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The Jewish Floridian ( May 20, 1949 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS Israel To Introduce ood Rationing Soon TEL AVIV, (JTA)-The Israe &f l0 vernment announced this week' L, food rationing will be introduced throughout the country unEer the austerity program approved by the Knesset this week JL new food ration will restrict L population to a daily %  conCmption of 360 grams of bread 58 grams of sugar, 25 grams of neat and a monthly consump^Dr^DoVJoseph, Minister of Food and Supply, told representuves of the press that the month v consumption of food under the new austerity diet will cost about L pounds—or approximately $18 r pe 7 capita. He expressed certainty that the restricted diet will improve public health. Ration books covering the provisions of the new program will Ihe issued within a month s time, Ithe Minister said. Clothing and Ishoes will also be rationed, he ladded. The government is now %  studying means of absorbing the (purchasing power created by the l"austerity" measures and a proIposal to that end will soon be I presented to the Knesset, the DCinister revealed. ginning next week restrictions will also be introduced on Ithe use of electric current during [certain daytime hours. Compulsory saving and additional taxaItion are being planned by the [government among measures designed to absorb the purchasing [power created by the food and \tVteig rationing program. The government's austerity program came under a many-sided [attack at a meeting of the Agricultural Center of the Histadrut. Speakers complained that the Jprogram did not provide necesIsary incentives to agriculture. I A warning that Israel must be (strongly armed for many years, land possess a modern army equipTped with the most modern weaJpons, was given this week by premier David Ben Gurion, speak1 ing at a meeting of the Haganah |Veterans Association. The Israeli Premier said that the Jewish state could not deIpend merely on its experience in the recent fighting with the Arabs because the Arabs had learned from their mistakes and would reorganize their forces and CJA Campaign Continues; Local Allocations Trimmed -4> Zionists Accept Resignations Of Silver, Neumann JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The Zionist Actions Committee decided this week to accept the resignations of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Dr. Emanuel Neumann as members of the Jewish Agency executive, following the refusal of the two American Zionist leaders to withdraw their resignations. On recommendation of the Confederation of General Zionists, of which both men are members, the Actions Committee unanimously elected Itzhak Gruenbaum, former Minister of Interior in the Provisional Government, to one of the vacant posts, leaving the second unfilled for the present. Dr. Israel Goldstein told the committee that he deeply regretted the final resignation of Dr. Silver and Dr. Neumann, who "rendered tremendous services to the Zionist cause both before and after the United Nations decision of Nov. 29, 1947, to set up a Jewish state in Palestine." He said, however, that the Confederation of General Zionists felt that the executive post must be filled. Earlier, the Actions Committee voted a budget of 51,300,000 pounds ($153,900,000) for the next six months and urged the swiftest possible establishment of a series of agricultural settlements, particularly in the Jerusalem area It noted that the settlements established in the Jerusalemcoastal plain corridor provided an •indestructible link" between the Holy City and the rest of Israel. The Jewish Agency executive this week unanimously elected Dr. Nahum Goldmann as chairman of the Agency's American section. Dr. Goldmann has been serving as acting chairman since the resignation of Dr. Silver several months ago. The Agency also elected Haim Greenberg director of its cultural and educational department, which will aim to promote the Hebrew language 62.600 DPs Enter U.S. During Last Three Years NEW YORK, (JTA)—A total of 62,600 Jewish immigrants—the majority of them displaced persons—reached the United States between May, 1946, and April, 1949, according to a survey made public this week by United Service for New Americans in connection with the nationwide observance of "I Am An American Day" on Sunday. This figure includes 6,245 Jewish DP's who came to the United States under the provisions of the DP Act. The remainder entered the country under the Truman directive and under regular immigration laws. The agency estimated that 25,000 Jewish immigrants will reach the U.S. in 1949. Initial Sum Of $530,000 To UJA; Local Agencies Average 20% Cut Federation will continue the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal until every prospect is covered. That was the sentiment expressed at the first meeting of the newly elected board of governors Wednesday evening following a lengthy discussion of the re-allocation of the million dollars given to the budgeting tion by the board of governors pledged the Federation to continuation of the campaign. All of the divisions will be recalled into action according to a joint statement issued by William D. Singer, campaign chairman and now president of Federation, and Morris Klass, executive director. A resolution expressing appreciaportion allocated to the UJA in I tion for the efforts expended by relation to the total quota figure. I the budget committee was given to Max Meisel, chairman, who committee to redistribute. The campaign has raised to date slightly more than one million dollars towards its quota of $1,881,000. The budget committee recommended that UJA receive $530,000 or a sum equal to 53 c i of the money raised which was the proIsrael, Arabs Near Accord On Peace Talks impro ve their fighting facilities, and Hebrew culture. > New Conservative Congregation Is Organized By Coral Gables Residents A ,vw religious institution has as advisor to the new orgamza|been a ( , national association JWB is tht -., mrnU nity Centers of Jewish C. ^ an d the governand YM-YWHA: %ency f or meetment-authonzed a welfare and ing the religious, < th personnel morale needs of Jew. nd Jewish in the armed forces Vnlnistraveterans in Veterans Aj ^o the tion Hospitals. JWB is• C ounsnoneor of the Jewish BOOK yjgj, dl America, National Jc ^ M'USSC Council American gj, ^ teVwdT SSS2SF2 the u"nij house of worship, in Coral Gables, tee ana a gra eceive the The board's denial, according to SoSiwdegSofDoctor of Huthe city commission was based „ totters Vice President Al-'on the grounds that the proposed bTn K Sley will bring the site for the synagogue is in a i u7nm/ram of events to residential area, ^dose a g t ?he g dedica!ion dinner oral Gables Mayor Keith M. on Sunday, June 19, at which he will be the Principal__speaker^ Yeshiva University, on sterdam Avenue from 185th to 187th Sts., New York City, comprises eight schools and divisions with an enrollment of some 1.500 Sdents from all over the worlds .SSBStUSfe^? 8 ^ I 5T*WKl "of the university Phillips informed Sam Silver, former president of the center, that a hearing on the question could not be held for at least ten days after the appeal was filed and Silver gave formal notice that the organization sought to appeal the board's decision. Silver protested that the zonBlood Bank Supports Dade As Med School Site The Blood Bank of Dade County has resumed its active support of the efforts of the Dade County legislators to bring the state medical school here. Dr. John Elliott, director of the bank, offered the teaching and research facilities of the Blood Bank and its affiliated Medical Research Foundation, as important adjuncts to the medical school. Location of the medical school in Dade County would make this $300,000 facility available to the state without cost, and the Blood Bank would continue to function as at present, without interruption. Jewish Youth Conference.



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PAGE TWO +MmistrkrHtor FRIDAY, MAY 20 I'll Say... By HAMY SMOSUZn Hanna Senesch And Joan Of Arc ii' -Z..-.Z Bead 7 A*J1R To Condaet Memorial Serviee : it th* M : .... _A" i — -r. Da-pr-i Z: %  -^ ..;. : —* %  • %  %  %  %  5c :_%  .%  -•..:.-. f HKfttl si ."." -'-.'• Hanna Snncr. : .-. %  V f 1 spiritually to *-i-e Hliters The Gir. frosfl Domremy /. -•••-• • • -.-. • % % %  % %  : .% %  .Ir. Iladassah To Install \ew Loaders Saturdav 7 MUmJ Beach Unit of Badaatb will hold a • ttioa banquet at :•-; %  row eve: t7.30p.ai 7 by Cooper, outgoing presinewly electlade: Beverly at; Lillian Aaro.-.•• at Rhoda Cai K lee Rafflo, correling secretary: Harriet .retary. i .'. the board of diMrGerald Soitz. rig director; Selma 1. ..: eaiiiationai director; Freida Ankus gram director; ".v. : ship di%  t Afl banquet the rr -" guests will Beth David Sisterhood To Sponsor Card Party A dessert-;a.-d pi: ., ., home of Mrs Samue rwi he 2060 H.W. 22-, • -^ CK > afternoon at 123 V r vl day Beth David S tne fund-raising iff W Mrs. Max Sieg. n %  affair Ser. ; n of mittee arethe M, *• Bergman. ladoi M DworKin. A. K ,*J GERTLERTOPSOLCO Expert! LANDSCAPING Sptca ty—St. CBttrueuB'TTER BLUE 500 wlceijie-Reta PHONE 2-4032 Our eaving FraiM •;..-. How L'. • -' bet land -.•-••is J'I .. I of the Ns H'. cl to inspire the • i; :.-•; '" igedy :: % %  %  left tl i ~ lot :'. =r. adoring mother -. r. % lastJig • this laiat. puu Kiboutz .Pale tins For ji? --• %  %  %  ; c ---•*• • rice 1 oarry on tbe'fj V€ •poetic vwl "' : ; ; : -' %  %  %  < %  %  %  ohicken nation pulverized 1 The la< %  -.•• d her into a K init Soon he was again on her of the tortu I the d: ACK BORSCHT SCHAV fold* d, thi ate v.1 faced •..-.ur. If, .p.cio.ly cut.ur.d MTMl cam. Your Grocr ha. it in pop., or glow contom.r. SOUR CREAM *•* • •' L'lir] 0 M Cflf4/^ OBNIZ£0 -•-: Miami Office 1713 N.W. 7th Ave., Phone 82-4731 rjapturi wi inevitH'-r -: %  ,r. '.. | .: ped the ;.-..' '.: .-•• in pri on unmanil tiny I pie ti] •: Hi "• ew. The wai ";' B luperfi ial assimilation ir .. tus -r when he ; "a -"but a vigorous | • native eollaborat ition in PaiWhile vaiting I i an inU tine The it of non-rewitj -. ti Ml istanci to pogrom butchers died nesch heard • hoi Shi •' %  • the liquidation of the ghet..-.-. it that hen Har.n; "•' %  in Vilna, in Cra*. beg from caw A select group of choice • ngmen Refu ing to • blindpi musl blaze the trail for i •'-' •' %  ••'• ay of life. Aggn fighti • • %  found to carry iggle beyond the enemy lines Th'-blood of martyrs must cement the new citadel of courage and labor, of knowledge and reativity. The voluntary death of this 23 DELICIOUS NOT OR CHILLED Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37, Fla. Phone 3-6866 \ N everybody en]oyS BALLANTINE ALE v^ BEEK "Better buy the case / P. BallantiM Sona. Newark, N. > Distributed by STATE BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS OF MIAMI. INC SAM BLANK, Pies. Phono 88-3431 Qjme cmmml'dtuw* Attention to every detail of Jewish religions] requirements in an atmosphere of beautyl and peace distinguishes our service to t Jewish family. Our two complete funeral chapels are up-fo-l the-minute in every detail of their equip-1 ment—beautifully furnished and decorated] throughout. TWO CONVENIENT LOCATI West Flagler &• 20th Ave. Phone 1236'Washington Ave. Phone: .i-:|:|.M-.H<7/ I jiRroNDI'iONlD u iiiiit; umm.m shiiurt I HVARr 1 NIWIrAN. luneul [),. ? r l( „ [ISFHBtRC. Tffe 'N NFW mRh ., %  %  '.M VrNni '£•:%% WiOEWBwiiraSai — HOW tLKaMn ifflmi



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tfDAY, MAY 20. 1949 North Shore Lodge To Seat Officers H n *,£ shore Lodge and North fee Wom C en' S Chapter. B'nai frith on Wednesday, May 25 at 6:3 Mr P a m nd Mrs. Mark Silverstein %  m be Installed as president of S'two B'nai B'rith units establlSinB an unusual record for civic Kvemcnt in this area. This is I first instance in Miami Beach R'nai B'rith history that a husB and wife have been elected IS lead their respective B'nai Iffrith units during the same year. Silverstem is a Miami Beach at"civic leaders have been invited ho participate in the ceremonies. Committee in charge of arrangements includes Mrs. Stanley Phillips. Mrs. David J. Shiftman, Mrs. Nathan Feinberg Mrs. Dan Iwolfson, David Fenton, Sam ISolloway, George S. Levinson, A |j Kaplan. Leo L. Steinman and Leonard Tobin. I Other officers to be installed lat the banquet party include MelIvin JRichnrd, first vice presiIdent; Leonard Tobin, second vice Ipresident: Samuel Weinfeld, I treasurer: Leo L. Steinrnan, secretary; Nathan J. Berkowitz, Iwarden: A. J. Kaplan, chaplain; ILeon A. Rupee, financial seereItarv, and Louis Sherman, guardIn addition to Mrs. Mark Silverstein. the officers to be installed in the women's chapter are Mrs. Malcolm First, first vice president: Mrs. David Shiffman, second vice president; Mrs. Selma Leban. third vice president; Mrs. Melvin J. Richard, recording secretary; Mrs. Stanley Phillips, councilor: Mrs. Ben Seidler, historian: Mrs Sidney Stolman, sentinel; Mrs. Leo Solomon and Mrs. George Gallander, trustees. ^J^ishnorSdliairi Mark Silverstein Cancer Mini* Seeks Funds Workers in Dade County's cancer membership drive are exert'"£ evcr .V effort to raise the $97,450 needed to finance the local program. .i J £ e !' ald Lewis, president of the Dade County Cancer Institute, has warned that the future program of the detection clinic, already built and equipped, is dependent on the success of the campaign. "The tremendous research program in cancer brings new worn of hope for victims almost daily," Lewis said, "but the important thing is that early detection and treatment are the first steps in fighting the disease. "That is why," Lewis continued, "the detection clinic will play such an important part in the local situation. The appeal that we are making is urgent." Approximately three-fourths of the campaign proceeds are earmarked for the clinic. The remainder will go to the local chapter of the American Cancer Society for its work. PAGE THREE MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS Ayad emy Women's Units To Conduct First Annual Loyalty Luncheon Louise Krupsaw Seated As Head [Of BKYW Chapter Louise Krupsaw was elected [president of the C'olman Zwitman I Chapter. BBYW. and installed iat ceremonies in the home of k^*>\>\ Zwitman, 811 East Di Lido 1 Drive. Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. Outgoing president, Carol Pot\asnik. was in charge of the ar1 rangements. A trophy from the chapter was presented to Rabbi Zwitman "in token of its appreciation of his guidance during the | past year." Other officers installed include: vice president, Nina Nelson; corresponding secretary, Felice Pred; recording secretary, Sue Sheppard; treasurer, Anne Pohs; serjeant-at-arms. Sandy Garfinkel; reporter, Claire Podvin: Refreshments were served by •Mrs. Zwitman. VOTE FOR FIVE FOR CITY COUNCIL On Tuesday, May 24. at 12:30 p.m., the Ladies League and the Parent-Teacher Association of the Hebrew Academy will conduct its first annual loyalty luncheon in the dining room of the Miami Beach Center To Honor J. M. Rose Joseph M. Rose, retiring president of Miami Beach Jewish Center, will be tendered a testimonial dinner at the Center. 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. In charge of the affair is Jack Ablin, member of the board of directors, who is being assisted by Alfred Stone, co-chairman. Highlight of the banquet will be an address by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rose, who served for two terms as head of Miami Beach's conservative synagogue, is a prominent Miami Beach hotel owner and an active community leader. Under his leadership the Miami Beach Jewish Center erected its new building, said to be the most complete Jewish place of worship in the South. He is a member of the board of governors of Greater Miami Jewish Federation and is affiliated with the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith and with the Civic League. Rose and his wife, Sylvia, reside with their children, Gerry Lou and Richard, at 1400 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach. Also expected to attend the banquet are Rose's daughter, Caryl, and her husband, Dr. Harold MJlton Unger, of New York City. •*i etv.co in community are,1 Horn. Owner ..ttorne* 'Paid Political Adv.) Gables Women to Hold Barbecue A barbecue and funfest will be sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Herbert Gelernter, 1420 Sopera Ave., Coral Gables. In charge of the affair are Mrs. Maurice Corenblum and Mrs. Saul Kline, who will be assisted by the Mesdames Maurice Baskin, Herman Fisher, Herbert Gelernter, Florence Wool, Charles Adler, N. Slomowitz, H. Steibcr. M. Yaffee and J. Platt. Following the barbecue, there will be games, movies and dancing. The Sisterhood will hold its final meeting of the season at the home of the president. Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld, 842 Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables, Monday at 8 p.m. iaiPemUa ReiiauAwtt SMORGASBORD AS AN APPETIZER WITH OUR DELICIOUS DINNERS Phone 48-9211 2000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (In the Gables) Beach Jewish Center. Chairman of the event is Mrs. David S. Andron. Among the members of the committee of the Ladies' League and the PTA are Mrs. Alfred Stone, pictorial journal chairman; Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Lynn Levine, program chairman; Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky, Mrs. Al Sheroff, Mrs. Jack Burris, arrangements; Mrs. Irving Frankel, Mrs. Sol Lobel, Mrs. Sam Grundwerg, Mrs. Sam Reinhard. Mrs. J. Solowey, Mrs. Isidore Goldberg, committee; Mrs. Sol L. Sugarman, publicity. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be guest speaker and will serve as installing officer for the new members of the PTA. The Hebrew Academy chorus under the direction of Joseph Schreibman will offer Hebrew selections. A fashion show in which the latest cottons will be display, will also be presented. For reservations call the academy office at 58-4641 or Mrs. Andron at 5-6670. Mrs. Alfred Mamlet was recently elected chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. 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PAGE FOU1 +Jenlirfks*J**r iZ2AY_MAY2 0 ] J EDITORIAL iPr. Wakttman Dl S '>'>'"cz~. -r. would .-.ove received cr: est;rr.oted -:.:.%  -. .r.t'.-e oi SSOC DOC ro~ AM Mia c: .-.j v.or.der drug strep:o~yr.r. Izsr.eci :"J discoverer dor-cr.ed tier! _-.rorr.e o the cor^sructios and :-"-re rr.o^::er.or-ce of or. Ins&uta o: Mkrobiology to be com pl eted at Rutgers UruverKty by the RfflmMt oi I'rSl Bv -.en bj dorrdor: will bare orr.our.-ec to S2 4 ~~ -.er. veers other thai the figure will reccr. to ever .1 rr_uuor.. r Two Yeare 1 6.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publlaher State AJC To Elect Officers "Educational Value of Promoting Better Understanding in Intergroup Relations" will be the theme of the meeting of the Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress which will take place Thursday, May 26, at 8 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel, 209 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Dr. Gordon Lovejoy, professor of human relations at the University of Miami, and several teachers who have been given scholarships in intergroup work by the congress will be present at the meeting. Miss Malvina Weiss will introduce the guests ar.d discuss "Intercultural Education." Mrs. Louis Glasser will preside and will make her annual report as president. Mrs. A. A. Hayden, president of the Miami Chapter divisional chairman of the nominating committee, will present the slate, which includes: Mrs. Louis Glasser, honorary president; Miss Clara Goldenberg, president; Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Frederick Grossberg, vice presidents; Mrs. Lester Stepner, treasurer; Mrs. Benjamin Feld, financial secretary; Mrs. Leonard Glickman, recording secretary; Mrs. Herbert Sher, corresponding secretary. Election will follow. A musical program will be provided by Pierre Mande, violinist with the University of Miami Symphony orchestra, and Mr. Kane, orchestra leader at the Bel Mar HoteL Refreshments will be served. Hostesses will be the newly installed presidents of the Greater Miami Chapters, Mrs. Hayden, Mrs. William Loeb, and Mrs. Gussie Packer; and Miss Clara Goldenberg, Mrs. Leonard Glickman and Mrs. Mark Kaplan. Sunday Schools To Give Uniform Examinations For the second year uniform examinations will be administered in the local Sunday Schools to students in the fifth grade and up. The examination, prepared by the Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with the educational directors of the local schools, will be given at: Beth David. Beth El, Beth Sholom, Miami Beach Jewish Center, Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, Temple Israel and United Jewish School. According to A. P. Gannes, the comparative results of the examinations will help guide the Bureau of Jewish Education and the schools in evaluating the effectiveness hi the curriculum. Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street I a ma ra Chapter To Meet May 25 First meeting of the Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women, under the new administration will be held on Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. at the Delano Hotel, 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. New officers and committee chairmen who will be introduced to the general membership are: National reprasantatlve reKional dlr> %  tor, Mrs Kmannel Karger; pretd>l>iii, Mrs. Charloa Turk; vlc for civic betterment. %  1 served on 20 tf "rftfl committees appointed first took o ffice. Sam Gold, 737 %  *£& %  salesman, is making hi i^ for a seat on the BMCB"B Gold ran 10th in .^jj 9 ^ tions with 2,078 votesi and^n l up to eighth otace two >e" 8,1 when he tallied UJ ^1 ta gtfggg y polled 3,789 votesi tofig. gl In the 1947 Beach municP ^ tions. A graduate of! tn versity of Floridai LaJ „, Richard is past ?**%&M American VeteransiCgg ., „^


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"Jenlstnerldrtor PAGE FIVE I Sirkin To Head teach YM & YWHA Sirkin was elected r Sient of the Miami Beaeh YM YWHA Sunday night at a special program marking the organisation's fifth anniversary. 'Sing President Carl Weinkle mZ named honorary president. |L c rs elected to office were IJ c Brick, Max Meisel, Sam KSSroi Carl Susskind, vice rSntsLeo Huberman, recBtf!SJS! MrsNettie LefESS, corresponding secretary; \t I Weitzman, financial secrelf-v Dr. William Bernstein, ltd'. A S nacennt entitled "Democracy iThrougn Play" was presented to Crt the activities of the Y. It ES arranged by Pauline Fried, LiU,an Fox Selma Kauffman, Kray Sparaga, Bernard OstI Harry Zukernick, chairman of Ithp anniversary observance, anInounccd that in the year since Ehe Y moved into its new quarters It 1536 Bay Road it has served |4000 persons per week. Over 35 lorcanizations used its meeting Irooms. Organization of a nursery school. Golden Age Club arts Idub. music department and little [theatre group were highlights of I the years activities. The president's annual report %  was given by Weinkle and plans Ifor the future were announced Ibv Executive Director Gus JacobDaniel Schlanger, president of the southern section of the Jewish Welfare Board, praised Weinkle and Zukernick for their work with the Y Sliohin Lodge To nisor Dance Mrs. Gordon Will Head Beth David Sisterhood Mrs. Harry Gordon was named president of Beth David Sisterhood at a meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Talmud Torah. Also elected to office were Mrs. Frank Rose, first vice president; Mrs. Al Lasko, second vice [ president; Mrs. William Danziger, third "vice president; Mrs. Ed Merlin, membership secreAfrs. Gordo?i tary; Mrs. Harry Einhorn, recording secretary; Mrs. Bernard Schreidell, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Meyer Forer, financial secretary; Mrs. Herman Goodman, treasurer; Mrs. Ben Kandel, sergeant-at-arms. Directors who will serve a term of three years are: Mrs. Samuel August. Mrs. Ida Hartz and Mrs. Elix Hinkes. Elected to serve as directors for two years are: Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. Jack Rosenberg and Mrs. Sam Dickson. One year directors include: Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mrs. Abraham I Kasow and Mrs. Max Bergman. Frink Campaigns From Automobile Herb Frink's campaign for reelection to the Miami Beach City Council is rolling: figuratively and literally. The popular Miami Beach councilman and former mayor is directing his campaign this time from mobile headquarters in his automobile. The Frink family car has been equipped with all the essentials for a winning campaign —telephone, signs, literature and the candidate himself. "Most of my time is going to be spent getting around seeing my friends, so I decided to set up the headquarters right in my ear." explained the successful Mirfc3= Spoi First in a series of social events I to raise funds for Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith's service programs, will be a vaudeville night and dance to be held Sunday at 8 p.m. at Flagler Gardens, 326 E. Flagler St. A novelty magic show will I feature H. Leslie Quigg, Miami city commissioner, who will demonstrate hypnptism upon members of the audience. John Jahn. the magic man, will perkten aleight of hand tricks, it is announced by Abe Aronovitz, program chairman, of the evening. General chairman, Jerome Weinkle. has planned a full evening of dancing to the music of Henry Dring and his orchestra. Refreshments will be served by the Sholem Women's Chapter. Tickets may be secured from any B'nai B'rith member, or at the door. The public is invited to attend. BERNIE SAFFER Renders a CATERING SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Isaac Levin Lodge Holds Membership Party A membership games party sponsored by Isaac Levin Lodge, Bnai B'rith, was held Thursday, May 19, at the home of Emanuel Levmson, 940 S.W. 6th St. Bob Levin introduced new members and President Donald Eanett described the social programs planned for the summer. NO PARTY TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL JACK JILL Caterers 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Avenue PHONE 9-0573 ALWAYS FRESH Available at Your Grocer All Our Products Are Kosher Mfd. in Miami Daily by AT 2180 N.W. 13th AVL. MIAMI ami Beach business man. "You can't cover Miami Beach on foot any more it's grown so much." A branch office of the Frink campaign will be officialy opened Monday at 955 Washington, and Herb and Mrs. Frink are looking forward to seeing their many friends. "There isn't time to get out personal invitations, but we want everybody to come," the councilman said. Miami Beach voters have elected Frink to the council three times. When he first offered himself for public office in 1939, he was elected for a two-year term. In 1941 and again in 1945 Miami Beach voters re-elected him for Commissioner Quigg To Speak At Luncheon Commissioner Leslie Quigg, will be the guest speaker at the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, weekly luncheon club today at 12:30 p.m., in the Downtowner Restaurant, Seybold Bldg. Commissioner Quigg will entertain the members t>f Sholem Lodge with hypnotism and ventriloquism. William L. Pallot, luncheon club chairman, will introduce Commissioner Quigg. four-year terms, each time r/iving him the largest endorscm int of any candidate on the bal'.ot. LISTEN TO WWPB EVERY SATURDAY AT 8 P.M. LISTEN TO WBAY FRIDAY AT 1-SUNDAY AT 10 AM. The Lonely Acres Perhaps the saddest ground in any cemetery is that given over to the so-called "single graves." A single grave is usually purchased for (not by) its owner, whose mortal remains are thus, for all eternity, separated from those near and dear to him. These burial spaces are necessarily sold "in rotation"— that is, one after the other. Adjoining spaces are not, as in the case of the family plot, inviolably reserved for wife, husband or other kin. Single graves are generally purchased on the spur of the last moment for those who neglected to provide a family plot while there yet was time. Most cemeteries necessarily sell them. Yet every cemetery would far prefer that there were fewer of the lonesome single graves BECAUSE— Only a family plot, selected long before need, can assure the comforting certainty that those whom God has joined in kinship will be united in timeless repose, not separated here, there and whoknows-where. 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PAGE SIX lt*i§tfkrfcftor FRIDAY, MA Y!M^ Miami Auxiliary Homo For Aged Will Install Mrs. William Danziger will be installed as president of the Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Horr.e for the Aged at a luncheon Tuesday at noon at the Dru:r.. 3622 Coral Way. Harold Shapiro will be featured speaker and Cantor Maurice Mamches will sing accompanied bv Mrs. Elsie Steibel. Mrs. Benjanv.n Sherry, former president ol the Miami Beach auxiliary, will be installing officer and Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub will serve as toastmistri ss Bars. Joseph Fine will deliver the invocation. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Isadore Cohen. Other officers to be installed are: Mrs. Maxim Hershey, first vice president; Mrs. Nat E. Katz. second vice president: Mrs Bernard Bernstein, third vice president; Mrs. Sidney J. Covner, financial secretary: Mrs. Jack Shansky. recording secrel Mrs Eva Krohn. corresponding secretary; Mrs Joel Zalis, ti urer: Sirs. Frances Boeninger. social secretary: Mrs. Isadore Cohen, parliamentarian: Mrs. Ben Kandel, sergeant-at-arms. Members of the reception committee are the Mesdames Henrietta Waldman. David Potash. Louis Browr.. Isadore Langner and Harry Field. Trustees include the Mesdames Isadore Cohen. Benjamin Sherry. Joseph Fine and Jennie Grossinger. The board of directors is composed of 40 members. Judge Harold B. Spaet. president of the Home, and Mrs. Spaet. Leo Allen, executive director of the Home, and Mrs. Allen will attend the affair. Phoi Mrs. William Danziger Iftcth II Plan* Lai: llOmrr I V l* Pupils of the Beth El Hoi and Sunday Schools will participate in a Lag B'Omer outing all day Sunday at Matheson Hammock. Under the joint auspices uf the Beth El Sisterhood and the Parent Teachers Association, the partv will meet at the Beth El building at 590 S.W. 17th Ave. at 10 a.m. and will leave for the picnic grounds in groups. Parents are urged to bring their cars to provide adequate transportation for the large i umber of children wl o are i xpt i ted to atti n Mrs. Edward Schwartz. Mrs. Ernie Chernoff and Mrs. Charles members of the oul announce that ice m and soda will be provided for the guest ut ask that they bring their lunch. Abraham Rochstein, athletic director of the Miami Y. will be on hand to direct and supervise I games and activity Judith Wol|Mri Xanied Attache Judith Wolpert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert. 1776 S.W. 16th Ave.. recently received word from the State Department that she has been accepted for the post of cultural he to Venezuela. Miss Wolpert. a graduate of Miami Senior High, is now a student at Wellesley, where she is chief justice of the student body She was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was voted "the most brilliant" in her class. 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FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1949 +Jmlsli ikrktetti PAGE SEVEN "MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln. Road Suite 50 1 — Phono 5-5419 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired nowj you will iavt on a new reef later ••Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 a. w. 82nd Avenue HHONB s-Beeo ljjgmwwi >S*iyov Spin Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 \ Essen I Construction Co 2052 N.W. Second Ave. Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL.. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. a\ Snapper Creek Harvey D. Kasow To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow 2100 S.W. 21st Ave.. announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Harvey David, to be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at Beth David Synagogue. Harvey will conduct the musaf services. A reception in the Talmud Torah will follow the ceremony and relatives and friends are invited to attend. The confirmand is a student at Shenandoah Junior High, where he is a member of the school's mixed chorus. A member of Habonim, Harvey has attended the Beth David Hebrew School fox six years and has served as junior cantor of the congregation for the last three years. Mr. and Mrs. Kasow will honor Harvey at a reception to oe held in their new home Sunday aft rnoon from 2 to 5. The affair will also honor their daughter, Doris, who will graduate fron: Miami Edison High School in June and enter Russell Sage College in Troy, N. Y., in the fall. Out-of-town guests for the Bar Mitzvah include Harvey's paternal grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca Kasow, New York, and his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mis. Arthur Kasow, White Plans, N. Y. Zionist ( omiril To Present Concert Scenes from 'A Flag Is Born" by Ben Hecht with Clara Langsncr, stage and screen actress as narrator, Bernard Ostfeldt, choreographer, Ruth Brotman, soprano, Dr. Paul Beck, tenor, and Anyuta Melicov, pianist, will open the concert and variety revue to be staged in Flamingo Park Sunday evening, May 22, at 8:30 p.m. The show will be sponsored by the Labor Zionist Council (Youth Group). Clara Langsner has appeared with Paul Muni, the Barrymores and many famous movie stars in Hollywood. The Habonim (meaning "the builders") will present a pageant depicting modern Israel and Rabbi Max Shapiro will talk on his recent trip to Israel. One of the highlights of the evening will be Chana Grosberg star of the Polishe Bunde who is an internationally known commedienne. Other noted artists to appear on the program are Clara Lieber, Russian gypsy character singer, Hildegarde dance group in a Maytime dance festival and ballet dancing, Bernard Ostfedt in Sapnish dances, Maurice the Magician, Ruth Brotman and Paul Beck. Tickets are priced at $1 plus tax and are for sale by members and at Condave's Music Store, 1224 Washington Ave., the Bookworm, 214 Valencia, Coral Gables, and the Treasure Chest, 42 N.E. 1st St. In case of rain the per-, formance will be held the following night. Emma Lazarus (nit Will Meet The Emma Lazarus Chapter, Business and Professional Women, B'nai B'rith, will hold a meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y. Miss Ethel Pont, retiring president who was recently appointed State Federation president at the Havana convention, will report on the four-day conclave in Cuba and describe state-wide plans for the B'nai B'rith women's chapters. Newly elected president, Miss Dorothy Rader, will appoint delegates to the District Grand Lodge convention in Savannah, Ga., May 28-31. H Joe H Adam,, president of the American Hotel Association joe n. rto" r modore Hotel was singularly honored on and manager *£**£! (above) was presented to him by April 19. wh a ^^foHhe Honda Stale Hotel Association the officers and directors oi i ue Presentation of the whose signatures are graved onlhe p q ^ ^ plaque, given "in recognitionid \m mgn ^ t the ferred upon one £flSSZwri "** for many presidency of h ^ m c an .i !" and meritorious service to the years has rendered most urasuum Pickard, retiring whole hotel *•*•$£ W ^ ie m A d otel AsSiori and president of r ,\i HAR00* C V Safety Harfctr. 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>AGE QGHT Josephine A. Davis Weds Marvin Cohen Miss Josephine A. Davis. daughter of Ben Davis and Mrs Janet Davis-Hart. London, England, became the bride of Marvin S. Cohen, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs Alex Cohen, 2220 S.W. 19th Terr on Friday, April 22 The marriage was solemnized by Rabbi David Raab. The bride attended Roedean School, England, and the A: can Acacemv of Dramatic Arts. Ni •'•• York City. Mr. Cohen graduated from Pittsburgh Univc and took graduate work at the U iversity of Miami. He is director of the Coburn School, Noimandy Isle. Miami Beach Myron Coulton To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Coultor.. 2775 S.W. 29th Ave., formerly of Rochester, N. Y, announce that their son, Myron, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow mornir.g at 9 o'clock at the Miami Hebrew Myron Coulton S< hool and Congregation. The yung man will conduct the entire service, read in the Torah and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will respond. The Bar Mitzvah is junior canto.of the Miami Hebrew Schooi and Congregation and a member of Boy Scout Troop No. 85. He attends Shunandoah Junior Hich s'hool where he is a member of tl i unior band. A reception will follow the c lemony. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. — V Cc-o: G.'.ler Carol Oilier To Wed Isaac Fryd Mr. and Mrs Ben Giller. IMC Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach. announce the engagement of tneir daughter. Carol, : Isa?Fryd. I son of Mr and Mr* A L Fryd. Tel Aviv Isr The bride-to-be will attend the Universitv oi Mi ... Mr. Fryd is now a student at the University of Miami studying civil engineering. A family wedding on June 19 will take "place in the garden of the horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman, uncle and aunt of the bride-elect. Jacobs To Celebrate Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mis. Julius Jacobs. 2171 S.W. 21st St, will celebrate their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary on Sunday. May 29, with an open, house beginning at 3 p.m. On hand to join in the festivities will be the Jacobs' son, Alvin. who is attending the University of Florida. Another son, Robert, is serving with the Ai med Forces in Labrador and a third son, Fred, died in the service in 1945. No personal invitations are belrg issued. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Huth Smolensky Becomes Mrs. Dryer Mr. and Mrs. Morris Smolensky, formerly of Miami and now living in New York, announce the marriage of their daughter, Ruth, to Joseph Dryer of Toronto, Canada. The marriage was solemnized in Toronto Tuesday, May 17. After a wedding trip the couple will reside in New York. Miss Smolensky was an active member of the Miami Business and Professional Division of Hadassah, havirg held the chairmanship of Hadassah Medical Organization for two years. Mrs. Kogan To Entertain Mrs, Alexander Kogan, patroness of Beta Theta Chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma, will entertain the retiring and newly elected officers of the chapter at a luncheon-splash party tomorrrow at the Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach. gjggfog Hark/ton Personally Speaking • | Mr and Mrs. Nat Roth, 337 N.E. 28th St., celebrated their thirtieth wedding anniversary Tuesday night at a family dinner. A Goodman, 2225 Loft St., Hollywood, Fla., is spending the summer in Pontiac, Mich. Theresa Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen 2220 S W 19th Ten., has recovered from her recent illness and returned to New York City, where she is employed as a research assistant in the editorial department of Time Magazine. The bris milah of William Alan, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. Pomerance. 1535 West 21st St., Sunset Isle, took place on Wednesday May 11, with Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg as godparents and Sam Goldberg as sandek. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pomerance, grandparents; Mrs. James Glasser, aunf Sanford Pomerance, uncle; Dr. and Mrs. Louis Julian and a host of other friends. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. Eugene Lilienfeld. 304 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, is spending the summer with her son. Dr. S. Lillienfeld, in Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Esther Morrison of Miami Beach is spending the summer in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Mott Nentzov of Belfast, Ireland, arrived in Miami Monday to celebrate their silver wedding anniversary at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Penick, 450 N.W. 108th Terr. Abraham Wenncn. 1301 Alton Road, Miami Beach, will leave for Brooklyn, N. Y.. Sunday. While in the North, he will attend the wedding of his grandson, David, to Judith Ringle of Pcsaic. N. J.. to be'held at the Waldorf Astoria June 5. Mrs. Fcr.nie Rika of Miami Beach and her daughter, Mrs. Irving Serin of Beverly Hills, Cal., who has been visiting here for the past seven weeks left last week for Chicago. Another daughter, Miss Evelyn Rifas, will leave for New York on May 28, and on June 3 will sail on a cruise to Venezuela. Upon her return she will fly to Chicago for a short visit and will return to Miami with her mother. Dr. and Mrs. Julian A. Rickles, 5323 Alton Road, Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Thomas Jacob, born at St. Francis Hospital. Because the baby was born on the 129th birthday of Florence Nightingale, the hospital, in accordance with its annual custom, provided free maternal care for him. Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Scheinberg, 2725 S.W. 3rd Ave., announce the birth of a daughter, Terry Lynn, May 10 at St. Francis Hospital, Miami Beach. The mother is the former Mary Hillyer, Danville, 111. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg of this city. M %  %  %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lazar announce the birth of a daughter, Michel Rae, born May 12 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg. Word was received from Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, who is now in Israel, that she is very impressed with the progress that the new nation has made since 1937. "... I feel that all of us outside this country must continue to help," she writes, "especially to house, employ and rehabilitate the thousands of DPs who come each week." Giller Named President Of State Apt. House Assn. Ben Giller was elected president of the Florida State Apartment House Association at the group's annual meeting in St. Petersburg last weekend. Miami Beach was selected as host city for the 1950 conclave. Other officers elected were: Harry Miller, Miami, first vice president; Charles B. Wells, Daytona Beach, second vice president; Michael Fox, Miami Beach, secretary: Richard G. de Mutelle, Orlando, treasurer; Arthur D. Fishman, Miami Beach, executive director. Mrs. Myers Re-elected Mrs. Stanley CMyers was recently re-elected chairman of Florida State Welfare Board No. 9. Fred Hartnett of Coral Gables was elected vice chairman. Mrs. Myers will attend a State Welfare meeting in Jacksonville tomorrow. Consumptive Relief Society To Install Mrs. Hy Friedman will be in ducted as president of the Great er Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief Society at ceremonies to be held Sunday at 8 p.rn at ,„ Sherry Frontenac Hotel thc Rabbi Max Shapiro will serve as installing officer. Vocal soloi Rita Auerbach. accompanied hv Rhoda Granet, will present sev Officers o Clara Hirsch Landau Chapt.r, B'nai B'rith Young Woman, were inatallad in ^ar.momes at which mothers of numbers wore honored. Mrs. Beverly Backar, District Grand Lodge vice president, acted as installing ofiicar. Pictured (1. to r.) are: Ruth Kapp. historian imSS! Norma Tnalblum, treasurer; Bert. Ann Browncorresponding secretary. PUklngtoa studio Mrs. Hy Friedman oral selections. Jack Bemteron and his variety show will also provide entertainment. Others who will be seated at the affair are: Mrs. Morris Goluskin, first vice president; Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld, second vice president; Mrs. Sam Kalmus, treasurer; Mrs. Lawrence Simkin, financial secretary; Mrs. Jerome Poncher, recording secretary; Mrs. Jack Gordon, corresponding secretary; Past President Mrs. Sol Brown, counsellor. Mrs. Dewey Klein will again serve as case chairman, supervising weekly visits to tubercular wards of local hospitals. Mrs. Lou Ross, installation chairman, will be assisted by a group of hostesses. The public is invited to attend. & urdfoe's We've the newest TEE SHIRTS on the Florida Scene! $1.98 $0.98 I to each New Tee shirts made to catch compliments a-plenty. New midriff cotton knit daring plunging neckline shirts, terry cloth drying-otf shirt Burdine's has the newest versions and your favorite classic styles, too. 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dt. Sinai Auxiliary l0 Elect Officers |The Women's Auxiliary of Mt. L %  unsDital of Greater Miami Emm" Thursday. May 26, at t hospital. 4300 Alton Road. tmi Sach. to elect officers. A slate of nominees was pre. d by the nominating com%  Tttee at' the first meeting of the Elation on May 12, at which l rg r 700 women were present i vc ^horshiD is given a period fetwTlSTuntIi May 26) to [ reS additional nominees to I *"" eludes: Mrs. Max \ m T^ n?cMdcnt; Mrs. Monte HrtirS vice President; Mrs. ISmuel Simonhoff, second vice I SntMrs. Louis Krensky. E vice president; Mrs. BenI min Meyers, Mrs. Abraham IgSnaSirs. Harold Spaet^vice lrpsidents; Mrs. Harry MarkIS treasurer; Mrs. Meyer Ischwartz, assistant treasurer; IM,S. Herbert Schwarz, correIfponding secretary; Mrs. Harry Kaufman, recording secretary; IClrs William Bernstein, financial Isecretary: Mrs. Isaac Levin, audiTr.e membership of the organization now numbers over 2000. I Women interested in participating are asked to join. Annual dues are one dollar. Miriam Sandier To Join Slimmer Brides The engagement and coming marriage of Miriam Sandier, 939 Alton Road, Miami Beach, to Murray Kripple, son of Mr. and Mrs. West Miami Unit %  <: %  <<** Officers Milton Beigel was elected president of the West Miami Jewish Community Center last week. He succeeds Harry Klein, who is now a member of the board. Eugene H. Kolnick To | Become Bar Mitzvah The Bar Mitzvah of Eugene I Harold Kolnick. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kolnick, 1011 4th St.. Miami Beach, will be held tomorrow morning at the Beth Jacob ConRieSation. A reception will follow the ceremony at the Kolnick home. Temple Isaiah To Hold Picnic Sunday Winding up the activities of the Religious School of Temple Isaiah, a picnic for pupils and their parents will be held Sunday. Parents and children will meet at the Temple at 10 a.m. and will proceed in cars to Crandon Park. Games and races will highlight the afternoon's activities, according to Mrs. Jay B. Keys, supervisor of the Religious School. Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of the congregation, has announced that prizes will be distributed to the children winning in the various activities. Working on arangements for the event are: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tupler, Julius Jay Perlmutter, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, Mr. and Mrs. David Pollack and others. Harold Shapiro, a member of the Temple board of directors, will lead the parade of cars. DOV Chapter To Install Leaders Officers of the DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women will be installed Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the Beth El Auditorium, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Emanuel Karger will serve as mistress of ceremonies ana isorman R. Lyons, WBAY radio commentator and local attorney, will be installing officer. The charter of the DOV Chapter will be dedicated to the late David Adlerblum, in whose honor the chapter is named, by Rabbi Murray Grauer of Congregation Beth El. Cantor Maurice Mamches will sing several selections. Members and friends are invited to attend. REFUSE Miriam Sandier David Kripple, 321 S.W. 9th Ave., have been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sandier. Baltimore, Md. The wedding will take place Saturday evening, July 2, at Congregation Beth El with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. The bride-elect attended schools in Baltimore, while Mr. Kripple attended New Jersey schools. Both are veterans of World War II, Miss Sandier having served in the Marine Corps Women's Reserve and her fiance in the Army. Mi/ton Beigel Also elected to office were Tilden Cornblum. vice president; Stephen Simon, treasurer; Mrs. Harry Tamarkin, recording secretary; Mrs. Henry Randall, corresponding secretary. Members of the board include: Jack Bennet, Louis Goldin, Sam Gordon, Seymour Samuels, Leonard Kalish, Ed Holly, Mrs. Isidore Teitler, Abe Blumin, Barney Fisher. Harry Tamarkin. Plans are now being formulated for a first anniversary dance and journal. Rita Mayer is chairman of the affair, proceeds from which are earmarked for the construction of a synagogue. Ruth Samuels, 48-2940, is in charge of the page in the pournal for memoriams, and Phyllis Mayer, 83-3911, is chairman of the page on children's names. A building committee has been formed and construction is slated to get under way in July in order that the synagogue may be complete by the time of the High Holy Days. Auxiliary To Meet Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary 199, Free Sons of Israel, will hold a social meeting for members and friends at the Seacomber Hotel, Miami Beach, Thursday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Harvey Herman, program chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. R. Levine and Mrs. J. Jacoby. A short business meeting will precede the social. Natalie Samuels Honored The Temple Isaiah Young Peoples League held a cocktail party honoring the president, Miss Natalie Samuels, who is leaving for a stay in New York City. Included in the evening's entertainment was an exhibition in hypnotism by Sy Lippman; an original piano composition rendered by Sy Gaster; pantomimes by Jerry Kramer. Evelyn Ell was in charge of refreshments; Ernest Neuman, publicity, and Eleanor Keys, hospitality; Gloria Berry, program. UUNEJ DAlRK •^ BRAND ^*1 Betrothal Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mendelsohn, 1301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, announce the betrothal .of their daughter, Charlotte, to Seymour Balbok, son of Mr. and Mis. Morris Balbok of South Haven, Mich. The wedding will take place in South Haven on June 5. The bride-elect was graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in Brooklyn. Mr. Balbok attended schools in Michigan and is an Army veteran with overseas service. Jerome Weinkle and Harry Gordon are co-chairmen of the allday outing and dinner to be sponsored by the Miami Zionist District Sunday. May 29. at the Ouarter Deck Club, anchored twelve miles out i n the bay. 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PAGE TEN +JeisbtUridton FRIDAY, MAY 20, Flagler-Granada Center Committees Announced At the last meeting of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center, Herman Feldman, newly elected president, made the following committee appointments: Building and site. Charles Adelman. %  nan, Samuel Kirshner, Sidnej Baakl Harry Kapl,w, Robert Taub<-r JewUh activities, Benjamin Clein, chairman. Solomon Issenberg, Sidney Stiller. James Segal; entertainment. Leo Rothstein. chairman, Mr. and Mrs, Sarr.j-'i Kirshner, Mr and Mrs Jos Masters, Mr. and Mrs. Max Gordon, Mr. and MrRs : Lar.g, Mr nnd Mrs. So] Klssinoff, M and Mrs Al Shenberg and Dor %  • •:-: %  • athletic committ%  B I chairman. Milton Korotkli Harrv Hirsh. Hy Coverman. Milton Shenpublicity cl Benjamin Clein; Bunshlnc chairman, Evelyn Cleln; membership and "...men's actlvltles, Lou Bsloe ar.'i Bern Segal. rmen, Mr. and Mrs smln Esther Esloe, Ri .-K Iman. Mr.R K. .! Ray M Lang. Marcle Cove Adeiman. Mr and Mrs I • Mr and Mrs. .'.-. r. Coh< n All Naomi Stiller, Mr. and II Kaplow. The membership and women's activities committee will hold a dance at the Coral Gabk-i Woman's Club Saturday, June 18. A television se: will be given away at the affair. The dance reception committee includes: Mrs Ralph Lang, Mrs. George Balb-.r, Mrs. James Segal. Joe Masters and Benjamin Clein. Plans are also being formulated for a picnic in Matheson Hammock in July and a moonlight boat ride in August. Next meeting of the group will be held May 26 at the Coral Gables Woman's Club. An amateur hour will be held and refreshments will be served. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN PROBATE So 22481 Ri ESTATE OF SARAH RAPHAEL, a:— known ...S RAPHAEL. Deceased T< All Creditors an All Person* HavIng Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Vou, and each of yi i, are hi i el fled and requiieii to i • i it any is and demandt •' %  filch >u. or either of you, may hav< against estati i .-. ..: % %  ', also know n .-' Raphael, dec eased, late of i es, Dade (' iunl •. Fl< irida, to th< Hon W, F. Blanton, County Judge ol Dadi Co inty, and file iin Ban •• in ffl i in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight mom fi om the date of the first publication hereol Said claims t.r demands to contain the %  %  f i mam i b< sworn to and pri sent) I as afoi esald oi sa me • %  .-• %  12 "(the Probat Acl i te Mas 16th, A.D 1949 HELEN A LYONS, A Exei II Is of the Last Will and of Sarah Raphael, also kii Raphai Dc ea led, MYERS HEIMAN .*7 <> 3-1" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N"TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In islnest mder the fictitious name of Fairmont Hotel at loofl Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Ciicuit Court of Dade County. FlorJERRY PA MET SAM SAPSOVITZ Partners OB iRGE CHERTKOF Olympka Bldg. Attorney Tor Applicants I 13-30-21 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT 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 SEROPULOS EDWARD WEISS Partners HARRY DIETZ 1 "Tigress Bldg. Attorney for Applicants 4 :'9 5/6-13-20 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF PLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE r .H NTY ,N CHANCERY, No I246S8 DOROTHY W. DOBBS. Plaintiff, vs AUGUST V. DOBBS, Defendant. You. AUGUST V. DOBBS, 8.">2K—2.".2 Street, Bellerose, Queens, Long Island. New York, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on the 13th day of June, A.D. 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 11th day of May, A.D. 1949. E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. 'Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. PEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MILTO.v A FRIEDMAN, Attorney Seybold Building j/13-2o-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 Euclid Investment Co. at 715 Euclid Avenue. Miami, Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Couit of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS KAHAN MORRIS PLATT Iviual Partners SHIRLEY WOOLP Attorney for Applicants 4L"' IJncoln Road 4/22 -29 5/6-1 3-20 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 1025 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida ANITA FRANK MARILYN FRANK E. DAVID ROSEN Attorney for applicants 5/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of tattle Brooks Dress shop at *6:i Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, intends to reglstel said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ITTIE SIROTA 6/20-27 6/3-10 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DAM: COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 143M, RE: ESTATE OF MAY G KENT Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as EXECUTOR of the estate ol MAY Q KENT deceased; and that on the 1", day of June. |S4ft, will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON. ('ountv Judge Of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and foe final discharge as EXECUTOR of the Estate Of MAY G. KENT, .le. eased. This 14th day of Mv, |S4| ARNOLD II KENT CUSHMAN. WOODARD tc OOTTHARDT Attorney for EXECUTOR 5/20-27 6/3-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COl RT "F I HI;. I'.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ; 'r FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. MURIEL SHLOMK IWIJJ MEYKROWITZ. P'.aintiff. vs. BORIS METEROWITZ. Defen dant YOU. BORIS MEYEROWITZ. I Quentin Road. Brooklyn. New Yorlt, are w Ufla I to fUs four appearan• in the above cause for divorce, on or before June 6, 1?49. or a decree pro confesso will be enteied against you. DATED Mas I I4 E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. ***** ,'M C FBI Deputy Clerk. MAX R SILVER AM nev for Plaintiff Beybold Building Miami, Florida 5 6-1J-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 LITTLE RIVIERA COCKTAIL LOUNGE at number 165 N.E. 7tth Cltj I Miami, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk if the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EVANS CORPORATION ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE & AR< 'NOVITZ :• Seybold Bldg Attorneys for Applicants 5.'6-13-20-:: 6 3 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE ''IP.CUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FI-ORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No 124S8S. ALBERT ,-TRICKOFF, Plaintiff, vs. CLARA STRICKoFF. Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: CLARA STRICKOFF' 2941 Weal :.-th 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-styled cause on or before the 1st day of June. 1949, otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami Florida, this 2nd day of May, 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Bldg. Miami. Florida 5/6-13-20-27 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 124636 PAN AMERICAN CORP.. a Florida corporation. INTERNATIONAL IMPORTING & EXPORTING CO., a Florida corporation, and MEYER SCHWARTZ. individually. Plaintiffs, vs. HAL LEITMAN. HARVEY LEITMAN, MAX LEITMAN and DONALD LEITMAN, Trading and doing Business as THE TIRE MART. Defendants. TO: HAL LEITMAN 329 West 76th Street New York. N. Y. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint has been filed against yoa by Pan American Corp., a Florida corporation, International Importing & Exerting Co., a Florida corporation, and MEYER SCHWARTZ, Individually, In the above styled cause and in the above named Court: and you are further notified that you are hereby required to file an appearance in said proceedings on or before the 13th day of June, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confesed by you. This order is to be published once a week for four (4) consecutive weeks, in the Jewish Florldian, a newspaper published in Dade County, Flu Ida. Dated this 11 dav of Mav, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN; Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE & ARONOVITZ Solicitors for Plaintiff 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 Davison's at 911 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida. Intends to reglstel said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida DAVIDSON BROS INC. By NATHAN DAVIDSON, President MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants Seybold Bldg. 4'29 5'6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in 5Vi ln vt?2.H n J er t !'; fictitious name of • i'^ '/>*.. SF' K SERVICE LAUNDRY at 21lo N.W 62nd Street. Miami, Flor.?.