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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
f^22-NUMBER 19
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
N. ADMITS ISRAEL
$>
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kited Synagogue
Convene Here
mday, Monday
Ljpuei Rothstein, of New
C national president of the
|ted Synagogue of America.
be the principal speaker
____at the con-
vention of the
Southeast Re-
gion to be
field at the
Miami Beach
Jewish Center
this Sun day
and Monday.
Rothst e i n
has been at
the head of
this organiza-
tion, compris-
ing 500 con-
servative con-
IRothstein gregat ions
Lghout the United States, for
I past five years. He is honor-
president of the East Mid-
Jewish Center, Brooklyn,
fork, and a director of the
_j National Fund, the Pales-
Foundation Fund and the
jklyn Jewish Community
mciL Rothstein has for many
been active in Zionist af-
and also a member of the
mean Zionist Emergency
Jicil and the Administrative
pmittee of the Zionist Organ-
i of America,
he convention will open Sun-
at 12:30 with a luncheon at
ch Joseph M. Rose, Miami
ich, will be chairman. The in-
Btion will be delivered by
bi Manuel Greenstein, West
i Beach. At this time, Macey
sberg, Charleston, S. C,
pdent of the Southeast Re-
i will deliver his annual mes-
bllowing the luncheon, there
I be a plenary session devoted
] discussion of the president's
i and a seminar on "Func-
of a Synagogue Center."
moderator of the seminar will
IRabbi Sanders A. Tofield,
psonville, and participants
be Fred Berkovitz, educa-
director, Miami Beach Jew-
|Unter, who will discuss "Ex-
wncular Activities of the He-
' and Sunday Schools;" Hy
?rantz, extension activities
Ftor of the Miami Bureau of
fsn Education, who will dis-
Adult Jewish Studies;" and
1 lioldberg, director, South-
Reeiou, United Synaflogue,
h^ d'scuss "An Integrated
fed Synagogue Program." The
" subject for discussion, at
session, will be "A Living
Bism for Today's Youth."
I Public meeting will be held
p evening at which Kroris-
W'U preside. The invocation
irile* delivered by Rabbi
PrUel Bennett, Columbus, Ga.,
L5"iarks of welcome will be
BidedI by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
L the Miami Beach Jewish
f'ncipal address of the eve-
;. be made by Rothstein
le P,, Pl esent his views on
Ikl'^l' Role of American
IdeHvn I c'osir>g.Prayer will
tntri rel ^ Rabi Lewis
KrKh0, Cnarleston. S. C.
hina uP sessions on Monday
I'wg beginning at 10 a.m.,
L dtvoted to "How to In-
lwhif.hynaLgogue Membership"
I bo aHU discussion leader
fcviUPATred Finkelstein of
I tn ^nn-; and at H:30
I'ness ,af ^ussion of "The
fcent" iT0iW*ati0Ml Man-
1 Joseoh uCh,W,iH be Presented
Qh. Hackel, Jacksonville.
eleriA foliOWed y reports
lingyS5 "'officer, for the
59th Nation To Be Approved
Israeli Flag Flies Over Assembly
FLUSHING, N. Y.Israel was voted into the United Nations Wednesday
night as the 59th member of the world organization.
The general assembly voted 37 to 12 with nine abstentions, to accept
the Jewish state in Palestine.
Opposition to admitting it to the U nited Nations came solidly from the
Arabic bloc, with no other state joining the negative vote.
The six Arab states walked out of the auditorium in a protest demonstra-
tion as President Herbert V. Evatt announced the entry of Israel and invited
Foreign Minister Moshe' Sharett to the rostrum.
The United States voted for the Isreal admission. Britain abstained.
Nations voting against Israel were Afghanistan, Burma, Egypt, Ethiopia,
India, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen.
The abstaining states were Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, El Salvador, Greece,
Siam, Sweden, Turkey and Britain.
The galleries burst forth to loud cheering and applause when the vote was
announced. Herbert V. Evatt, general assembly president, interrupted the
enthusiastic cheers to welcome Israel and invited its Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett to take a place on the speaker's platform.
"We welcome Israel as a member of the United Nations," Evatt said.
"We will accord to it friendship and co-operation. In return we know we shall
get its loyalty and co-operation.
"This is a great moment for the State of Israel," Sharett replied. "It is a
great moment for the Jewish people throughout the world. One is awed by the
responsibility it entails, one is uplifted by the vision it reveals for the future."
Israel became a nation under United Nations auspices one year ago Sat-
urday.
Jewish Agency To
Halt Unauthorized
Fund-Raising
The Jewish Agency for Pales-
tine has announced the form-
ation of a committee to eliminate
"unauthorized and illegitimate"
fund-raising drives on behalf of
Israel and in other ways to assure
the priority of the United Jewish
Appeal as the central fund-rais-
ing agency in this country for
the Jewish state.
At the same time, the agency
pointed out that the Government
of Israel has prohibited its mem-
bers and officials from endorsing
any campaign other than the
United Jewish Appeal, except
with government authorization.
While taking note of the im-
portant contribution of certain
well-established individual cam-
paigns in the field, the agency
declared:
"The Jewish Agency for Pales-
tine, charged by the Government
of Israel with primary responsi-
bility for the administration of
philanthropic funds spent on the
Israeli immigration and absorp-
tion program, considers that the
confusion created by multiple
campaigns endangers the success
of the United Jewish Appeal.
"With a view to eliminating
this confusion, the Jewish
Agency has decided to set up a
committee on multiple campaigns
to consist of representatives of
the Jewish Agency, the United
Palestine Appeal and the United
Jewish Appeal, which will be
empowered to act with the full
authority of the Jewish Agency."
Dr. Waksman Gives Drug
Patent To Rutgers U.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J.
(JTA)Dr. Selman A. Waksman,
discoverer of the drug streptomy-
cin, has assigned his patent to
Rutgers University and has made
possible the erection of a $1,000,-
000 Institute of Microbiology at
the university, Dr. Robert C.
Clothier, president of the insti-
tution, announced this week.
Dr. Waksman, who will be the
first director of the institute, has
made possible the erection of a
building to house the new re-
search center, and a grant of
FLUSHING MEADOWS. N.
Y.The flag of Israel was
raised outside the Flushing
Meadows auditorium Thurs-
day in official inclusion of
the Zion state as 59th mem-
ber of the United Nations
with a special ceremony.
Rabbi Morris Skop Accepts Call To
Coral Gables Jewish Center Pulpit
$250,000 toward the operating ex-
penses by turning over the royal-
ties from his patent on streptomy-
cin. Other operating income will
come from royalties, university
funds and private grants.______
Rabbi Zwitman, Mrs. Yirrick Named
Dade County's Outstanding Citizens
Rabbi Col man A. Zwitman and
Mrs. Elizabeth Virrick were
named Dade County's outstand-
ing citizens of 1948 at ceremonies
in Bayfront Park bandshell Wed-
nesday night.
Selected from 18 candidates.
Rabbi Zwitman was recognized
for his leadership in promoting
inter-faith relations, while Mrs.
Virrick was honored for her work
as head of the Coconut Grove
Slum Clearance Committee.
The awards made annually by
the Outstanding Citizen's Com-
mittee, headed by Sidney L. I
Segall, were presented to the
recipients by I. D. MacVicar, vice
chairman of the Dade County
Commission. Miami Mayor Robert
L. Floyd was principal speaker.
Rabbi Zwitman, who was re-
cently cited by the Miami Round
Table of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews for his
work in bettering human rela-
tions, was congratulated by Mac-
Vicar for his work in "promoting
the welfare of all faiths."
Mrs. Virrick. MacVicar stated,
Rabbi Colman Zwitman
initiated a slum clearance pro-
gram which has spread though-
out the county.
Others nominated for the award
were Miss Mary B. Merntt, Mrs.
T V. Moore, W. Roger Herndon,
Harry Zukernick, H. H. Hyman,
Paul Bruun, Edward Dornbush,
Mrs. William Cox, Miss Betty
Ward, Dr. Dora H. Klemer, Caesar
LaMonaca, Michael Goodwin,
Mrs. James B. Davidson, Mrs R.
Stearns Hicks. Miss Alice Kahl
and Chester M. Wright.
The Coral Gables Jewish Com-
munity Center announces the
election of Rabbi Morris A. Skop
of Orlando as its spiritual leader
starting September 1, 1949.
Rabbi Skop has occupied a uni-
que position in American Jewish
Congregational life, having served
as rabbi of Congregation Ohev
Shalom in Orlando for twelve
years, in which Orthodox, Reform
and Conservative Jewish families
were all members of a single
synagogue and where children of
all Jewish denominations were
organized in a community daily
Hebrew school and Sunday re-
ligious school.
A graduate of Ohio State Uni-
versity, Rabbi Skop studied at
the Jewish Institute of Religion
in 1937. He has done graduate
work at Harvard University in
intercultural and inter-racial
studies in the Department of Ed-
ucation.
Rabbi Skop has been president
of Orlando Lodge No. 1043 of
B'nai B'rith, president of the Cen-
tral Florida Zionist District, chair-
man of the international rela-
tions committee of the Orlando
Rotary Club, chairman of Home
Service in Orange County Red
Cross, member of executive com-
mittee of Mental Hygiene Society,
32nd degree Mason, Shriner,
chairman of Jewish Education
Committee and Committee on
Sectarian Teaching in the Public
Schools of the Florida Federation
of B'nai B'rith lodges.
The author of articles published
in various periodicals dealing
with intercultural studies. Rabbi
Skop has for many years served
on the Mayor's Interracial Com-
mittee and was recently guest
lecturer in religion at the Uni-
versity of Florida Department of
Rabbi Morris Skop
Religion.
Rabbi Skop will continue his
work as civilian chaplain at the
Pratt Veterans Hospital in Coral
Gables, under the U. S. Army-
National Jewish Welfare Board's
Chaplaincy program. During the
war years he was civilian chap-
lain at the Orlando Army Air
Force Base and Banana Diver
Naval Base.
The rabbi is a member of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis and was one of the organ-
izers of the Association of Florida
Rabbis serving as secretary-treas-
urer for ten years.
Rabbi and Mrs. Skop and their
four children will settle in Coral
Gables during the summer, where
he will assist in the building of
the new Jewish Center to be
started shortly.
Herbert Gelernter is president-
elect of the center, succeeding
Sam Silver, Gelernter will be in-
stalled June 5.
1


PAGE TWO
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Consulate Of Israel In Los Angeles
Before reaching Los Angeles, I
had planned to visit the Israeli
Consulate. This phenomenion is,
no doubt, of interest to everyone.
But I had more personal reasons.
I also wanted to see the Consul
himself, my friend Reuvan Dafni,
who came on a secret mission to
Miami, when the Haganah was
preparing to come to grips with
the Arabs and the British in a
life and death struggle for the
sovereignty of Palestine. At the
Miami Beach home of Benjamin
Kane, a small group met. Reuvan
was hesitant about making a
speech, for he said he had never
had previous experience. I re-
member telling him "get up and
say in simple language the things
you yourself experienced." Today,
he sways vast audiences; as a
speaker, this hero is grcately in
demand.
The Jewish Underground
When I say hero, I am not
euphemizing. The story of the
Jewish underground during the
war is yet to be written. The
names of Hanna Senesh, Gisi
Fleischman. Joel Brandt, Euzo
Sereni, Joel Nussbarker, Haym
Hermish. Avi and Joshua Frach-
tenberg must never be forgotten.
Among these and other para-
chuiers, Reuvan Dafni landed be-
hind the Nazi lines and matched
wits with the Gestapo and S.S.
in the unequal struggle to rescue
Jews from the incinerators.
Reuvan has also to his credit the
lives of 120 American flyers,
whom he saved from the Nazis.
Anticipations
On my way to the office, I was
settling down mentally to a good
chat and a leisurely lunch. Since
seeing Reuvan, I had read Marie
Syrian's "Blessed is the Match"
and had some detailed questions
about his underground activities.
On reaching the building. 208
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W. 8th St., I scanned the list of
tenants and was unable to find
anything under the name Consul
or Israel. As I turned to ask the
starter, my eyes beheld on the
wall large gilded letters in He-
brew and English "Consulate of
Israel." With a warm inner feel-
ing, I stepped out of the elevator
into the 12th floor.
Having had my passport visad
in a number of Consular offices.
I expected a single room, divided
into a reception foyer and a busi-
ness cubicle, with a girl at the
desk reading the latest thriller,
asking my business and ushering
me into the back chambers where
the Consul would sit twiddling
his thumbs, thankful for a visitor
to break the monotony and bore-
dom. Sez you! On opening one of
the double doors, I entered a
suite. The reception room was
large, furnished in quiet, good
taste, with a railing to keep out
stragglers. About 8 people were
waiting, presumably to see the
Consul. A pretty, dark-eyed girl
in a trim navy blue gabardine
suit was informing an elderly
gentleman in detail how to reach
Eretz Israel.
Dignified Efficiency
I waited until the girl behind
the railing finished her phone
conversation in Hebrew. She then
asked how she could help me.
"Mr. Dafni!" I answered laconi-
cally .'Have vou an appointment?"
"No. I do not." Her eyes ran
over the line of people waiting.
She continued tactfully. "I doubt
if Mr. Dafni can see you today.
Perhaps. I can help you." "No,
I'm just loafing. This is merely a
friendly call. I once met Mr. Daf-
ni in Miami.'' She wrote my name
on a slip of paper and sent it to
the inner sanctum. This young
lady is evidently an adept in
getting rid of nudnicks.
While waiting. I questioned the
girl during the intervals she was
free of the telephone. The suite
contains 7 rooms. The force con-
sists of 7 girls and 2 men. With
the possible exception of the
Mexican office, the Israeli Con-
sulate is the busiest on the West
Coast. Yet it does not appear
hectic. The atmosphere is digni-
fied without being solemn. The
force is businesslike and cordial,
neither austere nor familiar.
There is in evidence a quiet ef-
ficiency, which is not show, nor
pushing, nor officious. From 400
to 500 people are handled each
month. The Consul confers daily
with an average of 15 people.
About 900 letters come in and
1200 go out monthly.
Reuvan Dafni
The phone buzzed. The girl
answered a simple "kain" (O.K.
in Hebrew) and nodded to me
"that door." Reuvan received me
most cordially. But what a
change. In Miami he seemed so
youthful, somewhat ill at ease in
a strange environment, and
slightly gauche. Now he is the
suave man of the world, who
consciously represents with re-
spect and dignity the sovoieign
State of Israel. Of course his ma-
Y Boxing Tournament
The Miami YMHA athletic de-
partment will stage a no-age-
limit boxing tournament for an
Y members at its gymnasium on
Thursday evening. May 19-
Training sessions to prepare the
tournament participants are being
conducted at the Miami Y each
Sunday morning at 10 a.m. and
Monday and Thursday evenings
at 8 pm. under the leadership or
boxing coach. Herman Miller.
Sorority Fetes Mothers
Rho Chapter of Iota Alpha Pi
sorority held its annual Mothers
Day luncheon Sunday at the Sor-
rento Hotel, Miami Beach. The
pledge class sponsored the enter-
tainment which included original
songs. _______^^^
FRIDAY, May 13,
turity can also be attributed to
his recent marriage with the
talented daughter of Meir Gross-
man, the leader of the Revision-
ist Zionists.
Yes, confirmed Feuvan. his of-
fice is maintained at high gear.
Like Gaul, his job is divided into
3 parts. First: the routine work
of every consulate, granting the
visas, authentication of docu-
ments, attestation of records, cer-
tification of notaries, identifica-
tion of persons, the protection of
nationals. Second: furnishing in-
formation about Israel, constant
attention to problems of import
and export, promoting trade re-
lations, stimulation of commerce
and industry for the new state,
advising as to investments.
Extra-curricula Activities
Yet the Israeli office is not
quite the conventional Consulate.
Questions began pouring in. The
regular staff soon became
swamped with an ever increasing
volume of requested information
ranging from the cost of a
pound of butter in the Emek to
the private religious convictions
of the Prime Minister. An Offict
of Information had to be set up as
an adjunct to the Consulate. Its
staff of 3 arranges press confer-
ences, furnishes releases to news-
papers, acquaints would-be set-
tlers with their problems in tha
infant state, ad advises tourists
how to travel in safety and com-
fort.
But the unique feature of this
Consulate is that tenuous, im-
ponderable task known as public
relations. Reuvan Dafni receives
from 25 to 30 requests we^klv
to speak in the 7 states constitut-
ing his jurisdiction. He has no
free evenings; for even enter-
tainments, dinners to colleagues,
receptions in other Consulates are
all part of his job. The Israel Di-
gest, published twice a month by
the Office of Information, an of-
ficial sheet packed with facts, is
mailed to newspapers, periodicals,
Chambers of Commerce, civic
bodies, educational institutions,
radio commentators, and leading
Jews, all within the district.
The impact of the Consulate is
felt in the community. There are
120 students and 350 visitors, all
Israeli nationals. From 6 to 8
visas are issued daily, of which
one-fourth are to permanent set-
tlers. Income from visas, stamps,
authentications, ect., already
covers one-third of the Consulate
costs. It is fair to assume that
this office will soon be self sup-
porting.
Debate Winners to Speak
At Luncheon Meeting
Roy Adkins and Bob Miller,
winners of the Dade County High
School Debate Contest sponsored
by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith I
will describe their recent trip to
Washington, D. C, at the weekly
luncheon meeting of the lodge to-
day at 12:15 p.m. at the Down-
towner Restaurant.
The two studentsand their de-
bate coach, Hugh Allsworth of
Miami Edison High School, re-
cently visited the nation's capi-
tal for one week as the first prize
in the annual contest. In Wash-
ington they were entertained by
Florida legislators, Senators
Claude Pepper and Spessard Hol-
land and Representative George
A. Smathers. They also met FBI
chief, John Edgar Hoover, and
Attorney General Tom Clark.
William L. Pallot will preside
at the luncheon meeting.
FDR Chapter To Sponsor
Smoker, Games Party
FDR Chapter. B'r.ai Lft
Young Men. will sponsor a sm
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bers on Sunday at 815 I?'
the home of Henry weiss
S.W. 30th Road, Miami 341
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PAGE THREE
Cancer Detection Program Dependent
On Success Ot Drive, Lewis Warns
Frank warning was given Sat-
lirdav that the whole cancer de-
yirtion program in Dade county
Sends on the success of the cur-
S campaign for membership
^d funds.
T Gerald Lewis, president of
**' Dade County Cancer Insti-
ute announced that only $23 -
Sn had been raised so far m the
drive for $97,450.
"This is a very serious situa-
tion" Lewis said. "About three
fourths of the goal is earmarked
{o operate the new detection
clinic which was opened for in-
spection two weeks ago.
"This amount is the minimum
needed to activate this program
for early detection of cancer.
Simple arithmetic shows that
this life saving work cannot be
done unless more funds are pro-
V'About $300,000 has been spent
in building and equipping the
clinic a basic part of the all-out
war against cancer in this area.
The building, one of the most
modern in the south, is being
equipped with the latest eauin-
ment for examination and deep
therapv treatment. The institute
plans a diagnostic and treatment
clinic as the next step and the
ultimate establishment of a com-
plete cancer hospital.
"All that is lacking is the
brains and manpower to make
this program an actuality," Lewis
said. "It will be a tragedy if this
facility, made possible through
such planning and sacrifice,
should be allowed to lie idle when
the need is so great.
"Cancer is a great killer that
takes 3,000 lives in Florida every
year. Modern research holds out
hope for these victims. The princ-
ipal weapon is early detection at
tne stage in which treatment is
usually successful.
"We appeal to every citizen of
Dade County to make a contribu-
tion and become a member of the
Dade County Cancer Institute
and the American Cancer So-
ciety."
B'nai B'rith Units
Staging Drive
For Members
B'nai B'rith lodges in Greater
Miami have entered the third
week of their spring membership
drive under the leadership of
General Chairman George J. Bert-
man of Miami Beach.
Houston Leader Will Address Fifth
Anniversary Annual Meeting Of Beach Y
Daniel Schlanger of Houston.honorary president and first
Texas, president of the southern
section of the National Jewish
Welfare Board and a member of
the N.J.W.B. board of directors,
will be the principal speaker at
A goal of 250 new members has | the fifth anniversary annual
been set by the B'nai B'rith
Council of Greater Miami, co-
ordinators of the current drive.
Miami Beach Lodge, North Shore
Lodge and Sholem Lodge are ex-
pected to enroll the greatest por-
tion of this quota. Highlighting
the social events sponsored by
the seven lodges will be a water
carnival by Tropical Lodge; a
stag smoker at Howard's Res-
taurant on the Trail by Coral
Gables Lodge; and lox and bagel
breakfasts by Sholem, Miami
meeting of the YM & WHA of
Miami Beach Sunday at 8 p.m.
Schlanger is a graduate of the
University of Texas and a well
known attorney in Houston. He
is the honorary president, past
president of the Houston Jewish
Community Center, chairman of
the Houston Public Relations
Committee and a board member
of the Southwest Public Rela-
tions Committee.
Mr. Schlanger, who is making
the trip to Miami Beach to par-
president.
The theme of the evening will
be "Democracy Through Play,"
a presentation of the Y activities
in action. Over 100 people will
participate in this pageant. Fol-
lowing the business meeting and
the presentation of the pageant,
there will be dancing.
The community is invited to
participate in the festivity.
* V '
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Beach and North Shore Lodges; ticipate in the Fifth Anniversary
;in inst.'lllntinn fllnnnr with nvne. A______I lffuil.. -* ai_ i, -n
an installation dinner with pros-
pects as guests by the Isaac Le-
vin Lodge. The FDR Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Men, is cur-
rently raising funds to apply for,
their charter.
Persons interested in joining
B'nai B'rith mav call the B'nai
B'rith Council office at 82-5685.
B. Manischewitz Co.
Elects New Officers
NEW YORKAt a meeting of
the board of directors of the B.
Manischewitz Company held in
this city last Tuesday, Bernard
Manischewitz, a former vice pres-
ident was elected president. D.
Beryl Manischewitz, a former
vice president was elected chair-
man of the board. Both officers
have been actively associated
with the firm for over fifteen
years.
Bernard Prensky, a brother-in-
law of the Manischewitz family,
was elected vice president. Wil-
liam B. Manischewitz, retained
his old position as treasurer of the
company.
VOTE FOR FIVE
FOR CITY COUNCIL
HARRY
ZUKERNICK
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Dr. Gotlsehall To
Speak At Gables
Installation
Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall. di-
rector of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, will be
the guest speaker at the Coral
Gables Lodge and Women's Chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith, joint installation
banquet Sunday, May 15, at 7
p.m.
Commemorating "I Am an
American Day," Dr. Gottschall
will speak on the subject "Light-
ing Lamps for Brotherhood."
Louis Heiman will serve as in-
stalling officer.
The banquet installation will
take place at Fox's Restaurant,
6500 South Dixie Highway, Wil-
liam Hechler, chairman, has an-
nounced. Mrs. William Hechler
and Jerome R. Adelman will be
installed as presidents of the two
Coral Gables B'nai B'rith groups.
Other officers of the women's
unit to be installed are: Mrs. A.
Frank Wellins, first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Irving Matlin, second
vice president; Mrs. Sam Freed-
man, recording secretary; Mrs.
Louis Heines, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Harold Goldhagen,
financial secretary; Mrs. Herman
Brenner, treasurer; Mrs. Bernard
Stone, historian; Mrs. Nathan
Bloom, monistress; Mrs. Oscar
Sindell, parliamentarian; Mrs.
Peter Glazer, Hillel council repre-
sentative.
Board members include: the
Mesdames Maurice Horwitz, A.
W. Harris, Lionel Silverman, Her-
man Fisher, Joseph Rogers, Sid-
ney Boeninger, Sol Rappaport,
Sidney Suss, Hy Bernstein, Dewey
Uein, Jack Toback and Arnold
Lewis. Honorary board members
are Mrs. Sam Schulefand and
Mrs. D. Michelson.
Reservations may be obtained
by contacting chairman William
Hechler at 48-9437. Assisting
Hechler are Mrs. Louis Heines.
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, Nathan
Bloom and Dr. Leonard Glick-
stein.
Series Is Broadcast
Radio station WLRD-FM, Mi-
ami Beach, is now broadcasting
the "Lest We ForgetStories To
Remember" series on Saturday of
each week at 6:15 p.m.
Produced by the Institute for
Democratic Education, a cooperat-
ing organization of the Anti-De-
famation League, the series
dramatizes outstanding stories il-
lustrating the combatting of dis-
crimination and building of good
human relations. _____
Annual Meeting of the Y, will
present a set of resolutions, on
behalf of the Y board and mem-
bership, to Carl Weinkle, retiring
president, after three years of
service and to Harry Zukernick,
MIAMI'S OLDEST
FURNITURE MOVERS
Mrs. Mantlet To
Head Youth Unit
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet was elected
chairman of the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth Commission at a
recent meeting held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straat-
en. Mrs. Mamlet has served as
Young Judaea chairman for this
area and is a representative of
Miami Beach Hadassah to the
Zionist Youth Commission. She
was recently elected to the office
of president of the Parent-Teach-
ers' Association of. Temple Beth
Sholom.
A resolution was passed by the
Sholem Lodge To
Sponsor Danee
A novel magic show, vaude-
ville night and dance will be
sponsored by Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith at the Flagler Gar-
dens, 326 E. Flagler Street, on
Sunday, May 22, at 8 p.m.
City Commissioner H. Leslie
Quigg will give a demonstration
of hypnotism and John Jahn of
Jahn's Magic Shop will present
an array of magic illusions. Audi-
ence participation is planned, ac-
cording to Jerome Weinkle of the
dance committee.
Also featured will be the regu-
lar floor show of the Flagler Gar-
dens. Tickets are $1.25 per per-
son and reservations may be
made through Mrs. Gilbert of

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FRIDAY, MAY 13,
1949
EDITORIAL
A \ aiion Among \ationtt
Todqy Israel is a Nationa Nation in every
sense of the worda Nation among nationsa
Nation that merits respecta Nation whose voice
will be heard in behalf of every deserving cause.
Just one year has passed since the world
thrilled to the creation of a new democracy in the
Middle East. Just twelve months ago, Israel was
proclaimed as a homeland for the Jewish people
and a refuge for those who sought security and
peace.
How nobly that purpose has been fulfilled in
the brief period of Israel's independence! As we
celebrate "Twelve Days of Commemoration" from
May 4 to May 15, in honor of the first anniversary
of the founding of the Jewish State, all Jewry can
take pride in the heroic accomplishments of our
brothers and sisters. Despite overwhelming mili-
tary and political obstacles, they have maintained
a united and free country, dedicated as a haven
for all those who seek a home.
Above all, Israel has demonstrated its readi-
ness to receive the homeless Jews of Europe and
North Africa. More than 200,000 have entered
during the first year of Jewish statehood. They
are streaming in now at the rate of more than
1,000 a daya pace which indicates that the
estimate made earlier this year of 250,000 during
1949 will in all likelihood be far exceeded.
