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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
NUMBER 22
ie!-Syrian Armistice Commission
ifer Under UN Chairmanship
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,"lUNE 1, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
|L AVIV (JTA> The first
]jng of the Israel-Syrian
1st ice Commission since the
I the northern frontier
place Monday in Rosh
. ., In.ntier settlement, un-
ht chairmanship of Maj.
Bbik^m** raptured Syrian Supplies
Gen William E. Riley, United Na-
tions Chief of Staff.
The Syrian representatives of-
ficially notified Syria's accep-
tance of the cease fire ordi
sued recently by the UN Secur-
ity Council. They then protested
against Israel's continuance of
work on the drainage of the
Huleh swamps. The Israeli rep-
resentatives explained tnat this
work had been stepped on Arab-
owned land. Gen. Riley then de-
clared that the Syii;ns were nut
justified in submitting then com-
plaint to the Commission.
The Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion, Gen. Riley said, is not com-
petent to deal with disputes of
this nature. He pointed out that
the Syrian complaint could be
submitted only to the UN chair-
man of the Commission who is
the only person competent tr,
handle the case. After hearing
his views, the Syrian delegate
no longer insisted on a discus-
sion of the Huleh issue and both
delegations started review of the
agenda for their forthcoming for-
mal meeting which will tike
place next Sunday.
The Israel Government list
niijht complained formally to the
Syrian-Israeli Mixed Armistice
Commission that Syrian aircraft
violated Israeli air three time*
yesterday. The flights, all during
ligicus Bloc Asks
lislation Reform
tUSALEM, May 21 (JTA)
brmy debate on the arrest
detention of more than a
I of ultra-Orthodox members
underground Brit Kanaim
was smashed recently as
Spared to bomb the Knesset,
ndcr way todav as the major
ition parties in the Parlia-
[ demanded the repeal of the
lency defense laws under
the arrested underground
bers are being held in de-
camps. The first demand
epeal of the legislation was
by Rabbi Mordecai Mur-
*eligious Bloc deputy.
was answered by Acting
pi] Mcishe Sharett who said
the government had applied
|mergency laws "fully con-
jf the gravity of its acts,
Use fully conscious of the
sal and internal difficulties
Israel. We were faced by
"SL'^fflS. llSttS! the morning, extended over the
demilitanzea zone on the east-
ern border and a distance west-
ward beyond the demilitarized
area.
he continued, "therefore
ere compelled to use all the
[within our power." He vig-
Jy denied a charge by Rab-
urock that any of the de-
men had been "tortured" i
police, asserting that the '
use force "with bitterness j
horrence."
bam deputy Hans Rubin.
followed the Acting Prem-
gconded the motion to re- .
be emergency defense laws, j
American Jewish Press Photo
Two soldiers of the Israeli Army inspect captured stores, in-
cluding hand grenades and bullets, of the Syrian Army after the
Israeli forces recaptured a strategic hill in furious hand-to-hand
combat on the Syrian-Israeli frontier.
Israel Complies With UN Order
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel operations to continue work in
last week complied with the Se- the other pert* of the Huleh
curity Council order to halt its marshes.
reclamation work in the Lake I to h. letter to Gen. Ri cy Mr
|fa he stressed that the left- I Huleh demilitarized zone, but Sharett pointed out tnat iwaei
Socialists will "vigorously | her action brought immediate had repeatedly offered to satisfy
against Religious domina- complaint from Syria that the the Arab landowners in the dis- week urged early study and
of thte state. Right-wing ; Jewish State was dodging com- | puted section of the Huleh either faVorable enactment of the meas-
, ,!eade'.' Menahem Beigin, ; plete compliance of the order monetary compensation or by ure.
Israel Grant-In-Aid
Request Strengthened
WASHINGTON (AJP) In
the strongest show of strength to
date for the proposed $150,000,000
U.S. Grant-in-Aid to Israel, a bi-
partisan group of 156 members of
the House of Representatives this
Zionist Leader
Sees Congress
As 'Embarrassing'
DENVER (AJP) A formei
president of the largest single
Zionist group in the U.S. said
i this week that she hoped the
, World Zionist Congress, now
j scheduled for Jerusalem in Au-
I gust, would never be held be-
I cause stormy issues at the con-
ference would embarrass Ameri-
I can Jewry.
The assertion of Judith Ep-
stein, past national president of
Hadassah, was c< upled with a
blast at Rabhi Abba Hillel Sil-
ver and the Zionist Organization
of America. She criticized Dr.
Silver's recent trip to Israel as
electioneering on behalf of the
General Zionists.
"I think its dreadful how the
ZOA is politicking in Israel's
elections." Mrs. Epstein told
Robert S. Gamzey, editor cf the
Jewish Intermountain Jewish
News. local English-Jewish
weekly, in an interview here.
The former Hadassah presi-
dent, here to stimulate activity
of regional units of the women's
Zionist organization, to'd Gam-
zey the 300.000-member organ-
ization "is keeping hands off the
Israel election" in accordance
with its traditional non-partisan,
non-political policy.
"Judith Epstein," Gamzey
wrote following his interview,
"doesn't even like to see the oft-
postponed World Zionist Con-
gress held this summerif ever."
Pointing out that the sessions
of the Congress would be thor-
oughly covered by the American
press services, Mrs. Epstein told
the editor that the airing of con-
troversies over U.S. Zionist par-
ticipation in Israeli politics cou-
pled with appeals to American
Jewry to move to Israel, "would
make embarrassing reading in
the American daily press."
Gamzey concluded, "She hopes
the Zionist Congress is never
held, a hope shared by Ben-
Gurion and myself."
o detain people in such A^ab ownership. ^^^^^^^^^^ ot ^ region. among the signers.
ier."
The first Kaiser-Frazer an to
roll off the assembly line at the
company's Haifa plant are now
on the road. Production is still
small, but it is expected that the
plant will be putting out 120 cars
per day within a few weeks. New
industries will be established
throughout Israel with funds pro-
vided by the $500,000,000 State
of Is'-ael Bond Issue.
itional Action Conference Delivers 15 Million To Ben Gurion
Miami Sends $200,000
piCAGO. (Special)More than 1,000 Jewish leaders from 40
> 1-st weekend wrote a stirring climax to their two days ot ac-
tions at an extraordinary Natior.al Action Conference of the
td Jewish Appeal as they presented checks totalling more tnan
'0.000 to place the cash income of this year's UJA campaign
'00.000. Mr Warburg ,old the Israel
Prime Minister, "is another strik-
ing demonstration of the partner-
ship which exists between your
people and American Jewry for
the rescue of hundreds of thou-
sands of men, women and chil-
dren living in lands where they
cannot be free."
The UJA general chairman as-
sured Mr. Ber.-Gurion that Amer-
ican Jews will contribute many
more millions of dollars to the
United Jewish Appeal before its
current, nation-wide., campaign
ends on December 31.
They will do this." Mr. War-
burg declared, "because of their
determination to save the maxi-
mum number of lives because of
their resolve to help Israel settle
and absorb all who are brought
to its shores, and because of then
..., ever orougm understanding that Israel must
Conference of the United become economically strong.
The Conference, which met to
map the next steps by American
Jewry for the raising of addition-
al large-scale sums to finance the
programs of the UJA's three con-
nong the checks presented
or.e for $200,000 from
Ne Minister David Ben-
of Israel, making his last
public appearance in the
States prior to departing
^rusakm, was deeply moved
witnessed this spectacular
that produced added and
reeded funds for the set-
it and absorption in the
ph state of tens of thousands
pent immigrants from East-
European and Moslem coun-
|Wrd M. M. Warburg, gen-
. nairman of the United Jew-
Ippeal, who received the pa-
|of checks as a major install-
1 on pledges in communities
is year's UJA campaign, told
ten-Gurion that this was the
t cash sum ever brought
-inference of the United
Bh Appeal for support of ur-
irnmigration, settlement and
>ilitation programs in Israel
other parts of the world.
'at you have witnessed,"
stituent agenciesthe United
Palestine Appeal; Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and United Serv-
ice for New Americansheard
addresses bv Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion and Vice President AJ.ben
W. Barkley ,in addition to reports
by William Rosenwald, Rudolf G.
Sonneborn and Rabbi Jonah B.
Wise, UJA Natior.al chairman.
Others who addressed the ses-
sions included Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, chaiiman of the American
section of the Jewish Agency;
Morris Berinstein, chairman ot
the UJA's national campaign
cabinet; Julian Freeman, presi-
dent of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, UJA ;
executive vice chairman.
The Conference extended its
sympathies to Mrs. Golda My-
erson. Labor Minister of Is-
rael, who was forced to cancel
her address at the Saturday
evening session in order to ie-
turn at once to Jerusalem, fol-
lowing ihe sudden death of her
husband.
As significant as any of the re-
ports and actions at the confer-
ence was the adoption Sunday
morning of a special resolution
reaffirming the Four-Point Bil-
lion Dollar Aid to Israel Program
voted last October in Washing-
ton, D. C, at the National Plan-
ning Conference for Israel and
Jewish Rehabilitation.
This reaffirmation at the con-
ference of the Four-Point Pro-
gram called upon American Jews
to close ranks behind efforts to
(1) accelerate the United Jewish
Appeal campaign; (2) speed tne
sale of Israel Bonds; (3) stimu-
late private investment in Israel,
and (4) secure United States
loans and grants-in-aid to Israel.
The conference gave t i r m
meaning to its deliberations Sun-
day morning with adoption of a
Campaign Action program aimed
at raising additional large-scale
funds durng the balance of the
year.
The Action program, which
emerged from discussions led by
Morris W. Berinstein, chairman
of the UJA's National Campaign
Cabinet, calls for:
(1) The immediate acceleration
of 1,100 local Spring campaigns
"to assure their maximum success
at the earliest possible time."
(2) The immediate organiza-
tion of campaigns which normal-
ly begin in September, with em-
phasis on the solicitation now of
pace-setting gifts "so that the en-
couraging trend established in
the Spring may be maintained
throughout the year."
(3) Intensification by all com-
munities of efforts "to bring to-
gether a maximum amount of
cash so that there need be no in-
terruption in the life-saving pro-
grams of the United Jewish Ap-
peal upon which so many tens of
thousands of men, women and
children depend for their hopes,
for their future, and in many
cases, for their very lives."
In a special ceremony preced-
ing other events at the final ses-
sion of the conference, leaders of
the National Women's Division of
the United Jewish Appeal pre-
sented a silver "liberty" bowl to
the wife of the Israel Prime Min-
ister as a memento of the dis-
tinguished couple's American
tour.
Anti-Zionist Group
Formed In Frisco
SAN FRANCISCO (AJP)
"Young people's" group of the
American Council for Judaism
presently of members in their
30swas formed here this week
marking the anti-Zionist organ-
ization's first autonomous youth
affiliate in the nation.
Comprising 50 members, the
Young People's group of the
Council plans a program "which
will appeal to the younger gen-
eration." Walter S. Neuman is
provisional chairman of the unit.
Members and prospects heard
an address by Rabbi Irving
Reichert at their last meeting.


PAGE 2 A
fjmist ftcridTiar
FRIDAY
IUNE]
Mrs. McCaffrey Takes Study Post
Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, national secretary. General Federation
Worr.o.-'s Organizatior.s, was invited by the American Christian
Palestine Committee, on a study lour of Isree'. Lebanon, Syria and
Jordan, at e luncheor held ;n her honor at the Shelborr.e Hotel.
Shown here after her ecceptsrcc of the invitation. Mrs. McCaffrey
ighi, front with members of t'-c committee, Mrs. George M.
Coh'.n left Back low. Mrs. Aura Brenner Meyers, I. R. Good-
mar., M.-s. H. C. Moser. 'For details read story.;
natim by New '
-. i June 1
! ri the
i the Near E isi. Esu oiting
. up w 'l! be Rev. Kai 1 11.
-
. tatioi
. P
I j Baehr, e>
I v. I). Danie] C. American Christian Palestine
P present Dad rid Committee, and Mrs. Blanche L.
! C inties on I Ij Shepard, program director.
I : I, L ban s ria In Israel they will visit the
hi ly places of it 11 faiths, the
In accepl I nun ition, "Uea of Jerusalem, Haifa, Ti-
Mi Ema McCaffr. I al a S?nas' 1'1 Aviv- Nazaretn, Beer
lunch, held in her honor at Sheba, Dan, the Negev, the Gali-
i Beach Shelborne Ho- ,ee> etc- T'v'v Wl11 be the official
tel, "I consider it an honor and guests of President ChMmWaitz-
ivilege to be chosen for this "Jan. ?l> l6r2.e1,, Pnm" Mmiste
trip. I know ii will help to broad- Rav,id Bcn-Gunon. the House of
own horizon and thought, parliament, Arab Chieftains, also
and I feel sure that the others on Christian and Moslem spiritual
th. trip, as well ... I. will bring leaders. T..ey Vn r,clu'n to the
wealth of information United States the third week in
about life in the Neai I I lich Ju,y-
we in turn can disseminate ~ ~------
>ng the groups we repn Pioneers Slate Dinner
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
nani-
zation, Club No. 1, will sponsor
. d nner honoring Father's Day,
, .. to be h !. on June 17. Chairman
; ..; f th. Fail kula, with
Esther Garbei as co-chaii
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Ku Klus Klan ri cently pas
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nal thn ats.
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51 nd Against
the KKK. hel] k out the
d< tails of the anti-Klan law and
militantly organized support for
i in m< i. F | proval
of the anti-Klan law is consid-
ered a maior victory in the fight
against religious and racial tol-
erance which Councilman Roth
has so often led.
Councilman Roth's contribution
to Jewish life, his friends point
out. however, extends far beyond
his anti-Klan activity. Years be-
fore he became active in local
politics, R>th was noted for his
energetic interest in Jewish life.
Mu -militant leaders-hip ol the
ADI.. working closely with such
prominent Jewish leaders as Mr. i
Hi r y Simonhoff, led to numer- j
ous anti-discrimination ordi- !
nances in Miami Beach. Three
3 after his return from the ,
Army, Roth helped form the
committee which ultimately
suited in the elimination of
criminatory signs on the Beach
"Burnett Roth," declared Mr.
Harry Simonhoff. "has m
significant contribution t> Jew-
ish life in Miami During I
pi i iod ol i nti-Ji
ti n, a .-I tl efi nt,
the ^,'.
.-.- in our midst. Alt' r the
[the ADL, he has
t active in it hip
As i the
:m Zionist District, Mr. Roth
g.,vo time and energy to the
An in 7.i mist Em. i gency
Commission when it was a vital
force.
"In 1946. he assisted in picket-
ing the British Consulate. In 1947.
he org ;nized. on Miami Beach.
the parade of org inizations do- |
manding Jewish rights in Pales-
tine. Burnett Roth is ardent in
upholdnfi orthodox Judaism, too. j
and. to me, as a Jew and a fine
public servant, exemplify s the
fact that bettor Jews make bett. .
Americans."
In addition to his years of serv-
ice to the Zionist Organi7ation of
America, Councilman Roth
for two years, president "f the
Miami Zionist District. He iias
worked continually in organiza-
tions such as the Jewish Federa-
tion, the Florida Commission on1
Displaced Persons, the Jewish
Vet nans, and many other
loc 1 presenting Jewish
in the community.
AJC Slates Luncheon
Brandeis Ch ipti i
. Congress is giving a mem-
t lui at the
of Mrs. Morris Kogan, 4465
Adam.. Avi n u n Wi |ni
June ii. at 1 p.m. Mi
nan, Mrs Man T
baum, announ pro-
for tin coming year will
be discussed and is extend.:
invitation to all women oi the
community to be p nd as-
iociate th< ... ith the work
of American Jewish Congress.
Mrs. A. A. Hayden, pr< sident
of the Fl irida Women's Dh
Will greet the guests.
A social afternoon will follow.
SJ taste
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IffiAY. JUNE 1, 1951
I'll Say...
Last Saturday night, a friend took mo to dinne:-
I untry Club on Gratigny Road. Drinks and
>s-d'ucuvrcs stimulated conversation at the cock-
bar. Good food was served on the patio, a re-
hing spot on that sizzling hot night. Yet not
were present to enjoy the inviting atmos-
ATTRACT1VE SET UP
he main building, a combination of Spanish and
netian styles, is spacious, imposing, yet dignified,
feool adjoining the golf course was recently in-
llled for a swim after the 9th or 18th hole. There
, lockers and showers for additional comfort or
axation. Rooms with tables attract members who
oy a sociable game. Good taste strikes the proper
iium between opulence and simplicity. A sug-
tion of restraint banishes any incipient garrish-
The environment is refined and correct.
F PARK
[There- is an involved story behind the evolution
[this institution. The boom generation conceived
]a country club more than a quarter of a century
B. It was a necessary answer to the Gentile Only
(icy that excluded Jewish visitors and residents
most of the golf courses in Dade County. A
of acreage was acquired, and the purchasers
rked out a scheme to build a club house and
out a golf course with profits derived from the
of lots. Golf Park was a successful undertaking
til the inflated boom bubble burst. Difficulties
iltiplied. A change in the demoralized non-Jewish
is agency became necessary. Yet sufficient coi-
tions had come in to erect the artistic building
Gratigny Road. But conditions worsened. The
Dm bust was followed by the 1929 Wall St. crash,
fich in turn led to the great depression of 1932.
buildings, the golf course, the subdivided lots
re Lost to the mortgagee. Miami Jewry had to
+Jt*ritf,FfarMlnr>
PAGE 3 A
A Jewish Country Club In Miami
give up the notion of a country club, even though
{rounds and improvements th< reon could at one
i \- '"v ""' n"min;'l sum of 350,000.
The.New Deal and the war brought new people
and ushered in a prosperity hitherto undreamed of.
me Uolf Park property was acquired by private
investors, who were eager to work out a satisfac-
tory deal. At a public meeting on a Sunday after-
noon, toe necessity of a club was agreed to by all.
Parents stressed the social benefits for their grown-
up children. A community-wide project was de-
bated, but never materialized.
WESTV1EW COUNTRY CLUB
Instead, a small group concluded the purchase
with the owners. So after the vicissitudes of 20
years, the grounds and buildings of Golf Park
were put to the uses originally intended. A Jewish
Country Club for Miami became a reality.
The founders put up $5000 each and formed the
Westview Country Club. They set up a limited
oligarchy and added to their members only with
the utmost circumspection. Men of wealth and in-
fluence, who had rendered important service to the
community, were ignored. Membership of a second
category with limited voting rights was cautiously
offered for a $2000 entrance fee. Progress and growth
proved slow, and the inexperienced founding fath-
ers began to realize the high cost of maintaining a
luxury institution. The inner guard yielded to the
minority who opposed exclusionist policies. Within
two years after formation, the bars were let down
and invitations extended to those previously snub-
bed. Some overlooked the unnecessary slight and
became enthusiastic supporters. Others, not so easily
appeased, stand aloof in sullen resentment.
BUMPTIOUS EXCLUSION
This kind of petty snobbery would be funny if it
did not cause pain. To people of character, such
brash sniping is beneath notice. But others, who have
the means and the taste for club life, suffer a sense
By HARRY SIMONMOFF
of ostracism in being left out. And if it is a matl
of indifference to the man, it may be of utmost im-
portance to his wife or daughter.
The joker is that exclusion from Gentile socie-
ties is the prime cause for the existence of Jewish
country clubs. So the discriminated compensate
the sting by discriminating against their own. Gen-
tile objection to social mingling with people outside
their religion and community of interests might be
understandable, though not excusable. But what
possible excuse can there be for excluding a co-re-
ligionist of adequate means and social decency with
whom he need not "break bread" if he chooses not
to?
It would be interesting to know the yardstick
by which the black ball slingers measure the worth
of an applicant. A former generation had a simple
device. The sons of Bavarian cattle dealers relied
upon their ability to speak English or near English
to keep out the Russians whose "accent was on the
bias." In Miami, a test of aristocracy is ridiculous
in the nouveau riche whose Yiddish speaking fath-
ers slept in their underwear. Most of the secluders
emerged from poverty with the Roosevelt New Deal.
INEQUITABLE SOCIAL BENEFITS
There is something of the Dog in the Manger
attitude about restricting the uses and benefits of
an expansive, suburban manor to a limited few. In
a community of 50,000 souls, the membership of 170
is monopolistic as it is short sighted. The commod-
ious building should be lit up nightly, ringing with-
the laughter of 1000 members. It is a far more im-
portant contribution to social betterment for youth
to dance, to sentimentalize, and to mate than for
oldsters to attend the monthly ritual of a meeting,
a dinner, a card game. When a restricted clique, by
putting up a comparatively small sum, acquires the
properties built and lost by others, and limits its
enjoyment to a small circle, with no regard for the
greater good of the greater number, it smacks of
social atrophy.
ifional Council For Jewish Education
ithers To Discuss Changes In Policy
The National Council for Jewish Education is holding its 25th
iv conference from May 30 to June 3, in Cleveland, Ohio
ere the Council was founded a quarter of a century ago.
emost Jewish educators of the country will gather to discuss and
asic changes in the American Jewish education. Dr. Sam-
Blumenfield of Chicago, Dr.
ad Chipkin and Dr. Azriel
Bnberg of New York City, Dr.
nuicl Dinin of Los Angeles,
Emanue] Gamoran of Cin-
atti. and Dr. Leo Honor of
lladelphia, will lead the dis-
sions in the four-day confer-
Aaron Rosenberg Is Guest Speaker
A iron
of the Establishment of the State
of Israel, and the Changes in
the American Scene in Recent
Years."
Representing Miami at the
Conference arc Sydney Green-
berg, educational director of
Mghlight of the Conference
be the 25th Anniversary
|in<: when past presidents of
Council will be honored and
Survey presented of 50 years
Jewish educational progress
(America. The Conference will
pcludo with a two-day dicus-
if "Objectives of American
rish Education in the Light
addies Night' Set
Women's Group
The first social affair of the
linen's Activities Group of the
il Jewish Community Cen-
"Daddies Night," will be
Id Sunday evening, June 3.
Hrs. Nathan Dubler. chairman
I' and means commit-
ted that a buffet sup-
'\ ill be given from 5 to 7 p.m.,
I by a men's fashion show
i i i he courtesy of Ben
Royal Palm Sports-
'. Murray Baum will be fash-
I t and Marx raber,
t,
a special election meeting
23, Mrs. Meyer Forer
i i lected president of the
Activities Group. Its
is to serve as an auxil-
y to the general organization
center, to sponsor its own
lal affairs and to assist the
ter in every possible way.
i Eicei s named were vice
udent in charge of member-
Pi Mrs. Al Berkowitz; vice
in charge of ways and
' Mrs. Nathan Dubler; vice
i<; nt in charge of program,
s. Joseph Nurenberg; financial
Mrs. Leo Braverman;
secretary, Mrs.
: irding secretarj.
Louis Siegel, an 1 treasurer,
tin il ness.
I Of the board of di-
lifesdames Al R is-
:-. Paul Sobel, Lon Kaplan,
lurice Waldorf,
yd G irdon, Charles Spii
ph Schaffer.
Rosenberg, nationally-
known writer, lecturer and hu-
morist, formerly of Detroit and
n '.- resident of Miami Beach
will be the guest speak< r at the
open meeting of the Men's Club
of Temple Beth Sholeni, on
Thursday, June 7, in the King
Arthur Room of the Saxony Ho-
tel, according to an announce-
ment by Dr. Alexander Robbins,
Men's Club president.
Mr. Rosenberg formerly was
a practicing attorney in Detroit
and earned his law degree at
Fordham University in New
Temple Beth Solom; Hy Pomer-
antz, and Louis Schwartzman, I York and Det-oit College of Law.
executives of the Bureau of Jew- | Prior to that he took a degree in
ish Education of Greater Miami. I pharmacy and chemistry at Co-
Beach Post 330. JWV,
Slates Memorial Rites
Senior Vice Commander, Dan-
iel N. Heller, of Miami Beach
Post No. 330 of the JWV of
America, announces that the P st
will hold its annual Memorial
Day Services at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, on Friday eve-
ning, June 1st, at 8:00 p.m., to
honor the memory of all those
departed American veterans, re-
and also under the pen- gardless of their religion, who
of Arnold Montrose He | f **ves ln the defense o
Rabbi Irving Lehrmun will
conduct the services, and Captain
Lester C. Soldz, Commander of
the JWV Post, will assist. Na-
tional Liaison Officer Hylan
Kout will deliver a short ad-
dress.
lumbia University. He has gained
national prominence and recog-
nition as a writer in English and
Yiddish. One of his best-known
books, "Talcs Out of School," is
a collection of humorous Yiddish
stories. His articles, short to-
rics, poems and humorous es-
ays, have appeared under his own
name
name
has been known as the Ameri-
can Sholem Aleichem or the Jew-
ish Mark Twain.
The meeting is open to Men's
Club members and their friends,
according to Frank Kamen, pro-
gram chairman.
Vote Top 4 On Tuesday, June 5th
Qualified and Proven By Years Of Experience in
Public Office
Lever 7 A
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i:t.v
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purion To Be On Air
i ial feature on the Jew-
Forum by Simon Seiden
1 'very Sundav from 2 to 3
|m. over station WFEC will be a
inscribed interview with Ben-
son, Israeli prime minister.
Councilman Burnett Roth
Councilman Lee Powell Councilman Marcie Liberman
Judge Bernard A. Frank
Every One Individually Independent
Standing On His Past Record and Achievements
IMIOISSill BY
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-leHlstncrkttan
FRIDAY, JU^
EDITORIAL
Syrian Aggrenttion
Syria's display of grim belligerency against
Israel may well precipitate a dangerous situation
in that area of the world if immediate steps are
not taken to extinguish the fire before it gets out
of control.
There have been in the past few weeks a
number cf armed skirmishes in the so-called de-
militarized zone along the borders of the two
countries. The tension reached a dangerous
zenith last week when Damascus forces used ar-
tillery and mortar fire in an abortive attempt to
seize Israeli territory. Just as it seemed that the
situation was getting out of hand, the two coun-
tries agreed to a cease-fire agreement through
UN intervention. But hardly had the ink dried on
the document than the Syrians proceeded to vio-
late it with a cyncism which can only be inter-
preted as meaning that Damascus is prepared to
show its hand of aggression. The fact that the
latest attacks coincided with Premier David Ben-
Gurion's arrival in the United States warrants
the conclusion that the Syrian government is de-
termined to pursue its policy of aggression with-
out reckoning either with its ccnsequences or
American public opinion.
It would be idle to speculate the source be-
hind Syria's belligerency. But whoever the in-
stigators may be the unalterable fact remains
that the United Nations, dangerously buffeted
these days by political and military storms, can
ill afford a conflagration in the Near East when
the fires of war are searing the Far East. Despite
provocation and the tensicn of living in a state of
neither peace noi war, Israel has at all times
manifested an unbelievable degree of patience
end willingness to negotiate all issues. Should
A Vital Conference
With the announcement that the rm
Zionist Congress definitely will be held I
14 in Jerusalem. American Zionist bodi i?l
started to grapple more actively with th*
lems that will face that historic gatherina
The first of the major Zionist bodies h
mon a conclave to deal with these vital
is the Mizrachi Organization of America
has scheduled a three-day special Mid-Yen-r
ference this weekend in New York '
The conference is expected to form
views of the 70,000 members oi the
uiateiU
SWORD OVER PLOUGHSHARE
the situation get out of control, the blame will rest
not only on the Arab states but on the United
Nations as well.
The situation requires firmness. Washington
may be reticent to inject itself into the issue at
for the guidance cf Mizrachi detagaSiS
Congress. n*
Mizrachi's traditional concern with the *
tical tasks of building Jewish life both a kj
and in the United States will be dealt JT
progress reports and by conference action
projected Mizrachi College cf Arts and Scitn
at Ramat Gan. near Tel Aviv, and on the &
rachi program of Jewish education in the nZ
States. 'm
After three years of Israel statehood, the ma I
issue of the future of World Jewry and its forari
relation to the State of Israel remains one of J
still-unfinished tasks of Zionism. American ]m
will watch with profound interest the iesi
achieved at this parley of reliqious Jewry, 3
their deliberations may well pre vide some*
portant clues to the solution of those problem
the height of a debate which is reminisced i \
Rome burning while Nero fiddled. Yet sUem
may in the end prove more costly. A firm U. i
stand in the UN toward making Syria aixmdu
its violation of Israel's borders may avert a :.x
situation later.
Israeli Newsletter
By ADA OK EN
A Briti i visitor put 1 situa-
I I .' Hants
nut h II when hi
autl
: u I', impi : tng th<
positii n, ai
: them to leave 1 coun-
pf reinfiltration ol Pali stine
n fugees. At th \ e, the
n ilitary authorities, by tn
as fifth columnists, are nur-
turing theii resentments.
They themselves acknowledge
that their first loyalty lies with
their relations and friends across
the borders of what Israel must
consider enemy countries and
which the Arabs regard as their
spiritual home. The tactful for-
bearance of the authorities from
settling immigrants in Nazareth
ar.d environs, coupled with a
lenient attitude toward a head-
strong municipality which refused
to recognize the annexion of the
town of Israel, succeeded only in
raising hopes that Israel does not
intend to keep the area; and Jew-
ish military police had to save an
Egyptian mission, which came to
transfer its war-dead to their
own country, from the wrath of
Midgal's Arab inhabitants, who
only then understood that their
i ity was definitely in Israel ter-
ritory.
As Jewish immigration con-
tinues, the local Arabs will be-
come a smaller and smaller mi-
nority, no longer concentrated in
closed areas as hitherto, and will
find it more difficult to preserve
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IYAR26.5711
their traditional forms of living
and ever, their language.
The fact that Arab grievances
n il freely and treated with
much sympathy in most Jewish
circles has not reconciled the
rity of Israel's Arab inhabi-
tants to the fact that areas with
an Arab majority are still under
direct military administration,
which has the advantage of serv-
- a single address for liaison
with the maze of central govern-
ment "offices but which rules
through emergency regulations.
Arabs wishing to leave such areas
ar.d even to move within them,
require special passes, and so do
Jews wishing to enter them.
The few thousand Arabs living
in mixed localities received the
, freedom of movements of their
i Jewish neighbors only when the
| areas affected acquired Jewish
majorities. Arabs' identity cards
] bear special marks, and Arabs
, who were not registered here in
! the first Israel census, i.e., the
great majority who accrued to
Israel following frontier adjust-
ments or by repatriation, can re-
ceive Israel citizenship only
; through nationalization. This does
; not affect their right to vote,
which belongs to all legal resi-
dents.
Arabs continuously bring be-
fore the High Court appeals
against real and imagined wrongs,
Often through Arab lawyers. The
latest crop of such test cases
questions the legality of differ-
ential prices for Arab farm prod-
uce; refusals to issue taxi licenses
to Arabs: prison sentences on
! Arabs who had bought contraband
| clothing when the government
I withheld coupons in Arab areas
I for half a year; delays in the re-
turn by the Custodian of Aban-
doned Property of ho'dings to
I Arabs who proved that they were
1 not affected by its powers; the
\ concentration of all Arab inhabi-
tants of Haifa into a single neigh-
borhood during the war; the re-
fusal to accord legal status to
| Arabs who had left their homes
during the fighting on the advice
of their Jewish neighbors or na-
tional Jewish institutions and
later returned with the knowl-
edge of local, though not central,
Jewish authorities; and deporta-
tion orders against relatives of
local Arab residents who had re-
turned ahead of the completion
of formalities for their legal re-
entry. Some Arabs even claimed
in court that they were deported
again and again on being appre-
hended without identity cards,
but had been unable to obtain
permission to visit the nearest
issuing office.
Although almost all Jews con-
1< r them a thorn in the flesh,
discourtesy to members of mi-
nority groups is always con-
demned by public opinion, and
the establish ed Jewish population
takes some trouble teaching im-
migrants that Arab neighbors are
to be treated as equals. Arab
fn emasons in Nazareth are af-
filiated to the Jewish main lodge.
There are common May Day d< m-
onstrations. Arab communities
brate Tree Planting and In-
dependence Day, and neighboring
communities tend to invite each
other's representatives to festivi-
ties.
The Behai's, non-Moslems of
.Persian origin, enjoy special
treatment as subjects of a friend-
ly Moslem nation. Youths from
the Arabic-speaking Bedouin,
' Druze and Circassians serve in
the Israel armed services, to
which Arabs are not recruited,
and in the frontier police on the
basis of their record in the War
of Independence. This tends to
raise among them expectations
of favored treatment as compared
i to other non-Jews, which they
! usually do not receive, and it is
! necessary to check their tendency
ito fall out among themselves, to
terrorize their Arab neighbors,
and to perpetuate their tradition
of smuggling.
The Bedouins still retain their
special courts for petty offenses,
presided over by a representative
of t'-e local military governor.
Free roaming has been forbidden
for security reasons, ar.d they are
allotted extensive stretches of
landa measure which only
; speeds up a natural nroc. ol
many years past. With the ex-
tension of the new Negev watei
system they will have to switch
to intensive agriculture ar.d regu-
lar village life.
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
American Trip Bolsters
B-G Position In Israel
DETROIT (AJP)The acclaim
heaped upon Israeli Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion by a
|grateful American Jewry was
seen last week by one' of the
i leading English-Jewish editors
as strengthening the Labor Zion-
ist leader's political position in
Israel.
Philip SlomovitZ, editor of the
Jewish News and president of
; the American Association of
English-Jewish New-papers, in
I a New York dateline report
wrote that "a study of reactions
,to H-O in this country appears
to indicate that his American
visit, intended primarily to
boost the sale of Israeli bonds
may turn out to be a personal
triumph for him in Israel."
The chance for the dtvelop-
i ment of i. ciack all-Jewish bat-
i tery for the Detroit Tigers has
, been shattered by an unexpected
trading deal. The Tigers have ex-
changed husky right-handed
pitch t Saul Rogovin for Bob
Cain, a left-handed hurler, of
; the Chicago White Sox.
Rogovin was an outstanding
attraction for Jewish sports fans
during his stint with Detroit,
because on occasions he teamed
up with the outstanding rookie
catcher, Joe Ginsberg. Many
were locking forward to tnis
. combination blossoming into one
of the star pitcher-catcher duos
| in the big leagues. Before join-
ing the White Sox, Rogovin had
|a 1-1 record.
So what might have been a
close association now turns into
I a rivalry. VMien Rogovin hurls
j for Chicago against his old team-
j mate, dunces are that Ginsberg
will be behind the plate calling
| the signals for Rogovin's opposing
; pitcher .
ABRAMS RETURNS
Cal Abrams, valuable left-
i field' r of the Brooklyn Dodgers,
has gone back into action after
resting up from a leg injury. And
it's pi-ked up right where he
left off, bei.ging out the hits.
As of this writing he's leading
I both leagues with a batting av-
erage of .431 .
Al Rosen of Cleveland climbed
into a first-place tie in the Amer-
I lean league iuns-batted-in divi-
i sion with 27 to his name to match
an equal number by Robinson of
I the White Sox .
The vici >uc death threats that
Jackie Robinson recently receiv-
ed in Cincinnati bring to my
mind many of the incidents that
have occurred in Robinson's fight
against racial discrimination in
baseball. One of the stories told
bv the Negro star concerns how
Hank Groonber;: showed himself
to b< on Robinson's side in the
days when tie latter was running
UP against a barrage of hatred,
i and the slichtest incident would
h off a skirmish.
It happened during the last
vear Gnonherg was with the
, r'utsburgh Pirates. He and Ro-
binson collided on the first base
line. R, binson asked Hmk if he
was OK.. Gretnberg s.ud "ves"
and rvuntered, "But are YOU
! all right?" Then he advised
J ickle not to let all of the abuse
he was taking get him down.
Robinson didn't .
PROSPECTS OF THE WEEK:
I he Boston Braves have a prom-
ising prospi t in Bill Wim <
southpaw pitcher. He waj
ly signed by the Braves and i I
now with Quebec in the Cat I
dian League. If he shows the kind I
of stuff he did at the Universal
of Massachusetts, he maymahl
the grade. Last year he was l
of the top pitchers in tl
, era League. Winn i? very al
standing six feet, three incha
He weighs 1&5 pounds ar.d is 8
years old ...
A coveted award has bea
made to an outstanding City GM
lege of Now York athlete, *
rome Steinberg, formerly ita
p.ilitan senior and Ni
State 175-pound wrestBM
champ. Ste'uberg, who if a**
ior, was given the Ben ''''d**
Memorial prize from the das
1913. Other honors went tow-
old Goldsmith in fencing aid Jo-
seph Brody in swimming
Bernard Kirsner. sophwBj
three-letter man, has been nan* I
president of the Men's Aw
Association He is on the football, basesU
and track teams .
Also in New York Stag
Solomon of the 92nd St.
placed thiid tn the Mrtrcp**
A.A.U. four-wail naniball to*
MfS:-H, Eddie l-J
is due to become an owner**
National Basketball AswJ
He is expected tnbeappJ
a 50 percent partner in **
more Bullets. Incidentally i
N.B.A. will hold its aW
meeting in Syracuse Ju'>
A trip to Europe beirtg
templated kv Eddie WJ
coach rf the Philadeph. "N
,-iors. If he g.j^J
is tounnu with his ^
club, the Harlem GIo*^
^ United NEfffi
pion. Herman Stem.. J
Europe after leaving
suddenly for a t"urn*rr
Spain. He's also slated for
nev in Vienna. Sterner vgm
PecWbebackintm^
part in the U.S. JulyI
tournament to negin in
New York _______
The month of April* M
time record for ,0" .^,n#
rael; 4.760 visitors anned
country during the m ^
pansion of tourist fjcin d
are an important sou* ^
lars for Israel wtf **,*-
cant result of tne
state of Israel Bond W


JIDAY. TUNE 1. 1951
*Jewish flcridHar
PAGE 6 A
Local Jewish Social Service Bureau
Fleets Officers At Annual Meeting
IThf Jewish Social Service Bu-
of Greate.' Miami held its
iu.il-meeting at a Brunch at
, lb brning,
iTln new officers elected for the
.,.... ,,:<: Mrs. Stanley C.
Iy president; Mrs. Leo Ack-
\ Mf. Herbert Scher, and
Harold Spaet, vice pic si-
Mr. Bernard Pullant,
:: Mrs. Morris Skop, sec-