*• A" 1 *. 1 1 to "ulster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM S. SIMONS ADELE SIMONS Petitioners MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioners Seybold Rldg. 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 f-.h "A. ar /"a" rl at "1 N.W fIS '." I ,' : le *'•">>-. Florida intend to register said name with' the JOHN J. DOMBROWSKI DOLORES DOMBROWSKI JOSEPH MARTYNA VICTORIA MARTYNA Partners HARRY DIETZ Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicants 4/2S i/-13-20-2I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirinito engage In business \ind.-r the fictitious name of oxf.rd's at 102 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MIRIAM 8EIDERMAN KM A NI' EL SEIDERMAN Partners ". f,-13-2P-27 6 3; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in inder the fictitious name of • Dress Shop al TM N. E I2.ith St.. North Miami, Florida, intends to ••v.,ill name with the Clerk of the • ii Court of DobCounty, Finn.l.i DOROTHY L. GOLDMAN %  13-20-27 6 S-10 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. Uth Ave., Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. THEO ABEL, Sole Owner i : %  • : 8-1J-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in businesi und< r the fictitious name of Gertlei Boll Co. at 1063 N. w. jth Street. Miami. Fla.. Intends to reglstel said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Ida. J( ISEPH GERTLER 5 (-13-20-27 6,3 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT OoUKT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FIXRIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No 124493. THOMA8 EDWARD HEROLD. Plaintiff. VS. HELEN ELIZABETH HEROLD, Defendant. To HELEN ELIZABETH HEROLD, ^21 Western Connersvllle, Indiana i ; are hereby ordered to file your iwer to the bill of complain! for divorce filed against you by THOMAS EDWARD HEROLD, on or before the 6 day of June. 1949. otherwise the allegations ..! said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DoNE AND ORDERED this 5 dav of May. ::•!.• E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By CHARLES BOLAND, Deputy Clerk. GEoRGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for plaintiff 5/13-20-21 6'3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirin? to engage In business under the fictitious name of ToWER CLEANERS at 1420 S. W. Itb 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 0,6-13-20-27 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 5925 N W 22nd Ave.. Miami. Honda, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. DAVID SHUBOW, Sole Owner .1/13-20-27 6-3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of vl! am 1 ?,', 1< s at 25 N. E. 2nd Street. -Miami. Horida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida ,,, ^. v. -NICHOLAS DANIELS MlLTo.N A. FRIEDMAN Seybold Bldg. Attorney for applicant 5/8-11-20-21 6 3 \. T ,M : : .,r iIU L 1T COURT OF THE H*Y5R !" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT v< < In 1 K '' u ''COUNTY, UMir! CHANCERY, No! M HPOS "KRSH. Plaintiff, vs. SAM HERSH, Defendant. You. SAM HERSH. c/o Rand Drug Company, 617 Homewood Avenue. ittsburgh. Pennsylvania, are notified to tile your appearance in the above cause for divoice on the 6th day of June, A D. 1949. otherwise decree pro i onfesso will be entered against you. Dated this 5th day of May, A. D. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. K ircult Court Seal) By 11 C. FEIGE. MILTON A FRIEDMAN e Uty Cto Seybold Bldg Attorney foi Applicant 5/6-13-20-27 IN NOTICE TO APPEAR THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1*4 166. ELAINE ZUCKMAN LOMBARDI. Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH LOMBARDI, 1 'cfendant. You. JOSEPH LOMBARDI, 318 West (9th Street, New York City, N.w York, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on the 6th day of June, A. D. IMt, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. .Dated this 4 day of May, A. D. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Ciicuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, ... Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Seybold Bldg. Attorney for Applicant 8/8-U-30-2J Miami, Florida; %  '•'/.,,, •> St Si said name with' the CU* "{ "SlSl cuit Court ^M,,,..;.;*^ AMOS BEN^uT' %  £.V" rn i ,or A,,i 1 • ..03-6 Olympla B'.k4/29 5/6-13-20.27 — —_jiviirf; NOTICE WER^^I busln^^^r^.^ "469 BAR" at 48Wepff!5'25| Miami, Florida. |.,..,L t] W*r s t ?J r, v .,VB UNDER FICTITX-H NOTICE lMB5^£? R^hland Laundry and^w r am 'J 4322 N. W. 2nd Aven ,e v?""'" Ida. intends in ,, r M H R with the Clerk of vS^tSSf n 'M of Dade Countv. Fiorids ltt %  EDWARD Hippt, Sole Owner I I K HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Appl Congress Bldg 4 L'2-29 5 6-1 3-20 v NOT,CE ussK^ar NOTICE 18 HEREBY ORB the undersigned, dealriac t„ „ thwl ot th;'cirVuirc.;:rr.: !, :.*'/LV ,h c5 Florida. Lui Comn.1 WALTER 1: i.nivro MYERS, H!,^ J| tf£f ^r M f L.h W e a r ,terEff 4/29 5 6-13-20-27 < I ORDER OF PL IN THE CIRCUIT 1 ELEVENTH JIB OF FLORIDA IN COUNTY. — IN 1 121367. JOSEPH COLANDR CHARLOTTE ant. To: CHARLOTTE Ruxton Road. (1 Island. New Y YOU ARE HEREI file your appi styled cause foi the sth day ..f .1 Dated this '.-tli dai E B I. (Circuit Court Bj SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney 817 Seybold Building Miami, Florida ". 13-20-27 6/3 BLICATI0N 1 '' >'-T OF -UP I ICIAL \Mi FOR :-U>BI HA.NVK!:V^| '• I'lalntiff, ANDR0,DiJ| COUXDRo. B| '• • N -' %  L:n| '• %  NOTIFimJ m the abessj n I 1949. of Mav. ;(i .EATHERJUi of Circuit Ceet| M c rewi Depul I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thst the undersigned, desiring to ene.-.sc la business under the fictitious asm of 1 SAM'S SWAP SHoP at U X \\ jiU Street, Miami, Fi..:Ida. intends to rinter said name with the Clerk of th circuit Court of llade Countv, Florida. SAM RANDEU, MAX R. SILVER Attorney for A; I 29 5/6-13-20-27 ORDER OF PUBLICATI0S N THE CIRCUIT COURT "T THE ELEVENTH .IUMC1AI. aSfttf IN AND FOR BADE (VIST!, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCHRT* 124224. GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK. Plaintiff, vs. MORRIS LEVlMtOOK. Petalant. TO: MORRIS LEVINBOOK 1544 12th Avenue Brooklyn, New Y'ork You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill ol complaint for divorce filed ajiiut you by GERTRUDE I.EVINRoOK or before the 25 da) of May, 1! ; otherwise the allegations of said bit will lie taken as confessed agalnrtyoj DONE AND oRI'ilRED THIS Sday of April, 1949 E B I.I'ATMERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Si _„ ,„ By It. H. RICE. JR. Deputy uert. | GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff 4/29 5/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY fil\E> the undersigned, desiring to WgMJ '" business under the fictitious names Joy San Shoes at 1337 ""* Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida. In f to register said name with nt of the Circuit Court of Dsde Countr. F rlda L. FRIEDI.ER, 0-ner BURNETT ROTH Cou_ J, pearance In the above cause vorce, on or before Ma> •". t0le rti Decree Pro Confesso "ill M against you. ,, KHI f „^*__W. c le (Circuit Court Seal) ^ gTBgfr MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff ^ Lssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssfl LssssssssssssssH I %  LssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssH £'^%^7&^?)&&*&&3l^:,*:-ir\x? %  Lssssssfl I Lsssssssfl Bi Lssss^BLs^Bi^H9BLsBB



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FRIDAY. MAY 20. 1949 +Jmi$tithrkHar) Abeefl Named To Mail AIM-Port b At the annual meeting of the „,Vional commission of the AntiRS rnition League of B'nai ggrteW Sunday.. May 15^ at J 5. Waldorf Astoria in New York 1 S v W ft was announced by New S'^k State Supreme Court Jus.- Meier Steinbnnk, chairman, E Leonard L. Abess had been iwtcd to the commission. The National Commission of the Anti-Defamation League is h' leasue-s governing body It „mn,K>d of community leaders SStin! a cross section of the Sire United States. Leonard SSM wiU act as representative for the Florida Region on this "Abei" is"' chairman of the advisory board and executive comSSee of the Florida Regional Offic-o of the Anti-Defamation U G?lbert J. Balkin, director of the Florida Regional Office is at the present time in New York attending the commission meeting and meetings of the national staff of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. PAGE ELEVEN Pike Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Joseph Pike formerly of 8055 North Miami Ave., will take place Sunday at 2 p.m at Mount Sinai Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Mi. Pike was a member of Beth David Congregation. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. Weiss Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jacob Weiss, formerly of Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in the Workmen's Circle plot of Mount Sinai Cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of the Workmen's Circle Cemetery Committee. All members, relatives and friends are requested to be present. Katziff Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Hyman Katziff, formerly of 918 N.W. 5th K\e., will take place Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Workmen's Circle Piot of Mount Sinai Cemetery. Mr. Katziff, who was a merchant, was a long-time resident of this area and a pioneer member of the Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. Katzker Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Leonard Katzker, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Hajry Katzker, 961 West 48th St., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 1 p.m. at Mount Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. DUNCRAGGAN INN Isaac Levin Luncheon Club To Meet Tuesday Members of Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith will hold luncheon club meetings at the Seven Seas Restaurant every Tuesday at 12:30 p.m., Donald Eanett, president, has announced. Albert Beer and Emanuel Levinson are in charge of arrangements. Wanted The Union of Russian Jews, Inc., 55 West 42nd St., New York, has announced that Martha Hoyka, nee Kossman, and her husband are being sought by her brother, Gustav Kossman. Anyone who can furnish information regarding their present whereabouts is asked to contact the union. _. Morris Bros. Photo Pictured at the installation luncheon of the Mianv. Beach Chaoler of the American Jewish Congress held at the Shelborne Hotel Friday are: (sitting. 1. to r.) Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Mrs. L. Glasser, state president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress; Mrs. L. Glickman. retiring president; Mrs. F. Grossberg. chairman of the luncheon; Kurt Singer, installing officer; Mrs. William Loeb. president; Mrs. M. Krieger, past president; Mrs. M. Rabinowit*. vice president; Mrs. H. Greenberg, vice president; (standing 1. to r.) Mrs. A. A. Hayden. president of the Miami Chapter; Mrs. M. Kogan, corresponding secretary; Mrs. MSilverstein, corresponding secretary; Mrs. T. Trent, treasurer; Mrs. F. Berger, corresponding secretary; Mrs. M. Blane, recording secretary; Mrs. H. Koretski. vice president; Mrs. E. Busker, financial secretary; Mrs. M. Tanebaum. financial secretary; Mrs. J. Kimball, vice president; Mrs. A. Lesser, auditor. H. G. Shapiro To Speak Harold George Shapiro will be featured speaker at the meeting of Miami Beach Masada to be held Thursday night at 8:30 in the auditorium of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Annex. 1415 Euclid Ave. His topic will be • "The State of Israel and Its Effects Upon the American Jew." He will also discuss current events and lead audience participation. Shapiro, who is secretary of the Coral Gables Zionist District, is one of the founders of the local Masada and now holds the edi1 torship of the Masada newspaper. Following the meeting refreshments will be served. Yiddish Theatre On the Air WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasatir, Program Director Tlotfiinq ftfee Tbthirtq Mrs. A. A. Hayden, recently re-elected president of the Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congitess. was installed at ceremonies at Burdine's Auditorium last week. Rabbi Max Shapiro served as installing officer. HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Private Swimming Pool, Qolf, Horseback Riding, Entertainment, Excellent Cuisine REDUCED RATES FOR JUNE AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line oi Auto Accessories and Parts All IMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9 1155 RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C"nBD "DID Telephone 5-9017 AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 Sales and Service AUTO LOCKS SPEEDOMETERS WINDSHIELD WIPERS AUTO GLASS & PARTS SUN VISORS SPOT LIGHTS J. A. NILON J. P. 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PAGE TWELVE -Jewlstn tr Roth Advocates Education on Tax Equalization "An educational program to tell people with tax gripes about such things as the Tax Equalization Board and how it works is one of the responsibilities of city government," Burnett Roth, candidate for the Miami Beach City Council, said today. "And not only that," Roth added, "it is the city's responsibility to assist its citizens by providing a list of comparable properties so they can determine whether or not their assessment is reasonable and fair." Roth, a home owner and vice president of the Hibiscus-PalmStar Home Owners Association, is strongly in favor of tax equalization and feels that more people could have their taxes equalized if they knew how to go about it. According to the records of lost year's meeting of the board, only several dozen people complained to the city council that their taxes were too high and few could present evidence of another piece of comparable property with lower taxes—which is the point on which their case rests. "Anyone can appear before the board," Roth said, "but you just can't say your taxes are too high. You have to be able to point to another property of comparable size, location and type of improvements on which the taxes are lower. Then the board will be able to make an adjustment if it feels one is justified." Last July the board, which is composed of members of the city council, met for ten days but the majority of cases fell by the wayside for lack of specific information. The board meets annually the first Monday in July on the 8th floor of the City Hall. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, has been selected to deliver the Sabbath sermon on May 28 at the convention of the Zionist Organization of America to be held at the Statler Hotel in New York next weekend. Dr. Marquit To Lecture The Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order, Lodge No. 357, English speaking branch, will sponsor a lecture on "Sex and Psychology" by Dr. Cyril Marquit Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in the patio of the Royal Palm Hotel, 1545 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The public is invited to attend. Camp Osceola To Open 25th .Season Preparing to open their two children's camps in North Carolina for the 25th season are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver, 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. The Silvers, who are both local public school teachers, maintain a camp for boys at Lake Osceola, near Mrs. Herbert Silver Hendersonville, and a separate vacation spot for girls at Horse Shoe, North Carolina. Members of the American Camping Association, both camps feature private swimming pools. An experienced staff of counselors supervise a full program of activities including horseback riding, boating, arts and crafts, etc. A resident physician and nurse are employed for the protection of the children. The Silvers, who have received degrees in education and physical education from several colleges, may be reached for further information at their local residence or by calling 5-5975. Hadassah Unit To Seat Leaders Mrs. Louis Gidney will be installed as president of the Deborah Group of Hadassah at a luncheon Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Versailles Hotel, 3425 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Honorary president is Mrs. Leo Levin. Others who will be inducted at the affair are Mrs. Joseph Postal, Mrs. Jav Jacobi. Mrs. Milton Lchr, vice presidents; Mrs. Sam Rubin. Mrs. Martin Ludy financial secretaries; Mrs. Maurice Rich, treasurer; Mrs. Leslie Sale. Mrs. Sam Deutsch. corresponding secretaries; Mrs. Clarence Feuer, recording secretary; Mrs. Joel Neuman, parliamentarian: Mrs. Edward Doxson, social secretary. Board members include: the Mesdames Jerry Granger, Leo Pollack. Irving Cypen. Sam Coolick, Norman Babel, Martin Genet, William Levy. Alex Robbins. Alex Strauss. Julius Mufson, Julius Saperstein. Sydney Pepper, Maurice Yalman, Bernard Fuller, Herbert Gut man. Jerry Hagen, Doran Zinner, Paul Enfield and Lewis Gorfine. Honorary board members are: Mrs. Leo Levin and Mrs. Leon Shalloway. Mrs. Herbert IT WILL TAKE A BUSINESS LEADER LIKE AARON COURSHON TO Help Miami Beach grow bigger and better! His record is distinguished by his determination and resourcefulness to succeed in all he undertakes! The Best Insurance for our city's future is Aaron Courshon as a dynamic councilman, who will spend 100% of his time in our interests! He is • OUTSTANDING IN LEADERSHIP! PULL LEVER NO. 3 ELECT AARON COURSHON TO COUNCIL JUNE 7 Visit Our Gt-Acquainted Offices Located: • 1545 Washington AT*. 58-0557 • 905 Normandy Drive 86-4235 • 320 Wast 41st St. 58-0504 • 744 Washingtn AT*. 5-4194 • 1st and Washington Ave. 5-2269 A. I-:. Woolfe Chili* Are Organized With A. Ernest (Ernie) Woolfe's campaign headquarters at 1370 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, officially open this week, "Ernie Woolfe for Councilman" clubs are springing up all over the Miami Beach area. At a luncheon Monday at Mr. and Mrs. Woolfe's home at 4474 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, a group of 90 prominent Miami Beach women organized a unit of the Woolfe for Councilman club. Active in this group are Mrs. Teresa Arnold Brand, Mrs. Herman Boughton, Mrs. Jack Caldwell, Mrs. Byron Cisco, Mrs. John Gross. Mrs. Herman • S. Kohen, Mrs. S. H. Leslie, Mrs. Ethel Maloney, Mrs. Sidney Weinstock. This week a group of professional men entered the Woolfe campaign with a "Doctors and Dentists for Woolfe" club. Cochairmen of the medical unit arc Doctors Herman Boughton and Barney Weinkle. Chairman of the dental group is Dr. Richard Schwarz. Meanwhile 96 University of Miami students living on Miami Beach have banded themselves together to form a unit of the "Woolfe for Councilman" club. On their campaign committee are Leon Forman, David Tobin, Jerry Kramer, Tevey Woolfe (son of the candidate), and the Misses Gerry Dietz, Lois Fine and Margie Stern. Attorneys and fishermen are also organizing clubs for Woolfe. Philip Salmon, one of Woolfe's enthusiastic supporters stated: "It is because Ernie is a regular guy whom everyone likes. He has done just about everything. He's been a fur trader in Canada, a famous skater and a boxer for charity. He's a composer, a builder, a realtor and one of the most energetic civic workers on Miami Beach. He knows hundreds of important personages all over the United States, but he is as modest as a kid. He will carry Miami Beach with plenty of votes to spare." Displayed in the Woolfe headquarters next to the television set. and causing equal interest amongst the hundreds of visitors, is a blow-up of a letter from Isadore Goldberg, chairman of the Jewish National Fund. It reads: "I have noticed in the papers that you have decided to run for councilman for the City of Miami Beach. A man of your standing who is willing to make such a generous sacrifice for the sake of his community and the people he loves, deserves a great deal of appreciation by the people of Miami Beach. I therefore offer my services to you in any capacity in which you can use me. "The City of Miami Beach needs men of your calibre, and it is the duty of every citizen to support you." t %  "-Seymour Rreniwr Determined to go over the top in their $10,000 quota, tht apartment house division of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appni, under the chairmanship of Ben Giller, is still waging a rigoroui campaign. At its last meeting the board of directors of the Miami Beach Apartment House Owners Association voted to hare evert member of the board cover cards until every apartment houi owner has been solicited. Ben Giller is shown above receiving i check for $2,000 from Aaron Courshon. Rabbi Kronish To Review Books Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, will deliver the last in his series of three lectures on current books Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in the Temple patio. His theme for the evening will be books about Israel and he will review "This Is Israel" by Irving Stone, "The Birth of Israel" by Jorge Garcia Granados, "Shalom Means Peace" by Robert St. John, "In Search of a Future" by Maurice Hindus and "Trial and Error" by Chaim Weizmann. The lecture is open to the pub. lie. STILL THE BEST; THE 0 & I 01 N A L KOSHER KITCHEN SOAP For cleaning dishes, glassware, pots and pans. Economical ,.. a little goes a long way THf HGGf ST CAKf Of KOSHER SOAP PO fOU MONfr. 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MMft/LV. MAY M, IM M*isblk J ridiJair) PAGE THIRTEEN C A L LIN G All Blood Donors! The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our community ... and organizations are assured that their group will receive credit for all blood donated. Why not protect the lives of the members and give twice a year? The bank requires regular yearly donors. Perhaps you yourself or your loved ones will need blood! Whatever success the Blood Bank of Dade County has achieved since its establishment in 1941 is, in a large measure, due to the interest and generosity oi volunteer donors who have contributed so liberally of their blood. It is expected, and it happens, that the largest part of the blood issued by the Blood Bank is replaced by friends and relatives of the recipient. When the amount of blood transfused into a patient is not excessive, replacement is usually made. When, however, a patient receives five, ten, fifty, or more pints of blood or plasma (one patient received eighty-six pints of blood and plasma in two months) complete replacement cannot be expected. It is for such patients that it is necessary to recruit volunteer donors. The Blood Bank of Dade County is a permanent institution, ranking with the churches, schools and other important institutions in the service which it renders to the community. Its only commodity is human blood, and its sole purpose is the saving of human life. The need for blood is not only today, but every day in the future. There will never be a substitute for human blood. It is for this reason that a long range program, appealing to every qualified donor in the community has been instituted. The success of the program depends upon volunteer donations of blood, and the Blood Bank of Dade County is appealing to you to make this donation, so that the Blood Bank can continue its life-saving program. BLOOD BANK OF DADE COUNTY 1800 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 3-8654 This Appeal Made Possible By The Following Sponsors LEE INVESTMENT CO. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach COASTAL PAINTING CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court Phone 82-1188 BENN BROS. CONSTRUCTION CO. BUILDERS 743 N. W. 14th Court Phone 2-1615 SECURITY TRUST CO. Shoreland Building Miami ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 Collins Avenue Miami Beach FRANK D. NEWMAN INVESTMENTS Ingraham Building PENINSULAR INSTITUTE SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY & BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Pace Courses 223 E. Flagler Street, Miami UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI BARNETT'S. INC. STATIONERS 134 N. E. 1st Street MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH 420 Lincoln Road DR. C. F. McCLAMMA OPTOMETRIST 248 N. E. 79th Street E. M. ROSENBERGER Your Regular Visits Will Prevent These SOS Calls



