The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAYTiUNE
20, 1047
y. N. Special Group
Begins Investigation
if m
ins heard.
H,e g -. .'. S refusal to
.npear at '' hearing was
Lvealcd by Judge Emil Sand-
itoem. ch ,f the commit-
Le ai his conference.
More than 50 reporters, repre-
senting the | of the world,
Lked rep why a session
Bwhich objective facts were to
he present be held in
Itair.era. Sandsti iem replied that
lie Palestine government has so
Mquested.
Asked furthi why the com-
Ettee had ac i ded to the re-
Iquest, the n repliedob-
mbarrassment
i government
I refused to it the material
ne correspond-
Ill asked "to what extent will
rnment deter-
:..- i of the com-
luif.ee." Sand n replied with
touch .. that "the Pal-
[Btiiieg v not govern-
m the ai if this com-
[uttee."
The Arab Monday to
I'-" aval of the
puttee without inci-
te A n from the ex-
liufti of Jeru :i. read in all
laosquej. the country's
lArabs to n ranks and
FIhuc:ju all infringe-
psti n hts."
ttee held its
VMCA build-
and members
Ptksecn vere subjected
;;r ity check. The
EM i d te, Konstanti
I""1"011 : yet arrived, and
l**as:,: | by Dr. Jhose
\\*?1 ite Yugoslav
legate. The committee an-
[nced :h:,t Jul) 5 had been set
-ubmission
l*ntten : ,,s by organi.
pw>nsancl individuals.
JX* '"' were not ex"
E!1 "n"1 '" : week because
k:, : begin tour-
Wftles;;ne : ; |ay- Thev
PWtaowhow many days will
i but they
alem nightly.
Agency Rejects
Bi-National State Offer
JERVS
lit! ....

JERUSALEM (1TA)The United Nations Special Committee /or the
^Palestine this week began its work here by hearing repre- /
natives of the Palestine government, who submitted a volum- Mod .;
aous file of facts and figures on the situation in this country.
The committee heard the official representatives under a
tual ultimatum from the government, which said that it would
jubmit its information at a closed session or not at all. The
qovernment's stand was attacked by the press and the Jewish'
Aqency, the latter body protesting the failure of the committee
to have an agency representative present when the government
mittee's headquarti
Four members of the J.
Agency executive are scheduled
to be heard by the comm
The text of the agem
randum to be submit!
committee will d I
ably from the one sub-
year to the Anglo-American in-
quiry committee, While the lat-
ter did not contain an)
of the- mandatory p iwer, the
present memorand i
British government with f
to implement the provisions of
the mandate.
The agency sp iki m in
David Ben Gurion and
Shertok, testifying on the politi-
cal aspect of the problem and
Eliezer Kaplan and Dr.
Bernstein on the as-
pects. The reli| ., s ui
the Palestine Jewish community
will be presented by a 11
tive of the Chief Rabbinate, whil<
speakers for the Jew '.
council will n educa-
tional and municipal m
Representatives of Di Magnes'
[child group, which
nationalism, and of the A
Israel will also testify.
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Green, A.F.L, Justice Roberts
Give Support To Stratton Bill
Pk arc
w v- to the countrv-
com,,;,:,,!, uhlic hear-
fSL u at *e ymca
! ""twhu-h will be th
ie com-
Hi Roth Elected
P*l IWV Head
EtaliiV Miaml attorney,
^ 1 department
ETJ Mda Jewish
hi
club. H.
KeJ' ne-day con-
E?uield1'1 Mi Beach
first World
hold this posi-
|^'r.,:: a e Frank Von
: vice com-
taE S G^dman,
'ud8e advocate.

Be
urg;
inch,,.
1 Abe Adar, St.
Jrank Busky. Jack-
fS!ce-0bbie ""-nthal.
*.;,,. ,., installed
SSSf
mayor of
Group to Sponsor
Ten 'Pop' Concerts
Miami Beach "Pop" Con
sociatii .ii. Leo Ei ensti
man, is announcing ies of
ten Satui lay > ncerts
beginning June 28.
The Unive itj I M Con-
cert orchestra with guest
ductors and sol ill be fea-
tured throughout the seas >n
certs will be held at thi E
park bandshell at 8:30 p
First eorvert will be undi
baton of .Modesto All an
have Robert d .r.\ ford
as soloist. He will f
tions by George Gershwin,
Conductors I
the series will inclu le R
Crawford. Gerard Haft and
quin Nin-Culmell. S
include Cecilia Deuenas, s ;
Sarah Folwell, soprano;
Mayer, pianist; Ai I
tenor; J taquin Nin-Culmell
ist; Bela Urban,
Jean Bedetti, 'cellist.

Zionist Youth Groups
To Meet In Jacksonville
Jacksonville (Fla ) Zi
ready to receive s me 150
Judeans from the six S
states comprising the I
will attend the 26th annual
clave from June 22-25,
Highlights of the fou
vention will include such events
as Palestinian choral ...
swimming. Softball.
contest, trai k m et, boi
socials, camp day, weinei
business sessions, insti-
tute, round table discussions, a
final banquet and dance, and ..
day at the beach.
r.< sent for the annual i *
(Continued on page 4)
i
Jewish .,,,
e /;.

oromitl
9 need l

the
W I suggest i
.
1
cated
I con-
' to :, m the
ne quest
Arms Factory
Dynamited
By Underground
Admission Of DP's
Won't Affect Labor
WASHINGTON (JTA) Wil-
iam Green, president of the
IV. An explosion be- American Federation of Labor,
1 to have been ''"' former Supreme Court Jus-
.' Jewish underground '"'' Owen J. Roberts strongly
a clandestine aims fac- u'cl tnc Stratton bill, pro-
,. a -pel viding for the admittance to the
tment bouse Wednesday United States of 400,000 DP's over
to the discovery of a four-year period, at hearings on
I bl iw up British head- 'he measure by the House sub-
committee on immigration.
mists i The AFL president urged that
tunnel from the cellar the U. S. take the lead in "opening
lead- its doors to the displaced persons,
1 where more unless we are to make a mockery
s and soldiers are of the principles for which we
They planned to dig (ought in World War II." He
al iut five yards
id, pack it with
di building.
said that even if the entire cur-
rent quotas and all unused quotas
from the war years set aside for
the DP's from each country, this
would be far less than necessary
for the refugee groups. "It is
obvious tiiat if we are to offer
sanctuary to the displaced refu-
gees of Europe, we must enact
emergency legislation which will
temporarily waive the present
Federation Committees
Selected By Directors
ganizations, the
; i Federa- d nt that
'"n t last 1 being made of overlap-j quota restrictions," he added.
and bu meetings and Green was questioned closely
0f journals l,v Rep. Ed Gossett, Texas Demo-
n of ads to raise
funds and the establishment of a
sonnel pi actice govern-
nship between the Jew-
employees.
Du. tier Federation
> on a personnel
nizatioi ire time and I the whole 400,000 could be ad-
p es including mitted in one year without af-
Y ues and Bureau of fecting the employment situa-
. authorized by tion. He stressed that there are
ttee, finding a number of nurses, doctors and
:.. ;u quarters for Fed- agricultural workers among the
on special Fed- DP's who could fill our urgent
n.> problems and manpower shortages in these
.inn:.
Ad
point' I by J
Klass, ixi. uti

crat, on the possible detrimental
effect that the immigration of
100.000 persons a year would
have on the unemployment prob-
lem. The AFL leader replied
that it would have such little ef-
fect, in view of the fact that over
half those entering would be
i and children, and that
J
.',
I
I
I
K -
: lei
.
f 1
I
the 1948 Federation
hi
ttee, guiding
Jack Ablln,
I! u V|>l<\ Sam 1 Hank, Shepard
II.
; ... i; i r, > -
tinued on Page 4)
fields, but urged safeguards to
prevent their exploitation as a
source of cheap labor.
The president of the American
ition of Labor touched up-
on the situation of the Jews in
Europe.
Hebrew Academy Gets Properly
. i i u

i
ave.

i

.
ication
i

David "
lent : thi ......

fanu
mmunity.
ml) envis
iture
., we instruct our yoi
boys
,r elementary school
age an '" m
ditions of our pi
in the academy,"
motivated
and that is to
... i' generation an
ynthesis winch will
SUp( rior secular
a ith a pi ogressive and
rew educ.....in. As
. luca-
planning courses
and thi fine arts and
. hich can-
ttei and
.. .v rk an citizens.
uiowledged educat-
meas-
.......i ol a finely
... .. ated program
An tion is being
, h will completel)
building pur-
and which wUl
.. the necessary facilities
,. n and up-to-date
ilishment.
facilities will be an
. which will seat 'MO,
.....n. kitchen facilities,
up-to-date library, infirmary,
air) classrooms, lounge
.:, outdoor athletic field, and
atures oJ a modern
uonai institution. The ar-
, ts in charge of the rehabili-
tation and design of the building
ne Sternfeld and Channing.
Enrollment is in progress for
loys and girls of elementary
school age as well as for kinder-
garten groups for children from
J to li. The school will provide
tunches for all children, as well
,s transportation to and from the
school. School classes will begin
Sept. 8.
Among those who are helping
in the sponsorship of the acad-
emy are Samuel Grundwei g,
.Mitchell Reiner, Samuel Rein-
iiart. Isidor Goldberg. Joseph
Rose, Aaron Lauer, Louis Miller,
A. M. Bear, Louis Lobel, Benja-
min Sherry, Benjamin Appel, Dr.
iiwin Makovsky, Jacob Cohen,
A. M. Levitt, Kalman Luria,
Samuel Schachno, Joseph Rosenz-
.veig and Ira Roseiuweig and
many others. Among the rabbis
.vho are endorsing this project
are Irving Lehrman, Moses Mes-
,-heloi'i', Joseph Rackovsky, Mur-
ray Qrauer, Max Shapiro and
Leon Kronish.
Attorneys who cooperated in
the various matters connected
with the purchase of the new
academy were Herman Berk,
Martin Genet and Morris Rosen-
berg.


PAGE TWO
*Jenist fhrid&n
FRIDAY. JUNE 20. l947


Personally Speaking
Mr and Mrs. H. H. Miller and their son- Louis, have moved
from their Miami residence to the Tower hotel. Miami Beach,
for the summer. ^
Dr and Mrs. Milton Ttcener of Tarzana Calif., will be
honored oy an open house a, the home of ^W**
Joseph Traeqer, when '.her arrive here about Jul> xor
5SPwlm their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Traeger, 753
N. W. 22nd ct.
Mr and Mrs. Walter Kovner and son Jeffrey have l^JJ^'va
Corpus Christ, Texas, where they will spend about 10 days
with Mr. Kovner's parents. ^ ^
Mr and Mrs. Max Be:'man of 1441 S; W. Fifth St.left
Nov. 1.
a.\=5M?wtttftt
week for Derby. Conn. and^New York.
Mr and Mrs. Meyer Forer have moved into their new
home at 1610 S. W. 20th st.^
Miss Jane Lenore Rich, "daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manny
Rich^Ts/o Jefferson ave., M. >ch, has left for Washmg-
fnn P C and New York, where she will visit friends. Miss
R?ckhaf just been graduated from Miami Beach High school.
M:ss Mimsye Seiden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Se'den 441 Nautilus dr.. Miami Beach, has left for Phila-
delphia and New York for a visit. She will join her grand-
pa ens. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield in Dixville Notch
New Hampshire. A June graduate of Miami Beach High
school, she will enter the University of Miami this fall.
Mrs Etta W. LeVine will -leave Miami for Chicago next
week where she will join her daughter Nata ie. who is a
student at the University of Chicago. Mrs_ LeVine plansito
make her permanent home in Chicago and while there will
live at the 'Fairfax hotel.

..... ;, :: and Mrs. Nat Pollack, 1612 Michigan ave.,
V a : Beach, are Mrs. Pollack's sisters. Mrs. K. Lear of Chatta-
roc ......and Mrs. M. Klavner of Cincinnati. Ohio.

Dr. ana Mi 1 Rand. 115 Second ter., Rivo Alto Island.
have just returned from a two-weeks' trip in the North, wmie
there Dr. ited hospitals and clinics in Philadelphia
end attended the Centennial American Medical convention in
Atlantic City. N. J., where he took in allergy meetings ana
meetings of the American Heart association. Dr. and Mrs.
Rand also attended the wedding of Mrs. Rand s brother. Lloyd
Goodman, in New York City.

Paul Silverman. son of Mrs. Jean Silverman. 1923 S. W. 23rd
ter has left for New York, where he expects to spend the
summer. He is a student at the University of Miami, where
he is a cheerleader and is connected with the drama depart-
ment.

Charlotte Blumberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blum-
berg, 1285 S. W. 19th ter., Miami, will leave shortly for a few
days' visit in New York, after which she will go on to Wortsboro,
N. Y., where she will be a counsellor at Camp Lakota.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein, 1530 S. W. Fifth St., have1
just returned from a seven-weeks' stay in New York, where]
they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. I.
Weinkle, and new qranddaughter. Amelia.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Sootin, 230 N. W. Second ave., will leave
for New York on June 25 on an extended trip.
Mrs. F. C. Weintrub, 1059 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, and
daughter, Betty A., will leave tomorrow for an extended trip
throuqh the state of Tennessee.
Miss Josephine Esther Berman, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Ber-
man, 74 N. E. 69th st. Miami, has been accepted for admission
to Camp Sharon in Buchanan, Mich., a Hebrew-speaking sum-
mer center of the College of Jewish Studies in Chicago. She
will attend the camp from June 30 to Aug. 25.

Miss Rita Ruth Belov, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Belov,
27 Veragua ave.- Coral Gables, left Tuesday for Philadelphia,
where she will attend the wedding of her cousin. She wfll then
go on to New York, where she will attend summer school at
Columbia university.
Miss Belov is a student at the University of Miami, where
she was awarded the Lead and Ink, honorary journalism fra-
ternity, award for being the most outstanding freshman engaged
in journalistic work. She was also named to the freshman
honors list and to the dean's list.
George Adler is in Jackson Memorial hospital where he is
convalescing from a recent operation.
Mrs. Frank Gldzer, 852 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, is leav-
ing today for New York, where she v/ill attend the wedding of
her cousin, Dorothy Roth, and the graduation of her nephew,
Floyd Glinert. She will then go to Chicago. Mrs. Glazer plans
to be away for about a month.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, 512 S. W. 21st ave., and children,
Kenneth and Judy, will leave tomorrow to spend their summer
vacation at the Copake Country club in Craryville. N. Y. Mr.
Myers will join them in August.
ftppel-Pertnoy Nuptials
Scheduled for June 22
r bi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate mdlelight ceremonj
I Mr, andUn.
4430 Royal
Earl Pertnoy.sor.
nd Mrs. Charles Wall.
5216 Pine T:< n Sunday.
June 22 4 p.m.. at the Robert
ntor G)!dnng
Appel. cousin oi
V V k. will
r, while Mr.
iosen his uncle.
Shai to second him.
yiiss K\ relativi s In m New
I Mrs. Beverly Flax.
:degroom s
ng the 200 ex-
of the
I y Beach, and is
if the
pter. A
Max Silver, Miami Attorney, Will Take Bride
In Saturday Night Rites at the Everglades Hotel
'' '
; atended Johns Hop-
v in Baltimore, is
th the
Mi :.'- S
pie will leave for an
neymoon in
md Canada, fol-
ng a buffet dinner. They
their home :n Miami
their return.
Claire E. Bandel Sets
September 21 As Date
A reo nt dinner party at the
tel, Miami Beach.
j th ision for the an-
nouncement I thi engagement
f Miss Cl lire Elaine Bandel.
Henry Bandel and
D H Bandel, to Her-
. t Gordon, son of Mr
and Mrs Ge -rge J. Gordoru. 1011
:' irth st
Guests at the party, including
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marco. Mr.
Mrs Irving Horovitz and
Annette Penan, of Jackson-
ird the announcement of
21 as the wedding
B >th Miss Bandel and her fiance
hools Mr. Gor- ]
dor. in the Mai im C
irs.

CARD PARTY
Dade chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac home will
hold a get-together and card
party on Wednesday. June 25,
at the Cadillac hotel. Miami
Beach. Tickets may be ob-
tained from Mrs. M. Wolff at
the holel.
%.
urdine's
$2-98
to
BLUE DENIM
PLAY FASHIONS
Sanforized, wash-
able, tiny priced!
$5.98
Good news! Here's an-
other shipment of sturdy,
love-to-play Blue Denims
you'll want to pack in your
vacation suitcase. Sizes
12 to 20 in the group.
Comfortable, strap
halter........$2.98
Cuffed shorts with
zipper closing, pr. $2.98
Overall with set-in
belt and pockets,
Pah $5.98
Loafer jacket, red
and white piped
im..........$5.98
Culottes with two
large pockets,
braid trim .... $4.98
MIAMI .l:i: BEACHWEAR,
i HIRD IM.. knt
ALHO AT BURDINETB,
I.INci M.N Rl i.\|i
An outstanding figure in local
Jewish and municipal circles. Mr.
Max R. Silver. Miami attorney,
will take as his bride tomorrow
night Miss Edith Seidenberg, of
New York and Miami Beach,
daughter of Mrs. Gussie Seiden-
berg. of the Bronx, N. Y.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will per- !
form the 8 p.m. ceremony at the
Everglades hotel. He will be
assisted by Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Matron of honor will be Mrs.
Leah Richman. sister of the bride,
and Ben Silver will be best man
for his brother, Mrs. Richman
and Mrs. Seidenberg will come
from New York to attend the
wedding.
A luncheon was held Thurs-
day in Burdine's in honor of the
bride. Hostesses for the lunch-
eon, which included close friends
of Miss Seidenberg. were Mrs.
Ethel Shochet, Mrs. Harry Gor-
don and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz.
Miss Seidenberg attended
schools in New York City. Mr.
Silver was graduated from the
University of Miami law school.
He is vice president and chair-
Atlanta Couple Wed
In Beach Ceremony
Two Atlanta (Ga.) visitors to
J Miami Beach, Miss Regina Dozi-
| tos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Dozitos, 462 Parkway
dr. N. E.. Atlanta, and the Hotel
Edgewater Beach, Miami Beach.
and Lamar Krieger, son of Mr.
and Mrs. G. Krieger. Atlanta,
were married Sunday, June 15.
by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff in the
Robert Clay hotel. Cantor Louis
D. Fcder assisted. A dinner at
the hotel followed.
Maid of honor for her sister
was Louise Do/itos, and Mrs.
Mary Dozitos was matron of
honor for her daughter. Maurice
Krieger, Columbus, Ga., was best
man.
Out-of-town guests from
Georgia were Mrs. E. M. Harris,
Mrs J. M. Sarfaty, Mr. Naf
Kfieger. Mrs. Victoria Sarfaty,
/.'Ha Harris, Mr. Max
Krieger and Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Blass, all of Atlanta, and Mr. and
Mrs, I Krieger, of Valdosta.
m
man of the i Miami
Y.M.H.A.. a din Mia
Jewish Orth :
and on the boa
Social Service bun au H i
formerly legal ai I
the Dade County B n
and is now a mei the -id-j
visory cornmitti e of thai
zation. He is a thl
law firm of Wasman and Silv -
with offices in thi Si ybold bldg
After a recept n al '.he hole
following thi i y. the coi
pie will leave for a five-weal
motoring trip I I'poi
their return to Mian i, they wi|
reside at the Hotel Everglades.
EGNER & MULCAHY
Custom Tailors
Now Located at Room 202
Flagler-Lorraine Arcade m
Phone 9-3231
' I rATfSffiMS^
lUt^ilURSttn
322 OFFICERS
Newly elected officers of
A.Z.A. chapter No. 322 are
Murray Shear, president; Rob-
ert Beskind, rice president;
Martin Liebling. secretary; Billy
Wilson, treasurer; Herbert
Hirsch, sergeant-at-arms; Sam-
uel April, chaplain; Bernard
Ross, reporter, and Eddie Siegel.
parliamentarian.
The most exciting
picture ever made!
With the New
Romantic Favor.te
JAMES
MASON
"ODD MAN
OUT"
ROBERT NEWTON
KATHLEEN RYAN
fS<
5?5'


fliDAYJUNEjOli!!!
*Jenisti far id fan
PAGE THREE
was
mo""
jeinhard.
#tJune 11.
Mr. and M
MS All
1 'the
held Wednesday ""' ""r!ice of Miss B
at the- home of **bee Meyer and R
Uul8 A. Cherry. {* Jue
parents of Mrs. Ranln ^cob Kaplan ottici led.
fi inner Carolyn
occasion "f tn'"
Sywed" uple's return from a
jjeymoon Mexico.
The couple was married June 1
TeTides hotel, by Rabbi Irv-
M.,x,n, Cherry
Z bride's sisler' acted as m
Jtanor o"Ptlal ceremony
Juiethc I degroom
'"' Mrs Samuel Heinhard,
ILii hls l-"the'--
Harold. -";'n- t
Out- : Uests ;lt lno wcd_
dine included relatives and
Edsf. m Newport, R. L; Lyn-
L i Asbury Park and
son of Mr.
of
The bride, tin
brook.
and Washington,
N, .1
D.C.
|uate of Miami Beach
Reinhard is now
ess administra-
'niversity of Miami,
of Rose chap-
Women. Her
te of the Uni-
rved over four
Army, most of
Pacific.
making their
C >ur1 apartments,
.' ...nil Beach.
aon
-
ier. B'nai B
Mrs. LeVine to Be Feted
By Friends At Luncheon
A fa incheon in honor
n LeVine, a past
Miami chapter of
.1 of Jewish
ing Miami to
a in Chicago, will
June 21, at the
itel.
- being feted by
the M s F.hy Stone. Nor-
te Selig, Isaac
Rudy Adler.
M 1. Daniel Cromer.
I ti njamin Mey-
Ethel Roth-
ib Eppstein.
S. A Wolf and
e daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Sidney Meyer, 583 N I-
56lh St.. was alt,.ml, ,l by h,.,
s.ster, Miss Patsy Meyei
' honor and bridesmaids in-
.luded Miss Nancj i:
Highland Park. 111.; Joy Mo
Airs. Joseph Davis and Mrs, Clar-
ence Herrick, | .>. bride-
groom.
Clarence Herrick, Great Neck.
L. I., brother-in-law if the bride-
groom, the son of M
Schechter. Greal Neck, aid the
late Dr. Nathan Schechti
best man, and ushers v,
Wulfson, Joseph Dav:
.'varron, and Robert Radnitz I
York, who was a classn
bridegroom at the University ol
Virginia.
Given in marriage by he;
father, the bl ide -a .... n 0f
white chantilly lace,
with illusion that 1
and extended down tin front >;
the dress as a panel appliqued
with the lace. Her long illusion
veil fell from a coronet ol moyen-
Bge design, mad, ,\
chantilly lace. Whil
siephanotis were combined in her
cascade bouquet,
i antique filigree hi
The bride wore a double strand
of Oriental pea:].-, which v.
gift from iu :
mother, the late Mrs. L
son, and she can ied Iu
lace handkerchii I that was cai -
rled by he:- patei rial grandm I
Mis. Moi :./ Mi j er, on !;< wed-
Silversteins In Bermuda
After June 13 Wedding
Honeymooning in Bermuda are
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gilbert Sil-
verstein, after their wedding at
the home of the bride last Friday.
Tin' bride, the former Barbara
Irving, is the daughter of Mrs.
Basil Pollitt, 2222 S. \V. 18th ave.,
and the late Dr. HUlel T. Irving.
Mi-. Silverstein is the son of the
nployed by the Mi-
lepartmi at.
N i date has been set f ir the
announcing the engage-
il ii>- daughter, Molly, in
h'yman Kesselman of Havana.
pubi the daughter of the
Minnie Engler, and he
is the .-hi of Mrs. Pearl Ki
rk.
a graduate of [late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Silver-
Sen].,,- High school and s'^in. of New Jersey and Miami
attended the Univ< rsity of Miami, Beach.
Given in marriage by her
brother, Hille] T. Irving, jr., the
in ide was attended by her sister.
Miss Natalie living, and by her
in-law, Mrs. Hi I lei T. Irv-
ing. Murray N. Silverstein was
: ins brother.
The bride .. aduate of
College for Women,
she majored in home eco-
nomics and was chosen for niein-
j> in Mortar Board and
ron Nu. A graduate of Mi-
B ach High school, Mr. Sil-
ittended the University
. where he was a mem-
if P. Lambda Phi fraternity.
He served in the European thea-
l war with the Army for
three years.
Tlie couple will make their
in Trenton.
Hollywood Man Takes
N. Y. Girl For Bride
l Mrs D iokol iw of