This great exodus from the DP camps and the
countries of Europe and North Africa carries with
it great responsibilities. The people of Israel, num-
bering less than a million in all, cannot shoulder
this burden alone. Despite the problems of newly-
acquired statehood, they are doing far more than
"Shalom, Mr. President"
their share for the newcomers.
The occasion of the first anniversary of the
founding of the State of Israel represents a great
milestone in world history. For the Jewish people
it will properly be the signal for rejoicing and cele-
bration in every corner of the globe.
Every Jew. wherever he may be, whatever hi*
outlook or philosophy, will take pride in th
notable achievements of the government ad
people of Israel in its first year of existence fo
this momentous hour, let us not forget that th
independence we celebrate today was won onl*
at great cost in human life and treasure. In rI
joicing in the fact that a 2000-year old dream is
vibrant reality, let us not overlook the SUpe
human sacrifices that we made to achieve this
moment of fulfillment.
Israel's first birthday, Israel's achievement of
statehood is not one that can be commemorated
adequately with speeches and expressions of
good wishes. The most worthwhile recognition of
this anniversary must be an outstanding effort
to make 1949 a 'Tear of Homecoming" f0r the
greatest possible number of Jews.
We in America can continue to help create a
home for those who have long thirsted for peace
and security. Our unstinting generosity in every
way will be the most effective way of sayinq
"Happy Birthday" to the people of Israel.
Israel, we are confident, will repay the trust
reposed in it by proving to all mankind its readi-
ness to assume its rightful place among the
United Nationsto reflect each and every privi-
lege for which the United Nations was created
and which it stands.
Unforgettable will be this occasion that has
brought to life the prophecies of the biblethat
has made worthwhile the efforts, the energies,
the monies, the sacrifices of human lives to
achieve Jewish Statehoodto become a Nation
among Nations.
Marinarish I nil
Is Organized
The Marmarish Federation of
Greater Miami was organized
Sunday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stuhl, 620 N.W.
23rd Ct.
Marmarish Federations, which
have been organized in New
York, Los Angeles, Cleveland and
Wilkes-Barre, have as their ob-
ject the assistance of fellow Jews
in every manner possible, espe-
cially in helping them settle in
Israel.
Chairman of the evening was
Harry Pearl. Leon Berg was
named president of the group.
Others elected were: Harry Pearl,
vice president; Nathan Slomowitz,
treasurer; Max Bertman, secre-
tary.
Present at the first meeting
were: Leon Berg, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Bertman, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Kandel, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Slomowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Stuhl, Frank Wiesel, D. Zimmer-
man and the hosts.
Next meeting of the federa-
tion will be held tomorrow night
at 8:30 at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Pearl, 2129 S.W. 12th
St. The public is invited to at-
tend.
Tribute Is Paid To World Mizrachi Leader
Beth El Will Sponsor
Mother's Day Fete
A Mother's Day luncheon will
be sponsored by the Beth El Sis-
terhood Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at
the Dora August Memorial Hall
of the synagogue, 600 S.W. 7th
Ave.
Children of the Beth El He-
brew and Sunday Schools who
will participate in the program
are: May Ellen Silver. Nancy Ess-
ner, Bernice, Phyllis and Marsha
Pearl, Marilyn Kornstein, Pattie
Pearlman, Eileen August and
Dolores Chernoff.
Harriet Schwartz, Tarlene Chile
and Linda Weiner will appear in
musical numbers. Bernard Wein-
er will dedicate a poem to
mothers.
Honors will be awarded to the
youngest and oldest mothers
present.
Hillel Spaghetti Supper
The Coral Gables B'nai B'rith
Women will sponsor a spaghetti
supper Wednesday evening at
6:3 at the Hillel House. 3306
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables.
Mrs. Albert Levick and Mrs.
Bernard Abramson are co-chair-
men of the affair. Assisting them
will be the Sharet BBYW under
the leadership of Mrs. Arnold
Lewis, advisor. Also on the com-
mittee are: the Mesdames Tessie
Solomon, Louis Beak, Helen
Hechler, Sam Pearlman and Na-
than Slomowitz.
Hillel keys will also be awarded.
I'niTOR'S NOTE. The author of
this article has written the bio-
graphy of "Rabbi J. H. I^evenberg"
.inil a b'>nk of essays, "Holiday Sym-
bols," which has received national
recoicnitlon. Rabbi Ever s^ttlt-d in
Miami Beach in September. 1948.
as the Southeastern Director of
Y<-shiva University.
By RABBI ISAAC H. EVER
Greater Miami Jewry, its spirit-
ual, communal and civic leaders
will, this coming Sunday eve-
ning, gather to pay tribute to the
memory of one who fathered the
great Mizrachi World movement
for Israel liberation, who directed
its efforts during the trooubled
years of its history, who inspired
it with his genius and enriched it
with the beauty and nobility of
his own soul, the immortal cham-
pion of a nation's deathless hope
Rabbi Meir Berlin.
When we meet on this solemn
day, it is to recall the events of
Rabbi Berlin's brilliant career, to
mourn the bitter loss we sustained
through his death, and to renew
our allegiance to the cause which
he has bequeathed to us as a
sacred trust.
There is exultation mingled
with our sorrow, a sense of
triumph with our grief, as we, his
disciples, we, his sons and daught-
ers, have, by the kindness of a
merciful Providence, been privi-
leged to witness, together with
Rabbi Berlin, the realization of a
close to two thousand year dream,
the attainment of the goal which
Rabbi Berlin had so lavishly
squandered his fortune and spent
his life.
The majestic figure of Rabbi
Berlin disappeared from the
scene of Israel. Now, at last, Is-
rael has emergedrisen out of
a world in ruins. He is bruised,
torn and bleeding but in his eyes
shines the wonderful light It is
the light that illuminated his path
through 1879 years of exile, the
light that glowed in Rabbi Ber-
lin's eyes and cast its radiant
beams about his regal person
the light of prophecy.
Israel has stretched forth his
hands to claim his birthright and
with so much blood shed his
claim, finally, has been allowed
and recognized.
Who then wil say that Rabbi
Meir Berlin is dead?
Rabbi Berlin has come to life
from a long line of great Jewish
personalities. He is resurrected
today in millions of Jewish homes.
His fire burns in every loyal Jew-
ish heart. His courage, his zeal
inspired the vanguard, the pio-
neers of the Jewish people in
Israel to acts of heroism and to
acts of religious faith.
Rabbi Berlin lives in us, and
through us. He lives side by side
with our leaders and prophets of
the past. Together with us, the
heirs of his vision, he will take
up his abode eternally in the free,
beautiful, peace-pursuing and jus-
tice-loving Israel state, of which
he had so nobly dreamed.
Rabbi Berlin had a charming
disposition and sense of humor,
which made him a popular figure
at Zionist Congresses. His tall
figure, and the dreamy eyes of a
poet, give him a striking and
picturesque appearance. As the
leader to the Orthodox Zionist
wing of Judaism the world over,
he combined sincere piety with
modern culture. He was a linguist
also, a writer of note, a speaker,
a statesman of distinction. Every-
one felt the influence and the
spell of his great personality.*
Standing on the threshold of
the new epoch in the life of Is-
rael, facing the great task of turn-
ing dreams into realities, we must
inevitably turn to the spiritual
image of one who was a great
Zionist visionary in modern times
Rabbi Berlin.
He possessed all the qualities
of a leader of men, suavity and
sterness, knowledge of men and
strength of will, devotion to his
followers and fairness of judg-
ment; and all qualities were so
equally and harmoniously united,
that he almost approached per-
fection of human type.
This harmony and marvelous
symmetrical combination of qual-
ities alone would make Rabbi
Berlin great, for only few in a
generation are thus endowed. It
certainly made him the fearless
leader of the Religious-Zionist
movement.
This equilibrium, however
great as it was, and spiritual
though it was, still was too close-
ly connected with Rabbi Berlin.
We can picture it vividly, but
never restore it, and no matter
how his leadership and personal-
ity is needed in our times, we
can only mourn his loss and
nothing else.
But the eternal and immortal in
him. the sincerity, the infinite be-
lief in the realization of the ideal,
the vision and sacrifice will al-
ways serve for us as a well of in-
spiration in our great task of
today.
Miami Zionists To Hold
All-Day Outing, Dinner
The Miami Zionist District will
sponsor an all-day outing and
dinner on Sunday, May 29, at
the Quarter Deck Club, anchored
twelve miles out on the bay. Boats
will leave pier 9, city docks, for
the club at 2 and 4 p.m. A pro-
gram of entertainment has been
arranged by co-chairmen Harry
and Jennie Gordon.
Sisterhood To Install
The Sisterhood of Temple
Isaiah will install its its new of-
ficers at the Belmar Hotel, Miami
Beach, Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Hannah Lencer is chair-
man of the affair.
Boarh AJC To
fiv< Games Party
The Miami Beach Chapter of
the Florida Women's Division of
the American Jewish Congress is
sponsoring a games-party at the
Wofford Hotel on Wednesday at
8 p.m. Proceeds will go toward
the Memorial Fund of the Louise
Waterman Wise Hostel in Israel.
Chairman of the Hostel Fund is
Mrs. Ben Green; chairman of the
games-party, Mrs. Mac Weiner;
co-chairman, Mrs. Carl Rafey.
Tickets may be purchased at
the door and the public is invited
to attend.
Jewish Funeral
Directors Will
Convene Here
Making the Delano Hotel their
headquarters, the Jewish Funeral
Directors of America, Inc., will
convene in Miami Beach Nov. 19-
22, it was announced by manag-
ing director, James J. Carroll.
Approximately 500 delegates,
members and their wives are ex-
pected to attend. National officers
of the organization are Benjamin
F. Solomon, Brookline, Mass.,
president; vice presidents, Mor-
ton Etkin, Buffalo, N. Y., Leonard
Labowitch, Cleveland, Ohio, and
Moses M. Bernstein, Athens, Ga.;
Judah Rosenberg, Philadelphia,
secretary; and Leonard A. Levine,
Philadelphia, treasurer. Editor of
Hebrew Added To
U-M Curriculum
A. P. Gannes, executive direc-
tor of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, has just been officially
informed that Hebrew 101 and
Hebrew 102 have been included
among the regularly scheduled
language courses to be given by
the University of Miami in the
' fall term 1949. This information
is included in the new Uriversity
Bulletin. Students taking Hebrew
will be given credit toward trie
two-year language requirement.
For the past two terms, He-
brew was given in the evening di-
vision of the University. Mr.
Gannes was the instructor. With
the inclusion of Hebrew in the
regular day sessions, the Univers-
ity of Miami joins the other two
hundred and sixty-seven colleges
and universities offering Hebrew
for credit.
Mr. Gannes stated that he hopes
to get the Board of Instruction
of Dade County to act favorably
in the introduction of Hebrew as
a modern language in the public
high schools.
the group's quarterly magazine
is Bernard Schwartz.
On the agenda will be three
business sessions devoted to dis-
cussions of the profession. Enter-
tainment plans for the visitors
tentatively include a boatride, a
Saturday night cocktail party, a
fashion show, and night club
visit, concluding with a banquet
and dance.
Beach Center Religious Schools To
Sponsor Arts And Crafts Exhibit
An exhibit of aU work done by
the arts and crafts classes of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center Daily
Religious and Sunday Schools
will be held Wednesday at 8
p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room
No. 1 of the school building, 1415
Euclid Ave. Prizes will be given
for outstanding work in the field
of handicrafts.
The various media with which
the students have worked include
leather craft, clay modelling, tex-
tile painting, linoleum carving,
wood work and painting.
Students whose work has been
singled out as meritorious are
Mathew Wilson, Susan Carey and
Barbara Oppenheim.
Other in the class who have
contributed their handiwork to
the exhibit are: Marty Nash, Mor-
ton Schnall, Paul Roth, Harvey
Thalblum, Stuart Rubin, Neil
Kaplan, Bernard Friedman, Rob-
ert and Ronald Molko, Joel
Brown, Diane Berk, Arthur Dai-
nov, Leonard Morgen, Robert
Nabatoff, Alan Litowitz, Monroe
Alechman, Morris Bailey, Jerry
Ross, Joel Willens, Shayna Ros-
enstrauch, Donald Hertz, Paul
Weiss, Sheila Levine and Ken-
neth Paulen.
Miss Selma Kauffman is arts
and crafts instructor.______p
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fTUDAY. MAY 13, 1949
Miami To Honor
j^atc Rabbi Berlin
a Greater Miami memorial
Pvening on Sunday, May 15 at
Congregation Beth Tfilah will be
dedicated to the world renowned
religious-Zionist leader, the late
Rabbi Meir Berlin, president of
tHhc World Mizrachi Organization
who passed away Sunday, April
ft in Jerusalum. Israel, while
addressing a conference of the
33 Organization of Israel
in the Holy Ciiy.
The memorial evening will be
sponsored by the Greater Miami
vhTr.chi, Rabbi Isaac H. Ever,
President, has announced. Spokes-
man for many groups and organ-
of the Jewish community will
Join the general public in paying
their last respects to Rabbi Ber-
Rabbi Berlin was president of
the World Religious-Zionist
Movement since 1931 and vice
President of all World Zionists
Congresses held since 1921. He
was considered for the presidency
of Israel in the event Dr. Chaim
Weizmann would not accept. In
1923 Rabbi Berlin was the presi-
dent' of the Yeshiva University
in New York City, which is now
recognized the world over as the
highest Jewish citadel of learn-
ing and the first Jewish Uni-
versity in the world.
Participants in the program will
include: Rabbi Simon April, Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation; Rabbi Murray Grauer,
Congregation Beth El; Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi
emeritus Temple Israel of Miami;
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple
Beth Sholom; Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center; Rabbi Moses
Mcscheloff. Beth Jacob Congre-
gation; Rabbi David Raab, Tem-
ple Isaiah; Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovskv. Beth Tfilah Congregation;
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth David
Congregation; Alfred E. Stone,
president, Miami Beach Zionist
District; Sidney L. Segall, presi-
dent. Miami Zionist District; I.
R. Goodman, chairman, Greater
Miami Zionist Emergency Coun-
cil: Harold Shapiro, chairman,
Jewish National Fund# Council.
The memorial prayers will be
chanted by Cantor Berele Kele-
mer, of Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation.
The public is invited to attend.
Hadassah Holds
Reward Affair
The Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah held its Annual Reward
Luncheon Tuesday at the Saxony
Hotel. Miami Beach, with Mrs.
Joseph I. Shawmut, chairman, and
Mrs. I. A. Gidney, co-chairman.
Their committee consisted of the
Mesdames Harry Platoff, Milton
Sirkin, Barney Weinkle, Leo
Chaiken, Alexander Kogan, Ar-
thur Simon and Lee Goldman.
Two hundred and sixteen women
attended.
The luncheon was opened with
the singing of America and Hatik-
vah by Mrs. Harold Cohen, ac-
companied by Mrs. Irving Genet
at the piano. Mrs. Platoff gave
the invocation. Mrs. Sirkin, presi-
dent of the chapter, presented the
seven presidents of the groups in
an impressive candle lighting
ceremony.
Dr. Paul Beck, noted for his
concert work in Europe, rendered
several arias. He was acompanied
bv Mrs. Olga Stern. Mrs. Lillian
ox gave a reading, accompanied
by Steve Kessler.
Mrs. Murray Grossman, vice
President of the Southeastern Re-
gion of Hadassah, was the speak-
r for the afternoon. Her topic
was "Hadassah and Israel."
v V?stesscs were the Mesdames
Nathan Kaplan, Jack Udell, Aelx-
ander Kogan, Leon Ell, Bernard
gWVerman, Irving Genet, Gidney,
Milton Lehr, Wm. Levy, Ruth
wttnmaa and Joseph Postol.
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PAGE FIVE
Joseph M. Rose
Dinner To Honor
Joseph M. Rose
Joseph M. Rose, immediate past
president of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, will
be honored at a testimonial din-
ner to be held Sunday evening,
I May 22, at 6:30 o'clock at the
I Center, 1701 Washington Ave.
Rose, a prominent Miami Beach
hotel owner and long time resi-
dent, served two full terms as
president of the synagogue and
was succeeded by Harry Sirkin,
incumbent president.
Under Rose's leadership, the
Center initiated construction of its
present quarters.
Jack A. Ablin is chairman ->f
the dinner. Assisting him is Al-
fred Stone, co-chairman.
Reservations may be made by
calling the Jewish Center officu
at 5-5654.
Beach Mizrachi to
Install Leaders
The Miami Beach Mizrachi
Women's Organization will install
its newly elected officers Tues-
day at 8 p.m. at the Congregation
vi Jacob- Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff will be principal speaker
and Mrs. Ida Karger, regional di-
rector of the organization, will
serve as installing officer.
. Mrs. Sarah" Hochman will be
installed as president of the
group. Others who will take of-
fice are Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg,
first vice president; Mrs. Pauline
Chill, second vice president; Mrs.
Goldie Sir, third vice president;
Mrs. Rebecca Silverstein, fourth
vice president; Mrs. Eugenia Lil-
lienfeld, treasurer; Mrs. Louis
Feder, financial secretary; Mrs.
Clara Brettholtz, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Gertrude Gurland,
corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Louis Lustig, JNF chairman; Mrs.
Rebecca Katz, membership chair-
man; Mrs. Ida Friedman, refresh-
ments chairman.
Friends are invited to attend
the ceremonies.
DOV Chapter To Meet
DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en will hold a meeting Thursday
at Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W.
17th Ave., according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Harry Stein-
bach, president.
Beth Jacob To Celebrate
Lag B'Omer Tuesday
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75 Miamians Attend
B. B. Convention
More than 75 DC of B'nai
B'rith from Greater Miami at-
tended the I3:h annual B'r.a:
E :.:.-. Stite Convention In Ha-
2
According to M:ltor. A- Fried-
president of the B"na: B'ritb
State Feders jror of
Havana was guest of honor
and p-eaker at tr.eir
uet held at conver.tr.
head in the N"ac:or.al Ho-
tel. District Grar.i Lodge c
dent. Dr. Maurice A. Gclr!
and district secretary, Julius
Fii.ter. also pa ited in the
nvention prograrr. They ar-
i m M:aT: from Washington,
D. C National E'r.a. B'rith r.ead-
quar: Thursday. May 5.
Also preser.t was Mr; Nat 1.
: the B'r.a: B'rith
Women's District Grand Lodge
No. 5. who also arrived from
I n
The Greater Miami deleg.v -
c nducted Friday r..gr.t services
- the United He-brew Congrega-
tion in Havar.a with H
M ius Rar.son of Temple En
El in Ft. Lauderdale. of:', lating
a.-.d outlined p'.ar.i during I
-_- day convention for
ordir.ated'state wide community
.~e and youth training pro-
grams
Attending the convention were:
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand, Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Belenky. Mr. and
Mrs George J. Talianoff, Shirley
Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Marx
Faber. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Alex-
ander. Evelyn Miller. Mr. and
Mrs H. Bhc'r.er. Do: is Gilbert.
Evelvn Brow.-.. Minnie Kessler.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jamison.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. I. Aronowitz, Ida
Snyder, D thy Greenwald.
Jules P. Cra ning, Mr. and Mrs.
William ?' in, Mr and Mrs.
I. Mazo. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Harry
Raves. Goldie Welcher. Minna
Welcher, Eernice Silverman. Mr.
and Mrs. Dav:d Catsman. Ethel
Pont. Ed-.the Fleischer, Use
Frankel. R-tr. Jensen, Dorothy
Rader. Vivian Schiffer, Lilliam
Eismar.. T.na F.^her. Fannie
Boosel. Godfrey Newman. Mr.
ar.d Mrs. Sidney Friedrran. '-'.:
and Mrs. Loui Sherman. Mr. and
Mrs. George Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs
Clarence Samuels, Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein. Sidney Pa
Isadore Palmer. Sarah Pa
Marguerite Marx. Lilliar. oGod-
jr.an. Esther Goodman. Gilbert J.
Balkin, Albert Brood. Mr. ar.d
Mrs. M. Bask.n. Jack August. Mr
and Mis. Nat Williams, Dr.
Cr.arles Beckwith, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton A. Friedman, Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Farr and Dr. and Mrs.
Ben Margolis.
Marcus Elected
Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, the
Adolph S. Ochs Professor of
Jewish History and Director of
the American Jewish Archives
at the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion in
Cincinnati, has been elected
Chairman of the Publication
Committee of the Jewish Pub-
lication Society, succeeding
Judge E. Lerinthal. who has
been namted President of the
Society.
IIHYW Unit, AVC
To Hold Dance
A swim dance will be jointly
sponsored bv Clara Hirsch Lan-
dau Chapter. BBYW, and thc-
AVC. Elaine Schwartz, president
of the voung women's group, has
announced. The affair will be held
on Sunday. May 22, at the Inter-
national Cabana Club, 43rd St.
ar.d Collins Ave.
T.-.e committee has arranged en-
tertainment and a water show as
features of the evening. Serving
with Miss Schwartz will be Nor-
ma Thalblum ar.d Rhea Hass.
Tickets may be secured at the
door or from members.
Hillel Chapter, AZA, To
Hold Sweetheart Dance
Hillel Chapter of AZA will
sponsor its first annual Sweet-
heart Dar.ee Saturday evening.
May 21. at the Cadillac Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach.
Candidates for Sweetr.eart of
AZA are Anita Kogen. Bette
Fiedler, Leatrice Koziin, Francine
Markowitz, Carol Mondres and
Elear.or Zinner.
The evening's activities will in-
clude dancing, entertainment and
refreshments.
For further information call
Ken Meyers at 2-5875.
IN THE MAIL
As 1 Remember
Stephen S. Wise
The Editor
The Jewis.-. Flondian
Dear Sir:
While deeply mournir.g the
ng of our beloved leader. Dr.
Stephen S. Wise, I am reminded
of one happy day in our city
whe- Dr. and Mrs. Wise, on their'
annual visit here, were the guests
of honor at a luncheon giver, by
the women's division of the
American Jewish Congress. I had
been the first president of that
group some years before, and the |
..-.airman of this particular after-
r.oon called upon me for the in-
vocation. Oh, how earnestly I
prayed for the continued life,
health, and matchless leadership
of Dr. and Mrs. Wise! My prayer.,
and that of millions of other
people for the prolongation of
life for those two great humani-
tarians was fulfilled for another
years, but. ala.-. not for lor.g
enough.
During the course oi ir.e lunch-
eon. Dr. Wise left his place at
the center of the speakers' table
and came.to where I was sitting,
saying that he wanted to chat
with his friend, Mrs. Krieger. I
was t.-.nlled and honored ar.d we
did chat. I reminded him of the
days when the women of our
country were struggling for the
right to vote. Dr. Wise, champion
of human rights then as always,
ame to my home city, Pitts-
burgh, as speaker for our Equal
Franchise Federation. I recalled
to his memory the tremendous
demonstration in his honor ar.d
with what boundless enthusiasm,
he was received by the thousands
of people who turned out to hear
his unparalleled oratory.
He seemed pleased and smiling-
ly said, "We won. didn't we?"
We did win, indeed, and not
that fight alone but many others,
fights which were not always
popular until much later, battles
which never daunted him, how-
ever up-hill the road to victory.
There is but one month differ-
ence in my age and that of our
departed Dr Wise, and of all my
experiences and wonderful con-
tacts in the long years of my
life, I cherish none more deeply
than my association with that
great world leader, Dr. Stephen
S. Wise.
(Mrs. Moses) Rebecca Krieger
Lippman Returns
From Film Trip
Edw--d UpVBMB, nationally
known movie cameraman, has re-
centlv returned to Miami where
be rend it 1349 S.W "th St..
ttk trip through
da keys and in Sarasota
-ere he was engaged in the pro-
duct: -r. :' two col: "U ''
the F ?-ate Advertising
Cc..... .^:on. Both filn s are to he
released in the fall for television
ens across the
.: ur.tr>-.
Ljppn in inhered as t.-.e
-arr.ai who scooped th*
world on July 28, 1945. with his
ng of the Empire State
Building lis rter, when a low-
flying B-2S I rt in the fog. crash-
ed int: the 79th floor of the sky-
per.
For the past : irs L.prrr.ar. has
with his
mother ar.d thef and
nas beer, prod ing a vies local-
ly. These mclud- sion, com-
mercial, promotional and wed-
d:nc and uum ersary films.
The ~\ v.- -.- by Lippman
in Sarasota will first of a
proposed ;e ng made by
the state I tell t.-.e story of Flor-
ida. Dealing rily with the
Rinfling Art Museum in Sara-
sota. the movie emi the
manner in which museum facili-
ties are used by lucati nal in-
stitutions of the state Plans call
for a series of films to be made
throughout the state.
Conference Of
Women's Groups
To Meet Thursday
The Greater Miami Conference
of Jewish Women's Organizations
will meet Thursday. May 19. from
10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center
patio. 17th St. and James Ave.
Luncheon will be served.
Mrs. Charles Enterline. out-
standing Dade County clubwom-
an of the year, will be guest of
honor and installing officer. Luba
Roy will entertain with Pales-
tinian songs.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan. chair-
man of the nominating commit-
tee, will present the following
slate: Mrs. Louis Glasser. presi-
dent: Mrs. Monte Selig. vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Abraham Goodman,
vice president: Mrs. Sylvia Chert -
kof. corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, calendar
secretary; Mrs. J. Sherry, treas-
urer; Mrs. William Farr, regis-
trar.
The meeting will close with
election and installation of of-
ficers.
FRIDAY. MAY 13. 1949
Benefit Bridge Party
A benefit card party will be
given by the Women's Club of
the Workmen's Circle Branch No.
692. Miami Beach, Sunday at 7
p.m. at the New Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave. Refreshments
will be served. Mrs. Celia Katz
is chairman of the affair. The
public is invited to attend.
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Mother's Day Party
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First Anniversary Of Israel Marks
Turning Point In Nation's History
By VICTOR H rbrmctptm '
By VICTOR H. BERNSTEIN
Director of Public Relations
American Section, Jewish
Agency for Palestine
Israel celebrates its first birth-
day with a record of achievement
unsurpassed in the history of
states. Yet it still faces, in the
dawn of its second year, a strug-
gle for survival.
In the brief and dramatic 12-
month period just past, Israel has:
1. Single-handedly smashed
joint aggression by five Arab
armies.
2. Created a stable, representa-
tive government which has earned
diplomatic recognition from more
than 50 nations.
3. Shattered historical preced-
ent by increasing its population
30 per cent through immigration.
4. Despite war and early poli-
tical chaos, launched schemes for
national development proportion-
ately without peer anywhere in
the world.
These accomplishments were
the more remarkable because
they were achieved in the face
of relentless and implacable op-
position by the British Empire,
which fought its war against the
Jewish state openly in the United
Nations and covertly on the
battlefields of Jerusalem and the
Negev.
As this is written, not all the
political and military victories
have yet been pushed through to
their inevitable fruition.
