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The Jewish Floridian ( June 6, 1947 )

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JiwyyElliDiciidliiaun Tbm&w^g-^ HE JEWISH UNITY WISH 20 NUMBER 23 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNrTbviiif PRICE: TEN CENTS ,'nai B'rith District No 5 Convenes decision To Visit 1st Annual Convention On Beach Camps Deferred iv Abram L. Sachar and Frank Gervasi head the list of ttinquished speakers who will address the 5th District B'nai 'nth Convention during its four-day sessions from June 7 Lcuqh June 10 in Miami Beach. Expected to be attended by approximately 1,000 B'nai B'rith nates and friends, with more than 700 delegates already stered from seven Southeastern states, this 71st annual mention will focus on a program which highlights commuy-relations. veterans' services, youth forums and symposiums. jd youth-adjuslment problems. Co-chairmen of the convention committee are E. Albert Pallot ShoWm 1 Miami,_and j Th( convention wlll (loS( wlth ividR. Isen the Miami Beach Convention headquarters ;:he St. Moritz hotel, Miami ich. Additional hotels at delegati will register are Sands. B il Palm and Porn. ening Saturday evening at vith a business session fililted bv a cocktail party at the id. the B'nai B'rith agenda Itfinucs with four subsequent ness scheduled for IJTI. and 3 p.m.. Sunday, and n Monday and Tuesday, he first official luncheon of cm Sunday at 1 p.m. ;Steak House, Miami Beach, present as featured speaker noted war correspondent. Gervasi. Known for his Jkground in on-the-spot coverof world news, Gervasi's will be "The American xiint in World Affairs." ief uf Collier's Washington ofsinre July, 1945, Gervasi lered the war fronts for that plication and is the author of i books. "Thi War Has Seven s" and "Bui Soldiers WonIWhy," in which he detailed interpreted war events in land. India, China and Spain. hpent months of travel also portuual. neutral Italy. Hungand Palestine. lay include a lide from the Honey Plaza 'at 4 p.m. and a water carand dance at the Raleigh that evening. atured for Monday evening '" Hillel ,„H1 B.B.Y.Osym. 'tthe Miami Beach Comfty Center. 14th and Euclid opening at 8:1)0 p.m. A fatizatmn by local B*nai .girl members will present [S-rold Program of B.B.Y.O." %  !" >g. in retrospect, the vari|Pls of B'nai B'rith girls' "isdunnn the preceding year, wed and directed by Miss !* Carnovsky, director of *<"* for District 5. Par^K include Irene Jacobs. MMTrudi Lach. Dollv h „ y, h and Florence F". Marjorie Miller. Janet yerly K,.ch. Roslyn Adele /.iff. j ean Ncvcl •'"'man and Miss Rita *n. pianist sK?" Wenorah pins 'certificates engraved ,F„ lla parchment to the it,*'" 1 leade !" in ,h ^nembership drive, Miehuenbj g, Charles R. "and M.X peinberg of thoT u ,'" taka P 1 ** ; "Mun.h,,,,, sessions. it %  SC --v by Sam ^ni lodge president. a banquet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Steak House. Honored guest and speaker there will be Dr. Abram L. Sachar. national director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations and widely known as an educator and director of youth organizations, under whose stimulus Hillel Foundations have been established on the campuses of more than L33 universities in the L'nited States, Canada and Cuba. Outlined to serve the cultural, social and inter-faith needs of Jewish students. Hillel Foundations have been instrumental in aiding students to participate in civic affairs following graduation. From Harvard university. Dr. Sachar did graduate research at the University of Cambridge, PLAN SESSIONS Simultaneous with the men's convention, the B'nai B'rith Women's District 5 members will engage in a convention program centered at the Poinciana hotel, the women's convention headquarters. Presiding officer of the women's district grand lodge is Mrs. Louis S. Piassick. who will introduce Dr. Sachar on Monday for a leadership training institute series. Speaker at the institute also will be Mrs. Arthur K. Laufman. national director of women's activities. The women's convention will close with a tea at the home of Mis. Louis Ileiman at 423 E. Rivo Alto dr., Miami Beach. General chairman of the worn. en's convention committee is Mrs. Harry Gordon of MiamL CONDITIONS IN CYPRUS CAMPS IS DEPLORABLE JERUSALEM (JTA) — The internmen! camps for Jewish refugees on Cyprus are so overcrowded that hundreds of persons are without beds and compelled to sleep on the bare qround. it is learned here. The situation was made worse by the arrival of nearly 400 immigrants who arrived in Palestine aboard the Yehuda Halevi and were immediately deported to Cyprus. The Halevi passengers were mainly Sephardic Jews from North Arica. FIRST IMATIQNAL Fifth-Place Contest Sees Turk-Pole Issue Clouded | and modernizing program within The fifth-place contest for Mithe structure of The First Naami Beach city councilman.: tional Bank of Miami nearing LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)—The U.N. inquiry committee on Palestine this week decided to defer a final decision on visiting the camps for displaced Jews in Europe until it completes hearings in Palestine. At a public meeting the committee elected Chief Justice Emil Dandstroem of Sweden as its permanent chairman. Senator Alberto Ulloa of Peru was elected vice chairman. The committee adopted unanimously rules governing the taking of written and oral testimony. Flexible in character they allow the committee full scope and freedom of action as regards the time and place of taking testimony. They reserve the right to turn over the testimony for screening to a sub-committee. The only positive restriction placed on those who wish to be heard orally is that they state in advance the subject on which they desire to present evidence. It was obvious, however, that the time factor would set a limit on New York organizations. This was made clear With an extensive remodeling j to them in a letter they will receive inviting them to state their views in writing, with u England, and after receiving his which closed in a dramatic seecompletion, Wiley R. Reynolds, saw battle finally tabulating a president, announced June 1 the majority of 27 votes for Ralph C. ratification of the merger of the Pole against Harold Turk, may i American National Bank of Mibe renewed with a ballot investiami and The First Trust Colligation, reported Mr. Turk in post-1 pany with and into The First election comment-. National Bank of Miami, effecMr. Turk was apparent victor live at the close of business June in the race until absentee votes 14 and operative on the opening began weighting the scales for of business Monday, June 16. ApPole. Turk announced he would proval Of the merger by sharefile a petition for a writ of manholders of the institutions condamu* in circuit court charging corned was given without a dis'•aross irregularity" in the absenting vote. The Certificate of sentee voting. 'Approval of the consolidation Turk said he would charge' agreement, issued by the Comp"many of the absentee ballots trailer of the Currency of the were improperly filled out with United States was received by Xs all over them so that I don't the bank on May 31. Federal how inspectors could tell Deposit Insurance Corporation (Continued on page 4) ee there in doctor of philosophy he was affiliated with the University of Illinois, home of the first Hillel Foundation. In 1932 he became national Hillel direct' He will address the B'nai B'rith joint nun's and women's convention on "Problems of Youth Adjustment in the Post-War World." BEN GURION EXPLAINS VIEW JERUSALEM (JTA) -David Ben Burion this week declared that his recent proposal for an independent Jewish state in part of Palestine, with the mandate remaining in force in the other was his own private a&ATMSr sax Services Held For Crash Viet i ms The first of the funeral rites to be held for Miami victims of the tragic plane crash which last Friday plummeted 53 persons to their deaths in Maryland swampland, took place Wednesday in double services tor Miss Queenie Machtei, 27, and Leo Machtei. 25, daughter and son of Rabbi and Mrs Samuel M. Machtei of Had S. W. 17th ter. Officiating clergymen at the Gordon Funeral home were Rabbi* Leon Kronish, Joseph E Rackovsky, [rving Lehrman and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Aunts COMMITTEE mSfB J UNE is "KAIEM (JTA)-The Agency executive has Zil C ? n r ne a ">e.ling SS A c,ioni commit C u m June ,S iJ was has already been ""•mbers of the comQUEENIE MACHTEI attending the rites were Mrs Julius K ronick of Pittsfield, Mass., Mrs. Charles Mendelson Vonkers, N. Y„ Mrs Herman Enson of Brooklyn, and Mr and Mrs Sam Kate, also Of Brooklyn. Harvey Seeds Post guard ol honor conducted services at the .side in Mt. Nebo cemc for Leo Machtei. who was a yet, ,. a ,i of World War II. Forming ,rd of honor for Miss Machtei. graduate of the nurses' training school at Jackson Memorial hospital, Wl ,e the hospital nuraes. Also present was Miss RebaBosC ov of Reading. Pa., a fellow student from the Juilliard academy. Surviving, besides their parents, is -, sister. Miss Naomi Machtei. As additional bodies are identified and the remains shipped here, burial plans will be announced for the other Pf**"*" a the Ul-ffated flight 60S ;: h h was scheduled non-stop %  m the Newark airport to Mii' „ Killed in the death crash ;J .,',. several prominent members of ,hc Jewish community or then nearest km In the L't of 53 wer George S. Polite, jr., president G e 2*?.i Palm Furniture Factory, wife ried daughters and a son; and fules Ganz, co-owner of the Frozen Foods Co. Mr. Ganz' survivors are his wife and nother, and two small children. Another victim of the disaster .vas P. J. Rosengarten of Perth Am bo v. N. J. en route to visit his father'. I. Rosengarten, ill in Vichospital. Mr. Rosengarten is survived by his parents of 618 S. W. 11th ave.. his wife and two small children, and a brother in Miami. Henry D. Rosengarten of 2130 S. W. 15th St, -*• leach for the past five years, who rssumvedbyh.swife.twomaLEO MACHTEI the reservation that their request for oral hearings will be subject to the discretion—and the time—of the committee. These requests must be submiled in 30 copies on or before June 6. The inquiry body decided to accord the Jewish Agency, Britain and the Arab Higher committee the right to appoint liaison officers to the committee. The rights of these officers were flexibly defined to include furnishing of information and rendering of any assistance the committee may require. The liaison officers may also "on their own initiative" supply information at the discretion of the committee. The decision was taken over the persistent objections of Australia's delegate. John Hood, who warned that the lights of or restrictions on the officers should be more specifically defined. Meanwhile. Faris el Khouri. Syrian member of the security council and chief Arab spokesman at the U.N., announced that he was protesting to U.N. Secretary General Trygve Lie against alleged ''pro-Zionist" bias in the 1,000 pages of printed matter prepared by the U.N. secretariat as background material for the inquiry commission. Khouri said that the documents presented too favorable a picture of Jewish developments in Palestine and placed too much emphasis on President Truman's various statements on Palestine, without giving equal space to Arab declarations. Six of the eleven members of the committee met as a sub-commit tee last week behind closed doors to make recommendations on 25 questions placed before them by U.N. Secretary General Trygve Lie. Dr. Jozhe Brilej. the Yugoslav member, indicated that he will insist that the inquiry committee visit the DP camps in Europe. SNEH OPPOSES ANY PARTITION FORMULA PARIS (JTA)—Sharp opposition to "any partition formuja" was voiced by Moshe Sneh, a member of the Jewish Agency executive, speaking at the 8th Conference of the French General Zionist Organization.



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PAGE TWO fjmisii fhridian Edith Shier Discloses June 8 Wedding Plans Designating her two Bisters as maid of honor and junior bridesmaid, Miss Edith Shier today disclosed final plans on her marriage June 8 to Bernard Applebaum, which takes place at Beth David at 3 p.m. with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Both Miss Shier and Mr. Applebaum are 1947 graduates of the University of Miami. In addition to JoAnn Shier, as maid of honor, and Sandra Joyce Shier as junior bridesmaid, the bride's attendants will includ. Miss Isadora Margolis, bridesmaid; Mrs. Jack Kamenoff of Orlando as bridesmatron — Mrs. Kamenoff is the former Madaleen Schulman of Miami—Lois Socolow, and Arlcne Badanes, 1 lower girls, and Sharon Badanes as ringbearer. Harpist will be Mrs Marvin Richard, with Miss Irene Patty as vocalist. The bridegroom will have as his attendants three classmates from the University ol Miami Kenneth Lipman as best man. and Harold Bamborg and Stanley Lambert, ushers. The wedding party will be guests at a luncheon at Ilu; preceding the wedding rehearsal this Friday. A reception at Beth David will be held immediately following the marriage cerem iny, with a family dinner at the Robert Richter hotel. The daughter of Mr. and M Henrv Shier of 1236 S. W. 21s. ter.. Miss Shier is identified with numerous community activities She is adviser to A.L.S. chapter, B'nai B'rith, and. with Mr. Applebaum, is a Sunday school teacher at Beth David. Previously at the University of Florida, Mr. Applebaum. the son of Mrs. Mane Applebaum of l"l" S. W. 23rd ter.. served four years in the Navy and was discharged with the rank of lieutenant (j.g I The couple plan a honeymoon trip through the Carolina mountains. Judith Weiss' Betrothal Announced By Parents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. We BK of Miami take pleasure in announcing the engagement of their daughter. Judith Irene, to Dr. Personally Sneaking Silver will be an event of late June. Miss lackie Nadel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ben Nadel of 2117 S W FUth St.. left Friday for an extended visit in New YorkWhile'here she plans to do photography modeling. • • Sam B. Miller is in Tucson. Ariz., on a business trip. • • Mr and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad wish to be remembered to the? numerous friends in Greater Miami. They •£"*" a vacaton at the Langham hotel-apartments in Los Angeles. • • Mr and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg have returned from a trip to New Yak. where Mr. Eisenberg underwent an operation. Mr Eisenberg is associated with the Riverside Memorial chapel of Miami Beach. FRIDAY JUNE 6. 1947! Marilyn Ann Kantor Will Wed Martin Lundy, Vet Mi Ss Marilyn An,. Kantor 1 ,.„ gagement to Mart,,, Lundy ha, been announced by her mothw Mrs. Abraham H. doss 124J :.i;ss JUDITH WEISS Elliott Carl Cohen, son of Dr. and Mrs, Harry Cohen ol New York Citj and Miami Beach. Miss Weiss attended the University of Miami and is a graduate ol the School of Education 0 1 New York University. She recently appeared with the Broadway Players, an acting company in Daytona Beach, Fla. Dr.' Cohen graduated from V.,le University and the Long island College of Medicine. At present he is resident physician at the Cumberland Hospital. Brooklyn, N. Y. All friends are cordially invited to attend a reception to be held Saturday evening, June 7 at 8 p m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs, W iss, 1650 S. W. 21st .-t. Unveiling Services For Gus Ginsburg on Sunday The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Gu Ginsburg. husband of Mrs M illy Ginsburg and father of Mrs George Chertkof, Mrs. Joseph Goldstein, and Miss Paula Ginsburg of Miami will take place Sunday, June 8. at Woodlawn cemetery at 11 a.m.. under the direction of the Gordon Monument Co. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Hess-Robbins Nuptials At Roney Plaza Saturday Miss Betty Jane Hess was mar1 ied on May 31 to Dr. Ralph Rob. bins, at the Honey l'la/a hotel. n a bl 1 Leoi Kronish officiated, %. Sun.s/11/ir msfartu Cool, summertime Housecoats $7-98 Soft rayon with pastel bouquet print is used for these washable housecoats you'll want to tuck in your vacation trunk! Wrap-around style with set-in belt, short sleeves, classic collar and soft gathers in front skirt. Blue or pink with white print. Sizes 12 to 20 in the group. MIAMI BTORB, HOUBECOATS, THIRD FLOOR MRS. RALPH WOimiKS A reception followed in the Imperial Room, Daugl tei of Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Hess, annual winter visitors from Lawrence, L. I., who came south for the evi t, I 1 bride was att< y her sister-ii Mi Ha old Slavin, a matron ol honor, an i la] atti ndants Miss Mae Robbins and her sister-inlaw, Mrs. Jack Leopold, her cousin. Donna Slavin was flower girl. Bi I man for Dr. Robbins, the son of Mr, a: d Mrs, Marcus Robbins of 1100 Drexel ave., was his brother. Dr. Alexander Robbins Ushers were l)i Bernard Robbies. Dr. Max Novich, N< wark, N. J.. Jack Leopold, Daniel Hi jr., and Dr. Arthur Rose. Following a two week h moon in Havana, tl lywedi will spend a month in New York, Upon their return they will reside at 3 Century Lane, Belle Isle, Mrs. Robbins attended Stratford Hall in Danville. Va., and has done modeling in New York and screen work in California. Dr. Robbing 1a graduate of the University of Virginia. Miss Marcia Sable, daughter of Mrs. Mae Sable of 1132 >ucM ave! Miami Beach, will return home this weekend for summer vacation from Florida State university. Miss Sable is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. • • Mr and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and their daughter, Joy, left Friday for an extended vacation in St. Louis. Dr William B. Bernstein has left to do post-graduate work this summer at the Philadelphia General hospital. Mrs Bernstein and their three children will spend the summer months in Johnstown, Pa. ^ # Mr and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman of 2263 S. W. 21st ter have returned from a three weeks business and pleasure trip through Washington. New York, New Jersey and Columbia. S. C. Miss Irene Stern of Columbia, S. C, is spending a week with her sister and brother-in-law as their houseguest. • • Mr and Mrs. Oscar Argintar of 1542 N. W. Second st., and Mrs Argintar's father, Mr. Newell, will motor to Tallahassee this weekend to attend the graduation of their daughter, Ester, from Florida State university. • • Mr and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman of Miami Beach and their daughter, Doris, left this week to spend the summer in New York. While in the North they wUl visit their sons, Tom and Ted. and will return after the marriage of their daughter, Rita. • • Honeymooners from Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Olshine have arrived at the Versailles hotel for their first Miami Beach vacation. Mrs. Olshine is the former Tidg Frenkel of Cincinnati. Mr. Olshine was recently discharged after five years' service with the field artillery. 'Iheir marriage took place on May 27 in Cincinnati. • • Also honeymooning at the Versailles hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Lee Castle who were married May 27 in Greenwich, Conn. The bride is the former Renee May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David May of Central Park West. New York City. Mr. Castle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Castle of Miami Beach. • • Rabbi David Raab of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, who has relinguished his position, will leave Fort Lauderdale on July 1 on a northern trip. • • Three-week guests of the Versailles hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lewis, married in Manhattan on May 31. Mrs. Lewis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Weinstock of West Forest Hills. L. I. Mr. Lewis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lewis, also of West Forest Hills, and represents a Miami export firm. The Lewis' are the 100th honeymoon couple to arrive at the hotel since the first of the year. • • Dr. Max Pepper left Wednesday for Atlantic City to attend meetings of the American Heart association, the American Diabetic association, and the annual convention of the American Medical association. He will return June 14. Miss Marilyn Ann Kan tor Drexel ave., Miami Beach. Mrl Lundy is the sun ol Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lundy of 1329, Pennsylvania ave., Miami 15. .1 Formerly of Philadelphia, MrJ Lur.dy attended the Univi of Florida and sei ved in the Navy for three and a half years. He is now a stupdent at the University of Miami. Barbara Neufeld Will Marry Dr. Theo. Mandy Announcement of the engaged ment of Miss Barbara NYufeld td Dr. Theodore Mandy has b'.efl made by her parents, Mr. and| m MISS BARBARA .Vf.'UTELD| Mrs. Sidney Lewi : >H Beach and HendersonviUe. H, Dr. Mandy is a son ol Mr. an Mrs Samuel Mandy, of Bait more, Md. Miss Neufeld is M in Baltimore visiting Dr. Mrs. Arthur Mandy. mmmi URCTj I-ZXTZ H^IVCH Stephen Katz, Allen Brooks Shevach and Edward Masur will leave on June 26 for Brant Lake Camp in the Adirondacks. • • Allen Brooks Shevach, son of Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shevach, was host to a group of classmates from the North Beach Elementary school at a luncheon and pool party held Thursday in the Caribbean hotel. His guests were Linda Kars, Cornelia Turk, Carol Kratish, Merrill Ann Trent, Temma Mazor, Deanno Granoff, Helen Jo and Stephen Schwarz. Judy Kamm, Stephen Katz, Demi Zachar, Martin Raff and Edward Masur. • • Eileen Barbara Shevach and her friends will celebrate her third birthday on June 8 with a party at the Caribbean hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Minkoff, 1764 S. W. Tenth St., announce the birth of Stanley Jay on May 28 at the Jackson Memorial hospital. An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BAY-BEE DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY 2111 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 9-5593 In FIVE MINUTES _A Lady With A future. Became A JVoman With A Past! HEDY LAMARR "Dishonored Lady M DENNIS O'KEEFE JOHN LODER



