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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
21NUMBER 22
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
lave Israel" Campaign Nears Goal;
eal rive Nears Million and Half Quota
-orting as chairman of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal
binual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
day, Joseph R. Stein revealed that nearly SI,450,000
ady been raised this year toward the 1948 goal of
25. This, he said represents a 56% increase over last
the 1947 campaign 6,390 contributors gave $929,796.
^ir's contributors total 7,700.
lese figures show the marked advance that Federation
|de in reaching our total community," Mr. Stein said.
Ised Mr. Abraham Goodman for undertaking the chair-
i of the "Save the State of Israel" appeal for $250,000.
Meetings
llsrael Action
Attended
ts of activities set in mo-
[the establishment of the
State of Israel, has kepi
on the go. Following
fening of the United Jew-
feal drive with- the "Save
of Israel" campaign last
kr, the Zionist Emergency
[followed their Flamingo
lass meeting on Miami
|ith a similar function in
ast Saturday night ap-
htinucd on Page 4)
$163,000 Raised
More than $163,000 was sub-
scribed by some 300 men and
women at a dinner meeting
opening the "Save the State of
Israel" appeal at the Hotel Co-
lumbus. Thursday night. May
27. The meeting marked the
reopening of the 1948 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, spon-
sored by the Federation.
Jacob Sher, president of the
Federation introduced Abra-
ham Goodman, who has accept-
ed the chairmanship of the
"Save the State of Israel" cam-
paign. The goal of this cam-
paign is $250,000. Mr. Sher said
that every cent raised would
go direct to the UJA.
Ben-Zion Elan, noted Israeli war hero and official representative in this country of Israel,
will speak at a community breakfast rally to salute the new state of Israel next Sunday morn-
ing (June 6) at 10 a.m. at the Steak House, 2362 Collins Ave. The rally is under the sponsorship
of the Save the State of Israel" Appeal of the Greater Miami ""
Jewish Federation. Abraham Goodman is chairman of the
appeal.
Mr. Elan, veteran member of the Palestine Jewish Brigade
which fought through the famous North African desert cam-
paigns with the British 8th Army, arrived in this country recently
to help mobilizes American support on behalf of the new
Jewish State created by decision of the United Nations.
Following the end of hostilities in Europe, Mr. Elan served
with the Cenertla Refugee Committee organized by the Jewish
Brigade to assist in the rescue of Jewish children and others
formerly held by the Nazis as concentration camp prisoners and
slave laborers. In this work, Mr. Elan toured through Germany,
Austria, Italy, France, Belgium and Czechoslovakia, teaming
in many instances with Jewish and Christian relief organiza-
tions to facilitate the work of rescue and rehabilitation.
An American by birth, Mr. Elan was the founder of Afikim,
a Jewish settlement in Palestine. He represented that country
at the Inter-Asian Relations Conference held last year in New
Delhi, India. An experienced soldier and officer, he is a leading
member of Haganah, the Jewish security forces in Palestine.
A forecful and colorful figure, Mr. Elan will give a highly dramatic and factual account
of his recent experiences in Palestine and of the need to provide this year for safeguarding the
new state he has helped to build and to defend.
Ben-Zion Elan
Re-elected Federation President;
i Orovitz Presented Citations
b Sher was re-elected president of the Greater Miami
ederation at the annual membership meeting of the
tion held Wednesday night, June 2, at the Miami
"WHA.
ier officers re-elected were Max Orovitz, honorary presi-
de Selig. secretary; organization were present at the
meeting which was highlighted by
an address by Stanley C. Myers.
president of the Council of Jew-
ish. Federations and Welfare
Funds.
Mr. Myers reviewed the history
of Federation, pointing out that
in the beginning Federation was
primarily a fund-raising organ-
ization formed "to avoid the mul-
tiplicity of campaigns by con-
ducting one annual campaign for
all causes."
"No one can say exactly when
ts will b*e published in'we realized that fund raising it-
Iday's Jewish Floridian. jself was not the end we were
(Continued on Page 4)
linkle. treasurer and the
four vice presidents:
linger, Herbert E. Scher,
Goodman and Stanley
Is Joseph R. Stein was
hed vice president. Re-
as trustees were Sam
[oses Ginsberg and Monte
l 159 candidates were
pi for the 150 posts open
oard of governors, elec-
plts were not announced
Jeeting. The ballots were
hinted at press time and
Pts will be published in
Way's Jewish Floridian. j:
than 400 members of the '
U. N. Cease Fire Order Awaited
Israel, Arabs Accede to Demand
Count Folke Bernadotte was
expected to announce an accord
between Arabs and Jews on the
exact hour of ending the fight-
ing in Palestine, possibly by Sun-
day He conferred in Cario and
arranged to fly to Amman, Tel
Aviv and Beirut.
The Arabs said five days will
be required because of poor com-
munications to their five armies
scattered through Palestine. The
United States is reported ready
to insist that the guns be stilled
by Sunday.
The fighting went on in the
Negev desert and to the northeast
and southeast of Tel Aviv.
The government of Israel, and
the six Arab League states which
have invaded Palestine, accepted
the U.N. Security Council's four-
week cease-fire order, the sixth
U.N. call for peace in Palestine.
The Israeli communication then
stated that although the Jews ac-
cepted the cease-fire without re-
servation, they wished to place
on record "consequences" which
"seem to flow naturally from the
text and spirit of the resolution."
The interpretation included the
following points:
1 That the ban on arms im-
portations also covers transfer
of stocks of arms owned or con-
trolled by foreign powers within
the effected territory; 2. That
neither side attempts to advance
beyond the points where the
cease-fire finds them and that
each side will maintain the posi-
tion it occupies at that time; 3.
That freedom of access to Jeru-
salem be assured for food sup-
plies as well as civilian exit and
entry; 4. That attempts to im-
pede the normal transit of goods
assigned to Israel and other states
concerned will be regarded as an
act of armed force; 5. That while
the Israel government agrees not
to mobilize or train persons of
military age during the four
weeks, its freedom to admit im-
migrants, regardless of age, will
not be impaired.
The Arab decision was first
made known with the release of
a message from the Arab League
to Charles Malik, Lebanese deleg-
ate to the U.N. which informed
him that the League's Political
Committee had accepted the re-
quest for a truce and that the
decision would be communicated
directly to U.N. Secretary-Gen-
eral Trygve Lie and to the Presi-
dent of the Security Council. The
message added that "acceptance
fcrah
Man Goodman chairman of the "Save the State of Israel
shown presenting a check for $100,000 to &**!
1 Jt the dinner meeting of the drive held last Thursday
the Columbus Hotel.
f7 nav" For Miami Beaeh Zionists
3? fPorefheento,1anizeaST "Z Day" drive, scheduled for this
Thursday. f hi t t ms of workers, together with
Through |he rffo o ^ throughout the Beach area, we
booths placed 'n/'"te(Jg'C'1, everv non-member in the fight to aid
intend to car,>vass and enra11 cvery headed b a committee
h^dStyDr to ivin assisted by Alex Van Straaten. William
JaTcie and Dr. David Andron. ______
. .__j t,ftv nPW members joined the Miami Zionist
Two hundr^ and fg new mem ^ ^ s h ,
District as a result o me ok voiunteers with his enroll-
last week. Irving Saal lee1 the^iwa bejng continued ith
a-SetingSduVdTo'junfn at Beth David Talmud Torah.
by the Arab governments of these
proposals proves once more their
genuine desire to see peace re-
stored in the Holy Land and a
just solution of the Palestine
problem arrived at."
The Israeli communication also
asked for an opportunity, at the
discretion of the council, for the
Israeli government to explain its.
views orally.
Faris el Khoury of Syria, will'
preside over the Security Council
for the month of June although
the council's rules of procedure'
provide that if the chairman re-
presents one of the parties in a
dispute before the council he may
waive that right. El Khoury in-
dicated yesterday that he would
not yield the chair.
(Analyzing the military situa-
tion in Tel Aviv today, Shertok.
declared: "We hold both Eeast-
ern and Western Galilee. In fact,
we hold the entire area of the
state of Israel, set up in accord-
ance with the partition decision,
plus Western Galilee and a good
part of the Jerusalem road. The
situation in the south is difficult;
an Egyptian column has made
deep incursions, but we are deal-
ing with it most effectively. Out-
side of the Old City we virtual-
ly control all of the Jerusalem
area.")
HAVANA, (JTA)The few-
ance of all immigration visas to
Cuba has been idefinitely sus-
pended Dr. Gonzales Muniar, for-
eign minister, announced today.
At the same time, the Cuban
government has cancelled visas
already issued which have not yet
been used. The government's ac-
tion directly affects hundreds of
Jews holding such visas which
were obtained for them through
relatives in Cuba.


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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1948
Center Seeks Site
For New Building;
Installation Sunday
Steps arc being taken to locate
a site for the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center, according to Sam
Sohulefand. building committee
chairman. The committee which
recently met to formulate im-
mediate plans for the building
campaign, consists of Herbert
Gelernter. co-chairman. Mrs. M.
Arnold. Louis Beck, Jay Cone,
Maurice Corenblum. Herman
Fisher. A. W. Harris. Al Levick.
Mrs. E. A. Miller. Sidney Rich-
man. A. J. Simberg Seymour
Simon. Oscar Sindell and Sam
Weissel.
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter Sundav school will hold reg-
istration for its fall term Sunday
at H:llol House from ten to twelve
noon. Parents are invited to bring
lr children to see the school
in operation and at the same time
to attend the closing party.
Installation of newlv elected of-
ficers of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center will be held Sunday a'
8:15 p.m.. at Hillel House. 3306
Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Rabbi
Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth
Sh ilom, will be the guest speak-
Sam Silver, former president
of the Center, will install presi-
dent-elect Dr. Leonard Glick-
stein and his staff of officers.
The program will include vocal
selections by Mrs. Al Losoff. ac-
companied by Miss Velma
Schwartz. A buffet supper will
be served. Members, friends and
residents of the area are invited.
One Taste Will Convince Yod, Too!
HOROWITZ
MARGARETEN
Kosher Canned Chicken
Fricassee is tops in quality.
trtstndin| in flavor.
Yes, all the
Horowitz-Margareten Kosher
Canned Chicken Products
are zestfully seasoned the
rich-tasting, traditional,
home-style Jewish way.
Economical, too. .
save work, time, money!
Edmund An.in. pupil of Temple Beth.Sholom **ftf3ff*l
to a variety of organizations serving local and overiot* neas.
Keren Ami Conference Of Sholom
Students Votes $569 To Haganah
Responding to the historic im-
port of the first Jewish state in
2000 years, over 300 pupils of
Temple Beth Sholom religious
school, voted to send $569.49 to
Haganah.
The occasion was the annual
conference of Keren Ami (Fund
of My People), the pupils wel-
fare fund to which the students
make weekly contributions. Dur-
ing the course of the year, they
study the needs of the commun-
ny-at-large, and the work of va-
rious organizations serving these
needs. Culminating point of these
activities is the Keren Ami Con-
ference at which time decisions
are made by the pupils as to how
best to distribute their monies.
At this, first gathering in Great-
er Miami, the pupils distributed
SI.001.49 to a variety of agencies
serving local and overseas needs.
A further decision was made
to wage an intensive two week
special campaign to raise enough
funds for nine other organiza-
tions.
Leading delegates at the confer-
ence included Edmund Ansin,
Nicky Cohn, Robert Palter, Mor-
ris Broad, Joy Van Wye, Gloria
Silverman. Pnves were awarded
to winners of an essay contest.
Joy Van Wye, Nicky Cohn and
Robert Palter.
Participating in the program,
which included a playlet present-
ed by pupils of grades 5. 6 and 7,
and community singing led by
Cantor Samuel Kelemer, were
the Rabbi Leon Kronish; Sydney
J. Greenberg. principal of the
religious school; Leon Ell, repre-
senting Americans for Haganah;
Milton Malakoff, representing
the Combined Jewish Appeal;
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet and Mrs.
Hyman Kaplan, representing the
F-TA, and Mrs. Leon Ell, chair-
man, religious school board.
Center Organized For West Miami
Harry Klein, has been elected
president of the recently formed
West Miami Jewish Center, at
the first meeting of the group
held in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Brandt, 1311 S.W. 64th
Ave., West Miami. The primary
aim of the organization, whose
purpose is basically religious, is
a building in which the aims of
the Center may be furthered.
Officers assis':..g Mr. Klein are
Tilden Corenblum, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Miriam Fischer, rec-
ording secretary; Mrs. Henrietta
Randall, corresponding secretary
and Stevan Simon, treasurer. Ori
the board of directors are Mrs
Rita Mayer, Mrs. Ruth Lebar,
Mrs. Irma Papier, Morton Beagle'
Matthew Stopin and Milton
Brandt.
Loan Fund Ready
To Aid Thru JSSB
Funds are now available to
Jewish residents for small busi-
ness loans through the Baron de
Hirsch Meyer Loan fund. The
Jewish Social Service Bureau acts
as administrative agents for the
loans. Applicants desiring to avail
themselves of these funds are ad-
vised to telephone the JSSB,
3-5377, for an appointment.
Recently, money was loaned
to an elderly man unable to
make a living by peddling ice
cream, door to door. The Baron
de Hirsch Loan Fund, after
careful study of the applicant's
capability and financial re-
sources granted a one year loan
to purchase necessary equip-
ment including a motor scooter,
license and supplies so that this
man may handle his business
in a modern method, and earn
a living, the report states.
Consideration will be given to
every applicant, the bureau ad-
vises. Whenever possible, appli-
cants will also be informed of
other resources in greater Miami
wherever such resources more
nearly meet their needs.
Col. Elry Stone is president of
the Jewish Social Service Bu-
reau and the Baron de Hirsch
Loan Fund.
B.B. Women Contribute
Eye Clinic To Israel
CHICAGO (BBNS)To help the
fighting Jews of Israel "carry on
the bitter struggle in which they
are now engaged," the Women's
Supreme Council of B'nai B'rith
has contributed the first eye
clinic to be attached to a field
hospital in Tel Aviv. The gift in-
cludes surgical instruments, sur-
gical lamps, sterilizing cabinets,
and drugs for an operating room.
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EDDIE ALPER
Golden Bar Mitzvah
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Golden, 2482 S.W. 23rd
St. will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning at 9 a.m.. at the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation. A reception in his
honor will be held Sunday at
the Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave., at 2 p.m.
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has pledged to send two per cent
nt all his gross sales to aid Pal-
estine emergency demands.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1948
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"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAfl
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
>
.1 I l C?lV0 with '""tractions
to the Arab war lords that thev
request a forty-eight hour de-
lay .Now ihat the Arabs h u-o
bluntly rejected the truce order
British representation at the Se-
curity Council will maintain that
the Arab note did not close the
dnor He will pile obstacle
after obstacle to prevent UN ac-
tion ... He is plaving for time
... He even had the effrnnterv
M using pressure on France
against recognizing Israel
His tactics, we predict, will back-
fire Paris will act before the
week is over, to be followed bv
Belgium .
HEARD AND RECORDED .
Dr. Chaim Weizmann was
planning to go to London after
his conference with President!
Truman and then proceed to Is-1
rael ... He changed his plans!
because he considered it im-'
proper for the first President of
Israel to go to a country which
refuses to recognize the Jewish
state and where he would be re-
-eived as a private citizen .
Weizmann's presentation of a
Holy Scroll to President Truman
was a master-stroke ... It was
a reminder to the world that Is-
rael's gift to humanity is neither
the sword nor oil but the spirit
. Gen. Hilldring, as predicted in
this column two weeks ago, has
turned down the post as special
assistant to the State Department
on Palestine Affairs .
OFF THE RECORD .
The Henderson-Forrestal clique
is elated When Hilldring was
offered the post he was made to
understand that speedy lifting of
the embargo and aid to Israel
would follow in the event the UN
failed to take satisfactory action
. Did he decline the post be-
cause he considered Truman's
recognition of Israel insufficient
without parallel action on the
embargo? What's holding up
Ireland's recognition of Israel?
. Surely the Irish have been
forced to taste the meaning of
British perfidy and power .
One of the British ammunition
firms selling arms to the Arabs is
said to be owned by the Lordj
Melchett family Israel's Army |
has many secret weapons ... Its,
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BEVIN'S BREW .
A revolt is brewing in British
labor circles against Bevin's Pal-
estine policy ... At a recent secret
meeting in London attended by
top-level officers of the Labor
Party the debate was so sharp
that the conference broke up in
the midst of a threatened fist
fight nnd threats of resignation
. Bevin was bluntly accused of
harboring animosity against Jews
to the point of sacrificing socialist
ideals and party programs .
One Laborite charged that Bevin's
antipathy towards Jews was re-
sponsible for the rise of anti-
Semitism in England and the
series of anti-Jewish riots in
London and other cities Even
M son, father of the infamous
Morris m-Grady federalization
plan, and Attlee, author of the
us 'Jews are always at
the head of the queue" phrase,
are considerably cool to the form-
er teamster Bevin is shrewd,
unscrupulous and determined to
crush Israel in line with his
brutal warning that "only over
id body" will a Jewish state
be established When he saw-
that U.S. recognition of Israel
might precipitate firm UN action
against the Arab aggressors he
hit upon a device which was as
a itive as it was brutal .
For the world it was advertised
that the series of conferences
with the American Ambassador
move toward finding a
formula synthesizing the con-
flicting American and British
points of view on Palestine .
Actually his purpose was a sinis-
ter unc His aim was to delay
IN ction in the hope that in
the interim the Arabs would suc-
n liquidating the Jerusalem
campaign and thus gain a better
ining position ... He also
hoped that by that time the
Egyptian Army would drive close
to if not into Tel Aviv His
plan was to have the Arabs ap-
point Glub Pasha, British com-
mander of the Arab Legion, as
commander of Jerusalem Such
ire, he advised the Arabs,
would be a serious blow to the
UN i rforts to internationalize the
Holy City When the UN
cease-fire order was transmitted
to the Arabs a British agent was
PAGE THBEI
Accepts Chairmanship
General Dwight Eisenhower ac-
cepted the National Chairmanship
for American Overseas Aid-Unit-
ed Nations Appeal For Children
Campaign, according to an an-
nouncement by Loc Marshall. In
accepting the chairmanship Eisen-
hower said, "1 have first-hand
knowledge of the starving, chaotic
condition of 230 millions of child-
ren. It will be through the gener-
osity of the American people that
we will help save today's children
for tomorrow's world."
Hollywood's Newest and
Most Modern Office Bldg.
known as "David" .
prize secret weapon is a mortar
BOOK AND ART WORLD .
What is age? William Auer-
bach Levy, the brilliant Jewish
caricaturist whose book "Is That
Me?" was recently published by
Watson-Guptill. relates that he
once made a portrait etching of
a man of eighty-nine When
the wealthy sitter saw the portrait
he was furious because it made
him look old Levy tells the
story how he made a caricature
oi H. L. Mencken for the New
York World Mencken was
greatly pleased with the work
evoi though he was made to ap-
pear grotesque ... In a letter
*o Levy asking for the original he
-oted "I only hope that Swope
has not stolen it for his collection
of great Christian leaders" .
While reminiscing on the days
of Herbert Bayard Swope's as-
sociation with the World. Levy
notes "those were the days of
tne noted gallaxy that made that
put lication memorable" The
Jew ish Museum in New York,
conducted under the auspices of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, is currently cele-
brating its first anniversary .
If you are not a New Yorker we
would advise you to make the
museum a "must" on your next
visit The museum's outstand-
ing attraction right now. and
throughout the summer, is an ex-
hibit of about fifty oils, watei
colors, drawings and sketches by
Ben-Zion on Biblical subjects.
Federation Honors
Hotel Owners
Certificates of Honor in rec-
ognition of their generous con-
tributions to the 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal have been sent to
164 Miami Beach and Miami ho-
tels, it was announced last week
by Jacob Sher. president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
which conducted the drive.
"In the tremendous life-saving
task which the Jewish commun-
ity of Greater Miami undertook
through its 1948 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, the hotel owners of
this community performed nobly,"
said Mr. Sher.
The federation head paid spe-
cial tribute to the co-chairmen
of the hotel unit. Mayor Marcie
Liberman, Irving Frankel, Sam
Lachman and Joe Gardner.
Members of the hotel unit ex-
ecutive committee wore:
Arthur Adler, Abe Allenberg,
David S. Andron, Sid Birnbaum.
Charles Cohen, Harry Cornblum,
Jennie Grossmger, Paul Gross-
Inger, Nat Hankoff, Al Jacobs,
Walter Jacobs, Hairy Koretzky,
Ralph Lachman, Mrs. Bertha
Malamut, Murray Maurer, Mickey
Michaels, Joe Morris, Samuel
Rivkind, Joseph M. Rose, Her-
man Schatzberg, Ed Singer, Harry
Sir kin.
Morris Klass. executive di-
rector of the Federation, said that
the 1(54 hotels contributed a total
if $317,740 to the campaign.
Following are the hotels which
received the honor certificates:
Abbey, Adams, Alamac. Albion, Al-
len, Anne)), Atlantic Beach, Atlantic
rowers, Atlantis, Avalon Hotel, Ban-
croft. Barclay Plaaa, Bay Harbor.
Beach End, Beach View Apt. Hotel.
Bi.....n, Belmar, Belvedere. Berkeley
Shore, Betsy Boss. BougnnviUa Apt.
Hotel, Blackstone, Broadrlpple, Brody
Manor, Oadot, Cadillac, Campton,
fnrdnaa, Caribbean, Carleton, Carlyle,
Charles, Chorney, rievclander, Collins,
Collins Plaaa, Colony, Commodore.
Congress. Copely Plaza, Coral Way.
|Coronndo, Corsair, ('rest, Cromwell,
Croydon Arms, Davis, Dorchester,
Dorset, ESdgewater Beach, Kl Morocco,
Bmbassy, Essex House, KxchanRe,
n"l"rolno Plaaa. Fleetwood, Floral
Apt. Hotel, Franklin, Frederick, CJeor-
rlan, Ger, Glades, Governor, Grand
Plaaa, Greenbrler, Greenvlew, fJross-
Inger Panooast, Handon Hall, Harri-
son. Indian Creek, Indl.nn Queen, In-
ternational, Jefferson. Kenmore. KinK
Cole, LaFayette, Leamington, I#niar,
Leslie, Liberty Arms, Lincoln Center.
Lord l.alfour. Ixrd Baltimore, I>ird
Tarleton, London Arms. Majestic.
Marseilles. Martinique. Maxfne. May-
fair, Metropole, Monroe Towers, Na-
tional, Nemo, New Surf. New Yorker,
Norman, Normandle, North Hhore.
Ocean tirande, Ocean Haven, Ocean
Spray, Ocean Surf, Oceanic, Otis,
Palmer House, Paramount, Park Cen-
tral, Plaaa, Plymouth. Poinciana.
President, President Madison. Prl
Ann, Raleigh, Regent, Rendale. Rev-
lln, Richmond. Ritaz Plaza. Robert
Clay, Robert Thomas, Roney Plaza,
Southern JWB
Meets in Atlanta
ATLANTASoutheastern com-
munities have been asked to meet
with the Southern Section of the
National Jewish Welfare Board
in Atlanta on June 6 to plan next
season's concert series.
Communities which cooperated
last season in the cultural series
and many others have been in-
vited to the meeting by F^h
Charninsky of San Antonio,
Texas, chairman, Cultural Series
Committee, Southern Section,
JWB.
Cooperation of the communi-
ties may make possible the in-
clusion of more community par-
ticipation because of the sharing
of expense costs, Charninsky re-
vealed.
Beth Sholom Arts and
Crafts Start Classes
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom, has announced that
beginning Monday, June 7, the
sewing and arts and crafts groups
will begin their summer sessions
in the Temple patio (4144 Chase
Ave., Miami Beach) from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m., every Monday, under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Jack
Gordon, assisted by Mrs. D.
Honoroff, who will hand e the
sewing group. Mrs. Lee Donen
will be in charge of the arts and
crafts group.
Articles created by these groups
will be sold at the Sisterhood
Bazaar to be held next December,
for the benefit of the Temple Re-
ligious school. Mrs. Bessie Nelson
has been named bazaar chair-
man.
Details about these groups can
be obtained at the Temple office.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1948
EDITORIAL
Gigantic
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal, called on American
Jews to help the Jews of Israel "turn back the
enemies attacking its settlements and its cities.
He po.nted out that while the Arab states are
mounting a concerted attack on the Jews, "the
nations are debating."
"We Jews cannot debate. We must act and
act at onceunless we are to acquiesce in
murder," Mr. Morgenthau declared. "Unless we
are prepared to say to the Jews of Palestine: fight
alone, for we are not concerned with your destiny.