With Transjordan, Egypt and
Lebanon, Israel has achieved an
amristice, but not yet final
peace. With Syria, it has achieved
a cease-fire, but not yet an armis-
tice. With the United Nations, it
has achieved the blessing of the
Security Council as a peace-lov-
ing nation, but not yet member-
ship.
Moreover, a three-power Con-
ciliation Commissionmade up of
the U.S.A., France and Turkey
rnust yet turn in its report to its
parent body, the General Assem-
bly of the United Nations. Until
this report comes, probably next
September, the boundaries of Is-
rael may not be formally fixed,
and the vexing questions of the
status of Jerusalem and of the
Arab refugees may not be finally
solved.
But it is already generally ac-
cepted that there is nothing the
Arab states can do, nor is there
anything that the United Nations
will do, fundamentally to alter
the present map of Israel or to
curtail its sovereignty as an in-
dependent state.
Historians, already beginning
to assess the forces which made
possible this latter-day miracle of
a nation reborn, fix inevitably on
two principle factors.
The first was the fighting qual-
ity of the Israeli soldier and of
the people for whom he fought.
Here was a quality rooted in 20
centuries of Jewish history,
shaped and sharpened by the
Zionist awakening of the last cen-
tury and given an irresistible
dynamic by Nazi savagery. The
Israeli soldier drew his strength
from the promise of Herzl and
the threat of Hitler, and against
this strength an enemy infinitely
Rabbi I. H Herzog
Speaks At Yeshiva
Dr. Isaac Halevi Herzog, chief
' rabbi of Israel, and one of the
1 world's leading authorities on
comparative law and Halachah
' (Jewish law) delivered a dis-
course on the effect of the birth
of Israel on Jewish law, this
week at the Yeshiva University
in New York City, the only ac-
credited university under Jewish
auspices in the world, according
to Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, southeast-
ern director of the university,
whose offices are located at 235
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Dr. Herzog addressed the en-
tire student body and faculty of
the Yeshiva University, as well
as a group of specially invited
scholars.
The visit of Dr. Herzog to this
country has aroused keen interest
in rabbinical and scholarly circles
who look to the Chief Rabbi for
guidance in the interpretation of
Jewish law affected by the birth
of Israel. _
Later in the day, Dr. Herzog
was the guest of honor at a com-
munity reception tendered by the
United Jewish Appeal at Yeshiva
University.
superior in numbers, but with
nothing to fight for, met inevita-
ble defeat.
The second factor in Zion's re-
SSs. WaS Ihe United Nations,
which gave Israel its internation-
al birth certificate when it ap-
TQd7thTe. Partitin Plan of Nov.
1 \v llM true that in th* 18
months which have since passed.
the world organization did not al-
ways seem to have the courage
of its first conviction. It flapped
fatuously for months while the
U. S sought to beguile it from
partition with a trusteeship plan
and the United Kingdom vamped
it with Bernadotte.
These were the months of most
active Arab aggression. Yet it is
to United Nations' credit that, be-
guiled as it may have been on
?KCatS,0n.' neither the U.S.A. nor
the United Kingdom nor the Arab
bloc could change its original de-
cision. In the last analysis, it held
fu l, the Partition Plan as
the Israelis did to the Negev, and
President Evatt of the General
Assembly was able to say a few
weeks ago:
"The United Nations scored its
most significant success in the one
issue on which the United States
and the Soviet Union voted to-
gether when the chips were down
the Palestine issue."
So Israel, in the past year, has
proven its valor on the battlefield
and earned stature among na-
tions. Now it faces the supreme
struggle for economic survival It
is unthinkable that Zion's mission
can be considered fulfilled until
the last Jew who wants to enter I
upon its soil can do so. At present
writing, more than a half mil-
lion Jews are scheduled for im-
migration in the next three years
It costs $1,000 to transport a
Jew to Israel and to absorb him
into the Israel economy. It will
take more than five billion dol-
lars to complete the immigration
program, to replace Israel's tent
cities with permanent homes, to
replace the camp fires with fac-
tory chimneys, to anchor the
desert with forests and gardens,
to clothe reugged Israel with the
traditional Jewish habiliments of
peace and culture and quiet in-
dustry.
Without the help of American
Jewry, this goal can never be
achieved. It is to this task that
the Jewish Agency for Palestine
is dedicated. It is for the fulfil-
ment of this task that the United
Jewish Appeal is today tugging at
your purse strings.
AEP Fraternity Honors
League On Mother's Day
The Women's League of Phi
Epsilon Pi was honored at a
Mother's Day luncheon by the
Alpha Iota Chapter of the frat-
ernity Sunday at the Versailles
Hotel, Miami Beach, at 1 p.m.
The women's league present-
ed the chapter with a silver
punch bowl to be awarded to the
member who has contributed the
most to the chapter during the
year. Recipient of the award this
year was Alfred Robins.
Retiring president, Mrs. Ida
Optner, was presented with a sil-
ver tea service.
Installation of the newly elect-
ed officers of the league also
take place at the luncheon.
Installed were: Mrs. Charlotte
Haas, president: Mrs. Victor Le-
vine, first vice president; Mrs.
Graham Fried, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Herman Goodman,
treasurer; Mrs. Fred Braz, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Re-
becca Glassel, historian; Mrs.
Abe Labbie and Mrs. Louis New-
man, hospitality co-chairmen;
Mrs. Meyer Jacobson, Mrs. Rose
Goldberg, Mrs. David Pred and
Mrs. Joseph Robins, trustees.
Next meeting of the league will
be held Thursday, May 12, at 8
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Isadore
Cohen. 1876 S.W. 10th St.
Sorority Gives Tea
A Mother's Day tea honoring
mothers of members and alumnae
was given Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock bv Alpha Eta Chap-
ter of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority
at the home of Mimsie Seiden.
In the receiving line were
Marilyn Gerstein, president; Joan
Brick, vice president; Selma Rud-
dy, secretary; Arline Levir.e,
treasurer. Marilyn Gould, social
chairman, is in charge of arrange-
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FRIDAY. MAY 13,


Josephine Zinner To
Wed Charles Marks
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Zinner,
formerly of Canton, Chio, and
now residing in Steubenville, an-
Miss Josephine Zinner
nounee the engagement of their
daughter, Josephine, to C" )es
A. Marks, son of Mr. prr -s.
Morris Marks, 900 16th bt., Mi-
ami Beach.
The bride-to-be graduated from
Canton Lehman High School and
attended Ohio State University.
She was an officer of the Clara
Hirsch Landau Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Young Women of Miami
Beach for two consecutive years
Mr. Marks attended scho> i in
Malverne, L. I., New York -id
served four years in the A.A.F.
as a member of the troop carrier
command. He is a partner with
his brother in Randall Co., Inc.,
toy representatives.
The wedding will take place at
the Atlantis Hotel, Miami Beach,
on June 19 with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating.
Personally Speaking...
The R. Epsteins of 1531 Daytonia Road, Miami Beach, have
left for their summer home at 5058 N. Hamlin Ave., Chicaqo.
-* -K -*
Max Rosenstein and family, Carlyle Hotel, Miami Beach,
left last Thursday for their annual summer vacation. They will
be in Brooklyn, N. Y.
* *
Vacationing together at the Delano Hotel in Miami Beach
are Bronx residents, Mr. and Mrs. David Feder, Mrs. Rebecca
Silver and Louis Greenberg. Mr. Greenberg, the brother of Mrs
Feder and Mrs. Silver, will remain for 10 days, while the rest of
the family continues its Beach stay for a month. Friends of theirs
in the area who are entertaining them include Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Fisher, their courins Mr. and Mrs. I. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Me1;~h and Mr u\d Mrs. Morty Gottlieb of Lakeview Drive.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan returned to their home at
6996 iian Creek Drive, Miami Beach, today after a month at
the aston Hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
' ijrbert Silver, director of Osceola Camps, has recently
retui led from Hendersonville, N.C., where he completed the
' ling of a modern new swimming pool at the boys' camp.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton left last week for a trip to Israel.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. S. Gurss, 561 N.E. 68th St., left yesterday for
their summer home at Avon Lake, Ohio, and will remain in the
North until the latter part of October.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. -tin Genet, 4940 Cherokee Ave., Miami
Bea.'- "n-iour~e '.'..e birth of a son Saturday, May 7, at Jack-
ial tiospital. Mrs. Genet is the former Evelyn Moss
mghter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brauner, Wilkes-
srn :-.em>.
mner, f
Barre, Pa.
Beth David Sb'.erhood
To Meet Wednesday
Final meeting of the Beth David
Sisterhood under the present ad-
ministration will be held Wed-
nesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Beth
David Talmud Torah.
Election of officers and boaH
members will take place af*
presentation of the slate by *::a.'
Meyer Schwartz, chai ;:ian oi th-
nominating committee-. Also on
the nominating committee are
the Mesdames Harry Oliphant,
Sam Traurig, Frank Rose .; .J
Harry Shargaa.
* *
Mr. < ,i Mrs. William Glick will be hosts at a party to-
morrow aftei >- Ton in honor of the birthdays of their sons, Ar-
thur ind Robert, 4.
+ *
Prominent Chicagoans who have been enjoying a six-
weeks' vacciion at the Delano Hotel in Miami Beach are Mr.
and Mrs. Hc.-.ry A. Naft, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Paddor, Mr. and
Mrs. I. V. Go! rg, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Neirman. The Nafts
have been ente ^ed by Miami Beach residents Mr. and Mrs.
Robert L. Schv irtz. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, and the Carl
Weinkles. I. V. Goldberg is current president of the men's club
of Chicago's Lawn Manor Community Center. The post was oc-
cupied by Mr. Naft for several years.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grossinger recently sailed for Europe
aboard the Qu ?n Mary. While there Grossinger, who is manag-
ina director of '..( Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel, Miami Beach,
will observe ano :dy hotel management.
* '
Or a cruise of the aribbean are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T.
Sapirj, 1411 Lenox Ave. fhey sailed from New Orleans on the
luxury liner, Alcva Corsair, and will visit Kingston, Jamaica;
Port of Spain 1 '... Guaira, Puerto Cabello and Guanta,
'".a; C". iiujillo, Dominican Republic. From La
r-" the "^niros will travel inland to Caracas, the Vene-
zuelan car'iV :tiey will also motor from Kingston to Fern
Valley in the Parish of St. Anne, the garden parish of Jamaica.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Fishbein were hosts to 250 guests at a
isewarrt '-> Su..day afternoon in their home, 2535 Pine Tree
Dr., Mian- ach. Music and a buffet were features of the affair
which v ield on the terrace.
avid Will Hold Movio > its?
'. ; ,n M-s. Milton Segal and
Lv d Schreid.ll are the
ie. r.nd directors of the
lo e premiered Sunday
cv.t g at the Beth David Tal-
mu Torah.
ii- movies were taken
ii I out the year at all holi-
ebrations and social ac-
in which the children of
the Sunday school and their par-
ents have participated. A Pales-
tinian film and a community sing
movie will also be shown.
Mrs. Joseph Milgrim is chair-
man of the evening. Assisting
her are Mrs. Oscar Dworkin, tick-
ets; Mrs. Al Lasko, Mrs. George
Goldberg and Mrs. Harry Laufer,
candy counter.
/

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De
Beat.--
Pepper
lion, as
Saxony
quo!, W
master.
i /i iv < Ardmore t i:. Ism (left), newly elected president of the Miami
itI oi B nai B rith. is shown here with Senator Claude
i Hairy Zukerruck, outgoing president of the orqaniia-
i-IT appeared at the recent installation banquet at the
rWltf. Senator Pepper was principal speaker at the ban-
.1 was arranged by George J. Talianoff. who was toast-
Beach BB Women
To Seat Officers
Mrs. Seymour Satin heads the
slate of new officers of the Mi-
ami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women to be installed Tuesday
at 1 p.m. at a luncheon at the
Sherry Frontenac Hotel.
Other officers include Mrs. Al-
bert Lehrman, first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Sam Goldstein, second
vice president; Mrs. Alexander
Libow, treasurer; Mrs. Herbert
Reichek, financial secretary; Mrs.
Hyman Shuman, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Helen Sanders,
recording secretary; Mrs. Harry
Parsons, sentinel, Mrs. Sam
Nudelman, guardian and the
Mesdames Sol Goldstrom, Carl
Weinkle and Harry Kaufman,
trustees. Honorary trustee is Mrs.
Beverly Becker.
The board of directors include
the Mesdames David Alper, Gil-
Ardmore Studios
Mrs. Seymour Satin
bert Balkin( Sidney Birnbaum,
Meyer Baskin, Harry Cohere
David Denner, Harry Dinnerstein,
Irving Frankel, Arthur Frish-
man, Jack Fein, Morris Goldin,
Charles Goldberg, Gilbert Gold-
man, Charlotte Hans, Joseph
Kogas, Ben Lebow, Phillip Lef-
kowitz, Joseph Mazo, Ida Optner,
Joseph Oritt, Milford Purcell,
Donald Rubin, Maurice Rich, Max
Schwartz, Anna Strauss, Harry
Weitzman, Paul Weitzman, Jack
Udell, George Dubrow, Maxim
Hershey, Sara Levine and the
Misses Jeanette Teller and Freda
Shifman.
Mrs. Beverly Becker, first vice
president of the Fifth District will
conduct the installation cere-
monies and Mrs. Morris Goldin
will serve as toastmistress.
Mrs. Harold Turk, retiring
president, will present a $3,000
check, the group's contribution
to the building fund for a new
Hillel House on the University
of Miami campus, to Councilman
Harold Turk, retiring president
of the Hillel Advisory council.
The newly elected president of
the council, Walter Kovner, will
be present to receive the check
from Turk.
A musical program will be pre-
sented by Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein,
concert pianist and Mrs. Harry
Kraff, soprano.
Luncheon reservations arc now
being taken by Mrs. Jos. Mays
and Mrs. Max Schwartz.
Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bloom, 4444
Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, have
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Elaine Mitchell,
to Simeon Durard Spear, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Spear,
New York.
The wedding will take place in
New York on June 18 and the
couple will reside in Miami.
(sables Women To
Meet Tuesday
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables will meet Tuesday at 8:30
p.m. at Hillel House. 3306 Ponce
de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.
Plans will be completed for the
last meeting of the season which
will be a luncheon to be held at
a chosen hotel. Mrs. Jack Toback
will be chairman of this event.
A report on the sumer project
will be given by ways and means
chairman, Mrs. Frank Wellins.
Entertainment for the meeting
will be an old-time songfest and
parodies with audience participa-
tion.
Ardmoi-e Studio*
Harriet Fiedler
Harriet B. Fiedler
Is Bride-Elect
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Fiedler
2368 S.W. 4th St., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Harriet Beverly, to Bernard Rot!
enblum, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Rosenblum, 2036 S.W. 19th
ot.
The bride-elect, a student at
the University of Miami, is treas-
urer of the Sharet Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women.
Mr. Rosenblum is a graduate of
Technical High School and is no
associated in business with hi
father.
s
Rabbi Grauer To Speak
Rabbi Murray Grauer will
speak on "Lag B'Omer" tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock on the Jewish
Hour over station. WWPB. Ha-
bonim, the Labor Zionist Youth
group, will present a skit on Ha-
bonim aims and sing Israeli songs.
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MAY 13, 1949
FRIDAY,
fordfec Home Unit
To Install Leaders
Mrs David Rites will be in-
stalled as president of the Miami
Chapter of the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home at a lunch-
eon Tuesday in the Biscayne room
!f the Columbus Hotel. Mrs. Wil-
, fironer will be chairman of
iTdS and Mrs. Sam Goldman
n serve as installing officer.
Highlighting the afternoon's en-
JEent will be a fashion
how Panted by the Patricia
& School of Modeling.
Other officers include Mrs.
,M Freed, Mrs. Jean Lehman,
gnH.~W Spahn and Mrs Sal
Ramagli, vice presidents; Mrs.
fec Sobel, corresponding secre-
tary Mrs. Herman Wepman rec-
ording secretary; Mrs Henry
Rosengarten. treasurer; Mrs. Bella
jacobson. financial secretary
Serving on the board will be
the Mesdames Groner, Goldman,
I Socolof. Belle Rosenblum, Jess
Soirer. Samuel Tunick, George
Wolpert. Harold Cohen, Phillip
Hacker Herman Wronker, Milton
Weiner. Harry Gertner, I. R.
Schwartz, Theodore Firestone,
Sam Weissel, Perry Radin, J. G.
Kaufman, Edward Klein, H S.
Malmud. Jean Mellman, Sylvia
Cohen, Henry Green, Eugene
Lieberman, Carolyn Kaseen, Rose
Dvoskin. _^__
Mrs. Moser To
||<>n Mrs. H C- Moser was re-elected
president of the Miami Group of
Hadassah at a meeting held Mon-
day at the Miami Y. Also elected
to'office were Mrs. L. J. Silver-
man, first vice president; Mrs.
David Sernaker, second vice pres-
ident: Mrs. David A. Hess, third
vice president; Mrs. J. H. Weitz-
ner. treasurer; Mrs. J. Sugerman,
financial secretary; Mrs. Milton
Weiner. corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Rae Frome, recording sec-
retary.
Elected to serve on the board
were the Mesdames L. Auerbach,
J. Belov, H. Borer, G. Buch, J.
Carp, O. E. Chcrnoff, H. B. Co-
hen, Ph. Cohen, J. Cromer, L.
Dachslager. H. G. Drapkin, H. El-
son, M. Feingold, M. J. Fishman,
K. Gumcs. A. Gold, D. Goldberg,
I Genet, J. Hertz, L. Heines, L.
Kotkin, H. Lackey, H. Laufer, A.
Levilan, A. Levitt, S. Lefcourt,
Af. Mel), M. Monheit, K. Paul, I.
Querido, A. Richman, A. B. Ros-
enthal, S. Rovin, L. Rubin, J.
Schoeffcl. H. Stokols, J. Soskin,
M. Tendrich.
Representatives to the chapter
board are the Mesdames M. G.
Drapkin, Harry Elson, Abraham
Gold, Sidney Lefcourt, H. C.
Moser, Abraham Levitan, Lionel
J- Silverman, Joseph Sugarman,
J- H. Weitzner.
Project chairmen presented
their reports of the year's accom-
plishments, and it was anounced
that the installation of officers
would be held on June 6 in the
Biscayne room of the McAlister
Hotel, with a reception and tea
lollowing the ceremonies. A pro-
gram has been aranged and all
members are invited to attend
and bring a guest.
^JenistLncricffati
PAGE NINE
Mrs. Sidney L. Lewis. Coral
Gables, sixth province director
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority,
has just returned to Miami after
a tour of inspection of chap-
ters at the University of Flor-
ida. University of Alabama.
Vanderbilt and University of
Tennessee. During her trip Mrs.
Lewis spent a week as the
guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Samuel S. Cohen, in Chicago.
Mrs. Lewis, who is alumnae
advisor of the chapter at Uni-
versity of Miami, recently par-
ticipated in the Panhellenic
workshop there.
Center Sisterhood
To Meet Monday
The last meeting of the season
for the Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will be held
on Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the
ft Pat") 1710 James Ave.
Election of officers will be held
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, program
chairman, has planned the after-
noon s entertainment,
hot otv 1?, "'i,,h May *>MMm to be
rn>iion.rt at this meet n* will he the
SS^ES "V '";";"'" *" RothmSn!
i..n,t Kuperber*, Elisabeth Home I.
Brooks, I. SinK.r. It.,., ,.ollui:k, Jfeft
I i, rvf: "-^'x-iRer. 8. BUtser,
Bella Oanaa, Bea SusHinan, Max
Oreenberg, Adolf Ginsberg, F^ Blra-
ii'-k. Benl Lewis, u. Oalawitz, Ann
?itaU"S- '':,'i" tCa""n- ll"s" '^er.
Lillian Samuels. Wm. Teller. M, Man-
helmer, M Gray. C. Simon. Elsie
urucker, Fanny l.ipsrhutz, a. Cra-
";""' ',' r"h,'n, 'Ifitrude Harvey.
;'; "''v,'1 fclern- Beresh, Nat Hank-
1, i h ''"'""''ii. a. Bchutsman,
Iternlo Zaitlin. Fanny Kokeach. Milton
Smith, H. Levitt, R. Bertman. Ellen
Kaye, Nettie Brenner, Ann Miller and
Max l..wis
Hosteaaes will l. the Mesdames Al
Osneroff, Nat Hankoff. Freda New-
man, Oscar Member, Esther Bpltser,
Samuel Upton. Alex Husman. Slg.
S?nermer- "airy Rogers and Alex
Itlrhards' >ii.
Betrothal Revealed
The betrothal of Marion Katz
to Abraham Schwartz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Schwartz, Bronx,
N. Y., has been anounced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Katz,
1188 S.W. 22nd Terr.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Miami Senior High School, at-
tended the Barbizon School of
Modeling in New York. Mr.
Schwartz was graduated from
New York University and is now
a chemistry professor at Mon-
mouth Junior College, Long
Branch, N. J. He served as a cap-
tain in the Signal Corps for six
years.
The wedding will take place
June 12.
Student Is Elected To
Phi Beta Kappa
Michael Benjamin Meyers, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Meyers,
2100 S.W. 21st St., was one of 22
elected to Phi Beta Kappa, high-
est scholastic honorary, at the
University of Florida.
Meyers, who will graduate on
June 6, has been awarded a fel-
lowship to continue his studies
at the University of Wisconsin.
The young man is a member
of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman
honorary, and played in the
school band during his sophomore
year. He is an Eagle Scout in
Troop 6.
Daughter Of Miamian
Heads Hadassah Unit
Mrs. Helen Farber, daughter of
William B. Kraft. 3000 Alton
Road, Miami
Beach, organized
the first over-
seas unit of Ha-
dassah in Puerto
Rico and has
been president of
the group since
it was founded
three years ago.
Mrs. Farber
and her hus-
band, Milton,
who is president
of the Puerto
Rican Jewish Welfare Board, have
been leaders in the San Juan
Jewish community which consists
of 35 families.
Morris Hum. l'hoto
Mrs. William Loeb will be
inducted as president of the Mi-
ami Beach Chapter of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress at a lunch-
eon today at 12:30 p.m. at the
Shelborne Hotel. Kurt Singer
will serve as installing officer.
Beth David PTA To
Hold Annual Picnic
Plans are being formulated for
the annual picnic for the Beth
David Sunday School to be held
in Greynolds Park on June 5
under the auspices of the PTA,
according to an announcement by
Mrs. Sam Leviten, chairman.
Families are asked to pack pic-
nic baskets. Cold drinks will be
provided at the park.
There will be a bus leaving
Beth David at 10 a.m. for those
who do not have transportation.
Anyone having room in his car
for extra passengers is asked to
meet at the synagogue. Persons
desiring transportation are re-
quested to call Mrs. Natalie Fein-
gold, transportation chairman, at
82-6459.
Assisting Mrs. Leviten with ar-
rangements are Co-chairmen Mrs.
Irving Rosen and Mrs. Al Lasko.
Also on the committee are Mrs.
N. Davidow and Mrs. Ida Schag-
er, refreshments; Mrs. Feingold,
transportation; Harvey Harmon,
Harry Rosen and Edward Safer,
games.
A meeting of the committee
will be held Monday evening at
8 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Leviten, 2151 S W. 21st St.
JERRY SMALL
Edmund I. Parnes To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Parnes,
2001 S.W. 19th St.. formerly of
Pittsburgh, announce the Bar
Mitzvah of their son, Edmund I.,
which will be
held tomorrow
morning at 9
o'clock at the
Miami Hebrew
School and Con-
gregation. The
confirmand will
conduct the ser-
vices and ad-
dress the con-
gregation. Rabbi
Simon April will
respond.
Edmund is a
student of Shenandoah Junior
High and a member of Boy Scout
Troop No. 85 of the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation.
A reception will follow the
ceremony. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend.
David's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Max Engclberg, Pittsburgh,
will arrive in Miami for the
event.
Histadruth Will Hold
Lag B'Omer Celebration
The Histadruth L'Tarbut Ivrith
of Greater Miami will hold a Lag
B'Omer celebration Sunday at 3
p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
P. Puchkoff, 1130 S.W. 9th St.
The event will also commemorate
the first anniversary of the State
of Israel and serve as a farewell
to the Puchkoffs who will depart
for Israel in the near future.
A program in Hebrew, Yiddish
and English will include songs by
Cantor Samuel Kelemer, the Ha-
bonim Organization and others.
Refreshments will be served. All
interested are invited to attend.
Co-owner of Tony Bower's, one
of the most exclusive men's shops
on Miami Beach, says: "So many
of my travel plans are made at a
moment's notice but that doesn't
faze Farr. They're on the ball at
all times, and that's the kind of
service I go for. I'll take FARR for
travel.
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+Jewistifkr*J**i
LEGAL NOTICES
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
ELKVKNTII JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
124604.
JOSEPH MASTRODONATO, Plain-
tiff, vs. ETHEL MASTRODONATO.
Defendant.
TO: ETHEL MASTRODONATO. E-5
Boston Court, Atlantic City. New
Jersev. ___
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 9th day of June, 1949, otherwise
decree pro confeBso will be entered
against you.
Dated this 10th day of May, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) _
Bv R. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
61T Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
5/13-20-27 6/3
LEGAL NOTICE
notice under fictitious
Name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Oxfords at 102 Miracle Mile, Coral
Gables. Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MIRIAM SEIDERMAN
EMANUEL SEIDERMAN
Partners
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
Budget Dress Shop at 793 N. E. 125th
St., North Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DOROTHY L. GOLDMAN
5/13-20-27 6/3-10
FRIDAY, MAY 13, 194$
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Jo-Jo's Tavern at 1163 N. E. 1st Ave.,
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HARRY HURWITZ,
Sole Owner
-.13-20-27 6/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tu engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Fairmont Hotel at 1000 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, Florida, intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.,
JERRY SAMET
SAM SAl'SOVITZ
Partners
OE< 'RGE CHERTKOF
Olympla Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants
5/13-20-21 I I
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA-
IS' CHANCERY. No. 124611.
RUDOLF FAUST. Plaintiff. vs.
ADDIE C. FAUST, Defendant.
TO: ADDIE C. FAUST
69-53 74th SI.
Middle Village,
I/ong Island, N. Y.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against you
by RUDOLF FAUST on or before the
in day of June, 1949, otherwise the
allegations of said bill will be taken
as confessed against you.
IiiiNE AM> ORDERED this 10 day
Of May. 1949. .,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
;, 13-20-27 S/8___________________
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
IRENE V BOLNIK, Plaintiff, vs.
ROBERT PHILLIP BOLNIK, De-
fendant.
TO: ROBERT PHILIP BOLNIK,
S Hayes Drive,
Tuckahoe. New York. ______
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file vour appearance or answer to the
Bill "of Complaint for Divorce in this
rause on or before June 9th. 1949;
otherwise said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed by you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 9th day of May, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sea.) __ ric jr
Deputy Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT,
927 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Fla.
5/13-20-27 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 S. 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
12442s.
