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lie\wiislhJEJ|iOJPidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY K'OLUME 23—NUMBER 33 JFWF Records Most Active Period In History, According To Myers With the Jewish communities of i America experiencing "their most was devised. This involved a restrenuous and active period," the auction of original quotas by 1J per cent in cities taking more than 10 units, through revision of plans affecting New York City. Following through on the general assembly mandate to continue and strengthen liaison with the United Jewish Appeal, a special CJFWF committee has maintained "close cooperative relationships with the UJA to help develop maximum mutual underincluded national-local include the Joint Defense Appeal MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS luncil of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds has recorded the most intensive activity" of its history during the first half of ll.'.iO, according to Sanley C. Myers. CJFWF president. As the national association of ianized Jewish communities, the council responded to general assembly mandates and communl\ 5 nil Defines Term Refugee GENEVA, (JTA>— The social committee of the United Nations Economic and Social Council, bj Shapiro Named Chairman Of ADL Board At Policy-Making Session In Jacksonville Sam W. Shapiro, Miami attorney and head of the state a seven-ore vote with abstentions E'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League committee, was named this week approved the definition chairman of the newly created Florida State ADL Regional Advisory Board at a policy-making meeting held in Jacksonville Sunday. The intensive ten-hour session in the Blue Room of the Hotel George Washington attracted 50 B'nai B'rith leaders from all parts of the state. Before the conference adjourned Between August 1, 1914, and at 5:30 Sunday evening, it adopted resolutions calling for STATE LEGISLATION outlawing the Klu Klux Klan, which has -been active in various parts tion as falling undeT its mandate;' o f tne state recently; of the term refugee, for use in the proposed convention relating to the status of refugees. According to the definition, a refugee is one who: December 15, 1946, was considered a refugee; 2. Had been accepted by the International Refugee Organizaelations, mutiple appeals, stable .: ified iund raising, overseas jblems, campaigning, budget>, community organization, (icial planning, regional activities and personnel. In a report giving the highlights !' the CJFWF program thus far i 1950. Mr. Myers pointed out lhat its work is being actively Lrected and guided by more than B00 lay and professional community leaders. They are particiiting in the programs of more than 25 national, regional and departmental committees and are ,vn from large and small communities in every part of the Jriited States and Canada. On the overseas scene, the redeclared, Hafold Glasser, irector of the CJFWF Institute on Overseas Studies, has been Fconferring with top officials of the Israel government, the Jewish Agency and other organizations on major concerns of American Jewish philanthropy. These include the achievement of selfsupport status for immigrants as quickly as possible and explorati m of methods to stretch the value of American philanthropic d >llars to the limit of accomplishment Through the CJFWF Committee on Multiple Appeals, major emqhasia has been placed on developing a.central Israeli philanthropic fund and budget. The luncil has also been cooperating cl isely with the Jewish Agency 1 u" Palestine in reducing the number o_f authorized campaigns with eleven drives currently : od. Continuing efforts are being directed at centralizing appeals for Yeshivoth and traditi >nal institutions. With the new DP Act offering opportunity for increased Jewish immigration to the United States, the CJFWF National-Local Relations Committee sponsored a meeting of the largest welfare funds with the United Service for New Americans. As a result of this meeting, an equitable formula fjr community assurance quotas was also authorized by the CJFWF executive committee. A National Local Relations Subcommittee is exploring the possibilities of further integrating the immigration work of USNA, JDC and HIAS. Continuing its long range efforts the CJFWF Committee on Stable and Unified Rund Raising held a series of meetings witn representatives of national and overseas agencies. The objective of these meetings was to achieve greater coordination, effectiveness and economy in national campaign and promotion programs. 3. Has a well-founded fear of being the victim of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality or political opinion as the result of events in Europe prior to January. 1951. and owing to such fear is unable or unwilling to avail himself of the protection of the government of his country or his nationality. The committee decided that the convention shall not apply to refugees who voluntarily reacquired their former nationality LEGISLATION OUTLAWING the Communists; however, such legislation is to be in conformity with the national ADL policy on civil rights; MEASURES WHICH WILL put an end to all discrminatory advertising by hotels and resorts throughout the state. Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida regional director of ADL, led off the proceedings with a discussion of the activities of the Klan in the state. He referred to their Negro golf case was also aired at the session. Miamians who attended the conference were Shapiro, Sidney Aronovitz, George Talianoff, Leo Steinman. Leonard Tobin, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, Alvin Corenblum, A. J. Kaplan, Irving Saal, Herbert Weiss, Miller and Harold Siegel. or are former members of a German minority who established themselves in Germany. r \ Council Acts On Report Of Commission On Human Rights The tenor acquired a new nationality or I meetings in Jacksonville on June returned to their former ^country 3 an d j n Orlando on July 15. as well as to their leader, Bill Hendrix, who, Balkin revealed, has a long and infamous record of hate-mongering, and their organ, a Jacksonville-published weekly called the Chronicle. Ben Stark and Leigh Culley of Jacksonville disclosed the pro, GENEVA, (JTA)—The U.N, .Economic and Social Council, g ra m that the Jacksonville ADL completed action this week on the report of the Commission I had adopted to counteract Klan Anti-Semitism Reported In Hungary NEW YORK, (JTA) charge tnat anti-Semitic dencies exist in Communist Hungary and that "they are directed from higher places, probably by orders from Moscow," was made in the New York Times this week by Bela Fabian, member of the executive committee of the Hungarian National Council. on Human Rights by adopting nine resolutions recommended by the Council's Social Committee. In these series of votes, the Council requested the U.N. Secretary-General to ask governments to provide information on legislation and other action found useful in preventing discrimination and protecting minorities; recommended adoption of educational measures designed to eliminate discrimination and to combat fallacious race theories; and approved the decision of the Commission to consider at its seventh session additional covenants and measures dealing with economic, social, cultural and political human rights not covered in the present draft International Covenant on Human Rights. The Council also adopted a resolution transmitting the draft covenant to the General Assembly for certain policy decisions, with the request that the Commission on Human Rights reconsider and prepare a revised draft in the light of these decisions. It also asked the Secretary-General to continue publication of the yearbook on human rights, and took note of the report of the Human Rights Commission. Rabbi Horowitz, Spiritual Leader Of New Congregation, To Conduct Holiday Rites Rabbi Hirsch Horowitz, spiritual Hader of the recently established Congregation Eitz Chayim (Tree of Life), will conduct High Holy Day services at the Tides Hotel, 1220 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, September 12 and 13. and 21. Rabbi Horowitz has served the local community for the past fifteen years as senior rabbinic •adviser. He is a member of many years standing of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada and has held important rabbinic posts in New York. He was ordained as rabbi with Semicah by some of the most famous rabbis of our time: Rabbi Sondor Zalman Kahana Shapiro Krinker (Malcher), Rabbi Elijah Kotzkin, chief rabbi of Lublin, and Rabbi A. I. Cook, former chief rabbi of Israel. He was also ordained by Rabbi M. Rosen, one of the greatest Talmudic scholars in this country, author of a nine volume Talmudic work, and honorary president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis. Rabbi Horowitz is the son of one of the most distinguished Palestinian rabbis of the past century. F


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PAGE TWO +Jmist> fhridiar FRIDAY, _A UGU s T i 8i Pll Say... July %  li ing all day among Bi I ..i ruins and devastations. I plan t" attend %  a Sj and spend the rung in a bar and pool room Jewish DP's. It is warm. i i decide ; eal outside and watch the crowd go thi' Bri : Berlin. %  lii nl plai e is i i asy matter in the :i the tables an rilled with idlers, who it and talk over a coffee or %  beer by the hour. He'rr Our (Mr. Wi • „ • lid never think of pi nting the bill until request! I bj the schmooser, ash customers for a full course dinner. But >uch are the ingrained habits of Europe, which di in and atom bombs, steadfastly: i FT .'del Luecken A chair is finally vacated. I feel a growing con%  nee in my German and ask the waiter what he idy since 1 can't stay very long. But I am quickly bogged down when he starts spieling oft' a list .1 dishes. A lady who is dressed in American style sitting at the table comes to the rescue with a two way translation. The waiter moves away leisurely nother table and seems to forget my rush order. 1 c >mplain to the attractive interpreter and a convert tion ensues. .1 Apparent .V<;: She was born in Berlin and now lives in Ju York. v this a natural slip in a thick accent which could I Jt with a knife 0 Or a deliberate anti-Jewish implication? They came to the U. S. three years ago. Hi Husband, a designer of ladies' clothes, has a good •inn inagain Ju York. I was ready with some rcasm: whether their reason for grating was her husband's loss of his job in the p shade factory under Use Koch. But I decide %  main incognito since this stupid Nazi evidently :• Mexican or perhaps an Indonesian. • harrowing incidents of Nazi better still reveal the inner workings %  r Bund members still operating in New Y Yoi kvilli : Criticizing Berlin as the only large city that offers for visitors. I suggest that she nav< following day and then see A troubled look comes into her ed. "1 came to Berlin only • nother. If shi feels all right. I will Are There Any Good Germans? By HARRY SIMONHOFF come, otherwise I can't." So Nazis have hu feelings! There is something sympathetic and even kind about her. A nation poisoned by propaganda. What a pity: A Synagogue m Ruins Next day shortly pasl noon. Mrs. Friodel Luecken shows up. Neither of us is hungry, so we begin sight seeing immediately. Before calling a taxi, she has something to show me. We mm the Kurfurstendam corner and enter Fasenen Strasse. she stops in the middle of the block opposite a ruined edifice. I look at her perplexed. Such devastations can be scon in Berlin by the thousand. "You are Yewish? Yes?" She crosses over and points to a Hebrew inscription. We enter the ruins of the most magnificent Synagogue in Germany. It was dedicated by Kaiser William II. In location and splendour it compared to Temple Emanuel on Fifth Avenue. New York. Mrs. Luecken's eyes well up. "It was on November 10. 1938. I will never forget. Mv little girl Inga came running into the house frightened and crying. •Mother, they are burning the Synagogues. Why are they doing it'?" It was now my turn to ask. "Are you Jewish too?" Concentration Camp Both parents of Friedel Luecken are Prussian. When a young girl, she married a Jewish boy of the prominent Spandau family. Before the advent of Hitler, she obtained a divorce, but together with her daughter, remained in the Jewish religion. When Nazi persecution was raging in full blast, the Gestapo ordered her. a pure blood Aryan, to renounce Judaism. She refused and was confined to a concentration camp. Anxiety for her child was far more gruelling than the blows of her Nazi tormentors. After four months, she concluded she could from the outside do far more for her daughter, hidden on a farm, and for other Jews, than from behind barbed wire. She signed the Gestapo letter of resignation from the Jewish faith and walked out a free woman. Another Good German All this sounded well enough. Yet some sort of corroboration seemed in order. "Tell me, Miss Friedel. are there other good Germans left? I would like to see some.'' She thought a moment and said: "The Riedels might still be in Berlin." A cab brought us to 2!) Waltensar Strasse. the business place of Herman Riedel. American clothes seem to have transformed Mrs. Luecken. At first they didn't recognize her. But soon they welcomed her with the warmest transports of friendly affection. We were invited ; apartment upstairs, and coffee with pastrvf tk
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Miami, Fla
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August 18, 1950