I am convinced that not a single decent Jew in
America says that. On the contrary, the Jews of
America are aroused."
GREATER MIAMI JEWRY DID NOT DEBATE!
Asserting that the establishment of the State
of Israel "will usher in a new era of resettlement
and reconstruction for the Jewish people," he said
that the displaced persons camps in Central
Europe can be emptied of all homeless Jews be-
fore the end of 1949, il American Jews provide
the financial resources through the United Jewish
Appeal to make possible an unprecedented mass
immigration to Palestine.
"Remember this one fact: before May 15th,
the British Government determined the quotas
for immigration to Palestine. Today, the Jewish
communities of America have that decision.
"How many Jews shall go into Palestine this
year? Shall it be 50,000 or 100,000? Only the Jews
of America, through the contributions can answer
that question.
GREATER MIAMI JEWRY HAS GIVEN THEIR
ANSWER!
"I know that I bespeak the mind of the Jews
of the United States when I say to the Jews of
Israel: we will back you up to the limit as you
fight for every inch of the soil which you have
won with the sweat of your pioneers and the
blood of your martyrs. We say to the State which
~ST/A/d
LET THE BIRD FLY!
is fighting for all of us that we will give them
the dollars so that they may emerge triumphant
from this dark hour."
GREATER MIAMI JEWRY HAS GIVEN THEIR
DOLLARS!
Yes, with the renewed call for aid in this
Year of Destiny, Greater Miami has answered
and met the challenge. With reports already re-
vealing SI,450,000 raised, the State of Israel is
assured of the additional funds needed at this
Democratic Process
The U.S. Supreme Court ruling forbidding
State and Federal courts to enforce racially re-
strictive real estate agreements is not only a
milestone in the struggle against discriminat.on
but an historic chapter in the development of
American constitutional law.
The Supreme Court did not rule such agree-
ments unconstitutional by themselves, but by
holding that the parties to such a contractual
obligation can have no recourse to the courts of
law for enforcement it had added impetus to the
struggle which is being waged by good men of
all faiths against prejudice and bigotry.
Because restrictive covenants are, as Judge
Joseph M. Proskauer of the American Jewish
Committee has pointed out, "a major weapon in
the segregation of racial and religious minorities,"
they constitute not only a basic threat to demo-
cracy but are violative of the spirit of the Constitu-
tion and the equal protection rights of all citizens,
regardless of race, color or religion.
Since the basic significance of the ruling is
that courts of law cannot give sanction to re-
strictive real estate covenants which are instru-
ments of bigotry and tools of segregation, it ap-
pears to us as laymen that the decision has
opened the door to state legislation barring such
contracts on the ground of public policy. In any
event, in the words of Dr. Stephen S. Wise, the
decison has knocked out "the most important
prop of the ghetto system which has increasingly
disgraced and disfigured most of our American
communities and which un-American forces in
time. "Save the State of Israel" campaian break-
fast Sunday morning will put the 1948 Driver
over the top.
IT IS A GIGANTIC ACHIEVEMENT TO AID
A GIGANTIC STRUGGLE.
Stein, Orovitz Presented Citations
Sher Re-elected Federation President;
(Continued from Page 1)
seeking." he said. "It dawned up-
on us that we had developed a
new techniquea community ap-
proach and community planning.
If it worked so well in fund rais-
ing, we asked ourselves, why
couldn't it work equally as well
in other endeavors. We saw that
fund raising was only a fragment
of community organization, that
process of mobilizing all com-
munity resources, manpower,
agencies. money. intelligence,
leadership, to asist the commun-
ity in adequately discharging its
resv ::es to all causes. We
viasur.lized a central agency serv-
ing as the agent of the commun-
in meeting its responsibili-
ties to these causes, and we be-
gan to move in that direction.
This was the thinking of those
who laid the foundations of our
Federation ten years ago. Evi-
dence of the soundness of this
approach is the things we have
accomplished since then, outside
of the field of campaigning."
The meeting was presided over
by Mr. Sher who, in his presi-
dential report, reviewed the ac-
complishments of the previous
year. He listed amount the out-
standing events of his adminis-
tration the overseas delegation.
Federation's move to its new
quarters, the adoption of the
largest fund-raising goal in Fed-
eration history, the population
census, the adoption of a five-
year plan in which Federation,
joined by its agencies, will de-
velop an integrated blueprint for
futur3 planning and building re-
quirements of Federation agencies
and the decision of Federation
to accept the responsibility for
raising capital funds for its par-
ticipating agencies.
"We approach the challenge
of the future," Mr. Shar taid.
"As our community crrows its
needs will expand and Federa-
tion must be prepared with a
program and the ability to ex-
ecute that program.
"On the national and world
levels, funds must continue to
flow from the local Jewish com-
munities of the nation in in-
creased measure to maintain the
strength and vitality of our
American Jewish community, tc
give life and hope to our fellow
Jews in Europe and, now, th<-
state of Israel must be supported
to the fullest degree.
"I hope and pray that we
measure up to these future re-
sponsibilities and obligations as
well as we have in the past
ten years."
Morris Klass. executive director
spoke on "A Look Ahead." He
predicted that within the next
five years the Jewish population
of Greater Miami would swell to
from 60,000 to 75.000 people
"which would put us in size above
San Francisco, and Pittsburgh
Mass Meetings
For Israel Action
Well Attended
(Continued from Page 1)
proximately five thousand people
lathered in Bayfront Park to hear
Senator Claude Pepper, who flew
here from Washington for the oc-
casion. ,
Pepper's remarks told of his
personal visit to Palestine and
the political intrigues in the State
Department which have kept the
Palestine problem in a complete
state of disorganization. He com-
mended President Truman for his
stand in the immediate recogni-
tion of the State of Israel and
hoped that the president would
continue affirmative and aggres-
sive action on the part of the
Beach B. & P. Women
Sponsor Dance Contest
The Ritz Plaza Hotel will be
the scene of a dance and contest
sponsored by the Miami Beach
Business and Professional Wom-
en of Hadassah, on Saturday,
June 19. Selections will be made
of Mr. and Miss Typical Miami
Beach, the winners to be award-
ed complete beach outfits. Those
interested in entering the con-
test should contact Lyn Warner
at 1619 Lenox Ave., telephone
58-5769. Miss Warner announces
that the judges, who will be an-
nounced later, will base their se-
lections on five pointsbeauty,
hair, figure, posture and person-
ality. Registrants should furnish
their names, addresses, measure- \
ments, photographs, etc.
and close to Jewish communities United States through the United
the size of Newark, Baltimore and Nations for the treatment of Is-
Detroit rael. He decried the present arms
He also predicted that the pop- embarS .an ulation of Israel will increase week m Congress unless
there was cessation of hostilities.
from its present 700,000 to more [
than 800,000 within the next year!
and that it would reach 1,250,000
by 1951.
He cited these population
growths as evidence of the need
for Federation to set a pattern
for 1949 which which will en-
able it to carry on its program
of providing for the needs of
the local community and the
United Jewish Appeal. (Editor's
Rabbi Irving Lehrman made an
impassioned plea for funds and
was followed by Dr. David
Andron and Dr. Leon Kronish.
who assisted in the appeal. The
Reverend David Ullrich, presi-
dent of the Miami Ministerial As-
sociation, addressed the audience.
I R Goodman, president of the
council, presided.
Sunday evening the American
NoteThe full text of Mr. Klass' I League for a Free Palestine spon-
report will be published in the I sored a gathering at the Floridian
next issue of the Jewish Flori-
dian.)
Charter and constitution
changes adopted at the meeting
will
1. Increase Federation's power
to hold property valued at $1,-
000.000.
2. Increase Federation's power
to accrue indebtedness to $500,-
000.
3. Raise the level of Federation
membership to a minimum pay-
ment of $10.00 on pledges.
4. Make the Campaign Planning
Committee an appointive body.
A plaque was awarded to Max
Orovitz in recognition of his serv-
hotel. Major Samuel Werser, of
England, in the main talk of the
evening, deplored the action of
Great Britain and the United
States toward the present situa-
tion in Israel. He claimed the sit-
uation abroad was critical and
unless the dillay-dally tactics of
the United Nations and the coun-
tries involved would cease, there
was grave danger as to the out-
come.
Abe Aronovitz. Miami attorney,
was chairman of the function,
which was also addressed by Pro-
fessor Mark Walman, president
of the local chapter. Barney Ross
and Barry Gray made brief talks.
Beth David Picnic To Be
Held At Greynolds Park
The annual picnic of the Beth
David Congregation will be held
Sunday at Greynolds Park at the
Big Rock Cabin beginning at 11
o'clock. Games and prizes for
winners of all ages will be the
feature of the picnic, including
an elimination contest in which
everyone present will take part.
Those attending are asked to
bring their own picnic lunch;
punch will be served.
A bus for children having no
other means of transportation,
will leave Beth David at 9:3Q
a.m. Those wishing to use the bus
and adults wishing transporta-
tion should call Mrs. Lillian
Becker at 9-5897 or Mrs. Moe
Feingold at 3-8048.
ice as president of Federation The appeal for funds for the
from 1945 to 1947 and a citation, Irgun raised several thousands of
was given to Mr. Stein for his
work as chairman of the 1940
Combined Jewish Appeal.
dollars.
The Palestine Funday Show at
Flamingo park will take place
A recent release of the stand-
ing of the nation's leading 790
college basketball teams, by a
prominent rating svstem, reveals
that the Yeshiva quintet was
pegged as the 722nd best aggre-
gation in the land.
Saturday night.
Colors will be presented in a
ceremony under the auspices of
the Jewish War Veterans.
Tickets for the performance
are available through donation
at the office of Buddy Allen, and
at the office of A. J. Cleary, on
West Flagler St. Donations will
be accepted as tickets at the door
Saturday night.
Red Cross Opens
Water Safety Program
The annual summer water safe-
ty program of the American Red
Cross will officially open M n-
day, June 14, according to an-
nouncement made this week by
Ted J. Bleier, swimming chair-
man for the Dade county chap-
ter. The program will continue
throughout the summer months.
Utilizing 11 pools located
throughout the county, the Red
Cross offers free instruction for
beginners, intermediates, swim-
mers, advanced swimmers, junior
and senior life savers. In pre-
paration for the program, an in-
structors' training course began
Monday (May 10) at the new
Robert Clay hotel pool, under di-
rection of Godfrey Novotny. Red
Cross safety services director.
Moh Jong Parry Aid
Palsy Organization
The recently organized Cere-
bral Palsy Association, whose
motto is "Remember the Fir-
gotten Child," will receive the
entire proceeds of a mah jong
and card party on Mondav. at the
Adams Hotel, 2030 Park Ave..
Miami Beach, at 1:30 r m T^*
affair which is being given by
Mrs. Irving Leiberman. llM-
Michigan Ave., will be open to the
public; admission $1.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1948
Message Of Israel
On WQAM Sunday
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of
Teniple Israel has announced
that beginning with Sunday, June
fi station WQAM will carry the
"Message of Israel" program
from 10 to 10:30 a.m. The ar-
rangement was made by Rabbi
Zwitman with Owen F. Uridge,
station manager, of WQAM.
This program generally origin-
ates in New York City and is
carried over a national ABC
hnokup. It is under the direction
of the United Jewish Laymen's
Committee and brings to the mic-
rophone outstanding rabbis of
the Reform movement in Amer-
ica.
Rabbi Zwitman announces that
within the next few months
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, president
of the Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion, Dr. Nelson Glueck, presi-
dent of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege. Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver,
Rabbi Joshua Liebman, Rabbi
Maurice N. Eisendrath, and Rab-
bi Jonah Wise will be heard.
David Holds Annual
Father Child Event
The annual Father Child
Breakfast held by the Beth David
Men's Club, will take place at
Manning's Restaurant, Bernard
A. Sterling, program chairman.
announced. Reservations for the
affair, scheduled for Father's Day,
June 20, may be made by calling
9-3469 or by mailing check to
the Congregation office, 135 N.W.
3rd Ave. Tickets for father and
child will be $2.50 and reserva-
tions will be limited to 250.
Breakfast Cancelled
Harold Shapiro, president of
the Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, announced
that at the request of Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman the breakfast which
was to take place Sunday in
honor of the Rabbi's birthday, has
been postponed in order not to
conflict with the "Save the State
of Israel Drive." The Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation will hold
a breakfast at the Steak House
on Sunday at 10 a.m.
Greater Miami
Hadassah Board
Installs Officers
First meeting of the new board
of directors of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah was held in
the form of a luncheon at the
Versailles hotel, Miami Beach on
May 24.
Chapter president, Mrs. Milton
Sirkin was installed by Mrs
Abraham Goodman, former Ha-
dassah president. The Greater Mi-
ami Chapter is composed of the
Miami Beach, Miami, Deborah,
Business and Professional, Miami
Beach and Business and Profes-
sional, Miami, groups of Ha-
dassah.
Mrs. Harry Rubin, luncheon
chairman, presided and present-
ed Mrs. Max Dobrin, immediate
past president, who gave a re-
port of the past year's accom-
plishments. Mrs. Harry Platoff,
financial secretary, also pre-
sented a financial report.
Members of the hoard who wore
elected to serve for thr onmitiK v.-ar
ire an follows: Mrs. sirkin, presi-
dent: Mrs. Abraham Ooodnian, vice
president; Mrs. Joseph Karp. vice
president; Mrs, Harry Platoff, fi-
nancial secretary: Mrs. J. Mufson
vrrespondtng secretary; Mrs j.
Martin Flahman, recording secretary;
Mrs. Iuls Heiman. treasurer.
The following are directors repre-
senting the various groups: Miami
Beach Qroup: Mrs. Benjamin Gold-
stein, Mrs. Anna Wolf. Mrs N\
Douglae Raff, Mrs Max Dobrin, Mrs
\lex Van Straaten, llrs Harold
Spaet. Mrs. Harry Rubin. Mrs. Harnev
Weinkle. Mrs. SVim Slmonhoff, Mrs.
I'arl Weinkle. Mrs. Dorothv Fink.
Mrs. Ileiijaniln Meyers. Mr- Matilda
Hatner. Miaioi Group: Mrs. H. C.
Moaer, Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs.
Fred Ochs, Mrs ixiuis Kotkin, Mrs.
Harold Cohen, Mrs Moe Feingold.
Deborah Group: Mrs. i.eo Levin, I.eon-
ird Heldner, Joseph 1'omerance, Alex
Straus, J. Granger.
liuainesH and Professional, Miami
Beach: Miss Lillian Goodman, Miss
l>ora Keller, Miss i.ynn Zuekerman.
Hnsincss and Professional, Miami:
Miss Kthel Weinsteln and Miss Rosa-
lind Klein.
U^lstFhridHar
Basketball At Miami Y
Billy Kaler. president of the
Miami "Y" Youth Council, an-
nounces the first official basket-
ball game to be played in the
new building, at 450 S.W. 16th
Ave., will be held tomorrow
night between the Gesu All Stars
and the Riddle School. An or-
chestra will furnish music for
the dance which will follow the
game. Admission will be fifty
cents.
Temple Men's Club
Selects Wolff
As Mew President
Directing the activities of Tem-
ple Israel's Men's Club for the
year 1948-1949, as its president,
will be Henry E. Wolff.
Other new officers include Max
Holtsberg, Michael Isenberg, Lee
Stein and Bernard Wall, vice
presidents, Milton Shapiro, treas-
urer: G. L. Mendelson. secretary:
Hy Kaplan, corresponding secre-
tary. The board of directors are
Herman Binder. Harry Boyell,
Harry Diamond, Dr. F. H. Fisher
Henry Hirsch. Max Marx, Jules
Mendelson, Jerry Freehling,
Stuart Gordon, Edward Klein,
Ben Slote, Dr. William Schiff
Phillip Schiff, Herman Goldberg
and Bernard Stein.
Jerry Freehling. program com-
mittee chairman, announces that
at the first meeting of the season,
Wednesday at 8 p.m.. a presenta-
tion of television will be given
at Temple Israel. Expert techni-
cians will be present to answer
questions. The meeting is open
to members and their friends. Ed-
ward Klein, and his committee,
will be in charge of refreshments.
PAGE FIVE
Miss Badanes Honored
A June bride-to-be was honor-
ed Tuesday night when 35 friends
attended a miscellaneous shower
and dinner given at Betty's rest-
aurant for Bernyce Badanes.
Bernyce, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Badanes, 126 S.W.
9th Ave., will marry Ferdinand
Phillips on June 20. The shower
was tendered by her sister-in-
law, Mrs. Samuel Badanes.
Judge Louis Bandel
Luncheon Speaker
"Problems of a Night Court
Judge" will be the topic discussed
by Judge Louis Bandel at today's
meeting of the Sholem Lodge
B'nai B'rith in the Downtown
Club at 12:15. Marx Feinberg,
president of the lodge, will give
a report on the recent B'nai B'rith
District Convention in Washing-
ton.
Deadline
Items for publication, includ-
ing organisation publicity re-
leases and social articles, must
be in the Jewish Floridian of-
fice or postmarked before 5
p.m. Tuesday in order to in-
sure publication the following
Friday.
Beach Masada Meets
The Miami Beach unit of
Masada will hold a regular meet-
ing on Sunday. June 6 in the
patio of Temple Beth Sholnm.
Ted Nelson new president of the
Young Adult Zionist group, an-
nounced. Further discussion will
continue on Masada's swim-dance
which will be held at the Carib-
bean hotel on July 4, at 8 p.m.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1948
llabbi AroiiMiii
Loads Rabbinical
Assembly Group
Rabbi David Aronson of Tem-
ple Beth El, Minneapolis, wa
unanimously elected to the presi-
dency of the Rabbinical Assem-
bly of America at the conclusion
of its 48th annual convention
which was held at the Sherman
hotel ,in Chicago last week. He
succeeds Rabbi Israel M. Gold-
man, of Temple Emanu-El in
Providence, Rhode Island, who
had served as leader of the body
for two years.
The conference brought to-
gether 250 of the 400 members
of the assembly, representing the
Conservative rabbinate in this
country and Canada.
Rabbi Bernard Segal, executive
vice president of the assembly,
reported that courts of Jewish
law had been organized in Chi-
cago and Philadelphia These
tribunals deal with the inter-
pretation of Jewish law and op-
erate under the guidance of the
assemblv's lav/ comm^sion.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. Con-
gregation Beth El. West Palm
Beach, was among the new mem-
bers formally introduced at the
convention.
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"Decade Of Service" Recognized
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Dr. Andron's Hebrew Academy
Credit is due to Dr. David
Andron for organizing, directing
and maintaining his Hebrew Aca-
demy on Miami Beach. It must be
a labor of love; for Dr. Andron
surely can't realize any monetary
profit on his investment, or com-
pensation for his arduous work.
u/e are bound to draw this con-
clusion: his inner satisfaction is
beyond any financial reward. To
mould the lives of groups of
young people is sufficient com-
pensation for any forward look*-
ing public-spirited person. Few
are fortunate enough to put into
operation an urge that is bene-
ficial and spiritual at the same
time.
The Parochial School
Not that the fundamental idea
governing his school is not open
to question. Personally, I am
somewhat confused and would
welcome clarification.
From his own lights, Dr.
Andron stands on solid ground.
Hailing from a family that is
deeply imbedded in rock-ribbed
orthodoxy, he feels the urges and
need of conserving the old form
of traditional Judaism. He can
argue quite plausibly that the
Jews of America are in danger
of assimilatingthat is to say
extinct on. What can save them?
Education in the religion, the cul-
ture, the spirit, the learning of
their ancestor!in a word, by
keeping Judaism alive. How can
this be done? Only by teaching
Jewish values to the children.
How? They certainly can't get
such instruction in the public
school, Here Dr. Andron provides
the answer. A school in which
the child learns Judaism while he
acquires the rudiments of a gen-
eral education, in shortthe Par-
ochial School.
Now we come squarely to a
problem that reaches into every
Jewish home throughout the land.
How is the child to be kept with-
in the fold? The forces of dis-
integration are powerful and al-
luring. Many parents who ignored
the problem have suffered con-
tinuous pangs when their child
was married into and adopted by
an alien church. That the Sunday
School is inadequate is, I be-
lieve, conceded by every serious
minded person. The Hebrew
School'.' Well, what can one ex-
pect nut of a four hour a week
instruction course in Bar Mitzva
Hebrew0 The child's energies are
already spent for the day when
he leaves the public school at 3
o'clock It would seem that Dr
Andr in has the argument
cinched.
The Public School
But I can't shake off a sense of
misgivings. What are they? Let's
see. A parochial school means
the c( mplete elimination of the
public school out of the child's
life. Is it wise? Is it fair to the
child? The public school is the
bulwark of American democracy,
is where Americanism is
nurtured. The entire experiment
of the American wav of life is
1 in it. In it the child
comes [ace to face every day with
chikhon 0f otner rei|gi0US de-
nominations, racial origins or
social backgrounds. The public
school demonstrates that all re-
ligious, social, economic, or racial
groups can live, work and play
side by side; that people of every
religious sect, racial origin or na-
tional "antecedent can be decent
and fine; that the same human
nature exists among rich and
poor, among Protestants. Catholics
and Jews. Books cannot teach
everything. Nor is book learning
the only function of public school
education. Without knowing it the
child absorbs manners, accents,
turns of speech, a mental atti-
tude, a sense of fair play, loyal-
ties, team work, patriotism, social
intercourse, tolerance, the Amer-
ican way. He or she drifts into
friendships which they would or-
dinarily never acquire.
Dr. Andron would say that all
these things could be acquired
equally well in the Parochial
school; I don't think so. Shall we
segregate our children from the
stream of American life? Shall we
erect a ghetto wall and after-
wards complain bitterly about
discrimination?
The problem remains. I wish I
knew the answer.
Kahn Leads SOS
Edward M. M. Warburg, na-
tional chairman of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, announced
today the election of Albert M.
Kahn, prominent businessman
and philanthropist of New York
City, to the post of national co-
chairman of the JDC's SOS
(Supplies for Overseas Sur-
vivors) Collection.
Leon Kaplan (left), president of the Miami YM & WHA. is
shown as he presented a scroll to Maurice Grossman at a testi-
monial reception tendered recently Jo honor Grossman upon the
completion of ten years as executive director of the Y.
Miami Mayor Guest
At Sholem Lodge
Father's Day Event
Mayor Robert Floyd will be
the guest of honor at a "Father's
Day Fun Fest." sponsored by
Sholem Lodge Women's Chapter
of B'nai B'rith in a joint meet-
ing with the men's lodge on
Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., June 8, at
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St.
According to Mrs. Harry Gor-
don, the Women's Chapter presi-
dent, dramatic satires will be
presented in honor of B'nai B'rith
fathers and B'nai B'rith leaders
in greater Miami. It is expected
that Mayor Floyd will also par-
ticipate in the proceedings.
In charge of the program for
the Women's Chapter will be
Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. John
Kronenfeld, Mrs. C. R. Jacobson.
Mrs. Milton Sachs, Mrs. Lenore
Curtice.
The men's lodge, under the di-
lection of President Marx Fein-
Hprg, will hear reports on the
District Grand Lodge convention
attended by Miami delegates last
veek Reporting for the lodge on
the convention programs will be
E. Albert Pallot. William L. Pal-
lot, Milton A. Friedman. Louis
Heiman and C. R. Jacobson.
Reach I.iris Rate
Lodge Awards
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i recently by Maurice Klein, chair-
man of the Americanization Com-
mittee of the JWV, the American
Legion and the Elks. Marilyn
Levinson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Levinson of Normandy Isle,
and Barbara Epstein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Barbara Epstein.
429 S.W. 19th Road, won the
American Legion Award. Post No.
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This was the first time the Legion
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girls. The JWV award for the
best essay on democracy was pre-
sented to Arleen Sprafkin. 1436
Meridian Ave. The three girls are
students at Miami Beach Senior
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bara also recently won the
doubles championship both in the
State and Gulfstream tennis
tournaments.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1948
Personally Speaking...
After a month's vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Binder are
at home, 836 N.E. 90th St. While away, the Binders visited
Atlanta, Washington, New York and Chicaqo.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel, of Baltimore, and their son
Bernard, of Elkton, Md., are spending a month's vacation at the
Poinciana hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
Mrs. Isidore Pomerantz, 670 West 46th St., Miami Beach, has
returned after a five weeks' vacation in Baltimore, where she
attended the bris and pidyon haben of her grandson. Jay David
Finglass, Mrs. Pomerantz daughter is the former Lenora
Pomerantz, Miami Beach.
-* *
Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear, 1010 West Ave., are leaving
for New York June 12. From there they will fly to Europe where
they will spend more than two months visiting Lisbon, Madrid,
Rome, Geneva and Paris. Mrs. Lear is director of the Lear school
on Miami Beach.
