaday8> he wrestles and playing coach of the policeman s wrestling team. fnai B'rith Leaders To Outline Plans •r Membership Campaign On Aug. 21 nai B'rith leaders fromi ._, ., Ishington, D. C. District No. 5.! the Greater Miami area, the camall of South Florida will 1 pajgn wl1 } be augmented by ler here on Monday, August lodges and women s chapters in at the Saxony Hotel to plan Hollywood. Ft. Lauderdale and biggest membership campaign | west Palm Beach. J'nai B'rith history, it has been George J. Bertman, council mnced by South Florida' president, and Mrs. Nathan nbership chairman, George J. lianoff. ^mong the officials who will livene with key workers are ert Elkes. assistant national nbership director; Dr. William kxler, district membership comssioner and immediate past fcsident of the district; and uus Fisher, district secretary. kes will fly here from B'nai lith supreme lodge headquarters : Washington. D. C, to outline Ins foi the "National Roll Call." bensus-year drive to enroll all Irish families in communities coast-to-coast. 5P Bloom, head of the women's units, will preside over the meeting scheduled for 8 p.m. in the King Arthur Room of the Saxony Hotel. Drive chairmen and other workers will attend the planning session, it is announced by Charles R. Jacobson, council director, and the "Past Presidents' Club" comprised of all former B'nai B'rith presidents, will be appointed to positions of importance in the drive. The national campaign will be launched officially on October 13, 108th anniversary of the founding coaches for the West Side YMCA. He does all this between tours of duty out of West Thirtieth St. It's a mystery how he keeps fit, or is it? • • Marvin Rotblatt. former University of Illinois pitcher, is making great strides in his attempt to reach the big leagues. At the latest writing, he was boasting an average of 14 games won against six games lost which means that he definitely will be brought back bv the White Sox for another trial this fall. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phonaa 9-5317 — ••(727 61 N. e. Sth Strut L MEIOENBERG. Owmr earheaded by the men's and! of the country's oldest service en's B'nai B'rith Councils of organization. The Hebrew Academy 918 Sixth Street Miami Beach, Florida announces to its many friends that REGISTRATION OF PUPILS WILL TAKE PLACE BEGINNING AUGUST 14th, 1950 Give Your Son or Daughter the Advantage of: • Progressive English Education • Dramatics • Maximum Hebrew Instruction • Arts and Crafts • Careful Transportalion to and p u blic Speaking from the Academy .... %  „ • Hot Scientifically prepared Medical Care lunch • All Direction under the • Afternoon Refreshments expert supervision of a • Physical Training and Athletic well trained and prolesProgremr sional faculty. t lasses From the Kindergarten Through to the Seventh Grade Phone 58-4641 ior cm appointment j£.A Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry ... About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details ior your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties. Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Caterina Service PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS 3-4845 JACK & JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Av. 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kn i'>' nfeld of St. Pi burg and Sam W. Shap % %  Mi%  •' I • .... : the Flo Federatioi and the : UL ; t J. Bain "Piobl natun %  set," B M 11 %  %  ; S %  s iblication to Stop rmi Nat .kg nv %  %  '-. B We:l L B'nai B'rith. s in cl :' local arraru Beach si m I nil Wins. Scholarship Marion Malak fl Mr. and Mrs. Mill n S Malakoff, 735 84th St., M Beach, has been awarded a scholarship to Reed College. P tl n I. Oreg in. Miss Malakoff. who is a junior. has been very active :n college activities, including the school newspaper. I ''ice group nd has worked in the public! ::. • Teen-agers discuss their problems at a conclav I held at the Miami Jewish Community Center. LEON' KAPLAN P ., dent. Jewish Centers • of Greater Miami such group. It is as simple as that! The Jewish Centers Association was formed as a mandate from the community to develop a total community service in the leisure time field by better planning, sharing of professional staff, sharLourie Is Named To Ministerial Rank NEW YORK—Consul General deputy represent• v< in Israel's Permanent Delegation to the United Nations, has :. ea advanced to the rank of nnounced. ceded the formation of the agency, its purposes, aims and goals; how it serves, whom it serves, who does the work and how it is This is the last of a series of financed j am gratified at the articles designed to tell the story f avora ble comment that these of a new community organization. art j c i eS| written by my colthe Jewish Centers Association of leagucs have eV oked. The pur-! fejjjj'of facUMwT^'namte budgetGreater Miami. pose 0 f this article is to tell you j ing and budgeting of man-power j The previous articles portrayed i m nnrtant vour Darticioation n an endeavor to create and e community study that prenow important your paruc.pauon mamtajn g we „ balanced in is in the success of this agenc> tegrated ful i y serviced and and to invite you to do your healthy community. This job canshare, i not be done alone by the layOur task is a -difficult one and I leadership of the agency and the J .vii professional staff. It requires the if we are to succeed we shall £. inte rest and participation ^^..^Af^P^l^P^i.^lof the entire community. Join with us in this most important the ,IM Designated To Purchase Arab Land The Jewish National Fund, of"A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proxerbs GORDON FUNERAL -HOME—i SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES 1 ficial agency of the World Zionist Organization for the purchase of land in Israel, has been designated by a special act of the Knesset I as the principal body authorized I to purchase the land holdings of the Arabs who fled the country during the recent Arab-Jewish hostilities, as well as the property belonging to enemy Germans Under the bill just passed, the Jewish National Fund will be enabled to acquire title to tracts of land constituting the bulk of the country's entire area, including entire towns and villages. Not more than 100.000 dunams of urban property may. according to the provisions of the bill, be sola to private buyers. The action of the Knesset puts -an end to the current talk about Israel's plans to seize the Arab land without due compensation. as many people in our community as will join with us in insuring the success of our effort. The Jewish Centers Association will provide a constructive program • of Jewish living in our community and by bringing together in its program people of all backgrounds and opinions it will make a tremendously important contribution to community unity. Everyone has a stake in what happens through this program— one of social, recreational and educational activities that serves all members of the family from nursery school age through the golden age. This program is well rounded and diversified and offers you ample opportunity to join in as a participant and on the leadership level. All that is involved in joining and participating is a desire to serve yourself and your communiwork, therapeutic in its nature, and by so doing you will be assisting in a movement which "keeps well people well." When a fellow goei a'ctutia* 01 loelr iweel young HUM Chancel ait he'll wind up giving hti A sparkling wedding ring, But belore Ihey lie the nuptial knot We'll lave 'em agitation By inviting them to Hilcralt For their wedding invitation. There*! beauty in the c: il itnanilii 01 Hilcralt'* lint engraving. Tit Bridt and Croon will buy taitut St a most inbitantial saving. So when there's romance ia the iii And TOD want to name the day, Let Hilcralt do It lor you In the very imarteit way. J (ngrmving Ctmpany 122 N.E. SIXTH STREET TftU>HONI L 2-ll&4 A high Israeli authority in Tel v Dv becoming a member of one Aviv explained that whiie the of t h e thirteen groups that cornstate, by virtue of its sovereign prise tne Jewish Centers Asauthonty, may claim any part of sociation of Greater Miami and available land for itself, the Jewto participate in the programs of ish National fund's land acquisii tion program stands the best best chance of being tremendous' For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families ****** GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 F. I. AHERN Funeral Director ly enhanced by the bill just passed, inasmuch as the Jewish National Fund' is equipped to make the necessary outlay required for the land purchase. It is estimated thai the sum of about fifty million dollars will b< quired, if the JNF is to carry out! the initial phase of the new land : acquisition policy as authorized by the act of the Knesset, CANTOR Well Trained Lyric Baritone Perfect Musician. Choir-director, able to officiate with or without Choir and Organ. Experienced Hebrew and Sunday School Teacher. Well versed in reading the Torah. Would consider change of position for Conservative Congregation. Write R. S., Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla. MRS. SHULMAN ALTERATIONS DRESSMAKING Also Men's Alterations Formerly of Lincoln Road Now Located at 1060 S.W. 36th Ct. Ph. 48-4464 The Miami Bedclr Jewish Center 1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Announces the sale of tickets for the High Holy Days t ominciic.ng with ICOMII llaslionah Monday evening. September 1 1 th RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN Will officiate at all services Assisted by CANTOR JACOB Y. GOLDRING AND THE CENTER CHOIR To be Assured of Reservations. 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tY, AUGUST 11, 1950 Jewisii fforidisin PAGE THREE |ch Y Nursery School Registration Commence On September 1 Miami Beach YM and WHA School will commence (lion September 1, it was red by Mrs. Isidore B. fttz, chairman of the School Committee. ling September 25, the licensed by the State WelJoard, goes into its third ider the direction of Mrs. [Bernstein. i-profit project, the school ted to meet the needs of between the ages of 3 Limited to 60 children, the supervision of six teachers, the all-day sescgin at 9 a.m. and end at with a special half-day program for those parents %  efer this arrangement for hildren. I program includes outdoor lound activity, indoor playlusic, art. dramatics, dancJjps to local points of infestival and holiday celecif American and Jewish gardening, baking, Joking, etc. ling pediatricians in the jnitv serve as consultants to fchool, while the County >U* Yiddish |M!N TO Open iwo Yiddish schools of the yen's Circle, located at 25 iKton Ave., Miami Beach, |45 S.W. 3rd St., Miami, will ,m Tuesday, September 5. chools' curricula will inI • s in the reading, writid speaking of Yiddish, literature. Jewish history, eaning of the Jewish holiJ' wish folksongs and proIn addition, there will be burricular activities. Lusavin, who has directed Ben's Circle schools in cities throughout the for the past 27 years, will ^harge of the local schools, jthor of numerous textiLa-iivin plans to organize n; -ti achers association, esses for adults and give es of lecture^ on various rv and historical subjects. Lasavin will conduct the Health Department Nurse examines children regularly and is on emergency call at all times. Mother Of Mjamian Dies In Detroit At 73 Mrs, Sadie Rothstein, 73, passed away on July 26 at her home in Detroit, Mich., after a brief illness. Prior to 1945, Mrs. Rothstein, widow of the late Louis Rothstein, had been an annual winter visitor at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kotkin, 1451 S.W. 5th St. While in Miami, Mrs. Rothstein was active in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and the Dade County Chapter of the American Red Cross. In Detroit, she spent much of her time in communal work. Beside Mrs. Kotkin, Mrs. Rothstein is survived by four daughters and three sons, including Mrs. Morse Bindorf, Mrs. Saul Berkower, Mrs. Leona Feinberg, Detroit: Mrs. Joseph Rosenblum, Great Neck, N. Y.; Oscar and Harold Rothstein, Detroit: Carl Rothstein, Los Angeles. She also leaves eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Louis Weinkle Dies At Age Of 86 Louis Weinkle, 86, retired merchant and philanthropist, passed away Monday night. He lived at 622 15th St., Miami Beach. Mr. Weinkle was the father of a large and illustrious family which includes doctors and opBeach Women Plan Breakfast The Miami Beach B'nai B'rith | select a member whom they conWomen are already hard at work on their "Tops in Our Town" breakfast, scheduled for Tuesday, OctobeT 10. Co-chairmen of the fall event are Mrs. Milton Weinkle and Mrs. Joseph Oritt. Their aides include Mrs. Sam Nudelman and Mrs. Arthur Frishman. Letters have been sent to all organizations requesting them to sider "Tops in Our Town." Judges will be Mayors Harold Turk, William Wolfarth and W. Keith Phillips. Prizes will include a two-day trip to Havana, courtesy of Farr Tours: a weekend for two at the Delano Hotel, courtesy of Charles Goldberg; and a one-day trip to Butlin's. All flowers will be donated by Pansy Flaum. Louis Weinkle erators and Person Sought The Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women is seeking Max (Marcus) Glass, born in Rogasen, Provinz Posen, Germany, and his son, Walter, a lawyer, both thought to be residing in Florida. The search is being made in behalf of Prof. Joe Glash, a nephew, who recently arrived from Shanghai, China, and is now residing at c'o Jack Lorber, 149 Linden Ave., Irvington, N. J. Anyone who knows their present whereabouts is asked to call the council office at.3-6554. Holiday Services To Be Held At Hebrew Aeademy High Holiday services will be held at the Hebrew Academy, 6th St. and Jefferson Ave., Miami ihool group and coach the i Beach, i in choral singing. ^ Cantor Lester Rhine, who beof Carl's Markets Weinkle's Liquor Stores. Active in Jewish activities for a number of years, he was a member of Beth David Congregation and the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Survivors include eight sons, Leo H, Asheville, N. C, Jack, Atlanta, and Dr. Barney, Dr. Isaac, Sol, Mose, Carl and Aaron Weinkle, all of Miami: one daughter, Mrs. Leo A. Chaikin, Miami, 13 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; and three sisters, Mrs. Daisy Segal, Mrs. Dora Wilensky and Mrs. Fannie Newman, all of Jacksonville. Funeral services took place Thursday morning at Beth David with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Interment was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Arrangements were in charge of Gordon Funeral Home. listration will be held on (esdays from 8 to 10 p.m. at i and Thursday from 8 to in the city. stration Scheduled I ':on for the 1950-51 i the Hebrew school conby the Miami Hebrew bl and Congregation will be gan his cantorial career at the age of 12 and has been associated with many outstanding congregations in New York, will chant the services. Services will be held on the following dates: Slichos. September 2, 11:45 p.m.; Rosh Hashona, Monday evening, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 11, 12 and 13; Yom Kippur, Wednesday evening and all day Thursday, The average under-water endurance of pearl divers is from 50 to 80 seconds. in the school building, 1101 September 20 and 21. ** JSkJStJFTilSSl Tickets for the High Holidays are "now available at the Hebrew Academy. |esday and Thursday, August and 17, from 10 a.m. to Don Rabbi Simon April, ual leader of the ongregaand head of the school, has kneed 30-40 Club Meeting The 30-40 Social Club of the ldren from six years of age Miami Beach Y will meet Monday, August 14, at 8:30 p.m. at the Y, according to Mrs. Joe Mooney, president. Mrs. Mooney has issued an invitation to all people between these ages who wish to make new friends. [enroll. The curriculum is the supervision of the Bu of Jewish Education of ler Miami. pday school registration will bid in September. 