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

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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^UMJ~22-NUMBER 17
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 29, 1949"
PRICE TEN CENTS
labbi Herzog to Speak; Federation Rebudgets
Indgrt Group
fo Ileeommend
le-allorations
_ first meeting of the newly
ded board of governors of the
eater Miami Jewish Federation
be held shortly after the an-
meeting will consider as its
st order of business recom-
fcndatior.s by the budget com-
Ittee to revise its original al-
tations in line with a goal of
1881,737. In view of the fact
Bt only $1,000,000 has thus far
en raised,"the budget commit-
has begun to re-allocate on
basis of this sum.
he first meeting of the com-
ittee was held Monday evening
[Federation headquarters. At
meeting representatives of
fanizations which had not pre-
lusly been considered for in-
ision in the local budget ap-
red before the committee.
were American Biro Bidjan
nittee and the Jewish Folk
orus.
iax Meisel, chairman of the
dget committee, pointed out
difficult task with which he
the members of his commit-
are confronted. "The job is
daily difficult," he said, "be-
thus far Federation has
Iched only 53 per cent of its
and because the needs, both
tional and overseas, are real
immediate."
(embers of the budget corn-
include: David Andron,
fChaikin, Dr. Frank Coret, Jos-
Duntov, Dr. Stanley Frehl-
Milton A. Friedman, Maurice
nan, Joseph Gardner, Mrs.
s Glasser, Sam Goldman,
Abraham Goodman, Stuart
don, Laurence Levenson,
Rabe, Morton Russak,
nuel T. Sapiro, I. S. Shapoff,
ton Sirkin, Alfred E. Stone
Col. Elrv Stone.
Mass Demonstration Wednesday
To Mark Birthday Of Israel
Last Rites For Rabbi
Meir Bar-Han,
Mizrachi Leader
JERUSALEM, IsraelFuneral
services for Rabbi Meir-Bar-Ilan
(formerly Berlin), president of
the World Mizrachi Organization,
who passed away Sunday night,
April 17, while addressing a con-
ference of the Mizrachi Organiza-
tion of Israel here in the Holy
City, were held last week. The
world religious-Zionist leader
died of a heart attack after a
protracted illness. He would have
been 69 on the 10th of Iyar, May 9.
The funeral procession marched
from Rabbi Berlin's home past
the Mizrachi center, "Beth Meir,"
which was named for him. He
was buried in a temporary ceme-
tery in a metal coffin.
Rabbi Bar-Ilan, who last month
Hebraized his surname from Ber-
lin, during the last few months of
his life vigorously fought for the
inclusion of Jerusalem within the
boundaries of Israel. He recently
testified before the United Na-
tions Conciliation Commission
where he opposed the interna-
tionalization of the Holy City, de-
claring that under Israel's juris-
diction the holy places of all
faiths would continue to be safe-
guarded.
Born in Volozhin, Russia, on
The Jewish community of
Greater Miami will celebrate the
first anniversary of the Declara-
tion of Independence of the State
of Israel at a mass demonstration
Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Flamingo
Park, 11th St. and Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach. In case of rain the
ceremonies will be held at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, 17th
St. and Washington ave.
Participating in the program,
which has been arranged by the
Greater Miami Zionist Emergency
Council, will be Mayor Robert L.
Floyd of Miami, Mayor Marcie
Liberman of Miami Beach, I. R.
Goodman, chairman Greater Mi-
ami Zionist Emergency Council,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, Rever-
end Edward W. Ullrich, vice
chairman Greater Miami chapter
American Christian Palestine
Committee, Dr. David Andron,
April 25, 1880, the son of Rabbi
Naftali Zvi Yehudah, the world-
renowned head of the Volozhin
Yeshiva, he studied in his father's
yeshiva.
Rabbi Bar-Ilan was a leading
member of the executive com-
mittee of the World Mizrachi Or-
ganization since 1911. He was
president of the world religious-
Zionist movement since 1931,
and the vice president of all
World Zionist congresses held
since 1921. In 1923, Rabbi Bar-
Ilan was president of the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological Sem-
inary of Yeshiva University, New
York. m
Burnett Roth, and Rabbi Simon
April of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Youth
groups participating in the pro-
gram include Jr. Hadassah, Ma-
sada, IZFA, Senior Judaea, Ha-
bonim and the Boy Scouts of
America.
The Cantors' Association head-
ed by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, in
cooperation with Rabbi Leon
Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom,
has prepared a narration involv-
ing music, drama, singing and
dancing, including soloists, Uni-
versity of Miami chorus of 60,
other choirs and the Greater Mi-
ami youth groups.
Mayors of Miami and Miami
Beach have officially proclaimed
May 4, 1949, the English equival-
ent of Iyar 5, 5709, as "Israel
Independence Day."
I. R. Goodman states that, "this
event has been recognized by
government and man as a his-
toric phenomenon generated out
of the undying convictions of a
people who refuse to surrender
their individuality, and who
baffled and refuted predictions."
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements consists of Dr. David
S. Andron, chairman, Burnett
Roth, co-chairman, Rabbi Murray
Grauer, Mrs. George M. Cohen,
Saul Ashkenazy, Mrs. Louis
Glasser. Mrs. Abraham Goodman,
Alfred Stone, Dr. E. J. Edelman,
Theodore Nelson, Mrs. Frieda
Kalstein, Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer, Mrs. Milton Sirkin and I. R.
Goodman.
Federation Will
Hear Chief Rabbi
Off Israel May 5
Rabbi Dr. Isaac Halevi Herzog,
chief rabbi of the State of Israel,
will be principal speaker at the
annual meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation to be
held Thursday at 8 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center,
r 18,000 Pay Last Respects To Rabbi Stephen S. Wise
EW YORK. (JTA)Leaders
walks of American life,
tesman for the many and
groups and organizations
(the Jewish community and
py friends and colleagues
N persons of all faiths, last
Jk joined thousands of mem-
I of the pur-lie in paying their
[respects to Rabbi Stephen S.
* who died in a New York
IF Flower Day
tf For May 4
W. Flower Day will begin at
powr. May 3 and last all day
% coinciding with the first
[versary of the rebirth of Is-
[ 'fording to an announce-
1 ST Clara Goldenberg and
Is t banning, chairmen of the
1 troceeds will go toward
"S'u'jn and reclamation of
in Israel.
fve hundred volunteers will
1nowers on the streets of
pw Miami, the chairmen an-
. e- L|'B"K everyone to pur-
"QWers, they state, "As we
e this most joyous anni-
,m,Uclmusl remember that
7 tnere is no need nor
'" a forty years interval
l', "Deration and settlement
' '""! There's no obstacle
8 realization of the resettle-
iip Hfa,a unless we fail to
fur duty."
.foe committee in charge of
VinLar.e: thc Mesdames Min-
EdtBSon,' J- z Stadlan,
1,k Bookspan, Dorf. Re-
I Wlmer' Rae Chanock, Hy-
[^"hn. Rose Lustig, Eleanor
iGnitn Schachno, Laster,
Skv f' Sam Zabarsky, Sam
FW ,U1S Fe'nstein, Rabbi
nan m .U1S Einstein, Flo
n ak a5?,n. Mrte. Gilbert
7$? f chafer. Marvin and
lis, Jean Nevel, Harriet
hospital at the age of 75.
When the services began in
Carnegie Hall 3,200 persons were
inside the Hall and another 15,-
000 jammed the sidewalks out-
side the building. President Tru-
man was personally represented
by his assistant David Niles.
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise
President Weizmann could not at-
tend because he was indisposed,
but Mrs. Weizmann, Ambassador
Eliahu Elath, Consul-General Ar-
thur Lourie, Mrs. Eleanor Roose-
velt and Mayor William O'Dwyer
were present. Three hundred
policemen were on duty, includ-
ing an honor guard of Shemrin
members of an organization of
Jews on New York's police force.
The interment took place at the
Westchester Hills Cemetery of the
Free Synagogue at Hasting-on-
Hudson. A police unit escorted
the cortege to the city line from
where it was accompanied by
state trooper*.
Dr. David Petegorsky, execu-
Jewish Congress, delivered the
eulogy. Officiating at the services
were Rabbis Edward E. Klein and
J. X. Cohen of the Free Syna-
gogue, which Rabbi Wise founded
and of which he was senior rabbi.
Dr. Wise died last Tuesday at
Lenox Hill Hospital, where he
underwent a serious abdominal
operation. Dr. Wise died within
several weeks after the Jewish
and non-Jewish world celebrated
his seventy-fifth birthday. Among
the great men who sent messages
of condolence were President
Chaim Weizmann, President Tru-
man, Israeli Premier David Ben
Gurion, Ambassador Eliahu
Elath. Messages of condolence
were also sent by all major Jew-
ish organizations in the United
States.
Dr. Wise was born in Budapest,
Hungary, on March 17, 1874. On
the occasion of the celebration of
his 75th birthday some six weeks
ago he declared he was born in
the birthplace of Max Nordau
and Theodore Herzl and that it
was from them that he acquired
"at birth" his "innate love for
Zion" and his "lifelong career as
a fighter." He often told the story
how he had been told by Herzl
that he would live to see the es-
tablishment of a Jewish state in
Palestine. Shortly after the war,
and later, when the Palestine pic-
ture was still dim, he averred
with great faith that a Jewish
state would rise in his lifetime.
His faith was vindicated, but his
hope of seeing Israel with his own
eyes was not. The Israeli govern-
ment extended him an invitation
to come to the land of his dreams
at the end of the summer. Death
foiled his dream.
Dr. Wise came to the United
tended public school, City Col-
lege and Columbia University,
where he majored in Semitic
languages and received his doc-
tor's degree. He became a rabbi
tive director of the American in 1893 and his first pulpit was
the Madison Avenue Synagogue
in New York, where he remained
for seven years. In 1900, the year
he married Louis Waterman, he
became rabbi of the Beth Israel
Temple at Portland, Oregon.
Later Temple Emanu-EI offered
him the rabbinate, a most coveted
position. But he was advised that
the pulpit of the temple was con-
trolled by the board of directors.
In a move that was as dramatic
as it was bold, he turned down
the offer in a letter in which he
said that "no self-respecting min-
ister of religion, in my opinion,
could consider a call to a pulpit"
under those conditions. His de-
cision received mixed reactions.
Many condemned him. Most
people, however, lauded his firm-
ness and honesty. The support he
received enabled him to estab-
lish the Free Synagogue.
Though Dr. Wise devoted his
energies to Zionism, to the Amer-
ican and World Jewish Con-
gresses, the Free Synagogue and
the Jewish Institute of Religion,
which he founded and which was
later merged with the Hebrew
Union College, he was one of the
outstanding champions of social
justice in America. Labor and all
democratic movements found in
him a defender and friend.
Surviving are his son James
Waterman Wise and his daughter
Justice Justine Wise Polier.
Regional ZOA
Okays May For
Nat'l Presidency
The southeastern regional ad-
ministrative committee of the
Z.O.A., meeting in all day session
_ ^n Atlanta last week, unanimous-
States at the age of one. He at- ly and by acclamation passed a
resolution, endorsing Mortimer
May of Nashville, Term., for the
presidency of the Z.O.A. The re-
gion comprises Alabama, Florida,
Georgia, Mississippi, South Caro-
lina and Tennessee.
Rabbi Isaac Herzog
Jacob Sher, president, announced.
"We are very fortunate to have
Rabbi Herzog speak in Miami,"
Sher stated. "This is one of the
few cities he will visit while he
is in America."
Rabbi Herzog, who is one of
the few men in the rabbinic world
who is as familiar with Christian
ideology as he is with Jewish,
received his M. A. and Lit. D.
from the University of London,
Leeds, and Ecole de Langues
Orientales at the Sorbonne, Paris.
He is internationally known as a
man of great culture, unusual in-
tegrity, and high spiritual and
ethical nature.
The meeting will also include
reports by President Jacob Sher
and Executive Director Morris
Klass. The nominating commit-
tee, which consists of Leon Kap-
lan, chairman, Joseph Gardner
Dr. M. J. Glick, Mrs. Stanley c!
Myers, Dr. Louis G. Lytton, Max
Orovitz, Mrs. Harold Spaet, Col.
Elry Stone and Dr. S. Charles
yieZbl?.w' wil1 Present its state for
1949-50.
The committee's slate includes:
ggP Sher- honorary president;
t amu,D- Smger, president;
Jack Ablm, Abraham Goodman,
Sam Lachman, Stanley C. Myers
and Herbert E. Scher, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, secre-
tary; Joseph M. Rose, treasurer;
Sam Blank, Moses Ginsberg,
Monte Selig, Carl Weinkle and
Jacob Ziskind, trustees. In addi-
tion to these, the committee will
recommend not less than 75 nor
more than 150 governors-at-large
who, together with the officers
and the governors from affiliated
organizations, compose Federa-
tion's board of governors, which
must approve all budgets. Nomi-
nations will also be accepted from
the floor.
Any individual who contributed
ten dollars or more to Federation
thirty days prior to this meeting
1S a member of Federation and is
entitled to exercise his vote. In-
vitations are being mailed to Fed-
eration membership this week,
faner announced.
Two special features of the pro-
Pymllvr. be a memorial to the
late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and
recognition of the first annivers-
ary of the rebirth of Israel. Can-
tors Samuel Kelemer and J. Y
Goldring will participate in this
portion of the program.
NOTE
-Inasmuch as last Friday's issue
of The Jewish Floridian went to
Pre!? Monday night because
of the Jewish holidays Wednes-
day and Thursday, the tragic
deaths of Rabbis Meir Bar-Ilan
and Stephen S. Wise were not in-
cluded therein.


PAGE TWO
/fh isi fhridfor_____
FRIDAY, APRIL 29.

'