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jJ^SbtaWUl Wed Popkin In Summer wedding has planned Harry |.,[,. summer planned by Miss Mona wh ose engagement to jjrry Popkin was announced Beverly Kendall to Wed S. W. (Dick) Hefner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M Kendall, 1777 N. W. Fourth st., have announced the engagement of their daughter. Beverly, to S. W. ^J fhridlfan HISS WON A RUBIN m, w ei k her parents, Mr. ind Mrs. Al e Rubin of 400 Collins ave., Miami Beach. The bride-< led is a graduate of Miami Beach high school and thel'riV' rsitj if Alabama, where she was vice president of Sigma Delta T-''L; rority and a member dthe elemi nl try council of educaiion. Shi instructor of the ntral Beach ele100I. Mr. Popkii of Augusta, Ga., is a graHn i Georgia School of Tecl da veteran of tree years' Navy service. He is working for his master's degree at Tulanc University, New Orleans. MISS BEVERLY KENDALL (Dick) Hefner, jr., son of the senior Hefners of 1533 N. W. Eighth st. Mr. Hefner, now a student .it the University of Miami, previously attended the Universil Florida. Both he and the brideelect are graduates of Miami high school. SK T Gro VP s Elected For iziits Leadership Plans Board of Directors for the Jewish Social Service Bureau held May 29, officers elected were; honorary pr ident, Mrs Benjamin Meyers; president, Colonel Elry Stone; vice presidenl Mrs Jacob Eppstein, Mrs. Monte SeUg Judge Harold Spaet; secretary! Leo Ackerman; treasurer, ny'and Ril istant treasurer Irving Frai kel I" addition to these officers, '"' : members of the Board wer. i li ctco to i rve on the Executive committee: Mi N '' %  D Herman Selinsky, Leon Ell, Mrs. Benja i in Sherry, Fr< d Shochet, Rabbi Max SI n i H d I %  Milton Sirkin, .v.. Ch rli T Max Silvi :. Di M. .1 s R bi Irving Lei rn an and Dr. Alex Libow. Presei ted at v e mei til g repoi' the ni %  tries R. C nal turn:. I e burt au's opi lion, to offset 11 e failure of thi Chesl : PAGE THREE Pion-Keilson Nuptials Marked In Home Ceremony The Bureau ol Jewish Eduralioi urn • it registration for the i i of Helm .'. %  school opens M !> a.m • thi Beth David .' : Beac Jew ish Cei tet. at d Miami h (i: thodox i ons. It's the lleinz Kosher Vegetarian Boked beans have long been "best-sellers" in ail Jewish neighborhoods. Oven-baked till they are flolder-brown and tender -drenched m delightful tomotc sauce Heinz Vegetariar Baked Beans (they're pareve) are a quick-to-f.x. sure-toP'eose dish for milchig" Of' fleischig' meals. LOOK FOR THE SEAL or KASHRUTH, U UNION Of ORTHODOX JEWISH C0N0tCMIO HS 01 WICA IVrMiiisilly Speaking Br. and Mrs. Alvin S. Gardner have returned from their trip to the West Indies. Thev also visited Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba. Harry I. Maqid left Thursday on a vacation trip which will take him to Nashville, Tenn., where he will join Mrs. Manid and visit his dauqhter ard son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Ghertner. Mr. Ghertner 's head of the Cullum-Ghertner Printing Cc. Harry Cantor has left on a month's automobile trip through the Eas;. David R. Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Braznel! apartments, Miami Beach, was qraduated recently from Mercersburg academy, Mercersburq, Pa. He entered the academy in 1945, was a member of the Irving Literary society, and active in the band. Midshipman Ben Goodman, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber. Goodman of 1524 Jefferson ave., was one of 80 men qraduatec from the United States Naval academy at Annapolis Monday night. Goodman, who plans to qo into aviation, altended Marion Institute High school and Junior college, both in Marion, Ala before entering the academy from the Third Congressional distric' of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shapiro and their oldest son, Stephen, of Spartanburq, S. C, have arrived in Miami Beach to attend the E'nai B'rith convention. Mr. Shapiro is the vice president of the Spartanburg B'nai B'rith lodge and Mrs. Shapiro is the secretary of the Council of Jewish Women of Spartanburg. Mrs Shapiro is the daughter cf Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder and hairman of the Spinoza Forum. Rosa Carol and Maureen Ann Colin, daughters of Mr. and Mrs Maurice C. Cohn of 297 N. Hibiscus dr.. Hibiscus Island, will spend the summer months in the North Carolina mountains a: Camp Skylark. Mrs. Lillie Mack Trevey of Washington. D. C, is spending a si mmer vacation as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Lyn Cohn. Stanley, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Saal, ^become "XNNOUNaNG ] The Opening of the New B & B KOSHER MEAT j AND ; DELICATESSEN MARKET; 804 S. W. 22nd Avenue 1 F *m FRESH DRESSED TOULTRY # FINEST WESTERN MEAT j New York Delicatessen and Appears | Ho, Corned Beef and Pas,ram ;(7 ^ r .,,., E ***** ] # WATCH FOR OPENING DATE • j "BOB" PITOC!! .mtf*—m* ^ M ss PI yllis Pion ol New York ide on Friday %  :ob Keilon, .: nd Mrs. Myei ; n ol New York and Miami I by Rabbi Moses eloff the wedding was atti li d y immediate friends of and took place in the ome, 2252 S. W. 22nd Miss Pion, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ji pi II. Liebster of New York, attended the University of oklyn College. Mr. Keil on did graduate work in law at Columbia University f<>laduation from the Unij versity of Pennsylvania. He served in the Army Signal Corps and is now head of the Keilson Advertising company, a national advertising agency founded by his father with headquarters in New York. Guests at the home ceremony were Mr. and Mrs, R. Lance, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kopelman and Mrs. Kopelman's mother, Harry Shif. M. Lipman, J. Socolof, Dr. and Mrs. Julius Oshlag, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levinson, Fred K. Shochet, Albert Shifrin of Philadelphia, and the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Liebster. Mr. and Mrs. Kcils;n will return to New York where they will make their home. UPHOLSTERY CLEANING — FURNITURE ACE RUG CLEANERS CAREFUL RUG AND CARPET CLEANERS Clean Rugs Make Healthy Homes Rugs Cleaned. Dyed & Demothed — Carpet Laying & Repairing 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 Miami 36, Fla. 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I PAGE FOUR +Jml$tiJkxj FRIDAY JUNE6 iJ Editorial WELCOME. B'NAI B'RITH Fifth District of B'nai B'rith and auxiliary convenes on Miami Beach this weekend. Some seven hundred delegates from seven Southeastern states will gather for business and tor pleasure. ... Miami and Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodges and auxiliaries will be hosts to the regional group of one of Americas outstanding service organizations. It is anticipated that we will be honored by having Louis Heiman of this community ascend to the district presidency. The hosts have done much to insure the success of the meetinqs and social functions. B'nai B'rith through its varied programs has made an enviable record. The road ahead presents even greater opportunities. Future achievement depends on meetings as that to oe held here this weekend. Exchange of ideas and messages trorn Beth David Children Set for Father's Day An unusual Father's Day function in Greater Miami will be the 'Father and Child" breakfas scheduled at the Alcazar hotel for Sunday. June 15. by more than 200 students of the Beth David congregation's Hebrew and Sunday schools. Planned bv the boys and girls themselves, who have formed adult-style committees for the purpose, invitations to the breakfast have been issued to all lathers who are members of the congregation or who have chil,i en m attendance at the Beth David Sunday school or Hebrew school. Heading the committee i impetus to greater accomplishment. held here this weekend, txenange oi HWU-J ""-""^ ;•-; s Ass stin g committee memexperienced men will unfold the paths of further pronress bers are gst^ G reenberg. chairthe delegates assembled. I man of the program committee; We welcome B'nai B'rith Fifth District. May your gathering Judy ;ind Kenneth Myers. Danny here provide the needed ation to go forth with added Rob erts, Jerry Streit. Bernard Dal/. Jimmy Gordon, rrank A. Greenberg, Stuart Lubitz. Charles Rosenblitt, Jerry Schulman, Bob UNINSTRUCTED DELEGATES SSfeJPSK ESSd'*BZ A telegram was received this week signed by Solomon GoldL ,, wi man. Edmund I. Kaufman. Louis E. Levinthal Louis L.psky. I ___ — Morris Rothenberg. Robert Szold, Stephen S. Wise, all former y Spring Dance Will presidents of the Zionist Organization of America. The text of Rhumba. Waltz the message read: The undersigned invite your cooperation feature —a, a—Action at the, convention^ the Zionist Organize,%  ^—^ ( .^ r £ Spring Dance to take place Sunlay evening, June H. at the Police Benevolent Hall, 2300 N. W 14th St. In addition, there will be a run ba exhibition by two local TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. (Copyright, 1946. Seven Arti Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON tion of America to be held in New York July 4: The 50th anrual convention of the Zionist Organization of America is scheduled to be held in New York on July 4. It is meeting at a time when momentous issues, involving the character of our movement and the very future of Palestine, are at stake. At no time has it been so essential to maintain the integrity of the organization, its democratic character, and the free expression Arthur Murray instructors, Miof opinion without let or hindrance by any administrative rec '^^^cjt-r : md An. a Macstrictions. During the past few years we have become increasj > -The w a It, test j hrmtcd ingly concerned with the tendency in the Zionist Organization JJJJJJJ which allows one administration virtually to appoint or desig-1 Musjc wi]| )o flirnishcd by nate its own successors. Contrary to every democratic prm-!,, V| TyUi| ;ind hls ( ()p;| Cabana ciple. and to use the administrative machinery to that end, j qjphestra. Table reservations are contrary to all principles of civil service. Unfortunately, Zionist' now hems made for large parties. conventions have been reduced to mass meetings and demonj strations of assent, and throuch controls from above have ceased | Silvermans Announce to be deliberative assemblies for the determination of Zionist • „ .... x issues and the election of an administration truly reflecting the views of the rank and file. "Deeply deploring this state of affairs in our movement, we former presidents of the Zionist Organization of America, belonging to no single party or group, holdinq different opinions on many Zionist guestions, appeal to the Zionists of America to send to the convention delegates uninstructed. unbound, uncommitted to any group or faction, and unpledged to any candidate or list of officers, leavina to the deleaates themselves, through their own uncontrolled committees, the full and free opportunity to elect such an administration as may best serve the interests of the Zionist movement." The Congress Explains: Dr. David Petegorsky, executive director of the American Jew-I ish Congress, lets us know that his organization is opposed to th Buckley bill against anti-Semitism. H.R. 2848. for various reasons! The reasons given are: 1. The bill is unconstitutional; 2. It j. too all-embracing; 3. As drafted, the bill would bar even the distribution of truthful statements about any ethnic group Hcl adds that AJC experts are at work drafting a better bill. Illuminating: We're told that Rabbi Irving Miller, addressing a recent Zionist meeting in New York, reported that during an interview during the war the then Deputy Prime Minister Attlee made a comment which may throw some light on his antagonism to the Jewish position in Europe and Palestine Miller was telling Attlee about the terribW tragedy that befell the Jewish people as a result of Hitler's march through Europe when Attlee impatiently interrupted him, saying: "I'm sick of hearing of Jewish hearing Don't think that Jews have a monopoly on suffering." Interesting But Not True: William Zukcrman's "The Silver Lining" in the June issue of the Ladies' Home Journal makes good reading, but we can't agree with its conclusion that "the bulk of the non-Jewish population outside Germany did not share the Nazi brutality and hatred for the Jews" And then William Zukerman, a very good reporten who should know better, goes on to say "In the midst of the greatest upsurge of anti-Jewish persecution in history, a strong pro-Jewish] even philo-Somitic movement sprang up in Europe and countered! the anti-Semitic horrors" Statistics contradict our friend Zuker-[ man Hungary, Rumania and Poland, to mention just three! countries outside Germany, built up a terrifying record ol massl anti-Semitism during the war First National Bank Reveals Merger Plans ( %  Continued from page ') approval was also obtained. "This consolidation into one of the oldest, largest and sound..-', b anking institutions in the South." said Reynolds, "follow., l I t I I T I *-,' -------*, — — as a natural consequence of the'city council, the el etion cstab Bar Mitzvah of Jules Ben Invitations have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Silvcrman of Fort Lauderdale to the Barclose relationship and joint management that have existed between the individual banks. "It means a new era m banking for Miami," he continued. "Not only will the depositors and the customers of both the American National Bank and The First Fifth-Place Contest Sees Turk-Pole Issue Clouded (Continued from page 1) whom the people had really voted for." Preceded by a n onl of spirit-l ed campaigning by 14 candidate] for five seats on the M VICTIMS IN AIRPLANE DISASTER ah of their son. Jules Ben, National Bank now enjoy enineumnems wniian c on Friday. June 13. at 8 p.m. at i a rged quarters and ultra-modern Louis F. (Red) Sne the Temple in Fort Lauderdale. equ jp m ent, but also banking and j The defeated c A reception will follow the serlrust facilities on a par with the according to their vi vices at Temple Hall fincs jn ht> country." were Melvin J Rich! — — .i .. !Ji •% r"^,1^ ir\ .icihth nl.'irr J Albert Heads Miami Beach Civic League James M. Albert was elected president of the Civic League of Miami Beach at a -upper Wednesday in Maurice's restaurant, 2701 Collins ave. First and second vice presidents named are James H. Ruby and Arthur Frishman. while 1 Harold Ungerleider and Alexander S, Gordon were chosen treasurer and secretary, respectively. Elected to the board of directors are: Jake Ehrlich, Jack Abbott, Harry Sirkin. Lou Gilman. Hei ry Green, George Bertman, Ed Singer, Dr. M. B. Cerlin and Paul Greene. The officers will be installed at a special meeting June 21. lished bai kei Mai i Lii berman and Maurice (Doc) Klein, South Beach druggist, as big i si men on the ticket and automatic rc-J cipients therefore of a four-yeai term each. They received in exj cess of 5,000 votes. Two-year terms are slated for successful incumbents William Burbridge! and Pole lates, lists ote-count, hard, San Cold in eighth place, J C. (Jackl Kimball, Mrs. Theresa Kanter, The merger, the president announced, brings the entire per. sonnel. operating officers and Edward L. Owens, Edward Het board members of the American Mrs. Frances O. Wai James P. Jefl'rcs Sworn in Wcdnr National Bank ir.to The Fust Na tional. The First Trust Company at the same time, becomes a part city council will b. delayed i of the Trust Department of The Its consideration of First National Bank of Miami. The present Board of Directors of The First National Bank lies by the illness oj two council! men, Burbridge and Pole. Cot" cilman Burbridge of Miami will remain unchanged from a virus mlr. tioi at SB GEORGE S. POLITZ. JR. JULES GANS ZIONIST EXPANSION DINNER HEARS LOCAL SPEAKERS Miami Zionist district held its annual expansion fund dinner Tuesday evening in the Panama :oom of the R iberl day hotel with 12f> guests attending. Burnett Roth, president of the organization, was toastmaster and presented the speakers, who inwith the merger and will continue to guide the afairs of the consolidated bank. Wiley R. Reynolds, sr., an outstanding banker, and his family purchased the controlling interest of the bank from E. C. Romfh in May. 1946. The following men now head the three institutions to be consolidated: Wiley R. Reynolds, president, The' First National Bank of Miami; Clement B. Chinn, president, American NaFrancis hospital, and Pole confined to his home. 1537' 1 ington ave.. as th resull ot neMvous collapse in City m while he was awaitn i "j returns. .] First matters to be attended tf, bv the city councilrnen are tn appointment of department iteaq and the confirmatioi q ail J holders not und< r civil scrue following mayor. asked him to come to Mjami tional Bank of Miami, who teL nare the responsibility ?' c *"j well known for his business and \ nR ()Ut llu policies which we civic activities and president of being pursued, the Belcher Oil Co.; R. C. Houser, president, The First Trust Company, who is one of the oldest directors of The First National to the president <>f The First n Bar.k, and prominent in Miami • ud.,1 Mr. Abe Goodman, nabusjn css and p clv „. ( ,,,. lcs Uonal treasurer of the Zionist c _, KimbaU assistant inization of America; Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David; Mr. Harry Simonhoff, past president >f the district, Rabbi Shapiro urged the local residents to take a more active and warm interest in Zionism mm. i*ii. ouiioiiiioii ciesc riDca a "* ti,v ^ %  • %  **.,.nj *•• ..-r% recent meeting of the American where he received Phi Beta KapCouncil for Judaism, contrasting pa honors. He has a background .t with recent local meetings of f 20 years of banking and iihe Zionist Organization. He exnancial expedience. ^J __* • .-. • %  -^ l,* _!-l_l 1 1 sine* it 120 N JulyPublished every F^fliy ito? IN KlT-^^aWnWt" 1 Sixth Street. Miami .ered a second-c ,is rn-itter 1930. at the Post Off.re „^ Fla.. under the Act ot Mrcn j National Bank of Miami, and vice ^.^"'^mb.r of the Jw"£J,J chairman of the American Na-1 araphic Aoency. Seven ^^ Sfrvl d tional Bank of Miami, has been 8 ) v a n t?o'n.i Edori.i W'noli."*-*"! associated with the Reynolds, can oci;, *', on irt f' P r „, Asocii" family in their various banking I N.w.pap.^Fiorid^^ ^ Om Year $ 5^00 Two Years ~FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publish^ 2-82121 MRS. EDWARD STU.WT MICHAEL STUART Telephones 2-1141 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Oliver, the Reynolds family, conZ^~ !" ~ NUM 1 ^' i Ruth Wolkowsky and sideHng the importance of the VOLUME 20 j ., Betty Carson entertained new duties thrust upon them, re-1 ^'tVirVAN 18 5W7 isicai irtiAn 'lieved Kimball of other duties and | SEVAci ed a note of optimism for As Mr. Reynolds' right hand future of the Zionist moveman, at the death of H. Blake Oliver, the Reynolds family, contin ment. Miss I Miss with musical selections.



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FPIPAY. JU NE 6. 1947 Helen Powell Engaged To Leonard Denis raci ption announcing the engagement of Miss Helen PowM "daughter of Mr. and Mrs. v '\. .„, c Powell of Miami Beach. ^Leonard Denis, son of Mr and 5J r Samuel Denis, was held Saturday night at the Powell Sme 860 43,d rt Hosts were !rs Irvine Denis, aunt and uncle o( the groom-elect Guests attending the reception taduded Harry Denis, Mr and Srt Leo If. Alperl, Mrs. Charles ? ConVn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert e iian Mr. and Mrs. Samuel henis Arthur Meunster, Mrs. Dorothy Marks, William Brainenn Miss Ruth Gross, Mr. and M."' .1 Whalen, Mrs. W. Lieber„..' Mrs. Herman Johnson, Miss genrietta Abrams Mrs. Etta C. Uercur Bernard Sutta, and Mr and Mrs. J. Mathews. Mis Powi II. whose mother is Prances K Powell, is employed as a social case worker with the Miami Jewish Social Bureau. Her (iai"' recently discharged after >' x years' overseas Army urvjce is now associated in busifather and uncle. Miami restaurateurs. T., wi ling date has been set gepl 20, after Miss Powell's return from New York where she is studying for her master's degree in social work. *JewislirhridUari v Chairmen Named For Beth Sholom Sisterhood Alexander Kogan, president of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, has named her chairmen foi the coming year. Tr.ev are: religious school, Mrs. Loon Ell; nursery school, Mrs. All n.ineial secretary. Mrs I. Wh tman; membership. Mrs I Marcus: program, Mrs. E. Goldstrich; telephone, Mrs. A. Blutt; library, Mrs. M. Kamm; gift shop, Mrs. H. Guttman; budget and finance, Mrs. H. Kohn. flower fund. Mrs. Joseph Arkin; house, Mrs. C. Baum; hospitality. Mrs. L. Krensky; remembrance. Mrs. M. Maurcr; birthday. Mrs, E. Mencher; reservations. Mrs. I. Rothman; social secretary, Mrs. William Farr; publicity. Mrs. D. Levinson; and ways and means. Mrs. Joseph Fenias and Mrs D. Phillips. — Parliamentarian is Mrs. Sidney Ansin. Monument to Be Unveiled In Memory of H. Novack The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Harry Novack will take place at Woodlawn Cemetery Sunday, June 8, at 10 a. m. with Rabbi Moses Meschelofl officiating. Mr. Novack was the husband of Mrs. [da Novack of 4150 Nautilus drive, and the father of Mrs, Moe Rauzin and Ben Novack of Mil Relatives and friends are asked to attend the services. PAGE FIVE Markowitz Family Honors 6Cth Anniversary Fete Celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on May 10, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Markowitz of Miami Beach were feted at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Harry Fisher of 466 N. E. 31st st, at a family party. Miami residents for the past 13 years, Mr. and Mrs. Markowitz previously made their home in Los Angeles and Indianapolis. Sons and daughters honoring the event included Abe Markowitz of Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. Fisher, Isadore, Harry, Ben and Nathan Markowitz, and Mrs. Herbert O. May of Hollvwood. Fla. Members of the family who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Escol, Mrs. Abe Markowitz. Mrs. Isadore Markowitz, Harry Fisher, Mrs. Lena Moss, a niece from Detroit. Mich.; Mrs. Harry Markowitz. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Krasne. Mrs. Ben Markowitz, Herbert O. May. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Needleman. Perry Marks. Mrs. Nathan Markowitz. Abe Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marks. Mr. and Mrs. He: man Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Be n Silverman and Marvin, son of Ben Markowitz. BBG Convention to Draw Delegates to Washington Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, Director of B'nai B'rith Girls' Work, District 5, will leave next week for Washington, D. C, to plan the B'nai B'rith Girls' and Women's District 5 convention being held in the nation's capital June 21 through 24. More than 150 B'nai B'rith girls representing chapters from seven southeastern states will convene. Tentative events included in the program are a boat ride to Mt. Vernon, an Oneg Shabat, and a formal reception and dance. Miss Irene Jacobs, District 5 president of BBYW, will be an official Miami delegate to the convention. Zenda Weiner to Marry Victor Rutansky Sunday Miss Zenda Werner of 3670 S. W. 23rd ter., daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Louis Weiner of New York, will be married Sunday. June 8. in tl < %  Robert Clay hotel to Victor Rutansky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rutansky ol 10402 N. K 2l MIL The nuptials will take place at 2 p. m. with 1>. bbi Simon April officiating. The bride's maid of honor will be her sister, Mart:.a. who will come from New York for the ceremony, and the groom's best man will be his brother, Irwin. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding will include Mr. and Mrs. Weiner, the bride's parents. and Mr. Rutansky's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ossin of New York. Also present at the ceremony will be Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bloom of Miami. Both Miss Weiner and Mr. Rutansky are members ol the Emotion Club of the YMHA, and attended New York high schools. Mr. Rutansky served three years in the Army and is now employed as a liquor salesman. A dinner will he held at the hotel following the nuptials for close friends and the immediate family, after which the couple will spend a week's honeymoon in Cuba. Upon their return they will reside at 2513 S. W. 10th St. City Attorney to Speak On Functions of Office Hawthorne And Giller At Temple Israel Men's Club Judge Vernon Hawthorne and Norman M. Giller, architect, will ess members of the Temple 1 Men's club Wednesday, June 11, at 8 p. m. at Kaplan _,Ha!l. Presiding at the meeting will be the club's president, Jerome Cohen. Miami Title & Abstrat Co. 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. • Escrows • Abstracts TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. ASSETS NEARLY $2,000,000.00 One of the Oldest Title Insurance Companies In the United States The Perfect CORSET SHOP 1757 S. W. 8th Street Phe 9-9837 READY AND MADE-TO-ORDER GARMENTS INDIVIDUAL DESIGNS BY EXPERT Jack Watson, city attorney, will ess the members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at their regular weekly luncheon Friday in the Downtown Club. Bill Pallot, chairman, announced. Watson will speak on "The Functions of j the City Attorney'* Office in a Growing Community." The Luncheon Club of Sholem Lodge is designed to present outstanding civic leaders to the membership and to acquaint them with the work of their ies in the community. Burnett Roth and Bill Pallot are cochairmen. They have set up a revolving plan whereby a different member presides at each luncheon, in order to stimulate participation in Lodge programs. DUNCRAGGAN INN HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. PRIVATE SWIMMING POOL "A Vacation Paradise" r| y Reservations Suggested June 1st till Oct. 1st EXCELLENT FOOD Golf : Horseback Riding WOLPERT FURNI' 1200 CORAL WAY AT "5 POINTS" Make Dreams Come True See Us If You Plan To Buy, Build Or Refinance Your Home HOME LOANS TAILOR-MADE TO FIT YOUR NEEDS RESOURCES MORE THAN $17,500,000.00 l$AM FEUEKiVL Gum*


