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The Jewish Floridian ( February 18, 1949 )

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lew Miami City Ordinance Prohibits Hoods, Masks, Burning Of Crosses Miami City Commission Hnesdav unanimously passed a iion" which would virtually bhibit the Ku Klux Klan from Lrating in this area. pThe new ordinance pronunts L wearing of masks or anyU g to conceal the identity; lohibits the entrance on the .remises of any other person Chile wearing a mask; prohibits the burning of fiery Tosses: and prohibits masked meetings of the Ku Klux Klan any other hooded organixaon. |j-he c .iv.mission's action was lompU'd by the burning of fiery nsses before the Miami Shores Community Church and the home of Negro Minister Edward Graham who had been invited to deliver a sermon there in commemoration of Brotherhood Week and efforts of local civic groups to ban activities of hate groups. The ordinance carries a maximum of $500 and/or 60 days in the city jail. The law exempts persons wearing traditional holiday masks and costumes during a holiday period, children under 17 masking in "the spirit of levity" or wearing the mask in a circus or play. Mayor Robert Floyd suggested an amendment which would have exempted social events such as masquerade parties, but this was rejected at the suggestion of Attorney Burnett Roth, who was representing the Jewish War Veterans at the commission meeting. Roth contended that organizations might be able to circumvent the ordinance by labeling affairs as social events and no judge would be able to convict them under the strict letter of the law. Commendation for its "splendid and forthright action" through the adoption of the ordinance was extended to the city commission by the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League of the B'nai B'rith in a statement released by Leonard L. Abess, advisory board chairman. "The enactment of this ordinance by the city commission marks a noteworthy advance in the development of mutual respect and understanding among all groups making up our city," Abess stated. "The Anti-Defamation League is proud to join with all the liberty-loving citizens and organizations throughout Miami in praising the city commission for its action. "Miami extends a welcoming hand to visitors from throughout the country and other parts of the globe. Bigotry and intolerance have no place amidst the friendly hospitality of the city," Abess added. The league's statement commended the commission for taking "appropriate steps to insure the peace, dignity and safety of the citizenry of Miami." Dr. Andrew Gottschal of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, JWV repreentatives and Gilbert Balkin, Florida director of the ADL, made personal appearances to congratulate the city commissioners upon the enactment of the bill drawn by Abe Aronovitz, local attorney. Tallahassee recently passed a similar ordinance following a Ku Klux Klan motorcade through the city. ^viislhJEIliDiPiidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY pOLUME 22-NUMBER 7 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS [ppealActivities Gain Momentum is Leaders Call For Full Quota WlsUr To Speak To Local Groups [Richard S. Zeisler, world travelauthor and lecturer, will be pneipal speaker at the $36.50 linimum brunches to be given ext week by the Women's Unit the 1949 Combined Jewish apeal. The affair for Beach resi|ents will be held at 12 noon Wednesday at the Monte Carlo week is a meeting of presidents of all organizations affiliated with Federation to be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Federation offices. Purpose of the meeting is to obtain the cooperation of organizations in securing volunteers for the Metropolitan Unit campaign which will be launched March 13. William D. Singer, George Chertkof and Morris Klass will be speakers. A meeting of the Physicians' lotel. Rabbi Max Shapiro will Division will be held Monday eveso address the gathering, which i under the chairmanship of Mrs. fcarl Weinkle. The brunch for town residents pill be held at the Westview Country Club Thursday at noon. Irs. Sylvia Chertkof is in charge |f the event. Rabbi Leon Kronish trill also speak to the women. Zeisler. who comes from Chicago, \s a graduate of Amherst College with post-graduate work It Harvard, His grandfather was ounder of the first synagogue in louth Bend, Indiana, another Irandfather, Joseph Zeisler, was I professor of medicine at Northwestern University. Among the other affairs slated fy Federation for the coming ning at 8 at the home of Dr. Stanley Frehling, 321 Di Lido Drive, Miami Beach. On Thursday evening at 6:30 at Kaplan Hall, Temple Israel, Stanley C Myers, chairman of Federation's community planning committee, will address a meeting of all officers and board members of the local participating agencies at a dinner meeting. Myers will explain the $200,000 building fund which has been included in the 1949 campaign and how it will affect them. William D. Singer and Richard S. Zeisler will speak at a meeting of the Lawyers' Division to be held at the Downtown Club Thursday evening^at 6:30. and civic group activities to increase understanding and good will among Protestants, Catholics „. and Jews has been planned in >l;iJ. 1'Jiail t^lteS this area during the annual obl nn a| Y<><-il servance of Brotherhood Week %||M .11 .^ ll starting Sunday. More than 250,000 men, women Sponsored by the Miami Round and children now languishing in Table of the National Conference displaced persons camps in Euof Christians and Jews, the week rope "are on the threshold of free-1 wffl be highlighted by the an,/„ „„, „_„, utm in Tempi nual Brotherhood banquet to take place Tuesday, George Washington's birthday, at 6:30 p.m. at the School, Religious, Civic Groups To Observe Brotherhood Week A program of school, religious Miami Woman's Club. Dr. Edgar DeWitt Jones, former n Major Aubrey Eban, Iraeli representative to the United Nations, told a gathering of local Jewish leaders at a meeting Monday night at the Monte Carlo Hotel. The meeting was in connection with the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal for $1,881,737 to be launched shortly by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. In presenting Major Eban, Abraham Goodman, chairman of the Special Gift Unit, said that his group has undertaken to raise $500,000 toward the all-city goal. $75,000 towards this goal was pledged at the meeting. Declaring that the past eight months constituted "a climatic period in the history of the Jewish people," Major Eban said that "at the graveside of six million of our brethren we have stood against overwhelming opposition, we have sustained a fierce challenge on the international scene and we have brought 130,000 immigrants into the country." Nat'l Leadors Attend Meet Here Over 300 leaders of the American Jewish community were warned Sunday that the $250,000,000 goal of the 1949 United Jewish Appeal will not stand any trimming. Communal leaders from 75 cities who were attending conference here last weekend heard that orderly mass immigration into Israel is menaced by a lack of financial support and pledged to launch campaigns in communities across the country as soon as possible so as to make funds available within the coming weeks. president of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ of America, will be featured speaker at the affair. Dr. Jones will also speak at the University of Miami Monday at 12:30 p.m., at the Miami Beach Rotary Club Tuesday. Citations for "outstanding work in inter-group relations" will be awarded at the banquet to Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, Temple Israel; Robert R. Roberts, Jr., past president of the Catholic Welfare I Bureau; and Miss Alice MavVicar, assistant director of instruction in the county school system. Stanley C. Myers will preside. A mass meeting is scheduled foi Saturday, February 26, at Bayfront Park at which Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, president of the National Council of Christians and Jews, will speak. Dr. Clinchy will also appear at the Boca Raton Club, Temple Beth Sholom, Coral Gables Methodist Church. White Temple and Temple Israel. Special Brotherhood services have been arranged in many Miami churches and synagogues and most schools have arranged Brotherhood Week assembly programs to stress the fostering of good will among people of different faiths. r • %  • *hUnited NationsSam Blank, Initial Gift chairman; Morris At the speakers' table of a gathering of local Jewish eaders the United nations. oa F-rf.ration. behalf of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal Monday night at KlaM execu ,iv e director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. the Monte Carlo Hotel are (1. to r.) Abraham Goodman. Special Sher prefident 0 f the Federation. Gift Unit chairman; Major Aubrey Eban. Israeli representative to Silver 9 Newman Resign As The Floridian went to pressThursday evening word was received that Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver and Emanuel Newman have resigned from the Jewish Agency after a dispute Involving control of the United Palestine Appeal policy and administration. An emergency session of American Jewish leaders has been called for next week. Representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish community at this meeting will be Jacob Sher, William D. Singer and Abraham Goodman. It was indicated that Henry Morgenthau and Henry Montor will again assume leadership of UJA. unu cnairman; Major AuDrey CDO U. woe" "y— 1 • %  — pening Ceremony of Constituent Assembly Will Long Be Remembered In Israel anH the international Zionist Organand within a mile of enemy guns. But it was the personal element ERUSALEM. (JTAi—Jews in vice speakers to be elected, ana ,c r ]ieinus leaders, The diplomatic representation w hir-h .a &f ,*, A^ —4;„ „_. JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Jews in Jerusalem and throughout Israel "' on g remember the opening sion this week of the Constituent Assembly which marked If* establishment of the latest democratically elected parliament > the world and the first in the n'ddle East. The actual business of the openn 8 session included listening to a norning opening statement read Py President Weizmann in his opacity as head of the Provisions' State Council; the election of Joseph Spinzan, one of the leading members of the Israeli labor Pajty, as tne speaker; a lively ussion over the number of an amusing airing of a split within the four-member Communist representation. It was an unusually colorlui gathering that jammed the Assembly hall. Seated in the center, facing the President and members of the Provisional Government, were the elected representatives, including the intense young and elderly men of the Religious bloc, and men on whose heads the British Mandate Government had placed heavy rewards, one Arao wearing a red fez and another dressed in ceremonial robes and turban. On one side were the government officials, representatives of and the press. On the other side, a Russian diplomatic delegation, made conspicuous by the absence of all the other big powers, sat among the bearded, plainly dressed dignitaries of the various eastern Christian churches and Moslem sects, and the diplomatic representatives of a number ol minor countries. In the quiet ceremony, belying the tension which pervaded the chamber, the participants and the spectators, all the elements of an exciting historic occasion were evident. The Assembly met on territory that is both hallowed and disputed The diplomatic representation mirrored the ideological squeeze in which the struggling young nation is caught. To many observers, the opening of the first democratically elected parliament in the history of the Middle East presaged the real beginning of the profound social and economic influence which the new state will inevitably exert on the other countries in this key area. When the 11 women legislators took their places, they recorded a revolutionary moment in this part of the world, and the seating of the four Arab representatives marked the beginning of a hopeful and far-reaching experiment. which gave the dramatic and moving touch to the scene. In this formal milestone—even more than the proclamation of statehood last May 15—older Zionists, such as Dr. Weizmann saw their most fervent wishes materialized. For others like Premier David Ben Gurion, whose devoted efforts and inspired leadership had brought a dream to fruition, today's ceremony had special significance. It meant the conclusion of one phase in the long struggle and the confident beginning of a new chapter in the life of the state of Israel.



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PAGE TWO vJeHistfhridiari FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i 194 g National ADL Director To Speak At All-Day Institute Set For March 13 Benjamin R. Epstein, rational director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'r.ai B*rith. will visit Miami to conduct an all-day ADL institute to be held Sunday. March 13, in the Im] I room of the Ron He will participate in a panel presi I with Dr. Maurice A G pros: -:• :•• : Disti ict Grand 1 No. 5. and Julius Fish :. Distri : Gl II : ". Igl : Epstein wi] rent status of anti-Semitism through at 1 I St will ns fr m the _r:uipa". Epsl iter's desity of Penr.sylv : .i at the '-' ol Bi fellov r.t from the Insti.. „ R. Epstein Ir. i % %  he studied! Jusserand g Fellowship. M of N y Be < u | Epst( ..... and vox life 1 ., _.., %  : : : ,he Phlla :: • in This thing He has :. • i States. 1 als s I with the New York am going i yi I : % % %  .-. Charitii s • New York Fund. Fivi years • % % %  : %  appoir.tADL man of the all:. He progress ,• E Al ert Pallot. to 1 • %  • ? %  -. .• : the B'r.ai B'rith -h community • to irticipate in the nt. Epsl ..'Jlapal Win*-Iff Seats; 110.080 Vast llallots AVIV, JTA)—The final • the Israeli national elections I thi listribution of -• ts :. • • Constil HI nt Assen nnounced here last A total : 440.080 oallots si in •. • elections, held 25 The 12 ts in the Assembly will be divided among 12 parties ng basis: Mapai. 46: : Religious Bloc. 16: ;; itl Irgun-sponsored) 14: Genera] Zionists, ": Progressive.-. 5: Commui ists, 4: Sephardim. 4; ratic Bloc, 2: WIZO. 1; F (Su-rnist-sponsored) 1: and Yemenites. 1. Twenty-one rent parties entered slates in Lections. The Israeli Foreign Ministry has idy received the name of the proposed Bntisn representative in Israel, it was learned. Although : is name was not disclosed, it is kr.own that he is an important career diplomat who has not been connected with either Palestine or the Middle East in the past. No decision has yet been reached on who shall represent the Jewish state in London, although several names are under discussion. It has also been learned that consuls are being appointed for the British Dominions of Canada, I Australia and South Africa. MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS 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 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 Sholeni Lodge Announces Slate Sam Silver, chairman of the nominating committee o( S Lodge. B'nai B'rith has subi the nominations I (49-50. John Kronenfeld is slat< I to succeed Marx Fal er as president. Sidnev Aronovitz and 3> Weinklehavi presidents. Others nominal I are Frank Jaffee, recordii etarj Irvii Saal, finan< tal s David Stuzin. I ••' % %  :x Fal %  r, a nitor; Edward Newi Wein•.:. rvin Rauzin, Perry Botwin, Ted s. k .-.:. H rbert Blume, Hillel Advi ry Council: Alex Cohen. Sam Silver, trusti Elections will taki pi March meeting, Marx Fa i r, president, ai ."• I iiiina l.a/arus Oroup To Sponsor l.miH's Parly A ganu. ; party is planned by • En t< : Busis and Pi : r %  %  men of B'r.ai B'rith for : y at 8:15 • Hotel. 1741 Collins Ave., Ethel P i t. pi der.t. has announced. Proceeds of the affair will be allocated for the group's community service programs. Acting as co-chairmen of the affair will be Edythe Fleischer, Sally Lerner and Tina E:.-her. Gifts will be presented to leading tables raising top amounts during the evening. Tickets at SI.50 per person may be secured from members : at the door. Graduates From U. Of M. Charles Herbert Breiholtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bretholtz, 160 S.W. 17th Ct.. was among 300 graduates to receive degrees at the mid winter comrr.encem c r. t exercises of the (University of Miami on February 1949. Brethholtz reBretholta coived a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting. Tri Beta Council Installs Officers Barbara Wesson was recently installed president of the Tri Beta Council of YM and YWHA at the of Florice Kotkin, 1344 S.W. 17th Terr. Renee Jacobson served as installing officer. Other officers are Edythe Scligman, vice president; Florice Kotkin. recording secretary; Sandra Stein, corresponding secretary; Dotty Singer, treasurer; Estclle Grenberg, auditor; Lenny Dartziger, sargeant at arms; and Au[rey Younger, chaplain. Committee chairmen appointed include Lila Pearl, welfare; Myra Gerson. scrapbook: Ellen Stone, city; Dana Potampkin, constitntion; Barbara RoITT and Francine MarkowS H day fund. "• ha PPy The club will sponsor a r>ar,„ for the children of Jilckson ** or.al Hospital Saturday and Z assist with the National Childre Cardiac Home tag day. A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA M Myron Abramovitz To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Hvrr.an Abramovitz. 150 S.W. 19th Road, announce that their son. Myron, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. He will address the congregation and Rabbi Simon April will respond. Myron is a student at Shenandoah Junior High and a member of Boy Scout Troop No. 85. which is affiliated with Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. a :IM^^ HHri TNI MIMM &**? %  --*** %  •* HOMOGENIZE OM PMT l *mnf>i-.** $ Miami Otflce 1713 IV.W. 7th Ave., Phon* 82-mi CHICKEN "A LA KING" Truly a regal dish: Delicious, Kosher ideal for tempting year 'round menu*. HOROWITZ • MARGARETEN CHICKEN "A LA KING" like HOROWITZ.MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN FRICA6SEE and other chicken product*, make* quick, tatty meal* Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-6866 CARR APPLIANCES, INC. OWEN L CARR. 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L A y, FEBRUARY 18, 1949 fJenisti FhridMan PAGE THREE /'// Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF ibba Hillel Silver: Benefactor Or Dictator [His Tbp word ostracize has a curious icinrv In Greek ostrakon means e ea 'shell. In the old Democracy / Athens, the nimble minded Lcmporanes of Socrates and Xto came to this conclusion: ,hcn a public man becomes too Sat and powerful, it is high C e to give him the shell—that to vote his exile on a shell and ,U n into the ballot box. Some if the greatest statesmen or ioldiers of Greece were thus osiracized. is Great Services Many people wonder whether 1th.. tune has come to give the Eminent Abba Hillel Silver the kill Unquestionably, the learned feabbi lias rendered the Jewish cause .-<-me tremendous services. His Hassidim maintain with' fanatical zeal that the State Israel j, as come into existence solely became of the great fight he conducted No one questions Dr. Silver's superb abilities. No one will ever forget his magnificant plea for the Palestine Resolution at the American Jewish Conference held in 1943 at the Waldorf Astoria. There, he reached a new high in eloquence. His leadership of the American Zionist Emergency Committee was militant and brilliant. His presentation of the Jewish ease at Lake Success was masterful and statesmanlike. Rabbi Silver was probably the best equipped leader in world Jewry to lead the fight that created Medinas Israel. His place in history is quite safe. Yet many people feel that haying reached the pinnacle of his career, Dr. Silver should retire on his laurels. Like Eisenhauer, the conquering general ought to resign after gaining the brilliant victory. George C. Marshall, probably the ablest Chief of Staff the American Army has ever produced, made but an indifferent Secretary of State. So the very qualities that served Dr. Silver to batter through the ramifications set up by the vacillating officials in Washington, or the cagey politicos at Lake Success, are detrimental in Jewish affairs today. The trouble is that power and success corrode the spirit and ultimately spoil even a great man. Very few can maintain intellectual humility or spiritual purity when standing on the lotfy mountain crest. Even the friends of Dr. Silver admit that, together with his superlative talents, he has the inflated ego of a Cardinal Wolsey. In a democratic society it becomes increasingly difficult to work with an arrogant dictator. Dissensions American Jewry is disturbed and distressed by the bickerings '.hat are going on in the Z.O.A., the U.J.A., and the U.P.A. It matters little to the plain person whether Henry Montor is director of the U.J.A. or is holding down a lush iob in the Palestine Economic Corporation. But the ordinary non-professional or non-official Jew does thrill with pride and confidence to see the Secretary of the Treasury under F.D.R. head the $250,000,000 U.J.A. campaign. And so, if Mr. Morgenthau wishes to have Mr. Montor as his director, why not let him have his wish. But then Dr. Silver says no! And as a consequence, American Jewry is on the verge of dividing into two camps within a stone's throw, and throwing stones at each other. At the last Z.O.A. convention, the delegates heard charges hurled against the Silver-Newman administration. The Committee of Progressive Zionists accused the official leadership with having transformed the Zionist organization into a Tammany machine. Drs. Silver and Newman, they said, were stifling the democracy, initiative, or freedom of expression in Zionist ranks. These leaders want only ward heelers to carry out their benests. The delegates listened with indifference. Dr. Silver looked on with aloof disdain. But the revolt has grown to alarming proportions. The rebellion may ripen into a successful revolution. The Widening Rift For the first time in its history, the Jewish Agency is now meeting the U.S. Why? Isn't there at last a Medinas Israel? Jerusalem is certainly more fitting for a plenary session than New York. But dissension in American Zionism has become so acute that both President Weizman and Premier Ben Gurion have urged this most important body to meet in the place where the snarl has arisen. And the issue is not simply whether or not Henry Morgenthau should continue his chairmanship of the U.J.A. No, the issues seem to be more complex and far reaching. There are insinuations to the effect that the present leaders of the Z.O.A. are in oposition to the former Treasurer of the U.S. because they want a free hand in their control of the United Palestine Appeal. The same sources intimate that the vast sums collected by the U.J.A.—if handled as a Marshall plan—can secure remote control over the destinies of the Jewish Republic. Fears are felt about Dr. Silver's political affiliations. Capital is being made out of the political ideology of Rabbi Silver, who is said to have been a staunch Republican at the crucial period when Mr. Roosevelt was the sole hope of world Liberalism. His opponents further charge that Dr. Silver heads a powerful reactionary group, who are bent on smashing the Socialistic trends in the B.-n Gurion government. Considering that Ben Gurion's victory on January 25th brought a flock of recognitions to Israel, American Jews should pause before attempting to advise or interfere. Our own State Department was pleased with the returns. For even the career boys know that Mapai is bitter towards Communism. Its Socialism seems in line with the Roosevelt New Deal and the British Labor Party program. It is therefore presumptuous for any individual, his contribution notwithstanding, to dictate to people who show such wisdom in handling their own affairs. After all, the Greeks were wise. When they sensed danger, they had recourse to the shell. If You Desire JEWISH CUISINE Try These LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SMOKED SALMON CHOPPED LIVER TOMATO HERRING SOUR CREAM SPECIALS SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Aiz-Conditioned Planning community service projects are the newly elected officers of Isaac Levin Lodge. B'nai B'rith: (sealed 1. lo r.) Donald Eanett, president: Martin Fosen. secretary; (rear) Burton Young, vice oresident; Dr. Maurice Serotta. trustee; Albert J. Beer, treasurer. Not pictured are: Morton Perry, second vice president: Richard Gerstein, chaplain; Robert Newman, guardian: and Harold Lieber, warden. The gro up meets every se cond Thursday at the Miami T. Gamos Social Set ffor Isaac Levin II uai B'rith A games evening and social will be held by the Isaac Levin Lodge B'nai B'rith after their next meeting Thursday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Israel, Donald Eanett, president, has announced. The lodge announces the organization of a bowling squad now open for contests with other groups in greater Miami. Most recent community service program undertaken by the lodge is collection of magazines for the use of one of the wards in Jackson Memorial Hospital. All young men interested in joining B'nai B'rith are requested to contact Donald Eanett 9-1473. Georgia Resolution To Bar Foreign-Born From Elective Office ATLANTA (WNS)—A resolution barring foreign-born persons from holding elective offices in Georgia was introduced last week in the State Senate here by Senators Edgar D. Clary, Jr., and Crawford Pilcher. The legislators proposed that the State Constitution be amended to read that only native Americans are eligible to run for elective offices. Senator Clary cautioned the legislature that "there will be greater and greater numbers of foreign-born people coming into the state" as Georgia "becomes more industrialized." Raising the hue and cry that "foreign countries are financing political campaigns by foreignborn citizens seeking election to American offices," he boasted "this is not happening in Georgia now but we don't want it ever to happen." at Hotel Presents Benefit The Evans Governor Hotel presented a program of entertainment for the benefit of the Heart Fund in the patio of the hotel last night. Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home HAS BEEN COMPLETELY RENOVATED And is Now Under the Personal Supervision of: RUTH WEISS, R. N. EUGENE WEISS, Pod. G. • JEWISH DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSES' CARE • CHEERFUL HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS • SPECIAL DIETS PREPARED 1408 N. E. 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PAGE FOUR > U &f i &f A fkridiar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY EDITORIAL What was the mood in Israel and in Jerusalem when the new chapter in Jewish history was begun with the opening ot Israel's first Parliament on the tiiteenth day ot the month ot Shevat, traditional Jewish Aibor Day? We can look tor the answer to Dr. Weizmann's address, particularly that portion in which he gave thanks and prayer to the God of Israel for having granted him the privilege of 'witnessing the redemption of our people after centuries of affliction and suffering." We might find it in other consecrated and divinely-inspired' phrases of one of the greatest architects of the Jewish state. Surely the veteran Zionist leader who was spared by Providence from the fate of Moses spoke our minds and echoed our feelings and sentiments when he so eloquently and deeply spoke of the Jewish past and of the Jewish future. His inspiiing message, however, would not have bee:-, possible if he did not drink inspiration and intuition from that eternal fount which is the people. As the historic hour for the opening of Knesseth Israel d:ew near there was a spirit of festivity in Jerusalem. TV:is of thousands c: people who knew every nook and cciv.e: of the Jewish Agncy building, where Parliament met, visited the building in awe and admiration, as ii coming in physical contact with the buildinq brought them close to spiritual contact with the historic event that was to tak( place later. The atmosphere in the Holy City was one of jubilation k at also of reverence. :.io.: tv.en and head-covered women murmured sin< s :.•: the met: entrusted with guiding Israel 5 destiny, and prayers for the dea % %  iose eyes were closed forever. From the lips of men, women and children, prayers went up to the Almighty foi having granted them the privilege c: witnessing one a: the greatest events in Jewish .:-. Young children who could not intellectually grasp what was happening sensed they were in the midst ol an awe-inspiring event. The : was the joy no: only of people who had seen the achievement of a miracle but of a who carried the conviction in the depth oi the.: hearts that their accomplishment will grow and blossom into that object ich only the dreamers and prophets once believed possible. There was a spirit of peace and reverence ovei the Holy City and of joy and gladness oi securitj and hope. It was'a people with Brotherhood Not Hoods! -' Urou iittj MJp First Tallahassee and now Miami munities all over the country In servin" 1 on the Klan and other subversive groups tL k way of doing business will not be tolerated This action deserves the plaudits of every The sooner action is taken publicly and tiW orderly and legal channels, that much soone?*! we be on the way to complete eradication^ brow-beating intimidation practiced by the B and its ilk. ai The organizations that have worked diliaentt, through the yetars to prepare the public and i ofiicials to take steps likewise deserve comment? tion. But their job is not completed. Too man laws and ordinances are passed and end m there. To be effective the intent of the measjl must be carried out to the fullest. How the South is growing up! > i rise I ads not raised in va in boasting ever victory and achieve::.-; but raised in prayer to Him above ::: whose trust Israel throughout the ages has placed its fate and destiny and future. Adding to the restiv.ty ai.h significance of the event was the fad %  ing of Parliament coincided with Chamisha Asa: B Shevat, New Year for the Trees, a day which tells the story of the coming of Spring, cf freshness, of growth and of fruitfulness. It was against this background of jubilation, prayers and sanctified mood that the first Parliament elected in Israel held its first session. To us here, who were denied the privilege of witnessing such an historic event with their own eyes, the moment holds a sublime and exhilarating lesson. Ii it serves as a well from which we can draw that inspiration which has kept us from disintegration ilrothvrhootl XS'vvk Today, in a troubled world, the people search desperately for a new spirit of brotherhood cad hope—leadership in all walks of life in which they can have trust and confidence because of itj integrity, justice and understanding. We in the United States are one of the few nations in a position to give not only material leadership but moral and spiritual leadership ai well—a leadership that will strike at the very roots of conflict, disunity, and misunderstands which bar the paths to brotherhood. The principles of brotherhood which animate the annual observance of Brotherhood Week constitute the very essence of our way of life. They provide the basis for the spread of lasting peace, freedom, and respect for human dignity at home and throughout the world. Brotherhood Week gives us an opportunity as a people to rededicate ourselves to this high purpose. through the ages of wandering and pain and agony and suffering we will be sufficiently compensated even though we were not among the I privileged who beheld the miracle with their own eyes. Bea?h Zionists I o %  Hear Berkowitz 5 -' %  nisi Y ai C ::. Guesfc f h A B'nai B nth Girls To Sponsor Program On B r otherhood Arri\ :._ ::. :: this AI; t... ...:..... :-. .. | -.... Noted Met Tenor To Give Concert At Beach Center : %  institute for the Mi A E: '• '•'•' ek program : : : '-' : Zionist District intly I y :' : Bai ."'. f the local BYith girls unit will be held at Itz, :-. prominent attOT%  nist \ • t of 1 t th the board of at 8:15 Subjecl I : evening's dis'•V. it th Youth • ~ : — •' life .Jan Pcercc, one of America's most tenors who is currently :n his eighth season with the Metropolitan Opera, will appear Sunday. February 27, at 8:15 at the Miami Beach Jewish Comity Center under the auspices I t • C( nter Sisterhood. rce, Arture Toscanim's rite tenor" and the first sing• r to hit the Metropolitan via radio, is recognized as a master the Italian style, despite the • his training is exclusively American. His recordings and have brought him internafame and since the end of I %  •• -..: he has received numerous :.itions to appear in the principal cities of Europe. He plans a tal tour next summev The tenor first won serious gnition after an audition by nini who engaged him as a St in the Chorale of Beet> Ninth Symphonv. Since r;, Sol Hurok took rce under his wing ten years ago, he has become a favorite in M i Luskin • • that the; rr.aj take their roles as sin the Zi nift -:.-..... ty There are three y %  *h Center. Moderator of 1 ramps .-• %  • -Jmistfhrldlam P-C Am r.c :'r tests wel •KM ;•-. c;.,. :e ,77 s •;:-,-• v ,8 r .3 ,.. %  I Mrs. Alfred .. %  It %  -. :P 1 Wit' V a— ... — ---.•_ '•' %  --:j. '5-9 I n : ...-; ; u C"rc Agtncy, St.e*-•, c. a ., ..... "... \* g %  tOIM Svr % %  : -'-•.! •' %  --:-:* s e s -.' c. 'W„ ^-. %  %  Natc-a Editorial Ats;:-atio". AIM SLBSCRIPTION RA'ES: 0r Y r 1 3.00 Tc Yeir B M Cantor Kusevitzky To Present Concert Feb. 27 -•5es Kus borta Wefawr To Sing At Park en I rl rmance opera, concert, radio, records and films. e opened his current seaat the San Francisco Opera a series of summer conts at the Lewisohn Stadium in vent All seats are reserved and reservations may be made at Cer.ter office, 1415 Euclid M'an: Beach, or by calling In honor of the Palestinian festival. Tv Bishevat, now being celebrated In Israel as Arbor dav. vsterhood will dedicate its auspices of Ved K • ^.Ljf P m l \ ^ Center the on -s A S5 JZ?#'S?, A ve t o the V^u-r-e. 22 Number? ^^ & DP nmj n December JfhLSi. ^ l FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1949 ned ,. ^ ^ been kept ->**ZA £ I meet,n Wl be SHEVAT 19. 5709 Beth TfUah synagogue ZZ**. er M". Arthur FRED K. SHOCHET Editcr and Pab!l(hr Telephones 2-1141—2-5212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Jan Peerce lowing the business meeting, Mrs Irving Lehrman, program chairman, will introduce the guest speaker, Richard S. Zeisler. world traveler and newspaper columnist who has recently returned from Israel. A short dramatic readinl entitled "You Too Are There will be presented by Mrs. Alfred Stone. ,,,.:, Members celebrating w* birthday during the month win honored. They include: the %  dames Leon Wolosoff, Yetta SW coff. E. Lin.ado, JKrante/J • Iver. Hyman Berman E. n Edith Kranz Pearce. SMrsYagoda, Frances Model!. Hannah Weinberger. Sarah Lippma* Hasten. Harold Rose, ^lf\ Ethel Pritcher. NSchwartz,^ Prar.sky. Gladys Morgenstern ana 1 Hisses will be th< ; ^JJ Oscar Mamber. Freda, Ne* AI Osheroff, Samuel Oto Rosengarten. N" f >\ R S„ .d Harry Rogers. Hannah R" Din Fannie Rubin. uncil of Council To Meet A meeting of the OJ neer Women <>' ^^.y %  anirsri on s to entertain for them.. pre&lden tM Women of Greater^ rf I be held W 8 p.m. at the home of r "'^ am mrs. WaUey will \ Rosemary Gerson Kapl^ J^Prtont^! Peerce concert. Fol-i Alton Road, Miami Beacn^