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PAGE EIGHT Miss Bernstein To Attend Meet Bi rnsti first nt-elect of the Miami \v Division f >'• — j %  ... tion's %  • in Ni %  • Y rk City aust 20 to 22 thi pter"s %  She will leave M >n SaturE '..: Lines tion 1 visit Mr. and Mrs. Lev..in Washing! >n. D. C. Lewis is elel n tings porl fficial • thi A: my Chaplains Wi : Id War II. .'. %  Bi rn •• :. %  : %  to New York City to at-, the Hadassah conclave. She attend ; planning ill be the m and i ication i hairn an for • 1950-1951 term. ng the convention, she I visit 1 and I riends bereturning to Miami with her c nvention report. vJewisti florid for 'ersonolly Speaking ... Mrs. Leo Eisenstein. 735 14th Place. Miami Beach left for Colorado to vis,t her parents and family. She will be there for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Saul R. Srole. Silver Spring, Md., announce the birth of a son on August 2. Maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz, of this city recently returned from a montn s stay in Silver Spring. ^* ^* ^* A reunion of two World War I vets who were buddies in the 33rd Field Artillery took place in Miami this week when Murray Spiro, of New York, met Herman Gordon, after a lapse • thirty-three years. Mr. Spiro is spending a vacation at the Sens S'ouci Hotel with his family. While here they are being entertained by the Herman Gordons who were also present al a birthday party at the Sans Souci honoring Mrs. Spiro on Tuesdcv. + Mrs. Fredc Rappaport recently returned from Pittsburah, Pa., where she attended the wedding of her niece. Miss Marion Greenwald. to Michael Shapiro. The newlyweds are Honeymooning at the Shore Club Hotei, Miami Beach. After a month's vacation in the North, Rabbi and Mrs. Philip Fried and their family are back in Miami. Rabbi Fried is spiritual leader ci the North Shore Jewish Center. tationing in Hendersonville. N. C, are Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob J. Honig and their family. Rabbi Honig is spiritual leader of Hollywood Jewish Community Center. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff, 3230 N.W. 7th St., have returned to Miami after a two-month vacation, which took them to Long Beach, N. Y., Washington, D. C, Hendersonville, N. C, Birmingham, Ala., and St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Trau, 4574 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, left Monday for a vacation in the North. New arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, include Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Amdur and son, Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise, Mr. and Mrs. George Goodfriend, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sudell, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Duke and daughter, Doris, Mr. and Mrs. John Lutz, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Schreir, Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Manton, Jay Katz and George Richman. Miss Carol Tannen, 1725 Calais Drive, Miami Beach, recently returned from a vacation in New York City, where she visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hy Pomerantz, 2732 S.W. 3rd Ave., announce the birth of a son at Doctors' Hospital on Wednesday, Auaust 2. Mrs. Pomerantz' mother. Mrs. Joseph Mender, West New York, N. J., arrived in Miami in time to greet her new grandchild, and her husband has flown in for the bris. Mr. Pomerantz is extension director of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. The wedding of a niece and a reunion with an uncle whom she has not seen in 44 years will highlight Mrs. Mollie Green's visit to Metuchen, N. J. Mrs. Green, who resides -,t 1780 Marseilles Drive, Miami Beach, left last weekend for the North and wii 1 return here for the High Holy Days. During her sojourn, she wi I be the guest of her daughter. + -* Over 100 persons attended the bris of Aaron H. Macouf h took place at the heme of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Macouf, 4533 Adams Ave., Miami Beach. The baby's grand•--:, Mr. Berkowitz, acted as sandek and Rabbi Philip Fried officiated as mohl. FRIDAY, AUGUST n Miriam Kelvyn Selects December 24 Making plans for a December 24 wedding is Miss Miriam Kelvyn, whose betrothal to Jack Mades. son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mades, 4187 North Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, has been announced by her mother. Mrs. Sophie Kelvyn. 1150 Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach. The bride-elect, a graduate of | Miami Beach High School, attended DePau University and the University of Miami and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Mades was graduated from Miami High School and the University of Miami and belongs to Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. He is associated with the Mades Provision Co. Engagement of two University of Miami students. Miss Iris R. Perlmutter and Abner Solomon, has been announced by the brideelecl's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perlmutter. 500 N.W. 31st St. She is a senior at the university. Her fiance, a law student and member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity, is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Solomon. Betrothal of Miss Maxim U Bender to Norton Segal, son Mr. and Mrs. Morris Segal ill Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach -1 teen announced by her pud Mrs. Ruth Bender. 1322 S* H| St. The wedding will take ol-il in the fall. Honeymooning Couple. Are Feted By Miarnionsl In Miami Beach for tropja honeymoons at the Delano 1 unique Honeymooners Colo are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bla man of Philadelphia. Pa., andL and Mrs. Allan B. Li >vin of l' versity Heights. Oh: i, While here, the Blackmanti also being entertained by lj Blackman's uncle and aunt. | Joseph Levys. and are enjoyi sightseeing trips with .tfat f-iis'is. the Rev Levys Blackman is the former Irma C. Cohen, daughter ot fl and Mrs. Abe Cohen of PhilactJ phia. Pa. The Levins are being enlej tained by their uncle and am Dr. and Mrs. Leo M, Levin i 945 Bay Drive. Miami Beach.a by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedm of Miami. The bride is the ton Miss Lois Weinberger, of Mr. and Mrs. E. Weinberj of Cleveland, Ohio. 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PAGE SIX *• Jewish fhrkJkui FRIDAY, AU GUST Israeli Newsletter Bv ADA OR EN TEL AVIV Sine have • oecome cor: ther thai petitivi i thi %  --..(it •. %  run The ] i n sparsely in! L'moi ecenl %  I ng stock u %  %  -. AVJV and •-.: %  : %  %  %  '.'-'E • i Ithough I is the front ne the acquisition ol %  u • I exl %  %  I nths. I I :.: %  .... %  | • • %  • • %  %  ngesti and port. Fui .... the government's de:. but ways an nsultii B:ii I 5. In due 1 %  • • %  try's rail cei impossible 1 plete through-service %  the %  : • fferenl T ::. ending them. Remedial measures such as unification have been so far resisted successfully by the %  inter-urban lines, which do not fear stronger municipal control Now attempts are being made to play one ground of coops against the" other and thus impose some -are ol effective government supervision as to technical arrangements and fares. Despite the fact that rates are subject to government and city approval, all involved admit that cost computation is mostly a mattei >i work, as statistics do not to the several recall cooperatives whose bined fleets amount to little usand bust.-. N thing has materialized about %  tor thi ne 1 nd tax hi :h i event overcrowding in 1 to the detriment of calities. While the gov%  full men." II im• j in thi ••'• rests of nd the u kine and sen I .. st compan ..... • insti /ate tax I D( ,.., nment: El Al airlim • .'•I l %  • : :. • 1. has been 'oncession for thi • %  %  i %  ft • % %  %  :.' %  %  %  %  n trucks organized confreight, one group uniting the hundreds of lorries belonging to Kibbutzim. With the increase in railway haulage all had to reduce their excessive rates. Rumors of readiness on the part of foreign investors to finance the further expansion of the Israel transport field have died down. The sale of cars brought by tourists allegedly for their own use, which proved a fruitful source of illegal currency transactions, is now possible only through a government agency which allots them according to a priority list. Attempts have been made to purbuses in Britain and Sweden on credit or through Jewish capital in these countries, but so far only in negligible quantities. Tke f cw n f.nanced by the A^N are late in arriving anrf fice to replace ZrT\ 2 A 7 l 12 h 4 e f nd £"2*8 27.124 licensed motor veL eluding six thousand mo ,7 as against 20.000 last An, consumption of sas r "* by 40 percent, all 0 f it, in foreign exchange. /tabbi Joseph E. Racial 8 Michigan Ave^ Miami Beach Phona S-3595 HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES ig or Rosh Hashanah > %  %  • V i %  i.. • Sept. i v ,,...-. • 1 Simon April, Rabbi Berele Kelemer, Center and featuring Our Student Choir Reservations are now open a1 I MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL & CONGREGATION 101 Southwest 12th Avt Every Evening 8 to 10 P.M. •-pt Sabbat! or phone 9-4036 HEBREW SCHOOL REGISTRATION STARTS • 1 A I 15th, 1950 • Wi In August :6th • Thursday. August 17th • 10 A.M. to Noon lfi ite in 1 ttJemenl %  :.. : aunt ea, lobal greei 'ranc ides o pr< )epai uch igain vere ablis weei inly ;o fa ;hipu he spec sorts Englj Go binte state M i lan c Rabbi Tc Speak I H nofl '.: Ah IMtmte Ciftfc HOTEL I U N C H EO MS WEDDINGS BANQUETS Phon? (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY n to 1:30 P M EVERY TUESDAY to 7-00 P. V A VARIETY OP STARS IN THE LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC ttfl to o^r Special Feature :1J P.M "BUILDERS OF ISRAEL Narrator HAROLD SHAPIRO bottled anu L> it. Ly Southern Beverages 2055 N.W. 7th Ave., M-4 Phone 3-3121 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For i>,t> 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundayi Phono 4-3249 FOR lAfct&evtlS-Tie If your lmliy is on the way .. we'll scnJ yo ARSOLliTELY FREE and without obligation • agtf subscription to "BABY TALK" magazine -• dedicated to the health and welfare of Mothers and Babies. Each issue of this valuable, national monthly" packed full of authoritative pre-natal advice beneficial!* mothers-to-be and, helpful, interesting articles on '' care and training of your baby. Special features w' charming baby pi. tures make "Baby Talk" a d ligh' h A for mothirs-in-waiting and young mothers of tin) ''> Begin Your Free Subscription To "BABY TALK" To day I PHONE 82-3451 Ml Nirtaattt lib SlrttL Miami. flniU • Saktiwwr •' *>"" l "\^



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I PAGE TWO Jen is* FhrSdjari FRIDAY, I'll Say... July 16th. Landing in Hamburg felt as if I were :ending into a snake pit. Now will I be among mu ( • rturers, sadists, among a people whose nds could calmly note the reactions „f a human freezing to death. Some ex-Storm would no doubt liktto plunge a knife into along m my American clothes. an Schizophrt But I was entirely wrong. The Germans go about the humdrum of their daily routine with the meekof unliberated serf. In the streets one encommonplace men and women, short, tall. medium, people of dark and light shades, some others fat. It is this very mediocrity that makes all the nauseous propaganda of a Chamberlain and a Goebbels, of a Rosenberg and a Streicher so ludicrous. 1 .. v mder whether the affable hotel clerk was in the Gestapo. Did the subservient waiter, who bows and scrapes before you. gas people at Dachau? The lellow in the bus several seats behind, with the cut across his cheek, looks like an S.S. bully. But where an the host of closely-cropped brutalized goosesteppers who took such delight in fiendish torture? Then you recall the book and film "All Quiet On the Western Front." The gentle mail carrier becomes a martinet as soon as he gets into a uniform. Perhaps that explains the psychological duality in the German Fnedricli Nietzsche In the late 19th century, the philosophic Nietzsche coined the expression 'Herrenfolk. This original thinker gave out his famous analysis of the instinctive, aristocratic realities that equip a master race. Under and subservient to this ruling class are the nameless, faceless masses, who are fit only to obey the id. is of their betters. The "herd." according to Nietzsche, subscribes to a slavenmoral. a code of ethics for slaves, which makes it a virture to be obedient, docile, and eager to carry out the behests superiors. In The Land Of The Herrenfolk By HARRY SIMONHOFF AUGUST 1,1 Teutonic Stupidity This doctrine of the Superman and the Subinan was pounced on bv the Nazis with the avidity of bloodhounds. The joke is that the Germans were the last people on earth to whom Nietzsche would have applied his system. His writings contain the most scathing criticisms, the most scorching contempt tor German character and mentality, for its humorless, chain gang, robot psychology. Especially was he contemptuous of the Anti-Semite. He advocated the assimilation of Prussians and Jews as a means_ot improving the bovine dullness, the heavy-handed brutalitv of Junkerdom. In the Nazi state. Nietzsche would have gone with the very first batch to the concentration camp. Lack of Humor The traveler wonders whatever induced such commonplace people to believe themselves herrenjolk And here we come into the crux of the Centiai European problem. The German swallows the most fantastic propaganda if dinned often enough into his ears. Evidently, he has neither the judgment to discern the impossible, nor the humor to see the ridiculous. Imagine a French peasant calling nirnseii a Superman. Ridicule would drive him out of the village Even the Norweigans saw the absurdity ol being designated fellow heroes by the invading Nazis. "Never mind the honors," they answered, "Kindly leave our humble soil." Berlin July 18th. In the Russian sector of Berlin, young Germans stand guard before the Soviet public buildings. Numerous signs overhang what is left of the massive structures on the famous Unter-den-Linden. In different words and phrases, endlessly repeated, thev add up to: We want a united Democratic Germany. Down with Yankee Imperialism. We oppose the ricious American culture and Us false ideology. The uniformed boys stare at these signs all day 16ng. Thev differ but slightlv from the Nazi slogans of five years ago. Needless to say. the former Hitler youth "are now members of the Communist Youth Brigade. Its Western Sector But Russian propaganda makes little oi way in the Western Zone. When the Korea,i mentioned. Berliners in particular grow pan ; t en. They have good reason. Residents of L say three-fifths of their city was bombed. Bd can visualize destruction until he set i;. 