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PAGE FOURTEEN *Jeistfh:ridliain FRIDAY. MAY Miamians to Attend District BB Meet Delegates from seven men's B'nai B'rith Lodges and eleven women's chapters will attend the B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge No. 5 annual convention ir. Savannah, Ga., May 29 to 31, Charles R. Jacobson. executive director of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, has announced. | stints w \\\ I e held Sui s Men's cor.vent.on headquarters I <*# RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Congregation Beth Darid (ConTemple Isaiah (Reform).^ljll Mrrarire). 135 N.W. Third Are. ; Dade Bird.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rer. Maurice David Raab. MamchM. Pridav evening services at 6 45. Sabbath mornli -• -• t P-11 Mitivah of Harvej M:s Abraham KM >' >:S0 a.m. to b a Kirldush Ral Mann hWill Sundaj 10 a.m. Final exama for .-" Israel Way. '•• p m. ? a.m. Shaloa will be the De Soto Hotel, while.place Sunday, Mas women delegates will convene at' A wards will **" presented to all I &f ho Pntol (Savannah students. Official Closing f, L L ?, _, sch.->l will take ; %  • %  th •> Highlights of the four day conclave will include an address by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis University and chairman of the National B'nai B'rith Hillel Commission. An address will be heard by Hon. Emanuel Celler, congressman of New York, who is scheduled to speak on Sunday, May 29. National treasurer of B'nai B'rith, the Hon. Sidney G. Kushworm will be guest speaker at the closing banquet Tuesday evening. May 31. Mr. Maurice A. Goldberg, president of the district, will open the convention proceedings with an address of welcome Saturday evening. May 28, at 8 p.m. Talks will also be heard by National Commissioner Isaac Gradmar. and the National B'nai B'rith Membership Director Harry Brager. Mrs. Hyman C. Weissman, president of the Women's Supreme Council of B'nai B'rith. will be luncheon speaker or. May 29. A private car will be chartered for all B'nai B'rith delegates leaving Miami on Saturday, May 27, at 8 a.m. Slated to attend th> meet from the Miami area are: Godfrey Newman, Charles Weinberg, < leorjre Hertman, Walter Kovner David Ft isen. Jack o..id. Jack August, Max Lleber, Simeon Spear, Miami Beach I>}d(fe; Mrs. Sanders, Mrs Sam Goldst< |i Mrs. Kl Ooldstrom, Mary Alper, Mis Seymour Satin and Mrs Beverly Becker, Miami Beach WomenChapter: <" K. Jacobson, John Kmnenfeld, Marx Falx-r Louis Helman I: win VV'elnsteln, Sam Silver and Ted Sakowlta, Sholem Lodg< M a John Kronenfeld, Mrs. Harold Rand. Mrs. Nat Strauss, and Mrs Sam Sliver, Sholem Women's Chapter; Miss Dorothy Rader and Mr* Diane Schwarts, Kmma Laiarus, Business and Professional Women; Albert .1 Beer, Isaac Levlne Lodge; Jerome P. Adelman. '"oral '".abbs Ledge; Milton A Friedman, past president State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodglis, and his wife will also attend. Lear School Graduates Hold Informal Outing The. Lear School graduating class held its last informal outing Friday. At a picnic at Crandon Park the graduates and their under-graduate guests brought box lunches and spent the afternoon swimming, racing and playing ball. On Monday the class will attend a luncheon at the SherryFrontenac Hotel. Graduation exercises will be held on the Lear School lawn 1010 West Ave., Wednesday at 8 p.m. Guests are invited. at Grej i. olds 1 '..• K Sunda) Congregation Keneseth (Orthodox). 432 Espanola Miami Beach. Friday evening services it t Saturday morning services at Mlncha at 5 p m followed by Seudos. Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Are. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovtky. Friday evening service at 1:10 p.m. Saturday morning at I 10 Rabbi Ra-kovsky will officiate and %  '• Portion of the Week. At 3 15 th.Rabbi "The Ethics of th. Seud s i ad Ma u lv follows. Daily sen l< ea at 7 10 a m Cl Mlshna Will I %  Rabbi Sei rices it i ;>.m. by a .-lass III Jew %  Maarlv followa at 6 Israelite Center (General). 3346 S.W. 24th St. Dally services at 7 a.m. Friday nlsht services at S p m. Refreshments will be served Immediately following the services. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m Miami Beach Jewith Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Earl) Frlda> evening services al 8 Final lat.Friday evenlni season al H:1S Rabbi Lehrman ill preach On "Fi for Pi The annual Jewish Wai Veti Memorial sei vice will be held m conjunction with the reg ill • vice Ci ntor J. V. Ooldrlne will i hant the %  assisted by the Center choir under the direction of Ben V' Sabbath morning service al 9 o'clock. The Rabbi will preach on "The Weekly Portion of the Law." Junior Congregatlon al 9 10 Youth breakfaM Hervlce at 9:15 a m This will he the last youth breakfast of the season Hebrew school Monday through Thursday B:30 to 6 SO S indas m hool 10 o'clock to noon Pre-klndergarten school Mondaj through Friday '.* a.m. to 12, Temple Emanu-El (Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:16. A reception will follow in ii" reception hall. The public is Invited t" attend the service at 8 p.m. and the reception at 9 30 p in. United Jewish Schools. North Campus. University of Miami. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies Club at 10 am Hebrew school Monday and Tuesday from 2:45 to 6.00 p.m. Friday evening services at 1:11. Rabbi Raab will conduct the service i the sermon on the subject; "The P phi •— Where Are I !>• enthal will read from the \ y and !*e il Keys win Me I for Kldd isn Mi and Mrs Louis Lltm in will pn %  *ers and glvi thi :i in honor of their son Slrti i Religlu IS school Sunday at Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. i". i evei sen i: %  %  ... will \M dedicated to the .... p, • nts In tni % %  %  will be Mra Alexander Robblns, • %  %  i. I. the Mi i Charli T >b n, U %  %  • J Kiensky, Ah xan I• %  K i I !•• • n J •-. Rabbi Kronlsl •rill %  te the ne elected oftors apan of the Sabbath I Ing sen Ice 104.' Bai Mltxvah of Bernard • ,. si h""l at I >r idn n fron IM to 16 Hebrew w .. k fi n %  for o h 11 • %  14 Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Servl • evening at :S0. • :• a in. Bar ;< %  %  %  %  of Ml Mrs N'atht '. April will address the young man Mini ha al S< idi Rabbi April will .-; %  the • • ii Week Sunday school it 10 a.m. Hebrew a from 3:30 to 6:3o p.m. Dail) aervicea • i:30 p. m. and 6 10 i .m. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk It, Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening service at 1:16 p.m. Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the choir, will conduct the service and present Startle} C Myers who will speak "ii "The Ami i ii ai Je Ish munlty at th.Cl Satin day sei \ i, .... j > j .. Kidd ish after the morning services Sunday school at 10:30. Hebrew school Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mitzvah lassi ai extra session Thursday at 3 p.m Mil.van service dally at 9 a.m. Religious Congregation, 3681 N.W. 2nd St. Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services at 9. Mlncha at ;.:!.'. followed by Shalos Seudos. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Services discontinued until the fall. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening Service at 6:30 p.m. Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Eugene, son of Mr and Mrs Max Kolnlck. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the cnnflrmainl. Mlncha at 6:3" followed by Shalos s. iidos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion Of the Week. Sunday! school at f<:30 a.m. Daily schiK>l from 3:30 to 6:30. 1 Rosalyn Klein Re-elected Hadassah B & P Prexy Rosalyn Klein has been reelected president of the Miami Chapter of the Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah. Other officers elected were Fannie Levitt, first vice president; Mrs. Shirley Kimmel, second vice president; Ruth Schwartz, recording secretary; Mrs. Doris Brod, corresponding secretary and Goldye Sanders, treasurer. 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Babbath evenlni services Friday at 1:18, A birthday reception honoring Rabbi Colman A Zwitman will follow il,,. services with Mra. Adolph Wortheimer ss chairman of the refreshments committee anil Mr*. Hairy V. Simons, chairman of the program committee Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday evening aervicea 1:10. Sahhnth morning service at 8:10 a.m. Bar Mltsvah >>f Alvln Marcus, son of Mr. and MiIsidore Marcus. Rabbi will address the young man. ••services al 10 a.m. Saturday ipervlsed by Bernard W. Kimmel ,,f the Religious school staff. Sunday school nt lf> am Pally religious school from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Daily services 8 1 in and 6 SO p.m 20.1949 Newsbriofg Leo Axlrod, o perator Empire Furniture Pon,^ ** Miami, received word Tif any I th-t .letter comnSSdlnftt?* cern for employing diJfbH2? sons in its plant hai i. IT? 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<& %  %  %  I <: Tropical Lodge To Hold Water Fete Plans are underway for the Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith's third annual water carnival to be held Saturday, June 4, at the Hyde Park Hotel, 41st St. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach, ac€i r a ml mothers Organize Club Mrs. Herbert Feibelman opened her home to the organizational meeting of the Temple Israel Grandmother's Club last week. At that time each grandmother present had her portrait made by a studio photographer. Corsages of sweet peas were presented to each lady present by Mrs. Wilcording to Alvin Budner, secreliam M. Lehman, Mrs. Feibeltary. < li %  4 ,/<. *'d man's daughter. Temporary officers were elected. Mrs. Feibelman was named president, Mrs. Joseph Socoloff, vice president; Mrs. Henry Bulbin, treasurer; Mrs. Stella Hantman, secretary of information. Mrs. Isaac Levin is founder of the group. Heads of the departments are: Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, honorary grandmothers; Mrs. M. S. Stern, great grandmothers; Mrs. Ada Joseph, sewing; Mrs. F. H. Neuberger, current affairs; Mrs. William Solomon, birthdays. Additional members of the planning committee are: the Mesdames Joseph A. Richter, Sophie Schoenwald, Charles Greenfield, Proceeds from the affair will go to the group's community service projects and charity. A professional water and floor show will be part of the evening's entertainment and there will be swimming and dancing to the music of Ricky Carmen's Latin-American orchestra. Tickets are $1.25 per person and may be purchased at the Hyde Park or from any member of Tropical Lodge. Louis Zeientz. Alexander Mendelson, G. F. Rubel and Eugene Wolff. All grandmothers of Temple Israel are invited to join the group. •iiiwinimuiimiiiimmiimiiiimimmu.niniMiiMUiimiiin;iiiiiniunimiiummiim Kenholz Kosher Meat Products Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere —Kays and Moldan Working on n'ans for the first annual conclave of Zionist youth groups which was held at the th Campus of the University of Miami last weekend are (kneeling, 1. to r.) Jteanette Ochs, Toby r P r (seated 1. to r.) Andrew Kornreich, Libby Hochman, Hy Pomeranlz. Sandra Freedman, Al Hller (standing, 1. to r.) Faith Alexander. Buddy Udell, poris Jardo, Joseph Pardo, Beverly Raphael, Seymour Hinkes. Jean Nevel. 2634 PONCE DE LEON (Cor. Ahneria Ave.) jniiiiiiiiiiiiiuiDiiiiimiuiiinuninaiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiimiiuiiiiiiii Exclusive for "999" Real Kosher—New York iHiuirl y. Fineran Memorial Set [or May 26 At Biscayne [Next Thursday. May 26, the filliam Fineran Memorial race [ill be run ;it the Biscayne dog hck. ThiF cvint is a yearly fixIre honoring the memory of a Inter presi ing judge and racig secretary at the track. Finerh's forte, when secretary, was ie development of pups and trough his efforts some of the kg names in guy hound circles toe their prestige to that fact. At the end of May 7, Fred Jfhiteheacl hold.top position at liscayne followed by Randle Bros.. Paul Sutherland, L. M. LttV^atnck and V. B. Stutz. This low.pmes the five leading kenhels fromN'iv. 15 to and including May 7. There was no racing It Biscavne between Jan. 1 and April 11, 1949, J Other kennels that are on the bpswing are shown in a onepeek's standing May 2 to 7 inBusive. Randle took the lead for le week, with Whitehead next, Don Marsh ni xt. E. W. Moelling next and Sut ,rland winding up Ji fifth spot With only 10 more |ys to go it's hardly likely any kennel can displace the Whitelead establishment. I The Spring Derby, scheduled lor closing night May 31, will % ring to a close a highly successful season at Biscayne with its |wn nativ, son, Beach Comber, prr.ly established as the dog of |he decade. JWV Auxiliary To Hold Games Party Tomorrow The Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans Post No. 330 will sponsor a games party tomorrow evening at 8:30 at the Stevens Hotel, Collins Ave. and 63rd St., Miami Beach, according to an announcement by Mrs. Lillie Bookman, chairman. Assisting Mrs. Bookman are Mrs. A. Singer, co-chairman, and | the Mesdames E. Storch, M. Rein-1 er. Senna Robinson, May Deitz, I. Cookler .and Oscar Gerrig. Tickets may be purchased at I the door and the public is invited! to attend. INVESTMENT ADVISER Discretionary Accounts Handled Only Stocks and Bonds listed in the New York Stock Exchange. Original Investment Guaranteed Against Market Loss— (Surety Company Policy). NATHAN ABRAHAM P.O. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla. SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST. 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PAGE SIXTEEN > knisUksHtor Znkernick Offers Anti-Hate Law Attorney Harry Zukernick, candidate for Miami Beach city council in the Jur.e 7 election, has offered a city ordinance and a state law for punishment of those who spread hate propaganda designed to engender racial &r.d .elieious cigotry. Zukern '-: has presented his proposed o:;i:r.ance to members the '•" eacr. cour.c:! and has tea f bis proposed to S B G Jr Reps '.'::.. m C tafl S ell and Grant Stt :kdal i mr.g thei t: li -.. iuce ui n ... f.. passage t ". 5ur< b : :.-.= end : I •: ... ent %  T.state .-. t. • je the .:.the Ku >:... %  KUn, ther %  : -.z 7 ta1 law %  '. I provides that m< f € r.-._r..it j .:. FRIDAY. MAY register •-." %  • the se:". U I : t :ivor 3 -.• : -:.. t-e Com. : : %  j^ .:..-.-. j s tiki •--r.t t • -. Z %  -. -. .. exempt ; AT. 2 ." a ;. r : -. •; • — .•: '%  ZukerrJck has z -.ZT. headc.. ......... A ve Mrs. Harold Turkretiring president of the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, is shown presenting the chapter's $3000 check to go toward the construction of a new Hillel House at the University of Miami to Councilman Harold Turk, retiring president of the Hillel Advisory Council, while Mrs. Seymour Satin, new president of the women's group, and Walter Kovner, newly elected president of the council, look on. Occasion for the presentation was the women's installation luncheon at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ida Optner. the chapter's Hillel advisor, announced that a Torah will be presented to the Hillel House by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Einhorn and family. COLORED HELP AVAILABLE Day Workers and Maids ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 127 N. E. 1st Avenue Pho.-.e 82-7389 Kaplan Campaigns With Portable P.A. First man in the history of the Beach ..: elections to campaign with a portable PA system :f Abraham Jacob CAJ KapREFINED ATTRACTIVE WIDOW With business ability—Seeks acquaintance of a fine gentleman in the sixties in comfortable circumstances. OBJECT MATRIMONY Write Mrs. B. P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18 MATCH-MAKER WANTED Gentleman would like assistance of professional marriage-maker for purpose of meeting suitable young lady. Will not reply to personal letters. Write M. M. c o Box 2973. Miami 18 ATTRACTIVE, CONGENIAL Young Woman in Late Thirties Interested in Meeting Cultured. Substantial Gentleman. Write J. K. c o Box 2973, Miami 18 Miami Beach Zionist District. B'rith. He is a member of the Temple Beth Sholom and the Miami Beach Elris. A member of the board of directors of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of C mmerce, Kaplan is post adjutant of American Legion Post No. 85 ar.d is national deputy judge advocate of the Jewish War Veterans. Believing that councilmer. i should work hard at "heir jobs. : Kaplan's campaign slogan is "Work, Work and More Work." He favors immediate revocation I of the bulkheard ordinance, equalI ization of taxes, year round police department of at least 150 men. enactment of social welfare and cultural programs for the Beach. better roads, more lights and an up-to-date storm sewer system. low cost housing for year round residents. Kaplan has set up headquarters at 1538 Washington Ave., Miami Beacr.. Attract Average Wage Earner Here. Kout Trges "Analyze the economic plans of j the people for the coming year," Hylan "Hy" Kout, candidate for the Miami Beach city council, said la a letter to the Chamber of Commerce of Miami Beach. I "for these plans are an indication of the country's downward trend of employment. New York | is virtually void of jobs. Chicago is in the same position. Layoffs predominate. "I feel that the next seasor. we may have a decrease in the number of visitors. Only common ser.se planning on the part of [the business men. hotel owner and landlord will enable them to combat a recession," Kout' added. "If the prices are flexible, they will be able to meet any situation that arises. Adverse publicity has hurt us," continued the candidate for city council, "in that we are pictured as gougers and j cut-throats. We must realize that the small wage earner who saves his money for a long period of time just so he may bask in our sunshine for a short period, is only able to spend just so much. Meet his demands, which are few, and we shall survive. To make Miami Beach an all year round playground, the middle class income must be catered to. With the employment rate dropping less and less chancel of our attracting the average' wage earner Kout concluded with, 'Retrench before it is too late: The mber of Commerce leaders must sit down with the hotel opj erators. business men and land-' lords and devise a plan to overcome the price difficulties. Then advice now is imperative!" 2JU949I Burbridge Seeks 6th Council Term William Burbridge. 63 .^ old real estate operator. ls '"A ing his sixth Miami Bearh I c,l term. Bom in JacKUH came to Miami m 1923 i' time he is said to have been second largest propertr %  „ Miami Beach. "' 0Wn *' Burbridge was one of the n ma sponsors of the SftS 1 system for Miami BeacC1 u c Ployes. He also assisted n adoption of a progra T bv L the city bought it! own a v h Ch tificates to keen them out &f .l r '' hands of speculators ( M For a period fro-v T a _„ 1912 to 1914 Burbridge served a commission er in Duval coW? SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE on Lake Osceola HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner-Manager OPENING JUNE 1st Special Low Rates for Month of June American Plan Only Finest Jewish-American Cuisine All Rooms with Bath or Shower Private Beach and Dock li:I I It & 1 1 si; VNTI l> Realtor Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS M Year, of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach LEO EISENSTEIN W L FEU ER GENTLEMAN IN THE THIRTIES Studious and Ambitious Interetted in Meeting Young Lady in her Twenties Attractire—Good Personality Write Mr. A. L. c o Box 2973. Miami 18 Practical Nurse Wants Position Pra-.*.. ca] nurse experieno .'.:..'. %  .-.-.ent ca es and heart con-..•.. ing to do light .-.ousekeeping also companion to el .-. people free to travel willing to live .: Call 58-5903 or 5-4676 -• :-,.M.-s. HaskeL — ......... GENTLEMAN — AGE 42 Would Uhe to meet Lady—Object Matrimony No objection to Child WRITE MR. S. W. c o Box 2973. Miami 18 Ian, who recently announced his candidacy. Born in Paterson, N. J., 35 years ago, Kaplan came to the 'University of Miami Law School in 1933. He graduated in 1937 and has been a practicing attorney in this c:ty since that time, except for four years in the service during the war. In the same year I r.e established residence in Miami Beach. He is a member of the I law firm. Silver, Kaplan, Dietz and Lasky. Kaplan is a charter member of the North Shore Lodge of B'nai LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — No. r HE ESTATE OF DAVID DICKSOX, Dc -.;.—•! NOTICE ia hereby given that I have ed my final r-t>ori and petition for Final Discharge aa Administrator of •.at* of DAVID DICKSON. de1 and that '>r. the V) day of DC :'•!'• :11 apply to the Honor•V P BLANTON. County Judg* !a. for approval %  %  % % %  % % %  report ar.d for final diaharge %  >Administrator of the EstafVID DICKRON. d'-ased. • lajr ol May ARM IN BROWN R. SILVER Attorney for Admlnlatrator 5 20-27 'J-10 Rabbi Kronish to Spoak At Jewish M mllefl Institute The Institute of Jewsh Studies for Adults, which is housed in the Beth El Congregation. 500 S.W. 17th Ave.. Miami, will close its spring semester with a special assembly Monday night at 8:15 p.m. Highlighting the program will be an address by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual "leader of Temple Beth Sholom. His topic will be "Meet the People of Israel!" Two new films on Israel. -Homecoming 1949" and "Memorandum on a Victory," will be shown and Mrs. Florence Gordon will offer Israeli songs and lead communal singing. The public is invited to attend. Non-Surgical Treatment of HERNIA (Rupture) HEMORRHOIDS CHRONIC DISEASES OR. LONG'S CLINIC 21 S. W. 13th Avenue PHONE 3-2748 RE-ELECT YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN JUNE 7th HEAR HIS YIDDISH PROGRAM WIN 7 SUNDAY \L App. 12:15 P.M. "The objectives of planning should not be thought of as a means of encouraging greater expenditures, but as a means of saving money by making better use of funds normally spent by the community." "The MAN with a PLAN' (Paid Political Adv.) TRULY NOLEN. President The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ANNOUNCES THAT: Any information in reference to Kashruth in this area may be obtained by calling our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Arenue. Miami Beach. Phone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN. Pros. H. SOOTTN, Secy. A. M. BEAR. Vic Pre*. S. LOBEL. Treat. ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN 5 Year Guarantee On Both Subterranean and Dry Wood MIAMI OFFICE PHONE 2-2555 MIAMI BEACH OFFICE PHONE 5-3444 FREE INSPECTION


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 20, 1949

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
Israel To Introduce
ood Rationing Soon
TEL AVIV, (JTA)-The Israe ?
l0vernment announced this week'
L, food rationing will be intro-
duced throughout the country un-
Eer the austerity program ap-
proved by the Knesset this week
JL new food ration will restrict
L population to a daily con-
Cmption of 360 grams of bread
58 grams of sugar, 25 grams of
neat and a monthly consump-
^Dr^DoVJoseph, Minister of
Food and Supply, told represent-
uves of the press that the month -
v consumption of food under the
new austerity diet will cost about
L poundsor approximately $18
rpe7 capita. He expressed cer-
tainty that the restricted diet will
improve public health.
Ration books covering the pro-
visions of the new program will
Ihe issued within a month s time,
Ithe Minister said. Clothing and
Ishoes will also be rationed, he
ladded. The government is now
studying means of absorbing the
(purchasing power created by the
l"austerity" measures and a pro-
Iposal to that end will soon be
I presented to the Knesset, the
DCinister revealed.
ginning next week restric-
tions will also be introduced on
Ithe use of electric current during
[certain daytime hours. Compuls-
ory saving and additional taxa-
Ition are being planned by the
[government among measures de-
signed to absorb the purchasing
[power created by the food and
\tVteig rationing program.
The government's austerity pro-
gram came under a many-sided
[attack at a meeting of the Agri-
cultural Center of the Histadrut.
Speakers complained that the
Jprogram did not provide neces-
Isary incentives to agriculture.
I A warning that Israel must be
(strongly armed for many years,
land possess a modern army equip-
Tped with the most modern wea-
Jpons, was given this week by
premier David Ben Gurion, speak-
1 ing at a meeting of the Haganah
|Veterans Association.
The Israeli Premier said that
the Jewish state could not de-
Ipend merely on its experience in
the recent fighting with the
Arabs because the Arabs had
learned from their mistakes and
would reorganize their forces and
CJA Campaign Continues;
Local Allocations Trimmed
-4>
Zionists Accept
Resignations Of
Silver, Neumann
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
Zionist Actions Committee de-
cided this week to accept the
resignations of Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver and Dr. Emanuel Neumann
as members of the Jewish
Agency executive, following the
refusal of the two American
Zionist leaders to withdraw their
resignations.
On recommendation of the Con-
federation of General Zionists, of
which both men are members,
the Actions Committee unanim-
ously elected Itzhak Gruenbaum,
former Minister of Interior in the
Provisional Government, to one
of the vacant posts, leaving the
second unfilled for the present.
Dr. Israel Goldstein told the
committee that he deeply re-
gretted the final resignation of
Dr. Silver and Dr. Neumann, who
"rendered tremendous services to
the Zionist cause both before and
after the United Nations decision
of Nov. 29, 1947, to set up a Jew-
ish state in Palestine." He said,
however, that the Confederation
of General Zionists felt that the
executive post must be filled.
Earlier, the Actions Committee
voted a budget of 51,300,000
pounds ($153,900,000) for the next
six months and urged the swift-
est possible establishment of a
series of agricultural settlements,
particularly in the Jerusalem
area It noted that the settlements
established in the Jerusalem-
coastal plain corridor provided an
indestructible link" between the
Holy City and the rest of Israel.
The Jewish Agency executive
this week unanimously elected
Dr. Nahum Goldmann as chair-
man of the Agency's American
section. Dr. Goldmann has been
serving as acting chairman since
the resignation of Dr. Silver sev-
eral months ago. The Agency also
elected Haim Greenberg director
of its cultural and educational
department, which will aim to
promote the Hebrew language
62.600 DPs Enter U.S.
During Last Three Years
NEW YORK, (JTA)A total of
62,600 Jewish immigrantsthe
majority of them displaced per-
sonsreached the United States
between May, 1946, and April,
1949, according to a survey made
public this week by United Serv-
ice for New Americans in con-
nection with the nationwide ob-
servance of "I Am An American
Day" on Sunday.
This figure includes 6,245 Jew-
ish DP's who came to the United
States under the provisions of the
DP Act. The remainder entered
the country under the Truman di-
rective and under regular immi-
gration laws. The agency esti-
mated that 25,000 Jewish immi-
grants will reach the U.S. in
1949.
Initial Sum Of $530,000 To UJA;
Local Agencies Average 20% Cut
Federation will continue the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal
until every prospect is covered. That was the sentiment ex-
pressed at the first meeting of the newly elected board of gov-
ernors Wednesday evening following a lengthy discussion of
the re-allocation of the million dollars given to the budgeting
tion by the board of governors
pledged the Federation to con-
tinuation of the campaign. All of
the divisions will be recalled into
action according to a joint state-
ment issued by William D. Sing-
er, campaign chairman and now
president of Federation, and Mor-
ris Klass, executive director. A
resolution expressing apprecia-
portion allocated to the UJA in I tion for the efforts expended by
relation to the total quota figure. I the budget committee was given
to Max Meisel, chairman, who
committee to redistribute. The
campaign has raised to date
slightly more than one million
dollars towards its quota of
$1,881,000.
The budget committee recom-
mended that UJA receive $530,-
000 or a sum equal to 53 ci of the
money raised which was the pro-
Israel, Arabs Near
Accord On Peace Talks
improve their fighting facilities, and Hebrew culture. _________>
New Conservative Congregation Is
Organized By Coral Gables Residents
A ,vw religious institution has as advisor to the new orgamza-
|been a(, (of Greater' Miami's synagogues.
The Fust ,Wiih Congregation
* Coral Gables hfl recently been
grazed to p,v^lde religious,
Sffif*H /Stew0
Morning south West Mia. .# ;
I The organization will be "'' e
m with the United Synag. *"
P America and will follow a C< ^1
wvative policy. A constitute.
ps been adopted and a charter
PPPlied for
Other agencies received an aver-
age decrease of 20% from their
original allocation. Additional
funds raised on behalf of the '49
campaign will be distributed in
proportion to the decreases re-
LAUSANNE, (JTA)The U.N. ceived by participating agencies.
Conciliation Commission, which The capital funds allocation,
is trying to .bring about peace origmauy included in the budget
for the sum of $200,000 to be
between Israel and the Arab coun-
tries, was reported this week to
have reached "a measurable dis-
tance" of agreement of the part
of both the Israeli and Arab dele-
gations with regard to the agenda
of the proposed peace talks.
Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett is expected to arrive in
Geneva later where he will con-
fer privately with the Israeli del-
egation head, Dr. Walter Eytan.
used for a building program for
local Jewish agencies, will re-
ceive its proportionate share of
additional monies raised.
Requests for inclusion in the
1949 budget by the Jewish Folk
Chorus and the Ambijan Commit-
tee were referred to the executive
committee.
Formal adoption of a resolu-
Yeshiva University To Confer Honorary
Degree On U. Of Fla. President Miller
tion.
Formal installation of officers
is planned for the near future
and plans are being formulated
for High Holy Day services.
Anyone interested in obtaining
further information asked to
call Edward Weich at 83-6251.
Four Greater Mlamlaiw
Named To JWB Board
R. William Apte, Sam Blank """."& Benjamin Fine, educa-
and Leon Kaplan, M.am.^and(Laws,^.^ J ^ N NEW YORK, N. Y.Dr. J.
Hillis Miller, president, Universi-
ty of Florida at Gainesville, will
be the recipient of an honorary
degree at the annual commence-
ment exercises of Yeshiva Uni-
versity Friday, June 17, it was
announced here by Dr. Samuel
Belkin, president of Americas
first university under Jewish aus-
pices. ., ,
Dr. Miller will receive the de-
gree of Doctor of Humane Let-
ters and also address the Dedica-
tion Dinner of the university,
Sunday evening, June 19, in New
York's Hotel Waldorf-Astoria
which will bring to a close the
Dedication Week exercises, a
week-long program of events to
celebrate the physical and educa- _
tional progress of Yeshiva Uni-^
versity during the past year.
The program will open Sunday
afternoon, June 12, with a de-
dication ceremony at whicn
Louis A. Johnson, Secretary of
Defense, will be the principal
speaker. At commencement Fri-
day, Dr. Miller will share the
nlatform with Dr. James B.
Conant president of Harvard
University, who will receive the
degree of Doctor
are: Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theo-
logical Seminary, Yeshiva College
of Arts and Science, Teachers In-
stitute, Bernard Revel Graduate
School, Harry Fischel School for
Higher Jewish Studies, School of
Education and Community Ad-
ministration, Talmudical Aca-
demy High School and the Insti-
tute of Mathematics.
Talmudic Scholar Dies
NEW YORK, (JTA)Dr. Chaim
Tchernowitz, internationally -
known Talmudic scholar and au-
thority on Talmudic law, died
here this week at the age of 78.
Dr. Tchernowitz was also well
known as an author, editor and
founder of "Bitzaron," Hebrew
monthly published here.
presented Wednesday's report.
Leon Kaplan, reporting for the
nominating committee of Federa-
tion, recommended slates for the
budget and the executive com-
mittees. Chosen to serve on the
budget committee in the election
which followed were: Dr. David
Andron. Leo Chaikin, George
Chertkof, Irving Cypen, Joseph
Duntov, Milton A. Friedman,
Joseph H. Gardner, Ben Giller,
Mrs. Abraham Goodman, Stuart
Gordon, Emil Gould, Aaron Kan-
ner, Sidney Lefcourt, Laurence
Levenson, Seymour Rubin, Dan
Ruskin, Milton Sirkin, Col. Elry
Stone, Carl Susskind, Henry
Wolff and a Rabbi to be selected
by the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami.
Chosen to serve on the execu-
tive committee which conducts
the affairs of Federation between
meetings of the board of gover-
nors, were: Leonard L. Abess, R.
William Apte. Irving Frankel. Dr.
Stanley Frehling, Joseph H. Gard-
ner, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Leon
Kaplan, M. J. Kopelowitz, Max
Meisel, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers,
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Max
Orovitz, Dan Ruskin, Mrs. Henry
Seitlin, Mrs. Monte Selig, Harry
Sirkin and a Rabbi who will be
chosen by the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami.
Officers of Federation, includ-
ing honorary president: Jacob
Sher; president, Wm. D. Singer;
vice presidents, Jack Ablin, Abra-
ham Goodman, Sam Lachman,
Stanley C Myers, Herbert E.