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lew Miami City Ordinance Prohibits Hoods, Masks, Burning Of Crosses
, Miami City Commission
Hnesdav unanimously passed a
iion" which would virtually
bhibit the Ku Klux Klan from
Lrating in this area.
pThe new ordinance pronunts
L wearing of masks or any-
Ug to conceal the identity;
lohibits the entrance on the
.remises of any other person
Chile wearing a mask; pro-
hibits the burning of fiery
Tosses: and prohibits masked
meetings of the Ku Klux Klan
any other hooded organixa-
on.
|j-he c .iv.mission's action was
lompU'd by the burning of fiery
nsses before the Miami Shores
Community Church and the home
of Negro Minister Edward Gra-
ham who had been invited to de-
liver a sermon there in com-
memoration of Brotherhood Week
and efforts of local civic groups
to ban activities of hate groups.
The ordinance carries a maxi-
mum of $500 and/or 60 days in
the city jail.
The law exempts persons wear-
ing traditional holiday masks and
costumes during a holiday period,
children under 17 masking in "the
spirit of levity" or wearing the
mask in a circus or play.
Mayor Robert Floyd suggested
an amendment which would have
exempted social events such as
masquerade parties, but this was
rejected at the suggestion of At-
torney Burnett Roth, who was
representing the Jewish War Vet-
erans at the commission meeting.
Roth contended that organizations
might be able to circumvent the
ordinance by labeling affairs as
social events and no judge would
be able to convict them under the
strict letter of the law.
Commendation for its "splendid
and forthright action" through the
adoption of the ordinance was
extended to the city commission
by the Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League of
the B'nai B'rith in a statement
released by Leonard L. Abess, ad-
visory board chairman.
"The enactment of this ordin-
ance by the city commission
marks a noteworthy advance in
the development of mutual respect
and understanding among all
groups making up our city," Abess
stated. "The Anti-Defamation
League is proud to join with all
the liberty-loving citizens and or-
ganizations throughout Miami in
praising the city commission for
its action.
"Miami extends a welcoming
hand to visitors from throughout
the country and other parts of
the globe. Bigotry and intolerance
have no place amidst the friendly
hospitality of the city," Abess
added.
The league's statement com-
mended the commission for tak-
ing "appropriate steps to insure
the peace, dignity and safety of
the citizenry of Miami."
Dr. Andrew Gottschal of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews, JWV repreentatives and
Gilbert Balkin, Florida director
of the ADL, made personal ap-
pearances to congratulate the
city commissioners upon the en-
actment of the bill drawn by Abe
Aronovitz, local attorney.
Tallahassee recently passed a
similar ordinance following a Ku
Klux Klan motorcade through the
city.
^viislhJEIliDiPiidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
pOLUME 22-NUMBER 7
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
[ppealActivities Gain Momentum
is Leaders Call For Full Quota
WlsUr To Speak
To Local Groups
[Richard S. Zeisler, world travel-
author and lecturer, will be
pneipal speaker at the $36.50
linimum brunches to be given
ext week by the Women's Unit
! the 1949 Combined Jewish ap-
eal. The affair for Beach resi-
|ents will be held at 12 noon
Wednesday at the Monte Carlo
week is a meeting of presidents
of all organizations affiliated with
Federation to be held Monday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at Federa-
tion offices. Purpose of the meet-
ing is to obtain the cooperation
of organizations in securing vol-
unteers for the Metropolitan Unit
campaign which will be launched
March 13. William D. Singer,
George Chertkof and Morris Klass
will be speakers.
A meeting of the Physicians'
lotel. Rabbi Max Shapiro will Division will be held Monday eve-
so address the gathering, which
i under the chairmanship of Mrs.
fcarl Weinkle.
The brunch for town residents
pill be held at the Westview
Country Club Thursday at noon.
Irs. Sylvia Chertkof is in charge
|f the event. Rabbi Leon Kronish
trill also speak to the women.
Zeisler. who comes from Chi-
cago, \s a graduate of Amherst
College with post-graduate work
It Harvard, His grandfather was
ounder of the first synagogue in
louth Bend, Indiana, another
Irandfather, Joseph Zeisler, was
I professor of medicine at North-
western University.
Among the other affairs slated
fy Federation for the coming
ning at 8 at the home of Dr. Stan-
ley Frehling, 321 Di Lido Drive,
Miami Beach.
On Thursday evening at 6:30
at Kaplan Hall, Temple Israel,
Stanley C Myers, chairman of
Federation's community planning
committee, will address a meeting
of all officers and board members
of the local participating agencies
at a dinner meeting. Myers will
explain the $200,000 building fund
which has been included in the
1949 campaign and how it will
affect them.
William D. Singer and Richard
S. Zeisler will speak at a meeting
of the Lawyers' Division to be
held at the Downtown Club
Thursday evening^at 6:30.
and civic group activities to in-
crease understanding and good
will among Protestants, Catholics
. and Jews has been planned in
>l;iJ. 1'Jiail t^lteS this area during the annual ob-
lnna| Y<><-il servance of Brotherhood Week
%||M .11 .^ ll starting Sunday.
More than 250,000 men, women Sponsored by the Miami Round
and children now languishing in Table of the National Conference
displaced persons camps in Eu- of Christians and Jews, the week
rope "are on the threshold of free-1 wffl be highlighted by the an-
,/ _, utm in Tempi nual Brotherhood banquet to take
' place Tuesday, George Washing-
ton's birthday, at 6:30 p.m. at the
School, Religious, Civic Groups
To Observe Brotherhood Week
A program of school, religious Miami Woman's Club.
Dr. Edgar DeWitt Jones, former
n
Major Aubrey Eban, Iraeli repre-
sentative to the United Nations,
told a gathering of local Jewish
leaders at a meeting Monday
night at the Monte Carlo Hotel.
The meeting was in connection
with the 1949 Combined Jewish
Appeal for $1,881,737 to be
launched shortly by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
In presenting Major Eban,
Abraham Goodman, chairman of
the Special Gift Unit, said that
his group has undertaken to raise
$500,000 toward the all-city goal.
$75,000 towards this goal was
pledged at the meeting.
Declaring that the past eight
months constituted "a climatic
period in the history of the Jew-
ish people," Major Eban said that
"at the graveside of six million of
our brethren we have stood
against overwhelming opposition,
we have sustained a fierce chal-
lenge on the international scene
and we have brought 130,000 im-
migrants into the country."
Nat'l Leadors
Attend Meet Here
Over 300 leaders of the Ameri-
can Jewish community were
warned Sunday that the $250,-
000,000 goal of the 1949 United
Jewish Appeal will not stand any
trimming.
Communal leaders from 75
cities who were attending confer-
ence here last weekend heard
that orderly mass immigration
into Israel is menaced by a lack
of financial support and pledged
to launch campaigns in communi-
ties across the country as soon as
possible so as to make funds
available within the coming
weeks.
president of the Federal Council
of the Churches of Christ of Amer-
ica, will be featured speaker at
the affair. Dr. Jones will also
speak at the University of Miami
Monday at 12:30 p.m., at the Mi-
ami Beach Rotary Club Tuesday.
Citations for "outstanding work
in inter-group relations" will be
awarded at the banquet to Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman, Temple Is-
rael; Robert R. Roberts, Jr., past
president of the Catholic Welfare
I Bureau; and Miss Alice MavVicar,
assistant director of instruction in
the county school system. Stanley
C. Myers will preside.
A mass meeting is scheduled foi
Saturday, February 26, at Bay-
front Park at which Dr. Everett
R. Clinchy, president of the Na-
tional Council of Christians and
Jews, will speak. Dr. Clinchy will
also appear at the Boca Raton
Club, Temple Beth Sholom, Coral
Gables Methodist Church. White
Temple and Temple Israel.
Special Brotherhood services
have been arranged in many Mi-
ami churches and synagogues and
most schools have arranged
Brotherhood Week assembly pro-
grams to stress the fostering of
good will among people of dif-
ferent faiths.
, r *h- United Nations- Sam Blank, Initial Gift chairman; Morris
At the speakers' table of a gathering of local Jewish eaders the United nations. oa F-rf.ration.
behalf of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal Monday night at KlaM execu,ive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
the Monte Carlo Hotel are (1. to r.) Abraham Goodman. Special Sher prefident 0f the Federation.
Gift Unit chairman; Major Aubrey Eban. Israeli representative to_________.-----------------------------------------------
Silver9 Newman
Resign
As The Floridian went to press-
Thursday evening word was re-
ceived that Rabbi Abba Hillel
Silver and Emanuel Newman
have resigned from the Jewish
Agency after a dispute Involving
control of the United Palestine
Appeal policy and administration.
An emergency session of Amer-
ican Jewish leaders has been
called for next week. Representa-
tives of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish community at this meeting
will be Jacob Sher, William D.
Singer and Abraham Goodman.
It was indicated that Henry
Morgenthau and Henry Montor
will again assume leadership of
UJA.
" unu cnairman; Major AuDrey cdou. woe" "y1-------_______.------------------------- --------------------
pening Ceremony of Constituent Assembly Will Long Be Remembered In Israel
anH the international Zionist Organ- and within a mile of enemy guns. But it was the personal element
ERUSALEM. (JTAiJews in vice speakers to be elected, ana ,c r.]ieinus leaders, The diplomatic representation whir-h .a ?,*, a^4; _.
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Jews in
Jerusalem and throughout Israel
"' ong remember the opening
sion this week of the Con-
stituent Assembly which marked
If* establishment of the latest
democratically elected parliament
> the world and the first in the
n'ddle East.
The actual business of the open-
n8 session included listening to a
norning opening statement read
Py President Weizmann in his
opacity as head of the Provision-
s' State Council; the election of
Joseph Spinzan, one of the lead-
ing members of the Israeli labor
Pajty, as tne speaker; a lively
ussion over the number of
an amusing airing of a split with-
in the four-member Communist
representation.
It was an unusually colorlui
gathering that jammed the Assem-
bly hall. Seated in the center, fac-
ing the President and members
of the Provisional Government,
were the elected representatives,
including the intense young and
elderly men of the Religious bloc,
and men on whose heads the
British Mandate Government had
placed heavy rewards, one Arao
wearing a red fez and another
dressed in ceremonial robes and
turban.
On one side were the govern-
ment officials, representatives of
and the press. On the other side,
a Russian diplomatic delegation,
made conspicuous by the absence
of all the other big powers, sat
among the bearded, plainly
dressed dignitaries of the various
eastern Christian churches and
Moslem sects, and the diplomatic
representatives of a number ol
minor countries.
In the quiet ceremony, belying
the tension which pervaded the
chamber, the participants and the
spectators, all the elements of an
exciting historic occasion were
evident.
The Assembly met on territory
that is both hallowed and disputed
The diplomatic representation
mirrored the ideological squeeze
in which the struggling young na-
tion is caught. To many observ-
ers, the opening of the first demo-
cratically elected parliament in
the history of the Middle East
presaged the real beginning of
the profound social and economic
influence which the new state
will inevitably exert on the other
countries in this key area.
When the 11 women legislators
took their places, they recorded
a revolutionary moment in this
part of the world, and the seating
of the four Arab representatives
marked the beginning of a hope-
ful and far-reaching experiment.
which gave the dramatic and
moving touch to the scene. In this
formal milestoneeven more than
the proclamation of statehood last
May 15older Zionists, such as
Dr. Weizmann saw their most
fervent wishes materialized. For
others like Premier David Ben
Gurion, whose devoted efforts
and inspired leadership had
brought a dream to fruition, to-
day's ceremony had special signi-
ficance. It meant the conclusion
of one phase in the long struggle
and the confident beginning of a
new chapter in the life of the
state of Israel.




PAGE TWO
vJeHistfhridiari
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i 194g
National ADL Director To Speak At
All-Day Institute Set For March 13
Benjamin R. Epstein, rational
director of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'r.ai B*rith. will visit
Miami to conduct an all-day ADL
institute to be held Sunday. March
13, in the Im] I room of the
Ron He will par-
ticipate in a panel presi I
with Dr. Maurice A G
pros: -: : : Disti ict Grand 1
No. 5. and Julius Fish :. Distri :
Gl II : ". Igl : "
Epstein wi]
rent status of anti-Semitism
through at 1 I St "
will ns fr m the
_r:uipa-
".
Epsl iter's de-
sity of Penr.-
sylv : .i at
the '-' ol Bi
fellov r.t from the Insti- .. .
R. Epstein
Ir. i he studied! Jusserand g Fellowship.
.....m of N y Be< u | Epst( .....
and vox life 1 ., _..,
- : : :" ,he Phlla"
:: in This thing He has
" :. i States. 1 als s I with the New York
am going i yi I : ..-. Charitii s
New York Fund.
Fivi years :. appoir.t-
ADL man of the all-
:. He progress E Al ert Pallot.
to 1 ? -. : the B'r.ai B'rith
-h community
to irticipate in the
. nt.
Epsl ..'---------------------------------
Jlapal Win*-Iff
Seats; 110.080
Vast llallots
AVIV, JTA)The final
the Israeli national
elections I thi listribution of
- ts :. Constil hi nt Assen -
nnounced here last
A total : 440.080 oallots
si in elections, held
25
The 12 ts in the Assembly
will be divided among 12 parties
ng basis: Mapai.
46: : Religious Bloc.
16: ;; itl Irgun-sponsored) 14:
Genera] Zionists, ": Progressive.-.
5: Commui ists, 4: Sephardim. 4;
ratic Bloc, 2: WIZO.
1; F (Su-rnist-sponsored)
1: and Yemenites. 1. Twenty-one
rent parties entered slates in
Lections.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry has
idy received the name of the
proposed Bntisn representative in
Israel, it was learned. Although
: is name was not disclosed, it is
kr.own that he is an important
career diplomat who has not been
connected with either Palestine
or the Middle East in the past.
No decision has yet been reach-
ed on who shall represent the
Jewish state in London, although
several names are under discus-
sion. It has also been learned that
consuls are being appointed for
the British Dominions of Canada,
I Australia and South Africa.
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Sholeni Lodge
Announces Slate
Sam Silver, chairman of the
nominating committee o( S
Lodge. B'nai B'rith has subi
the nominations I
(49-50. John
Kronenfeld is slat< I to succeed
Marx Fal er as president.
Sidnev Aronovitz and 3>
Weinklehavi
presidents. Others nominal I are
Frank Jaffee, recordii etarj
Irvii Saal, finan< tal s
David Stuzin. I '':x
Fal r, a nitor; Edward Newi
Wein-
.:. rvin Rauzin,
Perry Botwin, Ted
s. k .-.:. H rbert Blume, Hillel
Advi ry Council: Alex Cohen.
Sam Silver, trusti
Elections will taki pi '
March meeting, Marx Fa i r, pres-
ident, ai ."
I iiiina l.a/arus
Oroup To Sponsor
l.miH's Parly
A ganu.; party is planned by
En t< : Busi-
s and Pi : r '' men of
B'r.ai B'rith for : y at 8:15
Hotel. 1741
Collins Ave., Ethel P i t. pi
der.t. has announced.
Proceeds of the affair will be
allocated for the group's com-
munity service programs. Acting
as co-chairmen of the affair will
be Edythe Fleischer, Sally Lerner
and Tina E:.-her.
Gifts will be presented to lead-
ing tables raising top amounts
during the evening.
Tickets at SI.50 per person may
be secured from members : at
the door.
Graduates From U. Of M.
Charles Herbert Breiholtz, son
of Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Bretholtz,
160 S.W. 17th Ct..
was among 300
graduates to re-
ceive degrees at
the mid winter
comrr.encem c r. t
exercises of the
(University of Mi-
ami on February
1949.
Brethholtz re-
Bretholta coived a Bachelor
of Business Administration degree
in accounting.
Tri Beta Council
Installs Officers
Barbara Wesson was recently
installed president of the Tri Beta
Council of YM and YWHA at the
of Florice Kotkin, 1344 S.W.
17th Terr. Renee Jacobson served
as installing officer.
Other officers are Edythe Sclig-
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Dotty Singer, treasurer; Estclle
Grenberg, auditor; Lenny Dart-
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Committee chairmen appointed
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fJenisti FhridMan
PAGE THREE
/'// Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
ibba Hillel Silver: Benefactor Or Dictator
[His
Tbp word ostracize has a curious
icinrv In Greek ostrakon means
! eea'shell. In the old Democracy
/ Athens, the nimble minded
Lcmporanes of Socrates and
Xto came to this conclusion:
,hcn a public man becomes too
Sat and powerful, it is high
Ce to give him the shellthat
' to vote his exile on a shell and
,U n into the ballot box. Some
if the greatest statesmen or
ioldiers of Greece were thus os-
iracized.
is Great Services
Many people wonder whether
1th.. tune has come to give the
Eminent Abba Hillel Silver the
kill Unquestionably, the learned
feabbi lias rendered the Jewish
cause .-<-me tremendous services.
His Hassidim maintain with' fan-
atical zeal that the State Israel
j,as come into existence solely be-
came of the great fight he con-
ducted No one questions Dr. Sil-
ver's superb abilities. No one will
ever forget his magnificant plea
for the Palestine Resolution at
the American Jewish Conference
held in 1943 at the Waldorf As-
toria. There, he reached a new
high in eloquence. His leadership
of the American Zionist Emerg-
ency Committee was militant and
brilliant. His presentation of the
Jewish ease at Lake Success was
masterful and statesmanlike.
Rabbi Silver was probably the
best equipped leader in world
Jewry to lead the fight that cre-
ated Medinas Israel. His place in
history is quite safe.
Yet many people feel that hay-
ing reached the pinnacle of his
career, Dr. Silver should retire
on his laurels. Like Eisenhauer,
the conquering general ought to
resign after gaining the brilliant
victory. George C. Marshall, prob-
ably the ablest Chief of Staff the
American Army has ever pro-
duced, made but an indifferent
Secretary of State. So the very
qualities that served Dr. Silver
to batter through the ramifica-
tions set up by the vacillating
officials in Washington, or the
cagey politicos at Lake Success,
are detrimental in Jewish affairs
today.
The trouble is that power and
success corrode the spirit and
ultimately spoil even a great man.
Very few can maintain intel-
lectual humility or spiritual puri-
ty when standing on the lotfy
mountain crest. Even the friends
of Dr. Silver admit that, together
with his superlative talents, he
has the inflated ego of a Cardinal
Wolsey. In a democratic society
it becomes increasingly difficult
to work with an arrogant dictator.
Dissensions
American Jewry is disturbed
and distressed by the bickerings
'.hat are going on in the Z.O.A.,
the U.J.A., and the U.P.A. It
matters little to the plain person
whether Henry Montor is director
of the U.J.A. or is holding down
a lush iob in the Palestine Eco-
nomic Corporation. But the ordi-
nary non-professional or non-of-
ficial Jew does thrill with pride
and confidence to see the Secre-
tary of the Treasury under F.D.R.
head the $250,000,000 U.J.A. cam-
paign. And so, if Mr. Morgenthau
wishes to have Mr. Montor as his
director, why not let him have
his wish. But then Dr. Silver says
no! And as a consequence, Amer-
ican Jewry is on the verge of di-
viding into two camps within a
stone's throw, and throwing stones
at each other.
At the last Z.O.A. convention,
the delegates heard charges hurled
against the Silver-Newman ad-
ministration. The Committee of
Progressive Zionists accused the
official leadership with having
transformed the Zionist organ-
ization into a Tammany machine.
Drs. Silver and Newman, they
said, were stifling the democracy,
initiative, or freedom of expres-
sion in Zionist ranks. These lead-
ers want only ward heelers to
carry out their benests. The deleg-
ates listened with indifference.
Dr. Silver looked on with aloof
disdain. But the revolt has grown
to alarming proportions. The re-
bellion may ripen into a success-
ful revolution.
The Widening Rift
For the first time in its history,
the Jewish Agency is now meet-
ing the U.S. Why? Isn't there at
last a Medinas Israel? Jerusalem
is certainly more fitting for a
plenary session than New York.
But dissension in American Zion-
ism has become so acute that both
President Weizman and Premier
Ben Gurion have urged this most
important body to meet in the
place where the snarl has arisen.
And the issue is not simply
whether or not Henry Morgen-
thau should continue his chair-
manship of the U.J.A.
No, the issues seem to be more
complex and far reaching. There
are insinuations to the effect that
the present leaders of the Z.O.A.
are in oposition to the former
Treasurer of the U.S. because
they want a free hand in their
control of the United Palestine
Appeal. The same sources in-
timate that the vast sums col-
lected by the U.J.A.if handled
as a Marshall plancan secure
remote control over the destinies
of the Jewish Republic. Fears are
felt about Dr. Silver's political
affiliations. Capital is being made
out of the political ideology of
Rabbi Silver, who is said to have
been a staunch Republican at the
crucial period when Mr. Roose-
velt was the sole hope of world
Liberalism. His opponents further
charge that Dr. Silver heads a
powerful reactionary group, who
are bent on smashing the Social-
istic trends in the B.-n Gurion
government.
Considering that Ben Gurion's
victory on January 25th brought
a flock of recognitions to Israel,
American Jews should pause be-
fore attempting to advise or in-
terfere. Our own State Depart-
ment was pleased with the re-
turns. For even the career boys
know that Mapai is bitter towards
Communism. Its Socialism seems
in line with the Roosevelt New
Deal and the British Labor Party
program. It is therefore pre-
sumptuous for any individual, his
contribution notwithstanding, to
dictate to people who show such
wisdom in handling their own
affairs. After all, the Greeks were
wise. When they sensed danger,
they had recourse to the shell.
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Planning community service projects are the newly elected
officers of Isaac Levin Lodge. B'nai B'rith: (sealed 1. lo r.) Donald
Eanett, president: Martin Fosen. secretary; (rear) Burton Young,
vice oresident; Dr. Maurice Serotta. trustee; Albert J. Beer, treasur-
er. Not pictured are: Morton Perry, second vice president: Richard
Gerstein, chaplain; Robert Newman, guardian: and Harold Lieber,
warden. The group meets every second Thursday at the Miami T.
Gamos Social Set
ffor Isaac Levin
II uai B'rith
A games evening and social will
be held by the Isaac Levin Lodge
B'nai B'rith after their next meet-
ing Thursday at 8:15 p.m. at Tem-
ple Israel, Donald Eanett, presi-
dent, has announced.
The lodge announces the organ-
ization of a bowling squad now
open for contests with other
groups in greater Miami. Most
recent community service pro-
gram undertaken by the lodge is
collection of magazines for the
use of one of the wards in Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.
All young men interested in
joining B'nai B'rith are requested
to contact Donald Eanett
9-1473.
Georgia Resolution
To Bar Foreign-Born
From Elective Office
ATLANTA (WNS)A resolu-
tion barring foreign-born persons
from holding elective offices in
Georgia was introduced last week
in the State Senate here by Sena-
tors Edgar D. Clary, Jr., and
Crawford Pilcher.
The legislators proposed that
the State Constitution be amend-
ed to read that only native Amer-
icans are eligible to run for elec-
tive offices. Senator Clary cau-
tioned the legislature that "there
will be greater and greater num-
bers of foreign-born people com-
ing into the state" as Georgia
"becomes more industrialized."
Raising the hue and cry that
"foreign countries are financing
political campaigns by foreign-
born citizens seeking election to
American offices," he boasted
"this is not happening in Georgia
now but we don't want it ever
to happen."
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for the benefit of the Heart Fund
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night.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
EDITORIAL
What was the mood in Israel and in Jerusalem
when the new chapter in Jewish history was be-
gun with the opening ot Israel's first Parliament
on the tiiteenth day ot the month ot Shevat, tradi-
tional Jewish Aibor Day? We can look tor the
answer to Dr. Weizmann's address, particularly
that portion in which he gave thanks and prayer
to the God of Israel for having granted him the
privilege of 'witnessing the redemption of our
people after centuries of affliction and suffering."
We might find it in other consecrated and divine-
ly-inspired' phrases of one of the greatest archi-
tects of the Jewish state. Surely the veteran Zion-
ist leader who was spared by Providence from the
fate of Moses spoke our minds and echoed our
feelings and sentiments when he so eloquently
and deeply spoke of the Jewish past and of the
Jewish future. His inspiiing message, however,
would not have bee:-, possible if he did not drink
inspiration and intuition from that eternal fount
which is the people.
As the historic hour for the opening of Knesseth
Israel d:ew near there was a spirit of festivity in
Jerusalem. TV:is of thousands c: people who knew
every nook and cciv.e: of the Jewish Agncy build-
ing, where Parliament met, visited the building in
awe and admiration, as ii coming in physical
contact with the buildinq brought them close to
spiritual contact with the historic event that was
to tak( place later. The atmosphere in the Holy
City was one of jubilation k at also of reverence.
:.io.: tv.en and head-covered women murmured
sin< s :.: the met: entrusted with guiding Is-
rael 5 destiny, and prayers for the dea iose
eyes were closed forever. From the lips of men,
women and children, prayers went up to the
Almighty foi having granted them the privilege
c: witnessing one a: the greatest events in Jewish
.:-. Young children who could not intellectual-
ly grasp what was happening sensed they were
in the midst ol an awe-inspiring event. The
: was the joy no: only of
people who had seen the achievement of a miracle
but of a who carried the conviction in the
depth oi the.: hearts that their accomplishment
will grow and blossom into that object ich
only the dreamers and prophets once believed
possible. There was a spirit of peace and rever-
ence ovei the Holy City and of joy and gladness
oi securitj and hope. It was'a people with

Brotherhood Not Hoods!

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Urou iittj MJp
First Tallahassee and now Miami '
munities all over the country In servin"1
on the Klan and other subversive groups tL k
way of doing business will not be tolerated
This action deserves the plaudits of every
The sooner action is taken publicly and tiW
orderly and legal channels, that much soone?*!
we be on the way to complete eradication^
brow-beating intimidation practiced by the B
and its ilk. ai
The organizations that have worked diliaentt,
through the yetars to prepare the public and i
ofiicials to take steps likewise deserve comment?
tion. But their job is not completed. Too man
laws and ordinances are passed and end m
there. To be effective the intent of the measjl
must be carried out to the fullest.
How the South is growing up!
>
i rise I ads not raised in
va in boasting ever victory and
achieve::.-; but raised in prayer to Him
above ::: whose trust Israel throughout the ages
has placed its fate and destiny and future. Adding
to the restiv.ty ai.h significance of the event was
the fad '' ing of Parliament coincided
with Chamisha Asa: B Shevat, New Year for the
Trees, a day which tells the story of the coming
of Spring, cf freshness, of growth and of fruit-
fulness.
It was against this background of jubilation,
prayers and sanctified mood that the first Parlia-
ment elected in Israel held its first session. To us
here, who were denied the privilege of witnessing
such an historic event with their own eyes, the
moment holds a sublime and exhilarating lesson.
Ii it serves as a well from which we can draw that
inspiration which has kept us from disintegration
ilrothvrhootl XS'vvk
Today, in a troubled world, the people search
desperately for a new spirit of brotherhood cad
hopeleadership in all walks of life in which
they can have trust and confidence because of itj
integrity, justice and understanding.
We in the United States are one of the few
nations in a position to give not only material
leadership but moral and spiritual leadership ai
wella leadership that will strike at the very
roots of conflict, disunity, and misunderstands
which bar the paths to brotherhood.
The principles of brotherhood which animate
the annual observance of Brotherhood Week con-
stitute the very essence of our way of life. They
provide the basis for the spread of lasting peace,
freedom, and respect for human dignity at home
and throughout the world. Brotherhood Week
gives us an opportunity as a people to rededicate
ourselves to this high purpose.
through the ages of wandering and pain and
agony and suffering we will be sufficiently com-
pensated even though we were not among the I
privileged who beheld the miracle with their
own eyes.
Bea?h Zionists I o
Hear Berkowitz
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B'nai B nth Girls
To Sponsor Program
On Brotherhood
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Noted Met Tenor
To Give Concert
At Beach Center
:- '"- institute for the Mi A E: ''' ek program
: : : '- -': Zionist District intly I y :' ,:- B- ai
. ."'. f the local BYith girls unit will be held at
Itz, :-. prominent attOT- nist \
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the board of
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Subjecl I : evening's dis-
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~: life .-
Jan Pcercc, one of America's
most tenors who is currently
:n his eighth season with the
Metropolitan Opera, will appear
Sunday. February 27, at 8:15
at the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
ity Center under the auspices
I t C( nter Sisterhood.
rce, Arture Toscanim's
rite tenor" and the first sing-
r to hit the Metropolitan via
radio, is recognized as a master
the Italian style, despite the
his training is exclusive-
ly American. His recordings and
- have brought him interna-
fame and since the end of
I -..: he has received numerous
:.itions to appear in the princ-
ipal cities of Europe. He plans a
tal tour next summev
The tenor first won serious
gnition after an audition by
nini who engaged him as a
St in the Chorale of Beet-
> Ninth Symphonv. Since
r;, Sol Hurok took
rce under his wing ten years
ago, he has become a favorite in
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Cantor Kusevitzky To
Present Concert Feb. 27
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To Sing At Park
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I rl rmance
opera, concert, radio, records and
films.
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at the San Francisco Opera
a series of summer con-

ts at the Lewisohn Stadium in
vent All seats are reserved
and reservations may be made at
Cer.ter office, 1415 Euclid
M'an: Beach, or by calling
In honor of the Palestinian fes-
tival. Tv Bishevat, now being
celebrated In Israel as Arbor dav.
vsterhood will dedicate its
auspices of Ved K ^.Ljf Pm l\ ^ Center
the on -s -A- S5 JZ?#'S?,Ave-to the
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1949 ned ,. ^ ^ been kept ->**ZA Imeet,n Wl be
SHEVAT 19. 5709 Beth TfUah synagogue ZZ**. 'er M". Arthur
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editcr and Pab!l(hr
Telephones 2-11412-5212
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Jan Peerce
lowing the business meeting, Mrs
Irving Lehrman, program chair-
man, will introduce the guest
speaker, Richard S. Zeisler. world
traveler and newspaper columnist
who has recently returned from
Israel. A short dramatic readinl
entitled "You Too Are There
will be presented by Mrs. Alfred
Stone. ,,,.:,
Members celebrating w*
birthday during the month win
honored. They include: the
dames Leon Wolosoff, Yetta SW
coff. E. Lin.ado, J- Krante/J
Iver. Hyman Berman E. n .
Edith Kranz Pearce. S- Mrs-
Yagoda, Frances Model!. Hannah
Weinberger. Sarah Lippma*
Hasten. Harold Rose, ^lf\
Ethel Pritcher. N- Schwartz,^
Prar.sky. Gladys Morgenstern ana
1 Hisses will be th<; ^JJ
Oscar Mamber. Freda, Ne*
AI Osheroff, Samuel Oto
Rosengarten. N"f>\ RS .d
Harry Rogers. Hannah R"Din
Fannie Rubin.
uncil of
Council To Meet
A meeting of the OJ
neer Women <>' ^^.y
anirsrions to entertain for them.. pre&ldent- M
- Women of Greater^ rf
I be held W
8 p.m. at the home of r"'^
am
mrs. WaUey will \ Rosemary Gerson Kapl^
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LAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1949
+Jewish Fk ridden n
PAGE FIVE
Eontor To Sing
tt Beth Jacob
ICartor Bela Hcrskovits who re-
fved the title "The Singer of
L Ghetto" for his years of serv-
t to hi* countrymen in the Nazi
fettos. will be the guest cantor
t the B
Lay night and Saturday.
I Born in Budapest to a family
nowned Rabbis, Bela Hers- volunteered to appear in the pre-
!:.. studied Hebrew culture ^-ntation are B'nai B'rith leaders, gress all afternoon and evening.
Dr?fllmudic lore from his father ft"* WeinWe and S.dney The Masada and Junior Hadas-
Aronovitz, who bill themselves as sah will also participate in the
the Twins of Miami affair. Proceeds are marked for
several Hadassah projects.
Local Leaders To
Appear In Show
A number of prominent com-
munity leaders will participate in
the Miami YM-YWHA variety
show slated for April, according
to an announcement by Abe
Aronovitz, show chairman.
First to register for the show
was Stanley C. Myers. Myers will
do a take-off on "Sloppy Joe
from Havana." Others who have
Hadassah Will
Sponsor Bazaar
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Women's Division of
Hadassah will sponsor a bazaar
and carnival to be held at the
Beach Y Sunday from 2 to 10
p.m.
At least ten booths will be op-
erating with displays of mer-
chandise, novelties and Pales-
tinian articles. In addition, games
for young and old will be in pro-
Lj brother, Dr. Fabian Hersko-
|jts, who is chief Rabbi of Buda-
He served as professor of Jew-
Jturgical music at the Gold-
nark Karoly College and as pro-
bssor at the Jubal Institute of
Oriental Music, where he earned
he reputation of being able to
Ing in 17 oriental languages. He
fas the only cantor elected to
Membership in the musical arts
lation of Hungary and the
kounfiest ever to hold the posi-
fion as chief cantor at the world's
biggest temple in Budapest. Hers-
[ovits served as the director of
he association's foreign division.
Since his arrival in this coun-
ry a year and a half ago, he has
nade a number of records, has
ippeamd frequently on the radio
Lnd television and has made a
number of concert appearances at
Carnegie Hall and in other major
bities.
Canter Hcrskovits, in addition
chanting the religious services,
v-ill present a concert at the Beth
^acob Synagogue Sunday at 8:30
p.m.