i'// Sa>>...
By HARRY SIMONHOFr"
Stephen S. Wise; A Happy Warrior
The Happy Warrior, title of a
poem by Wordsworth, was used
by F.D.R. to label Al Smith. It is
an apt name for our own Stephen
S. Wise, who was born St. Pat-
rick's Dav and died symbolically
on April" 19. the arniversary of
the Battle of Lexington that
started the American Revolution.
Fighter of Many Causes
Warrior he certainly was: for
he carried the scars of many a
battle against ideas, persons, and
institutions. In his varied crus-
ades he attacked prohibition, war.
fascism. Henry Ford, sex prob-
lems. Communism, drinking, sug-
gestive plays, Adolf Hitler, trial
marriage, censorship. anti-Semit-
ism, Mussolini, lynching, restric-
tive immigration. British White
Paper, isolationism, censorship.
Lessing Rosenwald, warmonger-
ing, quotas in colleges, etc.. etc.
And how could anyone escape
happiness who lived so fully and
touched so many facets of life.
A Timely End
At the risk of sounding call
one could ever, say that Dr. Wise
was fortunate to die before the
waning of his intellectual and
spiritual powersjust in time to
escape pain and suffering, when
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sickness began to make inroads
upon his constitution, remarkable
for its vigor and vitality. Last
May at the Madison Square
demonstration celebrating the
newlv born Medinas Israel, the
vast audience was moved by his
short speech. He told of a walk
with Theodore Herzl during the
Second Congress. The founder of
Zionism, said. "I will not live to
see the Jewish State (Juden-
staat>. But. Wise, you're a young
man You will." In this triumph-
ant note, one caught overtones
that implied I can now die happy.
A Many Sided Benefactor
In considering the diversity of
his labors, many have observed
that some of his single accom-
plish:!, ents would have consumed
. energies and filled out the
life of an ordinary man. The list
of his activities is truly amazing.
Ralbi. orator, leader, scholar, or-
ganizer, writer, executive, trib-
une, editor. Zionist, publicist, lec-
turer, political crusader, civic re-
former, founder of institutions.
He could descend from the temple
a'-d exoose social wrongs in the
market'place. Yet he could relax
at home, be playful with children,
and informal with friends.
Jewish Institute of Religion
Primarily the orator with vast
powers for inspiring high en-
thusiasms. Dr. Wise was not lack-
ing in shrewd judgments for prac-
tical affairs. For instance, he
founded in 1922 the Jewish In-
stitute of Religion. Our own com-
munity can bear witness to the
important usefulness of this
school. For three rabbis, officiat-
ing at Beth Sholom, Miami Beach
Center, and Temple Israel, all
thriving congregations, are grad-
uates of this institution. Yet he
knew this college was a going
concern solely because of his own
captivating personality. Anticipat-
ing his approaching end, he
merged this Institute for training
Rabbis and teachers with the
much older Hebrew Union Col-
lege of Cincinnati.
Prophetic Foresight
During the First World War,
Dr. Wise assisted Justice Brandeis
in launching the American Jew-
ish Congress. This assembly suc-
ceeded brilliantly in causing the
V allies Peace Conference to
endorse the Jewish Homeland in
Palestine and adopt minority
rights for the protection of Jews
in Eastern Europe. Most of the
leaders considered the work of
the Congress done, and coun-
selled its dissolution. Not Rabbi
Wise. For 15 years the Congress
was sustained solely by his drive,
his tact, his charm. With prophet-
ic intuition he insisted that this
organization had important work
to do. not only for the Yishuv in
Palestine, but to fight for the
better security of Jews through-
out the world. His persistence
earned good dividends. When
Hitler began his full-scale para-
noiac brutalities, the American
Jewish Congress spearheaded the
fight against Nazism, while the
B'nai B'rith cautioned modera-
tion, and the American Jewisn
Committee scornfully rejected
boycotts and demonstrations It
was the giant mass meetings,
taged in Madison Square Garden
and in other Jewish centers, (in-
eluding Miami) that led Hrttar to
exclaim 'Who is this Stephen
Wise?"
Space will not permit proper
recognition of the many institu-
,onshc created. For example the
Free Synagogue. The World Jew-
ish Congress was a courageous
achievement in the fare of vw-
lent opposition, during the hectic
Sys of the mounting Hitler per-
secutions. Time has blurred the
.significance of many acts thai
were of great importance when
thev occurred. We must not for-
get that Rabbi Wise was the first
American who learned, the awful
catastrophe of the six million
cremated martyrs from Sumnei
Welles, then assistant Secretar>
of State.
But his first and greatest love
was Zionism. At an early age the
born rebel and fighter for the
underprivileged was attracted by
the explosive nature of this
movement. He entered the lists
and championed the cause of the
Jewish State long before the ap-
pearance of any of the present
leaders (Louis Lipsky excepted).
For half a century, he gave lavish-
ly of his ourse. his superb talents,
and his matchless oratory. No one
has ever surpassed his expert ca-
pacities in extracting money for
our private gatherings or mass
meetings. He held all the top
positions in American Zionism,
and served in the praesidiums of
the Jewish Agency and the world
Zionist Organization. We must
remember that it was Stephen S.
Wise and Abba Hillel Silver, who
negotiated the prospects of a
Jewish Commonwealth in Pales-
tine with the dying Franklin
Roosevelt.
A Complex Personality
No one can ever forget the tall
figure, the leonine head, the
granite features, the set firm
mouth, the viola cello voice of
this spokesman for American
Jewry. In Gentile circles, he was
the best known Rabbi and Jewish
personalitv in America. A man
of the world, with infinite charm
and winning manner, he walked
with Presidents yet never lost the
contact of the common man.
Polished in social intercourse, and
with, an apparent penchant for
the glories and plaudits of the
world, Rabbi Wise maintained in
his secret inner shrine, a fervent
mystical longing,
In his annual visits to Miami,
some of us were privileged to win
his intimate friendship. On one
occasion, in a small Oneg Shabbat
circle, I was prompted to ask
what was the greatest moment in
his eventful life. He smiled, and
with that playful humour twinkl-
ing in his eyes, he answered,
"You know the Orthodox Rabbis
do not consider me a Rabbi." He
then bent his head, knitted his
brows, and in that serious charm
that he only could affect, con-
tinued resonantly "But when I
came to Warsaw to discuss ways
and means of alleviating the mis-
ery of the Polish Jews, I was re-
ceived by the Warsaw Rabbis in
a private conclave. As I walked
into the large room, those vener-
able, pious, patriarchal, white
bearded sages arose to do me
honor. This was the proudest
moment in my life."
S. E. Region Of
rnitcd Synagogue
To Convene Here
The second annual convention
of the Southeast Region, United
Synagogue of America, will be
held on Sunday, May 15, at Mi-
ami Beach, according to Joseph
M Rose, former president of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center and
convention chairman.
This convention will be devoted
to the problems of synagogue ad-
ministration and to a discussion
of the broader scope of regional,
religious and educational activi-
ties. Workshop sessions will be
held on "How To Increase Syna-
gogue Attendance" and "The
Business of Congregational Man-
agement." There will also be dis-
cussions on the contribution that
laymen can make for a progres-
sive Judaism in America and con-
sideration of the influence of the
new State of Israel upon prevail-
ing standards of Jewish living
and religious thought.
Affiliations with United Syna-
gogue of America in the South-
east Region have more than
doubled during the past year,
Rose announces, and representa-
Debbs To Participate In
Hillel Services Tonight
Debbs Chapter, B'nai Rv.
Young Women1: will par, lpJ. '
Friday night services at Hm2
House, 3306 Ponce de Leon W
Coral Gables, tonight a,8%
Dr. Donald Michllson Lit
of the Hillel Foundation at ,h
University of Miami, will cordurt
services. Assisting him will k!
Lillian Goldstein, Dods B' ?
Rita Schwartz. Donna Felffi
Bobbie Schwartz and cSriX
Sandier. Joanne Shier hh
charge of arrangements.
The chapter presented a nrn
gram last night for patients at
Gables "* HSPital 3t Cora'
Chairman of the program wa<
Carol Milberg. Assisting her were
Doris Brown, Lillian Goldstein
Joanne Shier and Debbs Chorus
consisting of Thelma Schwartz
Ruth Marmer, Charlotte Sandier
Rita Schwartz, Roberta Yeslow
and Doris Klein.
tives are expected to attend from
congregations in six states includ-
ing South Carolina, Georgia, Ala-
bama, Tennessee. Mississippi a^d
Florida.
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Max Lwnw Joins
Brandois Faculty
The appointment of Max Ler-
ner, political scientist, author and
lecturer, to the faculty of Bran-
ded University, was announced
today by Dr. Abram L. Sachar,
president. Dr. Lerner has accept-
ed the post of professor of Amer-
ican Civilization and Institutions
and is scheduled to begin teach-
ing at the 100 acre Waltham,
Mass., campus in the fall of the
1949-50 academic year. His
courses will include comparative
government and American civil-
ization.
Dr. Lerner was former profes-
sor of Political Science at Wil-
liams College. Earlier he was a
member of the Department of
Government at Harvard Uni-
versity, a member of the Social
Science faculty of Sarah Lawr-
ence College and has acted as
chairman of the faculty of Welles-
ley College Summer Institutes.
He served as editor of the Nation
and was also editorial director of
PM and the New York Star. His
many books include, "It Is Later
Than You Think," "Ideas Are
Weapons." "Mind and Faith of
Justin Holmes" and most recent-
ly he edited selections from
Thornstein Veblen works for the
Viking Portable Library.
Dr. Lerner did his undergrad-
uate work at Yale University and
at Washington University in St.
Louis and received his Doctorate
from the Robert Brooking Grad-
uate School of Economics and
Government in Washington, D. C.
North Shore Unit Presents
Piano To Biscayne School
The North Shore Lodge of
B'nai B'rith participated in cere-
monies at which a piano was
presented to the Biseayne Ele-
mentary School on Tuesday after-
noon. April 26.
Joined with the B'nai B'rith
unit were the Normandy Isle
Improvement Association, the
North Shore Business Men's As-
sociation and the PTA. Mrs. lone
Hill, school principal, accepted
the gift for the school and A. J.
Kaplan, past president of the
North Shore Lodge, made the
presei tation address. The Chil-
dren's Chorus of the Biscayne
School sans selections from Irv-
ing Caesar's "Songs of Friend-
ship" under the direction of
music teacher, Miss Gloria LinH.
North Shore Lodge presented the
song books to the school recently
as one of its community service
projects.
Serving on the arrangements
committee were Sam Weinfeld
and Leo Steinman of North
Shore Lodge.
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PAGE THREE
Rep. Smathers To Speak At Sholem
Lodge Installation Banquet Sunday
Bernstein Unveiling
Tlie unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Moses
Bernstein, husband of Mrs. Luca
Bern-tein and father of Mrs.
Edythe Symans, Mrs. Rose Smith,
Lester and Sidney Bernstein, will
'ake place Sunday, May 1, at
Mount Mebo Cemetery at 11 a.m.
Relatives and friends are asked
to be present.
Membership Tea
A membership tea was held by
the Greater Miami chapter of
Deborah Tuberculosis Society at
Deborah Tuberculosis Society
Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Na-
tional Hotel. A dessert luncheon
was served by hostess, Mrs. Ed
singer. Cards and mah jong were
Played.
Representative George A.
Smathers will be the guest of
honor and principal speaker at
the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
installation of officers for 1948-50.
which will take place 7 p.m. Sun-
day at the Delano Hotel. Out-
going President Marx Faber and
Mrs. John Kronenfeld head the
arrangements committee..
Mrs. Harold Rand and John
Kronenfeld will he installed in
the ioint installation ceremonies
for the Sholem Lodge and Wom-
en's Chapter.
Milton A Friedman, a past pres-
ident of Sholem Lodge and the
present State Federation presi-
dent will act as installing officer.
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Congrega-
tion Beth David will offer the
invocation and benediction.
In addition to Kronenfeld. of-
ficers to be installed for the men's
lodge are: first vice president,
Sidney Aronovitz; second vice
president, Jerome Weinkle: rec-
ording secretary, Frank Jaffe: fi-
nancial secretary, Irving Saal;
treasurer, David Stuzin; monitor,
Marx Faber; assistant monitor,
Edward Newman; guardian. Mar-
vin Rauzin; warden, Irwin Wein-
stein.
Officers to be installed for the
women's chapter, besides Mrs.
Harold Rand, are: first vice presi-
dent, Mrs. Nat Strauss; second
vice president. Mrs. John Kronen-
feld; treasurer, Mrs. Sidney
Aronovitz; financial secretary.
Mrs. Harvey Herman; correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. Jerome Wein-
kle; recording secretary, Mrs. Abe
Aronovitz; monitor, Mrs. Harry
Gordon; historian, Mrs. Milton
Wassman; parliamentarian, Mrs.
Leonore Curtice; Hillel Council.
Mrs. Sam Hiller; B'nai B'rith
Council, Mrs. Frank Toback.
A special award will be pre-
sented to outgoing President Marx
Faber for "outstanding service
and achievement in the commun-
ity as a civic worker."
Tommy Nunez and his orches-
tra will present dance music fol-
lowing the banquet. Reservations
may be made by calling Mrs. Rose
Gilbert, Sholem Lodge secretary,
at 82-8897.
Top Speaking Honors
Won By Beach Student
Jordan Bittel, 20 year old Mi-
ami Beach senior at the Universi-
ty of Florida, captured two top
national honors in speaking at a
Virginia tournament.
Young Bittel won first place in
the after dinner speaking and
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also a member of the debate team
which won the "Big Ten" grand
national award.
Jordan is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Bittel, 3010 Alton
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FRIDAY. APRIL
EDITORIAL
Chief Rabbi Herzog
One of the most prominent figures of the State
of Isael will visit here next week. The Greater
Miami Jewish Federation will be host to Chief
Rabbi Herzog at its annual meeting of the board
of governors on Thursday evening.
This community will be the first to hear a
message from this distinguished guest following
his arrival in New York from abroad.
Miamians now have an opportunity to hear
a first hand report of activities in the Jewish
Commonwealth from a personality that feels and
knows the pulse of Israel.
Zion Flower Day
Sponsored by the Jewish National Fund, in
cooperation with the JNF Council of Greater Mi-
ami, the significant observance on Wednesday of
Zion Flower Day will elicit an enthusiastic public
response to the slogan: "More Jewish Land For
More Jewish Settlers." The proceeds of the "Zion
Flower" sale are dedicated to the vast ten-year
land purchase and reclamation program of the
Jewish National Fund to extend and strengthen
the agricultural foundation of Eretz Israel.
Land and more land has been the cry of the
Jewish National Fund whose requisitions of
dunams of land presented an opportunity for the
pioneers to pave the way for present day Israel.
Flower Day collections here and throughout the
country have added their impetus to this drive for
funds for land purchase.
TEAR THEM OUTI
Dr. Stephen S. Wise
The\inging voice is silenced. The thunder roll*
no more. The figure has disappeared in th
horizon. The dust of the path he trod lies quie't
and soft and serene. The wayfarer has reached
the end of the road. ",
Only a few weeks ago he celebrated his
seventy-fifth birthdayand the world rejoiced
Now he is gathered unto his fathersand the
world stands bent in sadness.
The man, his deeds and value have already
been sufficiently appraised. The fighter of Zion
the champion of human rights and the crusader
for decency has already been assigned his niche
Now death has sealed his book.
One month before Rabbi Wise died, at his 75th
birthday dinner in the Hotel Biltmore in New
York, Dr. Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion, said of Dr
Wise:
"To say that his career has been uuique in
breadth of interest, depth of devotion and length
of influence is only to touch upon the impressive
record of his service. To recognize how much
poorer American Jewish life would be today with-
out his statesmanship, dignity, integrity and brilli-
ance which he has brought to every task, is only
the beginning of a true estimate of his worth.
Throughout America and Israel and many other
lands the name of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise is
known, respected and revered. His stature as
American and Jew and as humanitarian is heroic.
May we continue to derive from him and his ex-
ample the strength of mind and heart to devote
ourselves to the causes he championed."
Stone Re-elected
President Of Beach
Zionist District
Alfred Stone was re-elected
president of the Miami Beach
Zionist District at the annual
meeting held Monday at Temple
Beth Sholom.
Stone, Miami Beach hotel own-
er and civic leader served five
years as co-chairman of the Mi-
ami Round Table of the National' Piatoff, Samuel Prosterman, Dr.
Conference of Christians and joseph B. Pomerance, Rabbi
A. P. Gannes, Martin Genet, Paul
Giller, Leonard Glasser, Dr. M. J.
Click, Nathan Glosser, Isadore
Goldberg, Abraham Goodman, Dr.
Morris Goodman, Murray Good-
man, Frank Gordon, Rabbi Leon
Kionish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Ehiel
Lesowoder, Oscar Lelchuk, Dr.
Leo M. Levin, Dr. M. A. Lipkind,
Dr. Louis G. Lytton, Harry I.
Magid, Oscar Mamber. Abraham
Mason, Joseph Mazo. Max Meisel,
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Harry
Jews. He is a vice president of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
vice chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Zionist Emergency Council,
a member of B'nai B'rith and a
member of the board of governors
and budget committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Following the annual report of
activities during the past year,
which included support of Israeli
projects, public relations and
youth work, Rabbi Leon Kionish,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom, presented a narration to
the descriptive slides he recently
made on his inspection tour of
Israel. The slides were projected
by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Becker.
Philip Salmon gave a short his-
tory of the District since its in-
ception.
Other officers elected were: vice
presidents, Dr. David S. Andron,
S. A. Goodman, I. R. Goodman,
Ben Zion Ginsburg, Seymour
Rubin; financial secretary, Ber-
tram Miller; treasurer, Louis Mil-
ler; recording secretary, Philip
Salmon; chairman, board of di-
rectors, Shepard Broad.
Directors include: Eli Andron,
Benjamin Appel, Saul Ashken-
azy, Leonard Barr, Charles Ben-
der, E. A. Burg, Jack D. Burris,
Jules Channing, George M. Co-
hen, Dr. E. J. Edelman, Leon Ell,
Bernard S. Feiner, Raymond
Feiner, Jake Felt, Jack Fishman,
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FRIDAY. APRIL 29, 1949
NISAN 29, 5709
David Raab, Rabbi Joseph Rack-
ovsky, Melvin Richardson, Dr. Z.
I. Sabshin, Harold Shapiro, Mat-
thew Silverstein, Ed Singer,
George Talianoff, Gus Trau, Alex
Van Straaton, Ernest Woolfe.
Delegates elected to attend the
52nd annual convention of the
Zionist Organization of America
in New York City during the
Decoration Day weekend are:
Dr. David S. Andron, Shepard
Broad, I. R. Goodman Ben Zion
Ginsburg, Alfred Stone and Alex
Van Straaton, S. A. Goodman,
first alternate and Isadore Gold-
berg, second alternate. Abraham
Goodman has been selected as a
regional delegate.
ZOA Pins of Merit were award-
ed to Saul Ashkenazy, Wm. Agra-
nove, Dr. David S. Andron, Shep-
ard Broad, Mike Cooper, Paul
Eisman, Martin Genet, Isadore
Goldberg, S- A. Goodman, Frank
Gordon, Oscar Lelchuk, Joseph
Mazo, Max Meisel, Louis Miller,
Harry Piatoff, Sam Prosterman,
Dr. E. J. Edelman, Dr. Z. I. Sab-
shin, Samuel T. Sapiro, Nathan
Slutzker.
For "outstanding achevement
in the recent membership drive,"
copies of "This Is Israel" by I. F.
Stone were presented to Benjamin
Appel, George M. Cohen, Alex
Van Straaten. E. A. Burg, Abra-
ham Mason, Jacob Fishman, Rob-
ert Levin, Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer, Dr. Louis G. Lytton, Sey-
mour Rubin, Matthew Silverstein,
and Dr. Leo M. Levin. Charles
Bender was awarded a copy of
the book in recognition of his
services to the Miami Beach Zion-
ist District. Bertram Miller and
Ed Singer were awarded Golden
Book Certificates for "their de-
voted service to the district."
Hadassah To Hold
Reward Luncheon
The Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah annual reward luncheon
will be held Tuesday, May 10, at
12:30 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel,
Miami Beach, according to Mrs.
Joseph L. Shawmut, chairman.
Proceeds from the affair are
earmarked for Hadassah's pro-
gram of health and medical needs
including emergency hospitals in
Jerusalem, rehabilitation center
for the war wounded and handi-
capped, two new tuberculosis
hospitals.
Assisting Mrs. Shawmut with
the affair are the Mesdames Louis
A. Gidney, Leo Chaiken, Barney
Weinkle, Irving Genet, Louis E.
Goldman, Joseph Postol and
Starr.
For reservations call Mrs.
Shawmut at 5-3690 or any of the
members of he rcommittee.
U. Of M. Law School
Observes Jewish Holiday
In deference to Jewish students
enrolled in the University of Mi-
ami Law Schoon, Dean Russell A.
Rasco directed that classes be sus-
pended for the first day of the
Passover holidays. The law school
was only school at the university
to do so.
The University of Miami Law
School wil move into the Embry-
Riddle Building in downtown
Coral Gables, according to Dean
Russell A. Rasco.
The remodeled quarters will
provide four classrooms with a
seating capacity of 100 students
each, faculty offices, mimeograph
and record room and a library
containing approximately 35,000
law textbooks.
Mizrachi Men To
Install Officers
Greater Miami Mizrachi, Men's
Chapter, will hold installation of
officers and a general meeting
tomorrow evening at 8:30 p.m. at
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Slated to be installed at the
gathering are: Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Southeastern director of
Yeshiva University, president; Is-
rael Diamond, first vice presi-
dent; Samuel Reinhard, second
vice president; Rabbi Murray
Grauer, third vice president;
Hyman Zaidman, treasurer; Sam
Schachno, financial secretary and
Max Bertman, recording and cor-
responding secretary. Chairman
of membership drive and a com-
plete list of directors will be ap-
pointed at the meeting.
Participating in the program
will be Rabbis Moses Mescheloff,
Joseph E. Rackovsky, Murray
Grauer and Simon April, as well
as Cantors Berele Kelemer, Maur-
ice Mamches and Milton Freed-
man. Refreshments will be served
and admission is free to the pub-
lic.
At the meeting plans will be
formulated to hold a city-wide
memorial evening, with the par-
ticipation of Greater Miami
Jewry, for the late Rabbi Meyer
Berlin, president of world Miz-
rachi, who recently passed away
in Israel. Delegates will be ap-
pointed to the 29th National con-
vention of the Mizrachi Organiza-
tion of America, which will take
place June 22-27, in Hotel St
Charles, Atlantic City, N. J.
Perlmutter
Lorber Chapter
To Hold Dance
The Lorber Chapter of the Na-
tional Home for Jewish Children
at Denver will sponsor a dance
Sunday evening at the Ritz Plaza
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Working on arrangements for
die affair are Mrs. Sol Alexander,
chairman, Mrs. Alfred Stokol and
Mrs. David Loveman. Entertain-
ment will be provided and prizes
awarded. Proceeds from the af-
fair are earmarked for the home.
Kadimah Meeting
Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a special meet-
ing Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at
Beth David auditorium to discuss
division of the club into two
units. A short board meeting will
follow the regular meeting.
Youth League To Meet
The Temple Isaiah Young Peo-
ple's League will hold a meeting
Sunday night at 8:30 at the Tem-
ple, 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami
Beach.
A social including a program,
refreshments and dancing will
follow the meeting.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman To
Be Guest Preacher Tonite
Rabbi Moses Lehrman of Con-
gregation B'nai Moshe, Detroit,
Mich., will be guest preacher to-
night at the Friday evening serv-
ices at Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center. The Detroit visitor
is the brother of Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of the
center.
Sorority Gives Pins
Rho Chapter of Iota Alpha Pi
sorority held a pledge installa-
tion and dinner at the Drum
Restaurant, Coral Way, last Fri-
day.
Receiving pledge pins were
Laura Freud. Muriel Perin, Ar-
lene Rothenberg, Lola Tenen-
baum and 'Peter" Schwartz.
Final Session Of Spinoza
Forum Set For Tomorrow
Final session of the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum for this season
will be held at 124 11th St., Mi-
ami Beach, at 3:30 tomorrow
afternoon, according to an an-
nouncement by Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, chairman. The sessions
will end as they began with a
lecture by Dr. Wolfson on "The
Life and Philosophy of Spinoza."
At last Saturday's meeting
Rabbi Irving Lehrman paid trib-
ute to the late Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise.
Meeting of the friendship group
will be held on Tuesday evenings
throughout the summer to listen
to America's Town Hall of the
Air. After the broadcasts a dis-
cussion will be held.
Larry Perlmutter Will
Compete In Nat'l Oratory
Contests In Colorado
Larry Perlmutter, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Jay Perlmutter,
961 W. 48th St., Miami Beach,
is attending the National Forens-
ic League's finals
at Longmont,
Colo, this week-
end.
The 17-year-
old Miami Beach
High School stu-
dent, who is the
state champion
extemporaneo u s
speaker, will
compete against
winners of 47
other states.
Perlmutt e r' s
trip, cost of
which is being partially defrayed
by the City of Miami Beach, will
climax a series of oratorical
honors he has won during the
current school year.
President of the junior class at
Miami Beach High, Perlmutter
won speech contests sponsored by
the American Legion and the Mi-
ami Exchange Club, was given
the outstanding speakers' award
in the B'nai B'rith debating con-
test and went on to victory in
the state speaking competitions
at Jacksonville. .
The young man is a member o:
the Miami Beach High debate
team which took state honors at
Gainesville and recently placed in
first divsion of the southern dis-
trict competition at Waco, Tex.
DOV Chapter To Hold
Mother's Day Program
DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en's Organization will sPnS0.r,tfa
Mothers' Day program e,s.aa
May 10 at 8 p.m. in the Beth w
Center, 500 S.W. 17th Ave Mrs.
Harry Steinbach, president, nas
announced. Entertainment,
freshments and games party wm
be on the agenda.
Admission is contribution
one dollar, according to
Samuel Wilchyk, chairman, *
has named Mrs. Frieda Berkoitj
Sobel and Mrs. Hyman Kan as
her co-chairmen.
Auxiliary To Hold Card,
Mah Jong Party Wed.
A card and mah jong P%2g
be given by the Miami Be
Auxiliary to the Jewish
for the Aged Wednesday at I P
at Dave Singer's Restaurant,^
St. and the Ocean, Mrs.
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nTpAY, APRIL 29, 1949
Tobe Ritwc Weds
William W. Levy
The marriage of Tobe Ritwe,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Ritwe. 1957 S.W. 17th St. to Wil-
liam W. Levy, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Levy, Atlantic City,
m j. was solemnized last week
hv Rabbi Colman A. Zwitmanin
his home in the presence of the
immediate families.
Given in marriage by her
father the bride wore an ankle
length' gown of lavender organdy
with inserts of white lace. Her
hat was of Milan straw and tier
short gloves were white. She
carried a bible adorned with an
orchid. .
Margot Ritwe. who is a student
at the University of Florida in
Gainesville, served as maid of
honor for her sister. She wore a
ballerina length dress of dotted
swiss organdy and carried a co-
lonial nosegay. Marvin Thamas-
shower of New York was best
man. .
Following the ceremony a din-
ner party was held for the couple
and their families in the Biscayne
Room of the Columbus HoteL A
reception followed the dinner at
the home of the bride's parents.
Judith Feinberg kept the bride's
book. .
The bride is a graduate of tne
University of Miami, where she
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority. Mr. Levy, who is an
engineer with the Navy depart-
ment, received his degree from
Pennsylvania State College,
where he was a member of Tau
Beta Pi, national honorary engi-
neering fraternity, Druids and
Zata Beta Tau, social fraternity.
The newlyweds are honey-
Shirley H. Collegeman
Betrothal Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice College-
man, 9340 Abbott Ave., Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Shirley Helene,
to Henry H. Cook, son of Mrs.
Sophie Cook of New York City.
The bride-elect was active in
community work before moving
to New York in November. She
was president of the Clara Hirsch
Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women and a member of
the board of directors of the Mi-
ami Beach YMHA, where she
served as secretary of the Young
Adult Council. Miss Collegeman
attended schools in Washington,
PAGE FIVE
D. C. and Miami Beach.
Mr. Cook, an electrical engi-
neer, is attending Brooklyn Poly-
technical Institute. During the
war, he served in Europe as a
captain in the Inteligence Divi-
sion of the Army, is now in the
electrical contracting business
and a member of the American
Electrical Engineering Society.
Plans are for a June wedding
in New York City. Mr. and Mrs.
Collegeman, their daughter, Bet-
sey, and son, LeRoy, will motor
to New York to attend the cere-
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Kosher Meat Markets To
Close All Day Sunday
Phil Roner, president of the
Kosher Butchers' Guild, an-
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ately all Kosher meat markets
will be closed all day Sunday.
The policy, which was inaugur-
ated several years ago, is in ef-
fect during he summer months
only, Roner states.
Mrs. William Levy
mooning in Miami Beach before
motoring to Philadelphia, where
they will make their home.
Lenore Waldman
Betrothal Told
The engagement and approach- I
ing marriage of Miss Lenore
Waldman to Abe M. Lefkove have
been announced by the parents
of the bride-to-be, Mr. and Mrs.
William Waldman, '734 Jefferson |
Ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Waldman graduated from |
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Mr. Lefkove, local business-1
man, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lefkove, 2300 S.W. 4th
Ave. He is a graduate of New I
York schools and attended the
University of Miami. Mr. Lef-
kove served with the United
States Coast Guard for four and |
one half years.
The couple is planning a sum-
mer wedding.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 29,
1949

Schedule Changes
Made By Seaboard
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S
nges in schedul
of S.
tive last Sunday, April 24.
when the S< ;
the most conveni
ever n aintained duri
to and fi n the G
ami area. Tw S
liners will to and from
daily this
one as in the l
The si
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ving in V
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York t 10:30 a.m
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1:45 p.m., Was
day. Thi
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mer
p.m., rrivii 'asl i
9:50 X V
the next
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ct day. i
fording i '
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n East

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nurse,
and car at'
to the
Eter the well
as rad
terns.
Palmland leaves M
daily at 7:1
Tan | '
r.o:
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train service,
tive
'
it the S
vert sin mpaign 1
Latin A