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A graduate ol Mounl Vernon Neck, after a C
seminary, Washington, D. C, thi n a Gi will in-
bride attended thi Cushman
school and M
. Jewish Home for Aged
Jr. Hadassah and Masada Red Cross Drug Store
To Hold Regional Meet Has Its Name Changed
A joint I ting of thi
Southeastern Region of Junioi
Hadassah and Masada will be
held on Saturday and Sunday.
June 21 and 22. in Jacksonville,
according to Miss N mkel,
president of the Southi
Region of Juni
Delegates to attend the meet-
rig from the local unit I M
vill be Harold C, Shapiro, presi-
dent of the Southeast* rn R
,f Masada. and Joe Paid i. The
local unit of Junior H I
,vill be represented by the Misses
1) n is Albin. Lucille V
Marian Bciman.
Miss Frankel slated that at a
joint luncheon on Sunday, thi
group will discuss thi
tion of more units within thi
legion and clos
ween Junior H
Masada.
Celebrates Birthday
Fatl ;. at the Jewish
Hotni oc.
n the
nd friend:

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nl Mrs T. T. Stevens ol
3 nd ol
imi and Miami Beach
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tts, as did
Mi nd Mrs. R
lb; Mrs G I Cov-
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SHOLEM MEETING
There will be a meeting of
officers, trustees and committee
chairman of Sholem lodge, B'nai
B'rith, Sunday, June 22. at the
lodge office, 330 Seybold bldg.,
al 10 a.m.
The Red C: part-

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A moving picture hour for
children of the Beth Jacob re-
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Beth Jacob auditorium.
All children are welcome.
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fWPAY.JUNE 20, 1947
Editorial
ANOTHER BID FOR UNITY
Zionist Youth Groups
To Meet In Jacksonville
(Continued from page 1)
will ho Miss Pauline Englander
0t New York, former acting head
,. National Young Judea, who
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
A slow but quiet effort is being made by the kosher butchers the
of both Miami and Miami Beach to organize to protect their ^ fijuet of the cm-
interests. This cohesiveness is to prevent in the.main, being concmdi lander ,,,!,
caught between two or possibly more fires of supervising JJJ^ f..iim V(,,,,-s v,sit m
organizations. Palestine. She will bring to her
This is not the first attempt upon the part of the butchers listeners a persona
to get toge'ther for mutual benefit. Thjs or-sent action does ,,,, .
seem to have considerably more stability than previous
deavors, which may be attributed in pan io th*i p
2 condition. Having come through an extremely lucrative war dances ^c
period, the butcher came into his own and of necessity com- I
manded "considerable respect."
The butchers' organization, we are informed, will unitedly
demand one supervisory Vaad. recognized by the ^o^mmuni^
their desire
does
n-
.lU.I>--
They have made representation to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation for support and assistance in seeing
carried out.
Federation has made weak overtures severa times in this
direction. The motivation which prompted the directors entry
in the field of Kashrus has never been estaolished to complete
satisfaction. Their whole attitude in granting funds to aid a
community Kashrus body indicates lukewarm receptiveness.
How far Federation will go in this new bid for assistance coming
from a new source, the butchers, should prove interesting. How
lona the butchers will present a united front will be well worth
watching. How the two present supervisory Kashrus groups
respond will have considerable bearing in any solution and
progress in the matter.
account of
in the Holy Land. She
will also lead the group In sing-
ing new songs and learning new
, which she brought back
huv.
Als i on hand for the four day.
<( fun and serious business will
be Herman Popkin of Atlanta.
vtiuth director for the Southern
Zionist Youth commission. Many
Club leaders Will be present to
ass si the Regional Judeans in
ng the first convention in
s, Herbert Sohn of
Jacksonville is president of the
m.
PALESTINE AND THE UNITED NATIONS
Whether it is to be a happv cr another of the unfortunate
chapters in Jewish history will depend upon the seriousness,
conscientiousness and objectivity with which the United Nations
fact-finding committee, now holding hearinqs in Jerusalem, will
approach its task. While there is no doubt of the persona,
intergrity of the men constituting the committee, there is no
gainsaying the fact that international decisions are not always
based on justice and good
That the decision will not be an easy one to achieve is be-
yond guestion. As individuals and n- members of sovereign
states the probers, no doubt, will find themselves hampered by
many considerations imposed from without. But the extent to
which they will be able to shake off those influences will be the
test and the guide to their ultimate decision.
The Arabs are clever- and. under the leadership ct more i: : i g Lehrman, m
trained hands, have shown an unsuspected skill in handling
this diplomatic problem. Nor can it be reasonably assumed
that the British have exhausted all their tricks. These are pit-
falls the committee must avert if it is to do a successful job.
Federation Executives
Named for Coming Year
(Continued from Page 1)
N!., I.---I Kaplan,
v i kP' : > /. Itiibhl I., ni KT.iio.--ti.
i:.ii.i-i Irving l..-lir-
. i. st ml" ; '' MyM
St, ley. c Myers, Max Oroyits,
I ia\ 14 |>hllll|iH, Hi rbcrl a hi r, Mrm.
i < It Mi Mi Monte
llublil >l -\ Sfcaplrn, Jacob Bher,
v. 11 SiitKi r, Mi 11
Stoni ;c 'i Wi Inkle
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Abe ';.....h
Ja k
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WI :.....,.-. s.i muel
Max Mi !- !. Harry Rab< S K
S. hwat i' Itlln, Gus Trail,
Mr*, Ed tVeiiieteln and bouia K.
on Ihe i
are si inb >
i". Myci aler Barron,
San l II .- Khi i -i 11 nil, B"
i 1 Mi a. France*
Mri Max I' Florence
: P r a n l< e I, Abe
Mre i." Abe Good-
\l i. Gnu man, i-'iv.l Holland,
.;. ..:.-. Mi Ada Jottonha, Leon
M>ucty eonpdential
(Copyright, 14, Seven Art* Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEA8 J. BIRON
The question of Palestine, though c political one, is also a
11:1: Mej i Anna
Martha Myers, Max
l: id, Ni man Roe* -
Monti Sri Ik, Rabbi
\1 i\ Sh Hi Mrs
.. Fri 'l K. Shochet,
u :: 11, Singer, II.u i -
.! Sirkin. J idae Ha
.-: I... .. Toub)

i tl- onel lullor .1 bj -
laUK en it a: i-
i' rl Irnian; .
v Harold T irk.
i com
question of justice and morality. The Balfour Declaration,
despite British protestations to the contrary, is clear and un-
equivocable in intent. Any deviation from the spirit of that
document would not only be a blow to the surviving hopes of
the surviving Jews in Europe but an eternal monument of decep- ;
tion and shame.
If the committee is not yet aware of the < irnings of the vast
majority of the Jews in Euraoe, it sureiy will determine for itself
when visiting the displaced persons camps that Palestine not
only holds holds the key to the physical su: /ival of those peop.e
t it to their reconstitution as men and women in an organized
society. This, as well ac the political aspect, is the crux of the
problem.
If, and as it must, the committee decides that the survival
of Europe's Jews depend", on a transfer to Palestine, it must
reach the inescapable conclusion that their security and exist-
ence within Palestine depends upon the establishment of a Jew-
ish state.
Weekly Sunday broadcast of
the Yiddish Classical Hour OYer
station W1NZ this week will
include performances by Cantor
Joseph Rosenblatt. Menashe
Openheim, Sidor Belarsky, Isa
Kramer and Simour Reohtzert.
The broadcast may be heard
from 12 to 1.
Attending the District 5 con-
vention of BBYW m Washing-
ton this next week from Miami
chapter of BBG will be Phylis
Goldstein, president; Barbara
Gould, vice president, and Do-
lores Peckiman, recording sec-
retary.


Miami Bench chapter,
AMVETS, will meet next Mon-
day night at the Embassy hotel,
2490 Collins ave.. at 8 p.m.
Commander of the" chapter,
Nat Pollack, invites all veterans
in the area to attend.
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Flash!
We have it on the authority of Walter Winchell that Congress-
man Rankinyes. the same fellow who hollers so much about unj
American activitiespermits his frank to be used by : ihble-rnuscrl
and prejudice monger Gerald Winrod Here is something that!
defense agencies can put their teeth into Winrod's nt:-Scniitic|
record has been exposed time and again, by the Anti-DefamatioJ
League, among others Nobody will believe that the Hon. M I
Rankin doesn't know of the Rev. Mr. Winrod's bigoted wril
and preachings Winrod has for years been trying to poison the
minds of the Protestant clergy ... If Mr. Rankin is guiltyand J
have no doubt that Walter knows whorcof he speaks- then why noU
nail his outrageous collaboration with the anti-Semitic, anti-demrJ
cratic Rev. Gerald Winrod?
Melange:
Henry Morgonthau, jr., who is playing so gallant a part in thej
present crisis confronting the Jewish people, received his major]
ndoctrination with Zionism in 1939. when he read the Palestine]
chapter in Pierre van Passon's "Days of Our Years" Dr. Chain.
Weizmann, through his personal contacts with the thi n Secretarj
nf the Treasury, completed Oie job ... If you want I know whai
Albert Einstein thinks of the warmongering forces in this and anjf
other country, read the summer issue of the American Scholar
Yes. it is true that British morie people do not hav ive anjl
professional or business traffic with Ben Hecht. Hollyw lod's highest
paid writer The reuson: Ben Hecht's backing of Pali |
resistance movement Few American Jews or nun-Jews realij
that four out of every five displaced persons in Europe are Christ
tians Howard Fast, the gifted novelistwho, incidentally,
studying Yiddish nowis one of the most widely : I America!
authors in Europe today Howard comes from a id Jewisj
family, but his parents spoke neither Yiddith noi Hebrew .
California is rallying behind Congressman Charles A Buckley
House Resolution No. 2848. outlawing anti-Semitism in this countrj
Too Bad:
The Hapocl soccer team is a sad disappointment f: im a strictlj
sports point of view ... Its players arc of superior caliber, m\
there is no good reason why the team should not have won th
majority of its games in this country Yet the soccer repi
tives of Jewish Palestine will wind up their visit with a minu
seino What is the trouble? The sad truth is that insteai
of keeping themselves in physical shape and adhi : ii least j
minimum training schedule, the members of the team refuse
accept discipline and are primarily concerned with
time while here Soccer is one of the most stum; ius f sports.
It requires perfect physical condition ... So it is I 'ettab|
that the managers of the tour permit the team to bi trainia
rules, with the result that the team has been unable to show if
real class and is losing more games than it is winning Td
had. because it would have helped the public relat: I of thj
good-will tour immensely if Hapoel had demonstrated that Pale
tinian Jewish athletes are ready to compete sine- -fully i
nationally America likes champions.
Laugh of the Week:
Arthur Wevne. of the department of public ini Mnoftl|
National Jewish Welfare Board (who. by the way, ng to
as guest columnist for us when we take a week off for a el|
earned rest), writes us: "Second ave. is planning to produce
own version of the Ella Logan show, to be call. j
Rainbow." and the featured song will be 'How Art
Oemora'?" We pass on the idea to Molly Picon.
Senator Cram?
Rumors reach us that Bartlcy C. Crum, the brillianl Sandra
cisco attorney and author of "Behind the Silken
enter the political arena and become a candidate :
Senate in 1948 ... If this is true he would en
from the liberal elements Crum. if you've I
of the most intimate friends of Wendell Willkie, and a :
ponent of Willkie'n One World political concept
eloquent speaker and knows world affairs He is only 46 >1
old and a member of the Republican party He was very acti)
in helping F.D.R. draft the blueprints for the United Natifl
charter Bartlcy Crum could do much to revitaliz.
the Republican party.
Bor. Voyage:
Meyer W. Weisgal is on his way to Palestine, planning
arrangements for his permanent residence in tin
land ... If Meyer should decide to leave these -
American Jewish community would lose one of its most dyna^
and colorful members ... His record af achievement
impressive but fantastically versatile ... It was Meyer who
new standards as the editor of the New Palestine, the Zionist py
lication ... It was the same Meyer who produced "The Ron
of a People" and Franz Werfel's "The Eternal Road'' ... If h
continued his theatrical interests he would have wound upas
of Broadway's and Hollywood's biggest-and probably now
producers But Meyer was never interested in monc> o J
self ... So instead of that he undertook to proi Fa c\
Pavilion at the New York World's Fair There too he rear |
unprecedented success But Meyer was first and last a
and Dr. Weizmann. a connoisseur of human abilities, attac c
became Dr. Weizmann s
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to himself And so Meyer
representative in this country,
Jewish Agency in America With the eliminate
raryof Weizmann as world Zionist leader,
and as such directed the office of |
only lrn
Mey, r
position with the agency and concentrated his talents on JUlZ"u
scientific institute at Rehovoth ... He has provided nc^
greater resources for this institute, and now may dec!
over its administration, with headquarters in Palestine J
tween these varied pursuits Meyer edited a book on Dr. n
which was. from the literary point of view, of fir':,~'""^.'l',. ]
mi nt mil, ed There is much more to Me) !
journalist and otherwise, but this will do Good lUC*. '
We'll miu you hera. ^ ,
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PflDAY, JUNE 20, 1947
nr & Mrs. Stevens Leave
For Honeymoon In North
Ulr, their recent marriage a1
,,', ,. v Plaza hotel, Dr. am
pheodore R. Stevens are on
^tended wedding trip to
ilina, Washington, D.
(. N, .,. York City and the Cha-
ntenac in Quebec. Mrs.
... is the former Charlotte
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Jack Bernstein of the Wal-
,, ,tel, Miami Beach.
G veil i" marriage by her
father, i!" l>ride was attcnded by
ra Herbert Bernstein, matron
Df honor, and Miss Dorothy Stev-
ens of Chicago, maid of honor.
The bridi wore a white gown of
ind lace and carried white
orchids. Her attendants wore
blue and pink, with
hats and accessories.
na attended the Uni-
: Miami. Her husband
ite of the college of
it the University of
Illinois 'i.l interned and was
, .sician at Beth Moses
Brooklyn, N. Y. He
batallion surgeon with
Army during the war.
A dinm r .it the hotel followed
the ceremony. Upon the cou-
ple's return to Miami, they will
residi : 1011 Bay dr., Normandy
^J!V^pr.r/dSar
PAGE FIVE
To Install Pledges
Seymour Shafer, Bride
To Say Vows Sunday
Hiss A I Sachs, daughter of
M. J. Sachs, of
' lino, and Seymour D
Shafer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
r, 1271 S. W. 21st St., will be
v. June 22, at 7:30
p.m. at the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox 0 'ii. 590 S. W. 17th
ive Rabl Murray Grauer will
perform thi ei emony.
Miss M na Sachs, sister of the
bride, will come from Cleveland
to be maid of honor. Miss Harriet
Mitchell, Cleveland, will be
J seph A Levine will be best
man for Mr. Shafer, and Martin
Rabinowitz will usher.
A recepti m will be held at the
nide's uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Sachs. 2320 S. W. 25th st., at
8 30 p.m.
Miss Sai hs attended schools in
Cleveland Mr. Shafer was grad-
uated I. im the University of
attended Harvard
few Si:.
After an extended trip north.
> to live in Miami.
Among ut-of-town guests will
* Ml Harry J. Friedland. of
ukporl :, Y.. uncle of Miss
Sachs
Installation of pledges of Theta
chapter of Nu Beta Epsilon, na-
tional legal fraternity, will be
I held at the Sands hotel this after-
noon at 4 o'clock. A celebration
at the Kity Davis theater-restau-
rant will be held afterwards.
Chancellor Gcrshon Miller and
Vice Chancellor Harlan Street
will conduct the ceremony which
will mark the formal pledging of
the following law students at the
University of Miami law school.
^ Manfred Berliner. Sheldon
Courshon, Jack Courshon, Button
('"hen, Seymour Kostoff, Jo ( ph
Malek, Stanley Spieler. Her nan
Staiman, Bert Sager, A r t h u r
Klein, Arthur Touby and Alfred
Nesbitt.
Showr. above (left to right) are Marcie FrinmtU u u i
Stanley Rose- Eddy Gordon. B^wSttJ^jF'Z ^1 ^^ S,Uart Lubi?z'
Sterling, children from the Beth David cZ'arlZ ^"HT'l LRbert S,erUn* OTd 'udY
supper, from their fathers ,or a r^^DaZXZo^ ^^^ "^ S6CUre
Beth David Children
Raise $10,000 Sunday
In behalf of the current build-
ing fund campaign of the B
David Con m a group of
youngsters last Sunday "inv l< I
the Hotel Alcazai
dads were attending a "Father
and Child" breakl aored
by the stud.'ills of Beth I
Hebrew and Sunday school I
ing banners calling upon their
fathers to make
Iributinns to the fund, the chil-
dren raised m a ly sio.ooo.
The program was in I
f the boys and girls. Fn I S
as chairman, called upon Ki I
Myers and Estelle Greenbi
tell why the younger gem
feels a new synagogue ni idi
Ben Essen responded i ir the
fathers. Other speakers were
.'
t Schei H ;.;
witz,
Heiman, pn nt of the

