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The Jewish Floridian ( May 6, 1949 )

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l^vi^lhJEIIiDipidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 22—NUMBER 18 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 6. 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS ilitical Committee Begins Debate Irael Application For Admission [kdale Offers Klan Bill srant Stockdale of Miami fed in the House this week Inion bill to an anti-Ku bn measure sponsored by liter G. Walker of Day[ction will make possible ng of a public hearing on before a joint meeting louse and Senate judicilittee. sposed law would proly person over 16 from kg masked on the public Ind highways, demanding to the property of a citizen, attending any or placing any exhibit Iroperty of others without ten consent, for violation would be or 60 days in jail. U before the Senate is •ingent. It merely protsked and hooded persons Iblic property. :h Big Month (Blood Bank Irch 1949 the Blood Bank County prepared 1,747 lions, the largest month in £n and a half years of its '. 597 were for charity 158 for patients at the Administration Hospioral Gables, and 992 were patients, ludies of the Rh factor in were done for expectents during the month. Ithese were charity cases I were private, krge demands brought the of blood to a dangerouslevel several times during Jjth, and it was necessary to emergency measures he needed donors in. factors are responsible for rd month. New hospitals Ining, creating room for fal patients to be treated, uses of human blood in |ine treatment of diseases stantly increasing. Both factors are continuing, need for blood will grow flood Bank will welcome donation from anyone [qualified, and the donaremain there as a credit [an be used at any time lonor or anyone the donor signate. LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The 58-nation U.N. Ad Hoc Political Committee began formal debate on Israel's application for admission after Gen. Carlos Romulo of the Philippines, the chairman, ruled down all Arab objections. A formal proposal by Dr. Charles Malik of the Lebanon called for postponement of action on the application until Israel accepted the principle of the internationalization of Jerusalem and the voluntary return of Arab reguees. Argentina submitted a formal proposal inviting the Vatican to present its formula for the protection of Holy Places in Palestine. However, the Argentine delegate repeatedly underscored the fact that he does not interpose any "condition" for the admission of Israel which he says his delegation "sympathetically" supports. Warren R. Austin, United States delegate, was instrumental in bringing about the committee's discussion of the membership bid. In the face of repeated Arab attempts to postpone, adjourn and scuttle the application, Austin rose with a proposal for a quick vote, which almost brought about a vote then and there and caused the Arabs to drop their attempts to block discussion. Canada and China—both members of the Security Council—upheld the validity of the Council's recommendation that Israel be accepted as a member of the U.N. Rabbi Herzog Sparks 49 Drive Singer Named Federation Head Federation Leaders Meet To Stabilize Fund-Raising NEW YORK, (JTA)—A twoday meeting of a special committee established by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to explore the "desirability and feasibility" of various proposals aimed at assuring greater stability, unification and community participation in policies governing national fund-raising for non-local causes will take place in New York this week, it was announced here. The thirty-man committee, headed by Julian Freeman of Indianapolis, will seek remedies for repeated crises which have threatened disruption of major national drives and caused local conflicts. It will also study the efficiency of current forms of national campaign organizations. Dr. Isaac Halevi Herzog, chief rabbi of Israel, was principal speaker at the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation last night at the Municipal Auditorium, Bayfront Park. William D. Singer was elected president of Federation at the meeting. Singer, who has served as chairman of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal, succeeds Jacob Sher, who was named honorary president. Others who were elected to office were: Jack Ablin, Abraham Goodman, Sam Lachman, Stanley C. Myers and Herbert E. Scher, vice presidents; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, secretary; Joseph M. Rose, treasurer; Sam Blank, Moses Ginsberg, Monte Selig, Carl Weinkle and Jacob Ziskind, trustees. Also elected at the meeting were the governors-at-large. The Rabbi was introduced to the gathering by Stanley C. Myers. William D. Singer presented him a scroll, which contained the names of individuals who made additional contributions to the Combined Jewish Appeal at a luncheon given in Rabbi Herzog's honor yesterday at noon at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Speaking at the luncheon, RabWm. D. Singer bi Herzog said that financial sacrifices could in no way compare to the sacrifices that had been made by the people of Israel who had given their lives for the freedom of the new state and urged all present to make additional contributions to the campaign. $27,000 was raised at the luncheon. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Florida Rabbinical Association, presided at the meeting. Rabbi Herzog arrived in Miami Wednesday night after addressing an anniversary rally in Madison Square Garden, New York. He was met by a delegation of all the rabbis of Greater Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and West Palm Beach, as well as officers of Jewish organizations and lay leaders. In the rabbi's party were his wife; Rabbi J. Goldman, his American secretary; Herman Gilman, Boston, and Harold Goldenberg, Mineapolis, Jewish lay leader. Rabbi Herzog has been spiritual leader of Palestinian Jews since 1936. Prior to that he served as chief rabbi of Ireland and previously had been chief rabbi of Belfast and chief rabbi of Dublin. Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary To Hold First Official Function Thursday First official function of the | ices in the Community." Miss Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami will be a program in observance of National Hospital Day to be held at the hospital grounds at, 4300 Alton Road. Miami Beach, Thursday, May 12, from 2 to 4 p.m. All women of Greater Miami are invited to attend and become members. In addition to a brief organization meeting, the program will include addresses on the subject of Volunteer Activities in the Hospital Program. Max Orovitz, Alice E. Mustard, supervisor of nursing at Jackson Memorial Hospital, will speak on "The Relationship of Volunteers to the Hospital." Rudy Baum, accordionist will furnish musical selections. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel will open the program with an invocation. A reception and tour of the hospital grounds will conclude the afternoon. Members of the auxiliary's planning committee will serve as hostesses, assisted president of the board of trustees^ by the wives of the members of will talk on "The History of Mt. Wh hnarH nf tm "** tm whn a ~ Sinai Hospital and the Outlook for the Future." Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, past president of the Florida Federation of Women's Clubs, will discuss "The Relation of Women to Health Servttcr Miami Rabbis Greet Chief Rabbi Of Israel %  n.m —qj M jfi m ***• ,. the board of trustees, who are the Mesdames Leonard Abess, Jack A. Ablin, Sam Blank, Sam Friedland, Leo Gerngross, Moses Ginsberg, Abraham Goodman, Morris Goodman, Benjamin N. Kane, J. Gerald Lewis, Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitz. Dan Ruskin, Herbert E. Scher, Monte Selig, Jacob Sher, William Singer, Harry Sirkin, Joseph Stein, Arthur Ungar, Carl Weinkle, Leonard A. Wien and Mitchell Wolfson. Floral decorations will be arranged by Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman. Town '49ers Form At Luncheon A Town group of Forty-Niners was organized at a luncheon at the Seven Seas Restaurant Friday. Aaron Kanner presided. Joseph M. Rose was presented with the fifth pickaxe of the campaign at the meeting. Previous recipients of campaign pickaxes were Aaron Kanner, Joseph Gardner, Jack Ablin and Dr. Stanley Frehling. Present at the meeting were: Samuel Macy, Ben Markowitz, Joe Scheinberg, Louis Gillman, Sidney Lefcourt, Dr. Stanley Frehling, Herbert E. Scher, Louis Loeb, Aaron Kanner and Emil Gould. greeting Dr I*ar MMI wroa chiaf rabbi of Israel, who arrived in Miami Wednesday JfSii beh lf *S• uSSrSSS fppeahare a t+ l^* **+3*2£ Airi? r i 9ht L fr0Bt Mw) • Rabbi Irvinq Lehrm n M0 M £35 ,l\ndDaYidRaabV A P1. Joseph E. Rackovsky; (rear row) IIMC H. Ev*r. Murray Grauer and DaTia nau.. Mrs. Sirkin Makes Final Drive Report Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of the Women's Unit of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal, made her final report this week. She issued her thanks to the women who participated in the campaign. Pointing out that true to its promise the Women's Unit brought in ten per cent of the total sum raised, she said, "The most important objective we have accomplished, however, is getting the women of the community to accept the principle of independent giving. There will be a larger number of women contributors in the 1949 Honor Roll than ever before." Co-chairmen of the Women's Unit were the Mesdames Abraham Goodman, Louis Glasser, Carl Weinkle, Sylvia Chertkof, Alexander Kogan, Leo Gemgross, Jean Altschul and Jack Ablin. Mass Rally Marks Israeli Birthday A capacity audience observed the local celebration of the first anniversary of the State of Israel, Wednesday night, May 4 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center under the auspices of the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council. More than a thousand people were turned away. The event was transferred to the Center from Flamingo Park due to inclement weather. I. R. Goodman was chairman of the evening. Dr. David Andron delivered the principal address of the evening and during the course of his remarks stated "In one brief year, crowded with struggle and war and epic resistance against all the aggressive attacks of countries numbering millions of Arabs, Israel was able to effect a dynamic and almost complete transformation, politically, militarily, artistically and spiritually." A Magillah narrating the history of the creation of the State of Israel was presented in dramatic form. Written especially for the occasion by Rabbi Leon Kronlsh, the presentation was participated in by the University of Miami choir, Jewish Folk chorus, Hebrew Academy choir, Greater Miami Cantors Association and Judaea groups. Telegrams were read from Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the State of Israel and from Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. J. E. Cox, member of the local Junior Chamber of Comerce, who volunteered his services as a technical advisor to the Israeli Air Force spoke to the gathering relating information that he had gathered during his stay in Israel. Mayor Marcie Liberman of Miami Beach spoke briefly. I



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PACT TWO %  Jmistrkrkttar_ FRIDAY. MAY 6. I'll Say... By HARRY STMONHOFF Communist Destroyers Of The Jewish Heritage Last year, when tbe fate cf Palestine hur-g ir. the i^alar.ce. Russia threw rts Mi -* %  *:?'-: :--.--. "." N. Male. It s -.<: --::ul %  *-.->; %  :-.-.the Jewish State would bc* ged %  >. .t.: t.-.e =:d .:' ".he -ts. Whether SUi;r.'= -,b;^ttrc *M to Kelp Is: -z--: wt matt, r.ever-.'• feel grateful Communist AntiZionism Ye: B '=**%  *• -' :; "•' %  • ZJOO ~ q aeition i .-.. n Zionists were at 1 ive li.-r.;.-. '..-. the pretext that the* wtn %  centa of Impenalisn] Today this lid hardly be rr.'.J'.h-rC even by the dumbest cluck, arhc parrots 0M party line Yet Lovers of Zion still languiE.'. in S.ber.a and the Arctic Circle And Hon• .;•:'.;..'%  : k lest the Iron Curtain forbid Jews to k -.--Poland, Roumania Hungary, Bulgi Cze lovakis There are too man) it point to their -.:' immigration to IsEarly Soviet Policy :.-. fact the entire Jewish p :' the Soviets Hided in 1 tery When the ;-. %  %  %  : :r. '.:'.' '.:.';;; .rr.rr.ed:ately abolish -cial ar.? religiou discrimination A i if v. rr.b/-.': .-.. for the CTIM flietLen;n virtually bent ; :' k ard in b the Jews For example a harsl itl idi adopted to'.%.--: .-••.•:.g.-.r. ?:.'-•. whether r ;.-".< M Roman, were p rded the res %  r. ;n alliaiu • with private property resting or. the triple f< indatiora erf peculation, profiteering, a.-.d exploitation— en< %  : •'. iinter-rev<. • ary. But Rabbis were not After all Judaism was insignificant in the vast So% :et And maltreatment of Rab.. would identify the Soviet; with the Elac.Jc Hur.dreds. America's Foremost Female Impersonators DANNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E. 15th St Res. 9-3100 The Yevseksia B-*. the i\z : :T. — -.rr.ev. s: r. this*A: :-..=. •%  .: some Jewish party mrntklt farmed a bund called Tevsekssa, On:t again tru truth of a Biblical axirr. wai • : Ihy --vtrsyers ar.d -.tr.ee sp. at ar .-: z.i'.h •••_-" rr.'re effic:er.:y ." % %  .r.g the spir.t-al r.er.tag^ .ts ar. Conversos ir. Spa.r.. whe a.-ew up 24 directives to advise the bate trap the Marranos, were not more rafhha their efforts to pluck out Jud root and branch. The Soviet Gentiles merely had to trail a the • av biased by their Je rolleagnea Eclipse of Russian Judaism Judaism '.as astounded the thinking world with itl ability to survive the -ledge hammer blows of Roman Legions, the degrading laws of Byzantine Err.perors, the fanaticism .'. Moslem hordes, the : jghts '-'. armed knights, the fiery eloquer. •..-.-• %  -._.--. r.* faggots of obdurate Inqui : the violence of mur-| derous mobs, the stagnation of, luffocating Ghettos, the brutality! of barbaric Cossacks, the cruelties of numerous expuh. trangulation of economic boytti the virus of scier.tific AntiSemitism. Yet it was reserved for our generatj n I oder at the eclipse of Russian Judaism within 3 decades of Soviet rule. Tr.e nation is quite simple. Er.emies from without can be held off indefinitely .:' the closed wall .igion. learr.ing. • :-:.t. and observance. But the fortifications are defa • beti ayers and de:'. m within, then the wall itself crumbles quickly •.-. igh. Like the Spar.sh Meshumadim. the Yavseksia knew the weak spots quite well. Tr.ey outlawed Hebrew—something their Gentile confreres refrained from doing with Greek and Latin, sacred to the Orthodox and Catholic faiths. They purged the entire Rabbinical literature by placir.g it on the S viel Index Expurgatorius. Synagogues were converted into r.alls. clubs, or gymnasiums. Like Hadrian of old, tr.ey set stony faces upon teachers who might instruct the young in the rudiments of Judaism. They did their job only too thoroughly. For during the excruciating agor.ies of the war, Stalin found it necessary to restore religion and give the Greek Orthodox Church official standing. But the Jewish renegades had mocked, scorned and ed all loyalties to the Hebcew tradition to the extent that any revival of Judaism in Russia seems hardly possible. Biro-Bidjan These doctrinaires from the Ghetto aimed their keenest shafts at the Zionists. They were acute enough to sense in Zionism the Beth El To Honor Mothers At r'ot> The Sisterhood of Beth El Con 194) gregatior. will hold its first annual Mother's Day luncheon and fashion show on Sunday. May 15 at 1:30 p.m. at the Dora AuBfemorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Childresi from the Beth El Hebrew and Sunday School will model at the show. Mrs. Bea Freeman of the Addie Rose frocks will commentate on the Mn Err.ar.uel Karger. past president wifl act as mistress of censS? Mrs. Eugene J. S, r*^ eral chairman and her &J elude the Mesdames Jack Sh£ Max Rappapon AKred TJ Samuel Geltner. Albert 7-J* Leo Rottenberg and l&tftg Reservations an be %  ** • calling Mrs. Zisr the Beth El office 9-300t^ Kovner To Head llillel < ouncil Walter Kovner i : at :: the H...-: Advisory Council at a me %  -%  .--. last elected to office "EIrj Stone, vice presides; S Rose tecretarj Mn 5. V. ieL tre:;-rr: The group :e:.irt *.: -"-: •hiv meeting ::sd Tr.ursday of each Kovner announced. At prea nt cil is working :r. a detail i :gram for the coming vital force ir. Jewish ----Zionists became declassed citizens, on a par with the Black Hund pogromists, or the Write Russian plotters for a new Czarist regirr.-:As ar. offset to Zion. a imagir.ery Jewish Republic was figmented and given a name and itation. Although this Asiatic land near Mar.chuna is neither Jewish nor a Republic, it has served to delude the well meaning naive. Our own Miami Federation was weak enough to swallow the -Party Line" bydonating $1,000 to Biro Bidjar. at a time when the Hagaran was straining every nerve and sinew to obtain arms and munitions to erect Medir.as Israel. The Time Servers Tr.e turncoat agility of these cold cynics is unbelievable When Stalin gave Hitler the green light to murder and torture Jews and proletarians, these puppets impressed the Kosher seal on that Non-Aggression Pact. Even in Miami, Communist stooges chattered their well rehearsed lines: Hitler was justified in atta England because the British double-crossed the Jews in Palestine. 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FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1949 • 'Jenisli fhrkBan PAGE THREE Councilman Turk Announces Candidacy ,j Beach Councilman Har-. M Turk this week announced! S candidacy for re-election Tune V with a pledge to continue Ms sincere ana aggressive fight I for establishment of a longrange capital improvement progr Campaigning under the new down 'The MAN with a PLAN." Councilman Turk said he would make every effort to obtain approval by the council of his now Smding resolution for setting up a Citizens' Planing Committee. Such a committee, Turk pointed out, representative of all agencies interested in the progress of Miami Beach, would be charged with responsibility of investigation and report on such vital matters as parking areas, zoning parks and beaches, streets' and lighting, the water system, an additional visitor attractions, additional sources of revenue with which to accomplish these developments and many other duties and functions too cumbersome for the council alone to thoroughly investigate. Furthermore, Turk added, he would favor the immediate development of an outstanding sports and recreational program with especial emphasis on swimming, tennis and other activities so ideally suited to this climate. At least two municipal swimming pools would be an important cog in this phase of the program. Turk also favors establishment of a special events department to develop new visitor attractions and cultural programs so needed in a city of the character of Miami Beach. An exponent of moderate-cost housing for municipal employes and school teachers, Councilman Turk also favors a comprehensive study for such a development. Turk's interest in modernizing methods for fire and police protection already has been demonstrated during his year on the council. He has been responsible for sending men from each department to nationaly recognized schools to learn new ideas and return here to teach them in their respective departments. He a\so has recommended the immediate installation of police apparatus to determine drunkenness. An immediate study of the interrelation and interdependence of Miami Beach to surrounding areas for a greater community benefit is among the* topdrawer projects for "the Man with a Plan." Turk was elected to the council two years ago but has served only one year due to lengthy court procedure in which he finallv won his seat. Turk's novel announcement oi njs candidacy was presented in tie form of a televised broadcast over station WTVJ, probaiy making Turk the first man children live at 4312 Royal Palm Ave. He has been here since 1937 Jewish Floridian Wins Test On | Legal Notices The Florida supreme court reHarold Turk in history to officialy announce his campaign for public office through the medium of television. He was accompanied by his wife Stella who participated in the broadcast. The Turks and their three Nhole III Ledge To Hear Wm. Singer William D. Singer, prominent local business man and civic leader, who ^recently returned from a tour of Israel will address the memoers am 7 guests of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, at their regular meeting Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Israel. Singer will express the layman's point of view on his firsthand observations during his trip through Palestine. In addition, two sound movies will be shown entitled: "Homecoming — 1949," narrated by Melvyn Douglas and "Memorandum on a Victory" depicting the battle in the Negev desert and the development of peaceful community life in that area following hostilities. B'nai B'rith is commemorating the first anniversary of Israel's rebirth. Frank Jaffe, lodge secretary, is chairman of the program committee and he will be assisted by Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. Goldie Rand and Mrs. J. Kronenfeld. and a practicing attorney since cently ruled that The Jewish 1938. Turk is chairman of the public relations committee, Conference of Christians and Jews; a member of the boards of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, YM & WHA and the Lighthouse for the Blind, and is past president of the University of Miami Hillel Advisory council and B'nai B'rith. He is a member of the Elks lodge, Chamber of Commerce, Zionist district, Jewish Community Center, Temple Beth Sholom, Exchange club and Civic league. Jr. Hadassah To Honor Mothers The Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah will hold its annual Mother's Day Tea honoring members and their mothers at the Delano Hotel on Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m. Plans also are being formulated for the installation banquet and dance which will take place on May 21. The group held its annual donor dinner recently at Alan Gale's Celebrity Club. Miss Frieda Ankus was donor queen with Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz and Miss Phyllis Wilpon as runners-up. Floridian is acceptable for the publication of legal notices. When Secretary of State R. A. Gray refused to accept a certificate of dissolution published in The Jewish Floridian on the grounds that the paper was a "class publication," the court directed that he accept the certification. The court ruled that the contents and not the class of the subscribers determines whether a, newspaper is acceptable for the l ren will present a program for publication of legal notices. !" e entertainment of their mo! thers and a Mother s Scroll of The court held that although Fame will also be a feature of 85.6 per cent of the oaper's nnld the function. subscribers are Jewish, a portion; Mrs. Norman Russ and Mrs. Jack Lawson are in charge of the luncheon which is being sponsored by the Beth Sholom PTA. Beth Sholom Students Vote For "Honor Mother" The children of Beth Sholem Religious School Sunday voted for the "Honor Mother of the Year." The announcement their vote will be made at the mother-child luncheon tomorrow in the temple banquet hall, according to Sydney J. Greenberg, school principal. The mother-child luncheon will follow a special Mother's Day service, to be conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. In addition to the presentation of the Honor Mother Award, the chilStein Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Max Stein, formerly of 255 Meridian Ave., Miami, Beach and Baltimore, Md., will take place Sunday at 11:30 a.m. in the Orthodox Section of Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky officiating. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. GERTLER TOP SOIL CO. Experts in MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS of its news is of general inteiesi. "Interest of Jews and Gentiles so interfuse and overlap that it would be difficult to point out" where one ends and the other begins, the court stated. 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PAGE FOUR m&rt&ncrkJtor "m>AV, M AY!S 10J EDITORIAL I Year Later When Israel was proclaimed a year ago not even the optimists in our midst were so bold as to predict that the nascent state would rise to high international stature and gain almost universal recognition within a year. Israel was born in strife and in the midst oi hostility from powerful states which were directing world destiny. Yet the infant state walked firmly from the very first day of its birth. Under leadership that was as determined as it was wise, the new state met its enemies on the field of battle and emerged triumphant against odds that would have terrified the less courageous and less faithful. The early days were difficult. For weeks the fortunes of war and position vacillated. Terror swayed over the Holy City and death from above threatened Tel Aviv. Shadows of doubt began creeping over those of us who beheld the struggle from afar. But the fearless men and women in Israel were guided by a faith that knew no defeat. In the end, after being tested in a crucible of fire that was not of Arab making alone, their faith was rewarded with victory. The miracle of the many succumbing to the few re-asserted itself in Jewish history. But that was only the first phase in the struggle for revival and survival. Modern wars aie not won on the fields of battle alone. There was to follow a series of diplomatic skirmishes aimed at doing to Israel with the scalpel of statesmanship what the Arabs were failing to accomplish with gun and fire. The diplomatic war against Israel, within and without the precincts of the United Nations, is still on. But all signs point to the fact that Israel will not come out second best in that phase of the test. As Israel enters the second year of its existence the early elation and joy give way to the realization that difficult days aie still ahead. The absorption of tens upon tens of thousands of immigrants, the transformation of the country from a war to a peace economy, the kneading of fresh elements into a social and intellectual entity, the housing and employment situations, the estab1SAACL. an hr JjR, a&&&t 1 lishment of firm government structures, the effectuation of diplomatic and trade relations, the building of industry and manufacture, the placement of manpower in agriculture and related activities—these, and others, are among the many problems with which Israel must cope in the future. The task is not an easy one. But neither is it impossible of attainment if there is peace and there is no diminution of interest among Jewry in what Israel means to the tens of thousands of Jews in Europe and in the Moslem countries whose sole hope for survival rests in resettlement in the Jewish state. National Hospital Day Slowly but surely, without too much fag for the present, Mt. Sinai Hospital is comma te being. Work is progressing steadily on the site of k Nautilus and the trustees and the doctors looking forward to occupancy by early M Needless to say the additional hospital bed, will be of invaluable service and the a.dd<| facilities that will be provided in excellent jm roundings will fulfill the hopes of these man years for our Jewish Community. An opportunity to inspect Mt. Sinai group, m 4300 Alton Road will present itself as National Hospital Day is observed next Thursday. Hosta fa the occasion will be the newly formed Women', Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai. Purpose of the Women's Auxiliary is to interpret the Mt. Sinai Hospital to the community, to be of service to the hospital and the hospital patients, to supplement the work of the Social Service Department, to operate Gift and Coffe* Shops, to undertake to furnish funds for specific needs in the hospital, and to interpret the needj of the hospital and the patients of the hospital to the board of trustees. Formed by a group of women just ten monthi ago the auxiliary's acceptance to the community can be described in no better manner than to reveal that its membership already exceeds 1400. The auxiliary is open to all women of serioui purpose and good standing in this community and the surrounding area. National Hospital Day offers the women of this community an opportunity to join the Mt Sinai Auxiliary—a privilege of serving a most worthy project and to the public an opportunity to se Mt. Sinai in the progress of becoming a reality. YMHA Home Camp Plans Completed The eleventh season of the home camp of the Miami Y will ^ open Monday morning, June 27.' and will continue for a period of eight weeks thereafter, Mrs. Ada Sheiner, chairman has announced. The camp will be held on the Y grounds at 450 S.W. 16th Ave. and will employ all buildings and indoor facilities as well as an entire block of playground area. Mrs. Sheiner stated that this year the Miami Y Home Camp will be bigger and better than ever before. "It will adhere to the theory and principle that camps should provide fun. health, character and personality development, new skills, and training for democracy and citizenship," she said. Particular stress and emphasis will be given to Jewish content in the overall programming. There will be informal dramatics, metalcraft, softball, badminton, nature lore, Jewish holiday projects, photography, ping pong, group games, basketball, newspaper, Youth Council, leathercraft, baton twirling, folk dancing, Oneg Shabbat, ballet, music and tumbling. Hikes and visitations will be arranged for the older groups. Besides the regular camp program, swimming instruction will be given at the Beach where the children will be taken Jen1st rkriJg&n Published every Friday since 1W/ oy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N '£.. Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami. Fit., under the Act of March i. 1879. The Jewish Floridian ha* absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Sevan Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Ssrvlce, National Editorial Association, American Aaaoclation of EnglishJewish Nawspaoers. Florida Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Or.e Year 1 3.00 Two Yaara 1 6.00 Obituaries JACOB DAVIS Age 62. W. Miami Ave., small loan offlcr proprietor and local resident for 23 years, died unexpectedly at his home, 410 N.E. 31st St., Monday night He wan associated with his brother. Gordon, in the Davis Loan office He leaves his wife, Esther; a %  on J >aeph, Miami, a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Burgower. Houston, Tex.; two sisters. Mrs. Annie Lachowiu, Miami, and Mrs. Klanche Kabhan, Miami Beach; and another brother, I* H., Santa Monica, Cal. Services war* held Tuesday In Gordon Funeral Home with burial In the Temple 1snutl plot in Graceland Cemetery. SOLOMON WALLMAN Of 2900 Prairie Ave Miami Beach, died April 29 He leaves his wife, Sarah; a son, Eugene; brothers, Harry and James, sisters. Mrs. Yetta Klebanoff, Hanah Kazer, Elba Klelnman, Sarah Kopekin and Mary Koplloff; one granddaughter. Services were held at the Beach Riverside Memorial 'hapel with Interment at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MARTIN J. 8TRELITZ Of 1641 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, died Sunday In a local hospital after a short illness. A resident of the Greater Miami area for the past 12 years, he was widely known in wearing apparel circles. Survivors Include the widow, Freda; daughter, Mrs. Marian Wall; brother. Julius; sisters, Hattie, Gertrude and Estelle Strelltz. Services were held at the Beach Riverside Memorial Chapel with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 18 FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1949 IYAR 1, 5709 BENJAMIN GOLONER Age 69, of 1545 Euclid Ave Miami Beach, died April 15 In New York. He was a resident of this area for eight years. He is survived by his wife, Rose: three daughters, Mrs. Leonora Morris. New York, Mrs. Ruth Robins and Dorothy of this city. Interment took place at Mt. Hebron Cemetery, Hushing. E. I. The administration of the camp will be under the supervision of Julius Samuels, activities director of the Miami Y, who will serve as camp director. A staff consisting of experienced counselors, trained by Mr. Samuels, will assist him. Registrations are now being accepted at the Miami Y, and because of limitations of space Mrs. Sheiner suggests that those interested make immediate applications. Members of the Home Camp committee, besides Mrs. Sheiner, are: Louis Alpert, Bernice Dubler, Frieda Feinberg, J. Martin Fishman, Helen Fried, Nat Gans, Ada Glasser, Sylvia Kirk, Eleanore Kleinman, Ray Malkin, Lillian Mclion, Dorothy Mintzer, Martin Rubinstein, Sandy Rubinstein, Helen Sedon, Mary Simon, Mrs. Kurt Singer, Dr. and Mrs. I. Slotsky, Mrs. John Temple, Mrs. Lewis Sternshein and Mrs. Monroe Gelb. Tamara Chapter To Install Officers Mrs. Charles Turk will be installed as president of the Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women, Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the Tides Hotel, 13th St. and Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. Other officers who will be seated at the ceremonies include: Mrs. Israel Slotsky, Mrs. Henry Chill, Mrs. Yoma Sternstein, Mrs. Sam Schachno, vice presidents; Mrs. Clara Goldenburg, treasurer; Mrs. Lilian Bogden, financial secretary; Mrs. Ben Kazer, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jack Kane, recording secretary; Mrs. Simon April, chaplain. Councilman Harold Turk will act as installing officer and Harold Shapiro will be master of ceremonies. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will be presented with a life membership by Mrs. Ida Karger, national representative and regional director. Maurice the Great, magician, will entertain and Mrs. Rosalie Cheyette will present the chapter with two of her paintings to be sold at a later date. Refreshments will follow the ceremonies. Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg will be hostess for the evening. All members and friends are invited to attend the affair. No solicitations will be made. Roppaport Will Head Miami Beach Masada Newly elected president of Miami Beach Masada is Gil Rappaport. Others elected to office are: Dave Liebman, vice president; Abe Hirshbein, treasurer; Ted Nelson, financial secretary; Bernice Dogoloff, corresponding secretary; Lee Sunshine, recording secretary; Fred Rosen, board chairman. Piano Pupils To Present Recital The Miami Conservatory will present a dual recital by Frayda Buch, 10, and Richard LaMarr, 16, at the Miami Woman's Club, May 13, at 8 p.m. Both are piano pupils of Hans Barth, eminent artist, composer and teacher. Frayda started her music study at six and a half in New York. She studied under Miss Anastasia Nugent, James W. Bleeker and Miss Kate S. Chittenden, former dean of music at Vassar College, dean and founder of the American Institute of Applied Music and founder and head of music at Hartley House Settlement. Although Frayda has lived in Miami less than a year, she has appeared in recitals at the conservatory, before the PTA of her school, Shenandoah Elementary, and before other groups. Richard studied under Elinor Clark Linton before going to New York to studv on a scholarship. Since his return, he has been a pupil of Mr. Barth. The program will include selections by Barth, Bach, Beethoven, Handel, Mozart, Massenet, Mac Dowell. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. Sorority Elects Officers Dorothea Blumberg was recently elected chancellor of Rho Chapter of Iota Alpha Pi sorority. Others elected to office were: Sherlene Gershon, vice chancellor, Joan Ginsberg, recording secretary; Jacqueline Rose, corresponding secretary; Rhoda Eckerman, pledge mother, Melba Simon, treasurer. B & P Hadassah To Stage Party The Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah will hold a benefit games party Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. at the Park Central Hotel, 640 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. Ruth Smolensky, Goldie Sanders, and Fannie Levitt are in charge of arrangements. i Proceeds of the affair will be allocated to Hadassah Medical Organization and child welfare. The public is invited to attend. The group will hold an election of officers Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. The following slate will be presented by the nominating committee, composed of Fannie Levitt, chairman, Ruth Schwartz, Ruth Steinberg, Doris Brod and Sofie Zohn: president, Rosalyn Klein; first vice president, Ruth Smolensky; second vice president, Maralene Lurie; treasurer, Goldie Sanders; Corresponding secretary, Stella Fisher; recording secretary, Bunny Kandel. Nominations will also be accepted from the floor. Beach Center To Hear Professor* "Israel—Old and New" will ij the general theme of the Mian Beach Jewish Center's Men's Club meeting to be held on Monday at 8:15' p.m. in the patio of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1701 Washington Ave. Dr. Berthold C. Friedl will discuss "The Rebirth of Jewish Culture" and Prof. Sydney Horoviti will describe "Jewish Folklore. Movies of Israel and musical entertainment will also be presented. Dr. Friedl, who was for some time researcher in Jewish education with the Bureau of Jewish Education in Chicago, is ua author of the Hebrew Reading Test (Vivorech Dovid), the only such work, and has a V knowledge of Jewish culture. During the war, in his capacity as U. S. Army Scientific Consultant, he participated in 8* first American commission whicn opened the concentration camps in Germany. Dr. Friedl was educated in Chicago and Paris, where he took his Doctor If Lettres from the Sorbonne. n* is now professor at the University of Miami. ... Professor Horovitz is on tne faculty of the English departmem at the Univerity of Miami aw will be a visiting professor at m University of Havana this summer. He has done graduate siuay in the field of Jewish folklore ana made a collection of Jew* stories. Unr0 Dr. Friedl and Professor How vitz are also conducting an ecui" tional tour for students to Mie tine and Paris this summer. The public is invited to atteno the meeting. Mrs. Herzog Honored The Women's Year Bound Council of the Greater £ Jewish Federation honored Isaac Herzog, wife of lsr e d av chief rabbi, at a tea P*fiE. afternoon at the home of MrsJennie Grossinger. rrnS ingHostesses were Mrs. Gross'"* er. Mrs. Jack Ablin and Milton Sirkin. .„ m mittee On the program commj were Mrs. Abe Goodman. Irving Lehrman, Mrs-Monte S* and Mrs. Leon Kaplan. ..... —. .. • %  %  I ._ .. I %  -. .. WkaaattaaWmtWOimwi Irri