'I the devastation is castastrophic. The A-BjT the H-Bomb can both be outlawed. ^ antiquated block buster can do is too terrifS words. Large gaps in the German Capitol the Roman Forum, which has been in 1500 years. The Nazi Mentality Germans feel resentful towards AmericansJ bombing of their cities. Yet strange to say, never identified with their devastation, is concerned over the possibility of an | Russian thrust. The Soviet threat seems d banished the Nazi era into the past. But the Nazi propaganda will be present until disci a newer ideology. If questioned, many Germ— admit the benefits of the Hitler regime. Thej] uncomfortable and disturbed if one points J their gloomy prospects, as well as their bombed were brought about by a megalomanic. WhJ madman, the fuehrer of a country smallnj Texas, would have dared to attack the So* declare war upon the U.S.A. Today the Tq mind at last appreciates the power in these i empires. The Jewish Phase They dislike any mention of the Jewish ra tion. It was wrong and hard to account for] German you speak with has or had Jewish f But the extermination of 6.000.000 Jews chambers is propaganda. They were well tred the air shelters during the bombing raids Jews in or out of Germany are better off th Aryans. So why not forget the whole thing. Registration At II To .. and in addi'ion. provides intensive Hebrew training, music api n and manual and ex| nal arts. The institution's facilities include large, any classrooms, a 400-seat auditorium with completely equipped stage, newly paved playground, library, clinic. I.il.-i IV.-irl HoaoS Tri llVta 4>roii| Lila P( %  ; of the Tri Bel.. : tile Miami Jewish Communil this T : i ttv Si. -up also i %  %  : S -. Caplan as vice | Ross, r< Elin ir Davis, i mding si Sandra Eileen Schumer, auditor: Francine Ma: k 'ain: and Sally Harelick, irms. fc forw Aradomy Monday Morning dining room and thoroughly modern kitchen. Transportation to and from school is provided. Classes are conducted five days a week. Monday through Friday. from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. During the current year, there will be classes from the first to seventh grades inclusive, as well as kindergarten groups for children from four to five and a half years. Dr. Andron and the members of the board have extended an invitation to members of the community to visit the academy and inspect its facilities. Workshop Will Present "Face To Face" Sunday Radio Workshop for Democracy will present "Face to Face" over radio station WMIE on Sunday. August 13. at 7:45 p.m. Cast includes M. J. Berliner. Gertrude Marx. Dave King. Roy Marx, Rose Kurner, Eleanor Zweigel and Judy Freeman. Mrs. Gertrude Marx directs the production, with Bernard Hutner, assistant director of the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League, serving as technical adviser. Steve Kessler is musical director. AS LOW AS 4% INTEREST MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA Wor varh 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEA(S COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5 High School Girls Nurse Maid Jobs S15 Weekly ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 High Holiday Ticket Committee Appointed David Whitman, president of Congregation Beth Jacob, has announced the appointment of a committee to assist in the sale of tickets for the High Holidays & ving with Whitman, who is chairman of the committee, are ph Cohen, Louis Feder, Ben Fox, Harry Sonx. Saul Genet, A. J. Safra, Mai Englander, Philip Schonkman and Marcie Liberman. Membei < of committee will se 1 tickets daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.. excepting Sabbath. I'ioiiwr Worn.-ii Plan Program I A program to be presented bv • the Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach on Sunday, August 20. at 8 p.m. at the Labor Lvceum. 25 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, will benefit the Child Rescue Fund, according to Mrs. Lena Mintzes. president. A one-act play, "A Day in Israel." nn Israeli movie, community singing and refreshments are on the agenda. I .iiii.ii ;i Chapter To Hold Picnic Tamara Chapter of the Mizrachi Women's Organization will sponsor a picnic on Sunday. August 13. at 11:30 a.m. at the home of Benjamin Adler, 853 Sunset Dr., South Miami. A barbecue lunch will be served at nominal prices and swimming and entertainment will he offered Reservations may be obtained bv calling 83-6885 or 86-8954. | Chairman of the event is Mrs. Israel Slotsky. Assisting her are the Mesdames Jack Kane. Philip Bloom. Albert Rosen. Seymour Polin. Sam Shugar, Alfred M. %  Swartz. 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FRIDAY. AUGUST 11. 1950 •• £*##> finrirtfari PAGE FIFTEEN LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THK LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,.,„, .„ NAME LAW NOTK a IS HKRKHY QIVBN that IARLICK, his wife, Lefcndant TO: WII.I.IAM A GARLICK and I.Y1MA B. QARLlCK, his wife VYapplnger Kails, Duchess County, New York M.I. PERSONS HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY INTEREST IN THE FOLLOWING LAND: Lot 18 of Block I of ENOLBWOOD, :i Subdivision according to tho Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook 7. page 38 of the Public Records of i lade > ,'ount) Florida. YOU, AND BACH OF TOD, are hereby notified that a suit has been hro'iirht against you by RALPH T and Hll.n JI'Al. SHERIDAN BEN 8TAREN JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Applicants 8/11-18-25 :• l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai tho undersigned, desiring to engag.in ME'MTVJSJSS ""• fictitious name of MO-MAC STORKS t m Bast Flagler Street, Inte with the Cl< I 'it'llCount thai a Hill h.is been intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Klorida. MURRAY SLATER MAX RUDEN POWELL and HILDA POWELL, hi* I Co-Partners wife, to quiet the title of the plaintiffs 8/11-18-25 9/1 and to remove certain clouds from the Bald title to the land hereinaliovc described, which are in Hade County. Klorida. and you are hereby required to file your appearance in this suit on or before the Xth day of September. 1950, otherwise the allegations of the bill of complaint In said suit will be taken as confessed by you. Dated, this 9th day of August, 19.10. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M MAX R SILVER Attorney for Plaintiffs 922 Seybold Building Miami. Florida f. 11-18-25 9/1 C. FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION | IN THE CIRCKIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR r>AI>E COirNTC FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 184426. IMARION D. COLVIN, Plaintiff, vs. I-I'IZ JOHN COLVIN, Defendant. YOU, FITZ JOHN COLVIN. SO %  Maiden' Lane, New York. New York |i22 Seybold Building;, .Miami. Klorida, %  I file the original Answer or Plead%  in the Office Of the Clerk of the i nil Court on or before the Nth day of September 1950, If you fall to do BO, Judgment by default will be taken ainst you for the relief demanded the Bill of Complaint. I MINI-: AND ORDERED at .Mlahil, lorida, this :• r 11 day ,,f August. 1950. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Klorida. Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE Deputy Clerk. kX R. SILVER Seybold Building mi. Kiel lii:i Ittorney fen.-Plaintiff 11.18-25 A -—i— __ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Uv v" e K^l"** letter Service at 798 N. W. t>7th Street, Miami, Klorida, intends to register said name with Hie -Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 8/1,-18-25 9 jr KOV RK '" SBGAL NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH .iriMCIAL CIRCUIT !•', ,-'v!.'!,''-"" A IX AX K l! Al "' ; l'.'Vl l( ~~ CHANCERY, No. ABEDNIGO H. SEYMOUR. Plaintiff, vs. ,11 ST1NA SEYMOUR, Defendant. SI IT KOI! DIVORCE rO! Justlna Seymour, '"are No. 4. 1'1'S West lL'tb street. New Fork City, N. Y. You are herein notified of Complaint for DIvorci filed agalnsl you, and you are required %  rve a copy of your Answer or Ing to the Hill of Complaint on plaintiffs Attorneys, KATZ, •I I.I.Kit ft CCLBREATH, M7-53-Seybpld Bldg .Miami. Klorida. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office pf the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the :,th .lay of September I860. If you tall to do so, judgment by default will be taken again.-! you ror the relief demanded In the Bill or ( omplaint. This notiee shall be published once each week for four consecutive Weeks in The Jewish Kloridian DONE AND Florida, thl 1980, Pie the NOTICE BY PUBLICATION [I THE CIRCCIT COCRT OF THE ELEVENTH JCDICIAL CIRCUIT OK FMHtlDA. IN AND FOR DADE ilNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. .11 -NE B. GREEN HERO, Plaintiff, vs. SEYMOUR GREENBERO, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SEYMOUR GREENBERO, o .Manhattan Beach Hotel, I ill West End Ave.. Brooklyn, New York You, SEYMOUR GREENBERO, are %  hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to '• I v a copy of your Answer or Pleading; to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, Milton A. 'in'.'ii. 1021 Seybold Hldg., .Miami. { %  % %  • and file the original Answer or leading in the office of the Clerk 01 the Circuit Court on or before the Mil day of September, 1950. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you for the %  %  •• I demanded In the BUI of Comaint. This notice shall be ptfblished once eh week for four consecutive weeks Die Jewish Kloridian. I'DNE AND ORDERED at .Miami, this 8th day of August, A.D. E B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk. 1 II. NII Court, Dade County, Klorida %  I Court Seal) By K. .1 GOULD, ,,, Deputy Clerk MILTON A, FRIEDMAN Seybold Hldg., .Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff • v II-IS-L'.-, 8 i NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,. N OT l CE ,s HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Mark Construction Co. at 920 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv Florida. LEO MARK Sole Owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Seybold Building 8/11-1S-25 9/1 — %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SANS SOUCI ESTATES at BOS Olympia Building. .Miami, Klorida. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorida. B18CAYNE BOCLEVARD ESTATES, INC. Side I Iwiler A.Mi is BENJAMIN Attorney for Biscayne Boulevard Estates, Inc. 8/11-18-25 9/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RANCH HOUSE at 5401 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Klorida. HALCO, INC. ELI BREOKR Attorney for applicant 235 Lincoln Road S/4-11-18-25 ORDERED at Miami, 4th day of August, AD. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ,„. %  "" r urt. Dade County, Klorida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEKJE, KATZ, FULLER & CULBREATH. •i4,-53 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, Attorneys for Plaintiff 8/11-18-25 9/1 ,..• n., N OT,CE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT !:, „. A Nn FOR DADE COPNTV, %  M-'-n ~ IN PROBATK No In Re:'ESTATE OF S,D ££Y,.Sr HWARTZ also known as SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hcrebv notlfied and required to present any calms and demands which von, or either of you, may have against the estate of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also known as Sidney M. Schwartz, deceased, late of Dade Countv, Florida to the Hon. w. F, BLANTON, Countv Judge of Dade County and 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 barred. Selection 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date July 24. AD. 19S0. MARLBNE SCHWARTZ. As Administratrix of the Estate Of Sidney Schwartz, also known as Sidney M. Schwartz, Deceased. MYERS, HETMAN \KAPLAN Attorneys for Administratrix 7/28 9/4-11-18 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, KNOX DISTRIBUTORS, TOWN VINTNKRS, EDI&'ON DISTRIBUTORS and COLONY WINE CO. OF FLA, at 890 N. W. 13th Street. Miami. Florida, and at 12260 N. E, 13th Court. North Miami, Florida, Intend to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK MARION FREHLING ROSE KRAMER JEROME BLANK in... I'KlCE BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 7 28 8 I-11-1S iv MM? T,CE BY PUBLICATION ,• %  ..'• flRCUIT COURT OF THE LI-.\ ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT rLl IRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE TY. — IN CHANCERY, No. i (il I 14574 u\K'XKEENAN, Plaintiff, vs. •MAR* A KBJCNAN, Defendant. iToM iSU'T ''""" DIVORCE ITO. MAIM A. KEENAN, %  MO 88rd Street, %  l.lekson Heights, Long Island, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill [omplaint for Divorce lias been iied agalnsl you, and you are reined I,, serve a copy of your Answer 'leading to the Bill of Comnlatnl 'a.plaintiffs Attorneys, Myers, n Kaidan, 650 Seybold Buthl wwnii, Florida, and file the ,;-'i'-i Answer or Pleading in the ol the i lerk of the Circuit Court %  • ion the 8th day of Septeml 1 you fail to do so, judgment i>> win be taken against you for •' demanded In the Bill of nt. I his notice shall be published once %  n week for four oonsectitlve weeks ,,, ';:,.