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FRIDAY. IUNE 20, 1947
Harold Rothlein to Wed
New York Girl June 28
Wedding of Miss Gertrude
Hurewitz, daughter of Mrs. Rc-
bekah Hurewitz, of Brooklyn, and
Harold Rothlein. son of Mrs. Ethel
Rothlein, 1040 Washington ave..
Miami Beach, will take place
Saturday. June 28. at 8 p.m. al
Beth David Congregation. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will perform the
ceremony and a reception will
follow in the Talmud Torah.
Mrs. Robert Rothlein will be
maid of honor for her sister-in-
law, and flower girls will be
Marilyn Horwitz, cousin of the
bridegroom, and Susan Zeientz
Robert Rothlein will serve as besl
man for his brother.
Miss Hurewitz is a student at
Adelphi college in New York,
where she is studying for a bach-
elor of science degree. Mi Roth-
lein, a graduate of Miami Be 11 I
High school, is a student at Col-
umbia university
The couple plans to tour F
after the wedding and will go on
to New York, where they will
live.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mi Jack Wohlberg, aunt oi Mis?
Hurewitz: Mrs. Al Fleishman, Dr
and Mrs. Morton Hurewitz.
brother and sister-in-law ol Miss
Hurewitz, all of New Yo
Mr Rotklein's grandpan nts are
Mr. and Mrs. I. I.
Ohiiii"!'"*"
LEGAL NOTICES
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1,1 I. I IllneWI,
Hvod he! foi
llrooklyn, N.
1 dn
LEIBOWITZ
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FRIEDMAN
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Jlim- II.
LEGAL NOTICES
ill- ,-, H'RT I THE
':|,|:''-|';;;^K'-|V'k,^,:;,^; tioVSld>lTrfo
t'll/nai -i ..mil... .__I ...
Pictured (leHt to right) are the newly elected officers ol ALS
chapter ol BBYW. They are Anita Gurkey. treasurer; Evelyn
Greenfield, secretary, and Lee Rosenberg, president.
Banquet, Dance Fete
New ALS Officers
Rabbi Lehrman Honored
By Youth Organizations
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
C ni' turpi
day tribute at the Sabbath
vii 1 s held June 14 when I
nted with
ing thai 50 trees had I
1 : '. nor for 1
tim tei a thi
. B'rith Youth
Jamt Spitz ng the
I B'rith Girls' chapti rs, and
Burton Farbi r, representing the
AZA boys' chapl
pi < sentation, which \\ 1
memoration of Rabbi Lehrman's
thday.
Sholem Lodge to Hear
Advertising Director
Guesl the
luncheon meeting of the Sholem
. 12 15 p.m.
at the Downtown club will bi
John T. Rid ired naval
officer and director of the I )a> -
tona Beach Advei I gency.
Mr. Ridgeway will speak on
economic trends in the United
SI ti s and the economic
picture. He will in ni iduced bj
William Pallot San Sih
di nt, will presidi
Installation of new tl 'ers of
ALS chapter of BBG was
hold recently at a banquet and
dance at the Shelborne hotel. Mi-
imi Beach.
install! d were Lee R
:dcnt: Barbara Brown.
vice president; Evelyn Gi en-
| ng secretary; Lila
p mding secretary;
Anita Gurkey. treasurer; R
n and parli 1-
n, and Mai ilyn Honig
Shlafrock, 1 1 nts-at-
Miss Gertrude Carnovsky.
ir of girls' work. District 5,
speaker.
A gift w as pi 1 sented to Miss
Edith Shii r, sponsor of the group,
:n honor of her recent marriage
1 Bi rnard Applebaum.
Joann Shier. Claire Dav
and Lee R will i "
the I)..-11 i( I i ntion in Wash-
:. next week.
Fratority Will Hold
Swim-Dance On Beach
Frat tj 1 Tempi* Beth Sho-
lom will again hold a swim-dance
at the Blackstbne hotel on Sun-
i June 22. Swimmers will
find the cabanas open for then
use at 8:30 p.m.
Dancing .-tarts at 9 p.m., with
improved facilities bi
1 d.
. *' *.....*
poll |>.\l>i; ('i)L'KT^
IN 11 VNCKKV.
No. n.....19
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IK.VNNK MNP.I '
Plaii
CoRNKLirM J IHNKBN,
1., :. ilanl
iF FLORIDA:
Xi 1 C< iRNBLII '> J IHNEEN,
1.....1.ill. Vvenue,
Maryland.
tlfled and ordered
Hill of Complaint f-i
... 1 lig.diiHl .11 the above
or before the l .ill daj
..1I1. 1 is., the altaga-
.1 Bill ol "omplalnl will be
,..,,.... 1 agalnrt you.
1.. 1......be publlahe 1 once a
week for four coiiaeentlve week* In
the JEWISH PLORIIHAN, a news-
It ned in 1 ';nie 1 'ounty. Plor-
" |'i VTKI1 thi* I9lh d ly of June. 1947,
m Count)'. Plorlda.
U II l.i: \ TIIKKMAN.
Clerk of CI11 nil 1 "int.
Bj P. J. i'.i'1'l.l'.
Deputy Clerk.
S \U SILVER.
s<>ili toi in: Plaintiff.
.... 1
Mlii ni. Pin
:'. 7 I-II
IN THB CIROVIT 1.,1 i;T ,,<;r~~-
I1TH JUDICIAL 111:, T I fJJB
POR DADK COUNTY PUmftJP
IN CHANCERY. L"'A
No. II
MARILYN BA8HI0N
Plaintiff,
vs.
LOUIS A. BA88ION,
I defendant
......,?RDE OF PUBLICATION
STATE OP l-'l. TO: l-ol'IS A. HA SSI ON
McLean Garden*,
.111.. >8tn Btreel N. w
Washington, H. C.
You are hereby notified and
to appear to the BI ..1 1
Olvorce filed again*,
atyled caUH........i i ... u
of July, 1947; otherwl ih, alleS*
taken us confeeiied ..; ,1 1 v,.
Let this Order be ,
week for four con*c
the Je ish Plorldi'

publiahed In Dad< i ii'i,"
DATED thla 19th v,,-
iit Miami, Dude County, I
!:. li. LEA i Hi UMAN,"
Oterk ..i
Bi P i liol'Ll)
SAM SILVER. **
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
IT":: itongiesa Ill
Miami Florida.
' 2fl 27 7 1-11
BOARD MEETING
There will be a board of di-
rectors meeting of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Richman, 235 Santillane ave.,
(Xoral Gables, on Monday. June
23. at 8:15 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
M .TICK IS HER I BY U1VEN Ih H
enffaftc li
Ihi .......'
GEMS Chapter BBYW
Sends 3 to Convention
iiiMiu* ri ni. !
\! LAN XK Ti i.N '" al 3334 S W
i ...
e with thi
I i hi t I til l.i.i.
A LI \N LEVIN
>N IVAN SHERRY
ites from the GEMS, Mi- "'*; >u>mon
.... ..,.... .
of BBYW, to
Disti ict 5 c mvi ntion in W


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (SIVEN thai
iml, | i. ... i,, engatp li
under the flctltii u* ll ime of
, lit. 79, 1240 N VV :'li Stn et,
VI I. Klorl.la. intend I nald
It li -:. i. of the Circuit
f n ul, i'.. i ity. Ploi Ida.
.1 \COII HYMAN
.;!: tRilE i: BURNEY
PRANK i: SMAN,
Vii V ppl li
1-27 7, 4-11
NOTICE rs HEREBY OIVE.N that
ninge li.
i.i- Hi. r >me of
n.\:\:\ s RESTAURANT, al 26 IHth
Vllan I He ii li, lnt< nd to reg-
i IMi the Court of Dade County,
Plorida.
HENRY \V l. VWSl IN
ANNE C. t. VW IN
SAM SILVER,
At toi I .
.
IN THE COUNTY U l.;i:> COI'RT'
IN AN 11 |-i iR le\|.|: COUNTY
PLORIDA. IN PRoRATK
No,
In re: Estate of Qi'EENIE STEL1 v
MACHTEI, di
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltoi nml vii i
11.,\ Ing >'lalma oi I
siiil I0sl.il. :
You, and each ol
notified .iinl required
i-iiiims and demand
either you, maj i .
eatate of (JUEENIE STKLI. v MACH-
ri:i, dei .i-..i. late ci
I ol.- County, Plorld i. the Hoi
P Blanton, Count] Dade
i'.,niii\. .iii.i file
in the Count) i Dade
'ounty, Ploi Ida, ulthl
months from the daii -
liubllcatlon hi reof. .-
Is to contain thi
the flalnmnl and lo In
preaented aa aforenald,
lie liai n d. .- .- i
..!.- Act.
Bute, June 1Mb A li
H M M veil i i:i.
Aa AdmlnlHtrati
of ylKENIE STELLA M \eil-
i i:,. dei i H-. .i
Rl ISENHOUSE & W iSENHtl -
At tor m
w.-;::e. o conveiiiion in wasn- ----------------------i________------------------
next wek will be N0TICE unDEr_fjct,t,ous name ^^ unqer F|CT1Tlous name
Miss Leila Gros. daughter of Mr \,,-|n-' is hhreby oivbn -: law
mil Mrs T ,hn firoes R9Q <,., ,n,\ the undi-r^lgl NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV KN thai
in" M .1 S, .-.! Si. on ed, deslilng to i ngage In
diami Beach; Miss Carol southern delicacies lm name of
m rl oi'ihtei- of Mr -md v lv !~' Av( Miami, Kl 11 & r. KtlSIIER MEAT AND BELI
on, aaugniei oi Mr. ana atessen market, i so4 b w
i 1.' S i] nmn. I:>01 Bay dr., of the (' I Avenue, Mia Pin Intend to
indv Isle and Miss Beverlv ''' h "'" ,'l'''l( "f
,1 ,, ARTHUR lloRiiK, ... Dade Cou
Sherman, daughter of Mr. and
New working commillees will
be formed during the next
meeting of the Emma Lazarus
chapter of B'nai B'rith Women,
which is scheduled for 8:30
p.m. at the Miami Beach
YMHA. Tuesday. June 24.
This organization will con-
tinue to meet lhe second and
fourth Tuesdays of each month
during the summer.
Sherman, daughter of Mr. and
Louis Sherman. 6950 Bay
Ir., N irmandy Isle.
Mis Gi will continue nn to
York, where she will visit
andparents, and will then
'. i Chii ig i and Canada
Miss Solomon and Miss Sherman
will go tn West Virginia, when
'hey will spend some time at Mi:
Sherman's summer home.
MYERS, HELM \N a K.WI.W.
V11 in n i
"BOB" PIERCE
BARNEY PISHER
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
1420 Congress Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 3-3658
LOUIE'S
ACME GLASS SHOP
Safety GlassPlain Glass
GOOD SERVICE
EXPERT WORK"
MIRRORS RESILVERING
4402 N. W. 27th Ave.
Phone 7-5333
MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP
NEW LOCATION
5 CHAIRS5 FIRST-CLASS BARBERS
MANICURIST
220 West Flakier Street Phone 3-9218
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DON'T FAIL TO TUNE IN
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(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
MIAMI BEACH
$
ualify 3ood
Product*
FOOD PRODUCTS
Distributed by the
FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc.
1725 N. W. 7th Avenu*
Phon 2-6141
"Pop" Concerts
"SYMPHONY UNDER THE STARS"
by
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI CONCERT
ORCHESTRA
with Guest Conductors and Soloists
Ten Saturday Evening Concerts
Beginning June 28,1947
at
FLAMINGO PARK BANDSHELL
MIAMI BEACH
Season Book of 10 Tickets: $10; $7.50; S2; Incl. Fed. Tax
On Sale at
BURDINE'S MIAMI BEACH LINCOLN ROAD STORE
MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH
MORRIS BROTHERS DEPT. STORE. 13th and W.sh.
Presented by
Miami Beach "Pop" Concert Association
LEO BISENSTEIN C


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FRIDAY
JUNE 20, 1947
Ladies
es' League Holds
Pi"rst Summer Event
. ;,,,. of the Greater
J Hebrew academy held Its
?i, affair of the summer season
fliTv afternoon. The gather-
Tlas Prided over by Mr..
sky, .huirman.
p, .jecta were initiated
i lauw hed t<> help in raising
Ids as well as participating in
^rehabilitation program under-
.,,, in connection with the new
I building <>f the Greater
Milmi Hebrew academy, located
J jeffersoii ave., corner of Sixth
' Or David S. And ion presented
, bonk n new of "Gentleman's
Ajreement" and afterwards dis-
Ith eneral objectives and
purposes ol the academy.
Among those who were present
Leo Levin, Mrs. A.
Herman F. Jens.
julius Seligman, Mrs. Paul-
Grundwerg, Mrs. Bessie D.
Oalbert, Mrs. Rose H. Lauer, Mrs.
[fwin II. Makovsky, Mrs. Stella
n Ebensti in, Mrs. L. Bacon, Mrs.
Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Ella Dia-
M Yetta Preedman, Mrs.
David S Andron, Mrs. Sam
Stern, Mrs H. Foigenbaum, Mrs.
A Lehrman, Mrs. A. Kagan, Mrs.
jj j;, ; I. Goldberg, Mrs.
A H ; Is. S. Schachno.
Sholem Lodge to Hear
Mid-Year Report
Offici teesand committee
chairmen of Sholem lodge, B'nai
it Sunday. June
22. 10 a.m., in the B'nai B'rith
offices, 330 Seybold bldg.
Ace Sam Silver, presi-
dent. ir report by corn-
er! will head the
agenda, an i programs for the
second half of 1947 will be
planned.
A committee will be appointed
to undi revision of the
lud g < titution, originally
drafted in 19
r:::i to cua RSAOSKSl
T fai "i. ?i yr.ir Hebrew-Eng
liS (' i ~tiil yours for th<
fiing No charge! No restrii-
lions! But please limit yourself
to one copy as paper supplies are
Hill nut unlimited.
I
PITTSBURGH GROUP
GRANTED CHARTER
Recently granted a
MUMgwutheP
of Greater Mian Offic,
Pd a, J,ne 2
meeting held ai th
md Mrs. Frank Wein I
8. w. um, ,, ..,,,.
Kimball, presidi nt; K .
stein, first vice p u
Milt..n Sanea G ,]
vice president; s
secretary, and M
treasurer.
In addition to thi .
a board of din
They include Alex S C
William Glick, Jac >b S|
Dines. Louis M
Rogow, II. I. n s. hull,,-. d
Rutkin. Sum I; n
Sanes and Robi rt Gul
The club is a n :
poration organ zed I p
food will, :
bility among
ioster int resl in Fl
residents of Pittsbu
tain contact I I
and Florida for the
benevolent put p
bership; and to p
work which may tend I I
termenl I
families in
munity.
Temporary hi
care of L. I. K
rd., Miami Bi ach.
"^^SSLtiSJStl Ttf9* sir ,he har,er of ,he newl* ******
Saner. Goldman, second vice 1S ? r" MaUriCe Finkalhor- treasurer; Dr. Milton
Sidney ^^^^^ZlTi^TZ^^ ^^ *"**
ft' 2Urnr llehrnrEnflUh CaU
"* //.J.rw date., 192S to
19*9. AH ;.,,,, MUmrt lo ,96t
for your frPP copy, just addrese
Ptrarl or a Ir-ttrr to:
HJ. HEINZ CO. -Dept J2
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pictured above is Miss Lois
Mondres. A.Z.A. chapter No.
322 sweetheart, who was
chosen at the annual sweet-
heart dance at the Alcazar
roof June 14. Miss Mondres
will represent the chapter as
official sweetheart at the
state convention to be held in
Orlando sometime in Septem-
ber.
I il I) I II | |G
A son was born to Mr. and
Sam Silver, 235 Santillane
Coral Gables, June 19, at
he Victoria hospital Pearl
Ann, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs.
k Manhoff, 627 S. W. 15th
was bom June 3 .
la Joyce, daughter of Mr.
.and Mrs. Jack Aboulafia, 3591
N. W. Second st., arrived June
o Barbara Elaine, daughter
>f Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mar-
gulies, 50 N. E. 13th st was
u-orn June 7 Regina Carol,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
rtld Greenwald, 737 West ave.,
Miami Beach, arrived June 9
... Mr. and Mrs. Victor Garvey I
announce the birth of a daugh-'
'.er, Laura, on June 11. They
I've at 2625 S. W. 24th ave_____I
Carol Ann, dauqhter of Mr. and
Raymond Young, 810
Euclid ave., arrived June 15. I
Hollywood Women Close
Season With Supper
j
th a
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:
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tuild-

I_____________
Turk to Make Report
On Budget Committee
B'nai B'rith council of Greater
ill meet Wednesday, June
25, at 8 p.m. in the Miami Bi ach
V 1 Lincoln rd. Harold
'lurk, president, announces that
vill be made to
' ng his appi ar-
before the District Conven-
1:1 ii !: last week
Specific plans will be outlined
for the coordination of all B'nai
community-service pro-
el .Miami area.
To ppy, we think we
must be where we are not, or
must have something we haven't

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Phone 78-2346
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to do what is right, is the sum-
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man.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Havo your roof repaired now; you
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PHONE 4-5860
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Thomas Venetian blinds are
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All blinds installed and guar-
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Phone for Estimates
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21st Yr. Boys-Girls 7 16
In the he.iHthf.il S>
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folk dancing, Jewish cult.
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Competent supervision. Ban *'
Write for booklet. rvr.rtnr
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immediate Deliveries
'HE POST-WAR MOTOR CARS W/TH
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ADVANCES
August Geiger was elected
president of the Lincoln Road
association at a meeting of the
gToup this week. Those elected
wilh him were D. Richard
Mead, vice president; Leonard
Wien, secretary, and F. Lowrey
Wall, treasurer.
BENJAMIN COLEMAN
M.D.: D.D.S.
ANNOUNCES
He will resume the General Practice
oi Dentistry in addition to Oral Surgery.
350 LINCOLN ROAD. LINCOLN BLDG.
Suite 428 430 Phone 5-7407
Rabbi Joseph 5. Rackovsky
1520 S W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
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PAGE EIGHT
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<
Professional Women
To Form Council Group
Business and professional wom-
(ii in the Miami area who are
unable to attend day meetings are
forming an evening group of the
tional Council of Jewish Wom-
en. A meeting of the group was
held Wednesday, June 11, at the
h me of Mrs. Nat Williams.
Temporary officers who were
elected include Mis Eileen Cowen.
chairman; Mrs. Rao Felrath, vice
lirman, and Mrs. Michael
Kane, membership chairman and
treasurer.
Those present at the group's
first meeting were Mrs. Rae Fel-
.. Miss Elarose Rogow, Mrs.
iael Kane Miss Frieda Ankus.
. Eileen Cowen, Mrs. David
Sonepouse. Advisors to the group
B e Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs.
Williams and Mrs. Nathan
LeVine.
N xt meeting of the group will
bo held at the home of Mis-
Co. i'ii. 5050 N. Alton rd., on July
7 at :>:15 p.m.
FRIDAY, IUNE 20, 1947
Fathers' Day Program
Ends Hollywood Season
Cl sing the season's activities
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
. wood Jewish Community
er was the Fathers' Day pro-
on Sunday. June 15, at th<
: building. Festivities in-
cluded a buffet supper at 7:30
p.m., nged by Mrs. Fred
m, chairman, ami Mrs. S
'.
\ program, prepared by Miss
1 Bobrow, featured exhibition
ng by Michael, former Ar-
thur Murray instructor, and music
I from a juke box,
iti i by the Ft. Lauderdali
l) Co.
.' i\.'.;..: y activities will be re-
1 in the fall.
Illinois Hotels Ban
Offensive Advertising
I'HICAGO.Off ensive "re-
U d" and "G< only '
'ill disappear from hotel
tising in Illinois
because hotel operators want
'V.
. n
al dis-
nation, tl of dii ect( >i s
of the Illinois Hotel association,
mately 300
- and resorts, has unani-
pted a resolution as-
minatory practices
on the grounds of religion or
c. eed.

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0,
HE MERGER of the American National Bank of Miami and the
First Trust Company with The First National Bank of Miami, which became
operative on Monday. June 16, 1947. means that a significant milestone in the
banking history of Miami has been reached.
Under the roof of this bank, founded in 1902, midst palmettos, palms
and pines the combined personnel, the combined resources and the
combined experience of these institutions make The First National Bank of
Miami one of the outstanding financial institutions in the nation.
The merger, followed on the heels of an extensive program of modern-
ization and expansion of our physical facilities made necessary by the
natural growth of our business. Our first consideration in this program was to
bring to you the last word in customer serviee and modern banking efficiency.
You'll like our modern setting our recessed and fluorescent lighting
our air conditioning -our convenient appointments. You'll like the cheerful
atmosphere the acoustical treatment. You'll like the expansion of our Safe
Deposit Department, the privacy of our new coupon booths and conference
rooms. And, you'll like the speed-up in our friendly service.
The officers, directors and personnel extend to you their sincere grati-
tude for your indulgence and patience during the period reguired to complete
this construction program, but believe that you will agree now, that the tempo-
rary inconvenience was more than worthwhile.
The affairs of this bank will be guided by its Board of Directors, com-
posed of a group of prominent, progressive business and professional men,
who pledge you that they shall ever adhere to the basic poiicy upon which
this bank was founded, that "the lust consideration of all trcmsactionB is the
safety of the depositors' money" and cordially invite you to use to the
fullest the friendly services and facilities of this bank.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PAUL R. SCOTT
Chairman 0/ the Board
VTILEY R. REYNOLDS
Presideia
G. T. BAKER
President. National Airlines, Inc.
HARRY HOOD BASSI
Vice President. Gent
Corporation
PRESTON B. BIRD
Member. Board 0/ Count;)
Commissioners, Dade Count]/
CHARLES G. BRAND
President, Brand Properties Inc.
C. B. CHINN
President, Belcher Oil Con pany
JAMES G. GARNER
President. Little River Bank
and Trust Company
WILLIAM C. HILL
President, The Coral Gal
First National Ba
C. E. HOLCOMB
Secretary-Treasurer, S. A I
Corporation
R. C. HOUSER
President. Florida Bund and
Mortgage Compa
COMER J. KIMBALL
Executive Vice Pres.d,ml
CHARLES D. LEFFLER
Rear Admiral. U. S. Navy,
Retired
J. G. LEYBOURNE
Vice President
RAYMOND M. MILLER
E-secutiue Vice President,
Railey-Milam, Inc.
WILLIAM P. MOOTY
President, The Franklin Press.
Inc.
BYRON L. RAMSING
Vice President. First Nat
Associates oj Florida, h
WILEY R. REYNOLDS. JR.
Vice President. W. R- Reynolds
& Company
BERT C. TEED
Executive First Vice President.
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of Miami
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FRIDAY. JUNE 20. 1947
Pastroff-Goldstein Rites
To Take Place June 29
Kona Lucille Pastroff. daughter
rf Mrs. Ann Pastroff. 1856 S. W.
Utii ten, Will become the bride
iflrvin Morton Goldstein, son of
wr and Mrs. Alex Goldstein,
5828 Pine Tree dr- Miami Beach.
Sunduv. June 29. at 3 p.m. in
Tempi',' [srael. Rabbi Jacob H.
Kapbn will perform the cere-
Dorothy Goldstein, sister of the
bridegroom, will be maid of
honor, and Marilyn Gerstein and
Lillian Gross. Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority sisters of the bride, will
bc bridesmaids. Alberta Ho-
bauser, cousin of the bridegroom.
wjU be flower girl, and Gladys
Atlas, cousin of the bridegroom.
will keep the Kucst book.
garry Baker will come from
Jacksonville to be best man for
his cousin, and ushers will in-
clude Dr. Harold Sutker of At-
lanta, Alfred Bork of Jackson-
ville, Eddie Pastroff, brother of
the bride, and Arnold Scher.
M:ss Pastroff is a 1945 gradu-
ate of Miami Senior High school.
She attended Florida State Col-
lege for W imen and the Univers-
ity of Miami, where she is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority. Mr. Goldstein was grad-
uated from Miami Beach High
school and the University of
Pennsyh inia, where he received
a bachelor of science degree in
economic--. His fraternity is Tau
Delta Phi, A veteran of three
and one-half years in the Army,
he is now associated with his
father in business.
The couple will honeymoon for
two weeks in New York, after
which they will live on Miami
Beach until their new home is
completi
A reception will be held in
Kaplan hall following the cere-
mony, and a family dinner will
be held at the Shelborne
hotel on M ami Beach.
la will Include
, uncle* onil minis
m: Mr.- Max Atlat
1! oh .11.,I Mow
Sr.and M M linker and *>n and
! Elsli Mi Benny
tli ai., Schemer,
mm Mr. mid Mrs i-hiiiii, liork and