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*n>; -Jewish fktrkttoti PAGE FIVE Dr. Kaplan To Head Florida Rabbis Dr Jacob H. Kaplan was reflected president of the Florida Rabbinical Association at the ; P nth convention of the group Si in Palm Beach and West Palm Beach on Sunday and MonL M ay 1 and 2. Sixteen rabbis \& ten cities in the state atPnded the meeting at the Sun A i Surf Club in Palm Beach and ? h n eleth El synagogue in West Palm Beach. The conference was opened mindav afternoon with religious JSS led by Rabbi D. Raab of M ami Beach at the home of RabS M Greenstein of West Palm Reach In the literary evening that followed Rabbis Chapman of St Petersburg; Engel of Gainesville and Greenstein led the disrSunday night the members of the association were the guests of the local B'nai B'rith Lodge at their installation banquet at the Sun and Surf club. Rabbi M. Skop of Orland* was the guest speaker Mrs. M. Skop presented a skit. Morning morning sessions were opened with a religious service led by Rabbi Okalica of Dayonta Beach, and an address by Dr. J. H. Kaplan. Taking part in the Kallah discussion session held in the morning were Rabbis Skop, Mescheloff of Miami Beach, Chapman and Michaels of St. Petersburg. The Jewish community was host to a convention luncheon which preceded the opening of the afternoon sessions. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff presented a Talmudic lectures on "The Sanctity of Israel" which was discussed by Rabbis Kaufman, Okalica, Singer of West Palm Beach, Engel of Gainesville and Grauer of Miami. Rabbi Warnik of Tampa led the discussion on a "Code of Ethics" in which the following took part: Rabbis W. Ranson of Ft. Lauderdale, A. Michaels, D. Raab, Singer and M. Kaufman of Hollywood. Other officers chosen were: Rabbi Wornik, secretary-treasurer; Rabbi Ckalica, vice president I and convention chairman. Day[ tona Beach was chosen as the convention city for 1950, the convention is scheduled to begin the second Sunday after Passover. KvpouAed on the publications committee were Rabbis Skop, April and Mescheloff; on the ethics committee: Rabbis Shapiro, Kronish and Grauer; on the pulpit service committee: Rabbis Skop, Lehrman and Zwitman. The convention was closed at a public meeting held at the Beth El synagogue. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan presented the presidential address. Speaker of the evening was Rabbi Max Shapiro who spoke on "A Message from Israel." The meeting was closed with a religious service led by Rabbi M. Greenstein. Bureau To Hold Seminar Hy Pomerantz, extension activities director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, anounces that the final Leader Seminar for this Jewish year will be held on Wednesday night at 8:15 p.m. at the Bureau Library, 318 Congress Throughout the year seminars *ere held before each Jewish lestival, to discuss ideas for programming and to teach the apSSPV**? holiday songs to the m leaders. At this seminar Lag corner and Shavouth songs and games will be taught. : lo l .further information regarding the seminar, please call the £5S U of Jewi sh Education at 3-5858 or 9-0489 Mother's Day Program Set For Cardiac Home The combined chapters of the National Children's Cardiac Home will present a Mother's Day program at the Melvin Cohen Hall on the grounds of the home at at 2:30 p.m. 4250 West Flagler St., on Sunday Frayda Buch, ten year old pianist, will appear as guest artist. Frayda studied, while in New York under Miss Kate S. Chittenden, former dean of the pi?no department of Vassar College and ls n ow studying Hans Barth. The general public is invited to participate in the afternoon's activities. Beach Jewish Community Center Is Termed Nuisance In Injunction Suit The Miami Beach Jewish Community Center's new building at Washington Ave.and 17th St. was termed a nuisance in a suit for injunction filed Saturday in Circuit Court by the adjoining property owners. The suit was brought by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Diamond and Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Cassel. They charged that the Centet recently installed a large canopy at which religious services, dances, parties and lectures are held. I .'. • \r £ %  &&£ it These activities, they contend, result in loud noises and such disturbance that guests in neighboring apartments are unable to sleep. Hearing on a temporary restraining order was held Monday before Judge Marshall C. Wiseheart. George J. Talianoff appeared on behalf of the Center and requested a ten-day postponement which was granted. Last year a similar suit was brought against Temple Isaiah. Mrs. Doran Zinner Flamingo Unit Of Cardiac Home To Install Leaders Mrs. Doran Zinner will be installed as president of the Flamingo Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home at a luncheon to be held at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel Wednesday afternoon. Dade Chapter, the original chapter, will perform the ceremonies. Others who will take office are: Mrs. Lou Grossman, Mrs. Sam Magaziner, Mrs. Lawrence Feinberg, vice president; Mrs. Murray Dacks, treasurer; Mrs. Jerome Cohen, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Arnold Rosen, financial secretary; Mrs. Leslie Fairmont, recording secrtary; Mrs. Max Heller, hospitality chairman; Mrs. Harold Kam, happy hearts chairman; Mrs. Dennis Ratthaus, publicity chairman; Mrs. Irving Fagen, telephone chairman; Mrs. Murrel Kastan, chaplain; Mrs. Norman Sommers, parliamentarian. Members of the board of directors include: the Mesdames Stanley Frankel, Seymour Friedman, Stanley Borenstein, Arthur Baida, Edmund Perls. Isenberg To Head Temple Men's Club Michael M. Isenberg was elected president of the Men's Club of Temple Israel last week. Isenberg, a Miami attorney, is chairman of the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Arbitration Committee and president of the Chicago Club of Greater Miami. A It. colonel in World War II, Isenberg is a Scottish Rite Mason and a Shriner. Other officers elected were: Max Holtsberg, Edward Klein, G. Louis Mendelson, vice presidents; Norman Giller, secretary; Dave Stuzin, financial secretary; Max Shapiro, treasurer. Members of the board of directors include: Jerome Freehling, Harry Diamond, Henry Hirsch, Norman Rossman, Louis Gillman, Jerome Cohen, Harold F. Fisher, Harry Boyell, Herman Binder, Phil Schiff, J. M. Weinstein, L. T. Buckstell, Ed Lovitz, H. E. Kauffman, Frank Perlman. Contest Plans Discussed Plans for a song contest to be held May 29 and a map contest to be held June 1 were discussed at a meeting of the Chaim Weizmann Junior Young Judaea held at the Miami Y Tuesday night. Boys between the ages of 10 and 15 interested in joining the group are asked to call 3-5854. STILL THE BEST* THE ORIBINAL KOSHER KITCHEN SOAP For cleaning dishes, glassware pots and pans. Economical '>.o little goes a long way Ml t'GGrsr CAM Of KOSMit SOAP rot rou MONIY. WITH TO*. WOTCM mtroKMANci M* umMcr/ON OUAIAMTHOf HV^" I' IT'S ROKEACH IT'S KOSHER Distributed by PA1M mSTRIBI TORS, INC. M N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. phon# 3 888



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PAGE SIX + kHlstfkrklto* !" DAY,MA YZ? Tropical Lodge To Sponsor Danee A membership dance, originally scheduled for last Saturday night, by Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith, has been postponed until tomorrow night at 8:30 at the Delmonico Hotel, 6395 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. According to an announcement by President A. Budd Cutler, the event will highlight the current B'nai B'rith drive for new members. Mike Sussman is membership chairman and is heading the arrangements committee for the affair. Tickets may be obtained from members of Tropical Lodge or at the door. The lodge has announced its calendar of events in community service and social activities for the next two weeks. A membership drive breakfast is scheduled for Sunday at a place to be announced. A swimming party is scheduled at a Miami Beach hotel for Monday. The lodge will entertain members of the Emma Lazarus Chapter, Business and Profesional Women of B'nai B'rith, at a dinner dance at the Atlantis Hotel on Thursday, May 12. On Sunday, May 15. members of the lodge's community service committee will entertain patients of the National Children's Cardiac Home. FDR Chapter Members Are Jai-Alai Amateurs Four members of FDR Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Men have joined the ranks of amateur JaiAlai cesta wielders, it has recently been revealed by Joel Vogel. past president of the group. Harold Booth, group president, Herbert Lowe, Merton Wetstein and Norman Frank have been receiving coaching from some of the world's finest professionals who played during the season at the Miami Fronton. Another member of FDR Chapter who has taken avidly to the game is Joe Tanenbaum, sports writer for the Miami Daily News who attends the University of Miami. This is the first time that the unusual Basque sport has been included in the activities programs of Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Lodges. The FDR Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Men consists of members between the ages of 21 and 27 who are interested in promoting service programs. Young men interested in this group may contact President Harold Booth at 1152 S.W. 10th St. or phone 2-4304. Pictured at a surprise party given last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Minties in honor of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Shedroff are (1. to r.)l the hosts. Mrs. Miriam Gingold of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Shedroff. Mrs. Ceha Rubin, Mrs. Isaac Kaplan and Mr. Kaplan. Other guests at the party were Mrs. Harry Faber, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Altschul of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Liebman. Mrs. M. Wittner. Mrs. R. Gratz, Mrs. R. De Yong. Mrs. Sol Kamin. Mrs. Miriam Wolfman, Mr. and Mrs. L. Krantz. Mrs. Z. Gingold. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. A. Boris, Mrs. Lena Weiner. Mrs. Shedroff is president of Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach. Mrs. Mintzes is Moatzat Hapoaiot chairman of the club. Mrs. Miriam Gingold is a member of the national executive board of the Pioneer Women. Mrs. Kaplan is president of the Council of Pioneer Women Fink Elected Head Of Harvard Law Forum Richard Krieger Fink, 1114 Alton Road, Miami Beach, has been elected president of the Harvard Law School Forum for the coming year. Fink is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, attended the University of Miami under the Navy V-12 program and obtained his bachelor of science degree at the University of California at Los Angeles. The son of Dorothy Krieger Fink and grandson of Mrs. Moses Krieger of the Alton Road address, he expects to complete his course at Harvard Law School with the class of 1950. Elaine Swartz Elcctod Proxy Elaine Swartz has been elected president of the Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter, BBYW, for the 1949-50 year to succeed Mrs. Sidney Gubernick. Also elected to serve with Miss Swartz were: vice president, Arlene Sisselman; treasurer, Norma Thalblum; recording secretary, Marcia Sable; corresponding secretary, Betty Ann Brown; historian, Ruth Kapp. Officers will be installed at a party at the Palm Tea room on Monday, May 9, at 8:30 p.m. Leaders Of Three Faiths To Make Havana Cruise Chaplains of Jewish, Protestant and Catholic faiths have been assigned to the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Cuban cruise to Havana, which will sail on May 9 and return May 13, Admiral Herbert A. Frink has announced. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, the Rev. J. Mitchell Taylor of All Souls Episcopal Church and the Rev. Francis J. Dunleavy of St. Patrick's Church, all members of the Miami Beach Kiwanis Club, will take part in the cruise. Labor Zionist Council Will Present Show A variety show and concert will be presented by the Labor Zionist Council on May 22 at Flamingo Park, Miami Beach, according to an announcement by I. S. Shapoff, chairman of the council. Purpose of the show is to provide funds for camp scholarships for Habonim members. On the arrangements committee for the affair are Abba Cherniack, visiting Habonim organizer, Samuel A. Golden, Mrs. Isaac Puchkin, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Queen, Mrs. Lena Mintzes, Harold G. Shapiro and Mrs. Sam Zabarsky. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit* and Colored Help Phonei 9-5317 — 9-6727 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner B & P B'nai B'rith Unit Presents Gifts To Hillel Emma Lazarus Chapter Business and Professional Women's B'nai B'rith recently presented floor lamps and classical phonograph records to the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, it is announced by Miss Ethel Pont, president of the group. The chapter sent 11 delegates to the state B'nai B'rith convention in Havana, Cuba. The group recently appropriated $50 as a contribution to the Leo Levi Memorial Hospital in Hot Springs, Ark. This is the nonsectarian hospital supported by B'nai B'rith voluntary contributions. Beach Y To Celebrate Fifth Anniversary The Miami Beach YMHA will celebrate its fifth anniversary at the annual meeting to be held May 15. Harry Zukernick, chairman of the fifth anniversary committee, announces. The evening will start with a brief business meeting at which time there will be nomination and election of officers. This will be followed by a program in which all the activities of the Y will be featured. Dancing will follow the program. Dr. M. L. Ebelmesser DENTIST Announces the Opening of his new office at 100 CORAL WAY (Miracle Mile) Coral Gables, Florida Formerly at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Phone 48-4023 For Dependable Reliable Service Call "The Real McCoy" 89-2278 McCOY TYPEWRITER SERVICE Free Estimates—Pick-up and Delivery Keys and Radio Repair 9700 N.W. 7th Ave. The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. 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A Snapper Croak Above are the newly elected officers of the Coral Gables District of the Zionist Organization of America, who will be installed at a banquet in the patio of the Robert Clay Hotel May 12. Sitting left to right are Mrs. Polly Bean, recording secretary; Sidney Sanders, president; Mrs. Morris Simon, corresponding secretary. Standing are Lester Toloff, treasurer; Harold G. Shapiro, second vice president; Morris Simon, third vice president; Oscar lechulc first vice president. panied on the piano by his mother, Mrs. Harry Schub by his mother, Mrs. Harry Schub. Lyons will serve as oastmaster for the evening. Gables Zionists To Hold Installation The Coral Gables District of the Zionist Organization of America will commemorate Israel's first anniversary of its independence with a ceremony which will install the newly formed district's first group of permanent officers. The installation, Which will be in the form of a banquet, will be held on Thursday, May 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the Robert Clay Hotel. Serving as chairman of the committee arranging the installation is Norman R. Lyons. Assisting Lyons are Harold George Shapiro, Mrs. Morris Simon and Mrs. N. R. Lyons. Officers to be installed are: president, Sidney M. Sanders; first vice president, Oscar C. Lelchuck; second vice president, Harold Geo. Shapiro; third vice president, Morris Simon; recording secretary, Miss Polly J. Beane; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Morris Simon; and treasurer, Lester Toloff. m Rabbi Leon Kronish will address the gathering and the program will include a j/iolin solos by Ross Schub, a member of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Schub will be accomNorth Shore Units To Install Officers Plans are underway for the North Shore Lodge and Women's Chapter joint installation banquet and dance to be held Wednesday, May 25 at 7 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel. 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AGE EIGHT \leHistthrknan_ FRIDAY, MAY? 194? Abbey-Starr Jack Tendrich Jack H. Tendrich To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Tendrich. 3043 Elizabeth St., Coconut Grove, anounce that their son, Jack Herman, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 8:30 at Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. The confirmand attends Cocor.ut Grove Junior High School, where he is a member of the dramatics club and a former member of the school band. He is also a Boy Scout. A reception will follow the ceremony in the Dora August Mtrr.orial Hall of the synagogue. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Marriage Announced Mrs. P. Goldsmith, 945 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, annour.ee:> the marriage of her daughter. Mrs. Jeanette Goldsmith Yateman. formerly of Baltimore, Md., to Dr. Ernest Katzman, South Norwalk, Conn. The ceremony, followed by a luncheon, was held ;it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Roser.stock, Baltimore, on April 20. The bride was given away by her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldsmith. Mrs. Katzman has been living in Miami Beach, where she was active in Hnriassah and and Jewish welfare work. After a honeymoon in Miami Beach, Dr. and Mrs. Katzma-. will make their home in South Norwalk. where he is engaged in the practice of denstistry. —Tropical Joseph B. Warshaw Joseph Warshaw To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Warshaw. 422 S.W. 25th Road, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Joseph, to be held tomorrow morning at 9 o"clock at Congregation Beth David. Joseph is a student at Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is treasurer of his class. The Warshaws will be hosts at a reception lr. Joseph's honor Sundav afternoon from 4 to 7 p.m. at the" Monte Carlo Hotel, 6551 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Out-of-towners who have come to Miami for the Bar Mitzvah are Joseph's rriite.-nal grandparents, Mr. and Mis. I. Monashefsky, uncles and aur.ts, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Monashefsky. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Weg and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stern, all of New York. Personally Speaking Mrs. Fannie Silverman, 723 2nd St.. Miami Beach, left this week for Brighton. Mass.. where she will spend the summer with her son-m-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Shvirsky. 1719 Commonwealth Ave. While in the North Mrs. Silverman will attend the wedding of her grandson. David Squire, to be held May 17 in Springfield. Mass. ^ !" !" Mrs Max Kuker and children, Alan, Howard and Karen, are visiting for a month at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis, 1211 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Freda Shifman, 245 9th St., Miami Beach, was called to New Castle, Pa., due to the sudden death of her father, Eli Shifman on Thursday, April 21. Currently honeymooning at Miami Beach's Shelborne Hotel axe Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Epstein, Richmond. Va., whose marriage was a recent event in Richmond. She is the former Natalie Goldstein and was a frequent visitor to Miami Beach before her marriage. The Epsteins recently were guests of honor at a dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Segal, 4701 Alton Road, uncle and aunt of the bride. The Segals attended the newlyweds' wedding at Richmond. Three Chicago houseguests of the Ben P. Kazers, 3524 S.W. 3rd Ave., returned Sunday night from a tour of the West Indies. The visitors from the Windy City are Mrs. Kazer's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Norman S. Rachlin, and their friend, Aaron J. Metcoff. The Rachlins and Mr. Metoff visited San Juan, Puerto Rico; Port au Prince, Haiti; Kingston, Jamaica; Havana and Veradero Beach, Cuba. Tomorrow night Mrs. Kager will hold open house in honor of her guests. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Pomerance, 1535 West 21st St., Sunset Isle No. 4, Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, William Allan, Tuesday at St. Francis Hospital. The Pomerances are the parents of another sen, David, 4. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lazarus, 2814 S.W. 26th St., announce the birth of a daughter, Nancy Barbara, on April 17. The baby's grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Posner, and aunt, Phyllis Posner, of New York, were on hand to welcome the new arrival. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Coverman and child, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman and children are all in Roanoke, Va., to attend the Bar Mitzvah of the son of Dr. and Mrs. David Silver. Mrs. Silverman is Mrs. Adelman's niece. Judge Beckham To Speak Judge Walter H. Beckham. judge of the Juvenile Court, will address the members of Sr.olem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. at their weekly luncheon club today at 12:15 p.m. at the Downtowner Restaurant. Seybold Building. "What the Nation's Juvenile Judges Are Doing" will be the subject of Judge Bcckham's address. He will review the national convention of Juvenile Judges held recentiv. Rosenberg-Jacobs United In the presence of the immediate families in Rabbi Simon April's study Miss Pearl E. Rosenberg became the bride of Aaron M. Jacobs. Rabbi April preformed the ceremony. The bride is a Hebrew teacher at the Natioral Children's Cardiac Home. Mrs. Abrams Entertains Mrs. F. Abrams was hostess at a luncheon for members of the Daughters of Israel and friends Sunday at the Hotel Abrams, 302 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Honor guests at the affair were Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and family, Rabbi H. M. Kagan and family, Cantor Berele Kelemer and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard. Eightyfive attended the affair. %  -* %  %  r* Turk, her fath.r, Samuel Wohl.tadter. and her thrS-year S?in j^tL?^ honoring Mr., attended by more then 500 friend., although no individual taiitX'nf t.u ^ ^H" h0 ^ W Mr.. Turk. Jonathan. Councilman Turk and Mr. Wohl.tadrS "*' L# to riflhl — t*Man Photo Dolores Ann Levick Dolores Ann Levick Betrothal Revealed The engagement of Dolores Ann Levick to Ernest E. Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harris. 1820 S.W. 11th Terr., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Levick, 637 Malaga, Coral Gabies. The bride-elect is a sophomore at the University of Miami. She is corresponding secretary of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, vice president of the Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women, treasurer of the Home Economics Club and advertising manager of the Hillel Herald. Mr. Harris a graduate of the University of Miami School of Business Administration. An Army Air Force veteran of two years, he is now treasurer of Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Elks Support Miami As Medical School Location Selection of Miami as the site for the proposed state medical school was urged this week by the Miami Elks Lodge .Vo. 948, according to Sam J. Heiman, chairman of the Social and Community Welfare committee. Resolutions supporting the pending location bill in the legislature were adopted and sent to Gov. Warren, each member of the House and Senate and to newspapers throughout South Florida. Lodge members pointed out that existent hospital, research and laboratory facilities in Miami are the best in the state and that trained physicians and dentists are available for teaching staffs. 8 urdines It's New! It's Marvelous! It's MIRACLOTH 69c 5 yard roll Wonderful, "miracle cloth lightens all housework! Miracloth is actually a fabric tiny rayon fibres bonded together with cellulose which prevents dirt or grease from being absorbed. Thus Miracloth can be rinsed and reused time after time. • Lint free, .treakless. chamoil-like in use. • Always the right ixe • • because you tear off just the site you need from the row • Polishes, waxes, deans .tains. rine away! e m times a. absorbent cloth! e Fire lona tasting yards in convenient rollforml •urdlna's. Miami. Houtewsret. Fifth Flow I iA T ,^i/L*z£x$£ t£^&&. i £.t£$'?k'.t A'?^^;i'-v zs.-i. 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SAY. MAY6_1949_ Jewish norldflar PAGE NINE Gertrude Kutzen ertrude Kutzen To IVcd Dr. Edelman June 19 In Detroit Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Kutzen of Detroit, Mich., announce the engagement of their daughter, Gerude to Dr. E. JEdelman, son Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Edelman, iliami Beach. Miss Kutzen is a graduate of %  he Wayne University School of education where she majored in Ipeech correction. She is a memKf of the Honorary Education Bocietv at Wayne University and Hasada and served as a major n the UJA Campaign in Detroit. Dr. Edelman, who is a graduate of the University of Michigan kid the Chicago College of OsJeopathic Medicine and Surgery, nterned at Lakeside Hospital, Kansas City, Mo. During the past Ihree years, he has been engaged to an active practice on Miami Beach. He is secretary of the Dade pounty Ostcopathic Physicians Issociation, a member of the joard of trustees of Masada, a director of the Miami Beach Zionist District and chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth tottvmission. TM: couple plan to be married June 19 in Detroit, and after a -honeymoon trip along the Eastern %  Seaboard, will return to Miami Beach where they will reside. [Pioneer Women To Meet Golda Meyerson Club of PioIneer Women's Organization will Ihold a regular meeting Tuesday, [May 10, at 8 p.m. at the Congregation Beth El. All members are I urged to be present. Laurayne May Will Wed Edwin Gordon The betrothal of Laurayne Audry May to Edward Gerald Gordon, son of Mrs. David Levin Baltimore, Md. and Dania, and the late Julius Gordon, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert May, Hollywood. Miss May, who is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Markowitz, 130 Jefferson Ave., Miami, is a senior at South Broward High School, where she is assistant business manager of the school year book and a member of the newspaper staff. She is a graduate of the Gibson School of Modeling. Her fiance attended Forest Park High School, Baltimore and Thomas A. Edison Technical College. He is a member of the Baltimore chapter of Sigma Phi Pi fraternity. The wedding will take place in the late summer. Joyce F. Baker United To Henry Roman In a double ring ceremony at the Roney Plaza Hotel on April 10, Miss Joye Francine Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baker, 1800 S.W. 16th Terr., became the bride of Henry Roman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Roman, Westchester, N. Y. The bride, who was dressed in traditional white satin, was attended by Mrs. Max Tendrich, matron of honor, and a cousin, Miss Anita Seidel, Hull, Mass., maid of honor. Edward Lippman was best man. The bride's veil was held in place by a crown of seed pearls and her bible was adorned with white orchids. Mrs. Tendrich was attired in flamingo faille and Miss Seidel in peach lace. After a honeymon in the North, the couple will live in Miami. The bride attended the University of Miami and is a member of Iota Alpha Pi. Mr. Roman is connected with the motion picture industry. Stadiems Joined In Charleston Rites Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Z. Pace, 1525 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, announce the marriage of their daughter, Delia, to Abraham Stadiem. The couple exchanged vows March 27 in the Francis Marion Hotel, Charleston, S. C, with members of the immediate families present. Mrs. M. J. Gerstein, Miami, seved as matron of honor for her niece. Isaac Stadiem, Kinston, N. C, was his brother's best man. They are the sons of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Stadiem. Kinston. Following the ceremony, the Paces were hosts at a dinner party in the hotel. The bride, a former resident of Pittsburgh, attended the Carnegie Institute of Technology and the University of Miami. Before her marriage she was employed in Miami Beach. Atfer a wedding trip North, the couple will reside in Kinston where Mr. Stadiem is in business. Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stutz of New York anounce the engagement of their daughter, Evelyn, to Albert Budlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Budlow, 1104 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, formerly of Baltimore, Md. The bride-elect is a graduate of Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. Mr. Budlow graduated from the University of Maryland and is now affiliated with a New York concern. Wedding plans will be announced at a later date. Mrs. —TX'Man Photo Alvin J. Glick FLOWERS— the ideal sentiment for MOTHER Rember Mother on Mothers Da y by sending the one gift that truly expresses the s 'gnificance of the day. Make it a lovely corsage, a beautiful boquet, a blooming plant—Say it with Flowers. Mrs. Van Ness Feted Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, newly elected president of Temple Isaiah Sisterhood was % honored with a luncheon at the Sea Isle by board members. Those attending included: the Mesdames Grace Tucker, Gilbert Balkin, Ann Berry, J. B.Keys, J. Brodsky, Kate Simon, J. Perlmutter, Ben Silver and Miss Sadie Alexander. Bride-Elect To Be Feted Mrs. Bernard Abbott and Mrs. Minkoff will honor Miss Ruth Steinberg, bride-elect of William Feldman, at a miscellaneous shower to be held Sunday from 2:30 to 5 p.m. on the lawn of Mrs. Minkoffs home, 1941 S.W. 17th Terr. Family and close friends of the honoree have been invited. The wedding will take place June 19. Beryle Axlrod Wed To Alvin J. Gliek The marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J. Glick took place Sunday, March 20, at the Elks' Hall, Miami Beach. The bride, the former Beryle Axlrod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axlrod, 1971 S.W. 18th Ct, wore a gown of ivory satin and carried a heart-haped bouquet of orchids and carnations. Her court length Chantilly lace veil belonged to the bridegroom's mother and fell from a seed pearl headdress. Matrons of honor were Mrs. Martin Miller and Mrs. Edward Axlrod. Bridesmaids were Sonya Pallot, Rosalie Margolis and Bunny Toby. Stanley Glick was his brother s best man and ushering were Martin Miller, Stanley Axlrod and Walter Lebowitz. Michael Mandelson was ring bearer. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glick, 1560 S.W. 5th St. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Leon Enkin of New York and West Palm Beach, Ben Gluck of Butler, N. J. and Leo Tauber of Woodbourne, N. Y. Mrs. Shuman Married To S. A. Hoffman Mrs. Millie Schuman, 4445 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach, became the bride of Samuel A. Hoffman, Chicago, Friday at the Saxony Hotel with Rabbi Abraham Hershberg officiating. Given in marriage by Mayor Marcie Liberman of Miami Beach, the bride was attired in champagne Chantilly lace with matching Juliet cap. Judge Charles Dougherty, Chicago was best man. A reception followed the ceremony. taefiotJiensx Gloria Kachalsky Weds J. Brcttholtz Temple Zion, Bronx, N. Y., was the setting for the March 27th marriage of Miss Gloria Kachalsky to Jack Brettholtz. A cantor and choir provided nuptial music for the impressive ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kachalsky of New York. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz, 160 S.W. 16th Ct., Miami. The bride wore a white lace over satin Chinese mandarin gown. A finger tip French illusion veil fell from a crown of pearls. She carried a bible adorned with four white roses. Florence Kachalsky was maid of honor for her sister and Mrs. Gerry Stern was matron of honor. Best man was Charles Brettholtz, brother of the groom. Six bridesmaids and six ushers attended. A large reception and dinner party was held at the temple following the cererony. The couple honeymooned in upstate New York and will make their home in Miami. Mrs. J. Brettholtz Ardmoie Studios Edith Phyllis Dreyer Edith P. Dreyer To Wed Carl Lundy The betrothal of Edith Phyllis Dreyer to Carl Lundy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lundy, 2695 S.W. 53rd Ct., was announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Dreyer, 3924 Garden Ave., Miami Beach, at a reception Sunday afternoon at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Miss Dreyer is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and Pennsylvania State College, where she majored in journalism and advertising. For the past year she has been affiliated with the advertising agency of Gottschald, Morrison and Slack. She is a member of the Colman A. Zwitman Chapter of B'nai B'rith. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He served as a captain in the Army Air Force and is now affiliated with the office of David R. Isen. realtor. "Bui/ a case cf Cool Omht BALLANTINE BEER P.B^Unffa.ASoM.NwmA.NO, Distributed by STATE BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS OF MIAMI, INC. SAM BLANK, Pres. Phone 88-3431 LISTEN TO WWPB EVERY SATURDAY AT 8 P.M. LISTEN TO WBAY FRIDAY AT 11—SUNDAY AT 10 A.M.