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1 i I ,1 f • .1 • PAGE SIX *Jen l§ti fkrkUnfl FRIDAY, IUNE 6, 1947 Miami 'Y' Women Stage Two Report Luncheons Two report-luncheons were held on successive Thursdays to spark the current drive of the newly-organized "Y" Women's Division. They took place at the Garden restaurant and at the home of Mrs. Bernard Davis. 2230 S. VV. 19th ave. Speaker at the first of the two luncheons was Ben Essen. Under the chairmanship of Mrs. Ben Essen, the drive to date has netted campaigners S600 in pledges from 37 prospects. Attending the sessions, whirl'. Mrs. Rose Marion Golden ent< r tained with musical pantomime selections, were Mrs. John Temple, co-chairman, and Mrs. Harold Abrams. Mrs. Lee Bus-. Mrs J. Belov. Mrs. Amos Benjamin, Mrs. Emma Burger, Mrs. N. Cohen. Mrs. Nal Coulton, Mrs. Ros< Cutler, Mrs. Bernard Davis, M s Louis Gillman, Mrs J.-: nie Gor don. Mrs. Kate Golden, Mrs. A. Kinkas, Mrs. Ruth Hohauser. Also Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Mrs Henry Jacobson, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Harriet Kaplan. Mrs Abraham Kasow, Mrs. Frank Kline. Mrs. Sylvia Lefcourt. Mrs Frieda Levine, Mrs. Rose Morse. Mrs. H. C. Moser, Mrs. Fred Ochs, Mrs. Al Reisman, Mrs. Ed Saffer. Mrs. Essie Schaffer, Mrs. David Sernaker, Mrs. Jack Stone, Mrs c;. Wasserman, Mrs. Florence Weiner, and Mrs. M. Weissel. LEGAL NOTICE Optometric Association Focused On Clinic Plans Members ol the Soul 1 Florida Optometric Association meeting at the El Comodor hot< 1 ere considering a plan for the establishment ol a special visual aid clinic. The plan was presented by Dr. A. Friedmai ol Mian i it was pointed out during the discussion that similar clinics stafl maintained by optometrists as non-profit institutions fulfilled a great need in mat y communities. The clinics are open to ind % %  d uals referred by local organizations. T e 1 1 vii 1 complete offering eye examina tions, visual naming and spectacles for abnormal and sunnormal vision, 1 pi ojeel was 1 cferred to a special committee ol doctorby D' R. R. Bradford, chain:. an. IN Till-; I'lKCI'l T ciil-HT "! %  11 1ITI1 JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IN *"' POR DADE COUNTY, I-' I .< > K11 • \ IN I-IIAN'II:I:V. No 109294 ORDER OF PUBLICATION I'AUIJNE nORBN, Plaintiff, v. Mi HiltlH Ql IRE", I it-f--1i. MORRIH Qi "REN, 128 Pol i Washington \\ Auai tment i" I' N. w Yi. 1I-'. Sow Voi I. You are hen b notl led a ... ,,(n the Bill nl Comp >iv .filed msalnsl you in thi -,\ I. a ausi I>I "i bi fo e I .1 194" ntherwtm %  •inns of Bald Bill if Cm alnl I i oonfi V" 11 Lei thi Order hi |iuhl % % % %  I ol .... i rc-tltlvi I'he Jewtah P HI I Han, a -mhllKhi %  • %  • %  %  DATI M % %  194i I H I.EATIIERM VN, • I.. %  I in iv Clerk. SAM SILVER, Plaint Iff • I an l, Floildii lrt-2.1 N. iTICE IS IIEItEllV lilVI-IN 111. business under ih.flrtitlmiK i Id i.li.MAN IXVESTl IRS, "0-7J l\ • I: 'I'M I l>-nd I" I It Court of I ade %  Viuuty, Pio i.\u KKNCE FRIEDM \ N |.lj \.\ i-:s i in -M \ \ LOTTIE FRIEDMAN i MYERS, I1EIMAN & K M'l IN. Vppll .nits \, KREIIY tHVKX •' • lerslgnpd to e nit a i I amiof l-Al.s |'l. VCK, nl ••-'. \ i: S*i Miami, Ith thi Uli .. r • Courl %  < i M-ii Cn II \RRY SELLER .11'I.I IS I.KVIXSKY .1 \.\lis Ii PARItl MILLER a I-ODKI.L. \ %  %  -. %  Vppll I 11 I NOTICE IS HEREBY GlYEN ihe ii %  v T iH i MKRIC \N INVESTMEN INSTITUTE, -i 1220 Risen; %  l.. l. K k of the i Ii p (YII P %  s WIIKI. T SAPIRO %  %  I' li-lul MYi:i:.-V IIRIM W & K VPLAN, LEGAL NOTICE IN nil: CIRCUIT CO'-RT OK THE ir^-writi E -.-i-N'-v. p .. .KIIiA. IN I'll VNI l-l.l Nn I MI VIRCiINI \ I %  ii'NNi:i.l.. I'la ntlifi .inilN '\Ni'i:i:\v OCONNEI.I., 1 i<>fendiiiit, TO; MH, ,|. UIN ll'O iNNELI., I Watch IHR ^' %  y New Ji IKK HKKKIIt I file .in lm>euru '. lion i on.I urn Ii,., e Pro ( %  .Ml I..• lit! I %  BUM -' >• %  '" I" %  lh uiw. i i Hi. State %  • ., %  : A Ii I-: n I.KATHER.MAN. i-i, k if tin PI ill '' ,:, \\ M. \v STOCK I NO, I -. I • Hill Seal) \I.I--I:I:II KREISI Kll Vlttirne) fin MS Se) bold II i; i,-i.;-.'i--'T ,\mi: rilU'l IT • % %  'CRT HF THE I 1.1.VPN I'll JUDICIAL I'lUCUIT IN VND I %  %  H HADK I'aiM'l, I'i.i IRIHA, I s 'H VNt'EUl \ %  V|i iRRIS \s I I.NHI :H< '• Plali va. I II ii: rt'EINHERtl. I'. .. udant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION |-i.: I II ill A WEINHERG, ., I II iRI-:SS I NKNl 'W N. You are hereby notified thai an action for divorce ha. been filed • ,,.,, you .ire ini ,i written Appearance peraonnll) or ., torm • iHi '' %  ""' liiovu Ktyled Court, said Appearance I, %  i i HI 101 h, l4", .III-I, nfti to file > written 'I'll any, I default ol Ing I n %  • pi %  l,i Hered %  : .i %  %  %  i you. Haled this 2Sth da) of May, 1941 C B. I.I :A I HERM \N. Ch rh of Mi.i nurt. II) : \V. M. STi K'KINO. l leputy Clerk. BURNETT ROTH, 112 Col arm* H Attn e) for I 'l.i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE is HEREBT OIVDN that 'the understened. deslrlnn to engWJJ In :r i ; i i ;ii, l i::"'';,r.r'.; i ;n^ ,•• f 'VrsnN'M^KrMKK' VON ZAMFT VON ZAMFT, i MI.. milfoi Applicant*. so o •; is M NOTICE is HEREBY rslVEN thai .,,...,._.. ,,i rti Irlns to engage In iHincas mull r the flctltlo is name n ,,i ;! .|\ WIDE IMPORTING EX il(TIN<: CO., :n ISS6 N Miami Avi i.,,,,1, Florida, Intends to reKl tei in the i'i. "i Hie ... n ,,( I lade Co i it> Florid* MAURICE C, COHEN Role i *>. ni-r. ll.l.IAM I. PAU.OT, Vitorni V "i Applli nit. ID 23 ja e o is M ITICE IS Hi REBY GIVEN thai Hie lerslaned -'-'l In hu*l. nidi i '' %  rlrtlll-im II pf IMPERIAL FRUIT SHIPPERS, 711 \,, :,. Miami Beach, Dads County, Ploi Ida, ai d Intend t" realatei Ihe i.iiil fictitious nnme in the "if ce rierk of tin 'i cull Court of I., |.. County. Florid* Thai the pel Interi sted In said b i*ii SH ari B r0 "B W ENJAMIN J MEYERS, pgtate !•• %  il"%  nl I re tie*, SARAH MEYERS, i.;. • .. ijj %  he --.it iretle*. GEORGE OHERTKI IP, Mtorm %  • for Applicant. :, 16-23 SO 6. 6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ii lerslKiu'd. desiring to encage In business under the flctitlou* name of JERRY'S RESTAURANT, :it 2f.fi 12th -i • Miami He h Inn ml ild name with tha Clerk M ,. ( •;, %  || Com ol i lad* !ount> Florida, HENRY W LAWSON ANNE C LAWSON SAM SILVER, I Bids. 211-5" Ni iTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I Al lOLPH BR \MS i lies, undei Ihe f KNU IHT s I' VCK \rSK STI IRE, at 1601 S W Street. M I, F • %  with the i'i.Cln uit Co l of P.-ide Ci Ploridn XDOl I'll T.T. MIS LE< SHEINPR. i: i \--. • • for \%  ".' %  %  '-. Pe|f|r RMg, \|| i n %  Florl la. %  ... .. ,. ,. Nl i ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat iiidersii a. • Ing to i gage in 1 %  i: name o .IIAMI CAMERA MART and THE •; \.M ItA \l VRT. it 7 %  Washington le, Miami Beach, Florida, intend. i • ,• |i t hi Cn Court of I Wdi i 'o inty, This buslni -. formei ly %  ship I" twe i:.. It. Bi nwn, Ir and 1 *• l• -li• 11 A. Hollander, i.now %  d by the undei sinned a. .win r ADOLPH A. HOLLANDER .-• \ \. • .ii o-1-1:. Alton • y for Applicant. 30 6 D 27 ERSIDE M. B. Bar Association To Induct 9 New Directors Included among the nine new directors of the Miami Bea 'h li i association to linducted next month arc Albert M. Lehrman, Jack Rosen. Harry Zukernick, Montague Rosenberg, Harold P, 9paet and Kenneth Oka. Officers to be inducted with the new directors are Ben Cohen, pre of the Miami Beach Bar association; Jack A. Abbott, acting secretary and first vice president, and David P. Catsman, second vice president. A secretary and treasurer of the group will be elected at the next meeting of the directors Members uf the association. which numbers 100 attorneys. have voted to close their offices on Saturdays from June through September, it has been announcedNOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th I Ii Igned, d< ..... %  a NT V1N LI'Ni 'HF.i :, nl 212 \i • • • i | %  : • : %  ^ v || 11 • I.. of thi • i' • %  • e Counti Floi Ida, PAVE S'\TZ SAMI'EL mosi-ii HENRY A STEIN ISAAC JOFFE, Utnrni for Applicants -, 9-18-23 in r, r, •NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai desiring: to ei indei thi tltloui name of :. >.—-1: i ,i. i: in i iv i,. at 6.15 IC I la Mis i Bi ch. Intend o, reglstei said v. ith the Clerh ol i he i III i uli .. I .'• I • %  pioi HELEN CIIMSKY I'.M'i.iN'i: A.STKHN .l.l--i:i:i' KREISLEH \ • %  for Applicants, >3 SO 6 I M&toRIAL CHAPEt i-7777 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In busli Ihe fictitious name of i'H i-. ii i.".u-: 111\\ N IIAK i i: v, ,ii v E 1st \.lue, Miami, Fla., Inti nda in r.-i.-i %  Clerk if the CI lit Court of 1 lade O ALBERT P\cni:R MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Applicant. .'••-16-23-30 6/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh the undei gned, desiring to engngi i |ni undi r thi • lltlous name MAGIO PLAKTERIN'I CO., il II N". I-:. 74th .-'•-•t. M in lend • register wild I line with he '' the C rl ..f Dadi P • la. .ii.i: PAL \I-I\'I ,11 UIN ''.I VN< IREi ALPREP KREISI.ER Attorneys fur Applicants, vlSi IKI il Rldg. %  AMBULANCE >33ti Washiqs^oji AY*. ,-"Vra*tifer '. •* ; In 3Ww '*"-% yfiftrSt.-iifid Aiiltrtiw Ai >j5Dupwn s Snt vv arw Rabbi Joseph v .. Rackovslr\ 1520 S W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 With DIGNITY and RESPECT our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service iif.ii:i 5 5 !" 4 ^p710 S W. 12ih AV MIAMI-t LH 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HERRTIV HARRY I.ADIM MEYER l.\|i|\ 5/M-S0 6/6-13 20 IN THE COCNTY IIIMIK'S I-,,I-I.IN AND FOR BABE roPVnr FLORIDA. IN PROIIATK N.I 193:,;, NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN RE: B8TATE IIP IDA BLTK STEIN, deceased KTo ALL CREDITORS \\|, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS fmnR MAN I is AGAINST SAM. KSTVTEYou, and each of ( herein notified and r Ired in „, claims mill demand!.• hi, ,, ,.,., „' either of you, may have against" thi estate of ll>.\ BITKSTI l late ..f Dade County, Kloi III i i,, ,.,,; Hon. W. F, Blnnton, c, um, i ,.,.,,. Dade County, and fill il offii-e iii the I'I.UIII : „. iDade County, Florida, uithin „ t )i calendar monthn i %  ,,. %  ._ first publication hereof -I,I rlaimi or demands to roi l %  %  < gB \ ,,,|'. dress ol the claimant worn to and presented us afon will liu barred, See s.. ._. ,.( ,|, ( [933 Probate Act, an amei DATED iliW Ith il A, H, SAMUEL A FL'TKRPAS, Aa Admlnlsti ati • stamento annexo of ihe • I ite ..f liu Bl'CKSTEIN, ,i.,..,-.,| A Wll.l.l \.\l I. PALLOT, Attorney for Adm i-.t.a., 12H Congress Bldg. Miami. Flurlila ii 6-13-20-27 You never know when one or more of these common ailments may come along and interfere with your work or pleasure. So he wise -hav a plentiful supply of Alka-Sellier on hand fot the quick relief it ofltra. Just drop an Alka-Seltztr tablet or two in a glass of water, let it (Us, then drink it. No shaking, no stirring, no trouble at all. At all drug stores. When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time to Buy Some MORE MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympic* Building Phone 3-3720 IRVING BUSBERG. Treat R. W. WILSON. Funerel Director 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH WE OffIC1ALLY KPKSENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Information Clodl, furn.iJW on fteqiinl SERVINC MIAMI BEACH t MIAMI Exclusively Jewish IOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONr Or MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Conurbations: Beth David. Beth J c b tJJi' an Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Snei &mt. For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-59M or 9-M34 PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 E. E. CARTER, Funeral Direc*. ox "A Friend ID Need" WO W. FLAGL£ ^^^jf l^ ^MMMXN



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+JmlslitkrkHam j^p Women's Division Culminates Season Plans| Culminating plam tor antoSon ceremony to be h.ld| j u aat r---' di a tthefmai lb, meeting Monday evening f' Bu -ess and Professional W. division, Miami Chapter fSssah which took place in 1 YM&WHA. Also selected at '? Sng were committees for JeS National Fund He£ w m edical organization Ch.ld TSJr* and Youth Ahyah. W ff P oUy Gershon, from the „', and Professional wornSJTS UP c hild 2f ^Membership chairman. Miss { {ferner, extended congratuf • n o to the group for the SU( "~ SS *e Sent musica.e staged Kapbn Hall. Temple UraeL Jhich resulted in an ^crease in the group's membership. '"AhhoUBh activities have been 1 C iallv halted until September. JJcuttural meetings have been 5\£ July a^ August for the Slnefit oi numbers remaining in Smi during the summer. Moe L. Fields New Head Of Sloane Dry Cleaners V j lC i Fields, well-known in national circles for his innovafroi and service practices in drydeaning and laundering, has been elected president of J. J Sloane Inc.. dry cleaners of Miami and Miami Bea Formerly of New York, Mr. Fields has made Miami his permanent home. Aims of the new president are to pace thi nsing demand for dry-cleaning with dependability and service improvements, and to incorporate new and tested ideas in the dry cleaning business. The Sloane's modern plant, located at 1820 N. W. 1st ave.. contains penal equipment for dry cleaning garments separately, according to type; and giant pumps for handling fluids at high speed. Vice president in charge of plant operation is Phil P. Frager, an instructor in dry cleaning at Dade County Vocational school in the thn < -year course. PAGE SEVEN B,l. i H ,i MRS. NORMAN M. GILLFR was Installed as newly elected president of Emma Lazarus Chap'er. Business and Professional Women of B'nai B'rith, at a dinner held Wednesday in the Steak House, Miami Beach. 'Y' Home Camp Is Still Receiving Registrations Mrs. Ben F sen, chairman o< the Miami "Y" M Com mittee, stal noss for the Camp oi. June 23. All children wh( : for thi H be examined on Thursday, Juni 19, at the "Y" buil With a few Mi Essen urg< d .^' : pel sirinp to take adv n tagi "Y" Homi Ca children in t the "Y" Dr. Harold Rand I Staf of the Medical Division, ai nounces the appoinlmenl oi I) %  tors George Lister and R Hoe:.kind as me I bei I Medical SI These p 11 examine children prioi to thei Home Camp H I ill b oi con stant call to th • thai the health ol the c Idrcn is adequately guarded. Jcmet Fay, daughter nf Mr and Mrs. Jesse Halpern, was oin May 14 .Evelyn Irene, ghter oi Mr. and Mrs. Michael Liebman, arrived May 13 • • Margaret R„ daughter of -lr. and Mrs. Harry Siogel wu<>orn My 9 Daniel Lenard. ;on -I Mr. and Mrs. Seymour -leischman, arrived May 16. lercme Harold was born May ) to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Liber nan of 3835 N. W. 12th ave ird Jay arrived on May 13 o Mr. and Mrs. Sam Askowitz ). 1337 Euclid ave., Miami leach Joseph Daniel was rain on May 14 to Mr. and Mrs. oseph Szidor of 636 Lenox *ve. ... A son, Larry, was ram on May 15 to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weiss of 927 Wash ngton ave.. Miami Beach '. daughter, Marcia Lynne, arved on May 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zadan, 745 West ve„ Miami Beach William lichael was born on May 20 to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Israel N. W. 96th st. Council Will Consider Amplified Service Idea 'I i B'nai B'rit Co tm il oi .: in 1 il olem Lo : i :30 |>. !• it was H ild Tui :•.. | Delegal oups will u %  the ecom ns ol tl e iv wly inted Council Bu l| Coi nittee concerning a professional Executive D t o O the i' nainder ol 1947 w ill \x %  •. ai d a cooi dinal ill B'na B I n Dade county i.planned. Jinkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washers Use That Soit City Water for a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP, BLEACH and STARCH 2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082 Clearance Sale Office Furniture DESKS (All Types) SWIVEL CHAIRS STRAIGHT CHAIRS FILE CABINETS TYPEWRITER TABLES $10.00 to S65.00 5.00 to 25.00 7.00 to 15.00 10.00 to 25.00 12.00 FREE DELIVERY Avery Office Supplies Inc. 55 S. W. First St. Phone 9-0398 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1420 Congress Building MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 i'rif Quality 9ooz product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO ,-. 6 ^ w Miam Court PHONE 3-6924 PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK ... ...T-LM-orTeo-Mll ,.. ,„,,„ Cheerfully Given Palestine Pioneer Women Sponsor Boatride Sunday A bout ride on the Seminole Queen is being sponsored Sunday. June 8, by the Pioneer Women'a Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami. The boat leaves Pier 3, Miami yacht basin, at 8 p. in. Also announced by the group is an executive board meeting of new offieers-s lect to be held at the home of Mrs. Lena Pushkin, 230 S. W. 29th road, on June 10 at 8 p. m. Mrs. Pushkin is president-elect. To be discussed are plans for an installation luncheon, ard a summer project. Chairman of the boat ride committi e is Mrs. Pearl Raidman. : .Mb. MAX FELDMAN is serving as president of the PTA of the Beth David congregation. The installation luncheon look place Wednesday in the Alcazar hotel. ibi Philip Bernstein, who eal sei vice as affairs to the tary government in eturning to his congregation in Rochester Cancelled to Later Date The annual installation meeting of Beth David officers has been cancelled until further notice, in deference lo the bereaved Machtei and Rosengarlen families. Persons who have paid for reservations are asked to communicate wilh Mrs. Max Bergman al 3-5837; Mrs. David Ravis al 2-1048; or Mrs. Norman Jacobs al 2-6893. The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus Sponsors Its Annual Boat Ride Thursday, June 12th at 8:30 P. M. Sharp "SEVEN SEAS" — PIER 10. MIAMI DANCING — PRIZES — FUN SI.20. including lax CALL MRS. BIRNBERG AT 3-6705 FOR RESERVATIONS The Southeastern Terminal and Steamship Co. CHARTERED EXPORTING Imports from Central America General Office: 28 S. W. 4th Street Phone 3-0816 Accounting Department: 9-2727 • NEW PATTERNS 0 • NEW TEXTURES • NEW COLORS A Complete Price Range! 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m PAGE EIGHT •fc *Jenlst>ntjri(flar FRIDAY. JUNE 6, 194 7 Beach B&P Hadassah Selects New Leaders At the regular meeting of the Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah, the following officers were elected: Lillian Goodman, piesident; Marguerite Marx, first vice president; Mildred Krupsaw, second vice president; Edyth Fleischer, treasurer; Evelyn Brown, financial secretary; Edyce Sharon, corresponding secretary; Annette Postman, recording secretary; Polly Gershon, parliamentarian. Installation of officers will be discussed at the next meeting, scheduled for Monday, June 9 at the Beach YM&WHA. at 8:30 p. m. Miss Goodman will appoint chairmen for fund-raising projects for Hadassah, and formulate plans for a winter program designed to be as successful as the past year's, during which the group's national Hadaasah quota Wan exceeded. Obituaries LADER Lee l..i.ltT, is. ,.r 1243 S W. Bixth si., died Tuesda) of ;i i artllae attach on a |i|aji6 ''" route to New York whore he Wto to \i~ii ;i heart si>clallat. He la aurvlved by his wire, who accompanied him on utrip. llr ivaa manager "f I. Kalfua Co., l-.ik.l *' supplli New Term Installation Is Held By DBG Chapter Installation of new officers took place Thursday at the Robert Hay hotel by the DBG Chapter, rVnai B'rith girls. Ins-tailed by Mrs. Cairo Goldstein of Galax. FRIED Samuel Pried, 88, of 3230 S w Mrd t.T, died Wednesday. He came here 17 years ago and leaves his wife, Anne, and a daughter, Mrs Nathan Fisher, both "f Miami. BervUvs .i>.' in charge of Palmer ITuneral home. LEBLANG IIUKII [x-blang, .' %  :>. "f 200 Collins ttve., .vii.iiui Beach, died vV'ednesda> in a local hospital, A residenl hi • for a year, he came from New York City, where burial is to be ai throngh Riverside Memorial chapel Hileaves Ins widow, Minnie, and n brother, Rudolph, both ol M am I:.-.ill. and ;< daughter, tin and two si-:1 1 In Ne 1 -.:.\ r SI B the officers were: president. Le Axlrod; vice president, %  •• —e Koslin; recording secreEdith Krantzow; correiing secretary, Ramon a itbart; treasurer, Gertrude %  garman, and sergeant-at-arms, Pi arl Kaplan. The group is holding a theatre party June 13 through June' 18 at the Capitol Theatre. Tickets may be obtained from DBG members. f DEPENDABLE ;DRY CLEANING Clothing is a very costly item in your budget today. The clothing dollar can go farther when you have your garments cleaned by J. J. Sloane, Cleaners. At Sloane's, fine garments receive the detailed care they need to look belter for longer periods. Phone 9-2818 1820 N. W. 1st Ave. *J.J.C evOpLOANE. JACOBS Irving .1 bs, 13, :-'%  '• Drexel ave ;i Miami Bi aoh n ildenl for thi : u v %  ,( is who i ate i N York, etrolt. bj Riverside Memoi lal i hapel foi si > ii and Interment. SCHULMAN Wriliiun Rchulman, 54. of 2S Washington ave., died In ;i local hospital :.,\ He i~ survived b) his A r J. anni Punei %  •! sei l< es and I,III ml ill i.i ke plat %  In Ni A Y..I k. ABRAMSKY Harry Ahrumshy, 60, n winter visitor i. Miami Beach for several years ,,f 1416 Euclid ave., died Thursday Survivors are his wife, Gussle; two sons, Kriw-n, and Louis, and a daughter, Mra. Theresa Reish. The body waa sent by Riverside Memorial chapel to New York for services and burial. KAHN Mrs. Prances Kahn, 89, of 2366 s W. Sixth st., died Friday. She earns here 20 years '~" from New York and is survived bj her husband, Joseph; a son, Fred Kahn, New York, ami a sister, Mrs, Raj Mendelson, HANDMAN Harry Handmon, 65, of 927 Euclid iv. Miami Bea< h, died Friday, He was .i t.uN.iand came here two years ago from Broeklyn. (Surviving here are his wifi-. Mrs Minnie Manilinan, and a son. Mitchell The bodj nrai Bent to Ww York by ihEUveraldu Memoi lal i hap* I JAMES Nathan .1 1111 s. IL'l C .inns ave Miami Bench, (II •,l Sill in la) In i. nos |>ltal. II. IS -ui \ i\.-,l bj his wife, Mrs Fannli .1. %  1 :i son. Ser\ Lees were h rlil In 111,Riverside ehai> •1. KOERNER Mis I-'.U .,. Koei i • i. % %  : %  ai.-,i Sal ui day in her home, :'::i N. W, Third si She and her husband, Isidore, operati the Manhattan Dress Shop ai 236 N Miami ave Also surviving are three brothers and one slstei Gordon Funeral Mom,Bent ili remains t" New York. BERKOWITZ Kalman Berkowits, BO, retired talloi ..f IM24 s w 2oth si died in a hospital Wednesday. His bod) has been I sent by the Bench Memorial chapel to Mi Ki sport, II for Inn nil. Sui vl\ ore are his three daughters, Helen, Pearl and Belle, and a son, Ben, all of Miami INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE CO. of NEW JERSEY E. C. THRALL, Agent 330 Alhombra Circle Telephone 48-1706 Miami "Y" Spring Dance Sunday Evening, June 8 EIGHT-THIRTY O'CLOCK POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION 2300 N. W. 14th Street MUSIC — ENTERTAINMENT — CONTESTS RHUMBA EXHIBITION MICHAEL TUCKER cmH ANITRA MACKEY ARTHUR MURRAY STUDIOS Tickets $1.50 per person, tax inclusive. Advance tables for parlies of 20 or more. Call the MIAMI "Y"—PHONE 3-548* MRS. MAXINE REINHARD was elected president of Rose chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, at a recent meeting. She and the new officers were installed Tuesday at the Alcaxax hotel. President and Board Of JCRS Are Installed Mrs. William Levine, newly rlrrted president of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society, and her executive board were installed at a luncheon at the Shelborne hotel on June 5. Officiating at the ceremonies, final group even: until Sept. 8. were Rabbi and Mrs. living Lchrman. Chairman of the installation was Mrs. Mauiey Poncher, A musical program was offered by Miss Ruth Brotman, soprano, accompanied by Anyuta Melicov. A fund-raising project for the summer is under the chairmanship of Miss Shirley Twergo, who can be reached at 5-9-124. .: FOt THE TIME OF A.^ G Y0UR A UFE! laThi Beautiful BtrksMres 4WCAM*COUNTRY CLUB j LAVISH ENTERTAINMENT Your brand of fun and octivily. Charmingly inlimot*. II Holt Goll Course • Tennis Handball • Basketball All Walar Sports SUPERB CUISINE Wiit* for rctervotions now! CEDARS COUNTRY CLUB L.k..ill. Conn. w POSITION WANTED AS Second Cook or Dishwasher in Hotel t>r Restaurant. Mrs. Rose Weilzman 218 3rd Streel, Miami Beach CAMP ACHVAH New York Godoffroy, 75 miles from N. Y. C. i .^ 2l8t Yr B ysGirls 716 In the healthful Shawanrjunk Mts. n land-water sports, arts, crafts, 7niL Ur .f Udy 0 art,en 'ng. dramatic., rolk dancing, Jewish cultural activi!'•" %  D'etary laws, Medical staff. ,? Pe ent u Pe r isin. Rate J375. Write for booklet. i^vn' BARSHAD. Exec. Director 145/ Broadway. NY. C. 18. BR. 9-0850 DON'T FAIL TO TUNE IN WINZ (940 on Your Dial) Every Sunday 12:00 NOON A NEW FEATURE THE YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR The Hour of the Jewish Speaking Word and Melody M. NASATIR Program Director Meat and Delicatessen Market Managed By Vets Bob Pierce and Barney Fisher will shortly open the B&B Kosher Meat and Delicatessen Market, located at 804 S. W. 22nd ave. The market will specialize in fresh dressed poultry, high-grade western meats, New York delicatessen and appetizers, and hot corrod beef and pastrami. Mr. Pierce and Mr. Fisher are both veterans of long „ V ,, S ,. H Army campaigns. This is „,,. first business venture after four and a half years i n service. They have applied for supervision and endorsement to the Greater Mi ami Vaad Hakashruth, participa, ing agency in the Greatei Miami Jewish Federation Tlmnk You One anil All WILL CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU FAITHFULLY Louis F. "Red" Snedigar YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN Paid Political Ad by Friends FLORIDA HOTEL SUPPLY COMPANY 137 W. Flagler Street Vi Block Past R.R. Tracks We feel positive that the announcement of the Florida Hotel Supply Company will be welcomed, especially by hotel owners because of the large selection of merchandise offered. You may rest assured that each item has been priced righi. Pay us a visit and acquaint yourself with the many offerings. SHEETS 81x90—TYPE 140 $27"ll 0MILL RUN PILLOW SLIPS goo DO, 45x36 80x80 Cloth 200 SHOWER CURTAINS Beautiful Silk Stripe Special $0.50 All £, Colors Guaranteed 4.95 Value! Beautiful Chintz Flowered Garment Bags 8.00 Value! Holds 8 J 50 Garments ^ Holds 14 JJ 50 Garments w 100 SETS Same as above insets with window curtains $4.50 Guaranteed 9.50 Value! PLASTRON TABLE COVERS 48x54 90C 48x72 1-20 Waterproof—Stainprooi 100 BRAIDED OVAL RUGS 28x17 $1.00 SPECIAL I 100 INDIA NUMDA RUGS SPECIAL $100 MUSLIN MATTRESS COVERS Twin 1.90 Size 100 ASSORTED COLORFUL RUGS For Kitchen J-f (If) Or Bathroom | Beautiful Chenille Bath Room Sets AD Colors! SPECIALI "W 3.50 Value! 1 LARGE SELECTION OF BEDSPREADS Phone 3-3822