Scher; secretary, Mrs. Milton
Sirkin; treasurer, Jos. M. Rose;
trustees, Sam Blank, Moses Gins-
berg, Monte Selig, Carl Weinkle,
Jacob Ziskind; and chairmen of
standing committees also serve as
members of the executive com-
mittee.
honorary
of
'arl Weinkle, Miami 3 who
% recently elected ^to^hebo^d WmjJ^
will receive the
of Doctor of
Gables Center Appeals Zoning Board
Denial Of Permit For New Synagogue
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter this week appealed a zoning
board denial of a permit to build
a new synagogue on Country
Club Prado. A public hearing on
the question has been set for
June 2 at 8 p.m.
At a meeting Monday night the
vpuea for. <- rm recently electee; to mc-" :...nrv degree or uocior yi m i mwhui nuuwj
At a membership meeting held wt Vectors l tne National Jew- honorary d g Dr Joseph | ^.^ ^ led t the
" Mondav evening Lee Plait of d. }arl Board at the boards ""ggjjg European Director permit application. The syna-
5 elected3 president ofthe new ish W feting held in New York J. Mgg bistribution Commit-1 gogue would be he firs Jewish
ing board had heard a number
of residents express opposition to
the permit, while he was the
only person favoring the permit
called upon to speak although
others desired to do so.
poup. Also elected to office were
poeMaloff, vice president; Ed-
ward Weich, secretary; Paul Zer-
!' financial secretary; Ben
' u an' treasurer.
Members of the board of di-
\l n are Al" tn.u rson- Dr- Seymour Blum-
PHhal, Max Weinberg, Leon
nig. Eli Eir.binder, Sam Rabin-
Li Sam Lieberman and Paul
Jieeee.
ir^J1?* officers were officially
I eeted by Yale Goldberg, region-
fculrecl0r of tne United syna-
Line ^ America, who wa<
EffiP'l speaker at the meeting,
"bi living Lehrman will act
annual "y U was announced by
City May Frank L. > national association
JWB is tht -.,mrnUnity Centers
of Jewish C. ^ and the govern-
and YM-YWHA: %ency for meet-
ment-authonzed a welfare and
ing the religious,
morale needs of Jew. ,nd Jewish
in the armed forces Vnlnistra-
veterans in Veterans Aj ^o the
tion Hospitals. JWB is- Coun-
snoneor of the Jewish Book yjgj,
dl America, National Jc ^
m'ussc Council American gj, ^
teVwdT SSS2SF2 the u"ni- j house of worship, in Coral Gables,
tee ana a gra eceive the The board's denial, according to
SoSiwdegSofDoctor of Hu- the city commission was based
totters Vice President Al-'on the grounds that the proposed
bTn K Sley will bring the site for the synagogue is in a
i u7nm/ram of events to residential area,
^dose agt ?hegdedica!ion dinner oral Gables Mayor Keith M.
on Sunday, June 19, at which he
will be the Principal__speaker^
Yeshiva University, on
sterdam Avenue from 185th to
187th Sts., New York City, com-
prises eight schools and divisions
with an enrollment of some 1.500
Sdents from all over the worlds
.SSBStUSfe^?8^ I 5T*WKl "of the university
Phillips informed Sam Silver,
former president of the center,
that a hearing on the question
could not be held for at least ten
days after the appeal was filed
and Silver gave formal notice
that the organization sought to
appeal the board's decision.
Silver protested that the zon-
Blood Bank Supports
Dade As Med School Site
The Blood Bank of Dade Coun-
ty has resumed its active sup-
port of the efforts of the Dade
County legislators to bring the
state medical school here.
Dr. John Elliott, director of the
bank, offered the teaching and
research facilities of the Blood
Bank and its affiliated Medical
Research Foundation, as import-
ant adjuncts to the medical
school. Location of the medical
school in Dade County would
make this $300,000 facility avail-
able to the state without cost, and
the Blood Bank would continue
to function as at present, without
interruption.
Jewish
Youth Conference.


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FRIDAY, MAY 20
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tfDAY, MAY 20. 1949
North Shore Lodge
To Seat Officers
Hn*, shore Lodge and North
fee WomCen'S Chapter. B'nai
frith on Wednesday, May 25 at
6:3MrPamnd Mrs. Mark Silverstein
m be Installed as president of
S'two B'nai B'rith units estab-
llSinB an unusual record for civic
Kvemcnt in this area. This is
I first instance in Miami Beach
R'nai B'rith history that a hus-
B and wife have been elected
IS lead their respective B'nai
Iffrith units during the same year.
Silverstem is a Miami Beach at-
"civic leaders have been invited
ho participate in the ceremonies.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments includes Mrs. Stanley
Phillips. Mrs. David J. Shiftman,
Mrs. Nathan Feinberg Mrs. Dan
Iwolfson, David Fenton, Sam
ISolloway, George S. Levinson, A
|j Kaplan. Leo L. Steinman and
Leonard Tobin.
I Other officers to be installed
lat the banquet party include Mel-
Ivin J- Richnrd, first vice presi-
Ident; Leonard Tobin, second vice
Ipresident: Samuel Weinfeld,
I treasurer: Leo L. Steinrnan, sec-
retary; Nathan J. Berkowitz,
Iwarden: A. J. Kaplan, chaplain;
ILeon A. Rupee, financial seere-
Itarv, and Louis Sherman, guard-
In addition to Mrs. Mark Sil-
verstein. the officers to be in-
stalled in the women's chapter
are Mrs. Malcolm First, first vice
president: Mrs. David Shiffman,
second vice president; Mrs. Selma
Leban. third vice president; Mrs.
Melvin J. Richard, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Stanley Phillips,
councilor: Mrs. Ben Seidler, his-
torian: Mrs Sidney Stolman, sen-
tinel; Mrs. Leo Solomon and Mrs.
George Gallander, trustees.
^J^ishnorSdliairi
Mark Silverstein
Cancer Mini*
Seeks Funds
Workers in Dade County's can-
cer membership drive are exert-
'" evcr.V effort to raise the $97,-
450 needed to finance the local
program.
.iJ e!'ald Lewis, president of
the Dade County Cancer Insti-
tute, has warned that the future
program of the detection clinic,
already built and equipped, is
dependent on the success of the
campaign.
"The tremendous research pro-
gram in cancer brings new worn
of hope for victims almost daily,"
Lewis said, "but the important
thing is that early detection and
treatment are the first steps in
fighting the disease.
"That is why," Lewis continued,
"the detection clinic will play
such an important part in the
local situation. The appeal that
we are making is urgent."
Approximately three-fourths of
the campaign proceeds are ear-
marked for the clinic. The re-
mainder will go to the local chap-
ter of the American Cancer So-
ciety for its work.
PAGE THREE
MIAMI'S OLDEST
FURNITURE MOVERS
Ayademy Women's Units To Conduct
First Annual Loyalty Luncheon
Louise Krupsaw
Seated As Head
[Of BKYW Chapter
Louise Krupsaw was elected
[president of the C'olman Zwitman
I Chapter. BBYW. and installed
iat ceremonies in the home of
k^*>\>\ Zwitman, 811 East Di Lido
1 Drive. Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
Outgoing president, Carol Pot-
\asnik. was in charge of the ar-
1 rangements. A trophy from the
chapter was presented to Rabbi
Zwitman "in token of its appreci-
ation of his guidance during the
| past year."
Other officers installed include:
vice president, Nina Nelson; cor-
responding secretary, Felice Pred;
recording secretary, Sue Shep-
pard; treasurer, Anne Pohs; ser-
jeant-at-arms. Sandy Garfinkel;
reporter, Claire Podvin:
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Zwitman.
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FOR CITY COUNCIL
On Tuesday, May 24. at 12:30
p.m., the Ladies League and the
Parent-Teacher Association of the
Hebrew Academy will conduct
its first annual loyalty luncheon
in the dining room of the Miami
Beach Center To
Honor J. M. Rose
Joseph M. Rose, retiring presi-
dent of Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, will be tendered a testi-
monial dinner at the Center. 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. In
charge of the affair is Jack Ablin,
member of the board of directors,
who is being assisted by Alfred
Stone, co-chairman.
Highlight of the banquet will
be an address by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Rose, who served for two terms
as head of Miami Beach's con-
servative synagogue, is a prom-
inent Miami Beach hotel owner
and an active community leader.
Under his leadership the Miami
Beach Jewish Center erected its
new building, said to be the most
complete Jewish place of worship
in the South. He is a member of
the board of governors of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and is
affiliated with the Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai B'rith and with
the Civic League.
Rose and his wife, Sylvia, re-
side with their children, Gerry
Lou and Richard, at 1400 Lenox
Ave.. Miami Beach. Also expected
to attend the banquet are Rose's
daughter, Caryl, and her hus-
band, Dr. Harold MJlton Unger,
of New York City.
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Gables Women to
Hold Barbecue
A barbecue and funfest will be
sponsored by the Sisterhood of
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. Herbert Gelern-
ter, 1420 Sopera Ave., Coral
Gables.
In charge of the affair are Mrs.
Maurice Corenblum and Mrs.
Saul Kline, who will be assisted
by the Mesdames Maurice Bas-
kin, Herman Fisher, Herbert
Gelernter, Florence Wool, Charles
Adler, N. Slomowitz, H. Steibcr.
M. Yaffee and J. Platt.
Following the barbecue, there
will be games, movies and danc-
ing.
The Sisterhood will hold its
final meeting of the season at the
home of the president. Mrs. Irv-
ing Gerstenfeld, 842 Sevilla Ave.,
Coral Gables, Monday at 8 p.m.
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Ladies' League and the PTA are
Mrs. Alfred Stone, pictorial jour-
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man and Mrs. Lynn Levine, pro-
gram chairman; Mrs. Joseph
Rackovsky, Mrs. Al Sheroff,
Mrs. Jack Burris, arrangements;
Mrs. Irving Frankel, Mrs. Sol
Lobel, Mrs. Sam Grundwerg, Mrs.
Sam Reinhard. Mrs. J. Solowey,
Mrs. Isidore Goldberg, committee;
Mrs. Sol L. Sugarman, publicity.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
guest speaker and will serve as
installing officer for the new
members of the PTA.
The Hebrew Academy chorus
under the direction of Joseph
Schreibman will offer Hebrew se-
lections.
A fashion show in which the
latest cottons will be display, will
also be presented.
For reservations call the aca-
demy office at 58-4641 or Mrs.
Andron at 5-6670.
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet was re-
cently elected chairman of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission. Mrs. Mamlet. who
has served as Young Judaea
chairman for this area, is a
representative of the Miami
Beach Hadassah to the commis-
sion. She succeeds Dr. E. J.
Edelman.
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EDITORIAL
iPr. Wakttman
Dl S '>'>'"cz~.-r. would .-.ove received cr: est;-
rr.oted -:.:.--. .r.t'.-e oi SSOC DOC ro~ Am Mia c:
.-.j v.or.der drug strep:o~yr.r. Izsr.eci :"J dis-
coverer dor-cr.ed tier! _-.rorr.e -o the cor^sructios
and :-"-re rr.o^::er.or-ce of or. Ins&uta o: Mkro-
biology to be completed at Rutgers UruverKty by
the RfflmMt oi I'rSl Bv -.en bj dorrdor: will
bare orr.our.-ec to S2 4 ~~ -.er. veers other
thai the figure will reccr. to ever .1 rr_uuor.. r ucaton through cu* Arr.er.to rove opp'.duded Dr.
Waksmao l decis.or- Dr Rsber S. Clotruer pres;-
deal of Ratgeri Vr..vers.-y. deolooed that no cn-
.-.-,..-.'err.e.-.':.e bad ye: rr.ooe gove his: sc much
pleasure -.-- thot o: d-stlosir.g Dr. Waksxnoa'l in-
tentioa of devoting ibe protee-ds of hii discovery
lo (be r.ev. Institute.
It may teeB re tberi ~ bit fellow-scientist at
Princeton Profeesoi Einstein Di Wakseaan would
i v change bii present manner t: me J be re-
tained bis income Richer oc poorei ore suspects
thai his tola happinees is in tbe continuation c:
< and in nil probing to rr.ore d-sccveries.
Ore can bardly see hix
bom hii s--o.es Ic
* .eos -re trie
experiment till after a surr.rr.er se-oson o: er.-er-
g friendj al ioma elaborate estate in the
raacnciia country Hii cbarity while command-
able -s probably not eve.-. :e.- by Dr. Waksman
b any profound actificia] act It would seem cl-
the natural :r._-.o *t do for o greot rr.or. and
-.-.-.--.- icienust as natural cs it hod seemed to the
chemist Chaim Weizrr.or.r. to dor.ote the r.ghts of
.-..--. chemical o_stover.es to Ibe British Govern-
during and ore.- the hrst World War.
; would be idle to speculate on tbe reaction of
the reader oi tbe Americas press v.-her. he read
the story ol Dr. Waksman'i oor.o*:or.. We, how-
over, cannot ;--* tbe incident go by without noting
iHrael Among THp \ationH
Israel's admission to the United Natio
mences a year of incomparable political diplomatic achievements for the new state ?J
both the glorious consummation of a peo !
struggle unequalled in the annals of history ]
the unfolding of a scroll on which an
people is to quill a new chapter.
The fight for recognition was not an easy
Israel's foes neither slept nor slumbered 2
ancient
neither did Israel's guardians either
Let me give you a hand
-- rj r. donor is fore.or.-
rn Jew, one of hun-
dred i n\ dm contributions made America a great-
er finer and richer country in every sense of the
word. One only shudders to think what would
have happened if such a genius had been ex-
cluded from our shores by our current immigra-
tion laws. Fortunately, the America of 1910 was
a country with a more humane immigration
policy.
The Jewish community in America is justly
proud of Dr. Waksman. On such an occasion it
can only hope that Dr. Waksman's humani-
tarianism will break the barrier which unfortun-
ately still exists in the medical profession against
the members of Waksman's faith.
!red, but
slumber. That the triumph was achieved b(U
midst of the celebration of Israel's hrst n3
versary of its independence not only added urn.
to the occasion, as the New York Times so apik
pointed out, but also lent added color to a statj
manship that was as firm and forthright as it wo
wise and farsighted.
The occasion calls for rejoicing. But also fa
calm thinking. The world which stood united!
against the barbaric foe is torn by strife and
stricken by divisiveness. And although Israel',
entry into the United Nations coincided with the
easing of tension in Europe, the world picture it
still a precarious noe.
Time, wisdom, patience and moderation mm
heal the breach. But the task will not only test the
United Nations but the very fabric of our ail
ization itself. The fate of mankind lies in tbe;
hands of the United Nations. If it can resolve tbe I
international differences we, of this generational
least, can look forward to an era of good feeliag,
of peace, of security and tranquillity. Ii the intor-1
national conclave fails in its purpose there on |
be only unimaginable catastrophe.
We can only pray that Israel's voice in fa!
council of nations, ringing with the prophetic A |
monition against war among the nations and wift
fervent prayer of turning sword into ploughshare, |
will not fall on deaf ears and unwilling hearts.
Turk SehedwkM
Yiddish Talks
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late to suc< eed
l-11 in the '. 7
n the firsi fa
dcasts in Yid-
ken last Sui
Pioneer Women Hold
Rites For Mrs. Edith Mink
The Pioneer Women of Great-
er Miami held services for Mrs.
Edith Mink, who passed awaj a
April 27, at the Gordon Funeral
Home '' Fred Sandlei wa in
harge ol a::angemer.ts.
Mrs Mink, who founded one
ol the first Pioneer Women's
' ''-'' ips in Philadelphia, where
: before coming to Miami,
. .- itation was originally a member of Club
.,...., i 1215 on -'' lj'-"- ,ji Miami Beach but
"- ,Z --.:" ... ti in ferred to the Golda Meyer-
- -; on Club of Miami. She was in-
;.'''"' trumental in the founding ol the
t 619 Ave., at an Kadimah Club here.
..; evening, Harry Gordon officiated at the
in which Cantor Maur-
II veil ice M I participated. The
ip ol eulogy was delivered by Mrs.
...,. ipport- Isaac Pushkin and kaddush was
held a re- read by Mrs. Jack Rosenberg
q ..; attend) R emary Gerson Kaplan read
. the Twenty-Third Psalm.
; irj( campaign into Mrs. Mink's remains were
week and before shipped to Philadelphia for fur-
J me 1 ha chedul< d personal
re more than a
ol gro ips incl iding five
;. iblii .. Beginning Satur-
.: 2 I ntinuing daily,
hi. hed lie alia lor 13 i
pei he. and an-
- on various :adio
prog an
Marmarosh Federation
Holds Meeting Saturday
'!' < Mai i '"'' ation of
',.-' .' i ."' a held it econd
meeting iaturday night at the
.-,.' ol Mi and Mi i Harry
212S S W 12t.-. St Over 50
;. ,:. nded
ement a a made at the
n -. .'.' v Maimarosh
-. .' a conl
with the Poal Hantizrachi to
build a Marmarosh colony in Is-
rael thia suromei at a cost of
$150,000.
;. itl -. Slomowitz was chair-
man of the evening.
New members at the meeting
were: Mj. and Mrs. Joseph Dube,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Herskowitz, Mr.
and Mrs Eugene Meyers, Mr. and
Mri Martin Gardner, Mr. and
Ml M Mosk, Mr. and Mis. B.
K ni Mr. and Mis. A.
Novick, Max Appel, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Pearl) Solomon Schlosser,
Eva Nadel, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Bear, Mrs. Helen Pearl, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Predinger and Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Bobson.
The group will meet Saturday
night at a place to be announced.
t.-.er services and interment.
Her survivors include a son,
Norbert, and a sister, Mrs. Rose
Melinson.
Birthday Reception To
Honor Rabbi Zwitman
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael will be hostesses at a birth-
day reception in hor.or of Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman tonight at
Kaplan Hall of the Temple fol-
lowing Sabbath evening services.
Mri Adolpri Wertheimer is
chairman ol the refreshment com-
mittee and Mrs. Harry V. Simons
heads the program committee.
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State AJC To
Elect Officers
"Educational Value of Promot-
ing Better Understanding in In-
tergroup Relations" will be the
theme of the meeting of the Flor-
ida Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress which
will take place Thursday, May
26, at 8 p.m. at the Vanderbilt
Hotel, 209 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
Dr. Gordon Lovejoy, professor
of human relations at the Uni-
versity of Miami, and several
teachers who have been given
scholarships in intergroup work
by the congress will be present
at the meeting. Miss Malvina
Weiss will introduce the guests
ar.d discuss "Intercultural Educa-
tion."
Mrs. Louis Glasser will preside
and will make her annual report
as president. Mrs. A. A. Hayden,
president of the Miami Chapter
divisional chairman of the nom-
inating committee, will present
the slate, which includes: Mrs.
Louis Glasser, honorary president;
Miss Clara Goldenberg, president;
Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs.
Frederick Grossberg, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Lester Stepner, treas-
urer; Mrs. Benjamin Feld, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Leonard
Glickman, recording secretary;
Mrs. Herbert Sher, corresponding
secretary. Election will follow.
A musical program will be pro-
vided by Pierre Mande, violinist
with the University of Miami
Symphony orchestra, and Mr.
Kane, orchestra leader at the Bel
Mar HoteL
Refreshments will be served.
Hostesses will be the newly in-
stalled presidents of the Greater
Miami Chapters, Mrs. Hayden,
Mrs. William Loeb, and Mrs. Gus-
sie Packer; and Miss Clara Gold-
enberg, Mrs. Leonard Glickman
and Mrs. Mark Kaplan.
Sunday Schools To Give
Uniform Examinations
For the second year uniform
examinations will be adminis-
tered in the local Sunday Schools
to students in the fifth grade and
up. The examination, prepared
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion in cooperation with the ed-
ucational directors of the local
schools, will be given at: Beth
David. Beth El, Beth Sholom, Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, Miami
Hebrew School and Junior Con-
gregation, Temple Israel and
United Jewish School.
According to A. P. Gannes, the
comparative results of the exami-
nations will help guide the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education and
the schools in evaluating the ef-
fectiveness hi the curriculum.
Telephones 2-11412-8212
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
I a ma ra Chapter
To Meet May 25
First meeting of the Tamara
Chapter, Mizrachi Women, under
the new administration will be
held on Wednesday evening at 8
p.m. at the Delano Hotel, 1685
Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
New officers and committee
chairmen who will be intro-
duced to the general membership
are:
National reprasantatlve reKional dl-
r> tor, Mrs Kmannel Karger; pretd-
>l>iii, Mrs. Charloa Turk; vlc<- presl-
denta, Mrs. Israel Slotskjr, Mm. Henry
Chill. Mrs. Max Sternstala, Mrs. Sam-
uel Schaohno; Treasurer, Ming Clara
Goldenbei-K; financial secretary, Ml.-n
Lillian Koifdan; recording secretary.
Mrs. Jack II. Kane; corresponding
secretary, Mrs Iienjamln Ka*er;
chaplain, Mrs. Simon April.
I'h.ilrmen of committees are: editor
Tamara Uulk-tln.1" Lillian Bogdan;
managing editor, Belle Swartz; ways
and means, Ann Klotsky; program,
Sadie Kane; cultural, Claire Landes-
man; Journal. Yona Sternstein; re-
freshmenta, Ulna Chill; parllmentarlan,
(da Karger; publicity, Lillian Bogdan;
donor, Minna Yullsh: children's vil-
lage, Freda Scott. Rhoda Margulles;
registrar. Tlllle Schachno; Jewish Na-
tional Fund, Lillian Laster, Sadie
Reiner, Ann I'olln, Fay Rosen, mem-
berahlp, Frances Makovsky, Mar-
chella Pollack; arrangements, Anita
lillnxky, Ikirothy Dlttman; greeting
cards, Lillian Bogdan: telephone, An-
nette Hyman, Gloria Rothschild, Hel-
en Km I.uid; calendar, Ida Ochs; re-
forestation, Wydeile Brown; transport-
ation, Ann Polln; Minna Yullsh sun-
Hhlne fund, (ioldle Felnberg; tickets,
Cuurshon Opens
2 Branch Hq.
Two additional headquarters I
have been opened for Aaron ]
Courshon's city council cam-
paign, Arthur H. Courshon, cam-i
paign director for his father, Jfri
nounced. The new branch iarf-f
quarters are at 320 West *WSt, |
and in the William Perm Bud
on South Washington Ave. Cen-1
tral headquarters is at 1545 Wish-1
ington Ave.
Courshon has revealed a
point campaign platform. His pro-1
gram calls for broadcasting o! al
council meetings; establishmaj
of a full-time office, .""*$
city charter; a new Enab|in|
permitting changes in votingpw
cedure for public improvemew,
a community-wide pru?j
gram; improvement of sm
lighting. Parking and sev,^*
tablishment of branch UWm
parks and public swgj
pools; readjustment and reaiw
tion of county taxes and detJJ
ment of a year-around economy, j
Powell
D. Lee Powell, 3747 J*
Ave.. realtor and member oicu
----^U:i cin 1942, seeU ^1
and Cantor Berele Kelemer, who
was accompanied by Alexander
Drucker. The program was ar-
ranged by Leo Steinman.
Gifts were presented to the
mothers present by the Miami
Beach Auxiliary to the Horn-?.
Volume 22 Number 20 Judge Harold Spaet and Mrs
FRIDAY. MAY 20, 1949 Benjamin Appel addressed the
IYAR 15, 5709 | gathering.
Mother's Day Program
Participating in the Mother's
Day program at the Jewish Home
for the Aged were Mr. Rubin, re-
citations; Roberta Rubin, 11 year
old singer; Mrs. Rose Phalen,
violinist and cellist; Mrs. Lillian
Nelson, singer and accompanist;
Mrs. s. Frocterman, recitations; Helen LlebovlU; political, Betty Turk.
*-Stffl
council since
election on th(
record of civic W^jtiM
vice president of me i
league of Munic.pal.ues,
On the agenda for discussion
at the meeting will be the coming
one man art exhibit by Mrs.
Roselle Chapette, which is sched-
uled to be held on June 12, at
the Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach.
The meeting will be followed by __
a card party where all members, j and is iCUVe in has been
their husbands and friend* will fraternal]groups.
participate. I resident here for *>
for civic betterment. 1
served on 20 tf "rftfl
committees appointed
first took office.
Sam Gold, 737 *&
salesman, is making hi i^
for a seat on the BMCB"B
Gold ran 10th in .^jj9^
tions with 2,078 votesi and^n l
up to eighth otace two >e" 8,1
when he tallied UJ ^1
tagtfgggy
polled 3,789 votesi tofig. gl
In the 1947 Beach municP ^
tions. A graduate of! tn
versity of Floridai LaJ ,
Richard is past ?**%&M
American VeteransiCgg .,
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"Jenlstnerldrtor
PAGE FIVE
I Sirkin To Head
teach YM & YWHA
Sirkin was elected
rSient of the Miami Beaeh YM
. YWHA Sunday night at a spe-
cial program marking the organ-
isation's fifth anniversary.
'Sing President Carl Weinkle
mZ named honorary president.
|Lcrs elected to office were
IJ c Brick, Max Meisel, Sam
KSSroi Carl Susskind, vice
rSnts- Leo Huberman, rec-
Btf!SJS! Mrs- Nettie Lef-
ESS, corresponding secretary;
\t I Weitzman, financial secre-
lf-v Dr. William Bernstein,
ltd'. '
ASnacennt entitled "Democracy
iThrougn Play" was presented to
Crt the activities of the Y. It
ES arranged by Pauline Fried,
LiU,an Fox Selma Kauffman,
Kray Sparaga, Bernard Ost-
I Harry Zukernick, chairman of
Ithp anniversary observance, an-
Inounccd that in the year since
Ehe Y moved into its new quarters
It 1536 Bay Road it has served
|4000 persons per week. Over 35
lorcanizations used its meeting
Irooms. Organization of a nursery
school. Golden Age Club arts
Idub. music department and little
[theatre group were highlights of
I the years activities.
The president's annual report
was given by Weinkle and plans
Ifor the future were announced
Ibv Executive Director Gus Jacob-
Daniel Schlanger, president of
the southern section of the Jewish
Welfare Board, praised Weinkle
and Zukernick for their work
with the Y
Sliohin Lodge To
nisor Dance
Mrs. Gordon Will
Head Beth David
Sisterhood
Mrs. Harry Gordon was named
president of Beth David Sister-
hood at a meeting Wednesday
afternoon at the
Talmud Torah.
Also elected to
office were Mrs.
Frank Rose, first
vice president;
Mrs. Al Lasko,
second vice
[ president; Mrs.
