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The Southern Jewish weekly. [volume] (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1939-1992, November 05, 1954, Image 5

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Friday, November 5, 1954
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by HAL BERGIDA
Florida's Sen. George A. Smalhers was principal speaker ai the
banquet ot the Southeast Regional Convention of Temple Brother
hoods held this week at the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Delegates from temple men's clubs from Florida, Georgia and
Alabama met to discuss the problems of such groups. In addition to
lecture and group discussion sessions, the delegates viewed the docu
mentary filed "Let There Be Light" sponsored by the Jewish Chau
tauqua Society.
Travel editors from many of the
nation’s leading papers currently
in Miami Beach to get an idea of
what will be offered this coming
winter are amazed at the tremen
dous growth of the motel area.
Located on the ocean north of the
busier and noisy section of the
beach, the motels have been at
tracting more and more of the
better type of tourist with their
new and complete facilities.
According to David Porvin,
president of the Greater Miami
Beach Motel Ass’n., this past
summer’s tourist business was
about 20 percent better than the
previous year and this winter’s
eagerly awaited seasoq is expect
ed to be about the same percent
age better than last year’s. These
glowing expectations were made
by Porvin despite the fact that
about 1,530 additional motel
rooms have been built this year.
A new non-denominational ex
periment in checking juvenile de
linquency is being attempted in
Greater Miami by the Rev. How
ard C. Edwards, pastor of the
Northwest Christian Church.
Under the church sponsorship
the Greater Miami Youth Center
is being planned.
Under its roof will be carried
out the program already started
by the young pastor. Prime aims
of the "fighting pastor" are to
curb the increasing delinquency
rate and to bring young people
together in healthy surroundings
and teach them to get along with
each other regardless of creed.
A full-scale fund-raising cam
paign has been launched and
every means is being used to
make the public aware of the
JASPER, FLORIDA
"GOOD TOWN YEAR 'ROUND"
Best W, S hes JOHNSON'S
KAY'S GROCERY
RESTAURANT Jasper's finest
Phone 957 Food Market
CUS.A* PHONES 1 & 24
Jasper, Florido jasper, Florida
BEST WISHES
THE JASPER NEWS
Box 32 Phone 100
Greetings and Best Wishes
Jasper Laundry & Dry Cleaners
Approved Sanitone Service
Phone 110 Jasper, Florida
BEST WISHES
MILTON JEWELRY STORE
P. 0. Box 403 Jasper, Florida Phone 210
need to help this worthy cause
which could well be duplicated in
other parts of the nation.
Israel In New Bid
To Hollywood For
Film Production
NEW YORK, (JTA) lsrael is
making a deter min ad bid to in
terest Hollywood in the co-pro
duction of films in Israel, Variety
newspaper of the entertainment
world, reported last weak.
In a dispatch from Hollywood
the paper said that Israel offers
modern facilities, cheaper produc
tion costs, a climate like Southern
California’s but free of smog,
authentic Biblical locales, Nagev
areas ideal for cowboy films and
plenty of English-speaking actors
and extras.
It reported the presence of
Yehoshua Brandstatter in Holly
wood, for the third time in five
yaars, but this time with a print
of “Hill 24 Does Not Answer,”
Israel’s first big-scale production.
The film, which would have cost
between three quarters and a mil
lion dollars to produce in the
United States, cost $200,003 in Is
rael, Variety said.
It quotad Brandstatter as de
claring that Israel is now com
pletely equipped to handle a fea
ture production all the way
through and partial financing
would be provided by a private
syndicate.
“Any picture in the current
biblical cycle,” Brandstattar told
THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
Lake Worth Hebrew
Benevolent Auxiliary
Elects Officers
LAKE WORTH Mrs. Esther
Mandell was elected president of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Lake
Worth Hebrew Benevolent Asso
ciation at its meeting last waek.
Miss Rose Stern was elected
vice president; Mrs. Hortense An
gard sscretary; Mrs. Etta Yano
witz, treasurer; Mrs. Lillian Wink
ler, corresponding secretary; and
Mrs. Bertha Stone, publicity di
rector.
Mrs. Mollie Cohen prssided and
Miss Rose Stern gave the opening
prayer.