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V rBlDAY, JUNE 6, 1947 Henry Jacobson Credited With Top Drive Pledges Approximately one-fourth of the $140,000 in solicitations to dale in the Miami "Y" special building drive has been secured by Henry Jacobson, a survey yesterday revealed. M r Jacobson, chairman of the j r ive is credited with obtaining MS 000 toward the completion „£ Miami "Y" building. A Lmber of its board of directors L president of Stylecraft Bag f urp manufacturing plant, he mi re-elected for a three-year term in 1947. Under his leadership chairman of the 1946 membership com in it tee, it has been recorded also that more money was raised for membership dues than in any preceding year At the moment, he is bending all his efforts to a successful conclusion of the special drive. Construction Started On Talmud Torah Building Construction has started on the new building to house the Greater Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, it was announced bv Milton Weiner, chairman of the building committee, who stated the expectation that it would be ready for worship for the High Holidays. Calculated expressly to promote the education of Jewish children, the congregation was organized about three years ago and has been conducting Hebrew thool classes. Sunday school instruction and regular Sabbath services, the latter at the home d Rabbi Simon April. The structure at the corner of S.W. 12th ave. and 11th st., estinated to cost $45,000, will contain a large air-cooled auditorium, seven classrooms, ample kitchen facilities and landscaped patios for indoor and outdoor functions. A special educational feature %  corporated in the group's plans sthe conductinu of regular Sabhath services by the children Ikemselves. Ground was broken in April, I it a ceremony participated in by [Dr. Janus H Kaplan, rabbi aneritus of Ten.pie Israel, Rabbi I Aaron Kalian of Brooklyn, and "hi April, .spiritual leader of Ifc Greater Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation. Ifc president and vice president N the junior congregation are award Siegel and Murray Shear. HAULING N0n, p T R O 5M L pT 9e s E Or R v T 1 O CE 8m "" W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. HIS N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 WANT MY MILK ** Be BUM iri FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED ^anln "D" Milk ^ ProdutfT R-*"ippwCrH Junior League of Center To Hold Its First Dance The Junior League of the Miami Beach Community Center, which holds open meetings on Monday evenings at the Center, announces that its first summer dance will take place at the Royal Palm hotel on June 7 at 9 p. m. Music will be furnished by Rudy Baum and his band. Admission has been set at 50 cents. In charge of arrangements are Sol Pascul, Marty Goldberg and Selma Lewis. Other Junior League members assisting with the details are Gil Godley and Shirley Pardo, refreshments; Leon Cooper and Marty Goldberg, tickets; Howie Levine and Norma Raskin, door committee; Selma Lewis and Shirley Pardo, publicity. The Junior League consists of men and women between the ages of 18 and 30 who are interested in social and cultural sessions. Contemplated activities of the group include assistance to Junior groups and the SundaySchool, participation in services and in social programs. Interested persons are invited to attend meetings of the Junior League held at the Miami Beach Community Center, 1415 Euclid ave. at 8 p. m. +Je*isMcridirr> Mrs. Belov Is Awarded Hadassah Certificate hon,!r rking the firSt time th honor was conferred upon a JnT R r f th Miami S r ouP. Mrs. Joel Belov, honorary president, W Presented with a Golden Certificate in testimony of her leadership at a luncheon of the £ r ac [ ^ mi Hadass ah Central rin u ? *? Monda y In the Robert v-lay hotel. Installing officer for the Miami group was Mrs. Max Dobrin president of the Greater Miami Hadassah Central board. Guest speaker was Jack Burris, president of the Miami Beach Zionist Organization, whose address stressed the urgency of unity today among all Zionist adherents. Mrs. Maurice Grossman acted as mistress of ceremonies, presenting Miss Ruth Wolkowsky, well-known musician. Annual report of the year's Hadassah achievements was summarized by Mrs Joseph S. Carp, re-elected president. Members of the executive board seated with Mrs. Carp were Mrs. David Sernaker, first vice president; Mrs. Frank Kline, second vice president; Mrs. Hyman C Moser, third vice president; Mrs. Fred Ochs, corresponding and telephone secretary; Mrs. Irving Genet, recording secretary; Mrs" Sidney Lefcourt, treasurer; Mrs. Rae Frome, financial secretary. Serving on the board of directors are Mrs. Jack Fishman, Mrs. Ida Hartz, Mrs. Moe Feingold, Mrs. Leo Hohauser, Mrs. Harold Van Dam, Mrs. Herman Garden, Mrs. Sam Furkin, Mrs. Gloria Myers, Mrs. Albert Ladd, Mrs. Harry Minkoff, Mrs. Burnett Roth, Mrs. Sylvia Fund, Mrs. j Nathan Feika, Mrs. Murray Grauer, Mrs. Simon April, Mrs. Bernard A. Sterling, Mrs. Louis Kotkin. Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. Morris Weinberg, Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. Victor Mell, Mrs. Harold Cohen, Mrs. Jack H. Schieff, Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs. Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Martin Tower, Mrs. Benjamin Levitin, Mrs. Louis Rubin. Miss Ada Aneckstein, Mrs. Sol Roven. Representing the Miami group on the Central board of the Greater Miami chapter are Mrs. Joseph S. Carp, Mrs. Joel Belov, Mrs. Victor Mell, Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Fred Ochs, Mrs. Frank Kline and Mrs. Jack Fishman. PAGE NINE THESE ARE the boys and girls in charge of Beth David's Father's Day Breakfast. Seated (left to right) are Jerry Streit, Estelle Greenberg, Fred Scher, chairman; Kenneth Myers, Judy Myers. Standing (left to right) are Stuart Lubltz, Charles Rosenblitt, Jerry Schulman. Bobby Shevin and Jimmy Gordon. JWV State Convention To Take Place June 15 The Norman Bruce Brown Post 174 of Miami and the Miami Beach Post 330 of Jewish War Veterans will act as co-hosts to the annual state convention of Jewish War Veterans scheduled to run a oneday session on June 15. The convention will be held in the Elks' lodge on the Beach. Guest speakers and the complete program of events are to be announced later. Commander of the Norman Bruce Brown Post is Nat Brown, with Harry Adams commander of the Beach Post. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins 4 Wain. Avei. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Prirate Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-1017 CORRECTION The wedding of Miss Adele Irma Stone to George Bernstein was reported erroneously in last week's issue of The Jewish Floridian as taking place on June 2. The corrected date is June 22, at the Shelborne hotel. The double ring ceremony will be performed by Rabbi Simon April. Included in the list of bridesmaids are Miss Sara Rose Schwartz and Miss Ceil Levinson. EMMET A. DROLET 545 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78-2346 METAL WINDOWS BARCOL OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS FRANT2 SINGLE SECTION MARINE PLYWOOD GARAGE DOORS, $82.50 STEEL RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS, COMPLETE STOCK DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 600 N.E. 1st Av. 2844 6.W. 8th St. PH. 3-5308 PH. 48-3442 Life Ineurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ina. Co. 907 Biacayna Bldg. Ph. (-1414 or 4-9981 ITfJll 111,! IIIIIIII mm iiiiui Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor. Postal Bldg. I AUGUST BROS ky ; I I nv lit \l Popular Prices CANTOR Seeks Position ior High Holy Days Ex O.I.—Operatis Baritone Beautiful Musical Service Reply J.S.. Box 2973, Miami 18 HICKORY DR. E PUSHKIN Optometrist Examination of the Eyes Complete Eyeglass Service 1248 S. W. 22nd Street (Coral Way) Hours: 9—5:30 Evenings by Appointment Phone 9-2388 "See Your Steak Charcoal Broiled" WESTERN BEEF ONLY GRADE "A" PRODUCTS ma&uA 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. DINING ROOM AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE STEAKS. CHICKEN. SEA FOOD. CHOPS At Late Hours: BARBECUE RIBS, SANDWICHES. STEAKS 701 S. Miami Ave. Shuffleboards Phone 2-8710 STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach BAHAMA PATIO DELICIOUS CLUB STEAK Including Chef Salad Baked Potato. Vegetable. Roll and Butter 3899 N. W. 36th ST. One Block West of Jai Alai $J50 C UFF P A IT T CATERING TO PARTIES. 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PAGE TEN *Jewistfk>rldk*n FRIDAY, JUNE G. 1947 MR. AND MRS. DAVID KOCH, proud grandparents d Miami Beach, hold baby grandsons, born the same day. May 17. ?he babies' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaplan-fte Koch daughter-and Mr. and Mrs. Hymen Koch G^paKoch is holding Jonathan Perry Kaplan: Mrs. Koch is holdmg her son's child. Randolph Stuart Koch. Rose Chapter BB Women Seats Its New Officers Electioi I at 1 ng of I ; ; B nth W %  td in I wing sclent. Mrs Maxine Sylvia Reii %  Mis Mrs. Greenfield, and %  Miss \\ I Dies %  SamS %  '. I TuesTOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixtura No Shells or Wei "is BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terraca Simon Wolf to Star In Yiddish Classical Hour A new .! %  vish radio pr igram ol folk I liturgical mush .:. ed bj Morris Nasatir over WINZ. will present a special • "Under the Table." wi itti n and acted by Sim..n \v..lf Mr. 3 %  .-: %  II kn An New V u k r and playwright. X gram, second in a •• v ; : hours planned •,: •. is carried by WINZ on Sundays from 12 k noon to 1 p.m. Mr. Nasain the Yiddish is a member of th< Hi \ tors' Union and until r< cently was the union's executive tary. In 1926 he established the Los Angeles Yiddish theatre. and aame to Miami two years ago Miss Dorothy Rader and Miss Norma Jane Hannah were announced the winners in the new membership contest launched by the Emma Lazarus chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, and sustained during the past year. Gifts awarded as prizes were an amber carry-all and an alligator and gold compact. Collins Transport & Trading, Inc. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Warehousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldg. 8, Municipal Docks LEO EISENSTEIN %  YUaUto\ Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All Your !" 'rREAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Miami Beach 11 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. Friday evening services at 6:00. Adult Saturday morning service at 830 Junior congregation, under the leadership of Mr. Max Bcrtman of the faculty, will meet jointly with the adult con•lon. Mincha at 6:45 followed bv Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Daily school from 3:30 to 6:30. BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday Mincha. 6:30 p.m., followed by Maariv. Saturday ser830 a.m. Saturday at 5 p.m. Mincha at 6. followed by Shalos S'udos. Daily services 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabolas Shabbos, 6:30 p.m. Services Saturday, 8:30 a.m. Student services. 10 a.m. Mincha at 6 p.m., followed by Shale* S'udos. Rabbi Grauer will preach on the "Portion of the Week." Daily services at 6:45 and 8 a.m., and 6:45 p.m. Registration for the summer s, -s:on in the religious school commence Monday, June 9, at 9 a.m. The summer schedule of sses will run Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Services Friday at 6:30 p.m. ami 1 Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. Student services at 10:36 a.m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrinf. Kabalos Shabbas service, 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor Qoldring will officiate. Saturday service, 9 a.m. Junior congregation service, 10 a.m. Daily services 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Dailyreligious school 3:30 to 6:30 p. m. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. Services Friday. 8:15 p.m. and Saturday morning at 10. CHECKING TICKET sales for the Seventh Annual Sweetheart Dance of Miami Chapter 322. A.Z.A.. are these four of the five candidates nominated for the title of Sweetheart. From left to right they are Rosalee Zalken, Margie Miller, Sandra Stein and Lois Mondres. Not pictured is Sheila Ludwig. Winner of the Sweetheart title will be announced at the group's dance to be held at the Alcazar Roof Saturday evening. June 14. All Jewish adult males in St. Augustine are members of the Z.O.A., according to a report from St. Augustine which has just been filed by Israel Feiden, district president. RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Meals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HARBOR No. 2 Call R. M. BUCKNER Mannings—9-1244 • 78-2972 DIAM OND | | CAB PHONE 3-4627 ASK FOR Kosher Zion PRODUCTS AT YOUR Local Delicatessen This label in sures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected. Domand It! Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beef Pastrami LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can .or Sam uel Kelemer. Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF HOROWITZ KOSHER HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. Our 25th Season Early Reservations Suggested Under the Supervision of Expert Chef from Atlantic City HOT & COLD RUNNING WATER—CONNECTING BATHS REASONABLE RATES Write P. O. Box 240, Hendersonville. N. C. IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening at 8:15, regular Sabbath evening services. TEMPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdal*. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening. June 6. at 8 p.m.. a special Temple Family Service will be held. Rabbi David Raab will conduct the service and preach the sermon on "The Jewish Family." Everne Waskow of the Religious School will light the Sabbath candles and Jules Ben Silverman will recite the Kiddush. All parents and their children are invited to attend. TOUBY MINTING CORP. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava your roof rapalrad now; you will MVI on a now roof laUr "Satlafaetory Work by Exparlaneod Man" 414 • %  W. 22nd Avonua PHONE 4-SIM J



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Confir Held 1947 irmation Services By Beth Sholom 10 flnt confirmation services v Lin the new home of Temple ft Shol.m took plaee Shavuos l iS Sunday. May 25. for 16 ^J^tporidfiar? PAGE ELEVEN jTand girl" wh0 had com nttcd the prescribed course in l religious school. The service was conducted by J ch.id.en, with various memEU o! the class presenting MT^Hes on the theme. "The iSSft the Book." and the enure class participating in a muKl SntaU "What is Torah?" Reeled by Cantor Samuel Kele5 snd Organist Herman Fried. following the recitation of the Conf.rmat.on Pledge, the children were individually blessed by Hahbi Len Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs Leon J. Ell, chairman of the Uool board, presented the con[.rmants. In the absence of Harrv Coinblum. Samuel Lacnman"tendered the certificates of confirmation. Each confirmant was presented, on behalf of the* 8 Sisterhood, with a gold-inscribed white leather covered Bible by the president of the Sisterhood. Ur& Alexander Kogan. Concluding the service, a reception in the patio was held by the parents. Herbert Silver Receives U. of M. Master's Degree Herbert Silver of 950 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, has been panted the degree of Master of Education rom the University of Miami. Mr. Silver will resume his teaching post in the fall at the South Beach E 1 c m e n tary school. With his wife, the former Belle Siegel, active in teaching and organizational groups, Mr. Silver will operate Camp Osceola for They left for Hcndersonville on They left for Hendesonville on June 5. Mr. Silver was commended for outstanding service when he served aboard the USS Currant in the Pacific theatre. Prior to war service, he taught in the Baltimore public schools, having been graduated from the Maryland State Teachers College at Towson. and the University of Maryland. He is now a lieutenant (senior grade) on inactive duty in the Naval Reserve. Standing-Mrs. Leon I. Ell. Leona Golden. Elaine Schwarteman. Arhne Skobel, Harriet Ginsburg. Rhoda Granat. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Gwynneth Wagner, Carol Fenias. Hilary Rott. Hebrew Medical Journal Publishes Spring Issue Phylisf Schermer, Roslyn Solosko, Beverly Sherman. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Seated—Stanley Elsener. Arnold Strauss Marvin Goodman. Stanley Arkin. Commemorating its 20th anniversary, the Spring issue of Harofe Haivri (the Hebrew Medical Journal), edited by Dr. Moses Einhorn, details the growth of the periodical and its founders' beliefs in a Hebrew medical publication for the advancement ef Hebrew medical literature. Also included in the Spring contents are a treatise on medical ethics by Dr. Z. Muntner, and Hebrew medical terminology. The articles are summarized in English to make their facts available to those unable to read Hebrew. The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will hold its annual boat ride on Thursday, June 12. on the boat Seven Seas, scheduled to leave Pier 10. Miami, at 8:30 p.m. i DEBBS Installation Of Officers Takes Place The DEBBS chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, recently held its installation of officers at isert musical, with Mrs. Tcna Katz of B'nai B'rith Women officiating. Officers installed were Dolly Fishbein. president: Trudi Lach, first vice president; Eleanor Quartin, second vice president; Roslyn Morris, recording secretary; Paula Lach, corresponding secretary; Thelma Rappaport, treasurer; Florence Fctriman, sergeant at arms; Adeh: Ziff. parliamentarian, and Bernice Badanes. counsellor. Board members installed included Sonny Comander, Beverly Koch. Irene .1 aco bs Shirley Venet, Jean Neve! and Charlotte Sandier. Guest speakers at the function were Charles Jacobson of B'nai : B'rith, who gave a musical talk, AUTO RADIO SERVICE CHEVROLET CO. I05S W. FLA6LER ST. Phona 9-6441 DRINK PLENTY OF Water Jj-WHIM TO YOUR HOME 85 OF SIX •GAM r^ TTLES %  IgALLQW BOTTLE ... 75c 'lui Be-.,Oepom p H0NE 2 4128 Your Complex Department Store With Qual'ty Merchandise Washington AT*, at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flariar St.. Miami SUN RAY HARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE AND CHRONIC CUES h IIS IW 30— COURT SSS MIAMI FLORIDA GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE & WINDOW GLASS FURNITURE TOPS BEVELED MIRRORS OUR SPECIALTY AND RESILVERING L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 3-4834 MORRIS OKLIN LOUIS GERBER r T" Americas finesi cleaning.; : Call 36601 EI6HBORH00D -STQRES EVERYWHEREMIRRORS FINEST QUALITY MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass InstalledF urniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS CLA§§ SERVICE ., f m G ,ass We Have II ^ ^^ j 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. % %  ADAM, ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ I ADAM, ABE and I and Miss Gertrude Carnovskf, director of girls' work. District 5. In preparation by the club is a skit to be presented to delegates and guests at the B'nai B'rith district convention, scheduled for June 9 at the Jewish Community Center. Miami Beach. The skit will summarize aims of the younger chapters of B'nai B'rith. Sponsored by the DEBBS are a series of games fund-raising parties for June delegates to the District 5 convention of B'nai B'rith girls and young women in Washington. MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes op Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realt605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-! >8 "Trustworthy Service" AVERY INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES CEMENT — ROCK LATH — CEMENT BLOCKS MOITAR MIX Everything in the General Building Line Phones 9-0398—9-9985 55 S. W. First Street *S*1!stz. %  NutU" Vn***%V l I* r *4* O/y. *4> V^' tf> tip **' rff< EACH account is insured to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total of SI5,000 and be fully insured. CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal investments for Trust Funds, as well as Funds held by Guardians, Administrators and Executors. FUNDS invested on or before the 10th of the month earn as of the 1st of the current month. Resources Over $10,000,000 1)11 Lincoln Rd. V2 Block East of Alton Chase Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION C. L. CLEMENTS, President