II ome Dr, ana
''- '' ". Mi. and Mm
Mr and Mrs, Abe
,V":"- nd Mi.-. EUdle

. '!"';' will Include M
,1' ,\ Chicago; Mr
11 K, nick and don, Bd
I. of the bride, ..f
v- "''.; ,: M Joe i..
In Blli her. Dr. ami
b2a '.. "" Palm
Baker of Clncln-
J,'""; in oome Mr.
radley and Melvli
ni will be in.
.......Sham; Dr
. daughter. Adele, of
HEADS CIVIC AFFAIRS GROUP
OF AM. JEWISH COMMITTEF
Ben Herzberg (above), former w
tistani United States Atton
the Southern Districi ol New >
has accepted chairmanship ol tlie
American Jewish (ummittee's re-
constituted < ommittce on Legal
and Civic Affairs, into which the
AJC Law Committee and tht I
and Investigative Committee have
been merged, it was announced this
week by l)r John Slav.son, \ |(
Executive Vice-President. In addi-
tion to combatting anti-Semitism,
the new group will also plan (or
American Jewish Committee par-
ticipation in cii ic affairs.
Emanon Clubbers Plan
Athletic Program, Dance
Members of thi
will enter inl
gram after thi
Wednesday, June 25 at
ami Y.M.H A Chuck Klein
letic director of the V.
ning a varii I p am, whii
include baseball, basketball
volleyball.
A picnic- for ,!i be
held at Greynolds park Sui
June 29,
tend should mi mi Y
at 10:30 a.m. for trans]
Nat Etkin
charge of arrangements.
panics Live On Beach
After June 1 Ceremony
after
.i'V
ili K i
a full-lei
,
B I blue
ouquet of
1 thu Frank
K>rkl
luded
*>m, and Mrs s
I the
nd Mrs. 1
'ated from Miami B
bride attended
of Miami an I
DEBBS chapte
Bnai men.
ittended the I
York
veti an of
in ii :.
which were spenl
th
Miss Moidell to Marry
Maurice Silber Sunday
Myra Moidell, daughter of Mr
"' Mrs, Bwi Moidell, 1006 M,.
"dian ave., will become the
on Sunday, June 22, at 2
11 Miami Beach Jewish
" "l Maurice J. Silber, son
and Mrs. David Silber. 850
Ocean dr.
Lehrman will of-
ficiate at the ceremony, during
the bride will be attended
";' "' wter. Barbara, while
Stanley Silber will act as best
man.
Out-of-town guests are ex-
pected fro,,, Pittsburgh, Pa
"*" M dell attended
il befon entering the Qni-
' Mfami. She is a mem-
' Bi ,ch Junior
.'- >her is a graduate of
'Is rn Poughk. i psie X Y
jnd i .h(. Univ
He served ft I Amy
'' instructor
''. Point Military acadi
rhe newlyweds will make I
m Miami Beach after a
rive-week honeym ion in Pitts-
burgh, Boston and New York A
dinner attended by 35 guests will
follow th* ceremony.
PAGE NINE
13 DEBBS Delegates
j To Attend Convention
Official delegates from the Mi-
ami DEBBS chapter, BBYW, U
the District 5 convention in Wash-
n, D. C, will include Miss
Bernyce Badanes, Miss Dolly
Fishbein and Miss Paula Lach,
newly elected officers of the
group. They will leave today.
Combining business with pleas-
ure, the three girls will vacation
with friends and relatives in th
North.
Miss Badanes is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes,
12B S. W. Ninth ave. Miss Fish-
bein is the daughter of Mrs. S.
Fishbein, 2020 S. W. 24th ter and
Miss Lach is the daughter of Mrs.
fsider Lach, 574 N. E. 94th st.
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Under the Supervision of
Rabbi Josepn E. Rackovsky
I Motet Mescheloff
RiObi Murray Grauer
MEATS AND POULTRY
Wholesale and Retail
ma eiu&
PLAY INDOOR TABLE SHUFFLEB0ARD
No Charge Parties Invited
COCKTAIL LOUNGE AND GRILL
9:00 A.M. to 1:00 A.M. SATURDAYS 2:00 A.M.
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Our Policy: To Serve the Bes4 Food Money Can Buy
Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned
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CATERING TO PARTIES.
WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAHS
CHEF PAUL
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800 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Phone 58-1811
BREAKFASTLUNCHEON SERVED REGULARLY
DINNERSEVENING PARTIES ON REQUEST
CONDITIONED PA NAM A ROOM OF THE
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RECEPTIONS BANQUETS WEDDINGS
BALLROOMS ALSO AIR-CONDITIONED
Phone Mr. AbramsJ-20t1For Reservationt
Cuisine the Finest
Open All Year



PAGE TEN
vJeHlstnoridfrtr
FRIDAY, JUNg 20, 1947
RABBIS TO F/ALUATE GOOD Will
MOVEMENT AT CCAR CONVENTION
Rabbi B. Benedict Glazer (left) of Detroit and Rabbi Abraham L.
Feinberg (right) of Toronto. Canada, will deliver papers on the
subject: "A Reevaluation of the Good Will Movement at the
fifty-eighth annual convention of the Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis, it was announced by Dr. Abraham J. Ftldman of Hart-
ford, convention program chairman and vice-president of the
CCAR. The convention, to be held in Montreal, will open on
Tuesday evening. June 24th, with the presidential address ot Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland.
J. J. Millers to Have
California Honeymoon
In Califon
"
J .-..- J S the I
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Tl ril
; by Ral Leon K
. '"
n I
ir Kaplan. Na\

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slip]
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and i
Theod H. M
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Out of 1
Mr
and c:
i si 'n. ('.
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Mr '. I Mi
at 2460 pi. aft
turn 1 .
Tempi Israel Men
Hear Bowl Officials
if the
: "
tt Cl PU :
peak
' Tl : pli Is: a< I
I: at the temple
: .; N E 191 i si
Judgi \
. iginally
led to ad
L
the da; when
lid "t vt tickets
hi 11 nge Bowl game,
," sketched plans
ii ity of 05,000
1948 New Year's Day
rid a week-
eced-
Cla; II t tl
In the
vited to play.
I ilivei ed a bio-
Ik in the life of
P Benj imin, who a i v< d
if Confederate
lent Jeffen n Davis during
W
h lirman of the
ttee, introduce r and Clay, while Ji
Ii nt of the club, pre-
sided o\ mei ting.
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH
JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloffi Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Fridav rv-'iiiiu s. '. it 6:45.
Adult Saturday mr: inu service
at 8:30. Junior congregation, un-
der th< li P of Mr. Max
of the faculty, will
t jointly with the adult con-
iti in, Mincha at 6:45 fol-
l by Shalos Seudos. R
Mescheloff will speak on the
p irti( n of the Week. Daily school
from 3:30 to 6:30.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
!'. lay Mincha. 6:30 p.m.. fol-
., ,i by M iv. Saturday ser-
es, 8:30 a.m. Saturday il 5
Mincha at 6. follow* d by
: ; S'ud is. Daily sen ic<
m 10 a m. to noon and 5 to 6
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
ave.. Miami. Rabbi Murray
Grauer.
Kabolas Sh '1:30 p.m.
i Sal lay, 8:30 a.m. Stu-
:. vices, I" a.m. Mincha at
fi p.m., followi los S'udos.
G vill l ich on the
p on of the Week." D lilj
i |5 nd 8 45 a.m.
schedule of classes
will run M 5h Friday
0 ., m. t" 12 noon.
Mrs. Jacobs Appoints
Committees. Heads
II,moling new officers and board
members of the Beth David Sis-
,d, a luncheon was held at
the home of Mr. Jack August.
148 27th St., Miami Beach, on
June 12.
Mrs Norman Jacobs, president
of the group, welcomed new
hoard members and appointed
I standing committees for the com-
year, Chairwomen of these
committees include: projects, Mrs.
L. Heiman; Friday night, Mrs.
William J. Sowders; Saturday
morning, Mrs. I. Hartz; Bar Mitz-
vah, Mrs. S. Dickson; altar. Mrs.
! s otin; remembrance, Mrs. I.
ti lephone, Mrs. E. Hinkes;
. and publications, Mrs. D.
her; community contacts,
Mrs. H. Markowita, and guest
book-, Mrs. I. Eichenbaum.
Others are: get-well. Mrs. B.
S. Hertz; sunshine. Mrs. S. Lcf-
refreshments, Mrs. F. Fein-
g ild: torah scholarship, Mrs. H.
n; publicity, Mrs. H. Rand;
youth. Mrs. M. Forer; P.T.A.. Mrs.
R. Schweitzer; parliamentarian,
M. Schwartz, and historian.
M s. 1!. August.
Local Eye-Men Attend
Convention In St. Pete
A ng doctors who attended
the opening session of the Florida
Opt imetric convention this week
in St. Petersburg were Charles
Arthur C. Cohen, G. J.
Li mard Glickstein, Ar-
thur Hirsch, Emmanuel Pushkin
and s G Schneider.
Four shall not P
the scofl
I imud.
Life Insurance Estates
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT G A NS
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
907 Biscayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DA-
VID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches.
Servici i Fi iday at 6:30 p.m. and
Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m.
Hebrew school daily from 9 to
12 no m. Register your child
now.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN
TER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Kabalos S s< rvice, 6:30 ,
p.m. Rabbi Lehrman and Can: u
Goldring will officiate. Saturdaj
'i a m. Junior congrega-
tion service, 10 a m. Daily ser- i
9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Daily I
[ious school, 9 a.m. to noon.
B Mitzvah: Ronald, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr.
Max Kaufman, rabbi and execu-;
live director.
Services Friday. 3:15 p.m. and
Saturday morning at 10.
Wear a smile and have friends:
a scowl and have wrinkles.
A. L Reynolds Is Named
Community Chest Head
A. L. Reynolds, puWjc m
executive and holder f over in
civic jobs in the 22 years of hi,
residence in this ar,.,, ha> J
cently been appointed pnairW
of the Community Chest of Dado
County. c
Reynolds who helped organize
the Chest drive in 1926 nd re
orgamzed it in 1939, has held
.very other post in the drive
during h.s years of association
with it. Pressed as to his opin-
ion of h.s new duties, he stressed
the importance of the Commu-
nity Chest to the c immunity as
a whole and stated his primary
goal as being the indoctrination
of this importance into the com-
munity.
Reynolds has bi lent of
the YMCA and is now, in addi-
tion to his other duties, president
of the Negro Service council. He
was a director of Community
war service for the Civilian De-
fense Council, past president of
Rotary, and a member of the ad-
visory committee if the Univer-
sity of Miami.
The gates of prayer an some-
times open and sometimes closed,
but the gates of repentance are
ever open.Midr..
HAULING
None Too Large or Too Small
PROMPT SERVICE
W. A. DICKINSON
TRANSFER CO.
2323 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-4308
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For Warehousing and Storage
Rail Sidings Pool Car Distribution
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ASK FOR
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PRODUCTS AT YOUR
Local Delicatessen
This label in
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Demand R!
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Weiners
Corned Beef
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IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
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Operated by
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Distributors
1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM.
4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can .or Sam
uel Kelemer.
F lay evening services, 5:30
p.m. to 5:50 p.m.
TOUBY
MINTING
CORP.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E.
19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Cohium
A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap
Ian, rabbi emeritus.
lay evening at 8:15. regular
Sabbath evening services.
Rabbi Kaplan will speak on
"The Synagogue and the Psychol-
I the S ibbath Institution"
and will conduct services in the
absi me of Rabbi Zwitman.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S.
Andrews ave., Fi. Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
On Friday evening, June 20, at
0 p.m.. the Bar Mitzvah of Stuart,
sen of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
Bcrthold, will take place. Rubbi
David Raab will conduct the ser-
vice and preach the sermon on
the subject of -Youth Is Our.
Future." Stuart, who was trained'
in the religious school, will read
from the Bible and deliver a
brief message to the congrega-
tion. A reception will follow arid
all members of the Temple and
their friends are invited.
'3-5000
** MULd* SttmmL
MIAMI M. rLOJUD A


1947
Z!!*l>noridrtor)
((
Between You and Me''
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyr'ght' 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
PAGE ELEVEN
d legal fun, below
; ii almost as diffi-
! viberl Kahn aS '" 8et ,nto the Ku K>"*
yi Critical of
fa ,,>'.". Phia, the author, at the
It can now be
certainty that the
.USHWGTON TRENDS:
fffl* A: ncy representative.
'Xing* n are now very
B JTSne al the State dc-
,nu i but there will be little
CSfto*, while the U.N. in-
Sjl-nUtot ii conducting as
invest^'1"
ffgovernmentwmnotformu.
K final policy on Palestine
n .fter the U.N. inquiry com-
fS***its "p,,rt An
Sion to this effect was given
fSh officials of the State de-
^Washington this week with
wresentatr i irious impor-
5 or- "'H^Slt
Z was held to acquaint leaders
7these ltions Wlth van_
Lasp s foreign Policy
,>ups invited
b particip e four central
The questions
'r.h ,, Palestine were
Bked mostly by representatives
rfnnn-J' UDS ;IS Part of
thi y sought on
,1 picture .
jestioni weir
answered by I. Henderson, head
(the oil ii Eastern and
\U m the State de-
partment ... I: !' ntally, newly
jjj nt Secretary of
State Norman k mour will be in
charge, ai ther things, of
Rear Eastern political problems
... He has : served in the
Sear East, is a long-time
career di| laving served
is U S an to Argentina,
Chile and i ntly tu Spain.

gOMMt/A URS:
The plan '.:i>' Council of
I' ns to send a
[fclegatinr. ii community
[leaders al udy the ac-
Ithities ot .'. in Jewish or-
Ipnizati":.- '. < i seas work
[kasbeen ex| I .. The Coun-
Itflisnuw in Institute
Ovet ai a perma-
ktbasis.. ] institute will
I in this coun-
Itryand a the effective-
|>Ks of Ji organizations
Irtich are I by Federa-
ls Funds ... It
will not gency bud-
lets, but will p factual in-
Ibrmation : ,n budgetary
needs and .
like slurb | by the insti-
jtote may ., evaluations
rk i organization
[weMin.: l m welfare funds.
I* 1U*:' ice provided.
tow Complet* Department
Stor With Quality
Merchandise
"tthington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
M (or your convenience
*>rns Brother's New Ap-
""I and Accessory Store
70 E. Flac:,r St.. Miami
and administrative effii ency
Separate headq
cial staff are now bi in
for the institute in N> w Y rk .
The institute will gathei
formation from all it
will also concern itself with ac-
tivities undertaken b> J.
non-sectarian voluntary
and by governmental and
governmental agencii
to Jews in Europe an I Pa
. Major Jewish
ts the J.D.C. and th<
welcomed the establishmi
the institute.

INSIDE U. S. A.
The book to :.
summer vacation is John
ther's "Inside i's.\
lished by Harper's ... I'
tains a mine ol exl
esting information about the
United States that can
and re-read 1: -
to those who havi i
fully ... .1,
find in it a lot of infor
concerning Jews in many
48 states which the autl
. They will leai n
that a good deal : nti-Si
exists in North Dak ita
there is a lai ge I \i
tion The "V ilga
there, who are basicallj :
sian descent, "will
Jews, but the non-V I
mans won't In Ul
ish family, the Baml
the electi ii n Salt
Lake City and Ogden S
Bamberner was on
Utah and Sal Lak C
had a Jewish mayor ... In Min-
nesota, there
Jew-baiting du
for govei nor whei H Si -
sen ran for that ;
never by Stassi n him If His
supporters had a l
that went as t' Hows "Hi
ho; We join the CIO; Wi
our dues to the Ji -
Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho." In M
gan people still talk
! time, finds the Jewish com!
Dtoftii admirable, philan-
ivic minded and able ..
'- *e fa the South, he found that Jew.
The Klan role ^an in any
a region except the
i

whe
i died
'
I fo
I to
I
He is si
I bj ec-
X
In
ty of h
Bosl till I
:s
... In n
ties i dd
ant if a i
a I sei n publicly
fai

anl n Bosl
but
I ....
I schu-
I
' it in
1
I
. .
exclu

1
Some big department
m At] inta and Richmond
ned, and a few rich
are Jews, but
; th S iuth is Pi
Nevi rl ting anti-
m exists there ... In
Gunther presents
nti t to Jews
chapter.

INNOVATION:
A very interesting innovation
duced in the
'i Jewish book publication b;
s And it will
ned by many
Jews who do not read
stood the lang-
l|uagl | | ;., benefit from
tten in that langu-
. Always ted in
icken
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minor in Latin ch
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PAGE TWELVE
*j1st> Meridian
FRIDAY, JUNE 20,
...101 AT LAST"
TRULY NOLEN, President
By TED STOIL
Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
Nosing its way through the morning fog under the Golden
Gate bridge, and on into San Francisco bay, a strdnqe ship
with a strange cargo greeted the eyes of watchers on the shore
on June 5.
The vessel was the SS. "Marine Lynx-" and her cargo con-
sisted of 77 men, women and children, in mixed Chinese and
Western dress, who were ending one of the longest sagas of
the past decade.
The 77 were the first contingent from a group of 14,000 Jewish
refugees who had fled Central Europe before the war in a vain \
effort to escape from the Nazi
terror. Tl ht led them to
the other end of I th, and
they came to rest in Shanghai,
China. But their enjoyment of
comparative under the
Kuomintang governmet was short I'lltniNiA on
lived. With the outbreak of
hi si lities in 1941, a now terror,
under the Japanese flag, en
them. They were thrown into
internment camps by
ind K'l: to Ian
and suffer, ev< n as their
ipii I Europe.
With V-J day, an I Dera-
tion from the internment
] .1 lint Dis-
n mittee, using funds
reeeivi d
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IN V.\l> K' >H I'M'i: COUNTY,
r mill v. IN cm VNCEIIV
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icine to the hopeless and hoi
14.000.
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for Xew thi He- n itick is hrrkhy given thai
it Aid S etywenl ;
MAI ill) I'l.ANTKUINli >', .,, 11.;
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n and tin
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ply ts which
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A ns did the same.
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the U. S. imn and natu-
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exe itive din I to issue cor-
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then .ii and paved
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3.
Al tl rllAS,
had >een in constant contact with
the efugi the oc-
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exti :.d its coi; lavit to
2,000 more.
The news brouyht joy to the
despairing survivors, huddled in
filth and d in slum ware-
houses along the Whang]
front. Three thousand had al-
ready been cleared and were
ready to take pass,
)t was available.
Now the first 77 have arrived.
They were met in San Francisco
by the representatives of USNA,
made comfortable, outfitted and
dispatched to waiting relatives in
California, Oregon. Ohio. New
York. New Jersey, Michigan and
v. isconsin.
The others wait, 77 out of 14.-
000 is a minute proportion. But
the weary, beaten refugees hud-
dling on the Shanghai Bund, sur-
rounded by the potpourri and
the flotsam of many wars, lost
as they are in the vast expanse
of hungry warring China, are
secure in the knowledge of at
least one fact.
They know that their ship will
come in and take them to a place
of peace and rest and freedom
from fear. They know that when
they disembark, friendly hands
will wait to greet and comfort
them in place of the tear gas,
tin clubs and the bullets which
await their less-fortunate broth-
ers at another pier.
Their saga is ending, and they
are tired, but thankful.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

'N 'KB VME1IIC W 1\\ i ..- i MEN i
INSTITUTE, at 1220 III |!|v.l .
th I
in :;''.. 1.
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DOMENICK T mi.ai'am
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VB.
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
STATE in' h'L-ORlli \
Tl I .n ISEBHINE Si-l.AI'Wi
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- :l-' you In ..... above
ty'eo 1 the 15th .1 i
of July, ivit; ol u. allesa-
tloni ..1 Id 1: 11 of Compl
taken .i | against you
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oi'utlve wei
the Jewish Floridian, n newspaper
published in Dade I !o inty, Florida
UATBD thla hum day of June, mi,
at Mi urn, 11
E. ii L.EATHERMAN
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SAM SI1.VKU. Deputy Oerk.
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
'i Conareea biiIk,
Miami ii.', Florida.
G, 18-20-87 7/4
LEGAL NOTICE
M iTICE IS HEREBY filVEN