-lewisb Florldlan. ""NK AND ORDERED at Miami. %  this 7th day of August, A.D. I'll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY lilVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of S. .v.B. BLANK, also STATE BEVERAGES and also STATE BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS at lil'O N.W. 13th Street, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorida. SAMUEL BLANK BEATRICE BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN AlKAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 7/28 8/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FIX1RIDA, IN AND Kill! DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1338,6. JAMES GEROCK TEPLY. Plaintiff, vs GLADYS ELIZABETH TEPLY, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Gladys Elizabeth Teplv, 60 Church Street. Wlllimantic, Connecticut You, Gladys Elisabeth Teply. are 'hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been* filed against you, and you are required to servo a copy Of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. Richard G. Taylor, 813 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 25th day of August I960. 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, D'iNE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this :'". da] of July, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Cl.-rk. 7/2S S/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, 184190. TE8SIE IMPAVIDO, Plaintiff, vs. BALVATORE IMPAVIDO, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BALVATORE IMPAVIDO 2583 East 6th Street Brooklyn, N. v. You, BALVATORE IMPAVIDO, are herein notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, ami you are required to serve a copj of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on tinplaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN ESQ., 823 Seybold Hldg., Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the IS day of August, 1950. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will lie 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 Kloridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 18 day of July, A.D. 1950 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. BEN ESSEN, ESQ., SL'I! Seybold Hldg., Miami. Honda Attorney for Plaintiff 7/21-28 8/4-11 R. WII^SON. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the Fictitious Name Statute, that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HALS DELICACY SHOP (not incorporated) 966 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, r lorida. intend to register said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk or th.. Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAHOLD GLIST BEN KAMIN8KY Owners IRVING CYPEN 420 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Florida, Attorney for Applicants. "/21-2S S/4-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY. No. II COUNTY. — 1341ft; In the .Matter of: ADOPTION BY HERBERT M \ VI.ANI i. ,,f ROBERT H KOSTOFF TO: JOHN PAUL KOSTOFF HURLEYVILLE, NEW YORK YOU are hereby notified thai a petition for adoption has i ,, r i for the .-uiopti if the minor child, Ri IBERT II. KOSTOFF, In the nl styled Court, by the Petltl ir in the above cans.-. such petition Is filed agalnsl i IU as the natural parent of this ml child and yon are hei ebj re lulred to serve a copy of your answer objections t,, the granting of Bald petition of adopt ion on the pel I mer'a attorney and file the original thereof In the office of the Clerk of the Court on or before the 18th day of August. A D. 1950, otherwise said petition Of adoption heretofore f|l,.,| hen n will be taken as confessed !•* >u DONE AND ORDERED this istrt day of July. A.D. 1950, E, B LEATHERMAN, brk of the Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida, icirc uit Court Seal) By C. R. WILSON. -., Deputy Clerk. OSCAR RAPPAPORT, Attorney for Petitioner Tie Seybold Building Miami, Klorida 7/21-38 g, 4-U NOTICE UNDFR 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.E. 1st Street, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. JACK HoRNER. INC. BLACK, PEARLMAN .-.COOPER Attorneys for Applicant 7/21-28 8/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, OF KLORIDA, IN AND FOR I)ADE|AH k fault E. it. WEATHERMAN, Clerk, ICir.ni? V. '""''• "•"'• %  County, Florida. f "Olit ( ourt Seal, Seal, By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Cerk. HVERS HEIMAN K^LAS, pu^m % pia i,,ff COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No, 184676. KLORENCE LUCIIESSK. Plaintiff, vs. FRANK LUCHE8SE, Defendant. SUIT Knit DIVORCE TO: FRANK LUCHESSE L'IIS East Hath Street New York, New fork You are hereby notified that a Bill of ('omplaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve B copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, WASMAN. WEINKLE •>. %  KE8SLER, 346 Seybold Building, Miami. Klorida. and file the il Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or before the r.th day of September, 1950. If you fail to jo BO, .judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each Weak for four consecutive Weeks ill The Jewish Kloridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Klorida. this 7 day ol August, A.D. mr.o. E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Ciroull Court, Dade County, Klorida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk, WASMAN. WEINKLE & KESSLEK 346 Seyhold Building Miami, Klorida Attorneys for Plaintiff 8/11-18-23 9/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag,in business under the fictitious name of WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES at 1127 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Klorida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Count;', Florida. CALL WEINKLE AARON WEINKLE LEO A CHAIKIN MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN I'"Applicants NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged In business under the fictitious name of KI/iRIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE, at 520 Wesl Flagler Street, .Miami, Dade Countv. Florida, and intends to regisOr the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Made County, Florida. BELLE GREENBERO CHERTKOF AND KALISH Attorneys fi"7 Olympia Building Miami, Klorida 7/21-28 8/4-11 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE HTH JCDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 134198 JOHN B. STEVENS, Plaintiff, vs. WILHELMINA STEVENS. Defendant. TO: WILHELMINA STEVENS 201 West !Rth Street New York, New York You are hereby notified that n Bill "f Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are hi required to serve a copv of your answer to the Bin of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer in the office ,,f thl Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 19 day ,.f August, I • otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against i .11 Dated this 19 day of .lulv. 1950. E. P.. LEATHERMAN. Cl-rk of the Clrcull C %  .it. (> IrCUlt Court Seall By R. II. RICE, Ji: Deputy Clerk. GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Klorida 7 2\-H 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 MAYOR'S and also MAYOR JEWELRY, at If. N. E. Isl Avenu.. Miami. Florida, intend to register said i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad,Countv, Klorida. SAMUEL GETZUG ELSIE GETZUG IRVING A. GETZUG Applicants MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, N I 2 I486 In Re: ESTATE OF LENA CooK, I deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Hiving i Malms or I "emands Againa Estate: You, and each of you, are hi ebj notified and required to present claims and demands which you, or either of you, maj have agalnsl the • %  state of Lena l '...ik. ,i—asi d Of Dade County. Klorida. to ':.. II a w F, Blanton, County Judge ..f I •.. |< County, and file the sain.iii h ofl ill the County Courthouse i-, |i,,i. County, Klorida. w illiin eight months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal ad of the claimant and to be sworn to presented as aforess d, tm< will be barred. See Section '.-'" of the 1933 Probate Aet. I 'ate July 18, A.D ALBERT COOK, As Executor "f the Last w %  Testament of Lena Cook, De censed. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attomej -• for Executor 7 21-28 s 4-11 7/28 S/4-11-1S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, KLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No, 184471. CHARLES BHAPIRO, Plaintiff, vs. SADIE SHAPIRO, Defendant. To: SADIE BHAPIRO c o Mrs. Abraham I'rasmau 283 East 171 St Street Bronx, New York You, SADIE SHAPIRO, are hereby notified that a Bill Of Complaint for 1 llvorc* has been filed again: and you are required to serve a copy or your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorneys, Gene) .v.Genet, I-" Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file %  01 Iglnal Answer or l'l. ad Ing in the office of the Cbik of the Circuit Conn on or before the 4th day of September, 1950. If you fail to do BO, judgment by default will be taken aga l nsl i.m for the relief demanded In the BUI ol Complaint. DONE and ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this 1 day of August. 1950. E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. 8/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under th,. fictitious name of READY.ROAST at 216 Tjji Street, Miami Beach. Klorida. Intend to register said name wiih the Clerk of I he circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK BERKE LOU EBENSTEIN JOSEPH PARDO Attorney for Applicants nil Sovhold Building 7/21-28 8/4-11 NOTICE I will not be responsible for ai ] debts Incurred by anyone other than myself o., or after August i.-i with Ace fimploj menl %  :. 1st Avenue, VI u mi, Fla. SAM OREENBERd 8/4-11-18 S i connection civic,', LIT N. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Fl IR I >ADE COUNTY l'l.' iRfl A IN CHANCERY, No I2827H-B STELLA STEGER, Plaintiff, vs. Ml IRRIS STEGER, Defendant. TO: MORRIS BTEGER a LAUREL PARK HOTEL SOUTH FALLSBURG, N. Y. You are recpiir, cp to serve B ,,,py of; your answer to the Amendment to Bill of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiffs attorney and to file the original answer In the Offli e of the cbik of the circuit Coin: on or before the 28th da) "f August. A.D otherwise th.. said Amendment i" Bll of Complain) heretofoi • filed het %  In will I," taken as confessed by you DATED al Miam). Florida, th day of July, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Ctel h .a the circuit Court. I lade < 'ount). Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor NORM AN R. LYONS 914 Olympia Building Miami, Florida. 7/28 8/4-11-18 STOCKING, Deputy Lierk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE riRCUIT COURT I >F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLL IRIDA, IN AND F( IR DADB COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No I341S2. BERNICE WEISS. Plaintiff, i i WEISS, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: LEO WEISS l 12 Wint. i Avenue S'taUn Island, New Yolk You, LEi u KISS, ire hereby notli • 'i thai Bill of c'..in!.:.,it | for I I force has been filed agal %  • II are required to .-. n of ) our \ %  sit .1 or l'l.-a.ling t Bill of Co ..ii the pi i M'.iffs Attorney, ROBERT M. DEEIll.. 10! Si i bold B Idlng, Miami :;.'. Fl and file th iglnal Answer or I i iIng in the ., trice ,,r the Cli of the 1 i : Courl on o befo e th 18th day ol August, 19." X If you fail to I idgmenl i you r..r the relief demanded m tlm Bill of Complaint. This noti.e shall be published once each w.-k for four conseoutlvi u. In The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 1Mb day of Julv. A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Clrcull Court, I >ade County, Fl %  (Circuit Courl Seal) By WM. W. ROBERT M DELHI, :•••-, Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 7 21-28 1-11 S'l'c ICKINO, Depul> Clerk. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN : illowing desci. ed prop be sold al public aui tlon day of August. 1950 at 1 •V .M at tl ffl of Mol to in Suite 257, 120 Lin city of .Miami Beach, Ooqsjtv of D State of Plot ida. to-wit: 40 shares, Capital Stock of Elmeroy Venel in Bill & Company, Certificate No. :. April 18, 1948 I shall offer the aforesaid f'roperty to the highest bidder for cash in hand. Dated at Miami I:. ,, K p this 27th day of July. 1930. Mi 'LION ROTHENBERO, Attorney for Joseph Fiungipont. 8/4-18