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PAGE TWELVE +Jenisl> fhrldlan FRIDAY. JUNE 6, .. Campaign Roundup On For Beth David Workers A "Campaign Round Up Breakfast"' for all workers in the current campaign for funds being conducted by the Beth David Congregation has been called for Sunday morning, June 8. at 9 a.m. at the Robert Clay hotel, it was announced yesterday by Harry Markowitz, campaign chairman. "We have reached that point in our drive where it becomes necessary to take stock of our status and to make plans for the campaign wind-up." Mr. Markowitz said. The present phase of the campaign is slated to end July 1. Mr. Markowitz stressed that the synagogue is in great need of new fa ilities. "1 am happy to not* the interest on the part of the nmunity," he said, "in regard to plans for our new synaj Upon its completion, we will have an outstanding edifice which will be a credit to this sectiontpf '-he country." David Brown is treasurer the campaign committee, and vin. chairmen are Sam Weissel S Spector, Stanley C. Myers. Max S rartz, Bon Markowitz and William Shn Jewish Musical Hour To Celebrate Radio "Life" Jacob Schacter will present the Jewish Musical Hour over WBAY in the form of a celebration br >aocast this Sunday at 10 a.m. in ''.servance of his 18th proMarking the word "Eighteei which carries the Hi e "Chay" for "Life." Mr. S hachter will do a special broaden St of the world-famous Cantor Lobele Waldman Also featured on the Sunday am will be Molly Picon criptions, and selections by Bart, who made his first %  I %  ; %  arance as an unknown 01 radio programs designed and { %  luced daily by Mr. Schachter in New York 14 years ago. The Jewish Musical Hour is on the regular schedule of WBAY, the Coral Gables station, and is a half-hour broadcast heard twice a week: Fridays at 11 a.m. and Sundays at 10 a.m. Workmen's Circle Plans Card Party and Bingo Sponsored by the Workmen's Circle Branch 692, a card party and bingo game will be held Sunday. June 8, at 6 p.m. at 25 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Proceeds from the event will be sent to the Jewish Immigrant Aid Society and to Europe's orphans. Committee workers are Mrs. Leon Elkin, Samuel Chess, J. Polk, Mrs. Yetta Kirstein and Mrs. S Lyons. NOW delivering America's most sensational premium gift. Believe it or not. A RADIO IN A BOTTLE, 110 volt, AC or DC. 4 tubes. Try a sample today. $32.95. Agents want, ed throughout the state. Write, wire or phone Harry S. Schwartz Distributing Co.. 1800 S. W. 17th St.. Miami. Ph. 2-4429. Shipman Stamp machines also available. We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed — prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 Three Beach Residents Sponsor Nautilus Party Three prominent Miami Beach residents. Mrs. H. N. Hankoff, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, were hostesses and sponsors of a party given Wednesday evening Nautilus hospital. Ciuosts were 300 veteran patients at the hospital. The party followed a pro arranged by Anyuta Melicov, pianist and director of the Red Cross entertainment committee of volunteer workers, and was one of the series established by Mrs. Melicov for the entertainment and recreation of the hospitalized servicemen in this area. TRULY NOLEN. President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION In The Largest, Finest, Most Modern Vault in Florida There's no further need for you in worry about losing or misplacing your insurance policies, war bonds, storks, jewels .r other valuables. Thousands of new safe deposit boxes arc now available at your irst National Bank. We invite your inquiry about these boxes, and would like you to aspect the new and enlarged vault and Safe Deposit Department on our third floor. You will find many innovations specially designed for the safety of your possessions and for your comfort and eonvenience ... twenty new, private coupon booths and three conference rooms acoustically-treated walls and ceilings fluorescent lighting.. .complete, pleasant air conditioning throughout. And, of course, courteous clerks and guards to serve you. The new vault and Safe Deposit Department mark the completion of one of several new, progressive projects now under construction at your First National Bank. You are cordially invited to make full use of the many friendly services and complete modern banking facilities that are yours at Miami's oldest -and largest financial institution. TMrsfNationalBank of Miami M,am,'s OlJcst an J Largest Financial Institution Established 1902 • 101 East Flakier Street Member Federal Deposit 1 nan r • %  r, C P Insurance Lorporat.on and Federal Reserve System


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 6, 1947

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Tbm&w^g-^ HE JEWISH UNITY
WISH
20 NUMBER 23
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNrTbviiif
PRICE: TEN CENTS
,'nai B'rith District No 5 Convenes decision To Visit
1st Annual Convention On Beach Camps Deferred
iv Abram L. Sachar and Frank Gervasi head the list of
ttinquished speakers who will address the 5th District B'nai
'nth Convention during its four-day sessions from June 7
Lcuqh June 10 in Miami Beach.
Expected to be attended by approximately 1,000 B'nai B'rith
nates and friends, with more than 700 delegates already
stered from seven Southeastern states, this 71st annual
mention will focus on a program which highlights commu-
y-relations. veterans' services, youth forums and symposiums.
jd youth-adjuslment problems.
Co-chairmen of the convention committee are E. Albert Pallot
ShoWm 1 Miami,_and j Th(, convention wlll (loS(. wlth
ividR. Isen the Miami Beach
Convention headquarters
;:he St. Moritz hotel, Miami
ich. Additional hotels at
delegati will register are
Sands. B il Palm and Po-
rn.
ening Saturday evening at
vith a business session fili-
lted bv a cocktail party at the
id. the B'nai B'rith agenda
Itfinucs with four subsequent
ness scheduled for
ijti. and 3 p.m.. Sunday, and
n Monday and Tuesday,
he first official luncheon of
cm Sunday at 1 p.m.
;Steak House, Miami Beach,
present as featured speaker
noted war correspondent.
Gervasi. Known for his
Jkground in on-the-spot cover-
of world news, Gervasi's
will be "The American
xiint in World Affairs."
ief uf Collier's Washington of-
sinre July, 1945, Gervasi
lered the war fronts for that
plication and is the author of
i books. "Thi War Has Seven
s" and "Bui Soldiers Won-
IWhy," in which he detailed
interpreted war events in
land. India, China and Spain.
hpent months of travel also
portuual. neutral Italy. Hung-
and Palestine.
lay include a
lide from the Honey Plaza
'at 4 p.m. and a water car-
and dance at the Raleigh
that evening.
atured for Monday evening
'" Hillel ,h1 B.B.Y.O- sym-
. 'tthe Miami Beach Com-
fty Center. 14th and Euclid
opening at 8:1)0 p.m. A
fatizatmn by local B*nai
.girl members will present
[S-rold Program of B.B.Y.O."
*>g. in retrospect, the vari-
|Pls of B'nai B'rith girls'
"isdunnn the preceding year,
wed and directed by Miss
!* Carnovsky, director of
*<"* for District 5. Par-
^k include Irene Jacobs.
MMTrudi Lach. Dollv
h y,h and Florence
F". Marjorie Miller. Janet
yerly K,.ch. Roslyn
Adele /.iff. jean Ncvcl_
'"'man and Miss Rita
*n. pianist
sK?" Wenorah pins
'certificates engraved
,Flla" parchment to the
it,*'"1' leade in ,h*
^nembership drive, Mieh-
uenbj g, Charles R.
"and m.x peinberg of
thoT u,'" taka P1** ;"
"Mun.h,,,,, sessions. it
SC --v by Sam
^ni lodge president.
a banquet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
at the Steak House. Honored
guest and speaker there will be
Dr. Abram L. Sachar. national
director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations and widely known
as an educator and director of
youth organizations, under whose
stimulus Hillel Foundations have
been established on the campuses
of more than L33 universities in
the L'nited States, Canada and
Cuba. Outlined to serve the cul-
tural, social and inter-faith needs
of Jewish students. Hillel Foun-
dations have been instrumental in
aiding students to participate in
civic affairs following gradua-
tion.
From Harvard university. Dr.
Sachar did graduate research at
the University of Cambridge,
plan sessions
Simultaneous with the men's
convention, the B'nai B'rith
Women's District 5 members will
engage in a convention program
centered at the Poinciana hotel,
the women's convention head-
quarters. Presiding officer of the
women's district grand lodge is
Mrs. Louis S. Piassick. who will
introduce Dr. Sachar on Monday
for a leadership training insti-
tute series. Speaker at the in-
stitute also will be Mrs. Arthur
K. Laufman. national director of',
women's activities.
The women's convention will
close with a tea at the home of
Mis. Louis Ileiman at 423 E. Rivo
Alto dr., Miami Beach.
General chairman of the worn- .
en's convention committee is Mrs. '
Harry Gordon of MiamL
CONDITIONS IN CYPRUS
CAMPS IS DEPLORABLE
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
internmen! camps for Jewish
refugees on Cyprus are so over-
crowded that hundreds of per-
sons are without beds and com-
pelled to sleep on the bare
qround. it is learned here.
The situation was made worse
by the arrival of nearly 400
immigrants who arrived in Pal-
estine aboard the Yehuda
Halevi and were immediately
deported to Cyprus. The Halevi
passengers were mainly Seph-
ardic Jews from North Arica.
FIRST IMATIQNAL
Fifth-Place Contest Sees
Turk-Pole Issue Clouded |and modernizing program within
The fifth-place contest for Mi- the structure of The First Na-
ami Beach city councilman.: tional Bank of Miami nearing
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)The
U.N. inquiry committee on Pales-
tine this week decided to defer a
final decision on visiting the
camps for displaced Jews in
Europe until it completes hear-
ings in Palestine.
At a public meeting the com-
mittee elected Chief Justice Emil
Dandstroem of Sweden as its
permanent chairman. Senator
Alberto Ulloa of Peru was elected
vice chairman.
The committee adopted unani-
mously rules governing the taking
of written and oral testimony.
Flexible in character they allow
the committee full scope and
freedom of action as regards the
time and place of taking testi-
mony. They reserve the right to
turn over the testimony for
screening to a sub-committee.
The only positive restriction
placed on those who wish to be
heard orally is that they state in
advance the subject on which
they desire to present evidence.
It was obvious, however, that
the time factor would set a
limit on New York organiza-
tions. This was made clear
With an extensive remodeling j to them in a letter they will
receive inviting them to state
their views in writing, with
u
England, and after receiving his which closed in a dramatic see- completion, Wiley R. Reynolds,
saw battle finally tabulating a president, announced June 1 the
majority of 27 votes for Ralph C. ratification of the merger of the
Pole against Harold Turk, may i American National Bank of Mi-
be renewed with a ballot investi- ami and The First Trust Colli-
gation, reported Mr. Turk in post-1 pany with and into The First
election comment-. National Bank of Miami, effec-
Mr. Turk was apparent victor live at the close of business June
in the race until absentee votes 14 and operative on the opening
began weighting the scales for of business Monday, June 16. Ap-
Pole. Turk announced he would proval Of the merger by share-
file a petition for a writ of man- holders of the institutions con-
damu* in circuit court charging corned was given without a dis-
'aross irregularity" in the ab- senting vote. The Certificate of
sentee voting. 'Approval of the consolidation
Turk said he would charge' agreement, issued by the Comp-
"many of the absentee ballots trailer of the Currency of the
were improperly filled out with United States was received by
Xs all over them so that I don't the bank on May 31. Federal
how inspectors could tell Deposit Insurance Corporation
(Continued on page 4)
ee there in doctor of philos-
ophy he was affiliated with the
University of Illinois, home of
the first Hillel Foundation. In
1932 he became national Hillel
direct'
He will address the B'nai B'rith
joint nun's and women's conven-
tion on "Problems of Youth Ad-
justment in the Post-War World."
BEN GURION EXPLAINS VIEW
JERUSALEM (JTA) -David
Ben Burion this week declared
that his recent proposal for an
independent Jewish state in part
of Palestine, with the mandate
remaining in force in the other
was his own private
a&ATMSr sax
Services Held For Crash Vietims
The first of the funeral rites to
be held for Miami victims of the
tragic plane crash which last Fri-
day plummeted 53 persons to
their deaths in Maryland swamp-
land, took place Wednesday in
double services tor Miss Queenie
Machtei, 27, and Leo Machtei. 25,
daughter and son of Rabbi and
Mrs Samuel M. Machtei of Had
S. W. 17th ter.
Officiating clergymen at the
Gordon Funeral home were Rab-
bi* Leon Kronish, Joseph E
Rackovsky, [rving Lehrman and
Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Aunts
COMMITTEE
mSfBJUNE is
"KAIEM (JTA)-The
Agency executive has
ZilC?nrne a ">e.ling
SSAc,ioni commit-
C um June ,S- iJ was
, has already been
""mbers of the com-
QUEENIE MACHTEI
attending the rites were Mrs
Julius K ronick of Pittsfield,
Mass., Mrs. Charles Mendelson
Vonkers, N. Y Mrs Herman
Enson of Brooklyn, and Mr and
Mrs Sam Kate, also Of Brooklyn.
Harvey Seeds Post guard ol
honor conducted services at the
.side in Mt. Nebo cemc
for Leo Machtei. who was a yet-
, ,.a,i of World War II. Forming
,rd of honor for Miss Machtei.
, graduate of the nurses' training
school at Jackson Memorial hos-
pital, Wl,e the hospital nuraes.
Also present was Miss RebaBos-
Cov of Reading. Pa., a fellow stu-
dent from the Juilliard academy.
Surviving, besides their parents,
is -, sister. Miss Naomi Machtei.
As additional bodies are identi-
fied and the remains shipped
here, burial plans will be an-
nounced for the other Pf**"*"
a the Ul-ffated flight 60S
;:h h was scheduled non-stop
m the Newark airport to Mi-
i' Killed in the death crash
;J .,',. several prominent members
of ,hc Jewish community or then
nearest km In the L't of 53 wer
George S. Polite, jr., president
G.e2*?.i Palm Furniture Factory,
wife
ried daughters and a son; and
fules Ganz, co-owner of the
Frozen Foods Co. Mr.
Ganz' survivors are his wife and
nother, and two small children.
Another victim of the disaster
.vas P. J. Rosengarten of Perth
Am bo v. N. J. en route to visit his
father'. I. Rosengarten, ill in Vic-
hospital. Mr. Rosengarten
is survived by his parents of 618
S. W. 11th ave.. his wife and two
small children, and a brother in
Miami. Henry D. Rosengarten of
2130 S. W. 15th St,
-*
leach for the past five years, who
rssumvedbyh.swife.twoma-
LEO MACHTEI
the reservation that their re-
quest for oral hearings will be
subject to the discretionand
the timeof the committee.
These requests must be sub-
miled in 30 copies on or be-
fore June 6.
The inquiry body decided to
accord the Jewish Agency, Brit-
ain and the Arab Higher com-
mittee the right to appoint liaison
officers to the committee. The
rights of these officers were flex-
ibly defined to include furnish-
ing of information and rendering
of any assistance the committee
may require. The liaison officers
may also "on their own initia-
tive" supply information at the
discretion of the committee.
The decision was taken over
the persistent objections of Aus-
tralia's delegate. John Hood, who
warned that the lights of or re-
strictions on the officers should
be more specifically defined.
Meanwhile. Faris el Khouri.
Syrian member of the security
council and chief Arab spokes-
man at the U.N., announced that
he was protesting to U.N. Secre-
tary General Trygve Lie against
alleged ''pro-Zionist" bias in the
1,000 pages of printed matter pre-
pared by the U.N. secretariat as
background material for the in-
quiry commission. Khouri said
that the documents presented too
favorable a picture of Jewish de-
velopments in Palestine and
placed too much emphasis on
President Truman's various state-
ments on Palestine, without giv-
ing equal space to Arab declara-
tions.
Six of the eleven members of
the committee met as a sub-com-
mit tee last week behind closed
doors to make recommendations
on 25 questions placed before
them by U.N. Secretary General
Trygve Lie.
Dr. Jozhe Brilej. the Yugoslav
member, indicated that he will
insist that the inquiry committee
visit the DP camps in Europe.
SNEH OPPOSES ANY
PARTITION FORMULA
PARIS (JTA)Sharp opposi-
tion to "any partition formuja"
was voiced by Moshe Sneh, a
member of the Jewish Agency
executive, speaking at the 8th
Conference of the French Gen-
eral Zionist Organization.


PAGE TWO
fjmisii fhridian
Edith Shier Discloses
June 8 Wedding Plans
Designating her two Bisters as
maid of honor and junior brides-
maid, Miss Edith Shier today dis-
closed final plans on her mar-
riage June 8 to Bernard Apple-
baum, which takes place at Beth
David at 3 p.m. with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Both Miss
Shier and Mr. Applebaum are
1947 graduates of the University
of Miami.
In addition to JoAnn Shier, as
maid of honor, and Sandra Joyce
Shier as junior bridesmaid, the
bride's attendants will includ.
Miss Isadora Margolis, brides-
maid; Mrs. Jack Kamenoff of
Orlando as bridesmatron Mrs.
Kamenoff is the former Madaleen
Schulman of MiamiLois Soco-
low, and Arlcne Badanes, 1 lower
girls, and Sharon Badanes as
ringbearer. Harpist will be Mrs
Marvin Richard, with Miss Irene
Patty as vocalist.
The bridegroom will have as
his attendants three classmates
from the University ol Miami
Kenneth Lipman as best man.
and Harold Bamborg and Stanley
Lambert, ushers.
The wedding party will be
guests at a luncheon at Ilu;
preceding the wedding rehearsal
this Friday. A reception at Beth
David will be held immediately
following the marriage cerem iny,
with a family dinner at the
Robert Richter hotel.
The daughter of Mr. and M
Henrv Shier of 1236 S. W. 21s.
ter.. Miss Shier is identified with
numerous community activities
She is adviser to A.L.S. chapter,
B'nai B'rith, and. with Mr. Ap-
plebaum, is a Sunday school
teacher at Beth David. Previ-
ously at the University of Flor-
ida, Mr. Applebaum. the son of
Mrs. Mane Applebaum of l"l"
S. W. 23rd ter.. served four years
in the Navy and was discharged
with the rank of lieutenant (j.g I
The couple plan a honeymoon
trip through the Carolina moun-
tains.
Judith Weiss' Betrothal
Announced By Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. We BK
of Miami take pleasure in an-
nouncing the engagement of their
daughter. Judith Irene, to Dr.
Personally Sneaking
Silver will be an event of late June.
Miss lackie Nadel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ben Nadel of
2117 S W FUth St.. left Friday for an extended visit in New
York- While'here she plans to do photography modeling.

Sam B. Miller is in Tucson. Ariz., on a business trip.

Mr and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad wish to be remembered to
the? numerous friends in Greater Miami. They "*"
a vacaton at the Langham hotel-apartments in Los Angeles.

Mr and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg have returned from a trip to
New Yak. where Mr. Eisenberg underwent an operation. Mr
Eisenberg is associated with the Riverside Memorial chapel of
Miami Beach.
FRIDAY, JUNE 6. 1947!
Marilyn Ann Kantor Will
Wed Martin Lundy, Vet
MiSs Marilyn An,. Kantor1, ,.
gagement to Mart,,, Lundy ha,
been announced by her mothw
Mrs. Abraham H. doss 124J
:.i;ss JUDITH WEISS
Elliott Carl Cohen, son of Dr.
and Mrs, Harry Cohen ol New
York Citj and Miami Beach.
Miss Weiss attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and is a gradu-
ate ol the School of Education
01 New York University. She re-
cently appeared with the Broad-
way Players, an acting company
in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Dr.' Cohen graduated from
V.,le University and the Long
island College of Medicine. At
present he is resident physician
at the Cumberland Hospital.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
All friends are cordially in-
vited to attend a reception to
be held Saturday evening, June
7 at 8 p m. at the home of Mr.
and Mrs, W iss, 1650 S. W. 21st
.-t.
Unveiling Services For
Gus Ginsburg on Sunday
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Gu
Ginsburg. husband of Mrs M illy
Ginsburg and father of Mrs
George Chertkof, Mrs. Joseph
Goldstein, and Miss Paula Gins-
burg of Miami will take place
Sunday, June 8. at Woodlawn
cemetery at 11 a.m.. under the
direction of the Gordon Monu-
ment Co. Friends and relatives
are invited to attend.
Hess-Robbins Nuptials
At Roney Plaza Saturday
Miss Betty Jane Hess was mar-
1 ied on May 31 to Dr. Ralph Rob.
bins, at the Honey l'la/a hotel.
nabl 1 Leoi Kronish officiated,
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A reception followed in the Im-
perial Room,
Daugl tei of Mr, and Mrs. Dan-
iel Hess, annual winter visitors
from Lawrence, L. I., who came
south for the evi t, I 1 bride
was att< y her sister-ii
Mi Ha old Slavin, a matron ol
honor, an i la] atti ndants Miss
Mae Robbins and her sister-in-
law, Mrs. Jack Leopold, her
cousin. Donna Slavin was flower
girl.
Bi I man for Dr. Robbins, the
son of Mr, a: d Mrs, Marcus Rob-
bins of 1100 Drexel ave., was his
brother. Dr. Alexander Robbins
Ushers were l)i Bernard Rob-
bies. Dr. Max Novich, N< wark,
N. J.. Jack Leopold, Daniel Hi
jr., and Dr. Arthur Rose.
Following a two week h
moon in Havana, tl lywedi
will spend a month in New York,
Upon their return they will re-
side at 3 Century Lane, Belle
Isle,
Mrs. Robbins attended Strat-
ford Hall in Danville. Va., and
has done modeling in New York
and screen work in California.
Dr. Robbing 1- a graduate of the
University of Virginia.
Miss Marcia Sable, daughter of Mrs. Mae Sable of 1132
>ucM ave! Miami Beach, will return home this weekend for
summer vacation from Florida State university. Miss Sable is
a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.

Mr and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and their daughter, Joy, left
Friday for an extended vacation in St. Louis.
Dr William B. Bernstein has left to do post-graduate work
this summer at the Philadelphia General hospital. Mrs Bern-
stein and their three children will spend the summer months in
Johnstown, Pa. ^ #
Mr and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman of 2263 S. W. 21st ter have
returned from a three weeks business and pleasure trip through
Washington. New York, New Jersey and Columbia. S. C. Miss
Irene Stern of Columbia, S. C, is spending a week with her
sister and brother-in-law as their houseguest.

Mr and Mrs. Oscar Argintar of 1542 N. W. Second st., and
Mrs Argintar's father, Mr. Newell, will motor to Tallahassee
this weekend to attend the graduation of their daughter, Ester,
from Florida State university.

Mr and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman of Miami Beach and their
daughter, Doris, left this week to spend the summer in New
York. While in the North they wUl visit their sons, Tom and
Ted. and will return after the marriage of their daughter, Rita.

Honeymooners from Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Olshine
have arrived at the Versailles hotel for their first Miami Beach
vacation. Mrs. Olshine is the former Tidg Frenkel of Cincinnati.
Mr. Olshine was recently discharged after five years' service
with the field artillery. 'Iheir marriage took place on May 27
in Cincinnati.

Also honeymooning at the Versailles hotel are Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Castle who were married May 27 in Greenwich, Conn.
The bride is the former Renee May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David May of Central Park West. New York City. Mr. Castle
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Castle of Miami Beach.

Rabbi David Raab of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale,
who has relinguished his position, will leave Fort Lauderdale
on July 1 on a northern trip.