PAUL
LARRY
and Charleston." Mrs. Jack Stone
has also volunteered her services
for the show.
According to Aronovitz, this
will be one of the outstanding
shows of its type to be presented
in the community.
Anyone interested in appearing
in the show is requested to call
the Miami Y at 3-5489.
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SPONSORED BY MIAMI BEACH JUNIOR HADASSAH
|Body Of Beach Sergeant
Returned From England
S/Sgt. Arthur Silverman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Silverman,
Ml2 Royal Palm Ave, Miami
3cach. is one of five Florida war
dead recently returned to this
bountiv from military cemeteries
fn England, the Army department
feported this week.
Aboard the B-24 Liberator
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{it went down in April, 1944, over
Europe, Sgt. Silverman was
fcwarded the air medal with oak
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joined the Air Force October 15,
and had completed 13 mis-
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Workmen's Circle
To Hold Concert
Workmen's Circle, Branch 692.
and its Women's Club will launch
Jewish Music Month with a con-
cert devoted to Yiddish and He-
brew folk songs and recitations,
which will take place Sunday eve-
ning at.8:30 at the New Lyceum,
25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Brocha Skulnick, nationally
known soprano who has just com-
pleted a successful tour of the
South, will offer a selection of
Yiddish, Ghetto and Israeli songs.
Also on the program will be
Rose Shoshano, famous European
actress and novelist who will re-
cite poetry of Bialik and Segal-
owitch. Claire Warshaw, 'cellist
with the University of Miami
Symphony will play Bruck's Kol
Nidre and other selections. Anyuta
Melicov will be at the piano.
Tickets are $1.20 and may be
purchased at the door.
Sholem Luncheon Group
To Hear Father Gibson
In observance of Brotherhood
Week, Father Theodore Gibson of
the Christ Episcopal Church of
Coconut Grove will be the guest
speaker at Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith weekly luncheon meeting
today at 12:15 p.m. in the Down-
towers Restaurant, Seybold Bldg.
Mrs. Friedman Will
Present Safer Torah
I To Beach Jewish Center
Mrs- Lena Friedman will pre-
Ison! a Safer Torah to the Miami
Beach Jewish Center tomorrow
Imorning at the Sabbath services.
|Mrs. Friedman will be hostess at
IShalos Seudos tomorrow after-
Inoon. The donor invites all her
[friends to be present at both af-
I fairy.
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SALISBURY MILLS. N. Y.
For Boys and Girls Ages 4-16
Ideal Altitude for Florida
Children
Everything in Camping on Our
Private Grounds
Individual Attention
For Information Call 5-6631
Ask for Room 216
Mrs. Halsband, Co-Director
In Miami through Feb. 24th
VOTE
FEB. 18, 1949
GRANT STOCKDALE
For
STATE LEGISLATURE
As
A REPRESENTATIVE OF ALL THE
PEOPLE OF DADE COUNTY
CAPABLE
DEPENDABLE
AGGRESSIVE
(Paid Pol. Adv.)
Are neckties
really more
important?
[<5M
Consider how unthinkable it would be to say-
to a friend, "Bill, I want you to go out and buy me
a house. I haven't the time to do it myseli." You
wouldn't dream of making so deeply personal a
purchase in an offhand, any-old-thing-will-do
fashion.
Yet, think of it! Scarcely a week goes by but
some "friend of the family" comes to us to arrange
hurriedly for burial space that another had "not
had the time" to provide. Isn't it grotesque, almost,
that many a man who would never allow another
to select his neckties will yet thoughtlessly leave
the choice of his own family plot to another?
Would you?
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY OFFERS YOU
1. WISE COUNSELING in selecting the plot to
meet your need.
2. BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPING that lends beauty
to the final tribute to the departed loved one.
3. PERPETUAL CARE for your burial estate is
provided at no extra cost to you.
4. Special Mount Nebo "Pre-need" Plan to make
such a purchase easy for you.
For full particulars, write or phone:
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue
Olympia Building Office Phone 3-3720

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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY


Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
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Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
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Rabbi Irving Lohrmw CWMOi
Jacob Y. Goidriag.
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Canto: Berele Kelemer.
Temple Israel (Reform). 137
v r ifth St. Habbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Hibr: Emeritus.
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Miami Beach.
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Campus. University :'. Miami.
Oversea! PeMieh
Matzo Paekagea
\o\v Available
more
families
oliday
Mai ischewitz
fim matzo
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Coral Gables Jewish Cer.ter
(Liberal).
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dox). 590 S.W.
Murray Grauer,
Friedman.
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Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
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Head Boards
Cornices
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Reasonably Priced
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704 N. E. lit AVENUE I
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Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish: Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
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Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
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Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065
Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday < services at 8:15

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Betty Halam A .
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Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
Sabbath servli Pi i
Ransoi .
Thi Ri .
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Ten Mi tl Cl
f the H terlal As-
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Brotherhood
poslum on Chi
will follow Partli ipating v. .
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are
Passover
;-;..: | e ar.d Israel
;.: :\ itz Matzos
lucts \,lusivcly.
[t I packed and sealed
I | ing carton
I ar.d mailed
posl fice. N wrapping
I: tl ere is no
othi ial charge.
... thi package at
. I i regular retail
prici Manisi hewitz Passover
, plu tew pennies for
ntainer. Then ad-
and bring it yourself to
:. rest post office.
Already, thousands of people
ntage of this con-
venient nd mical new way
to pi thi nes over-
th Manischewitz Matzos
. freshly baked for
mei I a road. It is suggested
that you buy and ir.ail your Man-
i ewitz Overseas Passover Mat-
.- i i a< kages now. to assure de-
:. time for the holiday.
PLANTS & SHRUBS
For Sale
Reasonable
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Tel. 3-7115
I WANT MY MILK
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Resident Physician and Nurse
Directors:
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Miami Beach
Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1949
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Mrs. Boeninger
Named To Post
Mrs. Sidney Boeninger has been
appointed B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapters representative on the
hospital advisory committee of the
Pratt Veterans' Hospital in Coral
Gables.
Announcement of Mrs. Boen-
ingf.r's appointment was received
by B'nai B'rith Council here from
the office of Mrs. Nathan H. Levy,
District Grand Lodge No. 5 Wom-
en's Organization president.
Mrs. Boeninger will serve on
the hospital committee to coordi-
nate veterans services extended
through the ten B'nai B'rith wom-
en's units in the greater Miami
area. Mrs. Sidney Covner has
been named as Mrs. Boeninger's
alternate.
The B'nai B'rith women's chap-
ters maintain a year-round vet-
erans service program at Pratt
Hospital consisting of birthday
parties, entertainment nights,
guest and gift nights and many
other aids to veterans.
Mrs. Boeninger has been active
in the organization of the Cerebral
Palsy Unit in this area and has
served widely with other civic
and service groups.
Gerstein Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Harry S.
Gerstein, husband of Mrs. Ethel
Gerstein, father of Richard Earle
and Marian Lydia, brother of
Mrs. Vivian Pace and Morris J.
Gerstein, will take place Sunday
at 1:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Mr. Gerstein was well known
for his participation in communal
projects. He was an active worker
for the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith and a member of
the board of the Miami YMHA.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.
Dock Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Rose Dock will take place Sunday
at 2:30 p.m. at the City Ceme-
tery, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 19th St.
Mrs. Dock was the mother of Mrs.
Lillian Buan, Mrs. Sarah Spector,
I. M., Samuel and William Dock.
She was a pioneer resident of this
area, having resided here since
1914. Relatives and friends are
requested to attend.
Beach Auxiliary,
Home For Aged
To .Sponsor Tea
The annual membership tea of
the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
take place Tuesday afternoon at
1 o'clock, at the Monte Carlo
Hotel, Collins Ave. and 65th St.,
Miami Beach, Mrs. Benjamin Ap-
pel* acting president, has an-
nounced.
Judge Harold B. Spaet, presi-
dent of the home, will extend
greetings to the assembly and a
musical program featuring Mar-
tha Redding, pianist and vocalist,
will be presented.
Mrs. Harry Danziger and a large
committee are assisting Mrs. Ap-
pel with arrangements.
Admission is by one or more
new members. A small fee will be
charged to all members unable to
bring a new member.
Feldman Named
Flagler-Granada
Center Prexy
Herman Feldman has been
elected president of the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter, replacing Samuel Weber who
resigned recently. The newly or-
ganized group has announced the
purchase of an acre of ground,
situated at 51st Ave. and N.W. 1st
St., on which a community center
building will be erected.
Rabbi Morris Skop of Orlando
addressed a meeting of the organ-
ization last night.
Persons interested in joining the
Flagler-Granada Center are in-
vited to attend the meetings
which are held on the first and
third Thursdays of each month
at the Coral Gables Women's Club
at 8 o'clock; also the bowling
matches which take place every
Tuesday night at 9:30 at the
Palladium.
West Miami Group To
Hold Social Wednesday
The West Miami Jewish Center
will hold a social Wednesday
night at 8 o'clock at 1000 S.W.
67th Ave. (rear of Silo's Sundry
Store) in commemoration of
Brotherhood Week. Louis Golden
is chairman of the event.
The Center religious committee
is planning a Purim dance to be
held Saturday, March 19. Morton
Beigel is supervising the affair.
An official vote on the future
religious policy of the group re-
sulted in a 39 to 2 tally for con-
tinuation with the conservative
policy.
Bialik Branch To Meet
Bialik Branch No. 290 of the
Jewish National Workers' Alli-
ance will sponsor a malave malke
every Saturday night at 8 p.m. at
the Hotel Harrison, Washington
Ave. and 4th St., Miami Beach.
Members, as well as visiting
Chaverim and Chaveroth of the
Zionist movement, are welcome
to participate in round table dis-
cussions, Jacob P. Tarr announces.
Reading and discussion will be
based upon historic and current
events.
Refreshments will be served.
Miami Realtor Reports
On Rio Vacation
J. E. Marqua, of the Miami Real
Estate Mart, 7117 Biscayne Blvd.,
is back in Miami following a vaca-
tion spent in Rio de Janeiro where
he visited his son. Captain
Charles E. Marqua. According to
the realtor, the American dollar
"that has only about 60 per cent
of its former purchasing power
here at home, can be exchanged
in Brazil for the equivalent of
$1.25." Mr. Marqua states that for
this amount one can purchase a
five-pound steak an inch and a
half thick.
New Settlements
To Be Formed In
Galilee And Negev
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)Four
new settlements for immigrants
from Argentina will soon be es-
tablished in the Negev and in the
Galilee, Arieh Chill, Jewish
Agency representative in Latin
America, reported here this week
He recently returned from Israel
where he accompanied a group of
Jewish industrialists from this
country who surveyed economic
conditions in the new state.

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tOber! 3677 S.W. 23rd St., have as
mothers Mn Pauline Gilbert and Mrs.
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which is the H^cr^v.- wganizai
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Scheir-berg 4i." S.W 9th Ave. has just re-
ire Montgomery Ala., where she visited her son-in-law
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Cline, and grandchildren.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Klein, 2437 S.W. 13th St., announce
-;'/ '-' '-' daughter Barbara Anita, born January 28 in Vic-
toria Hospital. The mother is the former Margaret Bronstein,
aaug.-.ter c: Mis. Elsie Kramer. The paternal grandmother is
Mrs. Rosie Klein.
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- Mrs. Seymour Kaplan, 3004 Douglas Road, Coral
Gables ann the birth of a son, Peter Louas, born January
24. rhe mother is the former Mcrvelle Adler, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. George Adler, 1096 Venetian Way, Miami Beach.
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^ ^ After a trip to San Francisco, Los Angeles and New Orleans,
y: ''- -'::; Emanuel Larick, New York, will be auests at the
Atlantic --''~s Hotel. Miami Beach, for the next three weeks.
Mrs Lanck is the former Eva Plant of this city.
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Burlington Vt. couples enjoying a group vacation at the
Shelborne are Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Alpert with Mr. and Mrs.
taward B. Reiter. Both have numerous friends and relatives
i, by whom they are being entertained. In the Alperts' family
8 in Mtami are Mr. Aipert's uncle, Jay Alpert, Mrs. Alpert's
uncle ana cunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wise, and Mr. and Mrs
Ben amin Femperg and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goldman. Enter-
yr:t/Z R%"s n?v|.,been *** ^^s uncle. Sam Blank,
, -;/%s; "^ I- SJverman and Dr. and Mrs. Leo Gross-
'^:Z:'ZS:: "t ^department store owner in Burlington. Mr.
Reiter, formerly of Albany. N. Y is an attorney there
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stahl. 5161 S.W. 4th St., have as their
TODAY i/iru TUESDAY
IN PERSON ON THE STAGE
AARON LEBEDEFF
and MALVINA RAPPEL
ON THE SCREEN
ESTHER FIELD
IRVING JACOBSON
YETTA ZWERLING
"ELI ELI"
South Miami Beach
FEATURING
ALL YIDDISH
STAGE & SCREEN
SHOWS
PLAZA
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COMING WED., FEB. 23
Cantor Samuel Malavsky
and hi. Family Choir Big N. Y. Company mcludina
the MARIAN SISTERS-A11 In Person
ONSCREEN the Warsaw ^HE Vow
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fieldi will present a Safer Torah to lh
Miami Beach Jewish Center at Sabbath serrices tomorrow morn-
ing. The Fields are pioneer residents of this area and have been
active in communal and religious affairs. The donors have invited
their friends to be present at the acceptance ceremonies durinq
which Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address the guests. Mrs. Fields
has issued a special invitation to members of Beth David Sisterhood
in which she was an ardent worker. They will be hosts ?t a kid-
dush following the services where a number of prominent Mi-
amians will participate.
Sonya Danbaum
Weds Samuel Rabin
The marriage of Sonya Joan
i Danbaum. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Ben F. Danbaum, 200 West
R:vo A'.to Dr., Miami Beach, to
Samuel Joseph Rabin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Rabin of Dayton,
Ohio, was solemnized Sunday in
the garden of the bride's parents.
The service was performed by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
The bridal gown was fashioned
of white silk organza over taf-
feta cut on sixteenth century
lines. The fitted bodice featured
an off-the-should double scalloped
bertha. The scalloping was re-
peated in the skirt which ended
in a slight train. A circular fir.ger-
tip-length veil of imported illu-
sion fell from a scalloped coronet
which.was worn well on the bock
of the head.
Mrs. Sylvia Kessler, New Ro-
chelle, N. Y., served as matron
of honor and Lillian Grosi of Mi-
ami Beach was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Barbara Light-
foot. Maspeth. N. Y., Barbara
Wachtel. New York, and Gloria
Cohen, Miami Beach. Linda Adel-
man and Gayle Susan Browne
were flower girls.
Mrs. Danbaum chose a royal
blue silk marquisette gown "for
the occasion; Mrs. Rabin blue grey
crepe.
Best man was Chester Kessler
and seating the guests were
Ronald Agar and Fred Goldberg
of Miami Beach, Jack Wachtel,
New York, and Edmund O'Con-
nor, Jr.. Chicago.
A reception followed the cere-
mony and later a formal dinner
party was given for family and
guests at the Versailles Hotel.
The bride is a graduate of
Kemper Hall in Kenosha, Wis.,
and now attends the University
of Miami. Mr. Rabin is also a
student at the University of Mi-
ami, where he is a member of
Mrs. Samuel Rabin
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.
After a tour of the state, the
couple will reside in Miami Beach.
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)AY/ FEBRUARY 18, 1949
+JewlsliFhrldliari
PAGE NINE
Personally Speaking

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Lucille Yuran
Lucille Yuran
tetrothal Told
iSaul B. Yuran of the Wilshire
Ld Coral Reef Hotels and Mrs.
Jorence Yuran of New York City
ave announced the betrothal of
feir daughter, Lucille, to Irving
Brenner.
[The bride-elect was graduated
om Minim High school and is
dw attending the University of
liami. Her fiance attended
fchools in New York and Wash-
fgton. D. C
[june 5 has been set for the
Redding.
Carolyn Saffer Sets
Mar. 27 For Wedding
Mr. aid Mrs. Harry Saffer, 1425
|.W. 18th St., announce the en-
agement and approaching mar-
age of their daughter, Carolyn,
) Charles Nathan Bracker, son of
Irs. Violet Blacker and the late
lurray Bracker of New York and
ivannah, Ga.
Sunday, March 27, has been set
the wedding date.
ni;J?wer !fS friends a^ relatives attended the bris of Robert
Elliott Horovitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Horovitz, 1930 S.W 5th
2"Mr anH M7ro p"10011'ft^ 6- The mother is the daghter
8L2S\iir!: gen6 l ?chwartz < McKeesport and among
thP,on M616 ?S H^8 hom McKeesport. The father
Lrf P ? ^u and Ma- AdolPh Horovitz < Mia Beach.
Sf i, Z Vh great arondfather. Herbert Halieh and Rita
Schwartz are the godparents. Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer performed
the ceremony. r
* *
Cleveland Ohio, couples spending winter vacations at the
Sovereign include Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ratner, Mr. and Mrs.
William Lipman. Mr. and Mrs. George Janowitz and Dr. and
Mrs. Moms Schuster and the Schusters* small daughter, Ruth
Ann. Mrs. Ratner's sister is a Miami Beach resident, Mrs. Matilda
H. Ratner, active civic leader. Freguent cabana guests of the
Lipmans at the Sovereign are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bauer of
Miami and Cleveland.
* *
Mrs. Sylvia Raab of Brooklyn, N. Y., is visiting her son,
Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of Temple Isaiah. She will
remain here several weeks.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Uia Schwetz, Brooklyn, N. Y., are spending
their annual vacation at the Revlin Hotel. The Brooklynites will
be entertained during their stay by their nephew and niece, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, 1630 S.W. 10th St.
Film Forum Slated For
This Afternoon At Colony
The next film forum of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
will take place at the Colony Res-
taurant this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The film to be presented will be
"The Cummington Story." The
public is invited and tickets may
be purchased at the door.
Manfred Hagen Becomes
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Jacob
Manfred, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leibisch Hagen, 795 84th St., Mi-
ami Beach, be-________^___
came Bar Mitz-
vah, Saturday,
January 22, at
the Beth Jacob
Synagogue. A re-
ception followed
the ceremonies.
The Bar Mitz-
vah was honored
at a dinner Sun-
day, January 23,
at the Helene
Hotel. Manjred Hagen
Manfred is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Miami Beach Junior High.
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Carol Stern Pledged
To Edward W. Plaut
Announcement has been made
of the engagement of Carol Stern
to Edward W. Plaut, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Plaut, 3131 Royal
Palm Ave., Miami Beach.
The bride-elect, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter D. Stern of
Scarsdale, N. Y., will receive her
degree from the New York Uni-
versity School of Education in
June.
Her fiance, who spent four
years in the Navy, is a graduate
of Miami Beach High. He attended
the University of Florida.
Noted Historian Will
Speak Here Feb. 25, 27
Dr. Jacob Shotzky, eminent his-
torian, linguist and lecturer will
speak on the "Inception and Di-
rection of the Yiddish Scientific
Institute" at a reception to be
given in his honor by the local
society of Friends of the Yiddish
Scientific Institute February 25 at
8 p.m. at the Labor Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
On Sunday, February 27, at 7:30
p.m. also at the lyceum the visitor
will speak on "The Last Ten
Centuries in Jewish History."
Helene Pearlman
Betrothal Announced
The engagement of Helene
Pearlman to Gilbert Bruce Roz-
ran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Rozran, 2346 S.W. 17th Terr., has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pearlman of
Washington.
The bride-elect is a student at
the University of Miami. Mr. Roz-
ran, a veteran of the Navy Air
Corps, is a graduate of Miami
High school and is now attending
the University of Miami, where
he is president of the Miami chap-
ter of the Intercollegiate Zionist
Federation of America.
The wedding will take place
September 4 in Washington.
REFUSE
SUBSVTU7ES:
0UNE!
Billowitz Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mayer
Billowitz, formerly of Buffalo,
N. Y., and Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday at 12:30 p.m. at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky officiating.
Friends are asked to attend.
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Engagement Revealed
The bethrothal of Blossom Pfef-
fer to David S. Goldfine is an-
nounced by her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Pfeffer of Brooklyn,
N. Y.
Mr. Goldfine is the son of Mrs.
Jennie Goldfine of 900 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., resident of Miami
Beach for the past 14 years.
The bride-elect attended New
York City College. Her fiance
served in the Army for four years
and was graduated from Miami
Beach High school. He attended
the University of Miami and
Walsh School of Business.
An early summer wedding is
planned in New York.
TO OUR FRIENDS:
We thank the following Proprietors of the Hotels and
officers of the Congregations of Miami Beach for their assist-
ance and cooperation. Our ability to maintain this world-
spiritual lighthouse is partly due to your understanding.
Congregation Beth Jacob, Cong. Beth Tfilah. Tides
Hotel, Helene Hotel Belvedere HoteL Hotel Abrams.
An Nell HoteL Nemo Hotel. Netherlands Hotel,
Alamac HoteL Hotel Tiffany, London Arms HoteL
Hotel Revlin, Hotel Edwards. Hotel Astor, Lafayette
HoteL George Washington HoteL Sea Breexe Hotel,
Walburne HoteL William Penn HoteL Hotel Empire,
Hotel Franklin, Granada HoteL Hotel Boston and a
number of hotels to follow.
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Of 123S Pennsylvania Av<
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Interment dj
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SAMUEL OLINSKY
iw. ... 21* N.W. 4th 81 .
? ." |y at his ho.
Remains wen sen] to New
. md burial by Gordon i
al Home.
DAVID FINKEL
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SHERRY GOLDBERG
\g, 71 I23S AVI
Miami '' '* "
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gent to N( ITork 1
MRS. ANNA FINKEL
Of 900 Jeffi
Miami Bi .
hospital Shi eaves her !
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]' two da ughti rs, Mrs
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rial i "hai i i
Rai Lehr-
;. were shl
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ESRAEL YOBLONSKY
Affe ".- i N.E. 5th St.,
. .it his hi me Ri n
Newai k, N J
ent by I
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MYER DAVID TRAUB
16 WW 24th St., pi
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MRS. REBECCA LORENBLUM
e v of S.W 2th 81
rday. She I
the past tw
ngham, Ala
... i \ o M >rrls ol Miami,
and Loi Angt-lei
- rvlved 1 It m and-
nlldren and I great I
t to Illi minghain f< i
..! by t he lordon
al Home.
LEONARD LOSCHER
i 8 W _"th St., pa
awaj Ii -ii. .
his wife, Robi Remains were shipped
P f.! Bervl and
by the Sordon Fun<
Age 64,
ii awaj
HYMAN LAIBSON
of :n;i s.W. 27th Lane,
iddei a
ELI APPLOFF
., Ulvd passed
II. leaves a ion,
' Winter!
N y0rk for sen and inter-
...... i r ral Home,
HOWARD KAY
.x : n Road. Miami
,,. Miami Beach real-
residence l-,-i.niar>
... lV|fe, bfe;
m Boyd. Ivan, tart
service;
.,. h with Rabbi folman A.
... Ren ilna w re
. for burial.
MRS. ROSA STEIN
,lf ..-. ksonvllle, died
Mrs. Stein leaves six
ft] i" "'
.,.,, ...... and b irial toog
llle.
ISAAC R. GOLDMAN
_\t, 64. ol N E 2nd Ave., died
., resident "f
,-wirs He I--------- hi*
.. ... ighters, Uladys,
enci Hon, Wal-
.. | nta :,, RlVI r8id Kun.-I-
.,. noun "f Miami Interment took
the Ten i le Israel sei lion
Mi ii ill Pai k.
JACOB SOSKINS
Agi i S.W 41ti St.. passed
this wee k, Hi was a membei
f Beth El L'ongn gatii n He le i> i
Lillian, and t" sons, M> ron
and Arnold Si rvici ere held at the
Mian Intermeni twok plaee
in \i- smai Cemeterj Ith Kabbi
iii;.
MICHAEL "MIKE" ARNOLD
,\-. th >'' Miami Beach,
. wn \ last ^> eek, He was a
Coral 'i.ii'U's and
been a ri I iius in ea for
yean He was a member
of Sholem I,Mi;.- of B'nal B'rlth. li.-tii
David Congregation and the Jewish
Home for the Aged He is survived b)
ins wife, Theresa; three brothers,
.i t. and i- lac. three
i phi I ir I., -ii Ai nold, I >r. Julius
m.i \ Steinbach. Blver-
Memorlal Chapel of Miami Beach
i charge of arrangements. In-
enl took place In Mt. Nebo Ceme-
K bbl Max Shapiro officiated,
SAM WILENSKY
Age 70, of 2240 s.W. Uth St.. passed
away last Monda) at his residence,
In wen shipped t-i Brooklj n,
N V for services and Interment t>>
n Puneial ii'
BARNETT FURMAN
Age 77. of 1200 Eu lid Ave., Miami
Beach, passed away in his home last
week following a brief illness A rest-
denl here for 12 years coming from
unville, he was a retired fruit
and pi''! dealer He leavei foui
M II I I I lid Albei t, "f Miami
Harold of Miami. Irvln ol
Waxhlngtim .w .Miami
under the
of the < : i neral H
Rabbi Leon Kronish "ft.' la ted .,i th.
ilch took place In Mt. S
tery.
ISIDOR POLLET
Age 63, of 64 N.W. 26th St., pass) I
away i'< bi uai y 14 ti\ ors In-
lude ins wife, Clara; two tlsti
Gertrudi i I Anna. oni brother,
Mi yer, New York. F mi il sei \ Ii s
were held at the Gordon Funeral Home
with Rabbi Max Shap ting
Burial tm.k place In Ml Ne.....
tery.
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i. itaiota "i .Miami, irvln m
V laughters, Mrs
Ri -nan, Ml s Alfn I a Less n
Mrs i i Ion Vroi ti Miami Bi
Minnie Eurman "f New Vork City, and
ter, Mrs. Mi Beatty of Mi-
ami Beach i' in ervices w pi held
Home Rabbi li \ -
i; :-..,.i- in
Mt. Nebo ..:.
JENNIE GOLDBERG
Vg' I -. f loyal Palm Av-
! died
hi husband,
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tlauRhti Mrs Bertl Orowe'i
ma
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Michel; three
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vJenisfi fhiridHictn
PAGE ELEVEN
Israeli Consulate
Announces Items
Customs Exempt
The Consulate General of Is-
rael has announced for the benefit
nf tourists and other travelers to
?he infant state that the following
articles are exempt from customs
duty, if they are included in
passengers' baggage:
Old and new wearing apparel,
and personal effects, in reason-
able quantities.
Binoculars, photographic cam-
eras typewriters and sports ac-
cessories, provided they have
been used, and the customs of-
ficer is satisfied that they are
part of the personal belongings
0f the passenger.
Implements, instruments and
tools for the professional use of
the passenger.
Intoxicating liquors up to a
maximum quantity of Vi liter.
Eau de Cologne or other scents,
up to a maximum quantity of
y4 liter.
Tobacco ((including cigars and
cigarettes) up to a maxium quant-
ity of 200 grams.
Other goods liable to customs
duty, if the amount of duty to be
paid does not exceed 50 mils.
The exemptions specified above
are granted only in the event that
the statements made to the cus-
toms officer are correct.
In spite of the fact that no pro-
vision is made in the custom tariff,
it is customary to grant passeng-
ers exemption from customs duty
on minor quantities of other arti-
cles (including foodstuffs), pro-
vided they are for his own per-
sonal use and within reasonable
limits. Passengers have to declare
to the customs officer that such
articles are included in his bag-
gage. If the customs officer is of
the opinion that the quantities
are extensive, customs duty must
be paid. For the benefit of pas-
sengers, a few customs tariffs are
quoted below:
Rice 1.5 mils per kg; canned
meat (corned beef) 7.50 mils per
kg; cheese 20 mils; butter 20 mils
per kg; milk 8 percent of value;
intoxicating liquors 600 mils for a
small bottle and 1200 mils for an
ordinary-size bottle; canned fish
10 mils per kg; sugar 7.5 mils per
kg. plus 15 per cent of value;
jams 10 mils per kg. plus 30 per
cent of value; other foodstuffs 35
per cent of value; cigarettes LI.
6.250 per kg; cigars LI. 8.500 per
kg.
Passengers bringing with them
drafts of money, checks or foreign
currency, must give the customs
officer detailed information. In
these cases, the customs officer
will register in the passport all
particulars relating to the foreign
currency. The foreign currency
will be left in the possession of
the passenger, but when leaving
the country again, he will have to
produce to the customs officer the
sum registered in his passport.
The passenger is allowed to sell
the money in Israel, but only to a
bank which is authorized to buy
foreign currency on behalf of the
authorities. In this case, the pas-
senger will receive from the bank
a note certifying the sale of the
foreign currency, and this cer-
tificate must be shown by him
to the customs officer, together
with his passport, when leaving
the country.
Dvatllinv!
In order to insure delivery of the Jewish Floridian to our
subscribers on Friday morning of each week it is necessary
to establish a deadline for receiving information to be used in
news and social columns.
Photographs should be in our office by 5 p.m. on Monday.
Telephone information must be given no later than Tuesday
at 5 p.m. Information sent by mail must be in our hands by
Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Material received later will not appear.
The news columns of our publication are available to
our subscribers without charge for social notices, bar mitzvahs
and personal items.
>al*l lliilel Head
Will Speak Here
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, Na-
tional B'nai B'rith Hillel director,
will address the greater Miami
community Sunday at 8:15 p.m.
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, it is announced by Harold
Turk, chairman of the local Hillel
advisory council.
Making his first appearance in
South Florida since his appoint-
ment to the national post, Rabbi
Lelyveld will tell of the program
undertaken through the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations to bring
cultural and social programs to
students on 186 college campuses
throughout the United States,
Canada and Cuba.
Rabbi Lelyveld was formerly
the executive director and na-
tional vice chairman of the Com-
mittee on Unity for Palestine
and a member of the Zion-.
ist Ofenization of America. I
He addressed audiences in all j
48 states speaking on the idea
and significance of a Jewish state. I
In Omaha, Nebraska, he headed :
the Industrial Relations Commit-
tee of the Omaha Urban League
and served as public panel chair-
man for the War Labor Board.
A native of New York City,
Rabbi Lelyveld received his B.A.
degree and was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa in 1933.
He was ordained as Rabbi and
received the M.H.L. degree in
1939. He is well known in Jewish
communal and educational circles
throughout the country as an out-
standing orator.
Rabbi Lelyveld will also speak
at a luncheon in his honor Sunday
at 1 p.m. at the Robert Clay
Hotel, 129 S.E. 4th St. Dr. Donald
Michelson, director of the Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Miami, will also be honored guest.
He appears in this area
through the joint sponsorship of
the Hillel Advisory Council and
the B'nai B'rith Council of Great-
er Miami.
General chairman of the affair
is Walter C Kovner of Miami
Beach.
There is no admission charge
and the public is cordially invited.
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Normandy School Will
Present Puppet Show
A marionette show will be pre-
sented at Normandy school Thurs-
day. The show, "Little Red Riding
Hood." will be presented by the
third and fourth grade under the
direction of Mrs. Phyllis Cohen.
Featured puppet performers in-
clude Michael Kaufman, James
Marrow, Donald Goldman and
Philip Fine.________
Debbs FDR Chapters To
Hold Brotherhood Meetin
Debbs Chapter B'nai B'rith
Young Women and FDR Chapter
B'nai B'rith Young Men will spon-
sor a joint meeting in recognition
of Brotherhood Week Wednesday
at 8 p.m. at the Miami Y. Presi-
dents Doris Brown and Joel Vogel
will preside and a talk on better
human understanding will be
heard.
Miami Beach Center
Observes Scout Week
More than 250 Boy Scouts of
the greater Miami area took part
in the Sunday morning program
held by the religious schools of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
last Sunday in observance of the
39th anniversary of the Boy
Scout movement of America.
Taking part in the program
were "Kappy" Bergida, Dr. Sum-
ner H. Cohen, neighborhood com-
missioner, S. Kaplan, Cub master
and Dr. Leslie Bukstel, Scout
master of troop No. 65, which
meets in the Center School build-
ing at 1415 Euclid Ave. and is
composed of students of the Cen-
ter Religious schools. Also par-
ticipating in the ceremonies were
Cub Pack No. 23, Den No. 1 with
Den Mother, Mrs. Lillian Kaplan,
and Cub Pack No. 23, Den No. 2,
with Den Mothers, Mrs. Dorothy
Bookshester and Mrs. Lipchinsky.
Chasan Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the late Doris Pulver Chasan.
wife of Arthur M. Chasan and
mother of Verna Sue, will take
place Sunday at 1 p.m. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Relatives and
friends are requested to attend.
Apotov Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Anna
Apotov. formerly of Miami Beach,
will take place Sunday at 2 p.m.
at the Workmen's Circle Plot of
the Mt. Sinai Cemetery with
Rabbi Murrav Grauer officiating.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.
DR. SIDNEY H. MOSS
Eyes Examined
Glasses Fitted and Repaired
Phone 48-6535
2250 S. W. 8th Street
Opposite Garden Restaurant
ANNOUNCEMENT
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Life Insurance Estate*
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Ph. S-4616 or 4-9981
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HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew School*.
0*110 "CIO
Telephone 5-9017
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* Jewish fkridfiann
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18,
1949