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f the :ilTH \
LEON VRD II GRi >SS
EDITH TALE,
BURNETT ROTH. El" '
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Xo :
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C 1< .-f the 1 '11 i-ull '.nii-1.
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Deputy Clerk.
BURNETT ROTH,
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Vttorncj for Plaintiff
10 6/6-13 :"-^7
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IN THE CIRCUIT forRT OP ml
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rw,
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July 14. 19471 otl ...
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PAGE TWELVE *j€1st> Meridian FRIDAY, JUNE 20, ...101 AT LAST" TRULY NOLEN, President By TED STOIL Jewish Floridian Staff Writer Nosing its way through the morning fog under the Golden Gate bridge, and on into San Francisco bay, a strdnqe ship with a strange cargo greeted the eyes of watchers on the shore on June 5. The vessel was the SS. "Marine Lynx-" and her cargo consisted of 77 men, women and children, in mixed Chinese and Western dress, who were ending one of the longest sagas of the past decade. The 77 were the first contingent from a group of 14,000 Jewish refugees who had fled Central Europe before the war in a vain \ effort to escape from the Nazi terror. Tl ht led them to the other end of I th, and they came to rest in Shanghai, China. But their enjoyment of comparative under the Kuomintang governmet was short I'lltniNiA on lived. With the outbreak of hi si lities in 1941, a now terror, under the Japanese flag, en them. They were thrown into internment camps by ind K'l: to Ian and suffer, ev< n as their ipii I Europe. With V-J day, an I Deration from the internment ] .1 lint Disn mittee, using funds reeeivi d 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 LEGAL NOTICE IN Tl IK i Ill< I 'IT COl'IlT Ol I \ EXTH Jl'PIOI VI. rilUVIT, IN V.\l> K' >H I'M'i: COUNTY, r mill v. IN CM VNCEIIV No. ji >HN A \i IRKW rroi '\\ I :I.I.. Di-fvmliinl Pi i Ml: Ji HIN uvi iNNEIX, \ u (I N'i'W Jon you \I:I: iiKHKiiv iii:yiini:n to lum '. I' %  i %  A.D, .' R R LKATIIKIIMAN. I'lt'ik I'l It 1' : By \\ XI, w STi %  • MM;. I Api to t : t Court Konl) .;. AM \ .-. > bold III %  icine to the hopeless and hoi 14.000. IS v for Xew thi HeN ITICK IS HRRKHY GIVEN thai it Aid S etywenl ; MAI ill) I'l.ANTKUINli >', .,, 11.; Stii'ft, Mini %  • III III. c lie %  lit I I ol Dmli V T, A r I NO .11 tll.V >;i VNi ill El "I • %  KI:I:I.een in constant contact with the efugi the occup itioi ion I exti :.d its coi; lavit to 2,000 more. The news brouyht joy to the despairing survivors, huddled in filth and d in slum warehouses along the Whang] front. Three thousand had already been cleared and were ready to take pass, )t was available. Now the first 77 have arrived. They were met in San Francisco by the representatives of USNA, made comfortable, outfitted and dispatched to waiting relatives in California, Oregon. Ohio. New York. New Jersey, Michigan and v. isconsin. The others wait, 77 out of 14.000 is a minute proportion. But the weary, beaten refugees huddling on the Shanghai Bund, surrounded by the potpourri and the flotsam of many wars, lost as they are in the vast expanse of hungry warring China, are secure in the knowledge of at least one fact. They know that their ship will come in and take them to a place of peace and rest and freedom from fear. They know that when they disembark, friendly hands will wait to greet and comfort them in place of the tear gas, tin clubs and the bullets which await their less-fortunate brothers at another pier. Their saga is ending, and they are tired, but thankful. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  'N 'KB VME1IIC W 1\\ i ..i MEN i INSTITUTE, at 1220 III |!|v.l th I in :; %  %  .. 1. SA Ml i:i, T H \ IMRl I, • MYERS, IIEIM \\ ,v KA11. \\, NOTU'K IS HEREBY GIVEN %  %  Ing to ens 1 %  %  %  %  I'l.ACK, .1! R21I N 1: • ml t.. %  % %  u Ith tl %  • %  •'' lit Courl f J >adc C HARRY -i:i. 1.1:1: .in.irs 1. I:\I\SKV .1 \MI:S n r.\i:i:i:i,i. Mil.I.KB .\ I :i.l.. Attoi m 16/1 IN THE CIRC1 IT COURT OK THE %  11 Ji I'ici vienici IT IN wi'. ^":I!AV,"MN'"' XTV PU > MDA No 1099 DOMENICK T MI.AI'AM Bin.miff, VB. .Ii ISE1 HIM! A I.AI'AM, I 1 :• lidant ORDER OF PUBLICATION STATE in' h'L-ORlli \ Tl I .n ISEBHINE Si-l.AI'Wi 1 • Ml, Street, I) n, Ni w Jforli 1 New York. i %  I are hen by notified '" appear to ih BUI :l -' you In above %  ty'eo 1 the 15th .1 i of July, iv IT; ol u„. allesatloni ..1 Id 1: 11 of Compl taken .i | against you Let tola Ordi be p % %  oi'utlve wei the Jewish Floridian, n newspaper published in Dade I !o inty, Florida UATBD thla HUM day of June, mi, at Mi urn, 11 E. ii L.EATHERMAN By C S! r H 0f R^. U j t R d0Urt SAM SI1.VKU. Deputy Oerk. Solicitor for Plaintiff, 'i Conareea BIIIK, Miami ii.', Florida. G, 18-20-87 7/4 LEGAL NOTICE M iTICE IS HEREBY filVEN %  %  Mi \\li I' VMERA MART an I THE K.V.M IIA.M VIIT, 1 %  %  It O to 1 %  m, form. Raj II Brown, i Adolph A Hi llamli r. Is no .. .1 SI •. egisti'i lid nan u ith Hi' • "• rk of tl Courl ol l>adi Con • 1 YETTA SAM Vl-I'i IN in m r. M \RX M FEINRERO, 6 13 20-27 7 I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lO fll( %  ui dcr the fleiII ..us n I'RIEH.MAN INVESTORS, l t I Ell %  llrcull Court of Dade County, Florida. I.\\\ HENCE FRIEPM W Fll \ M ES I'lll I I i\l \ N I.' ITTIE FRIEDMAN V ppl 1 an 11 MYERS, HEIM \ \ A K M'l.AN. Ml Vpplicanta 1 I I 20-27 Ni ITICE IS HERERY GIVEN %  %  • M VRSII VI.!, HOTEU a4 %  t St.. Miami. Fli It Court of D ide C< HARRY 1-ADIX MEYER LAIllN S ge Ii, w %  l t< rk % %  : lunty, IN Ci lUXTY JUDGE'S Cl IURT, DADE COUNTY', FLORIDA No. I RE ESTATE OF BERTHA \\ I %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE xi ITH 'i: ed our f ,1 |„ for Final Diaehargi %  %  • BERTH \ WIT ed I that on 1 1111 || "• r. Blanl • ,| |,.,,i, i f the :ilTH \ LEON VRD II GRi >SS EDITH TALE, BURNETT ROTH. El I| and Leonard 11. Gross. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CI lURT IV AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN II:iBA 11: Xo : %  • NOTICE TO CREDITORS N RE ESTATE OF ||.\ BUCKSTKIX, d TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL H W ING CLAIMS OR |)HMANDS A1AINST SAID ESTATE Yo %  1 n i-d to t any 1 %  %  whli h yu 1 -1 the • IDA HICK..... '',. • aa, lo the 1 'I Cou Ij Judge ..: offke In th. 1 • %  i. 1 1 11 : %  ),! r Said claims %  • gal art%  • • md to l„sworn • Mm %  %  % %  '"• ',' ... v i'.i: x '' %  EI-A. F I rtFAH. V' WILLIA'-M' W^/A: %  • • .In, H 1-14 Congri I lldg v Florida 'i B-1J Vifti9;i tya>?afh*t>e can 1. tou IHl ol •tnaiiPtnl iulr.ci IIKICI, call 5-5844 1850 Alton Foad, M. 8. %  "• i 1 sctrc "•"• %  ". Wlllln, Furiral 0-itcltr LEGAL NOTICE 1\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN' \M> I'.'B DADE COUNTY, I'l.. iRIDA. !•> 'II VNOERY No l"i"'.l2 Mi 'Kills W EINBERO, Plaintiff, \.. 0 iR \ WEI N BERG, Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 1 1 DORA WEINBERQ, Al .1 iRESS I'Ms'N' >N\ N. You are hereby notified thai BU for divorce has been filed %  • ou You are required to tile .1 nVHten Appearance personally ..1 1111, \ nil the "lei i< of the uiiove styled Court, Mid Appearance •., be filed on June 30th, 1947, and, to fill "in Wl ill.-n .!.•' .1 my. in default ..f your so Inff K Mecroe i>ro eonfeaiia will ten-d :I^.I 111-1 you. Uuti l this L'MII day ..f May, 1947 K 1: LEATHERMAN, C 1< .-f the 1 '11 i-ull '.nii-1. Bj W. M. STIM'KINO, Deputy Clerk. BURNETT ROTH, ess 1 lldg*., Vttorncj for Plaintiff %  10 6/6-13 :"-^7 f GORDON LEGAL NOTICES IN THE CIRCUIT forRT OP ml ELEVENTH .11 |,|, ,, r] ,,..\i IN VND POR rABE rrirvSl PLORIDA. ix .•n\M-,:i :y N TY ] N ISIIAM B SMITH in Plaintiff, vs. WINIFRED SMITH, rw, OROFR FOR PUBLICATION TO: MRS, WINIFRED SMITH Care ol l-al New Castle Avi vi |rk. 1 il %  YOU ARE HEfl I REQnREDll file an Appi ; ,!,. ;i ,| | ri ,," above ... Iln .,,. | N f July 14. 19471 otl ... i-onfesao will 1,, in accordam e with tl %  J •id's d %  ""' liro I lated tlil~ niii ,1 E H I.EATHERMAX. Clerk of the fireuli Court By H \1 \v. s %  KIND, BDItNETT ROTH Attorni y foi 1 112 Congj esf 1 Miami, Florida. '. 13-20-27 T 1 1 ^^710 S W. 12th AV. MIAMI-, L|JH. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" MEMORIAL am FrE FUKERAL SOW 3S = WE OFFiaALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF N08THERH JEWISH FUNERAL H9MES In/omalioo Gladly Fuiruthtd on ftequed SERVING MIAMI BEACH t MIAMI Exclusively Jewish AMBUlA#ceS£RV(CB JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBUI4ANC SERVKJE 1336 WwAintfoa An. Miami Bch 6 DWA RO t NfiJfVMAM • ABE e4SN8B*8, Tr.ilo W#w Vvk: T8th Si, cd Att*tHiiain MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS __ SINGLE GRAVES. 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'!'" %  •* 1 %  •" ^wMfeJbiciidliigun VOLUML MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAYTiUNE 20, 1047 y. N. Special Group Begins Investigation if M ins heard. H, e g -. .'. S refusal to .npear at '' hearing was Lvealcd by Judge Emil Sanditoem. ch ,f the commitLe ai his conference. More than 50 reporters, representing the | of the world, Lked rep why a session Bwhich objective facts were to he present '• be held in Itair.era. Sandsti iem replied that lie Palestine government has so Mquested. Asked furthi why the comEttee had ac i ded to the reIquest, the n replied—obmbarrassment i government I refused to it the material ne correspondIll asked "to what extent will rnment deter:..' i of the comluif.ee." Sand n replied with %  %  touch .. that "the Pal[Btiiieg v not governm the ai if this com[uttee." The Arab Monday to I'-" aval of the puttee without incite A n from the exliufti of Jeru :i. read in all laosquej. the country's lArabs to n ranks and FIHUC:JU all infringepsti n hts." ttee held its VMCA buildand members Ptksecn vere subjected ;; r ity check. The EM i d te, Konstanti I"" 1 011 : yet arrived, and l**as:,: | by Dr Jhose \\*? 1 %  ite Yugoslav legate. The committee an[•nced :h:,t Jul) 5 had been set -ubmission l*ntten : ,, s by organi pw>nsancl individuals. JX* '"' were not ex E! 1 n 1 '" : week because k:, : • begin tourWftles;;ne : ; | ayThev PWtaowhow many days will i but they alem nightly. Agency Rejects Bi-National State Offer JERVS lit! .... %  JERUSALEM (1TA)—The United Nations Special Committee /or the ^Palestine this week began its work here by hearing repre/ natives of the Palestine government, who submitted a volumMod .•; a ous file of facts and figures on the situation in this country. The committee heard the official representatives under a tual ultimatum from the government, which said that it would jubmit its information at a closed session or not at all. The qovernment's stand was attacked by the press and the Jewish' Aqency, the latter body protesting the failure of the committee to have an agency representative present when the government mittee's headquarti Four members of the J. Agency executive are scheduled to be heard by the comm The text of the agem randum to be submit! committee will d I ably from the one subyear to the Anglo-American inquiry committee, While the latter did not contain an) of themandatory p iwer, the present memorand i British government with f to implement the provisions of the mandate. The agency sp iki m in David Ben Gurion and Shertok, testifying on the political aspect of the problem and Eliezer Kaplan and Dr. Bernstein on the aspects. The reli| ., s ui the Palestine Jewish community will be presented by a 11 tive of the Chief Rabbinate, whil< speakers for the Jew '. council will n educational and municipal m Representatives of Di Magnes' [child group, which nationalism, and of the A Israel will also testify. PRICE: TEN CENTS Green, A.F.L, Justice Roberts Give Support To Stratton Bill Pk arc w v to the countrvcom,,;,:,,!, „ u hlic hearfSL u at *e YMCA ""twhu-h will be th ie comHi Roth Elected P*l IWV Head EtaliiV Miaml attorney, ^ 1 department ETJ Mda Jewish %  hi %  club. H. KEJ' %  ne-day conE?ui eld „ 1 1 M i Beach first World hold this posi|^' r ., : : a e Frank Von : vice comtaE S G^dman, ud 8e advocate. Be urg; inch,,. 1 Abe Adar, St. Jrank Busky. JackfS!ce0bbie ""-nthal. *.„;,,. ,., installed SSSf mayor of Group to Sponsor Ten 'Pop' Concerts Miami Beach "Pop" Con sociatii .ii. Leo Ei ensti man, is announcing ies of ten Satui lay > • %  ncerts beginning June 28. The Unive itj I M Concert orchestra with guest ductors and sol ill be featured throughout the seas >n certs will be held at thi E park bandshell at 8:30 p First eorvert will be undi baton of .Modesto All an have Robert d .r.\ ford as soloist. He will f tions by George Gershwin, Conductors I the series will inclu le R Crawford. Gerard Haft and quin Nin-Culmell. S include Cecilia Deuenas, s ; Sarah Folwell, soprano; Mayer, pianist; Ai I tenor; J taquin Nin-Culmell ist; Bela Urban, Jean Bedetti, 'cellist. Zionist Youth Groups To Meet In Jacksonville Jacksonville (Fla ) Zi ready to receive s me 150 %  Judeans from the six S states comprising the I will attend the 26th annual clave from June 22-25, Highlights of the fou vention will include such events as Palestinian choral ... swimming. Softball. contest, trai k m et, boi socials, camp day, weinei business sessions, institute, round table discussions, a final banquet and dance, and .. day at the beach. r.< sent for the annual i (Continued on page 4) %  i • Jewish .,,, e /;. %  oromitl 9 need l %  %  %  the W I suggest i %  1 cated I con' %  to : m the %  ne quest Arms Factory Dynamited By Underground Admission Of DP's Won't Affect Labor WASHINGTON (JTA) — Wiliam Green, president of the IV. An explosion beAmerican Federation of Labor, 1 to have been ''"' former Supreme Court Jus.'• Jewish underground %  "'' Owen J. Roberts strongly a clandestine aims facu cl tnc Stratton bill, pro,. a -pel viding for the admittance to the tment bouse Wednesday United States of 400,000 DP's over to the discovery of a four-year period, at hearings on I bl iw up British head'he measure by the House subcommittee on immigration. mists i The AFL president urged that tunnel from the cellar the U. S. take the lead in "opening leadits doors to the displaced persons, 1 where more unless we are to make a mockery s and soldiers are of the principles for which we They planned to dig (ought in World War II." He al iut five yards id, pack it with di building. said that even if the entire current quotas and all unused quotas from the war years set aside for the DP's from each country, this would be far less than necessary for the refugee groups. "It is obvious tiiat if we are to offer sanctuary to the displaced refugees of Europe, we must enact emergency legislation which will temporarily waive the present Federation Committees Selected By Directors ganizations, the • ; i Federad nt that •'" n t last 1 being made of overlap-j quota restrictions," he added. and bu meetings and Green was questioned closely 0 f journals l,v Rep. Ed Gossett, Texas Demon of ads to raise funds and the establishment of a sonnel pi actice governnship between the Jewemployees. Du. tier Federation > on a personnel nizatioi ire time and I the whole 400,000 could be adp es including mitted in one year without afY •. ues and Bureau of fecting the employment situa. authorized by tion. He stressed that there are ttee, finding a number of nurses, doctors and :.. ;u quarters for Fedagricultural workers among the on special FedDP's who could fill our urgent n.> problems and manpower shortages in these .inn:. Ad point' I by J Klass, ixi. uti %  crat, on the possible detrimental effect that the immigration of 100.000 persons a year would have on the unemployment problem. The AFL leader replied that it would have such little effect, in view of the fact that over half those entering would be i and children, and that J .', I I I K : lei f 1 I the 1948 Federation hi ttee, guiding Jack Ablln, I! u V|>l<\ Sam 1 Hank, Shepard II. ; ... i; i r, > tinued on Page 4) fields, but urged safeguards to prevent their exploitation as a source of cheap labor. The president of the American ition of Labor touched upon the situation of the Jews in Europe. Hebrew Academy Gets Properly i i u %  i ave. • i %  ication i %  David lent : thi %  fanu mmunity. ml) envis iture ., we instruct our yoi boys r elementary school age an '" m ditions of our pi ••in the academy," motivated and that is to ... i' generation an ynthesis winch will SUp( rior secular A ith a pi ogressive and rew educ in. As lucaplanning courses and thi fine arts and hich canttei and .. .v rk an citizens. uiowledged educatmeas..i ol a finely ... .. ated program An tion is being h will completel) building purand which wUl .. the necessary facilities ,. n and up-to-date ilishment. facilities will be an which will seat 'MO, n. kitchen facilities, up-to-date library, infirmary, air) classrooms, lounge .:, outdoor athletic field, and atures oJ a modern uonai institution. The ar, ts in charge of the rehabilitation and design of the building ne Sternfeld and Channing. Enrollment is in progress for loys and girls of elementary school age as well as for kindergarten groups for children from J to li. The school will provide tunches for all children, as well ,s transportation to and from the school. School classes will begin Sept. 8. Among those who are helping in the sponsorship of the academy are Samuel Grundwei g, .Mitchell Reiner, Samuel Reiniiart. Isidor Goldberg. Joseph Rose, Aaron Lauer, Louis Miller, A. M. Bear, Louis Lobel, Benjamin Sherry, Benjamin Appel, Dr. iiwin Makovsky, Jacob Cohen, A. M. Levitt, Kalman Luria, Samuel Schachno, Joseph Rosenz.veig and Ira Roseiuweig and many others. Among the rabbis .vho are endorsing this project are Irving Lehrman, Moses Mes,-heloi'i', Joseph Rackovsky, Murray Qrauer, Max Shapiro and Leon Kronish. Attorneys who cooperated in the various matters connected with the purchase of the new academy were Herman Berk, Martin Genet and Morris Rosenberg.



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PflDAY, J UNE 20, 1947 n r & Mrs. Stevens Leave For Honeymoon In North Ulr their recent marriage a1 ,,', ,. ,„ v Plaza hotel, Dr. am pheodore R. Stevens are on ^tended wedding trip to ilina, Washington, D. ( N .,. York City and the Chantenac in Quebec. Mrs. ... is the former Charlotte daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack Bernstein of the Wal,, ,tel, Miami Beach. G veil i" marriage by her father, i l>ride was attcnd ed by ra Herbert Bernstein, matron D f honor, and Miss Dorothy Stevens of Chicago, maid of honor. The bridi wore a white gown of ind lace and carried white orchids. Her attendants wore blue and pink, with hats and accessories. na attended the Uni: Miami. Her husband ite of the college of it the University of Illinois 'i.l interned and was .sician at Beth Moses Brooklyn, N. Y. He batallion surgeon with Army during the war. A dinm r .it the hotel followed the ceremony. Upon the couple's return to Miami, they will residi : 1011 Bay dr., Normandy ^J!V^pr.r/dSar PAGE FIVE To Install Pledges Seymour Shafer, Bride To Say Vows Sunday Hiss A I • Sachs, daughter of M. J. Sachs, of lino, and Seymour D Shafer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol r, 1271 S. W. 21st St., will be v. June 22, at 7:30 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Orthodox 0 'ii. 590 S. W. 17th ive Rabl Murray Grauer will perform thi ei emony. Miss M na Sachs, sister of the bride, will come from Cleveland to be maid of honor. Miss Harriet Mitchell, Cleveland, will be J seph A Levine will be best man for Mr. Shafer, and Martin Rabinowitz will usher. A recepti m will be held at the nide's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sachs. 2320 S. W. 25th st., at 8 30 p.m. Miss Sai hs attended schools in Cleveland Mr. Shafer was graduated I. im the University of attended Harvard few Si %  :. After an extended trip north. > to live in Miami. Among ut-of-town guests will Ml Harry J. Friedland. of ukporl :, Y.. uncle of Miss Sachs Installation of pledges of Theta chapter of Nu Beta Epsilon, national legal fraternity, will be I held at the Sands hotel this afternoon at 4 o'clock. A celebration at the Kity Davis theater-restaurant will be held afterwards. Chancellor Gcrshon Miller and Vice Chancellor Harlan Street will conduct the ceremony which will mark the formal pledging of the following law students at the University of Miami law school. ^ Manfred Berliner. Sheldon Courshon, Jack Courshon, Button ('"hen, Seymour Kostoff, Jo ( ph Malek, Stanley Spieler. Her nan Staiman, Bert Sager, A r t h u r Klein, Arthur Touby and Alfred Nesbitt. Showr. above (left to right) are Marcie FrinmtU u u i Stanley RoseEddy Gordon. B^wSttJ^jF'Z ^1 ^^ S,Uart Lubi?z Sterling, children from the Beth David cZ'arlZ ^"HT'l L R bert S,erUn OTd ud Y supper, from their fathers ,or a r^^DaZXZo^ ^^^ "^ S6CUre Beth David Children Raise $10,000 Sunday In behalf of the current building fund campaign of the B David Con m a group of youngsters last Sunday "inv l< I the Hotel Alcazai dads were attending a "Father and Child" breakl aored by the stud.'ills of Beth I Hebrew and Sunday school I ing banners calling upon their fathers to make Iributinns to the fund, the children raised m a ly sio.ooo. The program was in I %  f the boys and girls. Fn I S as chairman, called upon Ki I Myers and Estelle Greenbi tell why the younger gem feels a new synagogue ni idi Ben Essen responded i ir the fathers. Other speakers were • .' t Schei H ;.; witz, %  Heiman, pn nt of the %  M %  v %  blage by 3 children ng, The world is a camera: keep' smiling, pli PHILLIPS PLUMBING and HEATING SUPPLIES Phones 3-1830 — 3-7116 2415 N. 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PAGE TEN vJeHlstnoridfrtr FRIDAY, JUN g 20, 194 7 RABBIS TO F/ALUATE GOOD WILL MOVEMENT AT CCAR CONVENTION Rabbi B. Benedict Glazer (left) of Detroit and Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg (right) of Toronto. Canada, will deliver papers on the subject: "A Reevaluation of the Good Will Movement at the fifty-eighth annual convention of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, it was announced by Dr. Abraham J. Ftldman of Hartford, convention program chairman and vice-president of the CCAR. The convention, to be held in Montreal, will open on Tuesday evening. June 24th, with the presidential address ot Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland. J. J. Millers to Have California Honeymoon In Califon J .%  .J S the I I K %  %  Tl ril ; by Ral Leon K '" n I ir Kaplan. Na\ %  %  tip ill I slip] She I a B I and i • %  Theod H. M ".: H .. Out of 1 Mr and c: i si 'n. ('. ( : N( ".• Y. Mr '. I Mi at 2460 pi. aft turn 1 Tempi Israel Men Hear Bowl Officials if the %  : tt Cl PU : %  peak Tl : pli Is: a< I I: at the temple : .; N E 191 i si %  Judgi \ %  iginally led to ad • L the da; when lid "t vt tickets • hi 11 nge Bowl game, ," sketched plans II ity of 05,000 1948 New Year's Day rid a weekecedCla; II t tl In the vited to play. I ilivei ed a bio%  Ik in the life of P Benj imin, who a i v< d if Confederate lent Jeffen n Davis during W h lirman of the ttee, introduce J cently been appointed pnairW of the Community Chest of Dado County. c Reynolds who helped organize the Chest drive in 1926 „nd re orgamzed it in 1939, has held .very other post in the drive during h.s years of association with it. Pressed as to his opinion of h.s new duties, he stressed the importance of the Community Chest to the c immunity as a whole and stated his primary goal as being the indoctrination of this importance into the community. Reynolds has bi lent of the YMCA and is now, in addition to his other duties, president of the Negro Service council. He was a director of Community war service for the Civilian Defense Council, past president of Rotary, and a member of the advisory committee if the University of Miami. The gates of prayer an sometimes open and sometimes closed, but the gates of repentance are ever open.—Midr.. HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 DIAM OND | | CAB PHONE 3-4627 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 %  ;iSE\STEI\ • RurfJtoA ., cco Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All Your %  KSrWL ESTATE PROBLEMS '2 Ye.irs of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beati ASK FOR Kosher Zion PRODUCTS AT YOUR Local Delicatessen This label in sures your • %  U. S. Gov't inspected. Demand R! Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beef Pastrami 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 LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can .or Sam uel Kelemer. F lay evening services, 5:30 p.m. to 5:50 p.m. TOUBY MINTING CORP. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Cohium A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap Ian, rabbi emeritus. lay evening at 8:15. regular Sabbath evening services. Rabbi Kaplan will speak on "The Synagogue and the PsycholI the S ibbath Institution" and will conduct services in the absi me of Rabbi Zwitman. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews ave., Fi. Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. On Friday evening, June 20, at 0 p.m.. the Bar Mitzvah of Stuart, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bcrthold, will take place. Rubbi David Raab will conduct the service and preach the sermon on the subject of -Youth Is Our. Future." Stuart, who was trained' in the religious school, will read from the Bible and deliver a brief message to the congregation. A reception will follow arid all members of the Temple and their friends are invited. '3-5000 ** MULd* SttmmL MIAMI M. rLOJUD A