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1950 •Jmlgil nrrirftfin arin Reimer Becomes §4rs. Arthur Drexel Living at 1450 Meridian Ave., ^liami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. \-;)iur Drexel, whose marriage .. place on July 14 at the home E Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. A reeption in the Sherry Frontenac Jl itel followed the ceremony. The former Miss Karin Reimer, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert PAGE NINE Eva Rosner Wed To Bernard Krausman Miss Eva Rosner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rosner, 2385 S.W. 26th St., became the bride of Bernard Krausman of New York City on July 25. The double ring service took place at the home of Mr. and Personally Speaking v->* Mrs. Arthur Drexel t'v.nvT. New York, attended Conbia University. Oswego State Betters' College and is now atpding the University of Miami. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and rs Martin Drexel. 1676 Collins tf Miami Beach, attended the pversity of Miami and was Bduated from the University of lrida. He is employed by the krida Power & Light Company |>wing to its great depene'vnee monsoon rains. India is |e liable to crop failure than other country. fOOIf FELTON Matt re d'. Jack Goldman's Hickory House '*• % %  o 11 most every night I greet Uiy tourists at the door of the I House, and just in this i I've become familiar with name of FARR TRAVEL JENCIES. I was amazed—and 1 be, too—at the number of clients who rave about the service long after completed lainly means that Parr s far and away the best in and tour arrangements. FAKR CTS TOURS CRUISES Mrs. Lloyd Marks Lloyd Marks, Bride Return From North Following a wedding trip to New York. Lloyd Stanley Marks fnd his bride, the former Myra Horowitz, are residing at 1035 S.W. 3rd St. The couple exchanged vows Julv 16 in trie home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward j Horowitz. 1338 Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach. The bride wore a white tulle •' gown over slipper satin, a head| piece of white sweet peas secur, ing a shoulder-length veil and carried a bible adorned with orchids. Miss Shirley Horowitz attended her sister as maid of honor. Burton Stewart Marks was his brother's best man. Thsy are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Marks, 901 S.W. 3rd St. Miss Leonore Joy Tashman was junior bridesmaid and Sheldon I Jay Tashman served as ring bearer. The bridegroom received his bachelor's degree from the UniI versity of Miami and is now i studying law there. He is a memj beF of Alpha Phi Omerga fratI ernity. The former Miss Horowitz also attended the university. Ruth Zimmerman Betrothal Told Betrothal of Miss Ruth Yoyce Zimmerman to Melvin S. Richardson, son of the Alexander Richardsons. 16 Star Island, Miami Beach, has been anounced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zimmerman, 1015 8th St., Miami Beach. The bride-elect is a graduate of the University of Miami, where she majored in psychology. Mr. Richardson graduated from Miami Beach High School and the University of Florida, where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi. He is program chairman of the Miami Beach Zionist District and is associated with Richardson Furniture Company. Mrs. Bernard Krausman Mrs. I. Leb, Miami Beach, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Attendants included Mrs. Sidney Gubernick, matron of honuor, and Max Rosner, brother of the bride, who served as best man. For her wedding, the former Miss Rosner chose a pink lace dress with navy blue accessories. The couple left immediately after the ceremony for a New York honeymoon and will reside at Youngsville, N. Y. Following a three-monlh visit with their children and grandchildren in Flushing, L. I., Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein are back in Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lesser of West Palm Beach recentlyreturned from a visit with relatives in Rome, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. William Gold announce the birth of a son in Good Samaritan Hospital, West Palm Beach. The mother is the former Marion Gold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gold, pioneer residents of Belle Glade. She is a graduate of the University of Miami. -* Back in West Palm Beach after a visit to Worcester, Mass., their former home, are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sher. + -* Vacationing at the Tides Hotel for the month of August are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wald of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. Wald recentlyreturned frcm Ottawa, Canada, where he attended a conference of the World Organization of the Teaching Profession. At the meet he was introduced to the delegates of 26 nations. Mr. Wald is also chairman of the Mizrachi Youth Commission. •* %  On Sunday, August 6, Mr. and Mrs. London celebrated the bris of their son, Bert. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fishman left Sunday for Buffalo, N. Y., and Washington, D. C. In Buffalo, they will visit their daughter, Mrs. Ida Powsner, and her family, and in Washinaton, their I son, Dr. Samuel Fishman, and his family. | Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pazol, left Sunday for Columbus and Atlanta, Ga„ where he will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Taub, 262 N.W. 41st Ave., announce the birth of a son, Mitchell Irwin, on August 2 at Doctors' Hospital. + Mrs. Louis Zeientz attended the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Carrie Jagy, who died in Brooklyn, N. Y., on July 19. -If Vacationing in Boston are Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Issenberg, 145 S.W. 48th Ct. The Miamians were in Massachusetts for the arrival of a new grandson, born to their daughter in Beth Israel Hospital on July 22. They plan to return here about August 22, following the Pidyan Haben. Reception Scheduled The Labor Zionist Council of Greater Miami will sponsor a reception in honor of the return of Jerry Shulman from Israel on Wednesday evening. Auus* 23. at the Miami Beach Youth Center. The affair will also serve as a sendoff for Zvi Goldberg, who is leaving for the Jewish state to attend a seminar. Both young men are active members of the Greater Miami Habonim. The absentee ballot was first used during the Civil War, when 11 Union states permitted men aosent on army duty to vote, ac! cording to the Encyclopaedia j Britannica. 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. MIAMI 1st Ave. S OLDEST FURNITURE Ph. 3-2667 MOVERS To Fete Kaplans The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Tfilah will tender a dinner 'in honor of the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kaplan on Sunday. August 27. Mr. Kaplan is past president of the congregation. Tickets for the affair may be obtained at the synagogue office. IMPRESSIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES will be held at The Hebrew Academy 918 Sixth Street (Corner Jefferson Ave.) Miami Beach Cantor Lester Rhine of New York will chant the services During the Forthcoming Holidays Rash Hashona loin K ippur Monday Evening, Sept 11 Tuefdav. Sot. 12 Wednesday Evening. Sept. 20 Wednesday. Sept. 13 Thursday. Sept. 21 Tickets May Be Procured At The Academy End mealtime tiffs—let flavor-guarded Beech-Nut Foods coax Baby's appetite! When doctor recommends solids, sec how Baby appreciates the wonderful variety of Beech-Nut Foods. Every our is jlavor-guartltii '. When nourishment tastes good, mealtime's happy for yu,too! Babies love them ...thrive on them BMch-Nut CEREALFOOD BMl BBB Beech-Nut FOODSA BABIES ^^^^^ %  K. Mmm i if ^ m*]



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jmisttftoriull : the J -ians '.-•".. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned desiring to engage In the fictitious name of Ll'CKY PR" 'I "I'CTS ''''.. Not ll U | N.W • d St., M iml %  '• %  intend the Clerk ........ HKKM VN R SPRINGER OLIVER RATE DE i -OSTAS, M ; 'YD .. -: : • •--:• AJC Praises Truman For Stand On Loan To Spain NEW YORK, (JTA)-Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the American Jewish Congress, issued a statement lauding President Truman for denouncing the U.S. Senate's action in voting a $100,000.000 loan to the Spanish government. "America's leadership of the democratic world, enhanced by President Truman's prompt and forthright action in the Korean crisis, has been gravely impaired" by the Senate's action, he said. Obituaries MRS. ROSE PIERSON vi ,,f sun N. Miami Ave., paswd %  Vv Miguat 3 In a lo.al hor>lta s :'• ,s Solved by h.-r ln,Hban, .,„,,,,!,. -I..,-."... Mrs. K;a Loeffcl Mi* %  nltn nnd M ": R2S cooperman. Service* wer; held a t the fjordon Pmral Chapel wtti fntermenl following in fit #be Cemetery. MRS RACHEL RUBIN S5, or 310 N. W. 4th St.. passed away 'on August S. She was the widow of the late Jacob Rubin and resided In i Miami for the past 26 years, CVfllM here from Cbarleaton, B. i, *>>e %  survived by three sons, Harry. Sol and Morrisfive grandchildren ana rour great K randehildren. Services were conducted at Gordon Kunera ( hapel with interment following in Woodlawn Park Cemetery. SAMUEL SAROWIT2 89, or toil I N. Miami ,\v,. „„ away on August He came her, ?** years ago from Vlneland Nt T leaves one son. Jack; thro.. IU,,„K. Mrs. Mary Llpits. Mrs. KoUtoTuS and Mrs. Hetty l.evim-. ,| Jacob. Solomon and Harrv .,„ %  %  sister, Mrs. Yetta Fbrman" V,",' l were conducted in Gordon i\ Chanel with Interment following ,"'J 1 Nebo Cemetery. '" *t. JACK HELLMAN 40, of 729 Euclid Ave rtH—n ., on August 2. Mr. Hellman SS.'J2 ten years ago from New York, H was the mnnneer of the left Hotel, Miami Beach. SumvtaTS his widow. Lucille: mother. Mr, 8 Hellman, both of Miami Beach-si?! sister! Services were conducted ,t Riverside Memorial Chapel \IJI*. Beach, with interment following in AI>E IN CHANCERY N i %  SHAI ria ntlff vs '. i.\ .-im Sfl i : Tti SULToN s.'l.x -. ._•%  • %  V MILTON SHAY, an hen thai • you, i e.quii ed M • .. cop) Pleading t<> the 11 f f i A Friedman, 1023 Miami, Florida, and \: -... ef Clerk of the the y day rail to d< taken f c %  %  -, %  • ed once w .-.-i,. NE AND ORDEREP A.|. %  E D LEATHERSIAN, %  e Count I lit VVSI \V. STOCKING. 1.. .. MILTON A FRIEDMAN M for 1 lalntiff i CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 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 — 3-0754 War Free Pick Up and Delivery Buy Real Quality at a Real Savings U. S. IOYAI MASTER U.S.IOYAl %eMtxc U. $. nor At WE otay SUCH mis in THE -WORLD, GET THIS^^yCHANGE-OVER OFFER! top ALLOWAN for unused mileage in your present fire*. Payment TERMS or charge at your con3 One week FREE TRIAL ride on your own venience. Compare these advantages with any other tires + R0YLTZX new safety tread device -holds where tires never held before. if Everlasting Whitewalls no more curb-scuff and abrasion. &f Renewable tread — up to 60% more safe miles. ic If it isn't a Royal, it isn't "Air Ride." •fa Chosen for the finest new cars! if Produced by world-famous U. S. Rubber craftsmen. A Highest mileage at lowest cost best tire value in the market today. if Full lifetime guarantee. HURRY IN TOMH LIMITED OFFER-LIMITED TIME! ONLY $ fk CO For FuUy Guaranteed K ,JU Factory Type Full Cap 6 6.00x16 Exchange. No Discounts. u d oy f w hat^kuy!t A Quarter Century of Progress in Greater Miami Easy Uudget Terms — Eftgfe Aa ^ lM Per WeP k NORTON d'Sfc TWO STORES 500 W. FLAGLER ST Ph. 3-4639 MIAMI BEACH1454 ALTON ROAD Ph. 5-5115 Louis E. Pallet. President



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IliexwiislhJEIIioipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JME 23—NUMBER 32 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS iel Will Issue Appeal To Soviet To mit Jewish Emigration To Israel 1 1 sracl To Offer | Medical Aid In Korea tTEL 4VIV (JTA)—The precise tUSALEM (JTA) — Israel j of the Israel Federation of Labor nature of the medical aid offered address a formal appeal to • —introduced a motion requesting by the government of Israel to bviet government to permit i that Israel "give reply to the lies the United Nations for use on the nigration of Jews from the concerning the U.N. call for asKorean war front will be made to the Jewish state, it was sistance in the Korean conflict, public within a few days, it was need here this week, in. Dr. Sneh also demanded that announced here by Foreign jment. The text of the apparliament engage in a discussion being prepared by the of various problems facing the n Affairs Committee of the forthcoming session of the U.N. ket. making this announcement, an Aharonowitz, chairman of foreign Affairs Committee, that the appeal will be In as a "Let My People Go" General Assembly in September, especially the question of admitting Spain to the United Nations and the problem concerning the status of Jerusalem. The parliament decided that these He made the announcement | problems should be discussed by ,-ing a motion introduced by | its Foreign Affairs Committee. Kook, Herut deputy, asking Although the Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. A cable informing the United Nations of Israel's decision to send medical assistance to the U.N. forces in Korea was sent by Mr. Sharett to U.N. Secretary-General Trvgve Lie. Reiterating that the Israel government will support the efforts of the U.N. Security Council to restore peace and security in it open adiscuuioil : Ministry "remains officially in'fei Korea Mr. Sharett's message exsituation of the Jews in Aviv, various foreign diplomats pressed satisfaction with the Evict Union and appeal to | have recently begun to contact Soviet Unions resumption of pw to permit the emigration the Ministry through its Jeru-1 participation in the meetingsof lose Soviet Jews who might salem headquarters, it was reTto go to Israel. vealed here this week. Foreign k-ign Minister Moshe Sharett \ Minister Sharett this week reLed the holding of any such \ ceived at his Jerusalem office the ssion. There were also j Netherlands Minister to Israel, A. jv scenes in the Knesset ] Nederbracht, and the Iranian Dr. Moshe Sne*h. leader of j diplomatic envoy to the new state, lapam—the pro-Soviet wing I M. Safrini. Israel Merchants Oppose Rationing, Knesset Conducts Emergency Session TEL AVIV (JTA)—Life in this metropolitan citv of Isrcal stood at a standstill this week when all stores, restaurants and cafes closed down following the call of the Merchants Associlion to strike in protest against the recent law which introducsd rationing of shoes and clothing in the country. In contrast to the privatelythe U.N. Security Council, cable then stated: The owned commercial establishments, the cooperative food shops managed by Tnuva—controlled by the Israel Federation of Labor—remained open. Pharmacies similarly remained open, while artisans shops are functioning in accordance with a decision adopted by the Artisans Association not to participate in the merchants' liament to withdraw their sup;from the government on i's rationing policy because it afi %  private enterprise. The decision said that the withdrawal of the Mizrachi members from the Israel Cabinet should also be considered. The Tel Aviv Chamber of Commerce, the Merchants Association and the General Fedi ihbi De Koven Accepts Call To ipit Of Gables Congregation bi Ralph De Koven has acI Chicago and was ordained the call to the pulpit of" to Srst Jewish Congregation of Gables, according to Abe "Surrounded by states which have jointly carried aggression and war against Israel and which refuse to negotiate a peace settlement despite the Security Council's injunctions, whilst pursuing an active program of large-scale armament, vigilance and preparedness are dutifully imposed upon Israel's armed forces and its people. "Nevertheless, the Israel government deems it its duty to give strike pending negotiations with tion of Middle-Class Traders distributed leaflets warning the government, parliament and the public against "the danger of th prevailing regime of ordinances and the detrimental rationing system imposed." Meanwhile, all shops, restaurgraby Square, in the^center of Tel! ants and cafes in Jerusalem were the Ministry of Supply. More than 20,000 persons attended a meeting protesting against the economic policy of the government. The meeting, sponsored by the extreme right Herut Party, took place at Moin Israel by the chief rabbi. He BBS* !" Vermont 31 and I P-tical expression for its stand Middlebu^y College. \%J&£%? h'S of thl The rabbi is married and the United Na ti 0 ns in the task it asfather of two children, a 15-year! sumed Under the present cirold daughter and a nine-year-old | cumgta nces, the most effective 1 assistance is an offer of medical aid for the United