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$6,000 CASH
BUYS control "f Miami office. Na-
tional firm established ii year*.
Couple preferred with BOClal science,
public relations or psychology back-
ground Present owner compelled to
retire on physician's orders. New
owners must be active. State Charter.
Non-Sectarian. Investment, P. O, Box
2J7S, Miami IS, Fla.
INVESTMENT ADVISER
Do you want to trade in Stocks
and Bonds listed on the New
York Stock Exchange?
We do it for you on a Discre-
tionary Account.
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P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla.
CANTOR
Beautiful tenor, desires post with
modern Congregation; also teach-
er. Noted as Concert Artist.
WRITE J. R.
P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18
ROOM FOR 1 OR 2
Private Family Pleasant
Surroundings Reasonable
Breakfast Privileges
2103 S.W. 11th St. Phone 3-2935
a MMMaaaaraai
POSITION WANTED
By Middle-aged Refined Jewish
Woman as Companion Light
Houseworker for Elderly Woman.
Call 82-9910
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EXIT LONELINESS
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Chamber of Commerce Building
141 N. E 3rd Ave., Room 501
PHONE 2-6242
Open 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
WRITE P. O. BOX 3468
Gartenberg and Schechter
at the beautiful
HELENE HOTEL
1030 15th St., Miami Beach
Strictly Kosher Dining Room
Open to the Public
Call 5-5785 for Reservations
HOMES PSYCHIC STUDIO
Gives advice on all affairs of life
Lucky days and numbers
If sick, worried or in doubt
Consult this medium
Phone 7-3160 Bus 14 to Door
2118 N. W. 62nd Street
INVESTMENT ADVISER
For Advice Regarding
Stocks and Bonds Listed on the
New York Stock Exchange.
NATHAN ABRAHAM
P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla.
CALLING
JEWISH MEN
We Do NOT Have..
Social Gatherings
Parlies or Dances
Bingo or Blotto
Talkathons
We DO Have...
Dignified Social Contacts
Scientifically Screened
Members
Psychological Consultations
Private. Confidential Inter-
views
CLARA LANE
Friendship Center, Inc.
43 N.E. 2nd Street
Opp. Telephone Company
Phone For Appointment
82-3065
Open 10 A.M. to 8 P.M.
Aaron Lebedeff
On Plaza Hill
Aaron Lebedeff, the Maur-
ice Chevalier of the Jewish
stage, is appearing in person at
the Plaza Theatre through Tues-
day, February 22. Mr. Lebedeff is
the composer of the famous sor.g
"Roumania. Roumania."
Malvina Rappel, Yiddish sing-
ing star will appear with Aaron
Lebedeff on stage.
"Eli, Eli," Yiddish film starring
Esther Field, Irving Jacobson,
and Yetta Zwerling is the current
screen attraction.
Coming Wednesday. February
23, Cantor Samuel Malavsky ai d
his Family Choir, including the
Marlin Sisters, will appear in per-
son in a program of Hebrew Can-
torials, Palestinian melodies and
Jewish folk songs. The Warsaw
Art Players will be seen in the
accompanying screen presenta-
tion, "The Vow."
Beth David Sisterhood
To Give Membership Fete
The Beth David Sisterhood an-
nounces that the first of a scries
of "Bring a New Member" parties
will bo held at the home "f Mrs,
Hany Einhorn, 1M74 Swanson
Ave., Coconut Grove, Wednesday
at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Harry Laufer and Mrs
Jack Rosenberg are co chairmen
for the afteri ""ii. Luncheon will
he served and cards nn<\ man jong
will fellow. Guests are requested
to bring man jong sets.
Hostesses will be the Mesdame-
Harry August, Nathan Becker.
Samuel Dickson, Hany Einhorn
William Dai Ziger, E. D. Merlin
and Alexander Steibel.
Monte Carlo Night and Congregation.
Tamara Chapter of the Miz- *J ^ ?bill will be fa
......char*e retresnments and MrT
Theodore Landesman, ,^,
chairman, will arrange the *T
gram. i,ro"
rachi Women has slated a Monte
Carlo night for Tuesday at 8:30
p.m. at the Miami Hebrew School
Daughters Of Israel
To Meet Sunday Night
A meeting of the Daughters of
Israel will be held at 8 p.m. Sun-
day at the organization's building.
151 Michigan Ave.
Recently elected vice president
of the group was Mrs. Leah Kag-
en. Mrs. Rebecca Reinhardt was
named treasurer.
Plans are almost completed for
a banquet to be held March 6 at
the Hotel Helene in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Reinhardt for
their contributions to the con-l
struetion of a mikvah. >
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Informal Dance Slated
An informal dance get-to-gether
will be held Sunday at the home
ol Micki 5 Einhorn, 2474 Swanson
Ave., Coconul Grove, at ,'i p.m.
Proceeds of the dance will be for
Palestine Relief. Refreshments
will be served and the public is
invited.
On the comn ittee for this dance
are Mickey Eii horn, Phyllis Kap-
lan, Shirley and Lee Freidman
and Anita Goldman.
Y Musical Program
A program in commemoration
of Jewish Music Month will be
presented by the Miami Beach
YMHA tomorrow night at 8:15 at
the Y building.
Admission is free and the public
is invited.
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Psychologist Psychoanalyst
OFFICE HOURS 11 A. M. TO 2 P. M.
7136 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 86-3642
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FRIDAY, FEB. 18TH
Grant Stockdale
The Miami Beach Friends
of Grant Stockdale take
this opportunity to urge
you to support the candi-
date we believe to be best
qualified to serve you as
State Representative. Join
with us and the vast ma-
jority that has already
approved our choice. Vote
for Stockdale!
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Chairman, Miami Beach
Committee Stockdale
for State Representative
Campaign.
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Elect
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Candidate For
State Representative
"A REPRESENTATIVE
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PPEAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1949
fJewisli JhrtdUam
PAGE THIRTEEN
Hebrew Academy
To Hold Open School
Week Feb. 21-25
The Hebrew Academy, 918 6th
sti Miami Beach, will conduct an
"Open School Week" during the
period from February 21 to 25 to
mark the first anniversary of the
school's dedication.
In announcing the event, Dr.
David S Andron, president of the
academv. stated, "This is an in-
vitation for all leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish community
to visit the school and observe the
distinctive program offered there.
The academy is a year old now,
but some of our leaders have not
vet had the occasion to view its
achievement which has now be-
come a legend, not only in this
area, but throughout the entire
country.
We ask the members of this
community to come and observe
our students obtain a rich and
dynamic curriculum of secular
and Hebrew education."
There are now 155 students en-
rolled in the academy, which
during the current year offers
classes to children from the first
to the sixth grade inclusive, as
well as kindergarten groups for
children from four to six years
of age.
The seventh and eighth grades
will be added successively each
year until a full eight year ele-
mentary school program is estab-
lished, Dr. Andron announced.
Transportation, under the sup-
ervision of licensed drivers, is
available in large modern busses
to the pupils of the school, the
president continued, and hot
lunches, as well as afternoon re-
refreshments, are prepared daily
in the school's modern and sani-
tary kitchen and are offered un-
der the supervision of members
of the faculty.
The academy is a communally
sponsored institution and is en-
dorsed by leaders and educators
of the whole community.
The academy will be open to all
residents and tourists of the area
from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. during
the week.
Child Cantor Itzik-1 Alster
will conduct services tonight
and tomorrow morning at Con-
gregation Beth El. The young
singer will also present a con-
cert at the synagogue Sunday
night at 7:30. Tickets are avail-
able at the synagogue office.
*
LEGAL NOTICE
Brotherhood Symposium
A symposium on brotherhood
will take place tomorrow after-
noon at 3:30 at the Spinoza Forum
in the patio of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son's home, 124 11th St., Miami
Continuing to appear before
packed houses Michel Rosen-
berg "Atla Boy Getzel," is be-
ing held over at the Roumanian
Theatre Restaurant, 1610 Alton
Road. Adeline Niece, "the Yid-
dishe Schikse," and comedian
Larry Best are still delighting
the capacity audiences at the
Beach nite spot. Advance re-
servations are requested and
may be made by calling 5-2156
or 5-2157. Dinner is served from
6 p.m.
Beach. Participants in the discus-
sion will be Prof. Ralph F.
Whelan, Prof. Mark Waldman and
Dr. Wolf son.
ztfevtfla KUitcuVumi
SMORGASBORD AS AN APPETIZER
WITH OUR DELICIOUS DINNERS
Phone 48-9211
2000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (In the Gables)
THE SALVATION ARMY
NEEDS YOUR
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FOR ITS SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAM. OVER 5.000 GAR-
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TURE GIVEN TO NEEDY APPLICANTS IN 1948.
PHONE 3-3864
FOR RED SHIELD TRUCK
TO PICK UP YOUR DONATION
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever
an active leader in numerous civic
and religious organizations.
LEGAL NOTICE
I
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ROUMANIAN
IF YOU CAN'T LAFF DON'T COME!
1000 1000
1UUU LAUGHS A MINUTE
He b Here A ATTA BOY GETZEL
MICHEL ROSENBERG
(In Person)
BY PUBLIC DEMAND:
ADELINE NIECE
Yiddishe Schikse
HONORABLE LORD SALISBURY
(In Something New)
and the Famous Comedian
LARRY BEST
DINNER SERVED FROM 6 P.M.
1610 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach
For Reservation, call 5-2156. 5-2157
R
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Discussing ticket sales for the Paul Draper-Larry Adler recital
to be sponsored by Junior Hadassah at the Municipal auditorium,
Biscayne Blvd. and 5th St., Thursday night at 8:30 are Mrs. Alex
Van Slraalen. senior advisor; Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. vice president
and chairman of the concert; and Frieda Ankus, who is in charge
of ticket distribution. Draper has become internationally famous
for tap dancing to the classics, while Adler has proved that serious
music may be played on the harmonica. Concert tickets are avail-
able at Associated Stores. Byron's, Sak's Fifth Avenue. Miami
Beach Radio and Condave's.________________________________
Rabbi Ever Will
Head Mizrachi
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, Southern
director of Yeshiva University,
was elected president of the Miz-
rachi Organization of Greater Mi-
ami Saturday night at a meeting
at the Tides Hotel to celebrate
the opening of the Israeli parlia-
ment. Also elected to an office
was Max Bertman who is the or-
ganization's new secretary. Other
officers will be elected at the next
meeting.
Participating in the program,
which was witnessed by several
hundred people, were Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, chairman of the
evening. Rabbis Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky, Murray Grauer, Dr. Schon-
feld of New York and Simon
Visoker of Tel-Aviv, and Cantors
Berele Kelemer and Laibele
Trainer of New York. Refresh-
ments were served by the Wom-
en's Division of Mizrachi.
Rabbi Ever, who settled in Mi-
ami Beach in September, 1948,
was formerly spiritual leader of
the Saratoga Hebrew Center in
Brooklyn, N. Y., a post which he
held for seven years. Ordained in
1934, he was registrar of the
Cleveland Rabbinical Seminary,
principal of the Beth Jacob Semi-
nary of America, assistant editor
of a weekly newspaper in Cleve-
land and co-worker on the daily,
Jewish World. Author of "A His-
tory of Twenty-Five Years of Or-
thodox Judaism in America" and
Holiday Symbols," Rabbi Ever is
Conference Of Jewish
Women's Organizations
To Meet At Beth Sholom
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will serve as hosts to the
Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations at its all-day meet-
ing on March 17, according to an
announcement by Mrs. Louis J.
Krensky, Sisterhood president.
The meeting will take place in
the patio of the Temple from
10:30 to 3:30. Brunch will be
served at 12 noon. Mrs. Irving
Marcus is in charge of the brunch
and reservations may be made by
calling her or Temple Beth
Sholom office.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
122332.
HAROLD CRING, Plaintiff, vs.
SARAH CRINO, Defndant.
You, SARAH CRINO, 16 South Ave-
nue, Beacon, New York, are notified
to file your appearance in the above
cause for divorce on the 21st day of
March, A.D. 1949, otherwise decree
pro confesso will be entered against
you.
Dated this 11th day of February,
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Daw
1021 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
2/18-25 3/4-11
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DALE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 122396.
MALI BERGMAN, Plaintiff, vs. MAX
BERGMAN, Defndant.
You, MAX BERGMAN. 250 Fort
Washington Avenue, New York, New
York, are notified to file your appear-
ance in the above cause for divorce
on the 21st day of March, A.D. 1949,
otherwise decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
Dated this lti day of February,
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clark.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
2/18-25 3/4-11
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
122431.
1,1 LI.1AM MOSLEY MAXSON, Plain-
tiff, vs. STANLEY E. MAXSON,
Defendant.
To: STANLEY E. MAXSON
15 17th Avenue
I'aterson, New Jersey
YOU, .STANLEY E. MAXSON, are
hereby notified to file your appearance
In the above cause for divorce on or
before the 22nd day of March, A.D.
1149, otherwise a Decree Pro Con-
iVssu will be entered against you.
Dated this 17th day of February,
A iJ 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) _______
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
si:i (ilvmpia Bldg.
S 18-26 3/4-11
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
122290.
JOii.s KASliEY, Plaintiff, vs. VAXIE
KASHEY, Defendant.
You, VAXIE KASHEY. 22014 6th
Avenue, Huntington, West Virginia,
are notified to file your appearance
in the above cause for divorce on the
21 day of March, A.D. 1949, otherwise
decree pro confesso will be entered
d&uinst }ou.
Dated this 11 day of February,
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. E. HODGES.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
2/18-25 3/4-U__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Tamlami Hotel Bar at 201 West Hau-
ler Street, Miami, Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LEONARD LEVIN-
JOSEPH I. GOODMAN
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicants
2/18-25 3/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Ace Music Company, not Inc. at 544
N.W. 5th Ave., Miami. Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. .......
HARRY SILVERMAN
JOSEPH MOONEY
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicants
I Congress Bldg.
2/18-25 3/4-11-18
Deborah Society Shower
On Friday. February 25, Mrs.
Sidney Ginsberg will have a
linen shower at her home, 6341
Allison Road, Miami Beach, for
the benefit of the Deborah Sana-
torium. Browns Mills, New Jer-
sey. The shower will be held from
2 to 5 p.m. ____
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 122440.
MEYER BENNETT. Plaintiff, vs.
LILLIAN BENNETT, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: LILLIAN BENNETT
1612 South I^iwndale Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
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
18 day of March. 1949; otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you. _..
DATED this 17 day of February,
lM'" E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sea.) q pEiQE
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
1703 Congress Bldg.
2/18-25 3/4-11 ____________
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ___
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the *""<
>ra Delicatessen at ." sw- -''"
a I ........ Miami, Florida. Intends*
register said name with the- Clerk
f the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. ALFRED u DIAMOND
Aronovlts. Welnkle & Aronovlts
Attorneys for Applicant
74H Sev'bold Building
2/18-26 8/4-11-18
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
122430,
SHIRLEY JEAN WADSWORTH De-
vi i:\V Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT A.
I v VIEW, Defendant.
TO: ROBERT A. DeVIEW
210 S. Saglnaw Street
Lapeer. Michigan
YOU, ROBERT A. DeVIEW, are
hereby notified to file your appear-
ance In the above cause for divorce
on or before the 22nd day of March.
\ 1> 1949, otherwise a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you.
Dated; Feb. 17, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal^ Q ^^
Deputy Clerk.
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiff
819 Olympla Bldg.
2/18-26 3/4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
22124.
In" Re: ESTATE OF
Bhlrlev L. De Armond, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified alid required t<> present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Shirley L. De Armond de-
ceased late of Knox County. Tennes-
see, to the Hon W. F. Blanton, County
Judge f Dade County, and file the
same In his office In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
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 afore-
said, or same will be barred. Bee Sec-
tion 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date February 17. A.D. 1949.
MAX R. SILVER.
As Ancillary Administrator. C.T.A.
of the Estate of SHIRLEY L.
DE ARMOND, Deceased.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOW1TZ
Attorneys for Ancillary
Administrator, C.T.A.
2/18-25 8/4-11
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/DRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 122406.
MORRIS BREZINSKY, Plaintiff, vs.
ANNA BREZINSKY, Defendant.
TO: ANNA BREZINSKY. 83ul Bay
Parkway, Brooklyn, New York.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
eomnlalnt for divorce 'lied against vou
by MORRIS BREZINSKY on or before
the 22 day of March, 1949, otherwise
the allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 17 day
of February, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
2/18-25 3/4-U
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1949
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NEW and RECONDITIONED
MOTORS
HOIP *. MOST MGOi'N F ACUITIES
NIW POSTWAR IC/UIPMtNT'
and
' KNOW MOW MECHANICAL STAFF
UDGET PLAN IF OCSIREO
SAM MURRAY
1*17 IISCArNI IOULCVARD
PHONE 1 47(1
TRUCK DIVISION
4' H f 7/TH STMfT
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Watson Joins Staff Of
Charles S. Meyers, Inc.
Charles S. Meyers, Inc. has an-
nounced the affiliation of R. B.
"Dick" Watson with the organ-
ization as sales representative of
R. B. Watson
the Allen-Wales Adding Machine
Division of the National Cash Reg-
ister Company. A graduate of the
University of Florida, Mr. Watson
has had seven years experience in
the sale of business machines, in
which the Charles S. Meyers Com-
pany specializes.
June Dairy Starts
Work On Sow
$225,000 Struoturo
Work began this week on the
S225.000 warehouse and office
plant being constructed for the
June Dairy Products Company by
the Edwards Construction Com-
pany. The Luiiding site is located
on N.W. 23rd St. between 22nd
Ave. and 22nd Ct. and will in-
clude a loading platform and in-
dividual railroad siding on the
Seaboard Airline.
Plans call for the erection of a
two-story structure of steel and
concrete, both fireproof and ver-
min-proof. Refrigerated storage
space for 20 carloads of dairy
products and poultry has been
included and emergency generat-
ing equipment in event of power
failure will be provided.
Matthew S. Bandler is founder
and executive vice president of
the June Dairy Products Com-
pany which was established in
Miami in 1927. The organization
was formed by Mr. Bandler fol-
lowing World War I in New York
and it has now become one of the
fourth largest distributors of dairy
products in the United States.
Large-Scale Emigration
Of Tripolitanian Jews
Is Urged In Report
LONDON, (JTA)Large-scale
emigration of Jews from Tripoli-
tania was recommended last week
in a report to three major Jewish
organizations here by Dr. B.
Segal, who has just completed a
tour of the country and a study
of its Jewish population at the
behest of the three groups.
The report, to the Central Brit-
ish Fund, the Board of Deputies
of British Jews and the Anglo-
Jewish Association, declared that
the 30,000 Jews in Tripolitania
are suffering from a fear psychosis
since the pogrom of November,
1945, in which over 100 persons
died and hundreds were injured.
The Jews have not yet received
indemnification for damages and
losses suffered in the rioting and
many are completely destitute,
Dr. Segal stated.
The position of the community
as a whole is "very bad," Dr.
Segal asserted, adding that in-
stances of actual starvation of
Jews have been reported from
outlying districts. He evaluated
the day-to-day relief program of
the Joint Distribution Committee
and expressed the opinion that it
was not yet operating on a scale
sufficient to meet minimum re-
quirements.
Poale Zion To Meet
The A. D. Gordon Branch of
the Labor Zionist Organization of
America, Poale Zion, will meet
Tuesday night at 8:30 at the Mi-
ami Y. A program will be pre-
sented. Young men and women
over 21 axe invited to join the
group.
News Brief
Among the organizations bene-
fitting from the Hamid Morton
Circus, which recently played
here under the auspices of the
Miami Shrine Temple, wen I
Miami YMHA nursery school and
the National Children's Cardiac
Home.________________________
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UI\ BN <>>"
-' I"
business und. the name "'
Cumberland Trail. Park nt
Southwest >ih Street. M
name v Itli the
Cleric of the Circuit t ol Laae
nty, Floi
SAMUEL R ROSENSO.N
DANIEL F P VRISER
Samuel B. tti
: _.'. ; 11-18 |______________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN TDK CIRCUIT C< H'RT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
I-, ,r DA DP3 ''' 'IN TV FLI IRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, X" 122291-
BEVERLY JOAN HINES, Plaintiff,
v- VRTHUR .1 HINES Di f' ndanl
TO ARTHUR I HINES,
\\. .
Brookb n. N< w V<
V i l i.. fib
v.; r to the bill of
complain) fin fled against
vou bv BEVERLY JOAN HINES on
or before the n da> if Mar. h. 1949,
otherwise the I "aid bill
will be taken s coi you
DONE AND ORDERED THIS 11 day
01 F, b 149
i: |1, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ol th. Cli lil Court.
Cl i I
By R. II RICE, JR .
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
Solicitor foi I
2 is-25 :: i-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the unclei slgi ed, di < ngage In
business under the flctll name nt
National Fish Market at 204 S. \V.
th Street, Miami, Fla Intend t'>
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court >r Dade County,
Florida.
AARON NEISS
Rl iBERT FEL1K
ARTHUR .1 KATZ
MILTON A FRIEDM \ N
Attorney for Applicants
2 11-18-23 a i
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I.V THE <-ll:ci"IT coURT OF THE
HTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
122249
RUTH SHADLE. Plaintiff, vs. FRED
SHADLE, Defendant
YOU, FRED SHADLE, 230 Park
Place, Orange, New Jersey, are noti-
fied to file your Appearance in the
above cause for Divorce, on or be-
fore March 14, 1949, or a Decree Pro
Confessn will be pntered against you.
DATED: February 10. 1949.
R3 it LE VTHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \\ M. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER ft SAKOW1TZ
Attoi nej s for Plaintiff
'iv Seyliold Building
2/11-18-26 8/4-11
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IX THE CIRCUIT C( lURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
122039.
GERTRUDE COONEY, Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES B. CooNEY, Defendant.
you, JAMES l: COONEY, .". Mil-
ford Avenue, Newark, New Jersey,
are notified to file your appearance In
the above cause for dB...... on the
7th day of Man h, A D, 1949, other-
wise decree pro confeBao "ill be en-
tered against you.
Dated thin 1st day of February,
A.D. 1949
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. E HODGES,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
Seybold Building
2/4-11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
Tow ti and B< a< h 'lub al i m Lincoln
Road, Miami B< ai h, I'l u Ida, Intend
to register said name ith the Clerk
of the circuit Court of bade County,
Florida.
MILTON SIRKIN
ALEXANDER SIRKIN
LEON SIRKIN
ADELE ZD/ITZ
I '.il I II. IS
2'ii-i8-2r, 8/4-H
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S cocrt
IN AND For DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No'
21S95.
In He ESTATE OF IRVING R
BECKER. Deceased.
To All Creditor! and All Persons ll.iv-
hie Claims or Demand! Against Said
Estate:
You and each of you, are herebv
notified and iei|uii.-d i., present anv
claims and demands which vou or
either of you. may hue against'the
estate of Irving K Becker de.eappd
UtiI Of Miami Beach, Dade County
H2EB5* i.Vhe I1"? w- K Blanton
Count> Judge of I.ade County, and
file the same In his office In the.
County Courthouse in Pad. Countv
Honda within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the e|a|m.
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same w|)| be haired
See Sect on 120 of the IMS Probate Art
uat January 31, A.D 1949
BEVERLY BECKER,
As Administratrix of the Estate of
i. &>1!ff.5;Ji5!Skl Deceased.
MARK SILVERSTEIN
AAV>rn.*y for Administratrix
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT oF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR HADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
122216.
York are notified t.> file your appear-
in,-.. In the above cause for divorce
on the Mill day of March. A.D 1949,
otherwise decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
Hated this 9 day of February, D.D.
1949
K. I!. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
.Circuit Court Seal) ..
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Utorney for Plaintiff
-. bold Building
! 11-18-25 8/4__________________________
NO*TICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COORT OF THE
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT F
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
1220J v
HARRY FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
HELEN FRIEDMAN, Defendant.
you, HELEN FRIEDMAN, 709
North Kingsley Drive, Hollywood,
California, are notified to file your
ii am in the above cause for
divorce on the 7th day Of March,
A.D. 1949, otherwise decree pro con-
fesstfi in be entered against you.
Dated this day of February, A.D.
1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
I'.;. M. C. FEIOE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Seybold Bulding
2 l -11 -1 B 25
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT I'nI'HT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL circcit IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/OKIDA
IN CHANCERY, Case No 122137.
GLORIA SANDAUER, Plaintiff, vs.
WILLIAM SANDAUER, Defendant.
To: William Sandauer
< 'are of Max Sands u r
300 Wot mil Stn i
New York City, New York
Y'ou an- hereby required to file an
appearance In the above action for
divorce on or before the 9th day of
March, 1949. otherwise, a Decree Pro
Confesso "ill I.....ntered against you.
Dated this 7th day of February,
1919.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By wm. w. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
HARi iLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Plaintiff
:' 11-18-25 :; i
LEGAL NOTICE
notice und Flcrrr^r
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVTOJ .,.
the undersigned, desiring toi nr..thc
business under the fictitious ff ta.
Warren Supply at wSh^JJ
Street, Hlaleah, Florida, IntVna50?1
register said name with the cww 2
th. Orooit Court of Dace f*g
EUGENE R KATZ
JAMES BRESIXJW
HARRY DIETZ. ""ixjw
Attorney for Applicants
Congress Building
1/28 2/4-11-18-26
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 5S
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DATW
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY A"
122250 "* "
MURRAY ROSENBERG, Plaintiff v.
L1HBE ROSENBERC.,' TWend.nt
YOU. EIBBE ROSENBErWJ *
Avenue Y," BROOKLYN, mSS
YORK, are notified to file your At,
t>earance In the above cause for Dl
vorce, on or before March 14 ijm"
or a Decree Pro Confesso will be d'.
tered against you.
DATED: February 10, 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Cinrh
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
918 Seybold Bldg.
2/11-18-25 3/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The Washerterla at 904 S. Miami Ave
Miami, Florida. Intends to register
said name withe th Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MATILDA FEINSTEIN
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
1/21-28 2/4-11-18
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND For DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
122238.
DORIS ABRAMSON, Plaintiff, vs.
JOE ABRAMSON, Defendant.
T< l: .P IE AU.lt \MS, i.\
i .i Rlee Motel
Houston. Texas
(>n or before the 12th day of March.
1919. you are hereby notified to file
your appearance or answer to the Hill
of Complaint for Divorce In the ahove
styled cans.-, otherwise said Bill of
C.....plaint for Divorce will be taken as
confessed by you. This order t.. be
published in the Jewish Florldian
Miami, Florida
Dated this io day of February,
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
,_-____ Deputy Clerk.
GENET ft GENET
i-'" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2 11-18-23 ?. I
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
In THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR I'A HE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
l :'_'"!"
SYLVIA LEVITT, Plaintiff, vs.
' ARL .1 LEVITT, Defendant
YOU, c.\Ri. .1. LEVITT, 1604 East-
ern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York
are notified to file your appearance
in the above cause for divorce on or
''"" the 7th day of March, A.D.
1949, or a Decree Pro Confess,, will
De entered against vou.
A.Di94?: T'""" 3r'' 'lay 0| ,'vl""uary.
B. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
ir< nit Courl Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
8SS8T s"-":" 5W*r
Suite 918 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
- 1-11-18 2:, ?. 4
I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Max's Delicatessen at 1131 West Flag.
ler Street, Miami, Fla., intend to
register xaid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MURRAY BUHNER
LEON NAMOFF,
Partners
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
2/11-18-25 3/4-11_______________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
121962.
ALICE ABRAMS. Plaintiff, vs. VIC-
TOR ABILAMS, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: VICTOR ABRAMS,
B49 Duxhwlck Avenue,
Brooklyn. New York.
Y'ou are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed
against you In the above styled causa
on or before the 28 day of February.
1919. otherwise the allegations of said
Bill of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed against you.
DATED this 27 day of January,
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK.
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1701 Congress Building
1/28 2/4-11-lg
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Esther Shop at 48 E. Flagler Street,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BUTTON
1/28 2/4-11-18-25
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY'. IN CHANCERY, No.
121922.
ANNA SEDIACEK, Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPH SEDIACEK, Defendant.
YOU, JOSEPH SEDIACEK, MM
Basset Avenue, Bronx. New York, are
notified to file your Appearance In
the above cause for Divorce, on or
Del..... the 28th day of February. A.D.
1949, or a Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you.
HATED: This 26th day of January,
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. E. HODGES.
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ
Attorneys
Seybold Bldg.
1/28 2/4-11-18-2S
NTICE -J,,NDER F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ll ii in her 102*5 \ w ..-,!.,
v/'nV,1;,,,',1""'1 Owrt of Dade
MALCOLM FIRST,
\ t ,- .. '" Owner
A I KAPLAN
A" rney for Applicant
ongress Bldg.
' 4-11-18-26
N0T'CE NADER FlCTIT'OUS
ni ni 8nfr* and Shoe
Florid- ^ ""5 Av"n>". Miami
'w.h '1he'cfeTk of^f'M?Ti88"1
LOUIS MANAS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
21999.
In Re: ESTATE OF ELIZABETH
RAJNA, Deceased.
TO All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against awe
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present nr
claims and demands which you.
either of you, may have against "
estate of ELIZABETH RAJNA at
ceased late of Dade County. ^or1f.*;
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, and lg*H
same in his office In the Count>
Courthouse In Dade County, Frio.
within eight calendar months tnm_JS
date of the first publication nr'7n
Said claims or demands to "itain
the legal address of the claimant ana
to be sworn to and presented as ""
said, or same wlfi be barred.
Section 130 of the 1033 Probst; A".
Date January 28. A.D. lj>9.M.
ALFRED RAJNA,rf
As Administrator of the Bst< "'
ELIZABETH RAJNA, Deceased
ELRY STONE
1010 Congress Building
Muml. Fla.
Attorney for Administrator .
3/4-11-11-2* ^J*


RIDA1!
FTSRUABT 18. 1949
+J&*istfkrKMar
PAGE FTTEEN

sab Will
St vie Shorn-
A :- ._ ,3r:u3 of Ha-
CT-.
:d.
Margaret New-
="..:: .. to -y
> modrii and Ha-
. accessories
I -:-i:- Com-
K---'- Patricia Vance
- ,. d Adfer at the
|v sbing to play
pan -.-. i to J and
l3
lerrvw
nnnai will be
ifbir is Mrs.
a arbfl win be as-
> rn.Mrs.DnU
! r* -he M
P tea, Harry Elson.
- August Harry
.:-.. Jack Mit-
A---'.- --. :;;- Herman
- Xwail and
/Leonard A- La^hie. Pre*.
r*ri DIGNITY
w RESPECT
Imag Slaeber^. Tree*.
refreshment com-
-'V' Derem R Gold
"Jjt Laufer. Other
Mrs. Albert Ros-
Mrs. Rae Fro me.
y.'."; ; --.:..-.. and Mrs.
y'..- .-. rcr. and Mrs.
Sol St fait ----/ .
:. u :y membership
cr.i;'______________
Legion Post Pledges
I Support To Governor
\ jfca Beach Post No. 85.
II i :-.ir.g on a rco-
r.naire Ralph
I- .aeL sent a letter to Gov-
Warren endorsing his
Icaapaign .llegahze trie Ku
IkIux Klan Florida. The post i
: tartad support.
| News Brief
I..: n conducted
;hambe* of Com-
|: ?.....'. ~ Pancoast and
|: DoPrea became
|r irdol i^ectcrs.
.-..... Jit..-rungs Therrel
I v tfaon were re-
L-; .-..-. .rrtion of officers
I .-. the :.-.amber build-
Making plans for the 13m annual 'Bar \t-rr' stars :cr.
Tinhoo of B =ai B'nth Lodges to be held \m aaaBa* Cafta. Ha? 5.
7 and 8 are L to r. Aaron Farr si Far? ?:urs. lac Mrs. 5am
Silver, president of the stat B aai B ritk *:mB s Crgamsancns;
and Milton Friedman, president of the Florida Ftderancn : 3 aai
B'rith Lodges.
Saul Kenhok To Open ** *
Kosher Market In Gables : ": :
m me area I Tstt ---: aev a-
Kashrutn observing resuienta :: -
Coral Gabies are anticipating the sonal] the Jservance ::
opening m the near future of a kashn
strictiv kosher market to be op- <***= ": =* '
j -1 will spec
erated by Saul Kenhok at 263: ;.. ^ M I",..., ,. .
Ponce de Leon Blvd. tto products. Mr Cenhola -
Mr. Kenholz, who is well knew- -
our competent start is
ready to relieve you of all
the details in your hour of
bereavement.
Ambulance Service
I1M4.I s-s**4
Ciapt/ iS50 ALTOS IOAIJ
m Greater Miami, where ha las
been in the kosher meat business
anywhere m Greater M
1512 N. Breed Street
Philadelphia
MIAMI 5EACH
* t 5 aaajoM
4 Cimfi/ttt
rtttfrt Sttw
NEW SHOW TONIGHT

1
Temple Israel
SiNCerhMid Will
Hold Card Party
A garden and bridge party *"-'--
be given by the Sisterhood ::
Temple Israel Tuesday it : z ~r.
at the home of Mrs. Philip Isaacs,
15 East San Marino Dr. Miami
Beach. Mrs. Isaac Lev..-., p
dent, has announced.
The party, which wdl mark tha
Sisterhood's 23rd birthday, will be
the most important social affair
sponsored by the orgaruzatirn
this season, according to Mr?.
Levin. In addition to bridge, man
jong. gin and ;ther games will be
played.
The George Washington t
day motif will be carried out in
the decorations and refreshrre.-.ti
Co-chairmen for trie event are
Mrs. Sidnev Wemtraub and Mrs
Edward L- Cowen. Assisting them
will be the Mesdames Henry-
Wolff. Harry V. Simons, Elry
Stone. Harold Spaet. Al Greer.
William Singer. Morton Russac.<.
Dan Ruskm. SteUa Hantman.
Adolph Wertheimer. CoLma.- A
Zwitman. Lucille Lichtenstetter
and Isaac Lev:-.
The affair is open to all mem-:
bers and friends, Mrs. Levin has |
announced, and tickets may be
purchased from committee mem.-j
oers.
Mendelsohn's Bgg Restaurant
1301 Coll.n* A., MUml Bach
WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE
TELMHONS 5-0a5
A'R COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED
Fre* Parking m Rear
mbmi
YOUR INCOME TAX
Prepared Correctly by
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART
J. E. MABQUA. Tax Consultant
_Main Offict, 7117 Biscayne Bled. Phone 7-0543
MIRRORS
HNEST QUALITY MADE TO OHDEB
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Auto Class Installed Furniture Tops
Store Front Construction
ADAMS GLASS SERVICE
If Ift OMes We Haaa IT
1805 PURDY AVt. M. B. PH. 5-3a OH MM
Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ
(.s now you moy toke yogf choke!
Craoan by our rsfed Kerds on our on Dode and
Broward County far-..-.* no- 'pockooeo
in both glan bottles and new, paper
milk containers!
Home deliveries are now being made
,n Home tf*fl am spcce-sov.ng. TlljUWI
c.ass bcHes .eosy to handle, and espeoolry
de*.gnd to pour eas.ly without dr-pp.ng.
Youll find rich. Home Milk at your
favorite grocer's in new. easy-to-tind.
!ighter-ro-carry. seokd paper containers. No
deposit...no returns.
So, choose your favorite Pasteuraed
Grade A. or Vitamin D Homogenized Home
Milk, today...in the package you prefer. Buy
an e*rro quart or two at your grocer's...
eWy rresh- Or phone 2-7696 and the friendly
Home Milk Man wQI have it on your doorstep
in the morning. Remember. Home Milk a
dairy fresh...you can taste me difference!






