The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAyTmAY 27, 1949"
PRICE TEN CENTS
kraeli Delegates At Lausanne Firm
Lainst Concessions; Impasse Possible
jTA) Recent man snortly before the November
elections that if Israel wished to
I fflffi 0-m between
^Sinister Moshe Sharett
WeS delegation to the
!^k hracli-United Nations par-
C w have not eliminated the
#ST!f.C total deadlock of
STJeace talks.
iTKltar Eytan, director-gen-
PJKTUS Foreign Minis-
jgation, re-
convinced
k'andtStl:
retain. Western Galilee, which the
U.N. General Assembly allotted
to the Arabs, she would have to
make compensatory territorial
concessions elsewhere.
The Israelis rejected all sug-
gestions that they yield Western
Galilee or yield other territory in jof Israel as the 59th member as
exchange for it even before the a sign that the U.N. is not only
Israeli Labor Minister Reports to
Knesset On Unemployment; 5,000 Idle
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Labor Min-. and professional workers,
ister Golda Myerson, in a report Mrs. Myerson said that as a
this week to the Knesset on the result of government loans-
unemployment situation in the, totaling $1,800,000extended to
Jewish state, declared that there various localities in March for
,.,.. cnnn ,...,, :ji- i \g ithe construction of public works,
were 5,000 persons idle in May, appro^ataly 2,000 laborers were
of whom 75 per cent were un- given erripi0yment while 2,800
skilled workers. She emphasized | persons found publlc works iobs
during April and May. The Israeli
Evatt Cites Israeli
Admission To U.N.
FLUSHING MEADOWS, (JTA)
Palestine and Israel figured
conspicuously in the closing
speeches this week before the
United Nations General Assem-
bly by Assemply president Dr.
Herbert V. Evatt and Secretary-
General Trygve Lie.
Dr. Evatt cited the admission
" a from Geneva convinced
fitSited Nations Concilia-
proposition was formally put to
them by the commission. Israel
seeks some frontier rectification
which would give it the towns of
Tulkarem and Qalkilya in cen-
tral Palestine and thus bring the
The israei. >'"-- :f':pr.Bthened whole Mediterranean coastal
a stahn8d 4SSSTSS Plain under its rule.
t The Israeli delegates be-
K? the Arab threat to quit the
a bluff and they are
'^om^lsiion^rproposalsfor
eli i
^0i-conference at Gen
ge^conc^ionsonthe^fue
on were unacceptable
a dynamic peoples organization
but a "growing representative
body." Lie mentioned Palestine
as one of the "trouble spots" of
the world that the U.N. is fac-
ing. "In Palestine and the whole
Near East there are many wounds
to heal," Lie said. "The armistice
the new state's need for skilled
;;SSre^tocallit.Mean-
Sle. the three-nation Concilia-
tion Commission is making every
Sort to prevent the present dead-
lock from developing into a
breakdown. ,.
The Israeli delegation believes
that the first phase of the con-
ference is concluded. The delega-
tion is being reduced to about
half its original strength but, at
the same time, Col. Yigal Yadin,
Israeli chief of staff, is expected
here this week. The commission
hopes that Col. Yadin can be con-
vinced of the advantages to Israel
ol concluding peace with the
Arab states at this stage and not
ki the distant future.
The position taken by the
United States in relation to the
future frontiers of Israel was con-
ddered here this week a key fac-
to in the settlement of this dif-
tss&t question.
T Israeli delegation to the
coniemitt now in session here
wider the auspices of the U.N.
Conciliation Commission for Pal-
estine has been advised that the
American members of the three-
nation commission is bound by
the statement of President Tru-
Mediator Prepares Plan To Break
Israeli-Syriau Arinistiee Deadlock
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)Brig. Gen. William E. Riley, chief of
staff to Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, acting U.N. mediator for Palestine, ar-
rived here this week by air for consultations with Dr. Bunche on the
deadlocked Israeli-Syrian armistice negotiations.
Reliable United Nations sources stated that a new formula de-
signed to break the deadlock between Israel and Syria will be sub-
mitted to both sides within a week's time. The new plan has been
formulated by Bunche. It will be delivered to both governments by
Riley upon his return to Palestine. ______
Court Reverses Conviction Of Priest
Arrested For Anti-Semitic Speech
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The ( Rev. Terminiello, who was un-
United States Supreme Court this der suspension as a priest at the
week reversed the conviction of, time he made his speech but was
Rev. Arthur W. Terminiello, a iater reinstated in a parish, spoke
Catholic priest, who was charged
with breaching the peace by de-
livering an anti-Semitic speech
in Chicago three years ago. The
decision, based on the argument
that free speech must be main-
tained even when the speaker's
words stir people to anger and
unrest, was reached by a five to
four majority. _____
leach Zionist District Names Delegates
To ZOA Convention In New York
The entire range of Zionist
activities in the past year, the
events in relation to Israel and
the future program of the ZOA,
*ill be the subjects of discus-
lions and action at the 52nd an-
nual conventhn of the Zionist
Organization ol America which
gffl be held in New York today
trough Monday at the Hotel
Sutler in New York.