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i' PAGE SIX *Jn*ifttr/(finr FRIDAY. IUNE 20, 1947 Harold Rothlein to Wed New York Girl June 28 Wedding of Miss Gertrude Hurewitz, daughter of Mrs. Rcbekah Hurewitz, of Brooklyn, and Harold Rothlein. son of Mrs. Ethel Rothlein, 1040 Washington ave.. Miami Beach, will take place Saturday. June 28. at 8 p.m. al Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will perform the ceremony and a reception will follow in the Talmud Torah. Mrs. Robert Rothlein will be maid of honor for her sister-inlaw, and flower girls will be Marilyn Horwitz, cousin of the bridegroom, and Susan Zeientz Robert Rothlein will serve as besl man for his brother. Miss Hurewitz is a student at Adelphi college in New York, where she is studying for a bachelor of science degree. Mi Rothlein, a graduate of Miami Be 11 I High school, is a student at Columbia university The couple plans to tour F after the wedding and will go on to New York, where they will live. Out-of-town guests will include Mi Jack Wohlberg, aunt oi Mis? Hurewitz: Mrs. Al Fleishman, Dr and Mrs. Morton Hurewitz. brother and sister-in-law ol Miss Hurewitz, all of New Yo Mr Rotklein's grandpan nts are Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Ohiiii"!'"*" LEGAL NOTICES i..ii>. WH> 1,1 I. I IllneWI, Hvod he! •• foi llrooklyn, N. 1 dn LEIBOWITZ Servlcei M .':•"""••' tt %  ,, ..; |S!"I .-' w Houilh lime l Mi 11 V' 'v";' ol \ ami and n lal waa In Mi n i' I i' : %  %  FRIEDMAN Ml v i' ml 1 nn, 17. of llin 1, ,1, Mil !' %  '•" h. !' %  ''• || aw *> JlimII. LEGAL NOTICES ill,-, H'RT I "•• THE : |,|: ''| ;;; ^ K '|V 'K,^, : ;,^ ; tioVSld>lTrfo t'll/nai -i ..mil... I ... Pictured (leHt to right) are the newly elected officers ol ALS chapter ol BBYW. They are Anita Gurkey. treasurer; Evelyn Greenfield, secretary, and Lee Rosenberg, president. Banquet, Dance Fete New ALS Officers Rabbi Lehrman Honored By Youth Organizations Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Community C ni' turpi day tribute at the Sabbath vii 1 s held June 14 when I nted with ing thai 50 trees had I 1 : '. nor for 1 tim tei a thi B'rith Youth Jamt Spitz ng the I B'rith Girls' chapti rs, and Burton Farbi r, representing the AZA boys' chapl pi < sentation, which \\ 1 memoration of Rabbi Lehrman's thday. Sholem Lodge to Hear Advertising Director Guesl the luncheon meeting of the Sholem • 12 15 p.m. at the Downtown club will bi John T. Rid ired naval officer and director of the I )a> tona Beach Advei I gency. Mr. Ridgeway will speak on economic trends in the United SI ti s and the economic picture. He will in ni iduced bj William Pallot San Sih di nt, will presidi Installation of new tl 'ers of ALS chapter of BBG was hold recently at a banquet and dance at the Shelborne hotel. Miimi Beach. install! d were Lee R :dcnt: Barbara Brown. vice president; Evelyn Gi en| ng secretary; Lila p mding secretary; Anita Gurkey. treasurer; R n and parli 1n, and Mai ilyn Honig Shlafrock, 1 1 nts-atMiss Gertrude Carnovsky. %  ir of girls' work. District 5, speaker. A gift w as pi 1 sented to Miss Edith Shii r, sponsor of the group, :n honor of her recent marriage 1 Bi rnard Applebaum. Joann Shier. Claire Dav and Lee R %  will i the I)..-11 i( I i • %  ntion in Wash:. next week. Fratority Will Hold Swim-Dance On Beach Frat tj 1 Tempi* Beth Sholom will again hold a swim-dance at the Blackstbne hotel on Suni June 22. Swimmers will find the cabanas open for then use at 8:30 p.m. Dancing .-tarts at 9 p.m., with improved facilities bi 1 d. *' poll |>.\l>i; ('i)L'KT^ IN 11 VNCKKV. No. n 19 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IK.VNNK MNP.I Plaii CoRNKLirM J IHNKBN, 1., •:. • ilanl %  iF FLORIDA: Xi 1 C< iRNBLII '> J IHNEEN, 1 1. ill. Vvenue, Maryland. tlfled and ordered Hill of Complaint f-i ... 1 lig.diiHl .11 the above or before the l .ill daj ..1I1. 1 is., the altaga.1 Bill ol "omplalnl will be „ %  ,..,,.. —.. 1 agalnrt you. 1.. 1 b e publlahe 1 once a week for four coiiaeentlve week* In the JEWISH PLORIIHAN, a newsIt ned in 1 ';nie 1 'ounty. Plor" |'i VTKI1 thi* I9lh d ly of June. 1947, • M Count)'. Plorlda. U II l.i: \ TIIKKMAN. Clerk of CI11 nil 1 •"int. Bj P. J. i'.i'1'l.l'. Deputy Clerk. S \U SILVER. s<>ili toi in: Plaintiff. .... 1 Mlii ni. Pin :'. 7 I-II IN THB CIROVIT 1.,1 i;T ,,<;r~~I1TH JUDICIAL 111:, T I fJJB POR DADK COUNTY PUmftJP IN CHANCERY. L "' A No. II MARILYN BA8HI0N Plaintiff, vs. LOUIS A. BA88ION, I defendant ,? RDE OF PUBLICATION STATE OP l-'l.8tn Btreel N. w Washington, H. C. You are hereby notified and to appear to the BI ..1 1 Olvorce filed again*, atyled caUH i i„ ... u of July, 1947; otherwl i h alleS* taken us confeeiied ..; ,1 • 1 v ,„. Let this Order be week for four con*c the Je ish Plorldi' publiahed In Dad< i ii'i," DATED thla 19th v ,,iit Miami, Dude County, I %  :. li. LEA i Hi UMAN," Oterk ..i Bi P i liol'Ll) SAM SILVER. ** Solicitor for Plaintiff, IT":: itongiesa Ill Miami Florida. %  2fl 27 7 1-11 BOARD MEETING There will be a board of directors meeting of the Coral Gables Jewish Center at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Richman, 235 Santillane ave., (Xoral Gables, on Monday. June 23. at 8:15 p.m. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M .TICK IS HER I BY U1VEN Ih H enffaftc li Ihi GEMS Chapter BBYW Sends 3 to Convention iiiMiu* ri ni. %  •! \! LAN XK Ti i.N '"• • al 3334 S W i ... e with thi I i hi t I til l.i.i. A LI \N LEVIN >N IVAN SHERRY ites from the GEMS, Mi"' %  *; >U>MON .... „..,.... of BBYW, to • %  Disti ict 5 c mvi ntion in W %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (SIVEN thai i m l, | %  i. ... i,, engatp li under the flctltii u* ll ime of %  LIT. 79, • 1240 N VV :' % %  li Stn et, VI I. Klorl.la. intend I nald It li : •'• i. of the Circuit f n ul, i'.. i ity. Ploi Ida. .1 \COII HYMAN .;! %  : %  tRilE i: BURNEY PRANK i: SMAN, Vii • V ppl li 1-27 7, 4-11 NOTICE rs HEREBY OIVE.N that • ninge li. i.iHi. r %  >me of n.\:\:\ s RESTAURANT, al 26 IHth Vllan I He ii li, lnt< nd to regi IMi the COI'RT' IN AN 11 |-i iR le\|.|: COUNTY PLORIDA. IN PRoRATK No, In re: Estate of Qi'EENIE STEL1 v MACHTEI, di • NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltoi nml vii i 11.,\ Ing > 'lalma oi I %  siiil I0sl.il. : You, and each ol notified .iinl required i-iiiims and demand either %  you, maj i eatate of (JUEENIE STKLI. v MACHri:i, dei .I-..I. late ci I • ol.County, Plorld i. the Hoi P Blanton, Count] • Dade i'.,niii\. .III.I file • %  • in the Count) i Dade %  'ounty, Ploi Ida, ulthl months from the daii %  -• liubllcatlon hi reof. .%  Is to contain thi the flalnmnl and lo In preaented aa aforenald, lie liai n d. .• .%  i ..!.Act. Bute, June 1Mb A li H M M veil i I:I. Aa AdmlnlHtrati of ylKENIE STELLA M \eili i:,. dei i H-. .i Rl ISENHOUSE & W iSENHtl At tor m w.-;::e. o conveiiiion in wasni — next we k will be N0TICE UN DE R_FJCT,T,OUS NAME ^^ UNQER F|CT1Tlous NAME Miss Leila Gros. daughter of Mr \,,-|n-' is HHREBY OIVBN : LAW %  mil Mrs T ,hn firoes R9Q <,., %  ,n,\ the undi-r^lgl NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV KN thai •in" M .1 S, %  -.! Si. on ed, deslilng to i ngage In diami Beach; Miss Carol SOUTHERN DELICACIES lm name of m rl oi'ihteiof Mr -md v lv ~' Av( % %  Miami, Kl 11 & r. KtlSIIER MEAT AND BELI on, aaugniei oi Mr. ana ATESSEN MARKET, I SO4 B W I %  1.' S i] nmn. I:>01 Bay dr., of the (' I Avenue, Mia Pin Intend to indv Isle and Miss Beverlv ''' h "'" l ''' l( f ,1 ,, ARTHUR lloRiiK, ... Dade Cou Sherman, daughter of Mr. and New working commillees will be formed during the next meeting of the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, which is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach YMHA. Tuesday. June 24. This organization will continue to meet lhe second and fourth Tuesdays of each month during the summer. Sherman, daughter of Mr. and Louis Sherman. 6950 Bay Ir., N irmandy Isle. Mis Gi %  will continue nn to York, where she will visit andparents, and will then '. i Chii ig i and Canada Miss Solomon and Miss Sherman will go tn West Virginia, when 'hey will spend some time at Mi: Sherman's summer home. MYERS, HELM \N A K.WI.W. V11 in n I "BOB" PIERCE BARNEY PISHER A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1420 Congress Building MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 LOUIE'S ACME GLASS SHOP Safety Glass—Plain Glass %  G OOD SERVICE EXPERT WORK" MIRRORS RESILVERING 4402 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 7-5333 MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP NEW LOCATION 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST-CLASS BARBERS — MANICURIST — 220 West Flakier Street Phone 3-9218 %  "ft 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 MIAMI BEACH $ ualify 3ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenu* Phon 2-6141 "Pop" Concerts "SYMPHONY UNDER THE STARS" by THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI CONCERT ORCHESTRA with Guest Conductors and Soloists Ten Saturday Evening Concerts Beginning June 28,1947 at FLAMINGO PARK BANDSHELL MIAMI BEACH Season Book of 10 Tickets: $10; $7.50; S2; Incl. Fed. 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PAGE TWO *Jenist fhrid&n FRIDAY. JUNE 20. l 947 Personally Speaking Mr and Mrs. H. H. Miller and their sonLouis, have moved from their Miami residence to the Tower hotel. Miami Beach, for the summer. ^ Dr and Mrs. Milton Ttcener of Tarzana Calif., will be honored oy an open house a, the home of ^W**£ Joseph Traeqer, when '.her arrive here about Jul> xor „ 5S P wlm their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Traeger, 753 N. W. 22nd ct. § Mr and Mrs. Walter Kovner and son Jeffrey have l^JJ^'va Corpus Christ, Texas, where they will spend about 10 days with Mr. Kovner's parents. ^ ^ Mr and Mrs. Max Be:'man of 1441 S ; W. Fifth St.left Nov. 1. a.\=5M?w£tttftt week for Derby. Conn. and^New York. Mr and Mrs. Meyer Forer have moved into their new home at 1610 S. W. 20th st.^ Miss Jane Lenore Rich, "daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manny Rich^Ts/o Jefferson ave., M. >ch, has left for Washmgfnn P C and New York, where she will visit friends. Miss R?ckhaf just been graduated from Miami Beach High school. M : ss Mimsye Seiden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Se'den 441 !" Nautilus dr.. Miami Beach, has left for Philadelphia and New York for a visit. She will join her grandpa ens. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield in Dixville Notch New Hampshire. A June graduate of Miami Beach High school, she will enter the University of Miami this fall. Mrs Etta W. LeVine will -leave Miami for Chicago next week where she will join her daughter Nata ie. who is a student at the University of Chicago. Mrs_ LeVine plans ito make her permanent home in Chicago and while there will live at the 'Fairfax hotel. • • ..... ;, :: %  and Mrs. Nat Pollack, 1612 Michigan ave., V a : Beach, are Mrs. Pollack's sisters. Mrs. K. Lear of Chattaroc a nd Mrs. M. Klavner of Cincinnati. Ohio. • • Dr. ana Mi 1 Rand. 115 Second ter., Rivo Alto Island. have just returned from a two-weeks' trip in the North, wmie there Dr. ited hospitals and clinics in Philadelphia end attended the Centennial American Medical convention in Atlantic City. N. J., where he took in allergy meetings ana meetings of the American Heart association. Dr. and Mrs. Rand also attended the wedding of Mrs. Rand s brother. Lloyd Goodman, in New York City. • • Paul Silverman. son of Mrs. Jean Silverman. 1923 S. W. 23rd ter has left for New York, where he expects to spend the summer. He is a student at the University of Miami, where he is a cheerleader and is connected with the drama department. • • Charlotte Blumberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, 1285 S. W. 19th ter., Miami, will leave shortly for a few days' visit in New York, after which she will go on to Wortsboro, N. Y., where she will be a counsellor at Camp Lakota. • • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein, 1530 S. W. Fifth St., have 1 just returned from a seven-weeks' stay in New York, where ] they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. I. Weinkle, and new qranddaughter. Amelia. Mr. and Mrs. H. Sootin, 230 N. W. Second ave., will leave for New York on June 25 on an extended trip. Mrs. F. C. Weintrub, 1059 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, and daughter, Betty A., will leave tomorrow for an extended trip throuqh the state of Tennessee. Miss Josephine Esther Berman, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Berman, 74 N. E. 69th st. Miami, has been accepted for admission to Camp Sharon in Buchanan, Mich., a Hebrew-speaking summer center of the College of Jewish Studies in Chicago. She will attend the camp from June 30 to Aug. 25. • • Miss Rita Ruth Belov, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Belov, 27 Veragua ave.Coral Gables, left Tuesday for Philadelphia, where she will attend the wedding of her cousin. She wfll then go on to New York, where she will attend summer school at Columbia university. • Miss Belov is a student at the University of Miami, where she was awarded the Lead and Ink, honorary journalism fraternity, award for being the most outstanding freshman engaged in journalistic work. She was also named to the freshman honors list and to the dean's list. George Adler is in Jackson Memorial hospital where he is convalescing from a recent operation. Mrs. Frank Gldzer, 852 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, is leaving today for New York, where she v/ill attend the wedding of her cousin, Dorothy Roth, and the graduation of her nephew, Floyd Glinert. She will then go to Chicago. Mrs. Glazer plans to be away for about a month. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, 512 S. W. 21st ave., and children, Kenneth and Judy, will leave tomorrow to spend their summer vacation at the Copake Country club in Craryville. N. Y. Mr. Myers will join them in August. ftppel-Pertnoy Nuptials Scheduled for June 22 R bi Irving Lehrman will officiate mdlelight ceremonj I Mr, and U n. 4430 Royal Earl Pertnoy.sor. nd Mrs. Charles Wall. 5216 Pine T:< n Sunday. June 22 4 p.m.. at the Robert ntor G)!dnng Appel. cousin oi V V k. will r, while Mr. iosen his uncle. Shai to second him. yiiss K\ % % %  "• relativi s In m New I Mrs. Beverly Flax. :degroom s ng the 200 exof the I y Beach, and is if the pter. A Max Silver, Miami Attorney, Will Take Bride In Saturday Night Rites at the Everglades Hotel % %  %  ;• atended Johns Hop•v in Baltimore, is th the Mi :.'S pie will leave for an neymoon in md Canada, folng a buffet dinner. They • their home :n Miami their return. Claire E. Bandel Sets September 21 As Date A reo nt dinner party at the tel, Miami Beach. j th ision for the announcement I thi engagement f Miss Cl lire Elaine Bandel. Henry Bandel and D H Bandel, to Her. t Gordon, son of Mr and Mrs Ge -rge J. Gordoru. 1011 :••' irth st Guests at the party, including Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marco. Mr. Mrs Irving Horovitz and • Annette Penan, of Jacksonird the announcement of 21 as the wedding B >th Miss Bandel and her fiance hools Mr. Gor] dor. in the Mai im C irs. CARD PARTY Dade chapter of the National Children's Cardiac home will hold a get-together and card party on Wednesday. June 25, at the Cadillac hotel. Miami Beach. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. M. Wolff at the holel. %. urdine's $2-98 to BLUE DENIM PLAY FASHIONS Sanforized, washable, tiny priced! $ 5 .98 Good news! Here's another shipment of sturdy, love-to-play Blue Denims you'll want to pack in your vacation suitcase. Sizes 12 to 20 in the group. Comfortable, strap halter $ 2.98 Cuffed shorts with zipper closing, pr. $2.98 Overall with set-in belt and pockets, Pah $5.98 —Loafer jacket, red and white piped £ im $5.98 Culottes with two large pockets, braid trim .... $4.98 MIAMI .l:i: BEACHWEAR, i HIRD IM.. K nt ALHO AT BURDINETB, I.INci M.N Rl i.\|i An outstanding figure in local Jewish and municipal circles. Mr. Max R. Silver. Miami attorney, will take as his bride tomorrow night Miss Edith Seidenberg, of New York and Miami Beach, daughter of Mrs. Gussie Seidenberg. of the Bronx, N. Y. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will per! form the 8 p.m. ceremony at the Everglades hotel. He will be assisted by Rabbi Murray Grauer. Matron of honor will be Mrs. Leah Richman. sister of the bride, and Ben Silver will be best man for his brother, Mrs. Richman and Mrs. Seidenberg will come from New York to attend the wedding. A luncheon was held Thursday in Burdine's in honor of the bride. Hostesses for the luncheon, which included close friends of Miss Seidenberg. were Mrs. Ethel Shochet, Mrs. Harry Gordon and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Miss Seidenberg attended schools in New York City. Mr. Silver was graduated from the University of Miami law school. He is vice president and chairAtlanta Couple Wed In Beach Ceremony Two Atlanta (Ga.) visitors to J Miami Beach, Miss Regina Dozi| tos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dozitos, 462 Parkway dr. N. E.. Atlanta, and the Hotel Edgewater Beach, Miami Beach. and Lamar Krieger, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Krieger. Atlanta, were married Sunday, June 15. by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff in the Robert Clay hotel. Cantor Louis D. Fcder assisted. A dinner at the hotel followed. Maid of honor for her sister was Louise Do/itos, and Mrs. Mary Dozitos was matron of honor for her daughter. Maurice Krieger, Columbus, Ga., was best man. Out-of-town guests from Georgia were Mrs. E. M. Harris, Mrs J. M. Sarfaty, Mr. Naf Kfieger. Mrs. Victoria Sarfaty, /.'•Ha Harris, Mr. Max Krieger and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Blass, all of Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs, I Krieger, of Valdosta. m man of the i Miami Y.M.H.A.. a din %  Mia Jewish Orth : and on the boa Social Service bun au H i formerly legal ai I the Dade County B n and is now a mei the -id-j visory cornmitti e of thai zation. He is a thl law firm of Wasman and Silv with offices in thi Si ybold bldg After a recept n al '.he hole following thi i y. the coi pie will leave for a five-weal motoring trip I I'poi their return to Mian i, they wi| reside at the Hotel Everglades. EGNER & MULCAHY Custom Tailors Now Located at Room 202 Flagler-Lorraine Arcade m Phone 9-3231 I rATfSffiMS^ lUt^ilURSttn 322 OFFICERS Newly elected officers of A.Z.A. chapter No. 322 are Murray Shear, president; Robert Beskind, rice president; Martin Liebling. secretary; Billy Wilson, treasurer; Herbert Hirsch, sergeant-at-arms; Samuel April, chaplain; Bernard Ross, reporter, and Eddie Siegel. parliamentarian. The most exciting picture ever made! With the New Romantic Favor.te JAMES MASON "ODD MAN OUT" ROBERT NEWTON KATHLEEN RYAN fS< 5?5'