Three-week guests of the Versailles hotel are Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Lewis, married in Manhattan on May 31. Mrs. Lewis
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Weinstock of West Forest
Hills. L. I. Mr. Lewis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lewis,
also of West Forest Hills, and represents a Miami export firm.
The Lewis' are the 100th honeymoon couple to arrive at the
hotel since the first of the year.

Dr. Max Pepper left Wednesday for Atlantic City to attend
meetings of the American Heart association, the American
Diabetic association, and the annual convention of the American
Medical association. He will return June 14.
Miss Marilyn Ann Kan
tor
Drexel ave., Miami Beach. Mrl
Lundy is the sun ol Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Lundy of 1329,
Pennsylvania ave., Miami 15. .1
Formerly of Philadelphia, MrJ
Lur.dy attended the Univi
of Florida and sei ved in the Navy
for three and a half years. He
is now a stupdent at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Barbara Neufeld Will
Marry Dr. Theo. Mandy
Announcement of the engaged
ment of Miss Barbara NYufeld td
Dr. Theodore Mandy has b'.efl
made by her parents, Mr. and|
m
MISS BARBARA .Vf.'UTELD|
Mrs. Sidney Lewi : >H
Beach and HendersonviUe. H,
Dr. Mandy is a son ol Mr. an
Mrs Samuel Mandy, of Bait
more, Md. Miss Neufeld is M
in Baltimore visiting Dr.
Mrs. Arthur Mandy.
mmmi URCTj
i-zxtz h^iVch
Stephen Katz, Allen Brooks Shevach and Edward Masur
will leave on June 26 for Brant Lake Camp in the Adirondacks.

Allen Brooks Shevach, son of Dr. and Mrs. Randolph She-
vach, was host to a group of classmates from the North Beach
Elementary school at a luncheon and pool party held Thurs-
day in the Caribbean hotel. His guests were Linda Kars, Cor-
nelia Turk, Carol Kratish, Merrill Ann Trent, Temma Mazor,
Deanno Granoff, Helen Jo and Stephen Schwarz. Judy Kamm,
Stephen Katz, Demi Zachar, Martin Raff and Edward Masur.

Eileen Barbara Shevach and her friends will celebrate her
third birthday on June 8 with a party at the Caribbean hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Minkoff, 1764 S. W. Tenth St., announce
the birth of Stanley Jay on May 28 at the Jackson Memorial
hospital.
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jJ^SbtaWUl Wed
Popkin In Summer
wedding has
planned
Harry
. |.,[,. summer
* planned by Miss Mona
* whose engagement to
jjrry Popkin was announced
Beverly Kendall to Wed
S. W. (Dick) Hefner, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M Ken-
dall, 1777 N. W. Fourth st., have
announced the engagement of
their daughter. Beverly, to S. W.
^J fhridlfan
HISS WON A RUBIN
m, wei k her parents, Mr.
ind Mrs. Al e Rubin of 400 Col-
lins ave., Miami Beach.
The bride-< led is a graduate
of Miami Beach high school and
thel'riV' rsitj if Alabama, where
she was vice president of Sigma
Delta T-''L; rority and a member
dthe elemi nl try council of edu-
caiion. Shi instructor of the
ntral Beach ele-
100I.
Mr. Popkii of Augusta, Ga., is
a graHn i Georgia School
of Tecl da veteran of
tree years' Navy service. He is
working for his master's degree
at Tulanc University, New Or-
leans.
MISS BEVERLY KENDALL
(Dick) Hefner, jr., son of the
senior Hefners of 1533 N. W.
Eighth st.
Mr. Hefner, now a student .it
the University of Miami, previ-
ously attended the Universil
Florida. Both he and the bride-
elect are graduates of Miami
high school.
SK TGroVPs Elected For
iziits Leadership Plans
Board of Directors for the Jew-
ish Social Service Bureau held
May 29, officers elected were;
honorary pr, ident, Mrs Benja-
min Meyers; president, Colonel
Elry Stone; vice presidenl Mrs
Jacob Eppstein, Mrs. Monte SeUg
Judge Harold Spaet; secretary!
Leo Ackerman; treasurer,
ny'and Ril istant treasurer
Irving Frai kel
' I" addition to these officers,
'"' : members of the
Board wer. i li ctco to i rve on
the Executive committee: Mi
N ''' D Herman Selin-
sky, Leon Ell, Mrs. Benja i in
Sherry, Fr< d Shochet, Rabbi Max
SI n i H d I '
Milton Sirkin, .v.. Ch rli T
Max Silvi :. Di M. .1 s .
R bi Irving Lei rn an and Dr.
Alex Libow.
Presei ted at v e mei til g
repoi' the ni
tries R. C utive director of the Je \ s
cial Si r\ ici i; irei u. Majoi task
ahead, stated Mr. Cohen, is se-
1 >nal turn:. I e
burt au's opi lion, to offset 11 e
failure of thi Chesl :
PAGE THREE
Pion-Keilson Nuptials Marked In Home Ceremony
The Bureau ol Jewish Edura-
lioi urn it registration
for the i i of He-
lm .'. school opens M
!> a.m thi Beth David .':
Beac Jew ish Cei tet. at d Miami
h (i: thodox i ons.
It's
the

lleinz Kosher Vegetarian
Boked beans have long
been "best-sellers" in ail
Jewish neighborhoods.
Oven-baked till they are
flolder-brown and tender
-drenched m delightful
tomotc sauce Heinz
Vegetariar Baked Beans
(they're pareve) are a
quick-to-f.x. sure-to-
P'eose dish for milchig"
Of' fleischig' meals.
LOOK FOR
THE
SEAL or
KASHRUTH,
U UNION Of ORTHODOX
JEWISH C0N0tCMIOHS
01 WICA
IVrMiiisilly Speaking
Br. and Mrs. Alvin S. Gardner have returned from their trip
to the West Indies. Thev also visited Puerto Rico, the Domini-
can Republic, Haiti and Cuba.
Harry I. Maqid left Thursday on a vacation trip which will
take him to Nashville, Tenn., where he will join Mrs. Manid
and visit his dauqhter ard son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H.
Ghertner. Mr. Ghertner 's head of the Cullum-Ghertner Print-
ing Cc.
Harry Cantor has left on a month's automobile trip through
the Eas;.
David R. Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Braznel!
apartments, Miami Beach, was qraduated recently from Mercers-
burg academy, Mercersburq, Pa. He entered the academy in
1945, was a member of the Irving Literary society, and active
in the band.
Midshipman Ben Goodman, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber.
Goodman of 1524 Jefferson ave., was one of 80 men qraduatec
from the United States Naval academy at Annapolis Monday
night. Goodman, who plans to qo into aviation, altended
Marion Institute High school and Junior college, both in Marion,
Ala before entering the academy from the Third Congressional
distric' of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shapiro and their oldest son, Stephen,
of Spartanburq, S. C, have arrived in Miami Beach to attend
the E'nai B'rith convention. Mr. Shapiro is the vice president
of the Spartanburg B'nai B'rith lodge and Mrs. Shapiro is the
secretary of the Council of Jewish Women of Spartanburg. Mrs
Shapiro is the daughter cf Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder and
hairman of the Spinoza Forum.
Rosa Carol and Maureen Ann Colin, daughters of Mr. and
Mrs Maurice C. Cohn of 297 N. Hibiscus dr.. Hibiscus Island,
will spend the summer months in the North Carolina mountains
a: Camp Skylark.
Mrs. Lillie Mack Trevey of Washington. D. C, is spending
a si mmer vacation as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Lyn Cohn. .
Stanley, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Saal, ^become
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. ide on Friday
:ob Keil-
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I by Rabbi Moses
eloff the wedding was at-
ti li d y immediate friends of
. and took place in the
ome, 2252 S. W. 22nd
Miss Pion, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Ji pi II. Liebster of New
York, attended the University of
oklyn College. Mr.
Keil on did graduate work in
law at Columbia University f<>l-
aduation from the Uni- j
versity of Pennsylvania. He
served in the Army Signal Corps
and is now head of the Keilson
Advertising company, a national
advertising agency founded by
his father with headquarters in
New York.
Guests at the home ceremony
were Mr. and Mrs, R. Lance, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Kopelman and
Mrs. Kopelman's mother, Harry
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FRIDAYJUNE6 iJ
Editorial
WELCOME. B'NAI B'RITH
Fifth District of B'nai B'rith and auxiliary convenes on Miami
Beach this weekend. Some seven hundred delegates from
seven Southeastern states will gather for business and tor
pleasure. ...
Miami and Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodges and auxiliaries
will be hosts to the regional group of one of Americas out-
standing service organizations. It is anticipated that we will
be honored by having Louis Heiman of this community ascend
to the district presidency. The hosts have done much to insure
the success of the meetinqs and social functions.
B'nai B'rith through its varied programs has made an envi-
able record. The road ahead presents even greater opportuni-
ties. Future achievement depends on meetings as that to oe
held here this weekend. Exchange of ideas and messages trorn
Beth David Children
Set for Father's Day
An unusual Father's Day func-
tion in Greater Miami will be
the 'Father and Child" breakfas
scheduled at the Alcazar hotel
for Sunday. June 15. by more
than 200 students of the Beth
David congregation's Hebrew and
Sunday schools. .
Planned bv the boys and girls
themselves, who have formed
adult-style committees for the
purpose, invitations to the break-
fast have been issued to all
lathers who are members of the
congregation or who have chil-
,i en m attendance at the Beth
David Sunday school or Hebrew
school.
Heading the committee i
impetus to greater accomplishment.
held here this weekend, txenange oi hwu-j ""-""^------;-; s Ass,sting committee mem-
experienced men will unfold the paths of further pronress bers are gst^ Greenberg. chair-
the delegates assembled. I man of the program committee;
We welcome B'nai B'rith Fifth District. May your gathering Judy ;ind Kenneth Myers. Danny
here provide the needed ation to go forth with added Roberts, Jerry Streit. Bernard
Dal/. Jimmy Gordon, r- rank A.
Greenberg, Stuart Lubitz. Charles
Rosenblitt, Jerry Schulman, Bob
UNINSTRUCTED DELEGATES SSfeJPSK ESSd'*BZ
A telegram was received this week signed by Solomon Gold- L,,wi,
man. Edmund I. Kaufman. Louis E. Levinthal Louis L.psky. I __--------_
Morris Rothenberg. Robert Szold, Stephen S. Wise, all former y Spring Dance Will
presidents of the Zionist Organization of America. The text of Rhumba. Waltz
the message read: The undersigned invite your cooperation feature a,
aAction at the, convention^ the Zionist Organize,- ^^(.^r
Spring Dance to take place Sun-
lay evening, June H. at the Police
Benevolent Hall, 2300 N. W 14th
St.
In addition, there will be a
run ba exhibition by two local
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
(Copyright, 1946. Seven Arti Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
tion of America to be held in New York July 4: The 50th an-
rual convention of the Zionist Organization of America is sched-
uled to be held in New York on July 4. It is meeting at a time
when momentous issues, involving the character of our move-
ment and the very future of Palestine, are at stake. At no
time has it been so essential to maintain the integrity of the .
organization, its democratic character, and the free expression Arthur Murray instructors, Mi-
of opinion without let or hindrance by any administrative re- c '^^^cjt-r :md An. a Mac-
strictions. During the past few years we have become increas- j > -The w a It, test j hrmtcd
ingly concerned with the tendency in the Zionist Organization JJJJJJJ '
which allows one administration virtually to appoint or desig-1 Musjc wi]| ,)o flirnishcd by
nate its own successors. Contrary to every democratic prm-!,, V|, TyUi|. ;ind hls (.()p;| Cabana
ciple. and to use the administrative machinery to that end, j qjphestra. Table reservations are
contrary to all principles of civil service. Unfortunately, Zionist' now hems made for large parties.
conventions have been reduced to mass meetings and demon- j -----------,-------------------
strations of assent, and throuch controls from above have ceased | Silvermans Announce
to be deliberative assemblies for the determination of Zionist .... x ,
issues and the election of an administration truly reflecting the
views of the rank and file.
"Deeply deploring this state of affairs in our movement, we
former presidents of the Zionist Organization of America, be-
longing to no single party or group, holdinq different opinions
on many Zionist guestions, appeal to the Zionists of America
to send to the convention delegates uninstructed. unbound,
uncommitted to any group or faction, and unpledged to any
candidate or list of officers, leavina to the deleaates them-
selves, through their own uncontrolled committees, the full and
free opportunity to elect such an administration as may best
serve the interests of the Zionist movement."
The Congress Explains:
Dr. David Petegorsky, executive director of the American Jew-I
ish Congress, lets us know that his organization is opposed to th
Buckley bill against anti-Semitism. H.R. 2848. for various reasons!
. The reasons given are: 1. The bill is unconstitutional; 2. It j.
too all-embracing; 3. As drafted, the bill would bar even the dis-
tribution of truthful statements about any ethnic group Hcl
adds that AJC experts are at work drafting a better bill.
Illuminating:
We're told that Rabbi Irving Miller, addressing a recent Zionist
meeting in New York, reported that during an interview during the
war the then Deputy Prime Minister Attlee made a comment which
may throw some light on his antagonism to the Jewish position in
Europe and Palestine Miller was telling Attlee about the terribW
tragedy that befell the Jewish people as a result of Hitler's march
through Europe when Attlee impatiently interrupted him, saying:
"I'm sick of hearing of Jewish hearing Don't think that Jews
have a monopoly on suffering."
Interesting But Not True:
William Zukcrman's "The Silver Lining" in the June issue of
the Ladies' Home Journal makes good reading, but we can't agree
with its conclusion that "the bulk of the non-Jewish population
outside Germany did not share the Nazi brutality and hatred for
the Jews" And then William Zukerman, a very good reporten
who should know better, goes on to say "In the midst of the greatest
upsurge of anti-Jewish persecution in history, a strong pro-Jewish]
even philo-Somitic movement sprang up in Europe and countered!
the anti-Semitic horrors" Statistics contradict our friend Zuker-[
man Hungary, Rumania and Poland, to mention just three!
countries outside Germany, built up a terrifying record ol massl
anti-Semitism during the war
First National Bank
Reveals Merger Plans
(Continued from page ')
approval was also obtained.
"This consolidation into one of
the oldest, largest and sound..-',
b anking institutions in the
South." said Reynolds, "follow.-
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as a natural consequence of the'city council, the el etion cstab
Bar Mitzvah of Jules Ben
Invitations have been issued by
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Silvcrman of
Fort Lauderdale to the Bar-
close relationship and joint man-
agement that have existed be-
tween the individual banks.
"It means a new era m banking
for Miami," he continued. "Not
only will the depositors and the
customers of both the American
National Bank and The First
Fifth-Place Contest Sees
Turk-Pole Issue Clouded
(Continued from page 1)
whom the people had really
voted for."
Preceded by a n onl of spirit-l
ed campaigning by 14 candidate]
for five seats on the M
VICTIMS IN AIRPLANE DISASTER
ah of their son. Jules Ben, National Bank now enjoy en- ineumnems wniian c
on Friday. June 13. at 8 p.m. at iarged quarters and ultra-modern Louis F. (Red) Sne
the Temple in Fort Lauderdale. equjpment, but also banking and j The defeated c
A reception will follow the ser- lrust facilities on a par with the according to their vi
vices at Temple Hall fincs, jn ,ht> country." were Melvin J Rich!
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Albert Heads Miami
Beach Civic League
James M. Albert was elected
president of the Civic League of
Miami Beach at a -upper Wednes-
day in Maurice's restaurant, 2701
Collins ave.
First and second vice presidents
named are James H. Ruby and
Arthur Frishman. while1 Harold
Ungerleider and Alexander S,
Gordon were chosen treasurer
and secretary, respectively.
Elected to the board of direc-
tors are: Jake Ehrlich, Jack Ab-
bott, Harry Sirkin. Lou Gilman.
Hei ry Green, George Bertman,
Ed Singer, Dr. M. B. Cerlin and
Paul Greene.
The officers will be installed at
a special meeting June 21.
lished bai kei Mai i Lii berman
and Maurice (Doc) Klein, South
Beach druggist, as big i si men
on the ticket and automatic rc-J
cipients therefore of a four-yeai
term each. They received in exj
cess of 5,000 votes. Two-year
terms are slated for successful
incumbents William Burbridge!
and Pole
lates, lists
ote-count,
hard, San
Cold in eighth place, J C. (Jackl
Kimball, Mrs. Theresa Kanter,
The merger, the president an-
nounced, brings the entire per- .
sonnel. operating officers and Edward L. Owens, Edward Het
board members of the American Mrs. Frances O. Wai
James P. Jefl'rcs
Sworn in Wcdnr
National Bank ir.to The Fust Na
tional. The First Trust Company
at the same time, becomes a part city council will b. delayed i
of the Trust Department of The Its consideration of ,
First National Bank of Miami.
The present Board of Direc-
tors of The First National Bank
lies by the illness oj two council!
men, Burbridge and Pole. Cot"
cilman Burbridge
of Miami will remain unchanged from a virus
mlr. tioi at SB
GEORGE S. POLITZ. JR.
JULES GANS
ZIONIST EXPANSION DINNER
HEARS LOCAL SPEAKERS
Miami Zionist district held
its annual expansion fund dinner
Tuesday evening in the Panama
:oom of the R iberl day hotel
with 12f> guests attending.
Burnett Roth, president of the
organization, was toastmaster and
presented the speakers, who in-
with the merger and will con-
tinue to guide the afairs of the
consolidated bank.
Wiley R. Reynolds, sr., an out-
standing banker, and his family
purchased the controlling interest
of the bank from E. C. Romfh in
May. 1946.
The following men now head
the three institutions to be con-
solidated: Wiley R. Reynolds,
president, The' First National
Bank of Miami; Clement B.
Chinn, president, American Na-
Francis hospital, and Pole .
confined to his home. 1537' 1
ington ave.. as th resull ot
neMvous collapse in City m
while he was awaitn i "j
returns. .]
First matters to be attended tf,
bv the city councilrnen are tn
appointment of department iteaq
and the confirmatioi q ail J
holders not und< r civil scrue
following
mayor.
asked him to come to Mjami
tional Bank of Miami, who teLnare the responsibility ?'c*"j
well known for his business and \nR ()Ut llu. policies which we
civic activities and president of being pursued,
the Belcher Oil Co.; R. C. Houser,
president, The First Trust Com-
pany, who is one of the oldest
directors of The First National
to the president <>f The First
n" Bar.k, and prominent in Miami
ud.,1 Mr. Abe Goodman, na- busjn'css andpclv. (,,,.lcs.
Uonal treasurer of the Zionist c _, KimbaU, assistant
inization of America; Rabbi
Max Shapiro, of Beth David; Mr.
Harry Simonhoff, past president
>f the district,
Rabbi Shapiro urged the local
residents to take a more active
and warm interest in Zionism
mm. i*ii. ouiioiiiioii ciesc riDca a "* ti,v- ^**.,.nj ..-r%-------.
recent meeting of the American where he received Phi Beta Kap-
Council for Judaism, contrasting pa honors. He has a background
.t with recent local meetings of f 20 years of banking and i-
ihe Zionist Organization. He ex- nancial expedience.
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Sixth Street. Miami
.ered a second-c ,is rn-itter
1930. at the Post Off.re ^
Fla.. under the Act ot Mrcn j
National Bank of Miami, and vice ^.^"'^mb.r of the Jw"J,J
chairman of the American Na-1 araphic Aoency. Seven^^ Sfrvld
tional Bank of Miami, has been 8)vant?o'n.i,Edori.i W'noli."*-*"!
associated with the Reynolds, can *oci;,*',on,irtf'Pr, Asocii"
family in their various banking I N.w.pap.^Fiorid^^ ^
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120 N. E. Sixth Street
Oliver, the Reynolds family, con-------------Z^~~ NUM1^'
i Ruth Wolkowsky and sideHng the importance of the VOLUME 20 j .,
Betty Carson entertained new duties thrust upon them, re-1 ^'tVirVAN 18 5W7
isicai irtiAn 'lieved Kimball of other duties and | SEVAci .
ed a note of optimism for As Mr. Reynolds' right hand
future of the Zionist move- man, at the death of H. Blake
Oliver, the Reynolds family, con-
tin
ment.
Miss
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with musical selections.