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PAGE SIXTEEN
vjewist f/cridian
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18|
Beth David Site
Is Dedicated
Over 1000 people witnessed the
dedication of the new site of Beth
David Congregation on S.W. 3rd
Ave. and 26th Road Sunday morn-
ing.
Louis Heiman, program chair-
man, gave a short address, which
was followed by the hallowing of
the grounds by Rabbi Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches. Marcia
Feingold, Barbara Safer, Bobby
Sterling and Stanley Rose, chil-
dren of the Sunday school,
planted a tree.
Official ground-breaking cere-
monies have been set for Sunday,
March 13. State and local digni-
taries are expected to attend this
affair and construction will begin
shortly after the ceremonies.
The contract for the construc-
tion was unanimously approved at
a meeting last week and awarded
to the Star Construction Corn-
pan}-, of which Arthur Shandloff
is president.
Stockdale Opposes
5% Hotel Tax
Grant Stockdale, young busi-
ness man who is a candidate for
the state legislature in today's
Democratic primary runoff, went
on record this week as opposing
the 5c'c hotel tax. He stated that
the proposed measure would cre-
ate an injustice to a particular
group of our society and that if
the tax were put into operation,
it would not be long before other
taxes would be imposed upon
other special occupational groups
such as druggists and farmers.
"The real danger," Stockdale
stated, "lies in making a pre-
cedent for this form of taxation,
for. once begun, no one can pre-
dict where it will lead us."
Stockdale discussed the state
educational program and advocat-
ed that a definite date be estab-
lished between June 10 and 15 as
an absolute deadline for school
functions throughout the state.
Stockdale's opponent in today's
run-off is J. Fritz Gordon. Winner
of this election will meet Re-
publican Candidate Duncan Held
in a general election on March 1.
Rose Pertes.
The organization's annual fes-
tival and Purim ball will be held
Saturday evening, March 12, at
the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel,
according to Mrs. Samuel Beck,
president. Mrs. Irving Hirsch has
been named chairman of the af-
fair.
Sisterhood Party Sunday
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Tfilah will sponsor a pack-
age party Sunday evening at 7
o'clock at the synagogue, accord-
ing to Mrs. S. Shapiro, president.
Refreshments will be served.
There is no admission.
Hiida Fleenor
Miami Anviliarv
Homo For Aged
Will Give Tea
Little Hilda Fleenor, dancer,
will be one of the featured en-
tertainers at the membership tea
to be sponsored by the Miami
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged Tuesday afternoon at 1
o'clock at Beth El auditorium.
Also on the program will be
Harold Shapiro, guest speaker;
Allen Towne, mimic of cere-
monies Anne Siegel, pianist; the
Amazing Maurice, magician;
Chester Davis, international
whistler.
Mrs. Nat E. Katz is chairman
of the affair. Asisting her are the
Mesdames Ethel Burnstein, Sid-
ney Covner, Irving Hirsch and
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Tickets Available at Synagogue Office: 5-6150

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Music For AH Occasions
Individual Sweet Trays and
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features Large
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NOW AVAILABLE
DADE-COMMONWEALTH TITLE INSURANCE CO.
T. J. BOMAR. Pres.
Dade-Commonwealth Building
139 N. E. First Street (Formerly American Bank Bldg.)
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF ITS SAFETY DEPOSIT
VAULT RENTING SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
FROM $5.00 PER YEAR UP
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I Message Front The President
We approach another Brotherhood Week at a time when none
, rioUbt the urgency of its reminder that men of all creeds and
arps are boundd together in one common fate.
This association in a common destiny means that the real
nrnhk-ms of the world are thouse of human relations. In this age
fJhen science has tapped the atom's nucleus, man must tap the
nudsui of understanding without which there is no wisdom, no
cnirit for righteous action, and no mutual concern.
Brotherhood is the solution. It is the source of the unity within
mi- nation which will make us powerful in example and strong in
moral purpose so that we may give to our world the leadership
worthyof our heritage. Moreover, our future as a nation can be
hriuerit with immeasurable achievement as we extend liberty
within our borders and lead mankind to a united world without
ancient hates and enlightened by the recognition that all mankind
I* one family. .
Brotherhood Week is the occasion for rededication of the
Amc ican people to these high spiritual objectives.
I therefore, call upon the American people to participate in
Broterhood Week, sponsored by the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. I urge a personal rededication to the princi-
oles"of equality and justice which have made our country great,
and I hope that all institutions of education, religion, civic better-
ment and the media of communications will engage in community
activity to make brotherhood a living reality.
Let us join as a united people to serve with diligence that
brotherhood which springs from the Fatherhood of God and which
nffprn true glory to our nation and hope to all mankind.
01 HARRY S. TRUMAN
President of the United States of America
JOHN E. PORTE
MIAMI BEACH
Hardeman-Wooten AgencyInsurance
J. V. Hardeman and Harry D. Woolen
223 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-4667
ACE EXTERMINATING CO.
Complete Exterminating Service
FREE INSPECTION
2377 N. W. 77th Terrace Phone 7-5347
VENETIAN MARKET
108 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 2-5941
R. W. BROWN and CO.
A Complete Line of Fertilizers for All Occasions
FEED and SUPPLIES
274 SUNSET DRIVE
Call 4-3375
SOUTH MIAMI
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
1213 Congress Building Phone 2-4958
*
La Vigne Electric
Company
38 N.W. Seventh StreetPhone 2-1759
* Huntington Trowbridge Jr.
"15 Years in Yacht Insurance Exclusively"
PHONE 5-6642
1213 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
m
Washington's Birthday
On Washington's birthday,
an American's thoughts turn
naturally to the foundations of
our republic and to the great
work wrought by the Founding
Fathers.
Throughout a large part of
today's world people cower in
terror of secret police, political
judges, and summary "justice"
(God save the mark!) A few
words laid end to end in the
"wrong" order may cost a man
his head: a political misstep
can wipe out a whole village.
We Americans enjoy the
priceless protections of due
process of law. Our Fathers had
the wisdom to guarantee us
"certain unalineable rights,"
and to root these rights in the
equal creation of all men by
the unchangeable God.
"All men are created equal,"
they said, and "are endowed
by their Creator with certain
unalineable Rights, (and)
among these are Life, Liberty,
and the pursuit of Happiness."
If this be not trueholly
and entirely and literally true
our rliberties rest indeed on
shifting sands. Let us remem-
ber this during Brotherhood
Week (Feb. 20-27). Remember
it! Practice it!
EDWARD J. HEFFRON
Director of Media Relations of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
Up-lo-Dale Van Service
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
ROYAL BAKING
COMPANY
TO ITS FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builder
724 N. W. 21st Street
DR. F. H. FISHER
OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST
921 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-3580
MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES. Inc.
FIRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
Ingraham Building
Phone 3-5471
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
TERMITE PROOFINGFUMIGATINGMOTH PROOFING
Bonded Uniformed Operators
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
Biscayne Exterminating Service, Inc.
303 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-6401
DONT TOLERATEEXTERMINATE
*
Miiq/um, 9nc.
Women's Apparel
738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429
MILLER ELECTRIC
COMPANY
400 S. W. 8th Avenue
PHONE 9-2477
950 N. W. 73rd Street
TIP TOP GROCERY STORES
"THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET
AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES"
27 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 2-8194
1301 West Flagler Street Phone 2-6745
665 N. W. 36th Street Phone 7-6276
2425 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-4461
II. I.. ROBERTSON
PLUMBING PHONE 2-5511
Heating and Gas Installations
"We Cover Greater Miami"
Miami, Fla.
1369 N. Bayshore Drive

Ijkninistrative
,tt* act itself
requirements
which establishes I ment opportunities.
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY, Inc.
Compute Abstract and
Title Insurance Serrice
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN
MIAMI BEACH
Frist National Bank Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
Caruso Iron Works
Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work
Rear of Aviation Building
3240 N. W. 27th Ave.
Phone 82-6714
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JOHN A. MATTHEWS
ACCOUNTANT & AUDITOR
PHONE 2-2412
620 Pan-American Bank Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
KUBBY HOUSE
RESTAURANTS
106 N. Miami Avenue
261 E. Flagler Street
Miami
Phone 3-4859
CHARRON-
WILLIAMS
Commercial College
804 N.E. Second Avenue
Mary Williams, B. S., Director
Miami, Florida
BILT-RITE BLIND CO.
(Not Incorporated)
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BLINDS
CORNICES
REFINISHING REPAINTING
Our New Home
21 Almeria Ave.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-6921
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nil
3807 N.E. 2nd AVE.
DULANEY'S
of MIAMI BEACH. Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441
*
MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY
1013 duPont Building
Phone 2-4033
$
GULP ELECTRIC SERVICE
3529 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4113
yi
PETE GASCOYNE
ALLIED INDUSTRIES CORP.
2851 S. W. 31st Ave.
Miami
BERKLEY LTD., INC.
WOMEN'S APPAREL
"The Friendly Shop"
836 Lincoln Road281 Coral Way
'
Nice Mrs. X is busy
breaking children's hearts
She's good mother .' a kind-
hearted woman. She wouldn't harm
even a fly.
Not deliberately, that it.'
She doesn't stop to consider how
. word a careless, cruel word
will stick in a child's mind. For
yean, perhaps. Maybe for a lifetim$.
So she says
"I wish you wouldn't play with
that new child down the block."
Perhaps she doesn't even say why."
Sla- doesn't have to. Children catch
on. They know why their mother
objects to "that new child."
It's because of his religion. Or
maybe his race.
And socarelessly, unthinkingly
unot her seed of prejudice is planted.
And; down the block; another
child's heart Is broken:
Maybe you know Mrs: Xl Maybe
she lives next doer. Maybi iht Hvtt
iv$n clour than that*
Won't you please think ft over?
*
For our children's sakefor our
own sake; we can all do these three
things to help build a better Amerioai
1. ACCEPT-or reject -people on their bdrrld-
uii worth.
2. DONT LISTEN to, or spread, rarnors sftlnst
a race, or a religion.
3. SPEAK UP, wherever we are, against prej-
udice, and work for nndertttndlnt.
Remember
THAT'S BEING AN AMERICAN
Pnit thia mniKr In public plao*.
Eitri copiea free: Write Adrertttinf Council,
Dept. T.3J, 11 W. *2nd St.. Nw York 18. N.V.
SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON
Builders Contractors
236 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 3-3067
LOTSP1 H II
FLOORING CO.
3800 N. E. 1st Avenue
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
RISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO.
Blue Prints Photostats Drawing Materials
Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouse)
47 N.W. FIRST STREET
Phone 3-3666
THE BLUE DERBY
On the Trail at 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-9315
DINING ROOM, COUNTER
and CURB SERVICE
FULL COURSE DINNER
BLUE PLATE
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH
1
STORE FIXTURES
IIA1 III STORE
25 Years Experience in Fine Cabinet Work at Your Servics
FURNITURE. BANK, OFFICE. STORE & BAR FIXTURES
Made to Order
3240 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 9-7063
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Scott Motor A Salvage Company
2320 N. W. 54th Street
Phone 78.2702
AUTO LOCK AND HARDWARE CO.
SEND US YOUR LOCK TROUBLES
J. P. AND JOHN NILON
1304 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 9-3144
P. RICHARDSON
Iniulaiion Firebrick Tanks Trap* and Regulator!
311 Mendosa Aranue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 4-2201 phone 82.5782

HUNTER LYON, INC.
901 So. Miami Ave. 3-3331
INSURANCE
RIDICULOUS...Isn't It?
If you ever saw an ad lrke this you'd laugh right out foud. Yet,
right now at employment offices throughout our nation, good,
capable men anclwomen are bemg denied good jobs because of
one ugly word
DISCRIMINATION
Discrimination means, of course, that some people would like
to prove that they are better than others, even though science
ind religion) says they're talking through their hats. So they
t.irn thumb* down on men or women who could do the company
a lot of good. Just because of race, religion or the part of the
world their parents came from.
Anybody who discriminates against a fellow American be-
ccuse of race or religion is playing right into the hands of those
who don't want Democracy to work. America is proving to the
DIXIE HOME
IMPROVEMENT CO.
ROOFING. ASBESTOS SIDING
INSULATION
1016 N. Miami Ave.
Phones 2-32163-7589
world that Democracy is working hereand that it is working
better every day.
For our own sake-fbr America's sake, we can all do these
three things to help the cause of unity:
I, Atttpt or r.f*r paopl* onfy on thiir Individual worth.
J. Don't litlm fo, or tpread, rvmen oyoimf a rat: or o rttighn.
3. Spaak up, whwivf you or., against pr./udic, for letoWondJng.
KfMEMBtR MAI* UINO AN AMMfCAN
Pott tkk mfr 'n pabfta p/*ot. Extra copitt Irm:
Writ* AdnrtMnt Coundk Dpt. T-SO,
IS W.u 43th 8trt. N Ytk If. N. Y.
HANCOCK
Refrigeration Co.
"FRIGIDAIRE DEALER"
Solos and Service
3637 N. W. 17th Ave.
Phono 7-7276
H. C. HANCOCK, Prop.
Bond Transfer Co.
Trucking
1812 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-3144
ABBOTT ELECTRIC INC.
RESIDENTIAL
INDUSTRIAL
MARINE STORES
Wiring Repairs
Alterations of All Kinds
3400 North Miami Avenue
PHONES: 3-82847-3082
HICHTEfl'S
JEWELRY CO., Inc.
160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-2197
ACME SUPPLY
COMPANY
Specialists in
ROOFING-METAL WORK
Gutters, Leaders, Skylights
Ventilators Boats Tanks
Air-Conditioning
1905 N. W. First Court
PHONE 9-1807
FLAMINGO PLAZA HOTEL
1Q55 Meridian Ave.
Miami Beach
"GENE"
Groover's
Pharmacy
i
401 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
9
S. II. KRESS
& CO.
5-10-25c STORE
1201 Washlnot-n Pv-iue
MIAMI 1EACH. FLA.
*
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
West Flagler StreetAt the Bridge
ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO, INC.
General Contractors
Now Located 1827 Purdy Ave.
Phone 58-3133
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
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PAGE TWENTY
Camp Osceola To
Hold Reunion
Camp Osceola for Boys and
Girls held its annual camp
reunion at the home of the di-
rectors, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sil-
ver, 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami
Beach on Sunday afternoon, at
3 p.m. Campers, friends and par-
ents attended the affair.
The Silvers announce regis-
tration for the 1949 summer
season. Camp will open July 3
and close August 27. This season
is the twenty-fifth anniversary
of the boys camp and the fourth
year under the Silvers' operation.
Parents interested in enrolling
their children in either Camp Os-
ceola for Boys or Camp Osceola
for Girls may contact the di-
rectors at 5-5975 or 5-4239.
Mr. Silver is a member of the
faculty of the school of education
of the University of Miami and is
now on leave of absence from the
Dade County public schools. His
wife. Belle Segal Silver, is active
in community work and is presi-
dent of Tropical Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women.
Among the old campers present
were: Tobianne Banowitz, Roberta
Cameron. Sandra DeLeon, Susan
Fenton, Harriet Gar.s, Lillian Gil-
man, Ruth Gorden. Joy and Susan
Kane, Francine Kaufman, Bar-
bara and Paulette Kohn, Helen
Liss, Barbara Rosen, Norman
Wolfson, Sidney Ehrtns, Samuel
Fishman. Bill Gorden, Buddy
Levin. Stephen Maloff, Norman
Segal, Kenneth Sher. Paul Shorr.
Steven Tendrich, and Bernard
Wolfson.
Counselers present were: Tom
:
Beach Center Religious
School Opens New Class
Harry Sirkin, chairman of the
daily Religious School of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, an-
nounces the opening of a new
beginners class in Hebrew, to be
held at the School Building, 1415
Euclid Ave.
This class for new students
started sessions Monday after-
noon. Children from the North
Beach area will be picked up and
returned by car. Parents are urged
to register their children immedi-
ately for this new class.
For further details, please con-
tact the Center office58-2503.
Herbert Silver
Hayden. Richard Kirshberg, Peter
and Helen Cushing, Edith Fisher,
Selma Hayden, Ann Tobin, Irvin
Katz, Mickey Einhorn, Gigi
Bryant. Doris Hyman, Allen
Shaw, Art and Bernice Griffith.
Burd Is Honored
By JWV Post
At a recent meeting of the
Norman Bruce Brown Post No.
174. Jewish War Veterans, a cer-
tificate of merit "for outstanding
services, not only to the post, but
to the veterans of this area as a
whole." was voted to Jack Burd.
Burd, a resident of this area
for over 20 years, is now con-
fined to the Veterans Hospital,
and the presentation was made
to him in his room at the hospital
Saturday by Obbie Rosenthal,
commander of the post. Com-
mander Rosenthal was accom-
panied by Hy M. Morris, adjutant;
Sid Horn, senior vice command-
er: Frank Kline, quartermaster;
Ted Lingaton, trustee, and Mrs.
Rose Horn, president of the ladies
auxiliary.
Prior to his forced retirement
from all activities, a year ago,
Burd was state service oficers
for the State of Florida, service
officer for the Norman Bruce
Brown Post, and service officer
for the state department of the
Jewish War Veterans.
AD/yt.25*
Kennel
West Flagler St. at 37th Ave.'Post Time
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*knisfi fhridHair}
Jewish Quiz Box
Q.: What is a Chuppah?
A The term Chuppah is the
name given to the br.dal camopy
under which bride and groom are
married according to Jewish tradi-
tion.
*
Q.: What is the origin of this
term?
A.: The term Chuppah sup-
posedly comes from a Hebrew
word meaning to cover. Since the
canopv is in reality a cover of a
sort, it is fittingly referred to as
a chuppah which literally means
a cover.
*
Q.: Why is it necessary lo have
a Chuppah at a traditional wed-
ding ceremony?
A.: The simplest reason ad-
vanced is the fact that in Jewish
life marriage is regarded as a
revered institution. Thus, a Jew
cannot just select his wife and
take off with her anywhere that
he pleases. From the early days,
marriage required a special place
a private atmosphere of some
sort. Thus, for example, it is
claimed by many that the original
connotation of the term Chuppah
indicated the room which bride
and groom had chosen to occupy.
It was customary, then, for the
bride and groom to be married
in the room they expected to oc-
cupy and ther. to be left alone to
each other as a symbol of belong-
ing to each other. Even to this
day the observant Jews require
the bride and groom to be ushered
into a room after the ceremony
to be left alone to eat for a while
as a symbil of their newly-won
right to privacy and belonging to
each other.
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
50 West Flagler Street
INVESTORS
SYNDICATE
duPont Building
PHONE 82-7641
YOU ARE WELCOME TO
PRACTICE GOLF
At The
West Flagler
Driving ltange
2901 W. Flagler St. Ph. 48-9170
Jewish Youth
In Jai Alai Debut
Martin Perfit, only American-
Jewish Jai Alai professional in
the history of the sport, made his
successful debut at the Biscayne
Fronton in Miami last week when
ho came in to place in a match
with seasoned international stars.
A native of Brooklyn, Martin
was a student at the University
of Miami until entering the army
in 1946. While stationed in Brus-
sels, Belgium, the Jewish youth
first familiarized himself with the
cesta and pelota. Following his
return to Miami where he re-
entered the University, Martin
obtained permission to practice
at the Fronton.
A brilliant future in a sport
hitherto limited to the Basques
and Latins is being predicted for
Martin Perfit whose career will
be followed eagerly by Miami's
Jewish Jai Alai enthusiasts.
HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
P0HY BAR
224 North Miami Avenu.
PHONE 2-9428
JEWELS SILVER
WORKS OF ART
Furniture. Antiques and Curioi
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1109 Lincoln Rd., Miami Bejch
A. SCHORR, Representatiw
Business Phone 58-1025
Residence Phone 2-2503
FRANK STRAW
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
ELECTRICAL LIGHTING AND SERVICE
1236 N. E. 2nd Avenue
BABY DIE-DEE DIAPER SERVICE
AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR
DIAPERS & BABY CLOTHES
2111 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 95593
FEUER A USENiim KeolbA
Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road, Miami-Beach
SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS
14 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach
LEO EISENSTEIN W. I. FEUER
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Your Smooth Tires have
more TRAIIE-1X Value
when you buy
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puts a new SEIBERLIN
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Balance $1.25 per week
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3539 N.W. 17th AVE. 1840 ALTON RD.M
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TRULY NOLEN. President
ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS
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5-YEAR
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5-3444
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; in Miami: Attociated Stores. Burdine'e. Byron'i and Municipal Auditorium (last week) Wl Miami Beach? M.ami Beach Radio, Sk, Fifth Ave Condave's Mu.ic Information Mrs. A. Van Straaten—Vanderbilt Hotel-5-0761 Ruth Brotman 5-3042 SPONSORED BY MIAMI BEACH JUNIOR HADASSAH |Body Of Beach Sergeant Returned From England S/Sgt. Arthur Silverman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Silverman, Ml2 Royal Palm Ave, Miami 3cach. is one of five Florida war dead recently returned to this bountiv from military cemeteries fn England, the Army department feported this week. Aboard the B-24 Liberator "Belle of Boston" when {it went down in April, 1944, over Europe, Sgt. Silverman was fcwarded the air medal with oak |leaf cluster posthumously. He joined the Air Force October 15, and had completed 13 missions from his base in England efore i e was killed. Workmen's Circle To Hold Concert Workmen's Circle, Branch 692. and its Women's Club will launch Jewish Music Month with a concert devoted to Yiddish and Hebrew folk songs and recitations, which will take place Sunday evening at.8:30 at the New Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Brocha Skulnick, nationally known soprano who has just completed a successful tour of the South, will offer a selection of Yiddish, Ghetto and Israeli songs. Also on the program will be Rose Shoshano, famous European actress and novelist who will recite poetry of Bialik and Segalowitch. Claire Warshaw, 'cellist with the University of Miami Symphony will play Bruck's Kol Nidre and other selections. Anyuta Melicov will be at the piano. Tickets are $1.20 and may be purchased at the door. Sholem Luncheon Group To Hear Father Gibson In observance of Brotherhood Week, Father Theodore Gibson of the Christ Episcopal Church of Coconut Grove will be the guest speaker at Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith weekly luncheon meeting today at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtowers Restaurant, Seybold Bldg. Mrs. Friedman Will Present Safer Torah I To Beach Jewish Center MrsLena Friedman will preIson! a Safer Torah to the Miami Beach Jewish Center tomorrow Imorning at the Sabbath services. |Mrs. Friedman will be hostess at IShalos Seudos tomorrow afterInoon. The donor invites all her [friends to be present at both afI fairy. CAMP LENNI-LEN-A-PE SALISBURY MILLS. N. Y. For Boys and Girls Ages 4-16 Ideal Altitude for Florida Children Everything in Camping on Our Private Grounds Individual Attention For Information Call 5-6631 Ask for Room 216 Mrs. Halsband, Co-Director In Miami through Feb. 24th VOTE FEB. 18, 1949 GRANT STOCKDALE For STATE LEGISLATURE As A REPRESENTATIVE OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF DADE COUNTY CAPABLE DEPENDABLE • AGGRESSIVE (Paid Pol. Adv.) Are neckties really more important? [<5M Consider how unthinkable it would be to sayto a friend, "Bill, I want you to go out and buy me a house. I haven't the time to do it myseli." You wouldn't dream of making so deeply personal a purchase in an offhand, any-old-thing-will-do fashion. Yet, think of it! Scarcely a week goes by but some "friend of the family" comes to us to arrange hurriedly for burial space that another had "not had the time" to provide. Isn't it grotesque, almost, that many a man who would never allow another to select his neckties will yet thoughtlessly leave the choice of his own family plot to another? Would you? MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY OFFERS YOU 1. WISE COUNSELING in selecting the plot to meet your need. 2. BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPING that lends beauty to the final tribute to the departed loved one. 3. PERPETUAL CARE for your burial estate is provided at no extra cost to you. 4. Special Mount Nebo "Pre-need" Plan to make such a purchase easy for you. For full particulars, write or phone: MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue Olympia Building Office Phone 3-3720 -fer~&*SW4; i*Wiii*



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PAGE SIX >ki*trkridi2r_ RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY %  %  Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Fri i at ] %  %  %  %  -; %  • %  %  In i i .' ...%  %  K at 10 i %  ;' lei %  Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. .. %  • %  • .:.. %  %  • .i .-•:.. %  S UI Mlti %  • %  %  •' • t 6:40 n %  at T .-.%  %  a S • .'•: -..-. Beth El (Orthonth Ave. Rabbi Cantor Milton Miami Beach Jewish Comnmnity Center Ccr.serraf.re -• Washington Are.. Miami JetA Rabbi Irving Lo hrmw CWMOi Jacob Y. Goidriag. • %  Si %  • Miami Hebrew School i'i COB gregaticn Orthodox % %  %  12th Ave. Rabb: S.rr-r April Canto: Berele Kelemer. Temple Israel (Reform). 137 v r ifth St. Habbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Hibr: Emeritus. ..-. %  a! S lj '' %  %  ". • n *B, •.-.. %  • Mis* N H (General). 3346 Saturday Israel I Israelite Center S.W 24th St .. %  I Congregation Keneseth Orthodox 432 Espanola Way Miami Beach. %  .. United Jewish ScfiOOli Nortl Campus. University :'. Miami. Oversea! PeMieh Matzo Paekagea \o\v Available more %  families oliday Mai ischewitz fim matzo •. Coral Gables Jewish Cer.ter (Liberal). Regular 5 ,. u„_„ Pratt d %  i gr %  ••.% wnere %  %  • N Congregation dox). 590 S.W. Murray Grauer, Friedman. i • at J .• i : %  mar.i I \ will %  %  %  • • %  ii %  %  t tl .* %  %  '. : .. ; %  to %  • Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Ri M ;: • • %  I • .%  I %  %  • %  %  • 10:3". Hebri • ar.'l Mil daily • SUp Covers Upholstering f Draperies Head Boards Cornices Mad* to Order Reasonably Priced f< | Quality work guaranteed f\ THE ORIGINAL JOSEPH J.I 1RAWLS0N j 704 N. E. lit AVENUE I \\ PHONE 3-0151 B I FOR REPRESENTATIVE I WITH SAMPLES • %  • %  %  • • • %  %  .. %  %  %  • %  Sal • %  '• • Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish: Cantor Samuel Kelemer. y evening ser Kroi • %  • ; Ihi %  %  Hebrew • ;i Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. '•' %  • • • %  %  %  %  %  %  l "The l %  %  • • %  %  %  | | i li brew t os. 1 • nd 8 a.n the H .... :.;•.' '' % %  • it 6:1 Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065 Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday < • services at 8:15 %  • %  Ihi K. • %  %  • • • %  %  % %  ed t :• %  i %  > %  • ; .• -• • • |. Betty Halam A •. trlM full *• Ri lig la cli at 10 ;i m Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. Sabbath servli • %  Pi • i Ransoi %  • Thi Ri i>f thi i! Ten • Mi tl Cl f the H terlal As%  • ( • • Brotherhood %  • poslum on Chi will follow Partli ipating v. I' 1 1 V Soi 6 nen, ;.:•-! % %  Oreati r !•'• I. %  %  r.eighare Passover ;-;..: | e ar.d Israel ;.: .• :\ itz Matzos lucts \,lusivcly. [t I packed and sealed I | ing carton— I ar.d mailed • posl fice. N wrapping I: tl ere is no othi ial charge. ... thi package at • I i regular retail prici %  Manisi hewitz Passover plu tew pennies for ntainer. Then ad• and bring it yourself to :.• rest post office. Already, thousands of people ntage of this convenient nd mical new way to pi thi nes overth Manischewitz Matzos freshly baked for mei I a road. It is suggested that you buy and ir.ail your Mani ewitz Overseas Passover Mat.i i a< kages now. to assure de:. time for the holiday. PLANTS & SHRUBS For Sale Reasonable JOSEPH MELNICK 1252 N. W. 33rd St. Tel. 3-7115 I WANT MY MILK 25th YEAR Camp Osceola Thoroughly Modern Separate Camps for Jewish Boys and Girls. On Lake Osceola and Mills River, "I n the Land of the Sky." Hendersonville, N. 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Mtanl Uock NOW AIR CONDITIONED Full Course Dinners from $145 Special Delicatessen Plattm Sandwiches Luncheon Kishka Knishes Strudil Kosher Buffet Tray Serrict To Your Home We Retail Delicateisen orris Drolh ers ONLY DEPARTMENT STORE ON THE BEACH 1261 Wasbincrton Avenue VISIT OUR BRAND NEW FASHION STORE 68-72 East Flagler Street Complete and 5bependalJe cli/Ie &\m IAMI TITLt & Obstruct Co. 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE M Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Assets Over $2,000,00000 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-6661 .early $2,000,000.00 ii liberal dividends ha?e %  •• %  paid to DADE FEDERAL SAVEISi RESOURCES EXCEED $22,000,000.00 twees $i.5O.0O0.N PeaUal S*ff jOS£PH M. UfTON. f** 4>Vt NCWTMIAS! FllSt