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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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lie\wiislhJEJ|iOJPidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
K'OLUME 23NUMBER 33
JFWF Records Most Active Period
In History, According To Myers
With the Jewish communities of i
America experiencing "their most was devised. This involved a re-
strenuous and active period," the auction of original quotas by 1J
per cent in cities taking more than
10 units, through revision of plans
affecting New York City.
Following through on the gen-
eral assembly mandate to con-
tinue and strengthen liaison with
the United Jewish Appeal, a
special CJFWF committee has
maintained "close cooperative re-
lationships with the UJA to help
develop maximum mutual under-
included national-local include the Joint Defense Appeal
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
' luncil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds has recorded the
most intensive activity" of its
history during the first half of
ll.'.iO, according to Sanley C.
Myers. CJFWF president.
As the national association of
ianized Jewish communities,
the council responded to general
assembly mandates and commun-
l\ 5 nil Defines
Term Refugee
GENEVA, (JTA> The social
committee of the United Nations
Economic and Social Council, bj
Shapiro Named Chairman Of ADL Board
At Policy-Making Session In Jacksonville
Sam W. Shapiro, Miami attorney and head of the state
a seven-ore vote with abstentions E'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League committee, was named
this week approved the definition chairman of the newly created Florida State ADL Regional
Advisory Board at a policy-making meeting held in Jacksonville
Sunday. The intensive ten-hour session in the Blue Room of the
Hotel George Washington attract-
ed 50 B'nai B'rith leaders from
all parts of the state.
Before the conference adjourned
Between August 1, 1914, and at 5:30 Sunday evening, it adopted
resolutions calling for
STATE LEGISLATION outlaw-
ing the Klu Klux Klan, which
has -been active in various parts
tion as falling undeT its mandate;'of tne state recently;
of the term refugee, for use in
the proposed convention relating
to the status of refugees. Accord-
ing to the definition, a refugee
is one who:
December 15, 1946, was considered
a refugee;
2. Had been accepted by the
International Refugee Organiza-
elations, mutiple appeals, stable
.: ified iund raising, overseas
jblems, campaigning, budget-
>, community organization,
(icial planning, regional activities
and personnel.
In a report giving the highlights
!' the CJFWF program thus far
i 1950. Mr. Myers pointed out
lhat its work is being actively
Lrected and guided by more than
B00 lay and professional com-
munity leaders. They are partici-
iting in the programs of more
than 25 national, regional and
departmental committees and are
,vn from large and small com-
munities in every part of the
Jriited States and Canada.
. On the overseas scene, the re-
declared, Hafold Glasser,
irector of the CJFWF Institute
on Overseas Studies, has been
Fconferring with top officials of
the Israel government, the Jewish
Agency and other organizations
on major concerns of American
Jewish philanthropy. These in-
clude the achievement of self-
support status for immigrants as
quickly as possible and explora-
ti m of methods to stretch the
value of American philanthropic
d >llars to the limit of accomplish-
ment
Through the CJFWF Commit-
tee on Multiple Appeals, major
emqhasia has been placed on de-
veloping a.central Israeli philan-
thropic fund and budget. The
. luncil has also been cooperating
cl isely with the Jewish Agency
1 u" Palestine in reducing the
number o_f authorized campaigns
with eleven drives currently
: od. Continuing efforts are
being directed at centralizing ap-
peals for Yeshivoth and tradi-
ti >nal institutions.
With the new DP Act offering
opportunity for increased Jewish
immigration to the United States,
the CJFWF National-Local Rela-
tions Committee sponsored a
meeting of the largest welfare
funds with the United Service for
New Americans. As a result of
this meeting, an equitable formula
fjr community assurance quotas
was also authorized by the
CJFWF executive committee. A
National Local Relations Sub-
committee is exploring the possi-
bilities of further integrating the
immigration work of USNA, JDC
and HIAS.
Continuing its long range ef-
forts the CJFWF Committee on
Stable and Unified Rund Raising
held a series of meetings witn
representatives of national and
overseas agencies. The objective
of these meetings was to achieve
greater coordination, effectiveness
and economy in national cam-
paign and promotion programs.
3. Has a well-founded fear of
being the victim of persecution
for reasons of race, religion, na-
tionality or political opinion as
the result of events in Europe
prior to January. 1951. and owing
to such fear is unable or unwill-
ing to avail himself of the pro-
tection of the government of his
country or his nationality.
The committee decided that the
convention shall not apply to
refugees who voluntarily re-
acquired their former nationality
LEGISLATION OUTLAWING
the Communists; however, such
legislation is to be in conformity
with the national ADL policy on
civil rights;
MEASURES WHICH WILL put
an end to all discrminatory ad-
vertising by hotels and resorts
throughout the state.
Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida re-
gional director of ADL, led off
the proceedings with a discussion
of the activities of the Klan in
the state. He referred to their
Negro golf case was also aired
at the session.
Miamians who attended the
conference were Shapiro, Sidney
Aronovitz, George Talianoff, Leo
Steinman. Leonard Tobin, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, Alvin
Corenblum, A. J. Kaplan, Irving
Saal, Herbert Weiss, Miller and
Harold Siegel.
or are former members of a Ger-
man minority who established
themselves in Germany.
r \ Council Acts On Report Of
Commission On Human Rights
The
ten-
or acquired a new nationality or I meetings in Jacksonville on June
returned to their former ^country 3 and jn Orlando on July 15. as
well as to their leader, Bill
Hendrix, who, Balkin revealed,
has a long and infamous record of
hate-mongering, and their organ,
a Jacksonville-published weekly
called the Chronicle.
Ben Stark and Leigh Culley of
Jacksonville disclosed the pro- ,
GENEVA, (JTA)The U.N, .Economic and Social Council, gram that the Jacksonville ADL
completed action this week on the report of the Commission I had adopted to counteract Klan
Anti-Semitism
Reported In
Hungary
NEW YORK, (JTA) -
charge tnat anti-Semitic
dencies exist in Communist Hun-
gary and that "they are directed
from higher places, probably by
orders from Moscow," was made
in the New York Times this week
by Bela Fabian, member of the
executive committee of the Hun-
garian National Council.
on Human Rights by adopting nine resolutions recommended
by the Council's Social Committee.
In these series of votes, the Council requested the U.N.
Secretary-General to ask govern-
ments to provide information on
legislation and other action found
useful in preventing discrimina-
tion and protecting minorities;
recommended adoption of educa-
tional measures designed to
eliminate discrimination and to
combat fallacious race theories;
and approved the decision of the
Commission to consider at its
seventh session additional coven-
ants and measures dealing with
economic, social, cultural and
political human rights not covered
in the present draft International
Covenant on Human Rights.
The Council also adopted a
resolution transmitting the draft
covenant to the General Assembly
for certain policy decisions, with
the request that the Commission
on Human Rights reconsider and
prepare a revised draft in the
light of these decisions. It also
asked the Secretary-General to
continue publication of the year-
book on human rights, and took
note of the report of the Human
Rights Commission.
Rabbi Horowitz, Spiritual Leader Of New
Congregation, To Conduct Holiday Rites
Rabbi Hirsch Horowitz, spiritual
Hader of the recently established
Congregation Eitz Chayim (Tree
of Life), will conduct High Holy
Day services at the Tides Hotel,
1220 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach,
September 12 and 13. and 21.
Rabbi Horowitz has served the
local community for the past fif-
teen years as senior rabbinic
adviser. He is a member of many
years standing of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada and has held
important rabbinic posts in New
York.
He was ordained as rabbi with
Semicah by some of the most
famous rabbis of our time: Rabbi
Sondor Zalman Kahana Shapiro
Krinker (Malcher), Rabbi Elijah
Kotzkin, chief rabbi of Lublin,
and Rabbi A. I. Cook, former
chief rabbi of Israel. He was also
ordained by Rabbi M. Rosen, one
of the greatest Talmudic scholars
in this country, author of a nine
volume Talmudic work, and
honorary president of the Union
of Orthodox Rabbis.
Rabbi Horowitz is the son of
one of the most distinguished
Palestinian rabbis of the past
century.
F Horowitz has functioned as rabbi
at the religious services conducted
during the winter months at the
Tides Hotel. He will chant the
musaf services at the Tides Hotel,
for the newly organized Eitz
Chayim Congregation, which has
engaged him as its permanent
rabbi.
Religious services will hence-
forth be held twice daily through-
out the year. Reservations for the
High Holy Day services can be
made now at the Tides Hotel
office.
Israel-Jordan Peace
Conditions Listed
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The con-
ditions under which Jordan is
willing to conclude permanent
peace with Israel were outlined
this week in a broadcast over the
British-controlled Near East
Arabic Radio in Cyprus.
The broadcast said that the
Jordan delegation to the mixed
armistice commission believes
that peace would be possible if
Israel returns Jaffa and a section
of Lydda to the Arabs, reopens
the Jerusalem-Bethlehem road in
exchange for Jordan's reopening
the road from Jerusalem to Mt.
Scopus, pays compensation to
Arab refugees who fled from ter-
ritory now belonging to Israel and
restitutes the Ruttenber? power
station to the Arabs.
A meeting of the Israel-Jordan
armistice commission was sched-
uled for this week in Jerusalem,
but Jordanians at the last minute
requested a postponement. No
new date for a meeting was fixed.
An Israel military spokesman
confirmed that a clash took place
between an Israel military patrol
and a band of Arab smugglers
northeast of Beersheba last Wed-
nesday night. He said ten smug- j
glers were killed, ten were cap- |
tured and three older men were I
^nded over to the Arab Legion.
propaganda. Frank Kleinfeld,
president of Florida State Federa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges, out-
lined the measures adopted in St.
Petersburg.
Nat Shorestein. president of A.
B. Weil Lodge of B'nai B'rith in
Jacksonville, presided at the
luncheon session, at which Morris
B. Abram, well known Atlanta
attorney, spoke on "The Southern
Scene Today."
At the afternoon session a
heated discussion arose on sec-
traianism in public schools. The
Settlement Of Claims
Totals $100,000,000
FRANKFURT, (JTA)Settle-
ment of restitution claims filed
by persons persecuted by the
Nazis now totals 418,696.927
Deutsche marks (about $100,000,-
000) in property and money, of-
ficials of the U.S. zone of Ger-
many revealed here. About 85.000
claims still remain unsettled, they
reported.
Admitting that the Nazi vic-
tims, mostly Jews, would only
collect a fraction of the property
confiscated by the Germans dur-
ing the Hitler regime, the officials
said that the value of settlements
still pending is impossible to es-
timate.
Labor Zionists Assail
Proposed Aid To Spain
NEW YORK, (JTA)In a tele-
gram addressed to President
Truman the Labor Zionist Organ-
ization of America came out
strongly against the Senate reso-
lution to grant aid to Franco
Spain in the focm of a $100,000,000
loan.
The LZOA urged the President
to avert any action in favor of
"fascist Spain which would only
bring confusion and dismay to all
the free countries of the world
which are rallying under the in-
spiration and leadership of Amer-
ica in the struggle against
totalitarianism."
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz Accepts Call To
Pulpit Of West Miami Jewish Center
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz of Hoboken,
N. J., has accepted the call to the
pulpit of the West Miami Jewish
Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St., ac-
cording to an announcement by
Irving L. Wexler, president.
The new spiritual leader studied
at the Yeshiva University in New
York and graduated from City
College of New York. He has
also done graduate work in school
administration at Teachers Col-
lege, Columbia University, and is
now completing his studies for
an M. S. at the New York School
of Social Work at Columbia in
he fields of group and commun-
ity organization.
During his theological training,
the young man served as guest
preacher at numerous synagogues
in Brooklyn and Bronx. His most
recent, post was as spiritual lead-
er of Congregation Moses Monte-
fiore, Hoboken.
He has had extensive experi-
ence in the fields of religious
education and youth activities.
For the past year he has served
as director of an experimental
group work program at the Jew-
ish Center. Previously he was
executive director of the West-
chester Zionist Youth Commis-
sion.
Rabbi Lifshitz is affiliated with
the New York Board of Rabbis,
the Rabbinical Council of New
Jersey, the National Association
of Jewish Center Workers and
the City College Alumni Associa-
tion.
Plans are being made for the
establishment of a program for
teen agers and young boys and
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz
girls in the West Miami area.
Registration for Sunday and He-
brew school is already underway
under the direction of Harry
Klein. 87-0377.
Rabbi Lifshitz will assume the
duties of his new post the first
week of September and will of-
ficate at the High Holy Day serv-
ices to be held in the new center
building at 5720 S.W. 17th St


PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY,_AUGUsT i8i
Pll Say...
July li ing all day among Bi I
..i ruins and devastations. I plan t" attend
. a Sj and spend the
rung in a bar and pool room
Jewish DP's. It is warm.
i i decide ; eal outside and watch the crowd go
. thi' Bri : Berlin.
lii nl plai e is i i asy matter in the
:i the tables an rilled with idlers, who
it and talk over a coffee or beer by the hour.
He'rr Our (Mr. Wi lid never think of
pi nting the bill until request! I bj the schmooser,
ash customers for a full course
dinner. But >uch are the ingrained habits of Europe,
which di in and atom bombs, steadfastly:
i '
Ft .'del Luecken
A chair is finally vacated. I feel a growing con-
nee in my German and ask the waiter what he
idy since 1 can't stay very long. But I am
quickly bogged down when he starts spieling oft' a
list .1 dishes. A lady who is dressed in American
style sitting at the table comes to the rescue with a
two way translation. The waiter moves away leisurely
nother table and seems to forget my rush order.
1 c >mplain to the attractive interpreter and a con-
vert tion ensues.
.1 Apparent .V<;:
She was born in Berlin and now lives in Ju York.
v this a natural slip in a thick accent which could
I Jt with a knife0 Or a deliberate anti-Jewish
implication? They came to the U. S. three years ago.
Hi Husband, a designer of ladies' clothes, has a good
inn in- again Ju York. I was ready with some
rcasm: whether their reason for
grating was her husband's loss of his job in the
p shade factory under Use Koch. But I decide
main incognito since this stupid Nazi evidently
: Mexican or perhaps an Indonesian.
harrowing incidents of Nazi
better still reveal the inner workings
r Bund members still operating in New
Y Yoi kvilli :
Criticizing Berlin as the only large city that offers
for visitors. I suggest that she
nav< following day and then see
A troubled look comes into her
ed. "1 came to Berlin only
nother. If shi feels all right. I will
Are There Any Good Germans?
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
come, otherwise I can't." So Nazis have hu
feelings! There is something sympathetic and even
kind about her. A nation poisoned by propaganda.
What a pity:
A Synagogue m Ruins
Next day shortly pasl noon. Mrs. Friodel Luecken
shows up. Neither of us is hungry, so we begin sight
seeing immediately. Before calling a taxi, she has
something to show me. We mm the Kurfurstendam
corner and enter Fasenen Strasse. she stops in the
middle of the block opposite a ruined edifice. I look
at her perplexed. Such devastations can be scon in
Berlin by the thousand. "You are Yewish? Yes?" She
crosses over and points to a Hebrew inscription. We
enter the ruins of the most magnificent Synagogue
in Germany. It was dedicated by Kaiser William II.
In location and splendour it compared to Temple
Emanuel on Fifth Avenue. New York.
Mrs. Luecken's eyes well up. "It was on November
10. 1938. I will never forget. Mv little girl Inga
came running into the house frightened and crying.
Mother, they are burning the Synagogues. Why are
they doing it'?" It was now my turn to ask. "Are
you Jewish too?"
Concentration Camp
Both parents of Friedel Luecken are Prussian.
When a young girl, she married a Jewish boy of the
prominent Spandau family. Before the advent of
Hitler, she obtained a divorce, but together with her
daughter, remained in the Jewish religion. When Nazi
persecution was raging in full blast, the Gestapo
ordered her. a pure blood Aryan, to renounce
Judaism. She refused and was confined to a con-
centration camp. Anxiety for her child was far more
gruelling than the blows of her Nazi tormentors.
After four months, she concluded she could from the
outside do far more for her daughter, hidden on a
farm, and for other Jews, than from behind barbed
wire. She signed the Gestapo letter of resignation
from the Jewish faith and walked out a free woman.
Another Good German
All this sounded well enough. Yet some sort of
corroboration seemed in order. "Tell me, Miss Friedel.
are there other good Germans left? I would like to
see some.'' She thought a moment and said: "The
Riedels might still be in Berlin." A cab brought us
to 2!) Waltensar Strasse. the business place of Herman
Riedel. American clothes seem to have transformed
Mrs. Luecken. At first they didn't recognize her. But
soon they welcomed her with the warmest transports
of friendly affection. We were invited ; .
apartment upstairs, and coffee with pastrvf tk best cafe in Berlin was served. "tontj
His Jewish Wife
the terror ol the past two decades is d
bedded in their consciousness. Thev n p'-v iJ
off the bitterness towards their swinki, ,sh*J
These anti-Nazis live isolated. CoJ.',,"^N
: speak of their former nightmares Som
are never mentioned. For instance M a 'f"~l
Jewish. Her 14-year-old daughter 'by a t el "I
marriage committed suicide. Her husband'? """I
fanatical Nazi now living in Spain, spat iJ*A
face. Yet at 59. her face shows remarkable Z '"I
and personality. lnarttJ
Slave Lobor
During the war, Herman Riedel was haiiUi
before the Gestapo. "Why do you. a true 11 *
insist on remaining a Juden Knechf" Hp a ^
being a slave of the Jews. "Then divorce vour jT?
wife!" Mr. Riedel spoke up manfully, "My first!*
was echt Deutsch and impossible to live with I
unhappy. I love my. good Jewish wife and am'haS
with her. I will never divorce her." At 56 he
put to slave labor in a concentration camp. He shr2
to 80 pounds. As the war was coming to a close i!
managed to escape. His camp picture is more skeletal
than human. He found his home depleted of funvtu,
and all merchandise gone. I look at the numeral
paintings on his walls, among them, a Jew p^vm
in a taleth. "These are not valuable. I had a genun
Goblein tapestry hidden away. With the money-
brought. I started life again at 58.
Underground Resistance
The three were recalling incidents of their time trouble. It now appears that Itfrs. Luecken had undK.|
stated her case. After her liberation, she joined i-1
underground resistance group. Among them wasj
member of the Gestapo, who informed them of ,1
projected raid on Jews. She was able to warn Msl
Riedel to go into hiding and thus escape "death i|
Dachau. They laugh over the incident when MrJ
Luecken was almost caught painting anti-Nazi senij
ments on the pavement. The penalty was death.
I asked what became of the anti-Nazis. They >|
all dead, was the answer. "And how manv'g
Germans were there?" With an expression of puj
Mr. Riedel replied, "I don't know; but thev weij
entirely too few."
B'nai It'ritli Leaders To Mian Plan*
For M<-imIm'j ship Drive Manila v IWte
in 1
111 i ned
evenin '. ist 21. in
Rooi of the
announci
' mncil Direct C
'
nnual nal ber-
' i< 107-yi ar-old
niz itioi
uncl nnjv,
unding ol B'nai B'rith
!3.
nard N
n i i;
:' drive chai: n,an of
l Honda. .'.-.11 head the com-
of the initial