FPIPAY. JUNE 6. 1947
Helen Powell Engaged
To Leonard Denis
. raci ption announcing the
engagement of Miss Helen Pow-
M"daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
v'\. ., c Powell of Miami Beach.
^Leonard Denis, son of Mr and
5Jr, Samuel Denis, was held
Saturday night at the Powell
Sme 860 43,d rt- Hosts were
!rs Irvine Denis, aunt
and uncle o( the groom-elect
Guests attending the reception
taduded Harry Denis, Mr and
Srt Leo If. Alperl, Mrs. Charles
? ConVn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
eiian Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
henis Arthur Meunster, Mrs.
Dorothy Marks, William Brain-
enn Miss Ruth Gross, Mr. and
M."' .1 Whalen, Mrs. W. Lieber-
..' Mrs. Herman Johnson, Miss
genrietta Abrams Mrs. Etta C.
Uercur Bernard Sutta, and Mr
and Mrs. J. Mathews.
Mis Powi II. whose mother is
Prances K Powell, is employed
as a social case worker with the
Miami Jewish Social Bureau.
Her (iai"' recently discharged
after >'x years' overseas Army
urvjce is now associated in busi-
father and uncle.
Miami restaurateurs.
T., wi ling date has been set
gepl 20, after Miss Powell's
return from New York where she
is studying for her master's de-
gree in social work.
*JewislirhridUari
v
Chairmen Named For
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Alexander Kogan, presi-
dent of Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom, has named her
chairmen foi the coming year.
Tr.ev are: religious school, Mrs.
Loon Ell; nursery school, Mrs. Al-
l n.ineial secretary.
Mrs I. Wh tman; membership.
Mrs I Marcus: program, Mrs. E.
Goldstrich; telephone, Mrs. A.
Blutt; library, Mrs. M. Kamm;
gift shop, Mrs. H. Guttman;
budget and finance, Mrs. H.
Kohn.
flower fund. Mrs. Joseph
Arkin; house, Mrs. C. Baum; hos-
pitality. Mrs. L. Krensky; remem-
brance. Mrs. M. Maurcr; birthday.
Mrs, E. Mencher; reservations.
Mrs. I. Rothman; social secretary,
Mrs. William Farr; publicity.
Mrs. D. Levinson; and ways and
means. Mrs. Joseph Fenias and
Mrs D. Phillips.
Parliamentarian is Mrs. Sidney
Ansin.
Monument to Be Unveiled
In Memory of H. Novack
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry
Novack will take place at Wood-
lawn Cemetery Sunday, June 8,
at 10 a. m. with Rabbi Moses
Meschelofl officiating.
Mr. Novack was the husband
of Mrs. [da Novack of 4150 Nau-
tilus drive, and the father of
Mrs, Moe Rauzin and Ben Novack
of Mil
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend the services.
PAGE FIVE
Markowitz Family Honors
6Cth Anniversary Fete
Celebrating their 60th wedding
anniversary on May 10, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Markowitz of Miami
Beach were feted at the home of
a daughter, Mrs. Harry Fisher of
466 N. E. 31st st, at a family
party.
Miami residents for the past 13
years, Mr. and Mrs. Markowitz
previously made their home in
Los Angeles and Indianapolis.
Sons and daughters honoring
the event included Abe Marko-
witz of Fort Lauderdale, Mrs.
Fisher, Isadore, Harry, Ben and
Nathan Markowitz, and Mrs. Her-
bert O. May of Hollvwood. Fla.
Members of the family who at-
tended were Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
man Escol, Mrs. Abe Markowitz.
Mrs. Isadore Markowitz, Harry
Fisher, Mrs. Lena Moss, a niece
from Detroit. Mich.; Mrs. Harry
Markowitz. Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Krasne. Mrs. Ben Markowitz,
Herbert O. May. Also present
were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marks.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Needleman.
Perry Marks. Mrs. Nathan Marko-
witz. Abe Solomon, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Marks. Mr. and Mrs.
He: man Marks, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Silverman and Marvin, son
of Ben Markowitz.
BBG Convention to Draw
Delegates to Washington
Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, Di-
rector of B'nai B'rith Girls' Work,
District 5, will leave next week
for Washington, D. C, to plan
the B'nai B'rith Girls' and Wom-
en's District 5 convention being
held in the nation's capital June
21 through 24.
More than 150 B'nai B'rith
girls representing chapters from
seven southeastern states will
convene. Tentative events in-
cluded in the program are a boat
ride to Mt. Vernon, an Oneg Sha-
bat, and a formal reception and
dance. Miss Irene Jacobs, Dis-
trict 5 president of BBYW, will
be an official Miami delegate to
the convention.
Zenda Weiner to Marry
Victor Rutansky Sunday
Miss Zenda Werner of 3670 S.
W. 23rd ter., daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Louis Weiner of New
York, will be married Sunday.
June 8. in tl < Robert Clay hotel
to Victor Rutansky, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Rutansky ol
10402 N. K 2l mil
The nuptials will take place
at 2 p. m. with 1>. bbi Simon April
officiating. The bride's maid of
honor will be her sister, Mart:.a.
who will come from New York
for the ceremony, and the
groom's best man will be his
brother, Irwin.
Out-of-town guests attending
the wedding will include Mr. and
Mrs. Weiner, the bride's parents.
and Mr. Rutansky's uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ossin
of New York. Also present at the
ceremony will be Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Bloom of Miami.
Both Miss Weiner and Mr. Ru-
tansky are members ol the Emo-
tion Club of the YMHA, and at-
tended New York high schools.
Mr. Rutansky served three years
in the Army and is now employed
as a liquor salesman.
A dinner will he held at the
hotel following the nuptials for
close friends and the immediate
family, after which the couple will
spend a week's honeymoon in
Cuba. Upon their return they will
reside at 2513 S. W. 10th St.
City Attorney to Speak
On Functions of Office
Hawthorne And Giller At
Temple Israel Men's Club
Judge Vernon Hawthorne and
Norman M. Giller, architect, will
ess members of the Temple
1 Men's club Wednesday,
June 11, at 8 p. m. at Kaplan
_,Ha!l. Presiding at the meeting
will be the club's president, Jer-
ome Cohen.
Miami Title & Abstrat Co.
41 N. E. FIRST AVE.
Escrows Abstracts
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KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO.
ASSETS NEARLY $2,000,000.00
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The Perfect CORSET SHOP
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READY AND MADE-TO-ORDER GARMENTS
INDIVIDUAL DESIGNS BY EXPERT
Jack Watson, city attorney, will
ess the members of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at their reg-
ular weekly luncheon Friday in
the Downtown Club. Bill Pallot,
chairman, announced. Watson
will speak on "The Functions of j
the City Attorney'* Office in a
Growing Community."
The Luncheon Club of Sholem
Lodge is designed to present out-
standing civic leaders to the
membership and to acquaint
them with the work of their
ies in the community. Bur-
nett Roth and Bill Pallot are co-
chairmen. They have set up a
revolving plan whereby a differ-
ent member presides at each
luncheon, in order to stimulate
participation in Lodge programs.
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FRIDAY, IUNE 6, 1947
Miami 'Y' Women Stage
Two Report Luncheons
Two report-luncheons were
held on successive Thursdays to
spark the current drive of the
newly-organized "Y" Women's
Division. They took place at the
Garden restaurant and at the
home of Mrs. Bernard Davis.
2230 S. VV. 19th ave. Speaker at
the first of the two luncheons
was Ben Essen.
Under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Ben Essen, the drive to date
has netted campaigners S600 in
pledges from 37 prospects.
Attending the sessions, whirl'.
Mrs. Rose Marion Golden ent< r
tained with musical pantomime
selections, were Mrs. John Tem-
ple, co-chairman, and Mrs. Har-
old Abrams. Mrs. Lee Bus-. Mrs
J. Belov. Mrs. Amos Benjamin,
Mrs. Emma Burger, Mrs. N. Co-
hen. Mrs. Nal Coulton, Mrs. Ros<
Cutler, Mrs. Bernard Davis, M s
Louis Gillman, Mrs J.-: nie Gor
don. Mrs. Kate Golden, Mrs. A.
Kinkas, Mrs. Ruth Hohauser.
Also Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Mrs
Henry Jacobson, Mrs. Leon Kap-
lan, Mrs. Harriet Kaplan. Mrs
Abraham Kasow, Mrs. Frank
Kline. Mrs. Sylvia Lefcourt. Mrs
Frieda Levine, Mrs. Rose Morse.
Mrs. H. C. Moser, Mrs. Fred Ochs,
Mrs. Al Reisman, Mrs. Ed Saffer.
Mrs. Essie Schaffer, Mrs. David
Sernaker, Mrs. Jack Stone, Mrs
c;. Wasserman, Mrs. Florence
Weiner, and Mrs. M. Weissel.
LEGAL NOTICE
Optometric Association
Focused On Clinic Plans
Members ol the Soul 1
Florida Optometric Association
meeting at the El Comodor hot< 1
ere considering a plan for the
establishment ol a special visual
aid clinic.
The plan was presented by Dr.
A. Friedmai ol Mian i it was
pointed out during the discussion
that similar clinics stafl
maintained by optometrists as
non-profit institutions fulfilled a
great need in mat y communities.
The clinics are open to ind d
uals referred by local
organizations. T e 1 1 vii 1
complete offering eye examina
tions, visual naming and spec-
tacles for abnormal and sun-
normal vision,
1 pi ojeel was 1 cferred to a
special committee ol doctor- by
D' R. R. Bradford, chain:.an.
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You are hereby notified thai an
action for divorce ha. been filed
,,.,, you .ire ini
,i written Appearance peraonnll) or
., torm iHi ''........ ""'
liiovu Ktyled Court, said Appearance
I,..... i i hi 101 h, l4", .iii-I,
nfti to file >.....' written 'I'-
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Ing I.....n pi..... '
l,i Hered .: .i i you.
Haled this 2Sth da) of May, 1941
C B. I.I:A I HERM \N.
Ch rh of Mi.- i nurt.
II) : \V. M. STi K'KINO.
l leputy Clerk.
BURNETT ROTH,
112 Col arm* H
Attn e) for I 'l.i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE is HEREBT OIVDN that
'the understened. deslrlnn to engWJJ In
:ri;i-,-i;ii,l'i::"'';,r.r'.;i;n^
,.....' "f 'VrsnN'M^KrMKK'
VON ZAMFT VON ZAMFT,
i mi..mil- foi Applicant*.
so o ; is
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NOTICE is HEREBY rslVEN thai
. .,,...,._.. ,,i rti Irlns to engage In
iHincas mull r the flctltlo is name n
,,i;!.|\ WIDE IMPORTING EX
il(TIN<: CO., :n ISS6 N Miami Avi
i.,,,,1, Florida, Intends to reKl tei
, in the i'i. "i Hie
... n ,,( I lade Co i it> Florid*
MAURICE C, COHEN
Role i *>. ni-r.
ll.l.IAM I. PAU.OT,
Vitorni V "i Applli nit.
id 23 ja e o is
M ITICE IS Hi REBY GIVEN thai
Hie .....lerslaned -'-'l In hu*l-
. nidi i '' rlrtlll-im II ..... pf
IMPERIAL FRUIT SHIPPERS, 711
\,, :,. Miami Beach, Dads
County, Ploi Ida, ai d Intend t" realatei
Ihe i.iiil fictitious nnme in the "if ce
rierk of tin 'i cull Court of
I., |.. County. Florid* Thai the pel
Interi sted In said b i*ii sh ari
B" r0"BWENJAMIN J MEYERS,
pgtate il"- nl I re tie*,
SARAH MEYERS,
i.;. .. ijj he --.it iretle*.
GEORGE OHERTKI IP,
Mtorm for Applicant.
:, 16-23 SO 6. 6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ii........lerslKiu'd. desiring to encage In
business under the flctitlou* name of
JERRY'S RESTAURANT, :it 2f.fi 12th
-i Miami He h Inn ml '.....-
ild name with tha Clerk M
. ,. (;,, || Com ol i lad* !ount>
Florida,
HENRY W LAWSON
ANNE C LAWSON
SAM SILVER,
.....I
- Bids.
211-5"
Ni iTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I
Al lOLPH BR \MS
- i lies, undei
Ihe ...........f KNU IHT s
I' VCK \rSK STI IRE, at 1601 S W
Street. M I, F
with the
i'i.- Cln uit Co l of P.-ide Ci
Ploridn
XDOl I'll T.T. MIS
LE< SHEINPR. i: i
\--. for \- '
".' -'-. Pe|f|r RMg,
\|| i n Florl la.
. ... .. ,. ,.
Nl i ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
. iiidersii a. Ing to i gage in
1 i: name o
.IIAMI CAMERA MART and THE
; \.M ItA \l VRT. it 7 Washington '
le, Miami Beach, Florida, intend.
i |i t hi Cn
Court of I Wdi i 'o inty, '
This buslni -. formei ly
. ship I" twe i:.. It. Bi nwn,
Ir and -1* l -li 11 A. Hollander, i.- now
d by the undei sinned a.
.win r
ADOLPH A. HOLLANDER
.- \ \. .ii o-1-1:.
Alton y for Applicant.
. 30 6 D 27
ERSIDE
M. B. Bar Association To
Induct 9 New Directors
Included among the nine new
directors of the Miami Bea 'h li i
association to l- inducted next
month arc Albert M. Lehrman,
Jack Rosen. Harry Zukernick,
Montague Rosenberg, Harold P,
9paet and Kenneth Oka. Officers
to be inducted with the new di-
rectors are Ben Cohen, pre
of the Miami Beach Bar associa-
tion; Jack A. Abbott, acting sec-
retary and first vice president,
and David P. Catsman, second
vice president.
A secretary and treasurer of
the group will be elected at the
next meeting of the directors
Members uf the association.
which numbers 100 attorneys.
have voted to close their offices
on Saturdays from June through
September, it has been an-
nounced-
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th I
Ii Igned, d<
.....
' a NT V1N LI'Ni 'HF.i :, nl 212
\- i i |
: : ^ v || 11 I..
of thi i' e Counti
Floi Ida,
PAVE S'\TZ
SAMI'EL mosi-ii
HENRY A STEIN
ISAAC JOFFE,
Utnrni for Applicants
-, 9-18-23 in r, r,
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
desiring: to ei
indei thi tltloui name of
:. >.-1: i ,i. i: in i iv i,. at 6.15 IC I la -
Mis i Bi ch. Intend o, reglstei said
. v. ith the Clerh ol i he i III i uli
.. I .' I pioi
HELEN ciimskY
I'.M'i.iN'i: A.STKHN
.l.l--i:i:i' KREISLEH
\..... for Applicants,
>3 SO 6 I
M&toRIAL CHAPEt
i-7777
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
busli Ihe fictitious name of
i'H i-. ii i.".u-: 111\\ N iiaK i i: v, ,ii
v E 1st \.- lue, Miami, Fla., Inti nda
in r.-i.-i Clerk
if the CI lit Court of 1 lade O
*
ALBERT P\cni:R
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Applicant.
.'-16-23-30 6/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh
the undei gned, desiring to engngi i
, |ni undi r thi lltlous name -
MAGIO PLAKTERIN'I CO., il II
N". I-:. 74th .-'-- t. M in lend
register wild I line with he ''
the C rl ..f Dadi
P la.
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ALPREP KREISI.ER
Attorneys fur Applicants,
vl- Si Iki il Rldg.

AMBULANCE
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Rabbi Joseph v.. Rackovslr\
1520 S W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
With DIGNITY
and RESPECT
. our competent staff is
ready to relieve you of all
the details in your hour of
bereavement.
Ambulance Service
iif.ii:i 5-54
^p710 S W. 12ih AV MIAMI-t
LH 3-343LJ
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE is HERRTIV
HARRY I.ADIM
MEYER l.\|i|\
5/M-S0 6/6-13 20
IN THE COCNTY IIIMIK'S i-,,i-i.-
IN AND FOR BABE roPVnr
FLORIDA. IN PROIIATK '
n.i 193:,;,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN RE: B8TATE IIP IDA BLTK
STEIN, deceased K-
To ALL CREDITORS \\|, ,
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS fmnR
MAN I is AGAINST SAM. KSTVTE-
You, and each of -.....( herein
notified and r......Ired in ,....., '
claims mill demand!- hi, ,, ,.,., '
either of you, may have against" thi
estate of ll>.\ BITKSTI l
late ..f Dade County, Kloi III i i,, ,.,,;
Hon. W. F, Blnnton, c, um, i ,.,.,,.
Dade County, and fill il .
offii-e iii the i'i.uiii :. i-
Dade County, Florida, uithin t)i
calendar monthn i ,,. ._
first publication hereof -i,i rlaimi
or demands to roi l < gB\ ,,,|'.
dress ol the claimant worn
to and presented us afon
will liu barred, See s.. ._. ,.( ,|,(,
[933 Probate Act, an amei
DATED iliW Ith il a, H,
SAMUEL A FL'TKRPAS,
Aa Admlnlsti ati stamento
annexo of ihe I ite ..f liu
Bl'CKSTEIN, ,i.,..,-.,| A
Wll.l.l \.\l I. PALLOT,
Attorney for Adm i-.t.a.,
12H Congress Bldg.
Miami. Flurlila
ii 6-13-20-27
You never know when one or more
of these common ailments may
come along and interfere with your
work or pleasure. So he wise -hav
a plentiful supply of Alka-Sellier
on hand fot the quick relief it ofltra.
Just drop an Alka-Seltztr tablet
or two in a glass of water, let it
(Us, then drink it. No shaking,
no stirring, no trouble at all. At
all drug stores.
When Your Tablets Get Down to 4
That's the Time to Buy Some MORE
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director
Olympic* Building Phone 3-3720
IRVING BUSBERG. Treat
R. W. WILSON. Funerel Director
1850 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
WE OffIC1ALLY KPKSENT
THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN
JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES
Information Clodl, furn.iJW on fteqiinl
SERVINC MIAMI BEACH t MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
IOS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONr Or MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED
MEMORIAL PARKS
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Conurbations: Beth David. Beth JcbtJJi'an"
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Snei &mt.
For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-59M or 9-M34
PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL
SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY"
PHONE 9-2664 E. E. CARTER, Funeral Direc*. ox "A Friend Id Need" WO W. FLAGL
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+JmlslitkrkHam
j^p Women's Division
Culminates Season Plans|
Culminating plam tor anto-
Son ceremony to be h.ld|
juaatr---'di'atthefmai'
lb, meeting Monday evening
f' Bu -ess and Professional
W. division, Miami Chapter
fSssah which took place in
1 YM&WHA. Also selected at
'? Sng were committees for
! JeS National Fund He-
wmedical organization Ch.ld
TSJr* and Youth Ahyah.
WffPoUy Gershon, from the
', and Professional worn-
SJTS Up -child 2f
^Membership chairman. Miss
{ {ferner, extended congratu-
f no to the group for the SU("~
SS *e Sent musica.e staged
Kapbn Hall. Temple UraeL
Jhich resulted in an ^crease
in the group's membership.
'"AhhoUBh activities have been
1Ciallv halted until September.
JJcuttural meetings have been
5\ July a^ August for the
Slnefit oi numbers remaining in
Smi during the summer.
Moe L. Fields New Head
Of Sloane Dry Cleaners
Vj lC i Fields, well-known in
national circles for his innova-
froi and service practices in dry-
deaning and laundering, has been
elected president of J. J Sloane
Inc.. dry cleaners of Miami and
Miami Bea
Formerly of New York, Mr.
Fields has made Miami his perm-
anent home.
Aims of the new president are
to pace thi nsing demand for
dry-cleaning with dependability
and service improvements, and
to incorporate new and tested
ideas in the dry cleaning busi-
ness.
The Sloane's modern plant, lo-
cated at 1820 N. W. 1st ave..
contains penal equipment for
dry cleaning garments separate-
ly, according to type; and giant
pumps for handling fluids at high
speed.
Vice president in charge of
plant operation is Phil P. Frager,
an instructor in dry cleaning at
Dade County Vocational school
in the thn < -year course.
PAGE SEVEN

B,l.
i
H
,i
MRS. NORMAN M. GILLFR
was Installed as newly elected
president of Emma Lazarus
Chap'er. Business and Profes-
sional Women of B'nai B'rith,
at a dinner held Wednesday in
the Steak House, Miami Beach.
'Y' Home Camp Is Still
Receiving Registrations
Mrs. Ben F sen, chairman o<
the Miami "Y" M..... Com
mittee, stal
noss for the
Camp oi. June 23.
All children wh(
: for thi H
be examined on Thursday, Juni
19, at the "Y" buil
With a few Mi
Essen urg< d .^': pel sirinp
to take adv n tagi
"Y" Homi Ca !
children in t the "Y"
Dr. Harold Rand I Staf
of the Medical Division, ai
nounces the appoinlmenl oi I)
tors George Lister and R
Hoe:.kind as me I bei I '
Medical SI
These p 11 examine
children prioi to thei
Home Camp h I ill b oi con
stant call to th thai
the health ol the c Idrcn is ade-
quately guarded.
Jcmet Fay, daughter nf Mr
and Mrs. Jesse Halpern, was
oin May 14 .Evelyn Irene,
ghter oi Mr. and Mrs. Mich-
ael Liebman, arrived May 13
Margaret R daughter of
-lr. and Mrs. Harry Siogel wu<-
>orn My 9 Daniel Lenard.
;on -I Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
-leischman, arrived May 16.
lercme Harold was born May
) to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Liber
nan of 3835 N. W. 12th ave____
ird Jay arrived on May 13
o Mr. and Mrs. Sam Askowitz
). 1337 Euclid ave., Miami
leach Joseph Daniel was
rain on May 14 to Mr. and Mrs.
oseph Szidor of 636 Lenox
*ve. ... A son, Larry, was
ram on May 15 to Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Weiss of 927 Wash
ngton ave.. Miami Beach .
'. daughter, Marcia Lynne, ar-
ved on May 17 to Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Zadan, 745 West
ve Miami Beach William
lichael was born on May 20
to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Israel
N. W. 96th st.
Council Will Consider
Amplified Service Idea
'I i B'nai B'rit Co tm il oi
.: in 1
il olem Lo :
i :30 |>. it was
H ild Tui :.. |
Delegal
oups will u the
ecom ns ol tl e iv wly
inted Council Bu l| Coi
nittee concerning a professional
Executive D.....to O
the i'
nainder ol 1947 w ill \x
ai d a cooi dinal
ill B'na B I
n Dade county i.- planned.
Jinkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washers
Use That Soit City Water for a Whiter Wash
WE SELL SOAP, BLEACH and STARCH
2219 N. W. 28th Street
Telephone 2-7082
Clearance
Sale
Office Furniture
DESKS (All Types)
SWIVEL CHAIRS
STRAIGHT CHAIRS
FILE CABINETS
TYPEWRITER TABLES
$10.00 to S65.00
5.00 to 25.00
7.00 to 15.00
10.00 to 25.00
12.00
FREE DELIVERY
Avery Office Supplies Inc.
55 S. W. First St.
Phone 9-0398
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
1420 Congress Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 3-3658
i'rif
Quality 9ooz
product*
FOOD PRODUCTS
Distributed by the
FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc.
1725 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-6141
BEN ESSEN
Keystone
CONSTRUCTION CO
,-.6 ^ w Miam
Court
PHONE 3-6924
PAINTING
AND
Decorating
INTERIOR and
EXTERIOR
LICENSED and
INSURED
GUARANTEED
WORK ...
...T-LM-orTeo-Mll
,.. ,,, Cheerfully Given
Palestine Pioneer Women
Sponsor Boatride Sunday
A bout ride on the Seminole
Queen is being sponsored Sun-
day. June 8, by the Pioneer Wom-
en'a Organization for Palestine
of Greater Miami. The boat
leaves Pier 3, Miami yacht basin,
at 8 p. in.
Also announced by the group is
an executive board meeting of
new offieers-s lect to be held at
the home of Mrs. Lena Pushkin,
230 S. W. 29th road, on June 10
at 8 p. m. Mrs. Pushkin is presi-
dent-elect. To be discussed are
plans for an installation lunch-
eon, ard a summer project.
Chairman of the boat ride
committi e is Mrs. Pearl Raidman.
: .Mb. MAX FELDMAN is serv-
ing as president of the PTA of
the Beth David congregation.
The installation luncheon look
place Wednesday in the Alca-
zar hotel.
ibi Philip Bernstein, who
eal sei vice as
affairs to the
tary government in
eturning to his con-
gregation in Rochester .
Cancelled to Later Date
The annual installation
meeting of Beth David offi-
cers has been cancelled until
further notice, in deference lo
the bereaved Machtei and Ros-
engarlen families.
Persons who have paid for
reservations are asked to com-
municate wilh Mrs. Max Berg-
man al 3-5837; Mrs. David Ra-
vis al 2-1048; or Mrs. Norman
Jacobs al 2-6893.
The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus
Sponsors Its
Annual Boat Ride
Thursday, June 12th at 8:30 P. M. Sharp
"SEVEN SEAS" PIER 10. MIAMI
DANCING PRIZES FUN
SI.20. including lax
CALL MRS. BIRNBERG AT 3-6705 FOR RESERVATIONS
The Southeastern Terminal
and Steamship Co.
CHARTERED EXPORTING
Imports from Central America
General Office: 28 S. W. 4th Street Phone 3-0816
Accounting Department: 9-2727
NEW PATTERNS
0
NEW TEXTURES
NEW COLORS
A Complete Price Range!
Cool Snug-Fitting, Handsomely Tailored Seat
Covers Carefully Installed by Experts!
Coupes or Front Seat Only $8.95 to $12.50
Sedanettes or Sedans................$13.95 to $19.50
ALL PRICES INCLUDE INSTALLATION!
I'liiiu:
6*^
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101.S.W. 1st STREET
945 FIFTH ST. M. B.
9H,W.nthkVE. .1840 ALTON RD.M.B.
Electrical Appliances for the Home .