William Danzig-
er, third "vice
president; Mrs.
Ed Merlin, mem-
bership secre-
Afrs. Gordo?i tary; Mrs. Harry
Einhorn, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. Bernard
Schreidell, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Meyer Forer, financial
secretary; Mrs. Herman Good-
man, treasurer; Mrs. Ben Kandel,
sergeant-at-arms.
Directors who will serve a
term of three years are: Mrs.
Samuel August. Mrs. Ida Hartz
and Mrs. Elix Hinkes. Elected to
serve as directors for two years
are: Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. Jack
Rosenberg and Mrs. Sam Dick-
son. One year directors include:
Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mrs. Abraham
I Kasow and Mrs. Max Bergman.
Frink Campaigns
From Automobile
Herb Frink's campaign for re-
election to the Miami Beach City
Council is rolling: figuratively
and literally.
The popular Miami Beach
councilman and former mayor is
directing his campaign this time
from mobile headquarters in his
automobile. The Frink family car
has been equipped with all the
essentials for a winning campaign
telephone, signs, literature and
the candidate himself.
"Most of my time is going to
be spent getting around seeing
my friends, so I decided to set
up the headquarters right in my
ear." explained the successful Mi-
rfc3=
Spoi
First in a series of social events
I to raise funds for Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith's service programs,
will be a vaudeville night and
dance to be held Sunday at 8
p.m. at Flagler Gardens, 326 E.
Flagler St.
A novelty magic show will
I feature H. Leslie Quigg, Miami
city commissioner, who will
demonstrate hypnptism upon
members of the audience. John
Jahn. the magic man, will per-
kten aleight of hand tricks, it is
announced by Abe Aronovitz,
program chairman, of the eve-
ning.
General chairman, Jerome
Weinkle. has planned a full eve-
ning of dancing to the music of
Henry Dring and his orchestra.
Refreshments will be served by
the Sholem Women's Chapter.
Tickets may be secured from
any B'nai B'rith member, or at
the door. The public is invited
to attend.
BERNIE
SAFFER
Renders
a
CATERING
SERVICE
THAT
SATISFIES
Isaac Levin Lodge Holds
Membership Party
A membership games party
sponsored by Isaac Levin Lodge,
Bnai B'rith, was held Thursday,
May 19, at the home of Emanuel
Levmson, 940 S.W. 6th St. Bob
Levin introduced new members
and President Donald Eanett de-
scribed the social programs plan-
ned for the summer.
NO PARTY
TOO LARGE
OR TOO
SMALL
JACK
JILL
Caterers
24 N.W. 7th St.
Off Miami Avenue
PHONE 9-0573
ALWAYS
FRESH
Available at Your Grocer
All Our Products Are Kosher
Mfd. in Miami Daily by
AT 2180 N.W. 13th AVL. MIAMI
ami Beach business man. "You
can't cover Miami Beach on foot
any more it's grown so much."
A branch office of the Frink
campaign will be officialy opened
Monday at 955 Washington, and
Herb and Mrs. Frink are looking
forward to seeing their many
friends.
"There isn't time to get out per-
sonal invitations, but we want
everybody to come," the council-
man said.
Miami Beach voters have elect-
ed Frink to the council three
times. When he first offered him-
self for public office in 1939, he
was elected for a two-year term.
In 1941 and again in 1945 Miami
Beach voters re-elected him for
Commissioner Quigg To
Speak At Luncheon
Commissioner Leslie Quigg,
will be the guest speaker at the
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, week-
ly luncheon club today at 12:30
p.m., in the Downtowner Res-
taurant, Seybold Bldg.
Commissioner Quigg will enter-
tain the members t>f Sholem
Lodge with hypnotism and ven-
triloquism.
William L. Pallot, luncheon club
chairman, will introduce Com-
missioner Quigg.
four-year terms, each time r/iving
him the largest endorscm int of
any candidate on the bal'.ot.
, LISTEN TO WWPB EVERY SATURDAY AT 8 P.M.
LISTEN TO WBAY FRIDAY AT 1-SUNDAY AT 10 AM.
The Lonely Acres
Perhaps the saddest ground in any cemetery is that
given over to the so-called "single graves." A single
grave is usually purchased for (not by) its owner,
whose mortal remains are thus, for all eternity,
separated from those near and dear to him. These
burial spaces are necessarily sold "in rotation"
that is, one after the other. Adjoining spaces are
not, as in the case of the family plot, inviolably re-
served for wife, husband or other kin.
Single graves are generally purchased on the
spur of the last moment for those who neglected to
provide a family plot while there yet was time. Most
cemeteries necessarily sell them. Yet every ceme-
tery would far prefer that there were fewer of the
lonesome single graves BECAUSE
Only a family plot, selected long before need,
can assure the comforting certainty that those
whom God has joined in kinship will be united in
timeless repose, not separated here, there and who-
knows-where.
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY OFFERS YOU
WISE COUNSELING
BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPING
PERPETUAL CARE
SPECIAL MOUNT NEBO "PRE-NEED" PLAN
For full particulars, write or phone:
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue
Olympia Building Office Phone 3-3720


PAGE SIX
lt*itfkrfcftor
FRIDAY, MAY!M^
Miami Auxiliary
Homo For Aged
Will Install
Mrs. William Danziger will be
installed as president of the Mi-
ami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Horr.e for the Aged at a
luncheon Tuesday at noon at the
Dru:r.. 3622 Coral Way.
Harold Shapiro will be featured
speaker and Cantor Maurice
Mamches will sing accompanied
bv Mrs. Elsie Steibel. Mrs. Ben-
janv.n Sherry, former president ol
the Miami Beach auxiliary, will
be installing officer and Mrs. Sid-
ney L. Weintraub will serve as
toastmistri ss Bars. Joseph Fine
will deliver the invocation. In
charge of arrangements is Mrs.
Isadore Cohen.
Other officers to be installed
are: Mrs. Maxim Hershey, first
vice president; Mrs. Nat E. Katz.
second vice president: Mrs Ber-
nard Bernstein, third vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Sidney J. Covner, fi-
nancial secretary: Mrs. Jack
Shansky. recording secrel
Mrs Eva Krohn. corresponding
secretary; Mrs Joel Zalis, ti
urer: Sirs. Frances Boeninger.
social secretary: Mrs. Isadore
Cohen, parliamentarian: Mrs. Ben
Kandel, sergeant-at-arms. Mem-
bers of the reception committee
are the Mesdames Henrietta
Waldman. David Potash. Louis
Browr.. Isadore Langner and
Harry Field. Trustees include the
Mesdames Isadore Cohen. Ben-
jamin Sherry. Joseph Fine and
Jennie Grossinger. The board of
directors is composed of 40 mem-
bers.
Judge Harold B. Spaet. presi-
dent of the Home, and Mrs. Spaet.
Leo Allen, executive director of
the Home, and Mrs. Allen will
attend the affair.
Phoi
Mrs. William Danziger
Iftcth II Plan*
Lai: llOmrr IVl*
Pupils of the Beth El Hoi
and Sunday Schools will partici-
pate in a Lag B'Omer outing all
day Sunday at Matheson Ham-
mock.
Under the joint auspices uf the
Beth El Sisterhood and the Par-
ent Teachers Association, the
partv will meet at the Beth El
building at 590 S.W. 17th Ave. at
10 a.m. and will leave for the
picnic grounds in groups. Parents
are urged to bring their cars to
provide adequate transportation
for the large i umber of children
wl o are i xpt i ted to atti n
Mrs. Edward Schwartz. Mrs.
Ernie Chernoff and Mrs. Charles
members of the oul
announce that ice
m and soda will be provided
for the guest ut ask that they
bring their lunch. Abraham Roch-
stein, athletic director of the Mi-
ami Y. will be on hand to direct
and supervise I games and ac-
tivity
Judith Wol|Mri
Xanied Attache
Judith Wolpert, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert.
1776 S.W. 16th Ave.. recently re-
ceived word from the State De-
partment that she has been ac-
cepted for the post of cultural
he to Venezuela.
Miss Wolpert. a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High, is now a stu-
dent at Wellesley, where she is
chief justice of the student body
She was elected to Phi Beta
Kappa and was voted "the most
brilliant" in her class.
Following her graduation from
tl e Massachusetts school on June
13, she will go to Washington
on July 5 for an indoctrination
course before leaving for Caracas
Need Help in a Hurry?Call
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White and Colored Help
Phones 9-5317 9-8727
61 N. E. 6th Street
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HOROWITZ
KOSHER INN
331 1st Avenue West
HENDERSONVIILE, N. C.
Announces the re-opening of
their 27th season with an ex-
pert cook under the supervi-
sion of Mr. and Mrs. A. Horo-
witz. Special seasonal rates.
Write to Horowitz Kosher Inn
for reservations.
UtalfieAt
FURNITURE Co.
1200 Coral Way
KOSHER
and
PURE
SALAMI
DEMAND
TRULY
GREAT
HI-GRADE FOOD CO.
A. Stoe Nmme*
New Chairmen of
Iftcaeh Zionists
Alfred Stone, recently re-elect-
ed president of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, has named the
S A Goodman. North Beach
area and Brandeis Camp com-
mittee Matthew Silverstnn. Cen-
tra] and South Beach areas; Dr.
E J. Edelman. delegates to Zion-
iai Youth Commission; Phil Sal-
mon, chairman, Sol L. Sugar-
mar, co-chairman, education and
programming; Isidore Goldberg.
Jew:-: National Fund: I. R Good-
man delegates to Zionist En
ency Council; Alex Van Straaten.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer. co-
chairmen, membership commit-
tee; Rabbi Leon Kronish. publica-
tions: Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
speakers committee; Harold Shap-
iro, luncheon club; Abraham
Goodman, budget committee;
Leonard Glasser. arrangements
committee: Shepard Broad. Ben
Zion Ginsburg, co-chairmen, eco-
nomic eon n ission; Leon Ell. Is-
raeli institutions: Dr. Z. I. Sab-
shin. representative to Bureau
of Jewish Education; and Alfred
Stone and I. R. Goodman, organ-
izational representatives to board
of governors. Greater Miami Jew-
is Federation.
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Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ
V .'re mighty, proud of our modern,
laboratory-controlled Home Milk Dairy Plant,
and we believe you'll lie interested to see the
fine equipment and careful, scientific methods
we use to protect and safeguard the freshness
and purity of all daily fresh Home dairy
products. So, one of these fine Spring days,
gather up the family and pay us a visit!
Then, after you've seen the plant
in operation ... take the family into our
attractive Dairy Store and treat them to
big dishes of rieh, wonderful Home Ice
Cream made only of our own daily fresh
uhole milk and daily fresh sweet cream!
Yes, Home Ice Cream is so creamy.
smooth and refreshing .. after you ve W
it you'll want to lake home a 2% ga km
container for your deep freeze, too Jul W
it in the Dairy Store where you II allOtW
anything else you need from a hall- J"
of daily fresh Home Coffee Cream, to a gallon
of zesty daily fresh Home Buttermilk.
. am'A love
So, come visit us soon... we aw
to have you. And remember, all no
dairy products are daily fresh )
taste the difference!
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FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1949
+Jmlsli ikrktetti
PAGE SEVEN
"MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Grade A Pulverized and
processed Muck and Marl
Any Mixture Bitter
Blue Sod
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Phone 4-0335
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
EDDIE ALPER
OCULIST'S
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
Beach Optical
Service
350 Lincoln. Road
Suite 501 Phono 5-5419
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your roof repaired nowj you
will iavt on a new reef later
Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 a. w. 82nd Avenue
HHONB s-Beeo
ljjgmwwi >S*iyov Spin
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
\
Essen
I Construction Co
2052 N.W. Second Ave.
Commercial
and Residential
Construction
LICENSED AND
INSURED
Guaranteed Work
Phone 3-6924
Estimates Cheerfully Given
I WANT MY MILK
And Be Sure It's
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL.. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
End of Bird Rd. a\ Snapper Creek
Harvey D. Kasow To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow
2100 S.W. 21st Ave.. announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Harvey David, to be held to-
morrow morning at 9 o'clock at
Beth David Synagogue. Harvey
will conduct the musaf services.
A reception in the Talmud
Torah will follow the ceremony
and relatives and friends are in-
vited to attend.
The confirmand is a student at
Shenandoah Junior High, where
he is a member of the school's
mixed chorus. A member of Ha-
bonim, Harvey has attended the
Beth David Hebrew School fox-
six years and has served as junior
cantor of the congregation for
the last three years.
Mr. and Mrs. Kasow will honor
Harvey at a reception to oe held
in their new home Sunday aft r-
noon from 2 to 5. The affair will
also honor their daughter, Doris,
who will graduate fron: Miami
Edison High School in June and
enter Russell Sage College in
Troy, N. Y., in the fall.
Out-of-town guests for the Bar
Mitzvah include Harvey's pa-
ternal grandmother, Mrs. Rebec-
ca Kasow, New York, and his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mis. Ar-
thur Kasow, White Plans, N. Y.
Zionist ( omiril To
Present Concert
Scenes from 'A Flag Is Born"
by Ben Hecht with Clara Langs-
ncr, stage and screen actress as
narrator, Bernard Ostfeldt, chore-
ographer, Ruth Brotman, so-
prano, Dr. Paul Beck, tenor, and
Anyuta Melicov, pianist, will open
the concert and variety revue to
be staged in Flamingo Park Sun-
day evening, May 22, at 8:30 p.m.
The show will be sponsored by
the Labor Zionist Council (Youth
Group).
Clara Langsner has appeared
with Paul Muni, the Barrymores
and many famous movie stars in
Hollywood. The Habonim (mean-
ing "the builders") will present
a pageant depicting modern Is-
rael and Rabbi Max Shapiro will
talk on his recent trip to Israel.
One of the highlights of the
evening will be Chana Grosberg
star of the Polishe Bunde who
is an internationally known com-
medienne.
Other noted artists to appear on
the program are Clara Lieber,
Russian gypsy character singer,
Hildegarde dance group in a May-
time dance festival and ballet
dancing, Bernard Ostfedt in Sapn-
ish dances, Maurice the Magician,
Ruth Brotman and Paul Beck.
Tickets are priced at $1 plus
tax and are for sale by members
and at Condave's Music Store,
1224 Washington Ave., the Book-
worm, 214 Valencia, Coral Gables,
and the Treasure Chest, 42 N.E.
1st St. In case of rain the per-,
formance will be held the follow-
ing night.
Emma Lazarus
(nit Will Meet
The Emma Lazarus Chapter,
Business and Professional Wom-
en, B'nai B'rith, will hold a meet-
ing Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Mi-
ami Beach Y.
Miss Ethel Pont, retiring presi-
dent who was recently appointed
State Federation president at the
Havana convention, will report
on the four-day conclave in Cuba
and describe state-wide plans for
the B'nai B'rith women's chap-
ters.
Newly elected president, Miss
Dorothy Rader, will appoint del-
egates to the District Grand Lodge
convention in Savannah, Ga.,
May 28-31.
H '
Joe H Adam,, president of the American Hotel Association
joe n. rto" r.modore Hotel was singularly honored on
and manager ***! (above) was presented to him by
April 19. wh" a ^^foHhe Honda Stale Hotel Association
the officers and directors oi iue Presentation of the
whose signatures are graved onlhe p q ^ ^
plaque, given "in recognitionid\m mgn ^ t the
ferred upon one flSSZwri "** for many
presidency of h^m"c.an.i! and meritorious service to the
years has rendered most urasuum Pickard, retiring
whole hotel **$ W^iemAdotel AsSiori and president of
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C V Safety Harfctr. Florida "
4^y, Between Tampa and St. Petersburg
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Josephine A. Davis
Weds Marvin Cohen
Miss Josephine A. Davis.
daughter of Ben Davis and Mrs
Janet Davis-Hart. London, Eng-
land, became the bride of Marvin
S. Cohen, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs
Alex Cohen, 2220 S.W. 19th Terr .
on Friday, April 22 The marriage
was solemnized by Rabbi David
Raab.
The bride attended Roedean
School, England, and the A:
can Acacemv of Dramatic Arts.
Ni York City. Mr. Cohen grad-
uated from Pittsburgh Univc
and took graduate work at the
U iversity of Miami. He is di-
rector of the Coburn School,
Noimandy Isle. Miami Beach
Myron Coulton To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Coultor..
2775 S.W. 29th Ave., formerly of
Rochester, N. Y, announce that
their son, Myron, will become
Bar Mitzvah tomorrow mornir.g
at 9 o'clock at the Miami Hebrew
Myron Coulton
S< hool and Congregation. The
yung man will conduct the en-
tire service, read in the Torah
and address the congregation.
Rabbi Simon April will respond.
The Bar Mitzvah is junior can-
to.- of the Miami Hebrew Schooi
and Congregation and a member
of Boy Scout Troop No. 85. He
attends Shunandoah Junior Hich
s'hool where he is a member of
tl i unior band.
A reception will follow the
c lemony. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend.
V
Cc-o: G.'.ler
Carol Oilier To
Wed Isaac Fryd
Mr. and Mrs Ben Giller. IMC
Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach.
announce the engagement of tneir '
daughter. Carol, : Isa?- Fryd. I
son of Mr and Mr* A L Fryd.
Tel Aviv Isr
The bride-to-be will attend the
Universitv oi Mi ... Mr. Fryd is
now a student at the University
of Miami studying civil engineer-
ing.
A family wedding on June 19
will take "place in the garden of
the horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Heiman, uncle and aunt of the
bride-elect.
Jacobs To Celebrate
Silver Anniversary
Mr. and Mis. Julius Jacobs.
2171 S.W. 21st St, will celebrate
their twenty-fifth wedding anni-
versary on Sunday. May 29, with
an open, house beginning at 3
p.m.
On hand to join in the festivi-
ties will be the Jacobs' son, Alvin.
who is attending the University
of Florida. Another son, Robert,
is serving with the Ai med Forces
in Labrador and a third son,
Fred, died in the service in 1945.
No personal invitations are be-
lrg issued. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend.
Huth Smolensky
Becomes Mrs. Dryer
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Smolensky,
formerly of Miami and now liv-
ing in New York, announce the
marriage of their daughter, Ruth,
to Joseph Dryer of Toronto,
Canada.
The marriage was solemnized
in Toronto Tuesday, May 17.
After a wedding trip the couple
will reside in New York.
Miss Smolensky was an active
member of the Miami Business
and Professional Division of Ha-
dassah, havirg held the chair-
manship of Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization for two years.
Mrs. Kogan To Entertain
Mrs, Alexander Kogan, pa-
troness of Beta Theta Chapter of
Phi Sigma Sigma, will entertain
the retiring and newly elected of-
ficers of the chapter at a lunch-
eon-splash party tomorrrow at
the Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach.
gjggfogHark/ton
Personally Speaking |
Mr and Mrs. Nat Roth, 337 N.E. 28th St., celebrated their
thirtieth wedding anniversary Tuesday night at a family dinner.
A Goodman, 2225 Loft St., Hollywood, Fla., is spending the
summer in Pontiac, Mich.
Theresa Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen 2220
S W 19th Ten., has recovered from her recent illness and re-
turned to New York City, where she is employed as a research
assistant in the editorial department of Time Magazine.
* *
The bris milah of William Alan, son of Dr. and Mrs. J.
Pomerance. 1535 West 21st St., Sunset Isle, took place on
Wednesday May 11, with Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg as
godparents and Sam Goldberg as sandek. Present were Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Pomerance, grandparents; Mrs. James Glasser,
aunf Sanford Pomerance, uncle; Dr. and Mrs. Louis Julian and
a host of other friends. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated at the
ceremony.
* *
Mrs. Eugene Lilienfeld. 304 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, is
spending the summer with her son. Dr. S. Lillienfeld, in Balti-
more, Md.
* *
Mrs. Esther Morrison of Miami Beach is spending the
summer in Los Angeles.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Mott Nentzov of Belfast, Ireland, arrived in
Miami Monday to celebrate their silver wedding anniversary
at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Penick, 450 N.W. 108th Terr.
* *
Abraham Wenncn. 1301 Alton Road, Miami Beach, will
leave for Brooklyn, N. Y.. Sunday. While in the North, he will
attend the wedding of his grandson, David, to Judith Ringle of
Pcsaic. N. J.. to be'held at the Waldorf Astoria June 5.
* *
Mrs. Fcr.nie Rika of Miami Beach and her daughter, Mrs.
Irving Serin of Beverly Hills, Cal., who has been visiting here
for the past seven weeks left last week for Chicago. Another
daughter, Miss Evelyn Rifas, will leave for New York on May
28, and on June 3 will sail on a cruise to Venezuela. Upon her
return she will fly to Chicago for a short visit and will return
to Miami with her mother.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Julian A. Rickles, 5323 Alton Road, Miami
Beach, announce the birth of a son, Thomas Jacob, born at St.
Francis Hospital. Because the baby was born on the 129th
birthday of Florence Nightingale, the hospital, in accordance
with its annual custom, provided free maternal care for him.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Scheinberg, 2725 S.W. 3rd Ave., an-
nounce the birth of a daughter, Terry Lynn, May 10 at St.
Francis Hospital, Miami Beach. The mother is the former Mary
Hillyer, Danville, 111. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mendel
Scheinberg of this city.
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Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lazar announce the birth of a daughter,
Michel Rae, born May 12 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg.
* *
Word was received from Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, who
is now in Israel, that she is very impressed with the progress
that the new nation has made since 1937. "... I feel that all of
us outside this country must continue to help," she writes,
"especially to house, employ and rehabilitate the thousands of
DPs who come each week."
Giller Named President
Of State Apt. House Assn.
Ben Giller was elected presi-
dent of the Florida State Apart-
ment House Association at the
group's annual meeting in St.
Petersburg last weekend.
Miami Beach was selected as
host city for the 1950 conclave.
Other officers elected were:
Harry Miller, Miami, first vice
president; Charles B. Wells, Day-
tona Beach, second vice presi-
dent; Michael Fox, Miami Beach,
secretary: Richard G. de Mutelle,
Orlando, treasurer; Arthur D.
Fishman, Miami Beach, execu-
tive director.
Mrs. Myers Re-elected
Mrs. Stanley C- Myers was re-
cently re-elected chairman of
Florida State Welfare Board No.
9. Fred Hartnett of Coral Gables
was elected vice chairman.
Mrs. Myers will attend a State
Welfare meeting in Jacksonville
tomorrow.
Consumptive Relief
Society To Install
Mrs. Hy Friedman will be in
ducted as president of the Great
er Miami Jewish Consumptive
Relief Society at ceremonies to
be held Sunday at 8 p.rn at ,
Sherry Frontenac Hotel thc
Rabbi Max Shapiro will serve
as installing officer. Vocal soloi
Rita Auerbach. accompanied hv
Rhoda Granet, will present sev
Officers o Clara Hirsch Landau Chapt.r, B'nai B'rith Young Woman, were inatallad in ^ar.-
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Norma Tnalblum, treasurer; Bert. Ann Brown- corresponding secretary.
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provide entertainment.
Others who will be seated at
the affair are: Mrs. Morris Golus-
kin, first vice president; Mrs.
Herman Schoenfeld, second vice
president; Mrs. Sam Kalmus,
treasurer; Mrs. Lawrence Sim-
kin, financial secretary; Mrs. Je-
rome Poncher, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Jack Gordon, corre-
sponding secretary; Past Presi-
dent Mrs. Sol Brown, counsellor.
Mrs. Dewey Klein will again
serve as case chairman, super-
vising weekly visits to tubercular
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Mrs. Lou Ross, installation
chairman, will be assisted by a
group of hostesses.
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dt. Sinai Auxiliary
l0 Elect Officers
|The Women's Auxiliary of Mt.
L unsDital of Greater Miami
Emm" Thursday. May 26, at
t hospital. 4300 Alton Road.
tmi Sach. to elect officers.
A slate of nominees was pre-
. d by the nominating com-
Tttee at' the first meeting of the
Elation on May 12, at which
lrgr 700 women were present
ivc ^horshiD is given a period
fetwTlSTuntIi May 26) to
[ reS additional nominees to
I *"" eludes: Mrs. Max
\mT^ n?cMdcnt; Mrs. Monte
HrtirS vice President; Mrs.
ISmuel Simonhoff, second vice
I Snt- Mrs. Louis Krensky.
E vice president; Mrs. Ben-
I min Meyers, Mrs. Abraham
IgSnaSirs. Harold Spaet^vice
lrpsidents; Mrs. Harry Mark-
IS treasurer; Mrs. Meyer
Ischwartz, assistant treasurer;
Im,s. Herbert Schwarz, corre-
Ifponding secretary; Mrs. Harry
Kaufman, recording secretary;
IClrs William Bernstein, financial
Isecretary: Mrs. Isaac Levin, audi-
Tr.e membership of the organ-
ization now numbers over 2000.
I Women interested in participat-
ing are asked to join. Annual
dues are one dollar.
Miriam Sandier To
Join Slimmer Brides
The engagement and coming
marriage of Miriam Sandier, 939
Alton Road, Miami Beach, to Mur-
ray Kripple, son of Mr. and Mrs.
West Miami Unit
<:<<** Officers
Milton Beigel was elected presi-
dent of the West Miami Jewish
Community Center last week. He
succeeds Harry Klein, who is now
a member of the board.
Eugene H. Kolnick To
| Become Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Eugene
I Harold Kolnick. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Kolnick, 1011 4th St..
Miami Beach, will be held to-
morrow morning at the Beth
Jacob ConRieSation.
A reception will follow the
ceremony at the Kolnick home.
Temple Isaiah To
Hold Picnic Sunday
Winding up the activities of
the Religious School of Temple
Isaiah, a picnic for pupils and
their parents will be held Sun-
day. Parents and children will
meet at the Temple at 10 a.m.
and will proceed in cars to Cran-
don Park. .
Games and races will highlight
the afternoon's activities, accord-
ing to Mrs. Jay B. Keys, super-
visor of the Religious School.
Rabbi David Raab, spiritual lead-
er of the congregation, has an-
nounced that prizes will be dis-
tributed to the children winning
in the various activities.
Working on arangements for
the event are: Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Tupler, Julius Jay Perlmutter,
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, Mr.
and Mrs. David Pollack and
others. Harold Shapiro, a mem-
ber of the Temple board of di-
rectors, will lead the parade of
cars.
DOV Chapter To
Install Leaders
Officers of the DOV Chapter of
Mizrachi Women will be installed
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at
the Beth El Auditorium, 500 S.W.
17th Ave. Mrs. Emanuel Karger
will serve as mistress of cere-
monies ana isorman R. Lyons,
WBAY radio commentator and
local attorney, will be installing
officer.