MURIEL SHI.OMKi >WITZ MEYER-
OWITZ. Plaintiff, vs. BORIS an
FROWITZ, Defendant.
YOU BORIS MEYEROWITZ. UK.
Quentin Road. Brooklyn. New Tort.
are notified to file row appearan. e in
the above cause for divorce, on or^be-
fore June 6. 1949. or a decree pro con-
fesso will be entered against >oir.
DAT|DB ^HERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit" Court Seal)^ ft ^^
Deputy Clerk.
MAX R. SILVER
Attornev for Plalntlrr
922 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
5/6-13-20-27 6/3
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.
5th Street, Miami, Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk or
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH GERTLER
5/6-13-20-27 6/S___________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 124493.
'THOMAS EDWARD HERoLD. Plain-
tiff, vs. HELEN ELIZABETH
HEROLD, Defendant.
TO HELEN ELIZABETH HEROLD,
821 Western
Connersvllle. Indiana
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against you
by THOMAS EDWARD HEROLD. on
or before the 6 day of June, 1949,
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 5 day
of May, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Weal)
By CHARLES BOLAND,
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for plaintiff
5 13-20-27 6/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
j the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TOWER CLEANERS at 1420 8. W.
Sth 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
IN-
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,:i.EVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCLIr
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
JOSEPH COLANDRO. Plaintiff, vs,
CHARLOTTE COLANDRO, Defend-
to'cHARLOTTE COLANDRO. 59
Ruxton Road, Great Neck, Long
Island, New York. __
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 8th day of June. 1949.
Dated this 9th day of May, 1949.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By
SAMUEL J. RAND,
Attorney
617 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
5/13-20-27 6/3
M. C. FE1GE.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
BARBARA ANN WHITNEY, Plain-
tiff, vs. JACK L. WHITNEY, De-
fendant.
TO: JACK L. WHITNEY.
502.', Fifth Street, N.W.
Washington, D. C. ___
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance or answer to the
BUI of Complaint for Divorce In this
cause on or before June 6th. 1949;
otherwise said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed by you.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 6 day of May, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT,
Atty. for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
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
Hopkins Publications at 5926 N. W.
22nd Ave.. Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVID SHUBOW.
Sole Owner
5/13-20-27 6/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrin* to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of LITTLE RIVIERA COCKTAIL
LOUNGE at number 16j N.E. .9th
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
ARONOVITZ, WE1NKLB &
ARONOVITZ
748 Seybold Bldg.
Attorneys for Applicants
5/6-13-20-27 6/3________________________,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I HE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 124868.
ALBERT WTR1CKOFF, Plaintiff, vs.
CLARA STRICKOFE, Delendant.
THE STATE OF FI^ORIDA:
TO: CLARA STRICKOFF
2941 West 29th Street
Coney Island
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to file your appearance to Plaintiff's
Bill of Complaint for Divorce in the
above-stvled 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 GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARILYNS GIFT SHOPPE at 102.,
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County^orlda.^
MARILYN FRANK
E. DAVID ROSEN
Attorney for applicants
5/6-13-20-27
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'llTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 124259
JOHN F. HALIK. 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
vou by JOHN F. HALIK on or before
"the 26 dav of May. 1949, otherwise
the allegations of said Bill will be
taken as confessed against you.
DONE and ORDERED this 26 day
"' A"r"- m9E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court H RICR JR
Deputy Clerk.
TURK 4 NEWMAN
Solicitors for Plaintiff
4/29 5/6-13-20_________
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UND^ncTlTioV
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVl-v ,w
the underslgnod. deslrln* to enga*. i
business under the fictitious" r, ln
"469 BAR- at 469 West fSk%?','? "'
Miami. Florida. Intends to re* ,T'
sa Id name with the Clerk of r "
cult Court of Dade County, Florid?
ROSE NORR rlor' Sole Owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
503-6 Olympla 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
B1SCAYNE 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 & KAPI.AN
Attorneys for Walter E. Lehner and
Emma M. Lehner
4/29 5/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW U8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ...
the undersigned, desiring to engageIn
business under the fictitious name 3
Southland Laundry and Cleane?.
4322 N. W. 2nd Avenue. Miami piJJ1
Ida. intends to register said'nam:
with the Clerk of the Circuit X
of Dade County. Florida ourt
Sole Owner
HARRY D1ETZ
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 ree.
Ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flur-
Ida.
LOUIS KAHAN
MORRIS PLATT
Equal Partners
SHIRLEY WOOLF
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
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
Red Bird Food Market at 6833 Bird
Road. Dade County, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
THOMAS SKROPULOS
EDWARD WEISS
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants
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
Miami Tailors at 25 N. E. 2nd Street.
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
NICHOLAS DANIELS
MILTON* A. FRIEDMAN
Weybold Bldg.
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. 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 TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FliORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No.
123986.
SAMUEL FREEMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
CATHERINE FREEMAN. Defend-
ant.
To: CATHERINE FREEMAN
311 East 89th Street
New York, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance or answer to the
above divorce action on or before the
23rd day of May, 1949, otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
Hated this 18 day of April, 1949.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
lOU Seybold Building
4/22-29 6/6-13
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Bulldine
Miami 32. Florida
4/29 6/6-13-20
C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
124475.
MOLLYE HERSH. Plaintiff, vs. SAM
HERSH, 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. D. 1949. otherwise decree pro
confesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 5th day of May, A. D.
1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Seybold Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
5/6-13-20-27
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
124466.
ELAINE ZUCKMAN LOMBARDI,
Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH LOMBARDI,
Defendant.
You, JOSEPH LOMBARDI, 318
West 49th Street, New York City,
New York, are notified to file your
appearance In the above cause for di-
vorce on the 6th day of June, A. D.
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. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Seybold Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
5/6-13-20-27
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
SIMONS' SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY
at 2145 N.W. 62nd Street. Miami, Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIAM S. SIMONS
ADELE SIMONS
Petitioners
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPI_\N
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
Fay's Bar and Grill at 9901 N W
27th Ave.. Dade County, Florida in-
tend to register said name with' the
lerk. ofcine.JClrcult Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JOHN J. DOMBROWSKI
DOLORES DOMBROWSKI
JOSEPH MAKTYNA
VICTORIA MARTYNA
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants
4/29 6/6-13-20-27
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
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO: ARTHUR J. SANDERSON and
MRS. ARTHUR J. SANDERSON,
his wife, ALBERT E SANDER-
SON, and MRS, ALBERT E.
SANDERSON, his wife,
if alive, and If dead, their un-
known heirs, devisees, legatees,
grantees, successors or assigns,
creditors, trustees or other claim-
ants, claiming Interests by,
through, under or against any of
the named defendants, deceased
or otherwise and to all parties
having or claiming to have any
right, title or Interest in the fol-
lowing described land situate,
lying and being in Dade County,
Florida, to-wlt:
Lots 13 and 14. Block 9 of
TAMIAMI HIGHLANDS. Subdivi-
sion according to the plat thereof,
recorded In Plat Book 10, Page 33.
of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED, that suit has
been brought against you in the
above entitled Court, in Chancery,
by 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 Drain-
age District, by E. B. Leatherman,
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida, based upon non-
payment of taxes.
It Is therefore ORDERED that you
and each of you file an appearance
In the above styled cause In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, at the Court House in
the City of Miami, State of Florida,
on or before the 19th day in May,
1949, to the Bill of Complaint brought
against you by B. George Griffith and
I.nia Griffith, his wife, for the pur-
pose of quieting title of the said B.
George Griffith and Lida Griffith, his
wife, as plaintiffs, in and to the
above described property; otherwise
the allegations In the said Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
It Is further ORDERED that this
Order to Appear shall be published
once a week for ffur consecutive
weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a
newspaper published In Dade County.
Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18
day of April, AD. 1949.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ~ No
18288.
RE; ESTATE" OF
MATILDA OBERLKIN,
I >c, eased
NOTICE is hereby given that I tiavj
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator or
the estate of MAT1LOA uubituuA
deceased; and thnt on the 16 day of
May, 1949. will apply to the Honor-
able W. F. Blanton, County Judge ol
Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administrator of the Estate
of MATILDA OBERLEIN, deceased.
This 15th day of April] 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 flctltioua name of
SAM'S SWAP SHOP at S. W 6th
Street, Miami, Florida. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
SAM RANDELL
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 5/6-13-20-27
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DA UK COCNTT,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
124224.
GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK, Plaintiff.
vs MORRIS LEVINBOOK, Defend-
ant.
TO: MORRIS LEVINBOOK
3.144 12th Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed agsinsi
you bv GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK on
or before the 26 day of May. .
otherwise the allegations of said HI
will be taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED THIS b
day of April, 1949. .......
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) __
By R. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
4/29 6/6-13-20 _______
MARION BROOKS
Solicitor for Plaintiffs
819 Olympla Bldg.
4/22-28 6/6-12
C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0U8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GUV EN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
Joy San Shoes at 1337 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida intend.
to register said name with the t er
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F'0rlda- L. FRIEDLER. Owner
BURNETT ROTH
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 6/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE 18 OTRBJM GIVENf that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ra
business under the fictitious nnM
Tamlaml Hotel at 203 WTjjtJfWJ
Street, Miami. Florida. Mg&L of
register said name with the Oert
the Circuit Court of Dade w>
Fl0r'da- HERMAN SCHULMAN
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 6/6-13-20
ORDER OF PUBL CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O* Qf
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUnE
88&r' JVc5ay. no.
HERBERT ROSENBERO PWgg
vs. DORIS ROSENBERG, *
YOtT, DORIS ROSENBERO. jj
Paseo Boulevard. .Kansw CW* .
city,
ouri,' are notified to rn* ?y -j,.
pearance In the above "%,. or
vorce, on or before May entered
Decree Pro Confesso wi" en
against you. -
DATED: ApH'J^maN. Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) FEME.
y Deputy Clert-
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff ___j
4/21 8/e-ia-M-**


MAY 13. 1949
jjjew Procedure For
To Israel
Announces
Parcels
Consul
t nrder to facilitate the clear-
. In? standard gift food parcels
Mt to Israel, as well ss some
Isent M '. gift items exceeding
Klddlan?n value (refrigera-
lflX> radios, washing, machines,
RS /new procedure is to be
le,c):,'\*a at the Consulate Gen-
HS o Sad. effective immedi-
I lv according to an anounce-
Jelit made by Gideon Strauss,
feoenized food parcel agencies
railed upon to prepay cus-
fL a the time of the dispatch
Mhe standard parcels as de-
rmined in Israel recently. This
Ju avoid delay in clearing the
Keb through customs at the
Israel end.
No such arrangements are being
Jde for self-packed non-stand-
$ gift food parcels valued at
tos than fifteen Israeli pounds
bout sixty dollars) where duty
,5l be collected only at the Is-
rael end. There will also be no
hange in procedure as regards
(Ml other than food up to value
of'fifteen Israeli pounds per ship-
Tor gifts valued at over fifteen
nounds, in particular domestic
appliances, such as refngeratois.
washing machines, radios, etc.,
Israel government charges may
now be prepaid at the American
I crd
Prepayment of customs duty
will eliminate the waiting period
for the import license granted in
Israel since the payment voucher
obtained from the Consulate Gen-
eral in New York will entitle
parties to ship the goods immcJ-
iatclv.
While import licenses will still
have to be obtained by the re-
cipient, he may apply for same
while the shipment is en route to
Israel. Exact details may be ob-
taied from the Consulate Gen-
eral, 11 East 70th St., New York
I City.
\. Short? Lodge
To Install May 25
afa. and Mrs. Mark Silverstein
will be installed as presidents of
the North Shore Lodge and North
Shore Women's Chapter B'nai
B'rith at a joint installation ban-
quet and dance scheduled foi
Wednesday, May 25, at the Saxony
Hotel.
This is the first instance in local
B'nai B'rith annals that a hus-
band and wife have been chosen
to lead B'nai B'rith units simul-
taneously. Silverstein is a Miami
Beach attorney.
Civic leaders have been invited
to participate in the ceremonies.
The committee making arrange-
ments includes Leonard Tobin,
wo L. Steinman, A. J. Kaplan.
George s. Levinson, Sam Sollo-
way David Fenton, Mrs. Dan
wolfson, Mrs. Nathan Feinberg,
Mrs. David J. Shiftman and Mrs.
Stanley Phillips.
Wanted
Information is being sought of
me whereabouts of John Berg,
rt u,k Ber6. and John Berger
n behalf of his wife, Norma, a
re.dent of Washington. D. C.
S LBerg claims she lost touch
ran her husband in 1945, and is
eager to re-establish contact with
n m m order to determine his
mini 5lans toward her and their
nor daughter, Rosemary Aline.
ihirM !' a native of North
bst* ,rn on APril 14- 1899,
Do,L 1 ln" tal1- weights 175
Sft ft black-g'^ing hair.
ES blue eyes, worked as
hand a" and al*> as a dock
ent u,i?nyone aware f his pres-
omlhnTabout!J is requested to
fiS nte Wlth the National
SnS?kB7UrNU,Y105 Nassau St"
AUTO LOCK &
HARDWARE
04 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 9-3144
Sales and Service
AUTO LOCKS
SPEEDOMETERS
WmpsHIELI) WIPERS
AUTO GLASS & PARTS
SUN VISORS
J A JS2! UGHTS
4*l!Liln j. p. nilon
Persons Sought
The Miami Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
announces that the following in-
dividuals are seeking to contact
lost relatives:
Jehuda Kurnack (Kornecki) in
Frankfurt, Germany, is seeking
his uncle S. Berenstein, last
known address Box 675, South
Miami, Fla.
Hersh Frydberg in Germany,
is seeking his uncle Ben Fried-
berg, born in Wilno, Lithunia,
and who was known to have a
business in Miami Beach and
boarding house in Rockaway, N.
Lydia Kamentski in Austria is
seeking family of husband's
uncle. Davidovic supposed to live
in Florida.
Anna-Sarah Bialek, born 1904
in Glewitz, Germany, is seeking
her brother-in-law Willi Brauner,
born 1899, formerly living in New
York and now reported to be liv-
ing in Florida.
Ibolya (Feig) Katz, born 1915
in Hungary, is seeking his father
Sam Katz, last known address
481 E. Houston St., New York,
and reported to have moved to
Florida.
Flora Seifter of Newark, N. J.
is seeking Elizabeth Hahn born
in Vienna in 1909, formerly liv-
ing in New York with her sister
but now reported to be living in
Miami.
Perec Cukerman of Germany is
seeking his cousins, children of
Shumel and Ethel Kaufman,
born in Lithuania and now living
in Florida.
Sonja Hillstein of Bari, Italy,
born in Bessarabia in 1914 is seek-
ing her uncle and aunts, one
uncle Hyman Kramerman whose
last known address was 1530
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Feige (Beiska) Netkin, daughter
of Itla Lefkowitz, now living in
New York, is seeking her uncle
Lazar Lefkowitz, born in Poland
and now reported to be a hotel
owner in Florida.
Ita (Rubinfeld) Reisenbach of
Canada, formerly of Poland, is
seeking her uncle Jacob Klinger,
born in Poland, son of Rubin and
Masha, who formerly lived in
New York but now reported to be
living in Florida.
Lev Berlinger, son of Isaak, a
bookbinder of Vitebak, is seeking
his cousin Yankel Nechamkin, son
of Hersh, born 1887, a painter re-
ported working in an auto fac-
tory.
Irma (Wolfstein) Scheyer, in
the Netherlands, is seeking Sieg-
fried and Gerda Rollmann, chil-
dren of Rosalie Rollmann, proba-
bly living in Florida.
Gisela (Salomon) Barausch,
born in Rumania is seeking her
cousin Gisela (Waldner) Reinhold,
born in Rumania, age about 56,
who remarried (present husband's
name unknown) and reported liv-
ing in Miami.
Chaye (Meyerovitz) Zablocki,
in Germany, born in Poland, is
seeking M. Stamplman who is
living in Florida.
Gitel (Rachman) Brawer, Jew-
ish DP Camp in Germany, is
seeking her cousin Boruch Stein,
born in 1902 in Lithuania, and
reported to be living in Florida
or California.
Martha Peters of Hanover, Ger-
many, is seeking Yolan Lieber-
mann (Weip), about 30 years old,
from Hungary.
Anyone with information as to
whereabouts of any of the indi-
viduals sought is asked to call
3-6554.
Estelle Lieberman of the Jew-
ish Social Service Bureau an-
nounces that Mrs. Ida Apter,
Capetown, South Africa, who is
now visiting in St. Louis, Mo., is
seeking her brother, Sam Bur-
stein, from whom she has not
heard in 25 years. Burstein, who
is about 55 years old, was born
in Dwinsk, Russia, and is the
son of Isaac and Esther. He
formely lived in Portchester, N.
Y., but is reported living in Flor-
ida. Anyone who can furnish in-
formation as to Burstein's where-
abouts is asked to call Miss Lieb-
erman at 3-5377.
+Jewisti Meridian
Beach Comber To Race
Air Brakes At Biscayne
PAGE ELEVEN
. So much interest was created
in the special match race between
Cornber and Air Brakes at
me Biscayne dog track last Sat-
urday that the management im-
mediately started plans for simi-
lar events during the waning
days at the northside oval. Now
the idea is to rematch this pair
in a test over the futurity route
and another tussle over the Bis-
cayne Course. These three events
would cover the 3 distances raced
at the track.
Another special interest affair
combines this pair in a four-way
duel with Whity's Special and
Missouri Dasher, a couple of sen-
sational juveniles which possibly
could defeat the seasoned Beach
Comber and Air Brakes. Such a
race would create a tremendous
amount of interest among grey-
hound fans and whet their ap-
petites for the final fling of the
season, the Derby. That will be
run May 31 after which no more
dog days or nights in Miami un-
til next November.
The William Fineran Memorial
race is scheduled for May 26 with
derby eliminations slated along
about that time. All of which
augurs a hectic windup to the
1948-1949 greyhound racing sea-
son.
Miamians Win
S|M'k-h Honors
Two Greater Miamians are back
at the University of Florida after
winning debating honors at three
tournaments.
They are Jordan Bittel of Mi-
ami Beach and Walter Apfelbaum
of Miami, both members of Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity, who
walked off with first place and
finalist in extemporaneous speak-
ing at Waco, Tex., and went on
to win first place in debating at
the Georgetown Invitational in
Washington.
The tour concluded at the
Grand National Tourney at Fred-
ericksburg, Va., where Bittel took
first place in after-dinner speak-
ing and interpretive reading and
Apfelbaum landed in the top ten
for public discussion.
Bittel was recently initiated
into Phi Beta Kappa, honorary
scholastic fraternity, and Florida
Blue Key.
Other Miamians to make Blue
Key are Melvin Frumkes, Jerry
T. Simmons, Ted Wittner and
Sanford Freed.
CARE Kosher Package Is
Approved By Rabbis
NEW YORK, N. Y.A new and
improved CARE kosher food
package, approved by the Rab-
binical Council of America and
the Union of Orthodox Congre-
gations, is announced today by
Paul Comly French, executive di-
rector of the non-profit organ-
ization.
The package contains 22 pounds,
ten ounces net of approved kosh-
er foods, with more meat, rice,
fish and beverages than the pre-
vious CARE kosher parcel. Such
items as increased quantities of
meat, shortening, coffee, tea and
chocolate make the parcel, both
from the viewpoint of variety of
contents and shortages abroad, of
greatly increased value to Euro-
pean recipients, French said. If
the contents were purchased at
retail in this country, he said, the
new kosher parcel would cost two
dollars more than the former
parcel. The package is delivered
abroad, with delivery guaranteed
to individual recipients or for re-
lief purposes, at a complete cost
of ten dollars, $12.50 in Berlin,
due to added expense of air trans-
port.
Discussion Group to Meet
First meeting of a new discus-
sion group to be held twice
monthly is slated for Monday
evening at the Miami Y. Topic
for discussion will be the Atlantic
Pact.
The committee consists of Leo
Sheiner, chairman, Leo Alpert,
Jack Simon, Leo Fisk and Fred
Grossberg.
3 Installed In Tri Beta
Three members were installed
in the Tri Beta Council of the
YMHA by President Barbara Wes-
son last week at the home of
Myra Gerson, 240 S.W. 15th Road.
The formal installation was for
Anne Myer, Sally Hairlique and
Elinor Cohen. The ceremony was
followed by a get-together and a
song fest.
The group held a Mother's Day
tea at the home of Dotty Singer,
1822 S.W. 12th Ave. EUen Stone,
Lorraine Jacobskind, Lila Pearl,
Dotty Singer and Sandra Stein
participated in the program.
The members have recently
collected books for the children
at the Miami Cardiac Home, and
are now collecting novels for the
veterans at Pratt General Hos-
pital and text books for Negro
students._______ __________^^
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PAGE TWELVE
+Jeistlkrl FRIDAY. MAY 13,
Qualifying Deadline Nears In Miami Beach Council Election
Burnett Roth Enters Beach Council Race
Burnett Roth, attorney and
civic worker, confirmed Tuesday
that he would wage an intense
campaign as a candidate for the
Miami Beach city council in the
June 7 election.
Roth, who served as a member
BS*
of the rent advisory board, listed
solution of the "critical housing
shortage of our permanent, sal-
aried residents" as the top plank
in his platform.
He said his program included
plans to increase the economic
soundness of the community by
making the hotel industry a year-
round business.
Roth, a native Floridian, has
been active in civic affairs since
1934 when he graduated from the
University of Florida Law School
and set up offices here. During
the war he was a regimental ser-
geant-major in the infantry and
since his discharge has worked
indefatigibly on veterans' prob-
lems, many times carrying the
fight directly to Washington.
In recognition of his outstand-
ing leadership in civic affairs.
Roth has been elected president of
Dade County Fair Rent Council,
B'nai B'rith, Miami Zionist Dis-
Norton
James H. Norton, Lincoln Road
insurance agent, will make his
first bid for the council post. A
resident of 422 Lenox Ave., he
is a member of the Greater Mi-
ami Insurance Board, Elks, Ex-
change club, Mahi Shrine and
Anglers, Inc.
Thurston
Max Thurston, owner of the
Acme Transfer and Baggage Co.,
Tuesday filed as a candidate for
Miami Beach councilman.
Thurston resides with his wife
and three children at 619 Meri-
dian Ave. He has lived in Miami
Beach for the past 11 years and
is a former resident of New York
and California.
The candidate is a member of
the Disabled American Veterans,
Elks, Jewish War Veterans,
Army and Navy Union, American
Legion, Zionist Federation, B'nai
B'rith and Beth Jacob congrega-
tion.
Shafkin
Louis Shafkin, city council can-
didate, has opened campaign
headquarters at 1248 Washington
Ave. Shafkin has made arrange-
ments for free transportation for
those desiring to register. Shafkin
plans a series of rallies in elec-
tion districts.
trict, State Department of Jewish
War Veterans, American's Vet-
eran's Committee, member of Mi-
ami Beach American Legion Post
and Miami Beach Elks chapter.
He also has served as legal ad-
viser to the Amvets Service Cen-
ter, judge advocate of the United
Veterans Council, as vice presi-
dent of the Hibiscus-Palm-Star Is-
lands Home Owners Association,
as chairman of the Anti-Defama-
tion Committee and as secretary
of the Florida Committee on Dis-
placed Persons.
He is a member of the execu-
tive committee of the Zionist
Emergency Council, Beth Sholom
Congregation, executive commit-
tee of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue and the board of governors
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Campaign headquarters have
been established at 1309 Wash-
ington Ave.
Candidate Favors
Separate County
For Miami Beaeh
Pledging his efforts toward a
separate Miami Beach county as
the chief plank of his platform.
Attorney Harry Zukernick has
qualified as a candidate for city
Golub
Meyer Faust Golub a newcom-
er to Beach politics has declared
his intention of seeking a post in
the Beach election.
Woolfe
Aaron Courshon has revealed
a 10-point campaign platform. His
program calls for broadcasting of
all council meetings; establish-
ment of a full-time office, a re-
vised city charter; a new En-
abling Act permitting changes in
Voters in the Miami Beach
municipal election have un-
til May 17 to register at city
hall and freeholders may register
to participate in the bond issue
election through June 1. May 18 is
the deadline for candidates to file
for a position on the ballots. Ab-
sentee ballots for voters who will
be out of Dade county on election
day can be secured from May 23
to June 4. Five vacancies will be
elected.
Approximately 18,000 registered
voters are expected to qualify for
the election which will be ac-
companied by a freeholders bond
issue election for White Way
improvements and sanitary sew-
er extension.



voting procedure for public im-
provements; a community-wide
promotion program; improve-
ment of streets, lighting, parking
and sewers; establishment of
branch libraries, parks and pub-
lic swimming pools; readjust-
ment and reallocation of county
taxes and development of a year-
around economy.
Quinn
James B. Quinn pioneer resi-
dent of Miami Beach, had his
petition headed by the signature
of Monsignor William Barry.
Quinn is a former masseur.
Wescourt
Charles S. Wescourt former
theatrical booking agent and war
veteran who served in the Navy
is running for Beach council and
advocates a more progressive city
administration.
toh II
Al S. Cohn advertising execu-
tive and resident here for 25
years has been actively identi-
ified as a Democratic eommittee-
! man in Miami Beach who will
I make the councilmanic race.
council in the June 7 election
and has opened campaign head-
quarters at 1342 Washington Ave.
"Most of the difficulties which
now beset Miami Beach can be)
remedied by establishment ofj
our own county," said Zukernick,
who has been an active leader in
such a movement since 1946.
Zukernick added that he favors
appointment of a board of health
to set up sanitary rules and
standards to guard against dis-
ease epidemics, pollution of
waterways and to regulate the
cleanliness of eating establish-
ments.
Zukernick said he also ad-
vocates:
A long-range program to elimi-
nate traffic bottlenecks by con-
struction of additional bridges,
widening of some present bridges
and expansion of off-street park-
ing areas.
Year-around recreation and en-
tertainment programs, to include
summer band concerts in city-
parks, and establishment of more
parks, playgrounds and public
beaches.
Equalization of assessments
and taxes and passage of zoning
ordinances to protect property
and develop the city.
Employment of trained ju-
venile officers by the police de-
partment.
Improvement of the public li-
brary system, with branches in
the most populous areas.
Extension and improvement of
water, storm and sanitary sewer
systems and the white way light-
ing system.
He is a member of the Dade
County Welfare Board, past
president of the Civic League of
Miami Beach and Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodge.
He holds memberships and is
active in the work of the Cham-
ber of Commerce, the Jewish
Community Center, Temple Beth
Sholom and is past and honorary
president of the Miami Beach YM
& WHA.
During 14 years of service in
community interests of Miami
Beach. Zukernick served as sec-
retary and attorney for the Miami
Beach Servicemen's Housing Cor-
poration, has been active in pass-
age of laws requiring pasteruiza-
tion of milk and beautification
of MacArthur causeway. He is a
member of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District.