Elkes, assistant nal
;::p director, will fly
I im the national B'nai
headqu ti i w
r?"'5fMC' and Julius Fisher,
'' No. 5 si cretary, will ar-
Va to confer
Dr W,.
wi x.er, immediate past presidenl
' 5 and membership
:'; SSloner, will leave Savan-
na:! Ga., Friday to attend the
ive
n Bloom, president
| the Women's Council, and
George J. Bertman. president ol
the Greater Miami Men's B'nai
K run Council, will represent al-
most 3,000 members in the South
rjorida area.
CMWnittee in charge of ar-
ifleitta includes Judge San,
Silver. Judge W,. L. Pallet,
Mayor Harold Turk. A. J. Kaplan
Irving Schatzman, David Fenton.
Albi 11 J. Beer, Jerome Adelman
and Sam Kessler.
Goal for District No. 5. com-
prising six southeastern states.
en set at 5.000 members b\
Districl Presidenl Abe Schewel
"i Lynchburg, V*a and a tentative
goal ol fj00 new members has
1 been established for the state ,,i
Kim ida by Frank Kleinfeld. stale
[federation president, of St.
i Petersburg.
Representatives from Ft. Laud-
erdale, Hollywood and West Palm
Beach will attend the event and
a total exceeding 100 key workers
in B'nai B'rith is expected t0 be
on hand,
Workshop Will Present
"Arrow In The Air"
"Arrow in the Air" will bt
presented by Radio Workshop for
Democracy, on Sunday, August
20, at 7:45 p.m. over station
WMIE.
The cast includes Bernard
Zweigel. Sam Freeman, M. J.
Berliner, Mr. LaFlower, Miriam
Goldstein. Dave King, Gertrude
Marx and James Bishop.
Mrs, Marx directs the produc-
tion, with Bernard Hutner, as-
sistant director of the Florida
regional office of the Anti-De-
ia,mation League, serving as
technical adviser. Steve Kessler
is musical director.
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H. H. Hyman, Miami power
company executive and former
tied ( ross chairman, has been
appointed by the University of
Michigan Alumni Association here
as chairman of the Michigan
Memorial-Phoenix Project cam-
paign fr South Florida.
He will lead 400 University of
Michigan alumni residing in'this
area in a nation-wide appeal to
, raise $0,500,000 from alumni and
li lends of the university to ad-
vance the development of atomic
energy.
The school plans to set up a
; research center at Ann A/bor for
, atomic research in all the phvsi-
I. biological and social sciences
Liebman Speaks
Seymour Liebman, former di-
rector of the ZOA economic
commission, writer, and ecturer, j
addressed a meeting of the Miami
Young Zionist District (Masada) I
on Thursday. August 17, at 8:30
p.m. at the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Mr Liebman. who recently es-
tablished residence in this area
spoke on "Israel and the Young
Adults in America." An authority
on Zionist matters, the sp'eake-
has recently completed his third
trip to Israel.
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PAGE THREE
as that continuation of such
Ctices will harm the existing
^spapers. In several instances,
ortant national organiza-
which publish some of the
|iy periodicals share in the
asations.
lie publishers of newspapers
liated with the Americar
ociation of English Jewish
irspapers charge in their
ement that national organi-
ns have been "duped" by
gponsible solicitors to submit
scheme which involves the
jing of advertisements from
bs of English-Jewish news-
rsparticularly holiday ed-
;; the mailing of copies of
advertisements to the ad-
lisers, giving the impression
. they appeared in the columns
iv magazines in whose behalf
solicitations are made; the
:hing of a bill to the ads
ng for immediate payment for
, in one case giving the
ertiser five days in which to
ct the ad, else making himself
Jonsible for its use.
ic statement, signed by Philip
novitz. president of the as-
ation, editor of the Detroit
Esh News; Fred K. Shochet.
Usher, The Jewish Floridian;
Jacobs, publisher, Buffalo
sh Review, and Jacques Back,
jr, Nashville Observer, secre-
Leo H. Frisch, publisher,
leapolis Jewish World, treas-
Robert S. Gamzey. editor,
irer Jewish News; Irving U.
ies, publisher, Wisconsin
sh Chronicle; A. Slabot, Jew-
ledger, New Orleans, La.;
Keleman, B'nai B'rith
fcenger. Los Angeles; alsi has
endorsement of seven other
bers >f the Association's ex-
re committee and an addi-
|1 23 affiliated publishers.
statement reads in part:
The American Association of
;.' h-Jewish Newspapers calls
attention of responsible lead-
in all American Jewish com-
>nities, where English-Jewish
klies are being published
kularly with a sincere desire to
tve the best interests of the
nmunities and of Jewry at
Ige, to unethical and scandalous
pins which are being used by
[azines calling themselves
Itliout justification 'national
|blications' to secure advertising
holiday editions.
['These- 'hocking practices have
paged not only Jewish ad-
ptisers but also non-Jews who
ire called our member news-
?ers to express their resenl-
fcnt. One magazine was told by
advertiser that he is interested
|supporting only the local news-
?ers. In many instances the
litude of 'a plague on both your
uses' has resulted in direct
Irm to the English-Jewish
feekly newspaper which are con-
^ntly called upon to render
fyices to the very organizations
lich now seek to stab them in
iglish-Jewish Newspapers Condemn
lethical Practices Of Ad Solicitors
DETROIT, Mich.The American Association of English-
sh Newspapers, in a strongly-worded statement released
week, calls the attention of all American Jewish communities
unethical and scandalous tactics" charged against a number
publications calling themselves "national magazines" in
itation of advertising, and
the back by their unethical prac-
tices.
"The American Association of
English-Jewish Newspapers has
made a sincere/ effort to avoid
a scandal. We have called this
matter to the attention of the
National Community Relations
Advisory Council, and we hope
that the NCRAC will be strong
enough to solve this internal
problem. We have prevailed
upon our member newspapers not
to turn the matter over to their
respective Business Bureaus and
to the U. S. Postal authorities.
But we are forced to make this
public statement in our own
columns and through the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency in order that
responsible Jewsadvertisers and
those who are concerned that the
highest Jewish ethical values
should be enforcedshould not be
misled by irresponsible solicitors.
"Our contentions are that a
periodical like Spectator, with
a limited circulation, has no right
to claim coast-to-coast circula-
tion, simply because it has a
dozen readers in Detroit, a couple
in Milwaukee, a handful in Chi-
cago and several hundred in New
York. We maintain that funds are
being raised under false pretenses
by the guilty publications and
that a serious issue, involving in-
ternal public relations, has been
created by the guilty parties by
their unethical approaches to
non-Jews as well as Jews.
"The English-Jewish press has
earned more serious considera-
tion from the offenders than it
received in the irresponsible ad-
vertising campaign conducted on
behalf of the Frontier, Kemfer,
Spectator, and several other
papers.
"In the best interests of our
communities and their respon-
sible organizations, we call
upon the offending magazines
to return the funds Ihey have
secured by means of unjusti-
fied appeals and to notify the
advertisers ihey solicited that
they had no intention of
harming the community
papers which justifiably de-
pend upon local advertisers
for their sustenance.
"It is our sincere hope that
NCRAC and Jewish leaders in
the 33 communities in ;vhich our
newspapers are published will act
firmly in exposing the scandalous
methods resorted to by the guilty
groups. It also is our hope that
we shall be assisted properly to
prevent this matter from going
for an airing to the non-Jewish
community where it already
is being exposed disgracefully
among non-Jewish advertisers
and to the Better Business
Bureaus."
Gables Women To
Honor Faculty
The Sisterhood of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center will have
as their guests of honor Rabbi
Morris Skop and the Sunday
school faculty at a luncheon and
card party slated for Wednesday,
August 23, at 1 p.m. at the center.
The newly appointed teachers will
be introduced by Mrs. Ralph
Bargteil, principal of the Sunday
school.
The four class-room addition to
the building has been completed
and the Sunday school plans to
hold registration on September 3, j
with classes starting September
10.
Arrangements for this affair
have been made by Mrs. Sam D.
Goodman and Mrs. William
Pallott, chairman. Hostesses will
be the Mesdames Louis Beck,
Rose Gelperin, Bernard Handsell,
Milton Katz, Joseph Koven,
Henry Levy, Fannie Lieber and
Milton Yaffee.
Reservations may be made by
calling 48-4081 or 48-5507. Plans
have been made for the super-
vised care of the children.
Youths Will Entertain
Golden Agers Sunday
The Rhythm Roundup, one of
the units of the Youth Roundup,
will perform for the Golden Age
Friendship Club's regular meet-
ing on Sunday, August 20 at 2:30
p.m.
Before the show, the Golden
Agers will have a short business
meeting and a monthly birthday
party.
Beach Women To
Hold Games Fete
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will sponsor
a games party at the New Yorker
Hojel, 1611 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, on Wednesday, August 23,
at 8 p.m., according to Mrs. Ida
Optner, president.
Proceeds from the affair will go
to the organization's community
service projects.
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EDITORIAL
World Maccabtah
From September 27 through October 9, the Third
World Maccabiah Athletic Games will be held in
Israel and among the participants will be some of
the world'" outstanding Jewish and other athletes.
Prominent American Jewish stars in numerous
sports will take part in these games which are
attracting worldwide attention. As co-chairmen cf
the National Committee for United States Participa-
tion ::: Maccabiah, Col. Harry D. Henshel and
Charles L, Crnstein already have brought together
c lcrge group of American athletes.
With the cooperation of the Jewish Welfare
Bcc U. S. participation should bring added
glory tc the sportsmen and should help cement
good relations between this country and Israel.
F'cnned for Succos, the 1950 Maccabiah un-
doubtedly will encourage en increased number of
American Jews to visit Israel during that period of
v.:c yeai wh the most pleasant for
touri3ts. American Jewry will await reports c: the
Ma wil :: interest. Jewish
News, Detroit.
Thv \ew Iss'tivli Center
Nothing is more important to the future of Israel
than the maintenance of good relations end under-
standing between Israel and the United States.
Thus the news that a Center cf Israeli Studies has
teen created at Columbia University is significant.
Designed to "perform a national service by pre-
paring well-qualified American and foreign
students to understand Israel and its people, both
its Near Eastern setting and its historical ccn-
nection with the Jewish people and with their
relig i culture in other countries," the new
Columbia unit has set icr itself a purpose that can
f-s W^
THE BEST RECEPTION
only elicit commendation. And staffed by a group
of experts in Jewish culture, under the direction
of the able Dr. Salo W. Baron, we can be assured
of the high academic standing of the undertaking.
Letter* From AmerU*
Last week Bavarian Prime Minister Ha
walked into the office of the America* ^1
Commissioner and, dropping a bag-full n I
on a desk, he remarked dryly "this is "^
of interest to the American occupation auth rL I
And so it was. The letters, two hundred oh'i
were sent to the Prime Minister by GermaT
the United States. They were of anti-Semitic" 1
tern and protested against the proposed tJI
Mathilda Ludendorff, wife of Field M I
Ludendorff, before a German denazification I
After facing the mass evidence of anti-Wl
propaganda emanating from the United St%|
the American officials said they were aware fill
anti-Semitic articles in some of the Gera I
language newspapers in the U.S. were ij!|
transmitted to nationalist groups in Germany qJ
they conceded that the letter-writing campaJ
was connected with the neo-Nazi movement J
Germany which is said to be headed by Fisl
Ludendorff.
The report did not say whether Dr. Ehard M
a smile of derision when he placed the letters al
the desk. But if he didn't, it was only because \A
probably thought it undiplomatic to ernbarrcJ
the officials. However, it is doubtful they missed
the point. Fcr it is quite clear that what he mec;
to convey was that anti-Semitism was quite al
rempant among Germans in America cs i|
Germany.
200 Delegates To Attend Workmen's
Circle Conclave In Miami Beach Sept. 2-5
Religious School* Obituaries
To Open .Soon
. .. expi
'.:
. the i ty-firsi nl
..' Southern District
let Id :ron
Sept
I Jcsej Dunt v si t seen
.
...

r Lyceum. 25 Washin
: thi .. I vitii -
of thi Duntov said. '.?
I in .. survey of the funds
important cause
in Jewish and labor movements.
Al ut $30,000 was raised last year
1<: reconstruction, rehabilitation
purposes hen n
Europe and in Israel. This ..- in
additi n t( the tens of thousands
liars contributed individually
by Workmen's Circle members to
their federations. community
chests ;.nd other philan::.: pic
organizations."
The district has adopted 15 war
orphans, he disclosed. Over four
-and dollar- ..- raised annual-
1>'_: maintenance
Thi iistrict committee has been
instrumental in urging the Eng-
king branches to extend
I ictivities in the Jewish com-
munity centers. Cultural activities
included lectures, concerts
i>nd an effective dramatic group
in Houston. There an
Workmen's Circle school
operation and efforts are being
madi establish others.
Within the last two years three
English--peaking branches were
<~-ti shed tvery Fr.day t,rce -a??
gxth tu-Mt. v ami it. riorg;. E=;
\V,l" *=ona.clais matt*- J_.lv 4
two. ,, Pc,t o,,,^ *, y *
f unaer the Act cf March 3. "879
Witkl> vemaer cf th Jew,ih Te>.
S'ap-c Agere,. Seven Arts Feat.',
Sy-e cate^ Wor a<.,a, NewsS Se7vYce
N.t.on.l Eatora. Acc,at.cn. Ame'f
can Anoc.at.en of Enot jh.Jew in
Netscape-.. Ficrid^P,,,,^,,^;^';
. T'' '*" F I -- DM
eani; I An thi in At nt
plated.
An h n rary delegate to the
recent jubilee convention was
ned by the district for its
effective membership campaign
Dunto\ sa I Thi
'" be extei the ranks I
ently arrived new Amer-i