trav< I to 1
promising :'
\V J F
IN THE MAIL
Emma Lazarus Chapter
To Hold Party Sunday
Thi
party of the 1
i :. n
al W
place Sui
pent Al
B< .. A buffel
be served during tl
Dorothy Radei
chairman. 5 that
paid-up i
will be ir.itted
Dues will be colled
Takes Exemption
" Editoi
D
I :, I Max G : ng< r's rti li
mity with
.....I am in i rd
5 thinking How ver. I
- to a stat( -
'. Gettinger si I
thai third of our J>
eiving t least a
tion in our
mil .- not a true
| : tual situat
_\ to tl the
-:-. Education of-
here are some 2200 Je\
:.i;iunit>
: Jewish ed-
t this time. Of thi
I00I I'inj
laj sch i >1 education.
pr< sent close to 60':
ish i hildren age 5-14
.-chool age). This is
nation census
ised a few weeks ago
Kurt: the figure 607r does
.:. | 40'i- do not re-
e lui ation at all.
porl int t.. note that 601
it any one time. I should
at over H0r; of the
in our community re-
torra ol Jewish ed-
g their school years,
recoi i i tmpares very favor-
th the record of other
U. S. Unfortunately
ir. them-
s. The children do not stay
the edu tion is
n intensive enough to leave a
. in.
viewpoint three im-
tant 1 :. IV( to be per-
. every I :
i i read the unaffiliated and un-
:
j Wi :: u '. into : sify our ed-
adding more
mr schedule.
We must find ways and
: ki ping children
in the Jewish schools so
an maj an opportuni-
ty to cany out our program.
V( : v t. uly
A P. GANNES.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Tropical Lodge
To llolil llaiH'O
A membership dance will be
sponsored by the Tropical Lodge
BPna. B'rith at.the Rhumba Room
of the Delmonico Hotel. 639a> Col-
lins Ave., tomorrow night, a.
Budd Cutler, president, has an-
nounced, -vs..
Mike Sussman is men ership
chairman and will head the ar
rangements committee for the ai-
air. Tickets may be ol tained from
members or at the d<
Sigma Rho Jamboree
Sigma Rho Chapter No. 517 of
the B'nai B'rith Junior Order
AZA will hold its second annual
oree on Saturday, May I al
15 p.m. at the -Miami Y.
According to Chairman Allan
Storch, a program which will in-
clude top professional entertain-
ers in the Greater Miami area
and dancing are planned. Tickets
may be obtained from any mem-
ber of Sigma Rho Chapter or at
Harry's Sui dry Store, 1131 S.W.
27th Ave
Pittsburgh Club To Meet
The monthly meeting of the
Pittsburgh Club of Greater Mi-
ami will be held Monday at 8:30
p.m. at Kitty Davis Club, Miami
Beach. All members are invited
pr. s.-nt.
Betrothal Reveaiea
Mr and Mis. Simon Wiseman,
2240 S.W. 25th Terr., announce
the eng igei i nl ol their daughter,
i Voltan Gerstel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gerstel,
1023 S.W. 13th Ct.
The m will take place
Monday, May 16. at the Cadillac
Hotel. Miami Beach.
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PAGE SEVEN
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Dr. David Andron Re-elected President
Of Hebrew Academy At Meeting Tuesday
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Dr. David S. Andron was re-
elected president of the Hebrew
Academy at a meeting of the
academy Tuesday night. The de-
tails of the pro-
gram for the
year 1949 1950
were also formu-
lated to provide
for the expand-
ing program of
activity and to
make available
accomodat ions
for the many
additional stu-
dents who are
arranging for en-
Dr. Andron rollment in the
T fall. The enroll-
ment of the academy, which is
now in its second year, has al-
ready reached the total of 155
boys and girls.
Other officers chosen were: Isi-
dore Goldberg, Ben Zion Gins-
burg, Paul Grossinger, Max Ka-
miel, Harry Levitt and Jack Satin,
vice presidents; Samuel Grund-
werg, treasurer; David Levinson,
co-treasurer; Raymond Rubin,
comptroller; Nat Pollack, auditor;
Aaron S. Lauer, general secre-
tary; Samuel Reinhard, financial
secretary; Matthew Silverstein,
recording secretary; Dr. Irwin
Makovsky, medical advisor; Dr.
Louis Lytton, medical consultant.
Members of the board of di-
rectors are: Jeanette Altschul,
Jacob Andron, Benjamin Appel,
Jack Ablin, Herman Basch. A. M.
Bear, Charles Bender, Hyman
Berman, Shepard Broad, Jack
Burris, Charles Charcowsky,
Harry Cohen, Harry H. Cohen,
Nathan Darsky, Arthur Gaines,
Sydney Gans, Harry Genet, Mar-
tin Genet, Ben Giller, Moses
Ginsberg, Nathan Ginsburg,
David Glosser, Joseph Gonshor,
Abraham Goodman, I. R. Good-
man, John Gottlieb, Abraham
Halperin, Leo Hanft, David Isen,
Hyman Jablon, Samuel Kaplan,
Al Kevclson, Harry Koretsky,
Uables Units To
Install Officers
Coral Gables Lodge and Wom-
en's Chapter of B'nai B'rith will
hold their annual joint installa-
tion of officers at a banquet at
Fox's Restaurant Sunday, May 15,
it has been announced by Dr.
Leonard Glickstein, installation
committee chairman.
Mrs. William Hechler and Je-
rome R. Adelman will be installed
as presidents of the Coral Gables
units.
Mayor Keith Phillips of Coval
Gables will be the guest of honor
as he was two years ago when
the lodge installed its first group
of charter officers.
President Adelman has an-
nounced plans for a one-month
membership drive in the Coral
Gables and West Miami commurv
ities. Leonard Spiegel, a past
president has been appointed
chairman of the drive. Mrs. A.
Frank Wellins, vice president ot
the Women's Chapter, will bead
the member drive for her unit.
Mrs. Wellins recently received
first prize from the B'nai Bnth
Council for outstanding member-
ship activities in the 1948 drive.
Residents of Coral Gables in-
terested in B'nai B'rith may con-
tact Spiegel at 9-4640.
Nat*l Council To
Install Leaders
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women, Miami Section, will
have its installation luncheon
Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the
Sherry-Frontenac Hotel, booo
Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Aaron Fair, who succeeds
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, wi 1 be
installed as the new president and
Mrs. Max Dreyer, Mrs. Nathaniel
M. Levin and Mrs. Julius A. Osh-
lag have been elected, first,
second and third vice presidents
'XsS'rnan Zwitman will give
th?r^nwStein. well known
concert pianist, will play several
SeIM,s0Max Dreyer is chairman
of the luncheon. Reservations may
be made by phoning any of the
following members whoareon
her committee. Mrs Aaron Kan
ner 2-5807; Mrs. I. E. Hams,
6-4503 or Mrs. Bob Schwartz,
86-2068.
Morris Kulberg, Joseph Lipton,
Solomon Lobel, Kolman Luria,
Sam Magid, Harry Markowitz, A.
Mason, H. D. Mendelsohn, Louis
Miller, I. L. Mintzer, Al Osheroff,
Matilda Ratner, Mitchell Reiner,
Samuel Ritter, Leo Robinson,
George Sachs, S. E. Schwartz,
Benjamin Sherry, Harry Sirkin,
Jonas Sirotowitz, Alfred Stone,
Michael Tose, Gus Trau. Sol Volk,
H. Wasserman, David Whitman.
In presenting a comprehensive
program for activities in the new
year, Dr. Andron heralded the in-
creased support of the communi-
ty, and more particularly "the en-
thusiastic recognition given to the
work and the achievement of the
Hebrew Academy during the two
years of its existence. There are
still some individuals among our
leaders in the community who
have not yet had occasion to visit
the academy and personally ob-
serve its unique program of ed-
ucation. There are residents who
perhaps have not yet realized the
educational quality and value of
a richly integrated and intelli-
gently planned synthesis of pro-
gressive secular academic train-
ing as well as a modern and in-
tensive Hebrew education. On the
other hand, so many of the out-
standing citizens of our commun-
ity have viewed the work of this
school, have responded to its un-
usually constructive cultural pro-
gram, and have already enrolled
and continue to enroll their chil-
dren as students of the academy.
The only regret in the case of
some parents has been that they
did not take full advantage of the
availability of this school when
it was founded two years ago."
The Hebrew Academy members
among its facilities large class-
rooms, 400 seat auditorium, out-
door playground, library, clinic,
dining room and kitchenall
newly and fully equipped.
The Hebrew Academy is locat-
ed at 918 Sixth St.
Jerome R. Adelman
Share* Chapter to
Hold Tea Sunday
The Sharet Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Young Women will hold a
tea Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the home of Harriet Fiedler,
2368 SW. 4th St. Invitations and
decorations will carry out a
nautical theme, Trudi Lach, chair-
man, announced.
Assisting Miss Lach with the
arrangements are: Shirley Noto-
vitz and Bernice Gomohnski,
hospitality; Phyllis Honig and
Ruth Platt, refreshments; Marilyn
Younger and Connie Goradesky,
invitations; Miss Honig, publicity.
Honored guests will be Alyce
Weiss, Janet Sklow, Marilyn
Cohen, Harriet Slomowitz, Elaine
Selesnick, Bena Shectman, Mari-
lyn Stein, Harriet Kripple. Elea-
nor Barrett, Lois Nevins, Helene
Weisbard. Arlene Cohen, Pat
Curtice, Lillian Steen, Ruth Bett
and Mrs. Gladys Goldsmith.
Fraternal Order Dance
The Jewish Peoples Fraternal
Order, Lodge 357, will sponsor a
spring dance at the Coral Room of
the Ritz Plaza Hotel. 1701 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach, tomorrow
evening. A floor show will be pre-
sented. Members and friends are
invited to attend.
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Personally Speaking ...
Mrs. Victor Neustadt, New York City, has been spending
the winter with her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Julius
A. Oshlag, 2531 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Neustadt
recently helped to celebrate the birthday oi her grandchildren,
Dorothy and Frances.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein are vacationing in Hot Springs,
Arkansas. From there they will proceed to Washington, D. C.,
where they will visit friends.
* *
Milton Hutner, New York attorney, spent the Passover holi-
day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hutner, 1345 Drexel
Ave., Miami Beach. He is combining his vacation with legal
conferences with his brother, Bernard, who is also an attorney.
* + *
Miss Inge Judy Fox, Brooklyn, N. Y., recently returned to her
home after spending two months with her cousins, Mrs. Ruth
Rothberg, 850 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Wiseman, 2240 S.W. 25th Terr.
* *
Miss Ethel Pont and Mrs. Rose Kaler were hostesses at a
bridal shower for Miss Toby Stepkind on Thursday evening,
April 21, at 2611 S.W. 5th Ave. Fifty guests were present. Miss
Stepkind's wedding will take place in June.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Peretzman were hosts at an open
house from 2 to 7 p.m. Sunday at their new home, 2200 S.W.
23rd Terr. The affair marked their return from a four-week
honeymoon.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Murray Miller, 200 N.W. 41st Ave., announce
the birth of a daughter, Michael Ann, on April 26. The grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller of Miami and Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Levine of New York.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kandel, 2222 S.W. 9th St., recently re-
turned from a five-week trip to Washington, D. C, where they
attended the wedding of one nephew and the Bar Mitzvah of
another.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Goldhagen announce the birth of a
Bon, Ronald Mark, on Friday, April 22, in Atlanta, where Mr.
Goldhagen is a student at Emeory University Dental College.
The mother is the former Fay Schindler, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Schindler, 614 N.W. 31st St. Mrs. Schindler was in
Atlanta at the time of the birth. Mr. Schindler, accompanied
by his son-in-law's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Goldhagen of
Miami Beach, left this week for Atlanta to attend the bris.
* *
Mrs. Louis Zeientz of Miami have returned after a week's
vacation at Safety Harbor Spa, Safety Harbor, Fla.
* +
Mrs. Frank Thompson, of The Jewish Floridian staff, was
called to New York on the sudden death of her father, Mr.
Lesser. While in New York Mrs. Thompson will stay with her
mother at 1620 Ave. I, Brooklyn, N. Y. She will remain there
till May 7.
* *
Milton A. Friedman, president of the Florida Federation oi
B'nai B'rith Lodges, was master of ceremonies at the installation
of officers at the Ft. Lauderdale B'nai B'rith Lodge last night.
Isaac Levin, past district president, and Mrs. Beverly Becker,
first vice president of the district women's chapters, also par-
ticipated in the ceremonies.
+jnisUnkrXftor_
Marvin H. Glllman To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman,
427 N.E. 26th St.. announce that
their son, Marvin Howard, will
become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow
morning at 11 o'clock at Ten.pie
Israel.
The Gillmans will be hosts at
a reception in honor of the con-
firmand Sunday afternoon from
3 to 5 at their home.
Tema B. Rubenstein
Tema Betty Rubenstein
To Join Summer Brides
A summer wedding is being
planned by Tema Betty Ruben-
stein and her fiance, Samuel
Burk. The couple's engagement
was announced recently by the
bride-to-be's mother, Mrs. Max N.
Rubenstein, 820 40th St., Miami
Beach.
Miss Rubenstein, the daughter
of the late Mr. Rubenstein, is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School. She received her bache-
lor's degree from the University
of Maryland where she was a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority. She is on the staff of the
Florida Sun.
Her finance, the son of Mrs.
Juliet Hartman Burk, Nashville,
and Dr. M. E. Burk, Wilmington,
N. C-. was graduated from Pea-
bodv Demonstration School in
Nashville and from Vanderbilt
University where he was affili-
ated with Omicron Delta, honor-
ary fraternity, and Zeta Beta
Ta'u. During the war, Mr. Burk
served as a captain in the Army
engineers. At present he is en-
gaged in the construction busi-
ness in Miami.
Groups To Mark
May 1st Holiday
The Workmen's Circle Branches
692 and 699, their Women's Clubs,
School Organization, and the
Young English speaking Branch
1050, in conjunction with the
Verband, will celebrate their
traditional May 1st holiday to-
morrow night at 8 o'clock at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545
S.W. 3rd St. and on Sunday night
8 o'clock at the Labor Lyceum,
25 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. At both affairs there will
be appropriate speeches and
community singing. Refreshments
will be served.
Hut-nine's Photo R,fiet
Afartnn H. Gillman
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ANNOUNCES THAT:
1. Any information about Kashruth may be obtained from out
Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Are-
nue, Miami Beach, phone 5-3595.
2. Unless you see the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth displayed in the store, the store is not en-
dorsed by the Vaad.
3. Every fowl must bear the identification ring of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth. fl 1 D 2
4. When dealing with stores or establishments which do not
hare any specific sign of endorsement displayed, call our
Director to make sure that it is endorsed.
HARRY SIMON. Pres. H. SOOTIN, Secy.
A. M. BEAR, Vice Pros. S. LOBEL Trees.
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APRIL
29, 1949