Kaplan
A. J. Kaplan council candidate
is an attorney. World War II
veteran, and civic leader who is
running on a platform which calls
for "work and more work" for
councilmen. An outstanding ath-
lete prior to graduation from
Miami University law school, he
served as enlisted man and officer
in the Pacific. He has long been
identified with civic and frater-
nal groups of the Greater Miami
area.
Obituaries
MRS. CONSTANCE PEAR, u
Age 49. of 487 N.E 29|h T MA"
away ut her ho.,,*' si^":. fu*
a long ll.nesa. Mr*, iwf* 'olio*!*
resident here for
veiy active
M"*?5
^.ar" and'
12 years she wa8 Sunday L.Worl<- 12
er of Temple ln?e?ttna f^l C
member Hhe 1 survived l1"1**
mother, Mis. Jessie I I b> C
husband Jules; "JTaughto?*^ 5
umanu Kauders, a B, r ^ i*.
SSSSPk i'-J broths JU'? P.
ZOOker of Toronto, KEfi arrangements were uMs^jSSi
tion of Gordon WmEmI Ho! ""
ices were held at Ten.,,!..'K*: *rr.
Turk Olffieially
Files Candidacy
Miami Beach Councilman Har-
old Turk Thursday officially
filed his candidacy for re-election
with the city clerk and today he
anounced the formal opening of
his main headquarters at 619
Washington Ave.
Councilman Turk will hold open
house at the headquarters Mon-
day evening between 8 and 10
o'clock, to which the public
cordially invited.
is
Commercial College
Offers Scholarships
8he establishment of $3,240
scholarship fund to be divided
into twelve nine-month free tui-
tion scholarships at the Charron
Williams Commercial College has
been announced by I. Goldstein,
director of the school.
A scholarship will be awarded
to one member of the June grad-
uating class of each high school
in the area. Each recipient will
be selected by the high school.
According to Goldstein, this
marks the first time that a local
commercial school has offered
scholarships of this type and the
purpose is to further commercial
education in the area and pro-
vide a study of the problems of
modern economy.
iay alternoon with Jwbuls V T*
Kaplan and Colman a &?*"* 1
ficiatlng. Interment wu in ,i an
Plot at Wooulawn Cemetery1*^
Uashb,sh.AUredA.Mo,,^^|
MARTIE I. TESCHNEB
Ago yj, passed away thi.5*.
toVM toil Wile, Ut&s 2*J
Dr. Bernard and Ca.vl, ?"*
fail vices were held at .hi'**
Kiverside Memorial Chapel ^**
MAX SILVERSTEIN
Age $2 of 4511 Sheridan A J
ami Beach, passed away wtfiJS
BEST wm he,u 1U **ft25
.. HAROLD GREEN
Ago IT, UN ttM Tree Drift Ml
lust week. Survivors i,,,.| .h **
father. Max; 4 brothers, jw
Albert, Morris, all of Miami "2
sisters. Mrs. Herman NoveTX'r ^ '
Miss Betty Ureen. KkhmtT ft
Services Were helu at the Th,J>
Memorial Chapel on Miami 5
With Rabbi Column A. Zw?,L**
nciating. Interment was In thTiw"
pie Israel plot of the S^2Sl
Memorial Bark Cemetery. """"
ALEXANDER SUBERMAN
^gc ?* SS.*W- -,i,h K2t
suduenly Friday afternoon uW
home. He was a retired lurriir !Z
had lived here for the paitTiS
no is survived by his wile, tYtdT^.
MM, Jack and Irwin; one Sheliah. Services were held at 22
Funeral Home with Kabul Max Ski
iro olticialing. Burial
Nebo Cemetery.
MORRIS STUZIN
Pawed away May 4 in .New Tut
II.- was a retired pharmacist .
vivora include his wife, Anna Uja
sons, Dr. N. H., .Montkello, 'aIw
and David, Miami, who returned un
' this week.
MRS. ANNIE LIEBERMAN
Age 70, lA>nn Beach, N. J., died
a New Jersey hospital Mav 5. ght
Naves seven sons. Including im
and lyon, Miami, and one daughter.
She was buried in Long Branch SUj
OSCAR GLANCKOPF
Age 7S, of 311 Sheridan Ave., Ml.
ami Bench, passed away Sunk}.
Coming here from New York, he in
a resident of this area for 14 .run
and was n retired millinery main-
facturer. Burvlvon include his
daughter, Mrs. Eugenia Appleton, and
granddaughter, Mrs. Margaret R.
Ituchw.ild, Miami Beach. Funeral
ger> icea were held at Gordon Funeral
Hume with entombment in Woodlawn
Mausoleum.
Max Skit.
"js in Hunt
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MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
TELEPHONE
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Burbridge
According to all indications the
many friends of Bill Burbridge
feel that he will accede to the re-
quest of his supporters and again
qualify as a candidate for the Mi-
ami Beach city council in the
forthcoming election. Burbridge
an incumbent and a member of
the council for the past twenty
years, is expected to confirm this
announcement this weekend Bur-
bridge has been a leader in the
many civic betterment projects
throughout Miami Beach's grow-
ing years.
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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 my *
obtained by calling our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackonkf.
818 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach. Phone 5-3595.
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SHOLEM LODGE'S
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PAGE THIRTEEN
leyer, Balkin
attend ADL Meet
Sidney
Meyer, former chair-
Florida Regional Office,
"!ti'.Defamation League, and Gil-
M J Balkin, Florida ADL di-
are in New York attend-
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Of Workmen's Circle Branch 692

the annual national commis-
meeting of the Anti-Defama-
tion League being held at the
"SSfffSS fES Balkin has
been invited to participate
,he conferences being held by
ADL National Community
ervice Division and Program Di-
fgl Paul Douglas (D-Ill.) will
L the principal speaker at the
Jal dinner meeting of the lea-
Z\ national commission Sun-
-v at the Waldorf Astoria. An
Kve supporter of President Tru-
n n's civil rights program, Sen.
Souelas will address the dele-
Sefon "civil Rights: A Bar:
Jieter of American International
StMore than 1,000 friends of ADL,
Presenting Jewish communities
in all Paits of the United states
and Canada, are expected to at-
end the two-day conference
vhich starts tomorrow and marks
j,e36th anniversary of the found-
ing of ADL,
Another feature of the dinner
meeting will be a half hour
dramatic presentation "Unfinish-
ed Business1949" which will re-
view in rapid-fire fashion the na-
ture and methods of combatting
discrimination.
Performers in this "skit" in-
clude actor John Garfield, Frank-
lin D. Roosevelt, Jr., chairman of
the New York City Mayor's Com-
Imittee on Unity; Walter White,
[head of the National Association
Ifor the Advancement of Colored
Ipeople; Elmo Roper, public opin-
lion analyst; Harold Russell, the
Ihandless veteran who won two
lOscars in "The Best Years of Our
.Lives;" Dr. Ethel J. Alpenfels, The program tonight includes
eminent anthropologist, and radio religious servicesL choralcompeti-
Ijnnouncer Ben Grauer.
f Games Party
The Miami Hebrew School and
LCoTtgiegation will sponsor a
1 James party Wednesday evening
| at 8:30 in the dining room of the
I building at 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Ben Stone is chairman of the
affair. He will be assisted by Mrs.
Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Max Apfel-
baum, Mrs. Herbert Feldan and
Mrs. Sophie Moss.
English Contralto
Will Sing With
U-M Symphony
The ninth and last pair of the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra concerts, under the di-
rection of Modeste Alloo, is
scheduled for Sunday afternoon
at 4:30, and Mondav evening at
8:30 in the Miami Senior High
School Auditorium.
The program includes one of
the best known symphonies, the
Tschaikowsky symphony 5.
The soloist will be the heralded
English contralto, Kathleen Fer-
rier, who made her American
debut on January 15 of this year
with the New York Philharmonic
Symphony. Chosen by the or-
,WU5
... Photo Arts
Newly elected officers of Branch No. 692 of the Workmen's Circle, Miami Beach, are: (front row.
1. to r.) H. Abramovitz, hospitaler; J. Cholodenko, treasurer of Lyceum; L. Elkin, financial secre-
tary of the Lyceum; J. Pollack, chairman of Lyceum and Cemetery; J. M. Freedman, financial sec-
retary. Branch Nd. 692; H. Spivak. treasurer; M. Goldberg, recording secretary; (second row, L to r.)
S. H. Levine, Mrs. J. Cholodenko, Mrs. L. Elkin. S. Hachberg. Mrs. C. Katz. Mrs. H. Spivak, I. Gold;
(third row, 1. to r.) J. Duntov. F. Teller. L. Backerman. C. Brodsky. J. Mintxes. all members of the
executive committee.
Zionist Youth Groups To Conduct
First Annual Conclave This Weekend
Senior Young Judaeans, their
leaders and members of local
Zionist youth groups will leave
this afternoon for the University
of Miami south campus at Rich-
mond air base to hold their first
annual conclave in the Greater
Miami area.
tion, a quiz, and singing and
dancing.
Tomorrow morning the group
will conduct services and engage
in Israeli singing and dancing.
The dinner speaker will be Rabbi
Leon Kronish of Temple Beth
Sholem. His topic will be "What
the New State of Israel Means
to the Youth of America."
In the afternoon the leaders
will hear a talk on "The Reality
of Israel in Your Club Program"
I given by Sidney Greenberg,
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North Shore Lodge of Miami Beach. Fla. joins with several
community civic groups to sponsor the gift of a piano to the Bis-
yne Elementary School. In the photo President A. J. Kaplan
,wcnd from left) makes presentation to Mrs. Virgil H. Pieck.
President of the Parent-Teachers Association, in ceremonies which
'"lured a United Nations program presented by Biscayne School
CMdren's Chorus. Left to right are; John T. Mahoney. president
Normandy I,le Improvement Association; A. J. Kaplan; Mrs.
2* Frank Ryder, vice president North Beach Business and
Property Owners' Association; Leo Steinman. secretary North
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principal of Beth Sholom reli-
gious schools. The rest of the
afternoon will be spent in discus-
sion sessions, singing and danc-
ing.
Discussion groups, programming
workshops, and a bowling tourna-
ment will be held Sunday morn-
ing with Rabbi Max Shapiro of
Beth David speaking on "The
Youth of Israel and the Youth
of America" at the noon luncheon.
Arts and crafts sessions will be
conducted in the afternoon by
Harry Rosen of the Miami YMHA
and the final speakers will be
Dr. Seymour Blumenthal, Uni-
versity of Miami professor of psy-
chology and Hy Pomerantz of
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Their topics will be "Relationship
Between the Leader and the
Club" and "Jewish Youth Looks
to its Responsibilities."
In charge of plans for the pro-
gram are Mrs. Alfred Mamlet,
Greater Miami Young Judaea and
Youth Commission chairman;
Joseph Pardo, chairman of the
Greater Miami Young Judaea
Leaders' council; and Libby
Hochman, executive secretary of
the local Zionist Youth Commis-
sion.
Assisting in the plans are: Sel-
ma Lewis, Beverly Raphael,
Doris Pardo, Sandra Freedman,
Toby Cooper, Phyllis Wilpon,
Jeanette Ochs, Jean Nevel, Mar-
ian Schacher, Gloria Levine,
Faith Alexander, Charlotte Zy-
chick, Seymour Hinkes, Andy
Kornreich, Barton Udell and Al
Heller.
The conclave is sponsored by
the Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission
Pvt. Duberstein Rites
Set for Sunday 11 A.M.
The body of Pvt. Robert Dub-
erstein, who was killed in action
in France on July 12, 1944, has
been returned to the United
States and will
be reburied on
Sunday.
Pvt. Duber-
stein is survived
by his wife,
T >h e 1 m a ; his
daughter, Susan
Leah; his par-
ents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ele Duber-
stein; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Ida
'Lynne, and Re-
becca, who flew
here from Tok-
yo, where she has been serving
with the Medical Section of the
Services will be held at 11 a.m.
Sunday at the Riverside Mem-
orial Chapel on Miami Beach with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating.
Graveside services will be con-
ducted by the honor guard of the
Normar. Bruce Brown Post of the
I'Jewish War Veterans.
Tropical Lodge Meeting
Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith
with hold a business meeting to
be held Monday at 8 p.m. at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
Mercantile Bank Building, 420
Lincoln Road. The meeting will
be followed by a camera clinic,
in which the Mesrs. Kaye, Moldan
and Brenner, commercial photo-
graphers, will participate.
Abe Allenberg, Miami Beach
hotel operator, was elected vice
president of the Florida Hotel As-
sociation at the state meeting in
Tampa this wek. Mr. Allenberg,
a former New York attorney
owns and operates the Boulevard
Hotel. A member of the Greater
Miami Hotel Association, he has
also served as president of the
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MAY 13. 1949 ^Jenkttkriciian PAGE SEVEN MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Trade A Pulverized and gofessed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill o Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER ocuusrs PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 502 — P hone 5-5419 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hivt your roof repaired now; you will IIVI on a now roof lator •'Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 g. W. 22nd Avanuo WHONB 4-" ijJO.iSpn ^St* ^Bff llfr Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Arenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 llssen Construction Co. 2052 N.W. Second Ave. Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Ettimates Cheerfully Given WANT MY MILK Estdb. 1924 And Bo Sure It'a FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Docro Protected TEL. 2-2S2M Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at E "< of Bird M, A 8n pp p Cr##k First Anniversary Of Israel Marks Turning Point In Nation's History By VICTOR H RBRMCTPTM '• By VICTOR H. BERNSTEIN Director of Public Relations American Section, Jewish Agency for Palestine Israel celebrates its first birthday with a record of achievement unsurpassed in the history of states. Yet it still faces, in the dawn of its second year, a struggle for survival. In the brief and dramatic 12month period just past, Israel has: 1. Single-handedly smashed joint aggression by five Arab armies. 2. Created a stable, representative government which has earned diplomatic recognition from more than 50 nations. 3. Shattered historical precedent by increasing its population 30 per cent through immigration. 4. Despite war and early political chaos, launched schemes for national development proportionately without peer anywhere in the world. These accomplishments were the more remarkable because they were achieved in the face of relentless and implacable opposition by the British Empire, which fought its war against the Jewish state openly in the United Nations and covertly on the battlefields of Jerusalem and the Negev. As this is written, not all the political and military victories have yet been pushed through to their inevitable fruition. With Transjordan, Egypt and Lebanon, Israel has achieved an amristice, but not yet final peace. With Syria, it has achieved a cease-fire, but not yet an armistice. With the United Nations, it has achieved the blessing of the Security Council as a peace-loving nation, but not yet membership. Moreover, a three-power Conciliation Commission—made up of the U.S.A., France and Turkey— rnust yet turn in its report to its parent body, the General Assembly of the United Nations. Until this report comes, probably next September, the boundaries of Israel may not be formally fixed, and the vexing questions of the status of Jerusalem and of the Arab refugees may not be finally solved. But it is already generally accepted that there is nothing the Arab states can do, nor is there anything that the United Nations will do, fundamentally to alter the present map of Israel or to curtail its sovereignty as an independent state. Historians, already beginning to assess the forces which made possible this latter-day miracle of a nation reborn, fix inevitably on two principle factors. The first was the fighting quality of the Israeli soldier and of the people for whom he fought. Here was a quality rooted in 20 centuries of Jewish history, shaped and sharpened by the Zionist awakening of the last century and given an irresistible dynamic by Nazi savagery. The Israeli soldier drew his strength from the promise of Herzl and the threat of Hitler, and against this strength an enemy infinitely Rabbi I. H Herzog Speaks At Yeshiva Dr. Isaac Halevi Herzog, chief rabbi of Israel, and one of the 1 world's leading authorities on comparative law and Halachah (Jewish law) delivered a discourse on the effect of the birth of Israel on Jewish law, this week at the Yeshiva University in New York City, the only accredited university under Jewish auspices in the world, according to Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, southeastern director of the university, whose offices are located at 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Dr. Herzog addressed the entire student body and faculty of the Yeshiva University, as well as a group of specially invited scholars. The visit of Dr. Herzog to this country has aroused keen interest in rabbinical and scholarly circles who look to the Chief Rabbi for guidance in the interpretation of Jewish law affected by the birth of Israel. Later in the day, Dr. Herzog was the guest of honor at a community reception tendered by the United Jewish Appeal at Yeshiva University. superior in numbers, but with nothing to fight for, met inevitable defeat. The second factor in Zion's reSSs. WaS I he United Nations, which gave Israel its international birth certificate when it ap!" TQd7 th T e Partiti n Plan of Nov. 1 \v %  l lM true that in th 18 months which have since passed. the world organization did not always seem to have the courage of its first conviction. It flapped fatuously for months while the U. S sought to beguile it from partition with a trusteeship plan and the United Kingdom vamped it with Bernadotte. These were the months of most active Arab aggression. Yet it is to United Nations' credit that, beguiled as it may have been on ?K Ca t S 0n .' n eit her the U.S.A. nor the United Kingdom nor the Arab bloc could change its original decision. In the last analysis, it held fu l the Partition Plan as the Israelis did to the Negev, and President Evatt of the General Assembly was able to say a few weeks ago: "The United Nations scored its most significant success in the one issue on which the United States and the Soviet Union voted together when the chips were down —the Palestine issue." So Israel, in the past year, has proven its valor on the battlefield and earned stature among nations. Now it faces the supreme struggle for economic survival It is unthinkable that Zion's mission can be considered fulfilled until the last Jew who wants to enter I upon its soil can do so. At present writing, more than a half million Jews are scheduled for immigration in the next three years It costs $1,000 to transport a Jew to Israel and to absorb him into the Israel economy. It will take more than five billion dollars to complete the immigration program, to replace Israel's tent cities with permanent homes, to replace the camp fires with factory chimneys, to anchor the desert with forests and gardens, to clothe reugged Israel with the traditional Jewish habiliments of peace and culture and quiet industry. Without the help of American Jewry, this goal can never be achieved. It is to this task that the Jewish Agency for Palestine is dedicated. It is for the fulfilment of this task that the United Jewish Appeal is today tugging at your purse strings. AEP Fraternity Honors League On Mother's Day The Women's League of Phi Epsilon Pi was honored at a Mother's Day luncheon by the Alpha Iota Chapter of the fraternity Sunday at the Versailles Hotel, Miami Beach, at 1 p.m. The women's league presented the chapter with a silver punch bowl to be awarded to the member who has contributed the most to the chapter during the year. Recipient of the award this year was Alfred Robins. Retiring president, Mrs. Ida Optner, was presented with a silver tea service. Installation of the newly elected officers of the league also take place at the luncheon. Installed were: Mrs. Charlotte Haas, president: Mrs. Victor Levine, first vice president; Mrs. Graham Fried, second vice president; Mrs. Herman Goodman, treasurer; Mrs. Fred Braz, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Rebecca Glassel, historian; Mrs. Abe Labbie and Mrs. Louis Newman, hospitality co-chairmen; Mrs. Meyer Jacobson, Mrs. Rose Goldberg, Mrs. David Pred and Mrs. Joseph Robins, trustees. 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l^viybJEIIipiriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY f^22NUMBER 19 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS N. ADMITS ISRAEL %  $> •m*** kited Synagogue Convene Here mday, Monday Ljpuei Rothstein, of New C national president of the |ted Synagogue of America. be the principal speaker at the convention of the Southeast Region to be field at the Miami Beach Jewish Center this Sun day and Monday. Rothst e i n has been at the head of this organization, comprising 500 conservative conIRothstein gregat ions Lghout the United States, for I past five years. He is honorpresident of the East MidJewish Center, Brooklyn, fork, and a director of the _J National Fund, the PalesFoundation Fund and the jklyn Jewish Community mciL Rothstein has for many been active in Zionist afand also a member of the mean Zionist Emergency Jicil and the Administrative pmittee of the Zionist Organi of America, he convention will open Sunat 12:30 with a luncheon at ch Joseph M. Rose, Miami ich, will be chairman. The inBtion will be delivered by bi Manuel Greenstein, West i Beach. At this time, Macey sberg, Charleston, S. C, pdent of the Southeast Rei will deliver his annual mesbllowing the luncheon, there I be a plenary session devoted ] discussion of the president's i and a seminar on "Funcof a Synagogue Center." moderator of the seminar will IRabbi Sanders A. Tofield, psonville, and participants be Fred Berkovitz, educa%  director, Miami Beach Jew|Unter, who will discuss "Exwncular Activities of the He' and Sunday Schools;" Hy ?rantz, extension activities Ftor of the Miami Bureau of fsn Education, who will disAdult Jewish Studies;" and 1 lioldberg, director, SouthReeiou, United Synaflogue, h^ d 'scuss "An Integrated fed Synagogue Program." The subject for discussion, at session, will be "A Living Bism for Today's Youth." I Public meeting will be held p evening at which Kroris• W 'U preside. The invocation iril e delivered by Rabbi P rUel Bennett, Columbus, Ga., L5"i arks of welcome will be BidedI by Rabbi Irving LehrL the Miami Beach Jewish f'ncipal address of the eve;. be made by Rothstein le P,, Pl esent his views on Ikl'^l' Role of American IdeHvn I c osir >g.Prayer will tntri %  re l ^ Ra bi Lewis KrKh 0, Cnarles ton. S. C. hina u P sessions on Monday I'wg beginning at 10 a.m., L „ dtv oted to "How to Inlwhi f .h yna L gogue Membership" I bo AHU discussion leader fcviU P A T red Finkel stein of I tn ^ nn ; and at H:30 I'ness a f ^ussion of "The fcent" iT 0 iW*ati0Ml Man1 Joseoh u Ch W iH be Presented Q h Hackel, Jacksonville. eleriA fol i OWed y reports lingyS 5 "'officer, for the 59th Nation To Be Approved Israeli Flag Flies Over Assembly FLUSHING, N. Y.—Israel was voted into the United Nations Wednesday night as the 59th member of the world organization. The general assembly voted 37 to 12 with nine abstentions, to accept the Jewish state in Palestine. Opposition to admitting it to the U nited Nations came solidly from the Arabic bloc, with no other state joining the negative vote. The six Arab states walked out of the auditorium in a protest demonstration as President Herbert V. Evatt announced the entry of Israel and invited Foreign Minister Moshe' Sharett to the rostrum. The United States voted for the Isreal admission. Britain abstained. Nations voting against Israel were Afghanistan, Burma, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen. The abstaining states were Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, El Salvador, Greece, Siam, Sweden, Turkey and Britain. The galleries burst forth to loud cheering and applause when the vote was announced. Herbert V. Evatt, general assembly president, interrupted the enthusiastic cheers to welcome Israel and invited its Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett to take a place on the speaker's platform. "We welcome Israel as a member of the United Nations," Evatt said. "We will accord to it friendship and co-operation. In return we know we shall get its loyalty and co-operation. "This is a great moment for the State of Israel," Sharett replied. "It is a great moment for the Jewish people throughout the world. One is awed by the responsibility it entails, one is uplifted by the vision it reveals for the future." Israel became a nation under United Nations auspices one year ago Saturday. Jewish Agency To Halt Unauthorized Fund-Raising The Jewish Agency for Palestine has announced the formation of a committee to eliminate "unauthorized and illegitimate" fund-raising drives on behalf of Israel and in other ways to assure the priority of the United Jewish Appeal as the central fund-raising agency in this country for the Jewish state. At the same time, the agency pointed out that the Government of Israel has prohibited its members and officials from endorsing any campaign other than the United Jewish Appeal, except with government authorization. While taking note of the important contribution of certain well-established individual campaigns in the field, the agency declared: "The Jewish Agency for Palestine, charged by the Government of Israel with primary responsibility for the administration of philanthropic funds spent on the Israeli immigration and absorption program, considers that the confusion created by multiple campaigns endangers the success of the United Jewish Appeal. "With a view to eliminating this confusion, the Jewish Agency has decided to set up a committee on multiple campaigns to consist of representatives of the Jewish Agency, the United Palestine Appeal and the United Jewish Appeal, which will be empowered to act with the full authority of the Jewish Agency." Dr. Waksman Gives Drug Patent To Rutgers U. NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. (JTA)—Dr. Selman A. Waksman, discoverer of the drug streptomycin, has assigned his patent to Rutgers University and has made possible the erection of a $1,000,000 Institute of Microbiology at the university, Dr. Robert C. Clothier, president of the institution, announced this week. Dr. Waksman, who will be the first director of the institute, has made possible the erection of a building to house the new research center, and a grant of FLUSHING MEADOWS. N. Y.—The flag of Israel was raised outside the Flushing Meadows auditorium Thursday in official inclusion of the Zion state as 59th member of the United Nations with a special ceremony. Rabbi Morris Skop Accepts Call To Coral Gables Jewish Center Pulpit $250,000 toward the operating expenses by turning over the royalties from his patent on streptomycin. Other operating income will come from royalties, university funds and private grants. Rabbi Zwitman, Mrs. Yirrick Named Dade County's Outstanding Citizens Rabbi Col man A. Zwitman and Mrs. Elizabeth Virrick were named Dade County's outstanding citizens of 1948 at ceremonies in Bayfront Park bandshell Wednesday night. Selected from 18 candidates. Rabbi Zwitman was recognized for his leadership in promoting inter-faith relations, while Mrs. Virrick was honored for her work as head of the Coconut Grove Slum Clearance Committee. The awards made annually by the Outstanding Citizen's Committee, headed by Sidney L. I Segall, were presented to the recipients by I. D. MacVicar, vice chairman of the Dade County Commission. Miami Mayor Robert L. Floyd was principal speaker. Rabbi Zwitman, who was recently cited by the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews for his work in bettering human relations, was congratulated by MacVicar for his work in "promoting the welfare of all faiths." Mrs. Virrick. MacVicar stated, Rabbi Colman Zwitman initiated a slum clearance program which has spread thoughout the county. Others nominated for the award were Miss Mary B. Merntt, Mrs. T V. Moore, W. Roger Herndon, Harry Zukernick, H. H. Hyman, Paul Bruun, Edward Dornbush, Mrs. William Cox, Miss Betty Ward, Dr. Dora H. Klemer, Caesar LaMonaca, Michael Goodwin, Mrs. James B. Davidson, Mrs R. Stearns Hicks. Miss Alice Kahl and Chester M. Wright. The Coral Gables Jewish Community Center announces the election of Rabbi Morris A. Skop of Orlando as its spiritual leader starting September 1, 1949. Rabbi Skop has occupied a unique position in American Jewish Congregational life, having served as rabbi of Congregation Ohev Shalom in Orlando for twelve years, in which Orthodox, Reform and Conservative Jewish families were all members of a single synagogue and where children of all Jewish denominations were organized in a community daily Hebrew school and Sunday religious school. A graduate of Ohio State University, Rabbi Skop studied at the Jewish Institute of Religion in 1937. He has done graduate work at Harvard University in intercultural and inter-racial studies in the Department of Education. Rabbi Skop has been president of Orlando Lodge No. 1043 of B'nai B'rith, president of the Central Florida Zionist District, chairman of the international relations committee of the Orlando Rotary Club, chairman of Home Service in Orange County Red Cross, member of executive committee of Mental Hygiene Society, 32nd degree Mason, Shriner, chairman of Jewish Education Committee and Committee on Sectarian Teaching in the Public Schools of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges. The author of articles published in various periodicals dealing with intercultural studies. Rabbi Skop has for many years served on the Mayor's Interracial Committee and was recently guest lecturer in religion at the University of Florida Department of Rabbi Morris Skop Religion. Rabbi Skop will continue his work as civilian chaplain at the Pratt Veterans Hospital in Coral Gables, under the U. S. ArmyNational Jewish Welfare Board's Chaplaincy program. During the war years he was civilian chaplain at the Orlando Army Air Force Base and Banana Diver Naval Base. The rabbi is a member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis and was one of the organizers of the Association of Florida Rabbis serving as secretary-treasurer for ten years. Rabbi and Mrs. Skop and their four children will settle in Coral Gables during the summer, where he will assist in the building of the new Jewish Center to be started shortly. Herbert Gelernter is presidentelect of the center, succeeding Sam Silver, Gelernter will be installed June 5. 1