A summer camp, consisting oi
53 acres, near Chattanooga, has
been purchased from the TV A
for the use of all members of the I
Southern District and their,
families.
The district is discussing the
possibility of creating an old age
in the South, to be located
in Miami. The intention of the
organization is to purchase the old
Jewish Home for the Aged which
is now for sale.
MORRIS MElDENBERC
70, of 100 !. i passed away
Schools bells will ring out in :|';~ tt.e.ek;,H* f wife. Kate:
lfi CnnHm. c,.i, i. a l- t. : *' "' Miami Beach, and Mis
lb Ssunca\ School.-, and 1. after- Sallj Thaegei da ghtei ol Buffalo,
n n ols calling the youth of !\ J".1."' Harry, of Phii-
the Jewish community of Greater
MRS
' 67. of 1
away this
I >ars aim
stration will be held
at all schools from September 3
through 10. with Sunday schools
opening on September 10. and
afternoon Jewish school? opening
on Thursday. September 7. A
complete registry of all schools
will be i.-sued within the next
two weeks by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education
Faculties at all schools are now
b.ins completed, both in the
p+ternoon p.*>d Runrlav schonK
There is a greater demand this
year for Sunday school teachers.
All qualified teachers are urged ,
to apply immediately at the office Funeral
of the bureau, 318 Congress Bldg. N,w fork.
for placement before the begin-
ning of the school vear.
adelphla. The r< tnalna were Bent to
Philadelphia by Riverside Memorial
(Impel, Miami B<... h, :! < I i ., i
Interment.
EVA GREENHOUSE
t" s W 85th St i
week. sh.. came here two
from Toledo, <>hl., and
leaves h- husband, Louis: three nons
ft t, William and i>r Maxwell: t-.,
daughters, Mrs. Philip Coe, Miami, and
Mrs, Albert Blau, of New fork: also
six grandchildren Service* were eon.
ducted In th.- Gordon Funeral Home
with Rabhi Max Shapiio offieiating.
HYMAN FELLER
13. of 711 Jefferson Ave.. passed
away last week while vacationing in
.New jork. Mr. Feller was a resident
here for the past ten years and is
survived by four sons, in.-ludinir Ixiuis
eller, Miami Beach, and a daughter.
wi re conducted In
Beach Zionists
To Hold Picnic
Dancing and entertainment will
jbe featured at the Miami Beach
Masada's "Pre-Hurricane Whirl"
to be held Saturdav. August 19
at 9 p.m. at the Cadillac Hotel!
: Miami Beach, according to Gil
Rappaport. fund-raising chair-
man
The program will include the
piano artistry of Marshall Giller.
a dance exhibition by the Robert
Gallub Dancers and a surprise
champagne hour.
Mary Ftldman is chairman of
the event Assisting her are Mur-
ray Levine. arrangements; Esther
and Rose Brawer. door; Frances
Conen. posters: Abe Schafer. pub-
licity; Pearl Protzel. entertain-
meni
Sunday. August 20. is the date
set for tne organization's mid-
summer picnic at Matheson
Hammock. Sp. :, ,. imming and
otner group activities are on the
agenda Suzanne Kochen is in
charge of the affair.
BEN J. MERTIK
,-J,? f,f ,,(l ''"ox Ave possed awav
fTlday. a resident for the paal year,
.Mr. Meltik came here from New York.
He leaves his wife. Miriam, daughter
m'" 'v,"1,1;.- tiihtr' ,sUU" ""l sisters
Mrs, Molhe Alexander, Miss Ruth and
Esther Mertik, all of Miami.
Sorority Entertains
Members of Sigma Delta Tau
sorority entertained at a luncheon ,.
and cabana party at the Sorrento ervlcf ere conducted by the Gordon
Hotel Saturday. i *"**' Home
Representing the University of
Alabama chapter of the sorority
"'''7 J3""' Quartin. president;
Audrey Silvern, vice president-
and Bobbie Steig. Other members
"f Sicma Delta Tpu who attended
the party were Barbara Wartell
and Carol Jane Wolpert of the
university cf Miami; Roberta
, Bachmann, Northwestern Uni-
versity; and Marian Goldstein,
Oeorgia.
.Special guests were Gloria
Oocdman. of Miami Beach, who
,is entering Northwestern Uni-
versity in the fall; and Dottle
; ball, also of Miami Beach, who
will be a freshman at the Uni-
, versity of Alabama.
GEORGE LIPITZ
4.. of 9817 N Miami Ave.. passed
away Sunday in Brunswick. Ga., where
he was vacationing, He came to Miami
nve yean ago from Trenton, n J
Stil JTff .sh<" Jenn He leaves
his wife, Mary; a daughter. Janet; a
? Vin: a'"1 Mt '"' r. Morris, aU
Of Miami. Services were conducted at
SWSt.,S58? H"m" wi,h tatw-
H M^SV.RE9',JA KIRSHBEBG
York SS >.'ears' /'omin 'rom New
S;,.LtaW,h" husband, Jach.
PunJri'i W,'r'' conCta at the (Jordon
Beth Sholom Open!
Drive For Memben
The membership c mmittet i
Temple Beth Sholom is er
I ing upon a campaign foraeil
membeis for the year 5711 (1930-1
51), according to JucUe Kc-a
; Oka. membership cha
-With the approaching I*.
] Holy Days." the judge stated,]
! "Beth Sholom enters up -. Hi
'ninth year of operation underij
| family membership plan, whereby
l payment of annual dues covenl
; seating in the temple for membffll
I of the entire family, without tl*|
necessity of purchasing seats Si
includes religious instruction, p*|
paration for Bar Mtzvah and Bail
Mitzvah and confirmation, and i
host of other religious, social x& [
cultural activities.
"Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cas-.
tor Samuel Kelemef will officiate
at the High Holy Day Service!-
continued Judge Oka. "and special
services for children will be con-
ducted under the leadership ol
Principal Sydney J. Greenberl
who has written services especial-
ly geared to children of primary
and elementary school age.
passed
lieach
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-
One Vea- ., __
Two Yea-, \l %
FRED K. SHOCHET
Ea tor ana Pubhther
OFFICE and PLANT
320 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones 2-11412-8212
V .-me 23 Number '3
FRIDAY. AUGUST 18. 1950
ELUL 5. 5710
Israel Offers Drugs To
UN Forces In Korea
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)
United Nation headquarters
nere announced this week that
a cao.e was received by the UN
Secretariat from Israel's For-
eign Minister Moshe Sharett
; atmg that "at tha st=jge"
Israel could supply "substan-
t.= quantities" of certain drugs
t' ,ff tour weeks notlce.
to a,d UN forces fighting in
-"i. rea,
North Shore Unit
Leases Theatre
For Rites
The North Shore Jewish Center
has outgrown Us temporary
.quarters at 7110 Bay Drive and
i;t S i!!aue2 the Normandv Thea-
,k- u4ti? S,V and Collins Ave., for
th. Hipn Holiday Services
!hi ^ Philip Fried- s'nc
' KiJetUKn from his vation, has
j been rehearsing the choir for the
"V m Year-\ services will begin
a 6.30 p.m. Monday. September
' w^Ior5ing *ervices Tuesdav and
I Wednesday, September 12, and 13
1 [III 1pm Kol Nidre will be
chanted by the spiritual leaded
ana cnoir at 6:30 p.m. Wedne.sdav,
Sep ember 20. Services Thursday
?m mHer.21, WiI1 beglnat 8 30
am, and last till sundown.
,G?0RGE SUTCLIFFE
J3, of 58(9 N Hay Road
away August it in a Miami
hospital. He was the owner ..r a
and stationery store ,, the Bead?
Neon' ^r:.,er,^""m"" ""'"^ *
Moves Offices
rei'bS" aBnloomfie'd Miami Beach
realtor, announces the removal of
to 165 ( Washington Ave.
Ban On Discrirnanrion Asked
TheAr ,FfRANCISCO, (jTA) __
FHm, I,frn,a State B"ard of
Education was asked to take irri
mediate action to eliminate racial
Young Israel
Announces Plan-'
For Holidays
Plans for High Holy Day serv-
ices at the Young Israel Syna-
gogue have been formulated, ac-
cord inc to an announcement from
Louis Fox. presi-
dent, and So
Lobel. head ol
. h e synagogue
rommittee.
Rabbi Shulman
>f Newark, N.J-
jvill be Baal
5hacharis. Abra-
ham Calish will
afficiate at t
Musaf service
ind Kol Nidre.
He is said to pos-
sess a cultured
voice which re-
flects many years of experience
as Baal Tfilah.
The synagogue has been com-
pletely redecorated for the holi-
days and an air cooling system
has been installed. ^
Tickets mav be purchased at tw
synagogue daily, excepting Sab-
bath, between 8 and 9 a.m. ana
6:30 and 7:30 p.m. Reservations
may be made by calling Mr. Lobei
at 5-7873.
Calish


)AY, AUGUST 18. 1950
*-Jewisli ftoridlar
PAGE FIVE
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lurie of St. Louis are spending a ten-
vacation at the El Mirasol Apartments, Miami Beach.
* *
Vacationing in Canada, New England and New York are
end Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz.
* *
Robert B. Levin recently returned from a combined business
i pleasure trip to New York. Mr. Levin is president of
jidard Chemical Co.
* *
Hyman Serota recently returned to Miami Beach after
tting family and friends in Detroit.-
* *
I Mi. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman will leave by plane Friday
I Toledo, Ohio, where they will serve as godparents at naming |
lemonies for a daughter born to their niece, Mrs. Ruth Webney.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisman of 1650 S.W. 3rd St., celebrated
Bris Milah of their son, George, on Sunday. Rabbi Philip
d officiated, and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff acted as Sandek.
* *
Among vacationers at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville,
C. are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
inqer and grandson, Peter, Mrs. Fred Quittner, Dr. Celia
bhl. Mrs. S. R. Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Pushell and
lighter, Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. William Marks, Mr. and Mrs.
jis Jacobs, Harry Wertheimer and N. Isaacs.
* *
Morris Moscowitz of West Palm Beach is in New York on
siness. During his stay, he will visit his daughters who are ,
camp. M ^ ^
Announcing the birth cf a son are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
lold of Lake Worth.
* *
Miss Anna Bartnick of New York arrived here this week to
lend the wedding of Irwin Starr to Lynette Silverman, which
M: place at the Shelborne Hotel Tuesday night. Miss Barnick
[the guest of her cousins, Mrs. Sarah Starr and Mrs. Anne
iawer, of 2270 S.W. 23rd Terr.
* *
Philip Padawer has returned from a vacation in Greenville,
bs where he was the guest of his uncle. Irwin Starr.
* +
Mrs. Morris Alpert recently left to visit relatives in Spring-
Id Mass., a granddaughter in Boston and a wedding in
(iqeport, Conn. Before returning to Miami Beach, she will
kd the Hadassah convention at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in
w York.
* *
Sot. l'c Kurt Neumann, Co. F, Florida National Guard, is
foining with his unit at Fort Jackson, S. C. Sat. Neumann, who
ires in Palm Beach, served in Palestine during World War II.
* M
Irving and Leon Lieberman flew to Long Branch, N. J.,
Wednesday night to attend the unveiling of a monument to the
Memory of their mother. Irving will return to Miami Sunday,
phile Leon will join his wife and daughter in Newark and will
etum by motor on Labor Day.
* *
Vaationers at Lakeside Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, include
IM. and Mrs. Morris Berick, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker, Mr and
5:s. Harry Browarnick and Mrs. Morris Lansburgh and children.
SAFETY
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ANY MAKE CAR
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Quigg To Speak
The Hon. H. Leslie Quigg.
former chief of police and city
commissioner of Miami, will give
a demonstration and discussion on
"Magic and Hypnotism" at the
monthly meeting of the Miami
Jewish Community Center on
Thursday, August 24, at 8 p.m.
A short business meeting will
precede the program.
In snakes and gecko lizards,
the tear duct opens into the
mouth.
JEWISH
CUISINE
LUNCHEON
SPECIALS
SANDWICHES
SOUR CREAM WITH
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOOR CREAM WITH
VEGETABLES
Air-Conditioned
Rabbi Irving L.ehrman was
elected a member of the executive
committee of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America at the
group's recent convention in New
York. The rabbi, his wife and
two children returned this week I
from Highmount. N. Y.. where)
they spent their summer vacation, j
Rosenthal Bar Mitzvah
Alan Morton Rosenthal, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Fredric Rosenthal.
2485 S.W. 22nd Ave., will become
Bar Mitzvah on
_ Saturday,
August 19, at 9
a.m. at the Mi-
ami Hebrew
School and Con-
gregation. Rabbi
Simon April will
officiate.
The Bar Mitz-
vah attends
Shenandoah
Junior High and
is vice president
of the junior
congregation o f
the Miami Hebrew school.
The Rosenthals will be hosts at
a reception in honor of the young
man at their home Sunday,
Ani'st 20. from 2 to 5 p.m.
Relatives and friends are in-
vited to attend.
Mezzanine Floor
FOREIGN PORTS
A hotel in Haiti, Movie exe-
cutive in Hollywood, Cal.,
Furniture Maker of Grand
Rapids and the presidential
Palace in Havana are a few
of thp varied customers of
the Empire Furniture Factory
and Rattan Works, 1225 N.E.
2nd Ave., Miami. These as
well as many GI homes right
here in Miami make Empire
the" versatile source for smart
furniture buyers.
For smartness, correctness,
beauty, durability and ex-
cellence of color harmony,
won't you visit Empire's Vast
display at the factory show-
room.
CONG. BETH TFILAH
(Beautiful. Modern, Air Conditioned Synagogue)
935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
ANNOUNCES
That the Seating Committee is in the Office every day to
accommodate the population with tickets for the High Holidays.
Alan
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Our Spiritual Leader. Rabbi and Cantor
known as
THE YERUSHALMY
Will conduct the services and deliver the sermons
As the time draws near to the ho'idays we ask the public not 1
to delay making their reservations.
J
Come immediately and secure your tickets.
H. Zaidman. Chairman William Rothman, Chairman <
Board of Governors Seating Committee
MRS. SHULMAN
ALTERATIONS
DRESSMAKING
Also Men's Alterations
Formerly of Lincoln Road
Now Located at
1060 S.W. 36th Ct. Ph. 48-4464
Mr. H. Zaidman
of the
DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC
HELP RELIABLE DAY
WORKERS
$5.00
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Phone* -5S17 -727
61 N. E. 5th Street
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Door Glass
Vent Glass
AUGUST ONLY
tMo&tCr.
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TWO CONVINI
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153 N. W. 5th'Street Telephone 3-1430
Will Be Happy to Serve You
Plan For Your Holiday Needs NOW1
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and We Will Guarantee That
You Will Service the Highest
Quality Western Meats and
Seleeted Poultry At Your
Holidav Meals
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Worry
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thousand details for your
Weddings, Bar Mitzvah*. En-
gagements, Lawn Parties,
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Parties, Meetings, Buffets.
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PHONE 3-5463
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The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director
Listen to WINZ on Sundays from Noon to 1:45 and
Tuesdays 6-7 P.M.
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fJmisfi flcridriar
FRIDAY, AUGUST i8
Segal New Center
Activities Director
B. S n ap-
ties ol
.: unity
Max R. S
I t hi
: .1 ;'v .-
es executivi
Segal
'. imi Beach YM

Limmer day camp pro-
y the Jewish
Cent' : ving chil-
dren Hial h, North Side. '
.. N th Miami,
gnment hi
- tern area

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ess. h
ted w
B'rith
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ervi
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n
I.I I HI Regional
>lM'i Planned
The Southeastern Region of the
ncil of Jewish Federations and
Fund Will hold its fif-
th annual regional conference
on Or! i" T and 8 at the Roose-
New Orleans. Plans
1951 :
a] Jewish needs will

^unities, il
H W il,
Mew irman of the
Marx
r. Borod Mi -

n ap-
I
:
Mew 0
i the
initii n the
-
tein planning
Ou i-
'
: rill nvited to
nt and i vital J
the confer-

unity
.. '
','.' fare Fund
26 i meml I
'.'.' Mils and Ji
i' immunity Councils in the
1 Stal i Canada. The
Region includes 35
unities and lias its
luarti in Atlanta. Officers
r< gion, in addition to Marx
J. Borod. are Barney MedintZ ol
Atlanta and James L. Permutt of
Birmingham.
JWV Calls For Preparedness Program
To Meet Communist Aggression
^e "wish j^SSftl I *>n program and drastic penalties
of .
the United States of America, at
its last monthly meeting in New-
York City called .for adoption of
a program of preparedness by the
i States "to help in meeting
new Communist challenges to the
free world."
A statement released by the
committee clared that "Com-
ession against the free
way of life is global in nature
and can only be deft ated by a
total muster of the physical and
moral resources of the earth's :'<-
ing free peoples. A sti t<
m ss which permits no
n police action a.
such localized iks as the
Communist invasion of the Re-
public of Korea is inadequate to
lard world peace. All who
cherii and freedom have
been tened by Americ -
pi action ;n upholding the
:.'i irity i if the
United Nations. If wi i count
'
< inisl challengi
i ti .....I ag-
y and eo-
t that, is pre-
he initiative in any
h ol peai
The JWV policy body urged:
IMMEDIATE enactment oi a
universal service program for
both military and civil defense.
A TOTAL economic mobiliza-

I in ma Lazarus
I nil Plans r>i>
A swim party will be sponsored
by the Emma Lazarus Chapter.
Business and Professional Women
of B'nai B'rith. it has been an-
nounced by Miriam Goldstein.
lent.
The affair will be held at the
Town and Beach Club. 1 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach on Sunday
evening, August 27. with proceeds
ited for the various com-
munity service pi ran il B'nai