[ Jewish Social Service Bu-
la.j is :>ne of the oldest welfare
ij zations in Florida. It was
tint' cl out at this 31st annual
[, that the president-elect,
i Stanley C. Myers, is the
[, i the founder of the agon-
Mr. Pincus Scheinbert, who
lii, its first president 31 years
,. Mrs. Myers is well known
lr her leadcrhip in welfare ac-
uity throughout the country and
bade county. She only re-
Intlv terminated a period as the
lesidi nt of the board of District .
6 of the Florida State Wei- Takes Time Out
re Board.
: discussion at the annua
leeting was directed to the sur-
Munich Jews Call Joint Banquet Set
For Resumption
Off ISlVSlilBlliOII
MUNICH, (JTA)The General
Assembly of the Jewish commu-
nity of this city recently demand-
ed that the Bavarian restitution
A joint banquet of the B'nni
B'rith Coral Gables Women's and
Men's Bowling Leagues will be
held Sunday, June 3rd, at 7 p.m.
at the Sea Gull Hotel.
Bernard A Frank
Seeks Prosecutor
For Miami Beach
Native son Bernard A. Frank,
candidate for Miami Beach City
Council, whose parents are Mr,
Newly elected officers of the
program be immediately put into women's League comprise- Hazel''
'':;.: "' Rappaport, president; Iren. C and "" Morri" B- Frank- Pio"
'';. f an formal ht.n, vice president; Ann Bass, neer Miamians, was a 1933 gradu-
. u't'.. Zti-S Vi Ann Green, treason ate of Miami Beach High Sch ,1
the manner in wh Officers of the men's g : and member of class of '38. Uni-
1 the Auerbach c point- President, William Heckler; vice versity of Miami Law School,
ing out that many similar scan- presit,ent> Lou Feldman; secre- A former acting judge who re-
dais wer, i ither little pub- **J nf^J,^'^ 'r^f signed from office to run in the
IClty or we* actually kept from fcJ: \ H,ni>n^EZ 0 June- 5 elections, Frank is advo-
"',' P"h1"' U appealed "' Jew" iciS t bo-h bowUnB I-aeueV mating in his platform the em,
ish organizations throughout the llclty for bo'n bowhn? leagues. lilV;m.n( f ., full.time paid
world to help call attention to ,
anti-Jewish developments in Ger- ohevuoth Observance
many. a, Shevuoth celebration spon- states that minor complaints have
ployrncnt of a fall-time pal
utor for the prosecution of
city ordinance violations. He
Mis. Stanley C. Myers
Overworked Eban
For Needed Rest
NEW YORK (AJP)An over-
,i the agency which had been I worked Abba Eban, youthful Is-
nducted in the Spring of 1950 raeli ambassador to America and
,d the developments which had .-,,. ,.
. ffken pfiM in carrying out chlef the voung nations UN
ndations. This was delegation, was undergoing a
' .. panel consiting of rest this week following his col-
i IJnderleider, attorney lapse last Fridav on thc hecIs of
, ..,_.,.. -> president: Mr. ,
- irer, agency vice presi- asharp Se,cuntv Council denun-
., mi -. Stanley C. Myers, and nation of Israel,
r. Albert Comanor. executive! Eban passed out last Friday 1 -
rector of the agency. [lowing a futile day-long battle
; liscussion from the floor, intended to stem the action of
port was made of the work oi th Securitv Council censur.
,i Jewish Vocational Service ,
huh was developed as a result, >ng Israel for its reprisal bomb-
that survey. Attention was ing against the Syrian aggressors
Meanwhile, rightist opposition sored by the Pioneer Womn crowded thc city court and that
deputies in the Bavarian Parlia- Go!da Meverson Club and thf \ additional skilled assistance is
ment have accused Minister- npeded.
President Hans Ehard of unwil- Farband, Ben-Gunon Branch of The candjdate. who js a veteran
lingness to prosecute Dr. Auer- Miami, will take place on Thurs- 0f World War II. is a director of
bach, former head of the Resti- day. June 7th at 8 p.m. at Con- Congregation Beth Jacob, mem-
tution Office, who is under arrest' gregation Beth El. bcr of the Hebrew Academy,
>n charges of fraud. One deputy, j Guest speaker will be Rabbi Jewish War Veterans, the Zion-
August Haussleiter, of the Deuts- ; Morris A. Skop. Entertainment ist Organization of America, Gold
che Gemeinschaft, charged that will be furnished by Morvy's Menorah B'nai B'rith. on the
Dr. Ehard fears to prosecute Dr. j Musical Moods with impersona- board of the Immigration Appeals
Auerbach because the latter has tions by Clara Langsner. Re- and the Naturalization Service,
documentary proof of the for- freshments will be served. He was appointed Municipal
mer's record of collaboration with I Mr. B. Morrison is chairman of Court Judge in 1948 and reap-
the Nazis. the affair. pointed in June of 1949. ___
veil t i plans for the develop-
ment of a Sheltered Workshop
Much will provide retraining and
lork opportunities for persons
limited employability. Thought
and ordering the tiny republic
to halt drainage in the Huleh
swamplands.
The Israeli chief delegate at
is given to theproblems of fur- < the UN collapsed shortly before
er development of the family the 100 vote in favor of the
ency services to be made avail- ; measure was recorded. He was
to the Jewish residents of
ade county.
In her address of acceptance,
Irs. Mvers leferred to the im-
irtance of strengthening family
in a period of world insecur-
She felt that the board of
immediately taken to the rear
of the Council rostrum at Flush-
ing Meadows where he received
prompt medical attention. His
condition at the time was re- i
ported as not serious.
Spokesmen for the Israel Con-
rectors and the community at sulate confirmed reports that
rge might make a significant, Eban was absent from his duties
ntnbution to family well-being and resting. The spokesman de-
rough their assistance in the clined to disclose the site nor
velopmant of local private! speculate when Eban would re-
.ency program. sume his duties, but it was ex-
^On display at the meeting was pected the former Sou* African
n award to the Jewish com- : would return to Washington or
Sunity of Greater Miami which Lake Success within the next
fcd been presented by United two weeks. Israeli WJMgMn
srvice for New Americans, the told the American Jewish Press
lational Jewish resettlement j hat Eban was *"*****
gency. The Jewish Social Serv- is resting cornfoi tab 1>f. A physi-
ireau is responsible, in Mi- cal examination failed to dis-
ii. for helping new Americans J close any organic disability, it
their adjustment to life in this was learned Uro -ftm '
ountry The award is "in recog- During Eban s absent c fi om
Bti n of outstanding devotion to | the UN. Arthur Lourie was ex
'use of America, and new pected to assume command of
imericani who have been wei- the Israeli delegation. Anas
mod in their midsts and aided sistant will handle the affair^i at
build new lives in dignity and the embassy in Washington un
and convince yourself why Breakstone's is Miami's
largest-selling Cottage Cheese!
\(v0, ,m."
til Eban returns.
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JUNE I, 1951
+Jew!st for id/an
PAGE 7 A
tcition Bureau
Last Meeting
m meeting of the sea -
board of directors of
u of Jewish Education
I en Wednesday,
[ office Of the Fed-
Ion Miami Beach at 8:13
following delegates-at-
\\\\ be recommended bj
mmittee of the
approval:
\: ron, Joel Cohen,
. Dr. Max I.ipkind,
Benjamin Meyers,
irk, Mrs. Matilda
; ii 3, II. Seitlin, 1 i I
Harry Simonhoff, Mr.
Si ymour Liebman. Har-
.\. Goodman, Rabbi
!,. I. 1!. Gordmin,
J, Duntnv, Sam
:id Jack Fishman.
will also include a
j Bureau Building
Simonhnff, chair-
iv vi"\v by Louis
zm..n. executive director
on the two nation-
on Jewish Educa-
tl in New York City and
Ohio.
Zionist Presidents
To Aid Bond Drive
The presidents of throe Zionist
districts in Greater Miami, rep-
resenting a combined member-
ship of more than 1,500, v.\ |
day issued a joint c ill '
merits of the community to rally
behind the $500,000,000 St
Israel bond being
floated in the United Stati s.
7A nisi lenders who p]
their all-out support included
H&rold Shapiro, pi | Mi-
ami Beach district; Norman R.
Lyons, president of Coral Ga-
bles district; and Sanford M.
Swerdlin, president u dis-
trict.
Th" Zionist heads asserted that
the memberships of thei oi san-
izations would constitut
head of the army of volunteers
to promote the sale of I
bonds in Greater Miami.
|ors' Assembly
In New York
Jacob Goldring has re-
, Miami Beach following
Indance at the recent
[annual conference-con-
ic,! the Cantor's Assembly
I D< partment of Music of
[ted Synagogue of Amer-
Schwartz Advocates
'Mayor Rotation' Plan
Candidate for Miami Beach
council. Nathan Schwartz, advo-
cates a relation plan for thi
ted Mayor of the City el Miami
Beach. He would spend a period
of at least three months in each
department of the citv govern-
ment, enabling him to observe
ways and means in which expen-
ditures may be cut, thus saving
the taxpayers unnecessary ex-
pense and avoiding increased
taxation. Schwartz also advocates
underground wiring for electric
and t-lephone and is against any
increase in bus fares.
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Officers of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'iith were installed by Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach at ceremonies at the Casablanca Hotel. Shown here are ^seated, left to ligr.t) Jack G. Gold.
Gilbert J. Balkin, vice presidents; Samuel W. Shapiro, president: George J. Tahanoff. Jules P.
Channing. vice presidents: Second row; Walter C. Kovner, George Bertmar. Joseph A. Kogos, Paul
Seiderman. Harry Zukemick. Jack August and Mayor Turk, trustees: (third row) Sol Golastrorn.
guardian: Irving Schatzman. treasurer; Barr.ett Beckerman. financial secretary: Saul Genet, record-
ing secretary; Gershon Miller, assistant chaplain: and Godfrey K. Newman, chaplain. Not shown
in photo are Dr. Wilbur Wishner, warden, and Siegfried Geismar, trustee.________________
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ri he was the representa-
the Miami Beach Jewish
four-day meeting took
>t Kiamesha Lake, New !
the delegates were
by Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
it of the Jewish Theolo-
iinary of America, Dr.
IGreenberg, executive di-
[and Rabbi Max Routten-
ecutive vice president of
jbinical Association of
la. A concert featuring
if the world's outstand-
rish artists highlighted the
ti m.
fperiment in Jewish music
'ounht to the attention of
ltors with the rendition
I first time of Jewish wed-
J-!<' written by Jewish
is and intended to re-
e now popular wedding
of Wagner and Mendel-
fete results of the conven-
e plans for a three weeks
lession for the next three
loch cantors may attend
up with the latest trends
ish music; also the es-
fient of a cantors' training
under the auspices of the
Theological Seminary for
nen wishing to be trained
cantorial profession.
Mes will be at the disposal
ivnagogues connected with
liservative United Syna-
|of America.
TRally Held
Miami District Zionist
Beth El synagogue audi-
waa held Thursday, May
fcst speaker was Seymour
*> Movies and refresh-
Hollowed.
3,0- OaVv OMencU:
We Are Supporting Jack Abbott For City
Councilman. We Believe His Election Is
In the Best Interests of Miami Beaeh.
Leonard L. Abess
Fred H. Baisden
Shcpard Broad
Mrs. Jane Fisher
Baron de Ilirseh Meyer
John D. Montgomery
Max Orovitz
E. Albert Pallot
llan Buskin
Milton Sirkin
Bay T. Sterling
Mrs. Bose Weiss
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FRIDAY,
JUNE]
"Strictly Neighbors
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BT HELEN ALPERT
g out more than" four famed years at the same hotel
Pra8feaBV!2SSS8.P.J.P.^ ^'HU,nS con-
tracting, he's added his own degrees as architect "**
Davis is the original builder of many *^^k"7^,^J?.!
Westview Country Club, the Coral Gables C*ty Hal Richards
Department Store, and the 79th Street Causeway all of which
1 belcha didn't know ... as well ..almost 300 .bu "'dings m elud-
ing the Grar.ada Apts.. and the hotels Cadillac, Raleigh and
Traymore.
PERSONALITIES:
Clara Weintraub returns fi m Cl
HTA Elects Officers B. Friedman Er*3
Election of officers for the com- T0 U/ j Akk r
,. g year was held by the Hebrew U YYea ADbey [ pj.
Teachers Association of Greater b^bi^^^^^^
Miami at a meeting Saturday.
Louis Gadon was re-elected to,
serve as president of the group.
Also elected were Bathia Stadlan
and George Goldberg, vice prcs- '
ider.ts; Joseph Hurowitz, record-
ing Becretary; Rachel Ross, cor-
responding secretary; Ruth Uliss,
financial secretary; G. Rosen-
kianz. treasurer. Mr David Fried-
man is a lifetime honorary pres-
ident of the association
their 16th
VISITING:
ge. N. J Her

NOTING:
Everyone s congratulating Mrs. Helen Child. Her son Billy
at Miami Be;ch Hich School has wen a scholarship to the Uni-
versity of Miami. Mrs. Child is one of the early winners, as you
remembe:, of a Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Courtesy
Award__so many cleased persons writing in to commend her
graciousmss at the Alton Road's A & P Something new has
been added to p.-otography in Beach hotels, and it's the name of
Sylvia Weinlhal. Cred.t her with the Casablanca pics, espe-
cially ...
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not to tune in
the! Bj
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RADIO:
As I said, if lest bit
.- week until I'm
f. Martha C Cour-
rce. I'll bring with me thi
a inm w I kn si Sal irgeois Sara is from
.... afeteria staffer
both the word an actice ol pouu r.ess
OF INTEREST:
-hunters is "Smoker"
H ant '''. : Ann is Catholic, by the w
n N E 11th Place, about five years ago.
. wa U m r.ey for a Hai ..nd
said this oul I I e cer-
lramati SI Drivers stopped
to i i.- N If : : untry is doing
me vi Anni S key's quaint little miniatures of real
cact: real figuru nl
Tli plant ing big bus ss. Job! ers db ip in
by the gross. 1 Smokeyraving
It! luandi cac-
tui tor an eye-dropper and
nourish 1 lit! Iwith one precise lfttle drop
: I r four months Ar.-'. and S
U Estat Th j nd( rful folk, and
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Following a weddirg trip to
New York. Jacob Rosner and his |
buo--, the former Betty Albert,
will make their home in Mi = mi
Beach. The couple exchanged
and shrdandw acmf and andwdw
vows before Cantors Abraham
Seif and Judah Goldring St Knes.
et.i Israel Congregation on May
24 at 1 p. m. in the presence of
their immediate families. Mrs.
Robert Silver was the brides
only attendant, while Max Ros-
ner seived as best men lor his
uncle. Mr and Mrs. David Ros-
rer. brother End sister-in-law ol
the bridegroom, were host: at a
reception in the social hall of the
synagogue following the service.
Carolina Conference
R< p
Dis-
trict Five C nci which I
luring 1 w< ek in
Columbia, South C
Mi s Meh iident,
an I Mrs Irving Laibs n, \ i
I, :.t Mi Bi nn i tinued
i, following invention,
. vacati in in New York.
June 17 has been selected for
the marriage of two University of
Miami graduates. Miss Charlotte
J. Eiserstein and Even S. Stein.
Charlotte is the Daughter of Os-
car Eisenstein. of Chicago, and
the late Mrs. Eisenstein. Mr. Stein
is te son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Stein. 29C1 Sheridan Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach. He is a member of
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
HVacli llatlassah
l5'-s-li* -; te Mark
eleel ident of thi Busi
W imen's Group.
H I Miami Beach, ?t its
n cei tin Plans are being
formulated for the formal in
lation in the fall of all tlie offi-
ce n
Others name-i to office were ?s
follows: Frances Lebon, first vice
president' Jean Bt-rm-in, second
vies president: Doris Pardo.
third vice president; Don Kel-
ler, treasurer: Polly Gershon. fi-
nancial secretary; Mollie Kat7.
recording secretary: and Bea Cy-
press, C irrespond'ng secretary.
Beverly Fruit,,,
,A: "-ent h bctfj
9/ naagement of h
Betty F;u :--:,n. daughurrtt
and Mrs. M E Fnei
of Jacksonville, to AbkijTi
son of Mr. and kin '
Fink, if that city.
The Brand Ballroom if,
,: Hotel in Jack
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Following a wedding trip to
New Orleans. Mr and Mrs. Jerold
Paul Kedison are at home in Chi-
cago. Mrs. Kadison is the former
Charlotte Ann Safra. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Safra. Miami
Beach. The groo mis the son of
Mrs. B. Kadison, of Chicago. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman officiated at
the ceremonies which took place
at the home of the bride on May
13.
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)AY. JUNE 1. 1951
rsoncilly Speaking .
[Rev. and Mrs. Lazarus Lehrer are leaving by motor for
West on Sunday accompanied by Mr. Hyman Levine
( will be the guests of congregations in Cheyenne Wy-m
Oqden, Utah, and Rochester, Minnesota, whose pulpits
occupied many years ago by the Reverend. Their last
knation will be New York city where the Lehrers will cele-
k their golden weddinq anniversary with their children
[party plans to return to Miami in July.
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K. and Mrs. Wilford Purcel, 5538 Collins Avenue. Miami
kh, left this week to attend the graduation of their dauqhter
|ne. Miss Purcel will graduate from Stephens College!
tibia, Mo. and before returning home she and her mother
[visit Chicago and New York.

fyman V. Hecht, honor student at the Long Island Col-
| of Podiatry, Long Island, New York, will visit his parents,
[and Mrs. Samuel Hecht, 128 Washington Avenue, for sev-
/eeks.
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lr. and Mrs. Herman Katims, 2042 S.W. 14th Terrace, en-
led at a dinner party Tuesday night, honoring their
Ihter Beverly on her 16th birthday. Sixteen of her friends
Jded the affair. On Wednesday evening the Tri Beta Girls
i a surprise party for Beverly at the home of Sandra Prince
S.W. 14th Terrace.
* *
lr. and Mrs. Max Zucker of 620 S.W. 18th Terrace will
en June 4th to motor to Great Neck, Lonq Island. They
^pend a month with their children, Bertram and Mazie Plain
jrandchildren. Jeffrey, who is seven, and the twins, Roberta
[Herbert, age three. The remainder of the summer will be
by the Zuckers at Camp Saqamore on Lake George,
is a children's camp operated by the Plains.
* *
Irs. Leonore Curtice, 364 S.W 19th Road, left by motor
|y to attend the seventy-fifth B'nai B'rith reqional conven-
Columbia, S.C. From there, she will proceed tc New York,
she will visit her dauqhter, Beverly, studyinq at the
[tudents Leaque. Beverly's paintinqs are on display at the
lington Square outdoor exhibition.
* *
li. and Mrs. Jacob DeKoven, 1676 James Avenue, Miami
L left Wednesday for their summer home in Michigan
I Indiana.
* *
iseph Kogos, 814 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, left for
ttended vacation in Bostcn and New York.
* *
Vacationing in New York are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz,
pson, Louis, and daughter, Lillian.
* *
lr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Green, 1250 95th Street, Bay Har-
*land, announce the birth of a son, Ronald Jeffrey. Grand-
p are Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
sen.
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lerle Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol H. Brown, 2768 S.W.
xiurt, has been elected president of next year's arts and
es sophomore class at Tulane University, New Orleans,
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi, he was vice president of
Ishman class.
* *
lr. and Mrs. A. M. Dorff, 972 S.W. 3rd Street, have re-
home following a six weeks vacation in the North. They
[present in Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, to welcome
rival of a granddaughter on April 18th. Mrs. Dorff spent
[time visiting her mother and other relatives in Pittsburgh.
* *
r. and Mrs. Sam Berg, of Detroit, Michigan, arrived Mon-
spend the month of June at the Breakwater Hotel, Miami
While here they will be entertained by Mrs. Berg's sis-
rs. Rose Lesser, 1241 N.W. 58th Terrace, and their nephew
lece, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, of the same address.
* *
r. H. M. Drevich left for Detroit Wednesday to attend the
[itzva of Harvey Seymore. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D.
W that city, cousins of Mr. Drevich. While in Detroit Mr.
\h will also visit other members of his family and friends.
* *
Iw York-bound are Mr. and Mrs. Anton Loeb for a com-
[business and pleasure trip. Mr. Loeb will design a new
jr Ccrtoon for Paramount while Mrs. Loeb will renew old
phips in the area.
* *
laduatinq from the School of Dentistry at Emory Univer-
s week is Daniel Goldhaqen. In Atlanta to attend the
pies are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Gcldhaqen, and
le parents of his wife, the former Faye Schindler. The
1 intends to establish his practice in Miami.
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N. M. S. (Frances) Rubin, formerly of the Delano Hotel,
f residing at the Nautilus Hotel, 1825 Collins Avenue,
|her friends may contact her.
* *
I and Mrs. Frederic R. Rosen are leaving Monday to
pth relatives and friends in New York. After a three-week
in New York, they will siqhtsee in Washinqton, D. C,
ew days.___________
+Jewisli Meridian
PAGE 9 A
at the Do I Auous Memo'u H.fl l fcttM 'he Beth E1 Sisterhood held Wednesday. May 23.
chairman.- lOThTl?co-cnma kLVl Sm WUchyk: MrS" Eugene Schwartz.
Mrs. Alexander Rosen, v^ce president M?s" M! bb' w U"ay V^" Mrs- Jack Sh*piro. president:
& fc X^Sto^S ir-
is. S?S4 W^SSS JS.'KSSS SrJSSfc
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Barry Noel Hyman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Hyman, 3140
S. W. 14th Street, will become
Bar Milzvah on Saturday. June 2,
at 9 a. m. at Beth David Syna-
gogue. The young man is a stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman will
be hosts at a reception in the so-
cial hall immediately following
the ceremony.__________________
.Civic Group Formed
Little River business execu-
tives were granted a state char-
ter for a new business and civic
organization to leplace the Little
River Business Men's assn., re-
cently disbanded.
Joseph H. Walker of the First
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation was elected president.
Other officers are F.ank Ca-
pers, Max Ellin and Edward
Fishbeiii, vice presidents; Oren
E. Morton, secretary, and C. S.
Rye, treasurer,
D. D. Smith who served as
president and executive secretary
of the disbanded group has been
employed as executive secretary.
Directors include Capers. H. D.
Steere, Mrs. Beulah Butler, John
Hamlin, Fishbein and Harley G.
Collins.
Edith Simmons Heads
Emma Lazurus Unit
Emma Lazurus Chapter, Bus-
iness and Professional Women,
B'nai B'rith, recently seated Miss
Edith Simmons as new president
at installation ceremonies con-
ducted at Harvie's Restaurant.
Other officers installed were
Miss Tina Fischer, first vice
president; Miss Mae Meyers, sec-
ond vice president; Miss Edyth
Fleicher, treasurer; Miss Vivian
Schiffci. financial secretary; Miss
Pauline Korn, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Carol Zipper, .
sponding secretary; Miss Ethel
Pont, parliamentarian; Mrs. Mi-
riam Baron, monitor; Miss Eve-
lyn Miller, historian: and Misses
Roslyn Lachman, Anne Levine,
Paula Horowitz, Shirley Rosen-
berg, Lillian Eisman, Estelle
Rubin and Mrs. Fannie Spring,
board of directors.
E. Albeit Pallot, president.
Florida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith lodges, was guest speaker.
Ben Essen, Miami attorney, was
master of ceremonies. Other
guests included Mrs. Pallot; Mrs.
Essen; Mrs. Leonore Curtice,
past president of Sholeni Wom-
en's Chapter and Miss Edna
Blomberg, treasurer, District
Grand Lodge 5, B'nai B'rith.
Ladies' Auxiliary Picnic
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
! Hialc.ih-Miami Spring." Jewish
Community Center will hold
their 3rd annuoi picnic on Sun-
day, June 3rd at Crandon Park.
Those desiring transportation,
should meet at the Center. 951
E. 4th Avenue. Hialeah, at 10 -i.m
A program of games has been
planned by Mrs. Martha Abram-
son, chairman of the affair which
will begin at 10 a.m. and continue
throughout the day.
350 Lincoln Road
Suite 302 Phone 5-5419
Entrance on Washington Ave.
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By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewisr.
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Jon Arden. Food Fair's advertising executive selected for out-
star.d n: -*crk end iritiatrd as professional member into the George
E. MerAck Chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma. National Professional
Advertising Fr2ienily. John Lloyd, president of George E. Mer-
i-k -'-ante- is shown presenting the key in ceremonies conducted
"at" th B:scavr.e Terrace Hotel. Others selected for outstanding
achievements were: Dr. Grover Noetxel. Deen of the School of
Business Administration at the University of Miami: Dick Roberts,
vice p.-es dent of the Florida Powe: and Light Company; Stephen
Shaw, irstructor in Marketing at the University of Miami.
City Manager Sees
Bond Issue Need
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th:'' ,h' i $6632^
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The Time. Her:-, d attacked the publication, which is a book
c: songs entitled "Sing a Sor.g of Friendship" used in the ADL
educational program. The Washington psper called i: "propa-
ganda" against "American welfare." A song contained n the
hook is called "Thomas Jefferski." The paper said: "But the
Jefferski' offensiveness is only one among many leading up to
the revelation in the final pages thai 'We'll Soon Be One World,'
a thought tha. fits so neatly into current proceedings that range
from Korea to Lake 'Success.' with bombs, blood and spying."
Wl at tampions tru re-
.'. Washington ADI. Director
Hern in hi :.jn of Editor-in-Chief Frank
< ''. Irop of the Ti 1 attai ked Vice Pri
the D. C B : i of Education foi -me the
ADL- book. Edelsberg said. "For a lung time now Washingl :
ien listening to Adelbert 1 noton< not like
.. :.,r.gled' id- lucationhe dosn't t prol ina] edu-
cate : I :e apt to be too 'liberal' Lee stru ticularly
! and sour not,- wl i n tt Sir.g a Song of I :p."
>ok of i Irving Caesar, which had been donated by the
Women's Argo Cl B'nai B'nthi ''' n, approved
"We want to tell the story of 'Sine a Sony of Friendship' and
hundred: teriaU devised or spon-
red by ADL." Edels erg said to instill attitudes in
il child:'
The Times-Herald defended Lee. saying the community
owed him a debt and suggested that his critics are un-American.
Waldrop said he went out of his way to avoid naming the B'nai
B'rith in his editorial. He said his paper wasn't against B'nai
B'rith but that the B'nai B'rith was evidently for world gov-
ernmentwhich the Times-Herald equates with world com-
munism. It was not '.he fault of the Times-Herald. Waldrop
said, that the B'nai B'rith "advocates a political program which
we don't approve." He added that he wasn't conscious "of the
extent to which B'rai B'ri.h was behind this book" until he no-
ticed their "hypersensitivity" to his edutorial.
Wal -.a lone letter from Edelsberg which pro-
ted the editorial. He said the Utter was "laughable" so he re-
plied to Edelsberg that "differences of opinion make horse .
It is interesting to note that Col. Robert R. McCormick is the
editor and publisher of Waldrop'.s paper Not too lone ago, Mc-
Cormick published a front page story in I is Chicago Tribu
purported to be an expos,- of a "secret government." comprised ot
Jews, in Washington. The rimes-Herald and Tribune have editorially
attacked such Jewish leaders as Associate Supreme Court Ju
Felix Frankfurter, Presidential Assistant David K, Niles, Ex-Secre-
tary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau. Jr., Sen. Herbert H. 1
rr an. Rep. Arthur G. Klein, and others. The Tribune branded Con-
samen Emanuel Celler and Adolph Sabath as "a couple of
ch.
Material published in both the Times-Herald and Tribune has
been used in the "Cross and Flag," the anti-Semitic hate sheet
distributed by Gerald L. K Smith. The Times-Herald has the
largest circulation of any Washington paper.
Laurence Schwab,
Fanny Brice Die
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6750 Harding Avenue He
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Variety Show Set
By Flagler-Granada
Saturday, June 16, has been
selected late of the an-
"Melody in Mirth" variety
-n m to b B by the V.
Activities I ttee of the
Granada Jewish Com-
nity Cent, i .,; 50 N.W. 51st
Plai ol the aff
Mrs James Segal with Robert
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and 1 Hial ah-Miami
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Mrs. Daniel Lapin, Mn B n
Clem. Mrs
ist th
sui viv< I
Beth David Picnic
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June the 3rd. at 10 air., to at-
tend nnual picnic
n. Athletic events and
games will <> | i: thi re will
be no swimming. Mrs. Isidor
I ch-tirmnn of the
: ime chairman is Mrs.
Bettv L vine
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Says: The rumors are !*|
I am Harold Shsp.ro w
Herbert Shapiro. "J
in the County Soheiwij
Jice. I have NOT *"
from the race for M*]
in favo, of any olhtr *J
date. I am in to >*
the banner of the Good W|
ernrrent League.
'IKIIH'
$500,000,000
STATE OF ISRAEL
Independence Issue
Prospectus May Be Obtained Prom
Atwill ^s Company
n.< Im.
60S Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach, Ra.
5-5816
lit Norland lank Bid*
Miami, Florida
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+JmMh fhridlian
PAGE 11 A
pi FINE TRIBUTE TO AN OUTSTANDING MAN!
Sm Hf aIK Sffl JEHl?,ttFUL consideration of the qualifications
)F ALL OF THE CANDIDATES IN THE CITY COUNCIL RACE, HAVE ALLOWED USE OF THEIR NAMES
IN INDORSING THE CANDIDACY OF
ORRI
(MOE)
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Abeiman
Herman Adelman
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ansin
Joe Arkin
J. Bandes
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Baum
Frank Becker
Mrs. Jean Becker
Sidney Berger
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bershadsky
Dr. Theodore M. Berman
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Blatt
Mr. and Mrs. M. Bloom
John Boyer
Ben Binder
Mrs. Paula Bloom
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brenner
Pearl Brown
Gertrude Bowler
Elsie Brockman
Alex H. Bruenn
Alvin Budner
Mollie Budner
Solomon Budner
Dr. Joseph Burns
Norman Burman
Mrs. Ruth Burman
Dominick Camerota
George R. Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. S. Cohen
Walter E. Charlan
Charles Danton
Albert Devore
Regina DeCromer
Mr. and Mrs. David Drucker
Jack Elbaum
Regina Elbaum
Roslyn Elbaum
Irving Ellis
Lee J. Ellis
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur England
Mr. and Mrs. George Engelhardt
Aaron Farr
Mrs. Myra Farr
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Feiner
Mr. and and Mrs. William Farr
Milton Feller
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Finke
Mrs. Yetta Forkosch
Marvin Fra^cel
Mildred Freeman
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Freid
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Fried
Morris Fishman
Arthur Frishman
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Friedman
Mrs. Sarah Frishman
Mr. and Mrs. Elia Gabay
Seigfried Geismar
Richard E. Gerstein
Dora Godfrey
Henry Gohdes
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gariinkel
Beulah Godwin
Ben Goldberg
Mrs. Betty Goldman
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Al Goldman
Harry Goldining
Shirley Goldblatt
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Goldblatt
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Mrs. Eve Goldman
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Greene
Sam Green
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Greenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Greenwood
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gross
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gultman
Mrs. Charlotte Haas
Anna Harris
Dorothy Hunt Hargrove
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harris
Rose Heine
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hennessy
Sid L. Hertz
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hess
Irving Hirsch
Gabriel Hirsch
Mrs. Faye Hirsch
Nathan H. Hochman
Mrs. Miriam Huberman
Sidney H. Huberman
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Imerblum
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobs
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson
Andrew Johnson
Charles Kaplan
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Katz
Anna Kaufman
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kaufman
Harty Kershaw
William Kay
Mr. and Mrs. Al Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kenholtz
Mr. ar.d Mrs. N. G. Kirsch
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kolber
Mrs. Alexander Kogan
I. E. Kochaer
William B. Kobrin
Fern King
Mr. and Mrs. George Knohl
Mr. and Mrs. Kornblum
Mrs. Celia Kosch
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Stanley Kossoff
Jack Kovarcik
Irving Kramer
Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Krone
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kupferman
Hannah Kumble
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Kushen
Jack Laden
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leibowilz
Mr. and Mrs. Duke Leonard
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Levington
Dr. and Mrs. H. Levison
Clemence Levy
Mrs. Henry Levy
M. Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Lidsky
Estelle Marcus
Benjamin H. Mandell
Mrs. R. Manischewitz
Benjamin A. Marquit
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mejia
Herman Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Moss
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nathan
Irving Nash
Bessie Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Newbauer
Godfrey Newman
P. Paetro
Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley S. Phillips
Louis Pokress
Stanley Pred
Dr. and Mrs. Denis P. Quittner
Mr. and Mrs. N. Doug. Raff
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Randell
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robins
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rodin
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rokaw
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Rose
Chaim Rose
Shirley Rosenthal
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rossman
Mrs. Bertha Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Rubin
Mrs. Lilly Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. William Rubin
Vivion B. Rutherford
Sam Samuels
Sidney A. Saltz
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Salzman
Elaine Schwartz
Mrs. Fanny Schwartz
Mrs. Lester Sale
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schwartz
Morris Schneider
Fred Schneider
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Schiff
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Shnayerson
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sillins
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Solosko
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Schlapik
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simberg
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sperling
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell
Mrs. Fred Somerstein
Mrs. A. E. Sorrenlir.o
Mrs. Clara Spitz
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianoff
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Taylor
Sol Tamen
Dr. and Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe
Mr. and Mrs. V. Velazquez
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram C. Waller
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Waitzkin
Joseph Wexler
Winnie Weinstein
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Wolf
Ray Walker
Burton Young
Mr. and Mrs. Raphael K. Yunes
Abrahcm Zinnamon
Mrs. Mae Zinnamon
E SURE TO ATTEND THESE RALLIES!
TONIGHT(FRIDAY)
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REFINED EXPECTANT
JEWISH MOTHER
Desires rcE a=d board :cr
herse'J ar.d b-abv -.:.-. :zc-
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writ* h By. P. C. B:x ?"4
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Howling lri\ I"*
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could afford only a room, shared
two ether men, in a modest
boardir.g house. But the young
ac:or says he wasn't comfortable
.: the big hotel anyway He is
ore at horn? taking the
rugged rc**d to success,
Tony was born June. 1H
New York City, and lived most
his life in the Bronx His fat"-er.
M -. Schwarta, h3d be*n a e
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- emigrating to the United
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SKIN
DISEASES
A New Approach
IN TREATMENT
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WQAM
MONDAY NOON1:05 P. M-
To Tell You WHY
MIAMI BEACH NEEDS
D. LEE
POWELL
Your Councilman
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[Y, JUNE 1. 1951
pie Israel's 29th Annual Meeting
Hews Accomplishments By Meisel
I mil'.. nm>rt( '1 I ,1 1 I 1 I < r\t
^JeHlstrhrMton
29th annual meeting of
Israel took place on
belay following a buffet
[in Kaplan Hall.
r-ted for the presidency
limoUfl acclaim was Max
Other officers elected
W. Slote, Joseph Stein
iry Wolff, vice presidents;
"p. Singer, treasurer;
A. Rossman, financial
r.v: and Harry Boyell, sec-
members who will serve
[the coming year include
Ungar, Dan Ruskin. Sam
t>n. Leonard VVein, Monte
[ax Holtsberg, Isaac .Toffe,
Ire.n, Eniil Gould, Adolph
. Morris Kla.ss, Aaron
in'l Norman Giller.
ient Meisel also heads the
! J, wish Education for
|h time; is vice president
3< ach Y, and an executive
-her of Greater Miami
[F. deration. The recipient
Oberly Prize from the
p.n Library Association
el low of the American
n [or the Advancement
ace, Meisel is also vice
H of the Hall-Mark Elec-
e.= Company.
\g the past year's aecom-
mts under the administra-
I Meisel, were the follow-
puring as spiritual leader
le Israel Dr. Joseph R.
,-tablishment of the
Ice Z. Pearlman Memorial
jtion under the ehafrman-
ufrs, J. Gerald Lewis and
|h( oj Committee.
1 dedication of a memorial
Follows Famous
Dad As Sr
CHICAGO (A J P) -Pursuing
I the scouting trails of his fathe?
and i^mous grandfather, John M.
sennt, a prominent Jewish finan-
cier, assumed the presidency of
the Boy Scouts of America this
week at the organization's 41st
annual meeting.
TJCk'u irinlson of th ^mous
KbUM- Sch,ff' Prominent Jew-
ish philanthropist who died in
vi t!s ? Partner in the New
York banking firm of Kuhn, Loeb
and Lo. He entered the scoutine
movement in 1930 when he be-
came a member of the Nassau
County Council in Mincola, L.I.
The election of Schiff to the
head of the record 2,795,000-
member movement followed a
family tradition. His grandfather
was a proponent of scouting
When the movement was in its
infancy. The late Jewish leader
mr.de largo financial grants tow-
ard strengthening the youth
movement.
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Max Meisel
window in honor of the late Col-
man A. Zwitman and 11 sons of
members of families of Temple
Israel who gave their lives during
World War II. Included arc:
Nathan A. Aronovitz, Sheldon D.
Bernbaum, Robert Blumenthal,
Benjamin J. Bronston. Paul Ivan
Carp, Myer Epstein, Leroy S.
Feldman, William E. Jacoby, Wil-
liam A. Mayer, Arnold Raxin, and
Robert Richter.
4. Appointment of a committee
composed of Arthur A. Ungar,
William D. Singer and B. W. Slote
to raise funds in excess of $100,-
000 for the renovation of the
tse of Failure to
proper Fire and !
less Interruption
ranee.
It's a
complex
business!
Kussner Bar Mitzvah
Paul Harvey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. I. L. Kussner of 8C9 Scvilla
Ave., Coral Gables, will become
; Bar Mitzvah on June 2 at the
I Israelite Center. The following
i day at 3 p.m., a reception will
i also be held at the center.
Paul is attending Miami Beach
Hebrew Academy and is a second
! class Boy Scout.
Another son, Conrad Leon, 17,
is a graduating senior at Miami
j Senior High School, and a third
' son, Robert Arnold, celebrated
j his second birthday on May 26
Post Observes Holiday
Among the organizations par-
ticipating in the observance of
i Memorial Day by the Greater
Miami Community was the Coral
Gables Jewish War Veterans and
the Auxiliary.
Services took place on Sunday
night and on Wednesday eve-
ning. Rabbi Morris A. Skop, of
the Coral Gables Jewish Center,
Wl s on the program Sunday eve-
ning as well as serving as prin-
cipal speaker at the otservance of
the Coral Gables Post of the
American Legion.
Jack Abbott Raps
City's 'Crime1 Tag
Severe c-iticism of the present
Miami Beach Council was voiced
this week by Jack A. Abbott,
candidate in the June 5 election,
who blamed a succession of city
councils for making the build-
up of criminal influence possible.
According to Abbott, the label of
'Winter Crime Capital" has been
strongly detrimental to the best
interests cf Miami Beach, and
should be wiped out by a drive
spearheaded by the Council who
should take the leadership in de-
termining to what extent gang-
ster money has bought up legiti-
mate businesses.
Abbott, an attorney who re-
signed his post as president of
the Miami Beach Preidents Coun-
cil to run for office, also had
other criticisms to make of the
present body, such as its failure
to act upon the request of the
Miami Beach Railway Company
for a fare increase "because
they wro afraid to let the voters
know how they stood before the
election "
The candidate, who entered the
Army as a private in World War
II and was discharged as a cap-
tain, is married and has two chil-
dren. He has been in Miami
Beach since boomtimes and was
one of the founders of the Miami
Beach Bar Association, of which
he became president. He is also
active in many civic, communal
and Jewish affairs.
Ballet To Be Given
Bernard Ostfeld, who will be
one of the guest choreographers
next season with the newly or-
ganized Ballet Guild of Greater
Miami, is planning for an Octo-
ber or November presentation of
several ballets, including Falla's
"El Amor Brujo" and "La Bou-
tique Fantasque" by Rossini-
Respighi.
He would like to audition
dancers at his 740 SW Eighth st.
studio this spring, in order to
get summer rehearsals under
way.
jjts buy about 50 different
[insurance from us. There
1 or ten different ways in
[each of these can be
On most of them there
ast three or four different
endorsements addi-
, changes that can be
' lo the contracts.
>rst of it is that these
hundred variables keep
all the time. Almost
lorning our mail is loaded
Killi changes in forms,
i m rales, changes in the
jcies can be prepared.
track of these com-
and making sure that
pits, get, from the vast
[of policies available, the
lurancc at the least cost
|8 what our clients pay
.Rlad to study your
without charge or obli-
|ond make sure for you
J>e latest changes are !
I against your own insur- '
krani to your advantage.
fephone 82-2611
i Insurance Agency, inc.
toor, Seybold Bldg.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot
building which will include the
installation of new seats, paint-
ing of the interior, new lighting
fixtures and the installation of
an elevator.
5. Invitations extended to min-
isters, teachers, S'inday school
I and public school children to be
the guests of Dr. Narot at the
Temple at which time seminars
I were held to acquaint them with
the customs and ceremonies of
the Jewisn faith,
Green Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jacob
Green, formerly of 3506 S. W. 1st
Avenue, will take place Sunday,
June 3, at 2 p. m. at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro officiating. Mr. Green is sur-
vived by two sons, Isidor ar.d
Nathan; two daughters, Mrs.
George Vinnick ana Mrs. Harry
Goldman; also eight grandchil-
dren. Mr. Green was a member
of Beth Jacob Congregation and
also of Workman's Circle, Branch
892. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to be present.
Shaloma Group Installs
The last meeting of the sea-
son for the Shaloma group of
Hadassah was held recently at
the Hibiscus Lodge, Miami Beach.
A dessert 'uncheon preceded the
meeting.
Mrs. Bernard Goldberg, outgo-
ing president, spoke of the ac-
complishments made by the
group during the past year. She
then presented Mrs. Murray
Grossman, regional president of
(Hadassah, who installed the new
I slate of officers. In a candlelight
j ceremony Mrs. Grossman in-
stalled ihe following officers:
Mesdames Jack Bernard, presi-
dent; Nat Waldman, vice presi-
dent; Maurice Kovnnt, vice presi-
dent; Herman Popkin, vice presi-
dent; Florence Berkowitz, treas-
urer; Rose Feibush, recording
secretary: Sydney Schrager, cor-
responding secretary; and Miss
l Elsie Schwabc, financial secre-
Itary.___________________________
Retired Elderly Gentleman with
very nice home, desires the ac-
quaintance of elderly lady
Austrian. Hungarian or Polish.
Must keep kosher house. Call
between 9 a. m. and 12 noon.
Phone 9-7959.
Listen to
WFEC
Every Friday at 10:15 A.M.
Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M.
NURSE
Offers Room and Board
For Convalescent.
Man or Woman on the Beach
Reasonable.
Call 5-9746 or 5-9986.
Sutcliffe Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late George
Sutcliffe, formerly of 5839 N. Bay
Road, will take place Sunday,
June 3, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish officiating. Mr. Sutcliffe is
survived by his wife, Sylvia; a
son, David; and three brothers,
Louis, William and Frank: also
his father, Norman Sutcliffe. Mr.
Sutcliffe was a member of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Arrangements
an in charge of Palmers' Miami
Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to be
present.
iami 32. Florida
-Connecticut Companies
JufyCkutno&tfo
1055 W. FLAGLER ST.
PH. 9-6441
2300 N.W. 7th AVE.-
PH. 2-8408
rk..i.in fCol 1 Joseph Koch, commandant of the Chaplains
Chaplain (Ooi.; ^" jWB's Division of Re-
School. For, S ocu^ N.^ in an ?~ Jewish community
ligious Activities, paid >' ^g into jhe chaplaincy
for "the tagh tyw and Aaracter men m ^
BfflS2tt*WS ^ision ol ReHgi0US Activities-
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Affiliated Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ADVISES THE PUBLIC
1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruih m 1 D 3 is displayed:
2. And to buy only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H.
H 1 D J as this is the only identification which proves
that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet.
For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our
Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 5-3595
Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Soolin. Secy. S. LobeL Treas.