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PAGE TEN # Jen1st fhrldian HI>AY, MAY Pioneer Women To Meet A special meeting of Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach to commemorate the first anniversary of Israel will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the old Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. An appropriate program will be presented and movies will be shown. The public is invited to attend. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Gertler Top Soil Co. at 1063 N. W. 6th Street. Miami. Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH GERTLER 5/6-13-20-27 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Abel Sanitary Supplies at 245 8. W. 17th Ave., Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. THEO ABEL, Sole Owner 4/29 5/6-13-20 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT (lP 1>HE J1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 124426. MURIEL SHLOMKOWITZ MEYEROWITZ, Plaintiff, vs. BORIS MEYKROWITZ, Defendant. YOU, BORIS MEVEROWITZ, 1615 Quentin Road, Brooklyn, New York, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce, on or before June 6, 1949, or a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. DATED: May 3, 1949. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FE10E. Deputy Clerk, MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff 921 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 5/6-13-20-27 6/3 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA— IN CHANCERY, No. 124278. SEBASTIAN DE SALVO, Plaintiff, vs. JEAN DE SALVO, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: JEAN DE SALVO 135 Thames Street Brooklyn, New York You are hereby required to file your appearance to Plaintiff's 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 Seal) By M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or Red Bird Food Market at 6833 Bird Road. Dade County, Florida. Intend to register said name with the CWI of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TH(>MAS sF.ROPULOS EDWARD WEISS Partners HARRY DIETZ Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicants 4/29 5/6-13-20 SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida 4/29 6/6-13-20 C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Oxford's at 102 Miracle Mile, Coral n or before the 23rd dav of May. 1949. otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered Dated this 18 day of April, 1949. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) M Q PEIO E. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 1023 Sevbold Building 4/22-29 5/6-13 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that notified and ordered S£2E?JL JSfi mK l S ,i n 2 J 9 SEP J? ranee to the Bill of Ji 0 SH > T ^ av e n tne J 9 dayof April. ivorce filed against IS "' dissolved the partnership known 1 as FLOMING & DOSHAY conducted at 265 North West 6th Street, Miami, Florida, and that VICTOR FLOMING has assumed and agreed to pay all of the debts, bills and liabilities of said partnership DATED April 19. 1949. VICTOR FIX1MINO JOSEPH DOSHAY LEO SHEINER, Attorney 1204 Pacific Bldg. 4/29 5/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Miami Adjustment Bureau at 419 Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 1RWIN WEINSTEIN, Owner BURNETT ROTH Cotigivs.ssBldg. Attorney for applicant 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 MARILYNS GIFT SHOPI'E at 1025 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk ofthe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, ANITA FRANK MARILYN FRANK E. DAVID ROSEN Attorney for applicants 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 City Auto Parts Rebuilding Division at 79 N. W. 20th Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS ZUCKERMAN 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 O. K. Auto Parts at number 1460 N.W. 20th Street in the City of Miami. Florida, Intends w register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAN FORD E. EMERMAN ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE & ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Applicant 748 Seybold Bldff. 4/8-15-22-29 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TOWER CLEANERS at 1420 S. W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. L GERREZ MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 5/6-13-20-27 6/3 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 124383. ALBERT STRICKOFF, Plaintiff, VS. CLARA STRICKOFF, Defendant. THE STATE OF FIX5RIDA: TO: CLARA STRICKOFF 2941 West 29th Street Coney Island Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified and ordered to file your appearance to Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the above-styled cause on or before the 1st day of June. 1949, otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 2nd day of May, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Bldg. Miami, Florida 5/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GP/EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Tropics Hotel at 716 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS BERER, Lessee 4/8-15-22-29 6/6 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 124259. JOHN F. HAIJK, Plaintiff, vs, ADELINE 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 Complaint for divorce filed against you by JOHN F. HALIK on or before the 26 day of May. 1949, otherwise tBfl allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 26 day 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 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Davlson'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 BISCAYNB ASSOCIATES at 273 N. E Second Street. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WALTER E. LEHNER EMMA M LEHNER MYERS. HEIMAN ft K APLAN Attorneys for Walter E. Lehner and Emma M. Lehner 4/29 5/6-13-20-27 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IV COUNTY JUDGITH COURT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — No. 182S8. RE; ESTATE OF MATILDA OBERLE1N, 1 >ec eased NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of MATILDA OBfeKLUiM deceased; and thnt 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 OBER1JSIN, deceased. This 15th day of Aprill 1949. MAX R. SILVER. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administrator 4/22-29 5/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 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 Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PAUL E. ANDREWS I. WILLIAM ZUCKERMAN Partners 4/8-15-22-29 6/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS 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, Fla., 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 4/22-29 6/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersfgned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of J. th Jr ,ln ,1, ^""n'lry and Cleaners at 4322 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 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 715 Euclid Avenue. Miami, Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorLOUIS KAHAN MORRIS PLATT Equal Partners 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, 6833 Bird Road, Dade County. Florida, was, on the 25th day of April, 1949, dissolved by mutual consent and that the business In the future will be carried on by the said Thomas Seropulos alone, who will pay and discharge all debts and liabilities and receive all monies payable to the said late firm. ALBERT BARON THOMAS SEROPULOS HARRY DIETZ Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicant 4/29 6/6 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,N THE1 COUNTY JUDGE !" COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY m 3 T IDA 7 ,N !" BATE. N N!,: In Re: ESTATE OF PAUL MITCHELL. Deceased. no!,fred a a n n d d e r a e C ( !u, r ed y t o U pr.senTaSy calms and demands whichyou, or fe ,' ^ U ,'„ ma y„ h SY?..a K al > nst' the estate of PAUL MITCHKI I A ln 2 late of MIAaVjT SAT^&^V'EP? Ida. to the Hon. W. p. BLAN County Judge of Bade Count?, file the same in 1 County Courthouse In "^r d esVld b %rsa r m e X a M d hi: re K 8e '' t 1 See section^ WW &K*. Date April 5, AD. 1949 ELIZABETH M CONN As Executrix of the Last WUl and SS^r PAUL MITCHELL HARRY DIETZ 1703 Congress Bldg, Miami vi $BS3. ft E -ut r r m '"*. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 123998. B. GEORGE GRIFFITH, and LIDA GRIFFITH, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. ARTHUR J. SANDERSON, and MRS. ARTHUR J. SANDERSON, his wife, ALBERT E SANDERSON, and MRS. ALBERT E. SANDERSON, his wife. Defendants. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE I 'VLORII>A AME OP THB STATE OF TO: ARTHUR J. SANDERSON and MRS. ARTHUR J. BANDER80N, J>is Wife, ALBERT E SANDERBON, and MRS, ALBERT E. SANDERSON, his wife, if alive, and if dead, their unknown heirs, devisees. legatees, grantees, successors or assigtis creditors, trustees or other claimants, claiming Interests by, through, under or against any of the natned defendants, deceased or otherwise and to all parties having or claiming to have any fight, title or Interest in the following described land situate, K.' n f, al,d b elng In Dade County, Horlda. to-wit: Lots 13 and 14, Block 9 of TAMIAMI HIGHLANDS Subdivision according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 10, I'age 33, of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, that suit has been brought against you in the above entitled Court, in Chancery, oy 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 of Commissioners Everglades Draln?M 6 I s £ r,0 Jfc **-. %  a Leatherman, H lerk 0 !" th • Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida, based upon nonpayment of taxes. It Is therefore ORDERED that you and each of you file an appearance *5? above styled cause In the office K /Hi Clerk ot the Circuit Court, oadu County, at the Court House In the City of Miami, State of Florida, ?" or D e fore he lth day In May, 1949 to the Bill of Complaint brought against you by B. George Griffith and Llda Griffith, his wife, for the purpose of quieting title of the said B. George Griffith and Llda Griffith, his wife, as plaintiffs, in and to the aitove described property; otherwise the allegations in the said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. nil ,H fur ">er ORDERED that this Order to Appear shall be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a SlorlS*. Per pub 8hed ,n Da<5 County, Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18 day of April, AD. 1949. E. B LEATHERMAN, ,nt r, Clerk the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, MARION BROOKS DCPUty ^ 4/22-29 6/1-13 123764. CH ANCERy ? STANLEY McEt.Rnv „ NELLIE MCELROY' ^'"Wf "W^EBY4& Sir, y u *PPe"ranr F ; U „ Y r ^'D, £' of 5*2t for 0 ,C"*r.! i ll or b oJhTwlsS sa r ,d^?r e of M ^ih.^| Florida, this 8 da^of^Uf* VTHERV (Circuit Court SealT" CUlt c it I Dewty & C^of^S^, "-1 Seal) cult "" ^ R H. Ri CE JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road 4/15-22-29 5/6 a* Amboy Street Brooklyn, New York IN CHANCERY No ,,,,.. FANNIE PENN. Plain if? 01 THAN PENN,' Defiant U %  You are hereby notlfWi ,., to file your appearsn ce ^l,*"** Bill of Complaint for Dlvor^ 1 1 above-styled cause on or u,J n 11 day of May, 1949" „£'*• allegations therein conta&! n taken as confessed by you %  DATED at Miami, fi ... day of April, 1949. ""aa, thb | E.B. LEATHER^|] (Circuit Court C Sea, k 0 fClreu "Cot BY M. C. F^ BAM SILVER D 'I"y CI* I Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Bldg 4/15-22-29 6/6 NOT.CE UNOERnSmSir ^'?.Ti < .3J^i ,, '; K, : :HV aivai J Circuit Court of i^cS^.lftj MAX R. S.L 5 V-ER RANDELL Attorney for Applicant 4/29 5/6-13-20-27 INORDER OF PUBLICATION I THE CIRCUIT COURT OK TH ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE C( "\TI FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, Ni GERTRUDE LEVINBO0K, Plaintiff vs. MORRIS LEVINBOOK, Defendant. TO: MORRIS LEVINBOOK 3544 12th Avenue Brooklyn, New York You are hereby ordered to (Ik your appearance or answer to \h Ml\ u( complaint for divorce AM winA you by GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK or before the 25 day ol May. Ml otherwise the alligations n( said H will be taken as confessed against DONE AND ORDERED THUI day of April, 194H E. B. LEATHERMA.1 Clerk of the Circuit 0* (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, flL Deputy CkA GEORGE J. TALIANOFP Solicitor for Plaintiff 4/29 5/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN M the undersigned, desiring to eapps business under the fictitious na Joy San Shoes at 1337 Wartlm* Ave., Miami Beach, Florida. tntssJS to register said name with the C"* of the Circuit Court of Dade C00O, Florida. L. FRIEDI.ER, OwM BURNETT ROTH Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicant 4/29 5/ 6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tW the undersigned, desiring to tttU'' business under the fictitious name* Tamlami Hotel at 203 West FWJ Street. Miami, Florida, Intends register said name with the CTeri" the Circuit Court of Dade CouW. P, rlda HERMAN SCHULMAN HARRY DIETZ Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicant 4/29 5/6-1 3-20 ^ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT0.F THJ IITH JUDICIAL cmcirrg FLORIDA, IN AND FOR l£ COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, > HERBERT ROSENDKHC,, g vs. DORIS ROSENBERG, Del** YOU, DORIS ROSENBERG, Paseo Boulevard. Kansas City, sourl. are notified to fl,e for pearance In the above 7 | i%i vorce. on or before May 31. "„„< Decree Pro Confesso will be en against you. ... DATE S. : MEATH'ERMAN. C* (Circuit Court £g) ~ ^^ MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff 4/ 29 6/6-13-20-27 __ NOT.CE UNDER FICTlTlO* NAME LAW _. mt NOTICE IS HEREBY O^SLMU thV undersigned. a*M.'X£ J business under the /'J, 1 11 ^ S B Secon' STRAND HOTEL at 226 N ^ Street. Intend to register^ with the Clerk of' *} C1rcu S. Equal Partners, **" AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant* 4/8-15-2- %  /.



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?#UDAY. M AV6.1949 *JenistifhridHary leborah Croup to Awt Monday ChT D ebora)> Group of Hadasftui hold its fin* n-jtojl onday afternoon auditorium the Beach at 1:30 p.m., acannouncement by k din L g eo 0 Le a vin;president Irst^T,Jl nr ,ivprsarv of RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY first anniversary com Mrs. the [The "."" „f w ji be commemorbte of l? rae iZ\i na Mrs. Levin A at the meeting, Mrs. i d UK Mrs Sam Rubin will 'frees for Mother's Day. Transc l from Junior Hadassah will icSSd by Mrs Doran Zinner i elections will be held. S fwHne the business meetfflSlU Kronish will disg Hidassah's role in the life trael £ tha Redding, vocal, andI concert pianist, will enrtain. ^ )ov Chapter To Present father's Day Program nnv Chapter of Mizrachi WomiVOrganization will sponsor a Other's Day program, Tuesday } om in the Beth El Center, |Q SW. 17th Ave. President Mrs. Harry Steinr l has announced that Mrs. uel Wilchyk is chairman of P affair with the Mesdames Veida Berkowitz Sobel and Hynan Kan as co-chairmen. Mrs. 0 s e Pertes is in charge of the Fntcrtainment. games and rereshments will be on the agenda. Proceeds from the affair will %  o towards the rehabilitation of Children in the camp at Ranana Ind tickets may be purchased at he door. 25th YEAR Camp Osceola I Thoroughly Modern Separate Camps for Jewish Boys and Girls. On Lake Osceola and Mills River, "In the Land of the Sky." Hendersonville, N. C. • 2500 feet elevation • Capable seasoned staff | s Resident Physician and Nurae Directors: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver 950 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239 Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services at 630 Salihath morning service at 8:30 Bar Mltzvah of Joseph, ton of Sir and Mrs. Philip War.shuw. Btudents' services at 10:30 a.m. to be fololwed by a Klddush. Kabhi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will officiate. During the 10:30 assembly, children from the kindergarten through the third grade will present a Mother's Day program under the direction of Miss Miriam Shelnnerg. Parents and friends are Invited. Sunday school 10 a.m. Adult discussion group In synagogue every Sunday morning from 10:30 to 11:30 led by Rabbi Shapiro Hebrew school dally Monday through Thursday. Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox), 432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning; services at 9 a.m. Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shaios Seudos. Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening service at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning at X:30 Rabbi Rackovsky will officiate and speak on "Be Holy." At 5:16 p.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on "The Right Way." S'halos SeUdOS and Ma uiv follows. Pnily services at 7:30 a.m. Class in Mishna win be addressed by the Rabbi. Services at 6:30 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs. Maariv follows at 6:15. Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24th St. Dally services at 7 a.m. 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 8:16. Rabbi Raab will conduct the service and preach the sermon on the subject: "First Anniversary of the State of Israel." Religious school Sunday at 10 a.m. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service at 8:15. Rabbi Kronish will conduct the service and speak on "July 4—Iyar 5—What Do They Mean to You?" A sermon dedicated to the first anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of Israel Sabbath service 10:46 a.m. Mother's Day service. Bar Mltzvah ol Robert Dorson. Children's birthday i.iT J ,?' A ""'""'' %  ehlld luncheon will follow the service in the Temple Jinlng hall. Sunday school at for children from V/, to 16. Hebrew classes week-day from 1:16 for children I'/j to 14. zzL2 *mvi ITSLY .EXCEPT SUNDAYS* • POST TIME 7:45 P.M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 2nd QUINIELAS EVERY RACE NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM No Minor* Admitf* IIMIM III SERVICE DIRECT TO t Mi mutt Mis* T..ns.i buses leave on N. E. 2nd St.. between 1stIt* 2nd Aves.£** ^ •* %  is, 6:30 P. H. Cowl Cits Coecn. ...v. H^"S-Ms


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Ardmore Studios Mrs. Alex Robbins Sisterhood Will Install Officers Mrs. Alexander Robbins will be installed as president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, on Wednesday, May 18, at an installation luncheon to be held at the Delano Hotel at 1 p.m. Mrs. Robbins will take over the gavel from the incumbent, president, Mrs. Louis J. Krensky. The installation ceremony will take the form of an operetta which is being prepared bv Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the Congregation. Other officers to be installed are: Mrs. Bessie Nelson, Mrs. William Farr and Mrs. Edward Mencher, vice presidents; Mrs. William Bernstein, record secretary; Mrs. David Levinson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. E. Allen Becker, treasurer; Mrs. Murray Reckson, financial secretary and Mrs. Leon Kronish, chaplain. Reservations for the luncheon can be made through the temple office and through Mrs. E. Allen Becker. Jewish Musical Hoar Now Heard 4 Times Weekly In response to numerous requests, "The Jewish Musical Hour" will be presented four times per week over station WBAY, according to Jacob Schachter, director. The program will be heard Sunday from 10 to 11 a.m. and Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1 to 1:30 p.m. Schachter, who is a pioneer in Jewish radio programs in New York and Miami, is also active in the Yiddish theatre and has presented such stars as Maurice Schwartz, Menasha Skulnik, Molly Picon and Moishe Oysher at the Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach. Norman R. Lyons, Miami attorney, who has been presenting historical sketches on the State of Ardmore Studios Mrs. Aaron Farr National Council Seats Officers Mrs. Aaron Farr was installed as president of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women Wednesday at the Sherry Fronter.ac Hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish and Mrs. Max Dreyer acted as toastmistress. Invocation was given by Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman and piano selections were offered by Irwin Weinstein. Guests of honor at the affair were Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Mrs. Louis Glasser. president of the Greater Miami Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations. Also installed were Mrs. Max Dreyer, first vice president: Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, second vice president: Mrs. Julius A. Oshlay. third vice president; Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien, recording secretary; Mrs. Bernard Fuller, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Joseph F. Gleicher, financial secretary; Mrs. Leo Ackerman, treasurer. Mrs. Edward L. Cowen was in charge of decorations. Singer To Install Beach AJC Leaders Kurt Singer, internationally known authority on espionage and author of "Duel for the Northland." "Soies and Traitors of World War II." "Three Thousand Years of Espionage." will serve as installing officer at the Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress installation luncheon to be held Fridav. Mav 13, at 12:30 p.m. at the 'Sheltorne Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. William Loeb. who is to b<' installed as president, was born in Rotterdam, Holland, and escaped from there after one year of Nazi occupation. Since her arrival in this community four years ago, Mrs. Loeb has been active in local affairs. During the war she served as Red Cross chairman and has just completed a term as vice president of the Miami Beach Chapter of the AJC. Also to be installed at the ceremonies are Mrs. Herbert Greenberg, Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, Mrs. Jerome Kimball Mrs. Harry Koretsky, vice presidents; Mrs. Matthew Silverstein, Mrs. Morris Kogan. Mrs. Frank Berger, corresponding secretaries: Mrs. Anne Blane, recording secretary; Mrs. Thomas Trent, treasurer; Mrs. Alfred Lesser, auditor; Mrs. Anne Tannenbaum, Mrs. Burt Busker, financial secretaries. Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg, chairman of the luncheon, announces that Singer's speech will be followed by a musical program. The luncheon will honor Mrs. Leonard Glickman. outgoing president, as well as the new officers. Members of Mrs. Grossberg's committee include: Mrs. Arthur Kimmcl, Mrs. Lillian Swift, Mrs. Sally Dollinger and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz. The entire program will be dedicated to the memory of the late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, leader of the World Jewish Congress, and Mrs. Louis Glasser will present a biographical sketch of the rabbi written by David Petagorsky. Sorority Seats Officers Beta Theta chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma installed their officers! for the term 1949-50 Mondavi afternoon at 3:30 p.m.. Retiring' archon Dorothy Knapp installed Doris Shapiro as archon, Sylvia Selevan as vice archon, Ann Rosenthal as scribe, Phyllis Katsin as bursar, and Natalie Friedman as pledge mother. Tribune, Joan Kirshenbaum was not present and will be installed at a future date. A dinner honoring the new officers was held at Erving's Restaurant. Israel on Sunday morning, will also be heard on Monday, Wednesday and Friday with up-tothe "minute digests of Jewish news. Rita Roff To I ... lladassah News Rita Roff, vice president of the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah, has recently been named editor of the Southern regional Junior Hadassah newspaper, Kol Hadassah (Voice of Hadassah). Miss Roff has been active in Junior Hadassah work and is now serving as program chairman of the Miami Unit. In this capacity, she and her committee are arranging a Mother's Day celebration to be held at Beth David Congregation Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4. Mrs. Sol Stokols, advisor to Junior Hadassah, will be principal speaker. Also participating in the program will be Basha Tepper, Connie Caplan and Florence Moss. A Mother's Day tribute will be given and awards made to members. For further information call Miriam Scheinberg at 48-8931. Mrs. H. C. Moser Miami Hadassah To Choose Officers Election of officers and members of the board will be the business of the day on Monday at 1:30 p.m. during the meeting of the Miami Group of Hadassah to be held in the Miami Y. At that time project chairmen will present their reports of progress made during the year. The slate, which was presented at the April 11 meeting, includes: president. Mrs. H. C. Moser; vice presidents, the Mesdames L. J. Silverman, David Sernaker. David Hess; treasurer, Mrs. J. H. Weitzner; financial secretary, secretary, Mrs. Joseph Sugerman; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Milton Weiner; Recording secretary. Mrs. Rae Frdme. Board members named are the Mesdames L. Auerbach, J. Belov, H. Borer, G. Buch. J. Carp, O. E. Chernoff, H. B. Cohen, Ph. Cohen, J. Cromer, L. Dachslager, H. G. Drapkin, H. Elson, M. Feingold, M. J. Fishman, A. Gannes, A. Gold, D. Goldberg, I. Genet, J. Hartz, L. Heines, L. Kotkin, H. Lackey, H. Laufer, A. Levitan, A. Levitt. S. Lefcourt, M. Mell, M. Monheit, K. Paul, L. Querido, A. Richman, A. R. Rosenthal, S. Rovin, L. Rubin. J. Schoeffel, H. Stokols, J. Soskin. M. Tendrich. Representatives to the chapter board are Mesdames M. G. Drapkin, H. Elson, A. Gold, S. Lefcourt. H. C. Moser. A. Levitan, L. Silverman, J. Sugarman and J. H. Weitzner. Plans for the installation ceremonies in ^unc are to be completed, and will be anounced at a later date. Dr. Fishbein To Speak Dr. I. Leo Fishbein, noted psychiatrist, will speak on "Mental Health Problems of the Aged" at a meeting of the board of directors of the Jewish Home for the Aged to be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation headquarters, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Leaders To Sp*. At Youth Meet Leaders in the Jewish ^ munity and a University 0 f ii ami professor will 8peak *• nous subjects during the t W0 1 Senior Young j udaM "r*l conclave to be" held a t VS Campus of the University Q f u ami May 13-15. The speakers are: Rabbis UKronish ana max Shapiro rT tor Samuel Kelemer, HVPT erantz Harold Shapiro* fij Rose. Seymour Blumenthal ^J Sidney Greenberg. al "J Rabbi Kronish's topic win u. : what the New State of '&£ Means to the Youth of AJS* Rabbi Shapiro will discus? 2£ Youth of Israel and the Youth d America." "Jewish Youth llu to Its Responsibilities" w ft Pomerantz' subject for discussion and Dr. Blumenthal, whoi?^ noted psychology professor J speak on "The Relationship fc tween the Leader and the Clu* Shapiro will speak on "Whv Zionist Club?" while Greenber will lecture on "The Reahty 3 Israel in Your Club Prom.1 Cantor Kelemer's talk will treat "Jewish Music Throughout th Ages" and Harry Rose will conduct an arts and crafts session. Members of the Senior Youu Judaea, IZFA, Junior HaoW Masada and unaffiliated persom are invited to attend. All interested persons are asked to contact Libby Hochman, aecutive secretary of the Zionist Youth Commission, at 58-4643 NEAL KARS Popular Miami Beach Hotel operator says "The best in service and accommodations is aMUST for my guests; that is why, whJ they travel, 1 always recommend FARR." FARR "Your Travel Agent" With the background a Menorah carved in ice, retiring and incoming presidents of m„i Lodge. B'nai B'rUh, are pictured with Rep. George A. Smathers. Rep. Smatherswas J £ c llTi speaker at the Sholem Lodge installation banquet held Sunday night at the Delano Th oration's officers are (left to right) out-going presidents Marx M. Faber and Mrs Har'rv' p„rj! 1 newly elected Mrs. Harold Rand and John Kronenfeld. Officers were installed 'by Milton A F "ii man, president of the Stale Federation. B'nai B'rith. Retiring presidents Faber and Mr. r^.j" ned honored with plaques for their year of service. Gordon were CA31P STONY HOLLOW .. 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I LmiV. MAY 6, m *Jeni§ti fkridfian PAGE THIRTEEN Jrs. B. Appel To lead Auxiliary Mrs Benjamin Appel was LS president of the Miami Eh Auxiliary to the Jewish Ena for the Aged at a meeting E the organization last week at Ke Cadi"ac Hotel. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry was named honorkffeSd to office were: Mrs L \L\ Ritter. Mrs. Samuel K Mr" Benjamin Kaplan, &t R J Schwartz, honorary B presidents; Mrs. Sol Silver 5M Mrs. Max Greenberg, Mrs. fiamin Feld, vice presidents; Mr. B JPlotkin, treasurer; Mrs. Irving Frankel, recording secreJS" Mrs. Morris Sparber fiInanc'ial secretary; Mrs. Albert l5off and Mrs. Frank Berger, Corresponding secretaries; Mrs. lwnM Krieger, parliamentarian; IS? Celia Wohl" auditor; Mrs. lin^Dh Chavez, chaplain; Mrs. Kose Weiss, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, lurs. Moses Krieger, trustees I Elected to serve as directors I were: the Mesdames Teresa ArInold, Samuel Arnstein, Ida Karlr Morris Cohen, Harry DanIfieer Herman Deutsch, Morris Dubler, Sarah Ellis Joseph EnItine Louis Glasser, Fannie Goldberg J C. Gould, Anne Harr, Sara Holland, Fred Jonas, Anna Kane Emanuel Karger, Dora Koretsky, Alexander Kogan, Anne Kohanne, Sadie Kriegal, A B latin Ida Lewis, Joseph Heckel, Alfred Lesser, A. A. Miller, Bertha Miller, Nathan Newman, Abraham Orovitz, Eva Sepler, Abraham Rubin, Frances E. Silverman, Lester Stepner, Anne Strauss, A. J. Tobin, Gus Trau, Jack Udell, Joseph Weisglass, Mary Zeigfried and Abe Zinnamon. ... Mrs. Alexander Kogan will open her home to the members of the auxiliary board Monday evening. A report of the card party at Dave Singer's will be made by chairman, Mrs. Teresa Arnold. Mrs. Appel will outline the work for the coming year and appoint committees. This meeting will condude the activities for the season. 250 Attend Westview Golf Coutse Opening Sunday O'er 250 persons attended the opening of the Westview Country Club nine hole golf course Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. Following the cutting of the tape by wife of the president of the club, Mrs. Arthur Ungar, her husband hit the first ball. Work on the dub's swimming pool is slated to begin in the next ten days and construction of the back nine holes of the course will begin after that. With a two-over-par 37 Tom Bomar was low scorer of the day at Miami's newest course. Dade Chapter Of Nat'l Cardiac Home To Install Leaders Installation of recently elected officers of the Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will be held at the Sherry Frontcnac Hotel, Miami Beach, Wednesday at 12:30 p.m., according to Mrs. Jean Raab, retiring president. Those who will take office at the luncheon include: Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, president; Mrs. Mickey Cohen. Mrs. Rose Levy, Miss Roz King. Mrs. Selma Marcus, vice presidents; Mrs. Eva Sawitz, recording secretary; Mrs. Helen Sepler, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sara Rich, treasurer; Mrs. Paline Seitleman, financial secretary. Aril more Studios Be?i Essen Esson To lU'MiiiH' Practice Of Law Ben Essen, who recently passed vine and G. Glick. Elected to serve on the board for a period of two years are: the Florida Bar examination, anthe Mesdames Roslyn Oboler, nounces that he will shortly rePauline Marks, Bea Strauss, Sylsume the practice of law. Essen, via Bernstein, Kay Sawyer, Ruth a resident of this area since 1945, Bernard, Rose Farr and Gertrude Wcincr will be sworn in as a lawyer this Mrs. Wm. Kline Named Sisterhood President Mrs. William Kline is the newly-installed president of the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Congregation. She succeeds Mrs. Louis Makovsky, who turned over the gavel to Mrs. Kline at installation ceremonies conducted by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader of the congregation. Mrs. Kline served the Sisterhood last year in the capacity of ways and means chairman. She has been a resident of Miami Beach for the past three years. As a former resident of Brooklyn, N. Y., she was active in youth service organization. In our community, besides active participation in the work of the Sisterhood, she has been a member of the "52 Club," and is one of the organizers of the auxiliary of that nieniau. uuuivuu out. v-m. j. j group Members of the board of diAls0 installed with Mrs Kline rectors for a one year term are. the Mesdames Martha Cohen, Sadye Nathan, Jean Eisenberg, Bessie Oboler, Ida Salwen, Minnie Hoffman, Paula Dreyfus, Faye Schaeffer, Gertrude Fagenson, Esther Hess, Ellen Kaye, S. Leafternoon at 3:30 by Judge Marshall C. Wiseheart. He attended City College of New York and New York University and graduated from the New York University Law School in 1924. He practiced law in New York and Massachusetts for 20 years. Essen has been active in numerous civic and religious organizations. He is worshipful master of Hibiscus Lodge No. 275, FMAM, and former treasurer of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. He is vice president of the Miami YMYWHA, a 32nd Degree Mason, member of the Mahi Shrine Temple and other groups. Essen states that he will announce the location of his office in the near future. He resides with his wife and son at 316 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. To serve on the board for three years are: the Mesdames Mary Furman, Sylvia Rose, Ruth Glatt, Edith Miller, Helen Weinstein and Rose Beyer. Trustees include: Sophie Tucker, honorary, the Mesdames Jessie O. Marcus, Camile Baum and Josie Goldstrom. The advisory board is composed of: the Mesdames Clementine Kemp, Gertrude Lachs, Jean Raab, Charlotte White and Gertrude Wolff. 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S B'nai B'rith Women Plan Installation Fete Plans are being made for the fourth annual installation luncheon by the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women to be held at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel on Tuesday, May 17 at noon. A musical program will be presented by Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein, concert pianist, and Mrs. Harry Kraff, soprano. The public is invited. Reservations are now being taken by luncheon chairman, Mrs. Max Schwartz, and co-chairman, Mrs. Joseph Mazo, by calling 86-1400 or 58-1781. Subscription is $2.50. Temple Youth To Hold Swim-Dance Temple Isaiah Young People's League will stage a "Sink or Swim" swim dance and water carnival tomorrow at 9 p.m. at the Surfcomber Hotel, Miami Beach. A beauty pageant to select "Miss Ideal" will be a highlight of the affair. A weekend at the Surfcomber Hotel, along with a portrait from Paramount Studios and other prizes, will be awarded the winner. Judges of the contest will be Harold Shapiro, Jules Channing, Bennett A. Lee and Ben Tupler Unique swimming and diving exhibitions as well as water races and games for general participation will be features of the program. Chairman of the swim-dance is Natalie Samuels, who will be assisted by Evelyn Ell, Ralph Stein, Alfred Kreisler, Phyllis Nagle. "Life guards" will be Dolores Shindelman, Gloria Berry, Henrietta Rosenthal, Harriet Siegel and Barbaar Levine. Entertainment Chairman Jerry Kramer will be assisted by Hy Terman, Marion Cohen and Roslyn Kivel. was Mrs. David Whitman, first vice president and chairman of the board; Mrs. Anna R. Berow and Mrs. Harry Genet, who will aso serve as vice presidents; Mrs. William Stander, recording secretary; Mrs. Bess Felt, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Irving Greenfield, treasurer. Appointed to serve on special committees were: Mrs. Phillip • Pores and Mrs. Sam Simon, mem[ bership committee; Mrs. Irving Greenfield and Mrs. Martin Genet, telephone squad; Mrs. Joseph Brenner and Mrs. Eugenia Lilienfeld, Sabbath refreshments for the Junior Congregation; Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, public relations chairman. Members of the board include: the Mesdames Anna Milow, Edward Mendelsohn, Morris Laster, Sam Deutsch, Louis Makovsky, Pauline Chill, Eugenia Lilienfeld, Malvin Englander and Fanny Moskowitz. Mrs. Jack Hirsch is honorary president of the organization. Morris Bros. Photo Mrs. William Kline Hadassah Group to Meet The Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah will meet Tuesday, at 8 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink will give a book review on "Theodore Herzl." Mme. Olga Bibor Stern, concert pianist, will present the musical program. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff is in charge of the program. MEMBER — GUESTS — VISITORS See the Luxurious Unique The Famous QUARTERDECK YACHT CLUB Located at Biscayne Bay Flats 1 Mile South of Old Cape Florida Lighthouse PHONE 9-4309 Mail Address: P. O. Box 69, Miami Fla. Under Ntew Mgt. MARTY MILES GEORGE D. ROGERS Now available for Banquet, Buffets, Private Parties. Facilities (up to 500) for Recreation. Fishing. Dancing. Overnight Lodging. Private Rooms. BOAT TRIP TO AND FROM CLUB $1.00 Leaves Nightly at 6:30 from MARINA RESTAURANT DOCK AT DINNER KEY AS LOW AS A% INTCREST MORTGAGE L O A MS HENRY E.WOLFFCO. Fjn Amfnejn BafiK Build.ng PMONI 9-3435 Living Room Furniture and GtrlERAlgJ ELECTRIC Appliances x !" &•/ t S5 : '' | | rt M IttolpeU FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ANNOUNCES THAT: Any information in reference to Kashruth in this area may be obtained by calling our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, Phone 5-3595. HARRY SIREN. Pres. H. SOOTIN. Secy. A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL. Treas. Ardmore Studio n iwh. friaht) director of the Florida Regional Gilbert J. 1 BaIk J?J r i 9 J2J ue of B'nai B'rith. maktes the first Office. Anti-Defamation League of „ How gecure ^^ official F'onda P; 6 0 ** 1 ^ A Pepper, at the installation banquet S^^JSTI^SA^ 1 -" Saxony Hotel. Sunday. *"**, Secure These ^^^^^^^^1^ documented surrey ^jSSTSSRm at the banquet. Senator State, for 1948. In *jKS B 'nai B'rith and, the AntiState, for 1948. In V"**^ne B'nai B'rith and the Ami Pepper prai.ed the W ya!uab le contribution Defamation IgeLSJfER******* f human aluaDie i *o the BESS. VBmmStt* advancement of human dignity SJS worth of the indmduaL" IV SHIP to... ISRAEL ON THE M-V PATRIA First Round-trip Passenger Service Between the United States and Israel 50 DAY CRUISE LV. 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PAGE FOURTEEN vJenisti FlorSdian FRIDAY. MAY 6, Rabbi Zwitman Nominated For Citizen's Award Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel and H. H. Hyman, southeastern regional manager of Florida Power and Light Company, have been nominated for outstanding citizens of Dade County in 1948. it is announced by Chairman Sidney SegalL Hyman has served twice as chairman of the Greater Miami American Red Cross and Rabbi Zwitman was recently awarded a plaque by the National Conference of Christians and Jews for his unusual achievement in interfaith work in the Greater Miami community. Others who have been nominated are: Paul M. Bruun, who conducted campaign to start building Dade County 'Cancer Clinic; Caesar LaMonaca, conductor of public band concerts; M. (Mike) Goodwin, organizer of the Human Aid Society; Miss Betty Ward, editor of the Youth Roundup weekly section of the Miami Daily News; Dr. Dora H. Klemer, organizer of the Marriage and Family Council; Mrs. William Cox, president of Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs: Mrs. James B. Davidson, past president, Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs: Mrs. R. Stearns Hicks, club woman; Miss Alice Kahl, administrative assistant to the superintendent of public schools of Dade County, in charge of personnel: Mrs. Vladimir Virrick, chairman of Coconut Grove Slum Clearance Committee; Chester M. Wright, prominent Miami civic leader; Edward Dornbush, Hialeah businessman and Blood Bank director. 'TijGUST BROS Ry t rr^ Pictured at the speakers' table at the Salute to Israel dinner sponsored by the Israel Histadrut Committee at the Saxony Hotel Saturday evening, April 23. are: (1. to r.) Leon J. Ell. chairman of the committee; Dr. Barnett R. Brickner. rabbi of the Euclid Avenue Temple. Cleveland. Ohio, guest speaker; and Solomon Osheroff, regional director of Histadrut. Discussing the aims of the organization. Ell said that "Histadrut, although a labor organization, strives for a decent standard of living but thinks primarily in terms of national welfare and development. In all other lands." he asserted, "management and labor are class-conscious; in Israel cooperative organizations belonging to or affiliated with the Histadrut are cooperating with private enterprise and in many instances form partnerships for joint profitable operations." Four days after Mr. and Mrs. William Weinberg, 4300 S.W. 7th St.. pictured above, celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary, Mr. Weinberg, 69, passed away unexpectedly. Becoming ill while swimming at Crandon Park, he was pronounced dead of a heart attack upon arrival at a local hospital. A resident of Miami for three years. Mr. Weinberg came from Newark, N. J. Surviving him are his wife, Kate; two sons, Morris, Miami, and Sol, Newark; and a daughter, Mrs. Louis M. Reiss, Orange, N. J. The body was sent to Newark for services and interment by Philbrick Funeral Home. r >., /i/ \i Mrs. Judith Jick, daughter of Mrs. Mary Saal, 624 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach, is helping to build a new settlement at Western Galilee, Israel. Mrs. Jick, who went to Israel with the first allAmerican kibbutz, is shown at the opening ceremonies of the new kibbutz. Gesher Haziv. Describing the ceremonies to her mother, Mrs. Jick wrote: "Five hundred guests were invited to the opening, among whom were Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army and many other dignitaries. It had rained all day; but when the Chief made the opening address, he said, 'Many men were killed on this spot. Today they have attained their dreams.' At this moment the sun shone and planes bussed overhead and parachutes dropped containing greetings from well-wishers. And then the Jewish flag was raised upon a make-shift pole. One moment there was nothing, when we turned around—there it was. the blue and white flag proclaiming to all the country that another Jewish settlement had been raised upon the soil of Israel." Mrs. Jick was active in Habonim work in this area. Lipsick Opens Office As Aeronautics Consultant Leon PLiosick. aeronautical engineer, has anounced the opening of offices as consultant on aeronautics and allied fields at 621 N.E. 78th St. A former chairman of the department of airplane design at Sparton College of Engineering. Oklahoma, and on the staff or Newark College of Engineering, Newark, N. J., Lipsick has been active in the field of aeronautics for many years. He has also been associated with many large aircraft corporations, such as Fairchild Engine and Aircraft Corporation and Vidal Research Corporation doing research and development work, and after the war was active in the conversion of military aircraft for civilian use. Linsick believes that air-minded Miami has long been in need of such services as he and his staff will render. "The Theory and Practice of Aircraft Design," Lipsick's latest book, is to be published shortly. His other publications and theses have been widely printed in various engineering and scientific journaLs. A graduate of New York University, he has obtained both his bachelor's and master's degrees in engineering and at present is completing his thesis for his doctorate. FDR Chapter to Present Mother's Day Corsages Mother's Day corsages i will be delivered by members of the FDR Chapter, BBYM, to mothers of all members on Sunday, it has been announced by President Harold Booth. Heading the sunshine committee in charge of the gift arrangements will be Herb Lowe and Walter Traunlg. Youth Council To Meet Members of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization Council will hold a regular meeting on Monday at 8 p.m. at 3131 N. Bay Road, Miami Beacn. Stephen Kobley, youth council president, asks all AZA and BBG representatives to attend. Sisterhood Hold. Installation Mrs. Max Meisel, newly elef J president of Temple Israels^ hood, was installed at calSl Tuesday at the WestviewCH Wolff, first vice presidentV Max Holtzberg, second^' 3 dent; Mrs. Norman AtH recording secretary; Mrs F*I £ Go ^ d n. corresponding S sS tary; Mrs Alvin Rk-hter, a ss ^ corresponding secretary M S ? bert J H.rsch, financial LJ tary; Mrs. A. A. Green a.,*?* Mrs. Isaac Levin, parl?aVn H Members of the board a re £ Mesdames Jacob Eppstein Max Goldstein, Stella Ha'tm* Henry Hirsch, William ffiH G. L. Mendelsohn, firn MMM mons. Elry Stone, Adolph wJ theim erand Nat W illiams' Beth El PTA^MeetT The Beth El PTA met the synagogue auditorium TW day night at 8:30. Dancing onS patio fololwed the busineX tion 4 the meeting, according Mrs. Ernest Chernoff, entertk ment chairman. Plans are being formulated k a square dance to be held in Z Beth El patio in May. Mrs Sn. mour Polin has been named chzU man of the event. Assisting be I are the Mesdames Irwin Kivill Murray Grauer, Edward Mah! J. Rose, Harry Kravitz, Rak Cohen, Max Sternstein and £ %  ] ward Schwartz. Mother's Day Luncheon In response to requests fne. members, the annual Mothcrt 1 Day luncheon to be given by the | Sisterhood of the Miami Beak Jewish Center on May 8 at 124 p.m. will include sons as well a daughters. Mrs. W. I. Feuer is chairmu of the event and Mrs. Williu Susman is co-chairman. Assist^ I them are the Mesdames Jad I Falk, Sam Weissen, Martin GenR, Sigmund Schermer, Oscar Mamber, Ted Hankoff, Arthur Comshon and Jack Courshon. x? O e Simply grand! And made in a jiffy with easy-to-use HOROWITZ* MARGARETEN POTATO PANCAKE MIX •our cream, apple sauce, gravy. An ideal treat ... at la, or with Distributed byPALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 NEW TIRE Wit* AT V2 the Cost 1 SEIBEnLING HERMO HELD Your Worn Smooth Tiros RECAPPED LIKE NEW! 5 CONVENIENT STATIONS BALANCED TREADING With Double Guarantee Signature MIAMI BEACH 945 Fifth Street 1840 Alton Road Phone 2-6133 MIAMI 101 S. W. let Street 5327 N. Miami Are. 4100 N. W. 22nd Ae. Phone 89-7511 % %  M