1/7
David Lehrman To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man 1848 James Ave., Miami
Beach, announce the Bar Mitz-
vah of their son, David, to be held
tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at
,he Miami Beach Jewish Center.
David's maternal grandfather,
Rabbi Israel Goldfarb, New York
Stv will preach the Sabbath
morning service in honor of the
occasion.
Thc confirmand is a student at
Miami Beach Junior High School,
Sere he is president of his class.
His a member of the Boy Scouts
"V is interested in writing
o0etrv and drawing.
P Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman will
honor the young man a a re-
option to be given at their home
Sunday afternoon from 3 to 6.
The reception will also serve as
I housewarming for the Lehr-
mar.'s new home.
Out-of-town guests who have
come especially for the Bar
Mitzvah include Rabbi Lehrman s
mother Mrs. S. Weinstein, and
he,- husband, New York; Rabbi
lehrman's brother, Rabbi Moses
Lehrman, Detroit Mich.;. Mrs
Lehrman's parents Rabbi and
Mrs Israel Goldfarb, New York;
Mrs Lehrman's sisters and bro-
thers-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Mit-
chell J- Rubinow and Mr. and
Mrs M. Alterman, New York.
:fj. ;.ye*':'-i
Ardmore Htudio
David Lehrman
Beach Doctor to Wed
Claire H. Cassman
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cassman,
Freeport, 111., and Miami Beach,
have announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of their
daughter, Claire Helene, to Dr.
Wilfred Lansman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Lansman, Astoria,
LI.
The engagement was revealed
at a cocktail and dinner party in
the Sherry Frontenac Hotel re-
cently.
Miss Cassman attended the Uni-
versities of Nebraska and Illinois.
She is a member of Sigma Delta
Tau sorority.
Dr. Lansman, who is a staff
physician at the St. Francis Hos-
pital, Miami Beach, is a grad-
uate of New York University and
interned at Beth David Hospital,
New York.
The couple is planning a sum-
mer wedding in the Edgewater
Beach Hotel, Chicago.
Claire H. Cassman
Marian Ginsburg To
Become Bride Of
N. Peter Morris
The engagement of Marian
Ginsburg to N. Peter Morris, son
of Mrs. Ann Morris, 929 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach, has been an-
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Kadimah Club of the Pioneer
Women will hold a luncheon
Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at the
China Clipper Restaurant, 1890
S.W. 8th St. Reservations must be
made by Tuesday by phoning
hostesses, Mrs. Michael Fiedler
at 48-5873 or Mrs. Fred Sandier
at 48-2262.
Proceeds from the affair will go
toward Pioneer Women's Ha-
bonim projects.
Following luncheon cards and
mah jong will be played and
prizes will be awarded.
Rabbi Shapiro Speaks
On Jewish Radio Show
A feature of Jacob Schacter's
Jewish Musical Hour last Friday
morning over station WBAY,
Norman R. Lyons interview with
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David
Synagogue on the objective and
achievements of the late Rabbis
Stephen Wise and Mayor Berlin.
Harriet Sydelle
Engagement Announced
The betrothal of Harriet Sydelle
to Albert H. riaber has been an-
nounced Dy ner parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman K. Wilck, 1200 S.W.
23rd Ct.
The bride-to-be is a graduate
of Miami High School. Mr. Haber,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Haber, New York City and Sara-
toga, N. Y., is attending City Col-
lege of New York. He served in
the Army Air Corps during the
war.
J"
MURIEL HIRSCH
Dolores J. Shapiro
Dolores J. Shapiro
To Wed O. Dubrow
The betrothal of Dolores Joy
Shapiro to Oscar Dubrow, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dubrow of
Daytona Beach, was announced
Friday night by the bride-elect's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Israel
Shapiro, Augusta, Ga., at a dinner
dance at the Trocadero, Daytona
Beach, in honor of her eighteenth
birthday.
Miss Shapiro attended Tubman
and is a student at Fairmont
Casements College in Ormond
Beach, Fla. She is a member of
the Drama and Arts Club, the
Spanish Club and the Casements
Choral group. Her fiance attend-
ed Seabreeze in Daytona and the
University of Florida, where he
was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity.
Out-of-town guests at the en-
gagement party were: the bride's
maternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Wallerstein, 1234 S.W. 5th
St., Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Na-
thaniel Bernstein, Robert Bern-
stein, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Roth,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tobin Mr.
and Mrs. Jasper Cromer, Miami
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. A. Dubrow
and son, Palm Beach.
The couple was honored at a
dinner party on Saturday night
and a reception on Sunday after-
noon by Mr. Dubrow's parents.
The wedding will take place
"i the late summer.
Marian Ginsberg
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Isidor Ginsburg, Pittsburgh.
Miss Ginsburg and her fiance
are both seniors at the University
of Miami. The bride-elect is past
president of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority and was the recipient of
the Ross Interfaith Scholarship
Award.
Mr. Morris is archon of Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity, served in
the Navy for two and one half
years and was graduated from
Miami Beach High SchooL
Auxiliary Board To Meet
Louis D. Brandeis auxiliary
199, Free Sons of Israel, will hold
a board meeting at the home of
Mrs. Leslie Rome, financial sec-
retary, 1308 Elrade St., Coral
Gables, Thursday at 8 p.m. Plans
for the coming year will be dis-
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Jewish Community Center Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
(Conserrati-e). 2020 Polk St- thodox). 935 Euclid At*- Miami
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Hacfc-
Friday erening htm at s is p m orsky.
Rabb: Max Kaufman. as*:sted bv the Kridav ... | atrvlec
choir, i'.; conduct the service and a,turdaj morning- at v ;" Rabbi
(peak. An Onef >T.abbat will follow kovakj will officiat- ..:.d >! "n
the serv.ces on Friday evening. Sat- At 5:00 I m Raw I Rack-
urday s-r vices at 10 a.m. KMdush .,.-.. wlIi apeak on Ptrkaj pvoa
after the morn.nit eerrlcea Sunday i-.. ,f our Fathers).' B*'*
school at 10:30. Hebrew school M. n- vr \jaarlv follow* Daily
dav, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 v p.m. Confirmation and B.ir Mitzvah : b? addressed by the Rabbi Bery-
- at extra session Thursday at 3 ,, at 6 3,, p m. followed by a class
.': n service dally at 9 a.m. je _,. jaws and customs. Ilaarrv
Temple Emanu-El (Reform), at 1:16.
1801 S. Andrews Are., Fort Laud-, Congregation Keneseth Itraal
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi (Orthodox), 432 Espanola Way.
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6'15 p.m.
Saturday morning; services at a.m.
ba at J p.m. followed by Shalos
Seudos.
Congregation Beth Darid (Con-
ser-ative). 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rer. Maurice
Marnches.
evel Icei a)
RapW
thi I'
Student* servl >".
be I Kiddush
:. 3h tor Mamohei
Sui I : : a m.
a. every t la 1 Ina from 10 3" to
Shapti Hebrew
--...,. ::. ?h Thurs-
d
United Jewish Schools, North
Campus. University of Miami.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies
Cub It 10 a m Hel rew school Monday
and Tuesday from 2 4.5 to 6 '0 p m.
Religious Congregation, 3681
N.W. 2nd St.
Friday evening services at I Satur-
day morning services at 8. MIncha at
5 45 toilowed by Shalos Seudos.
Temple Israel (Reform), 137
N.E. 19th St Rabbi Colman A.
j Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath evening services Friday at
IS Rabbi Zwitman will preach on
the subject. "Events That C< and
- That .\r.- Counted (A present'
.. n of in- biblical tradition "f thf
ntlng of the Omar.) sabbath
morning services at 11 a.m. Bar Iflts-
f Marun Howard, son of Mr
Mrl '- ls Temple Beth Shoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening service at S:15. Rab-
Kronlah will conduct the service
and speak on "How Jews Influenced
American Civil Liberties," a sermon
dedicated 10 American Jewish history
reek Babbatn service lo:45 a.111.
Bar Mltzvah of Richard Homwttt.
Children's birthday blesslnc. Sun-
lay school at t:4S for children from
. 15 Hebrew classes week-days
from 315 for children T.H to 14.
Israelite Center (General), 3346
S.W. 24th St
Dally services at 7 am. Friday night
services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will
be served Immediately following the
services. Saturday morning services
at 9 a.m
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065
Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Raab will conduct the service
and preach the sermon on the subject:
im and Flotsam Mrs 8a .1
.-' hreiber will present the altar flowers
in honor of her laughter Michelle's
thirl birthday. Rita Hyman Bukatel
'. ;. be 1st Religious s< hool S
day at 1'' .1 m
r. First Anniversary
f Israel A n
follow in tl ..-..
:- nvited the
I p.m :'.:'-.
m May 4, R 1 will
:. the anr..'. I karj I -
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Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton
Friedman.
ng es (.SO Sabbath
n. Rabb:
rill ,: b on "The Portion
I of the '.'-. st Ii nl 1 services at
10 .-. Saturday supervised by Ber-
W Kin the Religious
ff MIncha at 1:00 ;> m. Fol-
Shaloa Seudos Sunday
school ."- 10 a Daily religious school
from 3:30 to < p.m Dally services 1
I p.i
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
I Cantor Berele Kelemer.
-.: -.. 1 .- Frl I ly even -.c at I 10.
' : at I a.m. itabbl
.he Three Pil-
5:30 p.m followed
Sha S< V and Mir'.*. The
he Portion of:
ol at 10 am.
from 3.30 to 6:30
ervtces at : m and
. y. r and Inst
f offlceri Ireater Miami '
_ sat Ion at p m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Are.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
| cheloff.
F lay evening sen 1 p.m.
al I a.m. Bar
v ?.- .:. : Stan ey, son of Mr. and
:: L- Lea> Itt Rabbi Mei hi "
1 the conflrmand Mln-
; II wed b> Shalos
s. Rabbi ateacheloft w-in speak
P rtl n of the Week Sunday
I at 10 a m Dally schf>o! from
' 6 30
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Late Friday evening r 11 I"
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' Rs : Irving L-hr-
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t o'clock.
father-
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on the thi i; 1
( Rabbi and
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Voutb break)
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patio. H<
Sunday
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Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Sen m ntlnued until the fall
Sholem Lodge Arbitration Committee
Ready To Function, Isenberg Reports
Trie Arbitration Committee of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has
been organized ar.d is ready to
hear ar.d arbitrate all matters
placed before it for attention, ac-
cording to Michael M Iisenberg.
chairman.
As explained by Isenberg. any
persons of Jewish faith who are
in conflict over a problem may
call upon the committee to render
a decision. There is no charge for
this service. No formalities are
I required except that both parties
1 agree to be bound by the deci-
sion of the committee. Parties
1 may be represented either by
' their attorneys or may present
' their own case, as they desire.
This committee is not designed
1 to supplant our law courts, but
'to assist in the administration of
I justice." Chairman Isenberg
points out. There are many con-
troversies of various types that
require a decision within a few-
days and our court system is often
too slow and expensive to settle
the dispute and afford relief. No
man on the committee will serve
who is personally acquainted
with either of the litigants or
who has any interest in the matter
or who is excused by either party.
I am confident that every mem-
ber of this committee is noted
for his fairness and impartiality
and desire to administer justice
to his fellow men."
Business and professional men
who have volunteered their serv-
ices to this committee are: Harry
Diamond. Bernard Tytell, J
Gerald Lewis, Dr Chas. Beck-
witt. Harry Boyell. Maurice C.
Cohn, Hy Rifas. Louis Zeientz.
Fred Shochet. Jales Pearlman.
Max Holtzberg. Dor.ald S. La-
Vigne. Sam Luby. Mr. Martin S.
Belle. Henry Bulbin, Dave Rifas.
David Stuzin, Allan Abbess, Dr.
Seymour Blumenthal and George
Chertkof.
All persons w.-.o desire to avail
themselves of this B'nai B'rith
arbitration committee may tele-
phone either Isenberg at 9-0124
or Mrs. Rose Gilbert, executive
secretary of the lodge, at 3-6306.
Gables Lodge To Meet
Coral Gables Lodge B'nai B'rith
will hold its next meeting on
Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the Hillel
House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd
Coral Gables.
Dr Leonard Glickstein has an-
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showing of the sound film "This
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the service program of the na-
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New members will be intro-
duced and plans will be discussed
for tne current membership drive
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rome R. Adelman, newly elected
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PAGE ELEVEN
Deadline For Scholarship Applications
To Brancleis Institutes Is Tomorrow
r-wish Youths in Greater Mi-
I i have two more days to apply
fcXlarsh.ps to the Brandeis
Institute according to an
Snl^nrfromLibbyHoch-
IS^executi've'-secraary of the
? i 7innist Youth Commission.
"gjSTte applications is to-
|mAn0vVvoung man or woman bc-
il95hc ages of 18 to 25 who
.Sses leadership qualities is
BSeto attend one of the.ttoee
1 V; located in Winterdale.
gST HendSJonville, N. C. and
2nta Susana, Calif.
The dates lor the sessions are
.Allows- B.C.I, of the east: two-
tfsStitute: July 5-July 18;
Keeks institute: July 18-July
81; four-weeks institute, August
.September 5.
RCI <>f the west: four-weeks
irstitute: July 5-July 31; four-
' ks institute: August 8-Sep-
ciples of group work. Two hours
daily are devoted to group sirg-
ing and folk dancing.
temoer 4;" seven-weeks art insti-
ute- July 18-September 5.
BCI of the south: four-weeks
institute: July 5-July 31; four-
weeks institute. August 2-August
30
The curriculum at the camps,
which includes study, work and
recreation, provides courses in
jewis- life and problems on the
American scene; problems facing
world Jewry; history, theory and
practice of Zionism; achievements
and problems of Israel; and prin-
Flagli>r-<;ranafla
Herman Feldman will be in- j
or woman be- stalled as president of the Flag-'
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center Sunday evening at Har-!
vey's Restaurant, Biscayne Blvd.!
at N.E. 17th St.
Others who will take office are:
Charles Adelman, vice president;'
Evelyn Clcin, recording secre-:
tary; Bernice Segal, correspond-1
ing secretary; Sidney Stiller,
treasurer; Jack Cohen, financial
secretary.
Members of the board include:
Robert Tauber. Joe Masters, Sam
Kirschner and Ben Clein. Honor-
ary board members are I. Ruben-
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All members arc asked to make
reservations immediately.
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Jr. Ilatlassah Unit
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Plans have been completed for
a donor banquet to be sponsored
by the Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah at the McAllister Hotel
Sunday at 6:30 p.m., according to
Mrs. Lorine Factor, chairman.
Mrs. H. C. Moser, president of
the Miami Group of Senior Ha-
dassah, will be honored guest and
principal speaker. Florence Le-
vinger will offer vocal selections.
She will be accompanied at the
pi:ino by Mrs. Factor.
Proceeds of the affair are ear-
marked for the Meier Shfeyah
Children's Village and Youth
Aliyah, the youth immigration
service which cares for under-
privileged children in Europe and
Asia.
Miss M. Weiss Is
Named Principal
Miss Malvina Weiss, long time
Miami Beach resident, was re-
cently appointed principal of
South Beach Elementary School.
Recognized for her outstanding
work as an educator and lectur-
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cularly interested in mental health
and emotional problems of chil-
dren.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School, the new
principal attended the University
of Miami on a scholarship award-
ed by the Miami Beach Woman's
Club. She has been teaching at
Central Beach Elementary, where
she has assisted Miss Katie Dean,
principal. In 1942, at the request
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tion of a teacher-training pro-
gram for the state. In connection
with this assignment, she was
co-author of "Handbook on In-
ternship" for student teachers.
This book has been used in col-
leges and universities throughout
the state.
In 1944 Miss Weiss was award-
ed a scholarship to Harvard
where she did work in the field of
human relations. While there she
outlined a plan for intercultural
education for teachers in service.
This plan has been endorsed for
teachers in Dade County and has
received national recognition and
commendation. It was reprinted
in the quarterly "Common
Ground." Miss Weiss has also
written several Christmas-Chan-
uka pageants for Central Beach
Elementary which have since
been presented in other cities.
Miss Weiss has been asked by
Thomas Bailey, state superintend-
ent of education, to serve on a
committee slated to work in Tal-
lahassee this summer to revise
the Florida school standards. Last
Courshon Enters
Council Race
Aaron Courshon, Miami Beach
hotel operator, this week an-
nounced his candidacy for the
Miami Beach city council.
A long-time Miami Beach resi-
dent, Courshon first came here
in 1926 when he constructed sev-
eral buildings. He decided to
make his permanent home here
and later entered the motion pic-
ture and hotel fields.
In announcing his candidacy,
Courshon cited the need for good
business practices in the future
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Aaron Courshon
development of Miami Beach.
Pointing out that the city's pro-
gress has been largely due to ef-
forts of pioneer developers and
other private individuals, Cour-
shon said that he would base his
campaign upon principles of good
business.
The candidate is 49 years old
and has been married for 29
year she studied at Columbia Uni- s Courshon has three sons,
^JSlty ^nd edited the book H World War n
Man-Made Plague, a Primer on
Neurosis," by the noted psy-
chiatrist. Dr. William G. Nieder-
land.
Miss Weiss holds office in sev-
eral professional and civic or-
ganizations. She assumes her new
office in September, when she
will replace Rir.alden Saunders,
who is being transferred to a
school now under construction.
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Leonard A. Levrne, Pres.
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Active in civic affairs and
charitable work for years, Cour-
shon is a member of the Civic
League, Elks, B'nai B'rith, North
Beach Improvement Association
and Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce.
Citing the "taxation without
benefit" methods of the county
government, need for additional
parking facilities, improvement of
community public relations and
necessity of sufficient housing for
all Beach citizens as the most
pressing problems today, Cour-
shon advocated "application of
realistic business tactics to solve
these problems and to pave the
way for Miami Beach's future
growth."
Dr. Rosenfeld Speaks
Dr. Charles Rosenfeld. medical
director of the Cerebral Palsy
Clinic, spoke on "The RH Factor
and Its Relation to Cerebral
Palsy" last night at the Cerebral
Palsy Clinic, Inc., 304 S.W. 8th
Ave. .
The Cerebral Palsy Association
will sponsor a supper and card
party at the Beth El auditorium,
500 S. W. 17th Ave., Saturday,
May 7, at 8 p.m. Proceeds will go
toward securing and maintaining
a speech therapist. Subscription is
one dollar.
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Rabbi Kronish To
Address Conclave
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
who has recently returned from
a visit to Israel, will be one of
the guest speakers at the forth-
coming Young Zionist conclave
at the south campus of the Uni-
versity of Miami to be held the
weekend of May 13-15. The topic
of Rabbi Kronish's discussion will
be "What the New State of Israel
Means to the Youth of America.'*
The conclave will be conducted
by members of the Young Judaea
Leaders' Council in celebration of
the anniversary of the birth of the
new State of Israel.
One hundred members of
Senior Judaea, Jr. Hadassah,
Masada and IZFA. as well as
members of other Jewish youth
groups and unaffiliated youth are
emected to attend the meet.
Highlights of the weekend pro-
gram will be services to be con-
ducted by Senior Judaea clubs,
discussions conducted by leading
speakers and educators in the
Greater Miami area, athletic
events and contests and a Midura
program saluting the year-old
State of Israel.
The conclave is under the spon-
sorship of the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth Commission, chair-
man of which is Dr. E. J. Edel-
man.
Sisterhood Donor
Affair Set For
Wednesday Noon
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
guest speaker at the Beth David
Sisterhood's annual donor lunch-
eon to be held Wednesday at 12
noon in the Garden Restaurant,
2235 S.W. 8th St.
A program his being prepared
by the Harriet Damenstein Group,
Mrs. Samuel J. August and Mrs.
Max Bergman, announce. A sou-
venir program which will include
an honor roll of members who
contributed is being printed and
will be presented to all guests
attending the affair.
Jr. Hadassah Members To
Give Party Tomorrow
Four members of the Miami
Unit of Junior Hadassah will be
hostesses at a party tomorrow
night at 8:15 at 1654 S.W. 14th
St (on tennis court). Entertain-
ment, dancing, cocktails, refresh-
ments and games are being
planned.
Donation is 75 cents and pro-
ceeds will go to Hadassah's Is-
raeli projects. For information,
call 9-3235.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN th.it
the undesigned, desiring to engage In 'the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fl.-tltlous name of .business under the fictitious name or
Abo! Sanitary Supplies at 245 S. W Red Bird Kood Market at 633 li.rd
17th Ave., Miami, Florida, Intends to i Road, Dade County, Florida, iniena
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
THEO ABEL. Sole Owner
4/29 E 6-13-20
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ilth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAPE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No 1242TS.
SEBASTIAN DE SALVO. Plaintiff.
vs. JEAN PE SALVO, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: JEAN DE BALVO
135 Thames Street
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby required to file your
appearance to Plaintiffs Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce in the above-styled
cause on or before the 27 day of May,
1949; otherwise, the allegations of said
Bill will be taken as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami, Florida this 27
day of April. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Sea!)
By M C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
4 29 6 B-13-20
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
THOMAS SEROPULOS
EDWARD WEISS
Partners
HARRT DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant*
4 29 6/6-13-20
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AM'
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 12427:.
JUNE YOUNGERMAN. Plaintiff, vs
GORDON YOUNGERMAN. Defend-
ant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA-
TO: GORDON YOfNGERMAN
*23 Hutehins Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio
You are hereby not:fi.-i1 and -'r*'
to file your appearance to the E I
Complaint for Divorce fl>d is
you by the Plaintiff in the a)
styled cause ..n or before tr- R
of May, 1949. otherwise the
therein contained will be takes
confessed bv you
DATED at Miami. Flor:ia :v.. "
day of April, 1349
E. B. T-EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M C FEIGE
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
4/29 G.6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d- siring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SIMONS' SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY
at 2145 N.W 62nd Street. Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIAM S. SIMONS
ADELE SIMONS
Petitioners
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
At-orneys for Petitioners
Sevbold Bldg.
4 .i 5 6-13-20-27______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
4-59 BAR" at 469 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
u : Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROSE NORR.
Sole Owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
S03-I Olympla Bldg.
4 29 5 6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FU)RIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
123986.
SAMUEL FREEMAN. Plaintiff. VS.
CATHERINE FREEMAN, Defend-
ant
To: CATHERINE FREEMAN
311 East 89th Street
New York, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance or answer to the
above divorce action on or before the
23rd day of May, 1949. otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated this 18 day of April, 1949.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clark, Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Seybold Building
4/22-29 5/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SAM'S SWAP SHOP at 20 N. W. 5th
Street. Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
6AM RANDELL
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 5/6-13-20-27
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FIXjRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
124288.
HERBERT ROSENBERG, Flaintiff,
vs. DORIS ROSENBERG, Defend-
ant
YOU, DORIS ROSENBERG, 3622
Paseo Boulevard, Kansas City, Mis-
souri, are notified to file your ap-
pearance In the above cause for di-
vorce, on or before May 31. 1949, or a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED April 27, 1949.
E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEME,
Deputy Clerk.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/29 6/6-13-20-27
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No
124224.
GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK, Plaintiff,
vs. MORRIS LEVINBOOK, Defend-
ant.
TO: MORRIS LEVINBOOK
3544 12th Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against
you by GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK on
or before the 25 day of May, 1949,
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against vou.
DONE AND ORDERED THIS 25
day of April, 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
4/29 5/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buhiness under the fictitious name of
Joy San Shoes at 1337 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
L. FRIEDLER, Owner
BURNETT ROTH
Congress Bldg
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 6/6-18-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Tamiaml Hotel at 20* West Flagler
Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with ths Clerk of
ths Circuit Court of Dads County,
Florida, _____ ____
HERMAN SCHTJLMAN
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 5/6-13-20
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADB COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 124259.
JOHN F. HALIK. Plaintiff, vs.
APELINE P. HALIK. Defendant.
TO: ADELINE P. HALIK
23 Mulford Gardens
Yonkers, New York.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the Bill of
''omplalnt for divorce filed against
you by JOHN F. HA UK on or before
the 26 day of May, 1949, otherwise
the allegations of said Bill will be
taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 26 dav
of April. 1949.
E B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
TURK & NEWMAN
Solicitors for Plaintiff
4/29 5/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Fay's Bar and Grill at 9901 N.W.
27th Ave., Dade County, Florida. In-
tend to register said name with' the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOHN J. DOMBROWSKI
DOLORES DOMBROWSKI
JOSEPH MARTYNA
VICTORIA MARTYNA
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants
4/29 5'6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'". *TOR FLOMING and JOSEPH
SHAY have on the 19 day of April,
194$, dissolved the partnership known
.. FLOMING Sc DOSHAY conducted
.: if: N,-rth West 5th Street. Miami.
Florida, ar.d that VICTOR FLOMING
has assumed and agreed to pay all of
the debts, bills and liabilities of said
; i.,r.ersh:p.
DATED April 19. 1949.
VICTOR FLOMING
JOSEPH DOSHAY
!.EO SHEINER. Attorney
ISM Tacific Bldg.
4 29 5, 6________________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0U8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Pavlson's at 911 N. W. 2nd Ave,
Miami, Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
DAVIDSON BROS INC.
By NATHAN DAVIDSON.
President
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
Seybold Bldg.
4/29 5/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BISCAYNH ASSOCIATES at 273 N. K
Second Street. Miami, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
WALTER E. LEHNER
.__. EMMA M. LEHNER
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Walter E. Lshner and
t-mma M. Lehner
4/29 5/6-18-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
/I-i.,h.lan,L 'sundry and Cleaners at
4323 N. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
EDWARD HARELICK
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
4/22-29 5/6-13-20
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No.
18288.
RE: ESTATE OF
MATILDA OUERLEIN,
Deceased
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate Of MAT1LUA OBfc.KLj!U.N
deceased; and that on the 16 day of
May, 1949, will apply to the Honor-
able W. F. Blanton, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administrator of the Estate
of MATILDA OBERLEIN, deceased.
This 15th day of Aprlll 1949.
MAX R SILVER.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
4/22-29 5/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
City Auto Truck Spring Service at 79
N. W. 20th Street. Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Clroult Court of Dade
County, Florida.
PAUL E. ANDREWS
L WILLIAM ZUCKERMAN
Partners
4/8-16-22-29 6/6
>ayTprRJ
_LEGAL_IfOTlCE
ELEVENTH judiciatT 0P TRs
128764. N CTI*NCERT J*
STANLEY McEI Rnv ^ *
NELLIE McEI Roy' rPUlB" -,
18 East Thavnr St.,
Philadelphia; Penn^f*1'
YOU AR^V^RE^1^. ^
r u yo"appearar"* or Z22jrB to
BUI of Complaint for n?v, *r to
Florida, this 8 W&JM
(Circuit SB, ij^^
B> R. "RICE, jr.
JACK A. ABBOTT m* Cle*
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
4/16-22-29 6/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Davidson Bros., Inc.. doing business
as Davidson's at 911 N. W. 2nd Ave-
nue. Miami, Ha., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
NATHAN DAVIDSON
MAE DAVIDSON
BENJAMIN DAVIDSON
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
Seybold Building
4/82-29 6/6-13
ORDER OF PUBl IP..,.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT oN
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ?v TW!
FOR DADE COUNTY inJmLf
THE STATE OF FLORli>AU>R,DA---
To: Nathan Penn
602 Am boy Street
Brooklyn, New York
IN CHANCERY No mini
FANNIE PENN. Plain lift
THAN PENN.-De^ndan't. *
iou are hereby notifUrf -,..j -
to file your appearance, to pfflSS
Bill of Complalnt^?CDI -ore1? nn?'
above-styled cause on or b*Vs &
day of May, 1949; otherwu! 5'
^legations therein contain*iM
taken as confessed by you
DATED at Hlami, Florida, thu i,
day of April. 1949 ,M "
E,B J^THERMAN
(Circuit Court K ***
By M. c. Fte.
SAM SILVER D*PU,y A*
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1708 Congress Bldg.
4/16-22-29 6/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0U1
NAME LAW
,hNOTiCB.IS "ERKBY GIVEN tail
the undersigned, desiring to engag.U
business under the fictitious n.m5
City Auto Parts Rebuilding 532
at 79 N W. 20th Street. m ift
ld.a.w C1'",4* ,to r*'r said tM
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MORRIS ZrcKERMAN
Sole Owner
4/8-15-22-29 5/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Euclid Investment Co. at 716 Euclid
Avenue. Miami, Beach, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
LOUIS KAHAN
MORRIS PLATT
Equal Partners
i SHIRLEY WOOLF
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
4/22-29 5/6-13-20
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the partnership lately existing between
the undersigned Albert Baron and
Thomas Seropulos carrying on the
business known as RED BIRD FOOD
MARKET. 6838 Bird Road, Dade
County. Florida, was, on the 28th day
of April, 1949, dissolved by mutual
consent and that the business In the
future win be carried on by the said
Thomas Seropulos alone, who will pay
and discharge all debts and liabilities
and receive all monies payable to tie
said late firm.
ALBERT lARON
T*OMAS eXROPULOS
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 5/6
,v. ~,N0TICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
J* AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No!
In Re: ESTATE OF
PAUL MITCHELL.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
.Ji?.'..and.. each ,of 7011' *r hereby
notified and required to present any
a slms and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of PAUL MITCHELL deceased
Ida. to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON,
County Ju file the same In his office In ths mm. V "~u m
County Courthouse In Dade County, S?"?5 *,nt w, be ,a*n confessed
Florida, within sight calendar months i,* i .
?/*<* of "is first publication "-*- .-ur.,her ORDERED that this
52E?f: .^ld clPm* 225t2i2ithe 2egaJ ^dressof the claim-
ant and to b* sworn to aid presented
as aforesaid, or same will bs barredT
M Section 120 of the 19M Probate
D*U April lAA _m
ELgABBTH M- CONN.
as Kxsootnz of the Laat Will and
gggg* <* 'a^^tchell!
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Executrix
i 22 29 5/8
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
123998.
II GEORGE GRIFFITH, and UDA
GRIKEITH, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs.
ARTHUR J. SANDERSON, and
MRS. ARTHUR J. SANDERSON,
his wife. ALBERT E SANDER-
SON, and MRS. ALBERT E.
SANDERSON, his wife, Defendants.
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO: ARTHUR J. SANDERSON and
MRS. ARTHUR J. SANDERSON,
his wife, ALBERT E SANDER-
SON, and MRS. ALBERT E.
SANDERSON, his wife,
if alive, imd If dead, their un-
known heirs, devisees, legatees,
grantees, successors or assigns,
creditors, trustees or other claim-
ants, claiming interests by,
through, under or against any of
the named defendants, deceased
or otherwise and to all parties
having or claiming to have any
right, title or Interest In the fol-
lowing described land situate,
lying and being In Dade County,
Florida, to-wit:
Ixits 13 and 14, Block 9 of
TAMIAMI HIGHLANDS Subdivi-
sion according to the plat thereof,
recorded In Plat Book 10, Page 33,
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida.
up'ulin.^'W KACH OF YOU ARE
HERDB1 NOTIFIED, that suit has
been brought against you In the
above entitled Court. In Chancery,
o> the above named plaintiffs for the
purpose of quieting title to the above
described property; said action being
based upon possession by the plain-
tiffs under a tax deed from the Board
or ComniiNMoners Everglades Drain-
SK .,DUt/lc.1- >> E. B. Leatherman.
r k. of,ne Circuit Court. Dade
County Florida, based upon non-
payment of taxes.
It is therefore ORDERED that you
and each of you file an appearance
in the above styled cause In the office
&*?1*-. Clerk of ,ne Circuit Court.
J^er-.?un.tyV.Rt tne Curt House in
the City of Miami, State of Florida,
on or before the 19th day In May,
1!M9 to the Bill of Complaint brought
MX*!! T?,u1bylB- George Griffith and
Lida Griffith, his wife, for the pur-
pose of quieting title of the said B.
George Griffith and Lida Griffith, his
Vov h plftlnilff*- ln *nd to the
?h t ii ?.rlbed Property, otherwise
the allegations In the said BUI of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thu undersigned, desiring to engagt a
business under the fictitious namj of
O. K. Auto Parts at number 1(60 NW
20th 8treet in the City of Miami]
Florida, intends U> register the said
name with the Clerk of Uie Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RAN FORD E EMERMA.V
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLB
ft ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
74* Seybold Bldg.
4/8-15-28-29 6/
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage ln
business under the fictitious name of
Tropics Hotel at 716 N. Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida, Intends to regft"
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
MORRIS BERER, Lea
4/8-15-22-29 6/
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tail
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Archie's Tavern at 134 N. E. 2nd
Avenue, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Couft
of Dade Countv, Florida.
MORRIS A. KAUFMAN
(Sole Owner)
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Applicant
4/1-8-16-22-29
n. .U,Apf?e*f bf" be Published
2!L ,_We^C fo.r four consecutive
weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a
Florida.11*1' pub"'h,<1 ln County.
a.v'1,'\ at ^'V*11' ^rlda. this 18
day of April, A.D. 1940.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
(Circuit cS* &)* Clrcult Court'
y M. C. FETOE,
MARION BROOK*! I>*PUty CT*Xk-
follc'tor for Plaintiffs
819 OK-mpla Bldg
4.22-2:. i/Ml
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uul
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STRAND HOTEL at 226 N. E. Second
Street, Intend to register said n"
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT J. WITimOW
LORENE WITH ROW
MARGARET OTTEN
ARTHUR OTTEN
E AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
4/8-15-22-29 6/6_________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CilVEN tw
the undersigned, desiring to engage n
business under the fictitious namitm
DRAKE VILLAS at number "
Tatum Waterway In the City of Mi-
ami Beach. Florida, intend to regie"-
the said name with the Clerk of W
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florioa.
JACOB FRIEDIS
CLAIRE FRIKDL3
OEOROE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
4/1-8-15-22-29
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THt
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT "'
FI^RIDA. IN AND FOR P*%
COUNTY. IN CHANCERT,
MARGARET r.HHfSl&S
vs. ALBERT LBHRJgk-fi^ffill
You. ALBERT LEHBER. 1"
11th Avenue. Beechhurst, Long'
New York, are notified to fll> 7
appearance in the above us*Ap
divorce on the th day of .> j^
1949. otherwise decree pro com*
will be entered flnrt,>0iJnHi A-D
Dated this 6 day at ^P1
"- E. B LEATHERMA.V, Cl.rK-
(Clrcult Court Sjal) -^OS.
*y D.pufy em
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
103* Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
4/8-16-12-29
1^1^


pnrnAY.APRIL 29, M
+Jewish fhridian
PAGE THIRTEEN
B'nai B'rith State Convention To Be
Held In Havana From May 5th To 9th
B'nai B'rith Lodges and Worn-
Chapters from the entire
tale of Florida are making final
nans to attend the 13th annual
Mention of the Florida Federa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges in
Havana, Cuba, May 5 to 9.
This is the first time m the
History of B'nai B'rith in this state
That a convention has been held
lutside the continental limits of
he United States and a record
Carls Markets
Institute Group
Insurance Plan
Mindful of the fact that the
welfare of its employees and
their families play an important
part in the service rendered to
the public, Carls Markets, Inc.,
has extended to its employees
\al*I Home For Jewish Children At
Denver To Install Officers Tuesday
in.e Hanrp" s expected. and tneir families, more than 1200
"nervations may still be made persons, a cooperative group in-
Kilton A. Friedman, 1023 suranee which went into effect
S?Jd Building, President of I last week
SS.FeLwPffKtoS^^t Carl Weinkle, in a
convention trip. Total cost of
fhe round trip on the SS Florida
Dlus two days at the famous
Kacional Hotel, sightseeing tours,
luncheons, dinner dance and con-
vention assessment is $85 per per-
son Those interested in plane
travel may leave Miami, May 6,
9 45 a.m. and the charge will be
$69 per person. Mr. Friedman may
be contacted at 3-6264 or call Farr
Tours 5-5327.
letter to employees, states,
"Since security is one of the
greatest needs of modern living,
our company is indeed happy to
announce that it has completed
arrangements for a complete pro-
gram which will insure a large
measure of security to Carls em-
ployees and their families."
This program, underwitten by
the Travelers Insurance Com-
pany, Hartford, Connecticut, in-
cludes life insurance, accidental
death and dismemberment, week-
ly income in case of sickness or
accident, hospital reimbursement,
medical and surgical benefits and
other special benefits.
Herman A. Binder, local life in-
surance representative, life mem-
Cohn Qualifies
For Council Race
Al. S. Cohn recently qualified
as the eighth candidate to file
petitions with the city clerk for
a place on the ballot in the June. ber of the Million Dollar Round
7 election for Miami Beach coun-1 Table, National Association Life
cilman. Insurance Underwriters, negoti-
Cohn, who is an advertising ex- ated the contract.
ecutive, has been a Democratic
committeeman on the Beach and
a local resident for 25 years. He
is a member of the Elks Club,
Variety Club, Showman's Associ-
ation, and various other organ-
izations. A native of Kingston,
N. Y., he is married and has one
married daughter.
Judaea Unit Plans Picnic
Plans for a picnic to be held
May 22 at Crandon Park were
discussed at a meeting of the
Chaim Weizmann Junior Young
Judaea Tuesday night at the Mi-
ami Y. Boys between the ages
of ten and fifteen interested in
joining the organization are
asked to called 3-5854.
Installation for new officers
and board members of the Na-
tional Home for Jewish Children
at Denver will be held Tuesday
at 12 noon, in the Pagoda Room
of the Saxony Hotel, 3201 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. The newly
elected officers of the junior
group, known as the Lorber
Chapter, will be installed at the
same time.
The installation will be con-
ducted by Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
To be seated as president is Mrs.
Irving H. Miller. Others who will
be installed are: Mrs. Albert
Dubler, first vice president; Mrs.
George B. Feller, second vice
president; Mrs. Elsie Leschel,
third vice president; Mrs. Mel
Crane, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Gisela Newlander, recording
secretary; Mrs. Lewis Kane, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Sam
Luby, treasurer; Mrs. Herman
Wronker, auditor.
Board members include the
Mesdames Jerry Alexander, Sam
Alexander, Ben Bloom, Charles
Burns, Dave Cohen, Frank Cole,
Herb Elisberg, John Feller, I. H.
Goldman, Rosella Kummins, Sara
Levine, Max Michelson, Sadye
Nathan, Herman Pearl, Edward
Peyser, Abe Pollack, Julius Sap-
erstein, Martin Strelitz, Alec
Suberman, Isador Tannen, Sam
Tunick, Morris Union, Harry Zeil-
inger.
In charge of reservations are,
Mrs. Albert Dubler, phone 2-2442;
Mrs. Gisela Newlander, 82-5149,
and Mrs. Abe Pollack, 58-1293.
Ann E. Bcarman
Betrothal Announced
A late spring wedding is being
planned by Ann Eileen Bearman,
whose engagement to Seymour
Kant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Kant, Coral Gables, has been
announced by her mother, Mrs.
Eleanor Bearman, 536 14th St,
Miami Beach.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Highland Manor School,
Tarrytown, N. Y., and Mannheim-
er's School. She is now attending
the University of Florida, where
she is majoring in accounting.
Mr. Kant is also a student at
the University of Florida study-
ing pharmacy. Both will resume
their studies following the wed-
ding.
>]
2 FAMOUS NAMES
FEATURED BY
WOLPERT'S
Living Room Furniture
>
i
Pictured presenting group insurance polices to his employees
is Carl Weinkle, president of Carls Markets. Inc. Shown from left
to right are: Weinkle, Marie Bolstering, Gloria Hogan, A. J.
Scbmackers and Phil Bouregouis. _____________
GENERAL ELECTRIC
Appliances
UlalfieU
FURNITURE Co.
1200 Coral Way
Biscayne Slates
Feature Events
With another month to go be-
fore the greyhound racing season
lends in Miami, the Biscayne dog
j track has arranged a series of
! feature attractions that should
hold the fan's interest right up
to closing date May 31. The
Derby to be run the final night
will be the highlight on the Bis-
cavne calendar but several other
events, such as the William
Fineran Memorial, the big race
for the juvenile brigade, and
other attractions will be run at
frequent intervals.
The All-Florida Championship
which had its running April 23
gave ample evidence that such
affairs are in demand from the
sports-loving public. With the
gruelling eliminations and semi-
finals, six tests in all, ere the
field could be determined fans
had plenty of opportunity of get-
ting a good line on the competi-
Thus far the Biscayne track has
held its own in the matter of at-
tendance and mutuel play. With
all the other dog tracks closed
when Biscayne opened and no
horse track offering competition
the northside oval figures to wind
up very close to the right side of
the ledger In point of play. As
tor attendance, that's 'way over
last year's mark now.
DON'T MISS
THE SPECIAL
MARATHON EVENT
SATURDAY NIGHT
10th RACE
NITELY
(EXCEPT SUNSAtSj
POST TIME 7:45 P.M.
10 RACES NIGHTLY
DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 2nd
QUINIELAS EVERY RACE
NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM
No Minors AdmiMtd
EXPRESS SERVICE DIRECT TO TAACK
MIAMI Miami Transit buse toava on N. t. 2nd St.. betwean 1st and 2nd Avar, avary 15 m*.
atartina- at :3 t. M. Coast City Coacoas kava Ha>#naMadrtd Tarm.nal, S. E. 2nd St. St
lid Ava. ovary faw min. starting at 6:30. MIAMI BCACH: Stanley Tows uaas laava tram 14th
*Mlto. awry 15 .to.from 645 un... 115 d!*tl&lgTg*lfl Uft
at Ml 71. Ms. Sportsman Santos: tmm toava 7* *Oa*to HI asot'MKMMI
Ca4i!n*fc5S TM 7:4$: toava Sftfe ft Collins 7:05 7:30 MSi.nl
BISCAYNE^
FUTURITY i
TRACK ,'
IN FLA /
Strrnt Between N E. 2nd and N. W 7th Avps
r
Jinkins Helpy Solfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washer*.
Use That Soft City Water for a Whiter Wash
WE SELL SOAP. BLEACH and STARCH
2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7012
NOTICE
Effective Immediately
ALL
KOSHER MEAT MARKETS
OF DADE COUNTY
WILL BE CLOSED
ALL DAY SUNDAY
FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS
KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD
"BUY KOSHER MEATS"