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Camp Scholarship
Won By Miamians
have ,
o voung Miamians
ted to v thi
rn Zionist You'll Commis-
i regional scholarships to
ip Hatzofeh, S. A. Goodman,
11 of the Create] Miami
Zi >nis1 Youth Commission, an-
nounced The Senior Judeans
ch Ben to receive the scholarships
are Louise Morgen of Chaim
Wi itzman Chapter and Elizabeth
Simkowitz of Beersheba Chapter
of Senior Judeas.
The purpose of the camp, lo-
cated at Wappinger Falls. N. Y.,
according to S. A. Goodman, is
"a practical expression of tin-
ideals of pioneering, a fulfillment
of this idea by transit ring words
like Zionism. Judaism and Chal-
utziut into human experic
"Camp Hatzofeh is a creative
Jewish community, motivate,! by
t:v spirit of the Jewish pioneerj
in Eretz Israel, it stresses co iper-
: tive, democratic living, it de-
velops self-reliance and instills
a love ''i our comm >n Jew
age."
Mrs. J. R. Wein Named
North Shore President
Mrs. Jack R. W< i ently
\
: th Wom-
en Others in-
Mrs.
F lerick Prop-
l 1 C Mrs
'H mel,
W*^ Mrs.
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V.
secret iry;
A
M Sanford Levi
.
..-ili's Center
To < rail no If 11
The Coral c;
ter at 320 Palermo Avenue, will
hold its i rst Confirmation I
, si an I Shavuos S<
Sunday, June 10th
A class "f eleven boys and uirls
will graduate from r^ R< ligi 'us
S l and enter the 11:
tment leading t i Teachers'
Training Class.
Rabbi Moms A. Skop. Cantor
Joseph W. Malek, Stephen Kess-
ler. Organist and Choir will con-
duct the religious ceremonies
marking the Confirmation and
i Birthday of the Ten Command-
ments.
The following students will re-
ceive their religious school di-
plomas from the Principal Mrs.
Ralph Bargteil, and Confirma-
tion Bibles to be presented by
Herbert Gelernter. outgoing
President of the Center:
Lois Elaine Feldstein, 124 Za-
mora Avenue; Ronald Ferdie, 619
Santander; Leslie Ann Gelern-
ter, 1420 Sopera Avenue; Bette
Goldstein. 23 Alhambra Plaza;
Carol Antonia Klein. 1243 Mari-
ana; Melvin Richard Koven, 617
no; Henry Kurtz. 3570 9th
i Bi rtha Faye Lieberman,
930 S. W. 73rd Court; D.
1601 Coral Gate Drive;
Est H 140
Elaine Strunin, 9039 Sunset
Followii par-
1951 will ten-
theii
en.
->
Many of Greater Miami's Jewish leaders were present at the Nautilus Hotel for a codrtja
honoring Robert Nathan, economist, speaking on behalf of the S500.000.000 Israel bond driw
Gables Center Picnic
The
th,. C I G les Jewish Center
- .: June 3,
1. t No. 2. Pit No.
2
!1
a. m. N it Win ikui i id N
Men's Club will
S
will fun \
" I
"- .... bi u.....
ill I
Courshon Presents
Improvement Plan
[n
;
...
. the citv. ]
south 1
n suggested

.' Pitr in addition
to swimmii irking
. ties Hi
thi r. i ne es-
Iditi inal public bea< hes,
ve judiciary, bus s .: \\
vised i ity I and a
litic d. business a iminis-
n for Miami Beach.
C irshon lashed out .d past Plans for intensive improve-
city councils for wasting the tax- ments in the Temple Israel -nuc-
.11 i sad a Mali's
Dinner l)am*e
The annual dinner dance and
installation of Masada M. B.
Zi nist I;-1: i t will take
,,t the Miami Beach Ath-
letic Club, 682 :
Drive. Saturday evening, June 2.
at 7:30 p. m.
iki R ibbi
[rvii in. of tn Mi imi
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: D David G
'.:::. v > i A:\ :n-'
irer; David
Shir-
'. ey S
:. Colcf, Bai bara S iti i
; tsponding
seci t n;>s.
Harri >1 Smuckler and Sidney
Y< spe are in charge ol arrange-
ments.
Improvements Planned
: :
I v. irsi citing instanc-
es, such as thi I ol the muni-
cipal auditorium, the purchat i :
lourse, the
tardiness in using the fun
parking lots 1 I it mil-
iuan-
r past ad is of
the city.
tin,, an under w iy, At, ^\^ these
are installation of new teats,
paintins of the intPiior, new
fixtl'rcs, inst dlat: in i I
a:i elevator and the bmldi:.
a Sunday School to accommo late
the pupils from approximately
seven hundred families compris-
ing the congregational member-
ship.
"BEN-GURION DAY" AT NEW YORK'S CITY HALL
IS CLIMAX OF OFFICIAL "ISRAEL BOND WEEK"
Wednesday. May 9. was "Ben-Curion Day" in New York. Bv an official
Mayor Impeilitteri. the metropolis set this day aside for Israels Prime Minister n whoso honor -!
overflow crowd gathered in City Hall Park when the distinguished visitor was presented "oth.
Mayor. The entire week was designated as "Israel Bond Week" by Mr. Imoellitt^ri \Lk!f. i lw
'men and women of this city lo support Israel's economic development progrTm 3 th*
Temple Israel Feta]
High School Grads
The Baccalaureate Sa
the Temple Israel o(
Alumni who are graduates
Greater Miami Senw:
I Schools, will be hud thise
'ninj; at the Temple at)
The students participaiji
; clud my Bb,|
' ron i Marv L:u
' Paul in. '.',. .-0;:
aid II
Diane S
Senior 1
I. '..hcile
I
Vh I
IV: '
: H....
Tin 5 '....."j
: guet Tl
Olin C Webb. Principal
a Senior Hitfi
who ivil) address th? 0
Mrs. Samuel Sapiro was in- tif.n. Dr. Joseph R
stalled as president of Herxl: speak on "Hie Ch.
Group of Hadassah at the unit's Honi
last meeting of the season. May ligion.
14. at Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs.
Aaron Courshon served as install-
ing officer.
Arilmoie Studio
A reception in her r
graduates will folio* t
ices,
Re-&ect
MARCIE
LIBERMAN
Your Councilman
JOIN MIAMI BEACH'S LEADING CITIZENS
IN RE-ELECTING MARCIE LIBERMAN
Toniqhtl iA si en To ...
JUDGE JOSI I'll BBBMAH
WKAT at 7:15 P. M.
MltPAItlt BHO.%
WIOD at 8:25 P. M.
rilAltlJS CLEMENTS
WGBS at 10:00 P. M.
Tell Why Marcie Should Be Re-elect**
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You Always Can Depend Upon Ware


>AY, JUNE 1. 1951
Our UN Newsletter
By DAVID NUSSBAUM
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic A ency, Inc.)
Chicago Writer
Under Attack
For'Propaganda
PAGE 15 A
,. v name is rising slowly in
, of the newspapers. Ii
I i ien. William E. Riley of
Marines who is the
I Nations' top representa-
.uhled and uneasy Pal-
e- -an area described by
Khan of Israel as living in
Hi, ,,f "peacelessness." Maj.-
Riley's long-range assign-
is to remove the last two
ties from this word.
kail, fair, pleasant-mannered
lemana far cry from the
'; saw '' Then s
complaint was unjustifii d
it The issue replied .
ill-at-ease Riley, was not the
graim led itself.
Syria entei
MAC over the displacement "of!
Arabs from their land,
". routine" MAC problem to han-
dle. Riley went on to admit that
the Arabs concerned lived on a
total of seven acres; he didn't
know how many were involved.
CHICAGO
fluential C
under attack this
CAJP A
i lenl of ti/e in-
I
peddling "A .

Eban pressed him on the le-
h hombre one associates with gahty of the Palestine Develop-
ment Corporation's concession in
the zone. Riley dogged]v, if un-
comfortably, clung to his thesis
that such rights were "held in
abeyance" by the armistice
agreements.
Eban: "Will Gen. Riley please
point out the paragraphs in the
this
ssive leathernecksthe
Cal is nevertheless pure un-
Jed brass. He has made his
fcr in the military and knows
other profession or pursuit.
it happens, currently,
Jet of the general has its own
fal importance. To the Is-
it demonstrates very satis-
jiilv the soundness of their
tlon that the armistice
gments are military treaties,
pore and no less. They are,
I i t, large unmistakable
complaint to the "-Aaid Bill t i Israi I
oi Bl sting Daily News C
' report from the Near East
as vicious and untruthful," Dr
Georgi F v. a columnist tor the
h Sentinel, local English-
Jewish weekly, wrote "one won-
ders wnel .'. i c has another
master besides the Daily News!
The stuff that he writes sounds
very much like Arab propaganda
and I have no doubt that this
particular article is timed to syn-
chronize with the Grant-in-Aid
for Israel in Congri
Weller cabled a dispatch ac-
cusing the Israelis of "open con-
WISHING CANDIDATE Mortis .Moel Berick success in his
campaign for Miami Beach City Council aze left to righl. Mrs.
David Phillips. Mrs. J. G. Spitz, "Moe." Mrs. Rhoda Manischewifz
ar.d Gertrude Bowler, former Democratic National Committee
woman. This picture was taken at a brunch given for Berick this
week at the Sorrento Hotel.
armistice agreement referring to nivance in aiding Communism to
this?'
Riley: "It may not be written
in the agreement ." And once
again he fell back on a memo-
"SWrS. SE3KEE K&fifSR.;"ph*&**
, ,nd reading "Of! limits to fig* *J?7l??
^f,^*^^^^"^^ interpretation of the
significance,
Israel UN Representative
re the Security Coun-
\ would their caretaker
. n c-irefullv chosen from I,ng wa? interpreting himselflr
at&ssvs: Bssaa issssx s
to overlook that what he was do-
ing was interpreting himselfin-
is
m
to the conclusion that the agree-
ii nt held in abeyance the actual
sovereignty of the governments
in the zone.
The contradictions and legal
maze the military chieftain
led himself into by usurping a le-
gal and political role were mani-
fest and painful. As a result of
.his testimony the Council had
ii d area around Lake Hu- piedged conscientiously around a
n the dispute bn.ke;luti(i!H|iUtii ^.^ ^ ^ mm.
right back where it had I
with no significant point cleared
up. beyond the fact that the
draining of the Huleh marshes
was not only a genuine and nec-
essary project but a progressive
and highly commendable one.
Gen. Riley is catapaulting
seif into the news these days
ie has tried or for size
11 : civilian administrator
tica] arbiter in the in-
(ingly violent dispute be-
i ria and Israel over Is-
nomic dovelopmeni of its
I railing within the de-
It
v
. on the task of refuting
laim to the right of nor-
Jcivilian development of a de-
It ed area.
pat decision promptly compli-
tiie whole issue and badly
plicated the life of Riley.
short space of time he
lid himself sitting in the hot
of the Security Council at
i Success, surrounded by
K< s and jury and a "prosecu-
no one would willingly face
>ba Eban. Peppered with
Btiiins from all sides, the suc-
Bul brass-hat Riley was
Bged deeper and deeper into
complexities of property
Its. economics and law. As
per succeeded answer, the
iral's self-assurance slowly
M, and he even began an-
I' out of turn, bringing a
pke from Warren Austin.
pio was responsible for law
in the demilitarized
Syria and local Arabs in
lb villages and on Arab lar.d-
II Israel in the settlements
on Jewish landholdings.
Arrr itif n,,;...*; ''her. Mrs. Estelle Mo.sco\ it?.
capture the minds of the hun-
dreds of thousands of Arabs who
emigrated from Palestine and
are now living on UN relief in
caves, camps, and packed hos-
tels."
"The Israelis," charged Weller,
"wink at" efforts of the tiny
Communist Party in Israel to
operate openly in building a Red
ring in the Arab countries sur-
rounding the Jewish state.
Commented Doctor Fox: "What
kind of asses does he think the
government of Israel is? Doesn't
he know that the officials of Is-
rael arc aware of the fact that il
900.000 Arabs go Communist, the
very existence of the Israeli state
as a democracy is threatened?"
Rabbi Zelkowitz Attends
N. Y. Rabbinical Meet
Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz, spir-
itual leader of the Downtown
Synagogue, will leave for New
York City on Sunday, where he
will attend a week-long seminar
and convention of the Rabbini-
cal Conference of America." of
which he is a member of the
executive board. During the
course of the meet. Rabbi Zelko-
witz will deliver a report on his
views of religion in the south.
While in New York, the rabbi
is also scheduled to attend a tes-
timonial dinner'at the Hotel Com-
modore in honor of Rabbi Nathan
K. Shapiro, dean of the Yaune
Theological Seminary, for his
twentyfive y< rvice with
the seminary. Rabbi Zelkev.it/.
ng the honored guest
speaki: at th affair which will
take place on June 20.
'I Armistice
U-M Students Receive
Hillel Keys, Awards
The annual installation and
award dinner was held recently
at the Hillel House in honor of
outgoing anel incoming officers
and awards recipients for the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at
the University of Miami.
Hilll keys were awarded to
Bernard Jaffe, Ted Kobre. Enid
Minsk, and Bob Newman. Others
were presented to Frances Bloom.
Barbara Giller, and Sally Getten-
berg.
The dinner was prepared by
the B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables as one of their annual
j Hillel projects. Mrs. Gert Cov-
! ner was in charge of the prepar-
ations and was assisted by Mrs.
Tes-
Mrs,
Louis*
Jerry Schwartz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Schwartz. 1035 14th St.,
Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitz-
vah June 23 at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate.
...iy compl.
the local Arabs in regard to
[Huleh drainage work? Riley
had been none, sug-
were the girls of the Hillel Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Young Women.
The following officers wen in-
JaeoltKon .\aiia-l
To Kxwulivp Ink
Of JC Workers
Gus Jacobson was elected to
the executive committee of the
National Association of Jewish
Center Workers at the annual
convention held recently in New
York. Emanuel Berlatsky. direct-
ing to observers that Syria stilled to lead tnc Hijiei Muejen. Y F"t have artificially stirred up Council during 1901-52: red 1W- t()r of JWB-S Bureau of Person-
frouble. bre. president; Ricky Blum, vice Ij and Traininfi, was reei, ,;.,!
M'V had previously ruled that president; Anita habin, record- ,pw _r.sifIf,nt
previously ruled that
Huleh project should be
IP 'i until agreement had been
I on it with Syria; was
P anything illegal about the
I The Israelis had a per-
to carry on the work
president
ing secretary: Sandy Rosner, cor-
responding secretary: aid Bob
Dworetzky, treasurer. The new
officers were inducted hy Dr.
Donald D. Michelson, Hillel di-
rector.
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Approximately 500 center
workers from all parts of the
U. S. attended the conference and
pledged full support to JWB's
armed services program and to
USO, voting to assist in the ful-
fillment of their responsibilities
to men and women in the armed
The delegates also voted full
cooperation with the world fed-
erations of YMHA's in extend-
ing the center movement I
throughout the d e m o cratic
ing supporl of all na- .
tional, local and internal
i fund-raisinj i, in-
eluding UJA and the Israeli bond '
drive. The White Hous I
"Children Pledge" was
endorsed by the organiza-
tion. _________^_
Maurice 'Doc' Klein
Makes Last Appeal
In the final appeal to the voters
of Miami Beach to re-elect him
to council, Maurice "Doc" Klein
today pointed out that it is his
desire to continue the work he
has done to beautify and make
safe the city through the installa-
tion of more beautiful street
lightsnot. only because they add
to the beauty and dignity of the
Beach but because they prove a
safeguard to the citizens of his
community.
It was through his endeavors
that the bond issue for lights fi-
nally was passed by the freehold-
er? and it was through his busi-
ncs sagacity that more than a
thousand more light stands were
secured for the same amount of
money, Klein said.
"But more are needed in vari-
ous sections of the city and I
want to see that the citizens net
them, through returning me to
office to finish the job."
"Doc" also pointed out that it
was mainly through his work that
storm sewers were installed and
that if the bond issue is passed
the need for a business man in
office to see that the improve-
ments are correctly made is vital.
Yehuda llalovi
To llo Disrussotl
Yehuda Halevi, notqd Jewish
writer, will be Selma Rubin's
topic for Miami Beach Masada's
Orieg Shabbat services this Fri-
day night, June 1, at 8.45 p. :n.
at the Indian Queen Hotel, 3,27
Indian Creek Drive.
Outdoor folk dancing, singing
and refreshments are also on the
agenda. Part of a year-round pro-
gram of Jewish education, the
weekly Orieg Shabbat is held in
the homes of members and
friends, attendance being limit-
id to the membership and |
pective members.
Plan.; are being formulated I I
a swim (i .nee to take plai
tl i Rifc Plaza Hotel, Sunday
June 10. This will in ti
the first in a series of fund-
ing affair.- in support of
and national Zionist activ
under tile newly elected ad '..-.-
istration.
Lear School lias
(raduation Kites
The graduating class of The
Lear School held commencement
exercises on Friday, May 25, in
the auditorium of the school.
Parents and friends saw the high
school graduates march down the
aisle in white caps and gowns,
and the elementary school grad-
uates attired in white dresses.
The graduates presented an in-
formal recitation entitled, "So
Well Expressed," based on the
poetry and prose remembered
from their studies, and the les-
sons to be learned from familiar
quotations. Judge Kenneth Oka
was guest speaker.
The graduates are Lenore
Shane, who will attend the Uni-
versity of Miami; Sondra Offen-
bcrg. University of Miami: Jackie
Lear, University of Florida; and
Philip Stander, University of
Miami. The eighth grade gradu-
ates are Sondra Rotii, Florence
Cohen, Valerie Solomon, and
Helen Mebel.
Philip Stander received a gold
medal for School Spirit, and
Helen Mebel one for Scholarship.
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II *w II ini ,p II** I State FEPC Roundup;
|uB\WJISIP-ltl|iDIPldlJigUn 10 States Reject FEPC Bills During '51
_-------------^^----------------------------------------------------- Th<> niKsann nf a limilnH 1PF.PP l_ .... .....
FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1951
Musical Program Scheduled
[A's 'Night Of Music' June 7 '
togram for the 'Tight of Music" being prestntid by the
f Association on Thursday, June 7, at Flumirgo Park
(1 mi Miami Beach, will insure a sold-out house, it was an-
|v Joe Mooney, chairman of the program committee,
inding feature of the program will te the singing of the
Ballad for ^^ Folk ^^ ^^
by Ben Yomen with piano ac-
companiment by Margaret Ben
Yomen. They will present selec-
consultant of the tio from their rich repertoire
\ ters Association, with of Yiddish songs and Negro spir-
ituals.
Tickets may be secured by
phoning 5-5319, 3-5489, 4-5489, or
82-6556. General admission will
be $1.00.
by the newly organ
1 groups of Flagler-
and Hialeah-Miami
iwish Community Cen-
Icte I by Robert Strass-
nuel Kelemc-r of Tem-
Jholom singing the bari-
Jpart.
Strassburg will also
Ihr newly JCA-organ-
estra of the Beach
| \ in "Eine Kleine
fci" of Mozart, and
Egmont Overture."
Bo conduct the recently
choral group of the
teociation in a group of
|gs and liturgical melo-
Roth, soprano, will
(roving "Din Torah Mit
well as selected num-
Gershwin's "Porgy and
ami Jewish Community
|k dance group wil. pre'
(costume an American
Lee, and the well-known
Russian folk dance.
ng out this entertain-
bi- the 60-voice Jewish
Coral Gables JWV Unit
Will Seat New Leaders
Coral Gables Post 243, JWV,
will hold its second annual in-
stallation of officers Friday night
at Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Newly-elected officers are
Buddy Logue, commander; Mur-
ray Solomon, senior vice com-
mander; Sam Steen, junior vice
commander; Ernie Harris quar- B,nai B.nlh J-od m th South
termaster; Mel Morris, judge ad-| ,,._, __, ,, |
I positiim
states.
in the same Eastern
B'nai B'rith Urges
Manpower Listing
A call has been issued to all
----------- I I S3gC f ,3 "m',ted, FEP^ Democrats leading the fight for
SEC. B ,U ng buy a,i'n1le StatC l0med FEPC in most western states and
- i" V C, / thG lo"CSOT a,CC7' middle western states and with
pshment for enactment of anti- RbH f,,mishiag the op-
bus laws as State Legislatures j DJM,m in
prepared to ring down the cur-
tain on 1951 sessions in many
parts of the country
Ten states rejected or blocked '
the enactment of FEPC legisla- '
tion while Colorado became the
111th state to adopt rulings bar-
ring employment bias. Strong
battles continued this week in
Ohio and Pennsylvania for the
enactment of legislation aimed at
(outlawing bias practices but with
these exceptions liberal forces
'met failure in all efforts to se-
,cure effective state rulings.
Latest to reject FEPC legisla-
tion was California which this
week blocked in committee two
measures aimed at combatting
employment bias.
Elsewhere here is the picture:
Indiana refused to put teeth
into its existing statute while
.Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Ne-
braska, Utah and West Virginia
legislators refused to enact pro-
prosed FEPC bills. There is an
outside chance of action in Iowa,
and Wisconsin. An effort to
weaken the Massachusetts Act
failed.
Various degrees of failure or
success attended civil rights pro-
posals of other kinds. Missouri
legislators boat down a proposal
YOU
CAN
BUY
........
ISRAEl
a .
to end all school segregation but
did pass an act permitting par-
^SSn^SB^ffl^ i ^orida area by Col. Michael M. ticu.ar counties to do so by pop-
vocate; Leonard Kotn, oni'-er-oi- **""" -- -> ~-......------* ular vote
the-day; Harvey Brant, chaplain; I Isenberg, civil defense chairman | Ngw York extended
and trustees Lennie
h'lia Gamma
Is Officers
Newmark was install-
ii nt of Phi Delta
la unit of the council of
yid Synagogue,
i i'ion event took
luncheon at the Sea
lei with Mrs. Bernard
presiding as installing
ta Snkolow received the
ward and Sylvia
Reva Shapiro and Mrs.
.Miller participated in
Jam.
[ :. elected to serve
|s< Newmark are Leslie
tr pn sident; Mai ilyn
surer; Cuna Cohen,
I).1 i tar} ; Elayne Ber-
i mding secretary;
pledge mistress;
. Segal, historian.
rr.i mbers of the unit in-
i..n, r Blumenthal, Judy
i' Kopelowitz, Nan-
Pat Moore, Barbara
and Beverly Weinstein.
cnapiam; isenoeie, civu aeiense viuiwnau New York extended its fair
Lifshutz, for the B'n;.i B'rith Council, to I educational practices statutes to
Manuel Lubel, and Ernest Rosen- submit defense registiations at! cover private schools and success
oncc | is imminent for a similar meas-
A similar announcement has "^jf^0 CSna' put a strong
gone to all B'nai B'rith Women's anti-Lynch bill on its statute
Chapters by Mrs. William riech- books, providing death where
ler, civil defense chairman for the lynch victim is killed and
- -u lone terms in prison where the
the women's groups, urging all J^^ svi,tim survives mob
members to complete their ap- action. Florida struck at the Ku
plications. | Klux Klan by forbidding mask-
"Registratien for civil defense ing
Party attitudes on civil rights ]
bills varied widely from state to
state, with both Republicans and
crantz.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will de-
dicate a portion of his evening
service to this group. State Com-
mander William Hoffheim and
past State Commander Hy Mor-
ris will officiate. Kenneth Braid-
man, state officer-of-the-day,
will present the new officers.
BONDS
_..-"
m*"
in Dade county is one of the most
important facets of our B'nai
B'.-ith Americanism program.
Isenberg stated. "As the coun-
try's oldest Jewish service or-
ganization, it is oar stern duty
to demontrate complete coopera-
te n with the Dade county Civil
1). fense Council by extending
to them a manpowei list com-
prised of men and women in
B'n;ii B'rith," he added.
Medical Exam Set
Medical examinations will be
held for registrants of Camp
Coral on Sunday, June 3 from
1012 a.m. at the Hillel House,
Coral Gables.
Dr Donald D. Michelson, camp
that
...........^mtmwwM
muriiy Conior are shown here !'' ,,Jl1 ,..,, tary service the camp personnel and be brief-
,ctruction from Leu tl. n in f_ cd on tn program.
Abe Rochsteia W b wcw<>Jvltt injne ta ^^^ interested ln rMirtw-
i n are asked to
nip at 43-2431 be-
TODAY
VA% Coupon Bonds from $500 to $100,000
Savings Bonds from $50 lo $10,000
Maturity Value 150% of !ue Amount
Of
AMERICAN %*?,;*- CORP. FOR ISRAEl
State of hratl Bonds
Greater Miami Committee
for
Bonds of Israel
Government
1703 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
Proiptcruif and ii/bicripfn Wonli mar t obtained1
a' fh above oddrttt.
YOiFlEUTIVES 1H ISRAEL Kttu ruu
UUI1 n""j. "" ftAMT ipt THEM DOWN!
AND CLOTHING-DON
iEND SELF-PACKFD FOOD PARCELS!
* VCA3 fU<
k IT'S **UW* sT^
Shipping Charges
incl. duties
;^:?

ONLY
oo^per
pound
This price in-
cludes all taxes
and duties.
Your Relative
pays nothing
in Israel.
No Extras
**
FOR FAMILY
PARCELS CAN WEIGH
UP TO 70 LBS.
3D NET WEIGHT. .55 LBS.
.HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND.
wmmSm
2 'ITnIlTpERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF!
FOR FAST DELIVERY
BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES
FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS
Family Kosher Food Parcels
PARCEL 17-19 lb.............$11-75
1 can Sardines
4 oz. Tea
3 ban Herihey
Chocolate
2 pkg. Noodle Soup
2 lb. S.gar
Powder (18 eggi)
A lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Butter
1 lb. Oil
PARCEL 19 35 lb.............$18-75
PARCEL 16 25 tt.............$12>75
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Oil
2 cans Salmon
2 can Sardine*
10 Lollypops
A oz. Tea
16 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle
Soup Mfx
"i lb. Egg Powder
BRAND NEW
Philco Refrigerator
$240.00 Plus duties
Hso 1951 WESTINGHOUSE
REFRIGERATORS
NOW No import license
necessary. No rod tape.
NEW YORK OFFICE:
145 SECOND AVE.. N. Y. lUf. Y
Seven (7) other high class food
from two to four days, contain-
Ing up to 7 lbs. of Meat.
Inquire at h*
FARR TOURS OFFICE.
Farr Tours
Roney Plaza
2315 Collins Avenue
Tel. 5-5S27 6.S32S
Uptown Office
8838 Collint Avenue
"Tel S8-1472
6 lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb. Margarine
2 lb. Veg. Fat
2 lb. Rice
2 lb. Split Peas
2 lb. Sugar
1 lb. Prunes
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE:
377 BLAKE AVE., B'KLYN 12. N. Y.
New ... all five 1951 Westing,
house Refrigerators are now
available without import license,
no red tape.
Inquire at the
FARR TOURS OFFICE.
3 lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb. Oil
2 lb. Sugar
2 lb. Lima Beans
2 lb. Barley
'/i lb. Egg Powder (18 eggs)
PARCEL 18 -15 lb.............$12.50
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Dried Fruit
1 can Salmon
3 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle Soup
6 lb. Meat
3 lb. Butter
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cheese
Send your check or money order or
come in person ior your certificate.
CIGARETTES and SOAP
200 Cigarettes incl. duties *Q Qc
and delivery------------------*' *
6 bars fancy face Co OO
soap *"*'
200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face
soa.i. Inclusive duties and de-
liveries by Air- tl 4 95
Express ---------------------.


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+Jen 1st ncrkfiar
Hanna Senesch Group
To Seat New Leaders
lli,. Hanna Senesch group of
Hadassah will hold its intalh-
tion luncheon on June 4 at the
Shelborne H >tel, Miami Beach,
Offici 9 i be installed
Mesdames Abraham G
I i sident; Moi i i. Alperl
ary president; Felix Halzl
vice president; Hairy Magid, vice
esident; Ralph Spero, \ i
president; and Max Weil :. \ ..
sidi nt.
\' Mi sdames Hi rn n P
:i f :* i r 11.; recretai y, Ni
stordam, i irresp nding se re-
M \ May, ssisl nl c i -
"ding secretarj; Charles B
II, financial y; Al .
Robinson, si cial seen tary; Mau-
Beach T Will Seat
Members, Leaders
At Annual Meeting
YV \- WHA Mi n
Bi ..> ". v\ill ii Is now offi-
'ireel
ing ai
i
Leo Hub .n i- th
lent; Vi lenl
th Ok \
E Ossip, Mrs Milt .n Sirkii
Car] SiKskin.i: R< s,
tary: Arthur DeGutz
tary: Dr M. B
Cirlin; I'm in 'ial Si
Ab ham Cohen
,"".,rk I11.1;:
Feuer, auditor; and Be:
K >hl, chapter n ; tive.
Mrs. Max Weitz i- pvogram
man and Mis. [rwin Wem-
stm will be installing officer.
Interview For Shapiro
l. "Id Shapiro, narrator on
the radio program. "Builders ol
'" ovei station WINZ, will
bo interviewed Sunday. June 3
at 1:15 p.m. by M. Nasatir. direc-
tor of the Yiddish Classical Hour
<>n the subject -A City 'hat
Grew." This will replace his
usual biographical sketches of
Jewish m,n and women who de-
voted then lives to the establish-
ment of a Jewish state
Members of I
tors of the Bi ach "Y
Milton Sirkin. h norj
The May ir; Carl Susskind. Cai 1
Weinkle, Hairy Zukernick; Rab-
bis; Irving L -hrman Leon K -
Moses Mi hel iff.
To bs installed is members I
the Hoard of Direct irs for the
coming year- are: Archie Brick;
|Mrs Geo. M. Cohen; Dr. Stanley
Coltunc. Judse Irving Cypen
jMrs. Joseph Duntov; Victor Ebi : .
Malvin Englander; Ben Oilier.
Mrs Lawrence Goldberg; Dr.
Lewis Julien; Mrs Rebecca Krie-
ger; Jaek Lamport: Mrs. Philip
Lefkowitz: Ehiel Lesowodei Ma>
Meisel; Miss Gertrude Mill, r; Jo-
seph Moonoy. Dr. David Prensky;
Leonard Schiff; Fred Sewall;
Burton Sherman: I. B. Simko-
William Sussman; Mrs.

Mrs. Louis Glasser. national rice president of h -- .
of the Eh Chapter ol the AJC. Piu,?a, ,h. rUftSTrttaiJe,w"h, c,<3". tauta*
David Walterman; Mrs. Carl
wi ;.'...:. Stu irt Wirist 'n: Mi .
Milton Weinkle; Mrs. fi
V m [i rman,
mark the
miere P nee of the
Bl "h "V" Symph mv Orch. I
: .n ol r;
- : ol
the Jewish Centi A
'' : M...'Mi. Th,. .rchestra
M trt
"Night Musi< & nade," and
'"' m mt Overture."
The business meeting which is
the evening :- t be
' "' and com ise .,::A a demon-
lion of the -V program is
illustrated through an ex-
prepared bv staff and
[Pants in the -V p, ,gram
This will show the range and |
sc >pe i i the Agency's activitii -
from th,. Nursery School to the
Golden Age Club.
A Hosti >5 C 'Mi nit'e -.'.ill -eat
people in tlie outdo,,: area whicl
s beinj illy rected for
tiiis program. In addition, t
will he a R'efn bmenl -.\.
tee headed by Mr Ann i Gold-
berg, Presidi ntof t Golden A-,'
Friendship Club.
, Following the installoti in of i
the ffic. Mark M rks and his
tV provide two I mrs
or sooiai dancinu. Tin
public is invited and there is n i
admission chai ge
The A:;, ngi menl C. mmitte.
ror tni: event has been under
' chairmanship of Mr. Jaek
LampoTt.
HEAR YE OLDE SAGE
WQAM, Sunday, 10:30 A.M.
n
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87|
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-Presidenl
Leon Kaplan was re-elected to
the executive committee of the
Jewish Centers Division of the
National Jewish Welfare Board
at its annual meeting Sunday
ua.y,2 at ,he Bbizon Plaza
Hotel. New York City.
SUNR4YPARK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITARIUM
FOB REST. COWVALESCEIta
AND CMKMtlC CUES
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LUNCHEON
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SANDWICHES
SOUR CREAM WITH
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM WITH
VEGETABLES
Air-Conditioned
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26 S. W. South River Drive Phone S-ll'
RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED
Carpet Laying and Repairing
FURNITURE CLEANING
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Now Shipment of Herrings
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I WANT MY MILK
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1, 1951 .-.-.
* Jewish fhridian
PAGE 3 B

Ned ALn
ASK YOU TO CHECK THE RECORD
OF OUR BROTHER
BURNtTT
...AND RE-ELECT HIM TO
CITY COUNCIL ON JUNE 5th
V 1
I..J-
4N BURNETT'S TWO YEARS AS
YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN HE...
2>
an
PROMOTED the establishment of the Miami
Beach Community Center which provides a
varied wholesome recreational program for
both youths and adults.
INTRODUCED the adoption of Fair Trade
Policies to stop fictitious closing-out sales
and fraudulent and misleading advertising.
INITIATED increased ambulance service un-
der city supervision to hasten medical atten-
tion to accident victims.
WORKED vigorously for further tax equali-
zation for the benefit of all property owners.
SUGGESTED and obtained approval for em-
ployment of a psychologist, assigned to the
police department, to solve youth problems
and reduce juvenile delinquency.
PARTICIPATED in wide expansion of public
parks, playgrounds and beaches throughout
the city.
INITIATED a low-rental housing project to re-
place unsightly and antiquated Smith Cot-
tages.
SPEARHEADED erection of a footbridge over
Indian Creek at 29th Street.
HELPED implement $4,000,000 capital im-
provement program with no increase in
taxes. In fact, taxes have been reduced by
11%.
HELPED in the comprehensive program to re-
lieve traffic congestion by street widening
and boundary standardization, installation
of more controls and development of addi-
tional off-street parking areas.
PULL LEVER
FOR INTELLIGENT, EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP
Councilman
BURNETT
Re-Elect .
22 A
22 YEARS ACTIVE CIVIC LEADERSHIP
President, or a Past President of:
, .,, Stale Commander Jewish War Veterans
B nai 0 nth
Miami Zionist District (2 years) American Veterans Committee
Beth Sholem Beth Jacob
CONGREGATIONS
Hebrew Academy
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Judge Advocate United Veterans Council
Legal Adviser Amvet State Commander
Secretary Citizens Committee Displaced
Persons
Chairman Anti-Defamation Committee
Vice-President Hibiscus-Palm Island Home
Owners Association
Tenant Representative Rent Advisory Board
Executive Committee Zionist Emergency
Council
MEMBER
Optimist Club. Executive Committee. ADL. Miami Beach Elks. American Legion.
Board of Governors Federation
. ,-,_____ tinijprf Tewish ADDeal, General Solicitation, Two Years
M""" BMCh ChTMTa^taiXinTn. Comity Cos,, a ****** 1M
(Paid for by N" Roth)
[BURNETT PAULA SUE SAMUEL ROSEBELLE
CARLA STARR


PAGE 4 B
* Jewish tierMk*n
J.I.. ..,,-, | u B M 111 P i itiMiiiiiiifiwiigg
Off the Record
mm
=s
By NATHAN ZIPKIX
asv.'.'.'.r"
--~
BBcngcgg
EYES ON GERMANY .
The British government is viewing with concern the rise of
?h VSI" IS Germanv- Th<> British Cabinet, I learn on good
authority will appoint a three-man commission to examine the
problem of restitution of property to Nazi victims. Many com-
plaints nave teen received and the British government wants
to ensure a )usl ard equitable arrangement before the occupa-
tion status is scuttled. The commission will consist of A. L.
Conorfn'iPO al xdirector in EurP? of the World Jewish
Congress. Professor Norman Bentwich and Judge O'Sullivan.
ine composition of the commission vouchsafes its effectiveness.
NILES IN THE LIMELIGHT .
canJ, tee. Foryeai ilarly all
ves
Hisatl