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+Jewish fhrldHan PAGE FIFTEEN LILLIAN DURRANT'S 4lst Street Flower Shop Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 58-7221 •• %  "flOIfti FASHION1ST In Complete Wedding Service cr,Arializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER HUTCHISON SERVICE STATION 1155 Collins Avenue PHONE 58-9941 FUTCH ROBERTS PLUMBERS DAVID E. FUTCH and EDWARD O. ROBERTS CONTRACTING — REPAIRS "If Experience Counts — We Count" 288 N. W. 71st Street P^one 77685 MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH DORN-MARTIN DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 200 Sunset Drive South Miami "THE MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH" PLASTERING BY D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO. 450 N. W. 71st STREET. MIAMI PHONE 89-6924 PASS PAINTING CO. (Not Inc.) INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR Painting — Decorating — Wall Papering Licensed — Insured 2820 Coral Wav Pn no 48-5971 SPENCE H. PASS. Owner J. MILONE PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 208 N. W. 28th Street 3-3735 %  '-•-• ...'..-> %  > ',*** %  M>0MS—— "" „.*tM an ——— Give ond to giving help science defeat the disease G Sat ^JTo*** cwerage, one out of every two hc^inAn,e^Sayloyoulf...l^^y \noney to Wp those stricken by Cancer to five ogam. EVERY NICKLE AND DIME I give helps support an JSShnSprogram teaching new thousandshaw to •* %  recognize Cancer and what to do about ,t. EVERY QUARTER I give helps set up and •£#£ research Ipborotones where scienUsts are dedicaUng their lives to find the cause-and cure of Cancer. EVERY DOLLAR I send helps buy new eqwpmenl, heps establish new facilities for treating and curing Cancer, both still pitifully scarce in th,s country... C Sard those you love! Give to conquer Cancer! Lubrication — Batteries — Tires Pick-Up and Delirery 71 st Street Service Station C. A. MacDONALD SHELL SERVICE Miami Beach Phones 6-9170—6-3747 FOR GOOD COFFEE MIAMI COFFEE MILLS HOTEL & RESTAURANT BLENDS 1353 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-3510 NEIL BERK-REAL ESTATE MIAMI BEACH AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY American Cancer Society and The Dade County Cancer Institute 126 N. E. FIRST STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDA Louisi iville Title Insurance Company Louisville, Kentucky Announces the Appointment ox Fidelity Title Company Lingford Building Phone 2-5218 MUnii AS AGENT TO ISSUE POLICIES OF TITLE INHiniMrr TW ninr COUNTY. FLOHiUA Florid* AGENT TO ISSUE FO£H£*" ''{ g^mx SURANCE IN DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA THOMAS J. BLAKE. President^ V! JACK AND ROSE KAABE NEWS TOWER GRIIX "WE ATM TO PLEASE" Lunches — Sandwiches — Soft Drinks IN THE NEWS TOWER t %  \ LOGAN ROOFING CO. BUILT-UP & TILE ROOFS — ALL TYPES ROOFS REPAIRED — FREE ESTIMATES 3478 Coral Way Phone 481519 EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1191 N.W. 22nd St. Ph.3-8795 FINCHER OLDSMOBILE, INC. 1740 N. E. Second Avenue wrvm



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PAGE SIXTEEN ^JmlstthrlJlait Mrs. Grossinger To Present Painting by Israeli Artist To U-M The painting, "Yemenite Boy With Flowers" by the famous Israeli artist, M. Matusovsky, Tel Aviv, which was shown recently at the exhibitions of Israeli art held in Miami Beach, will be presented by its owner. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger of Miami Beach, to the University of Miami. "Yomenite Boy With Flowers" has been recognized by critics as one of the finest examples of modern art. Mrs. Grossinger, in presenting the picture to the university, expressed the hope that its presence there would serve to inspire the student body, faculty, and general public with a realization of the part which art can play in bringing about a better understanding between different nations and that a tie of friendship between the people of Israel and of this locality would thus be forged. The official presentation to Dr. Bowman Ashe, president of the University of Miami, will be made this morning at 11 o'clock at the university, by a delegation of Miami notables. ATTRACTIVE MAN with A-l Business Ability & Means Interested in Meeting Similar Young Lady. WRITE MR. S. P. O. Box 3505. Miami 22, Fla. Cantor Berele Kelemer Kelemer To Sing At Jewish Home For Aged Cantor Berele Kelemer of the Miami Heberw School and Congregation will participate in the Mother's Day musical program to be presented at the Jewish Home for the Aged at 2 p.m. Sunday. The affair is under the sponsorship of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the home. Gifts will be presented to all women residents and refreshments will be served. Leo Steinman is in charge of the program. SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN INSECTICIDES FUMIGATING EXTERMINATING EARL WHITFORD APEX PEST CONTROL SERVICE 3582 N. W. 22nd Ave. Pnone 3-7500 TELEVISION Clubs Organizations Raise Money— Give away a Television Set Buy Direct from Distributor MIAMI DISTRIBUTORS 10 N. E. 3rd Ave. Phone 2-4118 QUIET HOME Refined atmosphere — Working people or convalescing. Board optional. Every convenience. Near Bus 19 or 35. Tel. 4-6014. 1020 N. W. 22nd AVE. ATTRACTIVE HOME ATMOSPHERE Private Room—Good Board S35.00 per week Gentleman Preferred Ph. 86-4057 After 10 A.M. Auxiliary To Meet Louis D. Brandeis auxiliary No. 199, Free Sons of Israel, will hold %  a special meeting at the Sea| comber Hotel, Miami Beach, Thursday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Harvey j Herman, program chairman, will !be assisted by Mrs. Samuel Gordon, president, and Mrs. Robert Jacobson, second vice president. Ernie Wolfe Announces Council Candidacy A. Ernest Wolfe, realtor, builder-contractor and apartment hotel owner, has joined the race for a Miami Beach council post. A resident of the Beach for 25 years, he has been active in a number of organizations, including the Elks, Masons, Temple Beth Sholom, B'nai B'rith, Miami Beach Board of Realtors, Zionists of Amreica and the Presidents Council. He is president of the Miami Beach Anglers Club, Inc. and was one of the founders of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. Wolfe, his wife and three children, live at 4474 Sheridan Ave. Beach Hadassah To Hold Shower Palestinian Supplies Committee ,>: the Miami Beach Hadassah will hold its annual Linen Shower Monday at Temple Beth Sholom at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Freda F. Newman, chairman of the committee, invites all members to attend and contribute some item of linen such as sheets, pillow cases, towels. blankets, wash-cloths, table-cloths, infants clothing or anything comparable. Hospital supplies such as bandages, adhesive tape, bedspreads, quilted pads and unbleached linen are also needed. All merchandise will be packed ready to be shipped after the meeting to Hadassah hospitals and welfare institutions in Israel, and to immigrant families who have arrived to make their homes in the Jewish State. A number of urgent cables from Jerusalem have recently been received, asking for the immediate shipment of hospital supplies, therefore, all members are implored to cooperate. Those who find it inconvenient to bring linens can contribute money which will go toward the purchase of supplies needed. Those unable to attend the meeting but who wish to contribute are asked to phone Mrs. Newman at 9-2664. LEGAL NOTICES WIDOWER Middle Thirties, Refined. Clean Cut, desires to meet attractive widow in laie 20's or early 30's. Write to A. S. Box 2973 Miami 18, Fla. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY KURII>A. — IN CHANCERY. No 121475. MOLLTE IIKRSII. Plaintiff, vs. SAM HER8H, Defendant. You, SAM HERSH, c/o Rand Drug Company, 617 Homewood Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on the 6th day of June, A I>. 194ft. otherwise decree pro confeaao will be entered against you. I>at.-d this '.th day of May, A. D i'.•:• E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. uit Com t Seal) By M. C. PEIOE, Deputy Clerk. Ml I.TON A. FR IK DMAN Seybold Hldg. Attorney for Applicant 5/6-13-20-27 DUNCRAGGAN INN HENDERSONVIILE, N. C. Private Swimming Pool. Golf, Horseback Riding, Entertainment, Excellent Cuisine REDUCED RATES FOR JUNE HOROWITZ KOSHER INN 331 1st Avenue West HENDERSONVIILE. N. C. Announces the re-opening of their 27th season with an expert cook under the supervision of Mr. and Mrs. A. Horowiti. Special seasonal rates. Write to Horowitz Kosher Inn [or reservations. Miami AJC Will Install Officers Mrs. A. A. Hayden, who was recently re-elected president of the Miami Chapter of the Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, will be installed at Burdine's auditorium Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Rabi Max Shapiro, who installed the original officers of the organization when the chapter was founded in 1946, will again act as installing officer and guest speaker. Cantor Maurice Mamches will sing, accompanied by Mrs. Elsie Steibel at the piano. Mrs. Mark Kaplan will serve as toastmistress. Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, first president and present honoray president, will deliver the invocation. Representing the national AJC at the ceremonies will be Mrs. Louis Glasser, national vice president and president of the Florida Women's Division. Afternoon tea will be served in the auditorium for the first time and will be folowed by a fashion show. Besides Mrs. Hayden, the following will take office: the Mesdames Michael Arnold, Leon Curtice, Bessie Elman, Robert S. Levin, David Rabinowitz, John Weintraub, vice presidents: Mrs. Harold Drucker, recording secretary:; Mrs. George Cohen and Mrs. Sam Hyman, coresponding secretaries: Mrs. Louis Auerbach, financial secretary. Mrs. A. Ladd, treasurer; Mrs. Isidore Cohen, Mrs. Joseph Fine, Mrs. Mark Kaplan and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin trustees. Truly Nolen Expert Warns Termites Are \o\v Siva rming This is the time of year when highly destructive subterranean termites are swarming and forming new colonies, according to Truly Nolen, head of the Economy Exterminators. He states that these creatures usually swarm out in the open in the spring and fall of each year to form new colonies. It is wise for the homeowner who finds evidence of termite infestation to call upon a termite control expert, Nolen advises, for no two infestations are exactly alike and no set of recommendations can be given that would b FUR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 1M4M. ELAINE ZUCKMAN LOMBARDI, I'lalntiif, vs. JOSEPH 1>>.MI!ARD1, I vfendant. You, JOSEPH IX>MBARDI, 31b W .M mh Street, N.w fork City, New York, are notified to file your appearance in the above caUM for divorce on the 6th day of June, A. L). 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 4 day of May, A D 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. PEIOE, Dcput) I 'lei k MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Seybold Bid*. Attorney for Applicant 5/6-13-20-27 Palsy Clinic To Hold Supper. Games Party The Cerebral Palsy Clinic, 304 S.W. 8th Ave.. will hold its first supper and games party tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the Beth El auditorium, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Tariff is one dollar and all proceeds will go toward a speech therapist for the clinic. The clinic is open to the public every day from 9 a.m. to 430 p.m.. according to Mrs. Etha Beck j manager, who announces that she and Miss Florence Sokowsky, I physiotherapist, will answer any questions about the clinic I 14 Years ervice in Community Interest* Home Owner ..ttomey Budweiser ANHEUSER-BUSCH SAINT LOUIS, Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, Int SAM BLANK, Pres. Phono 2-7401 Miami, Fla. FEVER & EISENSTEHV HealtoU Phono 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 14 Year* of Experience in Building Construction on Mlsml Beh LEO EISENSTEIN W. L FEUER TRULY NOLEN. President NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engagiin busin.-ss under the fictitious name of LITTLE RIVIERA COCKTAIL LOUNGE at number 165 N.E. 79th Street In the City of Miami, Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 6, 1949

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 6, 1949

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01109

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
22NUMBER 18
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 6. 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
ilitical Committee Begins Debate
Irael Application For Admission
[kdale Offers
Klan Bill
srant Stockdale of Miami
fed in the House this week
Inion bill to an anti-Ku
bn measure sponsored by
liter G. Walker of Day-
[ction will make possible
ng of a public hearing on
before a joint meeting
louse and Senate judici-
littee.
sposed law would pro-
ly person over 16 from
kg masked on the public
Ind highways, demanding
to the property of a
citizen, attending any
or placing any exhibit
Iroperty of others without
ten consent,
for violation would be
or 60 days in jail.
U before the Senate is
ingent. It merely pro-
tsked and hooded persons
Iblic property.
:h Big Month
(Blood Bank
Irch 1949 the Blood Bank
County prepared 1,747
lions, the largest month in
n and a half years of its
'. 597 were for charity
158 for patients at the
Administration Hospi-
oral Gables, and 992 were
patients,
ludies of the Rh factor in
were done for expect-
ents during the month.
Ithese were charity cases
I were private,
krge demands brought the
of blood to a dangerous-
level several times during
Jjth, and it was necessary
to emergency measures
he needed donors in.
factors are responsible for
rd month. New hospitals
Ining, creating room for
fal patients to be treated,
uses of human blood in
|ine treatment of diseases
stantly increasing. Both
factors are continuing,
need for blood will grow
flood Bank will welcome
donation from anyone
[qualified, and the dona-
remain there as a credit
[an be used at any time
lonor or anyone the donor
signate.
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
58-nation U.N. Ad Hoc Political
Committee began formal debate
on Israel's application for ad-
mission after Gen. Carlos Rom-
ulo of the Philippines, the chair-
man, ruled down all Arab objec-
tions.
A formal proposal by Dr.
Charles Malik of the Lebanon
called for postponement of action
on the application until Israel ac-
cepted the principle of the inter-
nationalization of Jerusalem and
the voluntary return of Arab
reguees.
Argentina submitted a formal
proposal inviting the Vatican to
present its formula for the pro-
tection of Holy Places in Pales-
tine. However, the Argentine
delegate repeatedly underscored
the fact that he does not inter-
pose any "condition" for the ad-
mission of Israel which he says
his delegation "sympathetically"
supports.
Warren R. Austin, United
States delegate, was instrumental
in bringing about the committee's
discussion of the membership bid.
In the face of repeated Arab at-
tempts to postpone, adjourn and
scuttle the application, Austin
rose with a proposal for a quick
vote, which almost brought about
a vote then and there and caused
the Arabs to drop their attempts
to block discussion. Canada and
Chinaboth members of the Se-
curity Councilupheld the valid-
ity of the Council's recommenda-
tion that Israel be accepted as
a member of the U.N.
Rabbi Herzog Sparks 49 Drive
Singer Named Federation Head
Federation Leaders Meet
To Stabilize Fund-Raising
NEW YORK, (JTA)A two-
day meeting of a special commit-
tee established by the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds to explore the "desirabil-
ity and feasibility" of various pro-
posals aimed at assuring greater
stability, unification and com-
munity participation in policies
governing national fund-raising
for non-local causes will take
place in New York this week, it
was announced here.
The thirty-man committee,
headed by Julian Freeman of In-
dianapolis, will seek remedies for
repeated crises which have threat-
ened disruption of major national
drives and caused local conflicts.
It will also study the efficiency
of current forms of national cam-
paign organizations.
Dr. Isaac Halevi Herzog, chief
rabbi of Israel, was principal
speaker at the annual meeting of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration last night at the Munici-
pal Auditorium, Bayfront Park.
William D. Singer was elected
president of Federation at the
meeting. Singer, who has served
as chairman of the 1949 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, succeeds
Jacob Sher, who was named
honorary president.
Others who were elected to of-
fice were: Jack Ablin, Abraham
Goodman, Sam Lachman, Stan-
ley C. Myers and Herbert E.
Scher, vice presidents; Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin, secretary; Joseph M.
Rose, treasurer; Sam Blank,
Moses Ginsberg, Monte Selig, Carl
Weinkle and Jacob Ziskind, trus-
tees.
Also elected at the meeting
were the governors-at-large.
The Rabbi was introduced to
the gathering by Stanley C.
Myers. William D. Singer pre-
sented him a scroll, which con-
tained the names of individuals
who made additional contribu-
tions to the Combined Jewish
Appeal at a luncheon given in
Rabbi Herzog's honor yesterday
at noon at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community Center.
Speaking at the luncheon, Rab-
Wm. D. Singer
bi Herzog said that financial sac-
rifices could in no way compare
to the sacrifices that had been
made by the people of Israel who
had given their lives for the free-
dom of the new state and urged
all present to make additional
contributions to the campaign.
$27,000 was raised at the lunch-
eon. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, presi-
dent of the Florida Rabbinical
Association, presided at the meet-
ing.
Rabbi Herzog arrived in Miami
Wednesday night after address-
ing an anniversary rally in Madi-
son Square Garden, New York.
He was met by a delegation of all
the rabbis of Greater Miami,
Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and
West Palm Beach, as well as of-
ficers of Jewish organizations and
lay leaders.
In the rabbi's party were his
wife; Rabbi J. Goldman, his
American secretary; Herman Gil-
man, Boston, and Harold Golden-
berg, Mineapolis, Jewish lay
leader.
Rabbi Herzog has been spiritual
leader of Palestinian Jews since
1936. Prior to that he served as
chief rabbi of Ireland and pre-
viously had been chief rabbi of
Belfast and chief rabbi of Dublin.
Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary To Hold
First Official Function Thursday
First official function of the | ices in the Community." Miss
Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
Hospital of Greater Miami will
be a program in observance of
National Hospital Day to be held
at the hospital grounds at, 4300
Alton Road. Miami Beach, Thurs-
day, May 12, from 2 to 4 p.m. All
women of Greater Miami are in-
vited to attend and become mem-
bers.
In addition to a brief organiza-
tion meeting, the program will
include addresses on the subject
of Volunteer Activities in the
Hospital Program. Max Orovitz,
Alice E. Mustard, supervisor of
nursing at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital, will speak on "The Rela-
tionship of Volunteers to the Hos-
pital." Rudy Baum, accordionist
will furnish musical selections.
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel will
open the program with an in-
vocation.
A reception and tour of the
hospital grounds will conclude
the afternoon. Members of the
auxiliary's planning committee
will serve as hostesses, assisted
president of the board of trustees^ by the wives of the members of
will talk on "The History of Mt.Wh" hnarH nf tm"**tm whn a~
Sinai Hospital and the Outlook
for the Future." Mrs. L. J. Mc-
Caffrey, past president of the
Florida Federation of Women's
Clubs, will discuss "The Rela-
tion of Women to Health Serv-
ttcr Miami Rabbis Greet Chief Rabbi Of Israel
n.m"qjMjfim*
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the board of trustees, who are the
Mesdames Leonard Abess, Jack
A. Ablin, Sam Blank, Sam Fried-
land, Leo Gerngross, Moses Gins-
berg, Abraham Goodman, Morris
Goodman, Benjamin N. Kane, J.
Gerald Lewis, Stanley C. Myers,
Max Orovitz. Dan Ruskin, Her-
bert E. Scher, Monte Selig, Jacob
Sher, William Singer, Harry Sir-
kin, Joseph Stein, Arthur Ungar,
Carl Weinkle, Leonard A. Wien
and Mitchell Wolfson.
Floral decorations will be ar-
ranged by Mrs. Colman A. Zwit-
man.
Town '49ers Form
At Luncheon
A Town group of Forty-Niners
was organized at a luncheon at
the Seven Seas Restaurant Fri-
day. Aaron Kanner presided.
Joseph M. Rose was presented
with the fifth pickaxe of the
campaign at the meeting. Pre-
vious recipients of campaign
pickaxes were Aaron Kanner,
Joseph Gardner, Jack Ablin and
Dr. Stanley Frehling.
Present at the meeting were:
Samuel Macy, Ben Markowitz,
Joe Scheinberg, Louis Gillman,
Sidney Lefcourt, Dr. Stanley
Frehling, Herbert E. Scher, Louis
Loeb, Aaron Kanner and Emil
Gould.
greeting Dr I*ar MmI wroa chiaf rabbi of Israel, who arrived in Miami Wednesday
JfSii beh'lf" *S uSSrSSS fppeahare a t+l^***+3*2
Airi? ri9ht Lfr0Bt Mw) Rabbi Irvinq Lehrmn' M0'M 35 ,l\ndDaYidRaabV
AP1. Joseph E. Rackovsky; (rear row) Iimc H. Ev*r. Murray Grauer and DaTia nau..
Mrs. Sirkin Makes
Final Drive Report
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of
the Women's Unit of the 1949
Combined Jewish Appeal, made
her final report this week. She
issued her thanks to the women
who participated in the cam-
paign.
Pointing out that true to its
promise the Women's Unit
brought in ten per cent of the
total sum raised, she said, "The
most important objective we
have accomplished, however, is
getting the women of the com-
munity to accept the principle of
independent giving. There will
be a larger number of women
contributors in the 1949 Honor
Roll than ever before."
Co-chairmen of the Women's
Unit were the Mesdames Abra-
ham Goodman, Louis Glasser,
Carl Weinkle, Sylvia Chertkof,
Alexander Kogan, Leo Gem-
gross, Jean Altschul and Jack
Ablin.
Mass Rally Marks
Israeli Birthday
A capacity audience observed
the local celebration of the first
anniversary of the State of Is-
rael, Wednesday night, May 4 at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
under the auspices of the Greater
Miami Zionist Emergency Coun-
cil.
More than a thousand people
were turned away. The event was
transferred to the Center from
Flamingo Park due to inclement
weather.
I. R. Goodman was chairman of
the evening. Dr. David Andron
delivered the principal address
of the evening and during the
course of his remarks stated
"In one brief year, crowded with
struggle and war and epic resist-
ance against all the aggressive
attacks of countries numbering
millions of Arabs, Israel was able
to effect a dynamic and almost
complete transformation, politi-
cally, militarily, artistically and
spiritually."
A Magillah narrating the his-
tory of the creation of the State
of Israel was presented in drama-
tic form. Written especially for
the occasion by Rabbi Leon Kron-
lsh, the presentation was par-
ticipated in by the University of
Miami choir, Jewish Folk chorus,
Hebrew Academy choir, Greater
Miami Cantors Association and
Judaea groups.
Telegrams were read from Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, president of
the State of Israel and from Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver. J. E. Cox,
member of the local Junior Cham-
ber of Comerce, who volunteered
his services as a technical ad-
visor to the Israeli Air Force
spoke to the gathering relating in-
formation that he had gathered
during his stay in Israel.
Mayor Marcie Liberman of Mi-
ami Beach spoke briefly.