Cai ol T eger, cl f the
ai \ ittee. has an-
pool will be
' from 7 I
towels
Miss
I be
Paul ilor-
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1 i
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GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your roof repaired now; you
will uvt on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
Supervised Play Program
With the closing of the Miami
Jewish Community Center Day
Camp on Friday, the center will
sponsor an afternoon supervised
play program Monday through
Friday from 1 to 5 p.m.
Abe Rochstein, Mort Marcus
and Sandra Stein will be on duty
to supervise the program, which
will include basketball, softball.
badminton and other active and
quiet games.
MIAMI TOP
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Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
"WE SPREAD"
Phone 4-0335
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Make your deposits here ... TODAY
SAVINGS BANK
INDUSTRIAL
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Accounts Insured
up to $5,000 by
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Corporation
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M. NASATIR. Prcqram Director
YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR
wnrz
(940 on Your Dial)
EVERY SUNDAY
12:00 Noon to 1 :<0 P rv|
EVERY TUESDAY
6:00 to 7:00 P. M
A VARIETY OF STARi ,m tmi-
latest recordiSnTcAsRaVaNilTaHbT:e
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Listen to our Special Feature at
"BUILDERS OFPISRAEL"
Narrator
HAROLD SHAPIRO
for profiteering at the expense of
any phase of the nation's defense
program.
FINANCING of current defense
requirements on a pay-as-you-go
basis to insure against inflation.
FULL SUPPORT of President
Truman's request for increased
funds for the North Atlantic
Democracies and additional ap-
propriations for the Voice of
America, 'which until now has
been as outmanned in the war of
ideas as our fighting men have
In ra in the shooting war in
Korea."
RESTRICTIONS on the con-
struction of high-cost housing
during the present emergent
continued Federal .." nc-v
Fe low-cost housing to fig* H
consistent with the eniSL?!
needs of the country's waJ'JS
'hroughr-
erans of the Korean fightta!!
dependents of Korean w?J
jured. All services -
The committee also n
that the facilities of ,iw5?H
erans service offices
the country are
are
charge and are offi
sectarian basis.
free I
*nt9
rtabbl Joseph E. Rackonk, i
818 Michigan Avenu.
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
AS LOW AS
4%
INTflEST
MORTGAGE LOANS
HENRY E.WOLFF CO.
nit*.
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RESERVATIONS NOW AVAILABLE
for the High Holy Day Services
FLAGLER GRANADA
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
N. W. 1st Street and 51st Place
Call Mrs. James Segal at 4-0425
Tickets at S5, $7.50 and $10
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UDAY. AUGUST 18, 1950
Jenisti Meridian
PAGE SEVEN
Registration For Beach Center Schools
'ill Get Underway Monday Morning
-I I, Miami Beach Jewish Center
ilj Religious and Sunday
i Is will begin registration on
londay. August 21, from 11 a.m.
,"i p.m. Parents are asked to
ornpanj children when regis-
Iring.
(Daily religious school sessions
Jill commence Tuesday. Scptem-
."). at 3:30 p.m. with Sunday
|in,.ii scheduled to get underway
Sunday, September 10, at 10
ii.
| A bus service has been In-
durated which will bring stu-
fents from public schools to the
ligious school building. The
vice originates at Biscayne
lementary School, proceeds to
jrth Beach Elementary School,
jd the last stop for picking up
lidents is on Collins Ave. and
Ith St.
iRp.bbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
Eider of the center, and Ben Zion
after the High Holy Days, Gins-
burg saw, Teen-age socials and
dances will also be held.
Fur children from three to six
years ol age, the center will eon-
duct a nursery school. Classes will
meet five days a week and will
include creative art, music, danc-
ing and games, all integrated with
Jewish content. The staff will be
composed of licensed teachers.
Transportation will be provided.
The school and youth activities
program is headed by Fred
Berkovitz.
Pion Flan Program
A program to be presented by
the Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach on Sunday,
insburg.'newVy"appointed chair- i Au8ust 20?l \fmw at the Labor
," of the educational committee, I Lyceum,
nounced that in addition to the
teular school program, which
Icludes a daily religious school,
semi-weekly Hebrew high
Ihool. Sunday school and a high
t for Jewish studies, the
I is expanding its schedule
i xtra-curricular activities for
:, '
uth council library and
a iom have been established
privilege of using the
will lie granted to those
join the library group.
. vealed.
junior congregation is
: the children of our re-
> schools i" assume later
sp risibility as members of the
the rabbi said. "This
iup includes boys and girls
|l n the ages of eight and 14.
children elect their own of-
fers, cantor and rabbi."
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," an Israeli movie, com-
munity singing and refreshments
are on the agenda. The play will
be performed by members of the
club. Local Habonim members
will also participate in the pro-
gram.
TransftVr of I iiiImt
ltkliiaiii.s lo Israel
I rjcd By Han Julius Haber, long-time Zionist
adherent who just returned to
Ni w York from the State of
Israel, has instituted a movement
to have the remains of Naphtali
Herz Imber, author of "Hatikvah,"
transferred from the United
state s to Israel.
Haber and his associates, who
befriended Imber during the
years 1906-09 in the lower East
Side clubrooms of the Austro-
Hungarian Zionists, are anxious
to have the remains returned to
Jerusalem before December when
the twenty-third session of the
World Zionist Congress convenes
in Israel's capital.
"When the delegates to the
I Congress visit the shrines of the
Zionist leaders," Haber declared,
I "they should also have the privi-
lege of visiting the place where
rest the remains of the father of
Israel's national anthem."
During his recent trip, his thir-
teenth to Israel. Haber visited his
daughter, his grandson, and his
son-in-law, Dov Peleg (Bernard
Popkin), chief-of-staff of the
Israeli Air Force.
Music Group Will Hold Festival Tuesday Night
Music Lovers' Group of the Mi-
ami Beach YM & WHA will
sponsor a music festival on Tues-
day. August 22. at 8:30 p.m. at
the Y. according to Joe Mooney,
chairman.
A film. "Music in Aim-
will be shown, and Mrs. Norflia
Reiff, soprano, will sing.
Margaret Chasan is chairman.
Clein Is Operator Of
Southern Laundry
Hilliard Clem, who has been
in the linen supply busini
tlj years, is now operator of
Southern Laundry and Dry
Cleaners, which offers both
wholesale and retail service.
A Miamian for the past 27 years.
Clein is married to the former
Marian Scheinbcrg. member of a
Sabbath Story hour" will be pioneer family and is the father
\\A each Saturday after the
or congregation services. The
idren will gather to listen to
Irish stories and legends and to
Ip 11.'brow- songs under the
Idership of trained leaders.
In the process of formation is
iramatic club, to be composed
\t vuimgsters-who wjll participate
holiday plays. An arts and
trails program has been organ-
ised for children interested in
Creative arts.
The junior choir, consisting of
boys and girls between the ages
H 10 and 15 learns new Israeli
longs, as well' as traditional
[iturgical music.
All athletic activities, the Boy
c iut program and the youth
eakfast services will resume
of three daughters.
Clein is also operator of Clein
Linen Service.
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fJewltii fhridiar
FRIDAY. AUGUST
isso
Former Beach Rabbi
Marries In Tel Aviv
Of interest to Miamians is news
of the marriage 01 rtdoo. uavu
Raab. former spiritual leader of (
Temple Isaiah. Miami Beach, to ,
Miss Shoshanah Shalman on July j
30 at the Great Synagogue. Tr'
Aviv.
Rabbi Raab went to Israel as j
a delegate of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis to
the World Hebrew Conference
held in Jerusalem. He is the son
Joan Kirschenbaum
Joan Kirschenbaum
Betrothal Told
trothal of Miss Joan Jeri
henbaum to Myron Harvey
L lis Greenes.
N, Y has been an-
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M Mi i K um, Miami
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High S where
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visitor accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Briggs from Washinc
D. C, where they recently spent their vacation. She will sped
i the rest of the summer in the Miami area and will also k
entertained by another uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Naih
, Becker of Miami Springs.
* *
Vacationing at Lakeside Inn, Hendersonville, N. C., ,
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta and children, Gerald and
Carlo, have returned to their Miami Beach home after three
weeks in Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
* *
Mrs. Ruth Metzger. 1433 West Ave., Miami Beach, and Mn,
Maurice Cantor, 1325 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, spent a thie*
day vacation in Butlin's in the Bahamas.
* .
Recent visitors at the Empire State Building in New York
City were Mrs. Alexander Kogan and her sons, Alexander
Jr., and Michael, of 3792 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Being welcomed to Miami Beach and the Delano Hotel for
their first summer stay are the Isadore Goldbergs of Manhattan
Beach, N. Y. The visitors are being entertained by their many

Mr. Sininis Fiance
Of Dciui Ruth Mazo
Mr. .:. Mrs. Meyer Mazo.
u ed the .
lei. Dins .
son :
M and Mi L uis Simms, 2110
S W 16th St.
I ling ill take place
29 at 3:30 p.m. in B'na:
S gut in Gainesville.
pective I room at-
V schools and is .
ident ol Miami Masada.
''... attended schools in
le ;:nd is membership
in ol Miami Masada.
Rabbi and Mrs. Raab
of Rabbi and Mrs. Solomon Raab
of Brookh-n, N. V.
The bride is the daughter of
rid Mrs. Moshe Shalman of
Tel Aviv.
Over 500 guests attended the
wedding, which was performed by
the Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv.
Rabbi Issen Jehuda Unterman,
assisted by Chief Cantor Rosen-
berg.
Marjorie Stern,
Dr. Lester Gordon
Pledge Vows
Following a wedding t'"ip I friends, including Mr. and Mrs. Leo Karpeles. Mr. and Mrs. LoriL
ESSn.'Gordon Jft'brSe | Enberg. Mr and Mrs. Hal Hertz, all of Miami Beach, at*
of July 16. the former Marjorie Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eisenberg of Miami. Lxpected this week at
Stern, are residing at 1921 Mar-! the Delano to join the Goldbergs are Mr. Goldberg's nephew
sulles Drive. Miami Beach. and nieCe, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kunsberg, Jacksonville, who
The couple exchanged vows at wi]j vacaticn here briefly,
the Sherry Frontenac Hotel before ; ^
Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. ., ,__.. ,
The bride, daughter of Mr. and Gay family parties are being held in honor of recently-
Mrs. Eugene Stern. 7227 Bay Dr.. arrived newly weds at the Delano Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Seymcs
wore ivory satin, a full length | Kimler of Brooklyn, who will make their home in Forest Hills
veil secured by a seed pearl tiara | following their tropical honeymoon at the Delano. Entertainisj
and carried a white prayer book 4,_______J,_____M* ir-.i-.- .....I.. j .,? n mr< 13
topped with purple throated
white orchids and a cascade of
the couple are Mr. Kimler's uncles and aunts, all Miami resi-
dents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Steinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
stephanotis. For "something bor- Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Holly. Joining in the
rowed." she wore her mother's J entertaining are the Steinbergs' children, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
! Steinberg and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goldstein. Mrs. Kimler is the
Miss Feist Bride
Of Beach Man
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Feist.
Great Neck. L. I., announce the
marriage of their daughter.
Melanie. to Harold Frutkoff. son
.'1 Mr and Mrs. Samuel Frutkoff.
1047 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
which took place August 7 at the
home of the bridegroom's sister.
Mrs. Jack Tobin. 1231 13th St..
Miami Beach.
For iier wedding the former
Feist chose a gown ol pale
pink lace and carried an old
fashioned bouquet. Miss Esther
: >ff. maid of honor, wore
- lace with an orchid coi
Frutkoff served as his
brother's best man.
A reception followed the cere-
mony.
F illowing a wedding trip, the
will reside in Q .
ge, N. V.
Mrs. Bernhard Spiegel, sister of
the bride, served as matron of
honor. Miss Barbara Friedman of
New York was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were the Misses
Elaine and Barbara Devore.
Dr Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron I. Gordon. 245 84th St..
Miami Beach, was attended by
his brother-in-law, Arthur Wil-
lens. Ushers were Sanford Ziff
and Dr. Jules Beckwitt.
Barney Willens. nephew of the
bridegroom, was ring bearer and
Judy Spiegel, niece of the bride,
served as flower girl.
former Miss Ruth Hacker, daughter of Mrs. Sylvia Hacker. Their
nuptials took place July 29.
There are 10 s da fountains
the United States to
in Eur> ipi .
in
one
Blanche Tyler Wed
F<> Arthur August
The wedding of Blanche Tyler,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy
Tyler, to Arthur August, son of
Jack August and the late Dora
August, was solemnized Sunday.
August 6. in the presence of the
immediate families.
Tin couple will be honored at
a reception upon their return here
following a honeymoon trip which
will take them to Chicago. De-
troit. Canada and New York.
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IY, AUGUST 18, 1950
knlst fkrldfiar
PAGE NINE
me Lavine
ide
Of
-shall Stein
Arlene Betty Lavine be-
the bride of Marshall I
on Saturday night at the
,-Frontenac Hotel in the
of their immediate
The service was read
s. Joseph R. Narot and Jacob
apian.
bride is the daughter of
fid Mrs. Jack Lavine of Far
iway, N. Y. The bride-
i's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
R. Stein, 3322 Chase Ave
Beach.
bride was attired in a gown
ported blush pink Chantilly
fashioned with an illusion
[fitted bodice, long tapering
and a full skirt featuring
sing and a double row of
I .it the hemline. Her finger-
iision veil fell from a small
id she carried a white bible
ed with orchids and valley
Henry Hohauser, the
lunt, served in a gown of mauve taf-
Uis. lueivin Lavine, Jar
|w.iv. the bride's sister-in-
ld Mrs. Lewis Gorfine, the
\\.Kim's sister, were brides-
is in pink marquisette and
lembroidered organdy re-
Tely. All the attendants
bouquets of pink roses
hnpoms.
Hn Stein of Jacksonville
\i st man for his cousin.
guests were Ronald
Sam Luby, Jr., Melvin
LaviH and Sanford Snrintz.
A pinner followed the cere-
m
I her daughter's wedding.
Mrs.
The
pink:
Orel*
ter
of
.jvine chose orchid lace,
("idcgroom's mother wore
iiffon and lace. Both wore
Icorsages.
former Miss Lavine at-
|M;,imi Beach High School
|a senior at the University
li. where she is affiliated
Ipha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Dixons United In
Garden Ceremony
A double-ring ceremony in the
garden of the home of the bride-
groom's parents united Miss Lil-
lian Goldstein and Monroe Dixon.
Boat Ride Slated
The Sisterhood of the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables will SDonsor a moonlight
excursion aboard the Dreamboat
on Sunday, August 20. The boat
will leave at 8:30 p.m. from Pier
10, City Yacht Basin.
There will be an orchestra for/
dancing and entertainment. Res-
ervations may be made by calling
Mrs. Eli Einbinder at 4-7637.

GERSHON MILLER
La
Mrs. Marshall I. Stein
Mr. Stein graduated from New
York Military Academy and the
University of Miami. He belongs
to Pi Lambda Phi fraternity.
Atter a wedding trip to Ber-
muda, New York and Baltimore,
the newlyweds will reside in
Jacksonville.
Mrs. Monroe Dixon
Rabbi Simon April read the
service, which was held at 8 p.m.
Saturday.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Mollie Goldstein, 901 S.W.
29th Ave. The bridegroom's
parents are the Aaron Dixons,
2230 S.W. 24th Terr.
For the wedding, the bride
chose a gown of white embroid-
ered organdy over white satin.
Her shoulder-length veil fell
from a white satin hat trimmed
with valley lilies. Her white or-
chids adorned a white bible, a
gift of the bridegroom.
Miss Corrine Smith was maid
of honor and Miss Ruth Dixon,
'bridesmaid. Edward Wyraan
served as best man.
After a wedding trip to New
York and Connecticut, tne newly-
weds will live at 901 S.W. 29th
Ave.
Mrs. Sidney Katz
Marion Sherman,
Sidney Katz
Speak Vows
Phyllis Kapp Studio in Coral
Gables provided the setting of the
July 30 wedding of Miss Marion
Sherman to Sidney (Bob) Katz.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff read the
service.
The bride was given in marriage
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Sherman, 1900 S.W. 7th St.
She wore a white satin gown
fashioned with a marquisette yoke
appliqued with white satin flowers
and seed pearls. Her veil of nylon
French illusion fell from a tiarra
of orange blossoms.
Miss Anita Mendler was maid
of honor and Mrs. Sidney Alberts,
sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs.
Robert James Grossberger served
as matrons of honor.
Mr. Katz, son of Mrs. Ben Katz.
Philadelphia, Pa., and the late
Mr. Katz, was attended by his
brother, Harry. Meyer Sherman,
the bride's brother, seated guests.
Jay Alberts, the bridegroom's
nephew, served as ring bearer,
and Deborah Weiss, the bride's
cousin, was flower girl.
Following a honeymoon at
Butlin's in the Bahamas, the
couple will reside in Miami Beach.
The former Miss Sherman is a
graduate of Miami High School.
Her husband attended schools in
Philadelphia.
Membership Teas Set
Bni; li'rllh Wor.-.en of Coral
Gables will hold the first of a
series of membership teas at the
home of Mrs. Al Gold. 2311 S.W.
22nd Terr., on Tuesday, August
22, at 1 p.m.
Prospective members and their
sponsors are asked to call 48-0131
for reservations.
May We
Suggest
Carla Blacker
Carla Bloeker
Engaged To
Herbert Rich
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bloeker
of Nashivlle, Tenn., have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Carla Adele.'to Herbert
Richard Rich, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Rich, 1524 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Mr. Rich received his bachelor's '
degree from Vanderbilt Univers- j
ity. where he was affiliated with I
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. He has !
completed a year at law school!
and is now playing football with I
the Baltimore Colts. He was grad- '
uated from Miami Beach High
School.
The bride-elect attended George
Peabody College for Teachers.
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vjenist fh>ridinir
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18,
ZTl 18,135,1
I j
Men's Hub Will
llolil Fishing Trip
Men's Club
m will sponsor an all-day