. *
Mrs. Morris Gershon and her daughter Polly have recently
moved to 1611 Euclid Ave.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman, 1037 S.W. 20th Ave., left
this week for a month's vacation in the north. En route they will
stop over in Birmingham, Memphis and Washington, later at-
tending the Jewelers Convention in Atlantic City. The Friedmans
will also visit New York City, staying at the Victoria hotel.
* *
A son, Arthur Lee, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowitz,
3436 Pra'rie Ave., on May 21. at Victoria hospital. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiated at the bris which was held on the 28th.
* *
After a six weeks visit in Chicago, where they were called
to attend the funeral of their oldest son, Irwin, who passed
away May 19, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon have returned to
their home, 2027 S.W. 6th St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport, 1011 S.W. 25th Ave.. ac-
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Polk and Miss Carol
Warshaw, will leave Sunday for the University of Florida,
Tallahassee, where their son Oscar will receive his degree
as Bachelor of Law.
* *
Arriving in Miami last night were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie T.
Bukstel, who came here horn New York following Mr. Bukstel's
graduation from the Columbia University School of Optometry.
The Bukstels will reside with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell
Hyman, 3000 Royal Palm Ave. Mrs. Bukstel is the former Rita
Hyman.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob De Koven. 1235 Meridian Ave.. will
leave Monday for their summer home, 1946 Lakeshore Drive,
Mission City, Indiana, for a four months' stay.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey R. Cohen, of Coral Gables, announce
the birth of a son, Tuesday at McGee Hospital, Pittsburgh.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen of
Miami.
* *
Visiting Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei are Nathan Machtei,
of New York, brother of Rabbi Machtei, and Mrs. Bertha Kronich,
of Pittsfield, Mass., sister of the Rabbi, who is accompanied by
her daughter Sonya. Naomi Machtei arrives home today to
spend the summer vacation with her parents. She is a student
at Florida State University.
* *
Announcement has been made of the birth of a son, Mar-
shall Norman, to Dr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Moss, 2356 S.W. 12th
St., on May 11. Mrs. Moss is the former Elaine Weinberg of
Baltimore.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon are spending a brief vacation
in New York City, following their attendance at the B'nai B'rith
convention in Washington. They are expected to return in
ten days.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Glick, 2625 S.W. 24th Ave., have as
house guests, Mrs. Glick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Stein,
of Brooklyn. The Steins will remain here until the 14th.
* *
Jerome Rauzin, son of Mrs. Jack Mintzer, Fort Lauderdale,
and the late Sidney Rauzin, has been elected second lieutenant,
platoon leader and finance officer of the Pershing Rifles, national
military honor unity of ROTC at Georgia Tech, Atlanta. Rauzin
is a graduate of Georgia Military Acyademy and is now a
sophomore at Georgia Tech.
Following her graduation from the University of Miami,
Lizbeth Goldenberg has left Miami for her home in Morris-
town, New Jersey, where she will marry Harry Lubar of Phila-
delphia, on June 20th. Miss Goldenberg, an ex-army nurse, saw
service in the Pacific for four years. Her finance, also a veteran,
is now an engineer for General Electric in Philadelphia, where
the couple will reside._____________
Reception Honors
Miss Paula Laeh
A reception will honor the en-
gagement of Paula Lach to Leon
Rosenblum Sunday at the home
of her fiancee's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. Rosenblum, Patterson,
N. J. Mrs. Isidor Lach, mother
of the bride-to-be, flew to Patter-
son on Wednesday to join Paula,
who has been the guest of the
Rosenblums for the past week.
Paula, who is national treasur-
of the B'nai B'rith Young
er
Women, will attend the national
convention to be held in Detroit
over the July 4 week-end. Upon
her return to Miami, plans for
the wedding will be announced.
Julius Samuels
Assumes Position
With Miami Y
Julius Samuels has assumed his
duties as activities director of
the Miami Y, Maurice Grossman,
executive director of the organ-
ization, announced this week.
Mr. Samuels was recently area
director of the Bronx River
Neighborhood Center. He is a
eraduate of City College in New
York, with a degree of Bachelor
of Social Science. He received
his Master of Arts degree from
Columbia University, and his
Master of Science in Social Work
from the New York School of
Social Work. His varied experi-
ence includes positions as dram-
atics and music counselor of the
Hebrew Orphan Asylum Camp;
instructor in Theatre Arts, New
Theatre School: department in-
structor in Social Welfare; with
the USO at Gulfport. Miss.. New
London. Conn., and Rome, N. Y.
Mr. Samuels is married and
has two children.
Monte Carlo Club
Open Tonight on Trail
Monte Carlo. Miami's newest
supper club, will open tonight
at 700 S.W. 8th St. Featuring Art
Pevton. Sam Head and Seymour
Hoffman, the club will offer con-
'inuous entertainment until 5
a.m. Music will be furnished by
Flea Madden and his orchestra.
A policy of summer prices with
no cover or minimum will be
maintained. The nite spot, said
to be one of the most beautiful
in the area, will be completely
lir-conditioned. The Monte Carlo
will open under the management
of Georgia Demetree and Jimmie
Hayek.
Miss Shirley Bernstein
Miss Bernstein To
Wed In New York
The Hotel Pierre, New York
City, will be the scene of the
marriage of Shirley Bernstein to
Robert Moses. Tuesday. June 29.
at 6:30 p.m. Shirley, who is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Bernstein, 1610 N.W. 34th St..
Miami, was a student at the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she was
a member of the Thespian So-
ciety.
Knights Of Y
New Beach Group
Holds Dance
The Knights of the Y, a newly
formed group of teen agers of
the YMHA at 1536 Bay Road, is
I conducting a swim dance this
Saturday night, June 5, at 8 p.m.
at the Raleigh Hotel on Miami
Beach. This is the first project
undertaken by the new group
with the entire proceeds going
to the new state of Israel. The
use of all facilities including the
dance band have been made avail-
able to the Knights by Sam Riv-
kind, owner of the Raleigh Hotel.
A swim meet and water show
will be part of the evening"s en-
tertainment followed by dancing.
Members of the swim commit-
tee are: Allan Kurzwell, Stewart
Deutch, Arnie Grossman, Gene
Cohen, Paul Goldhagen, Jimmy
Dratt and Larry Lehrman.
Norman Gamse Is
Valedictorian
Norman Gams" has been chosen
valedictorian of the religious
school graduating class of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation. Graduation exercises will'
be held at the Congregation Sun- !
day at 8 p.m. The senior class i
will present a cantata in Hebrew,
entitled "What Is Torah." Mem-.
bers of the graduating class in-1
elude Fred Blumenthal, Francs
Frome, Norman Gamse, Sheldon
Miller, Jerry Marmorstein,
George Siegel and Walter Troff-
kin.
The Bar Mitzvah group of the
institution will be presented to I
the Congregation in an offering I
"The Ideals of Israel." Members |
of the class are Beverly Haber,
Rita Grossman, Loretta Kesten-
baum, Gladys Zammit. Marilyn
Green, Charlotte Solomon, An-
nette Wolf, Frances Hurwitz,
Corrine Traeger, Eleanor Sachs,
Wilma Shulman and Rhoda Ziss-
man.
Instructors of the graduating
class and Bar Mitzvah group are
Josephine Berman and June
Glasberg.
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Stone Re-elected
JSSB President
At Annual Meeting
Elry Stone was re-elected pres-
ident at the 27th annual meet-
ing of the Jewish Social Service
Bureau which was celebrated
with a brunch at the Shelborne
hotel last Sunday.
Officers and directors elected to
serve with Mr. Stone were: vice
president. Judge Harold Spaet,
M.; Monte Selig, Mrs. Leo Ack-
erman; secretary, Mrs. Jacob
Eppstein; treasurer, Irving Frank-
el- trustees. Herbert Scher, Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers, William D. Singer,
George Chertkof; directors, Leo
Ackerman, Jules Channing, Max
Holtzberg, Leo Eisenstein, Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Matilda
Ratner, Harold Ungerleider, Dr.
Herman Selinsky, Rabbi Colman
Zwitman, Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Dr.
M. J Safra, Fred Shochet, Ben-
jamin Meyers, Max Silver, Rudy
Adler. Mrs. Ida Goldberg. Mrs
Edward Levine, Mrs. Harold
Spaet, Bernie Pallant, Mrs. Mor-
ris AlpiTt. Alfred Stone and Mrs.
Aaron Farr.
Toastmaster of the annual
meeting was Rabbi Colman Zwit-
man of Temple Israel who also
participated in a round table dis-
cussion on Family Life with Rob-
ert Mosher, executive director of
the Community Chest, and Dr
Herman Selinsky, psychiatric
consultant to the Jewish Social
Service Bureau. Morris Klass, ex-
ecutive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation was
moderator of the round table.
Participation in a skit describ-
ing the work of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau were Mrs. Nat
Williams, Mrs. Leo Ackerman,
Mrs. Jacob Eppstein, Elry Stone,
: t Scher and Judge Harold
Spaet.
Annual reports were delivered
by Elry Stone, president, and
Charles Cohen, executive director
of the Jewish Social Service Bu-
reau, which is a red feather
agency of the Community Chest
and a beneficiary of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Pioneer Women
Week's Activities
Mrs. Harold G. Shapiro, presi-
dent of Kadimah Chapter, will
represent the Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women at the
annual Southeastern Seaboard
Regional seminar to be held the
week of June 7 at the St. Charles
Hotel, Atlantic City. Mrs. Edith
Mink will also attend, represent-
ing Club 1.
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PAGE NINE
The Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women will hold an
election of officers at the home
of Mrs. Lena Mintzes, 815 4th
St., Miami Beach, on Monday
night.
The Pioneer Women's organiza-
tion of Greater Miami, Club 1,
will meet Tuesday evening at
8:15 at Beth David auditorium,
when an election of officers will
be held. The meeting will be
open to the public and refresh-
ments will be served.
Versailles Hotel Starts
New Radio Program
Monday morning, June 7, at 10
o'clock, is the starting date for
the new "Versailles Hour" over
radio station WMBM, which will
be a full hour show from 10 to 11
a.m. daily, 6 days a week, Mon-
day through Saturday inclusive,
as announced today by Leonard
H. Adelman, managing director
of the hotel.
Del Moore will officiate the
program among guests on the
dining terraces it breakfast.
Mrs. Meyers Heads
Women's Clubs
Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers was
re-elected president of the Con-
ference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations at a meeting of the
board last week. Other officers
serving with her are Mrs. Sydney
Weintraub, first vice president;
Mrs. Louis Glasser, second vice
president; Mrs. M. Sirkin, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. George
ChertkrJ, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Irving Lehrman, treas-
urer; Mrs. Leon J. Ell, calendar
secretary; Mrs. Edith Weinstein,
registrar.
Mrs. Meyers served as the first
president of the organiation at
its inception about a year ago.
All Jewish women's organizations
are represented and the confer-
ence meets regularly to coordi-
nate activities and cooperate in
communitywide affairs.
Bernard Frank Gets
Municipal Judge's Post
City council today unanimous-
ly named Attorney Bernard
Frank as associate municipal
judge to fill the one-year unex-
pired term created by the resign-
ation of Attorney Jack Rosen.
The motion was made by Coun-
cilman William Burbridge and
seconded by Herbert Frink.
A pre-law student at the Uni-
versity of Miami, Joseph B. Reis-
man, has been tapped for the
Iron Arrow. Robert, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. L. Reisman, 2251 S.
W. 7th St., is a junior at the col-
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Radio Commentator
Beech Lodge Guest
Harrison Wood, radio com-
mentator, who broadcasts daily
over station WIOD will be the
guest speaker at the Miami Beach
Ledge B*nai B'rith regular meet-
ing on Tuesdav. 8:15 p.m.. June
8. at the Miami Beach YMHA.
Mr. Wood will speak on "This
Changing World."
According to David R. Isen.
program chairman. Mr. Wood
agreed to appear before the Mi-
ami Beach B"nai B'rith group as
his last public appearance prior
to his completion of a new book
on public affairs, after which he
wil! leave Miami for Mexico.
Harry Zukernick will preside
and is expected to make a report
en the recent district convention
held in Washington. Past presi-
.-, nt, Walter Kovner. will report
on committee appointments made
i!ur:ng the convention and Harold
Tu.-k will map membership ex-
p ins on plans for the coming
j i\ r.
All B'nai B"rith members and
their friends are invited to hear
Mr. Wood. The admission is free
end the public is invited.
Library Recieves Award UNVEILINGS
At its annual meeting on May
19, the Jewish Book Council of
j America presented the first cita-
tions to local Jewish libraries
which met standards fcr facili-
ties and service set up by the
Book Council.
The Jewish library of the Bu-
eau of Jewish Education of Mi-
lmi was a recipient of a citation.
Harry Simon.loff. chairman of the
library committee, was present at
the meeting to receive the award
A formal presentation of the cit-
ation will be made locally early
:n the fall.
The library of the Bureau is
housed in rooms UC-319 Con-
gress Building, and has over 1500
volumes in Hebrew. English and
Yiddish. The reading room is
open from 9 to 5 Monday through
Friday.
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late I
Teller, 242 Washington Av,
ami Beach, will take place Sun
day at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Ceme"
tery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will officiate. Friends are invited
to be present.
Friends and relatives ,;f the
late Jacob Greenberg. 6410 SW
10th Ter., are asked to attend the
unveiling of a monument to his
memory on Sunday, at 12 noon
at Mount Nebo Cemeterv.
Cantors Jacob Y. Goldring and Samuel Kelemer are shown
chanting the prayers at the mass meeting held May 15 in Flamingo
park bandshell to greet the establishment of the state of Israel.
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turned after attending the Rab-
binical Council Convention and
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vention of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations in New
York.
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committee and took part in the
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hiva University. He was one of
the twelve Rabbis in the country
elected during the twelfth na-
tional convention in New York
to serve as a member of the na-
tional executive committee cf the
Rabbinical Council of America
t for a three year period. While in
J New York, he attended two ses-
sions for the planning of the
Southeastern Synagogue Confer-
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ami Beach June 25-28. and in
which the nine southeastern states
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PAGE ELEVEN
County Aids International Effort
To Save Europe's Starving Children
Dade county became part of the qlobal effort strivinq to
, some of the millions of Europe's and Asia's children from
save some
starvation.
Last week
in
from
representatives from
the McAllister hotel
more"than seventy civic, business, church and labor groups
.prved a "starvation lunch-
"JJL!, meagre meal dramatizing "nced. Individuals and groups
Jhe daily fare on which millions
of hungry
children have to sub-
sist year after yearand listened
to fi,si.hand reports on starva-
tion conditions by Jack Bell, war
correspondent and cdlhmrnst;
Harrison Wood, political econom-
ist and radio commentator, and
Mrs Monte Selig, national board
member of the National Council
0f Jewish Women.
Miss Lillian Harris, represent-
ative of the headquarters of the
Hjj Crusade, explained that this
is a unified effort of all member
nations of the UN and that all
food bought with contributions is
carefully watched and guided by
UN repi nsentatives into the desti-
tute arias where children are
starving. This strict supervision,
she emphasized, prevents any
food shipments from being side-
tracked into black markets.
I hope each of you will realize
from this meal just what millions
of the world's children have to
live 0none third of this amount
for breakfast, one third for lunch,
one third for supper," she said.
(The "starvation luncheon"
consisted of one slice of meat,
24 inches square, two thin
slices of dark bread, a dab of
margerine, a vitamin pill, a
bottle of milk, anda "jigger"
of cod liver oil. There were no
takers for this last food!)
Twenty-five reputable relief
agencies of the United States,
which are carrying on separate
programs of supplying food and
medicines in other countries, have
been included in the United
States crusade, with the United
Nations' International Children's
Emergency fund. Some of these
are such agencies as the Ameri-
can Friends Service, A F of L
labor league foreign relief pro-
gram. CIO community service
overseas relief fund, Church
World Service, Greek War Re-
lief. United Service to China, Na-
tional Catholic Welfare, Ameri-
can Relief for Italy, Philippine
War Relief and others of equal
merit.
Dade county headquarters for
the UN Crusade for Children are
located in 701 Biscayne building,
telephone, 2-0612.
"There will be no formal so-
licitation of funds, as house-to-
house canvassing," Mrs. William
Cox. executive chairman, has an-
groups
will be urged to send in theii
donations without solicitation, she
said. "It must be a community-
wide expression of sympathy for
the destitute children who are
the helpless victims of war and
famine," she added.
Treasurer of the local crusade
is R. L. (Bob) Hill, vice presi-
dent of the First National Bank
of Miami. Co-chairmen of the
executive committee is Mrs. J.
B. Davidson. Honorary chairman
is Mayor Robert L. Floyd, of Mi-
ami, who urges every citizen "to
take a minute to think what this
crusade means. Then remember
how fortunate we are today in
America. Then let your conscience
be your guide."
A proclamation by Governor
Millard Caldwell this week an-
nounced that the state-wide
crusade would be from May 24 i
to June 7 and urged all Florida
communities to cooperate.
Honorary national chairman of
the Crusade for Children is Gen.'
Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Quota for Dade county to raise
is $100,000. The United States!
quota is $60,000,000. Some coun- ,
tries have already met their
quota, one of the most outs'.and- j
ing being the little country of |
Iceland, which averaged more |
than $3 per capita population.
England's contributions to the
fund are based on a day's pay
per person.
Neighborhood and other groups
are urged to develop local pro-
jects for the children's crusade,
such fs dances, partie?, enter-
tainments or pooling of indivi-
dual donations as the group's
gift. Donations should be mailed
or delivered to headquarters: 701
Biscayne Building, Flagler SV.
at Miami Ave.
The new staff of officers of the Miami Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, was in-
stalled recently at Huylers Restaurant. Assisting Mrs. Samuel Beck as president will be the
Mesdames Charles Belanoff, 1st vice president; Harry Shargaa, 2nd vice president: Charles Mino-
witz, 3rd vice president; Samuel Geltner, recording secretary; Sol Covner, financial secretary; Sid
Boeninger. corresponding secretary: Marion Schoor, treasurer; and Ben Kandel. sergeanl-at-arms.
The board of directors includes the Mesdames George August, David Catsman, Isador Cohen. Wil-
liam Clein. Morris Bear. Stella Beyer. Louis Brown, Max Daum. Anna Doockler. Joseph Fine, Os-
car Green. Irving Hirsch. Norman Jacobs. Harry Klein. Isador Langner. Nat Katz. Cehca Kasov.
Louis Keller. Isador Kiel. Rose Pertes. David Pottash. Dave Singer. Rose Sakowitz. Isadore Schwartz.
Joseph Rssenthal, Sara Tobias, Samuel Wilchyk and Joel Zalis.
Mrs. Shargaa, chairlady of the house committee, was in charge of arrangements for the in-
stallation. Rabbi Max Shapiro was guest speake r. Participating in the program were Rev. Maurice
Mamches and Miss Ruth Brotman. _______
Herald Photographer
At Emanon Meeting
The Emanon Club of the Mi-
ami YMHA will hold their reg-
ular meeting Wednesday, June 9,
8:15 p.m., at the Miami Y. Follow-
ing the meeting, a lecture on
photography will be presented by
Tony Garnet, chief photographer
of the Miami Herald newspaper.
Mr. Garnet will illustrate his dis-
cussion.
The Emanon Club of the Miami
YMHA is a social organization
for young men and women over
21 years of age. Meetings are
held the second and fourth Wed-
nesdays of the month at the Mi-
ami Y. Veterans are given six
months' free membership to the
club. Samuel Kratish is president
of the club.
Harvey Miller Debut On
WBAY Program Sunday
Eleven year old Harvey Miller
made his radio debut Sunday over
WBAY on Juvenile Theatre of
the Air, playing the part of the
son in "William Tell." Harvey,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Miller, 1477 N.W. 36lh St., is
studying public speaking under
Mrs. Birmingham, coach for the
Juvenile Theatre. He is a student
at Allapattah Elementary School.
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25PAYLJUNE 4 194g
Histadruth Benefits From
Workmen's Circle Affair
The Histadruth will benefit
from the proceeds of an affair
to be given Sunday at 8 p.m. by
the Workmen's Circle, Branch
699, of Miami. Participating in
the program will be Rev. Maurice
Mamches in a recital of Pales-
tinian songs; A. Drucker who will
render flute selections; J. Puck-
leker in piano numbers, and H.
Greenberg in a monologue. The
motion picture "House in the
Desert" will be shown. The even)
will be held at the Workmen's
Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd
St., with admission of $1.
The Everglades Chapter of the
Workmen's Circle announces that
the boatride originally scheduled
for May 30. will be held Sunday.
June 13 at 8 o'clock, on the Semi-
nole Queen, II, leaving pier 6.
Beth Jacob Closing
Exercises On Sunday
Closing exercises of the Beth
Jacob Sunday school will be held
Sunday at 11 a.m. at the Beth
Jacob Community building. The
program will include an original
playlet and musical poem written
by a faculty member, Miss Natalie
Gray. Also on the program will
be exhibitions of classroom work,
projects for the year, recitations
and songs. Report cards will be
distributed.
Greetings will be extended by
David Whitman, Congregation
president. Mrs. Louis Makovsky,
Sisterhood president, and Dr. M.
J. Safra, chairman of the Board
of Education. Parents and friends
are invited to attend the gather-
ing at which refreshments will
be served by the Sisterhood.
IN THE MAIL
Fair Play
To the Editor:
My attention has been called
to an article appearing in your
May 21 issue regarding Dr. David
Marx, rabbi emeritus of the Tem-
ple in Atlanta.
May I inquire tA to how you
would allow such an article to be
published without finding out
something regarding the facts?
If you believe in fair play then
you should know something re-
jarding this outstanding citizen
who is loved and respected and
idmired by fellow-Americans of
ill faiths throughout the nation,
.-ind the high tributes vhich have
been pa'd to him, so well deserv-
ed, cannot be inlluenced by such
an unwarranted attack.
How can you expect iustice un-
less you are willing to do justice?
Respectfully yours,
ARMAND MAY.
Hollywood BBYO Group
Aids Haganah Affair
The meeting of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization of Holly-
wood, scheduled for June 3, was
postponed, to enable members of
the group to assist the Broward
County Friends of Haganah at
their benefit dance at the Co-
lonial Inn on that date. Mem-
bers of the BBYO acted as ush-
ers, parking lot attendants, ci-
garette girls and cashiers.
Members of BBYO will spend
the week-end of June 5 at Palm
Beach, as guests of the West Palm
Beach chapter.
The next scheduled meeting of
the BBYO will be held at the
Jewish Community Center, 2020
Polk St., on Thursday evening,
June 10. Young men and young
women between the ages of 18
and 25 are invited to attend. The
group is sponsored by the B'nai
B'rith Lodge of Hollywood.
Melieov Pupils
In Piano Recital
A recital of classical music for
the piano was given by the pupils
->f Anyuta Melicov last Sunday
it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
C. Fishman. 5334 La Gorce Drive,
last Sunday. The pupils included
several brother and sister com-
binations, among them being
Mary Elizabeth, Michael and
Thomas Fishman, Miriam and
Samuel Kovnat. Aaron and Es-
ther Leibovitz. Two sisters, Goldie
and Marilyn Fishman. also took
part in the program. Other pupils
were Joyce Bruckner. Merle
Foreman, Yvonne Gilbert, Doro-
thy Greenberg, Connie Jackson.
Lucy Matera. Jewel Muravchick.
Bnrh.ira Rosenthal, Michael
Shagan, Shirley Usdansky and
Carl Washer.
Golden Age Raises $200
For Save Israel Drive
At a meeting of the Miami "Y's"
Golden Age Friendship Club Sun-
day, Isaac Englander, president,
made an appeal for contributions
toward the "Save Israel" cam-
paign. Samuel Rothstein, chair-
man of the constitution commit-
tee, also spoke. Two hundred dol-
lars was raised and turned over
to the Federation. The club will
meet again this Sunday at the
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rBTDAY, JUNE 4, 1948
I,-iiiph' Isaiah
Announces Gifts
* HaroW Shapiro, chairman of
,he' newly organized Temple
saiah. the Reform Jewish Con-
gregation of Miami Beach and
vcinitv. announces that gifts of
gefer Torah and a pulpit were
donated by Mr. and Mrs. Max
Gottlieb, long time residents of
this area. These gifts are in honor
0( David Leslie and Roger How-
ard grandchildren of the Gott-
liebs and children of Mr. and
Mrs Richard Goodman.
Rabbi David Raab, spiritual
leader of the Temple announced
that plans have been made for
a complete congregational family
of organizations to include the
Temple Isaiah Sisterhood, Broth-
erhood, Youth Group and a Mar-
ried Couples League. An adult
education program is also being
arranged for members of the con-
gregation. Religious school and
Hebrew classes will commence in
September.