I


PACT TWO
Jmistrkrkttar_
FRIDAY. MAY 6.
I'll Say...
By HARRY STMONHOFF
Communist Destroyers Of
The Jewish Heritage
Last year, when tbe fate cf Pal-
estine hur-g ir. the i^alar.ce. Russia
threw rts Mi -**:?'-: :--.--.
"." N. Male. It s -.<: --::ul *-.->;:-.-.-
the Jewish State would bc*
ged >. .t- .: t.-.e =:d .:' ".he
-ts. Whether SUi;r.'= -,b;^-
ttrc *M to Kelp Is: -z--:
wt matt, r.ever-
-.' feel grateful
Communist Anti- Zionism
Ye: B '=**-* -':; "'
Zjoo ~ q aeition i
.-.. n Zionists were
at 1 ive li.-r.;.-. '..-. the pre-
text that the* wtn centa of
. Impenalisn] Today this
lid hardly be rr.'.J'.h-rC
even by the dumbest cluck, arhc
parrots 0m party line Yet Lovers
of Zion still languiE.'. in S.ber.a
and the Arctic Circle And Hon-
.;:'.;..'-.: k lest
the Iron Cur-
tain forbid Jews to k -.--- Poland,
Roumania Hungary, Bulgi
Cze lovakis There are too
man) it point to their
-.:' immigration to Is-
Early Soviet Policy
:.-. fact the entire Jewish p
:' the Soviets Hided in1
tery When the ;-.
.: :r. '.:'.' '.:.';;; .rr.rr.ed:-
ately abolish -cial ar.? re-
ligiou discrimination A i if v.
rr.b/-.': .-.. for the ctim fliet-
Len;n virtually
bent ';:' k ard in b
the Jews For example
a harsl itl idi adopted to-
'.%.--: .-.:.g.-.r. ?:.'-. whether
r;.-".< m Roman, were p
rded the
res r. ;n alliaiu
with private property resting or.
the triple f< indatiora erf pecula-
tion, profiteering, a.-.d exploita-
tion en< : '. iinter-rev<.
ary. But Rabbis were not
After all Judaism was in-
significant in the vast So%-:et
And maltreatment of Rab-
.. would identify the Soviet;
with the Elac.Jc Hur.dreds.
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The Yevseksia
B-*. the i\z::T. -.rr.ev. s: r.
this*- A: :-..=. --.: some Jewish
party mrntklt farmed a bund
called Tevsekssa, On:t again tru
truth of a Biblical axirr. wai
- : Ihy --vtrsyers ar.d -.- -
tr.ee sp. at ar
.-: z.i'.h_-" rr.'re effic:er.:y ."
.r.g the spir.t-al r.er.tag^
' .ts ar.
Conversos ir. Spa.r.. whe a.-ew up
24 directives to advise the ba-
te trap the Mar-
ranos, were not more rafhha
their efforts to pluck out Jud
root and branch. The Soviet Gen-
tiles merely had to trail a
the av biased by their Je
rolleagnea
Eclipse of Russian Judaism
Judaism '.as astounded the
thinking world with itl ability to
survive the -ledge hammer blows
of Roman Legions, the degrading
laws of Byzantine Err.perors, the
fanaticism .'. Moslem hordes, the
: jghts '-'. armed knights, the
fiery eloquer.
..-.- -._.--.r.* faggots of obdurate
Inqui : the violence of mur-|
derous mobs, the stagnation of,
luffocating Ghettos, the brutality!
of barbaric Cossacks, the cruel-
ties of numerous expuh.
trangulation of economic boy-
tti the virus of scier.tific Anti-
Semitism. Yet it was reserved for
our generatj n I oder at the
eclipse of Russian Judaism within
3 decades of Soviet rule. Tr.e
nation is quite simple.
Er.emies from without can be held
off indefinitely .:' the closed wall
.igion. learr.ing.
:-:.t. and observance. But
the fortifications are de-
fa beti ayers and de-
:'. m within, then the
wall itself crumbles quickly
.-. igh.
Like the Spar.sh Meshumadim.
the Yavseksia knew the weak
spots quite well. Tr.ey outlawed
Hebrewsomething their Gentile
confreres refrained from doing
with Greek and Latin, sacred to
the Orthodox and Catholic faiths.
They purged the entire Rab-
binical literature by placir.g it on
the S viel Index Expurgatorius.
Synagogues were converted into
r.alls. clubs, or gymnasiums. Like
Hadrian of old, tr.ey set stony
faces upon teachers who might
instruct the young in the rudi-
ments of Judaism. They did their
job only too thoroughly. For dur-
ing the excruciating agor.ies of
the war, Stalin found it necessary
to restore religion and give the
Greek Orthodox Church official
standing. But the Jewish reneg-
ades had mocked, scorned and
ed all loyalties to the Hebcew
tradition to the extent that any
revival of Judaism in Russia
seems hardly possible.
Biro-Bidjan
These doctrinaires from the
Ghetto aimed their keenest shafts
at the Zionists. They were acute
enough to sense in Zionism the
Beth El To Honor Mothers At r'ot>
The Sisterhood of Beth El Con
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gregatior. will hold its first an-
nual Mother's Day luncheon and
fashion show on Sunday. May
15 at 1:30 p.m. at the Dora Au-
Bfemorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th
Childresi from the Beth El He-
brew and Sunday School will
model at the show. Mrs. Bea
Freeman of the Addie Rose
frocks will commentate on the
Mn Err.ar.uel Karger.
past president .
wifl act as mistress of censS?
Mrs. Eugene J. S, r*^
eral chairman and her &J
elude the Mesdames Jack Sh
Max Rappapon AKred TJ
Samuel Geltner. Albert 7-J*
Leo Rottenberg and l&tftg
Reservations an be **
calling Mrs. Zisr
the Beth El office 9-300t^
Kovner To Head
llillel < ouncil
Walter Kovner i:
. at :: the H...-: Advisory
Council at a me
......--.--. last
elected to office "- EIrj
Stone, vice presides; S
Rose tecretarj Mn 5.
V. ieL tre:;-rr:
The group :e:.irt *.: -- "--:
hiv meeting ::sd
Tr.ursday of each Kovner
announced. At prea nt
cil is working :r. a detail i :- -
gram for the coming
vital force ir. Jewish ----- Zion-
ists became declassed citizens, on
a par with the Black Hund
pogromists, or the Write Russian
plotters for a new Czarist regirr.-:-
As ar. offset to Zion. a
imagir.ery Jewish Republic was
figmented and given a name and
itation. Although this Asiatic
land near Mar.chuna is neither
Jewish nor a Republic, it has
served to delude the well mean-
ing naive. Our own Miami Fed-
eration was weak enough to
swallow the -Party Line" by-
donating $1,000 to Biro Bidjar. at
a time when the Hagaran was
straining every nerve and sinew
to obtain arms and munitions to
erect Medir.as Israel.
The Time Servers
Tr.e turncoat agility of these
cold cynics is unbelievable When
Stalin gave Hitler the green light
to murder and torture Jews and
proletarians, these puppets im-
pressed the Kosher seal on that
Non-Aggression Pact. Even in
Miami, Communist stooges chat-
tered their well rehearsed lines:
Hitler was justified in atta
England because the British
double-crossed the Jews in Pal-
estine.
It is difficult to guess the mo-
tives that actuated Russia to sup-
port the State of Israel. But if the
Kremlin reverts to Anti-Zionist
policy, we can trace the change to
Jewish advisors of the S
Politburo.
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FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1949
'Jenisli fhrkBan
PAGE THREE
Councilman Turk Announces Candidacy
,j Beach Councilman Har-.
M Turk this week announced!
S candidacy for re-election
Tune V with a pledge to continue
Ms sincere ana aggressive fight I
for establishment of a long-
range capital improvement pro-
grCampaigning under the new
down 'The MAN with a PLAN."
Councilman Turk said he would
make every effort to obtain ap-
proval by the council of his now
Smding resolution for setting up
a Citizens' Planing Committee.
Such a committee, Turk point-
ed out, representative of all
agencies interested in the pro-
gress of Miami Beach, would be
charged with responsibility of in-
vestigation and report on such
vital matters as parking areas,
zoning parks and beaches,
streets' and lighting, the water
system, an additional visitor at-
tractions, additional sources of
revenue with which to accom-
plish these developments and
many other duties and functions
too cumbersome for the council
alone to thoroughly investigate.
Furthermore, Turk added, he
would favor the immediate de-
velopment of an outstanding
sports and recreational program
with especial emphasis on swim-
ming, tennis and other activities
so ideally suited to this climate.
At least two municipal swim-
ming pools would be an import-
ant cog in this phase of the pro-
gram.
Turk also favors establishment
of a special events department
to develop new visitor attractions
and cultural programs so needed
in a city of the character of Mi-
ami Beach.
An exponent of moderate-cost
housing for municipal employes
and school teachers, Councilman
Turk also favors a comprehensive
study for such a development.
Turk's interest in modernizing
methods for fire and police pro-
tection already has been demon-
strated during his year on the
council. He has been responsible
for sending men from each de-
partment to nationaly recognized
schools to learn new ideas and
return here to teach them in
their respective departments. He
a\so has recommended the im-
mediate installation of police ap-
paratus to determine drunken-
ness.
An immediate study of the
interrelation and interdepend-
ence of Miami Beach to surround-
ing areas for a greater communi-
ty benefit is among the* top-
drawer projects for "the Man
with a Plan." .
Turk was elected to the council
two years ago but has served only
one year due to lengthy court
procedure in which he finallv
won his seat.
Turk's novel announcement oi
njs candidacy was presented in
tie form of a televised broad-
cast over station WTVJ, prob-
aiy making Turk the first man
children live at 4312 Royal Palm
Ave. He has been here since 1937
Jewish Floridian
Wins Test On
| Legal Notices
The Florida supreme court re-
Harold Turk
in history to officialy announce
his campaign for public office
through the medium of television.
He was accompanied by his wife
Stella who participated in the
broadcast.
The Turks and their three
Nholeiii Ledge To
Hear Wm. Singer
William D. Singer, prominent
local business man and civic
leader, who ^recently returned
from a tour of Israel will address
the memoers am7 guests of
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, at
their regular meeting Tuesday at
8:15 p.m. at Temple Israel.
Singer will express the lay-
man's point of view on his first-
hand observations during his trip
through Palestine. In addition,
two sound movies will be shown
entitled: "Homecoming 1949,"
narrated by Melvyn Douglas and
"Memorandum on a Victory" de-
picting the battle in the Negev
desert and the development of
peaceful community life in that
area following hostilities.
B'nai B'rith is commemorating
the first anniversary of Israel's
rebirth. Frank Jaffe, lodge secre-
tary, is chairman of the program
committee and he will be assisted
by Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. Goldie
Rand and Mrs. J. Kronenfeld.
and a practicing attorney since cently ruled that The Jewish
1938. Turk is chairman of the
public relations committee, Con-
ference of Christians and Jews;
a member of the boards of di-
rectors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, YM & WHA
and the Lighthouse for the Blind,
and is past president of the Uni-
versity of Miami Hillel Advisory
council and B'nai B'rith. He is
a member of the Elks lodge,
Chamber of Commerce, Zionist
district, Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Temple Beth Sholom, Ex-
change club and Civic league.
Jr. Hadassah To
Honor Mothers
The Miami Beach unit of Junior
Hadassah will hold its annual
Mother's Day Tea honoring mem-
bers and their mothers at the De-
lano Hotel on Sunday afternoon
from 2 to 4 p.m.
Plans also are being formulated
for the installation banquet and
dance which will take place on
May 21.
The group held its annual
donor dinner recently at Alan
Gale's Celebrity Club. Miss Frieda
Ankus was donor queen with
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz and Miss
Phyllis Wilpon as runners-up.
Floridian is acceptable for the
publication of legal notices.
When Secretary of State R. A.
Gray refused to accept a certi-
ficate of dissolution published in
The Jewish Floridian on the
grounds that the paper was a
"class publication," the court di-
rected that he accept the cer-
tification. '
The court ruled that the con-
tents and not the class of the sub-
scribers determines whether a,
newspaper is acceptable for the lren will present a program for
publication of legal notices. e entertainment of their mo-
! thers and a Mother s Scroll of
The court held that although Fame will also be a feature of
85.6 per cent of the oaper's nnld the function.
subscribers are Jewish, a portion; Mrs. Norman Russ and Mrs.
Jack Lawson are in charge of the
luncheon which is being spon-
sored by the Beth Sholom PTA.
Beth Sholom Students
Vote For "Honor Mother"
The children of Beth Sholem
Religious School Sunday voted
for the "Honor Mother of the
Year." The announcement
their vote will be made at the
mother-child luncheon tomorrow
in the temple banquet hall, ac-
cording to Sydney J. Greenberg,
school principal.
The mother-child luncheon will
follow a special Mother's Day
service, to be conducted by Rabbi
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of
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"m>AV, MAY!S 10J
EDITORIAL
I Year Later
When Israel was proclaimed a year ago not
even the optimists in our midst were so bold as
to predict that the nascent state would rise to
high international stature and gain almost uni-
versal recognition within a year.
Israel was born in strife and in the midst oi
hostility from powerful states which were direct-
ing world destiny. Yet the infant state walked
firmly from the very first day of its birth. Under
leadership that was as determined as it was wise,
the new state met its enemies on the field of
battle and emerged triumphant against odds that
would have terrified the less courageous and less
faithful. The early days were difficult. For weeks
the fortunes of war and position vacillated. Terror
swayed over the Holy City and death from above
threatened Tel Aviv. Shadows of doubt began
creeping over those of us who beheld the struggle
from afar. But the fearless men and women in
Israel were guided by a faith that knew no defeat.
In the end, after being tested in a crucible of fire
that was not of Arab making alone, their faith
was rewarded with victory. The miracle of the
many succumbing to the few re-asserted itself in
Jewish history.
But that was only the first phase in the struggle
for revival and survival. Modern wars aie not
won on the fields of battle alone. There was to
follow a series of diplomatic skirmishes aimed at
doing to Israel with the scalpel of statesmanship
what the Arabs were failing to accomplish with
gun and fire. The diplomatic war against Israel,
within and without the precincts of the United
Nations, is still on. But all signs point to the fact
that Israel will not come out second best in that
phase of the test.
As Israel enters the second year of its existence
the early elation and joy give way to the realiza-
tion that difficult days aie still ahead. The ab-
sorption of tens upon tens of thousands of im-
migrants, the transformation of the country from
a war to a peace economy, the kneading of fresh
elements into a social and intellectual entity, the
housing and employment situations, the estab-
1SAACL.
an
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JjR,
a&&&t
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lishment of firm government structures, the ef-
fectuation of diplomatic and trade relations, the
building of industry and manufacture, the place-
ment of manpower in agriculture and related
activitiesthese, and others, are among the many
problems with which Israel must cope in the
future.
The task is not an easy one. But neither is it
impossible of attainment if there is peace and
there is no diminution of interest among Jewry in
what Israel means to the tens of thousands of
Jews in Europe and in the Moslem countries whose
sole hope for survival rests in resettlement in the
Jewish state.
National Hospital Day
Slowly but surely, without too much fag
for the present, Mt. Sinai Hospital is comma te
being.
Work is progressing steadily on the site of k
Nautilus and the trustees and the doctors
looking forward to occupancy by early M
Needless to say the additional hospital bed,
will be of invaluable service and the a.dd<|
facilities that will be provided in excellent jm
roundings will fulfill the hopes of these man
years for our Jewish Community.
An opportunity to inspect Mt. Sinai group, m
4300 Alton Road will present itself as National
Hospital Day is observed next Thursday. Hosta fa
the occasion will be the newly formed Women',
Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai.
Purpose of the Women's Auxiliary is to inter-
pret the Mt. Sinai Hospital to the community, to
be of service to the hospital and the hospital
patients, to supplement the work of the Social
Service Department, to operate Gift and Coffe*
Shops, to undertake to furnish funds for specific
needs in the hospital, and to interpret the needj
of the hospital and the patients of the hospital to
the board of trustees.
Formed by a group of women just ten monthi
ago the auxiliary's acceptance to the community
can be described in no better manner than to re-
veal that its membership already exceeds 1400.
The auxiliary is open to all women of serioui
purpose and good standing in this community and
the surrounding area.
National Hospital Day offers the women of this
community an opportunity to join the Mt Sinai
Auxiliarya privilege of serving a most worthy
project and to the public an opportunity to se
Mt. Sinai in the progress of becoming a reality.
YMHA Home Camp
Plans Completed
The eleventh season of the
home camp of the Miami Y will ^
open Monday morning, June 27.'
and will continue for a period of
eight weeks thereafter, Mrs. Ada
Sheiner, chairman has announced.
The camp will be held on the Y
grounds at 450 S.W. 16th Ave.
and will employ all buildings
and indoor facilities as well as
an entire block of playground
area.
Mrs. Sheiner stated that this
year the Miami Y Home Camp
will be bigger and better than
ever before. "It will adhere to
the theory and principle that
camps should provide fun. health,
character and personality de-
velopment, new skills, and train-
ing for democracy and citizen-
ship," she said. Particular stress
and emphasis will be given to
Jewish content in the overall pro-
gramming.
There will be informal dramat-
ics, metalcraft, softball, badmin-
ton, nature lore, Jewish holiday
projects, photography, ping pong,
group games, basketball, news-
paper, Youth Council, leather-
craft, baton twirling, folk danc-
ing, Oneg Shabbat, ballet, music
and tumbling. Hikes and visita-
tions will be arranged for the
older groups. Besides the regular
camp program, swimming instruc-
tion will be given at the Beach
where the children will be taken
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Obituaries
JACOB DAVIS
Age 62. W. Miami Ave., small loan
offlcr proprietor and local resident
for 23 years, died unexpectedly at his
home, 410 N.E. 31st St., Monday
night He wan associated with his
brother. Gordon, in the Davis Loan
office He leaves his wife, Esther; a
on J >aeph, Miami, a daughter, Mrs.
Elizabeth Burgower. Houston, Tex.;
two sisters. Mrs. Annie Lachowiu,
Miami, and Mrs. Klanche Kabhan,
Miami Beach; and another brother,
I* H., Santa Monica, Cal. Services
war* held Tuesday In Gordon Funeral
Home with burial In the Temple 1s-
nutl plot in Graceland Cemetery.
SOLOMON WALLMAN
Of 2900 Prairie Ave Miami Beach,
died April 29 He leaves his wife,
Sarah; a son, Eugene; brothers, Harry
and James, sisters. Mrs. Yetta Kle-
banoff, Hanah Kazer, Elba Klelnman,
Sarah Kopekin and Mary Koplloff;
one granddaughter. Services were held
at the Beach Riverside Memorial
'hapel with Interment at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
MARTIN J. 8TRELITZ
Of 1641 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
died Sunday In a local hospital after
a short illness. A resident of the
Greater Miami area for the past 12
years, he was widely known in wear-
ing apparel circles. Survivors Include
the widow, Freda; daughter, Mrs.
Marian Wall; brother. Julius; sisters,
Hattie, Gertrude and Estelle Strelltz.
Services were held at the Beach
Riverside Memorial Chapel with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating.
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher
Telephones 2-11412-8212
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Volume 22 Number 18
FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1949
IYAR 1, 5709
BENJAMIN GOLONER
Age 69, of 1545 Euclid Ave Miami
Beach, died April 15 In New York. He
was a resident of this area for eight
years. He is survived by his wife,
Rose: three daughters, Mrs. Leonora
Morris. New York, Mrs. Ruth Robins
and Dorothy of this city. Interment
took place at Mt. Hebron Cemetery,
Hushing. E. I.
The administration of the camp
will be under the supervision of
Julius Samuels, activities director
of the Miami Y, who will serve
as camp director. A staff consist-
ing of experienced counselors,
trained by Mr. Samuels, will as-
sist him.
Registrations are now being ac-
cepted at the Miami Y, and be-
cause of limitations of space Mrs.
Sheiner suggests that those in-
terested make immediate applica-
tions.
Members of the Home Camp
committee, besides Mrs. Sheiner,
are: Louis Alpert, Bernice Dub-
ler, Frieda Feinberg, J. Martin
Fishman, Helen Fried, Nat Gans,
Ada Glasser, Sylvia Kirk, Elea-
nore Kleinman, Ray Malkin, Lil-
lian Mclion, Dorothy Mintzer,
Martin Rubinstein, Sandy Rubin-
stein, Helen Sedon, Mary Simon,
Mrs. Kurt Singer, Dr. and Mrs.
I. Slotsky, Mrs. John Temple,
Mrs. Lewis Sternshein and Mrs.
Monroe Gelb.
Tamara Chapter To
Install Officers
Mrs. Charles Turk will be in-
stalled as president of the Ta-
mara Chapter, Mizrachi Women,
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at
the Tides Hotel, 13th St. and
Ocean Dr., Miami Beach.
Other officers who will be
seated at the ceremonies include:
Mrs. Israel Slotsky, Mrs. Henry
Chill, Mrs. Yoma Sternstein, Mrs.
Sam Schachno, vice presidents;
Mrs. Clara Goldenburg, treasur-
er; Mrs. Lilian Bogden, financial
secretary; Mrs. Ben Kazer, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Jack
Kane, recording secretary; Mrs.
Simon April, chaplain.
Councilman Harold Turk will
act as installing officer and Har-
old Shapiro will be master of
ceremonies. Mrs. Jennie Grossing-
er will be presented with a life
membership by Mrs. Ida Karger,
national representative and re-
gional director. Maurice the
Great, magician, will entertain
and Mrs. Rosalie Cheyette will
present the chapter with two of
her paintings to be sold at a
later date.
Refreshments will follow the
ceremonies. Mrs. Pauline Grund-
werg will be hostess for the eve-
ning.
All members and friends are
invited to attend the affair. No
solicitations will be made.
Roppaport Will Head
Miami Beach Masada
Newly elected president of Mi-
ami Beach Masada is Gil Rappa-
port.
Others elected to office are:
Dave Liebman, vice president;
Abe Hirshbein, treasurer; Ted
Nelson, financial secretary; Ber-
nice Dogoloff, corresponding sec-
retary; Lee Sunshine, recording
secretary; Fred Rosen, board
chairman.
Piano Pupils To
Present Recital
The Miami Conservatory will
present a dual recital by Frayda
Buch, 10, and Richard LaMarr,
16, at the Miami Woman's Club,
May 13, at 8 p.m. Both are piano
pupils of Hans Barth, eminent
artist, composer and teacher.
Frayda started her music study
at six and a half in New York.
She studied under Miss Anast-
asia Nugent, James W. Bleeker
and Miss Kate S. Chittenden,
former dean of music at Vassar
College, dean and founder of the
American Institute of Applied
Music and founder and head of
music at Hartley House Settle-
ment. Although Frayda has lived
in Miami less than a year, she
has appeared in recitals at the
conservatory, before the PTA of
her school, Shenandoah Element-
ary, and before other groups.
Richard studied under Elinor
Clark Linton before going to New
York to studv on a scholarship.
Since his return, he has been a
pupil of Mr. Barth.
The program will include se-
lections by Barth, Bach, Beet-
hoven, Handel, Mozart, Massenet,
Mac Dowell.
Admission is free and the pub-
lic is invited to attend.
Sorority Elects Officers
Dorothea Blumberg was recent-
ly elected chancellor of Rho
Chapter of Iota Alpha Pi sorority.
Others elected to office were:
Sherlene Gershon, vice chancel-
lor, Joan Ginsberg, recording sec-
retary; Jacqueline Rose, corre-
sponding secretary; Rhoda Eck-
erman, pledge mother, Melba Si-
mon, treasurer.
B & P Hadassah
To Stage Party
The Business and Professional
Women's Division, Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah will hold a bene-
fit games party Wednesday at
8:30 p.m. at the Park Central Ho-
tel, 640 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach.
Ruth Smolensky, Goldie Sanders,
and Fannie Levitt are in charge
of arrangements.
i Proceeds of the affair will be
allocated to Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization and child welfare.
The public is invited to attend.
The group will hold an elec-
tion of officers Monday at 8:30
p.m. at the Miami Y. The follow-
ing slate will be presented by the
nominating committee, composed
of Fannie Levitt, chairman, Ruth
Schwartz, Ruth Steinberg, Doris
Brod and Sofie Zohn: president,
Rosalyn Klein; first vice presi-
dent, Ruth Smolensky; second
vice president, Maralene Lurie;
treasurer, Goldie Sanders; Corre-
sponding secretary, Stella Fisher;
recording secretary, Bunny Kan-
del. Nominations will also be ac-
cepted from the floor.
Beach Center To
Hear Professor*
"IsraelOld and New" will ij
the general theme of the Mian
Beach Jewish Center's Men's Club
meeting to be held on Monday at
8:15' p.m. in the patio of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center, 1701 Washington Ave.
Dr. Berthold C. Friedl will dis-
cuss "The Rebirth of Jewish Cul-
ture" and Prof. Sydney Horoviti
will describe "Jewish Folklore.
Movies of Israel and musical en-
tertainment will also be pre-
sented.
Dr. Friedl, who was for some
time researcher in Jewish edu-
cation with the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education in Chicago, is ua
author of the Hebrew Reading
Test (Vivorech Dovid), the only
such work, and has a V
knowledge of Jewish culture.
During the war, in his capacity
as U. S. Army Scientific Con-
sultant, he participated in 8*
first American commission whicn
opened the concentration camps
in Germany. Dr. Friedl was ed-
ucated in Chicago and Paris,
where he took his Doctor If
Lettres from the Sorbonne. n*
is now professor at the University
of Miami. ...
Professor Horovitz is on tne
faculty of the English departmem
at the Univerity of Miami aw
will be a visiting professor at m
University of Havana this sum-
mer. He has done graduate siuay
in the field of Jewish folklore ana
made a collection of Jew*
stories. Unr0.
Dr. Friedl and Professor How
vitz are also conducting an ecui"
tional tour for students to Mie
tine and Paris this summer. ,
The public is invited to atteno
the meeting.
Mrs. Herzog Honored
The Women's Year Bound
Council of the Greater
Jewish Federation honored
Isaac Herzog, wife of lsre dav
chief rabbi, at a tea P*fiE.
afternoon at the home
of Mrs-
Jennie Grossinger. rrnSing-
Hostesses were Mrs. Gross'"*
er. Mrs. Jack Ablin and
Milton Sirkin. .mmittee
On the program commj
were Mrs. Abe Goodman.
Irving Lehrman, Mrs-Monte S*
and Mrs. Leon Kaplan.
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Dr. Kaplan To Head
Florida Rabbis
Dr Jacob H. Kaplan was re-
flected president of the Florida
Rabbinical Association at the
;Pnth convention of the group
Si in Palm Beach and West
Palm Beach on Sunday and Mon-
L May 1 and 2. Sixteen rabbis
\& ten cities in the state at-
Pnded the meeting at the Sun
ai Surf Club in Palm Beach and
?hneleth El synagogue in West
Palm Beach.
The conference was opened
mindav afternoon with religious
JSS led by Rabbi D. Raab of
M ami Beach at the home of Rab-
S M Greenstein of West Palm
Reach In the literary evening
that followed Rabbis Chapman of
St Petersburg; Engel of Gaines-
ville and Greenstein led the dis-
rSunday night the members of
the association were the guests
of the local B'nai B'rith Lodge at
their installation banquet at the
Sun and Surf club. Rabbi M. Skop
of Orland* was the guest speak-
er Mrs. M. Skop presented a skit.
Morning morning sessions were
opened with a religious service
led by Rabbi Okalica of Dayonta
Beach, and an address by Dr. J.
H. Kaplan. Taking part in the
Kallah discussion session held in
the morning were Rabbis Skop,
Mescheloff of Miami Beach, Chap-
man and Michaels of St. Peters-
burg.
The Jewish community was
host to a convention luncheon
which preceded the opening of
the afternoon sessions.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff pre-
sented a Talmudic lectures on
"The Sanctity of Israel" which
was discussed by Rabbis Kauf-
man, Okalica, Singer of West
Palm Beach, Engel of Gainesville
and Grauer of Miami.
Rabbi Warnik of Tampa led the
discussion on a "Code of Ethics"
in which the following took part:
Rabbis W. Ranson of Ft. Lauder-
dale, A. Michaels, D. Raab, Singer
and M. Kaufman of Hollywood.
Other officers chosen were:
Rabbi Wornik, secretary-treasur-
er; Rabbi Ckalica, vice president
I and convention chairman. Day-
[ tona Beach was chosen as the
convention city for 1950, the con-
vention is scheduled to begin the
second Sunday after Passover.
KvpouAed on the publications
committee were Rabbis Skop,
April and Mescheloff; on the
ethics committee: Rabbis Shapiro,
Kronish and Grauer; on the pul-
pit service committee: Rabbis
Skop, Lehrman and Zwitman.
The convention was closed at a
public meeting held at the Beth
El synagogue. Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan presented the presidential ad-
dress. Speaker of the evening was
Rabbi Max Shapiro who spoke on
"A Message from Israel." The
meeting was closed with a reli-
gious service led by Rabbi M.
Greenstein.
Bureau To Hold Seminar
Hy Pomerantz, extension activi-
ties director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, anounces that
the final Leader Seminar for this
Jewish year will be held on Wed-
nesday night at 8:15 p.m. at the
Bureau Library, 318 Congress
Throughout the year seminars
*ere held before each Jewish
lestival, to discuss ideas for pro-
gramming and to teach the ap-
SSPV**? holiday songs to the
m leaders. At this seminar Lag
corner and Shavouth songs and
games will be taught.
: lol.further information regard-
ing the seminar, please call the
5SU of Jewish Education at
3-5858 or 9-0489
Mother's Day Program
Set For Cardiac Home
The combined chapters of the
National Children's Cardiac Home
will present a Mother's Day pro-
gram at the Melvin Cohen Hall
on the grounds of the home at
at 2:30 p.m.
4250 West Flagler St., on Sunday
. Frayda Buch, ten year old pian-
ist, will appear as guest artist.
Frayda studied, while in New
York under Miss Kate S. Chitten-
den, former dean of the pi?no de-
partment of Vassar College and
lsnow studying Hans Barth.
The general public is invited
to participate in the afternoon's
activities.
Beach Jewish Community Center Is
Termed Nuisance In Injunction Suit
The Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center's new building at
Washington Ave.and 17th St. was
termed a nuisance in a suit for
injunction filed Saturday in Cir-
cuit Court by the adjoining prop-
erty owners.
The suit was brought by Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Diamond and Mr.
and Mrs. Lionel Cassel.
They charged that the Centet
recently installed a large canopy
at which religious services,
dances, parties and lectures are
held.
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These activities, they contend,
result in loud noises and such
disturbance that guests in neigh-
boring apartments are unable to
sleep.
Hearing on a temporary re-
straining order was held Monday
before Judge Marshall C. Wise-
heart. George J. Talianoff ap-
peared on behalf of the Center
and requested a ten-day post-
ponement which was granted.
Last year a similar suit was
brought against Temple Isaiah.
Mrs. Doran Zinner
Flamingo Unit Of
Cardiac Home To
Install Leaders
Mrs. Doran Zinner will be in-
stalled as president of the Fla-
mingo Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home at a
luncheon to be held at the Sherry
Frontenac Hotel Wednesday after-
noon. Dade Chapter, the original
chapter, will perform the cere-
monies.
Others who will take office
are: Mrs. Lou Grossman, Mrs.
Sam Magaziner, Mrs. Lawrence
Feinberg, vice president; Mrs.
Murray Dacks, treasurer; Mrs.
Jerome Cohen, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Arnold Rosen, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Leslie
Fairmont, recording secrtary;
Mrs. Max Heller, hospitality
chairman; Mrs. Harold Kam,
happy hearts chairman; Mrs. Den-
nis Ratthaus, publicity chairman;
Mrs. Irving Fagen, telephone
chairman; Mrs. Murrel Kastan,
chaplain; Mrs. Norman Sommers,
parliamentarian.
Members of the board of di-
rectors include: the Mesdames
Stanley Frankel, Seymour Fried-
man, Stanley Borenstein, Arthur
Baida, Edmund Perls.
Isenberg To Head
Temple Men's Club
Michael M. Isenberg was elect-
ed president of the Men's Club of
Temple Israel last week. Isen-
berg, a Miami attorney, is chair-
man of the Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, Arbitration Committee and
president of the Chicago Club of
Greater Miami. A It. colonel in
World War II, Isenberg is a Scot-
tish Rite Mason and a Shriner.
Other officers elected were:
Max Holtsberg, Edward Klein, G.
Louis Mendelson, vice presidents;
Norman Giller, secretary; Dave
Stuzin, financial secretary; Max
Shapiro, treasurer.
Members of the board of di-
rectors include: Jerome Freehl-
ing, Harry Diamond, Henry
Hirsch, Norman Rossman, Louis
Gillman, Jerome Cohen, Harold
F. Fisher, Harry Boyell, Herman
Binder, Phil Schiff, J. M. Wein-
stein, L. T. Buckstell, Ed Lovitz,
H. E. Kauffman, Frank Perlman.
Contest Plans Discussed
Plans for a song contest to be
held May 29 and a map contest to
be held June 1 were discussed
at a meeting of the Chaim Weiz-
mann Junior Young Judaea held
at the Miami Y Tuesday night.
Boys between the ages of 10
and 15 interested in joining the
group are asked to call 3-5854.
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Tropical Lodge
To Sponsor Danee
A membership dance, original-
ly scheduled for last Saturday
night, by Tropical Lodge B'nai
B'rith, has been postponed until
tomorrow night at 8:30 at the
Delmonico Hotel, 6395 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach.
According to an announcement
by President A. Budd Cutler, the
event will highlight the current
B'nai B'rith drive for new mem-
bers.
Mike Sussman is membership
chairman and is heading the ar-
rangements committee for the af-
fair. Tickets may be obtained
from members of Tropical Lodge
or at the door.
The lodge has announced its
calendar of events in community
service and social activities for
the next two weeks.
A membership drive breakfast
is scheduled for Sunday at a place
to be announced. A swimming
party is scheduled at a Miami
Beach hotel for Monday. The
lodge will entertain members of
the Emma Lazarus Chapter, Busi-
ness and Profesional Women of
B'nai B'rith, at a dinner dance
at the Atlantis Hotel on Thursday,
May 12. On Sunday, May 15.
members of the lodge's communi-
ty service committee will enter-
tain patients of the National
Children's Cardiac Home.
FDR Chapter Members
Are Jai-Alai Amateurs
Four members of FDR Chapter
B'nai B'rith Young Men have
joined the ranks of amateur Jai-
Alai cesta wielders, it has recent-
ly been revealed by Joel Vogel.
past president of the group.
Harold Booth, group president,
Herbert Lowe, Merton Wetstein
and Norman Frank have been re-
ceiving coaching from some of
the world's finest professionals
who played during the season at
the Miami Fronton. Another
member of FDR Chapter who has
taken avidly to the game is Joe
Tanenbaum, sports writer for the
Miami Daily News who attends
the University of Miami.
This is the first time that the
unusual Basque sport has been
included in the activities pro-
grams of Greater Miami B'nai
B'rith Lodges.
The FDR Chapter B'nai B'rith
Young Men consists of members
between the ages of 21 and 27
who are interested in promoting
service programs. Young men in-
terested in this group may con-
tact President Harold Booth at
1152 S.W. 10th St. or phone
2-4304.
Pictured at a surprise party given last week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Minties in honor of the twenty-fifth wedding anni-
versary of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Shedroff are (1. to r.)l the hosts. Mrs.
Miriam Gingold of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Shedroff. Mrs. Ceha
Rubin, Mrs. Isaac Kaplan and Mr. Kaplan. Other guests at the
party were Mrs. Harry Faber, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Altschul of
Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Liebman. Mrs. M. Wittner. Mrs. R.
Gratz, Mrs. R. De Yong. Mrs. Sol Kamin. Mrs. Miriam Wolfman,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Krantz. Mrs. Z. Gingold. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Boris, Mrs. Lena Weiner. Mrs. Shedroff is president
of Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach. Mrs. Mintzes
is Moatzat Hapoaiot chairman of the club. Mrs. Miriam Gingold
is a member of the national executive board of the Pioneer
Women. Mrs. Kaplan is president of the Council of Pioneer Women
Fink Elected Head Of
Harvard Law Forum
Richard Krieger Fink, 1114 Al-
ton Road, Miami Beach, has been
elected president of the Harvard
Law School Forum for the com-
ing year. Fink is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, at-
tended the University of Miami
under the Navy V-12 program and
obtained his bachelor of science
degree at the University of Cali-
fornia at Los Angeles. The son of
Dorothy Krieger Fink and grand-
son of Mrs. Moses Krieger of the
Alton Road address, he expects
to complete his course at Harvard
Law School with the class of 1950.
Elaine Swartz
Elcctod Proxy