in by Frank
j lent.
II |< ave from M<'-
Arthu vay, on the
m will in-
clude and a si
. ad mr. F
. at an old-I
n the
pati i i I thi t< mple.
Abe Solosko, chairman of the
, ., | j taking n servations at
5-2344.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Seaboard Begins Poster
Campaign In New York
To stimulate year-round vaca-
tion interesl in Florida, the
Seaboard Airline Railroad has
initiated an expansive outdooi
poster campaign in Mew York
C
Throughout the course of the
next rs, scores of giant
p .-:.xs in b
and home thi li
Each posi
f
Yoiiii;: Zionists
l.aniM h Drive
For Members
, Dis-
Septi
Zionist Or-
unit
and piv ntacl
:
35 An ing furth< r in-
1 ntacl Miss
Mazo, 4-4727.
Mi i held at the Jewish
mil i rttei on alternate
8:30. Next
ting is scheduled for August
31.
Temple ksraet (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
s .i.i. . i-n p nt 8:15 p.m.
hi\' Xaiw I
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
; .- ,i ml...
,i th, Week Port
'
T'Fereih Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services ;it 8:15 p.m.,
Satui day wUh Minchi al 8
Identa In that ai ea are Im Ited
.. attend.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. I
Min.hu Friday 8:S0. Saturday morn- i
Ing services 8:80 Rabbi will deliver
ili.- sermon on Portion of the Week
and lecture on Ethics < the Pathera
- 1.1 |i.m. Miii' ha :>t 6:1." u ni
followed by Shalos Seudos, contributed
i Mi and Mrs. I. li. Blsenstehi
Maarl> at 7:15. Pally service* ;ii S
ed bj cIhss :n Mlnhno 1"
rH| bl M i hi ' m P m. followed bj
Jew i-l. Laws and ( ustoms.
for Talmud Torah and
K eixuitei al office.
Congregation toung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Service I t at 6; Sal
J Mowed
by Shu .-... Si
.....I" in. All |
' I
Congre-:tion Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
-
i
-
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
al
PI
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followi -l i.i Shalos
H
Purl thi Week Su
:- -'l|....|. Mol
. li l-\ Ida) at 9 .i 111.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St..
Miami^Beach.
iy \.|iii .
ay mornlnR *ei \ Ice* ;t '.*'.
.i to |i m. 1 if lls nei n Ices a(
nd 6:15 p.m Sunday morn-
..i K.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
I evening services at :la.
~ .ii i .
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
s.,!,! ; .i in. Bfclur-
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
hi Isaac 8 Smith will oMel-
Ices l'i i'ii> evening.
_, ii""i clauses every Sunday tl
i.....ii.......f l'i Wm. Boros, 655 N.W.
Bind St.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
cantor.
\t services Friday evening the rabbi
win speak Services will be held In
the v patio.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
12lh Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Kriday evening services. :it 6:30:
Satunlay moi i ng a i 9 Alan, son of
Mr and Mrs Frederic Rosenthal will
Bar Mltsvnh. Minima :u .".::;'!
followed by Mlncha, Shalos Sudos and
M. i: l\ service* I tall) sel i es ':''
a.m. and S:Su |i u>. Hebrew school
Registration for
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
\ i.-- H li '
i The rabbi
li.iii llabh
Sc idos iiii'l
.
\lishna.
; foil .'.. I oil
nd 1
and "ii
.' by class In
Jew Ish I..-' -i "i i he l'i
Miami Beach Jewish commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
evciili i \ ''. al 10
The Rabbi
u ill in-eai :> on "The Wi l.l I'oi I Ion
i,| ihi Law-." Hail) al 8
li ml ii: 1.1 p.m.
Flagler-Granada JevmhTl
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday wvlcea ;it m
Congregation Bet,, u'irii .. ,
servative). Coral Way Mdl
Road. Rabbi Max Shapi^ M
Maurice Mamches.
l-Yi.Liv .-mmiiiii: : ......
Services Baturday ." *J
Saturday evening .-. rvicc H ,..," I]
"a".*' services ut I
I anil Miiiiiiv .it i, i '' 5U-fcl
. Hebrew Si liool III I
Israelite Center (Conservative) ,;.1>s through Thu m Mvr
Temple Betn snoiom iLiberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
| Rabbi Leon Kronish: Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
p. day evening services at 8:1a.
Rabbi L...... Kronish will officiate and
dellvi mon.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
, 3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Baturday morning at 9.00
nek.
MD A Y.AUGUST 18, 1950
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Pi-ida) nighi si rvlces al 8: Saturday
morning at Dally services at 8
a.m.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Philip Fried.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Fried will sneak on .Shakes.
.., ,,,. was Greatly Mistaken. Satur-
day morning services at 'J-'iO.
SUNRWPAB1
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITAUnH
FOR REST. CONVtLEJCtJB
AND CSROBIC UJU
iwTo^c-i^,
Registraton Opens
At Beth Jacob School
'.inn for the fall I
nt the Beth Jacob Religious
Sen .1 begin Sundav, August
20. Hill)!): Moses Mi'S.hrlnll,
tual li / nf the c"n.
UP.
Beth Jacob is the
Idesl in Miami
iber ni
Mizra
: til | I Hows
Jewisl n
: : bjeel I :'
...
Police Koeruits
To Hoar llalkin
Gilbert J. Bulkin. director of
the Florida regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League of B"nai
B'rith, will address the newly en-
rolled class of police recruits of
the Miami Police Academy on
Monday, August 21, at the Miami
Academy.
Subject of his address will be
"Human Relations in Law En-
ent." Thi i ilm "The House
In" and "Don'l Be A
Suckn" will be exhibited as a
ure.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
NAT GANS
3-461S 4-9S81
LIFT. ids
Co.
. C (l'i
19 V.
>. .9. Freodman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew School*.
Look For the 2-Story White
Building
THURMOND
MONUMENT Co.
MARKERS S35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
DOOM
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Director
NORMAN R. LYONS
Newscaster and Historical
Narrator
NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK
SUNDAY FROM 10 AM.
TO 11i30 A M.
MON WED. AND FRI. FROM
1 P.M. TO 1:30 P.M.
Illl.II HOLY DAY SERVICES
at the
Corsil tables Jewish Center
in the new enlarged Temple
320 PALERMO AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
RESERVATIONS AT THE CENTER DAILY 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
THURSDAY EVE 7 TO 9 P.M.
PHONE 48-8073
Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Joseph Malek
The Showcase of Good Food
The GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
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Chase Federal, the Vacation Club 'S
now paying cash to happy Chase
save*s for their vacations this sum-
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and enroll in the Chase Vacation Cub
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MV Alerted To
{xpoe Phony
Pia*e Appeal"
Jewish War Veterans of the
tiled States has alerted its more
fcn 700 posts throughout the
untry to aid in exposing the
li, nature of the so-called
Itiickholin Peace Petition," it
revealed by Max Capp, com-
[ of the Norman Bruce
bwn Post of the JWV.
Commander Capp warned that
petition now being circulated
American communities
i ati 'l in the minds of Com-
|i planners in Moscow and
|y intended to divert world
'in Soviet aggression
uplificd in the Korean
ie recalled that "the United
ji advanced a practical plan
[-national control and
f atomic energy when
ntry alone had the
y to produce atomic wea-
plan," he said, was
"the country which
developed an atomic
Is own and is now
I i "paper' ban on
V ip ma even while it
J: ntional armaments
I: puppet armies in Korea."
V andi r Capp predicted a
h move to confront the
Jted Nations with millions of
s a "propganda meas-
aimed at splitting-the ma-
lty ol UN member countries
ivi joined in condemning
B aggression in Korea."
Lmerican war veterans, he said,
lr a special responsibility in
\\ iing the Stockholm peace
for what it isa fresh
imunist offensive in idealogi-
Iwaifai c"
West ]
Sunda
The W
has orgai
Hebrew
i be open
as well a
will hav
ucation
bureau's
Registi
Sunday i
after at 1
new buii
lrom 10
Fuithe
tained t
37-0377;
Louis Gi
Kadi
Hold
A box
of admit
swim da
man Chi
on Satur
Mrs. Leo
announoi
Scene-
pool on
of Mr. ar
3150 Kloi
Mrs. C
auctionei
will go
projects.
Workii
Mesdami
ander Re
Schcr, A
Stern.
ibles Group Completes
jh Holy Day Plans
lans for the High Holy Day
/ices to be conducted by the
f Jewish Congregation of
al Gables were announced at
feeling Monday night at the
le of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
pk.
I will be held at the
Beum. Douglas Road and S.W".
St. Rabbi Ralph De Kcven,
fly-el< l spiiitual leader of
egatlon, will officiate
Canl r D. Cooper will render
al music. The Coliseum
ne of last year's rites.
| it it fifteen dollars per
be obtained by calling
or 87-1812.
Folk h
Jack .
Ct., a m;
of the I
school, 1
of brow
1333, di
native o
received
the Uni'
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you're buyin
Ask the man for
BALLANTI
ALE
Better buy the ease ther
run short when unexpected j
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, m
il). I Flagler-Granada Jew,lh .
ch. ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave *l
toil ^t""^y lervlce i ;m
Congregate Betn UaTid I
ervative). Coral Way nd ^1
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro- H
Maurice Mamches. "**l
Friday evening I
Service* Sat,,,.!., < &
Saturday evening s, I
Dally tervlcea nt 7::i.i |
MD A Y.AUGUST 18, 1950
+Jewisli fl-oridliar
PAGE ELEVEN
ii'ii
an,
i:00
Maarh al 8 l
. Hebrew Si hool 10 i
rJ through Thu
'
SUNRtfMi
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL-SANITARnli
rOS REST. C0MVLEKEjb
AND CMMNN Cuu
DAY SlltVK is
at the
Jewish Outer
enlarged Temple
SRMO AVENUE
IL GABLES
:enter DAILY 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
EVE 7 TO 9 P.M.
NE 48-8073
Cantor Joseph Malek
e of Good Food
)VERNOR
.FETERIA
l MIAMI BEAC
DELIVERED TO YOUR H0M|
"FOR BETTER HEALTH
FROM INFANCY TO
OLD AGE-
PHONE 2-4128
4c carye\
ation time of your life, iom
sral's Vacation Club! Intro*
Greater Miami last year oy
eral, the Vacation Club i$
ig cash to happy Chase
their vacations this sum-
your next vacation money-
select the class you need
in the Chase Vacation Cub
Pay Fath Vi'eek Receive F.ul.-
For 50 Weeks Nexi Summer
$1.00 $50.00
$2.00 $100.00
83.0O $150.00
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$10.00 $500.00
ie^nd Savings
NORTH BEACH OFFICC
7435 Collies
ft It 7331
IM(NT>, Prtl.
S OVO S16OOO0OO
WV Alerted To
[xpone Phony
Peaee Appeal"
Ir/hc Jewish War Veterans of the
Tited States has alerted its more!
Bn 700 posts throughout the
Entry to aid in exposing the
av nature of the so-called
ockholm Peace Petition," it
V- revealed by Max Capp, com-
5, of the Norman Bruce
jwn Post of the JWV.
Commander Capp warned that
petition now being circulated
v American communities
i ited in the minds of Com-
|n planners in Moscow and
jeaiiy intended to divert world
from Soviet aggression
, xemplified in the Korean |
Iflict." I
je recalled that "the United:
|i Iv need a practical plan',
national control and
[section >f atomic energy when
country alone had the j
^ to produce atomic wea- j
I plan," he said, was!
"the country which \
li veloped an atomic
I if its own and is now
I a "paper' ban on |
k :> n.s even while it
i iventional armaments
[it- puppet armies in Korea."
Capp predicted a
! move to confront the '
Ited Nations with millions of'
Matures as a "propganda meas-
I at splitting- the ma-
lty nf UN member countries
hav( joined in condemning
imunist aggression in Korea."
{ n war veterans, he said,
. special responsibility in
fcosing the Stockholm peace
leal for what it isa fresh
imunist offensive in idealogi-
Iwai'fare."
West Miami Unit Opens
Sunday, Hebrew Schools
The West Miami Jewish Center
has organized its own Sunday and
Hebrew Schools. The schools will
be open to members of the center
as well as non-members. Teachers
will have Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation approval and will use
bureau's curriculum.
Registration may be made this
Sunday and every Sunday there-
after at the West Jewish Center's
new building, 5720 S.W. 17th St.
irom 10 a.m. to noon.
Further information may be ob-
tained by calling Harry Klein.
37-0377; Steve Simon, 87-8336:
Louis Gold in. 87-8055.
Kadiinah Unit To
Hold Swim Ha nee
A box supper will be the price
of admission to the auction and
swim dance to be held by Kadi-
mah Chapter of Pioneer Women
on Saturday. August lib', at 7 p.m..
Mrs. Leo Goldman, president, has
announed.
Scene of the event will be the
pool on the grounds of the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Rosen,
3150 Florida Ave.. Coconut Grove.
Mrs. Caryl Stern will serve as
auctioneer and all funds raised
Will go to Kadimah Israeli
projects.
Working on the affair are the
Mesdames Fred Sandier. Alex-
ander Rosen, Manuel Rudes. Leon
Seller, Albert Shkoler and Caryl
Stern.
ibles Group Completes
jh Holy Day Plans
flans for the High Holy Day
rices to be conducted by the
fct Jewish Congregation of
|al Gables were announced at
peeling Monday night at the
ke of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
pk.
pvices will be held at the]
fceum. Douglas Road and S.W. |
St. Rabbi Ralph De Kcven,!
fly-eli I I spiritual leader of I
congregation, will officiate |
j Can' r D. Cooper will render |
[liturgical music. The Coliseum j
s< one of last year's rites. |
at fifteen dollars per
ly nay be obtained by calling
i 87-1812.
Folk In Law Firm
Jack A. Falk. 205 N.W. 32nd
Ct., a magna cum laude graduate
of the University of Miami law
school, has joined the law firm
of brown and Koller at Suite
1333, duPont Building. Falk, a
native of Bridgeport, Conn., also
received his bachelor's degree at
the University of Miami.
H OT.E L
LUNCHEONS
WEDDINGS
BANQUETS
Phone .
86-8721
Magazine Shows
Beaeh (vrowth
Miami Beach's metamorphosis
to a year-round resort is the sub-
ject of a four-page article by
Frank Dunbaugh, public relations
executive, in the August issue of
Travel Agent.
The public relations man says
that Miami Beach's "prodigious
1950 summer season" is no flash-
in-the-pan but is part of a
definite nationwide trend toward
longer resort seasons. He predicts
that the S800.000.000 spent last
year by tourists in the state will
increase this year if the govern- |
mentd oes curtail travel.
Dunbaugh gives credit for the .
change to year-round advertising,
word-of-mouth .publicity, trans-
portation companies' low summei
fares and convention bookings.
ZislkimI lluvs
IkVaeh lloat Slips
Jacob Ziskind. New England i
industrialist and textile munu-'
facturer, who has a home at 5980 '
North Bay Road, Miami Beach,
recently purchased the Miami
Beach Boat Slips at 1928 Purdy
Ave.
Ziskind bought the slips from
the Miami Beach Boat Co., Inc..
owned by Walter Schott, Sr., and
his son. Walter Schott, Jr., of
Cincinnati, for an undisclosed
amount. The Schotts purchased
the slips last April at a price an-
nounced as "in th neighborhood
of $1,000,000."
The new owner, who is now in
Tiverton. R. I., will head the
slips as president and treasurer,
according to his associates.
Swim Dance Scheduled
The Mr. and Mrs. Club of the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center is planning a swim-dance
for Saturday, August 19, at 8
p.m. at the Hollywood Casino
Pool.
Tickets may be obtained from
Saul Pearl or Lee Brush or at the
center office.
French Film Slated
The Jewish Peoples Fraternal
Order, English-speaking Lodge
357, will present the famous
French film, "The Baker's Wife,"
j starringRaimu, at the Jewish Cul-
! tural Center, 429 Lenox Ave.,
I Miami Beach on Saturday, August
i 19.
Tickets for High Holy Day Services Now on Sale
0>4.. T'FKRKTH to be held at the ISRAEL
Masons & Bricklayers Union Bldg.. 3350 N.W. 71h Ave.
PURCHASE TICKETS AT E. M. GRAND 5 & 10
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PAGE TWELVE
+Jeisffk>rZf*an
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18,,
IS r oils loirs Kildow
I 'nlverstty Chair
University ol Miami's chair of
human relati >ns, i >' >n
has been
m : i: : 'wed by I h <
nal nors,
Mr.
I
-
iv D
;.. Ashl
.
Millai A. F.
pi ,essi :
standii
-.h'- uniqui L*-M .
:ted
The suci essfu >i the
ie have led other universities
10 include human relations in]
their stud
:
Greenfields Return Here
After Year In Paris
After a vear in Paris. Mr. and
Mrs Arnold Greenfield are resid-
., 1040 93rd S:.. Bal Harbour,
nfields were married in
mber. 1949. while they were
In the French capital.
Mrs. Greenfield, the former
sky. is the daughter
,: Mr and Mrs. I. Wolkowsky ol
-. eived her B. A
.; ,\ from the Univi rsity ol