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1949 *knislfkr id/an PAGE SEVEN Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Oolered Help Phone. 9-6317 — t-tm %  61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERO, Owner OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phono 5-5419 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look Tor the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 Essen Construction Co. 2052 N.W. Second Ave. Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 For Dependable Reliable Service Call "The Real McCoy" 89-2278 McCOY TYPEWRITER SERVICE Free Estimates—Pick-up and Delivery Keys and Radio Repair 9700 N.W. 7th Ave. I. RAY MILLS Investigations, Inc A COMPLETE SERVICE Criminal Civil Domestic SPECIALLY TRAINED RELIABLE STAFF Phone 82-5611 Biscayno Bldg. Mrs. Boeninger Named To Post Mrs. Sidney Boeninger has been appointed B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters representative on the hospital advisory committee of the Pratt Veterans' Hospital in Coral Gables. Announcement of Mrs. Boeningf.r's appointment was received by B'nai B'rith Council here from the office of Mrs. Nathan H. Levy, District Grand Lodge No. 5 Women's Organization president. Mrs. Boeninger will serve on the hospital committee to coordinate veterans services extended through the ten B'nai B'rith women's units in the greater Miami area. Mrs. Sidney Covner has been named as Mrs. Boeninger's alternate. The B'nai B'rith women's chapters maintain a year-round veterans service program at Pratt Hospital consisting of birthday parties, entertainment nights, guest and gift nights and many other aids to veterans. Mrs. Boeninger has been active in the organization of the Cerebral Palsy Unit in this area and has served widely with other civic and service groups. Gerstein Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Harry S. Gerstein, husband of Mrs. Ethel Gerstein, father of Richard Earle and Marian Lydia, brother of Mrs. Vivian Pace and Morris J. Gerstein, will take place Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Gerstein was well known for his participation in communal projects. He was an active worker for the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and a member of the board of the Miami YMHA. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. Dock Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Rose Dock will take place Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the City Cemetery, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 19th St. Mrs. Dock was the mother of Mrs. Lillian Buan, Mrs. Sarah Spector, I. M., Samuel and William Dock. She was a pioneer resident of this area, having resided here since 1914. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. Beach Auxiliary, Home For Aged To .Sponsor Tea The annual membership tea of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will take place Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock, at the Monte Carlo Hotel, Collins Ave. and 65th St., Miami Beach, Mrs. Benjamin Appel* acting president, has announced. Judge Harold B. Spaet, president of the home, will extend greetings to the assembly and a musical program featuring Martha Redding, pianist and vocalist, will be presented. Mrs. Harry Danziger and a large committee are assisting Mrs. Appel with arrangements. Admission is by one or more new members. A small fee will be charged to all members unable to bring a new member. Feldman Named Flagler-Granada Center Prexy Herman Feldman has been elected president of the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center, replacing Samuel Weber who resigned recently. The newly organized group has announced the purchase of an acre of ground, situated at 51st Ave. and N.W. 1st St., on which a community center building will be erected. Rabbi Morris Skop of Orlando addressed a meeting of the organization last night. Persons interested in joining the Flagler-Granada Center are invited to attend the meetings which are held on the first and third Thursdays of each month at the Coral Gables Women's Club at 8 o'clock; also the bowling matches which take place every Tuesday night at 9:30 at the Palladium. West Miami Group To Hold Social Wednesday The West Miami Jewish Center will hold a social Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at 1000 S.W. 67th Ave. (rear of Silo's Sundry Store) in commemoration of Brotherhood Week. Louis Golden is chairman of the event. The Center religious committee is planning a Purim dance to be held Saturday, March 19. Morton Beigel is supervising the affair. An official vote on the future religious policy of the group resulted in a 39 to 2 tally for continuation with the conservative policy. Bialik Branch To Meet Bialik Branch No. 290 of the Jewish National Workers' Alliance will sponsor a malave malke every Saturday night at 8 p.m. at the Hotel Harrison, Washington Ave. and 4th St., Miami Beach. Members, as well as visiting Chaverim and Chaveroth of the Zionist movement, are welcome to participate in round table discussions, Jacob P. Tarr announces. Reading and discussion will be based upon historic and current events. Refreshments will be served. Miami Realtor Reports On Rio Vacation J. E. Marqua, of the Miami Real Estate Mart, 7117 Biscayne Blvd., is back in Miami following a vacation spent in Rio de Janeiro where he visited his son. Captain Charles E. Marqua. According to the realtor, the American dollar "that has only about 60 per cent of its former purchasing power here at home, can be exchanged in Brazil for the equivalent of $1.25." Mr. Marqua states that for this amount one can purchase a five-pound steak an inch and a half thick. New Settlements To Be Formed In Galilee And Negev BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)—Four new settlements for immigrants from Argentina will soon be established in the Negev and in the Galilee, Arieh Chill, Jewish Agency representative in Latin America, reported here this week He recently returned from Israel where he accompanied a group of Jewish industrialists from this country who surveyed economic conditions in the new state. BORSCHT SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Distributed by PALM DISTBIBUTOBS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Ha. Phone 3-6866 NOW OPEN LONDON ARMS HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM Serving Steaks—Chops—Chicken and all Jewish Delicacies 727 COLLINS AVE. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jeistrkrkl&n i. < Personally Speaking • • • tOber! 3677 S.W. 23rd St., have as mothers Mn Pauline Gilbert and Mrs. •/"p a w ho Mm* to attend the Bar i| Berle. n/ 4 : S-z.zzzr.zr. :: Indiana Harbor are visiti dauchter the Rev and Mrs. Joseph Ave The Salomons will spend a month V--\'_: ; PcHsci 388 S'.W 6th S' have as their -:_iVr. ?:'iz:-';j-r:= Mrs 1 Lear :: Ch ittanooga,' --a ?•!'= -^ : :: r _-.:..-..-. r. Mi Lear is expected to join :.-. :;-_.•• ::.-.j.v.: next week Mr r-: Mn Herbert SilTer directors :: Tarr-r Csceola, ---.-; %  icaec-ess Miss ?.z Silver financial secretary oi B ... -1T--.-V: -' : = -'•_ %  %  + ----' I.' visiting ber brother, his zis.zer.z? 32C Be— •.'."." Bernice Namoff To Join Summer B Mr 13 %  S W I6th ;-. %  --. %  :-: %  %  the %  — -l_r %  %  • 3 Mn SauJ He !" a r. hdcy ias: weekend Miami Beach H.gh %  : ling znd cano..v dinner Saturday Mis* He—an. a :.: 8c V.T :cle :: Silent Suzie in z :z.~:z JZ y.za William L. Serr.crke: To Become Bar Mitzvah f ~T: n Z38C : ~ %  ?I are visitAlton Road, *• — ., • — E t t _., %  %  -: %  • .--:-.-. Beth D ivid. Wuhi ••-•:• r.t at S • • '. %  Hig %  • E • it Troop N 1^ z %  %  z-z: : p* • : 3-.::rt:r Conn., is .' _': .uceoch -s ".he mother :.-. *:: i r -.-. %  :$•. -. me firm of I. r -''-,„ • A .. | Histadrulh To Meet T? H • •:. 7 rout ] • which is the H^cr^v.wganizai Mi-. H< take place. All interScheir-berg 4i." S.W 9th Ave. has just reire Montgomery Ala., where she visited her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Cline, and grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Klein, 2437 S.W. 13th St., announce -;'/• '-' %  '-' daughter Barbara Anita, born January 28 in Victoria Hospital. The mother is the former Margaret Bronstein, aaug.-.ter c: Mis. Elsie Kramer. The paternal grandmother is Mrs. Rosie Klein. Mrs. Seymour Kaplan, 3004 Douglas Road, Coral Gables ann the birth of a son, Peter Louas, born January 24. rhe mother is the former Mcrvelle Adler, daughter of Mr and Mrs. George Adler, 1096 Venetian Way, Miami Beach. ^ ^ After a trip to San Francisco, Los Angeles and New Orleans, y : ''-' ::; Emanuel Larick, New York, will be auests at the Atlantic -%  •'•'~ s Hotel. Miami Beach, for the next three weeks. Mrs Lanck is the former Eva Plant of this city. Burlington Vt. couples enjoying a group vacation at the Shelborne are Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Alpert with Mr. and Mrs. taward B. Reiter. Both have numerous friends and relatives i, by whom they are being entertained. In the Alperts' family 8 in Mtami are Mr. Aipert's uncle, Jay Alpert, Mrs. Alpert's uncle ana cunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wise, and Mr. and Mrs Ben amin Femperg and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goldman. Enter•yr:t/Z R %" s n ? v |., been ***• ^^s uncle. Sam Blank, -;/% s ; "^ ISJverman and Dr. and Mrs. Leo Gross'^:Z:'ZS: : t ^department store owner in Burlington. Mr. Reiter, formerly of Albany. N. Y„ is an attorney there ., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stahl. 5161 S.W. 4th St., have as their TODAY i/iru TUESDAY IN PERSON ON THE STAGE AARON LEBEDEFF and MALVINA RAPPEL ON THE SCREEN ESTHER FIELD IRVING JACOBSON YETTA ZWERLING "ELI ELI" South Miami Beach FEATURING ALL YIDDISH STAGE & SCREEN SHOWS PLAZA THEATRE COMING WED., FEB. 23 Cantor Samuel Malavsky and hi. Family Choir Big N. Y. Company mcludina the MARIAN SISTERS-A11 In Person ONSCREEN THE WARSAW ^ HE Vow „ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fieldi will present a Safer Torah to lh Miami Beach Jewish Center at Sabbath serrices tomorrow morning. The Fields are pioneer residents of this area and have been active in communal and religious affairs. The donors have invited their friends to be present at the acceptance ceremonies durinq which Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address the guests. Mrs. Fields has issued a special invitation to members of Beth David Sisterhood in which she was an ardent worker. They will be hosts ?t a kiddush following the services where a number of prominent Miamians will participate. Sonya Danbaum Weds Samuel Rabin The marriage of Sonya Joan i Danbaum. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ben F. Danbaum, 200 West R:vo A'.to Dr., Miami Beach, to Samuel Joseph Rabin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabin of Dayton, Ohio, was solemnized Sunday in the garden of the bride's parents. The service was performed by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The bridal gown was fashioned of white silk organza over taffeta cut on sixteenth century lines. The fitted bodice featured an off-the-should double scalloped bertha. The scalloping was repeated in the skirt which ended in a slight train. A circular fir.gertip-length veil of imported illusion fell from a scalloped coronet which.was worn well on the bock of the head. Mrs. Sylvia Kessler, New Rochelle, N. Y., served as matron of honor and Lillian Grosi of Miami Beach was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Barbara Lightfoot. Maspeth. N. Y., Barbara Wachtel. New York, and Gloria Cohen, Miami Beach. Linda Adelman and Gayle Susan Browne were flower girls. Mrs. Danbaum chose a royal blue silk marquisette gown "for the occasion; Mrs. Rabin blue grey crepe. Best man was Chester Kessler and seating the guests were Ronald Agar and Fred Goldberg of Miami Beach, Jack Wachtel, New York, and Edmund O'Connor, Jr.. Chicago. A reception followed the ceremony and later a formal dinner party was given for family and guests at the Versailles Hotel. The bride is a graduate of Kemper Hall in Kenosha, Wis., and now attends the University of Miami. Mr. Rabin is also a student at the University of Miami, where he is a member of Mrs. Samuel Rabin Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. After a tour of the state, the couple will reside in Miami Beach. 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)AY/ FEB RUARY 18, 1949 +JewlsliFhrldliari PAGE NINE Personally Speaking mmmm m Lucille Yuran Lucille Yuran tetrothal Told iSaul B. Yuran of the Wilshire Ld Coral Reef Hotels and Mrs. Jorence Yuran of New York City ave announced the betrothal of feir daughter, Lucille, to Irving Brenner. [The bride-elect was graduated om Minim High school and is DW attending the University of liami. Her fiance attended fchools in New York and Washfgton. D. C [june 5 has been set for the Redding. Carolyn Saffer Sets Mar. 27 For Wedding Mr. aid Mrs. Harry Saffer, 1425 |.W. 18th St., announce the enagement and approaching mar£age of their daughter, Carolyn, ) Charles Nathan Bracker, son of Irs. Violet Blacker and the late lurray Bracker of New York and ivannah, Ga. Sunday, March 27, has been set the wedding date. ni;J?w er !fS friends a^ relatives attended the bris of Robert Elliott Horovitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Horovitz, 1930 S.W 5th 2"Mr anH M 7 ro p" 10011 'ft^ 6 The mother is the da ghter 8L2S\£iir!: gen6 l ? chwartz < McKeesport and among th P ,on M 616 %  ?S H^ 8 hom McK eesport. The father Lrf !" P ?• ^u and Ma Adol P h Horovitz < Mia !" Beach. Sf i, Z V h great arondfather. Herbert Halieh and Rita Schwartz are the godparents. Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer performed the ceremony. r Cleveland Ohio, couples spending winter vacations at the Sovereign include Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ratner, Mr. and Mrs. William Lipman. Mr. and Mrs. George Janowitz and Dr. and Mrs. Moms Schuster and the Schusters* small daughter, Ruth Ann. Mrs. Ratner's sister is a Miami Beach resident, Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, active civic leader. Freguent cabana guests of the Lipmans at the Sovereign are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bauer of Miami and Cleveland. Mrs. Sylvia Raab of Brooklyn, N. Y., is visiting her son, Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of Temple Isaiah. She will remain here several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Uia Schwetz, Brooklyn, N. Y., are spending their annual vacation at the Revlin Hotel. The Brooklynites will be entertained during their stay by their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, 1630 S.W. 10th St. Film Forum Slated For This Afternoon At Colony The next film forum of the National Council of Jewish Women will take place at the Colony Restaurant this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The film to be presented will be "The Cummington Story." The public is invited and tickets may be purchased at the door. Manfred Hagen Becomes Bar Mitzvah at Beth Jacob Manfred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leibisch Hagen, 795 84th St., Miami Beach, be^___ came Bar Mitzvah, Saturday, January 22, at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. A reception followed the ceremonies. The Bar Mitzvah was honored at a dinner Sunday, January 23, at the Helene Hotel. Manjred Hagen Manfred is an eighth grade student at Miami Beach Junior High. '\iilax\o Hotel — Pool — Cabana Colony On the Ocean at Seventeenth Direction JAMES J. CARROLL CHAS. C. GOLDBERG Resident Manager Telephone 5-6061 OPEN 8:30 A.M. TO 6 P.M. THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE CHEESE HOUSE IN THE SOUTH WISCONSIN CHEESE HOUSE KOSHER AMERICAN SWISS GRUYERE GOUDA ElWkJ* Average EDAMS i'/* ibs. 150 VARIETIES OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CHEESE CHEESE 79c 59c 69c $1.60 Carol Stern Pledged To Edward W. Plaut Announcement has been made of the engagement of Carol Stern to Edward W. Plaut, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Plaut, 3131 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach. The bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Stern of Scarsdale, N. Y., will receive her degree from the New York University School of Education in June. Her fiance, who spent four years in the Navy, is a graduate of Miami Beach High. He attended the University of Florida. Noted Historian Will Speak Here Feb. 25, 27 Dr. Jacob Shotzky, eminent historian, linguist and lecturer will speak on the "Inception and Direction of the Yiddish Scientific Institute" at a reception to be given in his honor by the local society of Friends of the Yiddish Scientific Institute February 25 at 8 p.m. at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. On Sunday, February 27, at 7:30 p.m. also at the lyceum the visitor will speak on "The Last Ten Centuries in Jewish History." Helene Pearlman Betrothal Announced The engagement of Helene Pearlman to Gilbert Bruce Rozran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rozran, 2346 S.W. 17th Terr., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pearlman of Washington. The bride-elect is a student at the University of Miami. Mr. Rozran, a veteran of the Navy Air Corps, is a graduate of Miami High school and is now attending the University of Miami, where he is president of the Miami chapter of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America. The wedding will take place September 4 in Washington. REFUSE SUBSVTU7ES: 0UNE! Billowitz Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mayer Billowitz, formerly of Buffalo, N. Y., and Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 12:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky officiating. Friends are asked to attend. RECOMMENDED for invalids, babies and special diet cases BESTBUTTER SWEET, SALWWHIPPED Engagement Revealed The bethrothal of Blossom Pfeffer to David S. Goldfine is announced by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pfeffer of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. Goldfine is the son of Mrs. Jennie Goldfine of 900 Pennsylvania Ave., resident of Miami Beach for the past 14 years. The bride-elect attended New York City College. Her fiance served in the Army for four years and was graduated from Miami Beach High school. He attended the University of Miami and Walsh School of Business. An early summer wedding is planned in New York. TO OUR FRIENDS: We thank the following Proprietors of the Hotels and officers of the Congregations of Miami Beach for their assistance and cooperation. Our ability to maintain this worldspiritual lighthouse is partly due to your understanding. Congregation Beth Jacob, Cong. Beth Tfilah. Tides Hotel, Helene Hotel Belvedere HoteL Hotel Abrams. An Nell HoteL Nemo Hotel. Netherlands Hotel, Alamac HoteL Hotel Tiffany, London Arms HoteL Hotel Revlin, Hotel Edwards. Hotel Astor, Lafayette HoteL George Washington HoteL Sea Breexe Hotel, Walburne HoteL William Penn HoteL Hotel Empire, Hotel Franklin, Granada HoteL Hotel Boston and a number of hotels to follow. YESHIYA UNIVERSITY RABBI ISAAC H. EVER, Southern Director 1416 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach BUILDING COMING DOWN ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT Men's Haberdashery $1.00 $2.00 TIES Now 3 for $1.00 FULL LINE Swim Trunks formerly $2.95 Now $1.47 Shirts Large Selection SPORT, POLO & CABANA All Colors $2.95 $3.95 grade Now f 1.99 Many othvr Items included 5E.FLAGLERST. Opposite Burdine's BEGINNING MONDAY AT duPONT BLDG., MIAMI CHOICE OF THE HOUSE SUITS COATS TOPPERS 25% off Imagine, saving 25% on your new suit and coat right in the heart of the season—100% wool Gabadines, Tweeds, Worsteds and Flannels— All with that look that says "well bred, genuity, gcoa iaste" m Sizes lor Women, Misses and Juniors