.
...
etoL uasi h, will
wnei ml royal rec. I
BreitJe,CcourtPi!?.rr h? *?. ***" been akirg Niles and Su-
Phe WWle H,^" Frankfurter as the most powerful coterie in
nl anti SPm?t K, "d K,"Batic ,rin9e' the reactionaries and
Two HcarstTan WeTCauef h'm ^ "Jew in fhe Whit* House."
Chin^nr f^ .Jafk La,! and Lee Mortimer in their book
beino thl 15n',,den\la\l aped ,he P^'erist bluff about Niles
5 : .
; ft
ORCHIDS .
... -,";;,;,.vis sti^l?"" ?r<- n
:
V the originality of
of 1
Pull Lever 5
Vote For
J. J. "Jack"
FARREY
Miami Reach (% eouticii
Your Former Building Inspector For 27 Years
Your Vote and Support Appreciated
Flamingo Unit To Fete
Outstanding Members
Flamingo Lodge, B'n;ii B'rith,
will honor chartei members i ..'
outstanding membership activi-
ties ;it their next meeting
Wednesda) evening, June b ;it
thi Hialeah Jewish Center.
I h.u los i; J.. il in. xt'.-utivc
directoi of the B'nal B'rith Coun-
cil of South Florida, will present
parchment certificates from the
District Grand L dge to P
dent John Strunin, The* d..... Ro-
binson, \'.'illi im Kneapler, I- .-
! >re Komblum, Leo c;, Ivan an I
Dr. Nathan Friedman.
Vetei ins service chairman,
' e Robinson, will
nn the entei tainment sp in
bj the Lodge for the patients in
the T.B. ward at Pratt Veteran's
Hospital on Thursday, May 31,
V.-il Rosenthal, chairman of the
I Unit ci Nations F
in s.mt'i Korea" will announci
the progress of the book colkc-'
1i n>.
JUNE
Ul
Memorials fe|
Je*ish Trade
MONUMENT ft
Open Sunday? 'JjjgjJ
Edward T. Newman was elect-
ed president of the Miami Beach
Jurior Chamber of Commerce at.
a meeting Monday at the Shore-
mede Hotel. William Holloman
was elected vice president. Named
to the board of directors for a
one-year period are Stanley B.
Richard. Victor Eber. Mortimer
Podell. Dr. Stanley J. Collune,
Max B. Kogan. Nelan Sweet. Dr.
Wilbur Wishner and Melvin
Shrago Election of secretary and
treasurer will be held at a later
date. Newman is director of the
Miami Riverside Funeral Home.
Mrs. Nathan Paley Dies
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Dear Sir:
. As a parent in this community
who is vitally interested in Jew-
ish Education, 1 should like to
take this opportunity to publicly
felicitate all the congregations
and the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation who participated in the
historic graduation for all our
respective Hebrew Schools and
the Hebrew High School of
Greater Miami.
It is an event which should not
go unnoticed.
Listening to the graduates
speak the language of their fore-
fathers, and expressing them-
selves so brilliantly, is truly a
credit to all our rabbis and teach-
ers
To my great sorrow, one fac-
tor marred the occasion in my
mind. The thirty or forty chil-
dren present on the platform last
Wednesday evening in the Miami
Women's Club, were properly at-
tired, wearing beautiful, white
skull caps, expressing the relig-
ious significance of this occasion.
The mere fact that these chil-
dren were so attired described
to all present that there is re-
ligious importance in a Hebrew
School graduation, and the skull
caps have relevance from the re-
i ligious point of view It is in-
; deed tragic that young minds can
be brjught to confusion by the
mere observation of the conduct
of their elders
I wonder what the children
thought when they saw rabbis
quote rabbinic statements bare-
headed, and they were seated.
wearing skull caps It would be
, interesting to learn whether they
I were puzzled when they heard a
leading educator in the com-
: munity reciting a psalm with the
j name of God, therein bare-
headed.
I therefore respectfully submit
I this question to those distin-
I guished rabbis and educators who
failed to don the caps they dress
our children with: "Should not
the skull caps have the same re-
i ligious relevance to rabbis and
teachers as to the students?"
I am not one who feels that
the skull cap, or the covered
' head, is the sum total of Juda-
! ism All of us who live in a so-
i ciety such as ours, take the so-
1 called broad-minded point of
view and cut corners here and
' there However. I bring the issue
I up because I feel that it is time
1 for all of us to realize that some
consistency is required in organ-
ized Jewish life
I truly believe that there was
an over-sight on the part of lead-
ers concerned, and hope that on
future occasions, this protest on
my part will serve as a reminder,
so that the words of the "Shina
prayer. "And thou shalt teach
them diligently to thy children
will be meaningful, and not con-
fusing to children.
Very truly yours.
Joel Zalis.
paigns and fund raising is forced
in into 4s old, neglected
spot.
On, ustly question the
consist) ncy of the various Zion-
isl Nationalist and cultural
groups who claim to seek the up-
building of a better future and
the perpetuation of Jewish life.
There are thosi oi us wno for
many years have attended meet-
inns of these organizations, heard
and frequently participated in
heated debates and arguments on
numerous subjects. Seldom, if
ever, was Jewish Education dis-
cussed. It seems to be taken for
granted that Jewish Education
should be the sole concern of a
.few loyal "Mashugoyim'*, who
tor years have been struggling
with very limited support fiom
\ a passive community and are
working against all odds to pro-
!duce maximum results.
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Editor, Jewish Floridian
Dear Sir:
Recentlv. an annual dinner was
held by 'the Bureau of Jewish
Education with Michael A Ma-
vitskv, President of the National
Ass'n of Jewish Education as
guest speaker. Of the numerous
iathenngs held by various
1 groups, this certainly was of a
standard of quality and dignity
! becoming to such an **>&.
, Yet as one looked around at the
attendance, one could not help
!but nwvel al the conspicuous
'absence of the "Big Guns in,tht
Miami Jewish community. Sur-
prisingly enough, even the ieP
resentative of the Greater Mi
Srni Jewish Federation, who sup-
plies the funds for the operation
of the Bureau, did not show up
tor tnc greeting which was a
not of the program.
Personally I have often won-
dli-d whVai subject like Jewish
Education is passively *rea -
ed so seldom discussed and
painfully neglected. Sometimes
one is almost overcome with an
awareness that it is a commodrty
t the Jewish community, manes
wTturmoil Of meetings, cam-
I wonder if these "Meraglim"
will ever be appreciated? As they
I pry into the land of Jewish Edu-
' cation they bring back to you a
sample of its fruits. It looks
'promising. It promises good, in-
telligent leadership for our fu-
ture; its promises clearer under-
standing of Jewish problems and
'Jewish values; it promises the
survival of our worth-while in-
stitutions: and, finally, a common
responsibility toward our people;
all over the world. It is, there-
fore, up to you to choose be-
tween these fruits, and the wil- ',
ness the emptiness and final
obliteration.
There are over five million
Jews m Hie United States with
a tremendous potential for a
Jewish culture and creativeness.
In our own city there are many
'thousands of "Jewish children.
They are our future. They are _
; the Jewish life of tomorrow.
What are we doing with them ,
1 and for them to prepare them i
' for that tomorrow? How much .
Jewish .schooling are they receiv- :
ing and how much will they re- [
t.,inn Should we not teach them '
the beauty and the solace of our
tradition, of our history. Is it not
urgent that we show them the f
positive side of Jewish life, there- [
by avoiding the possibility of
their sliding toward the negative? ,
Generations before us have
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our generation a generation
which has distinguished itself and
which will take a great place in
the pages of history to have
made the grave mistake of let-
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of understanding
And to the shining lights in
our community, to the leaders,
the planners, and the engineers
of our tomorrow, let me say:
1 There is no glory in this, no pub-
licity, no trumpets, but your
time and effort will be well
placed if vou take a good, ser-
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FRIDAY. JUNE 1, 1951
>Jew's!? fhinidfSann
FRIDAY. JUNE 1. 1951
PAGE7B
Full Scale Probe Will Be Conducted
Into N. Y. Medical School Admissions
NEW YORK, (AJP)A full-scale probe delving deep into the
admission of applicants to medical schools throughout the state was
in the offin-g this wt-ek after spokesmen for Cornell University
Medical College denied charges by the American Jewish Congress
that the medical school was among the universities practicing bias
against Jewish and other minor-
ity applicants.
The denial followed release of
findings by the AJC and the New
York State Committee on Equal-
ity in Education of a survey deal-
ing with efforts by minority stu-
dents to receive an education in
the field of medicine.
AJC vice president Shad Polier
charges that the survey proved
that New York State's medical
schools, particularly Cornell, dis-
criminated against Jewish appli-
cants by use of the personal in-
terview. The charges, the groups
declared, were supported by a
survey of the experiences of pre-
medical students, all winners of
state scholarships, who made ap-
plication for admission to medi-
cal schools in the state during
1950.
Polier added tnai Catholic also
experienced more difficulties in
being accepted into state medical
schools than Protestant. Terming
the discriminatory practices a
violation of the Quinn-Oliffe
anti-bias law, Polier said he had
urged the State Department of
Education to probe the situation.
Meanwhile. Cornell officials
denied the existence of any anti-
plicants, claiming that religion
"has absolutely no part in de-
termining whether an applicant
should be accepted or rejected."
A spokesman for the medical
school told the American Jewish
Press that during personal inter-
views applicants were not askec
about their religious any mort
than they were asked for such
information in their written ap-
plicants. He claimed that figure?
compiled by the AJC to support
its charges of anti-Semitic prac-
tices was "misleading."
The AJC had charged that
Jews had to file an average ol
8.1 applications for one accep-
tance; Catholics 6.1; and Protes-
tants 3.7.
Radio Topics Announced
Norman R. Lyons, newscaster
and commentator, whose feature,
"Up-To-the-Minute Jewish News
and Views Around the World," is
heard on Jacob S. Schachter';
Jewish Hour over WMBM at 1:30
p. m., and Sundays at 3 p. m., wil
discuss on Friday's program,
June 1, "Are the F^ir Prac'.icc
Laws Successful?": and will dis-
cuss on Sunday's progrim, June
3, "UN Human Rights Covenant
Semitism in the scieeningof ap-I the 20th Century Magna Carta."
Gershon August, 70;
Was Bakery Owner
Gershon August, 70, of 1375
SW Sixth st., a 26-year-resident
here, died Saturday night in a lo-
cal hospital.
Mr. August came here from
Pawtucket, R. 1. He was a mem-
ber of B'nci B'rith, Workman's
Circle, and Eeth David, Beth El,
and Miami Hebrew School and
Junior congregatfons. In addition
to many other varied philan
thropic orders, he was the owner
of August Bros. Bakery.
Besides his wife, Mrs. Alice
August, he is survived by two
sons, Louis and Harry, of Miami;
three brothers, Michael and Jack,
of Miami and Joseph, of Paw-
tucket. and a sister, Mrs. Abra-
ham Butterman, also of Paw-
tucket.
Services were held Sunday at
the Gordon Funeral Home chapel,
with Rabbis Max Shapiro, Sin,on
April and Murray Grauer jointly
ifficiatin?. Cantors Maurice
Mamches and B. Kelemar as-
sisted. Burial was in Mt. Nebo
.-emetery.
Acting pallbearers were Sam-
jel Hollander. Al Levine, Harold
Kelman. Sonny August, Louis
August and Arthur August.
Rabbi Horowitz Dies
Rabbi Hirsh Horowitz, about
55, died Sunday at his home, 828
Third St.. Miami Beach, a few
hours aftei he had attended serv-
ce at Beth Jacob synagogue.
He had lived here about 12
years and for the past four years
had conducted services at the
Tree ol Life synagogue in the
Tides Hotel.
His father was one of the chief
abbis of Israel, fro mwhere
Rabbi Horowitz came to the Mi-
ami area. He was a member of j
he Miami Beach Rabbinical
Board.
Surviving are two sons and a ,
daughter in New York and a sis-
ter in Israel.
Services were held Monday in
the Miami Beach Riverside Me-
morial Chapel, followed by other
services in Beth Jacob synagogue.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
officiate, assisted by other mem-
bers of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association and canters.
Burial will be in Mount Sinai
Cemetery.
Obituaries
FRBD K. KORMAN
43. of 1605 Lenok Avenu^, passpcl away
May 26. H^ waa ; hart owner of
Nettleton Shoe Companv on Lincoln
Road and came here from Harria-
beric. Pa., about 11 years ago. A vet-
eran of World War II Mr Kormnn
In survived by his wife, Bella: one
Jerry; two nbttra, Mrs Edltti
B'nai B'rith Youth Unit
Will Hold Convention
The B'nai B'rith Council of
South Florida will hold its
monthly meeting on Thursday,
8 p.m., June 7, at the Council
offices, 330 Sevbold Building, an-
nounced President Sam I. Sil-
ver.
Delegates from the nine con-
stituent lodges will report on
their participation in the recent
District Grand Lodge conven-
tion held in Columbia, S.C.
Miami Beach Lodge will report
on their plans for the third an-
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in Flamingo Park.
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'left to right) Samuel Friedland; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Center; Rabbi Joel S. Geffen. Associate Director
}f the Seminary's Department of Field Activities: Maxwell Abbell
and Charles Fruchtman.
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Religious Directory...
bliami Hebrew School and Con- Cantor Louis D Fedi
egation (Orthodox) will hold mornii es will be nM
, ... 8:30 when the rabbi will discuss
"ttalur "- .., America."
The B M '. I auren, son
of Mr. and Mrs. David Purit will
follow. Saturd
will speak on th< week-
and
oi ou fathei Tl is U be fol-
FRIDAY
c;od
" Saturday
Bar Mitz-
%
gregation
es for ..1! '
gi aduatirlg from high
SChOOl : Sunday. Dr,
J cob Kaplan will give t. i
cat I Rabbi Simon April
wil fresh-
ments will be served, and all pai
i ts an i nds an invited. Fri-
s will be 1
, ; 64.) with Satur .
servici | 8:30. The rabbi will
eak or. the portion of the week
I at 5:30 p. m. will hold class
ethics, followed by Mincha al
-; I s Sudos and Maai iv
will follow. Hi brew school is
held daily from 3:30 to 6:30 with
ly services at 7:30 a. m. and
6:45 p. m.
Corel Gables Jewish Center
'Liberal) will combine Jewish
War Veterans installation cere-'
nies with the regular Friday
ing services at 8:15. At that.
;:me. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will
be named honorary chaplain of
243. The Oneg Shabat will
feature interfaith committee of-
ticer Maeren Gello as guest
.-peak. : Saturday service and
study will be held at 9:30
.:. m. Cantor Joseph W. Malek
d Sti phi n Kessler, orj
luct t is I portion
th -.. < s.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
....
- rvii i un ler su
: Ra' ; : Mo :: and
:
by
Re
Mincha and
chool
S
IS held
by the Laws of
ing at 10:45. the
vah of Jan es Roth, son of Mr.
and Mrs Edward Roth, will be
held, Cat 'i S muel Kelemer
will render the musical portions
of all sen i
Beth Tfilah (Orthodox)
hear Joseph E. Rackovsky con-
duct Fridaj i venii g w rvices at
6:30. The Rabbi will preach on
ind Their Reaction"
at his Saturday morning services
will
Mond igh Thursday at 3:30 an(j -Ethics of th( Fathers" al
FA5TRMEF
and on Sundaj fi M noon.
Beth David (Conservative) will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30 and Saturday morning serv-
: 9 w it student services al
10:30. Ral bi Max Shapiro and
Ca tor Maurice Mamches will of-
ficiate. During the Sabbath serv-
ices three boys will be Bar Mitz-
vah. They are: Barry, son ij Mr
and Mrs. lirving Hyman: Ira
of Mr. and Mrs. William Minor:
and Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs.
G> rge Vinnik, Tin annual picnic
of the Beth David Religious
ils will be held all day Sun-
day al Crandon Park. A motor-
cade will leave at 10 a. m. The
P. T. A. and the Men's Club will
be in charge of activities both
athletic and recreational during
the ")'.'' Parents are urged to
t th< Sj nag igui at 9:45 to
the mot >n aae. S< m s and
- vill be awardt
liviti
Israelite Center C nservative)
lailj services at 8 a n
n I 6 ith Fi iday night
at 6 Satu
9 a. m. Rab i A i
speak the we< kly
Talmud class
4 with Mincha al 5 I >1-
bj Shalos Su li H i
. is held daily Monday
igh Thursday with Sunday
: al 10 a. m. Bar Mitzvah I
P iuI, son oi Mr and Mrs. Israel
Kussner. will tak< place on S.it-
Hebrew Academy (Orthodox)
will condu I Fi iday < vening si rv-
.: 6:30 ai Saturday at 9
a. m. under thi direction of Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross. Saturday
at 4:30 there will Im- a story hour
ildren | the communi-
R< fn shmi nts will be served
IK brew dai i < s and songs
Miss Bol : Lauer.
held at 0:30 p. m.
Shalos Sudos following.
are I i Id daily at 7:30
a. m. and 0 45 th Sunday
ing services at 8.
Downtown Synagogue (Ortho-
d \ will have Friday evening
es at 6:30 conducted bv
rid Sat-
urday services at 8-30 a. m. Min-
6:30 p. m. followed j i1
\l____;.. J.
M"mym keep good tupply of
Alka-StlUer on hand baiii you
never know whai time o( day or
night you may need the relief 11
ofltr.. Alka-Seluer is pleasant to
the tastecuy to lake Ask your
druggist lor Alka-Seluer today
Rememoer, when your Ublitj get
down to four
hat', ihr rime io bur
ome rnorm!
I. BIRNBAUM
Associate Director
M. NASATIR
Program Director
WINZ Proudly Presents
YIDDISH
CLASSICAL HOUR
NOW3 TIMES WEEKLY
Friday & Sunday 12 Noon
Tuesday Evening 6 P.M.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Narrator
RABBI ISAAC H. EVER
Commentator
Shalos Sudos and Maariv.
morning service will be
at 8:30. and daily services
are held at U a. m. and 6:45 p. m. :
Temple Belh El of West Palm j
Beach (Conservative) will con-!
duct Friday evening services at j
6:30 and Saturday morning serv-'
it 9. all under the direction
of Rabbi Manuel Greenstein He-
brew school is held Monday
through Thursdav at 3 p. m.
Flagler Granada Religious
Croup : olds services at 7:30 a. m.
Monday through Friday. Satur-
es are held at 9 a. m.
and Sunday morning at 8. He-
school is held Mondays ar.d
N" :-' y 'I'om 4 to 6 p. m.
Young Israel Synagogue of
Bt ..ch invites all members
ther parts of the country
Visiting in Miami Beach to
j'ttend ervices They will be
held Friday evening at 6:30. Sat-
'i:30 p. m.,
and daily at 8 a. m. and 6:30
I'
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Conn.unity Center. Late Friday
, SO p m. Cantor
Be! '' ssbi rg will chant the
"" SI bat will fol-
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter will hold Friday services at
* by Rabbi
reitelbaum. Saturday
services will be held at 9 a. ni
with Sunday school at 10.
Tempie Israel of West Palm
(Reform) will have a con-
Si ration service for three con-
81 B.15. Augmenting services will
be the Temple Israel quartette i
and special festival music. Con- j
fjrmands are Richard Bkrkner.
Gerald Cohen and David Platz
Sabbath services for the summer
will begin Friday evening, j
I 8.
Temple Belh Sholom (Li er.,li
will hold Friday evening
at 8:15 wren Rabbi Leo,. K.
will preach or. "Are You Living I
the aftern ion service. Daily terv-
leld at 7:30 a. m. fol-
lowed by Mishna. Mishna at
6:45 p. m is followed on Mon-
day and Thurs lay by class in Ein
Yakov, and Sunday, Tuesday and
Wednesday by class in Jewish
laws and customs Maariv is
held daily at 7 p. m.
Kneselh Israel (Orthodox) will
hold Friday evening services at 6
and Saturday morning services
at 8:30 conducted by Cantor
Abraham Self. At 4:30 a class in
Talmud will be conducted. Min-
cha at 5:30 will be followed by
Shalos Sudos Zmiras will follow
and Maariv will complete the
services. Daily services at 8 a. m.
followed by a class in Jewish
Laws and cast. Hebrew
is held daily Monday
throu from 3:30 to
6:30 i). m. religious
10 1 noon with
n : thi office daily
Miami Beach Jewish Center
will hoi I late Fri-
I 8 30 p. m.
IVar Vel
ernns irman will
; "In Faith Shi 11 Yc
Build" i ; Lesti S
command., r, Miami !' ach Post
330 and Hvlan I! Kout, national
liais m officer, Ji wish War Vet-
ns, will participate. Saturday
moi nins servici I m. The rab-
bi will pre; n "The We,
Portion of the Law." Bar Mitz-
vah of Frank, son of Mrs. Bitty
Wi iss and Stanley, son of Mr.
and Mrs Louis Bartman. Ca:
Jacob Y. Goldring will chant, as-
| sisted by the center choir, under
' the direction of Ben Yomen. Sat-
urday afternoon bible class 5
j p. m.. followed bj Shalos Sudos.
Junior services 9:30 a m. Satur-
day morning in the assembly hall
I ol the school budding. Daily reli-
gious school Mond.y through
( Thursday from 3:30 p. m. to 6:30 ;
p. m. with Sunday school 10 to
n. High school for Jewish
! studies Sunday 10 a. m. and dai-
lv services in the chapel 8 a. m.
and 6:45 p. m.
Jewish Community Center ol
Hollvwood will hear Rabbi Jacob
Ronig conduct early Fri
evening service., at 6:30 and Sat-
urday morning at 9:30. This will
be followed by the Bar Mifotvah
of David Greitzr., Daily morn- i
ing services are held at 9. Reli- j
gious school closing exen
will be held Sunday at 11 a. m.
whin certificates and awards will
be presented.
North Shore Jewish Center on
Friday evening and Saturday
morning will have ... it cantor
Paul Beck. Rabbi Philip Fried
will speak on the "Need f. r a
Neshamah Yeseirah.*' Saturdav
mor.ung services 9:15 followed by
Bar Mitzvah of Jerry, son ol Mi
and Mrs. Bi-n Ross
Temple of Israel of M'ami (Re-
lorm), Friday evening. June 1
8:lo o'clock. Baccalaureatei
ice honoring those Temple Israel
alumni who are graduating from
th- Create, Miami senior high
f''""' f t("s term. Honored guest
Mr. Olin C. Webb, principal. Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School.
Sri r-\pt!iR- Narot w,n di8cua
The Challenge x Our Hom,.s
U and Religion." Reception
to follow gei vice,
C30RDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
win ,.v. on n,w roof gyp"
"Batiifaetory Work by
EDri.nc.d M*n"
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HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington At*.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebr.w RligloM SuppHM'
For SynaBogne, and Priral.
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
C'-isd i;^c
Telephone 5-9017
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MORTGAGE I oTSi
HENRY EWQlFHa
WHY
Aaron Cour
,s A Candidate
BECAUSE J .2,y cfunS.'8.
!____________________oi the 18ue of public beaches.
BECAUSE cof Cora's w^i
needs oi workers, wage amJ?
mall business men oi our community.
BECAUSE *" ** Council P* one ,
-----------------------___lara above the allotted sum fTJ.1
tonum in direct defianre oi publir mandate.
BECAUSE CUy CUncil has Mflwhi.
tour years to purchase parldnglot,,
oi 15th street, when the money was available.
BECAUSE ** City Counci1'8 indifference to,
lie funds b-, paying interest |j|
yeaxp on thi BECAUSE ,he Ci'Y Councils indifferenceloit
. property in its solution of our Ml
problem.
BECAUSE Aarop Coursnn is a bi
_ nessman capable of handlo]
the city's affairs and will avoid making ll
costly mistakes.
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Aaron Courshor
voir rorwii'MAN
'A Business Man For a Business Job"
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IjUNE 1, 1951
______"JewlstiFhrMian 1
>s Units Set
Installation
Hallation of the officers
-,,]; i.l the Coral Gables
Kiter, Sisterhood and
will take place Tues-
\\2, at the Clover Club.
Gelernter, outgoing
[of the Center will b Ilinu officer and will
[his duties as president
iv.lv elected president,
. Fisher.
ml directors to serve
ler are: A. Edgar
president; Sidney
i surer; Meyer Bas-
Si c:-ct-iry: Lee El-
pi spending secretary;
{ p, financial secre-
rc: oi directors: Charles
t>hn Bigman, Herbert
'f,i Mi aim, Maurice Cor-
3, n Diamond, William
I.-! pli Koven, William
; Perkell. Sam Schu-
n Silver, Jack Silver-
Weidberg and Sam
|ll( rbert GeWntor, past
| i~ an aonorary member
kid.
jod officers to be in-
iri President, Hatti_>
1st vice president.
an; 2nd vice presi-
Hye Goodmanh-Jitcord-
jarvj^haplotte Halpert;
tj secretary, Claire
issistant correspond-
i Dorothy Gelernter;
I rotary, Eleanor Rich-
Surer, Florence Baskin-
Italian, Tina Harris; his-
lelaide Beckman. Board
krs: Jean Kovan, Fern
ilene Silver, Goldic
vi;i Green, Florence
la Pallot, Frances
loda Perkell and Lisa
ub officers to be in-
PAGE 9 B
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June
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IS AND TWO LARGE
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npletely equipped large
(itchen for Weddingi, Bar
Card Partiee and Lodge
Plenty of Parking Space.
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for Information
... R.osevelt Chapter of the Pythian Sisterhood held a Gay
Nineties revue and dance at Dora August Memorial Hall on
Wednesday night. Proceeds from the affair go to the Leo Levy
Memorial Hospital in Hot Springs, Ark. Wearing costumes in
keeping with the general atmosphere of lhe evening are (seated,
left to right) Ruth Chaykin. Rose Friedburg: (standing; Mildred
Cotzin. Constance Beam, Ruth Rudes and Bella Miller.
."
stalled are: President, Henry M.
Cl in; vice president, Herman
Isis; treasurer, Bill Karo; record-
ing secretary, Sam Beckman; cor-
responding secretary, Maurice
Finkelh >r. Board of directors:
Lou Tanner, Alan Bernstein, Sam
Btrger, Lee Elman, Abe Harris,
Ted Goodman, Mike Baskin and
Herbert Braun. Past President
Nat Winokur is an honorary
member of the board.
Arrangements for the installa-
tion are under the supervision of
Helen Gerstenfeld.
The complete facilities of the
Clover Club have been taken
over for th affair and include
dining, dancing and entertain-
ment.
We Have a Number of 1950
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xin Models Can Be Obtained As Low As
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Jmvertibles, Proportionately Higher.
On 10ispiny At
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1740 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-8351
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We Sell Retail and Wholesale
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ZJk*J8tJ&gSMl
Dr. Jacob H Kaplan
Proposals Read, Resolutions Adopted,
At Annual Florida Rabbis Convention
The annual Convention of tin-
Association of Florida Rabbis met
last Monday, at the Hollywo id
Jewish Community Center, at
which time papers were deliver-
ed bv Rabbi Moses Mescht loff of
Beth Jacob, Rabbi Ralph DeKo-
ven of Zamora Cong., Coral Ga-
bles, and Rabbi Moshay Mann <>i
Temple Isaiah, Miami Beach.
The papers covered thi Talmu-
dic attitude on gambling, the
Proselyte, and the philosophy im-
plied in the word "poor.
The convention, under the
chairmanship of Rabbi Jacob J.
rlcnig ol the Hollywood Jewish
Center, together with the other
members of the resolutions com-
mitttee, Rabbi Henry Okilica
Daytora, and Dr. Marius Ranson,
of Ft. Lauderdale, passed the fol-
low ing : i solutions:
"That eff irts be made by all
state Rabbis to notify thi s
Boards of Jewish holidays and
that no school activit.es be plan-
in d dm ing Jewish holiday:
Sabbath. That all Rabbi-, join in
the effort to secure complete re-
ligious freedom for all school
children in tin. state."
"That the Asso iation unani-
mously endorses the proposal of
Senator J. William Fulbright of
Arkansas that Congress desig-
nate a C immission 'of private
citizens <>f outstanding achieve-
ment and character whose integ-
rity is beyond question" to for-
mulate standards of conduct for
i olio officials beyond what can
be i nf in ed i y law. to publiciz
I and then to en-
able both t:i i elect >r ite and the
i i kn iw what is i x-
i" ted il them if t h to
enl pub-
lic
in
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R bbi Hyman Freed
Rabbi Mom, sk p, Rabbi Leon
' mish, Rabbi Loon Jaffee.
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MEMORIALS
3277-79 S.W. 8th Street
Marcie Liber man
Reviews Platform
Marcie Lib- rman, currently
seeking re-election to Miami
: Beach City Council, points to his
spearhi iding of Miami Beech's
outstanding off-street parking
am which ha rved as a
m d< for communities thi
out the country
Liberman, who h.e brought a
busirii p 'i::t of View t I
the i tuncil, through his experi-
ence as vice president of the Mer-
cantile National Bank, has right-
full) earned the title"W I
ity's treasury," nis
As former mayor and council
m.m. Liberman, broke ground for
th, Miami Beach auditoium and
played an essential role in mak-
ing it a reality. He led in the
I pment of Latin-Ami
tourist trade and headed the first
Cubi Day celebration,
Liberman was instrumental in
the construction of Miami
He.uh's new ''Whiteway" street
lightii m, ni h parks anci
ether recent city improvements.
cie, however, realizes
"there is still much to d i and
we must keep everlastingly on
the job."
"He will continue to fight for
additional street improvements,
more recreational facilities and
a postoffice that really belongs
to the city of Miami Beach, not
just a branch postoffice.
WHERE TO VOTE!
In the Miami fteaeh K|^t|
Here are th- Precinct Numbers and VatU. ,
the Juna 5 Miami Beach Election. If Vmi .. "?**
iv e Precinct in which you livePhone th-fV"^^
tration Deft.. 5-6041. ns Cltr H.i
Pre:inct
2!Fire Station at 6860 Indian Creek Dri.
26North Beach Elementary School at 415,%. ,
27Fire Station at Dade Boulevard and Pu?*5*<*H
23Miami Beach
i Auditorium, 1700 Washing ^
Fire Station at 12th Street and wiUffi a'"1*
Association Buildinn =. o-.8." AtW.
31
30Benevolent Association Buildinq at 930 ii." K
31-South Beach Elementary School ai 4th S T ??i
32-Municpal Pier at Ocean Drive and Biscayne St^01
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Y will hold a spla h dance-
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at the Town and Beach Club,
Miami Beat h, Sv imming, dan-
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be fcatun I
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JUNE 1. 1951
laffer Leads
ier Unit Again
ec Jnffer vr reelerted
if the Greater Miami
bf Pioneer Women, the
Labor Zionist Organ-
America, at a meeting
foup last wci'k.
Jffi, ers elected are Mrs.
ildman, financial sec-
lrs. Anna Sorin Bild.
ling secretary: Mrs.
i, recording secre-
|Futh Fiedler, treasut'er;
riot Edwards, local cor-
chaimen are Mes-
ennie Seitlin, Moatzat
Sara Feinstein and
tntzes, Child Rescue
Pookspan and Sophia
ewish National Fund;
Idler, membership: Ruth
ural; Roa*mary Kaplan,
Helen Shapiro, pub-
Iffer was also chosen by
to represent it at the
Pioneer Women conven-
or held in Chicago the
feck-end in September,
her return, she will
, repoit when, an instal-
Sofficcrs of the ^Council
will be held. Also to
iccisij recognition are
jry comrairti*, consist-
presidentT cf the five
RTomcn clut; in the area
II assist Mrs. Jaffer in
and carrying out the
rk.
Pioneer Women Council
ner celebration attend-
>cr 200 people. May 24
nth Haven Hotel, after
onish addressed tht
|ere was a spontaneous
for purchase of bonds
ate of Israel amounting
Ittee Appointments
Ittee appointments for
VOut-The-Vote rally of
hi Beach Junior Chamber
fcerce in connection with
[5 city election, were an-
Saturday by President
Idson.
Hy, to be held Monday
June 4, in the municipal
tm, will feature brief
each of the 27 candi-
al chairman is Malvin
K. Robert Schwartz will
txae of ushers: Saul Ge-
Mel Shrago will direct
hool coordination, and
tiger, and Marshall Lan-
handle publicity.
+Jewisti fhridsar?
IN
N THKlf.f,.,B,Y,,PUBL|CATION
tiStffiM
VIVIAN TOSCANO
Plaintiff, \.
.1-1 IN TOSCANO, !
i'1 Mr. John Ton
90 M Mill, l'|
foT1^, ffl
arc
fur ii \
:n Hi,.

Offlc. ..I the Clerk o
Court, on or bel
J 9,1, Ihi .
'".....ilnl will i,.- tak.
bj I .. i
I. this 2S clav of \i n
I- B LEATHERMAN
Dade County, ['
(I Iroult i lourl .-.
By M. C l EIGE,
MYERS, I,..man
Attorneys for Plain) fl
850 Seybold Bu
Miami ::.'. Florida
8/1-8-15-22
LEGAL NOTICE
l4nJ.T> IN CHANCERY. No.
ilani
To: MARJORIE V
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Kntonah, \. .
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BALDWIN,
BALDWIN,
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LEGAL NOTICE
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County,
THE
TIT
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Ni i
,v im?,T,CE BV PUBLICATION
IN I HE CIRCUIT COURT OP
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL .11:
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR I
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
CHARLES GEORGE HAMES
Plaintiff, vs.
ELLA HAMES, Defendant.
TO; ELLA HAMES, Apt. 28
1571 Lexington Ave.
New York, n v
YOU aiv require,1 in serve a (.,,i,v
of your answer to the iiin .,r com-
plain) for divorce on plaintiff's attor-
ney. an.i to fib- tin- original answer
in iii.- >rt!..,. or lb.- c'l.-rk .if the Cir-
cuit Courl on or i,,.f,,i-,. 11,. :".i .lav of
June, 1951. otherwise, ih,> bill .,f com-
plaint for divorce heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed i>v
you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, ibis "9
day of May, i
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit <'ourt.
(Circull Court Seal)
By WM W STOCKING, I"'
MICHAEL M. IriEXBERG
Atty, for Plaintiff
Mo? Biscayne Bldg,
Miami, Florida.
6/1-8-15-22
Club To Meet
'a Club of Tifereth Is-
le Center will meet
i Wednesday, May 30,
W. Seventh Ave. Rab-
tl Greenstein of West
ich will speak on 'New
teligious Philosophy.'
Robbins will discuss
tror Todav and Yes-
watermelon cutting
the meeting.
1LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, NO
111 I" i
JOSEPH BEUTSCH, Pla I
vs
ELIZABETH DEUTSCH,
l lefendanl.
TO ELIZABETH DEUTSCH
993 Columbus Avenue
New York City, New York
V'T ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI of Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed against you, and
you are required i.....rve a copy of
your answer on the plaintiff's attor-
ney, FRANK E FREEMAN, 1521 Pan
American Bank Building:, Miami.
Florida, and file the orglnal in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 28 day of
June. 1951, in default of which this
Mill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed against you
DATED this 29 dav of May, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
I nuty Clerk.
8/1-8-15-22
.. or before the -
.i,vn:l' Hi'" day of M.,v .
(i Ii mi Cou '
l: I- LEAHERMAN,
By: WM. W. .-Tim-kin.;
NORMAN l: LYONS ""l'"> '''' k
UP Olympla Bldg .
Fla.
Attorney for Pli
5/11-18-23 6/1
i in Iff.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
be umi..rsiK...i. desiring to eng*e
In business under the fictitious name
,. ,., AYJa BLOUSE SHOP
at 211 n. p. ist street, Miami,
I?; w /i ".m ,'" r**i8ter saii1
with the < lerk of the Circuit
of Dad,- ounty, Florida,
ESTHER G. KURZROK,
MYERS, HEIMAN A Kaplan""
Attorneys for Applicant
Seybold Building
5/11-18-25 6a
Flor-
name
Court
Plaintiff, vs.
Di fendant.
,. J. OTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTYIN CHANCERY. No.
110972.
MARION L. JARVIS,
EDWARD JARVIS,
To: Edward Jarvls,
Summit Avenue,
York town Heights, New York,
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy "f your Answer to the I'.ili of
Complaint for Divorce on the
tiffs attorney, and to file the m -
Answer in the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court in and for Dade
County, Florida, on or before the nth
day of .luce, 1951: otherwise the bill
ni" complaint filed herein will i- taken
as confessed by you.
BATED at Miami, Florida, this 3
daj of May, 1951.
E. B. LEAHERMAN,
clerk Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM w
.v- .m?,T,CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE circuit COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
lm ,V>," "l: BADE COUNTY,
MioM CHANCERY, NO.
ROBERT EMBLETON,
Plaintiff VI
I STELLE II. EMBLETON,
1 'ill ndant.
Tii ESTELLE II. EMBLETON
5n Shi.-1,1s Street
Elmwo id, Connecticut.
,'"' \RK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill for Divorce hat beei
' you In the al.....
e herebj
am'#ao00py, "f ''"'"' Answer to the
; ", "'.' ""I1 t for 1 ..,, iiin
! lalntin attorneys, and file th.
Inal m the office of the Clerk
i iicuii rour, ., ,. before the 13th
y "r June A, D. 1951, otherwise e
Pro Confi -.-.. will be
against you,
This Notice .-hall be published
eacn week for four consecutive w<
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
, Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of Maj
E B LEATHERMAN
,r-, ,. ''I"lk '' Circuit Court.
11 Ircuit r.....i s.;>!i
Bj WM. W BTOCKING,
PALOT, SILVER, ABDoV Ml
Attorneys t. .i Plaintiff
- f"j5nB6r?1h|,n BBlMlwr, Miami. Pla
titered
! I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. iN PROBATE, NM.i
In Ri : ESTATE OF
LEON FREE.......ised
To All Credit irs md'A ii v-
Cl ilms or l"-ri m Is Ag ilnst Sj I
Estati
I re hereb;
nd
claims an i di ni nds iu, or
either '.f you, may have igalnst the
estate of LEON
lal.....' 1121 South Mi \
nml, Dade C ml F
Hon. W. Blanl <
l 'o ml). and file the
the Cou '
In I lade <'..... I i, |th n
calendar month* I of the
fli si publlcai '"a hereol Said lalm i
.... di
- of the clalmnnl and to
io and pi. sente I as afi ihi or
s...
of the I93S Pi ite Ai I
Date May ISth A.D 1151
/-, MAE 8 .
Ai Executrix of tin Last
nnd Testamei
LEI IN FREEI, lei ise I
MYERS, HEIMAN & KA1 LAN
8n i Sej bold Bl ildlng,
H
...;.- for Exi :'
5/23 6/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to encase
in business under the fictitious name
2Jr..B.AES COUNTY BUSINESS A-
CIVIC WELFARE LEAGUE at P. (i
BOX 4656, Miami Beach, intends to
register said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
of
County,
5/18-25 6'1-S
RICHARD BRYCE.
NORMAN R. LYONS,
910 Olympla Bldg.,
Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
6/11-18-25 6/1
STl ICKING,
Deputy Clerk.
II!
A
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
igned, desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
Jl RITY CONSTRUCTION
Ii (Not Inc.) at 2204 S.W.
Miami, Fla. Intend to rejr-
uitii the Clerk of the
F' ft of Bade County, Flor-
'BERT MILLER
8. SUM OFF
Attention
TORNEYS!
Jewish Florldlan o-
your legal notices.
appreciate your
>naae and guaran-
accurate service at
rates. Phone 2-1141
[messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrins to
in business under the fictitious name
-if FINE ARTS STUDIOS at '.'"1 S.W.
27th Avenue, Miami, Fla Intei
register said name "iih the Clerk of
the Circuit Court "i Bade County,
Florida.
SAM FELDMAN
8/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business uniiei the fictitious name
of FLORIDA HOME U 5923 S W
22nd Ave Intends to register said
name with the Clerk ol the C
Court of Dade County, Fl
HOPKINS I'l'l'l ICATIONS
DAVID SHUBOW
8/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TREASURE ISLE COURT, al 1868
North Bay Causeway, Town of North
r.ay Village, Miami Beach, Fla, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BENBOW REALTY CO.
By: Is/ Irving Greenfield,
I 'lent.
GENET A GENET
.Attorneys for
BENBOW REALTY CO,
5/25 6 1-8-15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN Till; COUNTY JUDGE'S court
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
UI.OH1DA. IN PROBATE, NO.
In He: ESTATE OF
harry BOLOTIN, 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 an]
claims and demands which you, or
either <>f you, may have against the
estat- of HARRY i'.'U.' itin, dei eas-
ed late of Dade county, Florida, to
the Hon. w. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office in th.- County Court
House in Dade County, Florida, with-
in eight calendar months from the
date of he first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address ol the claimant and
to in- sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or sam.. will be barred. See Sec-
tion 120 of the 1933 Probate a I
Date May 1". A.D. 1951.
HENRIETTA BOLOTIN
As Administratrix of the Estate of
HARRY BOLOTIN, D......ased.
HE COSTAS. MAER FLOYD
6H6-V Dlscayne Bldg., Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Administratrix
5/18-25 6/1-S

12 '
Will
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
1412-M
PAUL R RI 'NAN. Plaintiff, vs.
EVELYN I. RONAN, I >. fer.dant.
To: EVELYN l. RONAN,
c/o Walter Doss... Onaga, Kansas
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Hill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attor-
ney, .mil to file the original answer
In the office of the '"ark of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the -'1 dav of
June. A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Bill
Of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
ressed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
21st day ol May, ll'-'.l.
K. i: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk "f the Circuit Court
I lade 'ounty, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM W STOCKING
i >ep it; '
MLTl IN A. FRIEDM \N.
Attornej for Plaintiff,
I 123 Seyb .id Bldg .
Miami, Florida
:,/-'.-, 6/1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To MARTHA IPSEN, c/o MRS
MARTHA RICHTER 55 Forrest
Avenue, Paramus, Ne Jersey-,
You are notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce his i.....n
against \ oil iii the circuit
the nth Judicial Circuit of
Dade County. Chan, cry N
a
ourt of
Florida,
141311 by
rhorwald Ipsen a/k/a Tommy Ipsen:
vou are hereby required to serve a
copy "f your answer on Mordecal N
Rosch, Plaintiffs Attorney, 12 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and rue
the original answer in the clerks
offli.....( said Court on or before June
25, 1961: or said Bill "ill lie taken as
enfessed bv you.
Dated: May 24. 1951.
E. It LEATHERMAN, "lerk C. Ct.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M C. FEIGE, D.C.
6/1-8-16-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrins to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Ml \M1 PLASTIC WARE CO al
i"- Langford Building, Miami. Flor-
ida intends to I name
with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court
of had. County, Florida,
ESTHER HERMAN
MILTON l: MANNHHIMER
Attorney for Esther Berman
12 Llm oin Hool.
Miami Beach, Fla,
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTH E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nderslgned, desli n I engage
In business and. r the fli tltloun I
of BEST FINANCE CO., at Room 608
Langford Building, Miami. Florida In-
,, n(ln name With the Clerk
of tb- circuit Court of Dade County,
ESTHER BERMAN
MILTON K MANNHEIMEF
Attornej for Esther Berman
126 Lincoln Road,
Miami Leach. Florida.
6/1-8-15-25__________^^
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
140990.
BILLY WEST. Plaintiff, vs.
IRVING WEST, Defendant.
YOU, IRVING WEST, 912 Saratoga
Avenue, Brooklyn, New York are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
piaint 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, max ii. silver,
V22 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead
mg in the office ..f the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 11th
day of June, 1951. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
BONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this ith day ->f May, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Bade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By w.M. w STi iCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
B22 Seybold Bull
Miami ::.'. Florida
5 18-25 8 '1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN" THE CIRCUIT cmURT of TIIR
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, NO.
111223.
CHARLES SKi.DA, Plaintiff, vs
I" (ROTHY SKI IDA, Defi ndanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: DOROTHY SKODA
".ran'. Btri el
Wa) in-. New Jet sey
Ynti are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has i.....n
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to servi a copy Of y.air An-
swer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the t>iaintiff's Attorney,
Stanley D. Coidln, Tis Seybold Build-
ing, Miami, Fla., and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 21 day of June, ihi. If
you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against yon for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 21 day of May, A. D.
1861.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Clruit Court,
Bade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Si
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
STANLEY D. CAIDIN,
748 Seybold Building
Miami. Florid i
Attorni v for Plaintiff
5/2S 6/1-8-15
FOU
Sir
KtfGVST BROS RYE
AV is the OF ST.' _
ITLIN s. COMPANY
IB
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
19 N. C 2nd ST. MIAMI St. FL
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY .11 .....E'S COLR1
IN WD FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE, NO.
26018.
In Ri : ESTATE OF
ETHEL D OWEN, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You' 'ami each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and di in.mhIs winch you, oi
,.1,1,,.,. ,,, you, ma; have against the
e.*at of ETHEL D, OWEN, deceas-
,.,, late of Miami, Dade i ",''",.V;..:.I','V
i,l,,, to the lb n \\. F LEAN I ON
,.,. judge of Bade County, aiuf
,.. ...me in his office in the
County C.urthouse In Bade County,
, within i ghl i nlendar n
,, date of the first publ
ir di mands
in.,in Ihi legal add:.
claimant and to be s
hi
of
to
Of
to
the
will
1951.
i
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Da,ej^?SONLAmVEN
\. Executor of the Last Will and
ETHEL D. OWI V
MYERS* HELM W A KAPLAN
By liouis !! Iman
E >. Ut i"
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLI IRIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTYIN CHANCERY. No.
140973
GEORGE BROSS, Plaintiff, vs.
PAULINE BROSS, Defendant.
To: PAULINE BROSS,
2S Boll Street.
Oelawanna, New Jersey.
YOU ARE HEREBY Notified that a
bill of complaint for divorce has been
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your an-
swer to the bill of complaint on the
plaintiff's attorney, and file the orig-
inal answer in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida, on or before the 11th day of
June, 1951, In default of which the
bill of complaint will he taken as con-
fessed against you.
DATED this : dav of May, 1951.
E. B. LEAHERMAN,
clerk circuit Court,
Da.le County Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) : WM W.
NORMAN R. LYONS,
:< 10 Olvmpia Bldg.,
Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
5/11-18-25 ''./l
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undeisigned, di siring t" i
in business under thi h name
of THE BASKET SHi >P 1622 A
a Road M ami Bi Intends
to register with the Clerk
of the Cln if Da le i'
ii. rida.
II w:r.Y ERLANGER
JOSEPH PARDO
Atl u ney for iwner
914 Beybold Bldg.
;./25 6/1-S-13 "
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rslgned mg to ens
business under the fictitious name of
Tropical Vendors at ill 8. \V. 53rd
Qt Miami. Fla., intends to roi
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of I lade County, Florida.
EDWARD HARELIK,
Sole 'w ner.
j.2-. 6/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIYEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of BISCAYNE TERRACE BEAUTY
SALON, at 280 NI-:. 4th Street. Mi-
ami. Fla. intends to register said name
with the clerk "f the Circuit Court
of Dade County, l-loridn
GLADYS STANTON.
5/18-25 6/1-8
vs.
copy
oom-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OI' FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
141258.
ALBERT E PARENT. Plaintiff.
DOROTHY C PARENT,
Defendant
TO I'oRiiTHY G. PARENT
70S Blackborse Pike
W. Collingswood Heights
Mt. Bphrlan Poet office
New Jersey
YOU are required to serve a
of your answer to the bill of
plaint for divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, and to file the original an-
swer in the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
25th dav of June, 1951: otherwise,
the idil of complaint for divorce, here-
tofore fl i ii. rein, will be taken as
t.v you.
DATED it Miami. Florida, this
22nd d.i> of May, 1951.
'- H I '" \TH ERM W.
Clerk of the circuit Cou
'
Bj WM, W STOCKING,
Depul
EM VNUEL LEVENSON,
Att) for Plaintiff,
1407 Biscaj ne Bid
Miami, Florida,
C 26 ii 1-6-15