The Temple has received the
endorsement of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
the Hebrew Union College and
the Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis, the three authorita-
tive bodies of Reform Judaism in
America.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of
the Hebrew Union College ir
Cincinnati wrote: "The Hebrew
Union College welcomes Tempi'
Isaiah. We offer you our assist-
ance, our cooperation and our
blessing. Under the consecrated
leadership of you, our alumnus
may you go from strength tc
strength and from achievement
to achievement."
Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman
president of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis sent the
following message: "I was de-
lighted to learn of the project of
the establishment of a new Re-
form Congregation in Miami
Beach. Please accept my hearty
congratulations upon it and upon
your association with it. I am
sure that under your leadership
and with the enlightened co-
operation of my good friend, Ed-
mund I. Kaufmann, the institu-
tion ought to grow and thrive and
become "a bastion of strength for
our Reform Movement."
Location of the Temple will be
made public next week, Mr.
Shapiro stated.
^JewMh ncrldton
The regular monthly meeting
of the Women's League of thc-
Alpha Iota Chapter of Phi Epsilon
Pi Fraternity, will be held at the
home of Mrs. Herman Goodman
of 858 S.W. 7th St., on Thurs-
day. June 10 at 2 p.m.
Rabbi Shapiro Conducts
Eternal Light Program
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches will conduct
the "Eternal Light" radio pro-
gram over WIOD Sunday morn-
ing from 9:30 to 10. The subject
will be "Eternal Vigilance."
PAGE THIRTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
in tiik circuit conn* of thf
EpVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
S?AIJS KOU I,AI)K COUNTY,
fmSl ~ m CttANCERY. No!
1AjLHSJft .'?. I,'nKs. Plaintiff, vs
MIAN; ESS MAOOIORE La JUDES
Defendant.
rm: STATE of FLORIDA:
''','.., SSAUCEB MAOOIORE La
.11 I >r.S.
55 I'atehen Ave.
Brooklyn 21, New York
You ar' hereby notified and ordered
to immu to the mil of Complaint for
Hvorce riled against you in the above-
styled cause on or before the 26 day
if June. 1(>48; otherwise the allega"-
tlona of said 1(111 of Complaint will
> taken as confessed against you.
I^et this Order be published' onre
i week for four consecutive weeks in
he Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper
lUbllshed in Dade County, Florida
DATED this 26th day of May 1948
B LEATHERMAN,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
of the'r'r S1^"*1"' *" he nerk
Florida. "rt D"de ro,,ntV-
HARVEY KlifJIIOWSKT
ARTHUR SOHAAP
... Partners
Welnsteln, Welnsteln, Welnsteln
Attorney,, fr Applicants
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Fla
5/2S 6/4-11-18-25
Clerk of
circuit Court Beat)
By M.
V. J. KAPLAN
4ollcltor for Plaintiff
701 Congress RulldlnR
Miami 32. Florida
"./28 6/4-11-18
Circuit Court.
C. ORRRN,
Deputy Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT cul'IIT OF THF
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. Fl^iRIDA
IN CHANCKRY, No. 117329
IELEN COSTELLO, Plaintiff, vs.
JAMBS w COSTELLO, D-fendant
.HE 8TATE of FI.oriha
POi JAMES \v. cosTELI/i
SOI Bedford Avenue
Mrooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
o appear to the Hill of Complaint for
Jlvorce filed against you in the
tbOVe-Styled cause on or before the
'8 day of June. 19IS; otherwise the
illea-atlona of said Hill of Complaint
till be taken as confessed against you.
I*et this order be published once a
ireek for four consecutive weeks in
he Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper
lUbllshed In Dade County. Florida.
DATF.D this 27 day of Mav, 1948.
B. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Circuit Court Seal)
By \VM W.
1AM SILVER
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
a 6/4-11-18
STOCK INC,.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_,__ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
.undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the rictlttous name of
x. .''' Sal,'s P^motlons at 1215
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, In-
tends to register sal,l name with the
1 lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
A I. S COHEN
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
17AR Congress RulMiiiK
IS I l-ll-18-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Modern Upholsterer and Decorators
Supplies at 2122 Rlscayne Boulevard.
Miami, Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida
MAX DROSSIN
Sole Owner
28 6/4-11-18-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "'
Sister and Brother Togs at 4s N. E.
1st Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MORTON MOSES and
ANNE MOSES
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
.'28 6 4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
x,^m NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dt.slrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
r,"Z?o ,,r*nch Cleaners & Dyers at
3*0 S. W. 8th Rtreet. Miami. Florida,
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Pade County, Florida.
LARRY L. WHITE and
_____ II/i.NA WHITE
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicants
/7-14-21-28 /4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FIXmiDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
116887.
JOSEPH SANCHEZ, Plaintiff, vs.
MARGARET SANCHEZ, Defendant.
YOU. MARGARET SANCHEZ, 651
West 17th STREET, NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, are notified to file your
appearance In the aliove cause for di-
vorce, on or before the 7th day of
June. A.D. 1948, or a Decree Pro Con-
fesso will be entered against you.
DATED: This 6th day of May,
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN. SILVER SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
5/7-14-21-28 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Palmetto Park Properties at 350 Lin-
coln ltd., Miami Beach, Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROBERT OUTMAN
JULIUS WINOQRAD
HERMAN KOHL
LEONARD L KIMBALL
Attorney for applicants
412 Congress Bldg.
5/14-21-28 6/4 _______^^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JACK and JILL CATERERS (Party
Makers) at the City of Miami. Dade
County, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
BERNARD P. SAFFER
MARK S1LVERSTE1N
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AU-Brite Wet Wash Laundry at 6230
N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH PRESS
Sole Owner.
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
5/14-21-28 6/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACE BAG & METAL CO. (Not Inc.)
at 1212 N. W. 1st Avenue, Miami,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida.
HARRY FATEL
J. F. IjAZARUS
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
5/7-14-21-28 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
Sea View Hotel at 1144 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court "f Dade County, Florida.
JACK KAHN
SALLY KAHN
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicants
Congress Bldg.
5/14-21-28 6/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVLN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Dee-Licious Products at 5905 N.W.
17th Ave.. Miami, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ABE RADOFF
Sole owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Abe Radoff
CongTesa Bldg.
5/14-11-28 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In .,.rnv f(lr n-maxd p Saifer
business under the fictitious name of A,t.Jtrn:L.-or?far<1 P' Sa"er
TROPIC8 LUNCHEONETTE at 235
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida,
intends to register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAM RANDELL
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
5/7-14-21-28 6/4
"Good For Your Health"
40 OCEAN DRIVE
Phones 58-2763 5-3145
MIAMI BEACH
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
POR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. I17S36.
ulia V>>N fJERICHTE-N, Plaintiff.
VB, HOWARD VON GERICHTEN,
IVfendant.
THE STATE OF FIjORIDA:
To HOWARD VON GERICHTEN
184 Schaeffer street
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified anil ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint 'or
Divorce filed against you In the
above-styled cause on or before the
Mth day of June, !94H; otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will lie taken as confessed against you.
!..! this i irder be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper
published in Dade Countv. Florida.
DATED this 27th day of May, 194S.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) __.,._.
By F. J. GOULD.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
'70S Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
-,/2S 4-11-18 ^____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SNO-CREME at 216 N. E. 1st Avenue.
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
FRANK RESNICK
Sole Owner
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
5/7-14-21-28 6/4
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE'CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'''I'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No
:
LENA c.arritY. Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES II GARRITY, Defendant
VOU, JAMES H. GARRITY, 405
Geddes Street, Syracuse, New
>rk, ire notified to file your Ai>-
in the above cause for Dl-
vrre, on or before July 3. 194S.
decree pro confesso will be
1 agslnsl you
l>ATED: June 3, 1948.
,, '' R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
" Ircult Court Seal)
By M. 8. GREEN.
... Deputy Clerk.
Attorney, for Plantlff
attorney for Plaintiff
We Ms Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
/-ll-lS-25 7/1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,,,,, .JUDICIAL CIRCUITJS AND
Eon MADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 11,330.
FRANK H"NI>. sometimes known as
FRANK BONDIETTA. Plaintiff, vs.
M VRC.AKET BOND. BOmetfcnee
known VV MARGARET BONDIET-
TA. Defendant
THF ST\TE OP FI,ORIDA:
TO: M A If : A R ET B< >N I. mUmM
known as MARGARET BOND-
I ETTA.
Address unknown. ___.
You are hereby notified and ordered
, appear to the Rill Of P*t
for Divorce filed against you" h
above stvled cause on or befrae ttu
gSTday of June. 1948: otheijrtse.the
allegations of said Hillof Complalnt
will be taken as confessed against you.
Let Sis Order be published once
.. week for four conaecuthja weeka in
,lr.,..tish noridla. anewwapjrpub.
I,ed in Dade County,.**'%
...TL'ti this 27 dav of Ma>. law.
DATED (hi 17 WEATHERMAN.
Clerk Of Circuit Court.
(Circuit CgUrt ST,.K,N.
n> "M' Deputy ci.rk
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Uliilntiff
1701 Congress Building
Miami 82, Florida
5/28 6/4-11-18_____________________
"" NOTICE UNOBRFICTIOUt
oTICH JSVS&a^ovrm tj*t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
b'"dncss under the fictitious name of
JERRY'S* DRUG STORE at 223.' S.W.
22nd Street. Miami, Florida. Intends
tn register said name with the Clerk
.f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
A. J IONELZI
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
./7-14-21-28 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
Bite Radio at lit23rd Street. Miami
Beach, Florida. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk o' the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
MORRTS RARNOW,
Sole Owner.
Mvers. Helman Kaplan
tittoroeva for Applicant
-, 7-11-21-28 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deallinC to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Miami's Children's Shot, at 122 V Mi-
ami Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. MORTOV Mr>SEiS an ANNE MOSES
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
5/28 6/4-11-11-25______________
42o Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
5, 21-2X 6/4-11-14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
U7186.
FRANCES KESTEL, Plaintiff, vs.
HAROLD JOHN KESTEL. Defend-
To: HAROLD JOHN KESTEL 60
Morgan Avenue, Brooklyn, New
York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 18th day of June, 1948.
Dated this 20th day of May. 1948.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk ot Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By P. J. GOULD,
Deputy Clerk
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
127 Calumet Building
Miami, Florida
5/21-2* 6/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersle-ted. deslrln- to eneiee 1"
business under the fictitious name of
TMVIE GROCERY nt 220 Sout1- D!'e
Highway, Coral Gables. Florida. In-
ends to register ss'd name **'th fh
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAM FRIEDMAN
HMsVSV. SILVER ft SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
-./14-21-28 6/4-11
r.f the
MARTIN W. VOOEL
6/4-11-18-23 7/2
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
n It DADE COUNTY, FT/1RIDA.
-IN CHANCERY. No. 117018.
1ACOB BRAUNHEIM. Plaintiff, vs.
BERTHA BRAUNHEIM. Defendant.
TO BERTHA BRAUNHEIM
ion Ocean Parkway
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified andI re-
auired to appear to the Bill of Com-
?,Kmt filed in the above styled cause,
on or before June 14, 1948 otherwise
"he BUI of Complaint will be take"
;, confessed against you. Let this
order be published once a week or
four successive weeks In Th* Jewish
Floridlan. a newspaper published In
Dade County, f Dated this 12 "^ *fer,M4,N.
Oerk of Orcuit Court.
.Circuit Court Seal) & aWBU*,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Bulldliuj
Miami. Florida
5/14-21-2S 6,4
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
F1.0RIDA IN CHANCERY. No
117246.
ERNEST MA LUNGER. Plaintiff, vs.
CLAIRE MA LUNGER. Defendant.
TO CT.AIRE MALLINGER
pntTR I BOX 68*,
NATIONAL CITY. CAT.IFORVIA
YOU ARE HEREBY R^OU'RED to
'lie an Annearance or Plead In the
above action for divorce on or before
Mine 28. 1948: otherwise a decree pro
,-onfesso will he entered against you.
Dated this 21th day of May. 1948.
Dated inis^ r T,e.\THERM \N,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
,rlrCU'tCR,v&MnW. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
BURNETT ROTH
\ttornev for Plaintiff
I! 2 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
5/2* 6/4-11-18_____________
'------nnriFR OF PUBLICATION
,V THE?C?RCTIT COURT OF THE
1ITH IUD1CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
liTll MM COUNTY. FT.ORIDA.
^v PHANCERY, No. 117268.
7nv TANE SOOFIE1.D. Plaintiff.
Mv-R\lNCENT Y. 8COFIBLD. De-
T^vmCDNT Y. BCOTMLD
Residence unknown to the
arelaherebv notified to file your ap-
Dated May/-p'^EATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) & oreen
Deputy Clerk.
M\RION BROOKS, Attorney
olvmpla Bulldinc
6/28 6/4-11-18
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 117147.
LILLIAN LEE, Plaintiff, vs. FONG
KIM LEE. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: FONO KIM LEE,
24 Mulberry Street
New York, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce filed against you In the
above-styled cause on or before the
21st day of June. 1948: otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper
published In Dade County. Florida.
DATED this 19 day of May. 1948.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
HARRY DIETZ
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
5/21-28 6/4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE.
In Re: ESTATE OF DAVID LEVINE.
also known as Dave Levlne, De-
ceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of DAVID LEVINE aka Dave
Levine deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLAN-
TON, County Judge of Dade County,
and file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Fkirlda, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. .See Section 12U ol tile 1933
Probate AcL
Date May 14, A.D. 1948.
HERMAN LEVINE.
As Administrator of the Estate of
DAVID LEVLNE, also kiiuwu as
Dave Levlne, Deceased.
DeCoaiAS, MaER dt FLOYD
607-8 Biscay ne Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Administrator.
5/21-28 6/4-11
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN ItiV. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
117083.
ARTHUR SEMIGRAN, Plaintiff. VB.
ANNETTE SEMIGRAN. i eienuanl.
TO. ANNETTE SEMIGRAN
101-52 113 STKh.tr
RICHMOND HILL 19. NEW YORK
YOU ARE HEKEWi lu-.QL'iKED
to file an Appearance or Plead in the
above action for divorce on or before
June 21, 1948; otherwise a decree pro
confesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 15th day of May. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of tne Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court |eaBHRicEiJit>
Deputy Clerk.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Plaintiff
418 Conrress Building
Miami, Florida
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1948
BrSfldCIS UniVPrSltV Florida u- CamPus Aids United Jewish Appeal
Selects Lewisohn,
Hindus On Faculty
BOSTONThe appointments of !
Ludwig Lewisohn, world-famed
author and critic, and of Profes-
sor Milton Hindus of the Uni-
versity of Chicago, among others,
to the faculty of Brandeis Uni-
versity at Waltham. Massachu-
setts, were announced today.
Others named to the faculty of
the Jewish-sponsored, non-sec-
tarian institution, as disclosed by
George Alpert, president of the
Brandeis Board of Trutees, in-
clude:
Dr. David S. Berkowitz of
Cambridge, as associate professor
of history.
Dr. Osborne Earle of Cam-
bridge, as assistant professor of
English.
Mrs. Lois Rossignol of Flush-
ing, N. Y., as assistant professor
of speech.
Dr. Aron Gurwitsch of Cam-
bride, as assistant professor of
mathematics.
Stuart A. Mayper of Flushing.
N. Y., as instructor in chemistry.
William Leibowitz of Akron.
Ohio, as assistant librarian.
Other faculty appointments will
be announced soon, said Mr. Al-
pert.
Dr. Lewisohn, now living in
Brooklyn, N. Y., will be pro-
fessor of comparative literature.
Dr. Hindus, brilliant young as-
sistant professor of humanities at
Chicago, will be assistant pro-
fessor of English at Brandeis.
The new co-educational college
will open its doors for the first
class on October 11, 1948. with
an anticipated enrollment of 135
freshmen.
Florida Power Schedules Five Day Week
To Benefit Employees During Summer
tiicated by the bill," Bosworth
explained, any amount of over
payment will be credited on his
next bill. This applies to mali
payments, also. The majority of
our customers alreadv use the
mail for paying bills because of
its convenience."
From left to right: Dr. Matthew Drosdoff. Prof. Sam Procter,
Philip Coleman. Jerry Karpf, Bennet Kivel, and Rabbi Gerald
Engel. Mr. Coleman accepts check for the sum of S1000.00 from
Jerry Karpf, student director of the UJA drive on the University
of Florida campus.
Scout Troop 89
Receives Charter
At a ceremony at Beth David
Congregation recently a charter
from the Boy Scouts of America
was presented to Troup 89 of the
Chickasaw Nation, in charge o!
Scout Master Harry Schneider.
After framing by Louis Margulies.
the charter will be entrusted to
Danny Roberts, Life Scout and
active senior patrol leader.
The newly formed troup. spon-
sored by Beth David Men's Club,
was organized by a committee
consisting of Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Sol Rovin, Frank Rose. Al
Quadow and Bernard Sterling.
Plans are being made for a series
of camping trips to prepare mem-
bers for merit badge tests.
United Jewish Appeal drive
conducted on the University of
Florida campus wound up its col-
lecting activities April 30. At the
annual closing banquet of the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
held this year in the recreation
hall of the University of Florida.
Prof. Sam Proctor, of the Uni-
versities Social Science depart-
ment announced that over $1,500
was collected. $500 to be used
locally.
Jerry Karpf was student di-
rector of the drive, while Prof.
Proctor was general chairman.
Working with Karpf were John
Throne, Patricia Ann Pearlman.
Ted Benjamin, Aaron Goldman.
Sheldon Gendzier. Nathan Wolf-
son and Martin Stein. Prof. John
Eldridge of the Universities Eco-
nomics department was chair-
man of the faculty committee, as-
sisted by Professors O. F. Quack-
enbush. Paul Hanna, Stanley
West, Joseph Firebaugh and Ed-
ward C. Riatz. Under the guid-
ance of Robert Stallworth, a
Christian students group cooper-
ated.
Norman F. Solomon handled
he publicity for the campaign
tnd Louis I. Meisel helped serve
several of the dinners and lunch-
eons. Prof. Proctor also announced
that the entire campaign was run
>n the small sum of $17.
Philip Coleman, Jacksonville
industralist and head of the Flor-
ida United Jewish Appeal Drive
accepted a check for the sum of
$1,000 which he said would be
earmarked for hospital and med-
icinal supplies in Palestine.
Speaking at the banquet also
were Ben Joseph Weil of the
College of Engineering, Dr. Mat-
hew Drosdoff, state vice presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith and its State
Hillel representative. Rabbi Ger-
ald Engel, director of the Found-
ation.
Keys for outstanding service to
Hillel were awarded to Herman
F. Solomon, Louis L. Meisel, Eu-
gene L. Solomon. Albert C.
Siegel and Jordon Anabacher.
Also announced was that Mel
Frumbes and Louis Wolff would
go to the summer camp spon-
sored yearly by Hillel for Hillel
future leaders.
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At the recent conference of the
American Association for Jewish
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JUNE 4, 1948
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PAGE FIFTEEN
CALLING All Blood Donors!
The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our commu-
nity ... and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood
donated. Why not protect the lives of the members and give twice a year? The bank
requires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your loved ones will need blood!
To Our Jewish Friends In Metropolitan Miami:
Whatever success the Blood Bank of Dade County has
achieved since its establishment in 1941 is. in a large measure,
due to the interest and generosity of volunteer donors who have
contributed so liberally of their blood.
The Jewish People of Dade County are to be commend-
ed for their ready response and liberal contributions to appeals
by the Blood Bank for blood in emergencies.
It is expected, and it happens, that the largest part of
the blood issued by the Blood Bank is replaced by friends and
relatives of the recipient. When the amount of blood trans-
fused into a patient is not excessive, replacement is usually
made. When, however, a patient receives five, ten. fifty, or
more pints of blood or plasma (one patient received eighty-six
pints of blood and plasma in two months) complete replacement
cannot be expected. It is for such patients that it is necessary
to recruit volunteer donors.
During 1940, before the Blood Bank of Dade County was
established, about fifty pints of blood were transfused monthly
in the Miami area. During 1947, approximately 1,200 pints of
blood were transfused monthly. This represents more than
one unit of blood for each hospital bed in the area. By 1950,
it is expected that there may be 2.500 hospital beds in Dade
County, and 2.500 pints of blood will be reguired to meet the
need.
YOUR REGULAR VISITS
WILL PREVENT THESE
S 0 S CALLS
PLAN TO VISIT THE
BANK TWICE EVERY
YEAR
When a donation of blood is made to the Blood Bank,
the donor designates to whom the credit shall be given. This
may be for a patient, an organization, or to their own credit.
It works just like a bank deposit. The donor may draw on his
deposit whenever he desires to do so.
The Blood Bank of Dade County is a permanent insti-
tution, ranking with the churches, schools and other important
institutions in the service which it renders to the community.
Its only commodity is human blood, and its sole purpose is the
saving of human life. The need for blood is not only today,
but every day in the future. There will never be a substitute
for human blood. It is for this reason that a long range pro-
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been instituted. The success of the program depends upon
volunteer donations of blood, and the Blood Bank of Dade
County is appeal to you to make this donation, so that the
Blood Bank can continue its life-saving program.
As Director of the Blood Bank of Dade County, I want
to take this occasion to express to the Jewish People of Dade
County appreciation of the patients, physicians and the Blood
Bank for their numerous donations of blood in the past, and
express the hope that they will increase their interest in. and
donations of blood to the Blood Bank.
Sincerely,
JOHN ELLIOTT. Sc.D.
Director
Blood Bank of Dade County
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1948
Hebrew Academy Honors Jewish State
With Musical And Dramatic Program
A special musical and dramatic program will be presented
by 40 children of various grades of the Hebrew Academy, on
Tuesday evening, June 8 at 8 p.m. in the Hebrew Academy
auditorium, in honor of the establishment of the new state of
Israel in Palestine.
The event which will be open^>
not only to members and friends
of the academy, but to the gen-
eral public, will herald the epo-
chal occurrences in the Land of
Israel and will devote the major
part of the program to the songs
and dramatic interpretationscom-
emorating the rebirth of the Jew-
ish people.
Greetings will be extended by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community Center. Rabbi
Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of
Congregation Beth David. Abra-
ham Goodman, vice president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica. Shepard Broad, vice presidnet
of the South Eastern Zionist Re-
gion of the United States. Alfred
Stone, president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District, and Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob.
Dr. David S. Andron. president
of the academy and vice presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Zionist
District will be chairman of the
evening.
The children tn appear in the pro-
:. ..f th> evening will !-: Barbara
Burrif Nancy Qoldschlager, Ir;t Im-
bermnn, Madeline Kagan, Irving
Kelemer, Peter Klein, Nathaniel
Norman I.a.-hman, Howard
an, Michael Rubier, Melvln
Rafra, Seymour Bpolter, Sidnev
Shnplro. Wlllam Telly, Jonathan
D nald Kramer. Robert Kunst,
0 lantl, Louis Telly, FYancrs
Pranki Steven Morull, Eugene
Aaron, Samuel Fwler. Richard Peln-
steln, Caroli Bllverberg, David Stahl.
Ba bara Fanow, Rita Kloner, David
Bbenateln, I.inny O.-lfanil. Joi>h
Lauer, Efrom Mescheloff, Sheila Rub-
ier, Sand] Andron, David Oelt, Jerome
Herman, Beatrice Raphael*, Melvln
Sachs, Moaheh Shapiro, Jay Makovaky
There will be no solicitation of
funds and no admission charge.
Beth David Names
Graduation Members
Among the graduates of the
Beth David Congregation Sunday
school for 1947-48 are Ann
Clein. Rhoda Haber, Phyllis
Koblentz, Kenneth Myers. Ruth
Saal and Ella May Weissman.
H nor student* include Rlalne
Joseph Beck, Michael Hurncy,
Miami U Alumni
Elect 48-49 Officers
The University of Miami Alum-
ni association elected officers for
1948-49. at the annual banquet
in the cafeteria on the universi-
ty's main campus. May 29. Ap-
proximately 500 alumni members
were present. They were ad-
dressed by the new football
coach, Andy Gustafson.
Grant Stockdale. '46. former
secretary to Congressman George
Smathers and recent candidate
for the county commission, was
elected president of the associa-
tion. Claud Corrigan, '42, now-
associated with the Parker Art
Printing Co., was made vice pres-
ident. He will also act as editor
of the monthly alumni publica-
tion.
The new treasurer is Marshall
Simmons, '45, staff announcer for
radio station WIOD. Mrs. Helene
Putnam Kichefski was re-elected
secretary.
The board of directors elected
to serve two years arc Mrs. Beryl
Chapman Ce-sarano, '33, Mrs.