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MIAMH L.TEI. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME v WE OfFIClALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTON JEWISH FWERAL NtMES fn/ormatkyi Cladi, fumatmd on Request SERVING" MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jew ish %  I JOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director Obituaries MINOR GROSSMAN L,t,^^vrVe f r.e > nr.^ tnen. by the Beach Men i i! I hapel. CHARLES JUSTER Of 123S Pennsylvania Av< *•> %  % % % % % %  ;,;:• Interment DJ • %  apel. SAMUEL OLINSKY i w ... 21* N.W. 4th 81 £? ." |y at his ho. • Remains wen sen] to New md burial by Gordon i al Home. DAVID FINKEL '• ••• %  %  '' ,'. i ... pebi larj %  %  -. • • • iii lb: Rlv; pel of Mian M Kffi Beach, %  VJ.Vh' M.-,i.,M^. MRS ANNA LAVINE raiDAYj-EBRUARv J "v^Ta* W?Sffi Mi Nebo • ,.n |.l.u JACOB BRAUNHEIM \-. 54, Mia I %  • %  J wa ? %  V I ro fro nufacl • %  %  %  %  • • • -.: I Beach 1 SHERRY GOLDBERG \g, 71 I23S % %  • • AVI Miami %  '•* %  • : .• f this an Hi %  -••' %  Sen-ices were hi Id al %  : % %  mortal i '• gent to N( ITork 1 MRS. ANNA FINKEL Of 900 Jeffi Miami Bi %  hospital Shi eaves her %  i\; : Milton M • %  ]' two da ughti rs, Mrs I Mrs. 8 N V I • %  %  • rial i "hai i i Rai Lehr; were shl • -.. • %  %  furthi ent ESRAEL YOBLONSKY Affe ".i N.E. 5th St., .it his hi me Ri n Newai k, N J ent by I H %  „. tc n rlih He la survived bj ma %  '• i ,,,.,,„ three broth, two starare I Simon April MYER DAVID TRAUB 16 WW 24th St., pi I : l his Kitt; %  were set I I, .v J., for si es and In%  %  MRS. REBECCA LORENBLUM e v of S.W 2th 81 rday. She I the past tw ngham, Ala ... i \ o M >rrls ol Miami, and %  Loi Angt-lei % %  rvlved 1 It m andnlldren and I great I t to Illi minghain f< i ..! by t he • lordon al Home. LEONARD LOSCHER • i 8 W _"th St., pa • awaj Ii %  • -ii. %  his wife, ROBI Remains were shipped P f. %  Bervl ••and %  • by the Sordon Fun< Age 64, %  ii awaj HYMAN LAIBSON of :n;i s.W. 27th Lane, iddei A ELI APPLOFF ., Ulvd passed II. leaves a ion, Winter! N y 0 rk for sen • and inter...... i r %  ral Home, HOWARD KAY .x : n Road. Miami ,,. Miami Beach realresidence l-,-i.niar> ... lV |fe, bfe; M Boyd. Ivan, tart service; .,. h with Rabbi folman A. ... Ren ilna w re for burial. MRS. ROSA STEIN l f .••.-. ksonvllle, died Mrs. Stein leaves six ft] i" "' .,.,, • ...... and b irial toog llle. ISAAC R. GOLDMAN _\ t 64. ol %  N E 2nd Ave., died ., resident "f ,-wirs He I hi* .. ... ighters, Uladys, enci %  • % %  • Hon, Wal.. | %  nta <•! •• undei • •:,, RlVI r8id Kun.-I.,. noun "f Miami Interment took the Ten i le Israel sei lion Mi ii ill Pai k. JACOB SOSKINS Agi • i S.W 41ti St.. passed this wee k, Hi was a membei f Beth El L'ongn gatii n He le i> i • Lillian, and t" sons, M> ron and Arnold Si rvici ere held at the Mian • Intermeni twok plaee i n \ismai Cemeterj Ith Kabbi %  iii;. MICHAEL "MIKE" ARNOLD ,\-. %  th >'' Miami Beach, wn \ last ^> eek, He was a Coral 'i.ii'U's and been a ri I iius in ea for yean He was a member of Sholem I,Mi;.of B'nal B'rlth. li.-tii David Congregation and the Jewish Home for the Aged He is survived b) ins wife, Theresa; three brothers, .i %  • -• t. and ilac. three i phi I ir I., -ii Ai nold, I >r. Julius M.I \ Steinbach. BlverMemorlal Chapel of Miami Beach %  i charge of arrangements. Inenl took place In Mt. Nebo CemeK bbl Max Shapiro officiated, SAM WILENSKY Age 70, of 2240 s.W. Uth St.. passed away last Monda) at his residence, In wen shipped t-i Brooklj n, N V for services and Interment t>> n Puneial ii' %  BARNETT FURMAN Age 77. of 1200 Eu lid Ave., Miami Beach, passed away in his home last week following a brief illness A restdenl here for 12 years coming from unville, he was a retired fruit and pi'' %  •! %  %  dealer He leavei foui M II • I I I lid Albei t, "f Miami Harold of Miami. Irvln ol Waxhlngtim .w• .Miami under the • %  of the <• : %  i neral H Rabbi Leon Kronish "ft.' la ted .,i th. • %  ilch took place In Mt. S • tery. ISIDOR POLLET Age 63, of 64 N.W. 26th St., pass) I away i '< bi uai y 14 ti\ ors Inlude ins wife, Clara; two tlsti • Gertrudi i I Anna. oni brother, Mi yer, New York. F mi il sei \ Ii • s were held at the Gordon Funeral Home with Rabbi Max Shap ting Burial tm.k place In Ml Ne tery. %  i %  i. itaiota "i .Miami, irvln m V laughters, Mrs Ri -nan, Ml s Alfn I A Less n Mrs i i Ion Vroi ti Miami Bi Minnie Eurman "f New Vork City, and ter, Mrs. Mi Beatty of Miami Beach i•' in • %  ervices w PI • %  held Home Rabbi li \ i; :-..,.iin Mt. Nebo •.. %  • %  : JENNIE GOLDBERG Vg' I -. f loyal Palm Av! % %  • died hi husband, •: I I tlauRhti Mrs Bertl Orowe'i ma fni Side M ek. She Michel; three one Ri ns wen on, N .1 mil terment bj Rivet iiH'iial Chapel ..' 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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1949
fJewisii norktkun
PAGE ELEVEN
Israeli Consulate
Announces Items
Customs Exempt
The Consulate General of Is-
rael has announced for the benefit
0f tourists and other travelers to
the infant state that the following
articles are exempt from customs
duty, if they are included in
passengers' baggage:
Old and new wearing apparel,
and personal effects, in reason-
able quantities.
Binoculars, photographic cam-
eras typewriters and sports ac-
cessories, provided they have
been used, and the customs of-
ficer is satisfied that they are
part of the personal belongings
0f th*> passenger.
Implements, instruments and
tools for the professional use of
the passenger.
Intoxicating liquors up to a
maximum quantity of % liter.
Eau de Cologne or other scents,
up to a maximum quantity of
34 liter.
Tobacco ((including cigars and
cigarettes) up to a maxium quant-
ity of 200 grams.
Other goods liable to customs
duty, if the amount of duty to be
paid does not exceed 50 mils.
The exemptions specified above
are granted only in the event that
the statements made to the cus-
toms officer are correct.
In spite of the fact that no pro-
vision is made in the custom tariff,
it is customary to grant passeng-
ers exemption from customs duty
on minor quantities of other arti-
cles (including foodstuffs), pro-
vided they are for his own per-
sonal use and within reasonable
limits. Passengers have to declare
to the customs officer that such
articles are included in his bag-
gage. If the customs officer is of
the opinion that the quantities
are extensive, customs duty must
be paid. For the benefit of pas-
sengers, a few customs tariffs are
quoted below:
Rice 1.5 mils per kg; canned
Deadline!
In order to insure delivery of the Jewish Floridian to our
subscribers on Friday morning of each week it is necessary
to establish a deadline for receiving information to be used in
news and social columns.
Photographs should be in our office by 5 p.m. on Monday.
Telephone information must be given no later than Tuesday
at 5 p.m. Information sent by mail must be in our hands by
Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Material received later will not appear.
The news columns of our publication are available to
our subscribers without charge for social notices, bar mitzvahs
and personal items.
Nat'l Hillel II< ;mI
Will Speak Here
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, Na-
tional B'nai B'rith Hillol director,
will address the greater Miami
community Sunday at 8:15 p.m.
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, it is announced by Harold
Turk, chairman of the local Hillel
advisory council.
Making his first appearance in I
South Florida since his appoint-
ment to the national post, Rabbi
Lelyveld will tell of the program
undertaken through the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations to bring
cultural and social programs to
students on 186 college campuses
throughout the United States,
Canada and Cuba.
Rabbi Lelyveld was formerly
the executive director and na-
tional vice chairman of the Com-
mittee on Unity for Palestine
and a member of the Zion-
ist Ongenization of America.
He addressed audiences in all
48 states speaking on the idea
and significance of a Jewish state.
In Omaha, Nebraska, he headed
the Industrial Relations Commit-
tee of the Omaha Urban League
and served as public panel chair-
man for the War Labor Board.
A native of New York City,
Debbs FDR Chapters To
Hold Brotherhood Meetin
Debbs Chapter B'nai B'rith
Young Women and FDR Chapter
B'nai B'ritn Young Men will spon-
sor a joint mooting in recognition
of Brotherhood Week Wednesday
at 8 p.m. at the Miami Y. Presi-
dents Doris Brown and Joel Vogel
will preside and a talk on better
human understanding will be
heard.
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Miami Beach Center
Observes Scout Week
More than 250 Boy Scouts of
the greater Miami area took part
in the Sunday morning program
held by the religious schools of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
last Sunday in observance of the
39th anniversary of the Boy
Scout movement of America.
Taking part in the program
were "Kappy" Bergida, Dr. Sum-
ner H. Cohen, neighborhood com-
missioner, S- Kaplan, Cub master
and Dr. Leslie Bukstel, Scout
master of troop No. 65, which
meets in the Center School build-
ing at 1415 Euclid Ave. and is
composed of students of the Cen-
ter Religious schools. Also par-
ticipating in the ceremonies were
Rabbi Lelyveld received his B.A. Cub pack No 23> Den No with
degree and was elected to Phi Den Mother_ Mrs. Lillian Kaplan,
Beta Kappa in 1933. I nd Cub Pack No 23, Den No. 2,
He was ordained as Rabbi and with Den Mothers, Mrs. Dorothy
Bookshester and Mrs. Lipchinsky.
received the M.H.L. degree in
1939. He is well known in Jewish
communal and educational circles
throughout the country as an out-
standing orator.
Rabbi Lelyveld will also speak
meat (corned beef) 7.50 mils per,at a luncheon in his honor Sunday
kg; cheese 20 mils; butter 20 mils'at 1 p.m. at the Robert Clay
per kg; milk 8 percent of value; Hotel 129 S.E. 4th St Dr. Donald
intoxicating liquors 600 mils for a Michelson. director '.theJHllel
small bottle and 1200 mils for an
ordinary-size bottle; canned fish
10 mils per kg; sugar 7.5 mils per
kg. plus 15 per cent of value;
jams 10 mils per kg. plus 30 per
cent of value; other foodstuffs 35
per cent of value; cigarettes LI.
6.250 per kg; cigars LI. 8.500 per
kg.
Passengers bringing with them
drafts of money, checks or foreign
currency, must give the customs
officer detailed information. In
these cases, the customs officer
will register in the passport all
particulars relating to the foreign
currency. The foreign currency
will be left in the possession of
the passenger, but when leaving
the country again, he will have to
produce to the customs officer the
sum registered in his passport.
The passenger is allowed to sell
the money in Israel, but only to a
bank which is authorized to buy
foreign currency on behalf of the
authorities. In this case, the pas-
senger will receive from the bank
a note certifying the sale of the
foreign currency, and this cer-
tificate must be shown by him
to the customs officer, together
with his passport, when leaving
the country.
Foundation at the University of
Miami, will also be honored guest.
He appears in this area
through the joint sponsorship of
the Hillel Advisory Council and
the B'nai B'rith Council of Great-
er Miami.
General chairman of the affair
is Walter C. Kovner of Miami
Beach.
There is no admission charge
and the public is cordially invited.
Normandy School Will
Present Puppet Show
A marionette show will be pre-
sented at Normandy school Thurs-
day. The show, "Little Red Riding
Hood." will be presented by the
third and fourth grade under the
direction of Mrs. Phyllis Cohen.
Featured puppet performers in-
clude Michael Kaufman, James
Marrow, Donald Goldman and
Philip Fine. _______
Chasan Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the late Doris Pulvcr Chasan.
wife of Arthur M. Chasan and
mother of Verna Sue, will take
place Sunday at 1 p.m. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Relatives and
friends are requested to attend.
Apotov Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Anna
Apotov. formerly of Miami Beach,
will take place Sunday at 2 p.m.
at the Workmen's Circle Plot of
the Mt. Sinai Cemetetry with
Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.
Life Insurance Estates
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT G ANS
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907 Blecayne Bldg.
Ph. 3-4816 or 4-9981
See or phone me for your
LIFE INSURANCE NEED*
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Eyes Examined
Glasses Fitted and Repaired
Phone 48-6535
2250 S. W. 8th Street
Opposite Garden Restaurant
ANNOUNCEMENT
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Accessories Optional No Trade Necessary
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HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Are.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew School*.
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PACKERS OF FANCY BASKETS
MIAMI PECAN COMPANY
Suppliers for South Florida Fruit Shippers
for 12 Years
. PAPER SHELL PECANS "A SPECIALTY"
632 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-7092
TEL.
82-4202
We Carry a Full Line of
Strictly Fresh
NORTHERN LAKE FISH
YELLOW PIKE WHITE FISH
BUFFALO AND CARP
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WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE
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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESENTS
CHOPIN CENTENNIAL CONCERT
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IN AN ALL
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MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 28MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TICKETS 1.20, 1.80, 2.40. 3.00
at Univ. of Miami Symphony office48-5812 and downtown office*
Collins Transport & Terminal Corp.
It Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space
For Wareousing and Storage
Rail Sidings Pool Car Distribution
Phone 3-0789, Pier 1. Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks
Blue Ribbon
Packing & Provision
CO.. INC.
We process on the premises the highest grades of
Corned Beef, Tongues and
Pastrami
in our Modern Packing Plant.
Only First Grade Western Meats Used.
We solicit inquiries from Hotels, Restaurants and the Public.
Our Plant is fully equipped to handle
large and small orders.
OPEN DAILY 7 A. M. 6 P. M.
BLUE RIBBON PACKING & PROVISION
CO.. INC.
5535 N. W. 7th AVE. PHONE 7-2324
MIAMI. FLA.
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WE PROCESS ALL KINDS OF SEA FOOD
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1949 fJewisii norktkun PAGE ELEVEN Israeli Consulate Announces Items Customs Exempt The Consulate General of Israel has announced for the benefit 0 f tourists and other travelers to the infant state that the following articles are exempt from customs duty, if they are included in passengers' baggage: Old and new wearing apparel, and personal effects, in reasonable quantities. Binoculars, photographic cameras typewriters and sports accessories, provided they have been used, and the customs officer is satisfied that they are part of the personal belongings 0 f th*> passenger. Implements, instruments and tools for the professional use of the passenger. Intoxicating liquors up to a maximum quantity of % liter. Eau de Cologne or other scents, up to a maximum quantity of 3 4 liter. Tobacco ((including cigars and cigarettes) up to a maxium quantity of 200 grams. Other goods liable to customs duty, if the amount of duty to be paid does not exceed 50 mils. The exemptions specified above are granted only in the event that the statements made to the customs officer are correct. In spite of the fact that no provision is made in the custom tariff, it is customary to grant passengers exemption from customs duty on minor quantities of other articles (including foodstuffs), provided they are for his own personal use and within reasonable limits. Passengers have to declare to the customs officer that such articles are included in his baggage. If the customs officer is of the opinion that the quantities are extensive, customs duty must be paid. For the benefit of passengers, a few customs tariffs are quoted below: Rice 1.5 mils per kg; canned Deadline! In order to insure delivery of the Jewish Floridian to our subscribers on Friday morning of each week it is necessary to establish a deadline for receiving information to be used in news and social columns. Photographs should be in our office by 5 p.m. on Monday. Telephone information must be given no later than Tuesday at 5 p.m. Information sent by mail must be in our hands by Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Material received later will not appear. The news columns of our publication are available to our subscribers without charge for social notices, bar mitzvahs and personal items. Nat'l Hillel II< ;MI Will Speak Here Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, National B'nai B'rith Hillol director, will address the greater Miami community Sunday at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, it is announced by Harold Turk, chairman of the local Hillel advisory council. Making his first appearance in I South Florida since his appointment to the national post, Rabbi Lelyveld will tell of the program undertaken through the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations to bring cultural and social programs to students on 186 college campuses throughout the United States, Canada and Cuba. Rabbi Lelyveld was formerly the executive director and national vice chairman of the Committee on Unity for Palestine and a member of the Zionist Ongenization of America. He addressed audiences in all 48 states speaking on the idea and significance of a Jewish state. In Omaha, Nebraska, he headed the Industrial Relations Committee of the Omaha Urban League and served as public panel chairman for the War Labor Board. A native of New York City, Debbs FDR Chapters To Hold Brotherhood Meetin Debbs Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Women and FDR Chapter B'nai B'ritn Young Men will sponsor a joint mooting in recognition of Brotherhood Week Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Y. Presidents Doris Brown and Joel Vogel will preside and a talk on better human understanding will be heard. *#S£7*% SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB ROT. CONVAUSCUKX AMSOMMKCAUl it* w IWHWI r~* niAMinnmntl Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phono 2-3213 Miami Beach Center Observes Scout Week More than 250 Boy Scouts of the greater Miami area took part in the Sunday morning program held by the religious schools of the Miami Beach Jewish Center last Sunday in observance of the 39th anniversary of the Boy Scout movement of America. Taking part in the program were "Kappy" Bergida, Dr. Sumner H. Cohen, neighborhood commissioner, SKaplan, Cub master and Dr. Leslie Bukstel, Scout master of troop No. 65, which meets in the Center School building at 1415 Euclid Ave. and is composed of students of the Center Religious schools. Also participating in the ceremonies were Rabbi Lelyveld received his B.A. Cub pack No 23> Den No with degree and was elected to Phi Den Mother Mrs Lillian Kaplan, Beta Kappa in 1933. I nd Cub Pack No 2 3, Den No. 2, He was ordained as Rabbi and with Den Mothers Mrs. Dorothy Bookshester and Mrs. Lipchinsky. received the M.H.L. degree in 1939. He is well known in Jewish communal and educational circles throughout the country as an outstanding orator. Rabbi Lelyveld will also speak meat (corned beef) 7.50 mils per,at a luncheon in his honor Sunday kg; cheese 20 mils; butter 20 mils a t 1 p.m. at the Robert Clay per kg; milk 8 percent of value; Hotel 129 S.E. 4th St Dr. Donald intoxicating liquors 600 mils for a Michelson. director '.theJHllel small bottle and 1200 mils for an ordinary-size bottle; canned fish 10 mils per kg; sugar 7.5 mils per kg. plus 15 per cent of value; jams 10 mils per kg. plus 30 per cent of value; other foodstuffs 35 per cent of value; cigarettes LI. 6.250 per kg; cigars LI. 8.500 per kg. Passengers bringing with them drafts of money, checks or foreign currency, must give the customs officer detailed information. In these cases, the customs officer will register in the passport all particulars relating to the foreign currency. The foreign currency will be left in the possession of the passenger, but when leaving the country again, he will have to produce to the customs officer the sum registered in his passport. The passenger is allowed to sell the money in Israel, but only to a bank which is authorized to buy foreign currency on behalf of the authorities. In this case, the passenger will receive from the bank a note certifying the sale of the foreign currency, and this certificate must be shown by him to the customs officer, together with his passport, when leaving the country. Foundation at the University of Miami, will also be honored guest. He appears in this area through the joint sponsorship of the Hillel Advisory Council and the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami. General chairman of the affair is Walter C. Kovner of Miami Beach. There is no admission charge and the public is cordially invited. Normandy School Will Present Puppet Show A marionette show will be presented at Normandy school Thursday. The show, "Little Red Riding Hood." will be presented by the third and fourth grade under the direction of Mrs. Phyllis Cohen. Featured puppet performers include Michael Kaufman, James Marrow, Donald Goldman and Philip Fine. Chasan Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the late Doris Pulvcr Chasan. wife of Arthur M. Chasan and mother of Verna Sue, will take place Sunday at 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. Apotov Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Anna Apotov. formerly of Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Plot of the Mt. Sinai Cemetetry with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Lift Ins. Co. 907 Blecayne Bldg. 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Funeral Director
MINOR GROSSMAN
A raaldent of the past "*?&
died recenUy. Remains were *!
Cincinnati for Mrvloes an. >'>""" "l
by the Beach Memorial Chapel.
CHARLES JUSTER
Of 1235 Pennsylvania Ave.. passed
away recently. He leave" hta wife,
[da. Remains were sent to i u1,
phla for services and Interment bj
Beach .Memorial Chapel.
SAMUEL OLINSKY
Ace M? 819 M.W. -til" St.. ]
way suddenly at his home W*
Remains were sent to New York for
.,.,.....s and hurial by Gordon Funer-
al Home. ^^^^
DAVID FINKEL
\.=,> BS. <>f 00 Jefferson Ave. Mi-
ami Beach, died February H* w
survived by two daughters, Mrs Julia
Siegel and Mrs Sail} <;'"!>>'
two sons, Dr, Milton and Meye Re-
mains were senl to B ; '
services and hu.ial by the Rlvei
Memorial Chapel of Miami Beach.
JACOB BRAUNHEIM
Aa-e 64. Miami Beach, passed awas
recently He came to Miami I
two years ago from New York and
was a clothing manufacturer in
hattan He la survived by his wire,
two sons and a daughter. Funeral ai -
ranceni.ni- were under the super-
vision of Phllbrlck Miami Beach Home.
SHERRY GOLDBERG
Vre 78 of 1238 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Miami Beach, died last '!< He has
been : resident of this area tor tne
pas) iv ears He Is sun lv< d by his
iir Fanny Sen li es were held .ii
the Beach Memorial Chapi i Remains
wi re Bent to New York for Interment.
SiMON pROWARSKY
ff WVKr......aiChape".
MRS. ANNA| LAV NE
'^'^"S"^^
place
MRS. ANNA FINKEL
Of 900 Jefferson Ave., Miami Bea< n
......i January 29 In .> Miami Bi a< n
hospital She leaves her husband
I' ivld; two si.us, Dr. Milt in M and
Meyer F.: two daughters, Mrs. Julia
1 and Mrs. Sally Gottlieb, all of
klyn, N V Local sei vices wen
Ide Memorial Chapi
Miami Beach with Rabbi Irving Lehi
man : ling Kemalnt were sinp]..ii
to New Sort for further services and
Intel mi-Hi.
ESRAEL YOBLONSKY
Ac.- .-'. ol 809 N E -Hi St PS
away suddenly at his home. Remalm
were Benl to Newark, N J.. f"i
Bervii es and Inti I rnent by the Gi
.. I m
MYER DAVID TRAUB
Age 89, of ;.' N W. 24th St., passed
awaj Frlda} Hi Is survived b) his
wife, Kitty. Remains were sent t"
Ijikewood, N J., foi sei licei
in ment.
MRS. REBECCA LORENBLUM
Age St. of S IV. 12th St passed
iday. She has been a iesldi I I
.; -t two > ears, in -
ing here om Birmingham, Ala, Shi
eaves two Bons, M n i Is ol Miami,
ami Bi Jamln of L
She is also survived bj six grand
children and ii great grandchildren
Iteinains Benl to Birmingham foi
es and burial by the i !oi di n
I Home,
LEONARD LOSCHER
-' W. 20th St., passed
awaj suddenly at his home.-He Ii
ins wife, Rose, Remains were shl
to Pittsburgh, Pa., r- > services and
Interment by the Gordon Funeral
Home.
HYMAN LA1BSON
Age 84, of ::i7i s w. 27th Lane,
passed away suddenly Sal irday. A
resident here for 14 years, con hen
from New Yoik. In- was a membei ol
Workmen's Circle Branch No
H. is survived by his wife. Tlllle,
two sons. .Martin and Irving, of Mi-
ami; two hrotheis. Benjamin and Isa-
dora "f New fork. Funeral services
were held at the Workmen's Circle
Lyceum 25 Washington Ave Miami
h. Arrangements wen under the
direction of the Gordon Funeral Home.
Hal.in Leon Kronish officiated al the
burial which t.,nk place In Mt. Sinai
Cemetei j.
Intel ment
Ceineti .
EDWARD A- MOSS
,, i i h \ \ i I 111 J*J*t I
'"' r ii. was the owner
Kfc'SKB
m
ELI APPLOFF
Vgc SB, ol -: Beacom Blvd.. passed
twaj
Miami. Remains wen sent
t Ne Y...k for "';' "'"
. the lioi rl Home.
HOWARD KAY
x,.....i 1301 Alton Road Miami
Head iwn Mtaml ea*h n
lied at lus residence i-.mii.u>
-11, is odby hi wife. I
four broth. HW* ''" '"'"
and \ services were
held Memorial i Impel
., ,1.. Beach with Rabbi i plman A
Zwitman "ff'clatlng. Remain* w.
I, "hi", for burial.
MRS. ROSA STEIN
.if Kid. Une, .i......onyllle, died
last Monday, Mrs, Stein leaves s.v
chiidn -;' "':'", "J
.-.....and burial t""K
;.'..,,. in' Ja. ksonville.
ISAAC R. GOLDMAN
A, ; : \ K 2nd Ave., died
,u i,,. |,.,. p, n ., resident of
rears He leaves his
Hire. 'i>*-
Ulan, he and I one n, Wai-
... | ... ... ngi nts were undei
. ol the Riverside funer-
al Home of Miami. Interment look
in the Temple Israel sei tlon
; tiraceland Memorial Park.
JACOB SOSKINS
_\K, ,. s.W. 4th St., passed
iway this week. He was a member
if B. th El Congregation He leavi -
his wife, Lillian, and two sons, Myron
and Arnold, Service were held at the
.Mian,i Riverside Interment took pUee
in Mi. Sinai Cemetery with Kabbi
U ii auer offli ial ing
MICHAEL "MIKE'- ARNOLD
\ r 229 nth SI Miami Beach,
, a waj last week, He was a
. net) ler ol Coral Sables and
...ii a resident of this area for
the past ... yean He was a member
,,f Snolem ldge ol B'nal B'rlth, Beth
David I ongregatlon and the Jewish
l! foi the Agi d He is survived by
his wife, ii., i ss tin brothel s.
Samuel, Jacob and Isaac; three
nephews. Dr. Leon Arnold, Dr, Julius
Arnold and Dr, Max Stelnbach. River-
Memorial Chapel of Miami Beach
.,- m charge of arrangements. In-
ml took place In Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery, Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated,
SAM WILENSKY
Age 70, ..f 2240 S W 13th St.. paaaed
.iv,.i\ las' Monda> at his residence.
Remains were slnppi-d t-, Brooklyn,
N V., for services and Interment by
.;. i hai dl Funeral Home
BARNETT FURMAN
Age 77. of 1200 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach, passed away in his home last
week following a brief Illness A resi-
dent here for l- year* coming from
Jacksonville, he was a retired fruit
and produce dealer, H.- leave* fom
sons. Maurice Q and Albert, "f Miami
Beach, Harold "f Miami. Irvln of
New Voi k "It) four .1. Mrs.
Al Reisman, Mrs Alfred A l.-
Mrs Isidore Aronovitl, Miami Bi
Minnie i' an "f New York City and
one sist. r, Mrs Mi I. Bi ittj of Mi-
ami Beach, Funeral services were held
in Gordon Funi ral Home Rabbi Ii v
Ing !. ofl I. lated Bui ,. \\..- In
Mt. Nebo .'::
JENNIE GOLDBERG
Age 68, of ia Ri ,,i Palm Avi .
Miami Reach, died last week She
leaves hi i husband, Michel; three
sons, Solon oi Abe and Ii
ghter, Mrs i '-. Growei K.
mains wi re si hi I I'attel on, N .1
for service hi nterment b) River-
aide Mem......1 Chapel of Mian Beach
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. I PAGE TEN *Jenisi> fkrid^n_ Yiddish Theatre On the Air WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 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 Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasatir, Program Director "PAY, nanrjjfry j 30 Obituaries Pan-American Ophthalmic Dispensery (A Division of Pan-American Institute of Optics, Inc.) A COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE AT A LOWER COST 149 N.E. 2nd Street MIAMI. FLA. Phone 82-9336 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hiva your roof repaired now; you will ovi on a now roof latsr "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 1. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-MM SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN STEWART EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Rm. 218 3-1254 — 9-9472 While Help for Homes, Hotels. Restaurants, Offices. Medical and Dental Assts. rm S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-. L.TEL. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT WE MAJORITY OF NMTKMI JEWISH FUNERAL MMES Inlotmation Gladly fumafmd M ftcqueii SERVINGMIAMI BEACH I MIAMI E xclusively Jew ish UM/HiSti JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director MINOR GROSSMAN A raaldent of the past "*?& died recenUy. Remains were •*! Cincinnati for Mrvloes an. >'>"•""• l by the Beach Memorial Chapel. CHARLES JUSTER Of 1235 Pennsylvania Ave.. passed away recently. He leave" hta wife, [da. Remains were sent to i • u1, phla for services and Interment bj Beach .Memorial Chapel. SAMUEL OLINSKY Ace M? 819 M.W. -til" St.. ]• %  „way suddenly at his home W* Remains were sent to New York for .,.,• s and hurial by Gordon Funeral Home. ^^^^ DAVID FINKEL \.=,> BS. <>f 00 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach, died February H* w survived by two daughters, Mrs Julia Siegel and Mrs Sail} <; %  '"!>•>'• two sons, Dr, Milton and Meye Remains were senl to B ; services and hu.ial by the Rlvei Memorial Chapel of Miami Beach. JACOB BRAUNHEIM Aa-e 64. Miami Beach, passed awas recently He came to Miami I two years ago from New York and was a clothing manufacturer in hattan He la survived by his wire, two sons and a daughter. Funeral ai ranceni.niwere under the supervision of Phllbrl ck Mia mi Beach Home. SHERRY GOLDBERG Vre 78 of 1238 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, died last %  •'•!< He has been :• resident of this area tor tne pas) iv ears He Is sun lv< d by his iir Fanny Sen li es were held .ii the Beach Memorial Chapi i Remains wi re Bent to New York for Interment. SiMON pROWARSKY ff WVKr .aiChape". MRS. ANNA | LAV NE •'^'^"S"^^ place MRS. ANNA FINKEL Of 900 Jefferson Ave., Miami Bea< n i January 29 In .> Miami Bi a< n hospital She leaves her husband I' ivld; two si.us, Dr. Milt in M and Meyer F.: two daughters, Mrs. Julia %  1 and Mrs. Sally Gottlieb, all of klyn, N V Local sei vices wen Ide Memorial Chapi Miami Beach with Rabbi Irving Lehi man : ling Kemalnt were sinp]..ii to New Sort for further services and Intel mi-Hi. ESRAEL YOBLONSKY Ac..-'. ol 809 N E -Hi St PS away suddenly at his home. Remalm were Benl to Newark, N J.. f"i Bervii es and Inti I rnent by the Gi .. I m MYER DAVID TRAUB Age 89, of ;.' %  N W. 24th St., passed awaj Frlda} Hi Is survived b) his wife, Kitty. Remains were sent t" Ijikewood, N J., foi sei licei in ment. MRS. REBECCA LORENBLUM Age St. of S IV. 12th St passed iday. She has been a i esldi I I .; -t two > ears, %  % %  in ing here om Birmingham, Ala, Shi eaves two Bons, M n i Is ol Miami, ami Bi %  Jamln of L She is also survived bj six grand children and ii great grandchildren Iteinains %  %  • Benl to Birmingham foi %  es and burial by the i !oi di n %  I Home, LEONARD LOSCHER • %  -' W. 20th St., passed awaj suddenly at his home.-He Ii ins wife, Rose, Remains were shl to Pittsburgh, Pa., r• > services and Interment by the Gordon Funeral Home. HYMAN LA1BSON Age 84, of ::i7i s w. 27th Lane, passed away suddenly Sal irday. A resident here for 14 years, con hen from New Yoik. Inwas a membei ol Workmen's Circle Branch No H. is survived by his wife. Tlllle, two sons. .Martin and Irving, of Miami; two hrotheis. Benjamin and Isadora "f New fork. Funeral services were held at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum 25 Washington Ave Miami h. Arrangements wen under the direction of the Gordon Funeral Home. Hal.in Leon Kronish officiated al the burial which t.,nk place In Mt. Sinai Cemetei j. Intel ment Ceineti %  EDWARD AMOSS ,, i i h \ \ i • I 111 J*J*t I '"' r II. was the owner Kfc'SKB m ELI APPLOFF Vgc SB, ol %  : Beacom Blvd.. passed twaj % % %  • % %  %  „• Miami. Remains wen sent t„ Ne Y...k for "';' %  "' %  the lioi rl Home. HOWARD KAY x, i 1301 Alton Road Miami Head %  iwn Mtaml ea*h n lied at lus residence i-.mii.u> -11, is odby hi wife. I four broth. %  %  HW* '•'" %  %  "'" and \ services were held Memorial i Impel .„, ,1.. Beach with Rabbi i plman A Zwitman "ff'clatlng. Remain* w. I, "hi", for burial. MRS. ROSA STEIN .if Kid. Une, .i onyllle, died last Monday, Mrs, Stein leaves s.v chiidn •' -•; %  •"':'", "J .a nd burial t""K ;.'..,,. in' Ja. ksonville. ISAAC R. GOLDMAN A ; : \ K 2nd Ave., died u i,,. |,.,. p, n ., resident of rears He leaves his Hire. % % % %  '• i >*Ulan, he and I one n, Wai... | ... ... ngi % %  %  nts were undei ol the Riverside funeral Home of Miami. Interment look in the Temple Israel sei tlon ; tiraceland Memorial Park. JACOB SOSKINS _\ K ,. s.W. 4th St., passed iway this week. He was a member if B. th El Congregation He leavi his wife, Lillian, and two sons, Myron and Arnold, Service were held at the .Mian,i Riverside Interment took pUee in Mi. Sinai Cemetery with Kabbi U ii auer offli ial ing MICHAEL "MIKE' ARNOLD \ %  r 229 nth SI Miami Beach, a waj last week, He was a net) ler ol Coral Sables and ...ii a resident of this area for the past ... yean He was a member ,,f Snolem ldge ol B'nal B'rlth, Beth David I ongregatlon and the Jewish l! %  • foi the Agi d He is survived by his wife, ii., i %  ss tin • .• brothel s. Samuel, Jacob and Isaac; three nephews. Dr. Leon Arnold, Dr, Julius Arnold and Dr, Max Stelnbach. RiverMemorial Chapel of Miami Beach .,m charge of arrangements. Inml took place In Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated, SAM WILENSKY Age 70, ..f 2240 S W 13th St.. paaaed .iv,.i\ las' Monda> at his residence. Remains were slnppi-d t-, Brooklyn, N V., for services and Interment by .;. i hai dl Funeral Home BARNETT FURMAN Age 77. of 1200 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, passed away in his home last week following a brief Illness A resident here for lyear* coming from Jacksonville, he was a retired fruit and produce dealer, H.leave* fom sons. Maurice Q and Albert, "f Miami Beach, Harold "f Miami. Irvln of New Voi k "It) four .1. Mrs. Al Reisman, Mrs Alfred A l.Mrs Isidore Aronovitl, Miami Bi Minnie i' % %  an "f New York City and one sist. r, Mrs Mi I. Bi ittj of Miami Beach, Funeral services were held in Gordon Funi ral Home Rabbi Ii v Ing !. %  ofl I. lated Bui ,. \\..In Mt. Nebo .'•:•• %  : JENNIE GOLDBERG Age 68, of ia Ri ,,i Palm Avi Miami Reach, died last week She leaves hi i husband, Michel; three sons, Solon oi Abe and Ii ghter, Mrs i • %  '-. Growei K. mains wi re si hi I I'attel on, N .1 for service HI nterment b) Riveraide Mem .1 Chapel of Mian Beach WEISER'S RAPHAEL HOTEL and DINING ROOM 146 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH Open under the Management of MAX REIFMAN of the King David Hotel, Hurleyville, N. Y. KASHRUTH AND SABBATH STRICTLY OBSERVED American Plan and Public Dining Room For Reservations call 58-2844 The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHmrfiT The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association r-ne.^fJ 1 patlng Agency of the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION Beth David Congregation-Rabbi M Shani !" Congregation Beth Tfilah-Rabbi J E RfckovsUv Announces that our Director B.kki i "dcKovsky answer all ^'S^^^ wUJ Miami Area. His address is 818 Michfaan ii m l he %  *" Harry Sirkin, Pres. wicnigan Avenue, phone 5-3585. A. M. Bear, Vice Pre. H s otn. s.cy S. Lobel. Treaa. ARIG E K S4LAD... %  ONID CHICKEN ESTJSL a^ t' R CANNED" CH7S NKOC .nd other chicken JSLTI DUtributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, EVc 14 N.E. 24th St. Miami 37. Flo. 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PPJDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1949 vJenisfi fhiridHictn PAGE ELEVEN Israeli Consulate Announces Items Customs Exempt The Consulate General of Israel has announced for the benefit n f tourists and other travelers to &f he infant state that the following articles are exempt from customs duty, if the y are included in passengers' baggage: Old and new wearing apparel, and personal effects, in reasonable quantities. Binoculars, photographic cameras typewriters and sports accessories, provided they have been used, and the customs officer is satisfied that they are part of the personal belongings 0 f the passenger. Implements, instruments and tools for the professional use of the passenger. Intoxicating liquors up to a maximum quantity of Vi liter. Eau de Cologne or other scents, up to a maximum quantity of y 4 liter. Tobacco ((including cigars and cigarettes) up to a maxium quantity of 200 grams. Other goods liable to customs duty, if the amount of duty to be paid does not exceed 50 mils. The exemptions specified above are granted only in the event that the statements made to the customs officer are correct. In spite of the fact that no provision is made in the custom tariff, it is customary to grant passengers exemption from customs duty on minor quantities of other articles (including foodstuffs), provided they are for his own personal use and within reasonable limits. Passengers have to declare to the customs officer that such articles are included in his baggage. If the customs officer is of the opinion that the quantities are extensive, customs duty must be paid. For the benefit of passengers, a few customs tariffs are quoted below: Rice 1.5 mils per kg; canned meat (corned beef) 7.50 mils per kg; cheese 20 mils; butter 20 mils per kg; milk 8 percent of value; intoxicating liquors 600 mils for a small bottle and 1200 mils for an ordinary-size bottle; canned fish 10 mils per kg; sugar 7.5 mils per kg. plus 15 per cent of value; jams 10 mils per kg. plus 30 per cent of value; other foodstuffs 35 per cent of value; cigarettes LI. 6.250 per kg; cigars LI. 8.500 per kg. Passengers bringing with them drafts of money, checks or foreign currency, must give the customs officer detailed information. In these cases, the customs officer will register in the passport all particulars relating to the foreign currency. The foreign currency will be left in the possession of the passenger, but when leaving the country again, he will have to produce to the customs officer the sum registered in his passport. The passenger is allowed to sell the money in Israel, but only to a bank which is authorized to buy foreign currency on behalf of the authorities. In this case, the passenger will receive from the bank a note certifying the sale of the foreign currency, and this certificate must be shown by him to the customs officer, together with his passport, when leaving the country. Dvatllinv! In order to insure delivery of the Jewish Floridian to our subscribers on Friday morning of each week it is necessary to establish a deadline for receiving information to be used in news and social columns. Photographs should be in our office by 5 p.m. on Monday. Telephone information must be given no later than Tuesday at 5 p.m. Information sent by mail must be in our hands by Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Material received later will not appear. The news columns of our publication are available to our subscribers without charge for social notices, bar mitzvahs and personal items. >al*l lliilel Head Will Speak Here Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, National B'nai B'rith Hillel director, will address the greater Miami community Sunday at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, it is announced by Harold Turk, chairman of the local Hillel advisory council. Making his first appearance in South Florida since his appointment to the national post, Rabbi Lelyveld will tell of the program undertaken through the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations to bring cultural and social programs to students on 186 college campuses throughout the United States, Canada and Cuba. Rabbi Lelyveld was formerly the executive director and national vice chairman of the Committee on Unity for Palestine and a member of the Zion-. ist Ofenization of America. I He addressed audiences in all j 48 states speaking on the idea and significance of a Jewish state. I In Omaha, Nebraska, he headed : the Industrial Relations Committee of the Omaha Urban League and served as public panel chairman for the War Labor Board. A native of New York City, Rabbi Lelyveld received his B.A. degree and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in 1933. He was ordained as Rabbi and received the M.H.L. degree in 1939. He is well known in Jewish communal and educational circles throughout the country as an outstanding orator. Rabbi Lelyveld will also speak at a luncheon in his honor Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Robert Clay Hotel, 129 S.E. 4th St. Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, will also be honored guest. He appears in this area through the joint sponsorship of the Hillel Advisory Council and the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami. General chairman of the affair is Walter C Kovner of Miami Beach. There is no admission charge and the public is cordially invited. SINRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FM HOT. COMVAIJUCEWOI iMfcs^x*. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phono 2-3213 Normandy School Will Present Puppet Show A marionette show will be presented at Normandy school Thursday. The show, "Little Red Riding Hood." will be presented by the third and fourth grade under the direction of Mrs. Phyllis Cohen. Featured puppet performers include Michael Kaufman, James Marrow, Donald Goldman and Philip Fine. Debbs FDR Chapters To Hold Brotherhood Meetin Debbs Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Women and FDR Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Men will sponsor a joint meeting in recognition of Brotherhood Week Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Y. Presidents Doris Brown and Joel Vogel will preside and a talk on better human understanding will be heard. Miami Beach Center Observes Scout Week More than 250 Boy Scouts of the greater Miami area took part in the Sunday morning program held by the religious schools of the Miami Beach Jewish Center last Sunday in observance of the 39th anniversary of the Boy Scout movement of America. Taking part in the program were "Kappy" Bergida, Dr. Sumner H. Cohen, neighborhood commissioner, S. Kaplan, Cub master and Dr. Leslie Bukstel, Scout master of troop No. 65, which meets in the Center School building at 1415 Euclid Ave. and is composed of students of the Center Religious schools. Also participating in the ceremonies were Cub Pack No. 23, Den No. 1 with Den Mother, Mrs. Lillian Kaplan, and Cub Pack No. 23, Den No. 2, with Den Mothers, Mrs. Dorothy Bookshester and Mrs. Lipchinsky. Chasan Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the late Doris Pulver Chasan. wife of Arthur M. Chasan and mother of Verna Sue, will take place Sunday at 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. Apotov Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Anna Apotov. formerly of Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Plot of the Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Murrav Grauer officiating. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. DR. SIDNEY H. MOSS Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted and Repaired Phone 48-6535 2250 S. W. 8th Street Opposite Garden Restaurant ANNOUNCEMENT BRAND NEW CHBYSLKR, 4 Door Sedan — Immediate Delivery — List Price Accessories Optional — No Trade Necessary MUNROE-ZEDER. Inc.—Authorised Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer 2101 S. W. 8th St. (on Trail) Phone 82-5561 Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan U*e In*. Co. 907 Blscayne Bldg. Ph. S-4616 or 4-9981 See or phone me for JJJP LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew School*. 0*110 "CIO Telephone 5-9017 PACKERS OF FANCY BASKETS MIAMI PECAN COMPANY Suppliers for South Florida Fruit Shippers for 12 Years PAPER SHELL PECANS "A SPECIALTY" 632 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-7092 TEL 82-4202 We Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE WHITE FISH BUFFALO AND CARP Also All Somthern Fish WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. 5th STREET OKIBA'S ^MlWmiCAN IffcltN DINNir i \n f, '• I F f A C H UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESENTS CHOPIN CENTENNIAL CONCERT MALCUZYNSKI IN AN ALL CHOPIN PROGRAM MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 28—MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TICKETS 1.20, 1.80, 2.40, 3.00 at Unlv. of Miami Symphony office-48-5812 and downtown offices Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. If Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phona 3-0789. Pier 1, Bldq. 8. Municipal Docks Blue Ribbon Packing & Provision CO.. INC. 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PAGE TWELVE Jewish fkridfiann FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1949 $6,000 CASH BUYS control "f Miami office. National firm established ii year*. Couple preferred with BOClal science, public relations or psychology background Present owner compelled to retire on physician's orders. New owners must be active. State Charter. Non-Sectarian. Investment, P. O, Box 2J7S, Miami IS, Fla. INVESTMENT ADVISER Do you want to trade in Stocks and Bonds listed on the New York Stock Exchange? We do it for you on a Discretionary Account. NATHAN ABRAHAM P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla. CANTOR Beautiful tenor, desires post with modern Congregation; also teacher. Noted as Concert Artist. WRITE J. R. P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18 ROOM FOR 1 OR 2 Private Family — Pleasant Surroundings — Reasonable Breakfast Privileges 2103 S.W. 11th St. Phone 3-2935 a %  MMMaaaaraai POSITION WANTED By Middle-aged Refined Jewish Woman as Companion — Light Houseworker for Elderly Woman. Call 82-9910 %  itinPBiMiMlwmnniiiininiiimiriiifimninTmtntnimiMmfin EXIT LONELINESS FIND HAPPINESS NOW JOIN THE CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Building 141 N. E 3rd Ave., Room 501 PHONE 2-6242 Open 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. WRITE P. O. BOX 3468 Gartenberg and Schechter at the beautiful HELENE HOTEL 1030 15th St., Miami Beach Strictly Kosher Dining Room Open to the Public Call 5-5785 for Reservations HOMES PSYCHIC STUDIO Gives advice on all affairs of life Lucky days and numbers If sick, worried or in doubt Consult this medium Phone 7-3160 Bus 14 to Door 2118 N. W. 62nd Street INVESTMENT ADVISER For Advice Regarding Stocks and Bonds Listed on the New York Stock Exchange. NATHAN ABRAHAM P. O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla. CALLING JEWISH MEN We Do NOT Have.. • Social Gatherings • Parlies or Dances • Bingo or Blotto • Talkathons We DO Have... • Dignified Social Contacts • Scientifically Screened Members • Psychological Consultations • Private. Confidential Interviews CLARA LANE Friendship Center, Inc. 43 N.E. 2nd Street Opp. Telephone Company Phone For Appointment 82-3065 Open 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. Aaron Lebedeff On Plaza Hill Aaron Lebedeff, the Maurice Chevalier of the Jewish stage, is appearing in person at the Plaza Theatre through Tuesday, February 22. Mr. Lebedeff is the composer of the famous sor.g "Roumania. Roumania." Malvina Rappel, Yiddish singing star will appear with Aaron Lebedeff on stage. "Eli, Eli," Yiddish film starring Esther Field, Irving Jacobson, and Yetta Zwerling is the current screen attraction. Coming Wednesday. February 23, Cantor Samuel Malavsky ai d his Family Choir, including the Marlin Sisters, will appear in person in a program of Hebrew Cantorials, Palestinian melodies and Jewish folk songs. The Warsaw Art Players will be seen in the accompanying screen presentation, "The Vow." Beth David Sisterhood To Give Membership Fete The Beth David Sisterhood announces that the first of a scries of "Bring a New Member" parties will bo held at the home "f Mrs, Hany Einhorn, 1M74 Swanson Ave., Coconut Grove, Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Harry Laufer and Mrs Jack Rosenberg are co chairmen for the afteri ""ii. Luncheon will he served and cards nn<\ man jong will fellow. Guests are requested to bring man jong sets. Hostesses will be the MesdameHarry August, Nathan Becker. Samuel Dickson, Hany Einhorn William Dai Ziger, E. D. Merlin and Alexander Steibel. Monte Carlo Night and Congregation. Tamara Chapter of the Miz*J ^ ?bill will be fa char *e retresnments and MrT Theodore Landesman, ,^, chairman, will arrange the *T gram. i,ro rachi Women has slated a Monte Carlo night for Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Hebr ew School Daughters Of Israel To Meet Sunday Night A meeting of the Daughters of Israel will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday at the organization's building. 151 Michigan Ave. Recently elected vice president of the group was Mrs. Leah Kagen. Mrs. Rebecca Reinhardt was named treasurer. Plans are almost completed for a banquet to be held March 6 at the Hotel Helene in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhardt for their contributions to the con-l struetion of a mikvah. > STILL The Finest Food in Florida LA CANTINA RESTAURANT BISCAYNE BLVD. AT 74th STREET Informal Dance Slated An informal dance get-to-gether will be held Sunday at the home ol Micki 5 Einhorn, 2474 Swanson Ave., Coconul Grove, at ,'i p.m. Proceeds of the dance will be for Palestine Relief. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited. On the comn ittee for this dance are Mickey Eii horn, Phyllis Kaplan, Shirley and Lee Freidman and Anita Goldman. Y Musical Program A program in commemoration of Jewish Music Month will be presented by the Miami Beach YMHA tomorrow night at 8:15 at the Y building. Admission is free and the public is invited. Ps. D... Ms. D... D. D.. No Fortune Telling Psychologist Psychoanalyst OFFICE HOURS 11 A. M. TO 2 P. M. 7136 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach Phone 86-3642 Hi REMEMBER TO VOTE THIS COMING FRIDAY, FEB. 18TH Grant Stockdale The Miami Beach Friends of Grant Stockdale take this opportunity to urge you to support the candidate we believe to be best qualified to serve you as State Representative. Join with us and the vast majority that has already approved our choice. Vote for Stockdale! GEORGE TALIANOFF Chairman, Miami Beach Committee — Stockdale for State Representative Campaign. JOIN THE MAJORITY Elect GRANT STOCKDALE Candidate For State Representative "A REPRESENTATIVE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE" OependaWV. Capable a„ d Aggressive Inlvershv of Miami Graduate Veteran ol World War II (Paid Pol. Adv.)



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PPEAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1949 fJewisli JhrtdUam PAGE THIRTEEN Hebrew Academy To Hold Open School Week Feb. 21-25 The Hebrew Academy, 918 6th sti Miami Beach, will conduct an "Open School Week" during the period from February 21 to 25 to mark the first anniversary of the school's dedication. In announcing the event, Dr. David S Andron, president of the academv. stated, "This is an invitation for all leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish community to visit the school and observe the distinctive program offered there. The academy is a year old now, but some of our leaders have not vet had the occasion to view its achievement which has now become a legend, not only in this area, but throughout the entire country. •We ask the members of this community to come and observe our students obtain a rich and dynamic curriculum of secular and Hebrew education." There are now 155 students enrolled in the academy, which during the current year offers classes to children from the first to the sixth grade inclusive, as well as kindergarten groups for children from four to six years of age. The seventh and eighth grades will be added successively each year until a full eight year elementary school program is established, Dr. Andron announced. Transportation, under the supervision of licensed drivers, is available in large modern busses to the pupils of the school, the president continued, and hot lunches, as well as afternoon rerefreshments, are prepared daily in the school's modern and sanitary kitchen and are offered under the supervision of members of the faculty. The academy is a communally sponsored institution and is endorsed by leaders and educators of the whole community. The academy will be open to all residents and tourists of the area from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. during the week. Child Cantor Itzik-1 Alster will conduct services tonight and tomorrow morning at Congregation Beth El. The young singer will also present a concert at the synagogue Sunday night at 7:30. Tickets are available at the synagogue office. %  LEGAL NOTICE Brotherhood Symposium A symposium on brotherhood will take place tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 at the Spinoza Forum in the patio of Dr. Abraham Wolfson's home, 124 11th St., Miami Continuing to appear before packed houses Michel Rosenberg "Atla Boy Getzel," is being held over at the Roumanian Theatre Restaurant, 1610 Alton Road. Adeline Niece, "the Yiddishe Schikse," and comedian Larry Best are still delighting the capacity audiences at the Beach nite spot. Advance reservations are requested and may be made by calling 5-2156 or 5-2157. Dinner is served from 6 p.m. Beach. Participants in the discussion will be Prof. Ralph F. Whelan, Prof. Mark Waldman and Dr. Wolf son. ztfevtfla KUitcuVumi SMORGASBORD AS AN APPETIZER WITH OUR DELICIOUS DINNERS Phone 48-9211 2000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (In the Gables) THE SALVATION ARMY NEEDS YOUR OLD CLOTHING, SHOES, RAGS, FURNITURE, BRIC-A-BRAC, ETC. FOR ITS SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAM. OVER 5.000 GARMENTS, 1.000 PAIRS OF SHOES. 225 PIECES OF FURNITURE GIVEN TO NEEDY APPLICANTS IN 1948. PHONE 3-3864 FOR RED SHIELD TRUCK TO PICK UP YOUR DONATION Rabbi Isaac H. Ever an active leader in numerous civic and religious organizations. LEGAL NOTICE I H E A T R E ROUMANIAN IF YOU CAN'T LAFF DON'T COME! 1000 1000 1 UUU LAUGHS A MINUTE He b Here Ara Delicatessen at ." • sw -''" A I ........ Miami, Florida. Intends* register said name with theClerk „f the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALFRED u DIAMOND Aronovlts. Welnkle & Aronovlts Attorneys for Applicant 74H Sev'bold Building 2/18-26 8/4-11-18 ORDER OF PUBLICATION INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 122430, SHIRLEY JEAN WADSWORTH Devi i:\V Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT A. I v VIEW, Defendant. TO: ROBERT A. DeVIEW 210 S. Saglnaw Street Lapeer. Michigan %  YOU, ROBERT A. DeVIEW, are hereby notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on or before the 22nd day of March. \ 1> 1949, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated; Feb. 17, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal^ Q ^^ Deputy Clerk. MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiff 819 Olympla Bldg. 2/18-26 3/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 22124. In" Re: ESTATE OF Bhlrlev L. De Armond, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified alid required t<> present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Shirley L. De Armond deceased late of Knox County. Tennessee, to the Hon W. F. Blanton, County Judge f Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, 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. Bee Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date February 17. A.D. 1949. MAX R. SILVER. As Ancillary Administrator. C.T.A. of the Estate of SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, Deceased. WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOW1TZ Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A. 2/18-25 8/4-11 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/DRIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 122406. MORRIS BREZINSKY, Plaintiff, vs. ANNA BREZINSKY, Defendant. TO: ANNA BREZINSKY. 83ul Bay Parkway, Brooklyn, New York. You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of eomnlalnt for divorce 'lied against vou by MORRIS BREZINSKY on or before the 22 day of March, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 17 day of February, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff. 2/18-25 3/4-U r <