Nations forces in Korea." No-Hoard Pledges i Israel Purchases 2 10DC ASked At RallY Constellations In US. TEL AVIV (JTA)—Two Constellations purchased in the U.S. Rabbi Ralph De Koven loff. president. He will assume duties on September 1. The new spiritual leader has en in the rabbinate since 1932 |d has held pulpits in Chicago, psconsin and Minnesota Born in jin-ago, he obtained his secular ication at the Univ ersity of fionist Congress o Meet Dec. 20 [JERUSALEM (JTA) — The lorld Zionist Congress will take lace December 20 in Jerusalem, iahu Dobkin announced this Bek at a press conference. He lid that elections to the Congress Bd already been held in a numfcr of smaller countries. (Mr. Dobkin said that Zionist rties in the United States will 3t hold elections but will receive 10 seats as follows: General No-hoard pledges will be asked of all who attend a "mobilization day" rally slated for Monday, August 14, in Bayfront Park. The meeting will be held under the auspices of the local posts of the Jewish War Veterans. Burnett Roth, co-chairman of the rally, disclosed that at the same time merchants in Greater Miami will be asked to pledge that they will not "arbitrarily" i increase the prices of their merchandise. Merchandising and distribution specialists will discuss the evils of hoarding and price spiralling at the rally, he said. He listed other speakers as J. N. Lummus, vice chairman of the Dade County Security Defense Council, who will describe security measures likely in event of total war, and F. W. T. Smith, vice president of the Florida State Federation of Labor, who will discuss labor's role in the event of total mobilization. Rabbi Morris Skop, chaplain of the Veterans Hospital, will offer a special prayer for United Nations soldiers fighting in Korea. are due to arrive in Israel next month to be used for regular flight operations, it was announced this week at ceremonies here marking the completion of the first year of air service by El Al airlines. Aviv. A resolution adopted at the meeting called upon President Weizmann to intervene into the "critical situation," to disband the parliament and to order new parliamentary elections. Mizrachi orthodox merchant and their followers decided to urge the Mizrachi'members in the parFrance Grants Loan To Israel TEL AVIV. (JTA)—The French government initialed a $15,000,000 loah to Israel, it was announced here. The loan was granted as a result of negotiations conducted in Paris between David Horowitz, director-general of Israel's Finance Ministry, and the French Minister of Finance. A Rumanian trade delegation left Israel for Rumania following the conclusion last week of negotiatiori*rior a series of barter I Israel—unrestricted agreements under which Israel will receive frozen kosher meat, wheat, timber, cattle, onions and chemicals in exchange for penicillin, precision instruments, citrus and other products. kept closed in protest against the rationing of shoes and clothing. The only establishments roe" were the cooperative Histadrut stores and the shops run by th i Ata textile factory. They were heavily guarded by police. No in1 cidents were reported. | Huge crowds lined up in front I of the Jewish Agency building %  where parliament is meeting, in an effort to witness the session a I (which the government's rationin:-,' i policy was taken up for discusi sion. The debate opened with speeches by three members of the Cabinet defending the government's economic policy in general and its rationing policy in particular. The three were: Finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan. Labor Minister Golda Myerson. and Minister of Communicatijns David Remez. The three ministers pointed out that one paramount task faces immigration and its absorption, and that all means at the state's disposal must be subjected to achievement of this task. "There is only one (Continued on Page 4) UN Nears Solution On Border Incident LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)—U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie indicated that United Nations authorities in Palestine were nearing a solution of the Lebanese plane incident rael's northern border. Replying to a question at his weekly news conference, Mr. Lie reported that the U.N.'s mixed armistice commission, in dealing with the incident, had been in .contact with both the Lebanese lonists, 33; Hadassah, 33; Labor| a n d Israel governments. "I think fonists, 25; Mizrachi, 12: Hapoel j they are very close to reaching a amizrachi, 7; Hashomer Hatzair] satisfactory solution," he_ added Dr. Narot Here To Fill Pulpit Of Temple Israel may yet grow, lso plan to stress the underDr Joseph R. Narot, new spiritual leader of Temple Israel. | wherein i will be formally presented to the congregation at Sabbath J* of human behavior services this Friday at 8:15 p.m. The introduction will be made by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, the temple's rabbi emeritus. At this time the 37-year-old rabbi, who succeeds the late Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. will conduct his initial services and preach on "My Faith and Program." Following the service, a reception will be held in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Narot. The young religious leader, who arrived last week with his wife and two children from Atlantic City where he has held the pulpit j j of Reform Congregation Beth I Israel for ten years, announced 11 that he will emphasize Judaism i j recent i in his work here, on Isppam, 3; and Revisionists, 6. The Jewish Agency official disposed that 450,000 Shekolim had Iready been sold in Israel, makjg Israel's the largest delegation the Congress. Elections to the pngress will be held in the Jewstate at the end of October. He said, however, that U.N. headquarters had still not received a report on the details of the incident, in which an Israel fighter plane intercepted the flight of a Lebanese transport charged by Israel with having crossed the Jewish state's border. "Too many Jews fail to appreciate the validity of Judaism j in the modern world," Dr. Narot said. "I strongly believe that there is a great need for Judaism! today. Its message is as urgent and vital as ever. "The reasons are inherent in Judaism," he continued. "Its responsiveness to knowledge, the stress that it lays on moral and ethial principles, the profound respect that it has for other faiths and other peoples, its insistence of pure monotheism—all these Dr. Joseph R. Narot In addition. Dr. Narot plans to underscore the promise of American democracy for the future. make me have great faith in the This does not mean, he explained, fact that Judaism is needed more that he will hesitate to show than ever today." I wherein democracy may fail and Narot said, "why human bei.i^s Ichave as they do, why they are inclined to be loving or hating, competitive or cooperative, indifferent or sympathetic. "I believe such understanding will help us a great deal in coping with every important area of life —problems of parent-child relations, marital happiness, community welfare, and even the problem of war and peace itself." Dr. Narot. who comes here with a distinguished record of community service in Atlantic City, plans to participate in the civ and welfare activities of the city as soon as he is established here. One of his major interests has been mental hygiene and he has been active in the New Jersey State Mental Hygiene Society. He was founder and vice president of the Atlantic City group. In conjunction with his work for the United Jewish Appeal. Dr. Narot made a tour of Israel in March of this year. "Nothing reported about Israel to the Americans has been exaggerated, neither its problems nor its achievements," he said. "Both are of the first magnitude We have to combine admiration for what has ben done with determination to help achieve that which remains to be achieved."



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PAGE FOUR Jewish Fhridfew FRIDAY, AUGUST 1.U EDITORIAL Savior Of Hungarian Jewry Lost week there passed away in Switzerland at the aqe of 67 a man who might well be called the savior of Hungarian Jewry. He was Saly Mayer, a Swiss-Jewish businessman whose skilled tactics of delay in negotiating with the murderous Nazis during World War II for the ransom of two hundred thousand Hungarian Jews saved these Jews, about half of the pre-war Jewish community in that country, from death in extermination camps. Mayor, who was JDC's director of operations in Switzerland during the war, directed a wartime rescue network in behalf of Jews imprisoned in Hitler's Europe, a wcrk of saving human lives the details cf wh ; ch sound almost fabulous. A i man who could have retired to a leisurely Mayer worked day and night without .he slightest thought of reward of any kind in this .:' effort to rescue Jews from the death trap the Nazis had laid for them. He even spent much lis own money in this noblest of undertakings, he always referred to himself as "Keeper of Other People's Money." When the war ended, the two hundred thousand Hungarian Jews were still alive, thanks to Mayer's efforts and to the efforts of another heroic businessman, Raoul Wcllenburg, a Swedish non-Jew who, working inside Budapest, fed the Jews with funds provided by the JDC through the War Refugee Board. Of Saly Mayer, Edward M. M. Warburg, JDC chairman has well said: "He believed inplicitly that it was the duty of all to be their brother's keeper, and he fulfilled that belief in a manner equalled by few men in his time." "A BAD BLOT—" In a former generation Mayer would have been called a "tsadik," a saintly person. We of this generation whose fate it has been to witness so much viciousness and brutality in our conteml)inquivtina Report The American Jewish Congress, through it mission on law and social action, reports th C past two decades witnessed a fifty per ""f cline in the enrollment of Jewish studer*' *" medical schools throughout the country. Since figures tell the story in bolder siqnifi a than words, it is pertinent to point out that • the year 1936 showed a record of 21.5 per ct Jewish graduates from medical schools, the! bined figures of 1937-1939 showed a percen of 15.8 while the years 1942-1946 showed a dft to 10.3 per cent. One need not be a mathema genius to conclude that if this decline i unchecked it will not take long before the row profession will be "Judenrein." The situation stems from a vicious antij quota system which arbitrarily rejects qualif. tions for race and religion, a system which is un-American as it is vicious. From the lcng i Q point of view the evil may in the end be, mounted by education and inter-faith moveme But the problem is one of immediate urgency <_ its solution cannot be postponed for the centmjj The idea of distinct, even if non-secta Jewish professional schools does not appeal t But we ar beginning to wonder whether, the circumstances, the time isn't ripe for J leadership to begin thinking in different terms, porary world should be heartened by that there lived among us this man who up sc splendidly the great Jewish tradition of I of love for one's fellow-men. Let us hold memory green! Our UN Newsletter Rv DAVID NUSSBAUM LAKE SUCCESS The official m ol most ol the world's g vernments to the decision und ] despatch with which the United ns. under the leadership of 'nited Slati responded to aggression in Korea is one ofj hearty welcome. Despite the anxiety that has developed since over the ineffectiveness to date, of American and UN military | torcea on the peninsula, the demonstration that the world or-1 ganization could institute rapid! enforcement action—throw troops into the field, organize a global! supply force and carry out a determined military campaign — came as a heady surprise and brought a sense of profound relief. But behind this public reaction. '•:• re has been a note of skepticism or at least of healthy questioning in a good many chancellories It is the business of chancellories to peer deep into decisive events and seek out all the implicati ins and effects that are relevant it home. In the case of Korea, no government 1 ji a greater concern in at least one question raised by the Korean police action than Israel. That question is whether Korea can be realistically regarded as establishing a UN precedent. What, in other words, does the Korean action mean for the future? Can the UN' be depended on now to leap up at the sound of a warning signal from any+Jewish ncridliaw Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Flondian at 120 N. E. Sixth street. Miami 18. Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4 1930, at the Post Office of Miami] Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Flondian has absorbed the Jewish Unitv and the Jewish Weekly Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association. Ameri. can Association of English. Jewish Newspapers. Fl orida Press Association The Jewish Ploridlai doea not i ritee the KaMiruth ,,f the mer' -•• :.iivtis.-.i in it, rolumni SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 13 no Two Years 150,3 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor an d Publisher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 —2-8212 Volume 23 Number 32 FRIDAY. AUGUST 11. 1950 AV 28. 