Yearly reports ware given and
plans were completed for the Hal
loween Danes which was held
Saturday at 8 p. m. at Temple
Beth Sholom. Prizes were award
ed for the best costumes. Mayor
James Stafford was an honored
guest and served as one of tha
judges.
Announcement was made the
Auxiliary will hold a rummage
sale at the Farmers Market.
The next meeting will be Nov.
8.
During the social hour Mrs.
Pauline Benjamin and Mrs. Ber
tha Stone served refreshments to:
Mrs. Rebecca Margolies, Mrs.
Esther Mandell, Mrs. Ida Glick,
Mrs. Rose Kaminer, Mrs. Anna
Douglas, Mrs. Minnie Zoline, Mrs.
Bella Greenberg, Mrs. Lillian
Winkler, Mrs. Hermine Levy, Mrs.
Gertrude Isaacs, Mrs. Etta Yano
witz, Mrs. Ruth Arnold, Mrs. Hor
tense Angard, Miss Rose Stern,
Miss Bessie Shernow and Miss
Anita Greenberg.
Variety, “could have been filmed
in Israel—and perhaps should
have been. And we can easily
handle any modem picture, sup
plying the nscessary locales as
well as technical facilities.”
BEST WISHES
ODOM'S DINER
HOURS 5 A. M. to 8 P.M.
HOME COOKING
Lunch Plates—7sc
Full Course Dinner
SI.OO up
Home Made Pies
102 SOUTH DIXIE
LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA
BEST WISHES ALWAYS
LAKE WORTH
HERALD
Printers & Publishers
Lake Worth's First Business
Institution
Established 1912
111 N. DIXIE HIGHWAY
PHONE 6613
LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
Specialising in
Real Italian Spaghetti
with Meat Balls
Chicken Cacciatora
Veal Cutlet Parmigiana
Veal Scaloppine Al Marsala
THF
COCONUT TREE
RESTAURANT
Steaks Sea Food
Fried Chicken
(On Lucerne Ave. Between Dixie
ft I St., Lake Worth, Fla.
Phone ALmele 9139
Open 5 P.M. Til 2 A.M.
Closed Mondays
Call For Reservations at Any Time
Lake Worth, Florida
"THE WONDER CITY"
Greetings and Best Wishes
FBEDERICK BOYD
Westing house Appliances - Television
906 LUCERNE AVE. LAKE WORTH, FLA. PHONE 2-1900
* Best Wishes Always
A. E. and R. F. RAIDLE
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
1005 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, Florida
232 South County Road Palm Beach, Florida
BEST WISHES ALWAYS
HULME MUSIC SHOP
921 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, Fla. Phone 5935
OUR BEST WISHES ALWAYS
MIDTOWN SERVICE STATION
"PLEASING YOU PLEASES US"
101 N. Dixie Hwy. Lake Worth, Fla. Phone 2-1651
Greetings and Best Wishes
GREEN'S Prescription Pharmacy
801 Lake Ave., Corner J. Phone 4725
Lake Worth, Florida
VISIT . . .
THE PARRAKEET HOUSE
112 North Dixie Highway Lake Worth, Fla.
BEAUTIFUL BABY PARRAKEETS
Guaranteed To Talk or Exchange in 6 Months
IMPORTED GIFTS and LOVELY HOUSE PLANTS
Greetings and Best Wishes
GULFSTREAM Realty & Insurance Agency
JOSEPH J. GALLO, Realtor and Insuror
Day Phone 6607 1 Night Phone 6982
131 NORTH DIXIE HWY. LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA
Best Wishes
DANNYMAC
Slip Covers Draperies Upholstering
FRANCES DANAHY CHARLES DANAHY
,26 S. DIXIE HWY. LAKE WALES, FLA. PHONE 5456
Best Wishes Always
COOPER SENN
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
18 S. DIXIE HWY. LAKE WALES, FLA. PHONE 4021
GREETINGS
DIXON'S FEED & POULTRY CO.
SECURITY FEEDS and SEEDS
FERTILIZER INSECTICIDES—FRESH EGGS
Live and Dressed Poultry
917 LAKE AVENUE PHONE 6854
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LAKE WORTH SHELL SERVICE
",SERVICE IS MY MOTTO "
Melvin Case, Proprietor
U-HAUL RENTAL AGENT
128 N. DIXIE HWY. LAKE WALES, FLA. PHONE 9296
Greetings and Best Wishes
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IN LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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