The charter of the DOV Chap-
ter will be dedicated to the late
David Adlerblum, in whose honor
the chapter is named, by Rabbi
Murray Grauer of Congregation
Beth El. Cantor Maurice Mamches
will sing several selections.
Members and friends are in-
vited to attend.
REFUSE
Miriam Sandier
David Kripple, 321 S.W. 9th Ave.,
have been announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sandier.
Baltimore, Md.
The wedding will take place
Saturday evening, July 2, at Con-
gregation Beth El with Rabbi
Murray Grauer officiating.
The bride-elect attended schools
in Baltimore, while Mr. Kripple
attended New Jersey schools.
Both are veterans of World War
II, Miss Sandier having served in
the Marine Corps Women's Re-
serve and her fiance in the Army.
Mi/ton Beigel
Also elected to office were
Tilden Cornblum. vice president;
Stephen Simon, treasurer; Mrs.
Harry Tamarkin, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Henry Randall, cor-
responding secretary.
Members of the board include:
Jack Bennet, Louis Goldin, Sam
Gordon, Seymour Samuels, Leon-
ard Kalish, Ed Holly, Mrs. Isidore
Teitler, Abe Blumin, Barney
Fisher. Harry Tamarkin.
Plans are now being formu-
lated for a first anniversary dance
and journal. Rita Mayer is chair-
man of the affair, proceeds from
which are earmarked for the con-
struction of a synagogue. Ruth
Samuels, 48-2940, is in charge of
the page in the pournal for
memoriams, and Phyllis Mayer,
83-3911, is chairman of the page
on children's names.
A building committee has been
formed and construction is slated
to get under way in July in order
that the synagogue may be com-
plete by the time of the High
Holy Days.
Auxiliary To Meet
Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary
199, Free Sons of Israel, will hold
a social meeting for members
and friends at the Seacomber Ho-
tel, Miami Beach, Thursday at 8
p.m. Mrs. Harvey Herman, pro-
gram chairman, will be assisted
by Mrs. R. Levine and Mrs. J.
Jacoby. A short business meeting
will precede the social. _______
Natalie Samuels Honored
The Temple Isaiah Young
Peoples League held a cocktail
party honoring the president,
Miss Natalie Samuels, who is
leaving for a stay in New York
City. Included in the evening's
entertainment was an exhibition
in hypnotism by Sy Lippman; an
original piano composition ren-
dered by Sy Gaster; pantomimes
by Jerry Kramer.
Evelyn Ell was in charge of re-
freshments; Ernest Neuman, pub-
licity, and Eleanor Keys, hos-
pitality; Gloria Berry, program.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mendel-
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Beach, announce the betrothal .of
their daughter, Charlotte, to Sey-
mour Balbok, son of Mr. and
Mis. Morris Balbok of South
Haven, Mich.
The wedding will take place in
South Haven on June 5.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Thomas Jefferson High
School in Brooklyn. Mr. Balbok
attended schools in Michigan and
is an Army veteran with over-
seas service.
Jerome Weinkle and Harry Gordon are co-chairmen of the all-
day outing and dinner to be sponsored by the Miami Zionist Dis-
trict Sunday. May 29. at the Ouarter Deck Club, anchored twelve
miles out in the bay. Boats will leave Pier 9, city docks, for the
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TEN YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE
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PAGE TEN
+JeisbtUridton
FRIDAY,
MAY 20,
Flagler-Granada Center
Committees Announced
At the last meeting of the Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center, Herman Feldman, newly
elected president, made the fol-
lowing committee appointments:
Building and site. Charles Adelman.
nan, Samuel Kirshner, Sidnej
Baakl Harry Kapl,w, Robert Taub-
<-r JewUh activities, Benjamin Clein,
chairman. Solomon Issenberg, Sidney
Stiller. James Segal; entertainment.
Leo Rothstein. chairman, Mr. and
Mrs, Sarr.j-'i Kirshner, Mr and Mrs
Jos Masters, Mr. and Mrs. Max Gor-
don, Mr. and Mr- Rs : Lar.g, Mr
nnd Mrs. So] Klssinoff, M and Mrs
Al Shenberg and Dor :-:
athletic committ- B I
chairman. Milton Korotkli Harrv
Hirsh. Hy Coverman. Milton Shen-
publicity cl Benjamin
Clein; Bunshlnc chairman, Evelyn
Cleln; membership and "...men's ac-
tlvltles, Lou Bsloe ar.'i Bern Segal.
rmen, Mr. and Mrs smln
Esther Esloe, Ri .-- K Iman.
Mr.- R K. .! Ray M
Lang. Marcle Cove Adei-
man. Mr and Mrs I Mr
and Mrs. .'.-. r. Coh< n All
Naomi Stiller, Mr. and II
Kaplow.
The membership and women's
activities committee will hold a
dance at the Coral Gabk-i Wom-
an's Club Saturday, June 18. A
television se: will be given away
at the affair. The dance reception
committee includes: Mrs Ralph
Lang, Mrs. George Balb-.r, Mrs.
James Segal. Joe Masters and
Benjamin Clein.
Plans are also being formulated
for a picnic in Matheson Ham-
mock in July and a moonlight
boat ride in August.
Next meeting of the group will
be held May 26 at the Coral
Gables Woman's Club. An ama-
teur hour will be held and re-
freshments will be served.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S court
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE So
22481
Ri ESTATE OF SARAH
RAPHAEL, a: known ...- S
RAPHAEL. Deceased
T< All Creditors an All Person* Hav-
Ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Vou, and each of yi i, are hi i el
fled and requiieii to i i it any
is and demandt filch >u. or
either of you, may hav< against
estati i .-. ..:', also know n
.-' Raphael, dec eased, late of i
es, Dade (' iunl Fl< irida, to th<
Hon W, f. Blanton, County Judge
ol Dadi Co inty, and file iin Ban in
ffl i in the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
mom fi om the date of the
first publication hereol Said claims
t.r demands to contain the
f i mam i b< sworn
to and pri sent) I as afoi esald oi sa me
.- 12 "(the
Probat Acl
. i te Mas 16th, A.D 1949
HELEN A LYONS,
A Exei ii Is of the Last Will and
of Sarah Raphael, also
kii Raphai Dc ea led,
MYERS HEIMAN - ;. bold Bldg.
Fl rids
rneys for Executrix
i 20-21 1-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Miami Adjustment Bureau at 419 Con-
gress Illdg.. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IRW1N WE1NSTEIN, Owner
BURNETT ROTH
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for applicant
r. ,-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
1 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 Countv. Florida.
HARRY HURWITZ,
Sole Owner
E 13-20-21 6'S-10
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT CoURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY N
124* 4
JOSEPH MASTRODONATO. Plain-
tiff, vs. ETHEL MASTRODONATO.
Defendant
TO ETHEL MASTRODONATO. E-5
Boston Court, Atlantic City. New
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
stvled cause for divorce, on or I
the S-th day of June, 14. otherwise
decree pro confesso will be entered
aga.nst you.
Dated this ICth day of May, 1S49.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court B
Bv R H RICE. JR.
Deputy Cleric
SAMUEL J RAND. Attorney
61" Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
5 11-2 1-11 S. 3
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 124359
JOHN P. HALIK, Plaintiff, vs.
ADELINE F HALIK, Defendant.
TO: ADELINE P. HALIK
23 MulWd Gardens
Yonke:s, New York.
You aro .'ereby ordered to file your
appeara'.ce or answer to the Bill of
Complaint for divorce filed against
you by JOHN F. HALJK on or before
the 2 day of May. 1949, otherwise
the allegations of said BID will be
taken as confessed against you.
_ONE AND ORDERED this 26 day
cl April, 1949.
c. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seao
By R, H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
TURK & NEWMAN
Solicitors for Plaintiff
4'29 5/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROYAL .SUPER VALUE MARKET at
35S1 N.W. 11th Avenue. Miami, Flor-
id, i. intend to register said name with
I lie Clerk of the Circuit Couit of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH ROTKNBERO
GEORGE T SOLI NO ER
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
5/20-27 6/3-10-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious MM
HUMPTY DUMPTY DRIVE IN RES-
TAURANT at (100 N W, 7:h Ave.,
Miami. Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cll
I Dl le County, Florida.
GEORGE MILLER
SAMUEL ROME
MARK SILVERSTEIN, Attorney
4.'" Lincoln Road
i Beach. Florida
: I >.*7 <> 3-1"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N"TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
islnest mder the fictitious name of
Fairmont Hotel at loofl Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, Florida, intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Ciicuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
JERRY PA MET
SAM SAPSOVITZ
Partners
OB iRGE CHERTKOF
Olympka Bldg.
Attorney Tor Applicants
I 13-30-21 3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT 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 SEROPULOS
EDWARD WEISS
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
1'"Tigress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants
4 :'9 5/6-13-20
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF PLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
r.HNTY- ,N CHANCERY, No
I246S8
DOROTHY W. DOBBS. Plaintiff, vs
AUGUST V. DOBBS, Defendant.
You. AUGUST V. DOBBS, 8.">2K2.".2
Street, Bellerose, Queens, Long Is-
land. New York, are notified to file
your appearance in the above cause
for divorce on the 13th day of June,
A.D. 1949, otherwise decree pro con-
fesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 11th day of May, A.D.
1949.
E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
'Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. PEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTO.v a FRIEDMAN, Attorney
Seybold Building
j/13-2o-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
Euclid Investment Co. at 715 Euclid
Avenue. Miami, Beach, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Couit of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
LOUIS KAHAN
MORRIS PLATT
Iviual Partners
SHIRLEY WOOLP
Attorney for Applicants
4L"' IJncoln 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
MARILYNS GIFT SHOPPE at 1025
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
ANITA FRANK
MARILYN FRANK
E. DAVID ROSEN
Attorney for applicants
5/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
tattle Brooks Dress shop at *6:i
Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intends to reglstel said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ITTIE SIROTA
6/20-27 6/3-10
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DAM:
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 143m,
RE: ESTATE OF MAY G KENT
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as EXECU-
TOR of the estate ol may Q KENT
deceased; and that on the 1", day of
June. |S4ft, will apply to the Honor-
able W. F. BLANTON. ('ountv Judge
Of Dade County. Florida, for approval
of said final report and foe final dis-
charge as EXECUTOR of the Estate
Of MAY G. KENT, .le. eased.
This 14th day of Mv, |S4|
ARNOLD II KENT
CUSHMAN. WOODARD tc
OOTTHARDT
Attorney for EXECUTOR
5/20-27 6/3-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COl RT "F I HI;.
I'.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ; 'r
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No.
MURIEL SHLOMK IWIJJ MEYKR-
OWITZ. P'.aintiff. vs. BORIS MET-
EROWITZ. Defendant
YOU. BORIS MEYEROWITZ. I
Quentin Road. Brooklyn. New Yorlt,
are w Ufla I to fUs four appearan- in
the above cause for divorce, on or be-
fore June 6, 1?49. or a decree pro con-
fesso will be enteied against you.
DATED Mas I I4
E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
***** ,'m C FBI
Deputy Clerk.
MAX R SILVER
AM nev for Plaintiff
Beybold Building
Miami, Florida
5 6-1J-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 LITTLE RIVIERA COCKTAIL
LOUNGE at number 165 N.E. 7tth
Cltj I Miami, Florida.
Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk if the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
EVANS CORPORATION
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE &
AR< 'NOVITZ
: Seybold Bldg
Attorneys for Applicants
5.'6-13-20-:: 6 3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE ''IP.CUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FI-ORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No 124S8S.
ALBERT ,-TRICKOFF, Plaintiff, vs.
CLARA STRICKoFF. Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: CLARA STRICKOFF'
2941 Weal :.-th 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-styled cause on or before the
1st day of June. 1949, otherwise the
allegations therein contained will be
taken as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami Florida, this 2nd
day of May, 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Bldg.
Miami. Florida
5/6-13-20-27
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
124636
PAN AMERICAN CORP.. a Florida
corporation. INTERNATIONAL IM-
PORTING & EXPORTING CO., a
Florida corporation, and MEYER
SCHWARTZ. individually. Plain-
tiffs, vs. HAL LEITMAN. HARVEY
LEITMAN, MAX LEITMAN and
DONALD LEITMAN, Trading and
doing Business as THE TIRE
MART. Defendants.
TO: HAL LEITMAN
329 West 76th Street
New York. N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint has been filed against
yoa by Pan American Corp., a Flor-
ida corporation, International Import-
ing & Exerting Co., a Florida cor-
poration, and MEYER SCHWARTZ,
Individually, In the above styled cause
and in the above named Court: and
you are further notified that you are
hereby required to file an appearance
in said proceedings on or before the
13th day of June, 1949, otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confesed by you.
This order is to be published once
a week for four (4) consecutive weeks,
in the Jewish Florldian, a newspaper
published in Dade County, Flu Ida.
Dated this 11 dav of Mav, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN; Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE &
ARONOVITZ
Solicitors for Plaintiff
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
Davison's at 911 N. W. 2nd Ave..
Miami. Florida. Intends to reglstel
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
5Vilnvt?2.HnJer-t!'; fictitious name of
i'^ '/>*.. SF'K SERVICE LAUNDRY
at 21lo N.W 62nd Street. Miami, Flor-
.?.* A"1*.1"1 to "ulster said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIAM S. SIMONS
ADELE SIMONS
Petitioners
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioners
Seybold Rldg.
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
f-.h "a."ar /"a" rl" at "1 N.W
fIS '." I,':"le *'">>-. Florida in-
tend to register said name with' the
JOHN J. DOMBROWSKI
DOLORES DOMBROWSKI
JOSEPH MARTYNA
VICTORIA MARTYNA
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants
4/2S i/-13-20-2I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirini- to engage In
business \ind.-r the fictitious name of
oxf.rd's at 102 Miracle Mile. Coral
Gables. Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MIRIAM 8EIDERMAN
KM A NI' EL SEIDERMAN
Partners
". f,-13-2P-27 6 3;________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
inder the fictitious name of
. Dress Shop al TM N. E I2.ith
St.. North Miami, Florida, intends to
- v.,ill name with the Clerk of
the ii Court of Dob- County,
Finn.l.i
DOROTHY L. GOLDMAN
. 13-20-27 6 S-10
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.
Uth Ave., Miami. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
THEO ABEL, Sole Owner
i : : 8-1J-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
businesi und< r the fictitious name of
Gertlei Boll Co. at 1063 N. w.
jth Street. Miami. Fla.. Intends to
reglstel said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Ida.
J( ISEPH GERTLER
5 (-13-20-27 6,3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT OoUKT of THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
for dade county, fixrida.
IN CHANCERY, No 124493.
THOMA8 EDWARD HEROLD. Plain-
tiff. VS. HELEN ELIZABETH
HEROLD, Defendant.
To HELEN ELIZABETH HEROLD,
^21 Western
Connersvllle, Indiana
i ; are hereby ordered to file your
iwer to the bill of
complain! for divorce filed against you
by THOMAS EDWARD HEROLD, on
or before the 6 day of June. 1949.
otherwise the allegations ..! said bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
DoNE AND ORDERED this 5 dav
of May. ::!.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By CHARLES BOLAND,
Deputy Clerk.
GEoRGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for plaintiff
5/13-20-21 6'3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirin? to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ToWER CLEANERS at 1420 S. W.
Itb 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
0,6-13-20-27 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 5925 N W
22nd Ave.. Miami. Honda, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
DAVID SHUBOW,
Sole Owner
.1/13-20-27 6-3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
vl!am 1?,',1<"s at 25 N. E. 2nd Street.
-Miami. Horida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida
,,, ^. v. -NICHOLAS DANIELS
MlLTo.N A. FRIEDMAN
Seybold Bldg.
Attorney for applicant
5/8-11-20-21 6 3
,\.T,-M::.,riIU'L'1T COURT OF THE
H*Y5R JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
v< < In1! K' "! '' u''- COUNTY,
UMir! CHANCERY, No!
MhpoS "KRSH. Plaintiff, vs. SAM
HERSH, Defendant.
You. SAM HERSH. c/o Rand Drug
Company, 617 Homewood Avenue.
ittsburgh. Pennsylvania, are notified
to tile your appearance in the above
cause for divoice on the 6th day of
June, A D. 1949. otherwise decree pro
i onfesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 5th day of May, A. D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
K ircult Court Seal)
By 11 C. FEIGE.
MILTON A FRIEDMANe"Uty Cto*
Seybold Bldg
Attorney foi Applicant
5/6-13-20-27
IN
NOTICE TO APPEAR
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
LN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
1*4 166.
ELAINE ZUCKMAN LOMBARDI.
Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH LOMBARDI,
1 'cfendant.
You. JOSEPH LOMBARDI, 318
West (9th Street, New York City,
N.w York, are notified to file your
appearance In the above cause for di-
vorce on the 6th day of June, A. D.
IMt, otherwise decree pro confesso
will be entered against you.
.Dated this 4 day of May, A. D.
E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Ciicuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
... Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Seybold Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
8/8-U-30-2J
Miami, Florida; ,''/.,,, > St Si
said name with' the CU* "{ "SlSl
cuit Court ^M,,,..;.;*^
AMOS BEN^uT- '
.V"rni ,or, A,,i'1
..03-6 Olympla B'.k-
4/29 5/6-13-20.27
----------- _jiviirf;
NOTICE WER^^I
busln^^^r^.^
"469 BAR" at 48Wepff!5'25|
Miami, Florida. |.,..,Lt]W*r st?J
r,v.,VB UNDER FictitX-H
, NOTICE lMB5^? '
R^hland Laundry and^w r'am'J
4322 N. W. 2nd Aven ,e v?""'"
Ida. intends in ,, 'rMH R
with the Clerk of vS^tSSf n'M
of Dade Countv. Fiorids,ltt
EDWARD Hippt, ,
Sole Owner 'I'I'K
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Appl
Congress Bldg
4 L'2-29 5 6-13-20
vNOT,CE ussK^ar
NOTICE 18 HEREBY ORB ,
the undersigned, dealriac t thwl
ot th;'cirVuirc.;:rr.:!,:.*'/LV,hc5
Florida. Lui* Comn.1
WALTER 1: i.nivro
MYERS, h!,^ J| tff
^rM'fL.hWear,terEff
4/29 5 6-13-20-27
< I
ORDER OF PL
IN THE CIRCUIT 1
ELEVENTH JIB
OF FLORIDA IN
COUNTY. IN 1
121367.
JOSEPH COLANDR
CHARLOTTE
ant.
To: CHARLOTTE
Ruxton Road. (1
Island. New Y
YOU ARE HEREI
file your appi
styled cause foi '
the sth day ..f .1 .
Dated this '.-tli dai
E B I.
(Circuit Court -
Bj
SAMUEL J. RAND.
Attorney
817 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
". 13-20-27 6/3
BLICATI0N
1 '' >'-T OF -up I
ICIAL
\Mi FOR :-u>bI
HA.NVK!:V^|
' I'lalntiff, _
ANDR0,DiJ|
COUXDRo. b|
' N-' L:n|
' NOTIFimJ
m the abessj
n I
1949.
of Mav. ;(i
.EATHERJUi ,
of Circuit Ceet|
m c rewi
Depul I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
._______ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thst
the undersigned, desiring to ene.-.sc la
business under the fictitious asm of 1
SAM'S SWAP SHoP at U X \\ jiU
Street, Miami, Fi..:Ida. intends to r-
inter said name with the Clerk of th
circuit Court of llade Countv, Flor-
ida.
SAM RANDEU,
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for A;
I 29 5/6-13-20-27
ORDER OF PUBLICATI0S
N THE CIRCUIT COURT "T THE
ELEVENTH .IUMC1AI. aSfttf -
IN AND FOR BADE (VIST!,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCHRT*
124224.
GERTRUDE LEVINBOOK. Plaintiff,
vs. MORRIS LEVlMtOOK. Petal-
ant.
TO: MORRIS LEVINBOOK
1544 12th Avenue
Brooklyn, New Y'ork
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill ol
complaint for divorce filed ajiiut
you by GERTRUDE I.EVINRoOK
or before the 25 da) of May, 1!;
otherwise the allegations of said bit
will lie taken as confessed agalnrtyoj
DONE AND oRI'ilRED THIS S-
day of April, 1949
E B I.I'ATMERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Si ,
By It. H. RICE. JR. !
Deputy uert. |
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
4/29 5/6-13-20___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY fil\E> *
the undersigned, desiring to WgMJ '"
business under the fictitious names
Joy San Shoes at 1337 ""*
Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida. In f
to register said name with nt
of the Circuit Court of Dsde Countr.
F'rlda- L. FRIEDI.ER, 0-ner
BURNETT ROTH
C Attorney for Applicant
4'29 6/6-13-20-27________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IB^BYOTmn
the undersigned, dosiniik to engage
business under the fie-tltious naw
Tamiami Hotel at 203 ft.1ff,|.
Street. Miami. Florida, intend
register said name "i"'.'^ County,
the Circuit Court of Dade v
Plrlda- HERMAN SCHULMAN
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 6/6-13-20_____________
ORDER OF PUBllCATlON
IN THE CIRCUIT COIRT Of, 'or
11TH JUDICIAL ClRCUIpg
FLORIDA. IN AND H'K .No.
COUNTY. IN CHA.NCER*.
124288. ___c.,,r Plainli'f-
HERBERT ROSENBERG. f d.
vs. DORIS ROSEN BEKU
YOU. DORIS BOS^m
Faseo Boulevard. Kansas tW.
sourl. are notified to (^ >ou_ J,
pearance In the above cause
vorce, on or before Ma> ". '' t0lerti
Decree Pro Confesso "ill M
against you. ,,
KHIf ^*__W.cle*
(Circuit Court Seal) ^ gTBgfr
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff ^
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FRIDAY. MAY 20. 1949
+Jmi$tithrkHar)
Abeefl Named To
Mail AIM-Port b
At the annual meeting of the
,Vional commission of the Anti-
RS rnition League of B'nai
ggrteW Sunday.. May 15^ at J
5. Waldorf Astoria in New York1
SvWft was announced by New
S'^k State Supreme Court Jus-
.- Meier Steinbnnk, chairman,
E Leonard L. Abess had been
iwtcd to the commission.
The National Commission of
the Anti-Defamation League is
h' leasue-s governing body It
mn,K>d of community leaders
SStin! a cross section of the
Sire United States. Leonard
SSm wiU act as representative
for the Florida Region on this
"Abei" is"' chairman of the ad-
visory board and executive com-
SSee of the Florida Regional
Offic-o of the Anti-Defamation
UG?lbert J. Balkin, director of
the Florida Regional Office is
at the present time in New York
attending the commission meet-
ing and meetings of the national
staff of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
PAGE ELEVEN
Pike Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Joseph
Pike formerly of 8055 North Mi-
ami Ave., will take place Sunday
at 2 p.m at Mount Sinai Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will of-
ficiate. Mi. Pike was a member
of Beth David Congregation. Re-
latives and friends are requested
to attend.
Weiss Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jacob
Weiss, formerly of Miami Beach,
will take place Sunday at 3:30
p.m. in the Workmen's Circle
plot of Mount Sinai Cemetery.
Arrangements are in charge of
the Workmen's Circle Cemetery
Committee. All members, rela-
tives and friends are requested to
be present.
Katziff Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Hyman
Katziff, formerly of 918 N.W. 5th
K\e., will take place Sunday at
3 p.m. in the Workmen's Circle
Piot of Mount Sinai Cemetery.
Mr. Katziff, who was a merchant,
was a long-time resident of this
area and a pioneer member of
the Workmen's Circle Branch No.
692. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.
Katzker Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Leon-
ard Katzker, infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hajry Katzker, 961
West 48th St., Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday at 1 p.m. at
Mount Sinai Cemetery with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating.
Relatives and friends are invited
to attend.
DUNCRAGGAN
INN
Isaac Levin Luncheon
Club To Meet Tuesday
Members of Isaac Levin Lodge,
B'nai B'rith will hold luncheon
club meetings at the Seven Seas
Restaurant every Tuesday at
12:30 p.m., Donald Eanett, presi-
dent, has announced. Albert Beer
and Emanuel Levinson are in
charge of arrangements.
Wanted
The Union of Russian Jews,
Inc., 55 West 42nd St., New York,
' has announced that Martha
Hoyka, nee Kossman, and her
husband are being sought by her
brother, Gustav Kossman. Any-
one who can furnish information
regarding their present where-
abouts is asked to contact the
union.
_. Morris Bros. Photo
Pictured at the installation luncheon of the Mianv. Beach Chaoler of the American Jewish Con-
gress held at the Shelborne Hotel Friday are: (sitting. 1. to r.) Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Mrs. L.
Glasser, state president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress; Mrs. L. Glickman.
retiring president; Mrs. F. Grossberg. chairman of the luncheon; Kurt Singer, installing officer;
Mrs. William Loeb. president; Mrs. M. Krieger, past president; Mrs. M. Rabinowit*. vice president;
Mrs. H. Greenberg, vice president; (standing 1. to r.) Mrs. A. A. Hayden. president of the Miami Chap-
ter; Mrs. M. Kogan, corresponding secretary; Mrs. M- Silverstein, corresponding secretary; Mrs. T.
Trent, treasurer; Mrs. F. Berger, corresponding secretary; Mrs. M. Blane, recording secretary; Mrs. H.
Koretski. vice president; Mrs. E. Busker, financial secretary; Mrs. M. Tanebaum. financial secre-
tary; Mrs. J. Kimball, vice president; Mrs. A. Lesser, auditor.
H. G. Shapiro To Speak
Harold George Shapiro will be
featured speaker at the meeting
of Miami Beach Masada to be
held Thursday night at 8:30 in
the auditorium of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Annex. 1415
Euclid Ave. His topic will be
"The State of Israel and Its Ef-
fects Upon the American Jew."
He will also discuss current
events and lead audience par-
ticipation.
Shapiro, who is secretary of
the Coral Gables Zionist District,
is one of the founders of the local
Masada and now holds the edi-
1 torship of the Masada newspaper.
Following the meeting refresh-
ments will be served.
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Mrs. A. A. Hayden, recently
re-elected president of the Mi-
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Jewish Congitess. was installed
at ceremonies at Burdine's
Auditorium last week. Rabbi
Max Shapiro served as install-
ing officer.
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Roth Advocates
Education on Tax
Equalization
"An educational program to
tell people with tax gripes about
such things as the Tax Equaliza-
tion Board and how it works is
one of the responsibilities of city
government," Burnett Roth, can-
didate for the Miami Beach City
Council, said today.
"And not only that," Roth add-
ed, "it is the city's responsibility
to assist its citizens by providing
a list of comparable properties so
they can determine whether or
not their assessment is reasonable
and fair."