Univi rsity
. sh. lied
Font au in the summi r
in Paris

' Mrs
: i I
I oi Mian Bi
P '. PI
i. n
-
< ,vas a
A iii Julien
is
FlaghVr-lvrnnatla
Wwiiioii Siliriluh'
M'liny. Parly
The W.....n' Activities Com-
rnittee "t the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center pre-
sented "Stars of Tomorrow
Revue" al the Coral Gabies
Woman's Club on Thursday.
August IT. al 8:30 p.m.
Next meeting ol the group will
b*e held Friday. August 18. at 2
pin. at the home of Mrs. Nathan
Trauman. 251 S.W. 51st Place At
thai time plans will be discussed
for a jamboree to be held in
C andon Park.
On Saturday. August 19. at 1
p.m. a donor luncheon anil card
party will !> held at the home
ol Mrs. Aaron Rothman, 5251
S W 4;!'. St. Rest rvations must i>
made in advance by calling
83-2356 oi 4-6571. There will be
lainment for the child, en,
Mrs. Claughion
To Attend Meet
Mrs. E. N. Claughton was un-
lisly el< Cted to represent tin
Woman's Committee i f the Varie-
ty Children's Hospital at the
ence ol Women's Hospital
Auxiliary. September 18-21. At-
lantic City, N. J While attending
the conference. Mrs. Claughton
will stop at the New Belmont
Hotel.
Mrs George Hoover was chosen
to represent the woman's com-
mittee at the inaugural meeting
of the Volunteer women's Boaru
of Directors. August 21. at 12:30.
in the Variety Club Rooms. She
will be the regular delegate from
this group.
The group will sponsor a card
party and iuncheon on August 28
at the Variety Club. Mrs. Franklin
Maury is party chairman. These
parties are open to the public.
Teen-Agers Plan
SuiniiM'r Events
A swim dance will be spons >red
bv the Miami B......ft -'M & WHA
! Council at the Albion Hole
pool on Saturday. August 19 at
8 p.m. Proceeds will go to the
Gr< ater Miami Jewish Fi
if which the Y is an affiliate.
Further plans for the sun
nclude a moonlighl boat ride
Saturday. August 26. at 8:30 p.rn
Si minole Queen r r which
0e | ed no later
than August 19 and an all com-
nunitj e\ iuai I incing
itively scheduled t >r Sept< m-
2
A I
t the Y an th te tmenl will
21. at
inning
i
Woman Physician Here
Di s ph .i H Nabut, a w
ian fr im Philadelphia. Pa.,
is spending her
first vacation In
severa] years in
Miami Be a c h
She is a leader
in the Planned
Parenthood Pro-
gram and is a
graduate of
Women's Medi-
cal College in
Philadelphi a
She has been as-
* sociated with the
board of educa-
tion in that city
for 28 years.
Dr. Nabut is visiting her brother
and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Herman, and is staying at
the Shelborne Hotel.
Lippson Unveiling
I officiating. Mr. Lipps3n
Dedication of a monument to vivedI by his wife. lWo'
the memory of. the late Samuel daughter and one sister A
the meniorv oi me uic ^uium*.. ------=------ -------."awr. jid
Lippson. formerly of 37 N.W. 45th rnents are in char,,. o{ p*
St wi take P,ace Monday, I Miami Monument Co. Fr
\ugUSt 21 at :i p.m. at Mt. Sinai and relatives are asked
Jemetei y with Rabbi Morris Sk .p present. ___________
Dr. Nabut
Two Markets Receive
Vaad Endorsement
Two k een
i and
by 1 (reatei Mian::
ling 1
nMii emenl
' :
I ,
ket. 1 I SI
Meal and Poul-
'' mip iny.ii s.v o > .
: .;
id Dave Kli
poul these
:: xed with
( MVH plumb
Miami Beach Woman
Dies In Columbus
Word has been received of the
passing of Mrs. Betsey Danziger.
1030" Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach.
m Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. Danziger.
who was 84 years of age and the
widow of Nathan Danziger. made
her home here with a daughter.
Lillian Danziger.
Other survivors include five
other daughters, including Mrs.
Cyril Lewis. Miami Beach: three
sons: seventi en grandchildren and
great-grandchildren; one
: brother. Interment
.. place :n Agudath Achim
ery in Columbus,
FOR SALE
Well Established Gas Station
Good Living for Willing Worker
795 S. W. 61h Streel
TODAYS BEST BUY
A GOING BUSINESS
Bar-Restaurant
"Plenty oi stock"
12 Cottages All Rented 185
fi. on 7th Ave. 17 lots AU
goes Near Biscayne dog track,
11420 N.W. 7th Atb. Sickness
reason for Selling.
PHONE 7-9175
The Officers and Board Members of
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Announce the
Beginning of Seating Reservations for
THE HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Which will be held in the
BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE AND THE
DAVID WHITMAN HALL'
COMFORTABLY COOLED BY THE MOST MODERN
AIR-CONDITIONING INSTALLATION
* *
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
will preach during the services in both buildings
CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER
will chant the services with the assistance of well known
Baalei Tefilla
The seating committee is at the synagogue daily (except-
ing on the Sabbath) from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. to help you select
and reserve your seats.
i
Selichoss Saturday, September 9th at Midnight
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Proverbs
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* *
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)AY, AUGUST 18, 1950
fJenist IkridHi&r;
PAGE THIRTEEN
Free Loan Association
To Hold Boat Ride
The Greater Miami Free Loan
Association will sponsor a boat
ride on Sunday, August 20, at 3
p.m. aboard the Showboat, which
leaves from Pier 7, City Vacht
Basin, according to Samuel Roth-
stein, president.
Reservations may be made by
calling Isidore Schwartz, chair-
man, at 82-3117; Mrs. Lillian
Snyder, 82-7558; Mrs. Fred Ochs
3-3238.
. If
I Formal charter presentation ceremonies ushered Masada-
Imi Beach Young Zionist District into the ranks of full-fledged
c districts. The affair, preceded by a buffet dinner, took place '
week at Chary's, North Bay Village.
[Presenting the charter on behalf of the national organization
I I. R. Goodman, member of the national executive and
Irman of the Zionist Council of South Florida. Also participating
fee program were Macey Kronsberg of Charleston. S. C. vice
lident and past president of the Southeastern Region, ZOA.
rational vice president of the National Board of Synagogues
America; S. A. Goodman, vice president of the Miami Beach
list District and member of the Southeastern Region adminis-
trative committee, and Seymour Liebman. former director of ZOA
Economic Commission and national board member of United
Synagogues of America. David Liebman, local attorney, was
toastmasier.
. P'ct"rtd at lhe rites are (1. to r.) Suzanne Kochen. Masada
social chairman; David Liebman; Seymour Liebma.n; Macey:
Kronsberg; Abe Schafer. first vice president. Masada; Art Hersh-
bein, financial secretary; S. A. Goodman; Dave Goodwin, president;
1 R. Goodman; Mor.te Popover, treasurer; Bertha Brucker, ror
responding secretary; Stan Speiler, second vice president; Gil
Rappaporl, immediate past president.
rsonally Speaking
Rcbbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer and daughter, Sheri, have
ned from their annual vacation in the North.
* %
list Lillian Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave., left this week
end a two-week vacation with her aunts and uncles in
ba and St. Petersburg.
* -* *
Samuel (Sonny) April, district AZA president, will attend the
pization's national convention at Castle Heights Military
lemy, Lebanon, Tenn., on Sunday.
* *
/ccationing at the Congress Hotel in Miami Beach is Mrs.
pee Selinger of Brooklyn, N. Y. During her stay here, she is
entertained by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
-lax Storch. 925 S.W. 3rd St.
*
Llired Terris and Leonard Aschenbrand of Washington,
. are guests at the Sands Hotel, Miami Beach. They are
\ feted by Mr. Terns' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Terris of
fth Si., Miami Beach.
* + *
Hrs. Theresa Arnold Brand is recuperating at her home,
[Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, after undergoing surgery
punt Sinai Hospital.
* + +
Mi. and Mrs. Abe Maloff cf Coral Gables and their
tiler, Judy, are guests at the Osceola Lake Inn at Hender-
Ule, N. C, where they are visiting their son and brother,
lis attending Camp Osceola. The Maloffs will visit in the
before returning here.
* *
Suests at Lakeside Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, include a
of Greater Miami residents. They are Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
h and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Somberg, Eddie Somberg,
rind Mrs. Nat Zalka and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bing
Mi and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel, Mr. and Mrs.
" Westin and family and Abe Kurman and family.
Holiday Rites Set
The West Miami Jewish Center
will hold its first High Holy Day
services in its new buihiing at
5720 S.W. 17th St.
Tickets for the services may-
be reserved at the building this
Sunday from 10 a.m. noon and
succeeding Sundays, or by calling
Harry Klein at 87-0377.
Meeting Scheduled
A meeting of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Center will
be held Wednesday, August 23.
8:30 p.m. at the Hialeah City Hall.
Beach JWV Post
To Hold Picnic
Miami Beach Post No. 330,
Jewish War Veterans, will hold
its annual picnic Sunday, August
20, at Greynolds Park. This year
the post has invited the Broward
County Post, the Norman Bruce
Brown Pest and the Coral Gables
Post as guests. Commander Al
Ossip announced.
Highlight of the outing will be
a softball game between the Mi-
ami Beach and Broward County
Posts. Contests and prizes will
also spark the day's festivities.
The entertainment committee is
headed by. Mitch Reiner.
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Beth David Synagogue
wishes all its members and friends
i Happy and Healthy Neu? Year
Services will be held at our New Beth David Synagogue,
on Coral Way and 26th and 27th Roads
ROSH HA SHONO SERVICES
September 12th and 13th
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES
September 21st
SEATS ARE AVAILABLE NOW!
Tickets may be purchased Monday through Thursday from
7:30 to 9:30 P.M.. Sunday from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon.
For further information and reservations please call
3-1970 or 9-3469.
Students services during the High Holidays will be conducted
in the vestry room of the Synagogue.
MAX SHAPIRO
Rabbi
BERNARD A. STERLING
President
MAURICE MAMCHES
Cantor
LEON SHIFF
Choir Director
!


PAGE FOURTEEN
*Jewistncridiari
FRIDAY. AUGUST
Junior Hadassah
To Hold Conclave
The Miami and Miami Beach
Units of Junior Hadassah recently
met to formulate plans for a
conclave to be held at the Sor-
rento Hotel on October 5. 6 and
7 The meet, designed to stimulate
the interest of young Jewish
women in the Miami area in
Junior Hadassah, will have as its
theme. 'You. the Living Link."
Co-chairmen of the <;vent are
Roslvn Einhorn and Janice Gold-
ner." Annette Melnich and Rita
Ross, presidents of the Miami.
Beach and Miami Chapters, with
the help of Beverly Raphel. past
president of the Miami Beach
chapter, and other members will
write one of the skits. Sylvia
Naness. formerly of Brandeis
Camp Institute, and now a mem-
ber of the Beach chapter will be
in charge of the music session.
Sandra Freedman. educational
chairman of the Beach chapter. |
will head one of the forums per-
mining to the theme. "You the j
Living Link."
Treasurers (or the conclave will,
be Francis Levy and Bea Jacob-
son. who are holding the same |
jobs for the Beach and Miami
chapter. All the publicity for the
conclave will be handled by
Muriel Lefkow of the Miami
Beach chapter.
______________________
Mrs. Boeninger Resigns
Mrs. Sidney N. Boeninger has
tendered her resignation as the
En.,. B'rith Women's Chapters
Veterans' Hospital representative
Greater Miami after three
of service in this capacity.
Hereafter she will confine her
activities to volunteer work with
the r)2 Association and the Vet-
ency Relief Associa-