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*JewistifhrkBan
Son Of Miamians Ordained As Rabbi
Pictured at a recent luncheon at the Sorrento Hotel are Mrs.
Harry Kaufman, district vice president, who is presenting the
charter of the newly organized Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women to Mrs. Gerald P Soltz. president. Looking on is
Mrs. Ben Jacobs, religious chairman of the chapter.
Friendship Club Schedules Picnic
The Social Friendship Club of and suit drinks will be provided
the Flagler-Granada Jewish free of cha
Community Center will sponsor
its first utdoor activity in the
f >rm of an all-clay picnic at the
i icnic gr mnds of Matheson
Hammock Park on Sundav. June
3, at 10:30 a. m.
An informal program of ac-
tivities has been innounced by
Ben Jen..-. the lub' i hairman,
consisting of g imes, songs, ,m<\
dancing. Entertainment will be
provided bj Alex Drucker, mem-
ber of the Miami Band, and Mr.
Erna Dermer, in a program of
.- <;i_'- in I i K itations,
t; >1 len Agers fr im neighboring
. immunities of West Miami. Hia-
l ah, Mi imi : Coral
I bles h ivc be i There
is no ad i Picnici:
I iwn lunches.
A motor pool is being set up
for those lacking transportati in.
Anyone wishing to attend the
picnic is invited to phone Ben
Jonas at 82-8090. or 83-7686.
MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST
AND LARGEST
JEWISH FUNERAL HOME
L. A. Levine
Coleth Heard
Irving Blasberg
Funeral Director
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
Bulldozing
Hourly or Contract
Phone 4-0335
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
^ dignPry
*W RESPECT
. our competent
staff is ready to re
lieve you of all the
details in your hour
of bereavement.
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Exclusive Distributors of the Famous
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Suggest for your health, for your satis-
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with the finest and freshest meat, under
the strictest Kashruth supervision.
Under U. S. Government Supervision
ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1
Call
Martin Food Products
10 S. E. 5th St. Miami Phone 9-1697
Distributors of Finest Delicatessen Products
and Condiments
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KOSHER ZION
Richard G Hirsch, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Hirsch of 1343 Mer-
idian ave., Miami Reach, will bo
ordained as rabbi and awarded
the deg i e ol Master of Hebrew
Letters Sunday m irning at c >m-
mencement exercises '' the Cin-
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PAGE 10 A *Je1strkrkHan Israelite Center Seats Mrs. Goldberg, Leader : 3. D. v.G PTA %  Coral Inn. I %  .1 5 51 M S %  Flcigh ler-Granada Makes Awards he] [ay 27 with 1 %  %  • Barton S at 1 tation lliM*avn<> Tra*k i:ni* wiiii Bewhy F %  %  l %  %  This i farther than 1 I %  • %  %  %  • %  '• I %  : ^AYJUNE,^ Crime Fighters Elect %  to the v L'PA R • %  A ; %  itaoor sign E. %  with n Id %  Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN • Jewisr. • rth Jon Arden. Food Fair's advertising executive selected for outstar.d n: -*crk end iritiatrd as professional member into the George E. MerAck Chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma. National Professional Advertising Fr2ienily. John Lloyd, president of George E. Mer•i-k -'-anteis shown presenting the key in ceremonies conducted "at" th B:scavr.e Terrace Hotel. Others selected for outstanding achievements were: Dr. Grover Noetxel. Deen of the School of Business Administration at the University of Miami: Dick Roberts, vice p.-es dent of the Florida Powe: and Light Company; Stephen Shaw, irstructor in Marketing at the University of Miami. City Manager Sees Bond Issue Need tiiyfrj th: '' ,h i $6632^ City Claude .\3 He | %  %  '**n aliwTa %  %  're-"* .nd'*5 '' t've M ,h '' "!-3 £2 ; I must %  U p J| this : • I of ti %  I Comn 1 that it \ ,1 cussi m j ; 1! >: j Z •. | chaii HAROLD SHAPIRO Says: "It's a lie!" niscenl • attitu H tori out. t The Time. Her:-, d attacked the publication, which is a book c: songs entitled "Sing a Sor.g of Friendship" used in the ADL educational program. The Washington psper called i: "propaganda" against "American welfare." A song contained n the hook is called "Thomas Jefferski." The paper said: "But the Jefferski' offensiveness is only one among many leading up to the revelation in the final pages thai 'We'll Soon Be One World,' a thought tha. fits so neatly into current proceedings that range from Korea to Lake 'Success.' with bombs, blood and spying." Wl at tampions tru re.'•. • Washington ADI. Director Hern in hi • • :.jn of Editor-in-Chief Frank < %  '. Irop of the Ti 1 attai ked Vice Pri the D. C B •: i of Education foi -me the ADLbook. Edelsberg said. "For a lung time now Washingl : ien listening to Adelbert 1 noton< not like • .. :.,r.gled' idlucation—he dosn't t prol ina] educate : I :e apt to be too 'liberal' Lee stru ticularly .• and sour not,wl i n tt Sir.g a Song of I :p." >ok of i Irving Caesar, which had been donated by the Women's Argo Cl B'nai B'nthi %  %  %  n, approved "We want to tell the story of 'Sine a Sony of Friendship' and hundred: teriaU devised or sponred by ADL." Edels erg said to instill %  • attitudes in il child:' The Times-Herald defended Lee. saying the community owed him a debt and suggested that his critics are un-American. Waldrop said he went out of his way to avoid naming the B'nai B'rith in his editorial. He said his paper wasn't against B'nai B'rith but that the B'nai B'rith was evidently for world government—which the Times-Herald equates with world communism. It was not '.he fault of the Times-Herald. Waldrop • said, that the B'nai B'rith "advocates a political program which we don't approve." He added that he wasn't conscious "of the extent to which B'rai B'ri.h was behind this book" until he noticed their "hypersensitivity" to his edutorial. Wal .a lone letter from Edelsberg which pro• ted the editorial. He said the Utter was "laughable" so he replied to Edelsberg that "differences of opinion make horse It is interesting to note that Col. Robert R. McCormick is the editor and publisher of Waldrop'.s paper Not too lone ago, McCormick published a front page story in I is Chicago Tribu purported to be an expos,of a "secret government." comprised ot Jews, in Washington. The rimes-Herald and Tribune have editorially attacked such Jewish leaders as Associate Supreme Court Ju Felix Frankfurter, Presidential Assistant David K, Niles, Ex-Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau. Jr., Sen. Herbert H. 1 rr an. Rep. Arthur G. Klein, and others. The Tribune branded Con%  samen Emanuel Celler and Adolph Sabath as "a couple of ch. % %  Material published in both the Times-Herald and Tribune has been used in the "Cross and Flag," the anti-Semitic hate sheet distributed by Gerald L. K Smith. The Times-Herald has the largest circulation of any Washington paper. Laurence Schwab, Fanny Brice Die to 1 • rtain: this adio star Fannj ad the eath :. isrticu %  :..: IS 1 %  '•' %  : I *". Id F llie< si %  • %  Hoi turning 1 ions 5 "B %  • %  I left : I rtt, N" Y In meet th such • Desert S icer for 20th Century F ix. Ml S • 6750 Harding Avenue He i i nee. Jr. Variety Show Set By Flagler-Granada Saturday, June 16, has been selected late of the an"Melody in Mirth" variety -n m to b B by the V. Activities I ttee of the Granada Jewish Comnity Cent, i .,; 50 N.W. 51st Plai %  ol the aff Mrs James Segal with Robert the Jewish Cent will di Flag and 1 Hial ah-Miami will be : : %  >. A':.rica." th will b %  Mrs. Daniel Lapin, Mn B n Clem. Mrs ist th sui viv< I Beth David Picnic ,\ • id : i I n P • %  will I %  | on Sui June the 3rd. at 10 air., to attend nnual picnic n. Athletic events and games will <> %  | • %  i: thi re will be no swimming. Mrs. Isidor I ch-tirmnn of the : ime chairman is Mrs. Bettv L vine HAROLD SHAPIRO Says: The rumors are !*| I am Harold Shsp.ro w Herbert Shapiro. "J in the County Soheiwij Jice. I have NOT •*" %  from the race for M*] in favo, of any olhtr *J date. I am in to > %  the banner of the Good W| ernrrent League. 'IKIIH' $500,000,000 STATE OF ISRAEL Independence Issue Prospectus May Be Obtained Prom ATWILL ^s COMPANY N.< IM. 60S Lincoln Rd„ Miami Beach, Ra. 5-5816 lit Norland lank Bid* Miami, Florida 82-2636



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PAGE 8 A &f L**l*t,ncr*&VL FRIDAY, JUNE] "Strictly Neighbors >> BT HELEN ALPERT g out more than" four famed years at the same hotel Pra8 fea B V !2SSS 8 .P. J .P.^ ^'HU, nS contracting, he's added his own degrees as architect "*•* Davis is the original builder of many •*^^ k "7^£,^J?.! Westview Country Club, the Coral Gables C*ty Hal Richards Department Store, and the 79th Street Causeway all of which 1 belcha didn't know ... as well ..almost 300 .bu "'dings m eluding the Grar.ada Apts.. and the hotels Cadillac, Raleigh and Traymore. PERSONALITIES: Clara Weintraub returns fi m Cl HTA Elects Officers B. Friedman Er*3 Election of officers for the comT 0 U/„ J Akk r !" ,. g year was held by the Hebrew U YYea A Dbey [ pj. Teachers Association of Greater % %  B^BI^^^^^^ Miami at a meeting Saturday. Louis Gadon was re-elected to serve as president of the group. Also elected were Bathia Stadlan and George Goldberg, vice prcs' ider.ts; Joseph Hurowitz, recording Becretary; Rachel Ross, corresponding secretary; Ruth Uliss, financial secretary; G. Rosenkianz. treasurer. Mr David Friedman is a lifetime honorary president of the association their 16th VISITING: ge. N. J Her %  • NOTING: Everyone s congratulating Mrs. Helen Child. Her son Billy at Miami Be;ch Hich School has wen a scholarship to the University of Miami. Mrs. Child is one of the early winners, as you remembe:, of a Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Courtesy Award so many cleased persons writing in to commend her graciousmss at the Alton Road's A & P Something new has been added to p.-otography in Beach hotels, and it's the name of Sylvia Weinlhal. Cred.t her with the Casablanca pics, especially ... : • : A x P • • not to tune in the! Bj : broken Joe's t >n set %  l mnute It tak'i the I ts t.-at t:.e trou It simp] • %  • lelevisi.n Kent. J rys r.is teevi cee— and it h right RADIO: As I said, if lest bit • .week until I'm f. Martha C Courrce. I'll bring with me thi • A inm w I kn si Sal irgeois Sara is from %  .... afeteria staffer both the word an actice ol pouu r.ess OF INTEREST: -hunters is "Smoker" H ant '•'•'. :• Ann is Catholic, by the w • n N E 11th Place, about five years ago. wa U m r.ey for a Hai ..nd said this oul I I e cerlramati SI Drivers stopped to i i.N If : : • untry is doing me— vi Anni S key's quaint little miniatures of real cact: real figuru nl Tli • plant ing big bus ss. Job! ers db ip in by the gross. 1 Smokey—raving It! luandi cactui tor an eye-dropper and nourish 1 lit! I—with one precise lfttle drop : • I r four months Ar.-'. and S U Estat Th j •• %  nd( rful folk, and -. • : Following a weddirg trip to New York. Jacob Rosner and his | buo--, the former Betty Albert, will make their home in Mi = mi Beach. The couple exchanged and shrdandw acmf and andwdw vows before Cantors Abraham Seif and Judah Goldring St Knes. et.i Israel Congregation on May 24 at 1 p. m. in the presence of their immediate families. Mrs. Robert Silver was the brides only attendant, while Max Rosner seived as best men lor his uncle. Mr and Mrs. David Rosrer. brother End sister-in-law ol the bridegroom, were host: at a reception in the social hall of the synagogue following the service. Carolina Conference R< p District Five C nci which I luring 1 %  • w< ek in Columbia, South C Mi s Meh iident, an I Mrs Irving Laibs n, \ i I, : .t Mi Bi nn i tinued • i, following • invention, vacati in in New York. June 17 has been selected for the marriage of two University of Miami graduates. Miss Charlotte J. Eiserstein and Even S. Stein. Charlotte is the Daughter of Oscar Eisenstein. of Chicago, and the late Mrs. Eisenstein. Mr. Stein is te son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stein. 29C1 Sheridan Avenue. Miami Beach. He is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. HVacli llatlassah l5'-s-li*a tedfnB Mr.FbtL : Florida LTSJ I Lair.: 1 I ter Minn FOR THE BRIDE Beautiful LirgtStta Lingerie Cases With cluster cf pastei *| Only S4.N Unusual Shower Gift "THE BRIDE'S BLUE W Call 9-M52 Fancy Catering Weddings. PartiM k PEARL G0TTES1UI New Phone 8M .•.•"> • ••••••/k^rratVo/iJ W. 1 For Choice Accerr.n-.odatior.s Following a wedding trip to New Orleans. Mr and Mrs. Jerold Paul Kedison are at home in Chicago. Mrs. Kadison is the former Charlotte Ann Safra. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Safra. Miami Beach. The groo mis the son of Mrs. B. Kadison, of Chicago. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the ceremonies which took place at the home of the bride on May 13. c^W^KOSHEK CATERERS] Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miaau Beach Phone 58-250J or 58-4891 (Evenings) Under Complete Sufenu.cm o/ Greater Muni V-ud M J J POCRA6GAX l\\ • HENDERSCNVILLE N C. %  American Plan Beginning at S5.0 Weelc'.y w _'_.-e 1st to October Is:—Brochure On Request ^###90 Youi Hosts B'.ar.che and Sid Lewis | : Mate e\fery mealtime happj 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER 4 RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MLDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NX. 1*1 Are. Ph. 3-2667 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS See how easy it is to please* with Beech-Nut flavor! Bahv's smile tells -N^t Fl> ^3 I! 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1, 1951 % %  .-.-. Jewish fhridian PAGE 3 B %  Ned ALn ASK YOU TO CHECK THE RECORD OF OUR BROTHER BURNtTT ...AND RE-ELECT HIM TO CITY COUNCIL ON JUNE 5th V 1 •I..J4N BURNETT'S TWO YEARS AS YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN HE... 2> an PROMOTED the establishment of the Miami Beach Community Center which provides a varied wholesome recreational program for both youths and adults. INTRODUCED the adoption of Fair Trade Policies to stop fictitious closing-out sales and fraudulent and misleading advertising. INITIATED increased ambulance service under city supervision to hasten medical attention to accident victims. WORKED vigorously for further tax equalization for the benefit of all property owners. SUGGESTED and obtained approval for employment of a psychologist, assigned to the police department, to solve youth problems and reduce juvenile delinquency. PARTICIPATED in wide expansion of public parks, playgrounds and beaches throughout the city. INITIATED a low-rental housing project to replace unsightly and antiquated Smith Cottages. SPEARHEADED erection of a footbridge over Indian Creek at 29th Street. HELPED implement $4,000,000 capital improvement program with no increase in taxes. In fact, taxes have been reduced by 11%. HELPED in the comprehensive program to relieve traffic congestion by street widening and boundary standardization, installation of more controls and development of additional off-street parking areas. PULL LEVER FOR INTELLIGENT, EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP Councilman BURNETT Re-Elect 22 A 22 YEARS ACTIVE CIVIC LEADERSHIP President, or a Past President of: „, „. .,, Stale Commander Jewish War Veterans B nai 0 nth Miami Zionist District (2 years) American Veterans Committee Beth Sholem Beth Jacob CONGREGATIONS Hebrew Academy Miami Beach Jewish Center • Judge Advocate United Veterans Council • Legal Adviser Amvet State Commander • Secretary Citizens Committee Displaced Persons • Chairman Anti-Defamation Committee • Vice-President Hibiscus-Palm Island Home Owners Association • Tenant Representative Rent Advisory Board • Executive Committee Zionist Emergency Council MEMBER Optimist Club. Executive Committee. ADL. Miami Beach Elks. American Legion. Board of Governors Federation ,-, •___ tinijprf Tewish ADDeal, General Solicitation, Two Years • M """ BMCh Ch T M Ta^taiXinTn. Comity Cos,, a— ****** 1M (Paid for by N" Roth) [BURNETT PAULA SUE SAMUEL ROSEBELLE CARLA STARR



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IffiAY. JUNE 1, 1951 I'll Say... %  Last Saturday night, a friend took mo to dinne:I untry Club on Gratigny Road. Drinks and %  >s-d'ucuvrcs stimulated conversation at the cockbar. Good food was served on the patio, a rehing spot on that sizzling hot night. Yet not were present to enjoy the inviting atmosATTRACT1VE SET UP h e main building, a combination of Spanish and netian styles, is spacious, imposing, yet dignified, feool adjoining the golf course was recently inllled for a swim after the 9th or 18th hole. There lockers and showers for additional comfort or axation. Rooms with tables attract members who oy a sociable game. Good taste strikes the proper iium between opulence and simplicity. A sugtion of restraint banishes any incipient garrishThe environment is refined and correct. F PARK [Thereis an involved story behind the evolution [this institution. The boom generation conceived ]a country club more than a quarter of a century B. It was a necessary answer to the Gentile Only (icy that excluded Jewish visitors and residents most of the golf courses in Dade County. A of acreage was acquired, and the purchasers rked out a scheme to build a club house and out a golf course with profits derived from the of lots. Golf Park was a successful undertaking til the inflated boom bubble burst. Difficulties iltiplied. A change in the demoralized non-Jewish is agency became necessary. Yet sufficient coitions had come in to erect the artistic building Gratigny Road. But conditions worsened. The Dm bust was followed by the 1929 Wall St. crash, fich in turn led to the great depression of 1932. buildings, the golf course, the subdivided lots re Lost to the mortgagee. Miami Jewry had to +Jt*ritf,FfarMlnr> PAGE 3 A A Jewish Country Club In Miami give up the notion of a country club, even though {rounds and improvements th< reon could at one £i \'" v ""' n min; 'l sum of 350,000. The.New Deal and the war brought new people and ushered in a prosperity hitherto undreamed of. me Uolf Park property was acquired by private investors, who were eager to work out a satisfactory deal. At a public meeting on a Sunday afternoon, toe necessity of a club was agreed to by all. Parents stressed the social benefits for their grownup children. A community-wide project was debated, but never materialized. WESTV1EW COUNTRY CLUB Instead, a small group concluded the purchase with the owners. So after the vicissitudes of 20 years, the grounds and buildings of Golf Park were put to the uses originally intended. A Jewish Country Club for Miami became a reality. The founders put up $5000 each and formed the Westview Country Club. They set up a limited oligarchy and added to their members only with the utmost circumspection. Men of wealth and influence, who had rendered important service to the community, were ignored. Membership of a second category with limited voting rights was cautiously offered for a $2000 entrance fee. Progress and growth proved slow, and the inexperienced founding fathers began to realize the high cost of maintaining a luxury institution. The inner guard yielded to the minority who opposed exclusionist policies. Within two years after formation, the bars were let down and invitations extended to those previously snubbed. Some overlooked the unnecessary slight and became enthusiastic supporters. Others, not so easily appeased, stand aloof in sullen resentment. BUMPTIOUS EXCLUSION This kind of petty snobbery would be funny if it did not cause pain. To people of character, such brash sniping i s beneath notice. But others, who have the means and the taste for club life, suffer a sense By HARRY SIMONMOFF of ostracism in being left out. And if it is a matl of indifference to the man, it may be of utmost importance to his wife or daughter. The joker is that exclusion from Gentile societies is the prime cause for the existence of Jewish country clubs. So the discriminated compensate the sting by discriminating against their own. Gentile objection to social mingling with people outside their religion and community of interests might be understandable, though not excusable. But what possible excuse can there be for excluding a co-religionist of adequate means and social decency with whom he need not "break bread" if he chooses not to? It would be interesting to know the yardstick by which the black ball slingers measure the worth of an applicant. A former generation had a simple device. The sons of Bavarian cattle dealers relied upon their ability to speak English or near English to keep out the Russians whose "accent was on the bias." In Miami, a test of aristocracy is ridiculous in the nouveau riche whose Yiddish speaking fathers slept in their underwear. Most of the secluders emerged from poverty with the Roosevelt New Deal. INEQUITABLE SOCIAL BENEFITS There is something of the Dog in the Manger attitude about restricting the uses and benefits of an expansive, suburban manor to a limited few. In a community of 50,000 souls, the membership of 170 is monopolistic as it is short sighted. The commodious building should be lit up nightly, ringing withthe laughter of 1000 members. It is a far more important contribution to social betterment for youth to dance, to sentimentalize, and to mate than for oldsters to attend the monthly ritual of a meeting, a dinner, a card game. When a restricted clique, by putting up a comparatively small sum, acquires the properties built and lost by others, and limits its enjoyment to a small circle, with no regard for the greater good of the greater number, it smacks of social atrophy. ifional Council For Jewish Education ithers To Discuss Changes In Policy The National Council for Jewish Education is holding its 25th iv conference from May 30 to June 3, in Cleveland, Ohio— ere the Council was founded a quarter of a century ago. emost Jewish educators of the country will gather to discuss and asic changes in the American Jewish education. Dr. SamBlumenfield of Chicago, Dr. ad Chipkin and Dr. Azriel Bnberg of New York City, Dr. nuicl Dinin of Los Angeles, Emanue] Gamoran of Cinatti. and Dr. Leo Honor of lladelphia, will lead the dissions in the four-day conferAaron Rosenberg Is Guest Speaker A iron of the Establishment of the State of Israel, and the Changes in the American Scene in Recent Years." Representing Miami at the Conference arc Sydney Greenberg, educational director of Mghlight of the Conference be the 25th Anniversary |in< %  : %  when past presidents of Council will be honored and Survey presented of 50 years Jewish educational progress (America. The Conference will pcludo with a two-day dicusif "Objectives of American rish Education in the Light addies Night' Set Women's Group The first social affair of the linen's Activities Group of the il Jewish Community Cen"Daddies Night," will be Id Sunday evening, June 3. Hrs. Nathan Dubler. chairman I' and means committed that a buffet sup'•\ ill be given from 5 to 7 p.m., I by a men's fashion show i i i he courtesy of Ben Royal Palm Sports'. Murray Baum will be fashI T and Marx raber, t, a special election meeting 23, Mrs. Meyer Forer i i lected president of the Activities Group. Its is to serve as an auxily to the general organization center, to sponsor its own la l affairs and to assist the ter in every possible way. i Eicei s named were vice udent in charge of memberPi Mrs. Al Berkowitz; vice in charge of ways and Mrs. Nathan Dubler; vice i<; nt in charge of program, s. Joseph Nurenberg; financial • Mrs. Leo Braverman; secretary, Mrs. : irding secretarj. Louis Siegel, an 1 treasurer, tin il ness. I Of the board of dilifesdames Al R is:. Paul Sobel, Lon Kaplan, lurice Waldorf, yd G irdon, Charles Spii ph Schaffer. Rosenberg, nationallyknown writer, lecturer and humorist, formerly of Detroit and n %  '.resident of Miami Beach will be the guest speak< r at the open meeting of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholeni, on Thursday, June 7, in the King Arthur Room of the Saxony Hotel, according to an announcement by Dr. Alexander Robbins, Men's Club president. Mr. Rosenberg formerly was a practicing attorney in Detroit and earned his law degree at Fordham University in New Temple Beth Solom; Hy Pomerantz, and Louis Schwartzman, I York and Det-oit College of Law. executives of the Bureau of Jew| Prior to that he took a degree in ish Education of Greater Miami. I pharmacy and chemistry at CoBeach Post 330. JWV, Slates Memorial Rites Senior Vice Commander, Daniel N. Heller, of Miami Beach Post No. 330 of the JWV of America, announces that the P st will hold its annual Memorial Day Services at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, on Friday evening, June 1st, at 8:00 p.m., to honor the memory of all those departed American veterans, reand also under the pengardless of their religion, who of Arnold Montrose He | f !" £*£* ves ln the defense o£ Rabbi Irving Lehrmun will conduct the services, and Captain Lester C. Soldz, Commander of the JWV Post, will assist. National Liaison Officer Hylan Kout will deliver a short address. lumbia University. He has gained national prominence and recognition as a writer in English and Yiddish. One of his best-known books, "Talcs Out of School," is a collection of humorous Yiddish stories. His articles, short torics, poems and humorous esays, have appeared under his own name name has been known as the American Sholem Aleichem or the Jewish Mark Twain. The meeting is open to Men's Club members and their friends, according to Frank Kamen, program chairman. Vote Top 4 On Tuesday, June 5th Qualified and Proven By Years Of Experience in Public Office Lever 7 A 22A 18A i:t.v b purion To Be On Air i ial feature on the JewForum by Simon Seiden 1 'very Sundav from 2 to 3 |m. over station WFEC will be a inscribed interview with Benson, Israeli prime minister. Councilman Burnett Roth Councilman Lee Powell Councilman Marcie Liberman Judge Bernard A. Frank Every One Individually Independent— Standing On His Past Record and Achievements IMIOISSill BY Whitman Democratic Club Of Miami Beach A NON-PROFIT CORPORATION ENCOURAGING CANDIDACIES OF HONEST AND QUALIFIED DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES (Pd. Pol. Adv.) DAVID A. WHITMAN, President



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JIDAY. TUNE 1. 1951 Jewish flcridHar PAGE 6 A Local Jewish Social Service Bureau Fleets Officers At Annual Meeting IThf Jewish Social Service Buof Greate.' Miami held its iu.il-meeting at a Brunch at • lbne of the oldest welfare ij zations in Florida. It was tint' cl out at this 31st annual [, that the president-elect, i Stanley C. Myers, is the [, i the founder of the agonMr. Pincus Scheinbert, who lii, its first president 31 years ,. Mrs. Myers is well known lr her leadcrhip in welfare acuity throughout the country and bade county. She only reIntlv terminated a period as the lesidi nt of the board of District 6 of the Florida State WeiTakes Time Out re Board. : discussion at the annua leeting was directed to the surMunich Jews Call Joint Banquet Set For Resumption Off ISlVSlilBlliOII MUNICH, (JTA)—The General Assembly of the Jewish community of this city recently demanded that the Bavarian restitution A joint banquet of the B'nni B'rith Coral Gables Women's and Men's Bowling Leagues will be held Sunday, June 3rd, at 7 p.m. at the Sea Gull Hotel. Bernard A Frank Seeks Prosecutor For Miami Beach Native son Bernard A. Frank, candidate for Miami Beach City Council, whose parents are Mr, Newly elected officers of the program be immediately put into women's League compriseHazel'' '':;.: "' Rappaport, president; Iren. C and "" %  Morri B Frank P io '';. f a n formal ht n vice president; • Ann B ass, neer Miamians, was a 1933 gradu. u 't'.. Zti-S • Vi Ann Green, treason ate of Miami Beach High Sch „,1 the manner in wh !" Officers of the men's g : and member of class of '38. Uni1 the Auerbach c pointPresident, William Heckler; vice versity of Miami Law School, ing out that many similar scanp resit, e nt > Lou Feldman; secreA former acting judge who redais wer, i ither little pub**J nf^J,^'^ r ^f signed from office to run in the IClty or we* actually kept from fc J: \ H,ni > n ^ E Z 0 „ !" June5 elections, Frank is advo"',' P h1 "' U appealed "' Jew iciS t bo-h bowUnB I-aeueV mating in his platform the em, ish organizations throughout the llclt y for bo n bowhn ? leagues. lilV;m n( „ f ., full t i me paid world to help call attention to „, anti-Jewish developments in Gerohevuoth Observance many. A, Shevuoth celebration sponstates that minor complaints have ployrncnt of a fall-time pal utor for the prosecution of city ordinance violations. He Mis. Stanley C. Myers Overworked Eban For Needed Rest NEW YORK (AJP)—An over,i the agency which had been I worked Abba Eban, youthful Isnducted in the Spring of 1950 raeli amba ssador to America and ,d the developments which had .-,,. %  • ,.„ ffken pfiM in carrying out chlef the voun g nations UN ndations. This was delegation, was undergoing a %  • %  .. panel consiting of rest this week following his coli IJnderleider, attorney lapse last Fridav on thc hecIs of ..,_„.,.. -> president: Mr. „ irer, agency vice presiasharp Se cuntv Council denun ., MI -. Stanley C. Myers, and nation of Israel, r. Albert Comanor. executive! Eban passed out last Friday 1 rector of the agency. [lowing a futile day-long battle ; liscussion from the floor, intended to stem the action of port was made of the work oi th Securitv Council %  censur ,i Jewish Vocational Service • huh was developed as a result, > n g Israel for its reprisal bombthat survey. Attention was ing against the Syrian aggressors Meanwhile, rightist opposition sored by the Pioneer Womn crowded th c city court and that deputies in the Bavarian ParliaGo!da Meverson Club and thf \ additional skilled assistance is ment have accused Minister_ npeded. President Han s Ehard of unwilFarband, Ben-Gunon Branch of The candjdate who js a veteran lingness to prosecute Dr. AuerMiami, will take place on Thurs0 f World War II. is a director of bach, former head of the Restiday. June 7th at 8 p.m. at ConCongregation Beth Jacob, memtution Office, who is under arrest' gregation Beth El. bcr of th e Hebrew Academy, • >n charges of fraud. One deputy, j Guest speaker will be Rabbi Jewish War Veterans, the ZionAugust Haussleiter, of the Deuts; Morris A. Skop. Entertainment ist Organization of America, Gold che Gemeinschaft, charged that will be furnished by Morvy's Menorah B'nai B'rith. on the Dr. Ehard fears to prosecute Dr. j Musical Moods with impersonaboard of the Immigration Appeals Auerbach because the latter has tions by Clara Langsner. Reand the Naturalization Service, documentary proof of the for' freshments will be served. He was appointed Municipal mer's record of collaboration with I Mr. B. Morrison is chairman of Court Judge in 1948 and reapthe Nazis. the affair. pointed in June of 1949. %  veil t i plans for the development of a Sheltered Workshop Much will provide retraining and lork opportunities for persons limited employability. Thought and ordering the tiny republic to halt drainage in the Huleh swamplands. The Israeli chief delegate at is given to theproblems of fur< the UN collapsed shortly before er development of the family the 10—0 vote in favor of the ency services to be made avail; measure was recorded. He was to the Jewish residents of ade county. In her address of acceptance, Irs. Mvers leferred to the imirtance of strengthening family in a period of world insecurShe felt that the board of immediately taken to the rear of the Council rostrum at Flushing Meadows where he received prompt medical attention. His condition at the time was rei ported as not serious. Spokesmen for the Israel Conrectors and the community at sulate confirmed reports that rge might make a significant, Eban was absent from his duties ntnbution to family well-being and resting. The spokesman derough their assistance in the clined to disclose the site nor velopmant of local private! speculate when Eban would re.ency program. sume his duties, but it was ex^On display at the meeting was pected the former Sou* African n award to the Jewish com: would return to Washington or Sunity of Greater Miami which Lake Success within the next fcd been presented by United two weeks. Israeli WJMgMn srvice for New Americans, the told the American Jewish Press lational Jewish resettlement j hat Eban was *"***** gency. The Jewish Social Servis resting cornfoi tab 1> f. A physiireau is responsible, in Mical examination failed to dis%  ii. for helping new Americans J close any organic disability, it their adjustment to life in this was learned Uro „„„ ftm ountry The award is "in recogDuring Eban s absent c fi om Bti n of outstanding devotion to | the UN. Arthur Lourie was ex 'use of America, and new pected to assume command of imericani who have been weithe Israeli delegation. Anas mod in their midsts and aided sistant will handle the affair^i at build new lives in dignity and the embassy in Washington un and convince yourself why Breakstone's is Miami's largest-selling Cottage Cheese! \(v0, m ." til Eban returns. NYLON BRAIDED LINE 1 %  Line Money Can ii.iv Brtls Vlmol l luubic— li, IS, 20, -V :ni l.b. Teat—Per b'po il NYLON BRA1DE3D LINK %  %  "•'• Lb 10 Yd. 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II w II ini ,p II** I State FEPC Roundup; |uB\WJISIP-ltl|iDIPldlJigUn 10 States Reject FEPC Bills During '51 ^^ Th<> niKsann nf a limilnH 1PF.PP l_ .... • FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1951 Musical Program Scheduled [A's 'Night Of Music' June 7 togram for the 'Tight of Music" being prestntid by the f Association on Thursday, June 7, at Flumirgo Park (1 mi Miami Beach, will insure a sold-out house, it was an| v Joe Mooney, chairman of the program committee, inding feature of the program will te the singing of the Ballad for ^^ Folk ^^ ^^ by Ben Yomen with piano accompaniment by Margaret Ben Yomen. They will present selec%  consultant of the tio !" from their rich repertoire \ ters Association, with of Yiddish songs and Negro spirituals. Tickets may be secured by phoning 5-5319, 3-5489, 4-5489, or 82-6556. General admission will be $1.00. by the newly organ 1 groups of Flaglerand Hialeah-Miami iwish Community CenIcte I by Robert Strassnuel Kelemc-r of TemJholom singing the bariJpart Strassburg will also Ihr newly JCA-organestra of the Beach | \ in "Eine Kleine fci of Mozart, and •Egmont Overture." Bo conduct the recently choral group of the teociation in a group of |gs and liturgical meloRoth, soprano, will (roving "Din Torah Mit well as selected numGershwin's "Porgy and %  ami Jewish Community |k dance group wil. pre' (costume an American Lee, and the well-known Russian folk dance. ng out this entertainbithe 60-voice Jewish Coral Gables JWV Unit Will Seat New Leaders Coral Gables Post 243, JWV, will hold its second annual installation of officers Friday night at Coral Gables Jewish Center. Newly-elected officers are Buddy Logue, commander; Murray Solomon, senior vice commander; Sam Steen, junior vice commander; Ernie Harris quarB nai B nlh J-od m th South termaster; Mel Morris, judge ad-| „, „ ,,._, __, ,, | I positiim states. in the same Eastern B'nai B'rith Urges Manpower Listing A call has been issued to all „ I I S3gC f 3 m ', ted FEP ^ Democrats leading the fight for SEC. B U ng b u y a i' n 1 le StatC l0 med FEPC in most western states and ——i" V C / thG lo CSO T a CC 7' middle western states and with pshment for enactment of antiRbH f ,, mishiag the opbus laws as State Legislatures j D J M m in prepared to ring down the curtain on 1951 sessions in many parts of the country Ten states rejected or blocked the enactment of FEPC legisla' tion while Colorado became the 111th state to adopt rulings barring employment bias. Strong battles continued this week in Ohio and Pennsylvania for the enactment of legislation aimed at (outlawing bias practices but with these exceptions liberal forces 'met failure in all efforts to se,cure effective state rulings. Latest to reject FEPC legislation was California which this week blocked in committee two measures aimed at combatting employment bias. Elsewhere here is the picture: Indiana refused to put teeth into its existing statute while .Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Nebraska, Utah and West Virginia legislators refused to enact proprosed FEPC bills. There is an outside chance of action in Iowa, and Wisconsin. An effort to weaken the Massachusetts Act failed. Various degrees of failure or success attended civil rights proposals of other kinds. Missouri legislators boat down a proposal YOU CAN BUY ........ ISRAEl a to end all school segregation but did pass an act permitting par^SSn^SB^ffl^ i ^orida area by Col. Michael M. ticu.ar counties to do so by popvocate; Leonard Kotn, oni'-er-oi**" %  •"" —--•> ~* ular vote the-day; Harvey Brant, chaplain; I Isenberg, civil defense chairman | Ngw Y or k extended and trustees Lennie h'lia Gamma Is Officers Newmark was installii nt of Phi Delta la unit of the council of yid Synagogue, i i'ion event took luncheon at the Sea lei with Mrs. Bernard presiding as installing ta Snkolow received the ward and Sylvia Reva Shapiro and Mrs. .Miller participated in Jam. [ :.• elected to serve |s< Newmark are Leslie tr pn sident; Mai ilyn surer; Cuna Cohen, I). 1 i tar} ; Elayne Beri mding secretary; pledge mistress; .• Segal, historian. rr.i mbers of the unit in%  i..n, r Blumenthal, Judy i' Kopelowitz, NanPat Moore, Barbara and Beverly Weinstein. cnapiam; isenoeie, civu aeiense viuiwnau New York extended its fair Lifshutz, for the B'n;.i B'rith Council, to I educational practices statutes to Manuel Lubel, and Ernest Rosensubm i t defense registiations at! cover private schools and success oncc | i s imminent for a similar measA similar announcement has "^jf^ 0 C Sn a pu t a strong gone to all B'nai B'rith Women's an ti-Lynch bill on its statute Chapters by Mrs. William riechbooks, providing death where ler, civil defense chairman for the lynch victim is killed and -• -u lone terms in prison where the the women's groups, urging all J^^ s vi ,tim survives mob members to complete their ap, ac tion. Florida struck at the Ku plications. | Klux Klan by forbidding mask"Registratien for civil defense ing Party attitudes on civil rights ] bills varied widely from state to state, with both Republicans and crantz. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will dedicate a portion of his evening service to this group. State Commander William Hoffheim and past State Commander Hy Morris will officiate. Kenneth Braidman, state officer-of-the-day, will present the new officers. BONDS _..-" m*" in Dade county is one of the most important facets of our B'nai B'.-ith Americanism program. Isenberg stated. "As the country's oldest Jewish service organization, it is oar stern duty to demontrate complete cooperate n with the Dade county Civil 1). fense Council by extending to them a manpowei list comprised of men and women in B'n;ii B'rith," he added. Medical Exam Set Medical examinations will be held for registrants of Camp Coral on Sunday, June 3 from 10—12 a.m. at the Hillel House, Coral Gables. Dr Donald D. Michelson, camp that „. ^ m tmwwM muriiy Conior are shown here !" !'' ,, Jl1 ,..,, tary service the camp personnel and be brief• ,ctruction from Leu tl. n in f cd on tn program. Abe Rochsteia W b wcw<>J v ltt injne ta ^^^ interested ln rMirtwi n are asked to nip at 43-2431 beTODAY VA% Coupon Bonds from $500 to $100,000 Savings Bonds from $50 lo $10,000— Maturity Value 150% of !ue Amount Of AMERICAN %*?,;*CORP. FOR ISRAEl State of hratl Bonds Greater Miami Committee for Bonds of Israel Government 1703 Congress Building Miami, Florida Proiptcruif %  and ii/bicripfn Wonli mar t obtained 1 a' fh above oddrttt. YOiFlEUTIVES 1H ISRAEL Kttu ruu UUI1 n j. "" ftAMT IPT THEM DOWN! AND CLOTHING-DON iEND SELF-PACKFD FOOD PARCELS! VCA3 fU< k IT'S **UW* sT^ Shipping Charges incl. duties ;^:? ONLY oo^p er pound This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. 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PAGE 2 A fjmist ftcridTiar FRIDAY IUNE] Mrs. McCaffrey Takes Study Post Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, national secretary. General Federation Worr.o.-'s Organizatior.s, was invited by the American Christian Palestine Committee, on a study lour of Isree'. Lebanon, Syria and Jordan, at e luncheor held ; n her honor at the Shelborr.e Hotel. Shown here after her ecceptsrcc of the invitation. Mrs. McCaffrey ighi, front with members of t'-c committee, Mrs. George M. Coh'.n left Back low. Mrs. Aura Brenner Meyers, I. R. Goodmar., M.-s. H. C. Moser. 'For details read story.; natim by New • -. i June 1 ri the %  i the Near E isi. Esu oiting up w 'l! be Rev. Kai 1 11. • tatioi P I j Baehr, e> I v. I). Danie] C. American Christian Palestine P present Dad rid Committee, and Mrs. Blanche L. C inties on I Ij Shepard, program director. I : I, L ban s ria In Israel they will visit the hi ly places of it 11 faiths, the In accepl I nun ition, "Uea of Jerusalem, Haifa, TiMi Ema McCaffr. I al a S? nas 1 1 Aviv Nazaretn, Beer lunch, %  held in her honor at Sheba, Dan, the Negev, the Galii Beach Shelborne Ho,ee > etc T v v Wl11 be the official tel, "I consider it an honor and guests of President ChMmWaitz• ivilege to be chosen for this "J an ?l> l6r 2. e1, Pnm Mmiste trip. I know ii will help to broadR av id Bcn-Gunon. the House of own horizon and thought, parliament, Arab Chieftains, also and I feel sure that the others on Christian and Moslem spiritual th. trip, as well ... I. will bring leaders. T..ey V n r clu n to the wealth of information United States the third week in about life in the Neai I I lich Ju,y we in turn can disseminate ~ ~ >ng the groups we repn Pioneers Slate Dinner The Pioneer Women's Organinanization, Club No. 1, will sponsor %  d nner honoring Father's Day, .. %  to be h !. on June 17. Chairman • ; •..; %  f th. Fail kula, with Esther Garbei as co-chaii nin th Milton Sirkm, ; d Tin y in ted to • i i mcil the si li cti in of I • i person in thi ... the tour. Thi ip, m i over ; thirty out landing Chi istian | ilities r '"' u 'h nt th Unil DAY WORKERS S5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-3607 No Charge to Employer General Repair on all Make Trucks and Can Eli cl Acetylem \\. -IJIIK COULTON BROS. GARAGE W n ki Rebuilt Bodj Repalm and Palnl Free Pick-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Bei Phonea J-2244, sn s w. gth Street Klan legislation |rth was noted for his energetic interest in Jewish life. Mu -militant leaders-hip ol the ADI.. working closely with such prominent Jewish leaders as Mr. i Hi r y Simonhoff, led to numerj ous anti-discrimination ordi! nances in Miami Beach. Three 3 after his return from the Army, Roth helped form the committee which ultimately suited in the elimination of criminatory signs on the Beach "Burnett Roth," declared Mr. Harry Simonhoff. "has m significant contribution t> Jewish life in Miami During I pi i iod ol i nti-Ji ti n, %  a • .-I tl efi nt, the ^ '. .-.%  in our midst. Alt' r the [the ADL, he has t active in it hip As i the :M Zionist District, Mr. Roth g.,vo time and energy to the An in 7.i mist Em. i gency Commission when it was a vital force. "In 1946. he assisted in picketing the British Consulate. In 1947. he org ; nized. on Miami Beach. the parade of org inizations do| manding Jewish rights in Palestine. Burnett Roth is ardent in upholdnfi orthodox Judaism, too. j and. to me, as a Jew and a fine public servant, exemplify s the fact that bettor Jews make bett. Americans." In addition to his years of service to the Zionist Organi7ation of America, Councilman Roth for two years, president "f the Miami Zionist District. He iias worked continually in organizations such as the Jewish Federation, the Florida Commission on 1 Displaced Persons, the Jewish Vet nans, and many other loc 1 presenting Jewish in the community. AJC Slates Luncheon Brandeis Ch ipti i %  Congress is giving a memt lui at the of Mrs. Morris Kogan, 4465 Adam.. Avi n u n Wi |ni June ii. at 1 p.m. Mi nan, Mrs Man T baum, announ %  p ro for tin coming year will be discussed and is extend.: invitation to all women oi the community to be p nd asiociate th< ... ith the work of American Jewish Congress. Mrs. A. A. Hayden, pr< sident of the Fl irida Women's Dh Will greet the guests. A social afternoon will follow. SJ taste ROKEACH BORSCHT .-I'.outaMJ uv --,n Uiktriuului B. mi. k. *th at.. Miami — Phn. < mi Emma Laiarus Chapter. B'nai B'rith. installed ne* for 1951-52 at Harvie's Restaurant. Shown left to riqrt Tina Katz. president. Metropolitan Women's Council of u. Miami, who installed the new officers; Mrs. Miriam Biim going president presenting g 3 vel lo incoming Presi W ni\! Simmons: and Ethel Pont, past president of Emma LaiaruiC ter and Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith cr.aptw served as installation chairman. r Safer, Surer .. Cuts Costs in Half!) NYLON TENT PROCESS / -.3 World's Largest Pest Control Company^ 2-1776 509 N. E. 13th St. MIAMI 5-3528 MIAMI BEACH Jewish Funeral Serum To the Jewish family, it is important JM funeral be conducted in ai mam religious traditions. We fully share this concern and takep*J : .re that each funeral which we conduct am. two complete funeral chapels snail be con !" in every detail. Our thorough knowledge and reverent standing of every require. .^ years of faithful service to J. • ;.,;. a „' v #| affords the comforting assui ance tn-t shall be as it should be. 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JUNE I, 1951 +Jew!st for id/an PAGE 7 A tcition Bureau Last Meeting m meeting of the sea board of directors of u of Jewish Education I en Wednesday, [ office Of the FedIon Miami Beach at 8:13 %  following delegates-at\\\\ be recommended bj mmittee of the approval: \: ron, Joel Cohen, Dr. Max I.ipkind, Benjamin Meyers, irk, Mrs. Matilda ; ii 3, II. Seitlin, 1 i I Harry Simonhoff, Mr. Si ymour Liebman. Har.\. Goodman, Rabbi !,. I. 1!. Gordmin, J, Duntnv, Sam :id Jack Fishman. will also include a j Bureau Building Simonhnff, chairiv vi"\v by Louis zm..n. executive director on the two nationon Jewish Educatl in New York City and Ohio. Zionist Presidents To Aid Bond Drive The presidents of throe Zionist districts in Greater Miami, representing a combined membership of more than 1,500, v.\ | day issued a joint c ill merits of the community to rally behind the $500,000,000 St Israel bond being floated in the United Stati s. 7A nisi lenders who p] their all-out support included H&rold Shapiro, pi | Miami Beach district; Norman R. Lyons, president of Coral Gables district; and Sanford M. Swerdlin, president u district. Th" Zionist heads asserted that the memberships of thei oi sanizations would constitut head of the army of volunteers to promote the sale of I bonds in Greater Miami. |ors' Assembly In New York Jacob Goldring has re, Miami Beach following Indance at the recent [annual conference-conic,! the Cantor's Assembly I D< partment of Music of [ted Synagogue of AmerSchwartz Advocates 'Mayor Rotation' Plan Candidate for Miami Beach council. Nathan Schwartz, advocates a relation plan for thi ted Mayor of the City el Miami Beach. He would spend a period of at least three months in each department of the citv government, enabling him to observe ways and means in which expenditures may be cut, thus saving the taxpayers unnecessary expense and avoiding increased taxation. Schwartz also advocates underground wiring for electric and t-lephone and is against any increase in bus fares. Ardmori' studio Officers of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'iith were installed by Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach at ceremonies at the Casablanca Hotel. Shown here are ^seated, left to ligr.t) Jack G. Gold. Gilbert J. Balkin, vice presidents; Samuel W. Shapiro, president: George J. Tahanoff. Jules P. Channing. vice presidents: Second row; Walter C. Kovner, George Bertmar. Joseph A. Kogos, Paul Seiderman. Harry Zukemick. Jack August and Mayor Turk, trustees: (third row) Sol Golastrorn. guardian: Irving Schatzman. treasurer; Barr.ett Beckerman. financial secretary: Saul Genet, recording secretary; Gershon Miller, assistant chaplain: and Godfrey K. Newman, chaplain. Not shown in photo are Dr. Wilbur Wishner, warden, and Siegfried Geismar, t rustee. *. .— m : or Jacob Goldring %  ri he was the representathe Miami Beach Jewish four-day meeting took >t Kiamesha Lake, New the delegates were by Dr. Louis Finkelstein, it of the Jewish Theoloiinary of America, Dr. IGreenberg, executive di[and Rabbi Max Routtenecutive vice president of jbinical Association of la. A concert featuring if the world's outstandrish artists highlighted the ti m. fperiment in Jewish music 'ounht to the attention of %  ltors with the rendition I first time of Jewish wedJ-!<' written by Jewish is and intended to ree now popular wedding of Wagner and Mendelfete results of the convene plans for a three weeks lession for the next three %  loch cantors may attend up with the latest trends ish music; also the esfient of a cantors' training under the auspices of the Theological Seminary for nen wishing to be trained cantorial profession. Mes will be at the disposal ivnagogues connected with liservative United Syna|of America. TRally Held Miami District Zionist Beth El synagogue audiwaa held Thursday, May fcst speaker was Seymour *> %  Movies and refreshHollowed. 3,0OAVV OMencU: We Are Supporting Jack Abbott For City Councilman. We Believe His Election Is In the Best Interests of Miami Beaeh. Leonard L. Abess Fred H. Baisden Shcpard Broad Mrs. Jane Fisher Baron de Ilirseh Meyer John D. Montgomery Max Orovitz E. Albert Pallot llan Buskin Milton Sirkin Bay T. Sterling Mrs. Bose Weiss (Paid Poll! cal .vi\ i