Betty Goff Galbraith, '39. Mrs
Joan Goeser Knoche. '39. Keith
Phillips, Jr., '43, and Dick Pome-
roy, '31.
The association has an active
mailing list of 13.000 alumni
throughout the United States and
many foreign countries, it was
revealed at the banquet. Of this
number, 7.000 alumni are ;n the
Greater Miami area, and C21 are
employed as teachers ot in ad-
ministrative positions in the Dade
county school system. Approxi-
mately 200 alumni of the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School are
practicing law io this area.
Nine Bar Mitzvahs Take
Place Over Weekend
The Bar Mitzvah of nine Miami
and Miami Beach bovs will be
GFraeeydnm.nbH3en8*jirn celebrated tomorrow at Temples
and Synagogues throughout the
area. These include Morton, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Binstock;
Goldstein, Stanley iolust*'in, Rhoda
er, Paul Knmsler. Robprta Koer-
Bdfrai Lewis, Carol Ann Mlhatov.
Joan P'-arlstetn. Leah
Pike, Dlna Rablnowlta, Norman Harris, son of Mr. and Mre. Ben
RablnowltS, I.lnrla Rovln, Herman
Rosenthal, Ruth Saal. Barbara .Safer,
Dorothy Schreidell, Sidney Bchreldell,
Jerry Shevln, Ruth Snlrcr, Ruth
SI ebel, Arnold Schatiman, Hobby
Sterling, Adele Biegel, Zella Warshaw.
Hebrew school honor students In-
rluilc r>avid Breslow, I-oulse Cahan.
lruln Potzin. Ann Rlsenberj?. Alvln
Qraubert, Ivan Oraubert, Paul Kama-
ler, Harvey ECaaow, Myron Kabn.
Benny Kocrner. Marlyn Kutnick.
Elaine Lerner, Marsha Maiinoff, Fred
Malakoff, .ludlth Rosenthal. Marshall
Shapp. Bobby sterling and Dorothy
s | idell.
Officers for the coming year
will be presented to the members
of the Beth David PTA when
the group holds the last regular
meeting of the season Monday at
8 p.m. at the Congregation.
ORT In Tel Aviv
An association bearing the name
"ORT Tool Supply Corporation,"
has opened in Tel Aviv to supply
artisans and various collective
workshops in Palestine with ma-
chinery and tools, accoidnig to
word received at the headquarters
of the American ORT Federation
in New York.
Horvath; Max, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman; Jerry,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stein;
and Bernard, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Harry Tarr, all of whom will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Congrega-
tion Beth David.
Ctremonies for Stephen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Halpern.
and Robert Stanley, son of Mr.
and Mrs David Rothenberg, will
be held at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community Center. Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will hear Alvin Stone, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Stone, become Bar
Mitzvah, while Robert, sen of
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Palter, will
make his address at Temple Beth
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Temple Bath Sholom, 4144
Chase are., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
F Iday v.ning services at 1:15 will
be condui ted by the Bar Mitzvah
'. 5708. The weekly Torah Por-
tion "Rebukotal" will be read. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will address the B*nel
Mitzvah. An Oneg Shabbat will follow
vi. Saturday morning service
16. Robert Palter will become
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REFORM
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th it.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath eve services at 1:11 p.m.
Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "God's
Law in Man's World."
Temple Emanu-EL 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Friday evening services at 8:00.
Speaker to be announced.
Jewish Community Center,
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Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Kaufman will address the con-
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ORTHODOX
Congregation Betn Jacob, 301-
311 Washington avew Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Meschelott;
Cantor Louis D. Fedar.
Friday evening service at 6:45. Sat-
urday morning; service at 8:30. Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on "Walk In
My Statutes." Mlncba at 6:45 followed
'.v shaio.- Seudoa. Rabbi Mescheloff
uill s]>.ak on the Portion of the
Closing Sunday school exercises
it lo;0o at which awards and diplomas
will be presented, Refreshments will
i..- served by the Sisterhood. Dally
school from :i:3" to 6:30.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday evening services 6:45; Satur-
day morning at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Rack-
ovsky will speak on "War In Israel."
At p.m. he will speak on "'Govern-
ment In Chaos.'' Mincha at 6 p.m.
followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
Daily morning services at 7:30 a.m.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1948 Message Of Israel On WQAM Sunday Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Teniple Israel has announced that beginning with Sunday, June fi station WQAM will carry the "Message of Israel" program from 10 to 10:30 a.m. The arrangement was made by Rabbi Zwitman with Owen F. Uridge, station manager, of WQAM. This program generally originates in New York City and is carried over a national ABC hnokup. It is under the direction of the United Jewish Laymen's Committee and brings to the microphone outstanding rabbis of the Reform movement in America. Rabbi Zwitman announces that within the next few months Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, president of the Jewish Institute of Religion, Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union College. Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, Rabbi Joshua Liebman, Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, and Rabbi Jonah Wise will be heard. David Holds Annual Father Child Event The annual Father Child Breakfast held by the Beth David Men's Club, will take place at Manning's Restaurant, Bernard A. Sterling, program chairman. announced. Reservations for the affair, scheduled for Father's Day, June 20, may be made by calling 9-3469 or by mailing check to the Congregation office, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Tickets for father and child will be $2.50 and reservations will be limited to 250. Breakfast Cancelled Harold Shapiro, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, announced that at the request of Rabbi Irving Lehrman the breakfast which was to take place Sunday in honor of the Rabbi's birthday, has been postponed in order not to conflict with the "Save the State of Israel Drive." The Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold a breakfast at the Steak House on Sunday at 10 a.m. Greater Miami Hadassah Board Installs Officers First meeting of the new board of directors of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah was held in the form of a luncheon at the Versailles hotel, Miami Beach on May 24. Chapter president, Mrs. Milton Sirkin was installed by Mrs Abraham Goodman, former Hadassah president. The Greater Miami Chapter is composed of the Miami Beach, Miami, Deborah, Business and Professional, Miami Beach and Business and Professional, Miami, groups of Hadassah. Mrs. Harry Rubin, luncheon chairman, presided and presented Mrs. Max Dobrin, immediate past president, who gave a report of the past year's accomplishments. Mrs. Harry Platoff, financial secretary, also presented a financial report. Members of the hoard who wore elected to serve for thr onmitiK v.-ar ire an follows: Mrs. sirkin, president: Mrs. Abraham Ooodnian, vice president; Mrs. Joseph Karp. vice president; Mrs, Harry Platoff, financial secretary: Mrs. J. Mufson vrrespondtng secretary; Mrs j. Martin Flahman, recording secretary; Mrs. Iuls Heiman. treasurer. The following are directors representing the various groups: Miami Beach Qroup: Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein, Mrs. Anna Wolf. Mrs N\ Douglae Raff, Mrs Max Dobrin, Mrs \lex Van Straaten, llrs Harold Spaet. Mrs. Harry Rubin. Mrs. Harnev Weinkle. Mrs. SVim Slmonhoff, Mrs. I'arl Weinkle. Mrs. Dorothv Fink. Mrs. Ileiijaniln Meyers. MrMatilda Hatner. Miaioi Group: Mrs. H. C. Moaer, Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs. Fred Ochs, Mrs ixiuis Kotkin, Mrs. Harold Cohen, Mrs Moe Feingold. Deborah Group: Mrs. i.eo Levin, I.eonird Heldner, Joseph 1'omerance, Alex Straus, J. Granger. liuainesH and Professional, Miami Beach: Miss Lillian Goodman, Miss l>ora Keller, Miss i.ynn Zuekerman. Hnsincss and Professional, Miami: Miss Kthel Weinsteln and Miss Rosalind Klein. U^lstFhridHar Basketball At Miami Y Billy Kaler. president of the Miami "Y" Youth Council, announces the first official basketball game to be played in the new building, at 450 S.W. 16th Ave., will be held tomorrow night between the Gesu All Stars and the Riddle School. An orchestra will furnish music for the dance which will follow the game. Admission will be fifty cents. Temple Men's Club Selects Wolff As Mew President Directing the activities of Temple Israel's Men's Club for the year 1948-1949, as its president, will be Henry E. Wolff. Other new officers include Max Holtsberg, Michael Isenberg, Lee Stein and Bernard Wall, vice presidents, Milton Shapiro, treasurer: G. L. Mendelson. secretary: Hy Kaplan, corresponding secretary. The board of directors are Herman Binder. Harry Boyell, Harry Diamond, Dr. F. H. Fisher Henry Hirsch. Max Marx, Jules Mendelson, Jerry Freehling, Stuart Gordon, Edward Klein, Ben Slote, Dr. William Schiff Phillip Schiff, Herman Goldberg and Bernard Stein. Jerry Freehling. program committee chairman, announces that at the first meeting of the season, Wednesday at 8 p.m.. a presentation of television will be given at Temple Israel. Expert technicians will be present to answer questions. The meeting is open to members and their friends. Edward Klein, and his committee, will be in charge of refreshments. PAGE FIVE Miss Badanes Honored A June bride-to-be was honored Tuesday night when 35 friends attended a miscellaneous shower and dinner given at Betty's restaurant for Bernyce Badanes. Bernyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes, 126 S.W. 9th Ave., will marry Ferdinand Phillips on June 20. The shower was tendered by her sister-inlaw, Mrs. Samuel Badanes. 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PAGE FOURTEEN +JmlstiflorktiM? FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 19 48 BrSfldCIS UniVPrSltV Florida u Cam P us Aids United Jewish Appeal Selects Lewisohn, Hindus On Faculty BOSTON—The appointments of Ludwig Lewisohn, world-famed author and critic, and of Professor Milton Hindus of the University of Chicago, among others, to the faculty of Brandeis University at Waltham. Massachusetts, were announced today. Others named to the faculty of the Jewish-sponsored, non-sectarian institution, as disclosed by George Alpert, president of the Brandeis Board of Trutees, include: Dr. David S. Berkowitz of Cambridge, as associate professor of history. Dr. Osborne Earle of Cambridge, as assistant professor of English. Mrs. Lois Rossignol of Flushing, N. Y., as assistant professor of speech. Dr. Aron Gurwitsch of Cambride, as assistant professor of mathematics. Stuart A. Mayper of Flushing. N. Y., as instructor in chemistry. William Leibowitz of Akron. Ohio, as assistant librarian. Other faculty appointments will be announced soon, said Mr. Alpert. Dr. Lewisohn, now living in Brooklyn, N. Y., will be professor of comparative literature. Dr. Hindus, brilliant young assistant professor of humanities at Chicago, will be assistant professor of English at Brandeis. The new co-educational college will open its doors for the first class on October 11, 1948. with an anticipated enrollment of 135 freshmen. Florida Power Schedules Five Day Week To Benefit Employees During Summer tiicated by the bill," Bosworth explained, any amount of over payment will be credited on his next bill. This applies to mal i payments, also. The majority of our customers alreadv use the mail for paying bills because of its convenience." From left to right: Dr. Matthew Drosdoff. Prof. Sam Procter, Philip Coleman. Jerry Karpf, Bennet Kivel, and Rabbi Gerald Engel. Mr. Coleman accepts check for the sum of S1000.00 from Jerry Karpf, student director of the UJA drive on the University of Florida campus. Scout Troop 89 Receives Charter At a ceremony at Beth David Congregation recently a charter from the Boy Scouts of America was presented to Troup 89 of the Chickasaw Nation, in charge o! Scout Master Harry Schneider. After framing by Louis Margulies. the charter will be entrusted to Danny Roberts, Life Scout and active senior patrol leader. The newly formed troup. sponsored by Beth David Men's Club, was organized by a committee consisting of Rabbi Max Shapiro. Sol Rovin, Frank Rose. Al Quadow and Bernard Sterling. Plans are being made for a series of camping trips to prepare members for merit badge tests. United Jewish Appeal drive conducted on the University of Florida campus wound up its collecting activities April 30. At the annual closing banquet of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, held this year in the recreation hall of the University of Florida. Prof. Sam Proctor, of the Universities Social Science department announced that over $1,500 was collected. $500 to be used locally. Jerry Karpf was student director of the drive, while Prof. Proctor was general chairman. Working with Karpf were John Throne, Patricia Ann Pearlman. Ted Benjamin, Aaron Goldman. Sheldon Gendzier. Nathan Wolfson and Martin Stein. Prof. John Eldridge of the Universities Economics department was chairman of the faculty committee, assisted by Professors O. F. Quackenbush. Paul Hanna, Stanley West, Joseph Firebaugh and Edward C. Riatz. Under the guidance of Robert Stallworth, a Christian students group cooperated. Norman F. Solomon handled he publicity for the campaign tnd Louis I. Meisel helped serve several of the dinners and luncheons. Prof. Proctor also announced that the entire campaign was run >n the small sum of $17. Philip Coleman, Jacksonville industralist and head of the Florida United Jewish Appeal Drive accepted a check for the sum of $1,000 which he said would be earmarked for hospital and medicinal supplies in Palestine. Speaking at the banquet also were Ben Joseph Weil of the College of Engineering, Dr. Mathew Drosdoff, state vice president of B'nai B'rith and its State Hillel representative. Rabbi Gerald Engel, director of the Foundation. Keys for outstanding service to Hillel were awarded to Herman F. Solomon, Louis L. Meisel, Eugene L. Solomon. Albert C. Siegel and Jordon Anabacher. Also announced was that Mel Frumbes and Louis Wolff would go to the summer camp sponsored yearly by Hillel for Hillel future leaders. We make money for you by letting us build your home, store or addition on "time-and material" or "contract" basis. We lend you our tools and equipment with our crew of well trained mechanics. No job too large or too small. We make the plans. 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We ai" following a plan that many business firms have already adopted." Bosworth stated that the local office will be open to the public from 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily, Monday through Friday. He stressed, however, that emergency telephone calls, as in the past, may be made at any hour. In connection with the Saturday closing. Bosworth pointed out that customers may pay their bills and secure receipts at any of Florida Power & Light Company's neighborhood pay stations located at convenient points throughout the city. Locations are printed on the back of bills. Customers who wish to pay bills on Saturdays may drop their bills and payment through a slot n the door of the company's office. Envelopes are provided at the door for this purpose. This depository is also available for 'after hours" payments, and in he evenings. 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rBTDAY, JUNE 4, 1948 I'll Say... JJ**l*Lfkricifor) PAGE SEVEN "Decade Of Service" Recognized By HARRY SIMONHOFF Dr. Andron's Hebrew Academy Credit is due to Dr. David Andron for organizing, directing and maintaining his Hebrew Academy on Miami Beach. It must be a labor of love; for Dr. Andron surely can't realize any monetary profit on his investment, or compensation for his arduous work. u/ e are bound to draw this conclusion: his inner satisfaction is beyond any financial reward. To mould the lives of groups of young people is sufficient compensation for any forward look*ing public-spirited person. Few are fortunate enough to put into operation an urge that is beneficial and spiritual at the same time. The Parochial School Not that the fundamental idea governing his school is not open to question. Personally, I am somewhat confused and would welcome clarification. From his own lights, Dr. Andron stands on solid ground. Hailing from a family that is deeply imbedded in rock-ribbed orthodoxy, he feels the urges and need of conserving the old form of traditional Judaism. He can argue quite plausibly that the Jews of America are in danger of assimilating—that is to say extinct on. What can save them? Education in the religion, the culture, the spirit, the learning of their ancestor!—in a word, by keeping Judaism alive. How can this be done? Only by teaching Jewish values to the children. How? They certainly can't get such instruction in the public school, Here Dr. Andron provides the answer. A school in which the child learns Judaism while he acquires the rudiments of a general education, in short—the Parochial School. Now we come squarely to a problem that reaches into every Jewish home throughout the land. How is the child to be kept within the fold? The forces of disintegration are powerful and alluring. Many parents who ignored the problem have suffered continuous pangs when their child was married into and adopted by an alien church. That the Sunday School is inadequate is, I believe, conceded by every serious minded person. The Hebrew School'.' Well, what can one expect nut of a four hour a week instruction course in Bar Mitzva Hebrew 0 The child's energies are already spent for the day when he leaves the public school at 3 o'clock It would seem that Dr Andr in has the argument cinched. The Public School But I can't shake off a sense of misgivings. What are they? Let's see. A parochial school means the c( mplete elimination of the public school out of the child's life. Is it wise? Is it fair to the child? The public school is the bulwark of American democracy, is where Americanism is nurtured. The entire experiment of the American wav of life is 1 in it. 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Shall we segregate our children from the stream of American life? Shall we erect a ghetto wall and afterwards complain bitterly about discrimination? The problem remains. I wish I knew the answer. Kahn Leads SOS Edward M. M. Warburg, national chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, announced today the election of Albert M. Kahn, prominent businessman and philanthropist of New York City, to the post of national cochairman of the JDC's SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) Collection. Leon Kaplan (left), president of the Miami YM & WHA. is shown as he presented a scroll to Maurice Grossman at a testimonial reception tendered recently Jo honor Grossman upon the completion of ten years as executive director of the Y. Miami Mayor Guest At Sholem Lodge Father's Day Event Mayor Robert Floyd will be the guest of honor at a "Father's Day Fun Fest." sponsored by Sholem Lodge Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith in a joint meeting with the men's lodge on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., June 8, at Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St. According to Mrs. Harry Gordon, the Women's Chapter president, dramatic satires will be presented in honor of B'nai B'rith fathers and B'nai B'rith leaders in greater Miami. It is expected that Mayor Floyd will also participate in the proceedings. In charge of the program for the Women's Chapter will be Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. John Kronenfeld, Mrs. C. R. Jacobson. Mrs. Milton Sachs, Mrs. Lenore Curtice. The men's lodge, under the dilection of President Marx FeinHprg, will hear reports on the District Grand Lodge convention attended by Miami delegates last •veek Reporting for the lodge on the convention programs will be E. Albert Pallot. William L. Pallot, Milton A. Friedman. Louis Heiman and C. R. 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PAGE TWO +Jewistfk>rldk*n FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1948 Center Seeks Site For New Building; Installation Sunday Steps arc being taken to locate a site for the Coral Gables Jewish Center, according to Sam Sohulefand. building committee chairman. The committee which recently met to formulate immediate plans for the building campaign, consists of Herbert Gelernter. co-chairman. Mrs. M. Arnold. Louis Beck, Jay Cone, Maurice Corenblum. Herman Fisher. A. W. Harris. Al Levick. Mrs. E. A. Miller. Sidney Richman. A. J. Simberg Seymour Simon. Oscar Sindell and Sam Weissel. The Coral Gables Jewish Center Sundav school will hold registration for its fall term Sunday at H:llol House from ten to twelve noon. Parents are invited to bring lr children to see the school in operation and at the same time to attend the closing party. Installation of newlv elected officers of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will be held Sunday a' 8:15 p.m.. at Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sh ilom, will be the guest speakSam Silver, former president of the Center, will install president-elect Dr. Leonard Glickstein and his staff of officers. The program will include vocal selections by Mrs. Al Losoff. accompanied by Miss Velma Schwartz. A buffet supper will be served. Members, friends and residents of the area are invited. One Taste Will Convince YOD, Too! HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Kosher Canned Chicken Fricassee is tops in quality. •trtstndin| in flavor. Yes, all the Horowitz-Margareten Kosher Canned Chicken Products are zestfully seasoned the rich-tasting, traditional, home-style Jewish way. Economical, too. save work, time, money! Edmund An.in. pupil of Temple Beth.Sholom **ftf3ff*l to a variety of organizations serving local and overiot* neas. Keren Ami Conference Of Sholom Students Votes $569 To Haganah Responding to the historic import of the first Jewish state in 2000 years, over 300 pupils of Temple Beth Sholom religious school, voted to send $569.49 to Haganah. The occasion was the annual conference of Keren Ami (Fund of My People), the pupils welfare fund to which the students make weekly contributions. During the course of the year, they study the needs of the communny-at-large, and the work of various organizations serving these needs. Culminating point of these activities is the Keren Ami Conference at which time decisions are made by the pupils as to how best to distribute their monies. At this, first gathering in Greater Miami, the pupils distributed SI.001.49 to a variety of agencies serving local and overseas needs. A further decision was made to wage an intensive two week special campaign to raise enough funds for nine other organizations. Leading delegates at the conference included Edmund Ansin, Nicky Cohn, Robert Palter, Morris Broad, Joy Van Wye, Gloria Silverman. Pnves were awarded to winners of an essay contest. Joy Van Wye, Nicky Cohn and Robert Palter. Participating in the program, which included a playlet presented by pupils of grades 5. 6 and 7, and community singing led by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, were the Rabbi Leon Kronish; Sydney J. Greenberg. principal of the religious school; Leon Ell, representing Americans for Haganah; Milton Malakoff, representing the Combined Jewish Appeal; Mrs. Alfred Mamlet and Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, representing the F-TA, and Mrs. Leon Ell, chairman, religious school board. Center Organized For West Miami Harry Klein, has been elected president of the recently formed West Miami Jewish Center, at the first meeting of the group held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brandt, 1311 S.W. 64th Ave., West Miami. The primary aim of the organization, whose purpose is basically religious, is a building in which the aims of the Center may be furthered. Officers assis':..g Mr. Klein are Tilden Corenblum, vice president; Mrs. Miriam Fischer, recording secretary; Mrs. Henrietta Randall, corresponding secretary and Stevan Simon, treasurer. Ori the board of directors are Mrs Rita Mayer, Mrs. Ruth Lebar, Mrs. Irma Papier, Morton Beagle' Matthew Stopin and Milton Brandt. Loan Fund Ready To Aid Thru JSSB Funds are now available to Jewish residents for small business loans through the Baron de Hirsch Meyer Loan fund. The Jewish Social Service Bureau acts as administrative agents for the loans. Applicants desiring to avail themselves of these funds are advised to telephone the JSSB, 3-5377, for an appointment. Recently, money was loaned to an elderly man unable to make a living by peddling ice cream, door to door. The Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund, after careful study of the applicant's capability and financial resources granted a one year loan to purchase necessary equipment including a motor scooter, license and supplies so that this man may handle his business in a modern method, and earn a living, the report states. Consideration will be given to every applicant, the bureau advises. Whenever possible, applicants will also be informed of other resources in greater Miami wherever such resources more nearly meet their needs. Col. Elry Stone is president of the Jewish Social Service Bureau and the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund. B.B. Women Contribute Eye Clinic To Israel CHICAGO (BBNS)—To help the fighting Jews of Israel "carry on the bitter struggle in which they are now engaged," the Women's Supreme Council of B'nai B'rith has contributed the first eye clinic to be attached to a field hospital in Tel Aviv. The gift includes surgical instruments, surgical lamps, sterilizing cabinets, and drugs for an operating room. ""MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl —ny Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 9-1772 or 4-6574 Evening* call 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER Golden Bar Mitzvah Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Golden, 2482 S.W. 23rd St. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at 9 a.m.. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. A reception in his honor will be held Sunday at the Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave., at 2 p.m. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORZS Hiva your roof repaired now; you will MV* on a now roof later "Satlafaeto'ry Work by Experienced Men" 414 t. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-6M0 Aids Israel PREPARED UNDER STRUT ORTHODOX RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, INC. 690 N. W. 13th Street Miami, Florida Phone 2-7405 Nathan Hillman, owner of the Twin Citv Paint and Wallpaper Co. at 229 5th St., Miami Beach, has pledged to send two per cent nt all his gross sales to aid Palestine emergency demands. DR. SHMID'S CLINIC Asthma, Sinus. Bronchitis, Hay Fever. Cough, Heart Conditions, Latest Treatment in OXYGEN-PENICILLIN MIST 1454 N.W. 36th ST. PH. 9-3164 'jry it xOGUST BROS RY, tori AITTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Paris ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3786 4 uai with BONDED TERMITE CONTROL B*D4e4 by Mill Bondlnt 4 Ini Co EASY TERMS—3 YEARS TO PAY Approved f*r F. B A. Flneneinr STOP TERMITE DAMAGE WHITE OR PHONE TODAY! Ants—Roaches—Moths—Flies 449 W. FLAGLEP Phone 3-4848 123 22nd STREET Phone 5-3528 Miami Beach COMPLETE PEST CONTROL C npTiran 4 JLiiLi „::lii.:! iiiim|Miiii>ii|||iii|| JIliiiU ..mill The Jewish Floridian does no. vouch for the Kashrus of any of its advertisers. 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.'AGE TEN Jew 1st fhrkiian FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 19 48 Radio Commentator Beech Lodge Guest Harrison Wood, radio commentator, who broadcasts daily over station WIOD will be the guest speaker at the Miami Beach Ledge B*nai B'rith regular meeting on Tuesdav. 8:15 p.m.. June 8. at the Miami Beach YMHA. Mr. Wood will speak on "This Changing World." According to David R. Isen. program chairman. Mr. Wood agreed to appear before the Miami Beach B"nai B'rith group as his last public appearance prior to his completion of a new book on public affairs, after which he wil! leave Miami for Mexico. Harry Zukernick will preside and is expected to make a report en the recent district convention held in Washington. Past presi.