Israeli Painting
Presented To
North Miami
An original painting. "Flowers
of Galilee." by Israeli Artist M.
Matus of Tel Aviv, was presented
to the City of North Miami at
ceremonies last Friday. The pic-
ture will be hung in the city hall. I
The presentation was made by
Gustav Victor. North Dade Jewish
Center president. Sponsors were
the Rev. H. L. Fisher. Laurence
Epstein. Joseph Jordan. Benjamin
Geller S. A. Goodman, Mort
Jacobs. Wm. Haggerty. Budget
Hardware Corp.. Joseph Keller.
Irving Miller, Margaret Malek.
Joseph W. Malek. Dr. L. C.
Tarasch. Gustav Victor. Weber
Oil Company. Joseph Wenger.
Eugene J. Wells, and the North
Dade Jewish Center.
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B. A. Barkai. journalist and
commentator from Jeru-
:.. will discuss his interview
with Eddie Cantor and Edward
G. Robin ifter their recent
visit to 1 Sunday. August
p.m. during S
urn Hour ovei
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Beaeh Juniors
Sponsor Party
A card party was sponsored by
the Miami Beach Unit of Junior
Hadassah on Thursday, August
17, in the King Arthur Room of
the Saxony Hotel.
Anne Hertz, fund-raising vice
president, was overall chairman
of the event. Assisting her were
Annette Melich, Janice, Goldiner.
Francine Levy, Muriel Lefkow,
Marlen3 Yavener. Sandra Freed-
man and Dorothy Hirshorn.
Proceeds went to Meier Shfeyah.
children's village in Israel sup-
ported by the Junior Hadassah.
Games Party Planned
North Shore Women's Chapter
of B'nai B'rith will join the North
Shore Men's Lodge in sponsoring
a games party at the Versailles
Hotel. Miami Beach, on Monday,
August 21. at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Herbert Cohen is in charge
of arrangements. Mrs. Aaron
Tubin and Mrs. George Kimmel
are on the hospitality commitee.
Mrs. Louis Sherman, member-
ship chairman, is concentrating
on an all-out membership drive.
Her goal has been set at double
the present membership.
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llDAY. AUGUST 18, 1950
*.frwi LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE FIFTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
h-iii-: riRCUIT ('(irilT OF THE
;,i:\k\tii judicial eiRcirr
II.mHII'A, IN AND FOR DADE
I \'iv. |.\* CHANCERY, No.
HKRINE B. RYAN, Plaintiff, vs.
Vi,\.\i> RYAN, Defendant
SUIT 1 or DIVIIRCE
ll.El.AND RYAN
iVhalen Drug Company
|ii street and Madison Avenue
a j'oi k 'Ity, Njew York
i nre hereby notified thai :i Rill
omplnlnt for Divorce has been
hi: dust vu, anil yi,ii arc t<-<|iiii-.-iI
i |,y of your Answer or
llnir In Ihe Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's Attorney. JACK
PK, 346 Seybold Building, Miami
[: i and flip the original
er or Pleading in the office of
'!. rk nt the Circuit Court on or
,- (he 12th day of September,
If you fall to do so. judgment by
Uli will be tak< n against you for
ii, i demanded In the Rill of
nut.
notice shall lie published once
reek fr tour consecutive weeks
i, ,. h pi .,i.u..n
IXB AND ORDERED at Miami,
- Hiii oay of August,
10
|E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
nil Court, Dade County, Florida,
fciit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
"r."'!-V,,'1TlV1"V fictitious name of
1.1 K\ PRODUCTS CO Not Inc it
.'-"!. jW' ''-">' St., Miami, Fla., Intend
w register said name uin, n,,. clerk
or the i ii nut court of Dade County
** lOI 1(1(1.
HERMAN B. SPRINGER
OLIVER RAYE
DE COSTAS, MAER A FLOYD
i>n7-s Blsoayne Building
Attorneys for
l.in ky Products Co., Not Inc.
7 88 8/4-11-18
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
BLOCK
BVbold Building
ni 3i, Florida
ney for Plaintiff
8_______________________^
JOTICE BY PUBLICATION
fllK illtc'lIT COURT OF THE
SVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
\ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IRIDA IN CHANCERY, No
S POZIN, Plaintiff, vs.
I'EL POZIN. Defendant.
AM IK I. PORN,
nth Avenue,
.ii. .N.-vi Jersey,
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
ul Complaint for Divorce has
filed against you and you are
e,i to hi rve a copy of your
r or pleading to the Bill of com-
"ii the plaintiffs attorneys,
Helmi .V Kaplan,
> r m pleading in the
of thi Clerk of the circuit
hi liefore the ISth day of
l'. If you fall to do so,
default "ill be taken
the relief demanded
Rill i ; i 'omplaint.
ill be published on. .
tour consecutive weeks
Jew Ish Floridian.
i ill Miami, Florida,
: August, I860.
VTHJ5RMAN, (i.rk,
Dadi County, Florida.
Court Seal)
. VI. VV, STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
HEIMAN & KAPLAN
ild R
Floi Ida
yt fi >' Plaintiff
9/1 -.'i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tllo undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,,f
IIKhTHEK ARMS APARTMENT
HOTEL at 821 SVth Street, .Miami
Leach, Ha., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CHARLES KALI.OS
FRANCES KALI.OS
RAYMOND K. KRAMER
EDNA J. KRAMER
Owners
HARRY DIETZ
350 Lincoln Road
Attorney for applicants
7/28 8/1-11-18
hilier.
lent i
[.:
U
i-1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
I3463.">.
CEIL SHAY, Plaintiff, vs.
MILTON SHAY. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MILTON SHAY,
c/o Laurels Country Club,
Sackett Ijike.
New York.
You. MILTON SHAY, are hereby
notified that a Rill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, Milton A. Friedman, 1023
Seybold Dldg.. Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the
Kaplan, BSD Seybold i t',irV."it,('",'" ",'!,-?' ,b,cfore 2??. s ln-v
Florida, and file the'?* '^'mber. 1880. If you fall to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint
This notice Shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Floridian,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 9 day of August, AD.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, cierk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STUCK INC.
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1088 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
S/I1-1S-2.-, 9/1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN IHE ("IRcfiT COURT OF THE!
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
FOR DADE COUNTY,
IN CHANCERY, No.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN AND
FLORIDA.
184687.
RALPH T.
POWELL
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MILDRED'S SHOP at 315 E. Plagler
.,.,,...., ,,, i^'"et. Dad.- County, State of Florida,
i.i V ..,". J," A ".',',,'i"1 '" Kl"u- wld name with the
Plaintiffs, vs. |Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florid.i.
ii Al. SHERIDAN
BEN STAREN
JACK A ABBOTT
Attorney for Applicants
B/ll-18-25 9/1
W ILI.IAM A. GARLICK and LYDIA
B. GARLICK, his wife. Lefendants.
rV:vlUM"'-IAX' A. GARLICK and
LI DIA it GARLICK, his wife
Vyapplnger Falls, Duchess Countv,
New York
ALL PERSONS HAVING oil
(I.AIMINii TO HAVE ANY IN-
LAND?'1' 'N THB l''"u'"WIN';
Lol 16 of Block.3 of ENGLEWOOD
a Subdivision according to the I'lat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 7.
page 38 of the Public Records of
uade County, Florida.
rOU, AND EACH OF YOU. are
hereby notified that a suit has been
brought against you by RALPH T
OWEI.L and HIT.DA POWELL, his j
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage, in
business under the fictitious name of
MO-MAC STORES al 804 East Klagler
Street, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of tlie Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
-MURRAY SLATER
-MAX KIDEN
Co-Partners
wife, to quiet the title of the plaintiffs 8/11-18-25 9/1
and to remove certain clouds from
the said title to the land herelnalKive
m'Ti wni,n '"' ,n Dade Countv.
Hot-Ida, and you are hereby required
to file your appearance in this suit on
or_ before the xth day of September,
I,,',0, Ptherwlse the allegations of the
bill of complaint In said suit will be
taken as confessed by vou.
Dated, this ftth day of" August, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
,_., Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE,
MAX R. SILVER ePUty "''*
Attorney for Plaintiffs
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
8/11-18-25 9/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
)TICE BY PUBLICATION
i: CIRCUIT COITRT OF THE
fVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
F>TY IN CHANCERY, No.
IS MACPHERSON, Plaintiff,
ROBERT c. MACPHERSON,
ii'i.itn.
' I I: I' C. MACPHERSON
pi.....k Road,
lloekaway,
Island, NOW York
lUlred to serve a copy of
nswei to the Bill of Complaint
n tin- plaintiffs attorney.
file th.....initial answer In the
of the Clerk of the Circuit
on or before the 14th day of
Al' 19.","; otherwise, the Bill
uplaint for Divorce, heretofore
will be taken as con-
ey you.
1 al Miami, Florida, this the
"f Aug., Ut.10.
E. IS. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
In i'..an Seal)
By: C. R. WILSON,
Deputy Clerk.
md Address of
it's Solicitor:
N A. KRIEDMAN
ybold Bldg.,
9 1--.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOCIS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 1IEREI1Y GIVEN that
th,- undersigned* desiring to engage In
baslneas under the fietitious name of
Ace Employment Service al I L'T N.E.
1st Ay,-., Miami, Intends t.i register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BAM GRBENBERG
Sole owner
8/4-11-18-25
M.\l!li)N D. COI.V1N, Plaintiff, vs.
FirZ JOHN COLVIN, Defendant.
.YOU. FITZ JOHN COLVIN, SO
MaidetC Line, New York, New York
are hereby notified that a Rill of
Complaint for Divorce has b.....i filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a COP} of your \nswer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, man r SILVER
921" Seybold Building, Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 8th day
of September 1850. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Kin of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of August, 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Conn. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEHGE
Deputy Clerk.
MAN R. SILVER
982 Seybold Building
.Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/11-18-25 9/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fietitious name of
Business Press & Letter Service at
7S N. W. 67th Street, Miami, Florida,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
THEODORE I. SEGAL
8/11-18-25 9/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the urnlei signed, 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 County,
Florida.
LEO MARK
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Building
8/11-18-85 9/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that the
10T
ICE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT |N AND
I BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
HANCERY, No. 13472S.
IE. O'CONNOR, Palntlff, vs.
I ii. O'Connor. Defend-
TER ii. oconnor
fJ.KST I.EXINOTI >N DRIVE
M'A I.I-:. CALIFORNIA
ARE HEREBY REQUIRE
n copy of your Answer to
' ""i-i.iim for Divorce on
I i Attorney and to' file
U Answer in the office of .
!;' 'he Ciieuit Court on or before
i nay ut September, 1850, other-
it Bill of Complaint heretofore
ereln win |,t. taken as con-
by you.
Kl) ,(| Miami, Florida, the 14th
August, 1850,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
' lerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County Florida.
R Court Seal)
By WM. W.
) to
the
the
thi
Hi.
:
undersigned desires to engage
business un SUGAR BOWL
at 201 S.W. Mil .vie., -Miami, Fla.
JEAN HERMAN,
Sole I >wner
MANFRED J. BERLINER, ESQ.,
311 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Fla.
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
Palmer Letter Service at 289 'N.E, 1st
Ave., Miami, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH KAUFMAN
Owner
FREDERICK S. OROSSHERG
Attorney for Applicant
8 11-18-25 9/1
l-'iul A,l,|,eS 0f
P" a Solicitor;
IAN R. LYONS
KlPla Building
Florida.
8 1-8
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
TlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
, NAME LAW
'-. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
"-igiied. desiring to engage In
f under th,, fictitious name of
"in Ley, rages and also South-
'*<'ages at 20.15 N.W. 7th
Miami, Florida, intend to
said name with the Clerk of
uit i ourt of Dade County,
AMI1EL BLANK
[', ;\\Tlt"'K BLANK
MARION FltEHLl.NG
ROSE KRAMER
JACK MILLER
.;A,yU> BLANK
fu"IJI-,-N KAPI.AN
Ft"i o APP"Cants
I 'i 1"8
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the following described property will
be sold at public auction on the 2sth
day of August, 19.1(1, at 10:00 o'clock
A. M., at the office of Morton Rothen-
berg! in Suite ^.-,7, 420 Lincoln Road,
City of Miami Beach, Countv Of Hade,
State of Florida, to-wit:
40 shares, Capital Stock of
Klmeroy Venetian Blind 4i Service
Company, Certificate No. 4. dated
April 13. 1848.
[ shall offer the aforesaid property
to thi' highest bidder for cash in hand,
lilted nt Miami Beach, Forlda, this
27th day of July, 1950.
MORTON ROTHENBERG.
Attorney for Joseph Frangipor.e.
8/4-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND for DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
134591.
JUNE E. GREENBERG, Plaintiff, vs.
SEYMOUR GREENBERG, Defend-
ant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SEYMOUR GREENBERG,
c/o Manhattan Beach Hotel,
158 West End Ave.,
Brooklyn, New York
You. SEYMOUR GREENBERG, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
i Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, Milton A.
Friedman. 1023 Seybold Bldg.. Miami,
Fla., and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Cleric
of the Circuit Court on or before the
8th day of September, 1860. If you
fail to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridian.
DUNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this MM dav of August, A.D.
1950.
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. I GOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A, FRIEDMAN
1021 Seybold Bldg,,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/11-1x4.", 9/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
SANS socci ESTATES at 505
Olympla Building. .Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
ESTATES', INC.
Sole i iwiicr
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for BIscayne Boulevard
Estates. In,-.
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 M'H N.W. 7th
Ave.. .Miami, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County, Florida.
HALCO, INC.
ELI BREGER
Attorney for applicant
286 Lincoln Road
8/4-11-18-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN','I''"':.''II:('1'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
1j;,*.,']'>"''Y. IN CHANCERY, No.
ABEDNIGO B. SEYMOUR, Plaintiff.
vs. JU8TINA SEYMOUR, Defendant!
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
io: Justine Seymour,
Care No. 1.
298 w.st uath street.
N.-w York City, N. Y.
>'"i are hereby notified that a Bill
ol Complain) for Divorce has..been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer 6t
Pleading to the Bill of Complain! on
the plaintiffs Attorneys, KATZ
FULLER .-; CCLBREATH, M7-.:-,-V -
hold Bldg., .Miami. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit (.'ourt
on_or before the :,th day of September,
19.10. If you fall to do so. judgment
by default will be taken against vou
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published nnrw
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridian
DONE AND ORDERKD at Miami,
Florida, this 1th day of August, A.D.'
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE,
__ Denuty Clerk.
KATZ. FULLER & CULBREATH.
547-58 Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/1I-1X-25 9/1
n. ?OTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
In Be: ESTATE OF
SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, 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 hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which vou. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, also
known as Sidney M. Schwartz, de-
ceased, late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Hon. \v. F. BLANTON, Cunty
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 tin- claimant and
to be sworn to and presented aa
aforesaid, or same will be barred See
Section ii'" of the 1933 Probate Acl
I 'ate July 24. A.D 1950
MARLE-NE SCHWARTZ.
As Administratrix of the Estate
of Sidney Schwarts, also known as
Sidney M. Schwarts, Deceased
MYEP.s. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
7 28 : 1-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious lianas of
K -A DISTRIBUTORS, SUN CITY
VINTNERS, KNOX DISTRIBUTORS 'her
TOWN VINTNERS, EDISON DIS-
TRIBUTORS and COLONY WINE CO.
OF \-'[^\. at 890 N. W. 13th Street,
Miami. Florida, and at 12260 N. E.
Kith Court, North Miami, Florida. In-
tend to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
MARlo.V Pit EH LING
ROSE KRAMER
JEROME BLANK
BEATRICE BLANK
MYERS. HEIMAN \- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/28 s/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
RKNTy' ~ IX CHANCERY, No.
JAMES GEROCK TEPLY, Plaintiff.
GLADYS ELIZABETH TEPLY.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 128276-B.
STELLA STEGER. Plaintiff, vs.
MORRIS STEOER. Defendant.
TO: MORRIS STEOER,
c/o LAUREL PARK HOTEL
SOUTH FALL8BURG, N. Y.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Amendment to
Bill of Complaint for Divorce on
Plaintiff's attorney and to file the
original answer in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 28th day of August, A.D. 195(1;
otherwise the said Amendment to Bill
of Complaint heretofore filed herein
will be taken as confessed by you.
DATED al Miami Florida, this 26th
day of July, A.D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
CleiK of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor
NORMAN R. LYONS
914 olvmnia Building
Miami, Florida.
7/28 8/4-11-18
STOC7CINO.
Deputy Llerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
1.14.174.
HARRY KEEN AN, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY A. KEENAN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY A. KEENAN,
354(1 83rd Street,
Jackson Heights.
Long Island, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorneys, Myers,
Heiman Ai Kaplan, tt.10 Seyhold Build-
ing. Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the tith day of September,
19.10. If you fall to do so. judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Floridian
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7th day of August, A.D.
1950.
E. B, LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Cerk.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
650 Seybold Building.
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
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
> ^ B. BLANK, also STATE
BEVERAGES and also STATE
BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS at 880
N.W. 18th Street, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
SAMUEL BLANK
BEATRICE BLANK
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/28 S/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI-ORIUA, IN AND Ft Ut DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
FLORENCE LUCHBSKE, Plaintiff, vs.
FRANK LUCHB88B, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FRANK LUCHESSE
208 East 11.1th Street
New York, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed ngalnst you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorneys, WAS.MAN
WElNKLE & KE88LER, 346 Sevbnld
Building, Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the .1th dav of
September, 19.10. if you fall to do bo,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four oonsecutive weeks
In The Jewish Floridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 7 dav of August. A.D.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN. WKINKLE & KKSSLER
346 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/11-18-25 9/1
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Gladys Elizabeth Teply.
60 Church Street,
Willimantlc, Connecticut
You, Gladys Elisabeth Teply, are
by notified that a Bill of Com-
plain! for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney, Richard O.
Taylor, 818 Olympla Building, Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clock
of the Ciieuit Court on or before the
2..th day of August 1950, If vou fail
to do so, judgment by default Will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The .i.wish Floridian,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2.1 day of July, A.D. 19'e).
B. B, LEATHERMAN, Cierk,
Ciieuit 1 'ourt, I'ade Countv, FIi
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \V. STOCKING;
. Deputy Clerk.
i/28 8/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
UE INKLES LIQUOR STORE8 at 1127
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said Fame
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
CARL WElNKLE
AARl >.N WElNKLE
...... LEO A. CHAIKIN
MYERS, HEIMAN A- KAPLAN
Attoi neys fi Applicants
7/28 8/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
13+471.
CHARLES SHAPIRO, Plaintiff, vs.
SADIE SHAPIRO. Defendant.
TO. SADIE SHAPIRO
c/o Mrs Abraham Prasman
2S3 East 171st Street
Bronx. New York
You. SADIE SHAPIRO, are hereby-
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
attorneys, Genet & Genet, 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Reach, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or lief01 e the 4th day of
September, 1950. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
ana inst you for the relief demanded
hi the Bill of Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1 day of August, 1950.
E. a 'LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County,
Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
8/4-11-18-25 DePUty C,erlt-


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