5710 where and no matter whose ox is being gored? The Soviet Union has a traditional complaint against the American-led majority of the UN Security Council. The Council, the Soviets say. never makes a real effort to pacify a dispute or to halt fighting unless the antagonist is the Soviet Union or some other Communist government. As Israel (and the Indonesians) knowbetter than anyone, this complaint reflects an unhappy fact of UN history. While the Security Council pressed with admirable determination the Iranian case against the USSR back in 1946 and, four years later, the American case against the North Koreans, its response to the outbreak of hostilities in Palestine. Kashmir and Indonesia was characterized by a sudden rash of indecision, bordering on impotence. It can readily be seen whv Israel has a special interest in developing this point to the full. It is not simply because Israel became the major victim of the ox theory of police action followed to date bv the Security Council, but particularly because it still considers itself threatened bv its neighbors. For Israel, therefore, an accurate appraisal of the Korean enforcement action in terms ot possible future threats to the peace is a matter of utmost importance. The picture from this point of view is anything but encouraging. First, there is the fact that the forceful response to the aggression in Korea does not actuallv set a precedent. It is now new for the Council—or its Western majority, at least—to apply itself with firmness and despatch to a dispute that involves Communists. Aside from Iran, only Soviet vetoes and delaying tactics slowed down the Council's action in Greece during the civil war there. On the contrary, it was the majority's slow-down tactics that prevented swift and effective action in Palestine, Indonesia and Kashmir, where there was no Question of Communist involvement. Secondly, there is nothing in the manner in which the police action in Korea was instituted that lends encouragement to the view that from now on the Council can be depended on to enforce cease-fire orders and impose a restoration of order. From the beginning of the Korean crisis, the United States Merchants Protest Against Rationing (Continued from Page 1) alternative," Mrs. Myerson added. | "Either to absorb the immigrants | on whom we have to spend all foreign currency, or to live in luxury." Premier David Ben Gu: ion was scheduled to address the evening session of the Knesset on the same subject. Meanwhile, a huge protest meeting took place here arranged by the Merchants Association and %  addressed by its president. A. Bernstein, as well as by members i ei parliament. Mr. Bernstein said' that the association "will seek to j establish a World League of Jewish Merchants to defend private initiative in Israel." Speakers for the Religious Bloc told the crowd 1 that members of the Bloc in i parliament will not vote for the i rationing law in its present form. —^ has hardly attempted to conceal j ; that it was acting more in the i interests of its own established I foreign policy, rather than on the j basis of principal. American lead| era have identified the action in I Korea frankly as an anti-Corn; munist war. not merely a cam-' paign against aggression. Hence, i I many observers have analyzed! the American tactics as anap-, plication of the State Department's three-year old containment of communism policy, which, although bringing about an anti-aggression action on the part of the UN int his particular case, carries no implication for luture cases that might have no communist aspect. | What is especially noted in this connection is that the American I reaction to the North Korean assault was not merely swift. It was even more prompt than that.' ; It was so prompt that the Security Council was left behind bv several ; >urs. American air and naval forces were already in action bv directive of President Truman oh the morning of June 27. well beI fore the Council gathered that : i afternoon at 3:15 to adopt an American proposal that armed I forces be put into the field. That such super-anxiety to restore; I peace and security springs from principal rather than policy is re| garded with some skepticism bv those for wh/.m skepticism is a necessary attribute. ,k K .'lu hese reasons 't can be said that those charged with the de. fense of Israel's territory are not I at this stage inclined to take anv future Security Council action | for granted and can therefore be depended upon to continue the | building of an Israel defense force I that can defend itself-just as if neverK Ce a ctl0 V n Korea had never been launched. Enrollment Of Jewish Students In Medical Schools Down 50 Percent NEW YORK. (JTA)— Enrollment of Jewish students in American medical schools has dropped 50 percent in the past 20 years. the American Jewish Congress reported in disclosing the findings of a study by its Commission on Law and Social Action. Describing its estimate of a 50 percent drop as "possibly conservative," the AJC attributed the decline to the prevalence of a quota system based on the "concept of racial and religious group acceptance in direct proportion to the general population." The congress study is based on an analysis of surveys by its own staff and by various other grouDS and individuals covering the period 1925-50. The decline has been extremely sharp in the past 15 years. "It has become obvious during thelast 15 years," the document states, "that this marked differential between the treatment of Jewish and non-Jewish applicants by medical school admission committees throughout the country is due to 'quott thinking.' With the number of applications increasing approximately 14 times between 1920 and 1950 while the number of available places in medical schools remained constant, 'rough quotas' became the rule of most of these admission committees. Asari ; the number of Jews admitted | medical schools was arbiksj ; limited with little regard for qualifications of the excluded plicant." The dim prospects for thtJn. ish applicant to gain adam I to medical schools are cirftonr'i : by the fact that althou^A to*, i students from New York Cirj I more likely to be accepted I New York City medical schotlj than anywhere else in the ci try, the New York institu also practice quota discriminai Although halt of all Jewish me* cal students in the country New York City residents, York City medical schools IN commodate less than one-foini] if Jewish medical students. "Indeed, our study indicia! hat the New York City schooil -nay have been the initiators til the quota system," the CunfWl said. "A study made by the Coa-j mission on Law and Social Aiti| of the Congress shows that ap-l proximately 45 percent o! m 2,439 students who were admitwl in the years 1921-25 in NewYonl City were Jewish and that ol I 3,351 who were admitted ia *1 years 1941-45, only 25 perceS| were Jewish. 1 1 i %  \ 1 1 ( llrilisli War Secretary To Inspect Troops Stationed In Middle Kast T.ONnOM HT4I *;„i l ment. Col. Amery said: "The material and strategic reasons ("I Israel's Duilding up of a ti LONDON (JTA) — Michael Stewart, Parliamentary Undersecretary of War, left here this week for a two-week tour of inspection of British troops sta tinned in the Middle East. An'cooS^e^St*l£st f up j cooperative system in that ptfl of the world are, or should -" IK I '"^Fi !" t !" I Jna&as** tog* 1 1 tuf ,-elA hroarl hir.. V .u o • • t' Daek l those relations ol mumForeign Offi<5 n. L'^K B ntlsh cooperation in promoting the f h^shikS ,^.h? • rmg fare of th e whole Middle M giveni thW P *inw ^ aKU f e W8S w hich underlay the imaginati* Colonial Minimi i by f A olmer I statesmanship of men like f* Loionial Minister Leopold Amery four j lnvrl £„„,„,. Lord Mill* pendency" between Israel ~A I !" S?. n 1948 dn d V V the mo* Jordan. He reported that both states are willing to come to terms, "but the obstacle so far has been the Arab League and the widespread belief-one can only hope it is a mistaken belief— h.n C ,ish government has been anxious somehow to keep n,il, essent ally unreal and a >"t.t't.al organization in being." M,drSTe S F n i, t lJ e necessit >' for Joint Middle East defense and developbitter feeling, memories comradeship in war and ge" u "* admiration for our methods nw for a real eagerness to ren close relations." ,. Col. Amery concluded^^ pressing the belief that notn"* would be more warmly welc !" in Israel than an offer of a places at our three staff coli and other service and techno and other service establishments."



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AUGUST 11. 1950 +Jewlst>n€>rkUar> PAGE SEVE3* i apitol Spotlight Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN | •-; %  ;TON—Israel may be ally herself openly with |t( r n democracies if she ; American munitions. h the threat of rewith the West there will be little hope of building up her defenses. And if these defenses are not strengthened the Arabs may be tempted to exploit the global eoncession and grave fusion by a sneak attack on Israel problems, t Israel has) Undoubtedly, there is much sentiment within Mapai, the prowestern party now in the saddle. for an alliance with the west. There is also a national consciousness of what such an alliance would mean to the hopes of hundreds of thousands of Jews who are in Iron Curtain countries waiting to emigrate to Israef The i Romanians are already broadcasting violent attacks on Israel Premier Ben Gurion and Zionism. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett has also been severely criticized by the Reds. Will the Arabs also be put on the spot or will the west continue its historic appeasement of the ] Arab opportunists? Egypt, a • member of the U.N. Security Council, wavered in supporting! U.N. action on Korea. It is the Arab habit to avoid world con%  flicts but to swarm in like the ; vulture to join the winning side after loser is mortally wounded. Arab defection during World War II. despite the White Paper ; and other appeasement gestures, almost cost the Allies the Near East. Pro-Axis forces rebelled in Iraq. The Egyptians hindered the British war effort. Syrians showed little inclination to aid the Free French against the Vichv forces. Soviet offensive. Tney ( Tne Grand Mufti went to Berlin. ended, avowedly, to es-. The Arab staU s have i earne< j balance of power be| through experience that defection ael and the Arabs, the pavs Tho Arabs rem ain faithful | is that the U.S. has only 0 heil tl adition of un Luth.rized no important fulncsSi yet the wes tern powers I. ,i arms to Israel. On c(intinlu trying to buy goodwill hand, the AraM, through appeasement. [h of her own. A Ion irtion of Israelis suf1 | y from World War H. ;:ying to rebuild their There is in Israel i [or peace and nonn with either of the 1 blocs—a desire to aceful Swiss. ever, was quick to the immorality of Comression in Korea. Havted aggression from Israel knew the I I irmly supported the Nations resolutions dethe North Korean ,. is little doubt that .aid vigorously oppose munist attack on her But whether little Isn position to openly d defy Russia is another ps poured into Koton reviewed its commitments. Someailed the Three Powei •• (U.S.. England and irhich promised to proi Israel and the Arabs pte -vcurity and "stabilise Near East. The State nly admitted that i would be of little use Both David Fete Sot For Sunday Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor a midsummer fiesta at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gordon, 2201 S. Miami Ave.. on Sunday, August 13, at 7 p.m. Mi. and Mrs. Nate Liss and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Merlin, cochairmen of the event, have planned a barbecue supper followed by dancing and entertainment in the outdoor patio. Reservations may be obtained by calling the synagogue oli.ee. 9-3469; Mrs. Bert Slier. 48-2300; Mrs. Harry Laufer, 48-8644. Clein Is Manager Of Southern Laundry Hilliard Clein, who has been in the linen supply business for many years, is now manager of Southern Laundry and Dry Cleaners. A Miamian for the past 27 years, Clein is married to the former Marian Scheinberg, member of a pioneer family, and is the father of three daughters. Clein is also operator of Clein Linen Service, which offers both wholesale and retail service. %  'ra m I %  r vei abliib %  sail -lie ~^ar* ~ i 'it. "i' -ii 11 a ,'• %  i.• 11 n 11 L ;spec.Egypt., have gotten all. It would scem tnat a sounc i first I 1 planes and tanks trom step to lh( establishment of any Engla anti-Red front in the Near East Goninent officials ncl ^| could be strong pressure on the %  hat Israel and the Arab | A rabs to conc i udo p ,, ace treaties %  ill now be Ottered arms wit h Israel. The Arabs have so far Be With increased Amen: refused even to enter into nets to contain Communism g 0 t ia ti ons for peace. They have l" ,e ?'. n u g fUSL*!!!!}.,!? continued undermining the security and stability of the area by provoking border incidents, by boycotting Israel, blocking the Suez Canal, and the stoppage of the oil flow through the pipelines to Haifa. Under these present circumstances any reliance on a Near Eastern buffer would be highly optimistic. The lata S Sgt. Isadore S. | Jachman, of Baltimore, a post\ humous recipient of the nation's highest award for combat gallan, try. th> Mccal of Honor. Sgt. I Jechman, who lost his life in' action January 4, 1945. in Belgium, I is the second American Jew to | receive Honor Medal for World War II service, it is reported by i National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB), which compiled record of, American Jewish participation in both World Wars. JWB is currently engaged in war records work in connection with Koreen combat. Other American Jewish Medal of Honor winner was the late Lt. Raymond Zussman. of Detroit. NATURALLY BETTER with the natural tang of MANISCNEWI1Z borscbt gardell-iresh beets SERVE CHILLED AS A DELIGHTFUL' SUMMER DRINK Httf'i thf kind of bori


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rrPAGE TEN Jbwiift ncridiar FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. ig 5o To Recognize Israel NE W DELHI (JTA)-Dr B. K, skar, Deputy Minister pi Ex. llf formal recognition of Israel. Boat Ride Planned Plans for a boat ride to be held on August 20 and a carnival scheduled for a subsequent date were discussed at a inciting 0 f the Sisterhood of the Pir I .Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables at Ed Hassen's Wednesday evening, Mrs. Eli Einbinder was in charge of the program. bettesi than eve*. I HOROWITZ MARGARETEN WITH MATZOH ;\B BALLS • van KREPLACH • XCONDENSED KOSHER 1 % WITH • NOODLES CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS ^•"-^.^^.^^W^oTcSil Gables.Irving Goldman, president %  : s A. F. Wel.ms. president of al *J^^ 0 !" "^,, of the Coconut Grove Section of the Cerebral Palsy Assoc.ation; Mrs. Ruth Ell ; .cm man ^^ chairman of /j. theJsL vml vie for the coveted title of "Mrs. Amer.ca" and many £ to-ras tarsus ttswsKi wh0 ha ve .^ donations to the Cerebral Palsy.£ociat,on *£*„. Ted by the city of Miami Beach will be STH2S Auqustlt atTo p.m aT the Sans Souci Hotel. Miami Beach: and "MrsM.am." ffib'v1oLmeT M ck willbS selected Monday. August 2>. at 9 p.m. a, the M.am, Theatre". Th. fosfe itMi you ll'l The MUM lH you '' "o"**" Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTOBS, IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 T!itrapoulir Pool npdicatetl Here Treatment %  %  %  %  '• $7,000 out therapeutic 1 Variet; • :.' \ t< d the • I the V ib. %  lembers of 1 D ty Polio lilton .1 prel n lluliihiy Kite* Set For VA lls|Misil Arrangements for servici Holy Days and accomall ambulatory hospitality %  re being comi by Rabbi Mori is A. Skop, for Jewish patients at the Pratt V terans A nisi ation pital in C Gal les. Thr. tion of the %  Welfare B Bibles, Machzorim. skull and a Shof; ave been Holy Days ; in the hospital I • Sunda; tl first year of I Skop': hospital Ji c-hapli peakupon U tion ol l | A. Boston. Relatives and friends who may: e passi s to attend the religious services during the coming High Holy Days are asked to contact the chaplain's office. NAT CANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE IN' NECOS i Life ins Co. 907 Eis ,-i > n e r. 19 W. St. S. .B. Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth S's. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew School*. C—i2C -I3T0 Telephone 5-9017 OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES lleacli Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER I i MIAM \ MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 DOOM TO "There's nothing like it • • • absolutely nothing" PHONE 5-3444 SO FLORIDA'S LARGEST EXTERMINATING CO. LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A M. TO 11:30 A M. MON., WED. AND FRI. FROM \ P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. The real pleasure of playing an eleventh and twelfth frame is the relaxation thaf follows. You and your friends raise your glasses brimful of bubbling Budweiser to your lips and enjoy the distinctive taste that has made Budweiser the world's most iamous beer. TRADE MAKK REG U S PAT OW9 ANHEUSER-BUSCH. S A I N T LOUIS Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, Inc. Phone 2-7401 SAM BLANK. Pres. Miam i. Fla