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PAGE FOUR tJewlsMcrkiiar) FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1949 EDITORIAL A \ ai i on Among \ationtt Todqy Israel is a Nation—a Nation in every sense of the word—a Nation among nations—a Nation that merits respect—a Nation whose voice will be heard in behalf of every deserving cause. Just one year has passed since the world thrilled to the creation of a new democracy in the Middle East. Just twelve months ago, Israel was proclaimed as a homeland for the Jewish people and a refuge for those who sought security and peace. How nobly that purpose has been fulfilled in the brief period of Israel's independence! As we celebrate "Twelve Days of Commemoration" from May 4 to May 15, in honor of the first anniversary of the founding of the Jewish State, all Jewry can take pride in the heroic accomplishments of our brothers and sisters. Despite overwhelming military and political obstacles, they have maintained a united and free country, dedicated as a haven for all those who seek a home. Above all, Israel has demonstrated its readiness to receive the homeless Jews of Europe and North Africa. More than 200,000 have entered during the first year of Jewish statehood. They are streaming in now at the rate of more than 1,000 a day—a pace which indicates that the estimate made earlier this year of 250,000 during 1949 will in all likelihood be far exceeded. This great exodus from the DP camps and the countries of Europe and North Africa carries with it great responsibilities. The people of Israel, numbering less than a million in all, cannot shoulder this burden alone. Despite the problems of newlyacquired statehood, they are doing far more than "Shalom, Mr. President" their share for the newcomers. The occasion of the first anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel represents a great milestone in world history. For the Jewish people it will properly be the signal for rejoicing and celebration in every corner of the globe. Every Jew. wherever he may be, whatever hi* outlook or philosophy, will take pride in th notable achievements of the government ad people of Israel in its first year of existence fo this momentous hour, let us not forget that th independence we celebrate today was won onl* at great cost in human life and treasure. In r I joicing in the fact that a 2000-year old dream is vibrant reality, let us not overlook the SU pe human sacrifices that we made to achieve this moment of fulfillment. Israel's first birthday, Israel's achievement of statehood is not one that can be commemorated adequately with speeches and expressions of good wishes. The most worthwhile recognition of this anniversary must be an outstanding effort to make 1949 a 'Tear of Homecoming" f 0r the greatest possible number of Jews. We in America can continue to help create a home for those who have long thirsted for peace and security. Our unstinting generosity in every way will be the most effective way of sayinq "Happy Birthday" to the people of Israel. Israel, we are confident, will repay the trust reposed in it by proving to all mankind its readiness to assume its rightful place among the United Nations—to reflect each and every privilege for which the United Nations was created and which it stands. Unforgettable will be this occasion that has brought to life the prophecies of the bible—that has made worthwhile the efforts, the energies, the monies, the sacrifices of human lives to achieve Jewish Statehood—to become a Nation among Nations. Marinarish I nil Is Organized The Marmarish Federation of Greater Miami was organized Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stuhl, 620 N.W. 23rd Ct. Marmarish Federations, which have been organized in New York, Los Angeles, Cleveland and Wilkes-Barre, have as their object the assistance of fellow Jews in every manner possible, especially in helping them settle in Israel. Chairman of the evening was Harry Pearl. Leon Berg was named president of the group. Others elected were: Harry Pearl, vice president; Nathan Slomowitz, treasurer; Max Bertman, secretary. Present at the first meeting were: Leon Berg, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bertman, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kandel, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Slomowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stuhl, Frank Wiesel, D. Zimmerman and the hosts. Next meeting of the federation will be held tomorrow night at 8:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, 2129 S.W. 12th St. The public is invited to attend. Tribute Is Paid To World Mizrachi Leader Beth El Will Sponsor Mother's Day Fete A Mother's Day luncheon will be sponsored by the Beth El Sisterhood Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the Dora August Memorial Hall of the synagogue, 600 S.W. 7th Ave. Children of the Beth El Hebrew and Sunday Schools who will participate in the program are: May Ellen Silver. Nancy Essner, Bernice, Phyllis and Marsha Pearl, Marilyn Kornstein, Pattie Pearlman, Eileen August and Dolores Chernoff. Harriet Schwartz, Tarlene Chile and Linda Weiner will appear in musical numbers. Bernard Weiner will dedicate a poem to mothers. Honors will be awarded to the youngest and oldest mothers present. Hillel Spaghetti Supper The Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women will sponsor a spaghetti supper Wednesday evening at 6:3 at the Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Mrs. Albert Levick and Mrs. Bernard Abramson are co-chairmen of the affair. Assisting them will be the Sharet BBYW under the leadership of Mrs. Arnold Lewis, advisor. Also on the committee are: the Mesdames Tessie Solomon, Louis Beak, Helen Hechler, Sam Pearlman and Nathan Slomowitz. Hillel keys will also be awarded. I'niTOR'S NOTE. The author of this article has written the biography of "Rabbi J. H. I^evenberg" .inil a b'>nk of essays, "Holiday Symbols," which has received national recoicnitlon. Rabbi Ever s^ttlt-d in Miami Beach in September. 1948. as the Southeastern Director of Y<-shiva University. By RABBI ISAAC H. EVER Greater Miami Jewry, its spiritual, communal and civic leaders will, this coming Sunday evening, gather to pay tribute to the memory of one who fathered the great Mizrachi World movement for Israel liberation, who directed its efforts during the trooubled years of its history, who inspired it with his genius and enriched it with the beauty and nobility of his own soul, the immortal champion of a nation's deathless hope —Rabbi Meir Berlin. When we meet on this solemn day, it is to recall the events of Rabbi Berlin's brilliant career, to mourn the bitter loss we sustained through his death, and to renew our allegiance to the cause which he has bequeathed to us as a sacred trust. There is exultation mingled with our sorrow, a sense of triumph with our grief, as we, his disciples, we, his sons and daughters, have, by the kindness of a merciful Providence, been privileged to witness, together with Rabbi Berlin, the realization of a close to two thousand year dream, the attainment of the goal which Rabbi Berlin had so lavishly squandered his fortune and spent his life. The majestic figure of Rabbi Berlin disappeared from the scene of Israel. Now, at last, Israel has emerged—risen out of a world in ruins. He is bruised, torn and bleeding but in his eyes shines the wonderful light It is the light that illuminated his path through 1879 years of exile, the light that glowed in Rabbi Berlin's eyes and cast its radiant beams about his regal person— the light of prophecy. Israel has stretched forth his hands to claim his birthright and with so much blood shed his claim, finally, has been allowed and recognized. Who then wil say that Rabbi Meir Berlin is dead? Rabbi Berlin has come to life from a long line of great Jewish personalities. He is resurrected today in millions of Jewish homes. His fire burns in every loyal Jewish heart. His courage, his zeal inspired the vanguard, the pioneers of the Jewish people in Israel to acts of heroism and to acts of religious faith. Rabbi Berlin lives in us, and through us. He lives side by side with our leaders and prophets of the past. Together with us, the heirs of his vision, he will take up his abode eternally in the free, beautiful, peace-pursuing and justice-loving Israel state, of which he had so nobly dreamed. Rabbi Berlin had a charming disposition and sense of humor, which made him a popular figure at Zionist Congresses. His tall figure, and the dreamy eyes of a poet, give him a striking and picturesque appearance. As the leader to the Orthodox Zionist wing of Judaism the world over, he combined sincere piety with modern culture. He was a linguist also, a writer of note, a speaker, a statesman of distinction. Everyone felt the influence and the spell of his great personality.* Standing on the threshold of the new epoch in the life of Israel, facing the great task of turning dreams into realities, we must inevitably turn to the spiritual image of one who was a great Zionist visionary in modern times —Rabbi Berlin. He possessed all the qualities of a leader of men, suavity and sterness, knowledge of men and strength of will, devotion to his followers and fairness of judgment; and all qualities were so equally and harmoniously united, that he almost approached perfection of human type. This harmony and marvelous symmetrical combination of qualities alone would make Rabbi Berlin great, for only few in a generation are thus endowed. It certainly made him the fearless leader of the Religious-Zionist movement. This equilibrium, however great as it was, and spiritual though it was, still was too closely connected with Rabbi Berlin. We can picture it vividly, but never restore it, and no matter how his leadership and personality is needed in our times, we can only mourn his loss and nothing else. But the eternal and immortal in him. the sincerity, the infinite belief in the realization of the ideal, the vision and sacrifice will always serve for us as a well of inspiration in our great task of today. Miami Zionists To Hold All-Day Outing, Dinner The Miami Zionist District will sponsor an all-day outing and dinner on Sunday, May 29, at the Quarter Deck Club, anchored twelve miles out on the bay. Boats will leave pier 9, city docks, for the club at 2 and 4 p.m. A program of entertainment has been arranged by co-chairmen Harry and Jennie Gordon. Sisterhood To Install The Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah will install its its new officers at the Belmar Hotel, Miami Beach, Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Hannah Lencer is chairman of the affair. Boarh AJC To fiv< Games Party The Miami Beach Chapter of the Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress is sponsoring a games-party at the Wofford Hotel on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Proceeds will go toward the Memorial Fund of the Louise Waterman Wise Hostel in Israel. Chairman of the Hostel Fund is Mrs. Ben Green; chairman of the games-party, Mrs. Mac Weiner; co-chairman, Mrs. Carl Rafey. Tickets may be purchased at the door and the public is invited to attend. Jewish Funeral Directors Will Convene Here Making the Delano Hotel their headquarters, the Jewish Funeral Directors of America, Inc., will convene in Miami Beach Nov. 1922, it was announced by managing director, James J. Carroll. Approximately 500 delegates, members and their wives are expected to attend. National officers of the organization are Benjamin F. Solomon, Brookline, Mass., president; vice presidents, Morton Etkin, Buffalo, N. Y., Leonard Labowitch, Cleveland, Ohio, and Moses M. Bernstein, Athens, Ga.; Judah Rosenberg, Philadelphia, secretary; and Leonard A. Levine, Philadelphia, treasurer. Editor of Hebrew Added To U-M Curriculum A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, has just been officially informed that Hebrew 101 and Hebrew 102 have been included among the regularly scheduled language courses to be given by the University of Miami in the fall term 1949. This information is included in the new Uriversity Bulletin. Students taking Hebrew will be given credit toward trie two-year language requirement. For the past two terms, Hebrew was given in the evening division of the University. Mr. Gannes was the instructor. With the inclusion of Hebrew in the regular day sessions, the University of Miami joins the other two hundred and sixty-seven colleges and universities offering Hebrew for credit. Mr. Gannes stated that he hopes to get the Board of Instruction of Dade County to act favorably in the introduction of Hebrew as a modern language in the public high schools. the group's quarterly magazine is Bernard Schwartz. On the agenda will be three business sessions devoted to discussions of the profession. Entertainment plans for the visitors tentatively include a boatride, a Saturday night cocktail party, a fashion show, and night club visit, concluding with a banquet and dance. Beach Center Religious Schools To Sponsor Arts And Crafts Exhibit An exhibit of aU work done by the arts and crafts classes of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Daily Religious and Sunday Schools will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room No. 1 of the school building, 1415 Euclid Ave. Prizes will be given for outstanding work in the field of handicrafts. The various media with which the students have worked include leather craft, clay modelling, textile painting, linoleum carving, wood work and painting. Students whose work has been singled out as meritorious are Mathew Wilson, Susan Carey and Barbara Oppenheim. Other in the class who have contributed their handiwork to the exhibit are: Marty Nash, Morton Schnall, Paul Roth, Harvey Thalblum, Stuart Rubin, Neil Kaplan, Bernard Friedman, Robert and Ronald Molko, Joel Brown, Diane Berk, Arthur Dainov, Leonard Morgen, Robert Nabatoff, Alan Litowitz, Monroe Alechman, Morris Bailey, Jerry Ross, Joel Willens, Shayna Rosenstrauch, Donald Hertz, Paul Weiss, Sheila Levine and Kenneth Paulen. Miss Selma Kauffman is arts and crafts instructor. p PJewlstifkxMian Publlahed every Friday elnce 1? u y The Jewi.h Florldian at 120 N e. Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. *ntared aa aecond-claaa matter WJ iS0, at the Poet Office of Miami. Fla., under the Act of March i. '•'• Tht> Jewleh Florldlan haa %  "• 0 !" J! •he Jawleh Unity and tha J"JH" Weekly. Member of the Jawleh TajS raphlc Agency, Savon Arta Faatur" yndlcate. Worldwide Newe 8j rv ';!' National editorial Aaaoclat.on, MMffi can Association of EnQileh-Jawien Newepapera. 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PAGE TWELVE +Jeistlkrl C husband Jules; "JTaughto?*^ 5 umanu Kauders, a B ,„ r ^ i*. SSSSPk i'-J broths JU '? P. ZOOker of Toronto, KEfi £ Memorial Chapel on Miami £5 With Rabbi Column A. Zw?,L** nciating. Interment was In thTiw" pie Israel plot of the S^2Sl Memorial Bark Cemetery. "" %  "" ALEXANDER SUBERMAN ^ gc ?*• SS.* W ,i,h K2t suduenly Friday afternoon uW home. He was a retired lurriir !Z had lived here for the paitTiS no is survived by his wile, tYtdT^. MM, Jack and Irwin; one nn Beach, N. J., died %  a New Jersey hospital Mav 5. ght Naves seven sons. Including im and lyon, Miami, and one daughter. She was buried in Long Branch SUj OSCAR GLANCKOPF Age 7S, of 311 Sheridan Ave., Ml. ami Bench, passed away Sunk}. Coming here from New York, he in a resident of this area for 14 .run and was n retired millinery mainfacturer. Burvlvon include his daughter, Mrs. Eugenia Appleton, and granddaughter, Mrs. Margaret R. Ituchw.ild, Miami Beach. Funeral ger> icea were held at Gordon Funeral Hume with entombment in Woodlawn Mausoleum. Max Skit. %  JS in Hunt INSECTICIDES FUMIGATING EXTERMINATING EARL WHITFORD APEX PEST CONTROL SERVICE 3582 N. W. 22nd Ave. Phone 3-7500 D R PHILIP B 5 T E R N ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY AT 960 NORMANDY DRIVE • NORMANDY ISLES MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA TELEPHONE BY APPOINTMENT %  a •2455 Burbridge According to all indications the many friends of Bill Burbridge feel that he will accede to the request of his supporters and again qualify as a candidate for the Miami Beach city council in the forthcoming election. Burbridge an incumbent and a member of the council for the past twenty years, is expected to confirm this announcement this weekend Burbridge has been a leader in the many civic betterment projects throughout Miami Beach's growing years. AUGUST BROS ftw: 1 la the OtSTf *" 4 % t I i % % % r-rv***'"\ SMALL RESTAURANT TO SELL OR RENT DOWNTOWN MIAMI — ALL NEW EQUIPMENT LONG ESTABLISHED GOOD BUSINESS FOR RIGHT PERSON WRITE P. O. BOX 3224. MIAMI 20 AAA*^********^! 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 my %  obtained by calling our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackonkf. 818 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach. Phone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIH, SecyA. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL. Trtss. PLAN NOW TO ATTEND SHOLEM LODGE'S MAGIC SHOW AND DANCE featuring LESLIE QUIGG and •JOHN .1All.\ nrhe Magic Man" at FLAGLER GARDENS SUNDAY. MAY 22nd. 1W Donation $1.25 — tax incL For further information call 82-5684 £KlL&f3Ct aVi i fea S itw fc tf Jta Sfei'tAimSiSSB



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MAY 13. 1949 jjjew Procedure For To Israel Announces Parcels Consul T„ nrder to facilitate the clear. In „? standard gift food parcels M „t to Israel, as well ss some Isent M '. g ift items exceeding Klddlan?n value (refrigeral flX> radios, washing, machines, RS /new procedure is to be l e,c) :,' \*A at the Consulate GenHS o Sad. effective immediI lv according to an anounceJelit made by Gideon Strauss, feoenized food parcel agencies railed upon to prepay cusfL a the time of the dispatch Mhe standard parcels as dermined in Israel recently. This Ju avoid delay in clearing the Keb through customs at the Israel end. No such arrangements are being Jde for self-packed non-stand$ gift food parcels valued at tos than fifteen Israeli pounds bout sixty dollars) where duty ,5l be collected only at the Israel end. There will also be no hange in procedure as regards (Ml other than food up to value of'fifteen Israeli pounds per shipTor gifts valued at over fifteen nounds, in particular domestic appliances, such as refngeratois. washing machines, radios, etc., Israel government charges may now be prepaid at the American I crd Prepayment of customs duty will eliminate the waiting period for the import license granted in Israel since the payment voucher obtained from the Consulate General in New York will entitle parties to ship the goods immcJiatclv. While import licenses will still have to be obtained by the recipient, he may apply for same while the shipment is en route to Israel. Exact details may be obtaied from the Consulate General, 11 East 70th St., New York I City. \. Short? Lodge To Install May 25 afa. and Mrs. Mark Silverstein will be installed as presidents of the North Shore Lodge and North Shore Women's Chapter B'nai B'rith at a joint installation banquet and dance scheduled foi Wednesday, May 25, at the Saxony Hotel. This is the first instance in local B'nai B'rith annals that a husband and wife have been chosen to lead B'nai B'rith units simultaneously. Silverstein is a Miami Beach attorney. Civic leaders have been invited to participate in the ceremonies. The committee making arrangements includes Leonard Tobin, wo L. Steinman, A. J. Kaplan. George s. Levinson, Sam Solloway David Fenton, Mrs. Dan wolfson, Mrs. Nathan Feinberg, Mrs. David J. Shiftman and Mrs. Stanley Phillips. Wanted Information is being sought of me whereabouts of John Berg, rt u, k Ber 6. an d John Berger n behalf of his wife, Norma, a re.dent of Washington. D. C. S L Ber g claims she lost touch ran her husband in 1945, and is eager to re-establish contact with n m m order to determine his mini 5 lans toward he r and their !" nor daughter, Rosemary Aline. ihirM !' a native of North bs t rn on A P ril 14 1899, Do,L 1 ln tal1 weights 175 Sft ft black -g'^ing hair. ES !" blue eyes, worked as hand A" and al *> as a dock ent u,i? nyone aware f his presoml h n T about!J is requested to fiS n te Wlth the National SnS?k B 7 Ur N U, Y 105 Nassau St AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 04 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 Sales and Service AUTO LOCKS SPEEDOMETERS WmpsHIELI) WIPERS AUTO GLASS & PARTS SUN VISORS J A JS2! UGHT S 4*L!L IL N J. P. NILON Persons Sought The Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women announces that the following individuals are seeking to contact lost relatives: Jehuda Kurnack (Kornecki) in Frankfurt, Germany, is seeking his uncle S. Berenstein, last known address Box 675, South Miami, Fla. Hersh Frydberg in Germany, is seeking his uncle Ben Friedberg, born in Wilno, Lithunia, and who was known to have a business in Miami Beach and boarding house in Rockaway, N. Lydia Kamentski in Austria is seeking family of husband's uncle. Davidovic supposed to live in Florida. Anna-Sarah Bialek, born 1904 in Glewitz, Germany, is seeking her brother-in-law Willi Brauner, born 1899, formerly living in New York and now reported to be living in Florida. Ibolya (Feig) Katz, born 1915 in Hungary, is seeking his father Sam Katz, last known address 481 E. Houston St., New York, and reported to have moved to Florida. Flora Seifter of Newark, N. J. is seeking Elizabeth Hahn born in Vienna in 1909, formerly living in New York with her sister but now reported to be living in Miami. Perec Cukerman of Germany is seeking his cousins, children of Shumel and Ethel Kaufman, born in Lithuania and now living in Florida. Sonja Hillstein of Bari, Italy, born in Bessarabia in 1914 is seeking her uncle and aunts, one uncle Hyman Kramerman whose last known address was 1530 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Feige (Beiska) Netkin, daughter of Itla Lefkowitz, now living in New York, is seeking her uncle Lazar Lefkowitz, born in Poland and now reported to be a hotel owner in Florida. Ita (Rubinfeld) Reisenbach of Canada, formerly of Poland, is seeking her uncle Jacob Klinger, born in Poland, son of Rubin and Masha, who formerly lived in New York but now reported to be living in Florida. Lev Berlinger, son of Isaak, a bookbinder of Vitebak, is seeking his cousin Yankel Nechamkin, son of Hersh, born 1887, a painter reported working in an auto factory. Irma (Wolfstein) Scheyer, in the Netherlands, is seeking Siegfried and Gerda Rollmann, children of Rosalie Rollmann, probably living in Florida. Gisela (Salomon) Barausch, born in Rumania is seeking her cousin Gisela (Waldner) Reinhold, born in Rumania, age about 56, who remarried (present husband's name unknown) and reported living in Miami. Chaye (Meyerovitz) Zablocki, in Germany, born in Poland, is seeking M. Stamplman who is living in Florida. Gitel (Rachman) Brawer, Jewish DP Camp in Germany, is seeking her cousin Boruch Stein, born in 1902 in Lithuania, and reported to be living in Florida or California. Martha Peters of Hanover, Germany, is seeking Yolan Liebermann (Weip), about 30 years old, from Hungary. Anyone with information as to whereabouts of any of the individuals sought is asked to call 3-6554. Estelle Lieberman of the Jewish Social Service Bureau announces that Mrs. Ida Apter, Capetown, South Africa, who is now visiting in St. Louis, Mo., is seeking her brother, Sam Burstein, from whom she has not heard in 25 years. Burstein, who is about 55 years old, was born in Dwinsk, Russia, and is the son of Isaac and Esther. He formely lived in Portchester, N. Y., but is reported living in Florida. Anyone who can furnish information as to Burstein's whereabouts is asked to call Miss Lieberman at 3-5377. +Jewisti Meridian Beach Comber To Race Air Brakes At Biscayne PAGE ELEVEN So much interest was created in the special match race between £ %  Cornber and Air Brakes at me Biscayne dog track last Saturday that the management immediately started plans for similar events during the waning days at the northside oval. Now the idea is to rematch this pair in a test over the futurity route and another tussle over the Biscayne Course. These three events would cover the 3 distances raced at the track. Another special interest affair combines this pair in a four-way duel with Whity's Special and Missouri Dasher, a couple of sensational juveniles which possibly could defeat the seasoned Beach Comber and Air Brakes. Such a race would create a tremendous amount of interest among greyhound fans and whet their appetites for the final fling of the season, the Derby. That will be run May 31 after which no more dog days or nights in Miami until next November. The William Fineran Memorial race is scheduled for May 26 with derby eliminations slated along about that time. All of which augurs a hectic windup to the 1948-1949 greyhound racing season. Miamians Win S|M' k -h Honors Two Greater Miamians are back at the University of Florida after winning debating honors at three tournaments. They are Jordan Bittel of Miami Beach and Walter Apfelbaum of Miami, both members of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, who walked off with first place and finalist in extemporaneous speaking at Waco, Tex., and went on to win first place in debating at the Georgetown Invitational in Washington. The tour concluded at the Grand National Tourney at Fredericksburg, Va., where Bittel took first place in after-dinner speaking and interpretive reading and Apfelbaum landed in the top ten for public discussion. Bittel was recently initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic fraternity, and Florida Blue Key. Other Miamians to make Blue Key are Melvin Frumkes, Jerry T. Simmons, Ted Wittner and Sanford Freed. CARE Kosher Package Is Approved By Rabbis NEW YORK, N. Y.—A new and improved CARE kosher food package, approved by the Rabbinical Council of America and the Union of Orthodox Congregations, is announced today by Paul Comly French, executive director of the non-profit organization. The package contains 22 pounds, ten ounces net of approved kosher foods, with more meat, rice, fish and beverages than the previous CARE kosher parcel. Such items as increased quantities of meat, shortening, coffee, tea and chocolate make the parcel, both from the viewpoint of variety of contents and shortages abroad, of greatly increased value to European recipients, French said. If the contents were purchased at retail in this country, he said, the new kosher parcel would cost two dollars more than the former parcel. The package is delivered abroad, with delivery guaranteed to individual recipients or for relief purposes, at a complete cost of ten dollars, $12.50 in Berlin, due to added expense of air transport. Discussion Group to Meet First meeting of a new discussion group to be held twice monthly is slated for Monday evening at the Miami Y. Topic for discussion will be the Atlantic Pact. The committee consists of Leo Sheiner, chairman, Leo Alpert, Jack Simon, Leo Fisk and Fred Grossberg. 3 Installed In Tri Beta Three members were installed in the Tri Beta Council of the YMHA by President Barbara Wesson last week at the home of Myra Gerson, 240 S.W. 15th Road. The formal installation was for Anne Myer, Sally Hairlique and Elinor Cohen. The ceremony was followed by a get-together and a song fest. The group held a Mother's Day tea at the home of Dotty Singer, 1822 S.W. 12th Ave. EUen Stone, Lorraine Jacobskind, Lila Pearl, Dotty Singer and Sandra Stein participated in the program. The members have recently collected books for the children at the Miami Cardiac Home, and are now collecting novels for the veterans at Pratt General Hospital and text books for Negro students. ^^ NOW THERE'S MORI BUDWEISER ...and there will be still more as our vast expansion program continues Yiddish Theatre On the Air W1NZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. 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HBKSHHHMMB0MiMSHENS)flH9BSIl^H9B PAGE TO. +Jewistifkr*J**i LEGAL NOTICES ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK ELKVKNTII JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 124604. JOSEPH MASTRODONATO, Plaintiff, vs. ETHEL MASTRODONATO. Defendant. TO: ETHEL MASTRODONATO. E-5 Boston Court, Atlantic City. New Jersev. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 9th day of June, 1949, otherwise decree pro confeBso will be entered against you. Dated this 10th day of May, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) Bv R. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 61T Seybold Building Miami, Florida 5/13-20-27 6/3 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Oxfords at 102 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MIRIAM SEIDERMAN EMANUEL SEIDERMAN Partners 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 Budget Dress Shop at 793 N. E. 125th St., North Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DOROTHY L. GOLDMAN 5/13-20-27 6/3-10 FRIDAY, MAY 13, 194$ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Jo-Jo's Tavern at 1163 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARRY HURWITZ, Sole Owner -. %  13-20-27 6/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring tu engage in business under the fictitious name of Fairmont Hotel at 1000 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida., JERRY SAMET SAM SAl'SOVITZ Partners OE< 'RGE CHERTKOF Olympla Bldg. Attorney for Applicants 5/13-20-21 I I ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDAIS' CHANCERY. No. 124611. RUDOLF FAUST. Plaintiff. vs. ADDIE C. FAUST, Defendant. TO: ADDIE C. FAUST 69-53 74th SI. Middle Village, I/ong Island, N. Y. You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against you by RUDOLF FAUST on or before the in day of June, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. IIIINE AM> ORDERED this 10 day Of May. 1949. „ ., E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff ;, 13-20-27 S/8 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. IRENE V BOLNIK, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT PHILLIP BOLNIK, Defendant. TO: ROBERT PHILIP BOLNIK, S Hayes Drive, Tuckahoe. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file vour appearance or answer to the Bill "of Complaint for Divorce in this rause on or before June 9th. 1949; otherwise said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 9th day of May, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Sea.) __ RIC£ JR Deputy Clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. 5/13-20-27 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 S. 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 12442s. MURIEL SHI.OMKi >WITZ MEYEROWITZ. Plaintiff, vs. BORIS an FROWITZ, Defendant. YOU BORIS MEYEROWITZ. UK. Quentin Road. Brooklyn. New Tort. are notified to file row appearan. e in the above cause for divorce, on or^before June 6. 1949. or a decree pro confesso will be entered against >oir. DAT | D B ^HERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit" Court Seal)^ ft ^^ Deputy Clerk. MAX R. SILVER Attornev for Plalntlrr 922 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 5/6-13-20-27 6/3 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. 5th Street, Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH GERTLER 5/6-13-20-27 6/S ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 124493. 'THOMAS EDWARD HERoLD. Plaintiff, vs. HELEN ELIZABETH HEROLD, Defendant. TO HELEN ELIZABETH HEROLD, 821 Western Connersvllle. Indiana You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against you by THOMAS EDWARD HEROLD. on or before the 6 day of June, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 5 day of May, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Weal) By CHARLES BOLAND, Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for plaintiff 5 13-20-27 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that j the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TOWER CLEANERS at 1420 8. W. Sth 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 INORDER OF PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,:i.EVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCLIr OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. JOSEPH COLANDRO. Plaintiff, vs, CHARLOTTE COLANDRO, DefendTO'CHARLOTTE COLANDRO. 59 Ruxton Road, Great Neck, Long Island, New York. __„ YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 8th day of June. 1949. Dated this 9th day of May, 1949. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 617 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 5/13-20-27 6/3 M. C. FE1GE. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. BARBARA ANN WHITNEY, Plaintiff, vs. JACK L. WHITNEY, Defendant. TO: JACK L. WHITNEY. 502.', Fifth Street, N.W. Washington, D. C. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance or answer to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce In this cause on or before June 6th. 1949; otherwise said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 6 day of May, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT, Atty. for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 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 Hopkins Publications at 5926 N. W. 22nd Ave.. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID SHUBOW. Sole Owner 5/13-20-27 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrin* to engage in business under the fictitious name of LITTLE RIVIERA COCKTAIL LOUNGE at number 16J N.E. .9th 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 ARONOVITZ, WE1NKLB & ARONOVITZ 748 Seybold Bldg. Attorneys for Applicants 5 /6-13-20-27 6/3 __ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I HE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 124868. ALBERT WTR1CKOFF, Plaintiff, vs. CLARA STRICKOFE, Delendant. THE STATE OF FI^ORIDA: TO: CLARA STRICKOFF 2941 West 29th Street Coney Island Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified and ordered to file your appearance to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce in the above-stvled 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 GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MARILYNS GIFT SHOPPE at 102., Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County^orlda.^ MARILYN FRANK E. DAVID ROSEN Attorney for applicants 5/6-13-20-27 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 'llTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 124259 JOHN F. HALIK. 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 vou by JOHN F. HALIK on or before "the 26 dav of May. 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 26 day "' A r "m9 E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court £. H RICR JR Deputy Clerk. TURK 4 NEWMAN Solicitors for Plaintiff 4/29 5/6-13-20 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UND^ncTlTioV NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVl-v ,w the underslgnod. deslrln* to enga*. i business under the fictitious" r, ln "469 BARat 469 West FSK%? ','? "' Miami. Florida. Intends to re* ,T' sa Id name with the Clerk of .„ r cult Court of Dade County, Florid? ROSE NORR rlor 'c, eased NOTICE is hereby given that I tiavj filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator or the estate of MAT1LOA uubituuA deceased; and thnt on the 16 day of May, 1949. will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge ol Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of MATILDA OBERLEIN, deceased. This 15th day of April] 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 flctltioua name of SAM'S SWAP SHOP at S. W 6th Street, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAM RANDELL MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 4/29 5/6-13-20-27 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DA UK COCNTT, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 124224. GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK, Plaintiff. vs MORRIS LEVINBOOK, Defendant. TO: MORRIS LEVINBOOK 3.144 12th Avenue Brooklyn, New York You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed agsinsi you bv GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK on or before the 26 day of May. otherwise the allegations of said HI will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED THIS b day of April, 1949. ....... E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR. Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff 4/29 6/6-13-20 MARION BROOKS Solicitor for Plaintiffs 819 Olympla Bldg. 4/22-28 6/6-12 C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0U8 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GUV EN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or Joy San Shoes at 1337 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida intend. to register said name with the t er of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F 0rlda L. FRIEDLER. Owner BURNETT ROTH Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicant 4/29 6/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE 18 OTRBJM GIVENf that the undersigned, desiring to engage ra business under the fictitious nnM Tamlaml Hotel at 203 WTjjtJfWJ Street, Miami. Florida. Mg&L of register said name with the Oert the Circuit Court of Dade w> Fl0r da HERMAN SCHULMAN HARRY DIETZ Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicant 4/29 6/6-13-20 ORDER OF PUBL CATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O* Qf 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUn E 88&r' JVC5AY. NO. HERBERT ROSENBERO PWgg vs. DORIS ROSENBERG, YOtT, DORIS ROSENBERO. jj Paseo Boulevard. .Kansw CW* „. city, •ouri,' are notified to rn ?y -j,. pearance In the above "%,. or • vorce, on or before May •. ente red Decree Pro Confesso wi" en against you. DATED: APH'J^MAN. Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) FEME. y Deputy ClertMAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff j 4/21 8/e-ia-M-** —


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PAGE TWO I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF Consulate Of Israel In Los Angeles Before reaching Los Angeles, I had planned to visit the Israeli Consulate. This phenomenion is, no doubt, of interest to everyone. But I had more personal reasons. I also wanted to see the Consul himself, my friend Reuvan Dafni, who came on a secret mission to Miami, when the Haganah was preparing to come to grips with the Arabs and the British in a life and death struggle for the sovereignty of Palestine. At the Miami Beach home of Benjamin Kane, a small group met. Reuvan was hesitant about making a speech, for he said he had never had previous experience. I remember telling him "get up and say in simple language the things you yourself experienced." Today, he sways vast audiences; as a speaker, this hero is grcately in demand. The Jewish Underground When I say hero, I am not euphemizing. The story of the Jewish underground during the war is yet to be written. The names of Hanna Senesh, Gisi Fleischman. Joel Brandt, Euzo Sereni, Joel Nussbarker, Haym Hermish. Avi and Joshua Frachtenberg must never be forgotten. Among these and other parachuiers, Reuvan Dafni landed behind the Nazi lines and matched wits with the Gestapo and S.S. in the unequal struggle to rescue Jews from the incinerators. Reuvan has also to his credit the lives of 120 American flyers, whom he saved from the Nazis. Anticipations On my way to the office, I was settling down mentally to a good chat and a leisurely lunch. Since seeing Reuvan, I had read Marie Syrian's "Blessed is the Match" and had some detailed questions about his underground activities. On reaching the building. 208 If You Desire JEWISH CUISINE Try These LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SMOKED SALMON CHOPPED LIVER TOMATO HERRING SOUR CREAM SPECIALS SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor W. 8th St., I scanned the list of tenants and was unable to find anything under the name Consul or Israel. As I turned to ask the starter, my eyes beheld on the wall large gilded letters in Hebrew and English "Consulate of Israel." With a warm inner feeling, I stepped out of the elevator into the 12th floor. Having had my passport visad in a number of Consular offices. I expected a single room, divided into a reception foyer and a business cubicle, with a girl at the desk reading the latest thriller, asking my business and ushering me into the back chambers where the Consul would sit twiddling his thumbs, thankful for a visitor to break the monotony and boredom. Sez you! On opening one of the double doors, I entered a suite. The reception room was large, furnished in quiet, good taste, with a railing to keep out stragglers. About 8 people were waiting, presumably to see the Consul. A pretty, dark-eyed girl in a trim navy blue gabardine suit was informing an elderly gentleman in detail how to reach Eretz Israel. Dignified Efficiency I waited until the girl behind the railing finished her phone conversation in Hebrew. She then asked how she could help me. "Mr. Dafni!" I answered laconically .'Have vou an appointment?" "No. I do not." Her eyes ran over the line of people waiting. She continued tactfully. "I doubt if Mr. Dafni can see you today. Perhaps. I can help you." "No, I'm just loafing. This is merely a friendly call. I once met Mr. Dafni in Miami.'' She wrote my name on a slip of paper and sent it to the inner sanctum. This young lady is evidently an adept in getting rid of nudnicks. While waiting. I questioned the girl during the intervals she was free of the telephone. The suite contains 7 rooms. The force consists of 7 girls and 2 men. With the possible exception of the Mexican office, the Israeli Consulate is the busiest on the West Coast. Yet it does not appear hectic. The atmosphere is dignified without being solemn. The force is businesslike and cordial, neither austere nor familiar. There is in evidence a quiet efficiency, which is not show, nor pushing, nor officious. From 400 to 500 people are handled each month. The Consul confers daily with an average of 15 people. About 900 letters come in and 1200 go out monthly. Reuvan Dafni The phone buzzed. The girl answered a simple "kain" (O.K. in Hebrew) and nodded to me "that door." Reuvan received me most cordially. But what a change. In Miami he seemed so youthful, somewhat ill at ease in a strange environment, and slightly gauche. Now he is the suave man of the world, who consciously represents with respect and dignity the sovoieign State of Israel. Of course his maY Boxing Tournament The Miami YMHA athletic department will stage a no-agelimit boxing tournament for an Y members at its gymnasium on Thursday evening. May 19Training sessions to prepare the tournament participants are being conducted at the Miami Y each Sunday morning at 10 a.m. and Monday and Thursday evenings at 8 pm. under the leadership or boxing coach. Herman Miller. Sorority Fetes Mothers Rho Chapter of Iota Alpha Pi sorority held its annual Mothers Day luncheon Sunday at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. The pledge class sponsored the entertainment which included original songs. ^^^ FRIDAY, MAY 13, turity can also be attributed to his recent marriage with the talented daughter of Meir Grossman, the leader of the Revisionist Zionists. Yes, confirmed Feuvan. his office is maintained at high gear. Like Gaul, his job is divided into 3 parts. First: the routine work of every consulate, granting the visas, authentication of documents, attestation of records, certification of notaries, identification of persons, the protection of nationals. Second: furnishing information about Israel, constant attention to problems of import and export, promoting trade relations, stimulation of commerce and industry for the new state, advising as to investments. Extra-curricula Activities Yet the Israeli office is not quite the conventional Consulate. Questions began pouring in. The regular staff soon became swamped with an ever increasing volume of requested information —ranging from the cost of a pound of butter in the Emek to the private religious convictions of the Prime Minister. An Offict of Information had to be set up as an adjunct to the Consulate. Its staff of 3 arranges press conferences, furnishes releases to newspapers, acquaints would-be settlers with their problems in tha infant state, ad advises tourists how to travel in safety and comfort. But the unique feature of this Consulate is that tenuous, imponderable task known as public relations. Reuvan Dafni receives from 25 to 30 requests we^klv to speak in the 7 states constituting his jurisdiction. He has no free evenings; for even entertainments, dinners to colleagues, receptions in other Consulates are all part of his job. The Israel Digest, published twice a month by the Office of Information, an official sheet packed with facts, is mailed to newspapers, periodicals, Chambers of Commerce, civic bodies, educational institutions, radio commentators, and leading Jews, all within the district. The impact of the Consulate is felt in the community. There are 120 students and 350 visitors, all Israeli nationals. From 6 to 8 visas are issued daily, of which one-fourth are to permanent settlers. Income from visas, stamps, authentications, ect., already covers one-third of the Consulate costs. It is fair to assume that this office will soon be self supporting. Debate Winners to Speak At Luncheon Meeting Roy Adkins and Bob Miller, winners of the Dade County High School Debate Contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith I will describe their recent trip to Washington, D. C, at the weekly luncheon meeting of the lodge today at 12:15 p.m. at the Downtowner Restaurant. The two studentsand their debate coach, Hugh Allsworth of Miami Edison High School, recently visited the nation's capital for one week as the first prize in the annual contest. In Washington they were entertained by Florida legislators, Senators Claude Pepper and Spessard Holland and Representative George A. Smathers. They also met FBI chief, John Edgar Hoover, and Attorney General Tom Clark. William L. Pallot will preside at the luncheon meeting. FDR Chapter To Sponsor Smoker, Games Party FDR Chapter. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jewtet>ncricfiarr FRIDAY. MAY 13, Josephine Zinner To Wed Charles Marks Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Zinner, formerly of Canton, Chio, and now residing in Steubenville, anMiss Josephine Zinner nounee the engagement of their daughter, Josephine, to C" )es A. Marks, son of Mr. prr -s. Morris Marks, 900 16th bt., Miami Beach. The bride-to-be graduated from Canton Lehman High School and attended Ohio State University. She was an officer of the Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women of Miami Beach for two consecutive years Mr. Marks attended scho> i in Malverne, L. I., New York -id served four years in the A.A.F. as a member of the troop carrier command. He is a partner with his brother in Randall Co., Inc., toy representatives. The wedding will take place at the Atlantis Hotel, Miami Beach, on June 19 with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Personally Speaking... The R. Epsteins of 1531 Daytonia Road, Miami Beach, have left for their summer home at 5058 N. Hamlin Ave., Chicaqo. -* -K -* Max Rosenstein and family, Carlyle Hotel, Miami Beach, left last Thursday for their annual summer vacation. They will be in Brooklyn, N. Y. Vacationing together at the Delano Hotel in Miami Beach are Bronx residents, Mr. and Mrs. David Feder, Mrs. Rebecca Silver and Louis Greenberg. Mr. Greenberg, the brother of Mrs Feder and Mrs. Silver, will remain for 10 days, while the rest of the family continues its Beach stay for a month. Friends of theirs in the area who are entertaining them include Mr. and Mrs. Sol Fisher, their courins Mr. and Mrs. I. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Me1 ; ~h and Mr u\d Mrs. Morty Gottlieb of Lakeview Drive. Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan returned to their home at 6996 iian Creek Drive, Miami Beach, today after a month at the aston Hotel, Miami Beach. ijrbert Silver, director of Osceola Camps, has recently retui led from Hendersonville, N.C., where he completed the ling of a modern new swimming pool at the boys' camp. + Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton left last week for a trip to Israel. Mr. and Mrs. S. Gurss, 561 N.E. 68th St., left yesterday for their summer home at Avon Lake, Ohio, and will remain in the North until the latter part of October. Mr. and Mrs. -tin Genet, 4940 Cherokee Ave., Miami Bea.'"n-iour~e '.'..e birth of a son Saturday, May 7, at Jackial tiospital. Mrs. Genet is the former Evelyn Moss mghter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brauner, Wilkessrn :-.em>. mner, f Barre, Pa. Beth David Sb'.erhood To Meet Wednesday Final meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood under the present administration will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Beth David Talmud Torah. Election of officers and boaH members will take place af* presentation of the slate by : : a .' Meyer Schwartz, chai ;:ian oi thnominating committee-. Also on the nominating committee are the Mesdames Harry Oliphant, Sam Traurig, Frank Rose .; .J Harry Shargaa. Mr. < ,i Mrs. William Glick will be hosts at a party tomorrow aftei >Ton in honor of the birthdays of their sons, Arthur ind Robert, 4. + Prominent Chicagoans who have been enjoying a sixweeks' vacciion at the Delano Hotel in Miami Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Hc.-.ry A. Naft, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Paddor, Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Go! r g, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Neirman. The Nafts have been ente ^ed by Miami Beach residents Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Schv irtz. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, and the Carl Weinkles. I. V. Goldberg is current president of the men's club of Chicago's Lawn Manor Community Center. The post was occupied by Mr. Naft for several years. %  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grossinger recently sailed for Europe aboard the Qu %  • ?n Mary. While there Grossinger, who is managina director of '..( %  Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel, Miami Beach, will observe ano :dy hotel management. %  Or a cruise of the aribbean are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapirj, 1411 Lenox Ave. fhey sailed from New Orleans on the luxury liner, Alcva Corsair, and will visit Kingston, Jamaica; Port of Spain 1 '...• Guaira, Puerto Cabello and Guanta, '".•a; C". •' iiujillo, Dominican Republic. From La r -" the "^niros will travel inland to Caracas, the Venezuelan car'iV :tiey will also motor from Kingston to Fern Valley in the Parish of St. Anne, the garden parish of Jamaica. Dr. and Mrs. Leo Fishbein were hosts to 250 guests at a isewarrt '-> Su..day afternoon in their home, 2535 Pine Tree Dr., Mianach. Music and a buffet were features of the affair which v ield on the terrace. avid Will Hold Movio > its? '. ; ,n M-s. Milton Segal and Lv d Schreid.ll are the ie. • r.nd directors of the • lo e premiered Sunday CV.T •••g at the Beth David Talmu Torah. iimovies were taken ii I out the year at all holiebrations and social acin which the children of the Sunday school and their parents have participated. A Palestinian film and a community sing movie will also be shown. Mrs. Joseph Milgrim is chairman of the evening. Assisting her are Mrs. Oscar Dworkin, tickets; Mrs. Al Lasko, Mrs. George Goldberg and Mrs. Harry Laufer, candy counter. / i De Beat.-Pepper lion, as Saxony quo!, W master. i /i iv < • Ardmore t


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fTUDAY. MAY 13, 1949 Miami To Honor j^atc Rabbi Berlin A Greater Miami memorial P vening on Sunday, May 15 at Congregation Beth Tfilah will be dedicated to the world renowned religious-Zionist leader, the late Rabbi Meir Berlin, president of t H hc World Mizrachi Organization who passed away Sunday, April ft in Jerusalum. Israel, while addressing a conference of the %  £33 Organization of Israel in the Holy Ciiy. The memorial evening will be sponsored by the Greater Miami vhTr.chi, Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, President, has announced. Spokesman for many groups and organof the Jewish community will Join the general public in paying their last respects to Rabbi BerRabbi Berlin was president of the World Religious-Zionist Movement since 1931 and vice President of all World Zionists Congresses held since 1921. He was considered for the presidency of Israel in the event Dr. Chaim Weizmann would not accept. In 1923 Rabbi Berlin was the president' of the Yeshiva University in New York City, which is now recognized the world over as the highest Jewish citadel of learning and the first Jewish University in the world. Participants in the program will include: Rabbi Simon April, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation; Rabbi Murray Grauer, Congregation Beth El; Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi emeritus Temple Israel of Miami; Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom; Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center; Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff. Beth Jacob Congregation; Rabbi David Raab, Temple Isaiah; Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv. Beth Tfilah Congregation; Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth David Congregation; Alfred E. Stone, president, Miami Beach Zionist District; Sidney L. Segall, president. Miami Zionist District; I. R. Goodman, chairman, Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council: Harold Shapiro, chairman, Jewish National Fund # Council. The memorial prayers will be chanted by Cantor Berele Kelemer, of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The public is invited to attend. Hadassah Holds Reward Affair The Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah held its Annual Reward Luncheon Tuesday at the Saxony Hotel. Miami Beach, with Mrs. Joseph I. Shawmut, chairman, and Mrs. I. A. Gidney, co-chairman. Their committee consisted of the Mesdames Harry Platoff, Milton Sirkin, Barney Weinkle, Leo Chaiken, Alexander Kogan, Arthur Simon and Lee Goldman. Two hundred and sixteen women attended. The luncheon was opened with the singing of America and Hatikvah by Mrs. Harold Cohen, accompanied by Mrs. Irving Genet at the piano. Mrs. Platoff gave the invocation. Mrs. Sirkin, president of the chapter, presented the seven presidents of the groups in an impressive candle lighting ceremony. Dr. Paul Beck, noted for his concert work in Europe, rendered several arias. He was acompanied bv Mrs. Olga Stern. Mrs. Lillian £ox gave a reading, accompanied by Steve Kessler. Mrs. Murray Grossman, vice President of the Southeastern Region of Hadassah, was the speakr for the afternoon. Her topic was "Hadassah and Israel." v V? stesscs were the Mesdames Nathan Kaplan, Jack Udell, Aelxander Kogan, Leon Ell, Bernard gWVerman, Irving Genet, Gidney, Milton Lehr, Wm. Levy, Ruth wttnmaa and Joseph Postol. +Je*lstfhr1dfon PAGE FIVE Joseph M. Rose Dinner To Honor Joseph M. Rose Joseph M. Rose, immediate past president of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, will be honored at a testimonial dinner to be held Sunday evening, I May 22, at 6:30 o'clock at the I Center, 1701 Washington Ave. Rose, a prominent Miami Beach hotel owner and long time resident, served two full terms as president of the synagogue and was succeeded by Harry Sirkin, incumbent president. Under Rose's leadership, the Center initiated construction of its present quarters. Jack A. Ablin is chairman ->f the dinner. Assisting him is Alfred Stone, co-chairman. Reservations may be made by calling the Jewish Center officu at 5-5654. Beach Mizrachi to Install Leaders The Miami Beach Mizrachi Women's Organization will install its newly elected officers Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Congregation vi Jacob Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be principal speaker and Mrs. Ida Karger, regional director of the organization, will serve as installing officer. Mrs. Sarah" Hochman will be installed as president of the group. Others who will take office are Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, first vice president; Mrs. Pauline Chill, second vice president; Mrs. Goldie Sir, third vice president; Mrs. Rebecca Silverstein, fourth vice president; Mrs. Eugenia Lillienfeld, treasurer; Mrs. Louis Feder, financial secretary; Mrs. Clara Brettholtz, recording secretary; Mrs. Gertrude Gurland, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Louis Lustig, JNF chairman; Mrs. Rebecca Katz, membership chairman; Mrs. Ida Friedman, refreshments chairman. Friends are invited to attend the ceremonies. DOV Chapter To Meet DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold a meeting Thursday at Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., according to an announcement by Mrs. Harry Steinbach, president. Beth Jacob To Celebrate Lag B'Omer Tuesday The annual Lag B'Omer field day of Beth Jacob Religious School will be held Tuesday afternoon at the Flamingo Park football field, according to Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader of the congregation. A program has been prepared by Rabbi Mescheloff and Jerry Carver, Miami Beach Y athletic director. George Hoffspiegel, Al Rosen and William Kline head the transportation committee and M. Bertman and Mrs. M. Wegman, faculty members, will supervise the activities. Refreshments will be served by the Sisterhood. BERNIE SAFFER Renders a I MIKIX. 