PAGE FOURTEEN
PASS PAINTING CO.
(Not Inc.)
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
Painting Decorating Wall Papering
Licensed Insured
2741 S. W. 5th St. Phone 48-5971
SPENCE H. PASS. Owner
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC.
FROM FARM TO YOU
169 N. E. 62nd Street
Phone 7-1667

MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL
: '
*
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH
FINCHER OLDSMOBILE, INC.
1740 N. E. Second Avenue
SOUTHERN TILE COMPANY
TILE MARBLE TERAZZO
2500 S. W. 28th Lane
4-6037 PHONES 4-4475
9-Jewistnoridiain
LORA PACK
SPORTSWEAR FOR
WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1916
2!^APRIL29,
Phone 3-4859
CHARRON -
WILLIAMS
Commercial College
804 N.E. Second Avenue
Mary Williams, B. S.. Director
Miami. Florida
Laundry and Clea^
PHONE 5-7489
TheBestForLess
Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
How to protect yoar child ogalnst Cancer
America's nsast iteded disease
Today, Cancer strikes in one of every two
American families ...here's how you can
give your child a better chance to live
Today's children arc marked
as tomorrow's victims, un-
less we speed our attack on man-
kind's most dreaded killer, For
every month saved in file even-
tual discovery of the cause and
cure of Cancer will in turn se
thousands ot livesamong them,
very possibly, someone near and
dear to you.
Cancer is an ever-present threat
to your familymore so than
many people realize. Cancer still
strikes in one out of every two
families, still kills one American
ut of every eight.
Progress is being mad*
Today, thanks to scientific re-
search, a diagnosis ot Cancer is
no longer a death warrant. Cer-
tain Cancer tases are now being
cured. This year one quarter ot
all Cancer patients will be saved
by surgery. X-ray or radium. But
these encouraging facts do Jiot
mean our fight against Cancer is
over. It has really only begun,
How soon we find the canst and
cure of Catjcer depends on how
MM anil how much help comes
not trom one friend but trom
thousands.
Learn to Recognize
Cancer's Danger Signals
Any o/e that does not heal, par-
ticularly about the tongue, mouth
or lips
A painless lump or thickening, el-
pecially in the breast, lip or tongue
Progressive chonge in the cok* "
site of a wart, mole or birthmark
Persistent indigestion
Persistent hoarseness, unexplointd
cough, or difficulty In swolk>.>'
Bloody discharge from the nipt*
or irregular bleeding from any or
the natural body openings
Any chonge in the normal bol
habit
Cancer can strike anyone,
but you can strike back.
GIVE TO THE
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
i
AMERICAN CANCER SoOETY, INC
Here'i my gift to Nip conquer Off
I
CMm *>"------5"a-"
Just, writ. "CANCER" w.MSS-S
UmTng ,-our contnbution I ^1' ce jo ^
la the American Cincer >ocinr
Slite. _-'
American Cancer Society and The
Dade County Cancer Institute
126 N. E. FIRST STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDA
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE LIQUORS
309 N. W. 9th Avenue
Miami
HARMON, INC
Perfect Prints iW
Blue Prints-Black and Wbi*
and Photostat Print*
142 N. W. 2nd St
PHONE 3-5777


mAY. APRIL 29. 1949
+Jenisti Fhrldton
PAGE FIFTEEN
AMERICAN
AWNING CO-
gen C. LaPointe. Owner
PHONE 9-7801
"Anything that's made
of Canvas"
571 N. W. S. River Dr.
ROYAL BAKING
COMPANY
DULANEY'S
of MIAMI BEACH. Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41st St Ph. 5-6441
NEW PIONEER
HOTEL
"In the Heart of Downtown
Miami"
151 N.E. 1st St. Miami
Livosay Window
Co., Inc.
PRECAST CONCRETE
WINDOW FRAMES
3044 S. W. 28th Lane
PHONE 4-2503
"THE MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH"
PLASTERING BY
D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO.
450 N. W. 71st STREET. MIAMI
PHONE 89-6924
ELDER FAN COMPANY
28 N. W. 4th Street Miami. Florida
INTERNATIONAL REFRIGERATION CO.
Commercial Refrigeration
Equipment, Air Conditioning
Monthly & Yearly Service Contracts. Installation On All Makes
SALES AND SERVICE
24-Hour Service
2913 N.W. 60th St. Phone 78-7535
SUE PREEM MAID
WOMEN'S APPAREL
MISSES AND JUNIOR COATS AND SUITS
44 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami
end cash now
1 instead of flowers later.
In the war against cancer, there is
no time to lose! Not while cancer
stiff kills 3 of every 4 victims
The war against caacer is far
itnm won! Today cancer still
strikes fti one of every two Ameri-
can families, still ki\\one Ameri-
can of every tight. Only every
fourth victim survives this dread
disease.
That's why we say send cash
now instead of flowers later. For
on the cancer battlefront, money
is an Ml important weapon.
Progren it being mod*
Remember, everything that is
known about cancer and how to
cure it has been learned in two
generations. Certain types of can-
cer are being cured today. Dia-
betes, yellow fever, tuberculosis
and other deadly diseases of the
past have been brought under
controK Patterns of research in
other fields assure ultimate vic-
tory over cancer, if you will give
your dollars to keep up the search
for the cause and cure of cancer.
Research means working with the
unknown. Men must be kept at
this work, for how long no one
knows.
Learn to Recognize
Cancer's Danger Signals
Any sore thai doei not heal, par-
ticularly about the tongue, mouth
or lipt
A painless lump or thickening, es-
pecially in the breast, lip or tongua
Progressive change in the color or
size of a wart, mole or birthmark
Persistent indigestion
Persistent hoarseness, unexplained
cough, or difficulty in swallowing
Bloody discharge from the nipple
or irregular bleeding from any of
the natural body openings
O Any change in the normal bowel
habit
Cancer can strike anyone,
but you can &rike back
GIVE TO THE
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
i
i
i
NaWM.
American Cancer Society, Inc.
Here's my gift to help conquer Cancer
Addrts<_
Oly_
Zont_
.Sltlt.
Just write 'CANCER" on the envelope eon-
taining your contribution. It wil' delivered
10 the Americin Cancer Society > in your
State.
"THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS"
Sraeel & Jabaly
LINCOLN ROAD
i.'
a
RESTAURANT AND BOAT WORKS
Phone 78-3432
HAY SIDE
SllI I I METAL WORKS
MIAMI 37, FLA.
4
1095 N.W. 36th ST.
' 4
ROGER'S FORGE
HAND WROUGHT IRON, BRONZE, ETC.
1456 N. W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 2-1272
American Cancer Society and The
Dade County Cancer Institute
126 N. E. FIRST STREET, MIAMI. FLORIDA
BILT-RITE BLIND CO.
(Not Incorporated)
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BLINDS
CORNICES
HEFINISHING REPAINTING
Our New Home
21 Almeria Ave.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-6921
SUPPORT A WORTHY CAUSE
CHESTER E. SALB
A COMPLETE LINE OF CLAY, CERAMIC AND
DECORATIVE TILES
UNITED ART TILE CO.
Incorporated
CONTRACTORS
4701 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 78-3261
PROUD AND COMPANY
KELVTNATOR ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS
and
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

450 N. E. 79th Street
Phone 7-0109


PAGE SIXTEEN
+JelsHhridkHi
Beach Hadassah To IZ^lr^U
Elect Officers
Election of officers will take
place at the May 9th meeting of
the Miami Beach Group of Ha-
dassah, which will be held at 1:30
p.m. at the Beth Sholom patio.
Only members who are not in
arrears will be eligible to vote.
The nominating committee,
whose slate was presented at the
April 11th meeting, consists of
Mrs. Carl Susskind, chairman;
and the Mesdames Beulah Davis,
Abraham Good, S. A. Goldstein,
Nathan Kaplan, Barney Weinkle,
Anna Wolf and Jack Udell.
The slate includes president,
Mrs. Alexander Kogan; vice
presidents, Mesdames Leonard
Ban-, Fred Jonas, Irwin Makov-
sky, Joseph Shawmut; recording
secretary, Mrs. Carl Susskind;
corresponding secretaries, Mrs.
Herman Popkin and Mrs. Philip
Neuwirth; financial secretary,
Mn. Harry Platoff; treasurer,
Mrs. S. A. Goodman; social sec-
retary, Mrs. Elsie Shackman.
For board members the com-
mittee has named the Mesdames
Barnet Beckerman, Walter Cohen,
Beulah Davis, Raymond Elkin,
Leon Ell, Jack Chutkow, Wm.
Farr, Wm. Weuer, Edward Fried-
man, Emma Friend, S. A. Feld-
man, Adolph Ginsberg, Ben Zion
Ginsburg, Benjamin Goldstein, S.
A. Goldstein, Bernard Goldberg,
Ida Goldberg, J. J. Goodman,
Louis Glasser, Jos. Halfoh, Louis
Heiman, Dorothy Isberg, Freda
Kalstein, Sam Kelemer, Leon
Kronish, Oscar Lelchuck Joseph
Lipton, Samuel Lipton, M. J.
Maurer, Max Meisel, Freida
Newman, Al. Osheroff, M. S.
Purcell, N. Douglas Raff, Leo
Robinson. Charles Rosengarten,
Ned Sail, Jandon Schwarz, Ar-
thur Simon, Elsie Shwabe, Har-
old Spaet, Alexander Van Straat-
en, Jack Udell, Samuel Smith,
Jos. Wolf, Oscar Sindell. Chapter
board: Mesdames Leo Chaiken, i
George Cohen, Max Dobrin, Ab-
raham oGodman, Murray Gross-
man, Alexander Kogan, Alfred
Mamlet, Joseph Mazo, Harry
Platoff, Matilda Ratner, Harry
Rubin, Joseph Shawmut, Sam
Simonhoff, Milton Sirkin, Carl
Weinkle, Barney Weinkle, Anna
Wolf and Ben Zion Ginsburg.
Mrs. Ben Z. Ginsburg, program
chaiman, will present the enter-
tainment for the afternoon, which
will mark the first anniversary
of the Jewish State.
Highlighting the afternoon's
program will be a "Palestine Sup-
plies Linen Shower," Mrs. Freda
Newman, chairman. She urges
that all members bring new
A program arranged by Leo
Steinman was presented at the
Jewish Home for the Aged Sun-
day afternoon. Participating were
Joseph Pardo, who sang Pales-
tinian songs; Basha Pepper, who
danced and played a salute to Is-
rael on her violin; and Laurel
Rubin, accompanist.
Plans are being formulated for
a Mother's Day program in which
Cantor Berele Kelemer will ap-
pear.
According to Steinman, the
home is in urgent need of Jewish
and Hebrew records. Anyone
wishing to contribute these is
asked to call Steinman at 8614148.
INSECTICIDES
FUMIGATING
EXTERMINATING
EARL WHITFORD
APEX
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
3582 N. W. 22nd Av.
Phone 3-7500
FOR SALENew C. B. S__Two
bedroom 58,600 total price. Tile
bath, kitchen; aluminum sash,
jalousied doori. front porch, re-
frigeration and stove. Near pro
poted synagogue. S6600 needed
for quick sale. 3236 S. W. 25th
Terrace.
FOR RENT
Light and Airy Studio Efficiency
Suitable for Two.
TEL. 5-1312
FOR RENT
to November 1st. Newly decorat-
ed furnished three bedroom house
spacious ground near beach, 1034
Penn. Ave. Tel. 5-1312
BUSINESS MANAGE 38
Interested in Matrimony
Well-to-do Widow or Divorcee
Between 35 and 40
With child preferred
WRITE W. L.
Box 2973, Miami 18
kfi .i.:nuruiinrrmiiiiwnmDiininnii!nn!iginiiim'ii;iiiii)i:nTininiiiiintmuuu I'liiimie
ATTRACTIVE HOME
ATMOSPHERE
Private RoomGood Board
$35.00 per week
Gentleman Preferred
Ph. 87-4057 After 10 A.M.
MwiMWH9iiiuniun)iNiijiu' Habonim Members To
Appear On Program
Members of Habonim will ap-
pear on the Jewish Hour tomor-
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PAGE POUH pJenMfitrkfiat) FRIDAY. APRIL EDITORIAL Chief Rabbi Herzog One of the most prominent figures of the State of Isael will visit here next week. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be host to Chief Rabbi Herzog at its annual meeting of the board of governors on Thursday evening. This community will be the first to hear a message from this distinguished guest following his arrival in New York from abroad. Miamians now have an opportunity to hear a first hand report of activities in the Jewish Commonwealth from a personality that feels and knows the pulse of Israel. Zion Flower Day Sponsored by the Jewish National Fund, in cooperation with the JNF Council of Greater Miami, the significant observance on Wednesday of Zion Flower Day will elicit an enthusiastic public response to the slogan: "More Jewish Land For More Jewish Settlers." The proceeds of the "Zion Flower" sale are dedicated to the vast ten-year land purchase and reclamation program of the Jewish National Fund to extend and strengthen the agricultural foundation of Eretz Israel. Land and more land has been the cry of the Jewish National Fund whose requisitions of dunams of land presented an opportunity for the pioneers to pave the way for present day Israel. Flower Day collections here and throughout the country have added their impetus to this drive for funds for land purchase. TEAR THEM OUTI Dr. Stephen S. Wise The\inging voice is silenced. The thunder roll* no more. The figure has disappeared in th horizon. The dust of the path he trod lies quie't and soft and serene. The wayfarer has reached the end of the road. Only a few weeks ago he celebrated his seventy-fifth birthday—and the world rejoiced Now he is gathered unto his fathers—and the world stands bent in sadness. The man, his deeds and value have already been sufficiently appraised. The fighter of Zion the champion of human rights and the crusader for decency has already been assigned his niche Now death has sealed his book. One month before Rabbi Wise died, at his 75th birthday dinner in the Hotel Biltmore in New York, Dr. Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, said of Dr Wise: "To say that his career has been uuique in breadth of interest, depth of devotion and length of influence is only to touch upon the impressive record of his service. To recognize how much poorer American Jewish life would be today without his statesmanship, dignity, integrity and brilliance which he has brought to every task, is only the beginning of a true estimate of his worth. Throughout America and Israel and many other lands the name of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise is known, respected and revered. His stature as American and Jew and as humanitarian is heroic. May we continue to derive from him and his example the strength of mind and heart to devote ourselves to the causes he championed." Stone Re-elected President Of Beach Zionist District Alfred Stone was re-elected president of the Miami Beach Zionist District at the annual meeting held Monday at Temple Beth Sholom. Stone, Miami Beach hotel owner and civic leader served five years as co-chairman of the Miami Round Table of the National' Piatoff, Samuel Prosterman, Dr. Conference of Christians and j ose ph B. Pomerance, Rabbi A. P. Gannes, Martin Genet, Paul Giller, Leonard Glasser, Dr. M. J. Click, Nathan Glosser, Isadore Goldberg, Abraham Goodman, Dr. Morris Goodman, Murray Goodman, Frank Gordon, Rabbi Leon Kionish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Ehiel Lesowoder, Oscar Lelchuk, Dr. Leo M. Levin, Dr. M. A. Lipkind, Dr. Louis G. Lytton, Harry I. Magid, Oscar Mamber. Abraham Mason, Joseph Mazo. Max Meisel, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Harry Jews. He is a vice president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, vice chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council, a member of B'nai B'rith and a member of the board of governors and budget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Following the annual report of activities during the past year, which included support of Israeli projects, public relations and youth work, Rabbi Leon Kionish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, presented a narration to the descriptive slides he recently made on his inspection tour of Israel. The slides were projected by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Becker. Philip Salmon gave a short history of the District since its inception. Other officers elected were: vice presidents, Dr. David S. Andron, S. A. Goodman, I. R. Goodman, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Seymour Rubin; financial secretary, Bertram Miller; treasurer, Louis Miller; recording secretary, Philip Salmon; chairman, board of directors, Shepard Broad. Directors include: Eli Andron, Benjamin Appel, Saul Ashkenazy, Leonard Barr, Charles Bender, E. A. Burg, Jack D. Burris, Jules Channing, George M. Cohen, Dr. E. J. Edelman, Leon Ell, Bernard S. Feiner, Raymond Feiner, Jake Felt, Jack Fishman, Jewish fkricfijun Published every Friday since 1*7/ ny The Jewish Floridlan at 120 N c Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. Entered as second-class matter July < 1930, at the Post Office of Miami Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1179 The Jewish Florldian has abeorbec •he Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide NIWI Service, National Editorial Aasoclatton, American Aaeociatlon of English-Jewish Newspaoers. Florida Press Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES) Ore Year 1 3.00 Two Year* 1 6.00 FRED K. SHCX3HET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 17 FRIDAY. APRIL 29, 1949 NISAN 29, 5709 David Raab, Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Melvin Richardson, Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, Harold Shapiro, Matthew Silverstein, Ed Singer, George Talianoff, Gus Trau, Alex Van Straaton, Ernest Woolfe. Delegates elected to attend the 52nd annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America in New York City during the Decoration Day weekend are: Dr. David S. Andron, Shepard Broad, I. R. Goodman Ben Zion Ginsburg, Alfred Stone and Alex Van Straaton, S. A. Goodman, first alternate and Isadore Goldberg, second alternate. Abraham Goodman has been selected as a regional delegate. ZOA Pins of Merit were awarded to Saul Ashkenazy, Wm. Agranove, Dr. David S. Andron, Shepard Broad, Mike Cooper, Paul Eisman, Martin Genet, Isadore Goldberg, SA. Goodman, Frank Gordon, Oscar Lelchuk, Joseph Mazo, Max Meisel, Louis Miller, Harry Piatoff, Sam Prosterman, Dr. E. J. Edelman, Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, Samuel T. Sapiro, Nathan Slutzker. For "outstanding achevement in the recent membership drive," copies of "This Is Israel" by I. F. Stone were presented to Benjamin Appel, George M. Cohen, Alex Van Straaten. E. A. Burg, Abraham Mason, Jacob Fishman, Robert Levin, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Dr. Louis G. Lytton, Seymour Rubin, Matthew Silverstein, and Dr. Leo M. Levin. Charles Bender was awarded a copy of the book in recognition of his services to the Miami Beach Zionist District. Bertram Miller and Ed Singer were awarded Golden Book Certificates for "their devoted service to the district." Hadassah To Hold Reward Luncheon The Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah annual reward luncheon will be held Tuesday, May 10, at 12:30 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Joseph L. Shawmut, chairman. Proceeds from the affair are earmarked for Hadassah's program of health and medical needs including emergency hospitals in Jerusalem, rehabilitation center for the war wounded and handicapped, two new tuberculosis hospitals. Assisting Mrs. Shawmut with the affair are the Mesdames Louis A. Gidney, Leo Chaiken, Barney Weinkle, Irving Genet, Louis E. Goldman, Joseph Postol and Starr. For reservations call Mrs. Shawmut at 5-3690 or any of the members of he rcommittee. U. Of M. Law School Observes Jewish Holiday In deference to Jewish students enrolled in the University of Miami Law Schoon, Dean Russell A. Rasco directed that classes be suspended for the first day of the Passover holidays. The law school was only school at the university to do so. The University of Miami Law School wil move into the EmbryRiddle Building in downtown Coral Gables, according to Dean Russell A. Rasco. The remodeled quarters will provide four classrooms with a seating capacity of 100 students each, faculty offices, mimeograph and record room and a library containing approximately 35,000 law textbooks. Mizrachi Men To Install Officers Greater Miami Mizrachi, Men's Chapter, will hold installation of officers and a general meeting tomorrow evening at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Slated to be installed at the gathering are: Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Southeastern director of Yeshiva University, president; Israel Diamond, first vice president; Samuel Reinhard, second vice president; Rabbi Murray Grauer, third vice president; Hyman Zaidman, treasurer; Sam Schachno, financial secretary and Max Bertman, recording and corresponding secretary. Chairman of membership drive and a complete list of directors will be appointed at the meeting. Participating in the program will be Rabbis Moses Mescheloff, Joseph E. Rackovsky, Murray Grauer and Simon April, as well as Cantors Berele Kelemer, Maurice Mamches and Milton Freedman. Refreshments will be served and admission is free to the public. At the meeting plans will be formulated to hold a city-wide memorial evening, with the participation of Greater Miami Jewry, for the late Rabbi Meyer Berlin, president of world Mizrachi, who recently passed away in Israel. Delegates will be appointed to the 29th National convention of the Mizrachi Organization of America, which will take place June 22-27, in Hotel St Charles, Atlantic City, N. J. Perlmutter Lorber Chapter To Hold Dance The Lorber Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will sponsor a dance Sunday evening at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. Working on arrangements for die affair are Mrs. Sol Alexander, chairman, Mrs. Alfred Stokol and Mrs. David Loveman. Entertainment will be provided and prizes awarded. Proceeds from the affair are earmarked for the home. Kadimah Meeting Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women will hold a special meeting Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at Beth David auditorium to discuss division of the club into two units. A short board meeting will follow the regular meeting. Youth League To Meet The Temple Isaiah Young People's League will hold a meeting Sunday night at 8:30 at the Temple, 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. A social including a program, refreshments and dancing will follow the meeting. Rabbi Moses Lehrman To Be Guest Preacher Tonite Rabbi Moses Lehrman of Congregation B'nai Moshe, Detroit, Mich., will be guest preacher tonight at the Friday evening services at Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. The Detroit visitor is the brother of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the center. Sorority Gives Pins Rho Chapter of Iota Alpha Pi sorority held a pledge installation and dinner at the Drum Restaurant, Coral Way, last Friday. Receiving pledge pins were Laura Freud. Muriel Perin, Arlene Rothenberg, Lola Tenenbaum and 'Peter" Schwartz. Final Session Of Spinoza Forum Set For Tomorrow Final session of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum for this season will be held at 124 11th St., Miami Beach, at 3:30 tomorrow afternoon, according to an announcement by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, chairman. The sessions will end as they began with a lecture by Dr. Wolfson on "The Life and Philosophy of Spinoza." At last Saturday's meeting Rabbi Irving Lehrman paid tribute to the late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. Meeting of the friendship group will be held on Tuesday evenings throughout the summer to listen to America's Town Hall of the Air. After the broadcasts a discussion will be held. Larry Perlmutter Will Compete In Nat'l Oratory Contests In Colorado Larry Perlmutter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jay Perlmutter, 961 W. 48th St., Miami Beach, is attending the National Forensic League's finals at Longmont, Colo, this weekend. The 17-yearold Miami Beach High School student, who is the state champion extemporaneo u s speaker, will compete against winners of 47 other states. Perlmutt e r' s trip, cost of which is being partially defrayed by the City of Miami Beach, will climax a series of oratorical honors he has won during the current school year. President of the junior class at Miami Beach High, Perlmutter won speech contests sponsored by the American Legion and the Miami Exchange Club, was given the outstanding speakers' award in the B'nai B'rith debating contest and went on to victory in the state speaking competitions at Jacksonville. The young man is a member o: the Miami Beach High debate team which took state honors at Gainesville and recently placed in first divsion of the southern district competition at Waco, Tex. DOV Chapter To Hold Mother's Day Program DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organization will s P nS0 r tf a Mothers' Day program !" e s aa £ May 10 at 8 p.m. in the Beth w •Center, 500 S.W. 17th Ave Mrs. Harry Steinbach, president, nas announced. Entertainment, freshments and games party wm be on the agenda. Admission is contribution one dollar, according to %  Samuel Wilchyk, chairman, %  has named Mrs. Frieda Berkoitj Sobel and Mrs. Hyman Kan as her co-chairmen. Auxiliary To Hold Card, Mah Jong Party Wed. A card and mah jong P%2g be given by the Miami Be Auxiliary to the Jewish for the Aged Wednesday at I P£ at Dave Singer's Restaurant,^ St. and the Ocean, Mrs. jamin Appel, president, nounces. .... w iii go Proceeds from the tfftjSjS to the Sidney Appel Mnc Fund, from which aU *£ care for the residents of the no. is provided. „„ r ,hased at Tickets may be purchase" the door. % 