Elaine Swartz has been elected
president of the Clara Hirsch
Landau Chapter, BBYW, for the
1949-50 year to succeed Mrs. Sid-
ney Gubernick.
Also elected to serve with Miss
Swartz were: vice president, Ar-
lene Sisselman; treasurer, Norma
Thalblum; recording secretary,
Marcia Sable; corresponding sec-
retary, Betty Ann Brown; his-
torian, Ruth Kapp.
Officers will be installed at a
party at the Palm Tea room on
Monday, May 9, at 8:30 p.m.
Leaders Of Three Faiths
To Make Havana Cruise
Chaplains of Jewish, Protestant
and Catholic faiths have been as-
signed to the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce Cuban cruise to
Havana, which will sail on May
9 and return May 13, Admiral
Herbert A. Frink has announced.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, the
Rev. J. Mitchell Taylor of All
Souls Episcopal Church and the
Rev. Francis J. Dunleavy of St.!
Patrick's Church, all members of
the Miami Beach Kiwanis Club,
will take part in the cruise.
Labor Zionist Council
Will Present Show
A variety show and concert
will be presented by the Labor
Zionist Council on May 22 at
Flamingo Park, Miami Beach, ac-
cording to an announcement by
I. S. Shapoff, chairman of the
council.
Purpose of the show is to pro-
vide funds for camp scholarships
for Habonim members.
On the arrangements commit-
tee for the affair are Abba Cher-
niack, visiting Habonim organizer,
Samuel A. Golden, Mrs. Isaac
Puchkin, Dr. and Mrs. Harry
Queen, Mrs. Lena Mintzes, Harold
G. Shapiro and Mrs. Sam Zabar-
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Emma Lazarus Chapter Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
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floor lamps and classical phono-
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ation at the University of Miami,
it is announced by Miss Ethel
Pont, president of the group. The
chapter sent 11 delegates to the
state B'nai B'rith convention in
Havana, Cuba.
The group recently appropri-
ated $50 as a contribution to the
Leo Levi Memorial Hospital in
Hot Springs, Ark. This is the non-
sectarian hospital supported by
B'nai B'rith voluntary contribu-
tions.
Beach Y To Celebrate
Fifth Anniversary
The Miami Beach YMHA will
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the annual meeting to be held
May 15. Harry Zukernick, chair-
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Above are the newly elected officers of the Coral Gables
District of the Zionist Organization of America, who will be in-
stalled at a banquet in the patio of the Robert Clay Hotel May 12.
Sitting left to right are Mrs. Polly Bean, recording secretary; Sid-
ney Sanders, president; Mrs. Morris Simon, corresponding secre-
tary. Standing are Lester Toloff, treasurer; Harold G. Shapiro,
second vice president; Morris Simon, third vice president; Oscar
lechulc first vice president.
panied on the piano by his mother,
Mrs. Harry Schub by his mother,
Mrs. Harry Schub. Lyons will
serve as oastmaster for the eve-
ning.
Gables Zionists To
Hold Installation
The Coral Gables District of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica will commemorate Israel's
first anniversary of its independ-
ence with a ceremony which will
install the newly formed district's
first group of permanent officers.
The installation, Which will be in
the form of a banquet, will be
held on Thursday, May 12, at
7:30 p.m. in the Robert Clay
Hotel.
Serving as chairman of the
committee arranging the installa-
tion is Norman R. Lyons. Assist-
ing Lyons are Harold George
Shapiro, Mrs. Morris Simon and
Mrs. N. R. Lyons.
Officers to be installed are:
president, Sidney M. Sanders;
first vice president, Oscar C.
Lelchuck; second vice president,
Harold Geo. Shapiro; third vice
president, Morris Simon; record-
ing secretary, Miss Polly J. Beane;
corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Morris Simon; and treasurer, Les-
ter Toloff. m .
Rabbi Leon Kronish will ad-
dress the gathering and the pro-
gram will include a j/iolin solos
by Ross Schub, a member of the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra. Schub will be accom-
North Shore Units
To Install Officers
Plans are underway for the
North Shore Lodge and Wom-
en's Chapter joint installation
banquet and dance to be held
Wednesday, May 25 at 7 p.m. at
the Saxony Hotel.
Mark Silverstein, Miami Beach
attorney, and Mrs. Mark Silver-
stein will be installed as presi-
dents of the two B'nai B'rith
units. Outstanding civic leaders
and members of B'nai B'rith have
been invited to participate in the
ceremonies.
Mrs. Leviton Named Head
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Mrs. Lawrence Leviton was re-
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Gold, Mrs. David Newman, Mrs.
Harry Yanowitz, vice presidents;
Mrs. Sam Manlan, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Otto Zimmeril,
secretary; Mrs. J. Feldman, treas-
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financial secretary.
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AGE EIGHT
\leHistthrknan_
FRIDAY, MAY?
194?
Abbey-Starr
Jack Tendrich
Jack H. Tendrich To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Tendrich.
3043 Elizabeth St., Coconut Grove,
anounce that their son, Jack Her-
man, will become Bar Mitzvah
tomorrow morning at 8:30 at Con-
gregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th
Ave.
The confirmand attends Coco-
r.ut Grove Junior High School,
where he is a member of the
dramatics club and a former
member of the school band. He is
also a Boy Scout.
A reception will follow the
ceremony in the Dora August
Mtrr.orial Hall of the synagogue.
Relatives and friends are invited
to attend.
Marriage Announced
Mrs. P. Goldsmith, 945 Euclid
Ave., Miami Beach, annour.ee:>
the marriage of her daughter.
Mrs. Jeanette Goldsmith Yate-
man. formerly of Baltimore, Md.,
to Dr. Ernest Katzman, South
Norwalk, Conn. The ceremony,
followed by a luncheon, was held
;it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Roser.stock, Baltimore, on April
20.
The bride was given away by
her brother and his wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Goldsmith. Mrs. Katz-
man has been living in Miami
Beach, where she was active in
Hnriassah and and Jewish welfare
work.
After a honeymoon in Miami
Beach, Dr. and Mrs. Katzma-.
will make their home in South
Norwalk. where he is engaged in
the practice of denstistry.
Tropical
Joseph B. Warshaw
Joseph Warshaw To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. War-
shaw. 422 S.W. 25th Road, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Joseph, to be held tomorrow
morning at 9 o"clock at Congrega-
tion Beth David.
Joseph is a student at Shenan-
doah Junior High School, where
he is treasurer of his class.
The Warshaws will be hosts at
a reception lr. Joseph's honor
Sundav afternoon from 4 to 7 p.m.
at the" Monte Carlo Hotel, 6551
Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Out-of-towners who have come
to Miami for the Bar Mitzvah are
Joseph's rriite.-nal grandparents,
Mr. and Mis. I. Monashefsky,
uncles and aur.ts, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Monashefsky. Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Weg and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Stern, all of New York.
Personally Speaking .
Mrs. Fannie Silverman, 723 2nd St.. Miami Beach, left this
week for Brighton. Mass.. where she will spend the summer
with her son-m-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Shvirsky.
1719 Commonwealth Ave. While in the North Mrs. Silverman
will attend the wedding of her grandson. David Squire, to be
held May 17 in Springfield. Mass.
^
Mrs Max Kuker and children, Alan, Howard and Karen,
are visiting for a month at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Lewis, 1211 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Miss Freda Shifman, 245 9th St., Miami Beach, was called
to New Castle, Pa., due to the sudden death of her father, Eli
Shifman on Thursday, April 21.
* *
Currently honeymooning at Miami Beach's Shelborne Hotel
axe Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Epstein, Richmond. Va., whose marri-
age was a recent event in Richmond. She is the former Natalie
Goldstein and was a frequent visitor to Miami Beach before her
marriage. The Epsteins recently were guests of honor at a
dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Segal, 4701
Alton Road, uncle and aunt of the bride. The Segals attended
the newlyweds' wedding at Richmond.
* *
Three Chicago houseguests of the Ben P. Kazers, 3524 S.W.
3rd Ave., returned Sunday night from a tour of the West Indies.
The visitors from the Windy City are Mrs. Kazer's sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Norman S. Rachlin, and their
friend, Aaron J. Metcoff. The Rachlins and Mr. Metoff visited
San Juan, Puerto Rico; Port au Prince, Haiti; Kingston, Jamaica;
Havana and Veradero Beach, Cuba. Tomorrow night Mrs. Kager
will hold open house in honor of her guests.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Pomerance, 1535 West 21st St., Sunset
Isle No. 4, Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, William
Allan, Tuesday at St. Francis Hospital. The Pomerances are the
parents of another sen, David, 4.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lazarus, 2814 S.W. 26th St., announce
the birth of a daughter, Nancy Barbara, on April 17. The baby's
grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Posner, and aunt, Phyllis Posner, of
New York, were on hand to welcome the new arrival.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Cover-
man and child, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman and children
are all in Roanoke, Va., to attend the Bar Mitzvah of the son of
Dr. and Mrs. David Silver. Mrs. Silverman is Mrs. Adelman's
niece.
Judge Beckham To Speak
Judge Walter H. Beckham.
judge of the Juvenile Court, will
address the members of Sr.olem
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. at their week-
ly luncheon club today at 12:15
p.m. at the Downtowner Restaur-
ant. Seybold Building.
"What the Nation's Juvenile
Judges Are Doing" will be the
subject of Judge Bcckham's ad-
dress. He will review the nation-
al convention of Juvenile Judges
held recentiv.
Rosenberg-Jacobs United
In the presence of the immedi-
ate families in Rabbi Simon
April's study Miss Pearl E. Rosen-
berg became the bride of Aaron
M. Jacobs. Rabbi April preformed
the ceremony.
The bride is a Hebrew teacher
at the Natioral Children's Cardiac
Home.
Mrs. Abrams Entertains
Mrs. F. Abrams was hostess at
a luncheon for members of the
Daughters of Israel and friends
Sunday at the Hotel Abrams, 302
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Honor
guests at the affair were Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff and family,
Rabbi H. M. Kagan and family,
Cantor Berele Kelemer and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Reinhard. Eighty-
five attended the affair.
* "
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Turk, her fath.r, Samuel Wohl.tadter. and her thrS-year S?in j^tL?^ honoring Mr.,
attended by more then 500 friend., although no individual taiitX'nf t.u ^ ^H" h0^ W"
Mr.. Turk. Jonathan. Councilman Turk and Mr. Wohl.tadrS "*' L#" to riflhl "-
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Dolores Ann Levick
Dolores Ann Levick
Betrothal Revealed
The engagement of Dolores
Ann Levick to Ernest E. Harris,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Har-
ris. 1820 S.W. 11th Terr., has been
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Levick, 637
Malaga, Coral Gabies.
The bride-elect is a sophomore
at the University of Miami. She
is corresponding secretary of
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, vice
president of the Sharet Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Young Women,
treasurer of the Home Economics
Club and advertising manager of
the Hillel Herald.
Mr. Harris a graduate of the
University of Miami School of
Business Administration. An
Army Air Force veteran of two
years, he is now treasurer of
Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Elks Support Miami As
Medical School Location
Selection of Miami as the site
for the proposed state medical
school was urged this week by
the Miami Elks Lodge .Vo. 948,
according to Sam J. Heiman,
chairman of the Social and Com-
munity Welfare committee.
Resolutions supporting the
pending location bill in the leg-
islature were adopted and sent to
Gov. Warren, each member of the
House and Senate and to news-
papers throughout South Florida.
Lodge members pointed out
that existent hospital, research
and laboratory facilities in Miami
are the best in the state and that
trained physicians and dentists
are available for teaching staffs.
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PAGE NINE
Gertrude Kutzen
ertrude Kutzen To
IVcd Dr. Edelman
June 19 In Detroit
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Kutzen of
Detroit, Mich., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Ger-
ude to Dr. E. J- Edelman, son
' Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Edelman,
iliami Beach.
Miss Kutzen is a graduate of
he Wayne University School of
education where she majored in
Ipeech correction. She is a mem-
Kf of the Honorary Education
Bocietv at Wayne University and
Hasada and served as a major
n the UJA Campaign in Detroit.
. Dr. Edelman, who is a gradu-
ate of the University of Michigan
kid the Chicago College of Os-
Jeopathic Medicine and Surgery,
nterned at Lakeside Hospital,
Kansas City, Mo. During the past
Ihree years, he has been engaged
to an active practice on Miami
Beach.
He is secretary of the Dade
pounty Ostcopathic Physicians
Issociation, a member of the
joard of trustees of Masada, a di-
rector of the Miami Beach Zionist
District and chairman of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
tottvmission.
Tm: couple plan to be married
June 19 in Detroit, and after a
-honeymoon trip along the Eastern
Seaboard, will return to Miami
Beach where they will reside.
[Pioneer Women To Meet
Golda Meyerson Club of Pio-
Ineer Women's Organization will
Ihold a regular meeting Tuesday,
[May 10, at 8 p.m. at the Congrega-
tion Beth El. All members are
I urged to be present.
Laurayne May Will
Wed Edwin Gordon
The betrothal of Laurayne
Audry May to Edward Gerald
Gordon, son of Mrs. David Levin
Baltimore, Md. and Dania, and
the late Julius Gordon, has been
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert May, Holly-
wood.
Miss May, who is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Markowitz, 130 Jefferson Ave.,
Miami, is a senior at South Brow-
ard High School, where she is
assistant business manager of the
school year book and a member
of the newspaper staff. She is a
graduate of the Gibson School of
Modeling.
Her fiance attended Forest
Park High School, Baltimore and
Thomas A. Edison Technical Col-
lege. He is a member of the Balti-
more chapter of Sigma Phi Pi
fraternity.
The wedding will take place in
the late summer.
Joyce F. Baker United
To Henry Roman
In a double ring ceremony at
the Roney Plaza Hotel on April
10, Miss Joye Francine Baker,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Baker, 1800 S.W. 16th Terr., be-
came the bride of Henry Roman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Roman, Westchester, N. Y.
The bride, who was dressed in
traditional white satin, was at-
tended by Mrs. Max Tendrich,
matron of honor, and a cousin,
Miss Anita Seidel, Hull, Mass.,
maid of honor. Edward Lippman
was best man.
The bride's veil was held in
place by a crown of seed pearls
and her bible was adorned with
white orchids. Mrs. Tendrich was
attired in flamingo faille and Miss
Seidel in peach lace.
After a honeymon in the North,
the couple will live in Miami.
The bride attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and is a member
of Iota Alpha Pi. Mr. Roman is
connected with the motion pic-
ture industry.
Stadiems Joined In
Charleston Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Z. Pace,
1525 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Delia, to Abra-
ham Stadiem. The couple ex-
changed vows March 27 in the
Francis Marion Hotel, Charles-
ton, S. C, with members of the
immediate families present.
Mrs. M. J. Gerstein, Miami,
seved as matron of honor for her
niece. Isaac Stadiem, Kinston, N.
C, was his brother's best man.
They are the sons of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Stadiem.
Kinston.
Following the ceremony, the
Paces were hosts at a dinner
party in the hotel.
The bride, a former resident of
Pittsburgh, attended the Car-
negie Institute of Technology and
the University of Miami. Before
her marriage she was employed
in Miami Beach.
Atfer a wedding trip North, the
couple will reside in Kinston
where Mr. Stadiem is in business.
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stutz of
New York anounce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Evelyn,
to Albert Budlow, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel L. Budlow, 1104
Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, former-
ly of Baltimore, Md.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Syracuse University, Syracuse,
N. Y. Mr. Budlow graduated from
the University of Maryland and
is now affiliated with a New York
concern.
Wedding plans will be an-
nounced at a later date.
Mrs.
TX'Man Photo
Alvin J. Glick
FLOWERS
the ideal
sentiment for
MOTHER
Rember Mother on Mothers
Day by sending the one gift
that truly expresses the
s'gnificance of the day.
Make it a lovely corsage, a
beautiful boquet, a blooming
plantSay it with Flowers.
Mrs. Van Ness Feted
Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, new-
ly elected president of Temple
Isaiah Sisterhood was% honored
with a luncheon at the Sea Isle
by board members.
Those attending included: the
Mesdames Grace Tucker, Gilbert
Balkin, Ann Berry, J. B.Keys, J.
Brodsky, Kate Simon, J. Perl-
mutter, Ben Silver and Miss Sadie
Alexander.
Bride-Elect To Be Feted
Mrs. Bernard Abbott and Mrs.
Minkoff will honor Miss Ruth
Steinberg, bride-elect of William
Feldman, at a miscellaneous
shower to be held Sunday from
2:30 to 5 p.m. on the lawn of
Mrs. Minkoffs home, 1941 S.W.
17th Terr. Family and close
friends of the honoree have been
invited.
The wedding will take place
June 19.
Beryle Axlrod Wed
To Alvin J. Gliek
The marriage of Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin J. Glick took place Sun-
day, March 20, at the Elks' Hall,
Miami Beach.
The bride, the former Beryle
Axlrod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Axlrod, 1971 S.W. 18th Ct,
wore a gown of ivory satin and
carried a heart-haped bouquet of
orchids and carnations. Her court
length Chantilly lace veil be-
longed to the bridegroom's mo-
ther and fell from a seed pearl
headdress.
Matrons of honor were Mrs.
Martin Miller and Mrs. Edward
Axlrod. Bridesmaids were Sonya
Pallot, Rosalie Margolis and Bun-
ny Toby.
Stanley Glick was his brother s
best man and ushering were Mar-
tin Miller, Stanley Axlrod and
Walter Lebowitz. Michael Man-
delson was ring bearer. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Glick, 1560 S.W. 5th St.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Enkin of New
York and West Palm Beach, Ben
Gluck of Butler, N. J. and Leo
Tauber of Woodbourne, N. Y.
Mrs. Shuman Married
To S. A. Hoffman
Mrs. Millie Schuman, 4445
Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach,
became the bride of Samuel A.
Hoffman, Chicago, Friday at the
Saxony Hotel with Rabbi Abra-
ham Hershberg officiating.
Given in marriage by Mayor
Marcie Liberman of Miami Beach,
the bride was attired in cham-
pagne Chantilly lace with match-
ing Juliet cap. Judge Charles
Dougherty, Chicago was best man.
A reception followed the cere-
mony.
taefiotJiensx
Gloria Kachalsky
Weds J. Brcttholtz
Temple Zion, Bronx, N. Y., was
the setting for the March 27th
marriage of Miss Gloria Kach-
alsky to Jack Brettholtz. A can-
tor and choir provided nuptial
music for the impressive cere-
mony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kachalsky of
New York. The groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz,
160 S.W. 16th Ct., Miami.
The bride wore a white lace
over satin Chinese mandarin
gown. A finger tip French illu-
sion veil fell from a crown of
pearls. She carried a bible adorn-
ed with four white roses.
Florence Kachalsky was maid
of honor for her sister and Mrs.
Gerry Stern was matron of honor.
Best man was Charles Brettholtz,
brother of the groom. Six brides-
maids and six ushers attended.
A large reception and dinner
party was held at the temple fol-
lowing the cererony.
The couple honeymooned in up-
state New York and will make
their home in Miami.
Mrs. J. Brettholtz
Ardmoie Studios
Edith Phyllis Dreyer
Edith P. Dreyer To
Wed Carl Lundy
The betrothal of Edith Phyllis
Dreyer to Carl Lundy, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lundy,
2695 S.W. 53rd Ct., was announced
by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Dreyer, 3924 Garden Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, at a reception Sunday
afternoon at the Monte Carlo
Hotel.
Miss Dreyer is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and
Pennsylvania State College, where
she majored in journalism and
advertising. For the past year she
has been affiliated with the ad-
vertising agency of Gottschald,
Morrison and Slack. She is a mem-
ber of the Colman A. Zwitman
Chapter of B'nai B'rith.
The prospective bridegroom is
a graduate of the Wharton School
of the University of Pennsyl-
vania. He served as a captain in
the Army Air Force and is now
affiliated with the office of David
R. Isen. realtor.
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PAGE TEN
#Jen1st fhrldian
hi>ay, may
Pioneer Women To Meet
A special meeting of Pioneer
Women Club No. One of Miami
Beach to commemorate the first
anniversary of Israel will be held
Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the old
Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. An
appropriate program will be pre-
sented and movies will be
shown.
The public is invited to attend.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Gertler Top Soil Co. at 1063 N. W.
6th Street. Miami. Fla.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH GERTLER
5/6-13-20-27 6/3
notice under fictitious
Name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Abel Sanitary Supplies at 245 8. W.
17th Ave., Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
THEO ABEL, Sole Owner
4/29 5/6-13-20
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT (lP 1>HE
J1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
124426.
MURIEL SHLOMKOWITZ MEYER-
OWITZ, Plaintiff, vs. BORIS MEY-
KROWITZ, Defendant.
YOU, BORIS MEVEROWITZ, 1615
Quentin Road, Brooklyn, New York,
are notified to file your appearance In
the above cause for divorce, on or be-
fore June 6, 1949, or a decree pro con-
fesso will be entered against you.
DATED: May 3, 1949.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FE10E.
Deputy Clerk,
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
921 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
5/6-13-20-27 6/3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 124278.
SEBASTIAN DE SALVO, Plaintiff,
vs. JEAN DE SALVO, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: JEAN DE SALVO
135 Thames Street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby required to file your
appearance to Plaintiff's 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 Seal)
By M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
Red Bird Food Market at 6833 Bird
Road. Dade County, Florida. Intend
to register said name with the CWI
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. TH(>MAS sF.ROPULOS
EDWARD WEISS
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants
4/29 5/6-13-20
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
4/29 6/6-13-20
C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Oxford's at 102 Miracle Mile, Coral
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MIRIAM SE1DERMAN
EM an r ei. SEIDERMAN
Partnei
6/6-1S-J0-87 6,3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Miami Tailors at 25 N. E. 2nd Street.
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
CUlt Court of Dade County, Florida.
NICHOLAS DANIELS
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Seybold Bid*.
Attorney for applicant
5/6-13-20-27 6/3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 124277.
JUNE YOUNGERMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
GORDON YOUNGERMAN, Defend-
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: CORDON YOUNGERMAN.
823 Hutchins Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio
You are hereby
to file your appea
Complaint for Divorce filed against
you by the Plaintiff In the above-
styled cause on or before the 27 day
of May, 1949. otherwise the charges
therein contained will be taken as
confessed by you
DATED at Miami, Florida this 27
day of April, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
1/29 6/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
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 Hade
County. Florida.
WILLIAM S. SIMONS
ADELE SIMONS
Petitioners
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioners
Seybold Bldg.
4/29 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
"469 BAR" at 469 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROSE NORR,
Sole Owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
503-6 Olympla Bldg.
4/29 6/6-13-20-27
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI/ORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1 Mi
SAMUEL FREEMAN. Plaintiff, vs.
' CATHERINE FREEMAN. Defend-
To: CATHERINE FREEMAN
111 East 89th Street
New York, New York ______
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance or answer to the
above divorce action <>n or before the
23rd dav of May. 1949. otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
Dated this 18 day of April, 1949.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) m. Q PEIOE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Sevbold Building
4/22-29 5/6-13
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
notified and ordered S2E?JL JSfimKlS ,in2 J9SEPJ?
ranee to the Bill of Ji0SH>T ^av,e n tne J9 dayof April.
ivorce filed against IS"' dissolved the partnership known
1 as FLOMING & DOSHAY conducted
at 265 North West 6th Street, Miami,
Florida, and that VICTOR FLOMING
has assumed and agreed to pay all of
the debts, bills and liabilities of said
partnership
DATED April 19. 1949.
VICTOR FIX1MINO
JOSEPH DOSHAY
LEO SHEINER, Attorney
1204 Pacific Bldg.
4/29 5/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Miami Adjustment Bureau at 419 Con-
gress Bldg., Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
1RWIN WEINSTEIN, Owner
BURNETT ROTH
Cotigivs.ssBldg.
Attorney for applicant
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
MARILYNS GIFT SHOPI'E at 1025
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of- the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida,
ANITA FRANK
MARILYN FRANK
E. DAVID ROSEN
Attorney for applicants
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
City Auto Parts Rebuilding Division
at 79 N. W. 20th Street. Miami. Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MORRIS ZUCKERMAN
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
O. K. Auto Parts at number 1460 N.W.
20th Street in the City of Miami.
Florida, Intends w register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAN FORD E. EMERMAN
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE
& ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
748 Seybold Bldff.
4/8-15-22-29 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TOWER CLEANERS at 1420 S. W.
8th Street, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
L GERREZ
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
5/6-13-20-27 6/3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADK COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 124383.
ALBERT STRICKOFF, Plaintiff, VS.
CLARA STRICKOFF, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FIX5RIDA:
TO: CLARA STRICKOFF
2941 West 29th Street
Coney Island
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to file your appearance to Plaintiffs
Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the
above-styled cause on or before the
1st day of June. 1949, otherwise the
allegations therein contained will be
taken as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of May, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Florida
5/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GP/EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Tropics Hotel at 716 N. Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MORRIS BERER, Lessee
4/8-15-22-29 6/6
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 124259.
JOHN F. HAIJK, Plaintiff, vs,
ADELINE 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
Complaint for divorce filed against
you by JOHN F. HALIK on or before
the 26 day of May. 1949, otherwise
tBfl allegations of said Bill will be
taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 26 day
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 UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Davlson'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
BISCAYNB ASSOCIATES at 273 N. E
Second Street. Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
WALTER E. LEHNER
EMMA M LEHNER
MYERS. HEIMAN ft-KAPLAN
Attorneys for Walter E. Lehner and
Emma M. Lehner
4/29 5/6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IV COUNTY JUDGITH COURT.
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No.
182S8.
RE; ESTATE OF
MATILDA OBERLE1N,
1 >ec eased
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of MATILDA OBfeKLUiM
deceased; and thnt 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 OBER1JSIN, deceased.
This 15th day of Aprill 1949.
MAX R. SILVER.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
4/22-29 5/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 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 Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
PAUL E. ANDREWS
I. WILLIAM ZUCKERMAN
Partners
4/8-15-22-29 6/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 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, Fla., 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
4/22-29 6/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersfgned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
J.thJr,ln,1, ^""n'lry and Cleaners at
4322 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 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 715 Euclid
Avenue. Miami, Beach, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
LOUIS KAHAN
MORRIS PLATT
Equal Partners
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, 6833 Bird Road, Dade
County. Florida, was, on the 25th day
of April, 1949, dissolved by mutual
consent and that the business In the
future will be carried on by the said
Thomas Seropulos alone, who will pay
and discharge all debts and liabilities
and receive all monies payable to the
said late firm.
ALBERT BARON
THOMAS SEROPULOS
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 6/6
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
,N, THE1 COUNTY JUDGE COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
m3TIDA- 7 ,N bate.Nn!,:
In Re: ESTATE OF
PAUL MITCHELL.
Deceased.
no!,fredaanndderaeC(!u,redyt,oU- pr.senTaSy
calms and demands whichyou, or
fe ,' ^U,'mayhSY?..aKal>nst' the
estate of PAUL MITchki i A ln2
late of MIAaVjT SAT^&^V'Ep?
Ida. to the Hon. W. p. BLAN
County Judge of Bade Count?,
file the same in 1
County Courthouse In
"^rdesVldb%rsarmeXaMdhi:reK8e''t"1
See section^ WW &K*.
Date April 5, AD. 1949
ELIZABETH M CONN
As Executrix of the Last WUl and
SS^r PAUL MITCHELL
HARRY DIETZ
1703 Congress Bldg, Miami vi
$BS3. ft E-utrrm'- "*.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
123998.
B. GEORGE GRIFFITH, and LIDA
GRIFFITH, 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
I'Vlorii>aAME op THB STATE OF
TO: ARTHUR J. SANDERSON and
MRS. ARTHUR J. BANDER80N,
J>is Wife, ALBERT E SANDER-
BON, and MRS, ALBERT E.
SANDERSON, his wife,
if alive, and if dead, their un-
known heirs, devisees. legatees,
grantees, successors or assigtis
creditors, trustees or other claim-
ants, claiming Interests by,
through, under or against any of
the natned defendants, deceased
or otherwise and to all parties
having or claiming to have any
fight, title or Interest in the fol-
lowing described land situate,
K.'nf,al,d belng In Dade County,
Horlda. to-wit: .
Lots 13 and 14, Block 9 of
TAMIAMI HIGHLANDS Subdivi-
sion according to the plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Book 10, I'age 33,
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED, that suit has
been brought against you in the
above entitled Court, in Chancery,
oy 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
of Commissioners Everglades Draln-
?m6i. sr,0Jfc **-." a Leatherman,
Hlerk. 0'.th Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida, based upon non-
payment of taxes.
It Is therefore ORDERED that you
and each of you file an appearance
*5? above styled cause In the office
K /Hi Clerk ot the Circuit Court,
oadu County, at the Court House In
the City of Miami, State of Florida,
?" or, D.e,fore he lth day In May,
1949 to the Bill of Complaint brought
against you by B. George Griffith and
Llda Griffith, his wife, for the pur-
pose of quieting title of the said B.
George Griffith and Llda Griffith, his
wife, as plaintiffs, in and to the
aitove described property; otherwise
the allegations in the said Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
nil ,H.fur">er ORDERED that this
Order to Appear shall be published
once a week for four consecutive
weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a
SlorlS*.Per pub"8hed ,n Da<5 County,
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18
day of April, AD. 1949.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
,nt r,Clerk the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
MARION BROOKS DCPUty ^
4/22-29 6/1-13
123764. CHANCERy ?
STANLEY McEt.Rnv *
NELLIE Mcelroy' ^'"Wf *
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llorb
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Florida, this 8 da^of^Uf*
VTHERV
(Circuit Court SealT" CUlt cit I
Dewty &
C^of^S^,
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^ R- H. RiCE
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
4/15-22-29 5/6
a*
Amboy Street
Brooklyn, New York
IN CHANCERY No ,,,,..
FANNIE PENN. Plain if?01'
THAN PENN,' Defiant U *
You are hereby notlfWi ,.,
to file your appearsnce ^l,*"**
Bill of Complaint for Dlvor^1*1
above-styled cause on or u,Jn *
11 day of May, 1949" '* *
allegations therein conta&!n*
taken as confessed by you
DATED at Miami, fi ... ,
day of April, 1949. ""aa, thb |
E.B. LEATHER^|]
(Circuit Court CSea,k,0fClreu"Cot
BY M. C. F^
BAM SILVER D'I"y CI* I
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Bldg
4/15-22-29 6/6
NOT.CE UNOERnSmSir
^'?.Ti<.3J^i,,';K,::HV aivai J
Circuit Court of i^cS^.lftj
MAX R. S.L5V-ERRANDELL
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 5/6-13-20-27
IN-
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OK TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE C( "\TI
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, Ni
GERTRUDE LEVINBO0K, Plaintiff
vs. MORRIS LEVINBOOK, Defend-
ant.
TO: MORRIS LEVINBOOK
3544 12th Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby ordered to (Ik your
appearance or answer to \h Ml\ u(
complaint for divorce AM winA
you by GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK
or before the 25 day ol May. Ml
otherwise the alligations n( said H
will be taken as confessed against
DONE AND ORDERED THUI
day of April, 194H
E. B. LEATHERMA.1
Clerk of the Circuit 0*
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, flL
Deputy CkA
GEORGE J. TALIANOFP
Solicitor for Plaintiff
4/29 5/6-13-20 _
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN M
the undersigned, desiring to eapps
business under the fictitious na
Joy San Shoes at 1337 Wartlm*
Ave., Miami Beach, Florida. tntssJS
to register said name with the C"*
of the Circuit Court of Dade C00O,
Florida.
L. FRIEDI.ER, OwM
BURNETT ROTH
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 5/6-13-20-27_______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tW
the undersigned, desiring to tttU''
business under the fictitious name*
Tamlami Hotel at 203 West FWJ
Street. Miami, Florida, Intends
register said name with the CTeri"
the Circuit Court of Dade CouW.
P,rlda- HERMAN SCHULMAN
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 5/6-13-20_____________^
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT0.F THJ
iith judicial cmcirrg
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR l
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, >
HERBERT ROSENDKHC,, g
vs. DORIS ROSENBERG, Del**
YOU, DORIS ROSENBERG, *
Paseo Boulevard. Kansas City,
sourl. are notified to fl,e for -
pearance In the above 7|i%i
vorce. on or before May 31. "<
Decree Pro Confesso will be en
against you. ...
DATES.: Meath'erman. c*
(Circuit Court g) ~ ^^
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/29 6/6-13-20-27 __---------
NOT.CE UNDER FICTlTlO*
NAME LAW _. mt
NOTICE IS HEREBY O^SLmU
thV undersigned. a*M.'X J
business under the /'J,1'11^SB Secon'
STRAND HOTEL at 226 N ^
Street. Intend to register- ^
with the Clerk of' *} C1rcu"
S.
Equal Partners, **"
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant*
4/8-15-2- /.