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[Y, JUNE 1. 1951 %  pie Israel's 29th Annual Meeting Hews Accomplishments By Meisel I mil'.. nm>rt( '1 I ,1 1 I 1 •* I < r\t ^JeHlstrhrMton 29th annual meeting of Israel took place on belay following a buffet [in Kaplan Hall. r-ted for the presidency limoUfl acclaim was Max Other officers elected W. Slote, Joseph Stein iry Wolff, vice presidents; "p. Singer, treasurer; A. Rossman, financial r.v: and Harry Boyell, secmembers who will serve [the coming year include Ungar, Dan Ruskin. Sam t>n. Leonard VVein, Monte [ax Holtsberg, Isaac .Toffe, Ire.n, Eniil Gould, Adolph Morris Kla.ss, Aaron •in'l Norman Giller. ient Meisel also heads the J, wish Education for |h time; is vice president 3< ach Y, and an executive %  -her of Greater Miami [F. deration. The recipient Oberly Prize from the p.n Library Association el low of the American %  n [or the Advancement ace, Meisel is also vice H of the Hall-Mark Elece.= Company. \g the past year's aecommts under the administraI Meisel, were the followpuring as spiritual leader le Israel Dr. Joseph R. •,-tablishment of the Ice Z. Pearlman Memorial jtion under the ehafrmanufrs, J. Gerald Lewis and |h( oj Committee. 1 dedication of a memorial Follows Famous Dad As Sr CHICAGO (A J P) -Pursuing I the scouting trails of his fathe? and i^mous grandfather, John M. sennt, a prominent Jewish financier, assumed the presidency of the Boy Scouts of America this week at the organization's 41st annual meeting. T J C K'U i r i n l son of th ^mous • K b UMSch,ff Prominent Jewish philanthropist who died in vi t! s ?• P artner in the New York banking firm of Kuhn, Loeb and Lo. He entered the scoutine movement in 1930 when he became a member of the Nassau County Council in Mincola, L.I. The election of Schiff to the head of the record 2,795,000member movement followed a family tradition. His grandfather was a proponent of scouting When the movement was in its infancy. The late Jewish leader mr.de largo financial grants toward strengthening the youth movement. PAGE 13 A E Max Meisel window in honor of the late Colman A. Zwitman and 11 sons of members of families of Temple Israel who gave their lives during World War II. Included arc: Nathan A. Aronovitz, Sheldon D. Bernbaum, Robert Blumenthal, Benjamin J. Bronston. Paul Ivan Carp, Myer Epstein, Leroy S. Feldman, William E. Jacoby, William A. Mayer, Arnold Raxin, and Robert Richter. 4. Appointment of a committee composed of Arthur A. Ungar, William D. Singer and B. W. Slote to raise funds in excess of $100,000 for the renovation of the tse of Failure to proper Fire and less Interruption ranee. It's a complex business! Kussner Bar Mitzvah Paul Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kussner of 8C9 Scvilla Ave., Coral Gables, will become ; Bar Mitzvah on June 2 at the I Israelite Center. The following i day at 3 p.m., a reception will i also be held at the center. Paul is attending Miami Beach Hebrew Academy and is a second class Boy Scout. Another son, Conrad Leon, 17, is a graduating senior at Miami j Senior High School, and a third son, Robert Arnold, celebrated j his second birthday on May 26 Post Observes Holiday Among the organizations participating in the observance of i Memorial Day by th e Greater Miami Community was the Coral Gables Jewish War Veterans and the Auxiliary. Services took place on Sunday night and on Wednesday evening. Rabbi Morris A. Skop, of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, Wl s on the program Sunday evening as well as serving as principal speaker at the otservance of the Coral Gables Post of the American Legion. Jack Abbott Raps City's 'Crime 1 Tag Severe c-iticism of the present Miami Beach Council was voiced this week by Jack A. Abbott, candidate in the June 5 election, who blamed a succession of city councils for making the buildup of criminal influence possible. According to Abbott, the label of '•Winter Crime Capital" has been strongly detrimental to the best interests cf Miami Beach, and should be wiped out by a drive spearheaded by the Council who should take the leadership in determining to what extent gangster money has bought up legitimate businesses. Abbott, an attorney who resigned his post as president of the Miami Beach Preidents Council to run for office, also had other criticisms to make of the present body, such as its failure to act upon the request of the Miami Beach Railway Company for a fare increase "because they wro afraid to let the voters know how they stood before the election The candidate, who entered the Army as a private in World War II and was discharged as a captain, is married and has two children. He has been in Miami Beach since boomtimes and was one of the founders of the Miami Beach Bar Association, of which he became president. He is also active in many civic, communal and Jewish affairs. Ballet To Be Given Bernard Ostfeld, who will be one of the guest choreographers next season with the newly organized Ballet Guild of Greater Miami, is planning for an October or November presentation of several ballets, including Falla's "El Amor Brujo" and "La Boutique Fantasque" by RossiniRespighi. He would like to audition dancers at his 740 SW Eighth st. studio this spring, in order to get summer rehearsals under way. jjts buy about 50 different [insurance from us. There 1 or ten different ways in [each of these can be On most of them there ast three or four different endorsements — addi, changes — that can be lo the contracts. >rst of it is that these hundred variables keep all the time. Almost lorning our mail is loaded Killi changes in forms, i m rales, changes in the jcies can be prepared. track of these comand making sure that pits, get, from the vast [of policies available, the lurancc at the least cost |8 what our clients pay .Rlad to study your without charge or obli|ond make sure for you J>e latest changes are I against your own insur' krani to your advantage. fephone 82-2611 i Insurance Agency, inc. toor, Seybold Bldg. Dr. Joseph R. Narot building which will include the installation of new seats, painting of the interior, new lighting fixtures and th e installation of an elevator. 5. Invitations extended to ministers, teachers, S'inday school I and public school children to be the guests of Dr. Narot at the Temple at which time seminars I were held to acquaint them with the customs and ceremonies of the Jewisn faith, Green Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jacob Green, formerly of 3506 S. W. 1st Avenue, will take place Sunday, June 3, at 2 p. m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Green is survived by two sons, Isidor ar.d Nathan; two daughters, Mrs. George Vinnick ana Mrs. Harry Goldman; also eight grandchildren. Mr. Green was a member of Beth Jacob Congregation and also of Workman's Circle, Branch 892. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Shaloma Group Installs The last meeting of the season for the Shaloma group of Hadassah was held recently at the Hibiscus Lodge, Miami Beach. A dessert 'uncheon preceded the meeting. Mrs. Bernard Goldberg, outgoing president, spoke of the accomplishments made by the group during the past year. She then presented Mrs. Murray Grossman, regional president of (Hadassah, who installed the new I slate of officers. In a candlelight j ceremony Mrs. Grossman installed ihe following officers: Mesdames Jack Bernard, president; Nat Waldman, vice president; Maurice Kovnnt, vice president; Herman Popkin, vice president; Florence Berkowitz, treasurer; Rose Feibush, recording secretary: Sydney Schrager, corresponding secretary; and Miss l Elsie Schwabc, financial secreI t ary. Retired Elderly Gentleman with very nice home, desires the acquaintance of elderly lady— Austrian. Hungarian or Polish. Must keep kosher house. Call between 9 a. m. and 12 noon. Phone 9-7959. Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. NURSE Offers Room and Board For Convalescent. Man or Woman on the Beach Reasonable. Call 5-9746 or 5-9986. Sutcliffe Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late George Sutcliffe, formerly of 5839 N. Bay Road, will take place Sunday, June 3, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Mr. Sutcliffe is survived by his wife, Sylvia; a son, David; and three brothers, Louis, William and Frank: also his father, Norman Sutcliffe. Mr. Sutcliffe was a member of Temple Beth Sholom. Arrangements an in charge of Palmers' Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. •iami 32. Florida -Connecticut Companies JufyCkutno&tfo 1055 W. FLAGLER ST. PH. 9-6441 2300 N.W. 7th AVE.PH. 2-8408 rk..i.i n fCol 1 Joseph Koch, commandant of the Chaplains Chaplain (Ooi.; ^" • jWB's Division of ReSchool. For, S ocu^ N.^ in an ?~ !" Jewish commun ity ligious Activities, paid > !" ^g into j he chaplaincy for "the tagh tyw and Aaracter men m ^ £ BfflS2tt*WS ^ ision ol ReHgi0US Activities The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Affiliated Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ADVISES THE PUBLIC 1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruih M 1 D 3 is displayed : 2. And to buy only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H. H 1 D J as this is the only identification which proves that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet. For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 5-3595 Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Soolin. Secy. S. LobeL Treas.



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IY, JUNE 1. 1951 +JmMh fhridlian PAGE 11 A pi FINE TRIBUTE TO AN OUTSTANDING MAN! Sm Hf AIK Sffl JEH l ? ,ttFUL CONSIDERATION OF THE QUALIFICATIONS )F ALL OF THE CANDIDATES IN THE CITY COUNCIL RACE, HAVE ALLOWED USE OF THEIR NAMES IN INDORSING THE CANDIDACY OF ORRI (MOE) Mr. and Mrs. Harry Abeiman Herman Adelman Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ansin Joe Arkin J. Bandes Mr. and Mrs. Emil Baum Frank Becker Mrs. Jean Becker Sidney Berger Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bershadsky Dr. Theodore M. Berman Mr. and Mrs. Abe Blatt Mr. and Mrs. M. Bloom John Boyer Ben Binder Mrs. Paula Bloom Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brenner Pearl Brown Gertrude Bowler Elsie Brockman Alex H. Bruenn Alvin Budner Mollie Budner Solomon Budner Dr. Joseph Burns Norman Burman Mrs. Ruth Burman Dominick Camerota George R. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. S. Cohen Walter E. Charlan Charles Danton Albert Devore Regina DeCromer Mr. and Mrs. David Drucker Jack Elbaum Regina Elbaum Roslyn Elbaum Irving Ellis Lee J. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Arthur England Mr. and Mrs. George Engelhardt Aaron Farr Mrs. Myra Farr Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Feiner Mr. and and Mrs. William Farr Milton Feller Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Finke Mrs. Yetta Forkosch Marvin Fra^cel Mildred Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Philip Freid Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Fried Morris Fishman Arthur Frishman Mr. and Mrs. Edward Friedman Mrs. Sarah Frishman Mr. and Mrs. Elia Gabay Seigfried Geismar Richard E. Gerstein Dora Godfrey Henry Gohdes Mr. and Mrs. A. Gariinkel Beulah Godwin Ben Goldberg Mrs. Betty Goldman Mr. ar.d Mrs. Al Goldman Harry Goldining Shirley Goldblatt Mr. and Mrs. Simon Goldblatt It's Time For A Change! <*7,J* £' '"1. /3 •>V Mrs. Eve Goldman Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Greene Sam Green Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Greenberg Mr. and Mrs. Morton Greenwood Mr. and Mrs. Max Gross Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gultman Mrs. Charlotte Haas Anna Harris Dorothy Hunt Hargrove Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harris Rose Heine Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hennessy Sid L. Hertz Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hess Irving Hirsch Gabriel Hirsch Mrs. Faye Hirsch Nathan H. Hochman Mrs. Miriam Huberman Sidney H. Huberman Mr. and Mrs. Russell Imerblum Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson Andrew Johnson Charles Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Katz Anna Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. J. Kaufman Harty Kershaw William Kay Mr. and Mrs. Al Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kenholtz Mr. ar.d Mrs. N. G. Kirsch Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kolber Mrs. Alexander Kogan I. E. Kochaer William B. Kobrin Fern King Mr. and Mrs. George Knohl Mr. and Mrs. Kornblum Mrs. Celia Kosch Mr. ar.d Mrs. Stanley Kossoff Jack Kovarcik Irving Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Krone Mr. and Mrs. H. Kupferman Hannah Kumble Mr. and Mrs. Barney Kushen Jack Laden Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Lake Mr. and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leibowilz Mr. and Mrs. Duke Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Levington Dr. and Mrs. H. Levison Clemence Levy Mrs. Henry Levy M. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Lidsky Estelle Marcus Benjamin H. Mandell Mrs. R. Manischewitz Benjamin A. Marquit Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mejia Herman Miller Mr. and Mrs. Philip Morris Mr. and Mrs. Abe Moss Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nathan Irving Nash Bessie Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Julian Newbauer Godfrey Newman P. Paetro Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Stanley S. Phillips Louis Pokress Stanley Pred Dr. and Mrs. Denis P. Quittner Mr. and Mrs. N. Doug. Raff Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Randell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robins Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rodin Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rokaw Dr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Rose Chaim Rose Shirley Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rossman Mrs. Bertha Rubin Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Rubin Mrs. Lilly Rubin Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rubin Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rubin Mr. and Mrs. William Rubin Vivion B. Rutherford Sam Samuels Sidney A. Saltz Mr. and Mrs. Ben Salzman Elaine Schwartz Mrs. Fanny Schwartz Mrs. Lester Sale Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schwartz Morris Schneider Fred Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Schiff Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Shnayerson Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sillins Mr. and Mrs. Abe Solosko Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Schlapik Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simberg Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sperling Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell Mrs. Fred Somerstein Mrs. A. E. Sorrenlir.o Mrs. Clara Spitz Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianoff Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Taylor Sol Tamen Dr. and Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe Mr. and Mrs. V. Velazquez Mr. and Mrs. Bertram C. Waller Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Waitzkin Joseph Wexler Winnie Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Felix Wolf Ray Walker Burton Young Mr. and Mrs. Raphael K. Yunes Abrahcm Zinnamon Mrs. Mae Zinnamon E SURE TO ATTEND THESE RALLIES! TONIGHT—(FRIDAY) FLAMINGO PARK 8:30 P. M. ENTERTAINMENT SUNDAY, JUNE 3rd COPA CITY CLUB 8:30 P. M. Capacity Limited—Come Early Entertainment—Refreshments MONDAY, JUNE 4th WORKMEN'S CIRCLE 25 WASHINGTON AYE. 8:30 P. M. Refreshments—Entertainment IBECAUSE OF TIME AND SPACE LIMITATIONS. NAMES OF ADDITIONAL HUNDREDS OF SUPPORTERS OF "MOE" BERICK REGRETABLY CANNOT BE LISTED. I Paid Poll • al % 


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PAGE 12 B *Jewisti fhrkBan Son Of Miamians Ordained As Rabbi Pictured at a recent luncheon at the Sorrento Hotel are Mrs. Harry Kaufman, district vice president, who is presenting the charter of the newly organized Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women to Mrs. Gerald P Soltz. president. Looking on is Mrs. Ben Jacobs, religious chairman of the chapter. Friendship Club Schedules Picnic The Social Friendship Club of and suit drinks will be provided the Flagler-Granada Jewish free of cha Community Center will sponsor its first utdoor activity in the f >rm of an all-clay picnic at the i icnic gr mnds of Matheson Hammock Park on Sundav. June 3, at 10:30 a. m. An informal program of activities has been innounced by Ben Jen..-. the lub' i hairman, consisting of g imes, songs, ,m<\ dancing. Entertainment will be provided bj Alex Drucker, member of the Miami Band, and Mr. Erna Dermer, in a program of .<;i_'in I i K itations, t; >1 len Agers fr im neighboring immunities of West Miami. Hial ah, Mi imi %  : Coral • I bles h ivc be i There is no ad i Picnici: I iwn lunches. A motor pool is being set up for those lacking transportati in. Anyone wishing to attend the picnic is invited to phone Ben Jonas at 82-8090. or 83-7686. MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AND LARGEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME L. A. Levine Coleth Heard Irving Blasberg Funeral Director MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED ^ DIGN P ry *W RESPECT our competent staff is ready to re lieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. AMBULANCE SERVICE S-SX44 7hen.tniat CAa/tr/ 1850 ALTON KOAD MIAMI BEACH Martin Food Products Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Delicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Call Martin Food Products 10 S. E. 5th St. Miami Phone 9-1697 Distributors of Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments Paul Martin Tillie Livingston KOSHER ZION Richard G Hirsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hirsch of 1343 Meridian ave., Miami Reach, will bo ordained as rabbi and awarded the deg i e ol Master of Hebrew Letters Sunday m irning at c >mmencement exercises •'' the Cincinnati school of the Hebrev Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. A luate of the University of Cincinnati where he received a B.A., Rabbi Hirsch occupied pulpits in Beckley, W.Va.. Kokomo, Ind.. Mansfield, O., Ardmore. Nov.. Annison. Ala., and Oca la. Fla. while preparing for the rabbinate. • An outstanding student, he won the Mitchell Meyers prize of $100 for the best Hebrew ess.tv on "A Critical Evaluation^ £ "" awarded thei^j Mem irial p,j Ze M the social „ •; ^ ^ ITS A REAL FREEZER! A separate compartment with a separate door. Holds up to. 70 poundj of frozen foods. Freezes fresh foods and leftovers! V IT'S A BIG REFRIGERATOR' A separate compartment with a separate door. Never needs defrostkfl And it's really big—153-i square feet of shelf area! y IT'S GOT Aimco MAGNETIC DOOIS! The new miracle doors that seal magnetically! No slamming, no latches, no noise! Lower door opens with the touch of a foot pedaL



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PAGE 10 B ZJk*J8tJ&£gSMl Dr. Jacob H Kaplan Proposals Read, Resolutions Adopted, At Annual Florida Rabbis Convention The annual Convention of tinAssociation of Florida Rabbis met last Monday, at the Hollywo id Jewish Community Center, at which time papers were delivered bv Rabbi Moses Mescht loff of Beth Jacob, Rabbi Ralph DeKoven of Zamora Cong., Coral Gables, and Rabbi Moshay Mann <>i Temple Isaiah, Miami Beach. The papers covered thi Talmudic attitude on gambling, the Proselyte, and the philosophy implied in the word "poor. The convention, under the chairmanship of Rabbi Jacob J. rlcnig ol the Hollywood Jewish Center, together with the other members of the resolutions committtee, Rabbi Henry Okilica Daytora, and Dr. Marius Ranson, of Ft. Lauderdale, passed the follow ing : i solutions: "That eff irts be made by all state Rabbis to notify thi s Boards of Jewish holidays and that no school activit.es be planin d dm ing Jewish holiday: Sabbath. That all Rabbi-, join in the effort to secure complete religious freedom for all school children in tin. state." "That the Asso iation unanimously endorses the proposal of Senator J. William Fulbright of Arkansas that Congress designate a C immission •'of private citizens <>f outstanding achievement and character whose integrity is beyond question" to formulate standards of conduct for i olio officials beyond what can be i nf in ed i y law. to publiciz I and then to enable both t:i i elect >r ite and the i i kn iw what is i xi" ted il them if t h to enl public •in 11 Kaplan f Mi I ,...., ; i.i .: i :i si ; -. rs fanuel Gn teii West Palm .' • %  The I their wives I Ji entci ed by a cornLad .! I %  %  • Loi K Herbert Manuel %  • '.! nbliom. • : ent G is, Mrs Sail ".: AbraMi H !'-.. i onv r.l I nunity it whi !: tin • Rj bbi : Si P • %  'ii thi domin I in making to • %  • I ther Ral Di .1 N I, Kabbi m April, Rabbi M R bbi Hyman Freed Rabbi MOM, sk p, Rabbi Leon mish, Rabbi Loon Jaffee. FRIDAY, Army Needs Typists The Department of Army urgently needs and is offering indefinite appointments to qualify d stenographers and typists for duty in Washington, D.C. Int-'i vieweis will be available from May 28 to June 1 at the office of the Florida State Em501 N'.E. 1st Ave., to conduct aptitude ti sts and interviews and to arrange ting d ites of qualified individuals, SUMMER PRICES PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery I Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Marcie Liber man Reviews Platform Marcie Librman, currently seeking re-election to Miami : Beach City Council, points to his spearhi iding of Miami Beech's outstanding off-street parking am which ha rved as a m d< for communities thi out the country Liberman, who h.e brought a busirii p 'i::t of View t I the i tuncil, through his experience as vice president of the Mercantile National Bank, has rightfull) earned the title—"W I ity's treasury," nis As former mayor and council m.m. Liberman, broke ground for th, Miami Beach auditoium and played an essential role in making it a reality. He led in the I %  pment of Latin-Ami tourist trade and headed the first Cubi Day celebration, Liberman was instrumental in the construction of Miami He.uh's new ''Whiteway" street lightii m, ni H parks anci ether recent city improvements. cie, however, realizes "there is still much to d i and we must keep everlastingly on the job." "He will continue to fight for additional street improvements, more recreational facilities and a postoffice that really belongs to the city of Miami Beach, not just a branch postoffice. WHERE TO VOTE! In the Miami fteaeh K|^ t| Here are thPrecinct Numbers and VatU. the Juna 5 Miami Beach Election. If V mi .. %  ?*•* iv e Precinct in which you live—Phone th-fV"^^ tration Deft.. 5-6041. ns Clt r H.i£ Pre:inct 2!—Fire Station at 6860 Indian Creek Dri. 26—North Beach Elementary School at 41 5 ,%. 27—Fir e Station at Dade Boulevard and Pu?*5* <*H 23 — Miami Beach i Auditorium, 1700 Washing ^ Fire Station at 12th Street and wiUffi A'" 1 Association Buildinn =. o-. 8 ." AT W. 31 30—Benevolent Association Buildinq at 930 ii." K 31-South Beach Elementary School ai 4th S T ?? i 32-Municpal Pier at Ocean Drive and Biscayn e St^ 01 C iz, of N :c B ta M re di H Fi IK Beach Y Splash Party The Outdoor Club of the Beach Y will hold a spla h danceparty Saturday, June 2 .,t 9 p.m. at the Town and Beach Club, Miami Beat h, Sv imming, dancing ..nd other entertainment will be fcatun I REV. ABRAHAM SEIF CERTIFIED MOHEL Experienced in Leading Hospitals in New York Call 5-1682 ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Federal Bldg. PHONE 3-7796 CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 Miller Electric Quality Contracting and 404 S.W. 8th Avenue Phone 9-2477 UPSI? S0F \ ThiS eleqan! %  • •' D "P *" > !" r08iUen, "'fid %  ffi^Swci^cfSJ! a t housand d ecorative i abricB !" a nd aSSW Y'ed curved pieces are available at Empire Furniture Factory JW" 1225 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Miami 9-6427 rnn Fridavs until 9 P*



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PAGE 2 B +Jen 1st ncrkfiar Hanna Senesch Group To Seat New Leaders lli,. Hanna Senesch group of Hadassah will hold its intalhtion luncheon on June 4 at the Shelborne H >tel, Miami Beach, Offici 9 i be installed Mesdames Abraham G I i sident; Moi i i. Alperl ary president; Felix Halzl vice president; Hairy Magid, vice %  esident; Ralph Spero, \ i %  president; and Max Weil :. \ .. sidi nt. \' Mi sdames Hi rn n P • :i f %  :* i r 11.; recretai y, Ni stordam, i irresp nding se reM \ May, ssisl nl c %  i "ding secretarj; Charles B II, financial • y; Al Robinson, si cial seen tary; MauBeach T Will Seat Members, Leaders At Annual Meeting YV \WHA • Mi n Bi ..> ". v\ill ii Is now offi'ireel ing ai i Leo Hub .n ith lent; Vi lenl th Ok \ E Ossip, Mrs Milt .n Sirkii Car] SiKskin.i: R< s, tary: Arthur DeGutz tary: Dr M. B Cirlin; I'm in 'ial Si Ab ham Cohen ,"".,rk I 11 1 ;: Feuer, auditor; and Be: K >hl, chapter n ; • tive. Mrs. Max Weitz ipvogram man and Mis. [rwin Wemstm will be installing officer. Interview For Shapiro l. "Id Shapiro, narrator on the radio program. "Builders ol '•" ovei station WINZ, will bo interviewed Sunday. June 3 at 1:15 p.m. by M. Nasatir. director of the Yiddish Classical Hour <>n the subject -A City 'hat Grew." This will replace his usual biographical sketches of Jewish m,n and women who devoted then lives to the establishment of a Jewish state Members of I tors of the Bi ach "Y Milton Sirkin. h norj The May ir; Carl Susskind. Cai 1 Weinkle, Hairy Zukernick; Rabbis; Irving L -hrman Leon K Moses Mi hel iff. To bs installed is members I the Hoard of Direct irs for the coming yearare: Archie Brick; |Mrs Geo. M. Cohen; Dr. Stanley Coltunc. Judse Irving Cypen jMrs. Joseph Duntov; Victor Ebi : Malvin Englander; Ben Oilier. Mrs Lawrence Goldberg; Dr. Lewis Julien; Mrs Rebecca Krieger; Jaek Lamport: Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz: Ehiel Lesowodei Ma> Meisel; Miss Gertrude Mill, r; Joseph Moonoy. Dr. David Prensky; Leonard Schiff; Fred Sewall; Burton Sherman: I. B. SimkoWilliam Sussman; Mrs. Mrs. Louis Glasser. national rice president of h %  • of the E„h„ Chapter ol the AJC. Piu,?a, ,h. rU„ftSTrttai Je w h c ,<3 !" ". tauta* David Walterman; Mrs. Carl wi ;.'..••.:• %  Stu irt Wirist 'n: Mi Milton Weinkle; Mrs. fi V m [i rman, mark the miere P nee of the Bl h "V" Symph mv Orch. I •: .n ol r; • %  %  • : ol the Jewish Centi A '' : M...'Mi. Th,. .rchestra M • trt "Night Musi< & nade," and '"' m mt Overture." The business meeting which is the evening :t be •' %  "' and com ise .,::A a demonlion of the -V program is illustrated through an ex• prepared bv staff and • [Pants in the -V p, ,g r am This will show the range and | sc >pe i i the Agency's activitii from th,. Nursery School to the Golden Age Club. A Hosti >5 C 'Mi nit'e %  -.'.ill -eat people in tlie outdo,, : area whicl •s beinj illy rected for tiiis program. In addition, t will he a R'efn bmenl %  -. %  \. tee headed by Mr Ann i Goldberg, Presidi ntof t Golden A-,' Friendship Club. Following the installoti in of i the ffic. Mark M rk s and his %  t V provide two I mrs or sooiai dancinu. Tin public is invited and there is n i admission chai ge The A:;, ngi menl C. mmitte. ror tni: event has been under '•• •• % %  chairmanship of Mr. Jaek LampoTt. HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WQAM, Sunday, 10:30 A.M. — •— n Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87| RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-Presidenl Leon Kaplan was re-elected to the executive committee of the Jewish Centers Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board at its annual meeting Sunday u a y 2 at ,he B bizon Plaza Hotel. New York City. SUNR4YPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOB REST. COWVALESCEIta AND CMKMtlC CUES It* .W M~ COU.I FLORIDA. JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned ACE BUG CLEAXERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone S-ll' RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING 2235 S w r !!^' ARDE ^ 0N THE TRAIL" 2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE MIS | FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES o„.„ c Y ISIT OUR NE W PATIO,Zl. 12 No0n MR *MARIA FREYEH, Oww rVt^ F 0 LUN CHEON8 AND PRIVATE PARTIES ALFINE LOUNGE MAGIC RUDY pr om VIENNA Meizanine Floor -METROSmokiMl Fish Corp. WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS • SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA Now Shipment of Herrings and GJreek Olives I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 Get EXTRA interest on £i your surplus funds C kx^ Dial 58-5300 MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE And Be Sure m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products'* Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery r„. VUit Ur Fa t INTEREST on Savings •Compounded Twice a Year Your account insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, D. C. up to 510,000.00 INDUSTRIAL Leonard L Abest, President 46 W. FLAGLER ST. OFF. COURT MOUSE MIAMIfi. VINOS N K



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PAGE 8 B *>Jelstinvrklk*ri Religious Directory... bliami Hebrew School and ConCantor Louis D Fedi egation (Orthodox) will hold mornii es will be nM ... 8:30 when the rabbi will discuss "tt a lur %  • %  •".., America." The B M '. I auren, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Purit will follow. Saturd will speak on th< weekand oi ou fathei Tl is U be folFRIDAY c;od Saturday Bar Mitz% gregation es for ..1! gi aduatirlg from high SChOOl : Sunday. Dr, J cob Kaplan will give t. i cat I Rabbi Simon April wil freshments will be served, and all pai i ts an i nds an invited. Fris will be 1 ; 64.) with Satur servici | 8:30. The rabbi will eak or. the portion of the week %  I at 5:30 p. m. will hold class ethics, followed by Mincha al ; I s Sudos and Maai iv will follow. Hi brew school is held daily from 3:30 to 6:30 with ly services at 7:30 a. m. and 6:45 p. m. Corel Gables Jewish Center 'Liberal) will combine Jewish War Veterans installation cere-' nies with the regular Friday ing services at 8:15. At that. ;:me. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be named honorary chaplain of • 243. The Oneg Shabat will feature interfaith committee ofticer Maeren Gello as guest .-peak. : Saturday service and study will be held at 9:30 .:. m. Cantor Joseph W. Malek d Sti phi n Kessler, orj luct t is I portion th -.. %  < s. Congregation Beth Jacob (Or.... rvii • i un ler su : Ra' ; : Mo :: and : by Re Mincha and chool S IS held by the Laws of ing at 10:45. the vah of Jan es Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs Edward Roth, will be held, Cat • 'i S muel Kelemer will render the musical portions of all sen i Beth Tfilah (Orthodox) hear Joseph E. Rackovsky conduct Fridaj i venii g w rvices at 6:30. The Rabbi will preach on ind Their Reaction" at his Saturday morning services will Mond igh Thursday at 3:30 an( j -Ethics of th( Fathers" al FA5TRMEF and on Sundaj fi M noon. Beth David (Conservative) will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 and Saturday morning serv: 9 w it student services al 10:30. Ral bi Max Shapiro and Ca tor Maurice Mamches will officiate. During the Sabbath services three boys will be Bar Mitzvah. They are: Barry, son ij Mr and Mrs. lirving Hyman: Ira of Mr. and Mrs. William Minor: and Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. G> rge Vinnik, Tin annual picnic of the Beth David Religious ils will be held all day Sunday al Crandon Park. A motorcade will leave at 10 a. m. The P. T. A. and the Men's Club will be in charge of activities both athletic and recreational during the ")•'.'•' Parents are urged to t %  th< Sj nag igui at 9:45 to the mot >n aae. S< m s and vill be awardt liviti Israelite Center C nservative) lailj services at 8 a n n I 6 ith Fi iday night at 6 Satu 9 a. m. Rab i A i speak the we< kly Talmud class • 4 with Mincha al 5 I >1bj Shalos Su li H i is held daily Monday igh Thursday with Sunday : al 10 a. m. Bar Mitzvah I P IUI, son oi Mr and Mrs. Israel Kussner. will tak< place on S.itHebrew Academy (Orthodox) will condu I Fi iday < vening si rv.: 6:30 ai Saturday at 9 a. m. under thi direction of Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Saturday at 4:30 there will IMa story hour ildren | the communiR< fn shmi nts will be served IK brew dai i < s and songs • Miss Bol :• Lauer. held at 0:30 p. m. Shalos Sudos following. are I i Id daily at 7:30 a. m. and 0 45 th Sunday ing services at 8. Downtown Synagogue (Orthod \ will have Friday evening es at 6:30 conducted bv rid Saturday services at 8-30 a. m. Min• 6:30 p. m. followed j i 1 \l ;.. J. M"mym keep • good tupply of Alka-StlUer on hand baiii you never know whai time o( day or night you may need the relief 11 ofltr.. Alka-Seluer is pleasant to the taste—cuy to lake Ask your druggist lor Alka-Seluer today Rememoer, when your Ublitj get down to four — %  hat', ihr rime io bur •ome rnorm! I. BIRNBAUM Associate Director M. NASATIR Program Director WINZ Proudly Presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR NOW—3 TIMES WEEKLY Friday & Sunday — 12 Noon Tuesday Evening — 6 P.M. HAROLD SHAPIRO Narrator RABBI ISAAC H. EVER Commentator Shalos Sudos and Maariv. • morning service will be at 8:30. and daily services are held at U a. m. and 6:45 p. m. : Temple Belh El of West Palm j Beach (Conservative) will con-! duct Friday evening services at j 6:30 and Saturday morning serv-' it 9. all under the direction of Rabbi Manuel Greenstein Hebrew school is held Monday through Thursdav at 3 p. m. Flagler Granada Religious Croup : olds services at 7:30 a. m. Monday through Friday. Satures are held at 9 a. m. and Sunday morning at 8. Heschool is held Mondays ar.d N : -' y 'I'om 4 to 6 p. m. Young Israel Synagogue of Bt ..ch invites all members ther parts of the country Visiting in Miami Beach to j'tten d ervices They will be held Friday evening at 6:30. Sat'i:30 p. m., and daily at 8 a. m. and 6:30 I' Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Conn. unity Center. Late Friday SO p m. Cantor Be! '' ssbi rg will chant the "•" SI bat will folTifereth Israel Northside Center will hold Friday services at •' by Rabbi reitelbaum. Saturday services will be held at 9 a. ni with Sunday school at 10. Tempie Israel of West Palm (Reform) will have a conSi ration service for three con81 B.15. Augmenting services will be the Temple Israel quartette i and special festival music. Conj fjrmands are Richard Bkrkner. Gerald Cohen and David Platz Sabbath services for the summer will begin Friday evening, j I 8. Temple Belh Sholom (Li er.,li will hold Friday evening at 8:15 wren Rabbi Leo,. K. „ will preach or. "Are You Living I the aftern ion service. Daily tervleld at 7:30 a. m. followed by Mishna. Mishna at 6:45 p. m is followed on Monday and Thurs lay by class in Ein Yakov, and Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday by class in Jewish laws and customs Maariv is held daily at 7 p. m. Kneselh Israel (Orthodox) will hold Friday evening services at 6 and Saturday morning services at 8:30 conducted by Cantor Abraham Self. At 4:30 a class in Talmud will be conducted. Mincha at 5:30 will be followed by Shalos Sudos Zmiras will follow and Maariv will complete the services. Daily services at 8 a. m. followed by a class in Jewish Laws and cast. Hebrew is held daily Monday throu from 3:30 to 6:30 i). m. religious 10 1 noon with %  n : thi office daily Miami Beach Jewish Center will hoi I late FriI 8 30 p. m. IVar Vel %  ernns irman will ;• "In Faith Shi 11 Yc Build" i ; %  Lesti %  S command., r, Miami !' %  ach Post 330 and Hvlan I! Kout, national liais m officer, Ji wish War Vetns, will participate. Saturday moi nins servici I m. The rabbi will pre; n "The We, Portion of the Law." Bar Mitzvah of Frank, son of Mrs. Bitty Wi iss and Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Bartman. Ca: Jacob Y. Goldring will chant, as| sisted by the center choir, under the direction of Ben Yomen. Saturday afternoon bible class 5 j p. m.. followed bj Shalos Sudos. Junior services 9:30 a m. Saturday morning in the assembly hall I ol the school budding. Daily religious school Mond.y through ( Thursday from 3:30 p. m. to 6:30 ; p. m. with Sunday school 10 to n. High school for Jewish studies Sunday 10 a. m. and dailv services in the chapel 8 a. m. and 6:45 p. m. Jewish Community Center ol Hollvwood will hear Rabbi Jacob Ronig conduct early Fri evening service., at 6:30 and Saturday morning at 9:30. This will be followed by the Bar Mifotvah of David Greitzr., Daily morni ing services are held at 9. Relij gious school closing exen will be held Sunday at 11 a. m. whin certificates and awards will be presented. North Shore Jewish Center on Friday evening and Saturday morning will have ... it cantor Paul Beck. Rabbi Philip Fried will speak on the "Need f. r a Neshamah Yeseirah.*' Saturdav mor.ung services 9:15 followed by Bar Mitzvah of Jerry, son ol Mi and Mrs. Bi-n Ross Temple of Israel of M'ami (Relorm), Friday evening. June 1 8:lo o'clock. Baccalaureatei ic e honoring those Temple Israel alumni who are graduating from thCreate, Miami senior high f''""' f t( "s term. Honored guest Mr. Olin C. Webb, principal. Miami Beach Senior High School. Sri r-\ pt !i R Narot w,n di8 cua The Challenge x „ Our Ho m ,. s U and Religion." Reception to follow gei vice, C30RDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS win ,.v. on n w roof gyp" "Batiifaetory Work by EDri.nc.d M*n" 414 tMtZP*"" S. J. hrt'i'tlmnn HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebr.w Rliglo M SuppH M Fo r Syna B ogne, and Priral. Use. Also fo r Hebrew Schools. C'-ISD i;^c Telephone 5-9017 E IOW AS 4* amain MORTGAGE I oTSi HENRY EWQlFHa WHY Aaron Cour ,s A Candidate BECAUSE J *• .2 ,y c f un S.' 8 —. oi the 18 ue of public beaches. BECAUSE £*• c o f Co r a s w^i needs oi workers, wage amJ? •mall business men oi our community. BECAUSE *" ** Council P* one lara above the allotted sum fTJ. 1 tonum in direct defianre oi publir mandate. BECAUSE *• CUy C Uncil has Mflwhi. tour years to purchase parldnglot,, oi 15th street, when the money was available. BECAUSE ** City Counci1 8 indifference to, lie funds b-, paying interest |j| yeaxp on thi