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PAGE FOURTEEN *Jcni§tfkrtWc*r> FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1949 AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 N ) ] J. 8600 Biscayne Blvd. MUSIC COCKTAILS DINNER SUPPER Reservations Phone PAUL 7-3831 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER America's Foremost Female Impersonators DANNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E. 15th St. Res. 9-3100 • IMMEDIATE SERVIC1 REASONABLE PRICES QUALITY WOPKMAN 1 HIP ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVW, MOTOR TUNE UP LUBRICATION FRfNT-ENO ALIGNMENT PAINTING SEAT COVERS NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTORS HOIP *. MOST MGOi'N F ACUITIES NIW POSTWAR IC/UIPMtNT' and KNOW MOW MECHANICAL STAFF %  UDGET PLAN IF OCSIREO SAM MURRAY 1*17 IISCArNI IOULCVARD PHONE 1 47(1 TRUCK DIVISION 4' H f 7/TH STMfT PM' >,i • Watson Joins Staff Of Charles S. Meyers, Inc. Charles S. Meyers, Inc. has announced the affiliation of R. B. "Dick" Watson with the organization as sales representative of R. B. Watson the Allen-Wales Adding Machine Division of the National Cash Register Company. A graduate of the University of Florida, Mr. Watson has had seven years experience in the sale of business machines, in which the Charles S. Meyers Company specializes. •June Dairy Starts Work On Sow $225,000 Struoturo Work began this week on the S225.000 warehouse and office plant being constructed for the June Dairy Products Company by the Edwards Construction Company. The Luiiding site is located on N.W. 23rd St. between 22nd Ave. and 22nd Ct. and will include a loading platform and individual railroad siding on the Seaboard Airline. Plans call for the erection of a two-story structure of steel and concrete, both fireproof and vermin-proof. Refrigerated storage space for 20 carloads of dairy products and poultry has been included and emergency generating equipment in event of power failure will be provided. Matthew S. Bandler is founder and executive vice president of the June Dairy Products Company which was established in Miami in 1927. The organization was formed by Mr. Bandler following World War I in New York and it has now become one of the fourth largest distributors of dairy products in the United States. Large-Scale Emigration Of Tripolitanian Jews Is Urged In Report LONDON, (JTA)—Large-scale emigration of Jews from Tripolitania was recommended last week in a report to three major Jewish organizations here by Dr. B. Segal, who has just completed a tour of the country and a study of its Jewish population at the behest of the three groups. The report, to the Central British Fund, the Board of Deputies of British Jews and the AngloJewish Association, declared that the 30,000 Jews in Tripolitania are suffering from a fear psychosis since the pogrom of November, 1945, in which over 100 persons died and hundreds were injured. The Jews have not yet received indemnification for damages and losses suffered in the rioting and many are completely destitute, Dr. Segal stated. The position of the community as a whole is "very bad," Dr. Segal asserted, adding that instances of actual starvation of Jews have been reported from outlying districts. He evaluated the day-to-day relief program of the Joint Distribution Committee and expressed the opinion that it was not yet operating on a scale sufficient to meet minimum requirements. Poale Zion To Meet The A. D. Gordon Branch of the Labor Zionist Organization of America, Poale Zion, will meet Tuesday night at 8:30 at the Miami Y. A program will be presented. Young men and women over 21 axe invited to join the group. News Brief Among the organizations benefitting from the Hamid Morton Circus, which recently played here under the auspices of the Miami Shrine Temple, wen I • Miami YMHA nursery school and the National Children's Cardiac Home. — LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UI\ BN <>> %  %  -•' I" business und. the name "' Cumberland Trail. Park nt Southwest >ih Street. M name v Itli the Cleric of the Circuit t ol Laae nty, Floi SAMUEL R ROSENSO.N DANIEL F P VRISER Samuel B. tti % %  :• %  .' %  ; 11-18 | ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TDK CIRCUIT C< H'RT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I-, ,R DA DP3 ''' 'IN TV FLI IRIDA.— IN CHANCERY, X" 122291BEVERLY JOAN HINES, Plaintiff, vVRTHUR .1 HINES Di f' ndanl TO ARTHUR I HINES, \\. Brookb n. N< w V< V i %  l i.. fib v.; r to the bill of complain) fin • • %  fled against vou bv BEVERLY JOAN HINES on or before the n da> if Mar. h. 1949, otherwise the I "aid bill will be taken s coi you DONE AND ORDERED THIS 11 day 01 F, b 149 i: |1, LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol th. Cli lil Court. Cl %  -• i I By R. II RICE, JR Deputy Clerk. GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF Solicitor foi I 2 is-25 :: i-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the unclei slgi ed, di < ngage In business under the flctll name nt National Fish Market at 204 S. \V. • %  th Street, Miami, Fla Intend t'> register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court >r Dade County, Florida. AARON NEISS Rl iBERT FEL1K ARTHUR .1 KATZ MILTON A FRIEDM \ N Attorney for Applicants 2 11-18-23 a i ORDER OF PUBLICATION I.V THE < ll:ci"IT coURT OF THE HTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 122249 RUTH SHADLE. Plaintiff, vs. FRED SHADLE, Defendant YOU, FRED SHADLE, 230 Park Place, Orange, New Jersey, are notified to file your Appearance in the above cause for Divorce, on or before March 14, 1949, or a Decree Pro Confessn will be pntered against you. DATED: February 10. 1949. R3 it LE VTHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By \\ M. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. WASMAN, SILVER ft SAKOW1TZ Attoi nej s for Plaintiff %  iv Seyliold Building 2/11-18-26 8/4-11 NOTICE TO APPEAR IX THE CIRCUIT C( lURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 122039. GERTRUDE COONEY, Plaintiff, vs. JAMES B. CooNEY, Defendant. you, JAMES l: COONEY, .". Milford Avenue, Newark, New Jersey, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for dB on the 7th day of Man h, A D, 1949, otherwise decree pro confeBao "ill be entered against you. Dated thin 1st day of February, A.D. 1949 i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, (Circuit Court Seal) By R. E HODGES, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff Seybold Building 2/4-11-18-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol Tow TI and B< a< h 'lub al i m Lincoln Road, Miami B< ai h, I'l u Ida, Intend to register said name ith the Clerk of the circuit Court of bade County, Florida. MILTON SIRKIN ALEXANDER SIRKIN LEON SIRKIN ADELE ZD/ITZ I '.il I II. IS 2'ii-i8-2r, 8/4-H NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COCRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No' 21S95. In He ESTATE OF IRVING R BECKER. Deceased. To All Creditor! and All Persons ll.ivhie Claims or Demand! Against Said Estate: You and each of you, are herebv notified and iei|uii.-d i., present anv claims and demands which vou or either of you. may hue against'the estate of Irving K Becker de.eappd Uti I Of Miami Beach, Dade County H2EB5* i.V he I 1 "? w K Blanton Count> Judge of I.ade County, and file the same In his office In the. County Courthouse in Pad. Countv Honda within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the e|a| m ant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same w|)| be haired See Sect on 120 of the IMS Probate Art uat January 31, A.D 1949 BEVERLY BECKER, As Administratrix of the Estate of i. & >1 !ff.5;Ji5!S k £l Deceased. MARK SILVERSTEIN A AV >rn .* y for Administratrix LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IV THE CIRCUIT COURT oF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 122216. York are notified t.> file your appearin,-.. In the above cause for divorce on the Mill day of March. A.D 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Hated this 9 day of February, D.D. 1949 K. I!. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. .Circuit Court Seal) .„.„ By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Utorney for Plaintiff %  -. bold Building 11-18 -25 8/4 NO*TICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COORT OF THE HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT F FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 1220J v HARRY FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff, vs. HELEN FRIEDMAN, Defendant. you, HELEN FRIEDMAN, 709 North Kingsley Drive, Hollywood, California, are notified to file your ii am • %  in the above cause for divorce on the 7th day Of March, A.D. 1949, otherwise decree pro confesstfi in be entered against you. Dated this day of February, A.D. 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) I'.;. M. C. FEIOE. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 1023 Seybold Bulding 2 l -11 -1 B 25 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT I'nI'HT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/OKIDA — IN CHANCERY, Case No 122137. GLORIA SANDAUER, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM SANDAUER, Defendant. To: William Sandauer < 'are of Max Sands u r 300 Wot mil Stn • i New York City, New York Y'ou anhereby required to file an appearance In the above action for divorce on or before the 9th day of March, 1949. otherwise, a Decree Pro Confesso "ill I ntered against you. Dated this 7th day of February, 1919. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. w. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. HARi iLD SHAPIRO Attorney for Plaintiff :' 11-18-25 :; i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UND Flcrrr^r NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVTOJ .,. the undersigned, desiring to i nr.. th c business under the fictitious ff ta Warren Supply at WSH^JJ Street, Hlaleah, Florida, IntVna 50 ? 1 register said name with the cww 2 th. Orooit Court of Dace f*g EUGENE R KATZ JAMES BRESIXJW HARRY DIETZ. ""IXJW Attorney for Applicants Congress Building 1/28 2/4-11-18-26 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T HP 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 5S FLORIDA, IN AND FOR D ATW COUNTY. IN CHANCERY A £" 122250 "*• "• MURRAY ROSENBERG, Plaintiff v. L1HBE ROSENBERC.,' TWend.nt YOU. EIBBE ROSENBErWJ Avenue ••Y," BROOKLYN, MSS YORK, are notified to file your At, t>earance In the above cause for Dl vorce, on or before March 14 IJM" or a Decree Pro Confesso will be D'. tered against you. DATED: February 10, 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Cinrh WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Plaintiff 918 Seybold Bldg. 2/11-18-25 3/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i n business under the fictitious name of The Washerterla at 904 S. Miami Ave Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name withe th Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MATILDA FEINSTEIN Sole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant Seybold Bldg. 1/21-28 2/4-11-18 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 122238. DORIS ABRAMSON, Plaintiff, vs. JOE ABRAMSON, Defendant. T< l: .P IE AU.lt \MS, i.\ i .i Rlee Motel Houston. Texas (>n or before the 12th day of March. 1919. you are hereby notified to file your appearance or answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce In the ahove styled cans.-, otherwise said Bill of C plaint for Divorce will be taken as confessed by you. This order t.. be published in the Jewish Florldian Miami, Florida Dated this io day of February, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, ,_Deputy Clerk. GENET ft GENET i-'" Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 2 11-18-23 ?. I ORDER OF PUBLICATION In THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR I'A HE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. l :'_'"! %  SYLVIA LEVITT, Plaintiff, vs. ARL .1 LEVITT, Defendant YOU, c.\Ri. .1. LEVITT, 1604 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on or '••'""• the 7th day of March, A.D. 1949, or a Decree Pro Confess,, will De entered against vou. A.Di94? : T '""" 3r '' lay 0| vl "" uar y. B. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. ir< nit Courl Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, 8SS8T s "-" : 5W*r Suite 918 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 1-11-18 2:, ?. 4 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Max's Delicatessen at 1131 West Flag. ler Street, Miami, Fla., intend to register xaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MURRAY BUHNER LEON NAMOFF, Partners MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 2/11-18-25 3/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 121962. ALICE ABRAMS. Plaintiff, vs. VICTOR ABILAMS, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: VICTOR ABRAMS, B49 Duxhwlck Avenue, Brooklyn. New York. Y'ou are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed against you In the above styled causa on or before the 28 day of February. 1919. otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. DATED this 27 day of January, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH W. MALEK. Solicitor for Plaintiff 1701 Congress Building 1/28 2/ 4-11-lg NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Esther Shop at 48 E. Flagler Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL BUTTON 1/28 2/4-11-18-25 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY'. — IN CHANCERY, No. 121922. ANNA SEDIACEK, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH SEDIACEK, Defendant. YOU, JOSEPH SEDIACEK, MM Basset Avenue, Bronx. New York, are notified to file your Appearance In the above cause for Divorce, on or Del the 28th day of February. A.D. 1949, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. HATED: This 26th day of January, A.D. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. E. HODGES. Deputy Clerk. WASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ Attorneys Seybold Bldg. 1/28 2/4-11-18-2S N TICE -J,, NDER F 'CTITIOUS NAME LAW ll II in her 102*5 \ w ..-,!., •v/'nV, 1 ;,,,', 1 ""' 1 Owrt of Dade MALCOLM FIRST, \ t ,.. '" Owner A I KAPLAN A" rney for Applicant ongress Bldg. 4-11-18-26 N0T CE NA D ER FlCTIT 'OUS ni ni 8n f r and Shoe Florid^ ""5 Av "n>". Miami • 'w.h '1he'cfeTk of^f' M ?Ti 8 8 1 LOUIS MANAS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 21999. In Re: ESTATE OF ELIZABETH RAJNA, Deceased. „ „ TO All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against awe You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present nr claims and demands which you. • either of you, may have against "• estate of ELIZABETH RAJNA at ceased late of Dade County. ^ or1 f.*; to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and lg*H same in his office In the Count> Courthouse In Dade County, Frio. within eight calendar months t nm_JS date of the first publication n r '7 n Said claims or demands to "itain the legal address of the claimant ana to be sworn to and presented as "" said, or same wlfi be barred. Section 130 of the 1033 Probst; A". Date January 28. A.D. lj> 9 M ALFRED RA J N A, rf As Administrator of the Bst< "' ELIZABETH RAJNA, Deceased ELRY STONE 1010 Congress Building Muml. Fla. Attorney for Administrator 3/4-11-11-2* — ^J*



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RIDA 1 FTSRUABT 18. 1949 +J&*istfkrKMar PAGE FTTEEN sab Will St vie ShornA : ._• ,3r:u3 of HaCT-. :d. Margaret New="..:: .. to • %  -y %  •> modrii and Ha. accessories I -:-i:ComK---'%  %  -„ Patricia Vance — ,. d Adfer at the | v sbing to play %  pan -.-. i to J and l 3 lerrvw nnnai will be ifbir is Mrs. a arbfl win be as>• rn.Mrs.DnU r* -he M P tea, Harry Elson. August Harry .:-.. Jack MitA---'.. --. :;; Herman Xwail and / Leonard ALa^hie. Pre*. r*ri DIGNITY w RESPECT Imag Slaeber^. Tree*. refreshment com-'V' Derem R Gold "Jjt Laufer. Other Mrs. Albert RosMrs. Rae Fro me. y.'."; ; --.:..-.. and Mrs. y'..%  .-. rcr. and Mrs. Sol St fait ----•/ : u :y membership cr.i;' Legion Post Pledges I Support To Governor \ jfca Beach Post No. 85. II i :-.ir.g on a rcor.naire Ralph I. a eL sent a letter to GovWarren endorsing his Icaapaign .llegahze trie Ku IKIUX Klan Florida. The post i : tartad support. | News Brief I..: n conducted ;hambe* of Com|: ? '. ~ Pancoast and |: DoPrea became | r irdol i^ectcrs. .-. .... Jit..-rungs Therrel I v tfaon were reL-; .-..-. .rrtion of officers I .-. the :.-.amber buildMaking plans for the 13m annual 'Bar \t-rr' stars :cr. Tinhoo of B =ai B'nth Lodges to be held \m %  aaaBa* Cafta. Ha? 5. 7 and 8 are L to r. Aaron Farr si Far? ?:urs. lac Mrs. 5am Silver, president of the stat B aai B ritk *:mB s Crgamsancns; and Milton Friedman, president of the Florida Ftderancn :£ 3 aai B'rith Lodges. Saul Kenhok To Open ** %  •*• Kosher Market In Gables : : : m me area I Tstt --: aev aKashrutn observing resuienta :: Coral Gabies are anticipating the sonal] the Jservance :: opening m the near future of a kashn strictiv kosher market to be op%  <***= : =* — j -1 will spec erated by Saul Kenhok at 263: ;.. ^ M I",..., ,. Ponce de Leon Blvd. tto products. Mr Cenhola Mr. Kenholz, who is well knewour competent start is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service I1M4.I s-s** 4 Ciapt/ iS50 ALTOS IOAIJ m Greater Miami, where ha las been in the kosher meat business anywhere m Greater M 1512 N. Breed Street Philadelphia MIAMI 5EACH t 5 aaajoM 4 Cimfi/ttt rtttfrt Sttw NEW SHOW TONIGHT 1 Temple Israel SiNCerhMid Will Hold Card Party A garden and bridge party "-'-be given by the Sisterhood :: Temple Israel Tuesday it : z ~r. at the home of Mrs. Philip Isaacs, 15 East San Marino Dr. Miami Beach. Mrs. Isaac Lev..-., p dent, has announced. The party, which wdl mark tha Sisterhood's 23rd birthday, will be the most important social affair sponsored by the orgaruzatirn this season, according to Mr?. Levin. In addition to bridge, man jong. gin and ;ther games will be played. The George Washington t day motif will be carried out in the decorations and refreshrre.-.ti Co-chairmen for trie event are Mrs. Sidnev Wemtraub and Mrs Edward LCowen. Assisting them will be the Mesdames HenryWolff. Harry V. Simons, Elry Stone. Harold Spaet. Al Greer. William Singer. Morton Russac.<. Dan Ruskm. SteUa Hantman. Adolph Wertheimer. CoLma.A Zwitman. Lucille Lichtenstetter and Isaac Lev:-. The affair is open to all mem-: bers and friends, Mrs. Levin has | announced, and tickets may be purchased from committee mem.-j oers. Mendelsohn's Bgg Restaurant 1301 Coll.n* A., MUml Bach WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE TELMHONS 5-0a5 A'R COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED Fre* Parking m Rear MBMI YOUR INCOME TAX Prepared Correctly by MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MABQUA. Tax Co n su lt ant _Main Offict, 7117 Biscayne Bled. Phone 7-0543 MIRRORS HNEST QUALITY — MADE TO OHDEB IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Class Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE If Ift OMes We Haaa IT 1805 PURDY AVt. M. B. PH. 5-3a OH MM Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ (. s now you moy toke yogf choke! Craoan


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PAGE SIXTEEN vjewist f/cridian FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18| Beth David Site Is Dedicated Over 1000 people witnessed the dedication of the new site of Beth David Congregation on S.W. 3rd Ave. and 26th Road Sunday morning. Louis Heiman, program chairman, gave a short address, which was followed by the hallowing of the grounds by Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches. Marcia Feingold, Barbara Safer, Bobby Sterling and Stanley Rose, children of the Sunday school, planted a tree. Official ground-breaking ceremonies have been set for Sunday, March 13. State and local dignitaries are expected to attend this affair and construction will begin shortly after the ceremonies. The contract for the construction was unanimously approved at a meeting last week and awarded to the Star Construction Cornpan}-, of which Arthur Shandloff is president. Stockdale Opposes 5% Hotel Tax Grant Stockdale, young business man who is a candidate for the state legislature in today's Democratic primary runoff, went on record this week as opposing the 5 c 'c hotel tax. He stated that the proposed measure would create an injustice to a particular group of our society and that if the tax were put into operation, it would not be long before other taxes would be imposed upon other special occupational groups such as druggists and farmers. "The real danger," Stockdale stated, "lies in making a precedent for this form of taxation, for. once begun, no one can predict where it will lead us." Stockdale discussed the state educational program and advocated that a definite date be established between June 10 and 15 as an absolute deadline for school functions throughout the state. Stockdale's opponent in today's run-off is J. Fritz Gordon. Winner of this election will meet Republican Candidate Duncan Held in a general election on March 1. Rose Pertes. The organization's annual festival and Purim ball will be held Saturday evening, March 12, at the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel, according to Mrs. Samuel Beck, president. Mrs. Irving Hirsch has been named chairman of the affair. Sisterhood Party Sunday The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Tfilah will sponsor a package party Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at the synagogue, according to Mrs. S. Shapiro, president. Refreshments will be served. There is no admission. Hiida Fleenor Miami An v i l i arv Homo For Aged Will Give Tea Little Hilda Fleenor, dancer, will be one of the featured entertainers at the membership tea to be sponsored by the Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at Beth El auditorium. Also on the program will be Harold Shapiro, guest speaker; Allen Towne, mimic of ceremonies Anne Siegel, pianist; the Amazing Maurice, magician; Chester Davis, international whistler. Mrs. Nat E. Katz is chairman of the affair. Asisting her are the Mesdames Ethel Burnstein, Sidney Covner, Irving Hirsch and L AND V QUALITY BAKE SHOP 210 N. E. 1st AVE. WE DO NOT HANDLE NON-KOSHER PRODUCTS • Daily Specials • High Grade Pastries and Cookies. • Best Baked Goods. • Fancy Decorated Cakes For All Occasions. • Baking Done On Premises. Open Daily Till 11 P. M. Delivery Service Call 3-4331 Blue .Ribbon L& %  i WIN <50o LISTEN TO WWPB 9:30 A.M. FOR RULES i -\A>ii:-iT-si;nvi


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%  I Message Front The President We approach another Brotherhood Week at a time when none „,„ rioU bt the urgency of its reminder that men of all creeds and arps are boundd together in one common fate. This association in a common destiny means that the real nrnhk-ms of the world are thouse of human relations. In this age fJhen science has tapped the atom's nucleus, man must tap the nudsui of understanding without which there is no wisdom, no cnirit for righteous action, and no mutual concern. Brotherhood is the solution. It is the source of the unity within mination which will make us powerful in example and strong in moral purpose so that we may give to our world the leadership worthyof our heritage. Moreover, our future as a nation can be hriuerit with immeasurable achievement as we extend liberty within our borders and lead mankind to a united world without ancient hates and enlightened by the recognition that all mankind I* one family. Brotherhood Week is the occasion for rededication of the Amc ican people to these high spiritual objectives. I therefore, call upon the American people to participate in Broterhood Week, sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. I urge a personal rededication to the princioles"of equality and justice which have made our country great, and I hope that all institutions of education, religion, civic betterment and the media of communications will engage in community activity to make brotherhood a living reality. Let us join as a united people to serve with diligence that brotherhood which springs from the Fatherhood of God and which nffprn true glory to our nation and hope to all mankind. 01 HARRY S. TRUMAN President of the United States of America JOHN E. PORTE MIAMI BEACH Hardeman-Wooten Agency—Insurance J. V. Hardeman and Harry D. Woolen 223 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-4667 ACE EXTERMINATING CO. Complete Exterminating Service FREE INSPECTION 2377 N. W. 77th Terrace Phone 7-5347 VENETIAN MARKET 108 N. E. 2nd AVENUE Phone 2-5941 R. W. BROWN and CO. A Complete Line of Fertilizers for All Occasions FEED and SUPPLIES 274 SUNSET DRIVE Call 4-3375 SOUTH MIAMI M. B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building Phone 2-4958 La Vigne Electric Company 38 N.W. Seventh Street—Phone 2-1759 • Huntington Trowbridge Jr. "15 Years in Yacht Insurance Exclusively" PHONE 5-6642 1213 Lincoln Road Miami Beach m Washington's Birthday On Washington's birthday, an American's thoughts turn naturally to the foundations of our republic and to the great work wrought by the Founding Fathers. Throughout a large part of today's world people cower in terror of secret police, political judges, and summary "justice" (God save the mark!) A few words laid end to end in the "wrong" order may cost a man his head: a political misstep can wipe out a whole village. We Americans enjoy the priceless protections of due process of law. Our Fathers had the wisdom to guarantee us "certain unalineable rights," and to root these rights in the equal creation of all men by the unchangeable God. "All men are created equal," they said, and "are endowed by their Creator with certain unalineable Rights, (and) among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness." If this be not true—holly and entirely and literally true —our rliberties rest indeed on shifting sands. Let us remember this during Brotherhood Week (Feb. 20-27). Remember it! Practice it! EDWARD J. HEFFRON Director of Media Relations of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Up-lo-Dale Van Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 ROYAL BAKING COMPANY TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS E. STRECKER Truck Body Builder 724 N. W. 21st Street DR. F. H. FISHER OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST 921 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3580 MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES. Inc. FIRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY — ANNUAL DIVIDENDS — Ingraham Building Phone 3-5471 PEST CONTROL SERVICE TERMITE PROOFING—FUMIGATING—MOTH PROOFING Bonded Uniformed Operators MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH — CORAL GABLES Biscayne Exterminating Service, Inc. 303 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-6401 DONT TOLERATE—EXTERMINATE Miiq/um, 9nc. Women's Apparel 738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429 MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY 400 S. W. 8th Avenue PHONE 9-2477 950 N. W. 73rd Street TIP TOP GROCERY STORES "THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 N. W. Fifth Street — Phone 2-8194 1301 West Flagler Street — Phone 2-6745 665 N. W. 36th Street — Phone 7-6276 2425 S. W. 8th Street — Phone 4-4461 II. I.. ROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 2-5511 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" Miami, Fla. 1369 N. Bayshore Drive Ijkninistrative ,tt act itself requirements which establishes I ment opportunities. MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY, Inc. Compute Abstract and Title Insurance Serrice THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH Frist National Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH Caruso Iron Works Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work Rear of Aviation Building 3240 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 82-6714 :;\w:>v:;vey:;w::v".vf/. :w:>e>: .v%/:;\w; • • • ••;.• >•/"\/' • • •. '•;: .VA">! f |"reasorDie ana suiiao.e resettle-1 recognize^ ^ l ^^oS^'jM^nBnia£iAin *•• lernick.



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• I JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT & AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Pan-American Bank Bldg. Miami, Fla. KUBBY HOUSE RESTAURANTS 106 N. Miami Avenue 261 E. Flagler Street Miami Phone 3-4859 CHARRONWILLIAMS Commercial College 804 N.E. Second Avenue Mary Williams, B. S., Director Miami, Florida BILT-RITE BLIND CO. (Not Incorporated) Manufacturers VENETIAN BLINDS CORNICES REFINISHING REPAINTING Our New Home 21 Almeria Ave. CORAL GABLES Phone 4-6921 •nil 3807 N.E. 2nd AVE. DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH. Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441 MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY 1013 duPont Building Phone 2-4033 $ GULP ELECTRIC SERVICE 3529 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4113 yi PETE GASCOYNE ALLIED INDUSTRIES CORP. 2851 S. W. 31st Ave. Miami BERKLEY LTD., INC. WOMEN'S APPAREL "The Friendly Shop" 836 Lincoln Road—281 Coral Way Nice Mrs. X is busy breaking children's hearts She's • good mother .' a kindhearted woman. She wouldn't harm even a fly. Not deliberately, that it.' She doesn't stop to consider how word — a careless, cruel word — will stick in a child's mind. For yean, perhaps. Maybe for a lifetim$. So she says — "I wish you wouldn't play with that new child down the block." Perhaps she doesn't even say why." Sladoesn't have to. Children catch on. They know why their mother objects to "that new child." It's because of his religion. Or maybe his race. And so—carelessly, unthinkingly —unot her seed of prejudice is planted. And; down the block; another child's heart Is broken: Maybe you know Mrs: Xl Maybe she lives next doer. Maybi iht Hvtt iv$n clour than that* Won't you please think ft over? • For our children's sake—for our own sake; we can all do these three things to help build a better Amerioai 1. ACCEPT-or reject -people on their bdrrlduii worth. 2. DONT LISTEN to, or spread, rarnors sftlnst a race, or a religion. 3. SPEAK UP, wherever we are, against prejudice, and work for nndertttndlnt. Remember— THAT'S BEING AN AMERICAN Pnit thia mniKr In • public plao*. Eitri copiea free: Write Adrertttinf Council, Dept. T.3J, 11 W. *2nd St.. Nw York 18. N.V. SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON Builders Contractors 236 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-3067 LOTSP1 H II FLOORING CO. 3800 N. E. 1st Avenue JOHN A. MOORE AND RISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. Blue Prints — Photostats — Drawing Materials Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouse) 47 N.W. FIRST STREET Phone 3-3666 THE BLUE DERBY On the Trail at 7th Avenue PHONE 2-9315 DINING ROOM, COUNTER and CURB SERVICE FULL COURSE DINNER BLUE PLATE MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH 1 STORE FIXTURES II A 1 III STORE 25 Years Experience in Fine Cabinet Work at Your Servics FURNITURE. BANK, OFFICE. STORE & BAR FIXTURES Made to Order 3240 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 9-7063 &/M/



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Scott Motor A Salvage Company 2320 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78.2702 AUTO LOCK AND HARDWARE CO. SEND US YOUR LOCK TROUBLES J. P. AND JOHN NILON 1304 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 9-3144 P. RICHARDSON Iniulaiion • Firebrick Tanks Trap* and Regulator! 311 Mendosa Aranue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 4-2201 p hone 82 5782 HUNTER LYON, INC. 901 So. Miami Ave. 3-3331 INSURANCE RIDICULOUS...Isn't It? If you ever saw an ad lrke this you'd laugh right out foud. Yet, right now at employment offices throughout our nation, good, capable men anclwomen are bemg denied good jobs because of one ugly word DISCRIMINATION Discrimination means, of course, that some people would like to prove that they are better than others, even though science ind religion) says they're talking through their hats. So they t.irn thumb* down on men or women who could do the company a lot of good. Just because of race, religion or the part of the world their parents came from. Anybody who discriminates against a fellow American beccuse of race or religion is playing right into the hands of those who don't want Democracy to work. America is proving to the DIXIE HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. ROOFING. ASBESTOS SIDING INSULATION 1016 N. Miami Ave. Phones 2-3216—3-7589 world that Democracy is working here—and that it is working better every day. For our own sake-fbr America's sake, we can all do these three things to help the cause of unity: I, Atttpt — or r.f*r — paopl* onfy on thiir Individual worth. J. Don't litlm fo, or tpread, rvmen oyoimf a rat: or o rttighn. 3. Spaak up, whwivf you or., against pr./udic, for letoWondJng. KfMEMBtR MAI* UINO AN AMMfCAN Pott tkk m——fr 'n • pabfta p/*ot. Extra copitt Irm: Writ* AdnrtMnt Coundk Dpt. T-SO, IS W.u 43th 8trt. N— Ytk If. N. Y. HANCOCK Refrigeration Co. "FRIGIDAIRE DEALER" Solos and Service 3637 N. W. 17th Ave. Phono 7-7276 H. C. HANCOCK, Prop. Bond Transfer Co. Trucking 1812 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-3144 ABBOTT ELECTRIC INC. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES Wiring — Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONES: 3-8284—7-3082 HICHTEfl'S JEWELRY CO., Inc. 160 E. Flagler Street PHONE 3-2197 ACME SUPPLY COMPANY Specialists in ROOFING-METAL WORK Gutters, Leaders, Skylights Ventilators — Boats Tanks Air-Conditioning 1905 N. W. First Court PHONE 9-1807 FLAMINGO PLAZA HOTEL 1Q 55 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach "GENE" Groover's Pharmacy i 401 41st Street MIAMI BEACH 9 S. II. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washlnot-n Pv-iue MIAMI 1EACH. FLA. East Coast Fisheries, Inc. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO, INC. General Contractors Now Located — 1827 Purdy Ave. Phone 58-3133 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA u1 i nt_ —-inoinio" Koreitm Minuter vmutmtM awwuwa. ernick. u..u **•>



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PAGE TWENTY Camp Osceola To Hold Reunion Camp Osceola for Boys and Girls held its annual camp reunion at the home of the directors, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver, 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach on Sunday afternoon, at 3 p.m. Campers, friends and parents attended the affair. The Silvers announce registration for the 1949 summer season. Camp will open July 3 and close August 27. This season is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the boys camp and the fourth year under the Silvers' operation. Parents interested in enrolling their children in either Camp Osceola for Boys or Camp Osceola for Girls may contact the directors at 5-5975 or 5-4239. Mr. Silver is a member of the faculty of the school of education of the University of Miami and is now on leave of absence from the Dade County public schools. His wife. Belle Segal Silver, is active in community work and is president of Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. Among the old campers present were: Tobianne Banowitz, Roberta Cameron. Sandra DeLeon, Susan Fenton, Harriet Gar.s, Lillian Gilman, Ruth Gorden. Joy and Susan Kane, Francine Kaufman, Barbara and Paulette Kohn, Helen Liss, Barbara Rosen, Norman Wolfson, Sidney Ehrtns, Samuel Fishman. Bill Gorden, Buddy Levin. Stephen Maloff, Norman Segal, Kenneth Sher. Paul Shorr. Steven Tendrich, and Bernard Wolfson. Counselers present were: Tom : Beach Center Religious School Opens New Class Harry Sirkin, chairman of the daily Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces the opening of a new beginners class in Hebrew, to be held at the School Building, 1415 Euclid Ave. This class for new students started sessions Monday afternoon. Children from the North Beach area will be picked up and returned by car. Parents are urged to register their children immediately for this new class. For further details, please contact the Center office—58-2503. Herbert Silver Hayden. Richard Kirshberg, Peter and Helen Cushing, Edith Fisher, Selma Hayden, Ann Tobin, Irvin Katz, Mickey Einhorn, Gigi Bryant. Doris Hyman, Allen Shaw, Art and Bernice Griffith. Burd Is Honored By JWV Post At a recent meeting of the Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174. Jewish War Veterans, a certificate of merit "for outstanding services, not only to the post, but to the veterans of this area as a whole." was voted to Jack Burd. Burd, a resident of this area for over 20 years, is now confined to the Veterans Hospital, and the presentation was made to him in his room at the hospital Saturday by Obbie Rosenthal, commander of the post. Commander Rosenthal was accompanied by Hy M. Morris, adjutant; Sid Horn, senior vice commander: Frank Kline, quartermaster; Ted Lingaton, trustee, and Mrs. Rose Horn, president of the ladies auxiliary. Prior to his forced retirement from all activities, a year ago, Burd was state service oficers for the State of Florida, service officer for the Norman Bruce Brown Post, and service officer for the state department of the Jewish War Veterans. AD/yt.25* Kennel West Flagler St. at 37th Ave.'Post Time =IL *knisfi fhridHair} Jewish Quiz Box Q.: What is a Chuppah? A • The term Chuppah is the name given to the br.dal camopy under which bride and groom are married according to Jewish tradition. • Q.: What is the origin of this term? A.: The term Chuppah supposedly comes from a Hebrew word meaning to cover. Since the canopv is in reality a cover of a sort, it is fittingly referred to as a chuppah which literally means a cover. • • Q.: Why is it necessary lo have a Chuppah at a traditional wedding ceremony? A.: The simplest reason advanced is the fact that in Jewish life marriage is regarded as a revered institution. Thus, a Jew cannot just select his wife and take off with her anywhere that he pleases. From the early days, marriage required a special place —a private atmosphere of some sort. Thus, for example, it is claimed by many that the original connotation of the term Chuppah indicated the room which bride and groom had chosen to occupy. It was customary, then, for the bride and groom to be married in the room they expected to occupy and ther. to be left alone to each other as a symbol of belonging to each other. Even to this day the observant Jews require the bride and groom to be ushered into a room after the ceremony to be left alone to eat for a while as a symbil of their newly-won right to privacy and belonging to each other. GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. 50 West Flagler Street INVESTORS SYNDICATE duPont Building PHONE 82-7641 YOU ARE WELCOME TO PRACTICE GOLF At The West Flagler Driving ltange 2901 W. Flagler St. Ph. 48-9170 Jewish Youth In Jai Alai Debut Martin Perfit, only AmericanJewish Jai Alai professional in the history of the sport, made his successful debut at the Biscayne Fronton in Miami last week when ho came in to place in a match with seasoned international stars. A native of Brooklyn, Martin was a student at the University of Miami until entering the army in 1946. While stationed in Brussels, Belgium, the Jewish youth first familiarized himself with the cesta and pelota. Following his return to Miami where he reentered the University, Martin obtained permission to practice at the Fronton. A brilliant future in a sport hitherto limited to the Basques and Latins is being predicted for Martin Perfit whose career will be followed eagerly by Miami's Jewish Jai Alai enthusiasts. HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES P0HY BAR 224 North Miami Avenu. PHONE 2-9428 JEWELS SILVER WORKS OF ART Furniture. Antiques and Curioi INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1109 Lincoln Rd., Miami Bejch A. SCHORR, Representatiw Business Phone 58-1025 Residence Phone 2-2503 FRANK STRAW ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR ELECTRICAL LIGHTING AND SERVICE 1236 N. E. 2nd Avenue BABY DIE-DEE DIAPER SERVICE AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR DIAPERS & BABY CLOTHES 2111 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 95593 FEUER A USENiim KeolbA Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road, Miami-Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 14 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach LEO EISENSTEIN W. I. FEUER Everything for the Motorist Your Smooth Tires have more TRAIIE-1X Value when you buy SEIBERLING TIRES "America's Finest Tire" $2.00 down puts a new SEIBERLIN on your carl Balance $1.25 per week USE YOUR CREDIT at your nearest Dixie Service Station r^Nv ToiS.W. 1st STREET 5327 N. M1AMTAVE. 945 FIFTH St 3539 N.W. 17th AVE. 1840 ALTON RD.M F/ec/rica/ Appliances foi the Home 945 FIFTH ST. MJ 1840 ALTON RD. M. B. TRULY NOLEN. 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