-, nt, Walter Kovner. will report on committee appointments made i!ur:ng the convention and Harold Tu. k will map membership exp ins on plans for the coming j i\ r. All B'nai B"rith members and their friends are invited to hear Mr. Wood. The admission is free end the public is invited. Library Recieves Award UNVEILINGS At its annual meeting on May 19, the Jewish Book Council of j America presented the first citations to local Jewish libraries which met standards fcr facilities and service set up by the Book Council. The Jewish library of the Bueau of Jewish Education of Milmi was a recipient of a citation. Harry Simon.loff. chairman of the library committee, was present at the meeting to receive the award A formal presentation of the citation will be made locally early :n the fall. The library of the Bureau is housed in rooms UC-319 Congress Building, and has over 1500 volumes in Hebrew. English and Yiddish. The reading room is open from 9 to 5 Monday through Friday. The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late I Teller, 242 Washington Av, ami Beach, will take place Sun day at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Ceme" tery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate. Friends are invited to be present. Friends and relatives ; f the late Jacob Greenberg. 6410 SW 10th Ter., are asked to attend the unveiling of a monument to his memory on Sunday, at 12 noon at Mount Nebo Cemeterv. Cantors Jacob Y. Goldring and Samuel Kelemer are shown chanting the prayers at the mass meeting held May 15 in Flamingo park bandshell to greet the establishment of the state of Israel. YAHRTZEIT DATES AT A GLANCE This Calendar Free to Our Readers! The famous 24-year Hebrew.English Calendar wil! be sent to the readers of this publication. Rabbi Mescheloff On National Executive Board Rabbi Moses Mescheloff oi Congregation Beth Jacob, has returned after attending the Rabbinical Council Convention and :he fiftieth golden jubilee convention of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations in New York. Rabbi Mescheloff was chairman of the general resolutions committee and took part in the Torah sessions held at the Yeshiva University. He was one of the twelve Rabbis in the country elected during the twelfth national convention in New York to serve as a member of the national executive committee cf the Rabbinical Council of America t for a three year period. While in J New York, he attended two sessions for the planning of the Southeastern Synagogue Conference which is to be held in Miami Beach June 25-28. and in which the nine southeastern states will take part through lay and rabbinic delegations. SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN SIN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOR REST. COKVALESCEHCl Amemomcuscs lit %  JOcoutt m*ui.nnpirn | The 24-year Hebretc-Engluh Calendar...ail Hebretc datei, 1925 to 1949. All Jetcuh holiday to 1964. For your free copy, just address a postcard or a letter to: H. J. HEINZ CO. Dept J2 Pittsburgh, Pa,. An Exclusive Laundry ior Diapers and Baby Clothe* COMPLETE STERILIZATION BAY-BEE DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY 2111 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 9-5593 For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of the Miami Beach • Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information Write its executive director, Rabbi M. Mescheloff 311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH, FLA WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NIL 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? A Phone Call Will Bring Our Representative to Estimate Your Painting We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It • PAINTING • PAPERHANGING • WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painters We Do Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — I nsnred CALL 9-9604 Moro Printing Co\ 1848 N.W. 36th St No Job Too Small. Or Too Big Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home OF MIAMI. INC. 1414 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE Bright — Cheerful — Homelike INSPECTION INVITED Strictly kosher meals—24 hour nursing care L'nder the Supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth — ntmg • r MANAGEMENT: Principles of Business. Personnel ManageMARKETi§G ga Re Z u;h n ng and ^^^ of the SmaU BuSineSS MATHEMATICS: Fundamentals of Mathematics. General Mathematics. PSYCHO A LbGY U r ATI ? andlc rafls me^a^c\ii?p7vXr o ;y C,Pl ^ In,r0dUCt0ry a d In er CDFVVCU |!fro>tary Russian VANISH Elementary Spanish, Intermediate Spanish Con*ersation SPE fpeakin CC Training Conversational Speaking. Public yg^ gg".' 0 Jun 3-4. 9 a. m. to 5 p. m7 p. to 9:30 fLT'n,, £ %  9 J%  m t o 12:30 Pm -' Roon 1. Administration Building. Main Cerapu* FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL: DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION 48-6541. Ext. 136


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rBTDAY, JUNE 4, 1948 I,-iiiph' Isaiah Announces Gifts HaroW Shapiro, chairman of he newly organized Temple saiah. the Reform Jewish Congregation of Miami Beach and vcinitv. announces that gifts of gefer Torah and a pulpit were donated by Mr. and Mrs. Max Gottlieb, long time residents of this area. These gifts are in honor 0 ( David Leslie and Roger Howard grandchildren of the Gottliebs and children of Mr. and Mrs Richard Goodman. Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of the Temple announced that plans have been made for a complete congregational family of organizations to include the Temple Isaiah Sisterhood, Brotherhood, Youth Group and a Married Couples League. An adult education program is also being arranged for members of the congregation. Religious school and Hebrew classes will commence in September. The Temple has received the endorsement of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations the Hebrew Union College and the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the three authoritative bodies of Reform Judaism in America. Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union College ir Cincinnati wrote: "The Hebrew Union College welcomes Tempi' Isaiah. We offer you our assistance, our cooperation and our blessing. Under the consecrated leadership of you, our alumnus may you go from strength tc strength and from achievement to achievement." Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis sent the following message: "I was delighted to learn of the project of the establishment of a new Reform Congregation in Miami Beach. Please accept my hearty congratulations upon it and upon your association with it. I am sure that under your leadership and with the enlightened cooperation of my good friend, Edmund I. Kaufmann, the institution ought to grow and thrive and become "a bastion of strength for our Reform Movement." Location of the Temple will be made public next week, Mr. Shapiro stated. ^JewMh ncrldton The regular monthly meeting of the Women's League of thcAlpha Iota Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity, will be held at the home of Mrs. Herman Goodman of 858 S.W. 7th St., on Thursday. June 10 at 2 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro Conducts Eternal Light Program Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will conduct the "Eternal Light" radio program over WIOD Sunday morning from 9:30 to 10. The subject will be "Eternal Vigilance." PAGE THIRTEEN LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TIIK CIRCUIT conn* OF THF EpVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT S? A I JS KOU I,AI)K COUNTY, fmSl ~ m CttANCERY. No! 1A jLH SJft .'•?. • I, nKs Plaintiff, vs MIAN; ESS MAOOIORE La JUDES Defendant. rm: STATE OF FLORIDA: ''','.., SS AUCEB MAOOIORE La .11 I >r.S. 55 I'atehen Ave. Brooklyn 21, New York You ar' hereby notified and ordered to IMMU to the mil of Complaint for Hvorce riled against you in the abovestyled cause on or before the 26 day if June. 1(>48; otherwise the allega"tlona of said 1(111 of Complaint will > taken as confessed against you. I^et this Order be published' onre i week for four consecutive weeks in he Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper lUbllshed in Dade County, Florida DATED this 26th day of May 1948 B LEATHERMAN, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW of the'r'r S 1 ^"* 1 "' %  he nerk Florida. rt D de ro,,nt VHARVEY KlifJIIOWSKT ARTHUR SOHAAP ... Partners Welnsteln, Welnsteln, Welnsteln Attorney,, f „ r Applicants 42" Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Fla 5/2S 6/4-11-18-25 Clerk of circuit Court Beat) By M. V. J. KAPLAN 4ollcltor for Plaintiff 701 Congress RulldlnR Miami 32. Florida "./28 6/4-11-18 Circuit Court. C. ORRRN, Deputy Clerk. ORDER OF PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT cul'IIT OF THF 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. Fl^iRIDA —IN CHANCKRY, No. 117329 IELEN COSTELLO, Plaintiff, vs. JAMBS w COSTELLO, D-fendant .HE 8TATE OF FI.ORIHA POI JAMES \v. cosTELI/i SOI Bedford Avenue Mrooklyn. New York You are hereby notified and ordered %  o appear to the Hill of Complaint for %  Jlvorce filed against you in the tbOVe-Styled cause on or before the '8 day of June. 19IS; otherwise the illea-atlona of said Hill of Complaint till be taken as confessed against you. I*et this order be published once a ireek for four consecutive weeks in •he Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper lUbllshed In Dade County. Florida. DATF.D this 27 day of Mav, 1948. B. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Circuit Court Seal) By \VM W. 1AM SILVER 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida a 6/4-11-18 STOCK INC,. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „„_,__ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that .•undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the rictlttous name of x. %  %  '' %  Sal, s P^motlons at 1215 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to register sal,l name with the 1 lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A I. S COHEN Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant 17AR Congress RulMiiiK IS I l-ll-18-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Modern Upholsterer and Decorators Supplies at 2122 Rlscayne Boulevard. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida MAX DROSSIN Sole Owner 28 6/4-11-18-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name "' Sister and Brother Togs at 4s N. E. 1st Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON MOSES and ANNE MOSES SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicants %  .'28 6 4-11-18-25 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS x,^m„ !" NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dt.slrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of r,"Z?o ,,r* nch Cleaners & Dyers at 3*0 S. W. 8th Rtreet. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade County, Florida. LARRY L. WHITE and II/i.NA WHITE GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicants /7-14-21-28 /4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FIXmiDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 116887. JOSEPH SANCHEZ, Plaintiff, vs. MARGARET SANCHEZ, Defendant. YOU. MARGARET SANCHEZ, 651 West 17th STREET, NEW YORK. NEW YORK, are notified to file your appearance In the aliove cause for divorce, on or before the 7th day of June. A.D. 1948, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED: This 6th day of May, B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. WASMAN. SILVER SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Plaintiff 5/7-14-21-28 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Palmetto Park Properties at 350 Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT OUTMAN JULIUS WINOQRAD HERMAN KOHL LEONARD L KIMBALL Attorney for applicants 412 Congress Bldg. 5/14-21-28 6/ 4 ^^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JACK and JILL CATERERS (Party Makers) at the City of Miami. Dade County, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BERNARD P. SAFFER MARK S1LVERSTE1N LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AU-Brite Wet Wash Laundry at 6230 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH PRESS Sole Owner. SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 5/14-21-28 6/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ACE BAG & METAL CO. (Not Inc.) at 1212 N. W. 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. HARRY FATEL J. F. IJAZARUS WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants 5/7-14-21-28 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ot Sea View Hotel at 1144 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida. JACK KAHN SALLY KAHN Partners HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicants Congress Bldg. 5/14-21-28 6/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVLN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Dee-Licious Products at 5905 N.W. 17th Ave.. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABE RADOFF Sole owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Abe Radoff CongTesa Bldg. 5/14-11-28 1/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In .,„. rn „ v f(lr n-maxd p Saifer business under the fictitious name of A t .J t rn :L.or ?f !" ar<1 P Sa er TROPIC8 LUNCHEONETTE at 235 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAM RANDELL WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant 5/7-14-21-28 6/4 "Good For Your Health" 40 OCEAN DRIVE Phones 58-2763 — 5-3145 MIAMI BEACH ORDER OF PUBLICATION %  N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND POR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. I17S36. %  ULIA V>>N fJERICHTE-N, Plaintiff. VB, HOWARD VON GERICHTEN, IVfendant. THE STATE OF FIjORIDA: To HOWARD VON GERICHTEN 184 Schaeffer street Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified anil ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint 'or Divorce filed against you In the above-styled cause on or before the Mth day of June, !94H; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will lie taken as confessed against you. !..•! this i irder be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper published in Dade Countv. Florida. DATED this 27th day of May, 194S. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) __.,._. By F. J. GOULD. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff '70S Congress Building Miami 32, Florida -,/2S 4-11-18 ^____ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SNO-CREME at 216 N. E. 1st Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. FRANK RESNICK Sole Owner SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant 5/7-14-21-28 6/4 LEGAL NOTICE „ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE'CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '' %  'I'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No %  %  : LENA C.ARRITY. Plaintiff, vs. JAMES II GARRITY, Defendant VOU, JAMES H. GARRITY, 405 Geddes Street, Syracuse, New >rk, ire notified to file your Ai>•• in the above cause for Dlv rre, on or before July 3. 194S. decree pro confesso will be 1 agslnsl you l>ATED: June 3, 1948. ,„, '' %  R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Ircult Court Seal) By M. 8. GREEN. ... Deputy Clerk. Attorney, for Plantlff attorney for Plaintiff %  We Ms Seybold Building Miami, Florida /-ll-lS-25 7/1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,,,,, .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JS AND Eon MADE COUNTY. FLORIDA —IN CHANCERY, No. 11,330. FRANK H"NI>. sometimes known as FRANK BONDIETTA. Plaintiff, vs. M VRC.AKET BOND. BOmetfcnee known VV MARGARET BONDIETTA. Defendant THF ST\TE OP FI,ORIDA: TO: M A If : A R ET B< >N I. mUmM known as MARGARET BONDI ETTA. Address unknown. You are hereby notified and ordered „, appear to the Rill Of P*£t for Divorce filed against you" h above stvled cause on or befrae ttu •gSTday of June. 1948: otheijrtse.the allegations of said Hillof Complalnt will be taken as confessed against you. Let Sis Order be published once .. week for four conaecuthja weeka in l „r.,..tish noridla. anewwapjrpub. I,„ed in Dade County,.**•'%„ ...TL'ti this 27 dav of Ma>. law. DATED (hi 17 WEATHERMAN. Clerk Of Circuit Court. (Circuit CgUrt *£ ST „,. K N „. n> M Deputy ci.rk SAM SILVER Solicitor for Uliilntiff 1701 Congress Building Miami 82, Florida 5/28 6/4-11-18 "" NOTICE UNOBRFICTIOUt o TICH JSVS&a^ovrm tj*t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In b'"dncss under the fictitious name of JERRY'S* DRUG STORE at 223.' S.W. 22nd Street. Miami, Florida. Intends tn register said name with the Clerk %  .f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A. J IONELZI WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant •./7-14-21-28 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious name of Bite Radio at lit—23rd Street. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk o' the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. MORRTS RARNOW, Sole Owner. Mvers. Helman Kaplan tittoroeva for Applicant -, 7-11-21-28 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deallinC to engage In business under the fictitious name of Miami's Children's Shot, at 122 V Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTOV Mr>SEiS an< i ANNE MOSES SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicants 5/28 6/4-11-11-25 42o Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 5, 21-2X 6/4-11-14 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. U7186. FRANCES KESTEL, Plaintiff, vs. HAROLD JOHN KESTEL. DefendTo: HAROLD JOHN KESTEL 60 Morgan Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 18th day of June, 1948. Dated this 20th day of May. 1948. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk ot Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By P. J. GOULD, Deputy Clerk SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 127 Calumet Building Miami, Florida 5/21-2* 6/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMF LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersle-ted. desl r lnto eneiee 1" business under the fictitious name of TMVIE GROCERY nt 220 Sout 1 D!'e Highway, Coral Gables. Florida. In•ends to register ss'd name **'th fh Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAM FRIEDMAN HMsVSV. SILVER ft SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant -./14-21-28 6/4-11 r.f the MARTIN W. VOOEL 6/4-11-18-23 7/2 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND n It DADE COUNTY, FT/1RIDA. -IN CHANCERY. No. 117018. 1ACOB BRAUNHEIM. Plaintiff, vs. BERTHA BRAUNHEIM. Defendant. TO BERTHA BRAUNHEIM ion Ocean Parkway Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified andI reauired to appear to the Bill of Com?,Kmt filed in the above styled cause, on or before June 14, 1948 otherwise "he BUI of Complaint will be take" ;,„ confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week or four successive weeks In Th* Jewish Floridlan. a newspaper published In Dade County, f Deputy Clerk. BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Plaintiff 418 Conrress Building Miami, Florida I o/ii-;i 6/4-11 %  li



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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1948 ^w^#fer#cb/7 "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAfl Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. > •• .1 I l C ? lV0 with '""tractions to the Arab war lords that thev request a forty-eight hour delay .Now ihat the Arabs h u-o bluntly rejected the truce order British representation at the Security Council will maintain that the Arab note did not close the dnor He will pile obstacle after obstacle to prevent UN action ... He is plaving for time ... He even had the effrnnterv M using pressure on France against recognizing Israel His tactics, we predict, will backfire Paris will act before the week is over, to be followed bv Belgium HEARD AND RECORDED Dr. Chaim Weizmann was planning to go to London after his conference with President! Truman and then proceed to Is-1 rael ... He changed his plans! because he considered it im-' proper for the first President of Israel to go to a country which refuses to recognize the Jewish state and where he would be re-eived as a private citizen Weizmann's presentation of a Holy Scroll to President Truman was a master-stroke ... It was a reminder to the world that Israel's gift to humanity is neither the sword nor oil but the spirit Gen. Hilldring, as predicted in this column two weeks ago, has turned down the post as special assistant to the State Department on Palestine Affairs OFF THE RECORD The Henderson-Forrestal clique is elated When Hilldring was offered the post he was made to understand that speedy lifting of the embargo and aid to Israel would follow in the event the UN failed to take satisfactory action Did he decline the post because he considered Truman's recognition of Israel insufficient without parallel action on the embargo? What's holding up Ireland's recognition of Israel? Surely the Irish have been forced to taste the meaning of British perfidy and power One of the British ammunition firms selling arms to the Arabs is said to be owned by the Lordj Melchett family Israel's Army | has many secret weapons ... Its, 1 i III H W MM — % % %  i i—— n iiiii n iiiiii w iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii w i i i w Miwii'in—wnnm ——————^ BEVIN'S BREW A revolt is brewing in British labor circles against Bevin's Palestine policy ... At a recent secret meeting in London attended by top-level officers of the Labor Party the debate was so sharp that the conference broke up in the midst of a threatened fist fight nnd threats of resignation Bevin was bluntly accused of harboring animosity against Jews to the point of sacrificing socialist ideals and party programs One Laborite charged that Bevin's antipathy towards Jews was responsible for the rise of antiSemitism in England and the series of anti-Jewish riots in London and other cities Even M son, father of the infamous Morris m-Grady federalization plan, and Attlee, author of the us 'Jews are always at the head of the queue" phrase, are considerably cool to the former teamster Bevin is shrewd, unscrupulous and determined to crush Israel in line with his brutal warning that "only over id body" will a Jewish state be established • When he sawthat U.S. recognition of Israel might precipitate firm UN action against the Arab aggressors he hit upon a device which was as a itive as it was brutal For the world it was advertised that the series of conferences with the American Ambassador %  move toward finding a formula synthesizing the conflicting American and British points of view on Palestine Actually his purpose was a sinister unc His aim was to delay IN ction in the hope that in the interim the Arabs would sucn liquidating the Jerusalem campaign and thus gain a better ining position ... He also hoped that by that time the Egyptian Army would drive close to if not into Tel Aviv His plan was to have the Arabs appoint Glub Pasha, British commander of the Arab Legion, as commander of Jerusalem Such ire, he advised the Arabs, would be a serious blow to the UN i rforts to internationalize the Holy City When the UN cease-fire order was transmitted to the Arabs a British agent was PAGE THBEI Accepts Chairmanship General Dwight Eisenhower accepted the National Chairmanship for American Overseas Aid-United Nations Appeal For Children Campaign, according to an announcement by Loc Marshall. In accepting the chairmanship Eisenhower said, "1 have first-hand knowledge of the starving, chaotic condition of 230 millions of children. It will be through the generosity of the American people that we will help save today's children for tomorrow's world." Hollywood's Newest and Most Modern Office Bldg. known as "David" prize secret weapon is a mortar BOOK AND ART WORLD What is age? William Auerbach Levy, the brilliant Jewish caricaturist whose book "Is That Me?" was recently published by Watson-Guptill. relates that he once made a portrait etching of a man of eighty-nine When the wealthy sitter saw the portrait he was furious because it made him look old Levy tells the story how he made a caricature oi H. L. Mencken for the New York World Mencken was greatly pleased with the work evoi though he was made to appear grotesque ... In a letter *o Levy asking for the original he -oted "I only hope that Swope has not stolen it for his collection of great Christian leaders" While reminiscing on the days of Herbert Bayard Swope's association with the World. Levy notes "those were the days of tne noted gallaxy that made that put lication memorable" The Jew ish Museum in New York, conducted under the auspices of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, is currently celebrating its first anniversary If you are not a New Yorker we would advise you to make the museum a "must" on your next visit The museum's outstanding attraction right now. and throughout the summer, is an exhibit of about fifty oils, watei colors, drawings and sketches by Ben-Zion on Biblical subjects. Federation Honors Hotel Owners Certificates of Honor in recognition of their generous contributions to the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal have been sent to 164 Miami Beach and Miami hotels, it was announced last week by Jacob Sher. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation which conducted the drive. "In the tremendous life-saving task which the Jewish community of Greater Miami undertook through its 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, the hotel owners of this community performed nobly," said Mr. Sher. The federation head paid special tribute to the co-chairmen of the hotel unit. Mayor Marcie Liberman, Irving Frankel, Sam Lachman and Joe Gardner. Members of the hotel unit executive committee wore: Arthur Adler, Abe Allenberg, David S. Andron, Sid Birnbaum. Charles Cohen, Harry Cornblum, Jennie Grossmger, Paul GrossInger, Nat Hankoff, Al Jacobs, Walter Jacobs, Hairy Koretzky, Ralph Lachman, Mrs. Bertha Malamut, Murray Maurer, Mickey Michaels, Joe Morris, Samuel Rivkind, Joseph M. Rose, Herman Schatzberg, Ed Singer, Harry Sir kin. Morris Klass. executive director of the Federation, said that the 1(54 hotels contributed a total if $317,740 to the campaign. Following are the hotels which received the honor certificates: Abbey, Adams, Alamac. Albion, Allen, Anne)), Atlantic Beach, Atlantic rowers, Atlantis, Avalon Hotel, Bancroft. Barclay Plaaa, Bay Harbor. Beach End, Beach View Apt. Hotel. Bi n, Belmar, Belvedere. Berkeley Shore, Betsy Boss. BougnnviUa Apt. Hotel, Blackstone, Broadrlpple, Brody Manor, Oadot, Cadillac, Campton, fnrdnaa, Caribbean, Carleton, Carlyle, Charles, Chorney, rievclander, Collins, %  Collins Plaaa, Colony, Commodore. Congress. Copely Plaza, Coral Way. |Coronndo, Corsair, ('rest, Cromwell, Croydon Arms, Davis, Dorchester, Dorset, ESdgewater Beach, Kl Morocco, Bmbassy, Essex House, KxchanRe, n"l"rolno Plaaa. Fleetwood, Floral Apt. Hotel, Franklin, Frederick, CJeorrlan, Ger, Glades, Governor, Grand Plaaa, Greenbrler, Greenvlew, fJrossInger Panooast, Handon Hall, Harrison. Indian Creek, Indl.nn Queen, International, Jefferson. Kenmore. KinK Cole, LaFayette, Leamington, I#niar, Leslie, Liberty Arms, Lincoln Center. Lord l.alfour. Ixrd Baltimore, I>ird Tarleton, London Arms. Majestic. Marseilles. Martinique. Maxfne. Mayfair, Metropole, Monroe Towers, National, Nemo, New Surf. New Yorker, Norman, Normandle, North Hhore. Ocean tirande, Ocean Haven, Ocean Spray, Ocean Surf, Oceanic, Otis, Palmer House, Paramount, Park Central, Plaaa, Plymouth. Poinciana. President, President Madison. Prl Ann, Raleigh, Regent, Rendale. Revlln, Richmond. Ritaz Plaza. Robert Clay, Robert Thomas, Roney Plaza, Southern JWB Meets in Atlanta ATLANTA—Southeastern communities have been asked to meet with the Southern Section of the National Jewish Welfare Board in Atlanta on June 6 to plan next season's concert series. Communities which cooperated last season in the cultural series and many others have been invited to the meeting by F^h Charninsky of San Antonio, Texas, chairman, Cultural Series Committee, Southern Section, JWB. Cooperation of the communities may make possible the inclusion of more community participation because of the sharing of expense costs, Charninsky revealed. Beth Sholom Arts and Crafts Start Classes Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, president of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, has announced that beginning Monday, June 7, the sewing and arts and crafts groups will begin their summer sessions in the Temple patio (4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., every Monday, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Jack Gordon, assisted by Mrs. D. Honoroff, who will hand e the sewing group. Mrs. Lee Donen will be in charge of the arts and crafts group. Articles created by these groups will be sold at the Sisterhood Bazaar to be held next December, for the benefit of the Temple Religious school. Mrs. Bessie Nelson has been named bazaar chairman. Details about these groups can be obtained at the Temple office. &f &f &f &f &f Vpholstering &f Slip Covert* i Draperies i tied Spreads Head Hoards Corniees Made to Order B, • Ideal For Professional Offices • Completely Air-Conditioned • In the Heart of Buiineas District • Self-Service Elevator • riuoreacentLig hting—Aiph. Tile Floora • All Rooms Piped For Gaa and Water • Convenient Leases— Arraangementt to Suit NOW RENTING SLATER BUILDING 1938 HARRISON STHOLLYWOOD. FLA. Writ, For Circular—Or Phone Hollywood 2411 or iww &f Reasonably Priced Quality work guaranteed THE ORIGINAL JOSEPH J. RAWLSON 704 N. E. 1st AVENUE PHONE 3-0151 FOR REPRESENTATIVE WITH SAMPLES Mrs. Schwartz Hostess At Sisterhood Party Mrs. Eugene Schwartz. 1930 S. W. 5th St.. will give a card party Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m.. at her home for the benefit of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega! tion Sisterhood. The public is invited to attend. Royal Palm. Royalton, S.I George, St. Morltx, Sands, Sea [ale, Shelborne, Shelby, Sherman Apt. Hotel, Shore'•rest. Shoreham, Slmone, South Seas, Sovereign. Stevens, Strath Haven, Stratosphere Apt. Hotel, Surfslde, Tamiami, Titles & Tiffany Hotels, Town House. Traymore, Triton. Trollies. Tropix Apt. Hotel. Tudor, Vandei bllr, Versailles, victor. Walburne, Waldorf Towers, Waves, Webster, Wcllineton. West View. Whltehouae, Whltelaw. Wllshlre, Winterhaven. %¡ JET^S^*--at3=" AND NOW ANOTHER DRASTIC CLEARANCE 150 SLACK SUITS Reg. 19.95 to 24.95 \ou $10.00 Sizes 10 to 20 Large variety of style and colors to choose from COMPANION SALE! SLACKS Formerly 8.95 10.95 Now $5.00 Sizes for Women's, Misses and Juniors in all colors and a nice selection oi styles duPONT BLDG., MIAMI Americans Finest Fashions P*4.'-W>'. %  '' • *•" %  =0. %  : :