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JUNE 1. 1951 laffer Leads ier Unit Again ec Jnffer vr reelerted if the Greater Miami bf Pioneer Women, the Labor Zionist OrganAmerica, at a meeting foup last wci'k. Jffi, ers elected are Mrs. ildman, financial seclrs. Anna Sorin Bild. ling secretary: Mrs. i, recording secre|Futh Fiedler, treasut'er; riot Edwards, local corchaimen are Mesennie Seitlin, Moatzat Sara Feinstein and tntzes, Child Rescue Pookspan and Sophia ewish National Fund; Idler, membership: Ruth ural; Roa*mary Kaplan, Helen Shapiro, pubIffer was also chosen by to represent it at the Pioneer Women convenor held in Chicago the feck-end in September, her return, she will repoit when, an instalSofficcrs of the ^Council will be held. Also to iccisij recognition are jry comrairti*, consistpresidentT cf the five RTomcn clut; in the area II assist Mrs. Jaffer in and carrying out the rk. Pioneer Women Council ner celebration attend>cr 200 people. May 24 nth Haven Hotel, after onish addressed tht |ere was a spontaneous for purchase of bonds ate of Israel amounting Ittee Appointments Ittee appointments for VOut-The-Vote rally of hi Beach Junior Chamber fcerce in connection with [5 city election, were anSaturday by President Idson. Hy, to be held Monday June 4, in the municipal tm, will feature brief each of the 27 candial chairman is Malvin K. Robert Schwartz will txae of ushers: Saul GeMel Shrago will direct hool coordination, and tiger, and Marshall Lanhandle publicity. +Jewisti fhridsar? IN N THK l f.f,., B Y ,, PUBL| CATION tiStffiM VIVIAN TOSCANO Plaintiff, \. .1-1 IN TOSCANO, i' 1 Mr. John Ton 90 M Mill, l'| foT 1 ^, ffl arc fur ii %  \ :n Hi,. %  Offlc. ..I the Clerk o Court, on or bel J 9,1, %  Ihi '" ilnl will i,.tak. bj I .. i %  I. this 2S clav of \i n IB LEATHERMAN Dade County, [•' (I Iroult i lourl .-. By M. C l EIGE, MYERS, I, ..MAN £ Attorneys for Plain) fl 850 Seybold Bu Miami ::.'. Florida 8/1-8-15-22 LEGAL NOTICE l4n J.£ T > IN CHANCERY. No. ilani To: MARJORIE V H %  [>. N„ i. Kntonah, \. V"' Al:l: • %  I ii;.. i •...,... BALDWIN, BALDWIN, K REB1 • : ..| | h .,, „ been LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B — • %  County, THE TIT AUK Ni i ,v •IM?,T ,CE BV PUBLICATION IN I HE CIRCUIT COURT OP ELEVENTH JUDICIAL .11: OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR I COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, CHARLES GEORGE HAMES Plaintiff, vs. ELLA HAMES, Defendant. TO; ELLA HAMES, Apt. 28 1571 Lexington Ave. New York, N v YOU aiv require,1 in serve a ( .,,i,v of your answer to the iiin .,r complain) for divorce on plaintiff's attorney. an.i to fibtinoriginal answer in iii.. >rt!..,. or lb.c'l.-rk .if the Circuit Courl on or i,,.f,,i-,. 1 1,.• :".i .lav of June, 1951. otherwise, ih,> bill .,f complaint for divorce heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed i>v you. DATED at Miami, Florida, ibis "9 day of May, i • E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit <'ourt. (Circull Court Seal) By WM W STOCKING, I"' MICHAEL M. IriEXBERG Atty, for Plaintiff Mo? Biscayne Bldg, Miami, Florida. 6/1-8-15-22 Club To Meet 'a Club of Tifereth Isle Center will meet i Wednesday, May 30, W. Seventh Ave. Rabtl Greenstein of West ich will speak on 'New teligious Philosophy.' Robbins will discuss tror Todav and Yeswatermelon cutting the meeting. 1LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, NO 111 I" i JOSEPH BEUTSCH, Pla I vs ELIZABETH DEUTSCH, l lefendanl. TO ELIZABETH DEUTSCH 993 Columbus Avenue New York City, New York V'T ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required i rve a copy of your answer on the plaintiff's attorney, FRANK E FREEMAN, 1521 Pan American Bank Building:, Miami. Florida, and file the orglnal in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 28 day of June. 1951, in default of which this Mill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you DATED this 29 dav of May, 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, I % %  nuty Clerk. 8/1-8-15-22 .. or before the i,vn:l Hi'" '• day of M.,v %  (i Ii mi Cou •' '• l: ILEAHERMAN, By: WM. W. .-TIM-KIN.; NORMAN l: LYONS "" l '" > '''' k UP Olympla Bldg Fla. Attorney for Pli 5/11-18-23 6/1 i in Iff. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that be umi..rsi K „...i. desiring to eng*e In business under the fictitious name ,. ,., £ A YJ a BLOUSE SHOP at 211 N. p. ist street, Miami, I?; w /i ".M ,'" r**i 8ter saii1 with the < lerk of the Circuit of Dad,. ounty, Florida, ESTHER G. KURZROK, MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN"" Attorneys for Applicant Seybold Building 5/11-18-25 6a Florname Court Plaintiff, vs. Di fendant. ,. J. OTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY—IN CHANCERY. No. 1 10972. MARION L. JARVIS, EDWARD JARVIS, To: Edward Jarvls, Summit Avenue, York town Heights, New York, YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy "f your Answer to the I'.ili of Complaint for Divorce on the tiffs attorney, and to file the m Answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dade County, Florida, on or before the nth day of .luce, 1951: otherwise the bill ni" complaint filed herein will itaken as confessed by you. BATED at Miami, Florida, this 3 daj of May, 1951. E. B. LEAHERMAN, clerk Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM w .v.m?,T ,CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LM ,V>," l: BADE COUNTY, MioM CHANCERY, NO. ROBERT EMBLETON, Plaintiff VI I STELLE II. EMBLETON, 1 'ill ndant. TII ESTELLE II. EMBLETON 5n Shi.-1,1s Street Elmwo id, Connecticut. ,'"' \RK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill for Divorce hat beei you In the al e herebj am' # a o 00py f %  ''"'"' Answer to the ; ", "'.' ""I 1 t for 1 ..,, iiin lalntin attorneys, and file th. Inal m the office of the Clerk i iicuii r our .,„ ,„. before the 13th !" y r June A, D. 1951, otherwise e %  Pro Confi -.-.. will be against you, This Notice .-hall be published eacn week for four consecutive w< JEWISH FLORIDIAN Dated at Miami. Florida, this day of Maj E B LEATHERMAN ,r-, ,. '' I lk %  Circuit Court. 11 Ircuit r i s.;>!i Bj WM. W BTOCKING, PALOT, SILVER, ABDoV Ml Attorneys t. .i Plaintiff f"j5 nB 6 r ? 1 h | ,n BBlMlwr, Miami. Pla titered I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. iN PROBATE, NM.i In Ri : ESTATE OF LEON FREE i sed To All Credit irs md'A ii vCl ilms or l"-ri m Is Ag ilnst Sj I Estati %  I re hereb; nd claims an i di ni nds %  iu, or either '.f you, may have igalnst the estate of LEON lal 1121 South Mi \ nml, Dade C ml F Hon. W. Blanl < l '• %  %  • 'o ml). and file the %  the Cou In I lade <' I i, |th n %  calendar month* I of the fli si publlcai '"a hereol Said lalm i .... di of the clalmnnl and to io and pi. sente I as afi ihi or s... of the I93S Pi %  %  ite Ai I Date May ISth A.D 1151 /-, MAE 8 Ai Executrix of tin Last nnd Testamei • LEI IN FREEI, lei %  ise I MYERS, HEIMAN & KA1 LAN 8n i Sej bold Bl ildlng, H %  ...;.for Exi :' 5/23 6/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to encase in business under the fictitious name 2Jr..B. A ES COUNTY BUSINESS ACIVIC WELFARE LEAGUE at P. (i BOX 4656, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. of County, 5/18-25 6'1-S RICHARD BRYCE. NORMAN R. LYONS, 910 Olympla Bldg., Miami. Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff. 6/11-18-25 6/1 STl ICKING, Deputy Clerk. II! A UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that igned, desiring to engage under the fictitious name Jl RITY CONSTRUCTION Ii (Not Inc.) at 2204 S.W. Miami, Fla. Intend to rejruitii the Clerk of the F' ft of Bade County, Flor'BERT MILLER 8. SUM OFF ATTENTION TORNEYS! Jewish Florldlan oyour legal notices. appreciate your >naae and guaranaccurate service at rates. Phone 2-1141 [messenger service. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, deslrins to in business under the fictitious name -if FINE ARTS STUDIOS at '.'"1 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Fla Intei register said name "iih the Clerk of the Circuit Court "i Bade County, Florida. SAM FELDMAN 8/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business uniiei the fictitious name of FLORIDA HOME U 5923 S W 22nd Ave Intends to register said name with the Clerk ol the C Court of Dade County, Fl HOPKINS I'l'l'l ICATIONS DAVID SHUBOW 8/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TREASURE ISLE COURT, al 1868 North Bay Causeway, Town of North r.ay Village, Miami Beach, Fla, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BENBOW REALTY CO. By: Is/ Irving Greenfield, I %  'lent. GENET A GENET .Attorneys for BENBOW REALTY CO, 5/25 6 1-8-15 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN Till; COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY UI.OH1DA. — IN PROBATE, NO. In He: ESTATE OF HARRY BOLOTIN, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present an] claims and demands which you, or either <>f you, may have against the estatof HARRY i'.'U.' ITIN, dei eased late of Dade county, Florida, to the Hon. w. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in th.County Court House in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of he first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address ol the claimant and to insworn to and presented as aforesaid, or sam.. will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate A I Date May 1". A.D. 1951. HENRIETTA BOLOTIN As Administratrix of the Estate of HARRY BOLOTIN, D. ased. HE COSTAS. MAER FLOYD 6H6-V Dlscayne Bldg., Miami, Fla. Attorneys for Administratrix 5/18-25 6/1-S 12 Will NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO. 1412-M PAUL R RI 'NAN. Plaintiff, vs. EVELYN I. RONAN, I >. fer.dant. To: EVELYN l. RONAN, c/o Walter Doss... Onaga, Kansas You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, .mil to file the original answer In the office of the '"ark of the Circuit Court on or before the -'1 dav of June. A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Bill Of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as conressed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 21st day ol May, ll'-'.l. K. i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk "f the Circuit Court I lade 'ounty, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM W STOCKING i >ep it; • MLTl IN A. FRIEDM \N. Attornej for Plaintiff, I 123 Seyb .id Bldg Miami, Florida :,/-'.-, 6/1-8-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To MARTHA IPSEN, c/o MRS MARTHA RICHTER 55 Forrest Avenue, Paramus, Ne Jersey-, You are notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce his i n against \ oil iii the circuit the nth Judicial Circuit of Dade County. Chan, cry N a ourt of Florida, 141311 by rhorwald Ipsen a/k/a Tommy Ipsen: vou are hereby required to serve a copy "f your answer on Mordecal N Rosch, Plaintiffs Attorney, 12 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and rue the original answer in the clerks offli ( said Court on or before June 25, 1961: or said Bill "ill lie taken as enfessed bv you. Dated: May 24. 1951. E. It LEATHERMAN, "lerk C. Ct. (Circuit Court Seal) By M C. FEIGE, D.C. 6/1-8-16-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrins to engage in business under the fictitious name of Ml \M1 PLASTIC WARE CO al i"Langford Building, Miami. Florida intends to I name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of had. County, Florida, ESTHER HERMAN MILTON l: MANNHHIMER Attorney for Esther Berman 12 Llm oin Hool. Miami Beach, Fla, 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH E IS HEREBY GIVEN that nderslgned, desli n I %  engage In business and. r the fli tltloun I of BEST FINANCE CO., at Room 608 Langford Building, Miami. Florida In,, n( ln name With the Clerk of tbcircuit Court of Dade County, ESTHER BERMAN MILTON K MANNHEIMEF Attornej for Esther Berman 126 Lincoln Road, Miami Leach. Florida. 6/1-8-15-25 ^^ NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO. 140990. BILLY WEST. Plaintiff, vs. IRVING WEST, Defendant. YOU, IRVING WEST, 912 Saratoga Avenue, Brooklyn, New York are hereby notified that a Bill of Compiaint 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 attorney, MAX II. SILVER, V22 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Plead mg in the office ..f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 11th day of June, 1951. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. BONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this ith day ->f May, 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Bade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By w.M. w STi iCKING, Deputy Clerk. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff B22 Seybold Bull Miami ::.'. Florida 5 18-25 8 '1-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN" THE CIRCUIT CMURT OF TIIR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY — IN CHANCERY, NO. 111223. CHARLES SKi.DA, Plaintiff, vs I" (ROTHY SKI IDA, Defi ndanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: DOROTHY SKODA • ".ran'. Btri el Wa) in-. New Jet sey Ynti are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has i n filed against you, and you are required to servi a copy Of y.air Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the t>iaintiff's Attorney, Stanley D. Coidln, Tis Seybold Building, Miami, Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21 day of June, IHI. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against yon for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeka in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 21 day of May, A. D. 1861. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clruit Court, Bade County, Florida, (Circuit Court Si By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. STANLEY D. CAIDIN, 748 Seybold Building Miami. Florid i Attorni v for Plaintiff 5/2S 6/1-8-15 FOU Sir KtfGVST BROS R YE AV is the OF ST.' ITLIN s. COMPANY IB PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 19 N. C 2nd ST. MIAMI St. FL NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY .11 E'S COLR1 IN WD FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE, NO. 26018. In Ri : ESTATE OF ETHEL D OWEN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said You' 'ami each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and di in. MHIS winch you, oi ,.1,1,,.,. ,,, you, ma; have against the e.*at of ETHEL D, OWEN, deceas,.,, late of Miami, Dade i ",''" V ;..:. I ','V i,l,,, to the lb n \\. F LEAN I ON ,.„„„,. judge of Bade County, aiuf %  ,.. ...me in his office in the County C.urthouse In Bade County, within i ghl i nlendar n ,,„ %  date of the first publ ir di mands in.,in Ihi legal add:. claimant and to be s hi of to Of to the will 1951. i !'.'•'. I 'i x Da,e j^?SONL A mVEN \. Executor of the Last Will and ETHEL D. OWI V MYERS* HELM W A KAPLAN By liouis !! %  Iman E >. Ut i" 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLI IRIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY—IN CHANCERY. No. 140973 GEORGE BROSS, Plaintiff, vs. PAULINE BROSS, Defendant. To: PAULINE BROSS, 2S Boll Street. Oelawanna, New Jersey. YOU ARE HEREBY Notified that a bill of complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the bill of complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, and file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, on or before the 11th day of June, 1951, In default of which the bill of complaint will he taken as confessed against you. DATED this :• dav of May, 1951. E. B. LEAHERMAN, clerk circuit Court, Da.le County Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) B) : WM W. NORMAN R. LYONS, :< 10 Olvmpia Bldg., Miami. Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff. 5/11-18-25 ''./l STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undeisigned, di siring t" i in business under thi H name of THE BASKET SHi >P 1622 A %  a Road M ami Bi Intends to register with the Clerk of the Cln if Da le i' II. rida. II w:r.Y ERLANGER JOSEPH PARDO Atl u ney for %  iwner 914 Beybold Bldg. ;./25 6/1-S-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that rslgned mg to ens business under the fictitious name of Tropical Vendors at ill 8. \V. 53rd Qt„ Miami. Fla., intends to roi said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade County, Florida. EDWARD HARELIK, Sole 'w ner. j.2-. 6/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIYEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of BISCAYNE TERRACE BEAUTY SALON, at 280 NI-:. 4th Street. Miami. Fla. intends to register said name with the clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade County, l-loridn GLADYS STANTON. 5/18-25 6/1-8 vs. copy oomNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OI' FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 141258. ALBERT E PARENT. Plaintiff. DOROTHY C PARENT, Defendant TO I'oRiiTHY G. PARENT 70S Blackborse Pike W. Collingswood Heights Mt. Bphrlan Poet office New Jersey YOU are required to serve a of your answer to the bill of plaint 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 25th dav of June, 1951: otherwise, the idil of complaint for divorce, heretofore fl i ii. rein, will be taken as t.v you. DATED it Miami. Florida, this 22nd d.i> of May, 1951. 'H I '" \TH ERM W. Clerk of the circuit Cou %  Bj WM, W STOCKING, Depul EM VNUEL LEVENSON, Att) for Plaintiff, 1407 Biscaj ne Bid Miami, Florida, C 26 ii 1-6-15



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JUNE 1. 1951 *JewistJkrSdHan PAGE 5 B YOUR SUMMER ITION IN THE BLUE )GE MOUNTAINS IEOLA LAKE INN D n Lake Osceola 3ERSONVILLE. N. C. JOE RUBIN I Owner-Manager 5PENING JUNE 1st S cial Low Rates for Month oi June nerican Plan Only lest Jewish-American Cuisine Rooms with Bath or Shower Ivate Beach and Dock Letters To The Editor A ORRY About Your FOOD Zo-nplete Catering Service Uutihil Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA %  SILVERWARE LINENS Iteriainmeni and all other Pcrr.-.al and informal affairs toils arranged for your PHONE 3-5463 SHTS, SUNDAYS A. HOLIDAYS 83-1986 JACK & JILL CATERERS N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 ILIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life ln. Co. 907 Bkscayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. Editor, The Jewish Floridian Dear Sir: As a parent in this community who is vitally interested in Jewish Education, 1 should like to take this opportunity to publicly felicitate all the congregations and the Bureau of Jewish Education who participated in the historic graduation for all our respective Hebrew Schools and the Hebrew High School of Greater Miami. It is an event which should not go unnoticed. Listening to the graduates speak the language of their forefathers, and expressing themselves so brilliantly, i s truly a credit to all our rabbis and teachers To my great sorrow, one factor marred the occasion in my mind. The thirty or forty children present on the platform last Wednesday evening in the Miami Women's Club, were properly attired, wearing beautiful, white skull caps, expressing the religious significance of this occasion. The mere fact that these children were so attired described to all present that there is religious importance in a Hebrew School graduation, and the skull caps have relevance from the rei ligious point of view It is in; deed tragic that young minds can be brjught to confusion by the mere observation of the conduct of their elders I wonder what the children thought when they saw rabbis quote rabbinic statements bareheaded, and they were seated. wearing skull caps It would be interesting to learn whether they I were puzzled when they heard a leading educator in the com: munity reciting a psalm with the j name of God, therein bareheaded. I therefore respectfully submit I this question to those distinI guished rabbis and educators who failed to don the caps they dress our children with: "Should not the skull caps have the same rei ligious relevance to rabbis and teachers as to the students?" I am not one who feels that the skull cap, or the covered head, is the sum total of Juda! ism All of us who live in a soi ciety such as ours, take the so1 called broad-minded point of view and cut corners here and there However. I bring the issue I up because I feel that it is time 1 for all of us to realize that some consistency is required in organized Jewish life I truly believe that there was an over-sight on the part of leaders concerned, and hope that on future occasions, this protest on my part will serve as a reminder, so that the words of the "Shina prayer. "And thou shalt teach them diligently to thy children will be meaningful, and not confusing to children. Very truly yours. Joel Zalis. paigns and fund raising is forced in into 4s old, neglected spot. On, ustly question the consist) ncy of the various Zionisl Nationalist and cultural groups who claim to seek the upbuilding of a better future and the perpetuation of Jewish life. There are thosi oi us wno for many years have attended meetinns of these organizations, heard and frequently participated in heated debates and arguments on numerous subjects. Seldom, if ever, was Jewish Education discussed. It seems to be taken for granted that Jewish Education should be the sole concern of a .few loyal "Mashugoyim'*, who tor years have been struggling with very limited support fiom \ a passive community and are working against all odds to pro! d uce maximum results. Listen to the JEWISH VARIETY HOUR W4BM — 800 on your Dial Every Sunday from 3 to 4 Wednesday & Friday from 1:30 to 2 IwTTT — 1490 on your Dial rtvery Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M. Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator Hevp it Alive Editor, Jewish Floridian Dear Sir: Recentlv. an annual dinner was held by 'the Bureau of Jewish Education with Michael A Mavitskv, President of the National Ass'n of Jewish Education as guest speaker. Of the numerous iathenngs held by various 1 groups, this certainly was of a standard of quality and dignity becoming to such an **>&. Yet as one looked around at the attendance, one could not help !but nwvel al the conspicuous 'absence of the "Big Guns in,tht Miami Jewish community. Surprisingly enough, even the ie P resentative of the Greater Mi Srni Jewish Federation, who supplies the funds for the operation of the Bureau, did not show up tor tnc greeting which was a not of the program. Personally I have often wondl i-d whVai subject like Jewish Education is passively *rea ed so seldom discussed and painfully neglected. Sometimes one is almost overcome with an awareness that it is a commodrty t the Jewish community, manes wTturmoil Of meetings, camI wonder if these "Meraglim" will ever be appreciated? As they I pry into the land of Jewish Edu' cation they bring back to you a sample of its fruits. It looks 'promising. It promises good, intelligent leadership for our future; its promises clearer understanding of Jewish problems and 'Jewish values; it promises the survival of our worth-while institutions: and, finally, a common responsibility toward our people; all over the world. It is, therefore, up to you to choose between these fruits, and the wil', ness the emptiness and final obliteration. There are over five million Jews m Hie United States with a tremendous potential for a Jewish culture and creativeness. In our own city there are many 'thousands of "Jewish children. They are our future. They are ; the Jewish life of tomorrow. What are we doing with them 1 and for them to prepare them i for that tomorrow? How much Jewish .schooling are they receiv: ing and how much will they re[ t.,in n Should we not teach them the beauty and the solace of our tradition, of our history. Is it not urgent that we show them the f positive side of Jewish life, there[ by avoiding the possibility of their sliding toward the negative? Generations before us have ; gone through fire and torture to preserve and to keep that heritage alive. It would be a blot on our generation — a generation which has distinguished itself and which will take a great place in the pages of history —to have made the grave mistake of letting the Jewish spirit die for lack of understanding And to the shining lights in our community, to the leaders, the planners, and the engineers of our tomorrow, let me say: 1 There is no glory in this, no publicity, no trumpets, but your time and effort will be well placed if vou take a good, serious look at the situation. Peri haps vou can find an answer to "SCARES ABOUT JEW,SH EDUCATION^ ^^ Men's Club Breakfast The Zamora Center Men's Club will hold their first summer season "Bagels and Lox breakfast on Sundav morning. June 3. at 9-30 a m. 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*. PAGE 6 B FRIDAY. JUNE 1, 1951 >Jew's!? fhinidfSann FRIDAY. JUNE 1. 1951 PAGE7B Full Scale Probe Will Be Conducted Into N. Y. Medical School Admissions NEW YORK, (AJP)—A full-scale probe delving deep into the admission of applicants to medical schools throughout the state was in the offin-g this wt-ek after spokesmen for Cornell University Medical College denied charges by the American Jewish Congress that the medical school was among the universities practicing bias against Jewish and other minority applicants. The denial followed release of findings by the AJC and the New York State Committee on Equality in Education of a survey dealing with efforts by minority students to receive an education in the field of medicine. AJC vice president Shad Polier charges that the survey proved that New York State's medical schools, particularly Cornell, discriminated against Jewish applicants by use of the personal interview. The charges, the groups declared, were supported by a survey of the experiences of premedical students, all winners of state scholarships, who made application for admission to medical schools in the state during 1950. Polier added tnai Catholic also experienced more difficulties in being accepted into state medical schools than Protestant. Terming the discriminatory practices a violation of the Quinn-Oliffe anti-bias law, Polier said he had urged the State Department of Education to probe the situation. Meanwhile. Cornell officials denied the existence of any antiplicants, claiming that religion "has absolutely no part in determining whether an applicant should be accepted or rejected." A spokesman for the medical school told the American Jewish Press that during personal interviews applicants were not askec about their religious any mort than they were asked for such information in their written applicants. He claimed that figure? compiled by the AJC to support its charges of anti-Semitic practices was "misleading." The AJC had charged that Jews had to file an average ol 8.1 applications for one acceptance; Catholics 6.1; and Protestants 3.7. Radio Topics Announced Norman R. Lyons, newscaster and commentator, whose feature, "Up-To-the-Minute Jewish News and Views Around the World," is heard on Jacob S. Schachter'; Jewish Hour over WMBM at 1:30 p. m., and Sundays at 3 p. m., wil discuss on Friday's program, June 1, "Are the F^ir Prac'.icc Laws Successful?": and will discuss on Sunday's progrim, June 3, "UN Human Rights Covenant— Semitism in the scieeningof ap-I the 20th Century Magna Carta." Gershon August, 70; Was Bakery Owner Gershon August, 70, of 1375 SW Sixth st., a 26-year-resident here, died Saturday night in a local hospital. Mr. August came here from Pawtucket, R. 1. He was a member of B'nci B'rith, Workman's Circle, and Eeth David, Beth El, and Miami Hebrew School and Junior congregatfons. In addition to many other varied philan thropic orders, he was the owner of August Bros. Bakery. Besides his wife, Mrs. Alice August, he is survived by two sons, Louis and Harry, of Miami; three brothers, Michael and Jack, of Miami and Joseph, of Pawtucket. and a sister, Mrs. Abraham Butterman, also of Pawtucket. Services were held Sunday at the Gordon Funeral Home chapel, with Rabbis Max Shapiro, Sin,on April and Murray Grauer jointly ifficiatin?. Cantors Maurice Mamches and B. Kelemar assisted. Burial was in Mt. Nebo .-emetery. Acting pallbearers were Samjel Hollander. Al Levine, Harold Kelman. Sonny August, Louis August and Arthur August. Rabbi Horowitz Dies Rabbi Hirsh Horowitz, about 55, died Sunday at his home, 828 Third St.. Miami Beach, a few hours aftei he had attended servce at Beth Jacob synagogue. He had lived here about 12 years and for the past four years had conducted services at the Tree ol Life synagogue in the Tides Hotel. His father was one of the chief abbis of Israel, fro mwhere Rabbi Horowitz came to the Miami area. He was a member of j •he Miami Beach Rabbinical Board. Surviving are two sons and a daughter in New York and a sister in Israel. Services were held Monday in the Miami Beach Riverside Memorial Chapel, followed by other services in Beth Jacob synagogue. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate, assisted by other members of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association and canters. Burial will be in Mount Sinai Cemetery. Obituaries FRBD K. KORMAN 43. of 1605 Lenok Avenu^, passpcl away May 26. H^ waa ; hart owner of Nettleton Shoe Companv on Lincoln Road and came here from Harriaberic. Pa., about 11 years ago. A veteran of World War II Mr Kormnn In survived by his wife, Bella: one Jerry; two nbttra, Mrs Edltti B'nai B'rith Youth Unit Will Hold Convention The B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, 8 p.m., June 7, at the Council offices, 330 Sevbold Building, announced President Sam I. Silver. Delegates from the nine constituent lodges will report on their participation in the recent District Grand Lodge convention held in Columbia, S.C. Miami Beach Lodge will report on their plans for the third annual July 4 Americanism Rall> in Flamingo Park. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tope. Btreled Mirrora and Reailrering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER An important brarc.i of the Jewish Museum of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America was recently established at the Miami Beach (Florida) Jewish Center. 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IjUNE 1, 1951 "JewlstiFhrMian 1 >s Units Set Installation Hallation of the officers -,,]•; i.l the Coral Gables Kiter, Sisterhood and will take place Tues\\2, at the Clover Club. Gelernter, outgoing [of the Center will bhn Bigman, Herbert 'f,i Mi aim, Maurice Cor3, n Diamond, William I.-! pli Koven, William ; Perkell. Sam Schun Silver, Jack SilverWeidberg and Sam |ll( rbert GeWntor, past | i~ an aonorary member kid. jod officers to be iniri President, Hatti_> 1st vice president. %  an; 2nd vice presiHye Goodmanh-Jitcordjarvj^haplotte Halpert; tj secretary, Claire issistant correspondi Dorothy Gelernter; I rotary, Eleanor RichSurer, Florence BaskinItalian, Tina Harris; hislelaide Beckman. Board krs: Jean Kovan, Fern ilene Silver, Goldic vi;i Green, Florence la Pallot, Frances loda Perkell and Lisa ub officers to be inPAGE 9 B tlti/eam JUNE BEST •NT—FOUR MEETINO IS AND TWO LARGE 'AUDITORIUMS npletely equipped large (itchen for Weddingi, Bar Card Partiee and Lodge Plenty of Parking Space. [ SIDNEY H. PALMER FOR INFORMATION ... R .osevelt Chapter of the Pythian Sisterhood held a Gay Nineties revue and dance at Dora August Memorial Hall on Wednesday night. Proceeds from the affair go to the Leo Levy Memorial Hospital in Hot Springs, Ark. Wearing costumes in keeping with the general atmosphere of lh e evening are (seated, left to right) Ruth Chaykin. Rose Friedburg: ( standing; Mildred Cotzin. Constance Beam, Ruth Rudes and Bella Miller. ."£ stalled are: President, Henry M. Cl in; vice president, Herman Isis; treasurer, Bill Karo; recording secretary, Sam Beckman; corresponding secretary, Maurice Finkelh >r. Board of directors: Lou Tanner, Alan Bernstein, Sam Btrger, Lee Elman, Abe Harris, Ted Goodman, Mike Baskin and Herbert Braun. Past President Nat Winokur is an honorary member of the board. Arrangements for the installation are under the supervision of Helen Gerstenfeld. The complete facilities of the Clover Club have been taken over for th affair and include dining, dancing and entertainment. We Have a Number of 1950 II IISMOItllJ: "88" SEDANS, [ET MOTOR, Hydramatic Drive. All With %  ually Low Mileage That Were Delivered |s As Late As January, 1951. xin Models Can Be Obtained As Low As 15 00. Others, Including a Limited Number Jmvertibles, Proportionately Higher. On 10ispiny At [INCHER MOTORS, Inc. 1740 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-8351 lOCKET" Home With a Truly Great Car. HEALTH EGGS "On the Trad" ADLER'S KOSHER Live Poultry Market LOCAL RAISED FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279 Under Rabbinical Supervision We Sell Retail and Wholesale to Hotels, Restaurants and Butcher Shops. 1832 S.W. 8th St. / Deimle&'Sapetiot: :LECT THE PEOPLE'S SLATE! <> Pull Levers 11 "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proverb GORDON FUNERAL HOMESYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES_ BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES %  2JM Washington Ave. Miami Beach kek II. fHHOX Frank A. MARTIN Harold Ml ATI HO uluvsvtl bu Hood tiov't Leaaue (Paid Political Advertisement) J-IKII BCTECTTVE AGENCY | HOTEL. BUSINESS AND HOME PROTECTION CONFIDENTIAL INVESTIGATIONS 765 41st Street. Miami Beach 40 • 5-1486 84-3881 For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have %  'one for other gratefu' GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436 F. I. AHERN Funeral Director The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH DOOM through the use of NYLON TENTS The Cost is reduced more than V2 5 YIAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY WOODLAND SUBTERRANEAN, —^S TERMITES PHONE 5-3444 SO FLORIDA'S LARGEST EXTERMINATING CO.



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PAGE 14 A +Jewish flcrldton FRIDAY Camp Scholarship Won BY Miamians have o voung Miamians ted to %  v thi rn Zionist You'll Commisi regional scholarships to ip Hatzofeh, S. A. Goodman, 11 of the Create] Miami Zi >nis1 Youth Commission, announced The Senior Judeans ch Ben to receive the scholarships are Louise Morgen of Chaim Wi itzman Chapter and Elizabeth Simkowitz of Beersheba Chapter of Senior Judeas. The purpose of the camp, located at Wappinger Falls. N. Y., according to S. A. Goodman, is "a practical expression of tinideals of pioneering, a fulfillment of this idea by transit ring words like Zionism. Judaism and Chalutziut into human experic "Camp Hatzofeh is a creative Jewish community, motivate,! by t:v spirit of the Jewish pioneerj in Eretz Israel, it stresses co iper: tive, democratic living, it develops self-reliance and instills a love ''i our comm >n Jew age." Mrs. J. R. Wein Named North Shore President Mrs. Jack R. W< i ently • \ • : th Women Others inMrs. F lerick Propl 1 C Mrs 'H mel, W*^ Mrs. *•** 1 i • V. secret iry; A M Sanford Levi ..-ili's Center To < rail no If 11 The Coral c; ter at 320 Palermo Avenue, will hold its i rst Confirmation I si an I Shavuos S< Sunday, June 10th A class "f eleven boys and uirls will graduate from r^ R< ligi 'us S l and enter the 11: tment leading t i Teachers' Training Class. Rabbi Moms A. Skop. Cantor Joseph W. Malek, Stephen Kessler. Organist and Choir will conduct the religious ceremonies marking the Confirmation and i Birthday of the Ten Commandments. The following students will receive their religious school diplomas from the Principal Mrs. Ralph Bargteil, and Confirmation Bibles to be presented by Herbert Gelernter. outgoing President of the Center: Lois Elaine Feldstein, 124 Zamora Avenue; Ronald Ferdie, 619 Santander; Leslie Ann Gelernter, 1420 Sopera Avenue; Bette Goldstein. 23 Alhambra Plaza; Carol Antonia Klein. 1243 Mariana; Melvin Richard Koven, 617 no; Henry Kurtz. 3570 9th i Bi rtha Faye Lieberman, 930 S. W. 73rd Court; D. 1601 Coral Gate Drive; Est H 140 Elaine Strunin, 9039 Sunset Followii par• 1951 will tentheii en. -•> Many of Greater Miami's Jewish leaders were present at the Nautilus Hotel for a codrtja honoring Robert Nathan, economist, speaking on behalf of the S500.000.000 Israel bond driw Gables Center Picnic The th,. C I G les Jewish Center .: June 3, 1. t No. 2. Pit No. 2 • !1 a. m. N it Win ikui i id N Men's Club will S %  will fun \ I ".... bi u ill I Courshon Presents Improvement Plan [n ; ... the citv. ] south 1 n suggested %  Pitr in addition to swimmii irking ties Hi • thi r • i ne esIditi inal public bea< hes, ve judiciary, bus s .: %  \\ vised i ity I and a litic d. business a iminisn for Miami Beach. C irshon lashed out .d past Plans for intensive improvecity councils for wasting the taxments in the Temple Israel -nuc.11 i sad a Mali's Dinner l)am*e The annual dinner dance and installation of Masada M. B. Zi nist I;-1: i t will take ,,t the Miami Beach Athletic Club, 682 : Drive. Saturday evening, June 2. at 7:30 p. m. • -•• iki R ibbi [rvii in. of tn %  Mi imi I : t. r Gi -i %  %  \ S • idi nt %  : D David G '.:::. v > i •.• A:\ :n-' irer; David Shir'. ey S :. Colcf, Bai bara S iti i ; tsponding seci• t n;> s Harri >1 Smuckler and Sidney Y< spe are in charge ol arrangements. Improvements Planned : : I v. irsi citing instances, such as thi I %  •• ol the municipal auditorium, the purchat i : lourse, the tardiness in using the fun parking lots 1 I it miliuanr past ad %  is of the city. tin,, an under w iy, AT, ^\^ these are installation of new teats, paintins of the intPiior, new fixtl'rcs, inst dlat: in i I a:i elevator and the bmldi:. a Sunday School to accommo late the pupils from approximately seven hundred families comprising the congregational membership. "BEN-GURION DAY" AT NEW YORK'S CITY HALL IS CLIMAX OF OFFICIAL "ISRAEL BOND WEEK" Wednesday. May 9. was "Ben-Curion Day" in New York. Bv an official Mayor Impeilitteri. the metropolis set this day aside for Israels Prime Minister n whoso honor -! overflow crowd gathered in City Hall Park when the distinguished visitor was presented "oth. Mayor. The entire week was des ig nated as "Israel Bond Week" by Mr. Imoellitt^ri \LK„ !f. !" i lw 'men and women of this city lo support Israel's economic development progrTm 3 th Temple Israel Feta] High School Grads The Baccalaureate Sa the Temple Israel o( Alumni who are graduates Greater Miami Senw: I Schools, will be hud thise 'ninj; at the Temple at) The students participaiji ; clud my BB,| ron i Marv L:u Paul in. '.',. .-0;: aid II Diane S Senior 1 I. • '..hcile I Vh I IV: :• H.... Tin 5 •' j : guet Tl Olin C Webb. Principal a Senior Hitfi who ivil) address th? 0 Mrs. Samuel Sapiro was intif.n. Dr. Joseph R stalled as president of Herxl: speak on "Hie Ch. Group of Hadassah at the unit's Honi last meeting of the season. May ligion. 14. at Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs. Aaron Courshon served as installing officer. —Arilmoie Studio A reception in her r %  graduates will folio* t ices, Re-&ect MARCIE LIBERMAN Your Councilman JOIN MIAMI BEACH'S LEADING CITIZENS IN RE-ELECTING MARCIE LIBERMAN Toniqhtl i A si en To ... JUDGE JOSI I'll BBBMAH WKAT at 7:15 P. M. MltPAItlt BHO.% WIOD at 8:25 P. M. rilAltlJS CLEMENTS WGBS at 10:00 P. M. Tell Why Marcie Should Be Re-elect** falll' \ On illi>cl ion Onu rM Fomiral Mr. You Always Can Depend Upon Ware