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rmPAV. MAY 13, 1949 +Jewist)fk>ridflar PAGE THREE Cancer Detection Program Dependent On Success Ot Drive, Lewis Warns Frank warning was given Satlir dav that the whole cancer deyirtion program in Dade county Sends on the success of the curS campaign for membership ^d funds. T Gerald Lewis, president of **' Dade County Cancer Instiute announced that only $23 Sn had been raised so far m the drive for $97,450. "This is a very serious situation" Lewis said. "About three fourths of the goal is earmarked {o operate the new detection clinic which was opened for inspection two weeks ago. "This amount is the minimum needed to activate this program for early detection of cancer. Simple arithmetic shows that this life saving work cannot be done unless more funds are proV 'About $300,000 has been spent in building and equipping the clinic a basic part of the all-out war against cancer in this area. •The building, one of the most modern in the south, is being equipped with the latest eauinment for examination and deep therapv treatment. The institute plans a diagnostic and treatment clinic as the next step and the ultimate establishment of a complete cancer hospital. "All that is lacking is the brains and manpower to make this program an actuality," Lewis said. "It will be a tragedy if this facility, made possible through such planning and sacrifice, should be allowed to lie idle when the need is so great. "Cancer is a great killer that takes 3,000 lives in Florida every year. Modern research holds out hope for these victims. The principal weapon is early detection at tne stage in which treatment is usually successful. "We appeal to every citizen of Dade County to make a contribution and become a member of the Dade County Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society." B'nai B'rith Units Staging Drive For Members B'nai B'rith lodges in Greater Miami have entered the third week of their spring membership drive under the leadership of General Chairman George J. Bertman of Miami Beach. Houston Leader Will Address Fifth Anniversary Annual Meeting Of Beach Y Daniel Schlanger of Houston.honorary president and first Texas, president of the southern section of the National Jewish Welfare Board and a member of the N.J.W.B. board of directors, will be the principal speaker at A goal of 250 new members has | the fifth anniversary annual been set by the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, coordinators of the current drive. Miami Beach Lodge, North Shore Lodge and Sholem Lodge are expected to enroll the greatest portion of this quota. Highlighting the social events sponsored by the seven lodges will be a water carnival by Tropical Lodge; a stag smoker at Howard's Restaurant on the Trail by Coral Gables Lodge; and lox and bagel breakfasts by Sholem, Miami meeting of the YM & WHA of Miami Beach Sunday at 8 p.m. Schlanger is a graduate of the University of Texas and a well known attorney in Houston. He is the honorary president, past president of the Houston Jewish Community Center, chairman of the Houston Public Relations Committee and a board member of the Southwest Public Relations Committee. Mr. Schlanger, who is making the trip to Miami Beach to parpresident. The theme of the evening will be "Democracy Through Play," a presentation of the Y activities in action. Over 100 people will participate in this pageant. Following the business meeting and the presentation of the pageant, there will be dancing. The community is invited to participate in the festivity. V f 11 Beach and North Shore Lodges; ticipate in the Fifth Anniversary ;in inst.'lllntinn fllnnnr with nvne. A I lffuil.. -* AI_ i, -n an installation dinner with prospects as guests by the Isaac Levin Lodge. The FDR Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Men, is currently raising funds to apply for, their charter. Persons interested in joining B'nai B'rith mav call the B'nai B'rith Council office at 82-5685. B. Manischewitz Co. Elects New Officers NEW YORK—At a meeting of the board of directors of the B. Manischewitz Company held in this city last Tuesday, Bernard Manischewitz, a former vice president was elected president. D. Beryl Manischewitz, a former vice president was elected chairman of the board. Both officers have been actively associated with the firm for over fifteen years. Bernard Prensky, a brother-inlaw of the Manischewitz family, was elected vice president. William B. Manischewitz, retained his old position as treasurer of the company. VOTE FOR FIVE FOR CITY COUNCIL HARRY ZUKERNICK '• Years arvic* in Community InUtMU Horn* Own.. ..Horn*) Dr. Gotlsehall To Speak At Gables Installation Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall. director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will be the guest speaker at the Coral Gables Lodge and Women's Chapter, B'nai B'rith, joint installation banquet Sunday, May 15, at 7 p.m. Commemorating "I Am an American Day," Dr. Gottschall will speak on the subject "Lighting Lamps for Brotherhood." Louis Heiman will serve as installing officer. The banquet installation will take place at Fox's Restaurant, 6500 South Dixie Highway, William Hechler, chairman, has announced. Mrs. William Hechler and Jerome R. Adelman will be installed as presidents of the two Coral Gables B'nai B'rith groups. Other officers of the women's unit to be installed are: Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, first vice president; Mrs. Irving Matlin, second vice president; Mrs. Sam Freedman, recording secretary; Mrs. Louis Heines, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harold Goldhagen, financial secretary; Mrs. Herman Brenner, treasurer; Mrs. Bernard Stone, historian; Mrs. Nathan Bloom, monistress; Mrs. Oscar Sindell, parliamentarian; Mrs. Peter Glazer, Hillel council representative. Board members include: the Mesdames Maurice Horwitz, A. W. Harris, Lionel Silverman, Herman Fisher, Joseph Rogers, Sidney Boeninger, Sol Rappaport, Sidney Suss, Hy Bernstein, Dewey Uein, Jack Toback and Arnold Lewis. Honorary board members are Mrs. Sam Schulefand and Mrs. D. Michelson. Reservations may be obtained by contacting chairman William Hechler at 48-9437. Assisting Hechler are Mrs. Louis Heines. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, Nathan Bloom and Dr. Leonard Glickstein. Series Is Broadcast Radio station WLRD-FM, Miami Beach, is now broadcasting the "Lest We Forget—Stories To Remember" series on Saturday of each week at 6:15 p.m. Produced by the Institute for Democratic Education, a cooperating organization of the Anti-Defamation League, the series dramatizes outstanding stories illustrating the combatting of discrimination and building of good human relations. Annual Meeting of the Y, will present a set of resolutions, on behalf of the Y board and membership, to Carl Weinkle, retiring president, after three years of service and to Harry Zukernick, MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS Mrs. Mantlet To Head Youth Unit Mrs. Alfred Mamlet was elected chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission at a recent meeting held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straaten. Mrs. Mamlet has served as Young Judaea chairman for this area and is a representative of Miami Beach Hadassah to the Zionist Youth Commission. She was recently elected to the office of president of the Parent-Teachers' Association of. Temple Beth Sholom. A resolution was passed by the Sholem Lodge To Sponsor Danee A novel magic show, vaudeville night and dance will be sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith at the Flagler Gardens, 326 E. Flagler Street, on Sunday, May 22, at 8 p.m. City Commissioner H. Leslie Quigg will give a demonstration of hypnotism and John Jahn of Jahn's Magic Shop will present an array of magic illusions. Audience participation is planned, according to Jerome Weinkle of the dance committee. Also featured will be the regular floor show of the Flagler Gardens. Tickets are $1.25 per person and reservations may be made through Mrs. Gilbert of .* — ——„— ^—— %  _* T- indue i;.:um.;u iviis. uiiucii ui Youth Commission thanking Dr. the sholem Lodge office, phone WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY.. 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PAGE sa 75 Miamians Attend B. B. Convention More than 75 DC of B'nai B'rith from Greater Miami attended the I3:h annual B'r.a: E :.:.-. Stite Convention In Ha2 According to M:ltor. AFriedpresident of the B"na: B'ritb State Feders jror of Havana was guest of honor and p-eaker at tr.eir uet held at conver.tr. head in the N"ac:or.al Hotel. District Grar.i Lodge c dent. Dr. Maurice A. Gclr! and district secretary, Julius Fii.ter. also pa ited in the nvention prograrr. They ari m M:aT: from Washington, D. C National E'r.a. B'rith r.eadquar: Thursday. May 5. Also preser.t was Mr; Nat 1. : the B'r.a: B'rith Women's District Grand Lodge No. 5. who also arrived from I n The Greater Miami deleg.v c nducted Friday r..gr.t services the United He-brew Congregation in Havar.a with H M ius Rar.son of Temple En El in Ft. Lauderdale. of:', lating a.-.d outlined p'.ar.i during I -_day convention for ordir.ated'state wide community .~e and youth training programs Attending the convention were: Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Belenky. Mr. and Mrs George J. Talianoff, Shirley Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Marx Faber. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Alexander. Evelyn Miller. Mr. and Mrs H. Bhc'r.er. Do: is Gilbert. Evelvn Brow.-.. Minnie Kessler. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jamison. Mr. ar.d Mrs. I. Aronowitz, Ida Snyder, D thy Greenwald. Jules P. Cra ning, Mr. and Mrs. William ?' in, Mr and Mrs. I. Mazo. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Harry Raves. Goldie Welcher. Minna Welcher, Eernice Silverman. Mr. and Mrs. Dav:d Catsman. Ethel Pont. Ed-.the Fleischer, Use Frankel. R-tr. Jensen, Dorothy Rader. Vivian Schiffer, Lilliam Eismar.. T.na F.^her. Fannie Boosel. Godfrey Newman. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Sidney Friedrran. '%  '.: and Mrs. Loui Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Samuels, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. Sidney Pa Isadore Palmer. Sarah Pa Marguerite Marx. Lilliar. oGodjr.an. Esther Goodman. Gilbert J. Balkin, Albert Brood. Mr. ar.d Mrs. M. Bask.n. Jack August. Mr and Mis. Nat Williams, Dr. Cr.arles Beckwith, Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr and Dr. and Mrs. Ben Margolis. Marcus Elected Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, the Adolph S. Ochs Professor of Jewish History and Director of the American Jewish Archives at the Hebrew Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, has been elected Chairman of the Publication Committee of the Jewish Publication Society, succeeding Judge E. Lerinthal. who has been namted President of the Society. IIHYW Unit, AVC To Hold Dance A swim dance will be jointly sponsored bv Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter. BBYW, and thcAVC. Elaine Schwartz, president of the voung women's group, has announced. The affair will be held on Sunday. May 22, at the International Cabana Club, 43rd St. ar.d Collins Ave. T.-.e committee has arranged entertainment and a water show as features of the evening. Serving %  with Miss Schwartz will be Norma Thalblum ar.d Rhea Hass. Tickets may be secured at the door or from members. Hillel Chapter, AZA, To Hold Sweetheart Dance Hillel Chapter of AZA will sponsor its first annual Sweetheart Dar.ee Saturday evening. May 21. at the Cadillac Hotel, Miami Beach. Candidates for Sweetr.eart of AZA are Anita Kogen. Bette Fiedler, Leatrice Koziin, Francine Markowitz, Carol Mondres and Elear.or Zinner. The evening's activities will include dancing, entertainment and refreshments. For further information call Ken Meyers at 2-5875. IN THE MAIL As 1 Remember Stephen S. Wise The Editor The Jewis.-. Flondian Dear Sir: While deeply mournir.g the ng of our beloved leader. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, I am reminded of one happy day in our city wheDr. and Mrs. Wise, on their' annual visit here, were the guests of honor at a luncheon giver, by the women's division of the American Jewish Congress. I had been the first president of that group some years before, and the | ..-.airman of this particular afterr.oon called upon me for the invocation. Oh, how earnestly I prayed for the continued life, health, and matchless leadership of Dr. and Mrs. Wise! My prayer., and that of millions of other people for the prolongation of life for those two great humanitarians was fulfilled for another years, but. ala.-. not for lor.g enough. During the course oi ir.e luncheon. Dr. Wise left his place at the center of the speakers' table and came.to where I was sitting, saying that he wanted to chat with his friend, Mrs. Krieger. I was t.-.nlled and honored ar.d we did chat. I reminded him of the days when the women of our country were struggling for the right to vote. Dr. Wise, champion of human rights then as always, %  ame to my home city, Pittsburgh, as speaker for our Equal Franchise Federation. I recalled to his memory the tremendous demonstration in his honor ar.d with what boundless enthusiasm, he was received by the thousands of people who turned out to hear his unparalleled oratory. He seemed pleased and smilingly said, "We won. didn't we?" We did win, indeed, and not that fight alone but many others, fights which were not always popular until much later, battles which never daunted him, however up-hill the road to victory. There is but one month difference in my age and that of our departed Dr Wise, and of all my experiences and wonderful contacts in the long years of my life, I cherish none more deeply than my association with that great world leader, Dr. Stephen S. Wise. (Mrs. Moses) Rebecca Krieger Lippman Returns From Film Trip Edw--d UpVBMB, nationally known movie cameraman, has recentlv returned to Miami where be rend it 1349 S.W "th St.. ttk trip through da keys and in Sarasota -ere he was engaged in the product: -r. :' two col: "U '' the F ?-ate Advertising Cc .^:on. Both filn s are to he released in the fall for television ens across the .: ur.tr>-. Ljppn in %  inhered as t.-.e -arr.ai who scooped th* world on July 28, 1945. with his ng of the Empire State Building lis rter, when a lowflying B-2S I rt in the fog. crashed int: the 79th floor of the skyper. For the past :• irs L.prrr.ar. has with his mother ar.d thef and nas beer, prod ing a vies locally. These mcludsion, commercial, promotional and wedd:nc and uum ersary films. The ~\ v.-.%  by Lippman in Sarasota will first of a proposed ;e ng made by the state I tell t.-.e story of Florida. Dealing rily with the Rinfling Art Museum in Sarasota. the movie emi the manner in which museum facilities are used by lucati nal institutions of the state Plans call for a series of films to be made throughout the state. Conference Of Women's Groups To Meet Thursday The Greater Miami Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations will meet Thursday. May 19. from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center patio. 17th St. and James Ave. Luncheon will be served. Mrs. Charles Enterline. outstanding Dade County clubwoman of the year, will be guest of honor and installing officer. Luba Roy will entertain with Palestinian songs. Mrs. Alexander Kogan. chairman of the nominating committee, will present the following slate: Mrs. Louis Glasser. president: Mrs. Monte Selig. vice president: Mrs. Abraham Goodman, vice president: Mrs. Sylvia Chert kof. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harry Kaufman, calendar secretary; Mrs. J. Sherry, treasurer; Mrs. William Farr, registrar. The meeting will close with election and installation of officers. FRIDAY. MAY 13. 1949 Benefit Bridge Party A benefit card party will be given by the Women's Club of the Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692. Miami Beach, Sunday at 7 p.m. at the New Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Celia Katz is chairman of the affair. The public is invited to attend. Lift Iniunnci Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ina. Co. •07 Blacayna Bldg. Ph. S 4618 or 4-H41 Sea or phone me for yeur LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phonee 9-5317 — -6727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIOENBERO, Owner HOROWITZ KOSHER INN 331 1st Avenue West HENDERSONVIILE. N. C. Announce* the re-opening of their 27th season with an expert cook under the supervision of Mr. and Mrs. A. Horowitz. Special seasonal rates. Write to Horowiti Kosher Inn [or reservations. 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. Mother's Day Party A Mother's Day surprise party given by the Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at Harfinest. 1381 Washj mgtor. Ave., Miami Beach, according to Ethel Dorff, JNF chairj man. One hundred people at%  tended. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan acted as toastmistress and Harold Shapiro was guest speaker. Man( va Shobow gave readings. Commuruty singing followed. Feature of the evening was the oresentation of JNF Golden Book | Certificates to Mr. and Mrs. F. Shadroff on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary and to Mr. and Mrs. L. Rubin in honor of Mrs. Rubin's birthday. Also appearing on the program were Councilman Harold Turk and Miss Clara Goldenberg sec retary of the JNF Council of Greater Miami. Committee in charge of ar rangements included Ethel Dorff chairman. Ada Bookspan Miriam Wolfman Shirley Tarr, HadSS Ratner, Zelda Liebman. Sharet Pot Luck Supper The Sharet Chapter of B'rai B'rith Young Women will hold a pot luck supper Tuesday evening at the home of President Ariel! Ziff. 609 N.W. 44th St. e In charge of arrangements for the affair are Connie Goradeslcv and Rita Goldweber. y C niC K E R SALAD... 11 V Madt beif, eosiesf with to H0R0WITZ-MARGARETEN BONED CHICKEN Delicious with criip lettuce, cool celery, luscious tomatoes. A!o HOROWITZ.MAROARETEN KOSH ER CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS and other chicken products, for tasty, time-andworksaving menus. Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IX 14 N.E. 24th St. Miami 37, Flo. Phone 3-6866 Specious, attractively furnished. Wide Sand Beach, Swimming Pool Courteous Beach Attendants. Life Guard at all times. 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MAY 13, 1949 FRIDAY, fordfec Home Unit To Install Leaders Mrs David Rites will be installed as president of the Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home at a luncheon Tuesday in the Biscayne room !f the Columbus Hotel. Mrs. Wil,• fironer will be chairman of iTdS and Mrs. Sam Goldman n serve as installing officer. Highlighting the afternoon's enJEent will be a fashion how Panted by the Patricia & School of Modeling. Other officers include Mrs. M „ Freed, Mrs. Jean Lehman, g n H .~W Spahn and Mrs Sal Ramagli, vice presidents; Mrs. f ec Sobel, corresponding secretary Mrs. Herman Wepman recording secretary; Mrs Henry Rosengarten. treasurer; Mrs. Bella jacobson. financial secretary Serving on the board will be the Mesdames Groner, Goldman, I Socolof. Belle Rosenblum, Jess Soirer. Samuel Tunick, George Wolpert. Harold Cohen, Phillip Hacker Herman Wronker, Milton Weiner. Harry Gertner, I. R. Schwartz, Theodore Firestone, Sam Weissel, Perry Radin, J. G. Kaufman, Edward Klein, H S. Malmud. Jean Mellman, Sylvia Cohen, Henry Green, Eugene Lieberman, Carolyn Kaseen, Rose Dvoskin. _^__„ Mrs. Moser To ||<>nMMm to be rn>iion.rt at this meet n* will he the SS^ES "V '" %  ;";"'"• *" RothmSn! i..n,t Kuperber*, Elisabeth Home I. Brooks, I. SinK.r. It.,., ,. ollui:k Jfeft I i, rvf: "-^'x-iRer. 8. BUtser, Bella %  Oanaa, Bea SusHinan, Max Oreenberg, Adolf Ginsberg, F^ Blra••ii'-k. Benl Lewis, u. Oalawitz, Ann ?itaU"S'' :, 'i" t Ca "" n ll s '^ !" er. Lillian Samuels. Wm. Teller. M, Manhelmer, M Gray. C. Simon. Elsie urucker, Fanny l.ipsrhutz, A. Cra";""' ','„ r h, n 'Ifitrude Harvey. ;'; "''v,' 1 fclern %  %  Beresh, Nat Hank1, i h '•'"'"••"•''ii. A. Bchutsman, Iternlo Zaitlin. Fanny Kokeach. Milton Smith, H. Levitt, R. Bertman. Ellen Kaye, Nettie Brenner, Ann Miller and Max l..wis Hosteaaes will l. the Mesdames Al Osneroff, Nat Hankoff. Freda Newman, Oscar Member, Esther Bpltser, Samuel Upton. Alex Husman. Slg. S? nermer "airy Rogers and Alex Itlrhards' >ii. Betrothal Revealed The betrothal of Marion Katz to Abraham Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz, Bronx, N. Y., has been anounced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Katz, 1188 S.W. 22nd Terr. The bride-elect, a graduate of Miami Senior High School, attended the Barbizon School of Modeling in New York. Mr. Schwartz was graduated from New York University and is now a chemistry professor at Monmouth Junior College, Long Branch, N. J. He served as a captain in the Signal Corps for six years. The wedding will take place June 12. Student Is Elected To Phi Beta Kappa Michael Benjamin Meyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Meyers, 2100 S.W. 21st St., was one of 22 elected to Phi Beta Kappa, highest scholastic honorary, at the University of Florida. Meyers, who will graduate on June 6, has been awarded a fellowship to continue his studies at the University of Wisconsin. The young man is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary, and played in the school band during his sophomore year. He is an Eagle Scout in Troop 6. Daughter Of Miamian Heads Hadassah Unit Mrs. Helen Farber, daughter of William B. Kraft. 3000 Alton Road, Miami Beach, organized the first overseas unit of Hadassah in Puerto Rico and has been president of the group since it was founded three years ago. Mrs. Farber and her husband, Milton, who is president of the Puerto Rican Jewish Welfare Board, have been leaders in the San Juan Jewish community which consists of 35 families. Morris Hum. l'hoto Mrs. William Loeb will be inducted as president of the Miami Beach Chapter of American Jewish Congress at a luncheon today at 12:30 p.m. at the Shelborne Hotel. Kurt Singer will serve as installing officer. Beth David PTA To Hold Annual Picnic Plans are being formulated for the annual picnic for the Beth David Sunday School to be held in Greynolds Park on June 5 under the auspices of the PTA, according to an announcement by Mrs. Sam Leviten, chairman. Families are asked to pack picnic baskets. Cold drinks will be provided at the park. There will be a bus leaving Beth David at 10 a.m. for those who do not have transportation. Anyone having room in his car for extra passengers is asked to meet at the synagogue. Persons desiring transportation are requested to call Mrs. Natalie Feingold, transportation chairman, at 82-6459. Assisting Mrs. Leviten with arrangements are Co-chairmen Mrs. Irving Rosen and Mrs. Al Lasko. Also on the committee are Mrs. N. Davidow and Mrs. Ida Schager, refreshments; Mrs. Feingold, transportation; Harvey Harmon, Harry Rosen and Edward Safer, games. A meeting of the committee will be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Leviten, 2151 S W. 21st St. JERRY SMALL Edmund I. Parnes To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. David E. Parnes, 2001 S.W. 19th St.. formerly of Pittsburgh, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Edmund I., which will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The confirmand will conduct the services and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will respond. Edmund is a student of Shenandoah Junior High and a member of Boy Scout Troop No. 85 of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. A reception will follow the ceremony. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. David's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Engclberg, Pittsburgh, will arrive in Miami for the event. Histadruth Will Hold Lag B'Omer Celebration The Histadruth L'Tarbut Ivrith of Greater Miami will hold a Lag B'Omer celebration Sunday at 3 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. Puchkoff, 1130 S.W. 9th St. The event will also commemorate the first anniversary of the State of Israel and serve as a farewell to the Puchkoffs who will depart for Israel in the near future. A program in Hebrew, Yiddish and English will include songs by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, the Habonim Organization and others. Refreshments will be served. All interested are invited to attend. Co-owner of Tony Bower's, one of the most exclusive men's shops on Miami Beach, says: "So many of my travel plans are made at a moment's notice but that doesn't faze Farr. They're on the ball at all times, and that's the kind of service I go for. I'll take FARR for travel. DUNCRAGGAN INN HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Private Swimming Pool. Qolf, Horseback Riding, Entertainment, Excellent Cuisine REDUCED RATES FOR JUNE SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE INN on Lake Osceola HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. 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LmaV.MAV13.tt* +Jml$t) fkridur PAGE THIRTEEN leyer, Balkin attend ADL Meet Sidney Meyer, former chairF lorida Regional Office, "!ti'.Defamation League, and GilM J Balkin, Florida ADL diare in New York attendD00 I Of Workmen's Circle Branch 692 t he annual national commism eeting of the Anti-Defamation League being held at the "SSfffSS fES Balkin has been invited to participate h e conferences being held by ADL National Community er vice Division and Program Difgl Paul Douglas (D-Ill.) will L the principal speaker at the Jal dinner meeting of the leaZ\ national commission Sun-v at the Waldorf Astoria. An Kve supporter of President Trun n's civil rights program, Sen. Souelas will address the deleSefon civil Rights: A Bar : Jieter of American International St More than 1,000 friends of ADL, Presenting Jewish communities in all P aits of the United states and Canada, are expected to atend the two-day conference vhich starts tomorrow and marks j, e 36th anniversary of the founding of ADL, Another feature of the dinner meeting will be a half hour dramatic presentation "Unfinished Business—1949" which will review in rapid-fire fashion the nature and methods of combatting discrimination. Performers in this "skit" include actor John Garfield, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., chairman of %  the New York City Mayor's ComImittee on Unity; Walter White, [head of the National Association Ifor the Advancement of Colored Ipeople; Elmo Roper, public opinlion analyst; Harold Russell, the Ihandless veteran who won two lOscars in "The Best Years of Our .Lives;" Dr. Ethel J. Alpenfels, The program tonight includes eminent anthropologist, and radio religious services L choralcompetiIjnnouncer Ben Grauer. f Games Party The Miami Hebrew School and LCoTtgiegation will sponsor a 1 James party Wednesday evening | at 8:30 in the dining room of the I building at 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Ben Stone is chairman of the affair. He will be assisted by Mrs. Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Max Apfelbaum, Mrs. Herbert Feldan and Mrs. Sophie Moss. English Contralto Will Sing With U-M Symphony The ninth and last pair of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra concerts, under the direction of Modeste Alloo, is scheduled for Sunday afternoon at 4:30, and Mondav evening at 8:30 in the Miami Senior High School Auditorium. The program includes one of the best known symphonies, the Tschaikowsky symphony 5. The soloist will be the heralded English contralto, Kathleen Ferrier, who made her American debut on January 15 of this year with the New York Philharmonic Symphony. Chosen by the or,WU5£ ... Photo Arts Newly elected officers of Branch No. 692 of the Workmen's Circle, Miami Beach, are: (front row. 1. to r.) H. Abramovitz, hospitaler; J. Cholodenko, treasurer of Lyceum; L. Elkin, financial secretary of the Lyceum; J. Pollack, chairman of Lyceum and Cemetery; J. M. Freedman, financial secretary. Branch Nd. 692; H. Spivak. treasurer; M. Goldberg, recording secretary; (second row, L to r.) S. H. Levine, Mrs. J. Cholodenko, Mrs. L. Elkin. S. Hachberg. Mrs. C. Katz. Mrs. H. Spivak, I. Gold; (third row, 1. to r.) J. Duntov. F. Teller. L. Backerman. C. Brodsky. J. Mintxes. all members of the executive committee. Zionist Youth Groups To Conduct First Annual Conclave This Weekend Senior Young Judaeans, their leaders and members of local Zionist youth groups will leave this afternoon for the University of Miami south campus at Richmond air base to hold their first annual conclave in the Greater Miami area. tion, a quiz, and singing and dancing. Tomorrow morning the group will conduct services and engage in Israeli singing and dancing. The dinner speaker will be Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholem. His topic will be "What the New State of Israel Means to the Youth of America." In the afternoon the leaders will hear a talk on "The Reality of Israel in Your Club Program" I given by Sidney Greenberg, DAIRK K\ B n ft n D ^*1 Associated Photographers North Shore Lodge of Miami Beach. Fla. joins with several community civic groups to sponsor the gift of a piano to the Bisyne Elementary School. In the photo President A. J. Kaplan ,wc nd from left) makes presentation to Mrs. Virgil H. Pieck. President of the Parent-Teachers Association, in ceremonies which '"lured a United Nations program presented by Biscayne School CMdren's Chorus. Left to right are; John T. Mahoney. president Normandy I,l e Improvement Association; A. J. Kaplan; Mrs. 2* Frank Ryder, vice president North Beach Business and Property Owners' Association; Leo Steinman. secretary North ore Lodge; and Sam WeinfeldL a member of B'nai B nth for Jrs and treasurer of North Shore Lodge. The event attracted ^nmunity-wide interest. POLITICIAL — SCENIC ARCHITECTURAL PHOTO ENLARGEMENTS HAND COLORED BL D ANY SIZE MOUNTED — UNMOUNTED OR CUT OUT FILM ART MURALS 212 N. Miami Ave. phone 99745 principal of Beth Sholom religious schools. The rest of the afternoon will be spent in discussion sessions, singing and dancing. Discussion groups, programming workshops, and a bowling tournament will be held Sunday morning with Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David speaking on "The Youth of Israel and the Youth of America" at the noon luncheon. Arts and crafts sessions will be conducted in the afternoon by Harry Rosen of the Miami YMHA and the final speakers will be Dr. Seymour Blumenthal, University of Miami professor of psychology and Hy Pomerantz of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Their topics will be "Relationship Between the Leader and the Club" and "Jewish Youth Looks to its Responsibilities." In charge of plans for the program are Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, Greater Miami Young Judaea and Youth Commission chairman; Joseph Pardo, chairman of the Greater Miami Young Judaea Leaders' council; and Libby Hochman, executive secretary of the local Zionist Youth Commission. Assisting in the plans are: Selma Lewis, Beverly Raphael, Doris Pardo, Sandra Freedman, Toby Cooper, Phyllis Wilpon, Jeanette Ochs, Jean Nevel, Marian Schacher, Gloria Levine, Faith Alexander, Charlotte Zychick, Seymour Hinkes, Andy Kornreich, Barton Udell and Al Heller. The conclave is sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission Pvt. Duberstein Rites Set for Sunday 11 A.M. The body of Pvt. Robert Duberstein, who was killed in action in France on July 12, 1944, has been returned to the United States and will be reburied on Sunday. Pvt. Duberstein is survived by his wife, T >h e 1 m a ; his daughter, Susan Leah; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ele Duberstein; two sisters, Mrs. Ida 'Lynne, and Rebecca, who flew here from Tokyo, where she has been serving with the Medical Section of the Services will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday at the Riverside Memorial Chapel on Miami Beach with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Graveside services will be conducted by the honor guard of the Normar. Bruce Brown Post of the I'Jewish War Veterans. Tropical Lodge Meeting Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith with hold a business meeting to be held Monday at 8 p.m. at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Mercantile Bank Building, 420 Lincoln Road. The meeting will be followed by a camera clinic, in which the Mesrs. Kaye, Moldan and Brenner, commercial photographers, will participate. Abe Allenberg, Miami Beach hotel operator, was elected vice president of the Florida Hotel Association at the state meeting in Tampa this wek. Mr. Allenberg, a former New York attorney owns and operates the Boulevard Hotel. A member of the Greater Miami Hotel Association, he has also served as president of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners RMOMMENDED for invalids, babies ana 1 ... special diet cases BESTBUTTER SWEET, SALT W WHIPPED'I AS LOW AS AH INTEREST MO R TG: A,Gf LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. Pin-Amt r.cn rwoi •-343S 1UiyUUIUI'llUlllHIIUl.llUIUI HHIUbiHMUlUlldUlUIUIItlUI WlHUUUUIIItltUI UlUIIUUWUHIUIUllUIUnilllllHullllUIIIUU lUi.iuiuiuiinBWWMaBHI^HBBMHHHHKaaMUMBaMi Konholz Kosher Moat Products Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere 2634 PONCE DE LEON (Cor. 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