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UDAY. AUGUST 11. 1950 Jewish Agency Official Warns That raeii Financial Situation Is Critical vJewisli nor id tan PAGE THIRTEEN [JOHANNESBURG. So. Africa. ITA)—Dr. Nahum Goldmann. bairman of the American section the Jewish Agency, who arjved here this week from Israel, Id a press conference that he vent to Israel to participate in : emergency discussion with the icl section of the Jewish tency on the present financial |Dr. Goldmann said: "The situate! ::i Israel is serious and I have to South Africa to say intly that if the problem is not Ived, catastrophe is around the rnei." The Agency leader added at Israel's rate of immigration— j-eater than in any other counin the world"—has imposed a krrific burden on Israel." Dr. tldmann said that the Israel jrnment is already making a feater contribution than world ry" in absorbing new imrants. is the ''responsibility of world i\ TY to shoulder this burden dequately," he stressed Irning that failure to do so neIiii4 k ri4*an Women Wise 810.000.000 or l!>5 I .1 \ JEW YORK. (JTA)—American yish women raised more than 1000.000 for the 1950 United rish Appeal so far, Mrs. S. bander Brailove of Elizabeth |J.. national chairman of the ten's Division of the United sh Appeal, announced here Ir to h( r departure for Europe Israel with her husband. Dr. lexander Brailove. on the SS knia. piile overseas, Mrs. Brailove inspect UJA supported inlations. and will study the plems confronting Israel in its program of immigrant abtion. In the Jewish state, she 1 confer with leaders of the rnment of Israel and the kh Agency. She will visit %  for three weeks. I cessitates—against Israel's will— limitation on immigration "at a time when it is imperative to keep the doors open to Jews from the Arab states'and from the countries of Eastern Europe." Asked whether the World I Zionist Congress is likely to be postponed. Dr. Goldmann replied that the scheduled date remains but if the Congress Hall, which is now under construction in Jerusalem, is not completed in time, it may be necessary to postpone the Congress until Passover or some time after that. "Whatever happens." said Dr. Godmann. "the date of the Shekel returns and elections is unchanged." Stalin Brands Dogmatic Marxists As "Talmudists" NEW YORK (JTA)—Premie;Josef Stalin, in an article in the Soviet magazine "Bolshevik." of'_' ; :l organ r e the Communist Party branded as "Talmudists" \T11 those dogmatic Marxists wh^ I hold the Marxist formulas worked out in one particular period were valid forever, it was reported bv 'he United Press this week from Moscow. "Exeeetes and Talmud^ts regard Marxism and individual Marxist formulas as a ollection of dogmas which never r-hanee despite changing conditions," Stalin wrote. "They think that if they learn by heart these conclusions and formulas and learn to cite them backwards and forwards, then they will be able to solve any problem on the calculation that those conclusions are valid for all times, all countries, all occasions of life. "But only such people can so think who see the letters of MaMrxist formulas as a collection Stalin continued. He emphasized that "Marxism does not recognize unalterable conclusions and formulas for all period and epochs. Marxism is the enemy of all dogmatism." Young DP Wins Essay Prize After the war ended Dinah Room, a little girl of 12. was found in p camp by a young American soldier. He wrote to his mother back in New York about her. and a correspondence ensued, with the result that the litt'e girl came to the U.S.. aided in her immicatiop bv HIAS. the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, and was adopted by the soldier's family, with whom she is now living in happiness as one of their own. She is making gooc progress in school and in AmericaniTation. and last month she won a prize offered by a great New York Yiddish daily for an essay entitled. "What Democracy Means to Me." Grateful to HIAS for assistance to a new and happier life, Dinah is shown here donating her prize mor.ey to HIAS to help the global migration agency in its humanitarian wck of re c cue. Tie GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH ...I-.f ?"l£ Community.Wide Kathruth Association, Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federatr.— warns the public" That only stores where the sign of the OMVH fl 1 D J arc dillaye.i ai.vndorawa by the .a;...; That only chickens with the ring of the CMVH M"1CJ are endorsed by the Vaad as kosher; ,,.',' '&J£3£5iJ l &**'£? i !*# e,w w'th .he ring of the OMVH mot be endorsed \\ meals served" for other information about Kaahruth call our Director, Rabbi Joeph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3S95. IARRV SIHKIIM, Pre. M BEAR, Vice Pre*. H. SOOTIN. Sec. S. LOBEL, Treas. Jewish Socialists Arrested In Hungary ROME, (JTA)—The arrest in Hungary of several prominent Jewish members of the Hungaiian Socialist Party was reported here this week from Budapest. Those arrested included Dr. Ladislas Farago, former member of the Hungarian parliament; Dr. Bmuric Gyoerky. another eX-member ofi Hungary's parliament who was also the legal adviser of the Social Party; Dr. Joseph' Buechler, who at one time held the post of vice president of the Bank of Hungary; and Armin Ladanyi, former president of the Budapest Bar Association. The same report stated that Odoen Antil, president of the Jewish community of Kapsovar and leading member of the Independent Smallholders and Citizens Party, fled to Austria. Dr. Istvan Ries, leading Communist in Hungary and former Minister of! Justice—who is of Jewish origin— is reported among those arrested in the Budapest purge. During World War II, U. S. pennies were made largely from shell cases, with only a small amount of virgin copper added to bring the alloy up to legal standards. 1 Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday al 2:30 P.M. > %  Shop with C onhdence Wh ere the Customer is Always Right Dade Kosher Market 153 N. W. 5th Street Telephone 3-1430 Announcement! HILLIARD CLEIN of the Clein Laundry Service Is Now Also Manager of SOUTHERN LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 555 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-3 ftl Cash and Carry or Pick Up and Delivery "Prompt Service" Mr. H. Zaidman invites Greater Miami Jewry To inspect the Kashruth and Sanitary Conditions Which Prevail in His Establishment. Free Delivery Throughout Greater Miami Open from Rosh Hashonah Through Yom Kippur (American Plan) 11 Complete Days Complete Holiday Services in AirConditioned Hall. Conducted by Noted New York Cantor' Finest Strictly Kosher Food, Served in the Famous Victor Tradition Air Conditioned Dining Room and Lobby 100 Air Cooled Rooms Planned Entertainment and Television Public Cordially Invite'd to Attend Holiday Services Early Reservations Necessary Owner-Manager Joseph Waldman Phone 5-0041 Under the supervision of The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director Listen to WINZ on Sunday* from Noon to 1:48 and Tueadaya 6-7 P.M. % % i % % % % % Reserve Your Seats Now In Our Beautiful Modern AIR CONDITIONED SYNAGOGUE BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach Our Beloved Spiritual Leader Rabbi Joseph f. Rackovsky Prominent Speaker and Renowned Cantor Known as THE YERUSHALMY Will conduct services and deliver the sermons Seats may be secured in the office of the Synagogue every day except Saturday — DO NOT DELAY! H. Zaidman. Chairman William Rothman. 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FRIDAY. AUGUST 11. 1950 +Jm*isitfk>H(tian PAGE ELEVEN Athletic Building Will Be Erected At Brandeis Supplementing its recently-announced intercollegiate sports program which will this fall bring two-year-old Brandeis University into athletic competition with such schools as Harvard, Boston College, Dartmouth and West Point, the university has announced plans for the erection of. the Abraham Shapiro Athletic Building on the campus. The announcement was made by George Alpert, Boston attorney and president of the board of trustees of the Waltham, Mass., institution. Serving as a memorial to the late philanthropist and member i i the founding board of trustees <>f the university, the building will contain three basketball and two squash courts, a remedial exercise room, a wrestling room and steam, locker and shower rooms. It will be located on a newly-acquired 27-acre tract of land overlooking the Charles River. Shaoiro, during his lifetime regarded as "dean" of the New England rubber shoe industry, died in February 1949. Funds for the construction of the edifice have been made available to Brandeis by the Abraham Shapiro Memorial Committee and by members of the Shapiro family. Chairman of the memorial committee, organized shortly after Shapiro's death, is A. W. BerkHnnorary chairmen are Maurice J. Tobin, United States Secretary of Labor, and Paul A. Pi ver, governor of the Comtn >nwealth of Massachusetts. Contributions to date have been reel ived from more than 20 states | from California to Alabama. The structure is expected to [play a major role in the athletic 1 im at Brandeis. Directing |thc athletic program at Brandeis I is Benny Friedman, former all[American football star. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Tempi* israei (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Sabbath eve servlcea at 8:15 p.m. Formal presentation of Dr. Narot to th-ongrricatlon. He will conduct servlcea and preach on "My Faith and Program." Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Friday eve. services at 7. Satin da.) morninir services at >:80. Rabbi iioniij will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. T'Fereih Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m., Saturday :30 a.m. with Mlneha at 6. Al. residents In thai ana arc invited in attend. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Minolta Friday 8:80. Saturday morning services 8:30 Mincha al 8, followed hy Bhalos Seudos Maartv follows Hally services at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Service Friday night at : Saturday at %  a.m. Mincha at 6 p.m. followed by shalos S'eudos. Services Sunday in Thursday 8 a.m. and 8:45 p.m. All Young Israel members In the urea are Invited to attend. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday services at !) a.m. North Dado Jewish Center (Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Summer courses of the rclimoun HCIIUOI, luonuaj through Friday at 9 a.m. Heorew jicsaemy, til8 6th St.. Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services at 9; Mincha at 6:30 p.m. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. .Sunday mornIng services ai v. Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Sabbath services at 8:46 a.m. s.it-.irday. Northside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Cantor Isaac S. Smith will officiate al services Friday evening. Sunday school classes every Sunday it Hioffice of Dr. Wm. iioros, 855 X.W 62nd St. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, cantor. Ai services Krl.iay ev—'in !" thmhhl Will speak. Services will be held in the Y palio. Miami Hebrew School and Con gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 6:45. Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Mincha • it 6:46 followed by Maarlv. Dallj sen ic,. T:30 a m. and 6: IS p.m. Hebrew school fn in !* a.m. to noun. Congregation beth Tiilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening s-rviccs at 7:0(1. 5 Saturday morning at 8:30. The rabbi Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. Friday evening service at 6:45. Saturday morning at 9. Daily services at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Friday night services at 6: Saturday morning at 9. Dally services at 8 a.m. Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral War an d 26ttr Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services at 6:" Hh Sudos, Summer session of religious school al p.m. daily. t Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave., '*• • Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. riiu.iy evening services al 6:46 S'nturda.i rno-nlnR al 8:30. The rabbi will speak on "The Power of Vision." Mincha al 6:43 followed by Shalos Balkin To Speak On Klan Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League, will he guest speaker at the Sholem I Lod^o. B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club on Friday, August 11. at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. Balkin's subject will be !"The KKK: Danger From Within." Rackovskj will sneak, Seudos ami Maarlv services. Daily service 7:80 a.in. followed by class in Mislma. Mincha services at 6:4.1 followed on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays by class in Laws and Customs I on Mondays and Wednesdays by class in Jewish Legends of the Talmud. Temple 13etn Snoiom tLiberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantoi Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi I eon Kronish will officiate and deliver the sermon. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on s naw roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. w. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-H80 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Rcsilvering Our Specialty L. & G. 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