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)AY. JUNE 1. 1951 rsoncilly Speaking [Rev. and Mrs. Lazarus Lehrer are leaving by motor for West on Sunday accompanied by Mr. Hyman Levine ( will be the guests of congregations in Cheyenne Wym Oqden, Utah, and Rochester, Minnesota, whose pulpits occupied many years ago by the Reverend. Their last knation will be New York city where the Lehrers will celek their golden weddinq anniversary with their children [party plans to return to Miami in July. K. and Mrs. Wilford Purcel, 5538 Collins Avenue. Miami kh, left this week to attend the graduation of their dauqhter |ne. Miss Purcel will graduate from Stephens College! tibia, Mo. and before returning home she and her mother [visit Chicago and New York. %  %  %  fyman V. Hecht, honor student at the Long Island Col| of Podiatry, Long Island, New York, will visit his parents, [and Mrs. Samuel Hecht, 128 Washington Avenue, for sev/eeks. + lr. and Mrs. Herman Katims, 2042 S.W. 14th Terrace, enled at a dinner party Tuesday night, honoring their Ihter Beverly on her 16th birthday. Sixteen of her friends Jded the affair. On Wednesday evening the Tri Beta Girls i a surprise party for Beverly at the home of Sandra Prince S.W. 14th Terrace. lr. and Mrs. Max Zucker of 620 S.W. 18th Terrace will en June 4th to motor to Great Neck, Lonq Island. They ^pend a month with their children, Bertram and Mazie Plain jrandchildren. Jeffrey, who is seven, and the twins, Roberta [Herbert, age three. The remainder of the summer will be by the Zuckers at Camp Saqamore on Lake George, is a children's camp operated by the Plains. Irs. Leonore Curtice, 364 S.W 19th Road, left by motor |y to attend the seventy-fifth B'nai B'rith reqional convenColumbia, S.C. From there, she will proceed tc New York, she will visit her dauqhter, Beverly, studyinq at the [tudents Leaque. Beverly's paintinqs are on display at the lington Square outdoor exhibition. li. and Mrs. Jacob DeKoven, 1676 James Avenue, Miami L left Wednesday for their summer home in Michigan I Indiana. iseph Kogos, 814 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, left for ttended vacation in Bostcn and New York. Vacationing in New York are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, pson, Louis, and daughter, Lillian. lr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Green, 1250 95th Street, Bay Har*land, announce the birth of a son, Ronald Jeffrey. Grandp are Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Henry sen. -* lerle Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol H. Brown, 2768 S.W. xiurt, has been elected president of next year's arts and £es sophomore class at Tulane University, New Orleans, member of Alpha Epsilon Pi, he was vice president of Ishman class. lr. and Mrs. A. M. Dorff, 972 S.W. 3rd Street, have rehome following a six weeks vacation in the North. They [present in Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, to welcome rival of a granddaughter on April 18th. Mrs. Dorff spent [time visiting her mother and other relatives in Pittsburgh. r. and Mrs. Sam Berg, of Detroit, Michigan, arrived Monspend the month of June at the Breakwater Hotel, Miami While here they will be entertained by Mrs. Berg's sisrs. Rose Lesser, 1241 N.W. 58th Terrace, and their nephew lece, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, of the same address. r. H. M. Drevich left for Detroit Wednesday to attend the [itzva of Harvey Seymore. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. W that city, cousins of Mr. Drevich. While in Detroit Mr. \h will also visit other members of his family and friends. Iw York-bound are Mr. and Mrs. Anton Loeb for a com[business and pleasure trip. Mr. Loeb will design a new jr Ccrtoon for Paramount while Mrs. Loeb will renew old phips in the area. laduatinq from the School of Dentistry at Emory Univers week is Daniel Goldhaqen. In Atlanta to attend the pies are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Gcldhaqen, and le parents of his wife, the former Faye Schindler. The 1 intends to establish his practice in Miami. + N. M. S. (Frances) Rubin, formerly of the Delano Hotel, f residing at the Nautilus Hotel, 1825 Collins Avenue, |her friends may contact her. •* I and Mrs. Frederic R. Rosen are leaving Monday to pth relatives and friends in New York. After a three-week in New York, they will siqhtsee in Washinqton, D. C, ew days. +Jewisli Meridian PAGE 9 A at the Do I Auous Memo'u H.fl l fcttM he Beth E1 Sisterhood held Wednesday. May 23. chairman.lOThTl££££?co-c n £ma £kL Vl S m WUchyk: MrS Eugene Schwartz. Mrs. Alexander Rosen, v^ce president M?s" M! bb w U ay V^" Mrs Jack Sh *piro. president: & fc X^STO^S iris. S?S4 W^SSS JS.'KSSS SrJSSfc -I! I'.i \lllKt"M Studio Barry Noel Hyman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hyman, 3140 S. W. 14th Street, will become Bar Milzvah on Saturday. June 2, at 9 a. m. at Beth David Synagogue. The young man is a student at Shenandoah Junior High School. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman will be hosts at a reception in the social hall immediately following the ceremony. .Civic Group Formed Little River business executives were granted a state charter for a new business and civic organization to leplace the Little River Business Men's assn., recently disbanded. Joseph H. Walker of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association was elected president. Other officers are F.ank Capers, Max Ellin and Edward Fishbeiii, vice presidents; Oren E. Morton, secretary, and C. S. Rye, treasurer, D. D. Smith who served as president and executive secretary of the disbanded group has been employed as executive secretary. Directors include Capers. H. D. Steere, Mrs. Beulah Butler, John Hamlin, Fishbein and Harley G. Collins. Edith Simmons Heads Emma Lazurus Unit Emma Lazurus Chapter, Business and Professional Women, B'nai B'rith, recently seated Miss Edith Simmons as new president at installation ceremonies conducted at Harvie's Restaurant. Other officers installed were Miss Tina Fischer, first vice president; Miss Mae Meyers, second vice president; Miss Edyth Fleicher, treasurer; Miss Vivian Schiffci. financial secretary; Miss Pauline Korn, recording secretary; Mrs. Carol Zipper, sponding secretary; Miss Ethel Pont, parliamentarian; Mrs. Miriam Baron, monitor; Miss Evelyn Miller, historian: and Misses Roslyn Lachman, Anne Levine, Paula Horowitz, Shirley Rosenberg, Lillian Eisman, Estelle Rubin and Mrs. Fannie Spring, board of directors. E. Albeit Pallot, president. Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges, was guest speaker. Ben Essen, Miami attorney, was master of ceremonies. Other guests included Mrs. Pallot; Mrs. Essen; Mrs. Leonore Curtice, past president of Sholeni Women's Chapter and Miss Edna Blomberg, treasurer, District Grand Lodge 5, B'nai B'rith. Ladies' Auxiliary Picnic The Ladies Auxiliary of the Hialc.ih-Miami Spring." Jewish Community Center will hold their 3rd annuoi picnic on Sunday, June 3rd at Crandon Park. Those desiring transportation, should meet at the Center. 951 E. 4th Avenue. Hialeah, at 10 -i.m A program of games has been planned by Mrs. Martha Abramson, chairman of the affair which will begin at 10 a.m. and continue throughout the day. 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND PRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES £ unfine's SuAsAtsu TOS/UOAJ Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Monday: 9:30 to 9:00 Shop by Phone from 8:30 a.m.— Call: 3-1141 Enter Now ... 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY NUMBER 22 ie!-Syrian Armistice Commission ifer Under UN Chairmanship MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,"lUNE 1, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS |L AVIV (JTA>— The first ]jng of the Israel-Syrian 1st ice Commission since the I the northern frontier place Monday in Rosh ., In.ntier settlement, unht chairmanship of Maj. BBIK^M** raptured Syrian Supplies Gen William E. Riley, United Nations Chief of Staff. The Syrian representatives officially notified Syria's acceptance of the cease fire ordi sued recently by the UN Security Council. They then protested against Israel's continuance of work on the drainage of the Huleh swamps. The Israeli representatives explained tnat this work had been stepped on Arabowned land. Gen. Riley then declared that the Syii;ns were nut justified in submitting then complaint to the Commission. The Mixed Armistice Commission, Gen. Riley said, is not competent to deal with disputes of this nature. He pointed out that the Syrian complaint could be submitted only to the UN chairman of the Commission who is the only person competent tr, handle the case. After hearing his views, the Syrian delegate no longer insisted on a discussion of the Huleh issue and both delegations started review of the agenda for their forthcoming formal meeting which will tike place next Sunday. The Israel Government list niijht complained formally to the Syrian-Israeli Mixed Armistice Commission that Syrian aircraft violated Israeli air three time* yesterday. The flights, all during ligicus Bloc Asks lislation Reform tUSALEM, May 21 (JTA)— brmy debate on the arrest detention of more than a I of ultra-Orthodox members underground Brit Kanaim was smashed recently as Spared to bomb the Knesset, ndcr way todav as the major ition parties in the Parlia[ demanded the repeal of the lency defense laws under the arrested underground bers are being held in decamps. The first demand epeal of the legislation was by Rabbi Mordecai Mur*eligious Bloc deputy. was answered by Acting pi•]• Mcishe Sharett who said the government had applied |mergency laws "fully conjf the gravity of its acts, Use fully conscious of the sal and internal difficulties Israel. We were faced by %  "SL'^fflS. •llSttS! the morning, extended over the demilitanzea zone on the eastern border and a distance westward beyond the demilitarized area. he continued, "therefore ere compelled to use all the [within our power." He vigJy denied a charge by Raburock that any of the demen had been "tortured" i police, asserting that the use force "with bitterness j horrence." bam deputy Hans Rubin. followed the Acting Premgconded the motion to re. be emergency defense laws, j —American Jewish Press Photo Two soldiers of the Israeli Army inspect captured stores, including hand grenades and bullets, of the Syrian Army after the Israeli forces recaptured a strategic hill in furious hand-to-hand combat on the Syrian-Israeli frontier. Israel Complies With UN Order JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel operations to continue work in last week complied with the Sethe other pert* of the Huleh curity Council order to halt its marshes. reclamation work in the Lake I to h. letter to Gen. Ri cy Mr |fa he stressed that the leftI Huleh demilitarized zone, but Sharett pointed out tnat iwaei Socialists will "vigorously | her action brought immediate had repeatedly offered to satisfy against Religious dominacomplaint from Syria that the the Arab landowners in the disweek ur g e d early study and of thte state. Right-wing ; Jewish State was dodging com| puted sec tion of the Huleh either f aV orable enactment of the meas, ,! eade '.' „ Menahem Beigin, ; plete compliance of the order monetary compensation or by ure. Israel Grant-In-Aid Request Strengthened WASHINGTON (AJP) — In the strongest show of strength to date for the proposed $150,000,000 U.S. Grant-in-Aid to Israel, a bipartisan group of 156 members of the House of Representatives this Zionist Leader Sees Congress As 'Embarrassing' DENVER (AJP) —A formei president of the largest single Zionist group in the U.S. said i this week that she hoped the World Zionist Congress, now j scheduled for Jerusalem in AuI gust, would never be held beI cause stormy issues at the conference would embarrass AmeriI can Jewry. The assertion of Judith Epstein, past national president of Hadassah, was c< upled with a blast at Rabhi Abba Hillel Silver and the Zionist Organization of America. She criticized Dr. Silver's recent trip to Israel as electioneering on behalf of the General Zionists. "I think its dreadful how the ZOA is politicking in Israel's elections." Mrs. Epstein told Robert S. Gamzey, editor cf the Jewish Intermountain Jewish News. local English-Jewish weekly, in an interview here. The former Hadassah president, here to stimulate activity of regional units of the women's Zionist organization, to'd Gamzey the 300.000-member organization "is keeping hands off the Israel election" in accordance with its traditional non-partisan, non-political policy. "Judith Epstein," Gamzey wrote following his interview, "doesn't even like to see the oftpostponed World Zionist Congress held this summer—if ever." Pointing out that the sessions of th e Congress would be thoroughly covered by the American press services, Mrs. Epstein told the editor that the airing of controversies over U.S. Zionist participation in Israeli politics coupled with appeals to American Jewry to move to Israel, "would make embarrassing reading in the American daily press." Gamzey concluded, "She hopes the Zionist Congress is never held, a hope shared by BenGurion and myself." o detain people in such A^ab ownership. ^^^^^^^^^ ^ ot ^ region. among the signers. ier." The first Kaiser-Frazer an to roll off the assembly line at the company's Haifa plant are now on the road. Production is still small, but it is expected that the plant will be putting out 120 cars per day within a few weeks. New industries will be established throughout Israel with funds provided by the $500,000,000 State of Is'-ael Bond Issue. itional Action Conference Delivers 15 Million To Ben Gurion Miami Sends $200,000 piCAGO. (Special)—More than 1,000 Jewish leaders from 40 > 1-st weekend wrote a stirring climax to their two days ot actions at an extraordinary Natior.al Action Conference of the td Jewish Appeal as they presented checks totalling more tnan '0.000 to place the cash income of this year's UJA campaign '00.000. Mr Warburg ,old the Israel Prime Minister, "is another striking demonstration of the partnership which exists between your people and American Jewry for the rescue of hundreds of thousands of men, women and children living in lands where they cannot be free." The UJA general chairman assured Mr. Ber.-Gurion that American Jews will contribute many more millions of dollars to the United Jewish Appeal before its current, nation-wide., campaign ends on December 31. •They will do this." Mr. Warburg declared, "because of their determination to save the maximum number of lives because of their resolve to help Israel settle and absorb all who ar e brought to its shores, and because of then ..., ever orougm understanding that Israel must Conference of the United become economically strong. The Conference, which met to map the next steps by American Jewry for the raising of additional large-scale sums to finance the programs of the UJA's three connong the checks presented or.e for $200,000 from Ne Minister David Benof Israel, making his last public appearance in the States prior to departing ^rusakm, was deeply moved • witnessed this spectacular that produced added and reeded funds for the setit and absorption in the ph state of tens of thousands pent immigrants from EastEuropean and Moslem coun|Wrd M. M. Warburg, gen. nairman of the United JewIppeal, who received the pa|of checks as a major install1 on pledges in communities is year's UJA campaign, told ten-Gurion that this was the t cash sum ever brought -inference of the United Bh Appeal for support of urirnmigration, settlement and >ilitation programs in Israel other parts of the world. 'at you have witnessed," stituent agencies—the United Palestine Appeal; Joint Distribution Committee and United Service for New Americans—heard addresses bv Prime Minister BenGurion and Vice President AJ.ben W. Barkley ,in addition to reports by William Rosenwald, Rudolf G. Sonneborn and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, UJA Natior.al chairman. Others who addressed the sessions included Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chaiiman of the American section of the Jewish Agency; Morris Berinstein, chairman ot the UJA's national campaign cabinet; Julian Freeman, president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, UJA ; executive vice chairman. The Conference extended its sympathies to Mrs. Golda Myerson. Labor Minister of Israel, who was forced to cancel her address at the Saturday evening session in order to ieturn at once to Jerusalem, following ihe sudden death of her husband. As significant as any of the reports and actions at the conference was the adoption Sunday morning of a special resolution reaffirming the Four-Point Billion Dollar Aid to Israel Program voted last October in Washington, D. C, at the National Planning Conference for Israel and Jewish Rehabilitation. This reaffirmation at the conference of the Four-Point Program called upon American Jews to close ranks behind efforts to (1) accelerate the United Jewish Appeal campaign; (2) speed tne sale of Israel Bonds; (3) stimulate private investment in Israel, and (4) secure United States loans and grants-in-aid to Israel. The conference gave t i r m meaning to its deliberations Sunday morning with adoption of a Campaign Action program aimed at raising additional large-scale funds durng the balance of the year. The Action program, which emerged from discussions led by Morris W. Berinstein, chairman of the UJA's National Campaign Cabinet, calls for: (1) The immediate acceleration of 1,100 local Spring campaigns "to assure their maximum success at the earliest possible time." (2) The immediate organization of campaigns which normally begin in September, with emphasis on the solicitation now of pace-setting gifts "so that th e encouraging trend established in the Spring may be maintained throughout the year." (3) Intensification by all communities of efforts "to bring together a maximum amount of cash so that there need be no interruption in the life-saving programs of the United Jewish Appeal upon which so many tens of thousands of men, women and children depend for their hopes, for their future, and in many cases, for their very lives." In a special ceremony preceding other events at the final session of the conference, leaders of the National Women's Division of the United Jewish Appeal presented a silver "liberty" bowl to the wife of the Israel Prime Minister as a memento of the distinguished couple's American tour. Anti-Zionist Group Formed In Frisco SAN FRANCISCO (AJP) — "Young people's" group of the American Council for Judaism— presently of members in their 30s—was formed here this week marking the anti-Zionist organization's first autonomous youth affiliate in the nation. Comprising 50 members, the Young People's group of the Council plans a program "which will appeal to the younger generation." Walter S. Neuman is provisional chairman of the unit. Members and prospects heard an address by Rabbi Irving Reichert at their last meeting.



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PAGE 4 B *• Jewish tierMk*n J.I.. ,,-, | u B M 111 — P i itiMiiiiiiifiwiig g Off the Record mm =s By NATHAN ZIPKIX asv.'.'.'.r" • --~ BBcngcgg EYES ON GERMANY The British government is viewing with concern the rise of ?h V SI IS Germanv Th <> British Cabinet, I learn on good authority will appoint a three-man commission to examine the problem of restitution of property to Nazi victims. Many complaints nav e teen received and the British government wants to ensure a )usl ard equitable arrangement before the occupation status is scuttled. The commission will consist of A. L. Conorf n 'i PO al x director in Eur P? of the World Jewish Congress. Professor Norman Bentwich and Judge O'Sullivan. ine composition of the commission vouchsafes its effectiveness. NILES IN THE LIMELIGHT canJ, tee. Foryeai ilarly all ves •• Hisatl % %  ... etoL uasi h, will wnei ml • royal rec. I BreitJe ,C court P i!?.r r h ? *?. ***" been a kirg Niles and SuP he WWle H„,^" Frankfurter as the most powerful coterie in nl anti S P m?t K, d K Batic ,rin 9 e the reactionaries and Two HcarstTan W e T Ca u e f h m ^ Jew in fhe Whit House." Chin^nr f^ Ja f k La,! and Lee Mortimer in their book beino thl 1 5 n ', ,den \ la \l aped ,he P^'erist bluff about Niles 5 %  : %  ; %  ft ORCHIDS ... -,";;,;,.vis STI^L?"" ?r !" re Komblum, Leo c;, Ivan an I Dr. Nathan Friedman. Vetei ins service chairman, %  •' % %  %  e Robinson, will nn the entei tainment sp in bj the Lodge for the patients in the T.B. ward at Pratt Veteran's Hospital on Thursday, May 31, V.-il Rosenthal, chairman of the • I %  • %  Unit ci Nations F in s.mt'i Korea" will announci the progress of the book colkc-' 1i n>. JUNE Ul Memorials fe| Je *ish Trade MONUMENT ft Open Sunday? 'JjjgjJ Edward T. Newman was elected president of the Miami Beach Jurior Chamber of Commerce at. a meeting Monday at the Shoremede Hotel. William Holloman was elected vice president. Named to the board of directors for a one-year period are Stanley B. Richard. Victor Eber. Mortimer Podell. Dr. Stanley J. Collune, Max B. Kogan. Nelan Sweet. Dr. Wilbur Wishner and Melvin Shrago Election of secretary and treasurer will be held at a later date. Newman is director of the Miami Riverside Funeral Home. Mrs. Nathan Paley Dies Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk of 1414 Alhambra Circle, C .ra] Gables, recentiy received news the i ssmg of her sister, Mrs R % %  Paley ^f Madis .n, v..[ n | ,:,,,.', %  years, Mrs. Paley was a regulai visitor to Miami Beach with her late husband, Nathan Paltv Arthritis -"lausr • Nervous Disorders THE FINEST IN SPA THERAPY uulizina NATURAL MINERAL WATERS from the greatest single flow oi therapeutic wale on this continent—500.000 gallons daily FORT LAUDERDALE SPA Write for further information 500 S.W. i4th Court „. 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Sundays 2-3 P.M Directed and Announced by Siinon Seiden MAURICE "DOC KLEIN PULL LEVER 12A In his four years on the Miami Beech Cily Council. "Doc" Klein has proved his diligence and devotion to the best interests of All Miami Bea< h 90" "Doe KLEIN'S Civfc Itvvind lilt liulrs: Vice President American Legion Convention Corp. Vice President, Beth Jacob Congregation Fint President. Washington Avenue Merchants As;oc!i* Member: B. P 0. Elki; Conference of Christians ano Chief Warden. Dade County Defense Council Past State Commander. Jewish War Veterans Past Commander American Legion Post 85. Chairman. Red Cross Disaster Relief f,SIl. C ; 1 ,n man der Jewish War Veterans Post 174 Jews; Civic League; Zionists. Amencan Legion and Elks. B'nai B'rith; Knights of Chairman Americanism and Pythias; Y. M. H. A.: M bchool Affairs for 13 years and many other Civic C-roflS *<< "mulish,iivnts: Platform In his four yeaxi on your City A quick, common sense sol* Council. "Doc" Klein has tion of Traffic problems. helped to make realities of: Acouisilion and developm-J FiurT* Par v!?!" 9 loU *SX property in the ^ BHP -... v&Brag£ The Municipal audiiorium. "^^"i'Tthe exenSo 5 Belter street lighting. P" P l V and t he / ,„ prori* Restaurant ancf night club *. %  ^TJ^S* safety measures. fishing facilities tor Storm sewer extensions. and vi,itors „ M Extensive street and sidewalk Construction of PJJgMw P av 'ng. adults and our children n. rf And a continued sound policy learn to swim in the s of .municipal operation under sheltered waters. winch Miami Beach's growth A continued vigorous aii-T ir.^.,. 6 h s,or y in the resort tourist promotion. kl u£*$?' u Y our cit V n w enDevelooment "' e 9 Joys the benefits of sound linarc.ng reflected in low taxaln 0 an $J"w -Mdeci appear. ,"• Thls must be preserved r,iL Ur lu,ure welfare and I A contirued sou.u. Pledge myself that this shall ble and progressive be accomplished. tration 0 f your c.tys !a %  OiiH-iiiiM'tTo Pull Lever I 21 water, isand playgrounds Building of necessary sewer and similar punprovements. resp orsiA contirued sound P-^.



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PAGE 12 A Academy Women Plan Father's Day Barbecue, Dance v. %  %  5 -. [ the ing Gables Theatre Guild Presents 'Jazz Singer' .... G N %  %  \ n n I %  v %  :. %  %  M +JmisHlcr*#*r D, Lee Powell Was Lead Factor In Outlawing Klan • %  %  %  %  Our Film Folk By LEON GUTTERMAN Or. '." w V rk a youir; „• U d Bernard od before the t; spice. a uu imuic nit • — %  %  New York movie pelHe Ann Blyth ar.d thinking he'd 3J( dat Mth her. Six weeks lat-3r. he • pre] im Berna %  Accepieoi • ng pi %  %  • I k not %  one ol I s on t '.-.filn Tony is :. .. t ioa t i h.t • i t;me .-. .• then Movie ci have hflped v.t'n their ex^e!H his initial ap^ On-? %  :rst veterar* to as a i studying drs: ati i under the GI v was in submarine it! Drarati .-.iop of I It School J Rej to learn act. %  tua>aj also -P of %  : %  :. Pli si I : -' ". i. N. ~C, %  I R --l % %  ulai '•V 1! Pl;l [J| %  JWV Installation • N rr.5 A. S Vei %  -. --. Pasl State ( Hy .V Sute Kennet i : lost %  unt rent Shabbat i P.st k-w.j V -. ... E I Government League Endorses Shapiro. Martin and Gordon : :•' %  %  %  %  • ting t Ban n port." S • • %  the s %  • I A %  -• I %  tion Gordon rtj n r I n (top at '•'•. A th Street %  I Richard. '-' %  %  .. i T *r LEGAL NOTICES •. :. %  FOB SALE C a abU eoraet e a aa pln 3 Fvav l-Badiootii A:': a.s: beauhiuUi tarn H:-e : Be; rcc—. 2 Bat i S-: =_: : • landscape-d. Gccc ;:::i r'~? er:y Must re -:e•; be ap= r;c::ed. Fcr A?p-::st*M*M Phc=e 7-0174. REFINED EXPECTANT JEWISH MOTHER Desires rcE a=d board :cr herse'J ar.d b-abv -.:.-. :zc=er.:ai Jawfefa fimily, -'.ease writ* h By. P. C. B:x ?"4 r.-.-i. Sables, ALL KINDS :i Ha r Pieces A';?; Sr.eitle* Mad* Tc Crder ROSE DBona :44 Mend:;Are. Phone 5 1"=: Concert Dates Told T : : M I %  %  I rue*. GUTLFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 K. W. tth St. Miai=i Phona 2-7*0* fe 8-1835 We W SPECIAL l-iii'kv Strike Howling lri\ I"* Sp*ei:l Sr^de=: Rate* Daytime— Eretr. ri 2."M—:*•• Laava* si.i.% IS-'i S W. tth Street Call Res. 41 MIS %  r tmues I I %  %  %  P .-.ad • Tal %  5 ping t I Enad I -. j mpted Ju il Beaeta jr^p'-. P iwell: -C i it • law f the I %  a icani r.. I :%  Miami rlj rw that itj It %  • 1 State L %  l .: -.. I -. (Can's t %  E with • for M %  ; ters %  P %  • I ... ... Citj %  xxi is one : %  fate AI phot i Hate >neet ?> i>iaei! nona %  A : J ; is seen %  | ':rr T "' %  %  .: A :. :: :' \m A %  %  j via luxurj at t -. I %  for a r.rrenci an < e hotel. Two d on his own. living experses went. Like dozjng players getting low beg.r..-. .lar.es. Tony could afford only a room, shared two ether men, in a modest boardir.g house. But the young ac:or says he wasn't comfortable .: the big hotel anyway He is ore at horn? taking the rugged rc**d to success, Tony was born June. 1H New York City, and lived most his life in the Bronx His fat"-er. M -. Schwarta, h3d be*n a e ..:. : r in Budapest but emigrating to the United >• tea couJd Dad no work because of language d became tai '>Tony black-haired and *r li a ^*.i *v.A3 i.... ^..v -..t .^.. leans toward athletics He t. g and olrvsi< I : .--. Street Sett Hous on the foe: H •• Khool to erj-oll Navy .-. 1943 ing a to the L'SS Di -id deal of the South P-= • I face .: A.?.- : lid ler to-l -.. il r. jttld| reeki I r-;*edSlJ US .. -aid to I Nit. TJr-ii im tO S-:r.se"-aliO :UN udicaL I .. B tot -!coti • %  A-enca I "" %  the Jews M .iuan*l %  :.ng aI A-rKSt Pra\ j: ':.:-.'. y~*A • P z • SEWOSS 'Juk A Lad? Caaaa m %  u^v^vFOR RENT 1-Bedrocc Apt. — Twin Beds. Large living room, pullman Idacaaa at] r lctri:. Beautifully !-:r_ Pr-.Ttts gTOurds. Good :.-a=jpcrtanon. t.l:s oalr. 505 N. W. 9t.-. Street SKIN DISEASES A New Approach IN TREATMENT A -na -HM4 WQAM MONDAY NOON— 1:05 P. MTo Tell You WHY MIAMI BEACH NEEDS D. LEE POWELL Your Councilman O.



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PAGE 4 A -leHlstncrkttan FRIDAY, JU^ EDITORIAL Syrian Aggrenttion Syria's display of grim belligerency against Israel may well precipitate a dangerous situation in that area of the world if immediate steps are not taken to extinguish the fire before it gets out of control. There have been in the past few weeks a number cf armed skirmishes in the so-called demilitarized zone along the borders of the two countries. The tension reached a dangerous zenith last week when Damascus forces used artillery and mortar fire in an abortive attempt to seize Israeli territory. Just as it seemed that the situation was getting out of hand, the two countries agreed to a cease-fire agreement through UN intervention. But hardly had the ink dried on the document than the Syrians proceeded to violate it with a cyncism which can only be interpreted as meaning that Damascus is prepared to show its hand of aggression. The fact that the latest attacks coincided with Premier David BenGurion's arrival in the United States warrants the conclusion that the Syrian government is determined to pursue its policy of aggression without reckoning either with its ccnsequences or American public opinion. It would be idle to speculate the source behind Syria's belligerency. But whoever the instigators may be the unalterable fact remains that the United Nations, dangerously buffeted these days by political and military storms, can ill afford a conflagration in the Near East when the fires of war are searing the Far East. Despite provocation and the tensicn of living in a state of neither peace noi war, Israel has at all times manifested an unbelievable degree of patience end willingness to negotiate all issues. Should A Vital Conference With the announcement that the rm Zionist Congress definitely will be held I 14 in Jerusalem. American Zionist bodi i?l started to grapple more actively with th* lems that will face that historic gatherina The first of the major Zionist bodies h mon a conclave to deal with these vital is the Mizrachi Organization of America has scheduled a three-day special Mid-Yen-r ference this weekend in New York The conference is expected to form views of the 70,000 members oi the uiateiU SWORD OVER PLOUGHSHARE the situation get out of control, the blame will rest not only on the Arab states but on the United Nations as well. The situation requires firmness. Washington may be reticent to inject itself into the issue at for the guidance cf Mizrachi detagaSiS Congress. n Mizrachi's traditional concern with the tical tasks of building Jewish life both a kj and in the United States will be dealt JT progress reports and by conference action £ projected Mizrachi College cf Arts and Scitn at Ramat Gan. near Tel Aviv, and on the & rachi program of Jewish education in the nZ States. m After three years of Israel statehood, the ma I issue of the future of World Jewry and its forari relation to the State of Israel remains one of J still-unfinished tasks of Zionism. American ]m will watch with profound interest the iesi achieved at this parley of reliqious Jewry, 3 their deliberations may well pre vide some* portant clues to the solution of those problem the height of a debate which is reminisced i \ Rome burning while Nero fiddled. Yet sUem may in the end prove more costly. A firm U. i stand in the UN toward making Syria aixmdu its violation of Israel's borders may avert a :.x situation later. Israeli Newsletter By ADA OK EN A Briti i visitor put 1 situaI I .' % %  Hants nut h II when hi %  • autl : u I', impi : tng th< positii n, ai : them to leave 1 counpf reinfiltration ol Pali stine n fugees. At th \ e, the n ilitary authorities, by tn as fifth columnists, are nurturing theii resentments. They themselves acknowledge that their first loyalty lies with their relations and friends across the borders of what Israel must consider enemy countries and which the Arabs regard as their spiritual home. The tactful forbearance of the authorities from settling immigrants in Nazareth ar.d environs, coupled with a lenient attitude toward a headstrong municipality which refused to recognize the annexion of the town of Israel, succeeded only in raising hopes that Israel does not intend to keep the area; and Jewish military police had to save an Egyptian mission, which came to transfer its war-dead to their own country, from the wrath of Midgal's Arab inhabitants, who only then understood that their i ity was definitely in Israel territory. As Jewish immigration continues, the local Arabs will become a smaller and smaller minority, no longer concentrated in closed areas as hitherto, and will find it more difficult to preserve •*Jewist> Meridian Published every Fnday since 1927 by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E Sixth street, Miami 18, Florida. En tared as second-class matter July 4 1930, at the Post Office of Miami. Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbec the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editdrial Association, Ameri. cn Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association The Jewish Flmiillan does not Fuarantee the Kaxhruth of the merrhnndlao advert lwd I n Ita column* SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $3.00 Two Years $5.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LOUIS ARONOVITZ News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 Volume 24 Number 22 FRIDAY. JUNE 1. 1951 IYAR26.5711 their traditional forms of living and ever, their language. The fact that Arab grievances n il freely and treated with much sympathy in most Jewish circles has not reconciled the rity of Israel's Arab inhabitants to the fact that areas with an Arab majority are still under direct military administration, which has the advantage of serva single address for liaison with the maze of central government "offices but which rules through emergency regulations. Arabs wishing to leave such areas ar.d even to move within them, require special passes, and so do Jews wishing to enter them. Th e few thousand Arabs living in mixed localities received the freedom of movements of their i Jewish neighbors only when the | areas affected acquired Jewish majorities. Arabs' identity cards ] bear special marks, and Arabs who were not registered here in the first Israel census, i.e., the great majority who accrued to Israel following frontier adjustments or by repatriation, can receive Israel citizenship only ; through nationalization. This does ; not affect their right to vote, which belongs to all legal resi%  dents. Arabs continuously bring before the High Court appeals against real and imagined wrongs, Often through Arab lawyers. The latest crop of such test cases questions the legality of differential prices for Arab farm produce; refusals to issue taxi licenses to Arabs: prison sentences on Arabs who had bought contraband | clothing when the government I withheld coupons in Arab areas I for half a year; delays in the return by the Custodian of Abandoned Property of ho'dings to I Arabs who proved that they were 1 not affected by its powers; the \ concentration of all Arab inhabitants of Haifa into a single neighborhood during the war; the refusal to accord legal status to | Arabs who had left their homes during the fighting on the advice of their Jewish neighbors or national Jewish institutions and later returned with the knowledge of local, though not central, Jewish authorities; and deportation orders against relatives of local Arab residents who had returned ahead of the completion of formalities for their legal reentry. Some Arabs even claimed in court that they were deported again and again on being apprehended without identity cards, but had been unable to obtain permission to visit the nearest issuing office. Although almost all Jews con1< r them a thorn in the flesh, discourtesy to members of minority groups is always condemned by public opinion, and the establish ed Jewish population takes some trouble teaching immigrants that Arab neighbors are to be treated as equals. Arab fn emasons in Nazareth are affiliated to the Jewish main lodge. There are common May Day d< monstrations. Arab communities brate Tree Planting and Independence Day, and neighboring communities tend to invite each other's representatives to festivities. The Behai's, non-Moslems of .Persian origin, enjoy special treatment as subjects of a friendly Moslem nation. Youths from the Arabic-speaking Bedouin, Druze and Circassians serve in the Israel armed services, to which Arabs are not recruited, and in the frontier police on the basis of their record in the War of Independence. This tends to raise among them expectations of favored treatment as compared i to other non-Jews, which they usually do not receive, and it is necessary to check their tendency ito fall out among themselves, to terrorize their Arab neighbors, and to perpetuate their tradition of smuggling. The Bedouins still retain their special courts for petty offenses, presided over by a representative of t'-e local military governor. Free roaming has been forbidden for security reasons, ar.d they are allotted extensive stretches of land—a measure which only ; speeds up a natural nroc. ol many years past. With the extension of the new Negev watei system they will have to switch to intensive agriculture ar.d regular village life. JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN American Trip Bolsters B-G Position In Israel DETROIT (AJP)The acclaim heaped upon Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion by a |grateful American Jewry was %  seen last week by one' of the i leading English-Jewish editors as strengthening the Labor Zionist leader's political position in Israel. Philip SlomovitZ, editor of the Jewish News and president of ; the American Association of English-Jewish New-papers, in I a New York dateline report • wrote that "a study of reactions ,to H-O in this country appears to indicate that his American visit, intended primarily to boost the sale of Israeli bonds may turn out to be a personal triumph for him in Israel." The chance for the dtvelopi ment of i. ciack all-Jewish bati tery for the Detroit Tigers has been shattered by an unexpected trading deal. The Tigers have exchanged husky right-handed pitch T Saul Rogovin for Bob Cain, a left-handed hurler, of ; the Chicago White Sox. Rogovin was an outstanding attraction for Jewish sports fans during his stint with Detroit, because on occasions he teamed up with the outstanding rookie catcher, Joe Ginsberg. Many were locking forward to tnis combination blossoming into one • of the star pitcher-catcher duos | in the big leagues. Before joining the White Sox, Rogovin had |a 1-1 record. So what might have been a close association now turns into I a rivalry. VMien Rogovin hurls j for Chicago against his old teamj mate, dunces are that Ginsberg will be behind the plate calling | the signals for Rogovin's opposing ; pitcher ABRAMS RETURNS Cal Abrams, valuable lefti field' r of the Brooklyn Dodgers, has gone back into action after resting up from a leg injury. And it's pi-ked up right where he left off, bei.ging out the hits. As of this writing he's leading I both leagues with a batting average of .431 Al Rosen of Cleveland climbed into a first-place tie in the AmerI lean league iuns-batted-in divii sion with 27 to his name to match an equal number by Robinson of I the White Sox The vici >uc death threats that Jackie Robinson recently received in Cincinnati bring to my mind many of the incidents that have occurred in Robinson's fight against racial discrimination in baseball. One of the stories told bv the Negro star concerns how Hank Groonber;: showed himself to b< on Robinson's side in the days when tie latter was running UP against a barrage of hatred, i and the slichtest incident would h off a skirmish. It happened during the last vear Gnonherg was with the r'utsburgh Pirates. He and Robinson collided on the first base line. R, binson asked Hmk if he was OK.. Gretnberg s.ud "ves" and rvuntered, "But are YOU all right?" Then he advised J ickle not to let all of the abuse he was taking get him down. Robinson didn't PROSPECTS OF THE WEEK: I he Boston Braves have a promising prospi t in Bill Wim < southpaw pitcher. He waj ly signed by the Braves and i I now with Quebec in the Cat I dian League. If he shows the kind I of stuff he did at the Universal of Massachusetts, he maymahl the grade. Last year he was l of the top pitchers in tl % %  era League. Winn i? very al standing six feet, three incha He weighs 1&5 pounds ar.d is 8 years old ... A coveted award has bea made to an outstanding City GM lege of Now York athlete, %  rome Steinberg, formerly ita p.ilitan senior and Ni State 175-pound wrestBM champ. Ste'uberg, who if a** ior, was given the Ben ''''d** Memorial prize from the das 1913. Other honors went towold Goldsmith in fencing aid Joseph Brody in swimming • Bernard Kirsner. sophwBj three-letter man, has been nan* I president of the Men's Aw Association A trip to Europe beirtg templated kv Eddie WJ coach rf the Philadeph. "N ,-iors. If he g.j^£J is tounnu with his ^ club, the Harlem GIo*^ ^ United %  NEfffi pion. Herman Stem.. £J Europe after leaving £ suddenly for a t"urn*rr Spain. He's also slated for %  nev in Vienna. Sterner vgm PecWbebackintm^ part in the U.S. JulyI tournament to negin in New York __ The month of April* M time record for ,0 .^,n# rael; 4.760 visitors anned country during the m ^ pansion of tourist fjcin d £ are an important sou* ^ lars for Israel wtf **,*cant result of tne state of Israel Bond W



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>AY, JUNE 1. 1951 Our UN Newsletter By DAVID NUSSBAUM (Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic A ency, Inc.) Chicago Writer Under Attack For'Propaganda PAGE 15 A ,. v name is rising slowly in of the newspapers. Ii I i ien. William E. Riley of Marines who is the I Nations' top representa.uhled and uneasy Pale-an area described by Khan of Israel as living in Hi, ,,f "peacelessness." Maj.Riley's long-range assignis to remove the last two ties from this word. kail, fair, pleasant-mannered leman—a far cry from the %  ; saw ''• Then s complaint was unjustifii d it The issue replied ill-at-ease Riley, was not the graim led itself. Syria entei MAC over the displacement "of! Arabs from their land, ". routine" MAC problem to handle. Riley went on to admit that the Arabs concerned lived on a total of seven acres; he didn't know how many were involved. CHICAGO fluential C under attack this CAJP A i lenl of ti/e inI peddling "A %  Eban pressed him on the leh hombre one associates with gahty of the Palestine Development Corporation's concession in the zone. Riley dogged]v, if uncomfortably, clung to his thesis that such rights were "held in abeyance" by the armistice agreements. Eban: "Will Gen. Riley please point out the paragraphs in the this ssive leathernecks—the Cal is nevertheless pure unJed brass. He has made his fcr in the military and knows other profession or pursuit. it happens, currently, Jet of the general has its own fal importance. To the Isit demonstrates very satisjiilv the soundness of their tlon that the armistice gments are military treaties, pore and no less. They are, I i t, large unmistakable complaint to the "-Aaid Bill t i Israi I oi Bl sting Daily News C report from the Near East as vicious and untruthful," Dr Georgi F v. a columnist tor the h Sentinel, local EnglishJewish weekly, wrote "one wonder s wnel .'. i c has another master besides the Daily News! The stuff that he writes sounds very much like Arab propaganda —and I have no doubt that this particular article i s timed to synchronize with the Grant-in-Aid for Israel in Congri Weller cabled a dispatch accusing the Israelis of "open conWISHING CANDIDATE Mortis .Moel Berick success in his campaign for Miami Beach City Council aze left to righl. Mrs. David Phillips. Mrs. J. G. Spitz, "Moe." Mrs. Rhoda Manischewifz ar.d Gertrude Bowler, former Democratic National Committee woman. This picture was taken at a brunch given for Berick this week at the Sorrento Hotel. armistice agreement referring to nivance in aiding Communism to this?' Riley: "It may not be written in the agreement ." And once again he fell back on a memo"SWrS. SE3KEE K&fifS R ; ph &** %  ,nd reading "Of! limits to fig* *J !" ?7l ?? ^f,^*^^^^"^^ interpretation of the significance, Israel UN Representative re the Security Coun\ would their caretaker n c-irefullv chosen from I ng wa ? interpreting himself—lr at&ssvs : Bssaa issssx s to overlook that what he was doing was interpreting himself—inis m to the conclusion that the agreeii nt held in abeyance the actual sovereignty of the governments in the zone. The contradictions and legal maze the military chieftain led himself into by usurping a legal and political role were manifest and painful. As a result of .his testimony the Council had II d area around Lake Hupi edged conscientiously around a n the dispute bn.ke; luti(i!H|iUtii ^.^ ^ ^ mm right back where it had I with no significant point cleared up. beyond the fact that the draining of the Huleh marshes was not only a genuine and necessary project but a progressive and highly commendable one. Gen. Riley is catapaulting seif into the news these days %  ie has tried or for size 11 : civilian administrator tica] arbiter in the in(ingly violent dispute bei ria and Israel over Isnomic dovelopmeni of its I railing within the deIt v on the task of refuting laim to the right of norJ civilian development of a deIt ed area. pat decision promptly complitiie whole issue and badly plicated the life of Riley. short space of time he lid himself sitting in the hot of the Security Council at i Success, surrounded by K< s and jury and a "prosecuno one would willingly face %  >ba Eban. Peppered with Btiiins from all sides, the sucBul brass-hat Riley was Bged deeper and deeper into complexities of property Its. economics and law. As per succeeded answer, the iral's self-assurance slowly M, and he even began anI' out of turn, bringing a pke from Warren Austin. pio was responsible for law in the demilitarized Syria and local Arabs in lb villages and on Arab lar.dII Israel in the settlements on Jewish landholdings. Arrr itif n,, !"!" ;...*; !" ''her. Mrs. Estelle Mo.sco\ it?. capture the minds of the hundreds of thousands of Arabs who emigrated from Palestine and are now living on UN relief in caves, camps, and packed hostels." "The Israelis," charged Weller, "wink at" efforts of the tiny Communist Party in Israel to operate openly in building a Red ring in the Arab countries surrounding the Jewish state. Commented Doctor Fox: "What kind of asses does he think the government of Israel is? Doesn't he know that the officials of Israel arc aware of the fact that il 900.000 Arabs go Communist, the very existence of the Israeli state as a democracy is threatened?" Rabbi Zelkowitz Attends N. Y. Rabbinical Meet Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz, spiritual leader of the Downtown Synagogue, will leave for New York City on Sunday, where he will attend a week-long seminar and convention of the •Rabbinical Conference of America." of which he is a member of the executive board. During the course of the meet. Rabbi Zelkowitz will deliver a report on his views of religion in the south. While in New York, the rabbi is also scheduled to attend a testimonial dinner'at the Hotel Commodore in honor of Rabbi Nathan K. Shapiro, dean of the Yaune Theological Seminary, for his twenty—five y< rvice with the seminary. Rabbi Zelkev.it/. ng the honored guest speaki: % %  at th %  affair which will take place on June 20. 'I Armistice U-M Students Receive Hillel Keys, Awards The annual installation and award dinner was held recently at the Hillel House in honor of outgoing anel incoming officers and awards recipients for the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. Hilll keys were awarded to Bernard Jaffe, Ted Kobre. Enid Minsk, and Bob Newman. Others were presented to Frances Bloom. Barbara Giller, and Sally Gettenberg. The dinner was prepared by the B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables as one of their annual j Hillel projects. Mrs. Gert Cov! ner was in charge of the preparations and was assisted by Mrs. TesMrs, Louis* Jerry Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwartz. 1035 14th St., Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah June 23 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. ...iy compl. the local Arabs in regard to [Huleh drainage work? Riley had been none, sugwere the girls of the Hillel Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women. The following officers wen inJaeoltKon .\aiia-l To Kxwulivp Ink Of JC Workers Gus Jacobson was elected to the executive committee of the National Association of Jewish Center Workers at the annual convention held recently in New York. Emanuel Berlatsky. directing to observers that Syria stilled to lead tnc Hijiei Muejen. Y