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Je*lsl> ncrkHan FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 19 48 Hebrew Academy Honors Jewish State With Musical And Dramatic Program A special musical and dramatic program will be presented by 40 children of various grades of the Hebrew Academy, on Tuesday evening, June 8 at 8 p.m. in the Hebrew Academy auditorium, in honor of the establishment of the new state of Israel in Palestine. The event which will be open^> not only to members and friends of the academy, but to the general public, will herald the epochal occurrences in the Land of Israel and will devote the major part of the program to the songs and dramatic interpretationscomemorating the rebirth of the Jewish people. Greetings will be extended by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth David. Abraham Goodman, vice president of the Zionist Organization of America. Shepard Broad, vice presidnet of the South Eastern Zionist Region of the United States. Alfred Stone, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob. Dr. David S. Andron. president of the academy and vice president of the Miami Beach Zionist District will be chairman of the evening. The children tn appear in the pro: %  ..f th> evening will !%  : Barbara Burrif Nancy Qoldschlager, Ir;t Imbermnn, Madeline Kagan, Irving Kelemer, Peter Klein, Nathaniel Norman I.a.-hman, Howard an, Michael Rubier, Melvln Rafra, Seymour Bpolter, Sidnev Shnplro. Wlllam Telly, Jonathan D nald Kramer. Robert Kunst, 0 lantl, Louis Telly, FYancrs Pranki Steven Morull, Eugene Aaron, Samuel Fwler. Richard Pelnsteln, Caroli Bllverberg, David Stahl. Ba bara Fanow, Rita Kloner, David Bbenateln, I.inny O.-lfanil. Joi>h Lauer, Efrom Mescheloff, Sheila Rubier, Sand] Andron, David Oelt, Jerome Herman, Beatrice Raphael*, Melvln Sachs, Moaheh Shapiro, Jay Makovaky There will be no solicitation of funds and no admission charge. Beth David Names Graduation Members Among the graduates of the Beth David Congregation Sunday school for 1947-48 are Ann Clein. Rhoda Haber, Phyllis Koblentz, Kenneth Myers. Ruth Saal and Ella May Weissman. H nor student* include Rlalne Joseph Beck, Michael Hurncy, Miami U Alumni Elect 48-49 Officers The University of Miami Alumni association elected officers for 1948-49. at the annual banquet in the cafeteria on the university's main campus. May 29. Approximately 500 alumni members were present. They were addressed by the new football coach, Andy Gustafson. Grant Stockdale. '46. former secretary to Congressman George Smathers and recent candidate for the county commission, was elected president of the association. Claud Corrigan, '42, nowassociated with the Parker Art Printing Co., was made vice president. He will also act as editor of the monthly alumni publication. The new treasurer is Marshall Simmons, '45, staff announcer for radio station WIOD. Mrs. Helene Putnam Kichefski was re-elected secretary. The board of directors elected to serve two years arc Mrs. Beryl Chapman Ce-sarano, '33, Mrs. Betty Goff Galbraith, '39. Mrs Joan Goeser Knoche. '39. Keith Phillips, Jr., '43, and Dick Pomeroy, '31. The association has an active mailing list of 13.000 alumni throughout the United States and many foreign countries, it was revealed at the banquet. Of this number, 7.000 alumni are ;n the Greater Miami area, and C21 are employed as teachers ot in administrative positions in the Dade county school system. Approximately 200 alumni of the University of Miami Law School are practicing law io this area. Nine Bar Mitzvahs Take Place Over Weekend The Bar Mitzvah of nine Miami and Miami Beach bovs will be G Fr a ee y d n m. nb H3en 8 *ji r n celebrated tomorrow at Temples and Synagogues throughout the area. These include Morton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Binstock; Goldstein, Stanley iolust*'in, Rhoda er, Paul Knmsler. Robprta KoerBdfrai Lewis, Carol Ann Mlhatov. Joan P'-arlstetn. Leah Pike, Dlna Rablnowlta, Norman Harris, son of Mr. and Mre. Ben RablnowltS, I.lnrla Rovln, Herman Rosenthal, Ruth Saal. Barbara .Safer, Dorothy Schreidell, Sidney Bchreldell, Jerry Shevln, Ruth Snlrcr, Ruth SI ebel, Arnold Schatiman, Hobby Sterling, Adele Biegel, Zella Warshaw. Hebrew school honor students Inrluilc r>avid Breslow, I-oulse Cahan. lruln Potzin. Ann Rlsenberj?. Alvln Qraubert, Ivan Oraubert, Paul Kamaler, Harvey ECaaow, Myron Kabn. Benny Kocrner. Marlyn Kutnick. Elaine Lerner, Marsha Maiinoff, Fred Malakoff, .ludlth Rosenthal. Marshall Shapp. Bobby sterling and Dorothy s | %  idell. Officers for the coming year will be presented to the members of the Beth David PTA when the group holds the last regular meeting of the season Monday at 8 p.m. at the Congregation. ORT In Tel Aviv An association bearing the name "ORT Tool Supply Corporation," has opened in Tel Aviv to supply artisans and various collective workshops in Palestine with machinery and tools, accoidnig to word received at the headquarters of the American ORT Federation in New York. Horvath; Max, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman; Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stein; and Bernard, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Tarr, all of whom will become Bar Mitzvah at Congregation Beth David. Ctremonies for Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Halpern. and Robert Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs David Rothenberg, will be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hear Alvin Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stone, become Bar Mitzvah, while Robert, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Palter, will make his address at Temple Beth MAID WANTED Used to Jewish Cooking Cooking and light personal laundry for two adults Half-days Nine to One 2000 Liberty Ave., Miami Beach Apt. 211 DINE FAMILY STYLE Where the Food and Atmosphere Is Really Different iptuoua Sizzling Steaks, that melt In your mouth—I'an-Frled it of this world' —Super), Roasts--N.w England Dinners. "•.-ttable Norwegian Smorgasbord "help yourself" appetisers— th bowls of farm-fresh Vegetables and Salads—oven-fresh Biscuits ami •.-Inn IVsserts on the table will take you back to Mum's Delicious Dinners of long ago—Old Fashioned Home-Baked Boston • MI Saturday-night—All served In a leisurely, quiet, home-like i sphere Dinners start at 5:00 P. M. Tuesday, thru Saturday, 12:30 I'M. on Sunday. CIX>SED ALL DAY MONDAY. RED FEATHER FARMS N. E. Sixth Ave. til 140th St, North Miami Fla. Phone 89-3612 B.scayne Boulevard to double traffic lights at 88th Street intersection— Drive straight off Boulevard onto N. E. Sixth Avenue, left to Qas Station; continue thru Miami Shores, Blscayne Park and North Miami to 140th Street. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY LIBERAL Temple Bath Sholom, 4144 Chase are., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. F Iday v.ning services at 1:15 will be condui ted by the Bar Mitzvah %  '. 5708. The weekly Torah Portion "Rebukotal" will be read. Rabbi Leon Kronish will address the B*nel Mitzvah. An Oneg Shabbat will follow vi. •• Saturday morning service 16. Robert Palter will become Bar Mitzvah. REFORM Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th it. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath eve services at 1:11 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "God's Law in Man's World." Temple Emanu-EL 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Friday evening services at 8:00. Speaker to be announced. Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk StHollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Kaufman will address the congregation. Saturday services at 10 ORTHODOX Congregation Betn Jacob, 301311 Washington ave w Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Meschelott; Cantor Louis D. Fedar. Friday evening service at 6:45. Saturday morning; service at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Walk In My Statutes." Mlncba at 6:45 followed '.v shaio.Seudoa. Rabbi Mescheloff uill s]>.ak on the Portion of the Closing Sunday school exercises it lo;0o at which awards and diplomas will be presented, Refreshments will i..served by the Sisterhood. Dally school from :i:3" to 6:30. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services 6:45; Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on "War In Israel." At p.m. he will speak on "'Government In Chaos.'' Mincha at 6 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily morning services at 7:30 a.m. followed by a class in Mlshna. Mincha DRINK PLENTY OF C/Tripure ^ Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5c 5-GALLON BOTTLE .... 75c 'Plus Bottle Depo.it> PHONE 2-4128 services at 8:45 p.m. followed by a class In Jewish Interest. Maariv follows. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at 6:45; Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Golden, will become Bar Mitr-vab Mincha Services at 6 p.m. followed by Shalos SeudOS. Hal.I.i April will Hpcak on th.Weekly Portion of the Law. Sunday school at 1" a.m Hebrew school daily from 3:15 to 8:15 p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening service** at 6:45. Saturday at 9 a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Alvln Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stone. Mincha at 6 p.m. After conclusion of service, Rabbi Grauer will sneak on "Ethics of the Fathers." Services dally 7 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services at 6:45. Saturday morning services at 8:30. At 9:30 a.m. five boys will become liar Mitzvah. These Include Morton, i son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Binstock; Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Horvath; Max. son of Mr. and Mrs Nathan Spl.'gelman; Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stein; and Bernard, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Tarr. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at 6:30. Rabbi Lehrman will officiate: Cantor Goldring will chant the service. Saturday morning service at 9 a.m. Rabbi Uhrman will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Ijiw. Bar Mitzvah of Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs Murray Halpern. and Robert Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Havld Rothenberg. Junior congregation Saturday morning at 1100. Youth service and breakfast Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Final Sunday school session and presentation of rwprds. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv 1520 S. W. 5th SL Phono 2-7439 AUTO LOCK AND HARDWARE SPEEDOMETER SERVICE SUPPLIES — SERVICE WINDSHIELD WIPER SERVICE (Plenty of parking in rear) 1304 N. E. 2nd AVE. Phone 9-3144 GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE (Single Gentleman) Middle Forties Desires to meet Young Lady Age 28 to 35 Write Mr. G. E. Box 2973, Miami 18 AGRICULTURIST IN FLORIDA 42, Divorced, College Education Wishes to meet Lady 30 to 40 Cultured, Attractive Possessing Any Reliable Professional Training or Some Means Write J.S.F. e/o Box 2973, Miami 18 EVENING CLASSES UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Concentrated Industrial Training Courses June 7 — July 29 Eight Weeks Architectural Drawing. 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FR IDAY, _JUNE_4 1948 Stone Re-elected JSSB President At Annual Meeting Elry Stone was re-elected president at the 27th annual meeting of the Jewish Social Service Bureau which was celebrated with a brunch at the Shelborne hotel last Sunday. Officers and directors elected to serve with Mr. Stone were: vice president. Judge Harold Spaet, M ; Monte Selig, Mrs. Leo Ackerman; secretary, Mrs. Jacob Eppstein; treasurer, Irving Frankeltrustees. Herbert Scher, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, William D. Singer, George Chertkof; directors, Leo Ackerman, Jules Channing, Max Holtzberg, Leo Eisenstein, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Harold Ungerleider, Dr. Herman Selinsky, Rabbi Colman Zwitman, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Dr. M. J Safra, Fred Shochet, Benjamin Meyers, Max Silver, Rudy Adler. Mrs. Ida Goldberg. Mrs Edward Levine, Mrs. Harold Spaet, Bernie Pallant, Mrs. Morris AlpiTt. Alfred Stone and Mrs. Aaron Farr. Toastmaster of the annual meeting was Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel who also participated in a round table discussion on Family Life with Robert Mosher, executive director of the Community Chest, and Dr Herman Selinsky, psychiatric consultant to the Jewish Social Service Bureau. Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was moderator of the round table. Participation in a skit describing the work of the Jewish Social Service Bureau were %  Mrs. Nat Williams, Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Jacob Eppstein, Elry Stone, : t Scher and Judge Harold Spaet. Annual reports were delivered by Elry Stone, president, and Charles Cohen, executive director of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, which is a red feather agency of the Community Chest and a beneficiary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Pioneer Women


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PAGE EIGHT *Je*lstncrk*lar FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 19 48 Personally Speaking... After a month's vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Binder are at home, 836 N.E. 90th St. While away, the Binders visited Atlanta, Washington, New York and Chicaqo. Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel, of Baltimore, and their son Bernard, of Elkton, Md., are spending a month's vacation at the Poinciana hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Isidore Pomerantz, 670 West 46th St., Miami Beach, has returned after a five weeks' vacation in Baltimore, where she attended the bris and pidyon haben of her grandson. Jay David Finglass, Mrs. Pomerantz daughter is the former Lenora Pomerantz, Miami Beach. -* Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear, 1010 West Ave., are leaving for New York June 12. From there they will fly to Europe where they will spend more than two months visiting Lisbon, Madrid, Rome, Geneva and Paris. Mrs. Lear is director of the Lear school on Miami Beach. %  %  Mrs. Morris Gershon and her daughter Polly have recently moved to 1611 Euclid Ave. Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman, 1037 S.W. 20th Ave., left this week for a month's vacation in the north. En route they will stop over in Birmingham, Memphis and Washington, later attending the Jewelers Convention in Atlantic City. The Friedmans will also visit New York City, staying at the Victoria hotel. A son, Arthur Lee, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowitz, 3436 Pra'rie Ave., on May 21. at Victoria hospital. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the bris which was held on the 28th. •* After a six weeks visit in Chicago, where they were called to attend the funeral of their oldest son, Irwin, who passed away May 19, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon have returned to their home, 2027 S.W. 6th St. %  Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport, 1011 S.W. 25th Ave.. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Polk and Miss Carol Warshaw, will leave Sunday for the University of Florida, Tallahassee, where their son Oscar will receive his degree as Bachelor of Law. Arriving in Miami last night were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie T. Bukstel, who came here horn New York following Mr. Bukstel's graduation from the Columbia University School of Optometry. The Bukstels will reside with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, 3000 Royal Palm Ave. Mrs. Bukstel is the former Rita Hyman. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob De Koven. 1235 Meridian Ave.. will leave Monday for their summer home, 1946 Lakeshore Drive, Mission City, Indiana, for a four months' stay. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey R. Cohen, of Coral Gables, announce the birth of a son, Tuesday at McGee Hospital, Pittsburgh. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen of Miami. Visiting Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei are Nathan Machtei, of New York, brother of Rabbi Machtei, and Mrs. Bertha Kronich, of Pittsfield, Mass., sister of the Rabbi, who is accompanied by her daughter Sonya. Naomi Machtei arrives home today to spend the summer vacation with her parents. She is a student at Florida State University. Announcement has been made of the birth of a son, Marshall Norman, to Dr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Moss, 2356 S.W. 12th St., on May 11. Mrs. Moss is the former Elaine Weinberg of Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon are spending a brief vacation in New York City, following their attendance at the B'nai B'rith convention in Washington. They are expected to return in ten days. Mr. and Mrs. William Glick, 2625 S.W. 24th Ave., have as house guests, Mrs. Glick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Stein, of Brooklyn. The Steins will remain here until the 14th. Jerome Rauzin, son of Mrs. Jack Mintzer, Fort Lauderdale, and the late Sidney Rauzin, has been elected second lieutenant, platoon leader and finance officer of the Pershing Rifles, national military honor unity of ROTC at Georgia Tech, Atlanta. Rauzin is a graduate of Georgia Military Acyademy and is now a sophomore at Georgia Tech. Following her graduation from the University of Miami, Lizbeth Goldenberg has left Miami for her home in Morristown, New Jersey, where she will marry Harry Lubar of Philadelphia, on June 20th. Miss Goldenberg, an ex-army nurse, saw service in the Pacific for four years. Her finance, also a veteran, is now an engineer for General Electric in Philadelphia, where the couple will reside. Reception Honors Miss Paula Laeh A reception will honor the engagement of Paula Lach to Leon Rosenblum Sunday at the home of her fiancee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rosenblum, Patterson, N. J. Mrs. Isidor Lach, mother of the bride-to-be, flew to Patterson on Wednesday to join Paula, who has been the guest of the Rosenblums for the past week. Paula, who is national treasurof the B'nai B'rith Young er Women, will attend the national convention to be held in Detroit over the July 4 week-end. Upon her return to Miami, plans for the wedding will be announced. Julius Samuels Assumes Position With Miami Y Julius Samuels has assumed his duties as activities director of the Miami Y, Maurice Grossman, executive director of the organization, announced this week. Mr. Samuels was recently area director of the Bronx River Neighborhood Center. He is a eraduate of City College in New York, with a degree of Bachelor of Social Science. He received his Master of Arts degree from Columbia University, and his Master of Science in Social Work from the New York School of Social Work. His varied experience includes positions as dramatics and music counselor of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum Camp; instructor in Theatre Arts, New Theatre School: department instructor in Social Welfare; with the USO at Gulfport. Miss.. New London. Conn., and Rome, N. Y. Mr. Samuels is married and has two children. Monte Carlo Club Open Tonight on Trail Monte Carlo. Miami's newest supper club, will open tonight at 700 S.W. 8th St. Featuring Art Pevton. Sam Head and Seymour Hoffman, the club will offer con'inuous entertainment until 5 a.m. Music will be furnished by Flea Madden and his orchestra. A policy of summer prices with no cover or minimum will be maintained. The nite spot, said to be one of the most beautiful in the area, will be completely lir-conditioned. The Monte Carlo will open under the management of Georgia Demetree and Jimmie Hayek. Miss Shirley Bernstein Miss Bernstein To Wed In New York The Hotel Pierre, New York City, will be the scene of the marriage of Shirley Bernstein to Robert Moses. Tuesday. June 29. at 6:30 p.m. Shirley, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein, 1610 N.W. 34th St.. Miami, was a student at the University of Miami, where she was a member of the Thespian Society. Knights Of Y New Beach Group Holds Dance The Knights of the Y, a newly formed group of teen agers of the YMHA at 1536 Bay Road, is I conducting a swim dance this Saturday night, June 5, at 8 p. m at the Raleigh Hotel on Miami Beach. This is the first project undertaken by the new group with the entire proceeds going to the new state of Israel. The use of all facilities including the dance band have been made available to the Knights by Sam Rivkind, owner of the Raleigh Hotel. A swim meet and water show will be part of the evening"s entertainment followed by dancing. Members of the swim committee are: Allan Kurzwell, Stewart Deutch, Arnie Grossman, Gene Cohen, Paul Goldhagen, Jimmy Dratt and Larry Lehrman. Norman Gamse Is Valedictorian Norman Gams" has been chosen valedictorian of the religious school graduating class of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Graduation exercises will' be held at the Congregation Sun! day at 8 p.m. The senior class i will present a cantata in Hebrew, entitled "What Is Torah." Mem-. bers of the graduating class in-1 elude Fred Blumenthal, Francs Frome, Norman Gamse, Sheldon Miller, Jerry Marmorstein, George Siegel and Walter Troffkin. The Bar Mitzvah group of the institution will be presented to I the Congregation in an offering I "The Ideals of Israel." Members | of the class are Beverly Haber, Rita Grossman, Loretta Kestenbaum, Gladys Zammit. Marilyn Green, Charlotte Solomon, Annette Wolf, Frances Hurwitz, Corrine Traeger, Eleanor Sachs, Wilma Shulman and Rhoda Zissman. 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PAGE FOUR +Je*lstricrkttan FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1948 EDITORIAL Gigantic Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, called on American Jews to help the Jews of Israel "turn back the enemies attacking its settlements and its cities. He po.nted out that while the Arab states are mounting a concerted attack on the Jews, "the nations are debating." "We Jews cannot debate. We must act and act at once—unless we are to acquiesce in murder," Mr. Morgenthau declared. "Unless we are prepared to say to the Jews of Palestine: fight alone, for we are not concerned with your destiny. I am convinced that not a single decent Jew in America says that. On the contrary, the Jews of America are aroused." GREATER MIAMI JEWRY DID NOT DEBATE! Asserting that the establishment of the State of Israel "will usher in a new era of resettlement and reconstruction for the Jewish people," he said that the displaced persons camps in Central Europe can be emptied of all homeless Jews before the end of 1949, il American Jews provide the financial resources through the United Jewish Appeal to make possible an unprecedented mass immigration to Palestine. "Remember this one fact: before May 15th, the British Government determined the quotas for immigration to Palestine. Today, the Jewish communities of America have that decision. "How many Jews shall go into Palestine this year? Shall it be 50,000 or 100,000? Only the Jews of America, through the contributions can answer that question. GREATER MIAMI JEWRY HAS GIVEN THEIR ANSWER! "I know that I bespeak the mind of the Jews of the United States when I say to the Jews of Israel: we will back you up to the limit as you fight for every inch of the soil which you have won with the sweat of your pioneers and the blood of your martyrs. We say to the State which ~ST/A/d LET THE BIRD FLY! is fighting for all of us that we will give them the dollars so that they may emerge triumphant from this dark hour." GREATER MIAMI JEWRY HAS GIVEN THEIR DOLLARS! Yes, with the renewed call for aid in this Year of Destiny, Greater Miami has answered and met the challenge. With reports already revealing SI,450,000 raised, the State of Israel is assured of the additional funds needed at this Democratic Process The U.S. Supreme Court ruling forbidding State and Federal courts to enforce racially restrictive real estate agreements is not only a milestone in the struggle against discriminat.on but an historic chapter in the development of American constitutional law. The Supreme Court did not rule such agreements unconstitutional by themselves, but by holding that the parties to such a contractual obligation can have no recourse to the courts of law for enforcement it had added impetus to the struggle which is being waged by good men of all faiths against prejudice and bigotry. Because restrictive covenants are, as Judge Joseph M. Proskauer of the American Jewish Committee has pointed out, "a major weapon in the segregation of racial and religious minorities," they constitute not only a basic threat to democracy but are violative of the spirit of the Constitution and the equal protection rights of all citizens, regardless of race, color or religion. Since the basic significance of the ruling is that courts of law cannot give sanction to restrictive real estate covenants which are instruments of bigotry and tools of segregation, it appears to us as laymen that the decision has opened the door to state legislation barring such contracts on the ground of public policy. In any event, in the words of Dr. Stephen S. Wise, the decison has knocked out "the most important prop of the ghetto system which has increasingly disgraced and disfigured most of our American communities and which un-American forces in time. "Save the State of Israel" campaian breakfast Sunday morning will put the 1948 Driver over the top. IT IS A GIGANTIC ACHIEVEMENT TO AID A GIGANTIC STRUGGLE. Stein, Orovitz Presented Citations Sher Re-elected Federation President; (Continued from Page 1) seeking." he said. "It dawned upon us that we had developed a new technique—a community approach and community planning. If it worked so well in fund raising, we asked ourselves, why couldn't it work equally as well in other endeavors. We saw that fund raising was only a fragment of community organization, that process of mobilizing all community resources, manpower, agencies. money. intelligence, leadership, to asist the community in adequately discharging its resv ::es to all causes. We viasur.lized a central agency serving as the agent of the commun• in meeting its responsibilities to these causes, and we began to move in that direction. This was the thinking of those who laid the foundations of our Federation ten years ago. Evidence of the soundness of this approach is the things we have accomplished since then, outside of the field of campaigning." The meeting was presided over by Mr. Sher who, in his presidential report, reviewed the accomplishments of the previous year. He listed amount the outstanding events of his administration the overseas delegation. Federation's move to its new quarters, the adoption of the largest fund-raising goal in Federation history, the population census, the adoption of a fiveyear plan in which Federation, joined by its agencies, will develop an integrated blueprint for futur3 planning and building requirements of Federation agencies and the decision of Federation to accept the responsibility for raising capital funds for its participating agencies. "We approach the challenge of the future," Mr. Shar taid. "As our community crrows its needs will expand and Federation must be prepared with a program and the ability to execute that program. "On the national and world levels, funds must continue to flow from the local Jewish communities of the nation in increased measure to maintain the strength and vitality of our American Jewish community, tc give life and hope to our fellow Jews in Europe and, now, th