?#-
UDAY. MAV6.1949
*JenistifhridHary
leborah Croup to
Awt Monday
ChTDebora)> Group of Hadas-
ftui hold its fin* n-jtojl
onday afternoon
auditorium
the Beach
at 1:30 p.m., ac-
announcement by
kdinLgeo0Leavin;president
Irs- t^T,Jl nr,ivprsarv of
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
first
anniversary
com
Mrs.
the
[The "."" f wji be commemor-
bte of l?raeiZ\ina Mrs. Levin
a at the meeting, Mrs. i
*d Uk Mrs Sam Rubin will
'frees for Mother's Day. Trans-
cl from Junior Hadassah will
icSSd by Mrs Doran Zinner
i elections will be held.
S fwHne the business meet-
fflSlU Kronish will dis-
g Hidassah's role in the life
trael tha Redding, vocal-
, andI concert pianist, will en-
rtain. ^_____________
)ov Chapter To Present
father's Day Program
nnv Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
iVOrganization will sponsor a
Other's Day program, Tuesday
} om in the Beth El Center,
|QSW. 17th Ave.
President Mrs. Harry Stein-
rl has announced that Mrs.
uel Wilchyk is chairman of
P affair with the Mesdames
Veida Berkowitz Sobel and Hy-
nan Kan as co-chairmen. Mrs.
0se Pertes is in charge of the
Fntcrtainment. games and re-
reshments will be on the agenda.
Proceeds from the affair will
o towards the rehabilitation of
Children in the camp at Ranana
Ind tickets may be purchased at
he door.______________________
25th YEAR
Camp Osceola
I Thoroughly Modern Separate
Camps for Jewish Boys and
Girls. On Lake Osceola and
Mills River, "In the Land of
the Sky." Hendersonville, N. C.
2500 feet elevation
Capable seasoned staff
| s Resident Physician and Nurae
Directors:
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver
950 Jefferson Ave.
Miami Beach
Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
Friday evening services at 630
Salihath morning service at 8:30 Bar
Mltzvah of Joseph, ton of Sir and
Mrs. Philip War.shuw. Btudents' serv-
ices at 10:30 a.m. to be fololwed by
a Klddush. Kabhi Shapiro and Cantor
Mamches will officiate. During the
10:30 assembly, children from the
kindergarten through the third grade
will present a Mother's Day program
under the direction of Miss Miriam
Shelnnerg. Parents and friends
are Invited. Sunday school 10 a.m.
Adult discussion group In synagogue
every Sunday morning from 10:30 to
11:30 led by Rabbi Shapiro Hebrew
school dally Monday through Thurs-
day.
Congregation Keneseth Israel
(Orthodox), 432 Espanola Way,
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning; services at 9 a.m.
Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shaios
Seudos.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening service at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning at X:30 Rabbi
Rackovsky will officiate and speak on
"Be Holy." At 5:16 p.m. Rabbi Rack-
ovsky will speak on "The Right Way."
S'halos SeUdOS and Ma uiv follows.
Pnily services at 7:30 a.m. Class in
Mishna win be addressed by the
Rabbi. Services at 6:30 p.m. followed
by a class in Jewish laws and cus-
toms. Maariv follows at 6:15.
Israelite Center (General), 3346
S.W. 24th St.
Dally services at 7 a.m. 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 8:16.
Rabbi Raab will conduct the service
and preach the sermon on the subject:
"First Anniversary of the State of
Israel." Religious school Sunday at
10 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening service at 8:15. Rab-
bi Kronish will conduct the service
and speak on "July 4Iyar 5What
Do They Mean to You?" A sermon
dedicated to the first anniversary of
the Declaration of Independence of
Israel Sabbath service 10:46 a.m.
Mother's Day service. Bar Mltzvah ol
Robert Dorson. Children's birthday
i.iT J ,?' A ""'""''- ehlld luncheon
will follow the service in the Temple
Jinlng hall. Sunday school at "
for children from V/, to 16. Hebrew
classes week-day from 1:16 for chil-
dren I'/j to 14.
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Temple Israel (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath evening services Friday at
8:16. Rabid Zwitman will preach on
Hi.- Bubjoet: "Israel's Historic Quest."
Sabbath morning services at n am
Members of the confirmation class
participate In conducting the morn-
ing services which includi' the- Torali
reading and a ser.....nette on tiie
weekly Blblican Portion.
Jewish Community Cenlei
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening service at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the
choir, will conduct the service and
present the Rev. Dr. Robert Excell
Fry, paster of First Presbyterian
Church Of Hollywood, who will speak
"" "The R(.....verj of Reverence." Sat-
urday services at 10 a.m. Klddush
after the morning services. Sunday
school at 10:30. Hebrew school Mon-
day, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3
p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mltzvah
classes at extra session Thursday at 3
p.m. Minyan service daily at 9 a.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
121h Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Services Friday evening at 6:30.
Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Kabhi
April will speak on "Retribution.
Rabbi April will speak on "Study of
Ethics of the Fathers" at 5:3" p.m.
hollowed by Mlncha and Bhalos
Seudos. The Itabbi will speak on the
Portion Of the Week. Sunday school
at 10 a.m Hebrew school daily from
3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Dally services at
7:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Friday evening services 6:30. Sabbath
morning service at 8:30 a.m. liar .
Mitsvah of Jack Teiidrlch, son of Mr. |
and Mrs. lsadore Teiidrlch. Rabbi
Qrauer will address the young man.
Students' services at 10 a.m. Saturday
supervised by Bernard W. Kimmel
of the Religious school staff. Rabbi
Qrauer Will lecture on "The Ethics
of the Fathers" at 5:30 p.m. Follow.id
by Mlncha and Shaios Seudos. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Daily religious school
from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Dally services 8
a.m. and 6 p.m.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
In the absence of Rabbi Ranson, Ar-
thur Griffith, chief editorial writer
for The Miami Herald, will preach
on "Our Heritage." This win be
Temple's Mother's Day service and
members of the Sisterhood will par-
ticipate under the direction of Dr.
Albert A. Shapiro. A reception will
follow in the reception hall. The public
is invited to attend the service at
8 p.m. and the reception at 9:30 p.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Date Friday evening service at 8:15.
Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "Are
We Distinct or Distinguished?'- Can-
tor J. T. Goldring will chant the
service assisted by the Center choir
under the direction of lien Yomen.
Sabbath morning service at 9 o'clock.
The Rabbi will preach on "The Week-
ly Portion of the Law." Bar Mltzvah
of Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Kaplan. Junior Congregation at 9:30.
Youth breakfast service at 10 a.m.
Sunday in the Center patio. Hebrew
school Monday through Thursday 3:30
to 6:30. Sunday school 10 o'clock to
noon Pre-klndergarten school Mon-
day through Friday 9 a.m. to 12.
United Jewish Schools, North
Campus. University of Miami.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies
Club at 10 a.m. Hebrew school Monday
and Tuesday from 2:45 to 6:00 p.m.
Religious Congregation, 3681
N.W. 2nd St.
Friday evening services at 6. Satur-
day morning services at 9. Mlncha at
5:45 followed by Shaios Seudos.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Services discontinued until the fall.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Are..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening service at 6:30 p.m.
Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m. Bar
Mltzvah of David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Pere. Rabbi Mescheloff
will address the confirmand. Mln-
cha at 6:30 followed by Shaios
Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on the Portion of the Week. Sunday
school at 9:30 a.m. Daily school from
3:30 to 6:30.
Spring Derby
Will Highlight
Biscayne Meet
With half of the second meet-
ing at the Biscayne Dog Track
now a matter of history the final
21 nights of the sport will carry
on and point to the running of
the Spring Derby. In all proba-
bility this will mean another
meeting between Beach Comber
the Paul Sutherland champ and
Noah and Noah's Air Brakes.
When Beach Comber won the All
Florida Championship a couple of
weeks ago the vast majority of
fans present thought Air Brakes
would lift the crown but the best
he could do was to finish second
to Beachy.
A greyhound compiling an im-
posing list of 69 victories (that
was Beach Comber's record when
he won the championship) cer-
tainly should and no doubt will,
go down in the Greyhound Hall
of Fame along with Traffic Of-
ficer, Rural Rube, Flashy Sir and
many other great performers.
However, Biscayne can claim first
honors in regard to Beach Comb-
er's rise to fame, this fellow hav-
ing started his career at the
northside oval and compiled most
of his stake victories there.
Mutuel play and attendance
hold up well but it's only natural
to expect a slight recession from
last year's high figures. Yet when
it's considered what dog tracks
used to handle and what they do
these days it just shows the pop-
ularity of the sport which has
grown by leaps and bounds much
the same way the greyhounds
cover the ground.
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37 candidates in Florida who
passed the March bar examina-
tion, the State Board of Law Ex-
aminers reported.
Those who passed were: Wal-
ter H. Beckham, Jr., George F.
Dukes, Jr., Leonard Friedman,
James T. Gordon, Irving A. Kush-
man, Matthew M. Slepin and
Richard Marion White, Miami;
Harry A. Greenberg and Harry
A. Gordon, Miami Beach; Ben
Essen, Coral Gables.
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Ardmore Studios
Mrs. Alex Robbins
Sisterhood Will
Install Officers
Mrs. Alexander Robbins will
be installed as president of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, on
Wednesday, May 18, at an in-
stallation luncheon to be held at
the Delano Hotel at 1 p.m. Mrs.
Robbins will take over the gavel
from the incumbent, president,
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky. The in-
stallation ceremony will take the
form of an operetta which is be-
ing prepared bv Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of the
Congregation.
Other officers to be installed
are: Mrs. Bessie Nelson, Mrs. Wil-
liam Farr and Mrs. Edward Men-
cher, vice presidents; Mrs. Wil-
liam Bernstein, record secretary;
Mrs. David Levinson, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. E. Allen
Becker, treasurer; Mrs. Murray
Reckson, financial secretary and
Mrs. Leon Kronish, chaplain.
Reservations for the luncheon
can be made through the temple
office and through Mrs. E. Allen
Becker.
Jewish Musical
Hoar Now Heard
4 Times Weekly
In response to numerous re-
quests, "The Jewish Musical
Hour" will be presented four
times per week over station
WBAY, according to Jacob
Schachter, director. The program
will be heard Sunday from 10 to
11 a.m. and Monday, Wednesday
and Friday from 1 to 1:30 p.m.
Schachter, who is a pioneer in
Jewish radio programs in New
York and Miami, is also active in
the Yiddish theatre and has pre-
sented such stars as Maurice
Schwartz, Menasha Skulnik, Mol-
ly Picon and Moishe Oysher at
the Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach.
Norman R. Lyons, Miami at-
torney, who has been presenting
historical sketches on the State of
Ardmore Studios
Mrs. Aaron Farr
National Council
Seats Officers
Mrs. Aaron Farr was installed
as president of the Miami Section
of the National Council of Jewish
Women Wednesday at the Sherry
Fronter.ac Hotel.
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Mrs.
Max Dreyer acted as toastmis-
tress. Invocation was given by
Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman and
piano selections were offered by
Irwin Weinstein.
Guests of honor at the affair
were Jacob Sher, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and Mrs. Louis Glasser.
president of the Greater Miami
Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations.
Also installed were Mrs. Max
Dreyer, first vice president: Mrs.
Nathaniel M. Levin, second vice
president: Mrs. Julius A. Oshlay.
third vice president; Mrs. Morti-
mer E. Wien, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Bernard Fuller, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Joseph
F. Gleicher, financial secretary;
Mrs. Leo Ackerman, treasurer.
Mrs. Edward L. Cowen was in
charge of decorations.
Singer To Install
Beach AJC Leaders
Kurt Singer, internationally
known authority on espionage
and author of "Duel for the
Northland." "Soies and Traitors
of World War II." "Three Thous-
and Years of Espionage." will
serve as installing officer at the
Miami Beach Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress in-
stallation luncheon to be held
Fridav. Mav 13, at 12:30 p.m. at
the 'Sheltorne Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Mrs. William Loeb. who is to b<'
installed as president, was born
in Rotterdam, Holland, and es-
caped from there after one year
of Nazi occupation. Since her ar-
rival in this community four
years ago, Mrs. Loeb has been
active in local affairs. During the
war she served as Red Cross
chairman and has just completed
a term as vice president of the
Miami Beach Chapter of the AJC.
Also to be installed at the cere-
monies are Mrs. Herbert Green-
berg, Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz,
Mrs. Jerome Kimball Mrs. Harry
Koretsky, vice presidents; Mrs.
Matthew Silverstein, Mrs. Morris
Kogan. Mrs. Frank Berger, cor-
responding secretaries: Mrs. Anne
Blane, recording secretary; Mrs.
Thomas Trent, treasurer; Mrs.
Alfred Lesser, auditor; Mrs. Anne
Tannenbaum, Mrs. Burt Busker,
financial secretaries.
Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg,
chairman of the luncheon, an-
nounces that Singer's speech will
be followed by a musical pro-
gram. The luncheon will honor
Mrs. Leonard Glickman. outgoing
president, as well as the new of-
ficers. Members of Mrs. Gross-
berg's committee include: Mrs.
Arthur Kimmcl, Mrs. Lillian
Swift, Mrs. Sally Dollinger and
Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz.
The entire program will be de-
dicated to the memory of the late
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, leader of
the World Jewish Congress, and
Mrs. Louis Glasser will present a
biographical sketch of the rabbi
written by David Petagorsky.
Sorority Seats Officers
Beta Theta chapter of Phi Sig-
ma Sigma installed their officers!
for the term 1949-50 Mondavi
afternoon at 3:30 p.m.. Retiring'
archon Dorothy Knapp installed
Doris Shapiro as archon, Sylvia
Selevan as vice archon, Ann
Rosenthal as scribe, Phyllis Kat-
sin as bursar, and Natalie Fried-
man as pledge mother. Tribune,
Joan Kirshenbaum was not pres-
ent and will be installed at a
future date. A dinner honoring
the new officers was held at Erv-
ing's Restaurant.
Israel on Sunday morning, will
also be heard on Monday, Wed-
nesday and Friday with up-to-
the "minute digests of Jewish
news.
Rita Roff To I ...
lladassah News
Rita Roff, vice president of the
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah,
has recently been named editor
of the Southern regional Junior
Hadassah newspaper, Kol Ha-
dassah (Voice of Hadassah).
Miss Roff has been active in
Junior Hadassah work and is now
serving as program chairman of
the Miami Unit. In this capacity,
she and her committee are ar-
ranging a Mother's Day celebra-
tion to be held at Beth David
Congregation Sunday afternoon
from 2 to 4.
Mrs. Sol Stokols, advisor to
Junior Hadassah, will be princi-
pal speaker. Also participating in
the program will be Basha Tep-
per, Connie Caplan and Florence
Moss. A Mother's Day tribute
will be given and awards made
to members.
For further information call
Miriam Scheinberg at 48-8931.
Mrs. H. C. Moser
Miami Hadassah
To Choose Officers
Election of officers and mem-
bers of the board will be the
business of the day on Monday
at 1:30 p.m. during the meeting
of the Miami Group of Hadassah
to be held in the Miami Y. At
that time project chairmen will
present their reports of progress
made during the year.
The slate, which was presented
at the April 11 meeting, includes:
president. Mrs. H. C. Moser; vice
presidents, the Mesdames L. J.
Silverman, David Sernaker.
David Hess; treasurer, Mrs. J. H.
Weitzner; financial secretary,
secretary, Mrs. Joseph Suger-
man; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Milton Weiner; Recording
secretary. Mrs. Rae Frdme.
Board members named are the
Mesdames L. Auerbach, J. Belov,
H. Borer, G. Buch. J. Carp, O. E.
Chernoff, H. B. Cohen, Ph. Cohen,
J. Cromer, L. Dachslager, H. G.
Drapkin, H. Elson, M. Feingold,
M. J. Fishman, A. Gannes, A.
Gold, D. Goldberg, I. Genet, J.
Hartz, L. Heines, L. Kotkin, H.
Lackey, H. Laufer, A. Levitan,
A. Levitt. S. Lefcourt, M. Mell,
M. Monheit, K. Paul, L. Querido,
A. Richman, A. R. Rosenthal, S.
Rovin, L. Rubin. J. Schoeffel, H.
Stokols, J. Soskin. M. Tendrich.
Representatives to the chapter
board are Mesdames M. G. Drap-
kin, H. Elson, A. Gold, S. Lef-
court. H. C. Moser. A. Levitan, L.
Silverman, J. Sugarman and J.
H. Weitzner.
Plans for the installation cere-
monies in ^unc are to be com-
pleted, and will be anounced at
a later date.
Dr. Fishbein To Speak
Dr. I. Leo Fishbein, noted psy-
chiatrist, will speak on "Mental
Health Problems of the Aged" at
a meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Jewish Home for
the Aged to be held Tuesday at
8 p.m. at the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation headquarters, 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Leaders To Sp*.
At Youth Meet
Leaders in the Jewish ^
munity and a University 0f ii
ami professor will 8peak *
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Senior Young judaM "r*l
conclave to be" held atVS
Campus of the University Qf u
ami May 13-15. *
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Kronish ana max Shapiro rT
tor Samuel Kelemer, HvpT
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Rose. Seymour Blumenthal ^J
Sidney Greenberg. al "J
Rabbi Kronish's topic win u.
:what the New State of '&
Means to the Youth of aJS*
Rabbi Shapiro will discus? 2
Youth of Israel and the Youth d
America." "Jewish Youth llu
to Its Responsibilities" wft
Pomerantz' subject for discussion
and Dr. Blumenthal, whoi?^
noted psychology professor J
speak on "The Relationship fc
tween the Leader and the Clu*
Shapiro will speak on "Whv ,
Zionist Club?" while Greenber
will lecture on "The Reahty 3
Israel in Your Club Prom.1
Cantor Kelemer's talk will treat
"Jewish Music Throughout th
Ages" and Harry Rose will con-
duct an arts and crafts session.
Members of the Senior Youu
Judaea, IZFA, Junior HaoW
Masada and unaffiliated persom
are invited to attend.
All interested persons are asked
to contact Libby Hochman, a-
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Youth Commission, at 58-4643
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PAGE THIRTEEN
Jrs. B. Appel To
lead Auxiliary
, Mrs. Benjamin Appel was
LS president of the Miami
Eh Auxiliary to the Jewish
Ena for the Aged at a meeting
E the organization last week at
Ke Cadi"ac Hotel. Mrs. Ben-
jamin Sherry was named honor-
kffeSd to office were: Mrs
L \L\ Ritter. Mrs. Samuel
K Mr" Benjamin Kaplan,
&t R J Schwartz, honorary
B presidents; Mrs. Sol Silver
5m Mrs. Max Greenberg, Mrs.
fiamin Feld, vice presidents;
Mr. B J- Plotkin, treasurer; Mrs.
Irving Frankel, recording secre-
JS" Mrs. Morris Sparber fi-
Inanc'ial secretary; Mrs. Albert
l5off and Mrs. Frank Berger,
Corresponding secretaries; Mrs.
lwnM Krieger, parliamentarian;
IS? Celia Wohl" auditor; Mrs.
lin^Dh Chavez, chaplain; Mrs.
Kose Weiss, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet,
lurs. Moses Krieger, trustees
I Elected to serve as directors
I were: the Mesdames Teresa Ar-
Inold, Samuel Arnstein, Ida Kar-
lr Morris Cohen, Harry Dan-
Ifieer Herman Deutsch, Morris
Dubler, Sarah Ellis Joseph En-
Itine Louis Glasser, Fannie Gold-
berg J C. Gould, Anne Harr,
Sara Holland, Fred Jonas, Anna
Kane Emanuel Karger, Dora
Koretsky, Alexander Kogan, Anne
Kohanne, Sadie Kriegal, A B
latin Ida Lewis, Joseph Heckel,
Alfred Lesser, A. A. Miller, Ber-
tha Miller, Nathan Newman,
Abraham Orovitz, Eva Sepler,
Abraham Rubin, Frances E. Sil-
verman, Lester Stepner, Anne
Strauss, A. J. Tobin, Gus Trau,
Jack Udell, Joseph Weisglass,
Mary Zeigfried and Abe Zinna-
mon. ...
Mrs. Alexander Kogan will open
her home to the members of the
auxiliary board Monday evening.
A report of the card party at Dave
Singer's will be made by chair-
man, Mrs. Teresa Arnold. Mrs.
Appel will outline the work for
the coming year and appoint com-
mittees. This meeting will con-
dude the activities for the season.
250 Attend Westview Golf
Coutse Opening Sunday
O'er 250 persons attended the
opening of the Westview Country
Club nine hole golf course Sun-
day afternoon at 2 p.m. Follow-
ing the cutting of the tape by
wife of the president of the club,
Mrs. Arthur Ungar, her husband
hit the first ball.
Work on the dub's swimming
pool is slated to begin in the next
ten days and construction of the
back nine holes of the course will
begin after that.
With a two-over-par 37 Tom
Bomar was low scorer of the day
at Miami's newest course.
Dade Chapter Of
Nat'l Cardiac Home
To Install Leaders
Installation of recently elected
officers of the Dade Chapter of
the National Children's Cardiac
Home will be held at the Sherry
Frontcnac Hotel, Miami Beach,
Wednesday at 12:30 p.m., accord-
ing to Mrs. Jean Raab, retiring
president.
Those who will take office at the
luncheon include: Mrs. Gertrude
Lachs, president; Mrs. Mickey
Cohen. Mrs. Rose Levy, Miss Roz
King. Mrs. Selma Marcus, vice
presidents; Mrs. Eva Sawitz, rec-
ording secretary; Mrs. Helen Sep-
ler, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Sara Rich, treasurer; Mrs. Paline
Seitleman, financial secretary.
Aril more Studios
Be?i Essen
Esson To lU'MiiiH'
Practice Of Law
Ben Essen, who recently passed
vine and G. Glick.
Elected to serve on the board
for a period of two years are:
the Florida Bar examination, an- the Mesdames Roslyn Oboler,
nounces that he will shortly re- Pauline Marks, Bea Strauss, Syl-
sume the practice of law. Essen, via Bernstein, Kay Sawyer, Ruth
a resident of this area since 1945, Bernard, Rose Farr and Gertrude
Wcincr
will be sworn in as a lawyer this
Mrs. Wm. Kline Named
Sisterhood President
Mrs. William Kline is the new-
ly-installed president of the
Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. She succeeds Mrs.
Louis Makovsky, who turned
over the gavel to Mrs. Kline at
installation ceremonies conducted
by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion.
Mrs. Kline served the Sister-
hood last year in the capacity of
ways and means chairman. She
has been a resident of Miami
Beach for the past three years.
As a former resident of Brooklyn,
N. Y., she was active in youth
service organization. In our com-
munity, besides active participa-
tion in the work of the Sister-
hood, she has been a member of
the "52 Club," and is one of the
organizers of the auxiliary of that
nieniau. uuuivuu out. v-m. j. j group
Members of the board of di- Als0 installed with Mrs Kline
rectors for a one year term are.
the Mesdames Martha Cohen,
Sadye Nathan, Jean Eisenberg,
Bessie Oboler, Ida Salwen, Min-
nie Hoffman, Paula Dreyfus, Faye
Schaeffer, Gertrude Fagenson,
Esther Hess, Ellen Kaye, S. Le-
afternoon at 3:30 by Judge Mar-
shall C. Wiseheart.
He attended City College of
New York and New York Uni-
versity and graduated from the
New York University Law
School in 1924. He practiced law
in New York and Massachusetts
for 20 years.
Essen has been active in nu-
merous civic and religious or-
ganizations. He is worshipful
master of Hibiscus Lodge No. 275,
FMAM, and former treasurer of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. He is
vice president of the Miami YM-
YWHA, a 32nd Degree Mason,
member of the Mahi Shrine Tem-
ple and other groups.
Essen states that he will an-
nounce the location of his office
in the near future.
He resides with his wife and
son at 316 Ponce de Leon Blvd.,
Coral Gables.
To serve on the board for three
years are: the Mesdames Mary
Furman, Sylvia Rose, Ruth Glatt,
Edith Miller, Helen Weinstein and
Rose Beyer.
Trustees include: Sophie Tuck-
er, honorary, the Mesdames Jes-
sie O. Marcus, Camile Baum and
Josie Goldstrom. The advisory
board is composed of: the Mes-
dames Clementine Kemp, Ger-
trude Lachs, Jean Raab, Char-
lotte White and Gertrude Wolff.
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Plans are being made for the
fourth annual installation lunch-
eon by the Miami Beach Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women to be held
at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel on
Tuesday, May 17 at noon.
A musical program will be pre-
sented by Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein,
concert pianist, and Mrs. Harry
Kraff, soprano.
The public is invited.
Reservations are now being
taken by luncheon chairman, Mrs.
Max Schwartz, and co-chairman,
Mrs. Joseph Mazo, by calling
86-1400 or 58-1781. Subscription
is $2.50.
Temple Youth To
Hold Swim-Dance
Temple Isaiah Young People's
League will stage a "Sink or
Swim" swim dance and water
carnival tomorrow at 9 p.m. at
the Surfcomber Hotel, Miami
Beach.
A beauty pageant to select
"Miss Ideal" will be a highlight
of the affair. A weekend at the
Surfcomber Hotel, along with a
portrait from Paramount Studios
and other prizes, will be awarded
the winner. Judges of the con-
test will be Harold Shapiro, Jules
Channing, Bennett A. Lee and
Ben Tupler Unique swimming
and diving exhibitions as well as
water races and games for gen-
eral participation will be features
of the program.
Chairman of the swim-dance is
Natalie Samuels, who will be as-
sisted by Evelyn Ell, Ralph Stein,
Alfred Kreisler, Phyllis Nagle.
"Life guards" will be Dolores
Shindelman, Gloria Berry, Hen-
rietta Rosenthal, Harriet Siegel
and Barbaar Levine. Entertain-
ment Chairman Jerry Kramer will
be assisted by Hy Terman, Marion
Cohen and Roslyn Kivel.
was Mrs. David Whitman, first
vice president and chairman of
the board; Mrs. Anna R. Berow
and Mrs. Harry Genet, who will
aso serve as vice presidents; Mrs.
William Stander, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Bess Felt, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Irving
Greenfield, treasurer.
Appointed to serve on special
committees were: Mrs. Phillip
Pores and Mrs. Sam Simon, mem- [
bership committee; Mrs. Irving
Greenfield and Mrs. Martin Genet,
telephone squad; Mrs. Joseph
Brenner and Mrs. Eugenia Lilien-
feld, Sabbath refreshments for
the Junior Congregation; Mrs.
Moses Mescheloff, public relations
chairman.
Members of the board include:
the Mesdames Anna Milow, Ed-
ward Mendelsohn, Morris Laster,
Sam Deutsch, Louis Makovsky,
Pauline Chill, Eugenia Lilienfeld,
Malvin Englander and Fanny
Moskowitz.
Mrs. Jack Hirsch is honorary
president of the organization.
Morris Bros. Photo
Mrs. William Kline
Hadassah Group to Meet
The Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah will meet Tuesday, at
8 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink will
give a book review on "Theodore
Herzl." Mme. Olga Bibor Stern,
concert pianist, will present the
musical program. Mrs. Moses Mes-
cheloff is in charge of the pro-
gram.
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FRIDAY. MAY 6,
Rabbi Zwitman
Nominated For
Citizen's Award
Rabbi Colman Zwitman of
Temple Israel and H. H. Hyman,
southeastern regional manager of
Florida Power and Light Com-
pany, have been nominated for
outstanding citizens of Dade
County in 1948. it is announced
by Chairman Sidney SegalL
Hyman has served twice as
chairman of the Greater Miami
American Red Cross and Rabbi
Zwitman was recently awarded a
plaque by the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews for
his unusual achievement in inter-
faith work in the Greater Miami
community.
Others who have been nomi-
nated are: Paul M. Bruun, who
conducted campaign to start
building Dade County 'Cancer
Clinic; Caesar LaMonaca, con-
ductor of public band concerts;
M. (Mike) Goodwin, organizer of
the Human Aid Society; Miss
Betty Ward, editor of the Youth
Roundup weekly section of the
Miami Daily News; Dr. Dora H.
Klemer, organizer of the Marri-
age and Family Council; Mrs.
William Cox, president of Dade
County Federation of Women's
Clubs: Mrs. James B. Davidson,
past president, Dade County Fed-
eration of Women's Clubs: Mrs.
R. Stearns Hicks, club woman;
Miss Alice Kahl, administrative
assistant to the superintendent of
public schools of Dade County,
in charge of personnel: Mrs. Vlad-
imir Virrick, chairman of Coco-
nut Grove Slum Clearance Com-
mittee; Chester M. Wright, prom-
inent Miami civic leader; Edward
Dornbush, Hialeah businessman
and Blood Bank director.
Organize (Tub
Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman will
be hostess to the planning com-
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mothers' Club this afternoon at
2 o'clock at her home, 5990 N.E.
5th Ct., according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Isaac Levin, retir-
ing president of the Temple
Sisterhood.
Every grandmother belonging to
a Temple Israel family may join
the club by sending her name,
address and telephone number to
Mrs. Levin at 2021 S.W. 22nd St.
or to the Temple office.
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Pictured at the speakers' table at the Salute to Israel dinner
sponsored by the Israel Histadrut Committee at the Saxony Hotel
Saturday evening, April 23. are: (1. to r.) Leon J. Ell. chairman of
the committee; Dr. Barnett R. Brickner. rabbi of the Euclid Avenue
Temple. Cleveland. Ohio, guest speaker; and Solomon Osheroff,
regional director of Histadrut. Discussing the aims of the organ-
ization. Ell said that "Histadrut, although a labor organization,
strives for a decent standard of living but thinks primarily in terms
of national welfare and development. In all other lands." he as-
serted, "management and labor are class-conscious; in Israel co-
operative organizations belonging to or affiliated with the Hista-
drut are cooperating with private enterprise and in many in-
stances form partnerships for joint profitable operations."
Four days after Mr. and Mrs. William Weinberg, 4300 S.W.
7th St.. pictured above, celebrated their fiftieth wedding anni-
versary, Mr. Weinberg, 69, passed away unexpectedly. Becoming
ill while swimming at Crandon Park, he was pronounced dead of
a heart attack upon arrival at a local hospital. A resident of Miami
for three years. Mr. Weinberg came from Newark, N. J. Surviving
him are his wife, Kate; two sons, Morris, Miami, and Sol, Newark;
and a daughter, Mrs. Louis M. Reiss, Orange, N. J. The body was
sent to Newark for services and interment by Philbrick Funeral
Home.
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Mrs. Judith Jick, daughter of Mrs. Mary Saal, 624 Michigan
Ave.. Miami Beach, is helping to build a new settlement at Western
Galilee, Israel. Mrs. Jick, who went to Israel with the first all-
American kibbutz, is shown at the opening ceremonies of the new
kibbutz. Gesher Haziv. Describing the ceremonies to her mother,
Mrs. Jick wrote: "Five hundred guests were invited to the open-
ing, among whom were Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army and
many other dignitaries. It had rained all day; but when the Chief
made the opening address, he said, 'Many men were killed on
this spot. Today they have attained their dreams.' At this moment
the sun shone and planes bussed overhead and parachutes dropped
containing greetings from well-wishers. And then the Jewish
flag was raised upon a make-shift pole. One moment there was
nothing, when we turned aroundthere it was. the blue and
white flag proclaiming to all the country that another Jewish
settlement had been raised upon the soil of Israel." Mrs. Jick
was active in Habonim work in this area.
Lipsick Opens Office As
Aeronautics Consultant
Leon P- Liosick. aeronautical
engineer, has anounced the open-
ing of offices as consultant on
aeronautics and allied fields at
621 N.E. 78th St.
A former chairman of the de-
partment of airplane design at
Sparton College of Engineering.
Oklahoma, and on the staff or
Newark College of Engineering,
Newark, N. J., Lipsick has been
active in the field of aeronautics
for many years. He has also been
associated with many large air-
craft corporations, such as Fair-
child Engine and Aircraft Corpor-
ation and Vidal Research Corpor-
ation doing research and develop-
ment work, and after the war was
active in the conversion of mili-
tary aircraft for civilian use.
Linsick believes that air-minded
Miami has long been in need of
such services as he and his staff
will render.
"The Theory and Practice of
Aircraft Design," Lipsick's latest
book, is to be published shortly.
His other publications and theses
have been widely printed in va-
rious engineering and scientific
journaLs. A graduate of New York
University, he has obtained both
his bachelor's and master's de-
grees in engineering and at pres-
ent is completing his thesis for
his doctorate.
FDR Chapter to Present
Mother's Day Corsages
Mother's Day corsages i will be
delivered by members of the
FDR Chapter, BBYM, to mothers
of all members on Sunday, it has
been announced by President
Harold Booth. Heading the sun-
shine committee in charge of the
gift arrangements will be Herb
Lowe and Walter Traunlg.
Youth Council To Meet
Members of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization Council will
hold a regular meeting on Mon-
day at 8 p.m. at 3131 N. Bay
Road, Miami Beacn. Stephen
Kobley, youth council president,
asks all AZA and BBG repre-
sentatives to attend.
Sisterhood Hold.
Installation
Mrs. Max Meisel, newly elefJ
president of Temple Israels^
hood, was installed at calSl
Tuesday at the WestviewCH
Wolff, first vice presidentV
Max Holtzberg, second^' 3
dent; Mrs. Norman AtH
recording secretary; Mrs F*I
Go^dn. corresponding SsS
tary; Mrs Alvin Rk-hter, ass^
corresponding secretary M S.?
bert J H.rsch, financial LJ
tary; Mrs. A. A. Green a.,*?*
Mrs. Isaac Levin, parl?aVn H
Members of the board are
Mesdames Jacob Eppstein
Max Goldstein, Stella Ha'tm*
Henry Hirsch, William ffiH
G. L. Mendelsohn, firnMmM
mons. Elry Stone, Adolph wJ
theimer- and Nat Williams'
Beth El PTA^MeetT
The Beth El PTA met -
the synagogue auditorium TW
day night at 8:30. Dancing onS
patio fololwed the busineX
tion 4 the meeting, according
Mrs. Ernest Chernoff, entertk
ment chairman.
Plans are being formulated k
a square dance to be held in Z
Beth El patio in May. Mrs Sn.
mour Polin has been named chzU
man of the event. Assisting be I
are the Mesdames Irwin Kivill
Murray Grauer, Edward Mah!
J. Rose, Harry Kravitz, Rak
Cohen, Max Sternstein and ]
ward Schwartz.
Mother's Day Luncheon
In response to requests fne.
members, the annual Mothcrt 1
Day luncheon to be given by the |
Sisterhood of the Miami Beak
Jewish Center on May 8 at 124
p.m. will include sons as well a
daughters.
Mrs. W. I. Feuer is chairmu
of the event and Mrs. Williu
Susman is co-chairman. Assist^ I
them are the Mesdames Jad I
Falk, Sam Weissen, Martin GenR,
Sigmund Schermer, Oscar Mam-
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LILLIAN DURRANT'S
4lst Street Flower Shop
Opp. Sheridan Theatre
Phone 58-7221
"flOIfti FASHION1ST
In Complete Wedding Service
cr,Arializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels
SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS '
WE DELIVER
HUTCHISON
SERVICE
STATION
1155 Collins Avenue
PHONE 58-9941
FUTCH ROBERTS
PLUMBERS
DAVID E. FUTCH and EDWARD O. ROBERTS
CONTRACTING REPAIRS
"If Experience Counts We Count"
288 N. W. 71st Street P^one 77685
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH
DORN-MARTIN
DRUG CO.
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
200 Sunset Drive
South Miami
"THE MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH"
PLASTERING BY
D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO.
450 N. W. 71st STREET. MIAMI
PHONE 89-6924
PASS PAINTING CO.
(Not Inc.)
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
Painting Decorating Wall Papering
Licensed Insured
2820 Coral Wav Pnno 48-5971
SPENCE H. PASS. Owner
J. MILONE
PLASTERING CONTRACTOR
208 N. W. 28th Street