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Other officers chosen were: Isidore Goldberg, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Paul Grossinger, Max Kamiel, Harry Levitt and Jack Satin, vice presidents; Samuel Grundwerg, treasurer; David Levinson, co-treasurer; Raymond Rubin, comptroller; Nat Pollack, auditor; Aaron S. Lauer, general secretary; Samuel Reinhard, financial secretary; Matthew Silverstein, recording secretary; Dr. Irwin Makovsky, medical advisor; Dr. Louis Lytton, medical consultant. Members of the board of directors are: Jeanette Altschul, Jacob Andron, Benjamin Appel, Jack Ablin, Herman Basch. A. M. Bear, Charles Bender, Hyman Berman, Shepard Broad, Jack Burris, Charles Charcowsky, Harry Cohen, Harry H. Cohen, Nathan Darsky, Arthur Gaines, Sydney Gans, Harry Genet, Martin Genet, Ben Giller, Moses Ginsberg, Nathan Ginsburg, David Glosser, Joseph Gonshor, Abraham Goodman, I. R. Goodman, John Gottlieb, Abraham Halperin, Leo Hanft, David Isen, Hyman Jablon, Samuel Kaplan, Al Ke vclson, Harry Koretsky, Uables Units To Install Officers Coral Gables Lodge and Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith will hold their annual joint installation of officers at a banquet at Fox's Restaurant Sunday, May 15, it has been announced by Dr. Leonard Glickstein, installation committee chairman. Mrs. William Hechler and Jerome R. Adelman will be installed as presidents of the Coral Gables units. Mayor Keith Phillips of Coval Gables will be the guest of honor as he was two years ago when the lodge installed its first group of charter officers. President Adelman has announced plans for a one-month membership drive in the Coral Gables and West Miami commurv ities. Leonard Spiegel, a past president has been appointed chairman of the drive. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, vice president ot the Women's Chapter, will bead the member drive for her unit. Mrs. Wellins recently received first prize from the B'nai Bnth Council for outstanding membership activities in the 1948 drive. Residents of Coral Gables interested in B'nai B'rith may contact Spiegel at 9-4640. Nat*l Council To Install Leaders The National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section, will have its installation luncheon Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Sherry-Frontenac Hotel, booo Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Aaron Fair, who succeeds Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, wi 1 be installed as the new president and Mrs. Max Dreyer, Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin and Mrs. Julius A. Oshlag have been elected, first, second and third vice presidents 'XsS'rnan Zwitman will give th ?r^nwStein. well known concert pianist, will play several SeI M,s 0 M ax Dreyer is chairman of the luncheon. Reservations may be made by phoning any of the following members whoareon her committee. Mrs Aaron Kan ner 2-5807; Mrs. I. E. Hams, 6-4503 or Mrs. Bob Schwartz, 86-2068. Morris Kulberg, Joseph Lipton, Solomon Lobel, Kolman Luria, Sam Magid, Harry Markowitz, A. Mason, H. D. Mendelsohn, Louis Miller, I. L. Mintzer, Al Osheroff, Matilda Ratner, Mitchell Reiner, Samuel Ritter, Leo Robinson, George Sachs, S. E. Schwartz, Benjamin Sherry, Harry Sirkin, Jonas Sirotowitz, Alfred Stone, Michael Tose, Gus Trau. Sol Volk, H. Wasserman, David Whitman. In presenting a comprehensive program for activities in the new year, Dr. Andron heralded the increased support of the community, and more particularly "the enthusiastic recognition given to the work and the achievement of the Hebrew Academy during the two years of its existence. There are still some individuals among our leaders in the community who have not yet had occasion to visit the academy and personally observe its unique program of education. There are residents who perhaps have not yet realized the educational quality and value of a richly integrated and intelligently planned synthesis of progressive secular academic training as well as a modern and intensive Hebrew education. On the other hand, so many of the outstanding citizens of our community have viewed the work of this school, have responded to its unusually constructive cultural program, and have already enrolled and continue to enroll their children as students of the academy. The only regret in the case of some parents has been that they did not take full advantage of the availability of this school when it was founded two years ago." The Hebrew Academy members among its facilities large classrooms, 400 seat auditorium, outdoor playground, library, clinic, dining room and kitchen—all newly and fully equipped. The Hebrew Academy is located at 918 Sixth St. Jerome R. Adelman Share* Chapter to Hold Tea Sunday The Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will hold a tea Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Harriet Fiedler, 2368 SW. 4th St. Invitations and decorations will carry out a nautical theme, Trudi Lach, chairman, announced. Assisting Miss Lach with the arrangements are: Shirley Notovitz and Bernice Gomohnski, hospitality; Phyllis Honig and Ruth Platt, refreshments; Marilyn Younger and Connie Goradesky, invitations; Miss Honig, publicity. Honored guests will be Alyce Weiss, Janet Sklow, Marilyn Cohen, Harriet Slomowitz, Elaine Selesnick, Bena Shectman, Marilyn Stein, Harriet Kripple. Eleanor Barrett, Lois Nevins, Helene Weisbard. Arlene Cohen, Pat Curtice, Lillian Steen, Ruth Bett and Mrs. Gladys Goldsmith. Fraternal Order Dance The Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order, Lodge 357, will sponsor a spring dance at the Coral Room of the Ritz Plaza Hotel. 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, tomorrow evening. A floor show will be presented. 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LmAY-A Pgn. 29, 1949 *Jeni$ti fhrldUar PAGE ELEVEN Deadline For Scholarship Applications To Brancleis Institutes Is Tomorrow r-wish Youths in Greater MiI i have two more days to apply fcXlarsh.ps to the Brandeis Institute according to an Snl^nrfromLibbyHochIS^executi've'-secraary of the ? i 7innist Youth Commission. %  "gjSTte applications is to|m An 0 v V voung man or woman bci l 9 5hc ages of 18 to 25 who .Sses leadership qualities is BSeto attend one of the.ttoee 1 V; located in Winterdale. gST HendSJonville, N. C. and 2nta Susana, Calif. The dates lor the sessions are .AllowsB.C.I, of the east: twotfsStitute: July 5-July 18; Keeks institute: July 18-July 81; four-weeks institute, August .September 5. RCI <>f the west: four-weeks irstitute: July 5-July 31; four' ks institute: August 8-Sepciples of group work. Two hours daily are devoted to group sirging and folk dancing. temoer 4;" seven-weeks art instiuteJuly 18-September 5. BCI of the south: four-weeks institute: July 5-July 31; fourweeks institute. August 2-August 30 The curriculum at the camps, which includes study, work and recreation, provides courses in jewislife and problems on the American scene; problems facing world Jewry; history, theory and practice of Zionism; achievements and problems of Israel; and prinFlagli>r-<;ranafla *J RECOMMENDED for invalids', babies and special diet cases BESTBUTTER SWEET, SAITWWHIPPED SUNRtfPARX HEALTH RESORT t HOTELSANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE AND CHBONIC CASES lie (.w JO %  COURT &a—MIAMI FLORIDA Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 TEL. 82-4202 We Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE WHITE FISH BUFFALO AND CARP Also All Sothern Fish WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. 5th STREET LISTEN TO THE •Jewish Musical Hour WBAY—1490 on Your Dial Every Friday from 11 A.M. to 12 Noon Every Sunday from 10 A.M. to 11 A.M. A PROGRAM OF POPULAR. CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director •


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mAY. APRIL 29. 1949 +Jenisti Fhrldton PAGE FIFTEEN AMERICAN AWNING COgen C. LaPointe. Owner PHONE 9-7801 "Anything that's made of Canvas" 571 N. W. S. River Dr. ROYAL BAKING COMPANY DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH. Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St Ph. 5-6441 NEW PIONEER HOTEL "In the Heart of Downtown Miami" 151 N.E. 1st St. Miami Livosay Window Co., Inc. PRECAST CONCRETE WINDOW FRAMES 3044 S. W. 28th Lane PHONE 4-2503 "THE MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH" PLASTERING BY D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO. 450 N. W. 71st STREET. MIAMI PHONE 89-6924 ELDER FAN COMPANY 28 N. W. 4th Street Miami. Florida INTERNATIONAL REFRIGERATION CO. Commercial Refrigeration Equipment, Air Conditioning Monthly & Yearly Service Contracts. Installation On All Makes SALES AND SERVICE 24-Hour Service 2913 N.W. 60th St. Phone 78-7535 SUE PREEM MAID WOMEN'S APPAREL MISSES AND JUNIOR COATS AND SUITS 44 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami end cash now 1 instead of flowers later. • • In the war against cancer, there is no time to lose! Not while cancer stiff kills 3 of every 4 victims • The war against caacer is far itnm won! Today cancer still strikes fti one of every two American families, still ki\\one American of every tight. Only every fourth victim survives this dread disease. That's why we say send cash now instead of flowers later. For on the cancer battlefront, money is an Ml important weapon. Progren it being mod* Remember, everything that is known about cancer and how to cure it has been learned in two generations. Certain types of cancer are being cured today. Diabetes, yellow fever, tuberculosis and other deadly diseases of the past have been brought under controK Patterns of research in other fields assure ultimate victory over cancer, if you will give your dollars to keep up the search for the cause and cure of cancer. Research means working with the unknown. Men must be kept at this work, for how long no one knows. Learn to Recognize Cancer's Danger Signals • Any sore thai doei not heal, particularly about the tongue, mouth or lipt • A painless lump or thickening, especially in the breast, lip or tongua • Progressive change in the color or size of a wart, mole or birthmark • Persistent indigestion • Persistent hoarseness, unexplained cough, or difficulty in swallowing • Bloody discharge from the nipple or irregular bleeding from any of the natural body openings O Any change in the normal bowel habit Cancer can strike anyone, but you can &rike back GIVE TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY i i i NaWM. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, INC. Here's my gift to help conquer Cancer Addrts<_ Oly_ Zont_ .Sltlt. Just write %  'CANCER" on the envelope eontaining your contribution. It wil' delivered 10 the Americin Cancer Society > in your State. "THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS" Sraeel & Jabaly LINCOLN ROAD i.' a RESTAURANT AND BOAT WORKS Phone 78-3432 HAY SIDE SllI I I METAL WORKS MIAMI 37, FLA. 4 1095 N.W. 36th ST. 4 ROGER'S FORGE HAND WROUGHT IRON, BRONZE, ETC. 1456 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-1272 American Cancer Society and The Dade County Cancer Institute 126 N. E. FIRST STREET, MIAMI. FLORIDA BILT-RITE BLIND CO. (Not Incorporated) Manufacturers VENETIAN BLINDS CORNICES HEFINISHING REPAINTING Our New Home 21 Almeria Ave. CORAL GABLES Phone 4-6921 SUPPORT A WORTHY CAUSE CHESTER E. SALB A COMPLETE LINE OF CLAY, CERAMIC AND DECORATIVE TILES UNITED ART TILE CO. Incorporated CONTRACTORS 4701 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 78-3261 PROUD AND COMPANY KELVTNATOR ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS and ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 450 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-0109



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pnrnAY. A PRIL 29, M +Jewish fhridian PAGE THIRTEEN B'nai B'rith State Convention To Be Held In Havana From May 5th To 9th B'nai B'rith Lodges and Worn„• Chapters from the entire tale of Florida are making final nans to attend the 13th annual Mention of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges in Havana, Cuba, May 5 to 9. This is the first time m the History of B'nai B'rith in this state That a convention has been held lutside the continental limits of he United States and a record Carls Market s Institute Group Insurance Plan Mindful of the fact that the welfare of its employees and their families play an important part in the service rendered to the public, Carls Markets, Inc., has extended to its employees \al*I Home For Jewish Children At Denver To Install Officers Tuesday in e Hanrp" s expected. and tneir families, more than 1200 "nervations may still be made persons, a cooperative group inKilton A. Friedman, 1023 suranee which went into effect S?Jd Building, President of I last week £SS.FeLw P ffKtoS^^t Carl Weinkle, in a £ convention trip. Total cost of fhe round trip on the %  SS Florida D lus two days at the famous Kacional Hotel, sightseeing tours, luncheons, dinner dance and convention assessment is $85 per person Those interested in plane travel may leave Miami, May 6, 9 45 a.m. and the charge will be $69 per person. Mr. Friedman may be contacted at 3-6264 or call Farr Tours 5-5327. letter to employees, states, "Since security is one of the greatest needs of modern living, our company is indeed happy to announce that it has completed arrangements for a complete program which will insure a large measure of security to Carls employees and their families." This program, underwitten by the Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut, includes life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment, weekly income in case of sickness or accident, hospital reimbursement, medical and surgical benefits and other special benefits. Herman A. Binder, local life insurance representative, life memCohn Qualifies For Council Race Al. S. Cohn recently qualified as the eighth candidate to file petitions with the city clerk for a place on the ballot in the June. ber of the Million Dollar Round 7 election for Miami Beach coun-1 Table, National Association Life cilman. Insurance Underwriters, negotiCohn, who is an advertising exated the contract. ecutive, has been a Democratic committeeman on the Beach and a local resident for 25 years. He is a member of the Elks Club, Variety Club, Showman's Association, and various other organizations. A native of Kingston, N. Y., he is married and has one married daughter. Judaea Unit Plans Picnic Plans for a picnic to be held May 22 at Crandon Park were discussed at a meeting of the Chaim Weizmann Junior Young Judaea Tuesday night at the Miami Y. Boys between the ages of ten and fifteen interested in joining the organization are asked to called 3-5854. Installation for new officers and board members of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will be held Tuesday at 12 noon, in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel, 3201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The newly elected officers of the junior group, known as the Lorber Chapter, will be installed at the same time. The installation will be conducted by Mrs. Irving Lehrman. To be seated as president is Mrs. Irving H. Miller. Others who will be installed are: Mrs. Albert Dubler, first vice president; Mrs. George B. Feller, second vice president; Mrs. Elsie Leschel, third vice president; Mrs. Mel Crane, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Gisela Newlander, recording secretary; Mrs. Lewis Kane, financial secretary; Mrs. Sam Luby, treasurer; Mrs. Herman Wronker, auditor. Board members include the Mesdames Jerry Alexander, Sam Alexander, Ben Bloom, Charles Burns, Dave Cohen, Frank Cole, Herb Elisberg, John Feller, I. H. Goldman, Rosella Kummins, Sara Levine, Max Michelson, Sadye Nathan, Herman Pearl, Edward Peyser, Abe Pollack, Julius Saperstein, Martin Strelitz, Alec Suberman, Isador Tannen, Sam Tunick, Morris Union, Harry Zeilinger. In charge of reservations are, Mrs. Albert Dubler, phone 2-2442; Mrs. Gisela Newlander, 82-5149, and Mrs. Abe Pollack, 58-1293. Ann E. Bcarman Betrothal Announced A late spring wedding is being planned by Ann Eileen Bearman, whose engagement to Seymour Kant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kant, Coral Gables, has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Eleanor Bearman, 536 14th St, Miami Beach. The bride-elect was graduated from Highland Manor School, Tarrytown, N. Y., and Mannheimer's School. She is now attending the University of Florida, where she is majoring in accounting. Mr. Kant is also a student at the University of Florida studying pharmacy. Both will resume their studies following the wedding. >] 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S Living Room Furniture > i Pictured presenting group insurance polices to his employees is Carl Weinkle, president of Carls Markets. Inc. Shown from left to right are: Weinkle, Marie Bolstering, Gloria Hogan, A. J. Scbmackers and Phil Bouregouis. GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances UlalfieU FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way Biscayne Slates Feature Events With another month to go before the greyhound racing season lends in Miami, the Biscayne dog j track has arranged a series of feature attractions that should hold the fan's interest right up to closing date May 31. The Derby to be run the final night will be the highlight on the Biscavne calendar but several other events, such as the William Fineran Memorial, the big race for the juvenile brigade, and other attractions will be run at frequent intervals. The All-Florida Championship which had its running April 23 gave ample evidence that such affairs are in demand from the sports-loving public. With the gruelling eliminations and semifinals, six tests in all, ere the field could be determined fans had plenty of opportunity of getting a good line on the competiThus far the Biscayne track has held its own in the matter of attendance and mutuel play. With all the other dog tracks closed when Biscayne opened and no horse track offering competition the northside oval figures to wind up very close to the right side of the ledger In point of play. As tor attendance, that's 'way over last year's mark now. DON'T MISS THE SPECIAL MARATHON EVENT SATURDAY NIGHT 10th RACE NITELY (EXCEPT SUNSAtSj POST TIME 7:45 P.M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 2nd QUINIELAS EVERY RACE NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM No Minors AdmiMtd EXPRESS %  SERVICE DIRECT TO TAACK MIAMI Miami Transit buse toava on N. t. 2nd St.. betwean 1st and 2nd Avar, avary 15 m*. atartinaat :3 t. M. Coast City Coacoas kava Ha>#naMadrtd Tarm.nal, S. E. 2nd St. St lid Ava. ovary faw min. starting at 6:30. MIAMI BCACH: Stanley Tows uaas laava tram 14th *Mlto. awry 15 .to.from 645 un... 115 • d!*tl&lgTg*lfl£ Uft at Ml 71. Ms. Sportsman Santos: tmm toava 7* *Oa*to HI •asot'MKMMI Ca4i!n*fc5S TM 7:4$: toava Sftfe ft Collins 7:05 7:30 MSi.nl BISCAYNE^ FUTURITY i TRACK ,' IN FLA / Strrnt Between N E. 2nd and N. W 7th AVPS r Jinkins Helpy Solfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washer*. Use That Soft City Water for a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP. BLEACH and STARCH 2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7012 NOTICE Effective Immediately ALL KOSHER MEAT MARKETS OF DADE COUNTY WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD "BUY KOSHER MEATS"



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PAGE EIGHT Personally Speaking ... Mrs. Victor Neustadt, New York City, has been spending the winter with her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Julius A. Oshlag, 2531 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Neustadt recently helped to celebrate the birthday oi her grandchildren, Dorothy and Frances. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein are vacationing in Hot Springs, Arkansas. From there they will proceed to Washington, D. C., where they will visit friends. •* Milton Hutner, New York attorney, spent the Passover holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hutner, 1345 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach. He is combining his vacation with legal conferences with his brother, Bernard, who is also an attorney. + Miss Inge Judy Fox, Brooklyn, N. Y., recently returned to her home after spending two months with her cousins, Mrs. Ruth Rothberg, 850 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wiseman, 2240 S.W. 25th Terr. Miss Ethel Pont and Mrs. Rose Kaler were hostesses at a bridal shower for Miss Toby Stepkind on Thursday evening, April 21, at 2611 S.W. 5th Ave. Fifty guests were present. Miss Stepkind's wedding will take place in June. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Peretzman were hosts at an open house from 2 to 7 p.m. Sunday at their new home, 2200 S.W. 23rd Terr. The affair marked their return from a four-week honeymoon. Dr. and Mrs. Murray Miller, 200 N.W. 41st Ave., announce the birth of a daughter, Michael Ann, on April 26. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Levine of New York. + Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kandel, 2222 S.W. 9th St., recently returned from a five-week trip to Washington, D. C, where they attended the wedding of one nephew and the Bar Mitzvah of another. + Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Goldhagen announce the birth of a Bon, Ronald Mark, on Friday, April 22, in Atlanta, where Mr. Goldhagen is a student at Emeory University Dental College. The mother is the former Fay Schindler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schindler, 614 N.W. 31st St. Mrs. Schindler was in Atlanta at the time of the birth. Mr. Schindler, accompanied by his son-in-law's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Goldhagen of Miami Beach, left this week for Atlanta to attend the bris. %  Mrs. Louis Zeientz of Miami have returned after a week's vacation at Safety Harbor Spa, Safety Harbor, Fla. + Mrs. Frank Thompson, of The Jewish Floridian staff, was called to New York on the sudden death of her father, Mr. Lesser. While in New York Mrs. Thompson will stay with her mother at 1620 Ave. I, Brooklyn, N. Y. She will remain there till May 7. Milton A. Friedman, president of the Florida Federation oi B'nai B'rith Lodges, was master of ceremonies at the installation of officers at the Ft. Lauderdale B'nai B'rith Lodge last night. Isaac Levin, past district president, and Mrs. Beverly Becker, first vice president of the district women's chapters, also participated in the ceremonies. +j€nisUnkrXftor_ Marvin H. Glllman To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman, 427 N.E. 26th St.. announce that their son, Marvin Howard, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock at Ten.pie Israel. The Gillmans will be hosts at a reception in honor of the confirmand Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 at their home. Tema B. Rubenstein Tema Betty Rubenstein To Join Summer Brides A summer wedding is being planned by Tema Betty Rubenstein and her fiance, Samuel Burk. The couple's engagement was announced recently by the bride-to-be's mother, Mrs. Max N. Rubenstein, 820 40th St., Miami Beach. Miss Rubenstein, the daughter of the late Mr. Rubenstein, is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. She is on the staff of the Florida Sun. Her finance, the son of Mrs. Juliet Hartman Burk, Nashville, and Dr. M. E. Burk, Wilmington, N. C-. was graduated from Peabodv Demonstration School in Nashville and from Vanderbilt University where he was affiliated with Omicron Delta, honorary fraternity, and Zeta Beta Ta'u. During the war, Mr. Burk served as a captain in the Army engineers. At present he is engaged in the construction business in Miami. Groups To Mark May 1st Holiday The Workmen's Circle Branches 692 and 699, their Women's Clubs, School Organization, and the Young English speaking Branch 1050, in conjunction with the Verband, will celebrate their traditional May 1st holiday tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. and on Sunday night 8 o'clock at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. At both affairs there will be appropriate speeches and community singing. Refreshments will be served. Hut-nine's Photo R,fiet Afartnn H. Gillman The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ANNOUNCES THAT: 1. Any information about Kashruth may be obtained from out Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Arenue, Miami Beach, phone 5-3595. 2. Unless you see the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth displayed in the store, the store is not endorsed by the Vaad. 3. Every fowl must bear the identification ring of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. fl 1 D 2 4. When dealing with stores or establishments which do not hare any specific sign of endorsement displayed, call our Director to make sure that it is endorsed. HARRY SIMON. Pres. H. SOOTIN, Secy. A. M. BEAR, Vice Pros. S. LOBEL Trees. %. •S For Mother's entertaining... PASTEL FROSTED TUMBLERS 4A* each *wv 12-ounce size What fun Mother will have serving cool summer drir.ks in these refreshing colorfrost tumblers! Upper part of glass is transparent and lower part is frosted in soft pastel shades. You'll want to give Mother a set of 8 or 10 in a mixture of pastels! 14-ounce tumblers each 35c 80-serving jug to match each $2.49 2 decks $2.59 Bur*in'i, Miami, Sift Shop, Scond Floor The Event Yon Can't Afford To Mbs I Cowen'sSaic OF WOMEN'S FINE FOOTWEAR ]Drawin s To a Close FORMERLY PRICED 8.95 TO 34.95 SHORT LINES OF NATIONALLY KNOWN MAKES Blenheim • Patcock Cowtn'i D* Lux* e P*r*dit* • JofisftM* • Peerl.Pravlew JV Rrfundn, Vo Exchange*, All Sale* Final Caivtris 155 t. Uaglt r S/ I .,I\,>,:N.I<.