m
PAGE EIGHT
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*Jenlst>ntjri(flar
FRIDAY. JUNE 6, 1947
Beach B&P Hadassah
Selects New Leaders
At the regular meeting of the
Miami Beach Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Division of
Hadassah, the following officers
were elected: Lillian Goodman,
piesident; Marguerite Marx, first
vice president; Mildred Krupsaw,
second vice president; Edyth
Fleischer, treasurer; Evelyn
Brown, financial secretary; Edyce
Sharon, corresponding secretary;
Annette Postman, recording sec-
retary; Polly Gershon, parlia-
mentarian.
Installation of officers will be
discussed at the next meeting,
scheduled for Monday, June 9
at the Beach YM&WHA. at 8:30
p. m. Miss Goodman will appoint
chairmen for fund-raising proj-
ects for Hadassah, and formulate
plans for a winter program de-
signed to be as successful as the
past year's, during which the
group's national Hadaasah quota
Wan exceeded.
Obituaries
LADER
Lee l..i.ltT, is. ,.r 1243 S W. Bixth
si., died Tuesda) of ;i i artllae attach
on a |i|aji6 ''" route to New York
whore he Wto to \i~ii ;i heart si>-
clallat. He la aurvlved by his wire,
who accompanied him on u- trip.
llr ivaa manager "f I. Kalfua Co.,
l-.ik.l *' supplli -
New Term Installation Is
Held By DBG Chapter
Installation of new officers took
place Thursday at the Robert
Hay hotel by the DBG Chapter,
rVnai B'rith girls. Ins-tailed by
Mrs. Cairo Goldstein of Galax.
FRIED
Samuel Pried, 88, of 3230 S w Mrd
t.T, died Wednesday. He came here
17 years ago and leaves his wife,
Anne, and a daughter, Mrs Nathan
Fisher, both "f Miami. BervUvs .i>.'
in charge of Palmer ITuneral home.
LEBLANG
IIukIi [x-blang, .':>. "f 200 Collins
ttve., .vii.iiui Beach, died vV'ednesda>
in a local hospital, A residenl hi
for a year, he came from New York
City, where burial is to be ai
throngh Riverside Memorial chapel
Hi- leaves Ins widow, Minnie, and n
brother, Rudolph, both ol M am
I:.-.ill. and ;< daughter, tin
and two si-:- 11 In Ne 1
-.:.-
\
r
SI
B
the officers were: president.
Le Axlrod; vice president,
e Koslin; recording secre-
Edith Krantzow; corre-
iing secretary, Ramon a
itbart; treasurer, Gertrude
garman, and sergeant-at-arms,
Pi arl Kaplan.
The group is holding a theatre
party June 13 through June' 18
at the Capitol Theatre. Tickets
may be obtained from DBG mem-
bers.
f DEPENDABLE
;dry cleaning
Clothing is a very
costly item in your
budget today. The
clothing dollar can go
farther when you
have your garments
cleaned by J. J.
Sloane, Cleaners.
At Sloane's, fine gar-
ments receive the de-
tailed care they need
to look belter for
longer periods.
Phone 9-2818
1820 N. W. 1st Ave.
*J.J.C
evOpLOANE.
JACOBS
Irving .1.....bs, 13, :-'-' Drexel ave ,
;i Miami Bi aoh n ildenl for thi
: u v ,,( is who i ate i N
York, his wife, Hilda: lhr< II."
v. v, Bobb) and A
brother, Harry, of Ml m i -' 1t
w hi be held H md ij ai I M i
i !,. iieai h Memorial rhopi I, nh In-
terment In -Mi Sinai cemeterj
HAMMERSTEIN
Mrs. l-I.-i i Hammersteln,
Detroit, who resided for the past
months at 312 Jefferson ave .
died Tuesday. She survived bj hei
hasb md, i Sldlay, and t li r. s u
a daughter, The body was sent to
yi deceased's home, l>etrolt. bj
Riverside Memoi lal i hapel foi si
> ii and Interment.
SCHULMAN
Wriliiun Rchulman, 54. of 2S Wash-
ington ave., died In ;i local hospital
:.,\ He i~ survived b) his
a r j. anni Punei sei l< es and
i,iiiml ill i.ike plat In Ni a y..ik.
ABRAMSKY
Harry Ahrumshy, 60, n winter visi-
tor i. Miami Beach for several years
,,f 1416 Euclid ave., died Thursday
Survivors are his wife, Gussle; two
sons, Kriw-n, and Louis, and a daugh-
ter, Mra. Theresa Reish. The body
waa sent by Riverside Memorial
chapel to New York for services and
burial.
KAHN
Mrs. Prances Kahn, 89, of 2366
s W. Sixth st., died Friday. She
earns here 20 years '~" from New
York and is survived bj her husband,
Joseph; a son, Fred Kahn, New York,
ami a sister, Mrs, Raj Mendelson,
HANDMAN
Harry Handmon, 65, of 927 Euclid
iv. Miami Bea< h, died Friday, He
was .i t.uN.i- and came here two years
ago from Broeklyn. (Surviving here
are his wifi-. Mrs Minnie Manilinan,
and a son. Mitchell The bodj nrai
Bent to Ww York by ih- EUveraldu
Memoi lal i hap* I
, JAMES
Nathan .1 1111 s. IL'l C .inns ave Mi-
ami Bench, (II ,l Sill in la) In i. nos
|>ltal. II. IS -ui \ i\.-,l bj his wife,
Mrs Fannli .1. 1 :i son. Ser-
\ Lees were h rlil In 111,- Riverside
ehai> 1.
KOERNER
Mis i-'.u .,. Koei i i. :. ai.-,i Sal ui
day in her home, :'::i N. W, Third si
She and her husband, Isidore, operati
the Manhattan Dress Shop ai 236 N
Miami ave Also surviving are three
brothers and one slstei Gordon Fu-
neral Mom,- Bent ili remains t" New
York.
BERKOWITZ
Kalman Berkowits, BO, retired talloi
..f IM24 s w 2oth si died in a hos-
pital Wednesday. His bod) has been
I sent by the Bench Memorial chapel to
Mi Ki sport, II for Inn nil. Sui vl\
ore are his three daughters, Helen,
Pearl and Belle, and a son, Ben, all
of Miami
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MRS. MAXINE REINHARD
was elected president of Rose
chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, at
a recent meeting. She and the
new officers were installed
Tuesday at the Alcaxax hotel.
President and Board Of
JCRS Are Installed
Mrs. William Levine, newly
rlrrted president of the Jewish
Consumptive Relief Society, and
her executive board were install-
ed at a luncheon at the Shelborne
hotel on June 5. Officiating at
the ceremonies, final group even:
until Sept. 8. were Rabbi and Mrs.
living Lchrman. Chairman of
the installation was Mrs. Mauiey
Poncher, A musical program was
offered by Miss Ruth Brotman,
soprano, accompanied by Anyuta
Melicov.
A fund-raising project for the
summer is under the chairman-
ship of Miss Shirley Twergo, who
can be reached at 5-9-124.
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Meat and Delicatessen
Market Managed By Vets
Bob Pierce and Barney Fisher
will shortly open the B&B Kosher
Meat and Delicatessen Market,
located at 804 S. W. 22nd ave.
The market will specialize in
fresh dressed poultry, high-grade
western meats, New York deli-
catessen and appetizers, and hot
corrod beef and pastrami.
Mr. Pierce and Mr. Fisher are
both veterans of long V,,S,.H
Army campaigns. This is ,,.
first business venture after four
and a half years in service. They
have applied for supervision and
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rBlDAY, JUNE 6, 1947
Henry Jacobson Credited
With Top Drive Pledges
Approximately one-fourth of
the $140,000 in solicitations to
dale in the Miami "Y" special
building drive has been secured
by Henry Jacobson, a survey
yesterday revealed.
Mr Jacobson, chairman of the
jrive is credited with obtaining
MS 000 toward the completion
Miami "Y" building. A
Lmber of its board of directors
L president of Stylecraft Bag
furp manufacturing plant, he
mi re-elected for a three-year
term in 1947. Under his leadership
chairman of the 1946 member-
ship com in it tee, it has been re-
corded also that more money
was raised for membership dues
than in any preceding year
At the moment, he is bending
all his efforts to a successful
conclusion of the special drive.
Construction Started On
Talmud Torah Building
Construction has started on the
new building to house the Greater
Miami Hebrew School and Junior
Congregation, it was announced
bv Milton Weiner, chairman of
the building committee, who
stated the expectation that it
would be ready for worship for
the High Holidays.
Calculated expressly to pro-
mote the education of Jewish
children, the congregation was
organized about three years ago
and has been conducting Hebrew
thool classes. Sunday school in-
struction and regular Sabbath
services, the latter at the home
d Rabbi Simon April.
The structure at the corner of
S.W. 12th ave. and 11th st., esti-
nated to cost $45,000, will con-
tain a large air-cooled audi-
torium, seven classrooms, ample
kitchen facilities and landscaped
patios for indoor and outdoor
functions.
A special educational feature
corporated in the group's plans
sthe conductinu of regular Sab-
hath services by the children
Ikemselves.
Ground was broken in April,
I it a ceremony participated in by
[Dr. Janus H Kaplan, rabbi
aneritus of Ten.pie Israel, Rabbi
I Aaron Kalian of Brooklyn, and
"hi April, .spiritual leader of
Ifc Greater Miami Hebrew
School and Junior Congregation.
Ifc president and vice president
N the junior congregation are
award Siegel and Murray Shear.
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Junior League of Center
To Hold Its First Dance
The Junior League of the Mi-
ami Beach Community Center,
which holds open meetings on
Monday evenings at the Center,
announces that its first summer
dance will take place at the
Royal Palm hotel on June 7 at
9 p. m.
Music will be furnished by
Rudy Baum and his band. Ad-
mission has been set at 50 cents.
In charge of arrangements are
Sol Pascul, Marty Goldberg and
Selma Lewis. Other Junior
League members assisting with
the details are Gil Godley and
Shirley Pardo, refreshments;
Leon Cooper and Marty Gold-
berg, tickets; Howie Levine and
Norma Raskin, door committee;
Selma Lewis and Shirley Pardo,
publicity.
The Junior League consists of
men and women between the
ages of 18 and 30 who are inter-
ested in social and cultural ses-
sions. Contemplated activities of
the group include assistance to
Junior groups and the Sunday-
School, participation in services
and in social programs. Interested
persons are invited to attend
meetings of the Junior League
held at the Miami Beach Com-
munity Center, 1415 Euclid ave.
at 8 p. m.
+Je*isMcridirr>
Mrs. Belov Is Awarded
Hadassah Certificate
hon,!rrking the firSt time th*
honor was conferred upon a
JnT Rr,f th! Miami SrouP. Mrs.
Joel Belov, honorary president,
W Presented with a Golden Cer-
tificate in testimony of her lead-
ership at a luncheon of the
rac[ ^mi Hadassah Central
rin u ? *? Monday In the Robert
v-lay hotel.
Installing officer for the Miami
group was Mrs. Max Dobrin
president of the Greater Miami
Hadassah Central board. Guest
speaker was Jack Burris, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Zionist
Organization, whose address
stressed the urgency of unity to-
day among all Zionist adherents.
Mrs. Maurice Grossman acted
as mistress of ceremonies, pre-
senting Miss Ruth Wolkowsky,
well-known musician. Annual
report of the year's Hadassah
achievements was summarized by
Mrs Joseph S. Carp, re-elected
president.
Members of the executive board
seated with Mrs. Carp were Mrs.
David Sernaker, first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Frank Kline, second
vice president; Mrs. Hyman C
Moser, third vice president; Mrs.
Fred Ochs, corresponding and
telephone secretary; Mrs. Irving
Genet, recording secretary; Mrs"
Sidney Lefcourt, treasurer; Mrs.
Rae Frome, financial secretary.
Serving on the board of direc-
tors are Mrs. Jack Fishman, Mrs.
Ida Hartz, Mrs. Moe Feingold,
Mrs. Leo Hohauser, Mrs. Harold
Van Dam, Mrs. Herman Garden,
Mrs. Sam Furkin, Mrs. Gloria
Myers, Mrs. Albert Ladd, Mrs.
Harry Minkoff, Mrs. Burnett
Roth, Mrs. Sylvia Fund, Mrs. j
Nathan Feika, Mrs. Murray
Grauer, Mrs. Simon April, Mrs.
Bernard A. Sterling, Mrs. Louis
Kotkin. Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs.
Morris Weinberg, Mrs. Max Sha-
piro, Mrs. Victor Mell, Mrs.
Harold Cohen, Mrs. Jack H.
Schieff, Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs.
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs.
Martin Tower, Mrs. Benjamin
Levitin, Mrs. Louis Rubin. Miss
Ada Aneckstein, Mrs. Sol Roven.
Representing the Miami group
on the Central board of the
Greater Miami chapter are Mrs.
Joseph S. Carp, Mrs. Joel Belov,
Mrs. Victor Mell, Mrs. Maurice
Grossman, Mrs. Fred Ochs, Mrs.
Frank Kline and Mrs. Jack Fish-
man.
PAGE NINE
THESE ARE the boys and girls in charge of Beth David's
Father's Day Breakfast. Seated (left to right) are Jerry Streit,
Estelle Greenberg, Fred Scher, chairman; Kenneth Myers,
Judy Myers. Standing (left to right) are Stuart Lubltz, Charles
Rosenblitt, Jerry Schulman. Bobby Shevin and Jimmy Gordon.
JWV State Convention
To Take Place June 15
The Norman Bruce Brown Post
174 of Miami and the Miami Beach
Post 330 of Jewish War Veterans
will act as co-hosts to the annual
state convention of Jewish War
Veterans scheduled to run a one-
day session on June 15.
The convention will be held in
the Elks' lodge on the Beach.
Guest speakers and the complete
program of events are to be an-
nounced later. Commander of
the Norman Bruce Brown Post is
Nat Brown, with Harry Adams
commander of the Beach Post.
S. J. FREEDMAN
HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collins 4 Wain. Avei.
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogues and Prirate Use.
Also for Hebrew Schools.
Telephone 5-1017
CORRECTION
The wedding of Miss Adele
Irma Stone to George Bernstein
was reported erroneously in last
week's issue of The Jewish Flor-
idian as taking place on June 2.
The corrected date is June 22, at
the Shelborne hotel. The double
ring ceremony will be performed
by Rabbi Simon April. Included
in the list of bridesmaids are Miss
Sara Rose Schwartz and Miss
Ceil Levinson.
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Phone 78-2346
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PAGE TEN
*Jewistfk>rldk*n
FRIDAY, JUNE G. 1947
MR. AND MRS. DAVID KOCH, proud grandparents d Miami
Beach, hold baby grandsons, born the same day. May 17.
?he babies' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaplan-fte Koch
daughter-and Mr. and Mrs. Hymen Koch G^paKoch
is holding Jonathan Perry Kaplan: Mrs. Koch is holdmg her
son's child. Randolph Stuart Koch.
Rose Chapter BB Women
Seats Its New Officers
Electioi I at 1
ng of I ;'; B'nth
W td in I wing
sclent. Mrs Maxine
Sylvia Reii

Mis
Mrs.
Greenfield, and Miss
\\ I Dies
SamS '
'. I
Tues-
TOP SOIL
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MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
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Simon Wolf to Star In
Yiddish Classical Hour
A new .! vish radio pr igram ol
folk I liturgical mush
.:. ed bj Morris Nasatir over
WINZ. will present a special
"Under the Table." wi itti n
and acted by Sim..n \v..lf Mr.
3 .-: II kn An New V u k
r and playwright.
X gram, second in a
v ; : hours planned
,: is carried by
WINZ on Sundays from 12
k noon to 1 p.m. Mr. Nasa-
in the Yiddish
is a member of th< Hi -
\ tors' Union and until r< -
cently was the union's executive
tary. In 1926 he established
the Los Angeles Yiddish theatre.
and aame to Miami two years ago
Miss Dorothy Rader and Miss
Norma Jane Hannah were an-
nounced the winners in the new
membership contest launched
by the Emma Lazarus chapter.
B'nai B'rith Women, and sus-
tained during the past year.
Gifts awarded as prizes were
an amber carry-all and an
alligator and gold compact.
Collins Transport & Trading, Inc.
Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space
For Warehousing and Storage
Rail Sidings Pool Car Distribution
Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldg. 8, Municipal Docks
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RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH
JACOB 301-311 Washington ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday evening services at 6:00.
Adult Saturday morning service
at 830 Junior congregation, un-
der the leadership of Mr. Max
Bcrtman of the faculty, will
meet jointly with the adult con-
lon. Mincha at 6:45 fol-
lowed bv Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Daily school
from 3:30 to 6:30.
BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
Friday Mincha. 6:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Maariv. Saturday ser-
830 a.m. Saturday at 5
p.m. Mincha at 6. followed by
Shalos S'udos. Daily services
7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray
Grauer.
Kabolas Shabbos, 6:30 p.m.
Services Saturday, 8:30 a.m. Stu-
dent services. 10 a.m. Mincha at
6 p.m., followed by Shale* S'udos.
Rabbi Grauer will preach on the
"Portion of the Week." Daily
services at 6:45 and 8 a.m., and
6:45 p.m.
Registration for the summer
s, -s:on in the religious school
commence Monday, June 9, at 9
a.m. The summer schedule of
sses will run Monday through
Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
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CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DA-
VID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches.
Services Friday at 6:30 p.m. ami
1 Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m.
Student services at 10:36 a.m.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrinf.
Kabalos Shabbas service, 6:30
p.m. Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor
Qoldring will officiate. Saturday
service, 9 a.m. Junior congrega-
tion service, 10 a.m. Daily ser-
vices 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Daily-
religious school 3:30 to 6:30 p. m.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr.
Max Kaufman, rabbi and execu-
tive director.
Services Friday. 8:15 p.m. and
Saturday morning at 10.
CHECKING TICKET sales for the Seventh Annual Sweetheart
Dance of Miami Chapter 322. A.Z.A.. are these four of the
five candidates nominated for the title of Sweetheart. From
left to right they are Rosalee Zalken, Margie Miller, Sandra
Stein and Lois Mondres. Not pictured is Sheila Ludwig.
Winner of the Sweetheart title will be announced at the
group's dance to be held at the Alcazar Roof Saturday eve-
ning. June 14._______________________________________
All Jewish adult males in
St. Augustine are members of
the Z.O.A., according to a re-
port from St. Augustine which
has just been filed by Israel
Feiden, district president.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM.
4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can .or Sam
uel Kelemer.
Friday evening services. 8:15
p.m.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E.
19th st.. Miami. Rabbi Colman
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lan, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening at 8:15, regular
Sabbath evening services.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 S.
Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdal*.
Rabbi David Raab.
Friday evening. June 6. at 8
p.m.. a special Temple Family
Service will be held. Rabbi David
Raab will conduct the service
and preach the sermon on "The
Jewish Family." Everne Waskow
of the Religious School will light
the Sabbath candles and Jules
Ben Silverman will recite the
Kiddush. All parents and their
children are invited to attend.
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Confir
Held
1947
irmation Services
By Beth Sholom
10 flnt confirmation services
v Lin the new home of Temple
ft Shol.m took plaee Shavuos
*liS Sunday. May 25. for 16
^J^tporidfiar?
PAGE ELEVEN
jTand girl" wh0 had com"
nttcd the prescribed course in
l religious school.
The service was conducted by
J ch.id.en, with various mem-
EU o! the class presenting MT-
^Hes on the theme. "The
iSSft the Book." and the en-
ure class participating in a mu-
Kl SntaU "What is Torah?"
Reeled by Cantor Samuel Kele-
5 snd Organist Herman Fried.
following the recitation of the
Conf.rmat.on Pledge, the chil-
dren were individually blessed by
Hahbi Len Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
Mrs Leon J. Ell, chairman of the
Uool board, presented the con-
[.rmants. In the absence of
Harrv Coinblum. Samuel Lacn-
man"tendered the certificates of
confirmation. Each confirmant
was presented, on behalf of the*8
Sisterhood, with a gold-inscribed
white leather covered Bible by
the president of the Sisterhood.
Ur& Alexander Kogan.
Concluding the service, a re-
ception in the patio was held by
the parents.
Herbert Silver Receives
U. of M. Master's Degree
Herbert Silver of 950 Jefferson
ave., Miami Beach, has been
panted the degree of Master of
Education rom the University of
Miami. Mr. Sil-
ver will re-
sume his teach-
ing post in the
fall at the
South Beach
E 1 c m e n -
tary school.
With his
wife, the for-
mer Belle Sie-
gel, active in
teaching and
organizational groups, Mr. Silver
will operate Camp Osceola for
They left for Hcndersonville on
They left for Hendesonville on
June 5.
Mr. Silver was commended for
outstanding service when he
served aboard the USS Currant
in the Pacific theatre. Prior to
war service, he taught in the
Baltimore public schools, having
been graduated from the Mary-
land State Teachers College at
Towson. and the University of
Maryland. He is now a lieutenant
(senior grade) on inactive duty in
the Naval Reserve.
Standing-Mrs. Leon I. Ell. Leona Golden. Elaine Schwarte-
man. Arhne Skobel, Harriet Ginsburg. Rhoda Granat. Rabbi
Leon Kronish. Gwynneth Wagner, Carol Fenias. Hilary Rott.
Hebrew Medical Journal
Publishes Spring Issue
Phylisf Schermer, Roslyn Solosko, Beverly Sherman. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer. SeatedStanley Elsener. Arnold Strauss
Marvin Goodman. Stanley Arkin.
Commemorating its 20th anni-
versary, the Spring issue of Har-
ofe Haivri (the Hebrew Medical
Journal), edited by Dr. Moses
Einhorn, details the growth of
the periodical and its founders'
beliefs in a Hebrew medical pub-
lication for the advancement ef
Hebrew medical literature.
Also included in the Spring
contents are a treatise on medical
ethics by Dr. Z. Muntner, and
Hebrew medical terminology.
The articles are summarized in
English to make their facts avail-
able to those unable to read He-
brew.
The Greater Miami Jewish
Folk Chorus will hold its an-
nual boat ride on Thursday,
June 12. on the boat Seven
Seas, scheduled to leave Pier
10. Miami, at 8:30 p.m.
i DEBBS Installation Of
Officers Takes Place
The DEBBS chapter, B'nai
B'rith Young Women, recently
held its installation of officers at
isert musical, with Mrs. Tcna
Katz of B'nai B'rith Women of-
ficiating. Officers installed were
Dolly Fishbein. president: Trudi
Lach, first vice president; Elea-
nor Quartin, second vice presi-
dent; Roslyn Morris, recording
secretary; Paula Lach, corre-
sponding secretary; Thelma Rap-
paport, treasurer; Florence Fctri-
man, sergeant at arms; Adeh:
Ziff. parliamentarian, and Ber-
nice Badanes. counsellor.
Board members installed in-
cluded Sonny Comander, Beverly
Koch. Irene .1 aco bs Shirley
Venet, Jean Neve! and Charlotte
Sandier.
Guest speakers at the function
were Charles Jacobson of B'nai
: B'rith, who gave a musical talk,
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FRIDAY. JUNE 6,
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Campaign Roundup On
For Beth David Workers
A "Campaign Round Up
Breakfast"' for all workers in the
current campaign for funds being
conducted by the Beth David
Congregation has been called for
Sunday morning, June 8. at 9
a.m. at the Robert Clay hotel, it
was announced yesterday by
Harry Markowitz, campaign
chairman.
"We have reached that point in
our drive where it becomes neces-
sary to take stock of our status
and to make plans for the cam-
paign wind-up." Mr. Markowitz
said. The present phase of the
campaign is slated to end July 1.
Mr. Markowitz stressed that the
synagogue is in great need of new
fa ilities. "1 am happy to not*
the interest on the part of the
nmunity," he said, "in regard
to plans for our new synaj
Upon its completion, we will have
an outstanding edifice which will
be a credit to this sectiontpf '-he
country."
David Brown is treasurer
the campaign committee, and vin.
chairmen are Sam Weissel S
Spector, Stanley C. Myers. Max
S rartz, Bon Markowitz and Wil-
liam Shn
Jewish Musical Hour To
Celebrate Radio "Life"
Jacob Schacter will present the
Jewish Musical Hour over WBAY
in the form of a celebration
br >aocast this Sunday at 10 a.m.
in ''.servance of his 18th pro-
Marking the word "Eight-
eei which carries the Hi
e "Chay" for "Life." Mr.
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Lobele Waldman
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am will be Molly Picon
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