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ppmA Y JUNE 4. 1948 + knisl IhsiJlctn PAGE ELEVEN County Aids International Effort To Save Europe's Starving Children Dade county became part of the qlobal effort strivinq to some of the millions of Europe's and Asia's children from save some starvation. Last week in from representatives from the McAllister hotel more "than seventy civic, business, church and labor groups „„ .prved a "starvation lunch"JJL!, meagre meal dramatizing !" nced. Individuals and groups Jhe daily fare on which millions of hungry children have to subsist year after year—and listened to fi, s i.hand reports on starvation conditions by Jack Bell, war correspondent and cdlhmrnst; Harrison Wood, political economist and radio commentator, and Mrs Monte Selig, national board member of the National Council 0 f Jewish Women. Miss Lillian Harris, representative of the headquarters of the Hjj Crusade, explained that this is a unified effort of all member nations of the UN and that all food bought with contributions is carefully watched and guided by UN repi nsentatives into the destitute arias where children are starving. This strict supervision, she emphasized, prevents any food shipments from being sidetracked into black markets. •I hope each of you will realize from this meal just what millions of the world's children have to live 0 n—one third of this amount for breakfast, one third for lunch, one third for supper," she said. (The "starvation luncheon" consisted of one slice of meat, 24 inches square, two thin slices of dark bread, a dab of margerine, a vitamin pill, a bottle of milk, and—a "jigger" of cod liver oil. There were no takers for this last food!) Twenty-five reputable relief agencies of the United States, which are carrying on separate programs of supplying food and medicines in other countries, have been included in the United States crusade, with the United Nations' International Children's Emergency fund. Some of these are such agencies as the American Friends Service, A F of L labor league foreign relief program. CIO community service overseas relief fund, Church World Service, Greek War Relief. United Service to China, National Catholic Welfare, American Relief for Italy, Philippine War Relief and others of equal merit. Dade county headquarters for the UN Crusade for Children are located in 701 Biscayne building, telephone, 2-0612. "There will be no formal solicitation of funds, as house-tohouse canvassing," Mrs. William Cox. executive chairman, has angroups will be urged to send in theii donations without solicitation, she said. "It must be a communitywide expression of sympathy for the destitute children who are the helpless victims of war and famine," she added. Treasurer of the local crusade is R. L. (Bob) Hill, vice president of the First National Bank of Miami. Co-chairmen of the executive committee is Mrs. J. B. Davidson. Honorary chairman is Mayor Robert L. Floyd, of Miami, who urges every citizen "to take a minute to think what this crusade means. Then remember how fortunate we are today in America. Then let your conscience be your guide." A proclamation by Governor Millard Caldwell this week announced that the state-wide crusade would be from May 24 i to June 7 and urged all Florida communities to cooperate. Honorary national chairman of the Crusade for Children is Gen.' Dwight D. Eisenhower. Quota for Dade county to raise is $100,000. The United States! quota is $60,000,000. Some coun, tries have already met their quota, one of the most outs'.andj ing being the little country of | Iceland, which averaged more | than $3 per capita population. England's contributions to the fund are based on a day's pay per person. Neighborhood and other groups are urged to develop local projects for the children's crusade, such fs dances, partie?, entertainments or pooling of individual donations as the group's gift. Donations should be mailed or delivered to headquarters: 701 Biscayne Building, Flagler SV. at Miami Ave. The new staff of officers of the Miami Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, was installed recently at Huylers Restaurant. Assisting Mrs. Samuel Beck as president will be the Mesdames Charles Belanoff, 1st vice president; Harry Shargaa, 2nd vice president: Charles Minowitz, 3rd vice president; Samuel Geltner, recording secretary; Sol Covner, financial secretary; Sid Boeninger. corresponding secretary: Marion Schoor, treasurer; and Ben Kandel. sergeanl-at-arms. The board of directors includes the Mesdames George August, David Catsman, Isador Cohen. William Clein. Morris Bear. Stella Beyer. Louis Brown, Max Daum. Anna Doockler. Joseph Fine, Oscar Green. Irving Hirsch. Norman Jacobs. Harry Klein. Isador Langner. Nat Katz. Cehca Kasov. Louis Keller. Isador Kiel. Rose Pertes. David Pottash. Dave Singer. Rose Sakowitz. Isadore Schwartz. Joseph Rssenthal, Sara Tobias, Samuel Wilchyk and Joel Zalis. Mrs. Shargaa, chairlady of the house committee, was in charge of arrangements for the installation. Rabbi Max Shapiro was guest speake r. Participating in the program were Rev. Maurice Mamches and Miss Ruth Brotman. Herald Photographer At Emanon Meeting The Emanon Club of the Miami YMHA will hold their regular meeting Wednesday, June 9, 8:15 p.m., at the Miami Y. Following the meeting, a lecture on photography will be presented by Tony Garnet, chief photographer of the Miami Herald newspaper. Mr. Garnet will illustrate his discussion. The Emanon Club of the Miami YMHA is a social organization for young men and women over 21 years of age. Meetings are held the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at the Miami Y. Veterans are given six months' free membership to the club. Samuel Kratish is president of the club. Harvey Miller Debut On WBAY Program Sunday Eleven year old Harvey Miller made his radio debut Sunday over WBAY on Juvenile Theatre of the Air, playing the part of the son in "William Tell." Harvey, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Miller, 1477 N.W. 36lh St., is studying public speaking under Mrs. Birmingham, coach for the Juvenile Theatre. He is a student at Allapattah Elementary School. 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PAGE SIX +Je*lst>ncrkHar FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1948 llabbi AroiiMiii Loads Rabbinical Assembly Group Rabbi David Aronson of Temple Beth El, Minneapolis, wa unanimously elected to the presidency of the Rabbinical Assembly of America at the conclusion of its 48th annual convention which was held at the Sherman hotel ,in Chicago last week. He succeeds Rabbi Israel M. Goldman, of Temple Emanu-El in Providence, Rhode Island, who had served as leader of the body for two years. The conference brought together 250 of the 400 members of the assembly, representing the Conservative rabbinate in this country and Canada. Rabbi Bernard Segal, executive vice president of the assembly, reported that courts of Jewish law had been organized in Chicago and Philadelphia These tribunals deal with the interpretation of Jewish law and operate under the guidance of the assemblv's lav/ comm^sion. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. Congregation Beth El. West Palm Beach, was among the new members formally introduced at the convention. YOUR BATHROOM MODERNIZED MARKOWITZ'A SCHAFFER PLUMBING CONTRACTORS Time Payment! Free Eitimatet Ph. 23397 2132 N. W. 36th St. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phone* 9-6317 — (-6727 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIOENBERQ, Owner Yeshiva Conference Called In Baltimore More than two hundred delegates representing all-day schools held a series of sessions in Baltimore. Md., on May 30 and 31 for the Second National Conference on Yeshiva Education. which has been called by Torah Umesorah. a National Agency for the establishment of Jewish allday schools. The delegates, comprising principals, teachers, administrators and lay-leaders of America's existing all-day schools discussed the educational, fiscal and technical problems facing the Yeshivah Ketanah in its efforts to build a program of maximum education, on the American scene. A J. Kaplan, (left) president of the new North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith receives the gavel from Louis Heiman, District Grand Lodge No. 5 president, as Milton A. Friedman. State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges president, looks on. North Shore Men s Lodge and Women's Chapter were installed at a joint ceremony culminated by a banquet party attended by more than 300 persons at the Vanderbilt Hotel last week. Louis Heiman was the principal speaker. The North Shore Lodge is the sixth B'nai B nth Lodge to be organiied in the greater Miami area. HAROLD'S. INC. Hairdressers 1039 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES 5-0467, S-046B 440 E. LAB QLAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDAI.L Hebrew Medical Journal Marks 21st Anniversary The appearance of volume 1, rvailable to those who aro unable to read Hebrew. Further information may be obtained by communicating with the editorial 1948. marks the twenty-first year j ( fice of tne Hebrew Medical of the successful publication of Journa i_ 933 Park Ave., New York the Harofe Haivri, the Hebrew Medical Journal. The journal, edited by Moses Einhorn, M.D. is not confined to technical medical topics but is divided into several sections covering a variety of related subjects of interest to both the medical profession and laymen throughout the world. Primary in its relation to the exentual service of the journal is all subsequent Hebrew medical literature and teaching is the important subject of medical terminology to which a special section is dedicated. The original articles are summarized in English to make them Register early for the NANNHEIMER SUMMER SCHOOL # Kindergarten • Elementary School • High School "The Open Air School for Individual Instruction" 1054 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. Est. 1934 Miami Beach, Fla. Call 5-1312 ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING / &f I A C C FOR EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors end Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 34834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER You may obtain your copy of ti SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL" Written by DR. JACOR H. KAPLAN By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 19th ST.. MIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. BOX 4087, MIAMI. FLA. Price $2£0 (complete and SbepenJaMe 3tf/e SeMnce M IAMI TITLt & Obstruct Co. a niu or TTIU nw %  Mtn etwf KCROWS ABSTRACTS TJJLE MSU1AJICI Till* Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Assets Over (2,000,000.00 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-6661 I DADE FEDERAL C H '-% %  • IPTON P-\ FIRS



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waBBaXm leNmbJEIondEoun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 21—NUMBER 22 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS lave Israel" Campaign Nears Goal; ealvass and enra11 cvery headed b a committee h^dStyDr to ivin assisted by Alex Van Straaten. William JaTcie and Dr. David Andron. J t, ftv nPW members joined the Miami Zionist Two hundr^ and fg new mem ^ ^ s h ,„ District as a result o me OK vo i unt eers with his enrolllast week. Irving Saal lee1 the^iwa bejng continued ith a-SetingSduVdTo'junfn at Beth David Talmud Torah. by the Arab governments of these proposals proves once more their genuine desire to see peace restored in the Holy Land and a just solution of the Palestine problem arrived at." The Israeli communication also asked for an opportunity, at the discretion of the council, for the Israeli government to explain its. views orally. Faris el Khoury of Syria, will' preside over the Security Council for the month of June although the council's rules of procedure' provide that if the chairman represents one of the parties in a dispute before the council he may waive that right. El Khoury indicated yesterday that he would not yield the chair. (Analyzing the military situation in Tel Aviv today, Shertok. declared: "We hold both Eeastern and Western Galilee. In fact, we hold the entire area of the state of Israel, set up in accordance with the partition decision, plus Western Galilee and a good part of the Jerusalem road. The situation in the south is difficult; an Egyptian column has made deep incursions, but we are dealing with it most effectively. Outside of the Old City we virtually control all of the Jerusalem area.") HAVANA, (JTA)—The fewance of all immigration visas to Cuba has been idefinitely suspended Dr. Gonzales Muniar, foreign minister, announced today. At the same time, the Cuban government has cancelled visas already issued which have not yet been used. The government's action directly affects hundreds of Jews holding such visas which were obtained for them through relatives in Cuba. •



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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1948 +Jen>ist> fhriliir PAGE FIFTEEN CALLING All Blood Donors! The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our community ... and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood donated. Why not protect the lives of the members and give twice a year? The bank requires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your loved ones will need blood! To Our Jewish Friends In Metropolitan Miami: Whatever success the Blood Bank of Dade County has achieved since its establishment in 1941 is. in a large measure, due to the interest and generosity of volunteer donors who have contributed so liberally of their blood. The Jewish People of Dade County are to be commended for their ready response and liberal contributions to appeals by the Blood Bank for blood in emergencies. It is expected, and it happens, that the largest part of the blood issued by the Blood Bank is replaced by friends and relatives of the recipient. When the amount of blood transfused into a patient is not excessive, replacement is usually made. When, however, a patient receives five, ten. fifty, or more pints of blood or plasma (one patient received eighty-six pints of blood and plasma in two months) complete replacement cannot be expected. It is for such patients that it is necessary to recruit volunteer donors. During 1940, before the Blood Bank of Dade County was established, about fifty pints of blood were transfused monthly in the Miami area. During 1947, approximately 1,200 pints of blood were transfused monthly. This represents more than one unit of blood for each hospital bed in the area. By 1950, it is expected that there may be 2.500 hospital beds in Dade County, and 2.500 pints of blood will be reguired to meet the need. YOUR REGULAR VISITS WILL PREVENT THESE S 0 S CALLS PLAN TO VISIT THE BANK TWICE EVERY YEAR When a donation of blood is made to the Blood Bank, the donor designates to whom the credit shall be given. This may be for a patient, an organization, or to their own credit. It works just like a bank deposit. The donor may draw on his deposit whenever he desires to do so. The Blood Bank of Dade County is a permanent institution, ranking with the churches, schools and other important institutions in the service which it renders to the community. Its only commodity is human blood, and its sole purpose is the saving of human life. The need for blood is not only today, but every day in the future. There will never be a substitute for human blood. It is for this reason that a long range program, appealing to every qualified donor in the community, has been instituted. The success of the program depends upon volunteer donations of blood, and the Blood Bank of Dade County is appeal to you to make this donation, so that the Blood Bank can continue its life-saving program. As Director of the Blood Bank of Dade County, I want to take this occasion to express to the Jewish People of Dade County appreciation of the patients, physicians and the Blood Bank for their numerous donations of blood in the past, and express the hope that they will increase their interest in. and donations of blood to the Blood Bank. Sincerely, JOHN ELLIOTT. Sc.D. Director Blood Bank of Dade County Fincher Oldsmobile Motors Inc. 1740 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami Grand National Importers & Wholesale Liquors 309 N.W. 9th Ave. Miami "HARBOR ISLE" 79th Street Causeway Miami Beach Miami Beach 1st National Bank 1651 Alton Road Miami Beach MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY 400 S.W. 8th Ave. Miami MOORE CONSTRUCTION CO. 7003 Biscayne Blvd. Miami PAXSON BLOCK COMPANY 4450 S.W. 74th Ave. Miami Pro-Tect-U Jalousie Corp. 4525 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Cable* 1750 N. W. 10th Avenue 7 his Appeal Made Possible Phone 9-1631 Pearl Line Lighting Products 915 N.E. 1st Ave. Mia !" 1 Southern Personnel Service 226 W. Flagler St. Mia !" Thomas Venetian Blind Co. 545 N.W. 22nd St. Miami E. E. BRETT—Real Estate 7335 Collins Ave. Miami Beach C. H. Lyne Foundry & Machine Co. 105-09 N.W. 5th St. Miami A-l EMPLOYMENT 51 N.E. 5th St. Miami BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 44 N.W. 1st St. MianU Blue Ribbon Laundry Inc. 1403 N.W. 7th Ct. Miarm By The Following Sponsors Dade Fat & Grease Company 27th St. Hialeah GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE 3529 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami Sidney DeWolf & Son—Builders 231 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami W. A. Dickinson Transfer Co. 2323 N. Miami Ave. Miami EXCHANGE HOTEL 141 N.E. 3rd St. Miami Famous Employment Agency 340 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami Florida Cartage Company 400 S.W. 1st Ave. Miami A. F. GIVEN—Accountant 420 Congress Bldg. Miami GREEN BROTHERS—Brokers 55 N.E. 24th St. V ^ ami LULA JONES—Florists 1910 S.W. 8th St. Miami PAINTERS UNION—No. 365 925 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami PARTS INC. 824 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami Pioneer Sheet Metal & Roofing Wks. Inc. 2819 N. Miami Ave. Miami JOHN E. PORTE—Attorney 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach ROGERS FORGE 1456 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami E. M. ROSENBERGER Pierce Hotel Wc '" { %  % 



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PAGE TWELVE +Jenist ncrldttan 25PAY L JUNE 4 194g Histadruth Benefits From Workmen's Circle Affair The Histadruth will benefit from the proceeds of an affair to be given Sunday at 8 p.m. by the Workmen's Circle, Branch 699, of Miami. Participating in the program will be Rev. Maurice Mamches in a recital of Palestinian songs; A. Drucker who will render flute selections; J. Puckleker in piano numbers, and H. Greenberg in a monologue. The motion picture "House in the Desert" will be shown. The even) will be held at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St., with admission of $1. The Everglades Chapter of the Workmen's Circle announces that the boatride originally scheduled for May 30. will be held Sunday. June 13 at 8 o'clock, on the Seminole Queen, II, leaving pier 6. Beth Jacob Closing Exercises On Sunday Closing exercises of the Beth Jacob Sunday school will be held Sunday at 11 a.m. at the Beth Jacob Community building. The program will include an original playlet and musical poem written by a faculty member, Miss Natalie Gray. Also on the program will be exhibitions of classroom work, projects for the year, recitations and songs. Report cards will be distributed. Greetings will be extended by David Whitman, Congregation president. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Sisterhood president, and Dr. M. J. Safra, chairman of the Board of Education. Parents and friends are invited to attend the gathering at which refreshments will be served by the Sisterhood. IN THE MAIL Fair Play To the Editor: My attention has been called to an article appearing in your May 21 issue regarding Dr. David Marx, rabbi emeritus of the Temple in Atlanta. May I inquire tA to how you would allow such an article to be published without finding out something regarding the facts? If you believe in fair play then you should know something rejarding this outstanding citizen who is loved and respected and idmired by fellow-Americans of ill faiths throughout the nation, .-ind the high tributes vhich have been pa'd to him, so well deserved, cannot be inlluenced by such an unwarranted attack. How can you expect iustice unless you are willing to do justice? Respectfully yours, ARMAND MAY. Hollywood BBYO Group Aids Haganah Affair The meeting of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization of Hollywood, scheduled for June 3, was postponed, to enable members of the group to assist the Broward County Friends of Haganah at their benefit dance at the Colonial Inn on that date. Members of the BBYO acted as ushers, parking lot attendants, cigarette girls and cashiers. Members of BBYO will spend the week-end of June 5 at Palm Beach, as guests of the West Palm Beach chapter. The next scheduled meeting of the BBYO will be held at the Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St., on Thursday evening, June 10. Young men and young women between the ages of 18 and 25 are invited to attend. The group is sponsored by the B'nai B'rith Lodge of Hollywood. Melieov Pupils In Piano Recital A recital of classical music for the piano was given by the pupils ->f Anyuta Melicov last Sunday •it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Fishman. 5334 La Gorce Drive, last Sunday. The pupils included several brother and sister combinations, among them being Mary Elizabeth, Michael and Thomas Fishman, Miriam and Samuel Kovnat. Aaron and Esther Leibovitz. Two sisters, Goldie and Marilyn Fishman. also took part in the program. Other pupils were Joyce Bruckner. Merle Foreman, Yvonne Gilbert, Dorothy Greenberg, Connie Jackson. Lucy Matera. Jewel Muravchick. Bnrh.ira Rosenthal, Michael Shagan, Shirley Usdansky and Carl Washer. Golden Age Raises $200 For Save Israel Drive At a meeting of the Miami "Y's" Golden Age Friendship Club Sunday, Isaac Englander, president, made an appeal for contributions toward the "Save Israel" campaign. Samuel Rothstein, chairman of the constitution committee, also spoke. Two hundred dollars was raised and turned over to the Federation. The club will meet again this Sunday at the "Y." APARTMENT HOUSE—$26,000 Good income—Near synagogue Can increase rents Best buy in that locality RUSSELL REALTY ROOM 07 CONGRESS BLDG. Tel 82-7638 — 48-7760 AUTO PAINTING Personal attention assures you of satisfactory work. Complete onestop service. RITCHIE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP 1348 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 82-3286 ULTRA MODERN Beautiful 3 bedroom—2 Bath House — Completely furnished— With corner lot—Right clote to the Bay and close to town A steal at $21,000 With $8,000 Cash; Balance $75 a month, including interest at the rate of 5% BETTER HURRY! Call MR. HARRY SHIFT with RAY ZIEGLER RED. REAL ESTATE BROKER 1208 N.W. 2nd St. 3-3713 SPECIAL RATES FOR JUNE The Horowitz Kosher Inn 331 First Are. W. HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. NEWLY RENOVATED HIGH ELEVATION DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE Under Supervision of MR. AND MRS. D. HANDEL. Prop. OUR WINTER RESORT HOTEL BOSTON 310 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. S. I. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth atfd Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Priraie Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. enso "DID Telephone 5-9017 WHY RE LONELY? Meet people who want to meet you. Enjoy an active social life by personal introductions through a national organization, one of the oldest and largest of its kind. Recognized by national magazines, newspapers and radio. Make appointment today. Learn our new plan CLARA LANE FRIENDSHIP CENTER. INC HOTEL ROBERTS 28 Watt FUgler St Phone 82-3065 Open daily 10 8 P.M. Little Tigers Flower Shop On Miami Beach "Hymie Sez" is the motto known throughout the Greater Miami area and now emanates from a unique flower establishment situated on Miami Beach. Located at 1438 Drexel Ave.. the Little Tigers, Inc.. has estab lished a policy of a volume of business at low cost, rather than high prices for the favored few— or to quote Hymie, "I would rather sell a hundred a day at less than three at more."' "We like to make people happy," Hymie Sez. "And when you ask for prompt delivery of a corsage for your favorite girl, you can be sure she will have it on time." The Little Tigers are thoroughly experienced in serving the needs of weddings, parties and funerals. They take a personal interest in every order and patrons can depend upon their expert advice. June brides will find the Little Tigers fully equipped to take care of the decorative needs of the bridal party, including bridal bouquets, attendants' flowers, boutonnieres for the groom, best man and ushers—in fact the works! Despite the higher costs of living and inflation—which as affected all types of business. Hymie has cut his profits rather than raise his prices. "Hymie Sez "Our success depends upon the good will of the people—and one way we establish this is our offer of special prices to organizations and parties. We sell for less because no one tells us what to sell!" Hymie has been active in the produce and floral business in this area for many years and has earned a reputation throughout the country for his aggressive business ability. Specializing in orchids of every variety, the Little Tigers also sell "retai. at wholesale prices" flowers of eveiy description "For your conventence," "Sez Hymie," "We are op< n evening.and Sundays. Come in and say hello to Libby Fisher—she will enjoy showing you around." WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:00 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE on Lake Osceola HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner-Manager OPENING TUNE 1st Special Low Rates for Month of June American Plan Only Finest Jewish-American Cuisine All Rooms with Bath or Shower Private Beach and Dock i\rir\M,\\ mrw Hendersonville, N. C. NEW ADDITION Featuring ALL Rooms with Private Bath Excellent Cuisine—Swimming Pool—Entertainment—Golf Counsellor for Children — Write for Booklet E CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA ONLY CAMP OF ITS KIND IN THE SOUTH American Jewish FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Age 5 to 16 Years ALL CULTURAL AND ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES QUALIFIED COLLEGE TEACHERS Mike Levine. University of Miami Physical Education Instructor, Program Director ENROLL NOW FOR COMING SUMMER CONTACT OWNERS BOB OR JEAN ARNOLD MORRIS SIEGEL. ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR 1438 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-2988 Resident Physician in Attendance THE LEAR SCHOOL Nursery. Pre-School Through 12th Grade MORNING OR ALL-DAY SESSIONS Academic. Commercial, tfusic, Art, Dramatics Regulation Private Pool on Premises Applications for Registration for 1948-1949 Now Being Mailed Upon Request IDA R. LEAR Phone: 5-0606 Director 1010 West Are., Miami Beach As the oldest and largest financial institution in Miami... the gateway to Latin America ... our Foreign Department has all of the facilities to serve you fully, in all foreign financial or banking transactions throughout the world...whether your interest is business or pleasure. Aqui' St HaMi Eipanol Aqui Se Fila PortugOei FOREIGN DEPARTMENT Fourth Floor ThcFirst National fcan of Miami EiUbli.he(ft]902 Two EainucM fox Vour Conv 0 |nc to. E.. nssta s,^ ^ „ Konh J > \ 9-2818 lor mgtfT """' 700 c beaded' me#seoffer terries.