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71 st Street Service Station
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1353 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 2-3510
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126 N. E. FIRST STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDA
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Mrs. Grossinger To
Present Painting by
Israeli Artist To U-M
The painting, "Yemenite Boy
With Flowers" by the famous Is-
raeli artist, M. Matusovsky, Tel
Aviv, which was shown recently
at the exhibitions of Israeli art
held in Miami Beach, will be
presented by its owner. Mrs. Jen-
nie Grossinger of Miami Beach,
to the University of Miami.
"Yomenite Boy With Flowers"
has been recognized by critics as
one of the finest examples of
modern art. Mrs. Grossinger, in
presenting the picture to the uni-
versity, expressed the hope that
its presence there would serve to
inspire the student body, faculty,
and general public with a realiza-
tion of the part which art can
play in bringing about a better
understanding between different
nations and that a tie of friend-
ship between the people of Israel
and of this locality would thus
be forged.
The official presentation to Dr.
Bowman Ashe, president of the
University of Miami, will be made
this morning at 11 o'clock at the
university, by a delegation of Mi-
ami notables.
ATTRACTIVE MAN
with A-l Business Ability &
Means Interested in Meeting
Similar Young Lady.
WRITE MR. S.
P. O. Box 3505.
Miami 22, Fla.
Cantor Berele Kelemer
Kelemer To Sing At
Jewish Home For Aged
Cantor Berele Kelemer of the
Miami Heberw School and Con-
gregation will participate in the
Mother's Day musical program to
be presented at the Jewish Home
for the Aged at 2 p.m. Sunday.
The affair is under the sponsor-
ship of the Miami Beach Auxili-
ary to the home. Gifts will be
presented to all women residents
and refreshments will be served.
Leo Steinman is in charge of the
program.
SOLAR WATER SERVICE
REPAIRS AND
CALL 4-7485
BOOSTERS
DON S. COLEMAN
INSECTICIDES
FUMIGATING
EXTERMINATING
EARL WHITFORD
APEX
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
3582 N. W. 22nd Ave.
Pnone 3-7500
TELEVISION
Clubs Organizations Raise
Money
Give away a Television Set
Buy Direct from Distributor
MIAMI DISTRIBUTORS
10 N. E. 3rd Ave.
Phone 2-4118
QUIET HOME
Refined atmosphere Working
people or convalescing. Board op-
tional. Every convenience. Near
Bus 19 or 35. Tel. 4-6014.
1020 N. W. 22nd AVE.
ATTRACTIVE HOME
ATMOSPHERE
Private RoomGood Board
S35.00 per week
Gentleman Preferred
Ph. 86-4057 After 10 A.M.
Auxiliary To Meet
Louis D. Brandeis auxiliary No.
199, Free Sons of Israel, will hold
a special meeting at the Sea-
| comber Hotel, Miami Beach,
! Thursday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Harvey
j Herman, program chairman, will
!be assisted by Mrs. Samuel Gor-
don, president, and Mrs. Robert
Jacobson, second vice president.
Ernie Wolfe Announces
Council Candidacy
A. Ernest Wolfe, realtor, build-
er-contractor and apartment ho-
tel owner, has joined the race
for a Miami Beach council post.
A resident of the Beach for
25 years, he has been active in a
number of organizations, includ-
ing the Elks, Masons, Temple
Beth Sholom, B'nai B'rith, Miami
Beach Board of Realtors, Zion-
ists of Amreica and the Presi-
dents Council.
He is president of the Miami
Beach Anglers Club, Inc. and was
one of the founders of the Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce. Wolfe, his wife and three
children, live at 4474 Sheridan
Ave.
Beach Hadassah
To Hold Shower
Palestinian Supplies Committee
,>: the Miami Beach Hadassah will
hold its annual Linen Shower
Monday at Temple Beth Sholom
at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Freda F. New-
man, chairman of the committee,
invites all members to attend and
contribute some item of linen
such as sheets, pillow cases,
towels. blankets, wash-cloths,
table-cloths, infants clothing or
anything comparable. Hospital
supplies such as bandages, ad-
hesive tape, bedspreads, quilted
pads and unbleached linen are al-
so needed. All merchandise will
be packed ready to be shipped
after the meeting to Hadassah
hospitals and welfare institutions
in Israel, and to immigrant fam-
ilies who have arrived to make
their homes in the Jewish State.
A number of urgent cables from
Jerusalem have recently been re-
ceived, asking for the immediate
shipment of hospital supplies,
therefore, all members are im-
plored to cooperate. Those who
find it inconvenient to bring
linens can contribute money
which will go toward the pur-
chase of supplies needed.
Those unable to attend the
meeting but who wish to con-
tribute are asked to phone Mrs.
Newman at 9-2664.
LEGAL NOTICES
WIDOWER
Middle Thirties, Refined. Clean
Cut, desires to meet attractive
widow in laie 20's or early 30's.
Write to A. S. Box 2973
Miami 18, Fla.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
KURII>A. IN CHANCERY. No
121475.
MOLLTE IIKRSII. Plaintiff, vs. SAM
HER8H, Defendant.
You, SAM HERSH, c/o Rand Drug
Company, 617 Homewood Avenue,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, are notified
to file your appearance in the above
cause for divorce on the 6th day of
June, A I>. 194ft. otherwise decree pro
confeaao will be entered against you.
I>at.-d this '.th day of May, A. D
i'.:
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
uit Com t Seal)
By M. C. PEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
Ml I.TON A. FR IK DMAN
Seybold Hldg.
Attorney for Applicant
5/6-13-20-27
DUNCRAGGAN INN
HENDERSONVIILE, N. C.
Private Swimming Pool. Golf,
Horseback Riding, Entertainment,
Excellent Cuisine
REDUCED RATES FOR JUNE
HOROWITZ
KOSHER INN
331 1st Avenue West
HENDERSONVIILE. N. C.
Announces the re-opening of
their 27th season with an ex-
pert cook under the supervi-
sion of Mr. and Mrs. A. Horo-
witi. Special seasonal rates.
Write to Horowitz Kosher Inn
[or reservations.
Miami AJC Will
Install Officers
Mrs. A. A. Hayden, who was
recently re-elected president of
the Miami Chapter of the Flor-
ida Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress, will
be installed at Burdine's audi-
torium Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.
Rabi Max Shapiro, who in-
stalled the original officers of the
organization when the chapter
was founded in 1946, will again
act as installing officer and guest
speaker. Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches will sing, accompanied by
Mrs. Elsie Steibel at the piano.
Mrs. Mark Kaplan will serve as
toastmistress. Mrs. Joseph M.
Fine, first president and present
honoray president, will deliver
the invocation.
Representing the national AJC
at the ceremonies will be Mrs.
Louis Glasser, national vice presi-
dent and president of the Florida
Women's Division.
Afternoon tea will be served in
the auditorium for the first time
and will be folowed by a fashion
show.
Besides Mrs. Hayden, the fol-
lowing will take office: the Mes-
dames Michael Arnold, Leon Cur-
tice, Bessie Elman, Robert S. Le-
vin, David Rabinowitz, John
Weintraub, vice presidents: Mrs.
Harold Drucker, recording secre-
tary:; Mrs. George Cohen and
Mrs. Sam Hyman, coresponding
secretaries: Mrs. Louis Auerbach,
financial secretary. Mrs. A. Ladd,
treasurer; Mrs. Isidore Cohen,
Mrs. Joseph Fine, Mrs. Mark Kap-
lan and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
trustees.
Truly Nolen
Expert Warns
Termites Are
\o\v Siva rming
This is the time of year when
highly destructive subterranean
termites are swarming and form-
ing new colonies, according to
Truly Nolen, head of the Eco-
nomy Exterminators. He states
that these creatures usually
swarm out in the open in the
spring and fall of each year to
form new colonies.
It is wise for the homeowner
who finds evidence of termite in-
festation to call upon a termite
control expert, Nolen advises, for
no two infestations are exactly
alike and no set of recommenda-
tions can be given that would b effective in all cases and not be
excessive and wasteful in many.
Each case, he says, must be
studied with the habits of the in-
sets and the control principles in
mind and then methods of treat-
ment employed which secrn to
best fit the conditions as found.
Economy Exterminators have
acquired a reputation for abso-
lute reliability in controlling both
subterranean and dry wod ter-
mites. The firm employs the lat-
est scientific method of insulat-
ing the home against further dam-
age from these pests and guar-
antees all termite control for five
years.
In addition to termite control,
Economy offers a fumigatory ser-
vice. They maintain fumigatory
chambers at their plant for furn-
iture, rugs, etc.
Economy has offices in Miami
and Miami Beach.
Turk To Address
Hadassah Group
Councilman Harold Turk!nI
speak at a meeting of th-V*
Beach Business and Pll H
Women's Division of ?1
to be held Monday eventH
8:30 at the Miam. Beach y I
In honor of Mother's n,
Frances Lebon will present '
group of appropriate 5nn, 'I
all members are renlf^
bring their mothers H** <
be awarded to the younS, ^
oldest mothers present q3^
Mother's Day certifis WH
soldjor the planting 0fStS J
pA w!lYbrp0reVnU^^
ber of the organization wg*
view toward better under, 1'
ing the world situation^
Plans will be completed f
cocktail party f0r rnernWlj
guests. A feature of the"!
will be the affixing of 1Partf;
signatures to m.c'rof.l^g
which will be sent to the StaB
Israel to President Chaim wl
man in honor of the fir* 3
versary celebration 0f J'S
state Hostesses for the party 3
be Mrs. Bea Cypress and ft?
Ceil Cook, who have offered Z
homes for this occasion.
At this time final requests *ffl
be made for pledges for the 2
nual donor dinner which mil
take place in June.
Marguerite Marks, chairman 4
the nominating committee if
present the slate, which inciufa
Lillian Goodman, president Dfcv
othy Parker, first vice presid*
Frances Lebon, second vice p5
dent; Florence Mintzer, trea*
er; Mrs. Bea Cypress, correspond.
ing secretary; Jean Bermaa i*
ording secretary; Harriet Kkii
financial secretary. Elections f
be held.
Sometfiuq
...aJh/Juiiim.
VOTE FOR FIVE
FOR CITY COUNCIL
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCCIT COlItT OP THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCCIT
IN AN|> Fur DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
1M4M.
ELAINE ZUCKMAN LOMBARDI,
I'lalntiif, vs. JOSEPH 1>>.MI!ARD1,
I vfendant.
You, JOSEPH IX>MBARDI, 31b
W .M mh Street, N.w fork City,
New York, are notified to file your
appearance in the above caUM for di-
vorce on the 6th day of June, A. L).
1949, otherwise decree pro confesso
will be entered against you.
Dated this 4 day of May, A D
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. PEIOE,
Dcput) I 'lei k
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Seybold Bid*.
Attorney for Applicant
5/6-13-20-27
Palsy Clinic To Hold
Supper. Games Party
The Cerebral Palsy Clinic, 304
S.W. 8th Ave.. will hold its first
supper and games party tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock at the Beth
El auditorium, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Tariff is one dollar and all pro-
ceeds will go toward a speech
therapist for the clinic.
The clinic is open to the public
every day from 9 a.m. to 430
p.m.. according to Mrs. Etha Beck j
manager, who announces that she
and Miss Florence Sokowsky, I
physiotherapist, will answer any '
questions about the clinic I
14 Years ervice in Community
Interest* Home Owner ..ttomey
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi- in
busin.-ss under the fictitious name
of LITTLE RIVIERA COCKTAIL
LOUNGE at number 165 N.E. 79th
Street In the City of Miami, Florida,
Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
EVANS CORPORATION
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5/6-13-20-27 6/3
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