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APRIL 29, 1949 !" 1/7 David Lehrman To Become Bar Mitzvah R abbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman 1848 James Ave., Miami Beach, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, David, to be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at ,he Miami Beach Jewish Center. David's maternal grandfather, Rabbi Israel Goldfarb, New York Stv will preach the Sabbath morning service in honor of the occasion. Thc confirmand is a student at Miami Beach Junior High School, Sere he is president of his class. His a member of the Boy Scouts "V is interested in writing o0 etrv and drawing. P Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman will honor the young man a a reoption to be given at their home Sunday afternoon from 3 to 6. The reception will also serve as I housewarming for the Lehrmar.'s new home. Out-of-town guests who have come especially for the Bar Mitzvah include Rabbi Lehrman s mother Mrs. S. Weinstein, and he,husband, New York; Rabbi lehrman's brother, Rabbi Moses Lehrman, Detroit Mich.;. Mrs Lehrman's parents Rabbi and Mrs Israel Goldfarb, New York; Mrs Lehrman's sisters and brothers-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell JRubinow and Mr. and Mrs M. Alterman, New York. :fj. %  ; .ye*':'-i Ardmore Htudio David Lehrman Beach Doctor to Wed Claire H. Cassman Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cassman, Freeport, 111., and Miami Beach, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Claire Helene, to Dr. Wilfred Lansman, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Lansman, Astoria, LI. The engagement was revealed at a cocktail and dinner party in the Sherry Frontenac Hotel recently. Miss Cassman attended the Universities of Nebraska and Illinois. She is a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Dr. Lansman, who is a staff physician at the St. Francis Hospital, Miami Beach, is a graduate of New York University and interned at Beth David Hospital, New York. The couple is planning a summer wedding in the Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago. Claire H. Cassman Marian Ginsburg To Become Bride Of N. Peter Morris The engagement of Marian Ginsburg to N. Peter Morris, son of Mrs. Ann Morris, 929 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, has been anV SEfifc 3 ^kw *** %  ^93 -B. %  -&* • %  .* Jt. %  i Hdv £&. R-j9 W %  +£*L' v& ?^i %  vS l'' 1 '" %  H ^V' VP^^^^ '* Kadimah Club Luncheon Kadimah Club of the Pioneer Women will hold a luncheon Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at the China Clipper Restaurant, 1890 S.W. 8th St. Reservations must be made by Tuesday by phoning hostesses, Mrs. Michael Fiedler at 48-5873 or Mrs. Fred Sandier at 48-2262. Proceeds from the affair will go toward Pioneer Women's Habonim projects. Following luncheon cards and mah jong will be played and prizes will be awarded. Rabbi Shapiro Speaks On Jewish Radio Show A feature of Jacob Schacter's Jewish Musical Hour last Friday morning over station WBAY, Norman R. Lyons interview with Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Synagogue on the objective and achievements of the late Rabbis Stephen Wise and Mayor Berlin. Harriet Sydelle Engagement Announced The betrothal of Harriet Sydelle to Albert H. riaber has been announced Dy ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman K. Wilck, 1200 S.W. 23rd Ct. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Miami High School. Mr. Haber, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Haber, New York City and Saratoga, N. Y., is attending City College of New York. He served in the Army Air Corps during the war. J" MURIEL HIRSCH Dolores J. Shapiro Dolores J. Shapiro To Wed O. Dubrow The betrothal of Dolores Joy Shapiro to Oscar Dubrow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dubrow of Daytona Beach, was announced Friday night by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapiro, Augusta, Ga., at a dinner dance at the Trocadero, Daytona Beach, in honor of her eighteenth birthday. Miss Shapiro attended Tubman and is a student at Fairmont Casements College in Ormond Beach, Fla. She is a member of the Drama and Arts Club, the Spanish Club and the Casements Choral group. Her fiance attended Seabreeze in Daytona and the University of Florida, where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. Out-of-town guests at the engagement party were: the bride's maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallerstein, 1234 S.W. 5th St., Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Bernstein, Robert Bernstein, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tobin Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Cromer, Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. A. Dubrow and son, Palm Beach. The couple was honored at a dinner party on Saturday night and a reception on Sunday afternoon by Mr. Dubrow's parents. The wedding will take place "i the late summer. Marian Ginsberg nounced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Ginsburg, Pittsburgh. Miss Ginsburg and her fiance are both seniors at the University of Miami. The bride-elect is past president of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and was the recipient of the Ross Interfaith Scholarship Award. Mr. Morris is archon of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, served in the Navy for two and one half years and was graduated from Miami Beach High SchooL Auxiliary Board To Meet Louis D. Brandeis auxiliary 199, Free Sons of Israel, will hold a board meeting at the home of Mrs. Leslie Rome, financial secretary, 1308 Elrade St., Coral Gables, Thursday at 8 p.m. Plans for the coming year will be discussed. ALWAYS FRESH Popular Miami Beach socialite, well-known for her philanthropic activities says "I always have FARR arrange my travel itinerary because I find them capable, courteous and helpful at all times." FAIKH "Your Travel AgentMade from FRESH CREAM Available at Your Neighborhood Grocer ALL OUR PRODUCTS ARE KOSHER MANUFACTURED DAILY BY flout* 4 Uw %  UN MMON MTWIIM I AM I WASHINGTON ~ BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA % %  NEW YORK AT 2180 N.W. 13th AVE.. MIAMI PHONE 9-0601 LISTEN TO WWPB EVERY SATURDAY AT 8 P.M. LISTEN TO WBAY FRIDAY AT 11—SUNDAY AT 10 A.M. WHY NOT? 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PAGE SIXTEEN +JelsHhridkHi Beach Hadassah To IZ^lr^U Elect Officers Election of officers will take place at the May 9th meeting of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah, which will be held at 1:30 p.m. at the Beth Sholom patio. Only members who are not in arrears will be eligible to vote. The nominating committee, whose slate was presented at the April 11th meeting, consists of Mrs. Carl Susskind, chairman; and the Mesdames Beulah Davis, Abraham Good, S. A. Goldstein, Nathan Kaplan, Barney Weinkle, Anna Wolf and Jack Udell. The slate includes president, Mrs. Alexander Kogan; vice presidents, Mesdames Leonard Ban-, Fred Jonas, Irwin Makovsky, Joseph Shawmut; recording secretary, Mrs. Carl Susskind; corresponding secretaries, Mrs. Herman Popkin and Mrs. Philip Neuwirth; financial secretary, Mn. Harry Platoff; treasurer, Mrs. S. A. Goodman; social secretary, Mrs. Elsie Shackman. For board members the committee has named the Mesdames Barnet Beckerman, Walter Cohen, Beulah Davis, Raymond Elkin, Leon Ell, Jack Chutkow, Wm. Farr, Wm. Weuer, Edward Friedman, Emma Friend, S. A. Feldman, Adolph Ginsberg, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Benjamin Goldstein, S. A. Goldstein, Bernard Goldberg, Ida Goldberg, J. J. Goodman, Louis Glasser, Jos. Halfoh, Louis Heiman, Dorothy Isberg, Freda Kalstein, Sam Kelemer, Leon Kronish, Oscar Lelchuck Joseph Lipton, Samuel Lipton, M. J. Maurer, Max Meisel, Freida Newman, Al. Osheroff, M. S. Purcell, N. Douglas Raff, Leo Robinson. Charles Rosengarten, Ned Sail, Jandon Schwarz, Arthur Simon, Elsie Shwabe, Harold Spaet, Alexander Van Straaten, Jack Udell, Samuel Smith, Jos. Wolf, Oscar Sindell. Chapter board: Mesdames Leo Chaiken, i George Cohen, Max Dobrin, Abraham oGodman, Murray Grossman, Alexander Kogan, Alfred Mamlet, Joseph Mazo, Harry Platoff, Matilda Ratner, Harry Rubin, Joseph Shawmut, Sam Simonhoff, Milton Sirkin, Carl Weinkle, Barney Weinkle, Anna Wolf and Ben Zion Ginsburg. Mrs. Ben Z. Ginsburg, program chaiman, will present the entertainment for the afternoon, which will mark the first anniversary of the Jewish State. Highlighting the afternoon's program will be a "Palestine Supplies Linen Shower," Mrs. Freda Newman, chairman. She urges that all members bring new A program arranged by Leo Steinman was presented at the Jewish Home for the Aged Sunday afternoon. Participating were Joseph Pardo, who sang Palestinian songs; Basha Pepper, who danced and played a salute to Israel on her violin; and Laurel Rubin, accompanist. Plans are being formulated for a Mother's Day program in which Cantor Berele Kelemer will appear. According to Steinman, the home is in urgent need of Jewish and Hebrew records. Anyone wishing to contribute these is asked to call Steinman at 8614148. INSECTICIDES FUMIGATING EXTERMINATING EARL WHITFORD APEX PEST CONTROL SERVICE 3582 N. W. 22nd Av. Phone 3-7500 FOR SALE—New C. B. S Two bedroom 58,600 total price. Tile bath, kitchen; aluminum sash, jalousied doori. front porch, refrigeration and stove. Near pro poted synagogue. S6600 needed for quick sale. 3236 S. W. 25th Terrace. FOR RENT Light and Airy Studio Efficiency Suitable for Two. TEL. 5-1312 FOR RENT to November 1st. Newly decorated furnished three bedroom house spacious ground near beach, 1034 Penn. Ave. Tel. 5-1312 BUSINESS MAN—AGE 38 Interested in Matrimony Well-to-do Widow or Divorcee Between 35 and 40 With child preferred WRITE W. L. Box 2973, Miami 18 kfi .i.:nuruiinrrmiiiiwnmDiininnii!nn!iginiiim'ii;iiiii)i:nTininiiiiintmuuu I'liiimie ATTRACTIVE HOME ATMOSPHERE Private Room—Good Board $35.00 per week Gentleman Preferred Ph. 87-4057 After 10 A.M. •MwiMWH9iiiuniun)iNiijiu'


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Rabb: Max Kaufman. as*:sted bv the Kridav ... | atrvlec choir, i'.; conduct the service and a, tur daj morningat v ; Rabbi (peak. An Onef >T.abbat will follow kovakj will officiat..:.d >! %  "n the serv.ces on Friday evening. Sat, At 5:00 I m Raw I Rackurday s-r vices at 10 a.m. KMdush .,.-.. wlI i apeak on Ptrkaj pvoa after the morn.nit eerrlcea Sunday i-.„. ,f our Fathers).' B £*'* school at 10:30. Hebrew school M. n„ vr %  \jaarlv follow* Daily dav, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 v". be I Kiddush :. 3h tor Mamohei Sui • I : : %  a m. a. m. FolShaloa Seudos Sunday school ."-• 10 a ••. Daily religious school from 3:30 to < p.m Dally services 1 %  I p.i Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. I Cantor Berele Kelemer. -.: -.. 1 .Frl I ly even -.c at I 10. : at I a.m. itabbl .he Three Pil5:30 p.m followed Sha S< V %  and Mir'.*. The •he Portion of: ol at 10 am. from 3.30 to 6:30 ervtces at : %  m and y. %  r %  and Inst f offlceri %  • Ireater Miami sat Ion at p m. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Are., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes| cheloff. F lay evening sen • 1 • • p.m. al I a.m. Bar v %  ?..:•. : Stan ey, son of Mr. and :: LLea> Itt Rabbi Mei hi %  1 the conflrmand Mln; II wed b> Shalos s. Rabbi ateacheloft w-in speak P rtl n of the Week Sunday I at "• 10 a m Dally sch f >o! from 6 30 Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Late Friday evening r %  11 • I" --I.-mai : i et Rs : Irving L-hrI .. .• .. %  .. sa t o'clock. father: m II on the thi i ; • 1 ( Rabbi and I Lehi man -I inlor Voutb break) • ..•'.'. %  Bundaj tl patio. H< • Sunday -. %  Pre-kinderM01 • :••' • ., • Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Sen M • ntlnued until the fall Sholem Lodge Arbitration Committee Ready To Function, Isenberg Reports Trie Arbitration Committee of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has been organized ar.d is ready to hear ar.d arbitrate all matters placed before it for attention, according to Michael M Iisenberg. chairman. As explained by Isenberg. any persons of Jewish faith who are in conflict over a problem may call upon the committee to render a decision. There is no charge for this service. No formalities are I required except that both parties 1 agree to be bound by the decision of the committee. Parties 1 may be represented either by their attorneys or may present their own case, as they desire. This committee is not designed 1 to supplant our law courts, but 'to assist in the administration of I justice." Chairman Isenberg points out. There are many controversies of various types that require a decision within a fewdays and our court system is often too slow and expensive to settle the dispute and afford relief. No man on the committee will serve who is personally acquainted with either of the litigants or who has any interest in the matter or who is excused by either party. I am confident that every member of this committee is noted for his fairness and impartiality and desire to administer justice to his fellow men." Business and professional men who have volunteered their services to this committee are: Harry Diamond. Bernard Tytell, J Gerald Lewis, Dr Chas. Beckwitt. Harry Boyell. Maurice C. Cohn, Hy Rifas. Louis Zeientz. Fred Shochet. Jales Pearlman. Max Holtzberg. Dor.ald S. LaVigne. Sam Luby. Mr. Martin S. Belle. Henry Bulbin, Dave Rifas. David Stuzin, Allan Abbess, Dr. Seymour Blumenthal and George Chertkof. 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PAGE Six +Jelsf>thr*&*iL FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1949 Schedule Changes Made By Seaboard \v j. Ficl t. gei • S nges in schedul of S. tive last Sunday, April 24. when the S< ; the most conveni ever n aintained duri to and fi n the G ami area. Tw S liners will to and from daily this one as in the l The si Mete >r, conl ving in V D. C at 6:1 York t 10:30 a.m The Meti 1:45 p.m., Was day. Thi S %  • • : St:ns m sei vice I mer p.m., rrivii •' 'asl i 9:50 X V the next New V rk al H 5 ct day. i fording i portunil %  • n East • %  Y K '• : nurse, and car at' to the Eter the well as rad terns. Palmland leaves M daily at 7:1 Tan | r.o: • Tl e vastl train service, tive it the S vert sin mpaign 1 Latin A • trav< I to 1 promising :' \V J F IN THE MAIL Emma Lazarus Chapter To Hold Party Sunday Thi party of the 1 i • : n al W place Sui pent Al • B< .. %  A buffel be served during tl Dorothy Radei chairman. 5 that paid-up i will be ir.itted Dues will be colled Takes Exemption Editoi D I :, I Max G :• ng< r's rti li mity with I am in i rd 5 thinking How ver. I • to a stat( • %  • • '. Gettinger si I thai third of our J> eiving t least a tion in our mil .not a true • | • : tual situat _\ to tl •' the -:-. Education of• here are some 2200 Je\ :.i;iunit> : Jewish edt this time. Of thi I00I I'inj laj sch i >1 education. pr< sent close to 60': ish i hildren age 5-14 .-chool age). This is nation census ised a few weeks ago Kurt: the figure 607r does .:. • | 40'ido not ree lui ation at all. porl int t.. note that 601 it any one time. I should • at over H0 r ; of the in our community retorra ol Jewish edg their school years, recoi i i tmpares very favorth the record of other U. S. Unfortunately ir. thems. The children do not stay the edu tion is n • intensive enough to leave a in. viewpoint three imtant 1 :. IV( to be per. every I : i i read the unaffiliated and un: j Wi :: u '. into : sify our edadding more mr schedule. We must find ways and : ki ping children in the Jewish schools so • AN maj • an opportunity to cany out our program. V( : v t. uly A P. GANNES. Philadelphia, Pa. Tropical Lodge To llolil llaiH'O A membership dance will be sponsored by the Tropical Lodge B P na. B'rith at.the Rhumba Room of the Delmonico Hotel. 639a> Collins Ave., tomorrow night, A. Budd Cutler, president, has announced, -vs.. Mike Sussman is men ership chairman and will head the ar rangements committee for the aiair. Tickets may be ol tained from members or at the d< Sigma Rho Jamboree Sigma Rho Chapter No. 517 of the B'nai B'rith Junior Order AZA will hold its second annual oree on Saturday, May I al 15 p.m. at the -Miami Y. According to Chairman Allan Storch, a program which will include top professional entertainers in the Greater Miami area and dancing are planned. Tickets may be obtained from any member of Sigma Rho Chapter or at Harry's Sui dry Store, 1131 S.W. 27th Ave Pittsburgh Club To Meet The monthly meeting of the Pittsburgh Club of Greater Miami will be held Monday at 8:30 p.m. at Kitty Davis Club, Miami Beach. All members are invited pr. s.-nt. Betrothal Reveaiea Mr and Mis. Simon Wiseman, 2240 S.W. 25th Terr., announce the eng igei i nl ol their daughter, • i Voltan Gerstel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gerstel, 1023 S.W. 13th Ct. The m will take place Monday, May 16. at the Cadillac Hotel. Miami Beach. REFINED BUSINESS LADY in her thirties—good background Wishes to meet gentleman in his forties State phone number if possible Write H. L. Box 2973, Miami 18 Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phone* 9-5317 — B-6727 51 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERO, Owner Teen Age Cabaret Night The T< Miami B< sponsoi a cabaret at 8:30 p.m. I I '%  Y cording to a by Bob Somei f thi eour. ill Entertai and ill be on th< agenda. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 VOTE FOR FIVE FOR CITY COUNCIL • One Good Pick is HARRY ZUKERNICK 1-. Years erv.ee in ..ommunity Interests Home Owner .-.ttom*> NERVES Nervous Conditions Specially Treated Dr. Springmyer. Physician 79th ST. CLINIC 249 N.W. 79th St. Ph. 78-8407 Dr. H. L. Ebelmesser DENTIST Announces the Opening of his new office at 100 CORAL WAY 'Miracle Mile) Coral Gables, Florida F 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Phone 48-4023 The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 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 Air-Conditioned 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Mezzanine Floor ^ -vrith mat*o£ as good as home-model 3 other tempting varieties with Rice • Noodles • Clear H O ROWIT ZMARGARETEN O condensed KOSHU CANNID CHKKtN SOUPS like all ths olhtr HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN VgjTsftJOSHf I CANNED CHICKEN M00UCTS. art dli


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nTpAY, AP RIL 29, 1949 Tobe Ritwc Weds William W. Levy The marriage of Tobe Ritwe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ritwe. 1957 S.W. 17th St. to William W. Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs J. D. Levy, Atlantic City, M j. was solemnized last week hv Rabbi Colman A. Zwitmanin his home in the presence of the immediate families. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore an ankle length' gown of lavender organdy with inserts of white lace. Her hat was of Milan straw and tier short gloves were white. She carried a bible adorned with an orchid. Margot Ritwe. who is a student at the University of Florida in Gainesville, served as maid of honor for her sister. She wore a ballerina length dress of dotted swiss organdy and carried a colonial nosegay. Marvin Thamasshower of New York was best man. Following the ceremony a dinner party was held for the couple and their families in the Biscayne Room of the Columbus HoteL A reception followed the dinner at the home of the bride's parents. Judith Feinberg kept the bride's book. The bride is a graduate of tne University of Miami, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Levy, who is an engineer with the Navy department, received his degree from Pennsylvania State College, where he was a member of Tau Beta Pi, national honorary engineering fraternity, Druids and Zata Beta Tau, social fraternity. The newlyweds are honeyShirley H. Collegeman Betrothal Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Collegeman, 9340 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley Helene, to Henry H. Cook, son of Mrs. Sophie Cook of New York City. The bride-elect was active in community work before moving to New York in November. She was president of the Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women and a member of the board of directors of the Miami Beach YMHA, where she served as secretary of the Young Adult Council. Miss Collegeman attended schools in Washington, PAGE FIVE D. C. and Miami Beach. Mr. Cook, an electrical engineer, is attending Brooklyn Polytechnical Institute. During the war, he served in Europe as a captain in the Inteligence Division of the Army, is now in the electrical contracting business and a member of the American Electrical Engineering Society. Plans are for a June wedding in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Collegeman, their daughter, Betsey, and son, LeRoy, will motor to New York to attend the ceremony. Custom Mad* Lingerie 230 N.E. 2nd Ave. Expert in Monograms & Embroidery Phone 82-6254 Kosher Meat Markets To Close All Day Sunday Phil Roner, president of the Kosher Butchers' Guild, announces that effective immediately all Kosher meat markets will be closed all day Sunday. The policy, which was inaugurated several years ago, is in effect during he summer months only, Roner states. Mrs. William Levy mooning in Miami Beach before motoring to Philadelphia, where they will make their home. Lenore Waldman Betrothal Told The engagement and approachI ing marriage of Miss Lenore Waldman to Abe M. Lefkove have been announced by the parents of the bride-to-be, Mr. and Mrs. William Waldman, '734 Jefferson | Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Waldman graduated from | Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Lefkove, local business-1 man, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lefkove, 2300 S.W. 4th Ave. He is a graduate of New I York schools and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Lefkove served with the United States Coast Guard for four and | one half years. The couple is planning a summer wedding. *&&&r** %  i _i Mr ROKEACH sSS Rvi-EACHKOSHE. Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th SL, Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-6866 HEW M V2 the Cost 1 IB E RUNG Your Worn Smooth Tires RECAPPED LIKE NEW! 5 CONVENIENT STATION BALANCED TREADING With Double Guarantee Signature MIAMI BEACH 945 Fifth Street 1840 Alion Road Phone 2-6133 MIAMI 101 S. W. ltt *•* 3327 N. Mtaml Ave. 4100 N. W. 22nd Ave. Phono 89-7511