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FRIDAY. J UNE 20. 1947 Pastroff-Goldstein Rites To Take Place June 29 Kona Lucille Pastroff. daughter rf Mrs. Ann Pastroff. 1856 S. W. Utii ten, Will become the bride iflrvin Morton Goldstein, son of w r and Mrs. Alex Goldstein, 5828 Pine Tree dr Miami Beach. Sunduv. June 29. at 3 p.m. in Tempi',' [srael. Rabbi Jacob H. Kapbn will perform the cereDorothy Goldstein, sister of the bridegroom, will be maid of honor, and Marilyn Gerstein and Lillian Gross. Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority sisters of the bride, will bc bridesmaids. Alberta Hobauser, cousin of the bridegroom. w jU be flower girl, and Gladys Atlas, cousin of the bridegroom. will keep the Kucst book. garry Baker will come from Jacksonville to be best man for his cousin, and ushers will include Dr. Harold Sutker of Atlanta, Alfred Bork of Jacksonville, Eddie Pastroff, brother of the bride, and Arnold Scher. M:ss Pastroff is a 1945 graduate of Miami Senior High school. She attended Florida State College for W imen and the University of Miami, where she is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Goldstein was graduated from Miami Beach High school and the University of Pennsyh inia, where he received a bachelor of science degree in economic--. His fraternity is Tau Delta Phi, A veteran of three and one-half years in the Army, he is now associated with his father in business. The couple will honeymoon for two weeks in New York, after which they will live on Miami Beach until their new home is completi A reception will be held in Kaplan hall following the ceremony, and a family dinner will be held at the Shelborne hotel on M ami Beach. %  la will Include uncle* onil minis •m: Mr.Max Atlat 1 oh .11.,I Mow Sr.and M M linker and *>n and Elsli Mi Benny tli AI., Schemer, MM Mr. mid Mrs i-hiiiii, liork and %  %  II ome Dr, ana %  ''•' %  "•. Mi. and Mm Mr and Mrs, Abe ,V" : "nd Mi.-. EUdle • '!"'; %  will Include M ,1' • ,\ % %  Chicago; Mr 11 K, nick and don, Bd I. of the bride, ..f v" % %  ''.; ,: M Joe i.. In Blli her. Dr. ami B2A '.. %  Palm Baker of ClnclnJ,'""; %  in oome Mr. radley and Melvli %  • ni will be in. Sham; Dr daughter. Adele, of HEADS CIVIC AFFAIRS GROUP OF AM. JEWISH COMMITTEF Ben Herzberg (above), former w tistani United States Atton the Southern Districi ol New %  > has accepted chairmanship ol tlie American Jewish (ummittee's reconstituted < ommittce on Legal and Civic Affairs, into which the AJC Law Committee and tht I and Investigative Committee have been merged, it was announced this week by l)r John Slav.son, \ |( Executive Vice-President. In addition to combatting anti-Semitism, the new group will also plan (or American Jewish Committee participation in cii ic affairs. Emanon Clubbers Plan Athletic Program, Dance Members of thi will enter inl gram after thi Wednesday, June 25 at ami Y.M.H A Chuck Klein letic director of the V. ning a varii I p am, whii include baseball, basketball volleyball. A picnicfor ,!i be held at Greynolds park Sui June 29, tend should mi mi Y at 10:30 a.m. for trans] Nat Etkin charge of arrangements. panics Live On Beach After June 1 Ceremony after .I'V ili K i a full-lei %  %  B I blue ouquet of 1 %  %  thu Frank K>rkl luded *>m, and Mrs s I the nd Mrs. 1 'ated from Miami B %  • bride attended % %  of Miami an I • DEBBS chapte Bnai men. ittended the I York veti an of in ii :. which were spenl th • Miss Moidell to Marry Maurice Silber Sunday Myra Moidell, daughter of Mr •"' Mrs, Bwi Moidell, 1006 M,. "dian ave., will become the on Sunday, June 22, at 2 11 • %  Miami Beach Jewish %  %  "l Maurice J. Silber, son and Mrs. David Silber. 850 Ocean dr. Lehrman will officiate at the ceremony, during %  the bride will be attended ";' "'• wter. Barbara, while Stanley Silber will act as best man. Out-of-town guests are expected fro,,, Pittsburgh, Pa "*•" M dell attended il befon entering the Qni' Mfami. She is a mem%  Bi ,ch Junior .'%  >her is a graduate of 'Is rn Poughk. i psie X Y jnd i h( Univ He served ft I Amy '' %  • instructor %  ''. ••' Point Military acadi rhe newlyweds will make I m Miami Beach after a rive-week honeym ion in Pittsburgh, Boston and New York A dinner attended by 35 guests will follow th* ceremony. PAGE NINE 13 DEBBS Delegates j To Attend Convention Official delegates from the Miami DEBBS chapter, BBYW, U the District 5 convention in Washn, D. C, will include Miss Bernyce Badanes, Miss Dolly Fishbein and Miss Paula Lach, newly elected officers of the group. They will leave today. Combining business with pleasure, the three girls will vacation with friends and relatives in th North. Miss Badanes is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes, 12B S. W. Ninth ave. Miss Fishbein is the daughter of Mrs. S. Fishbein, 2020 S. W. 24th ter„ and Miss Lach is the daughter of Mrs. fsider Lach, 574 N. E. 94th st. T i feel rich, trim your wants down to your needs. NOW delivering America's most premium gift. Blieve it or not, A RADIO IN A BOTTLE 110 volt. AC or DC. A tubes, Try a sample today,. $32.95. Agents wanted throughout the state. Write wire or phone Harry S. Schwartz Co.. 1800 S. W. 17th St., Ph. 2.4429. Shipman Stamp machines also available. AUTO PAINTING UPHOLSTERY SEAT COVERS Phone 3-0519 RUDY'S GARAGE CADILLAC and PONTIAC SPECIALISTS Body and Fender Work Expert Motor Repairing 3018 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI 37, FLA. THE Holland House 4760 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 7-9748 Chef Special DUTCH STEAK SANDWICH DAILY BLUE je%  PLATE from W> Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 9 to 11 A.M. Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drinks Owned and Operated by HARRY G. 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fliDAYJUNEjOli!!! *Jenist i far id fan PAGE THREE was mo"" jeinhard. #tJune 11. Mr. and M MS All 1 'the held Wednesday ""' "" r !i ce of Miss B at thehome of **bee Meyer and R Uul8 A. Cherry. {£*£ Jue parents of Mrs. Ra n ln ^cob Kaplan ottici led. fi inner Carolyn occasion f tn '" Sywed" uple's return from a jjeymoon Mexico. The couple was married June 1 TeTides hotel, by Rabbi IrvM.,x,n, Cherry Z bride's sisler acted as m Jtanor o"P tlal ceremony Juiethc I degroom '"' Mrs Samuel Heinhard, ILii hls l -" the '-Harold. -" ; n t Out: U ests ;lt lno wcd_ dine included relatives and Edsf. m Newport, R. L; LynL i Asbury Park and son of Mr. of The bride, tin brook. and Washington, N, .1 D.C. | ua te of Miami Beach Reinhard is now ess administra'niversity of Miami, of Rose chapWomen. Her te of the Unirved over four Army, most of Pacific. making their C >ur1 apartments, .' ...nil Beach. aon ier. B'nai B Mrs. LeVine to Be Feted By Friends At Luncheon A fa incheon in honor n LeVine, a past Miami chapter of .1 of Jewish ing Miami to a in Chicago, will June 21, at the itel. being feted by the M s F.hy Stone. Norte Selig, Isaac Rudy Adler. M 1. Daniel Cromer. I ti njamin MeyEthel Rothib Eppstein. S. A Wolf and e daughter of Mr and Mrs. Sidney Meyer, 583 N I56lh St.. was alt, .ml, ,l by h,., s.ster, Miss Patsy Meyei honor and bridesmaids in.luded Miss Nancj i: Highland Park. 111.; Joy Mo Airs. Joseph Davis and Mrs, Clarence Herrick, | .>„. bridegroom. Clarence Herrick, Great Neck. L. I., brother-in-law if the bridegroom, the son of M Schechter. Greal Neck, aid the late Dr. Nathan Schechti best man, and ushers v, Wulfson, Joseph Dav: .'varron, and Robert Radnitz I York, who was a classn bridegroom at the University ol Virginia. Given in marriage by he; father, the bl ide -A .... n 0 f white chantilly lace, with illusion that 1 and extended down tin front >; the dress as a panel appliqued with the lace. Her long illusion veil fell from a coronet ol moyenBge design, mad, ,\ chantilly lace. Whil siephanotis were combined in her cascade bouquet, i antique filigree hi The bride wore a double strand of Oriental pea:].-, which v. gift from iu : mother, the late Mrs. L son, and she can ied Iu lace handkerchii I that was cai rled by he:patei rial grandm I Mis. Moi :•./ Mi j er, on !;< wedSilversteins In Bermuda After June 13 Wedding Honeymooning in Bermuda are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gilbert Silverstein, after their wedding at the home of the bride last Friday. Tin' bride, the former Barbara Irving, is the daughter of Mrs. Basil Pollitt, 2222 S. \V. 18th ave., and the late Dr. HUlel T. Irving. Mi-. Silverstein is the son of the nployed by the Milepartmi at. N i date has been set f ir the announcing the engageil ii>daughter, Molly, in h'yman Kesselman of Havana. p ubi the daughter of the Minnie Engler, and he is the .-HI of Mrs. Pearl Ki rk. a graduate of [late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Silver%  Sen].,,High school and s '^in. of New Jersey and Miami attended the Univ< rsity of Miami, Beach. Given in marriage by her brother, Hille] T. Irving, jr., the in ide was attended by her sister. Miss Natalie living, and by her %  in-law, Mrs. Hi I lei T. Irving. Murray N. Silverstein was : %  ins brother. The bride .. aduate of College for Women, %  she majored in home economics and was chosen for nieinj> in Mortar Board and ron Nu. A graduate of MiB ach High school, Mr. Silittended the University where he was a memif P. Lambda Phi fraternity. He served in the European theal war with the Army for three years. Tlie couple will make their in Trenton. Hollywood Man Takes N. Y. Girl For Bride l Mrs D iokol iw of %  :. Sol, I D. B i the ie late David BaraduYbrk luate of South lOl .,11,1 He '• Voik sch i"i She also in an FAMOUS RESTAURANT IN DOWNTOWN N. MIAMI AVAILABLE AT S30.000 1953 lease at SI50 monthly. Excellent Season MoneyMaker. Off Season and Fine Year-Round Business. A MoneyMaker and WE MEAN MONEY-MAKER Every Day of the Week, E ery Month in the Year! Please contact K. M. P.O.Box 2973, Miami 18 lege, N irthfi "' • %  lor of art Mr %  ei It duty in I iple plans ding day. u w A graduate ol Mounl Vernon Neck, after a C seminary, Washington, D. C, thi n a Gi will inbride attended thi Cushman school and M Jewish Home for Aged Jr. Hadassah and Masada Red Cross Drug Store To Hold Regional Meet Has Its Name Changed A joint I ting of thi Southeastern Region of Junioi Hadassah and Masada will be held on Saturday and Sunday. June 21 and 22. in Jacksonville, according to Miss N mkel, president of the Southi Region of Juni Delegates to attend the meetrig from the local unit I M vill be Harold C, Shapiro, president of the Southeast* rn R ,f Masada. and Joe Paid i. The local unit of Junior H I ,vill be represented by the Misses 1) n is Albin. Lucille V Marian Bciman. Miss Frankel slated that at a joint luncheon on Sunday, thi group will discuss thi tion of more units within thi legion and clos •ween Junior H Masada. Celebrates Birthday Fatl ;. at the Jewish Hotni oc n the nd friend: %  H ne. nl Mrs T. T. Stevens ol 3 nd ol imi and Miami Beach : tts, as did Mi nd Mrs. R lb; Mrs G I Covge of refreshments. SHOLEM MEETING There will be a meeting of officers, trustees and committee chairman of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, Sunday, June 22. at the lodge office, 330 Seybold bldg., al 10 a.m. The Red C: part%  menl lent of pany, announci d this wei : 'T A moving picture hour for children of the Beth Jacob religious school is held each Wednesday at S p.m. in Beth Jacob auditorium. All children are welcome. A RELIABLE DEALER JERRY & MACK RADIATOR SHOP DISTRIBUTORS FUR QUALITY MERCHANDISE BEACON AUTO RADIATOR CORES 2034 N. W. 2nd Ave. MIAMI Smart Men Buy Direct!! COOL 100% VIRGIN WOOL "FORSTMANN" BARATHEA SILK FINISH Gabardine Shirks Regular Price $35 Sizei tn 50—-Shor£ Rise a Specialty' TB*o|ii<*nfl Slacks s]l..%0 Regular Price $l2. r ,o Wrinkle Resisting! AUSTIN H. BURKE'S Upstairs Mfrs.Outfet 600 Lincoln Rd. Bldg.. Room 16 Entrance on Penn. Ave., off Lincoln Rd. In Philadelphia Since t906 the T)kank tyou To the many kind and sympathetic people who shared our grief, and to whom it is impossible to make personal acknowledgement, we offer our thanks with the prayer that you may be spared such sorrow. RABBI and MRS. S. M. MACHTEI and DAUGHTER INVEST IN A C. B S. DUPLEX BUILT 1-Bedroom Unil S11.800 BUILT OM ON YOUR LOT 2-Bedroom Unit S14.300 YOUR LOT OAK FLOORS, TILE BATH AND KITCHEN Phone Today 48-1287 PAUL R. ROTH, Contractor You Can Havp a PHOTO PICTURE OF MOSES 8'J x 13 by sending One Dollar to %HOTO PICTURE CO. t. O. Box 2707 Miami, Florida Thi. i NOW OPEN B&B KOSHER MEAT AND DELICATESSEN MARKET 804 S. W. 22nd Avenue Featuring • FRESH DRESSED POULTRY • FINEST WESTERN MEAT New York Delicatessen and Appetizers THIS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENING AND ALL DAY SUNDAY I .jrtM Specializing in HOT CORNED BEEF and PASTRAMI Applied for Supervision and Endorsement of tha Greater Miami Vivl Hikashruth. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 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! % %  > PAGE FOUR *jm is* fhrkMan fWPAY.JUNE 20, 1947 Editorial ANOTHER BID FOR UNITY Zionist Youth Groups To Meet In Jacksonville (Continued from page 1) will ho Miss Pauline Englander 0 t New York, former acting head ,.•• National Young Judea, who TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. A slow but quiet effort is being made by the kosher butchers the of both Miami and Miami Beach to organize to protect their ^ fijuet of the cminterests. This cohesiveness is to prevent in the.main, being concmdi £ £, lander ,,„ %  „,!,• caught between two or possibly more fires of supervising JJJ^ f .. iim „ V( ,,,,s v sit m organizations. Palestine. She will bring to her This is not the first attempt upon the part of the butchers listeners a persona to get toge'ther for mutual benefit. Thjs or-sent action does ,,,, seem to have considerably more stability than previous deavors, which may be attributed in pan io th*i p 2 condition. Having come through an extremely lucrative war dances ^c period, the butcher came into his own and of necessity comI manded "considerable respect." The butchers' organization, we are informed, will unitedly demand one supervisory Vaad. recognized by the ^o^mmuni^ their desire does •n.lU.I>-They have made representation to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for support and assistance in seeing carried out. Federation has made weak overtures severa times in this direction. The motivation which prompted the directors entry in the field of Kashrus has never been estaolished to complete satisfaction. Their whole attitude in granting funds to aid a community Kashrus body indicates lukewarm receptiveness. How far Federation will go in this new bid for assistance coming from a new source, the butchers, should prove interesting. How lona the butchers will present a united front will be well worth watching. How the two present supervisory Kashrus groups respond will have considerable bearing in any solution and progress in the matter. account of in the Holy Land. She will also lead the group In singing new songs and learning new which she brought back huv. Als i on hand for the four day. <( fun and serious business will be Herman Popkin of Atlanta. vtiuth director for the Southern Zionist Youth commission. Many Club leaders Will be present to ass si the Regional Judeans in ng the first convention in s, Herbert Sohn of Jacksonville is president of the m. PALESTINE AND THE UNITED NATIONS Whether it is to be a happv cr another of the unfortunate chapters in Jewish history will depend upon the seriousness, conscientiousness and objectivity with which the United Nations fact-finding committee, now holding hearinqs in Jerusalem, will approach its task. While there is no doubt of the persona, intergrity of the men constituting the committee, there is no gainsaying the fact that international decisions are not always based on justice and good That the decision will not be an easy one to achieve is beyond guestion. As individuals and nmembers of sovereign states the probers, no doubt, will find themselves hampered by many considerations imposed from without. But the extent to which they will be able to shake off those influences will be the test and the guide to their ultimate decision. The Arabs are cleverand. under the leadership ct more i: : i g Lehrman, M trained hands, have shown an unsuspected skill in handling this diplomatic problem. Nor can it be reasonably assumed that the British have exhausted all their tricks. These are pitfalls the committee must avert if it is to do a successful job. Federation Executives Named for Coming Year (Continued from Page 1) N! ., I.---I Kaplan, v i KP' : > •/. Itiibhl I., ni KT.iio.--ti. • i:.ii. i-i Irving l..-lir. i. st ml" ; '' MyM St, ley. c Myers, Max Oroyits, I i a \ 14 |>hllll|iH, Hi rbcrl a hi r, Mrm. i < It Mi Mi Monte llublil >l -\ Sfcaplrn, Jacob Bher, v. 11 SiitKi r, Mi 11 Stoni ;c 'i • '• Wi Inkle iilpi-i -1. -1" Abe '; h Ja k i 'oh< n, M ,|i %  Man i%  • F ir • %  Ml !•• %  Ul |{ i \l ii raj iiiaiii-r. WI • :.....,.-. s.i muel Max Mi !-• %  !. Harry Rab< S K S. hwat %  %  i' %  %  Itlln, Gus Trail, Mr*, Ed tVeiiieteln and bouia K. on Ihe i are si inb > i". Myci • !•• aler Barron, San l II .Khi i %  -i 11 • nil, %  •" B" i 1 • Mi a. France* Mri Max I' %  Florence : P r a n l< e I, Abe Mre i." Abe Good\l i. Gnu man, i-'iv.l Holland, .;. ..:.-. Mi Ada Jottonha, Leon M>uct£y eonpdential (Copyright, 14, Seven Art* Feature Syndicate) By PHINEA8 J. BIRON The question of Palestine, though c political one, is also a 11:1: Mej i Anna Martha Myers, Max l: id, Ni man Roe* Monti Sri IK, Rabbi \1 i\ Sh Hi Mrs .. Fri 'l K. Shochet, u :: 11, Singer, II.u i .! Sirkin. J idae Ha %  % %  .-: I... .. Toub) %  i tlonel lullor .1 bj laUK en it a: ii' %  rl Irnian; % %  %  • v Harold T irk. %  i com question of justice and morality. The Balfour Declaration, despite British protestations to the contrary, is clear and unequivocable in intent. Any deviation from the spirit of that document would not only be a blow to the surviving hopes of the surviving Jews in Europe but an eternal monument of decep; tion and shame. If the committee is not yet aware of the < • irnings of the vast majority of the Jews in Euraoe, it sureiy will determine for itself when visiting the displaced persons camps that Palestine not only holds holds the key to the physical su: /ival of those peop.e t it to their reconstitution as men and women in an organized society. This, as well ac the political aspect, is the crux of the problem. If, and as it must, the committee decides that the survival of Europe's Jews depend", on a transfer to Palestine, it must reach the inescapable conclusion that their security and existence within Palestine depends upon the establishment of a Jewish state. Weekly Sunday broadcast of the Yiddish Classical Hour OYer station W1NZ this week will include performances by Cantor Joseph Rosenblatt. Menashe Openheim, Sidor Belarsky, Isa Kramer and Simour Reohtzert. The broadcast may be heard from 12 to 1. Attending the District 5 convention of BBYW m Washington this next week from Miami chapter of BBG will be Phylis Goldstein, president; Barbara Gould, vice president, and Dolores Peckiman, recording secretary. Miami Bench chapter, AMVETS, will meet next Monday night at the Embassy hotel, 2490 Collins ave.. at 8 p.m. Commander of the" chapter, Nat Pollack, invites all veterans in the area to attend. *• it wi<># thridfirnr 'm-t rt Puhiish'rt every Friday since 1927 y Tht Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 18. Florida. En. tered aa aecond-claas matter July 4, at the Post Office of Miami. Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian h.u absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewiih Weekly. Member of the Jewiih Tele. graphic Agency. Seven Art Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newt Service, Nition.il Editorial Association. American Association of English Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 83.00 Two Years 85.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher *?jrwnn Tenw'c • %  Flash! We have it on the authority of Walter Winchell that Congressman Rankin—yes. the same fellow who hollers so much about unj American activities—permits his frank to be used by : ihble-rnuscrl and prejudice monger Gerald Winrod Here is something that! defense agencies can put their teeth into Winrod's nt:-Scniiti c | record has been exposed time and again, by the Anti-DefamatioJ League, among others Nobody will believe that the Hon. M I Rankin doesn't know of the Rev. Mr. Winrod's bigoted wril and preachings Winrod has for years been trying to poison the minds of the Protestant clergy ... If Mr. Rankin is guilty—and J have no doubt that Walter knows whorcof he speaksthen why noU nail his outrageous collaboration with the anti-Semitic, anti-demrJ cratic Rev. Gerald Winrod? Melange: Henry Morgonthau, jr., who is playing so gallant a part in thej present crisis confronting the Jewish people, received his major] ndoctrination with Zionism in 1939. when he read the Palestine] chapter in Pierre van Passon's "Days of Our Years" Dr. Chain. Weizmann, through his personal contacts with the thi n Secretarj nf the Treasury, completed Oie job ... If you want I know whai Albert Einstein thinks of the warmongering forces in this and anjf other country, read the summer issue of the American Scholar Yes. it is true that British morie people do not hav ive anjl professional or business traffic with Ben Hecht. Hollyw lod's highest paid writer The reuson: Ben Hecht's backing of Pali | resistance movement Few American Jews or nun-Jews realij that four out of every five displaced persons in Europe are Christ tians Howard Fast, the gifted novelist—who, incidentally, studying Yiddish now—is one of the most widely : I America! authors in Europe today Howard comes from a id Jewisj family, but his parents spoke neither Yiddith noi Hebrew California is rallying behind Congressman Charles A Buckley House Resolution No. 2848. outlawing anti-Semitism in this countrj Too Bad: The Hapocl soccer team is a sad disappointment f: im a strictlj sports point of view ... Its players arc of superior caliber, m\ there is no good reason why the team should not have won th majority of its games in this country Yet the soccer repi tives of Jewish Palestine will wind up their visit with a minu seino What is the trouble? The sad truth is that insteai of keeping themselves in physical shape and adhi : ii least j minimum training schedule, the members of the team refuse accept discipline and are primarily concerned with time while here Soccer is one of the most stum; ius f sports. It requires perfect physical condition ... So it is I 'ettab| that the managers of the tour permit the team to bi trainia rules, with the result that the team has been unable to show if real class and is losing more games than it is winning Td had. because it would have helped the public relat: I of thj good-will tour immensely if Hapoel had demonstrated that Pale tinian Jewish athletes are ready to compete sine-fully i nationally America likes champions. Laugh of the Week: Arthur Wevne. of the department of public ini Mnoftl| National Jewish Welfare Board (who. by the way, ng to as guest columnist for us when we take a week off for a el| earned rest), writes us: "Second ave. is planning to produce own version of the Ella Logan show, to be call. j Rainbow." and the featured song will be 'How Art Oemora'?" We pass on the idea to Molly Picon. Senator Cram? Rumors reach us that Bartlcy C. Crum, the brillianl Sandra cisco attorney and author of "Behind the Silken enter the political arena and become a candidate : Senate in 1948 ... If this is true he would en from the liberal elements Crum. if you've I of the most intimate friends of Wendell Willkie, and a : ponent of Willkie'n One World political concept eloquent speaker and knows world affairs He is only 46 >1 old and a member of the Republican party He was very acti) in helping F.D.R. draft the blueprints for the United Natifl charter Bartlcy Crum could do much to revitaliz. the Republican party. Bor. Voyage: Meyer W. Weisgal is on his way to Palestine, planning !" arrangements for his permanent residence in tin land ... If Meyer should decide to leave these American Jewish community would lose one of its most dyna^ and colorful members ... His record af achievement impressive but fantastically versatile ... It was Meyer who new standards as the editor of the New Palestine, the Zionist py lication ... It was the same Meyer who produced "The Ron of a People" and Franz Werfel's "The Eternal Road'' ... If h continued his theatrical interests he would have wound upas of Broadway's and Hollywood's biggest-and probably now producers But Meyer was never interested in monc>• o J self ... So instead of that he undertook to proi Fa c \ Pavilion at the New York World's Fair There too he rear | unprecedented success But Meyer was first and last a and Dr. Weizmann. a connoisseur of human abilities, attac c became Dr. Weizmann s INSEPARABLE Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 20 Number 28 Friday. June 20. 1941 TAMTJZ 2, 570T ^ to himself And so Meyer representative in this country, Jewish Agency in America With the eliminate rary—of Weizmann as world Zionist leader, and as such directed the office of | only lrn Mey, r position with the agency and concentrated his talents on J UlZ u scientific institute at Rehovoth ... He has provided nc^ greater resources for this institute, and now may dec! over its administration, with headquarters in Palestine • %  J tween these varied pursuits Meyer edited a book on Dr. n which was. from the literary point of view, of fir :, ~'""^.'l',. ] mi nt mil, ed There is much more to Me) !" journalist and otherwise, but this will do Good lUC*. •' We'll miu you hera. ^ -1