Roth, a home owner and vice
president of the Hibiscus-Palm-
Star Home Owners Association,
is strongly in favor of tax equal-
ization and feels that more people
could have their taxes equalized
if they knew how to go about it.
According to the records of lost
year's meeting of the board, only
several dozen people complained
to the city council that their
taxes were too high and few
could present evidence of another
piece of comparable property
with lower taxeswhich is the
point on which their case rests.
"Anyone can appear before the
board," Roth said, "but you just
can't say your taxes are too high.
You have to be able to point to
another property of comparable
size, location and type of im-
provements on which the taxes
are lower. Then the board will be
able to make an adjustment if it
feels one is justified."
Last July the board, which is
composed of members of the city
council, met for ten days but the
majority of cases fell by the way-
side for lack of specific informa-
tion. The board meets annually
the first Monday in July on the
8th floor of the City Hall.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, has
been selected to deliver the
Sabbath sermon on May 28 at
the convention of the Zionist
Organization of America to be
held at the Statler Hotel in
New York next weekend.
Dr. Marquit To Lecture
The Jewish Peoples Fraternal
Order, Lodge No. 357, English
speaking branch, will sponsor a
lecture on "Sex and Psychology"
by Dr. Cyril Marquit Sunday at
8:30 p.m. in the patio of the Royal
Palm Hotel, 1545 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach. The public is in-
vited to attend.
Camp Osceola To
Open 25th .Season
Preparing to open their two
children's camps in North Caro-
lina for the 25th season are Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Silver, 950 Jef-
ferson Ave., Miami Beach. The
Silvers, who are both local public
school teachers, maintain a camp
for boys at Lake Osceola, near
Mrs. Herbert Silver
Hendersonville, and a separate
vacation spot for girls at Horse
Shoe, North Carolina.
Members of the American
Camping Association, both camps
feature private swimming pools.
An experienced staff of counsel-
ors supervise a full program of
activities including horseback
riding, boating, arts and crafts,
etc. A resident physician and
nurse are employed for the pro-
tection of the children.
The Silvers, who have received
degrees in education and physical
education from several colleges,
may be reached for further in-
formation at their local residence
or by calling 5-5975.
Hadassah Unit
To Seat Leaders
Mrs. Louis Gidney will be in-
stalled as president of the De-
borah Group of Hadassah at a
luncheon Wednesday at 12:30 p.m.
at the Versailles Hotel, 3425 Col-
lins Ave.. Miami Beach. Honor-
ary president is Mrs. Leo Levin.
Others who will be inducted at
the affair are Mrs. Joseph Postal,
Mrs. Jav Jacobi. Mrs. Milton
Lchr, vice presidents; Mrs. Sam
Rubin. Mrs. Martin Ludy fi-
nancial secretaries; Mrs. Maurice
Rich, treasurer; Mrs. Leslie Sale.
Mrs. Sam Deutsch. corresponding
secretaries; Mrs. Clarence Feuer,
recording secretary; Mrs. Joel
Neuman, parliamentarian: Mrs.
Edward Doxson, social secretary.
Board members include: the
Mesdames Jerry Granger, Leo
Pollack. Irving Cypen. Sam Cool-
ick, Norman Babel, Martin Genet,
William Levy. Alex Robbins. Alex
Strauss. Julius Mufson, Julius
Saperstein. Sydney Pepper, Mau-
rice Yalman, Bernard Fuller, Her-
bert Gut man. Jerry Hagen, Doran
Zinner, Paul Enfield and Lewis
Gorfine.
Honorary board members are:
Mrs. Leo Levin and Mrs. Leon
Shalloway.
Mrs. Herbert
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A. I-:. Woolfe Chili*
Are Organized
With A. Ernest (Ernie) Woolfe's
campaign headquarters at 1370
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
officially open this week, "Ernie
Woolfe for Councilman" clubs are
springing up all over the Miami
Beach area.
At a luncheon Monday at Mr.
and Mrs. Woolfe's home at 4474
Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, a
group of 90 prominent Miami
Beach women organized a unit of
the Woolfe for Councilman club.
Active in this group are Mrs.
Teresa Arnold Brand, Mrs. Her-
man Boughton, Mrs. Jack Cald-
well, Mrs. Byron Cisco, Mrs. John
Gross. Mrs. Herman S. Kohen,
Mrs. S. H. Leslie, Mrs. Ethel Ma-
loney, Mrs. Sidney Weinstock.
This week a group of profes-
sional men entered the Woolfe
campaign with a "Doctors and
Dentists for Woolfe" club. Co-
chairmen of the medical unit arc
Doctors Herman Boughton and
Barney Weinkle. Chairman of the
dental group is Dr. Richard
Schwarz.
Meanwhile 96 University of
Miami students living on Miami
Beach have banded themselves
together to form a unit of the
"Woolfe for Councilman" club.
On their campaign committee are
Leon Forman, David Tobin, Jerry
Kramer, Tevey Woolfe (son of
the candidate), and the Misses
Gerry Dietz, Lois Fine and Margie
Stern.
Attorneys and fishermen are
also organizing clubs for Woolfe.
Philip Salmon, one of Woolfe's
enthusiastic supporters stated:
"It is because Ernie is a reg-
ular guy whom everyone likes. He
has done just about everything.
He's been a fur trader in Canada,
a famous skater and a boxer for
charity. He's a composer, a build-
er, a realtor and one of the
most energetic civic workers on
Miami Beach. He knows hundreds
of important personages all over
the United States, but he is as
modest as a kid. He will carry
Miami Beach with plenty of votes
to spare."
Displayed in the Woolfe head-
quarters next to the television set.
and causing equal interest
amongst the hundreds of visitors,
is a blow-up of a letter from Isa-
dore Goldberg, chairman of the
Jewish National Fund. It reads:
"I have noticed in the papers
that you have decided to run for
councilman for the City of Miami
Beach. A man of your standing
who is willing to make such a
generous sacrifice for the sake of
his community and the people he
loves, deserves a great deal of
appreciation by the people of Mi-
ami Beach. I therefore offer my
services to you in any capacity
in which you can use me.
"The City of Miami Beach needs
men of your calibre, and it is the
duty of every citizen to support
you."
t "-Seymour Rreniwr
Determined to go over the top in their $10,000 quota, tht
apartment house division of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appni,
under the chairmanship of Ben Giller, is still waging a rigoroui
campaign. At its last meeting the board of directors of the Miami
Beach Apartment House Owners Association voted to hare evert
member of the board cover cards until every apartment houi
owner has been solicited. Ben Giller is shown above receiving i
check for $2,000 from Aaron Courshon.
Rabbi Kronish
To Review Books
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
will deliver the last in his series
of three lectures on current books
Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in the
Temple patio.
His theme for the evening will
be books about Israel and he will
review "This Is Israel" by Irving
Stone, "The Birth of Israel" by
Jorge Garcia Granados, "Shalom
Means Peace" by Robert St. John,
"In Search of a Future" by Maur-
ice Hindus and "Trial and Error"
by Chaim Weizmann.
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FRIDAY. MAY
Miamians to Attend
District BB Meet
Delegates from seven men's
B'nai B'rith Lodges and eleven
women's chapters will attend the
B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge
No. 5 annual convention ir. Sa-
vannah, Ga., May 29 to 31,
Charles R. Jacobson. executive di-
rector of the B'nai B'rith Council .
of Greater Miami, has announced. | stints w\\\ I e held Sui s
Men's cor.vent.on headquarters I <*#
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Congregation Beth Darid (Con- Temple Isaiah (Reform).^ljll
Mrrarire). 135 N.W. Third Are.; Dade Bird.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rer. Maurice David Raab.
MamchM.
Pridav evening services at 6 45.
Sabbath mornli - t P--11"
Mitivah of Harvej
M:s Abraham KM >'
>:S0 a.m. to b
a Kirldush Ral
Mann h- Will Sundaj -
10 a.m. Final exama for .-"
Israel
Way.
' p m. ,
? a.m.
Shaloa
will be the De Soto Hotel, while.place Sunday, Mas
women delegates will convene at'Awards will **" presented to all I
? ho Pntol (Savannah students. Official Closing
f, L, L ?, _, sch.->l will take ; th >
Highlights of the four day con-
clave will include an address by
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president
of Brandeis University and chair-
man of the National B'nai B'rith
Hillel Commission. An address
will be heard by Hon. Emanuel
Celler, congressman of New York,
who is scheduled to speak on
Sunday, May 29. National treas-
urer of B'nai B'rith, the Hon.
Sidney G. Kushworm will be
guest speaker at the closing ban-
quet Tuesday evening. May 31.
Mr. Maurice A. Goldberg, pres-
ident of the district, will open
the convention proceedings with
an address of welcome Saturday
evening. May 28, at 8 p.m. Talks
will also be heard by National
Commissioner Isaac Gradmar. and
the National B'nai B'rith Mem-
bership Director Harry Brager.
Mrs. Hyman C. Weissman,
president of the Women's Su-
preme Council of B'nai B'rith. will
be luncheon speaker or. May 29.
A private car will be chartered
for all B'nai B'rith delegates
leaving Miami on Saturday, May
27, at 8 a.m.
Slated to attend th> meet from the
Miami area are: Godfrey Newman,
Charles Weinberg, < leorjre Hertman,
Walter Kovner David Ft isen. Jack
o..id. Jack August, Max Lleber, Si-
meon Spear, Miami Beach I>}d(fe;
Mrs. Sanders, Mrs Sam Goldst< |i
Mrs. Kl Ooldstrom, Mary Alper, Mis
Seymour Satin and Mrs Beverly
Becker, Miami Beach Women- Chap-
ter: <" K. Jacobson, John Kmnen-
feld, Marx Falx-r Louis Helman I:
win VV'elnsteln, Sam Silver and Ted
Sakowlta, Sholem Lodg< M a John
Kronenfeld, Mrs. Harold Rand. Mrs.
Nat Strauss, and Mrs Sam Sliver,
Sholem Women's Chapter; Miss Doro-
thy Rader and Mr* Diane Schwarts,
Kmma Laiarus, Business and Pro-
fessional Women; Albert .1 Beer,
Isaac Levlne Lodge; Jerome P. Adel-
man. '"oral '".abbs Ledge; Milton A
Friedman, past president State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Lodglis, and
his wife will also attend.
Lear School Graduates
Hold Informal Outing
The. Lear School graduating
class held its last informal outing
Friday. At a picnic at Crandon
Park the graduates and their
under-graduate guests brought
box lunches and spent the after-
noon swimming, racing and play-
ing ball.
On Monday the class will at-
tend a luncheon at the Sherry-
Frontenac Hotel.
Graduation exercises will be
held on the Lear School lawn
1010 West Ave., Wednesday at 8
p.m. Guests are invited.
at Grej i.olds 1 '.. k Sunda) '
Congregation Keneseth
(Orthodox). 432 Espanola
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services it t
Saturday morning services at
Mlncha at 5 p m followed by
Seudos.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Are. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovtky.
Friday evening- service at 1:10 p.m.
Saturday morning at I 10 Rabbi
Ra-kovsky will officiate and
' Portion of the Week. At 3 15 th.-
Rabbi "The Ethics of th.
- Seud s i ad Ma u lv follows.
Daily sen l< ea at 7 10 a m Cl
Mlshna Will I
Rabbi Sei rices it i ;>.m.
by a .-lass III Jew
Maarlv followa at 6
Israelite Center (General). 3346
S.W. 24th St.
Dally services at 7 a.m. Friday nlsht
services at S p m. Refreshments will
be served Immediately following the
services. Saturday morning services
at 9 a.m
Miami Beach Jewith Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Earl) Frlda> evening services al 8
Final lat.- Friday evenlni
season al H:1S Rabbi Lehrman ill
preach On "Fi for Pi
The annual Jewish Wai Veti
Memorial sei vice will be held m con-
junction with the reg ill vice Ci n-
tor J. V. Ooldrlne will i hant the
. assisted by the Center choir
under the direction of Ben V'.....
Sabbath morning service al 9 o'clock.
The Rabbi will preach on "The Week-
ly Portion of the Law." Junior Con-
gregatlon al 9 10 Youth breakfaM
Hervlce at 9:15 a m This will he the
last youth breakfast of the season
Hebrew school Monday through Thurs-
day B:30 to 6 SO S indas m hool 10
o'clock to noon Pre-klndergarten
school Mondaj through Friday '.* a.m.
to 12,
Temple Emanu-El (Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:16.
a reception will follow in ii" reception
hall. The public is Invited t" attend
the service at 8 p.m. and the reception
at 9 30 p in.
United Jewish Schools. North
Campus. University of Miami.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies
Club at 10 am Hebrew school Monday
and Tuesday from 2:45 to 6.00 p.m.
Friday evening services at 1:11.
Rabbi Raab will conduct the service
i the sermon on the subject;
"The P phi Where Are I !> .
enthal will read from the
\ y and !*e il Keys win
' Me I
for Kldd isn Mi
and Mrs Louis Lltm in will pn -
' *ers and glvi thi
:i in honor of their son Slrti i -
Religlu IS school Sunday at
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
i". i evei sen i: '
... will \m dedicated to the
.... p, nts In tni "
will be Mra Alexander Robblns,
i......I. the Mi i -
. Charli T >b n, U J Kien-
sky, Ah xan I K i I n J
-. Rabbi Kronlsl
rill te the ne elected of-
tors a- pan of the
Sabbath I Ing sen Ice
104.' Bai Mltxvah of Bernard
,. si h""l at
I >r idn n fron IM to 16 Hebrew
. w .. k fi n for o h 11 -
. 14
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
, Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Servl evening at :S0.
- : a in. Bar
- ;< of Ml
Mrs N'atht '. April will
address the young man Mini ha al
S< idi -
Rabbi April will .-; the
ii Week Sunday school
it 10 a.m. Hebrew a from
3:30 to 6:3o p.m. Dail) aervicea
i:30 p. m. and 6 10 i .m.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk It,
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening service at 1:16 p.m.
Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the
choir, will conduct the service and
present Startle} C Myers who will
speak "ii "The Ami i ii ai Je Ish
munlty at th.- Cl---- Sat-
in day sei \ i, .... j > j .. Kidd ish
after the morning services Sunday
school at 10:30. Hebrew school Mon-
day, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3
p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mitzvah
lassi ai extra session Thursday at 3
p.m Mil.van service dally at 9 a.m.
Religious Congregation, 3681
N.W. 2nd St.
Friday evening services at 6. Satur-
day morning services at 9. Mlncha at
;.:!.'. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Services discontinued until the fall.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening Service at 6:30 p.m.
Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah of Eugene, son of Mr and
Mrs Max Kolnlck. Rabbi Mescheloff
will address the cnnflrmainl. Mln-
cha at 6:3" followed by Shalos
s. iidos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on the Portion Of the Week. Sunday!
school at f<:30 a.m. Daily schiK>l from
3:30 to 6:30.
1
Rosalyn Klein Re-elected
Hadassah B & P Prexy
Rosalyn Klein has been re-
elected president of the Miami
Chapter of the Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Division of
Hadassah.
Other officers elected were Fan-
nie Levitt, first vice president;
Mrs. Shirley Kimmel, second vice
president; Ruth Schwartz, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. Doris Brod,
corresponding secretary and
Goldye Sanders, treasurer.
Installation of officers will take
place June 8.
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Temple Israel (Raform). 137
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Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
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Babbath evenlni services Friday at
1:18, A birthday reception honoring
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il,,. services with Mra. Adolph Wor-
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Friday evening aervicea 1:10. Sahhnth
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Representative George S ? by
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Tropical Lodge To
Hold Water Fete
Plans are underway for the
Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith's
third annual water carnival to
be held Saturday, June 4, at the
Hyde Park Hotel, 41st St. and
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, ac-
i r a ml mothers
Organize Club
Mrs. Herbert Feibelman opened
her home to the organizational
meeting of the Temple Israel
Grandmother's Club last week.
At that time each grandmother
present had her portrait made by
a studio photographer. Corsages
of sweet peas were presented to
each lady present by Mrs. Wil- cording to Alvin Budner, secre-
liam M. Lehman, Mrs. Feibel- tary.
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man's daughter.
Temporary officers were elect-
ed. Mrs. Feibelman was named
president, Mrs. Joseph Socoloff,
vice president; Mrs. Henry Bul-
bin, treasurer; Mrs. Stella Hant-
man, secretary of information.
Mrs. Isaac Levin is founder of
the group.
Heads of the departments are:
Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, honorary
grandmothers; Mrs. M. S. Stern,
great grandmothers; Mrs. Ada
Joseph, sewing; Mrs. F. H. Neu-
berger, current affairs; Mrs. Wil-
liam Solomon, birthdays.
Additional members of the
planning committee are: the Mes-
dames Joseph A. Richter, Sophie
Schoenwald, Charles Greenfield,
Proceeds from the affair will
go to the group's community
service projects and charity.
A professional water and floor
show will be part of the eve-
ning's entertainment and there
will be swimming and dancing to
the music of Ricky Carmen's
Latin-American orchestra.
Tickets are $1.25 per person
and may be purchased at the
Hyde Park or from any member
of Tropical Lodge.
Louis Zeientz. Alexander Men-
delson, G. F. Rubel and Eugene
Wolff.
All grandmothers of Temple
Israel are invited to join the
group.
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Working on n'ans for the first annual conclave of Zionist youth groups which was held at the
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y. Fineran Memorial Set
[or May 26 At Biscayne
[Next Thursday. May 26, the
filliam Fineran Memorial race
[ill be run ;it the Biscayne dog
hck. ThiF cvint is a yearly fix-
Ire honoring the memory of a
Inter presi ing judge and rac-
ig secretary at the track. Finer-
h's forte, when secretary, was
ie development of pups and
trough his efforts some of the
kg names in guy hound circles
toe their prestige to that fact.
At the end of May 7, Fred
Jfhiteheacl hold.- top position at
liscayne followed by Randle
Bros.. Paul Sutherland, L. M.
LttV^atnck and V. B. Stutz. This
low.pmes the five leading ken-
hels fromN'iv. 15 to and includ-
ing May 7. There was no racing
It Biscavne between Jan. 1 and
April 11, 1949,
J Other kennels that are on the
bpswing are shown in a one-
peek's standing May 2 to 7 in-
Busive. Randle took the lead for
le week, with Whitehead next,
Don Marsh ni xt. E. W. Moelling
next and Sut ,rland winding up
Ji fifth spot With only 10 more
|ys to go it's hardly likely any
kennel can displace the White-
lead establishment.
I The Spring Derby, scheduled
lor closing night May 31, will
?ring to a close a highly success-
ful season at Biscayne with its
|wn nativ, son, Beach Comber,
prr.ly established as the dog of
|he decade.
JWV Auxiliary To Hold
Games Party Tomorrow
The Auxiliary of Jewish War
Veterans Post No. 330 will spon-
sor a games party tomorrow eve-
ning at 8:30 at the Stevens Hotel,
Collins Ave. and 63rd St., Miami
Beach, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Lillie Bookman,
chairman.
Assisting Mrs. Bookman are
Mrs. A. Singer, co-chairman, and |
the Mesdames E. Storch, M. Rein-1
er. Senna Robinson, May Deitz,
I. Cookler .and Oscar Gerrig.
Tickets may be purchased at I
the door and the public is invited!
to attend.
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CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
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CITY.....___
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SAUL S. LEVINE
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Announces the Opening of his Office
at
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
58-6711
VOTE FOR
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JUSTIFIES ANOTHER TERM.
(Paid Political Adv.)


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Znkernick Offers
Anti-Hate Law
Attorney Harry Zukernick,
candidate for Miami Beach city
council in the Jur.e 7 election,
has offered a city ordinance and
a state law for punishment of
those who spread hate propa-
ganda designed to engender racial
&r.d .elieious cigotry.
Zukern '-: has presented his
proposed o:;i:r.ance to members
- the '" eacr. cour.c:! and
has tea f bis proposed
to S B G
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Mrs. Harold Turk- retiring president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, is shown presenting the chapter's
$3000 check to go toward the construction of a new Hillel House
at the University of Miami to Councilman Harold Turk, retiring
president of the Hillel Advisory Council, while Mrs. Seymour
Satin, new president of the women's group, and Walter Kovner,
newly elected president of the council, look on. Occasion for the
presentation was the women's installation luncheon at the Sherry
Frontenac Hotel Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ida Optner. the chapter's
Hillel advisor, announced that a Torah will be presented to the
Hillel House by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Einhorn and family.
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Kaplan Campaigns
With Portable P.A.
First man in the history of the
Beach ..: elections to cam-
paign with a portable PA system
:f Abraham Jacob CA- J Kap-
REFINED ATTRACTIVE WIDOW
With business abilitySeeks ac-
quaintance of a fine gentleman
in the sixties in comfortable cir-
cumstances.
OBJECT MATRIMONY
Write Mrs. B.
P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18
MATCH-MAKER WANTED
Gentleman would like assistance
of professional marriage-maker
for purpose of meeting suitable
young lady. Will not reply to
personal letters.
Write M. M.
c o Box 2973. Miami 18
ATTRACTIVE, CONGENIAL
Young Woman in Late Thirties
Interested in Meeting Cultured.
Substantial Gentleman.
Write J. K.
c o Box 2973, Miami 18
Miami Beach Zionist District.
B'rith. He is a member of the
Temple Beth Sholom and the Mi-
ami Beach Elris. A member of
the board of directors of the Mi-
ami Beach Junior Chamber of
C mmerce, Kaplan is post ad-
jutant of American Legion Post
No. 85 ar.d is national deputy
judge advocate of the Jewish War
Veterans.
Believing that councilmer.
i should work hard at "heir jobs.
: Kaplan's campaign slogan is
"Work, Work and More Work."
. He favors immediate revocation
I of the bulkheard ordinance, equal-
I ization of taxes, year round police
department of at least 150 men.
enactment of social welfare and
cultural programs for the Beach.
better roads, more lights and an
up-to-date storm sewer system.
low cost housing for year round
residents.
Kaplan has set up headquarters
at 1538 Washington Ave., Miami
Beacr..
Attract Average
Wage Earner
Here. Kout Trges
"Analyze the economic plans of
j the people for the coming year,"
Hylan "Hy" Kout, candidate for
the Miami Beach city council,
said la a letter to the Chamber
of Commerce of Miami Beach.
I "for these plans are an indica-
tion of the country's downward
! trend of employment. New York
| is virtually void of jobs. Chicago
is in the same position. Layoffs
predominate.
"I feel that the next seasor.
we may have a decrease in the
number of visitors. Only common
ser.se planning on the part of
[the business men. hotel owner
and landlord will enable them
to combat a recession," Kout'
added.
"If the prices are flexible, they
will be able to meet any situa-
tion that arises. Adverse publicity
has hurt us," continued the can-
didate for city council, "in that'
we are pictured as gougers and j
cut-throats. We must realize that
the small wage earner who saves
his money for a long period of
time just so he may bask in our
sunshine for a short period, is
only able to spend just so much.
Meet his demands, which are few,
and we shall survive. To make
Miami Beach an all year round
playground, the middle class in-
come must be catered to. With
the employment rate dropping
less and less chancel
of our attracting the average'
wage earner "
Kout concluded with, 'Re-
trench before it is too late: The
mber of Commerce leaders
must sit down with the hotel op- j
erators. business men and land-'
lords and devise a plan to over-
come the price difficulties. Then
advice now is imperative!"
2JU949I
Burbridge Seeks
6th Council Term
William Burbridge. 63.^
old real estate operator. ls '"A
ing his sixth Miami Bearh I
c,l term. Bom in JacKUH
came to Miami m 1923 i'
time he is said to have been
second largest propert- r '
Miami Beach. "' 0Wn*'
Burbridge was one of the n,
ma sponsors of the SftS1
system for Miami Beac- C1u c
Ployes. He also assisted n
adoption of a prograT bv l
the city bought it! own av h'Ch,
tificates to keen them out ? .lr''
hands of speculators ( M
For a period fro-v Ta_
1912 to 1914 Burbridge served
a commissioner in Duval coW?
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LEO EISENSTEIN W. L FEUER
GENTLEMAN IN THE THIRTIES
Studious and Ambitious
Interetted in Meeting Young
Lady in her Twenties
AttractireGood Personality
Write Mr. A. L.
c o Box 2973. Miami 18
Practical Nurse Wants Position
Pra-.*.. ca] nurse experieno
.'.:..'..-.-.- ent ca es and heart con-
-.... ing to do light .-.ouse-
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.-. people free to travel willing
to live .: Call 58-5903 or 5-4676
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GENTLEMAN AGE 42
Would Uhe to meet
LadyObject Matrimony
No objection to Child
WRITE MR. S. W.
c o Box 2973. Miami 18
Ian, who recently announced his
candidacy.
Born in Paterson, N. J., 35
! years ago, Kaplan came to the
'University of Miami Law School
in 1933. He graduated in 1937 and
has been a practicing attorney in
this c:ty since that time, ex-
cept for four years in the service
during the war. In the same year
I r.e established residence in Mi-
ami Beach. He is a member of the
I law firm. Silver, Kaplan, Dietz
and Lasky.
Kaplan is a charter member of
the North Shore Lodge of B'nai
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No.
r
HE ESTATE OF
DAVID DICKSOX, Dc -.;.!
NOTICE ia hereby given that I have
' ed my final r-t>ori and petition for
Final Discharge aa Administrator of
.at* of DAVID DICKSON. de-
1 and that '>r. the V) day of
DC :'!' :11 apply to the Honor-
V P BLANTON. County Judg*
!a. for approval
' report ar.d for final dia-
harge >- Administrator of the Estaf-
VID DICKRON. d'-ased.
. lajr ol May
ARM IN BROWN
' R. SILVER
Attorney for Admlnlatrator
5 20-27 'J-10
Rabbi Kronish to
Spoak At Jewish
M mllefl Institute
The Institute of Jewsh Studies
for Adults, which is housed in the
Beth El Congregation. 500 S.W.
17th Ave.. Miami, will close its
spring semester with a special
assembly Monday night at 8:15
p.m.
Highlighting the program will
be an address by Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual "leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. His topic will
be "Meet the People of Israel!"
Two new films on Israel.
-Homecoming 1949" and "Memor-
andum on a Victory," will be
shown and Mrs. Florence Gordon
will offer Israeli songs and lead
communal singing.
The public is invited to attend.
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"The objectives of planning should not be thought
of as a means of encouraging greater expenditures,
but as a means of saving money by making better
use of funds normally spent by the community."
"The MAN with a PLAN'
(Paid Political Adv.)
TRULY NOLEN. President
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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 may be
obtained by calling our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
818 Michigan Arenue. Miami Beach. Phone 5-3595.
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