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PAGE TWO /FH I s i fhridfor FRIDAY, APRIL 29. • i'// Sa>>... By HARRY SIMONHOFr" Stephen S. Wise; A Happy Warrior The Happy Warrior, title of a poem by Wordsworth, was used by F.D.R. to label Al Smith. It is an apt name for our own Stephen S. Wise, who was born St. Patrick's Dav and died symbolically on April" 19. the arniversary of the Battle of Lexington that started the American Revolution. Fighter of Many Causes Warrior he certainly was: for he carried the scars of many a battle against ideas, persons, and institutions. In his varied crusades he attacked prohibition, war. fascism. Henry Ford, sex problems. Communism, drinking, suggestive plays, Adolf Hitler, trial marriage, censorship. anti-Semitism, Mussolini, lynching, restrictive immigration. British White Paper, isolationism, censorship. Lessing Rosenwald, warmongering, quotas in colleges, etc.. etc. And how could anyone escape happiness who lived so fully and touched so many facets of life. A Timely End At the risk of sounding call one could ever, say that Dr. Wise was fortunate to die before the waning of his intellectual and spiritual powers—just in time to escape pain and suffering, when GERTLER TOP SOIL CO Experts in LANDSCAPING Our Specialty—New Construction! BITTER BLUE SOD Whoiesaie--Retail PHONE 2-4032 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 ATailabl* On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NX. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 sickness began to make inroads upon his constitution, remarkable for its vigor and vitality. Last May at the Madison Square demonstration celebrating the newlv born Medinas Israel, the vast audience was moved by his short speech. He told of a walk with Theodore Herzl during the Second Congress. The founder of Zionism, said. "I will not live to see the Jewish State (Judenstaat>. But. Wise, you're a young man You will." In this triumphant note, one caught overtones that implied I can now die happy. A Many Sided Benefactor In considering the diversity of his labors, many have observed that some of his single accomplish:!, ents would have consumed energies and filled out the life of an ordinary man. The list of his activities is truly amazing. Ralbi. orator, leader, scholar, organizer, writer, executive, tribune, editor. Zionist, publicist, lecturer, political crusader, civic reformer, founder of institutions. He could descend from the temple a'-d exoose social wrongs in the market'place. Yet he could relax at home, be playful with children, and informal with friends. Jewish Institute of Religion Primarily the orator with vast powers for inspiring high enthusiasms. Dr. Wise was not lacking in shrewd judgments for practical affairs. For instance, he founded in 1922 the Jewish Institute of Religion. Our own community can bear witness to the important usefulness of this school. For three rabbis, officiating at Beth Sholom, Miami Beach Center, and Temple Israel, all thriving congregations, are graduates of this institution. Yet he knew this college was a going concern solely because of his own captivating personality. Anticipating his approaching end, he merged this Institute for training Rabbis and teachers with the much older Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati. Prophetic Foresight During the First World War, Dr. Wise assisted Justice Brandeis in launching the American Jewish Congress. This assembly succeeded brilliantly in causing the V allies Peace Conference to endorse the Jewish Homeland in Palestine and adopt minority rights for the protection of Jews in Eastern Europe. Most of the leaders considered the work of the Congress done, and counselled its dissolution. Not Rabbi Wise. For 15 years the Congress was sustained solely by his drive, his tact, his charm. With prophetic intuition he insisted that this organization had important work to do. not only for the Yishuv in Palestine, but to fight for the better security of Jews throughout the world. His persistence earned good dividends. When Hitler began his full-scale paranoiac brutalities, the American Jewish Congress spearheaded the fight against Nazism, while the B'nai B'rith cautioned moderation, and the American Jewisn Committee scornfully rejected boycotts and demonstrations It was the giant mass meetings, taged in Madison Square Garden and in other Jewish centers, (ineluding Miami) that led Hrttar to exclaim 'Who is this Stephen Wise?" Space will not permit proper recognition of the many institu,onshc created. For example the Free Synagogue. The World Jewish Congress was a courageous achievement in the fare of vwlent opposition, during the hectic Sys of the mounting Hitler persecutions. Time has blurred the .significance of many acts thai were of great importance when thev occurred. We must not forget that Rabbi Wise was the first American who learned, the awful catastrophe of the six million cremated martyrs from Sumnei Welles, then assistant Secretar> of State. But his first and greatest love was Zionism. At an early age the born rebel and fighter for the underprivileged was attracted by the explosive nature of this movement. He entered the lists and championed the cause of the Jewish State long before the appearance of any of the present leaders (Louis Lipsky excepted). For half a century, he gave lavishly of his ourse. his superb talents, and his matchless oratory. No one has ever surpassed his expert capacities in extracting money for our private gatherings or mass meetings. He held all the top positions in American Zionism, and served in the praesidiums of the Jewish Agency and the world Zionist Organization. We must remember that it was Stephen S. Wise and Abba Hillel Silver, who negotiated the prospects of a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine with the dying Franklin Roosevelt. A Complex Personality No one can ever forget the tall figure, the leonine head, the granite features, the set firm mouth, the viola cello voice of this spokesman for American Jewry. In Gentile circles, he was the best known Rabbi and Jewish personalitv in America. A man of the world, with infinite charm and winning manner, he walked with Presidents yet never lost the contact of the common man. Polished in social intercourse, and with, an apparent penchant for the glories and plaudits of the world, Rabbi Wise maintained in his secret inner shrine, a fervent mystical longing, In his annual visits to Miami, some of us were privileged to win his intimate friendship. On one occasion, in a small Oneg Shabbat circle, I was prompted to ask what was the greatest moment in his eventful life. He smiled, and with that playful humour twinkling in his eyes, he answered, "You know the Orthodox Rabbis do not consider me a Rabbi." He then bent his head, knitted his brows, and in that serious charm that he only could affect, continued resonantly "But when I came to Warsaw to discuss ways and means of alleviating the misery of the Polish Jews, I was received by the Warsaw Rabbis in a private conclave. As I walked into the large room, those venerable, pious, patriarchal, white bearded sages arose to do me honor. This was the proudest moment in my life." S. E. Region Of rnitcd Synagogue To Convene Here The second annual convention of the Southeast Region, United Synagogue of America, will be held on Sunday, May 15, at Miami Beach, according to Joseph M Rose, former president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and convention chairman. This convention will be devoted to the problems of synagogue administration and to a discussion of the broader scope of regional, religious and educational activities. Workshop sessions will be held on "How To Increase Synagogue Attendance" and "The Business of Congregational Management." There will also be discussions on the contribution that laymen can make for a progressive Judaism in America and consideration of the influence of the new State of Israel upon prevailing standards of Jewish living and religious thought. Affiliations with United Synagogue of America in the Southeast Region have more than doubled during the past year, Rose announces, and representaDebbs To Participate In Hillel Services Tonight Debbs Chapter, B'nai Rv. Young Women 1 : will par, lp J. Friday night services at Hm2 House, 3306 Ponce de Leo n W Coral Gables, tonight a,8% %  Dr. Donald Michllson Lit of the Hillel Foundation at h University of Miami, will cordurt services. Assisting him will K! Lillian Goldstein, Dods B' ? Rita Schwartz. Donna Felffi Bobbie Schwartz and cSriX Sandier. Joanne Shier hh charge of arrangements. The chapter presented a nrn gram last night for patients at Gables "* H SPital 3t Cora Chairman of the program wa< Carol Milberg. Assisting her were Doris Brown, Lillian Goldstein Joanne Shier and Debbs Chorus consisting of Thelma Schwartz Ruth Marmer, Charlotte Sandier Rita Schwartz, Roberta Yeslow and Doris Klein. tives are expected to attend from congregations in six states including South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee. Mississippi a^d Florida. BORSCHT SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 .;;, I,' ;!':::.i.u,II' r" mr !" -:|i. i'i:'I'H,;'.I'll:.' %  mi i: mm Mendelsohn's s !" c !" 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FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1949 Max Lwnw Joins Brandois Faculty The appointment of Max Lerner, political scientist, author and lecturer, to the faculty of Branded University, was announced today by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president. Dr. Lerner has accepted the post of professor of American Civilization and Institutions and is scheduled to begin teaching at the 100 acre Waltham, Mass., campus in the fall of the 1949-50 academic year. His courses will include comparative government and American civilization. Dr. Lerner was former professor of Political Science at Williams College. Earlier he was a member of the Department of Government at Harvard University, a member of the Social Science faculty of Sarah Lawrence College and has acted as chairman of the faculty of Wellesley College Summer Institutes. He served as editor of the Nation and was also editorial director of PM and the New York Star. His many books include, "It Is Later Than You Think," "Ideas Are Weapons." "Mind and Faith of Justin Holmes" and most recently he edited selections from Thornstein Veblen works for the Viking Portable Library. Dr. Lerner did his undergraduate work at Yale University and at Washington University in St. Louis and received his Doctorate from the Robert Brooking Graduate School of Economics and Government in Washington, D. C. North Shore Unit Presents Piano To Biscayne School The North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith participated in ceremonies at which a piano was presented to the Biseayne Elementary School on Tuesday afternoon. April 26. Joined with the B'nai B'rith unit were the Normandy Isle Improvement Association, the North Shore Business Men's Association and the PTA. Mrs. lone Hill, school principal, accepted the gift for the school and A. J. Kaplan, past president of the North Shore Lodge, made the presei tation address. The Children's Chorus of the Biscayne School sans selections from Irving Caesar's "Songs of Friendship" under the direction of music teacher, Miss Gloria LinH. North Shore Lodge presented the song books to the school recently as one of its community service projects. Serving on the arrangements committee were Sam Weinfeld and Leo Steinman of North Shore Lodge. +Jewist}fhrl(Jlain PAGE THREE Rep. Smathers To Speak At Sholem Lodge Installation Banquet Sunday Bernstein Unveiling Tlie unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Moses Bernstein, husband of Mrs. Luca Bern-tein and father of Mrs. Edythe Symans, Mrs. Rose Smith, Lester and Sidney Bernstein, will 'ake place Sunday, May 1, at Mount Mebo Cemetery at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. Membership Tea A membership tea was held by the Greater Miami chapter of Deborah Tuberculosis Society at Deborah Tuberculosis Society Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the National Hotel. A dessert luncheon was served by hostess, Mrs. Ed singer. Cards and mah jong were Played. Representative George A. Smathers will be the guest of honor and principal speaker at the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith installation of officers for 1948-50. which will take place 7 p.m. Sunday at the Delano Hotel. Outgoing President Marx Faber and Mrs. John Kronenfeld head the arrangements committee.. Mrs. Harold Rand and John Kronenfeld will he installed in the ioint installation ceremonies for the Sholem Lodge and Women's Chapter. Milton A Friedman, a past president of Sholem Lodge and the present State Federation president will act as installing officer. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Congregation Beth David will offer the invocation and benediction. In addition to Kronenfeld. officers to be installed for the men's lodge are: first vice president, Sidney Aronovitz; second vice president, Jerome Weinkle: recording secretary, Frank Jaffe: financial secretary, Irving Saal; treasurer, David Stuzin; monitor, Marx Faber; assistant monitor, Edward Newman; guardian. Marvin Rauzin; warden, Irwin Weinstein. Officers to be installed for the women's chapter, besides Mrs. Harold Rand, are: first vice president, Mrs. Nat Strauss; second vice president. Mrs. John Kronenfeld; treasurer, Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz; financial secretary. Mrs. Harvey Herman; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Jerome Weinkle; recording secretary, Mrs. Abe Aronovitz; monitor, Mrs. Harry Gordon; historian, Mrs. Milton Wassman; parliamentarian, Mrs. Leonore Curtice; Hillel Council. Mrs. Sam Hiller; B'nai B'rith Council, Mrs. Frank Toback. A special award will be presented to outgoing President Marx Faber for "outstanding service and achievement in the community as a civic worker." Tommy Nunez and his orchestra will present dance music following the banquet. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Rose Gilbert, Sholem Lodge secretary, at 82-8897. Top Speaking Honors Won By Beach Student Jordan Bittel, 20 year old Miami Beach senior at the University of Florida, captured two top national honors in speaking at a Virginia tournament. Young Bittel won first place in the after dinner speaking and poetry reading events. He was also a member of the debate team which won the "Big Ten" grand national award. Jordan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bittel, 3010 Alton Road, Miami Beach. A Florida Camp for Girls CAMP ROBBINS (between Orlando and Jacksonville) LAKE COMO, FLORIDA PARENTS! Take that trip you planned and let u care for your daughter!. 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Rabbi Kronish To Address Conclave Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, who has recently returned from a visit to Israel, will be one of the guest speakers at the forthcoming Young Zionist conclave at the south campus of the University of Miami to be held the weekend of May 13-15. The topic of Rabbi Kronish's discussion will be "What the New State of Israel Means to the Youth of America.'* The conclave will be conducted by members of the Young Judaea Leaders' Council in celebration of the anniversary of the birth of the new State of Israel. One hundred members of Senior Judaea, Jr. Hadassah, Masada and IZFA. as well as members of other Jewish youth groups and unaffiliated youth are emected to attend the meet. Highlights of the weekend program will be services to be conducted by Senior Judaea clubs, discussions conducted by leading speakers and educators in the Greater Miami area, athletic events and contests and a Midura program saluting the year-old State of Israel. The conclave is under the sponsorship of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, chairman of which is Dr. E. J. Edelman. Sisterhood Donor Affair Set For Wednesday Noon Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker at the Beth David Sisterhood's annual donor luncheon to be held Wednesday at 12 noon in the Garden Restaurant, 2235 S.W. 8th St. A program his being prepared by the Harriet Damenstein Group, Mrs. Samuel J. August and Mrs. Max Bergman, announce. A souvenir program which will include an honor roll of members who contributed is being printed and will be presented to all guests attending the affair. Jr. Hadassah Members To Give Party Tomorrow Four members of the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will be hostesses at a party tomorrow night at 8:15 at 1654 S.W. 14th St (on tennis court). Entertainment, dancing, cocktails, refreshments and games are being planned. Donation is 75 cents and proceeds will go to Hadassah's Israeli projects. For information, call 9-3235. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN th.it the undesigned, desiring to engage In 'the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fl.-tltlous name of .business under the fictitious name or Abo! Sanitary Supplies at 245 S. W Red Bird Kood Market at 633 li.rd 17th Ave., Miami, Florida, Intends to i Road, Dade County, Florida, iniena register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. THEO ABEL. Sole Owner 4/29 E 6-13-20 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Ilth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAPE COUNTY, FLORIDA— IN CHANCERY, No 1242TS. SEBASTIAN DE SALVO. Plaintiff. vs. JEAN PE SALVO, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: JEAN DE BALVO 135 Thames Street Brooklyn. New York You are hereby required to file your appearance to Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint for Divorce in the above-styled cause on or before the 27 day of May, 1949; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Florida this 27 day of April. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Sea!) By M C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida 4 29 6 B-13-20 to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County THOMAS SEROPULOS EDWARD WEISS Partners HARRT DIETZ Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicant* 4 29 6/6-13-20 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AM' FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 12427:. JUNE YOUNGERMAN. Plaintiff, vs GORDON YOUNGERMAN. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDATO: GORDON YOfNGERMAN *23 Hutehins Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio You are hereby not:fi.-i1 and -'r*' to file your appearance to the E I Complaint for Divorce fl>d is you by the Plaintiff in the a) styled cause ..n or before trR of May, 1949. otherwise the therein contained will be takes confessed bv you DATED at Miami. Flor:ia : v .. day of April, 1349 E. B. T-EATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M C FEIGE Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami, Florida 4/29 G.6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dsiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SIMONS' SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY at 2145 N.W 62nd Street. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM S. SIMONS ADELE SIMONS Petitioners MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN At-orneys for Petitioners Sevbold Bldg. 4 .i 5 6-13-2027 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 4-59 BAR" at 469 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register %  aid name with the Clerk of the Clru : Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE NORR. Sole Owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant S03-I Olympla Bldg. 4 29 5 6-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FU)RIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 123986. SAMUEL FREEMAN. Plaintiff. VS. CATHERINE FREEMAN, Defendant To: CATHERINE FREEMAN 311 East 89th Street New York, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance or answer to the above divorce action on or before the 23rd day of May, 1949. otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 18 day of April, 1949. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clark, Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 1023 Seybold Building 4/22-29 5/6-13 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SAM'S SWAP SHOP at 20 N. W. 5th Street. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 6AM RANDELL MAX R SILVER Attorney for Applicant 4/29 5/6-13-20-27 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FIXJRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 124288. HERBERT ROSENBERG, Flaintiff, vs. DORIS ROSENBERG, Defendant YOU, DORIS ROSENBERG, 3622 Paseo Boulevard, Kansas City, Missouri, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce, on or before May 31. 1949, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED April 27, 1949. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEME, Deputy Clerk. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff 4/29 6/6-13-20-27 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No 124224. GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK, Plaintiff, vs. MORRIS LEVINBOOK, Defendant. TO: MORRIS LEVINBOOK 3544 12th Avenue Brooklyn, New York You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against you by GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK on or before the 25 day of May, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against vou. DONE AND ORDERED THIS 25 day of April, 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 4/29 5/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buhiness under the fictitious name of Joy San Shoes at 1337 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. L. FRIEDLER, Owner BURNETT ROTH Congress Bldg Attorney for Applicant 4/29 6/6-18-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Tamiaml Hotel at 20* West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with ths Clerk of ths Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida, HERMAN SCHTJLMAN HARRY DIETZ Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicant 4/29 5/6-13-20 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADB COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 124259. JOHN F. HALIK. Plaintiff, vs. APELINE P. HALIK. Defendant. TO: ADELINE P. HALIK 23 Mulford Gardens Yonkers, New York. You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the Bill of ''omplalnt for divorce filed against you by JOHN F. HA UK on or before the 26 day of May, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 26 dav of April. 1949. E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk. TURK & NEWMAN Solicitors for Plaintiff 4/29 5/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Fay's Bar and Grill at 9901 N.W. 27th Ave., Dade County, Florida. Intend to register said name with' the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOHN J. DOMBROWSKI DOLORES DOMBROWSKI JOSEPH MARTYNA VICTORIA MARTYNA Partners HARRY DIETZ Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicants 4/29 5'6-13-20-27 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that '• ". *TOR FLOMING and JOSEPH SHAY have on the 19 day of April, 194$, dissolved the partnership known .. FLOMING Sc DOSHAY conducted .: if: N,-rth West 5th Street. Miami. Florida, ar.d that VICTOR FLOMING has assumed and agreed to pay all of the debts, bills and liabilities of said ; i.—,r.ersh:p. DATED April 19. 1949. VICTOR FLOMING JOSEPH DOSHAY !.EO SHEINER. Attorney ISM Tacific Bldg. 4 29 5, 6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0U8 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Pavlson's at 911 N. W. 2nd Ave, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida DAVIDSON BROS INC. By NATHAN DAVIDSON. President MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants Seybold Bldg. 4/29 5/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BISCAYNH ASSOCIATES at 273 N. K Second Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv Florida. WALTER E. LEHNER .__. EMMA M. LEHNER MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Walter E. Lshner and t-mma M. Lehner 4/29 5/6-18-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of •/I-i. ,h .l an, L 'sundry and Cleaners at 4323 N. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD HARELICK Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 4/22-29 5/6-13-20 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — No. 18288. RE: ESTATE OF MATILDA OUERLEIN, Deceased NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate Of MAT1LUA OBfc.KLj!U.N deceased; and that on the 16 day of May, 1949, will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of MATILDA OBERLEIN, deceased. This 15th day of Aprlll 1949. MAX R SILVER. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administrator 4/22-29 5/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of City Auto Truck Spring Service at 79 N. W. 20th Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Clroult Court of Dade County, Florida. PAUL E. ANDREWS L WILLIAM ZUCKERMAN Partners 4/8-16-22-29 6/6 !" >AYTPRRJ _LEGAL_IfOTlCE ELEVENTH JUDICIAT T 0P TRs 128764. N CTI *NCERT J* STANLEY McEI Rnv ^ NELLIE McEI Roy' r PUlB •-, • 18 East Thavnr St., •• Philadelphia; Penn^f* 1 YOU AR^V^RE^ 1 ^. ^ R u yo a ppearar "* or Z22jr B to BUI of Complaint for n?v„, r to £ Florida, this 8 W&JM (Circuit SB, ij^^ B > R. "RICE, JR. JACK A. ABBOTT m Cle* Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road 4/16-22-29 6/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Davidson Bros., Inc.. doing business as Davidson's at 911 N. W. 2nd Avenue. Miami, Ha., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN DAVIDSON MAE DAVIDSON BENJAMIN DAVIDSON MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants Seybold Building 4/82-29 6/6-13 ORDER OF PUBl IP..,. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT o„ N 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ?v TW! FOR DADE COUNTY inJm Lf !" THE STATE OF FLORli > A U>R,DA --To: Nathan Penn 602 Am boy Street Brooklyn, New York IN CHANCERY No mini FANNIE PENN. Plain lift THAN PENN.-De^ndan't. %  IOU are hereby notifUrf -,..J to file your appearance, to pfflSS Bill of Complalnt^? C DI -ore 1 ? n n ?' above-styled cause on or b*Vs & day of May, 1949; otherwu! 5' ^legations therein contain*iM taken as confessed by you %  DATED at Hlami, Florida, thu i, day of April. 1949 ,M E „, B J^THERMAN (Circuit Court K *** By M. c. Fte. SAM SILVER D PU,y A Solicitor for Plaintiff 1708 Congress Bldg. 4/16-22-29 6/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0U1 NAME LAW ,h NOT i CB I S "ERKBY GIVEN tail the undersigned, desiring to engag.U business under the fictitious n.m5 City Auto Parts Rebuilding 532 at 79 N W. 20th Street. M£ !" ift ld a .w C 1 '", 4 to r *'r said tM with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS ZrcKERMAN Sole Owner 4/8-15-22-29 5/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Euclid Investment Co. at 716 Euclid Avenue. Miami, Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS KAHAN MORRIS PLATT Equal Partners i SHIRLEY WOOLF Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road 4/22-29 5/6-13-20 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the partnership lately existing between the undersigned Albert Baron and Thomas Seropulos carrying on the business known as RED BIRD FOOD MARKET. 6838 Bird Road, Dade County. Florida, was, on the 28th day of April, 1949, dissolved by mutual consent and that the business In the future win be carried on by the said Thomas Seropulos alone, who will pay and discharge all debts and liabilities and receive all monies payable to tie said late firm. ALBERT lARON T*OMAS eXROPULOS HARRY DIETZ Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicant 4/29 5/6 ,v. ~, N0TICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT J* AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN PROBATE. No! In Re: ESTATE OF PAUL MITCHELL. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: .Ji?.'.. and .. each of 7011 r hereby notified and required to present any a slms and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of PAUL MITCHELL deceased Ida. to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Ju the above named plaintiffs for the purpose of quieting title to the above described property; said action being based upon possession by the plaintiffs under a tax deed from the Board or ComniiNMoners Everglades DrainSK ., DUt / lc 1 >>• E. B. Leatherman. r k of !" ,ne Circuit Court. Dade County Florida, based upon nonpayment of taxes. It is therefore ORDERED that you and each of you file an appearance in the above styled cause In the office &*? 1 *-. Clerk of ,ne Circuit Court. J^ e r-.? un ty V. Rt tne Curt House in the City of Miami, State of Florida, on or before the 19th day In May, 1!M9 to the Bill of Complaint brought MX*!! T?, u 1 by l B George Griffith and Lida Griffith, his wife, for the purpose of quieting title of the said B. George Griffith and Lida Griffith, his •Vov H pl ftl n i lff *ln nd to the ?h t ii ?. rlbed Property, otherwise the allegations In the said BUI of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thu undersigned, desiring to engagt a business under the fictitious namj of O. K. Auto Parts at number 1(60 NW 20th 8treet in the City of Miami] Florida, intends U> register the said name with the Clerk of Uie Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAN FORD E EMERMA.V ARONOVITZ, WEINKLB ft ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Applicant 74* Seybold Bldg. 4/8-15-28-29 6/ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage ln business under the fictitious name of Tropics Hotel at 716 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to regft" said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MORRIS BERER, Lea 4/8-15-22-29 6 / NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tail the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Archie's Tavern at 134 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Couft of Dade Countv, Florida. MORRIS A. KAUFMAN (Sole Owner) ELRY STONE Attorney for Applicant 4/1-8-16-22-29 n. U, „ Ap f? e *f %  b f" be Published 2!£L ,_ We ^C fo r four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a Florida. 11 1 pub "' h,<1 ln •* County. A.V'1,'\ at „ ^'V* 11 ^rlda. this 18 day of April, A.D. 1940. E. B LEATHERMAN. (Circuit cS* %  &)* Clrcult Court %  y M. C. FETOE, MARION BROOK*! I> PUty CT Xk follc'tor for Plaintiffs 819 OK-mpla Bldg 4.22-2:. i/Ml NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uul the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STRAND HOTEL at 226 N. E. Second Street, Intend to register said n" with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT J. WITimOW LORENE WITH ROW MARGARET OTTEN ARTHUR OTTEN E 7 appearance in the above us A p divorce on the th day of .•>• j^ 1949. otherwise decree pro com* will be entered f lnrt >0 i J n Hi A-D Dated this 6 day at ^P !" 1 "E. B LEATHERMA.V, Cl.rK(Clrcult Court Sjal) -^OS. y D .pufy em MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 103* Seybold Building Miami. Florida 4/8-16-12-29 %  %  1^1^