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2Bs&8K3u&$ PAGE EIGHT Ptjfettftft tksldlan t %  < Professional Women To Form Council Group Business and professional wom(ii in the Miami area who are unable to attend day meetings are forming an evening group of the tional Council of Jewish Women. A meeting of the group was held Wednesday, June 11, at the h me of Mrs. Nat Williams. Temporary officers who were elected include Mis Eileen Cowen. chairman; Mrs. Rao Felrath, vice lirman, and Mrs. Michael Kane, membership chairman and treasurer. Those present at the group's first meeting were Mrs. Rae Fel%  .. Miss Elarose Rogow, Mrs. iael Kane Miss Frieda Ankus. Eileen Cowen, Mrs. David Sonepouse. Advisors to the group B e Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Nathan LeVine. N xt meeting of the group will bo held at the home of MisCo. i'ii. 5050 N. Alton rd., on July 7 at :>:15 p.m. FRIDAY, IUNE 20, 1947 Fathers' Day Program Ends Hollywood Season Cl sing the season's activities the Ladies' Auxiliary of the wood Jewish Community er was the Fathers' Day proon Sunday. June 15, at th< :• building. Festivities included a buffet supper at 7:30 p.m., nged by Mrs. Fred m, chairman, ami Mrs. S '. \ program, prepared by Miss 1 Bobrow, featured exhibition ng by Michael, former Arthur Murray instructor, and music I from a juke box, iti i by the Ft. Lauderdali l) %  Co. .' i\.'.;..: y activities will be re1 in the fall. Illinois Hotels Ban Offensive Advertising I'HICAG O .—Off ensive "reU d" and "G< only 'ill disappear from hotel tising in Illinois because hotel operators want %  'V. n al disnation, tl of dii ect( >i s of the Illinois Hotel association, mately 300 and resorts, has unanipted a resolution asminatory practices on the grounds of religion or c. eed. L e 3-4848 THE TIME OF ^^ Y0UR A LIFE! InTht Beautiful Berkshire .OUNTRVCLUB ^ LAVISH ENTERTAINMENT Your brand of fun and activity. Charmingly intimoto. 18 Hole Cell Course • Tennti Hardball • Basketball All Water Sports SUPERB CUISINE Writ* for reiervotiont now! CEDARS COUNTRY ClUB .•• % %  —ir Hi .~ MAKING Jocmkiu 0, HE MERGER of the American National Bank of Miami and the First Trust Company with The First National Bank of Miami, which became operative on Monday. June 16, 1947. means that a significant milestone in the banking history of Miami has been reached. Under the roof of this bank, founded in 1902, midst palmettos, palms and pines the combined personnel, the combined resources and the combined experience of these institutions make The First National Bank of Miami one of the outstanding financial institutions in the nation. The merger, followed on the heels of an extensive program of modernization and expansion of our physical facilities made necessary by the natural growth of our business. Our first consideration in this program was to bring to you the last word in customer serviee and modern banking efficiency. You'll like our modern setting our recessed and fluorescent lighting —our air conditioning -our convenient appointments. You'll like the cheerful atmosphere the acoustical treatment. You'll like the expansion of our Safe Deposit Department, the privacy of our new coupon booths and conference rooms. And, you'll like the speed-up in our friendly service. The officers, directors and personnel extend to you their sincere gratitude for your indulgence and patience during the period reguired to complete this construction program, but believe that you will agree now, that the temporary inconvenience was more than worthwhile. The affairs of this bank will be guided by its Board of Directors, composed of a group of prominent, progressive business and professional men, who pledge you that they shall ever adhere to the basic poiicy upon which this bank was founded, that "the lust consideration of all trcmsactionB is the safety of the depositors' money" and cordially invite you to use to the fullest the friendly services and facilities of this bank. BOARD OF DIRECTORS PAUL R. SCOTT Chairman 0/ the Board VTILEY R. REYNOLDS Presideia G. T. BAKER President. National Airlines, Inc. HARRY HOOD BASSI Vice President. Gent Corporation PRESTON B. BIRD Member. Board 0/ Count;) Commissioners, Dade Count]/ CHARLES G. BRAND President, Brand Properties Inc. C. B. CHINN President, Belcher Oil Con pany JAMES G. GARNER President. Little River Bank and Trust Company WILLIAM C. HILL President, The Coral Gal First National Ba C. E. HOLCOMB Secretary-Treasurer, S. A I Corporation R. C. HOUSER President. Florida Bund and Mortgage Compa COMER J. KIMBALL Executive Vice Pres.d, ml CHARLES D. LEFFLER Rear Admiral. U. S. Navy, Retired J. G. LEYBOURNE Vice President RAYMOND M. MILLER E-secutiue Vice President, Railey-Milam, Inc. WILLIAM P. MOOTY President, The Franklin Press. Inc. BYRON L. RAMSING Vice President. First Nat Associates oj Florida, h WILEY R. REYNOLDS. JR. Vice President. W. RReynolds & Company BERT C. TEED Executive First Vice President. The First National Bunk in Palm Beaeli GEORGE E. WHITTEN President, Burdine*s, Inc. of Miami Miami's OlJest and Largest Financial Institution EgtablUhed 1902 • 101 East Flagler Street Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and* Federal Reserve System



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1947 Z! !" !*l>noridrtor) (( Between You and Me'' By BORIS SMOLAR Copyr'g ht 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. PAGE ELEVEN d legal fun, below !" ; %  ii almost as diffi! viberl Kahn aS '" 8et ,nto the Ku K >"* yi Critical of fa ,,>'.". Phia, the author, at the It can now be certainty that the .USHWGTON TRENDS: f ffl* A: %  ncy representative. 'Xing* n are now very B JTSne al the State dc,nu „i but there will be little CSfto*, while the U.N. inSjl-nUtot ii conducting as invest^' 1 %  • %  ffgovernmentwmnotformu. K final policy on Palestine n .fter the U.N. inquiry com£fS*** i ts "• p,,rt • • • A n Sion to this effect was given fSh officials of the State de^Washington this week with wresentatr i irious impor5 or" %  • • H ^Slt Z was held to acquaint leaders 7these ltions Wlth van_ Lasp s foreign Policy ,>ups invited b particip e four central The questions r h ,, Palestine were B ked mostly by representatives rfnnn-J' UDS ;IS P art of thi y sought on ,1 picture jestioni weir answered by I. Henderson, head „(the oil • ii Eastern and \U m the State department ... I: !' ntally, newly jjj nt Secretary of State Norman k mour will be in charge, ai ther things, of Rear Eastern political problems ... He has : served in the Sear East, is a long-time career di| laving served is U S an to Argentina, Chile and i ntly tu Spain. • • • gOMMt/A URS: The plan '.:i>' Council of I' ns to send a [fclegatinr. ii community [leaders al udy the acI thities ot .'. in Jewish orIpnizati":.'. < i seas work [kasbeen ex| I .. The CounItflisnuw in Institute %  Ovet %  ai a permaktbasis.. ] institute will I in this counItryand a the effective|>Ks of Ji organizations Irtich are I by Federals Funds ... It %  will not gency budlets, but will p factual inIbrmation : ,n budgetary %  needs and • %  like slurb | by the instijtote may ., evaluations rk i organization [weMin.: l m welfare funds. I* 1 U : •' %  ice provided. tow Complet* Department Stor With Quality Merchandise "tthington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach M (or your convenience *>rns Brother's New Ap""I and Accessory Store 70 E. Flac:, r St.. Miami and administrative effii ency Separate headq cial staff are now bi in for the institute in N> w Y rk The institute will gathei formation from all i t will also concern itself with activities undertaken b> J. non-sectarian voluntary and by governmental and governmental agencii to Jews in Europe an I Pa %  Major Jewish ts the J.D.C. and th< welcomed the establishmi the institute. • • • INSIDE U. S. A. The book to :. summer vacation is John ther's "Inside i's.\ lished by Harper's ... I' tains a mine ol exl esting information about the United States that can and re-read 1: to those who havi i fully ... .1, find in it a lot of infor concerning Jews in many 48 states which the autl They will leai n that a good deal : nti-Si exists in North Dak ita there is a lai ge I \i tion The "V ilga there, who are basicallj : sian descent, "will Jews, but the non-V I mans won't In Ul ish family, the Baml the electi ii n Salt Lake City and Ogden S Bamberner was on Utah and Sal Lak C had a Jewish mayor ... In Minnesota, there Jew-baiting du for govei nor whei H Si sen ran for that ; never by Stassi n him • If His supporters had a l that went as t' Hows "Hi ho; We join the CIO; Wi our dues to the Ji %  %  Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho." In M gan people still talk time, finds the Jewish com! Dtoftii admirable, philanivic minded and able .. %  '*e fa the South, he found that Jew. The Klan role ^an in any a region except the i %  whe i died • %  I fo I to I He is si I bj ecX In ty of H • • Bosl till I :s ... In n ties i dd ant if a i a I sei n publicly fai • • anl n Bosl but I .... %  I schuI it in 1 I exclu %  1 %  Some big department m At] inta and Richmond ned, and a few rich are Jews, but %  ; th S iuth is Pi • Nevi rl ting antim exists there ... In Gunther presents nti t to Jews chapter. • • • INNOVATION: A very interesting innovation duced in the 'i Jewish book publication b; s And it will ned by many Jews who do not read stood the langl |uag l | | ;., benefit from tten in that langu. Always • ted in icken I a book ot minor in Latin ch • The volume "Royti antz n," edited with an inn by Immanuel Olser, will be appreciated by I J vish folk hu>in c ntains a wealth ol an Jewish witticisms hith• English-reading Jews One need understand Yiddish only slij-htly to enjoy the delightful jokes told in this book in good Yiddish but spelled out in Latin characters In addition to presenting Yiddish stories which defy translation, the volume has an educational value for many young American Jews brought up in Yiddish-speaking families ... By reading "Royte Pomerantzen" they will revive their knowledge of the Yiddish language in general ... It is no easy job to make Yiddish text readable in Latin characters, but Mr. Olsvanger, who is an authority on Jewish folklore, has done an excellent job. Wage Increases Granted A renewal of a labor contract with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, the bargaining unit for employees in the company's operating department, was announced here last week by McGregor Smith, president of the Florida Power and Light Co. The contract extends to April 30, 1948. Base pay raises averaging approximately 13 per cent, retroactive to May 3 of this year, are provided by the contract. MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Ocoanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" m SliNPAYrARK 2 r HEALTH RESORT I V HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST. CONVUESCENCt AND CHRONIC CSES AVERY INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES CEMENT — ROCK LATH — CEMENT BLOCKS MORTAR MIX Everything in the General Building Line Phones 9-0398—9-9985 55 S. W. First Street J115 S W 3C" COURT ] i^ieaaLlMLAMi -FXOtf JQAJ el& DR 'NK PLENTY OF ^ripure Watsr "^ON BOTTLE 75c CANTOR Seeks Position for High Holy Days Ex G.I. Oper.itic Baritone Beautiful Musical St • Reply J.S.. Box 2973. Miami 18 DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 600 N.E 1st Av. PH. 3-5308 2644 S.W 8th St PH. 48-3442 GLA§S 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 ORUN LOUIS GERBER Mi Jmerica's finest cleaning m^M^ Call 3-6601 STORES EVERYWHERE ... **, *Vb %>\ •w 40* f* &P **' t | MIRRORS I FINEST QUALITY MADE TO-OHDB IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS tKjmjBma %  I t Wi da" Wo H*ve U ^ ^^ -SL5 n,v, NG BABmowm I EACH account is Insured to 55,000 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 ExecFUNDS 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. Vi Block East of Alton Chase Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOOATION C. L. OLEMENT8, Pr*ldlt I



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FRIDAY JUNE 20, 1947 Ladies es' League Holds Pi"rst Summer Event ;,,,„. of the Greater J£ Hebrew academy held Its ?i, affair of the summer season fliTv afternoon. The gatherTlas Prided over by Mr.. sk y, .huirman. p .jecta were initiated „i lauw hed t<> help in raising Ids as well as participating in ^rehabilitation program under.,,, in connection with the new I building <>f the Greater Milmi Hebrew academy, located J j e ffersoii ave., corner of Sixth Or David S. And ion presented bonk n new of "Gentleman's Ajreement" and afterwards disIth eneral objectives and purposes ol the academy. Among those who were present Leo Levin, Mrs. A. Herman F. Jens. julius Seligman, Mrs. PaulGrundwerg, Mrs. Bessie D. Oalbert, Mrs. Rose H. Lauer, Mrs. [fwin II. Makovsky, Mrs. Stella n Ebensti in, Mrs. L. Bacon, Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Ella DiaM Yetta Preedman, Mrs. David S Andron, Mrs. Sam Stern, Mrs H. Foigenbaum, Mrs. A Lehrman, Mrs. A. Kagan, Mrs. JJ j;, ; I. Goldberg, Mrs. A H ; Is. S. Schachno. Sholem Lodge to Hear Mid-Year Report Offici %  teesand committee chairmen of Sholem lodge, B'nai it Sunday. June 22. 10 a.m., in the B'nai B'rith offices, 330 Seybold bldg. Ace Sam Silver, president. ir report by corner! will head the agenda, an i programs for the second half of 1947 will be planned. A committee will be appointed to undi revision of the lud g < titution, originally drafted in 19 r:::i TO cua RSAOSKSl T fai "i. ?i yr.ir Hebrew-Eng liS (' i ~tiil yours for th< fiing No charge! No restriilions! But please limit yourself to one copy as paper supplies are Hill nut unlimited. I PITTSBURGH GROUP GRANTED CHARTER Recently granted a MUMgwutheP of Greater Mian Offic, Pd %  a J ,ne 2 meeting held a i th md Mrs. Frank Wein I 8. w. um, ,, ..,,,. Kimball, presidi nt; K stein, first vice p u Milt..n Sanea G ,] vice president; s secretary, and M treasurer. In addition to thi a board of din %  They include Alex S C William Glick, Jac >b S| Dines. Louis M Rogow, II. I. n s. hull,,-. D Rutkin. Sum I; n Sanes and Robi rt Gul The club is a n : poration organ zed I p food will, : bility among ioster int resl in Fl residents of Pittsbu tain contact I I and Florida for the benevolent put p bership; and to p work which may tend I I termenl I families in munity. Temporary hi care of L. I. K rd., Miami Bi ach. "^^SSLtiSJStl Ttf 9 s ir ,he £ har,er of ,he newl ****** Saner. Goldman, second vice £1S ? r" !" MaUriCe Finkalhor treasurer; Dr. Milton Sidney ^^^^^ZlTi^TZ^^ ^^ *"** ft' 2U rnr llehrnrEnflUh CaU "*••• //.J.r w date., 192S to 19*9. AH ;„„.,,,, MUmrt lo 96t for your fr PP copy, just addrese Ptrarl or a Ir-ttrr to: HJ. HEINZ CO. -Dept J2 Pittsburgh, Pa. Pictured above is Miss Lois Mondres. A.Z.A. chapter No. 322 sweetheart, who was chosen at the annual sweetheart dance at the Alcazar roof June 14. Miss Mondres will represent the chapter as official sweetheart at the state convention to be held in Orlando sometime in September. I il I) I II | | G A son was born to Mr. and Sam Silver, 235 Santillane Coral Gables, June 19, at he Victoria hospital Pearl Ann, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. k Manhoff, 627 S. W. 15th was bom June 3 la Joyce, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Jack Aboulafia, 3591 N. W. Second st., arrived June o Barbara Elaine, daughter >f Mr. and Mrs. Irving Margulies, 50 N. E. 13th st„ was u -orn June 7 Regina Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrtld Greenwald, 737 West ave., Miami Beach, arrived June 9 ... Mr. and Mrs. Victor Garvey I announce the birth of a daugh-' '.er, Laura, on June 11. They I've at 2625 S. W. 24th ave I Carol Ann, dauqhter of Mr. and Raymond Young, 810 Euclid ave., arrived June 15. I Hollywood Women Close Season With Supper j th a m : Oni tuild%  I Turk to Make Report On Budget Committee B'nai B'rith council of Greater ill meet Wednesday, June 25, at 8 p.m. in the Miami Bi ach V 1 Lincoln rd. Harold 'lurk, president, announces that vill be made to ng his appi arbefore the District Conven1:1 ii !: last week Specific plans will be outlined for the coordination of all B'nai community-service proel .Miami area. To ppy, we think we must be where we are not, or must have something we haven't %  EMMET A. DROLET 545 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78-2346 METAL WINDOWS BARCOL OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS FRANTZ SINGLE SECTION MARINE PLYWOOD GARAGE DOORS. $.82.50 STEEL RESIDENTIAL WIN. DOWS. COMPLETE STOCK To learn what is true in order to do what is right, is the summing up of the whole duty of man. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Havo your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" &f 14 S W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BUNDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed — prompt shipment on out-of-lown orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 CAMP A CHVAH ;J75 miles from N Y. C. 21st Yr. Boys-Girls 7 16 In the he.iHthf.il S> AM land-water sports, sits, cratw, nature study. Q f' folk dancing, Jewish cult. ties. Dietary law.. Medical Competent supervision. Ban *•' • Write for booklet. rvr.rtnr M. A. BARSHAD. Exec Du 1457 Broadway. N.Y.C immediate Deliveries 'HE POST-WAR MOTOR CARS W/TH TREMENDOUS ENGINEERING ADVANCES August Geiger was elected president of the Lincoln Road association at a meeting of the gToup this week. Those elected wilh him were D. Richard Mead, vice president; Leonard Wien, secretary, and F. Lowrey Wall, treasurer. BENJAMIN COLEMAN M.D.: D.D.S. ANNOUNCES He will resume the General Practice oi Dentistry in addition to Oral Surgery. 350 LINCOLN ROAD. LINCOLN BLDG. Suite 428 430 Phone 5-7407 Rabbi Joseph 5. Rackovsky 1520 S W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 ** IUUTY l, *fIOMAr...( •OOMINI S iiiin BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. ,, N. vv Miami Court PHONE 3-6924 PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK No j,,. Too L.irge o r Too Small Estima tes Cheerfully Given I I HUM I tine svpiaHfiiaoDiM 'I >.lll I VMM RADIO il.TUaiS l'lCL. RElTIFIkRJ •j