Delegates and alternates to the
convention from the Miami Beach
ZionL-t District, according to an
announcement by President Al-
fred Stone, are: Dr. David S.
An Edlin, Benjamin Appel, Rabbi
Jacob L. Andron, Samuel Freed:
man and Harry Sirkin. Rabbi
Lehrman, spiritual leader of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, will
preach the sermon at tomorrow
morning's services.
Prior to the formal opening
tomorrow night at Carnegie Hall,
registration of delegates will be-
gin this morning. At the same
time the last meeting of the out-
going national executive commit-
tee will be held, to be followed
this evening by a Sabbath cele-
bration devoted to youth.
of Nashville,
at a meeting sponsored by Gerald
L. K. Smith and the Christian
Veterans of America which at-
tracted a hostile crowd of at least
1,000 persons. Following his ar-
rest, Terminiello was convicted
and fined $100 by a Chicago
municipal judge. The conviction
was upheld in the Illinois Ap-
ZOA Autonomy
Issue Undecided
NEW YORK, (JTA)The ex-
tent to which Zionist bodies in
the United States will enjoy
autonomy and whether they must
subject themselves to decisions of
the Jewish Agency executive was
not formally disposed of by the
Zionist Actions Committee, as
there was no motion to this ef-
fect, it was reported here this
week by Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
chairman of the American sec-
tion of the Jewish Agency ex-
ecutive. Dr. Goldmann, who ad-
dressed a press conference, has
just returned from Jerusalem!
where he attended the ten-day
session of the Actions Committee.
This issue was the one over
which Drs. Abba Hillel Silver and
Emanuel Neumann resigned from
the executive. Dr. Goldman em-
phasized that while no formal de-
cision was taken by the Actions
Committee, the tendency of all
parties was to maintain the cen-
tral authority of the world ex-
ecutive with regard to vital prob-
lems concerning the whole of the
Zionist movement.
"The resignations," Dr. Gold-
mann said, "were accepted un-
animously and one of the vacant
places filled. The other was kept
vacant in order to allow the Zion-
ist Organization of America, after
its forthcoming convention this
month, to make proposals as to
Labor Minister predicted that
some 3,700 persons would be em-
ployed in public works in June
and July.
The government is now con-
structing 4,000 prefabricated
houses, Mrs. Myerson said, esti-
mating that 5,000 workers will
find employment in this project
Plans for the establishment of
1,200 auxiliary farm units have
been completed, she added. A
vote on her report was postponed
until the Knesset's next session,,
when Mrs. Myerson will make a
detailed report on the govern-
ment's plans for housing and re-
lated problems.
'"The6 ma^ftUyPopTneioS,0wriUen the filling of this seat at the next
by Associate Justice William O.' meeting of the Actions Commit-
Douglas for himself, and Justices tee.
Hugo L. Black, Frank Murphy,
Wiley B. Rutledge and Stanley
F. Reed, disputed the original
trial judge's definition of a breach
of the peace as including a speech
which "stirs the public to anger,
invites dispute, brings about a
condition of unrest, or creates a
disturbance." Justice Douglas in-
sisted that "a function of free
speech is to invite dispute. It
may indeed serve its high pur-
pose when it induces a condition
of unrest, creates dissatisfaction
with conditions as they are, or
even stirs people to anger.____
. v. Mortimer May
Rodman, Ben Zion Ginsburg, iTenn., ZOA vice president, will
^ex Van Straaten, S. A. Good- be chairman at tomorrow nights
Pn. Isidoie Goldberg, Abraham session which will be highlighted
by a memorial for the late Dr
Goodman and Stone. Others at-
PMing the convention from the
P*nct will be Rabbi Irving Lehr-
^n_Dr. Mori is Goodman, Harry
June 1 Deadline For
Bond Registration
f^Perty owners of Miami Beach
"11 have until June 1 to register
F Participation in a $1,481,000
nd issue election to be held in
conjunction with the citv's gen-
eral election on June 7. Absentee
r*"0,s. for freeholders who plan
w te out of Dace county on June
' are available.
The
proposed bond issue would
fjwide $650,000 for construction
of an
tern
expanded storm sewer sys-
ar.d $831,000 for improve-
ments and expansion of the city's
ttk;. '"Awansion oi me c
The u*y "^ting system.
^e bond issue questions will
Stephen S. Wise, a founder and
former president of the organiza-
tion. A eulogy will be delivered
by Rabbi Philip Bernstein of Ro-
chester. Delegates will be greeted
bv Mayor William O'Dwyer. ot
New York City, after the mee-
ing is opened by Jacques Toiezy-
ner, chairman of the convention
committee. Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann, ZOA president, will give
the principal address.
Two general sessions will oe
held at Manhattan Center The
afternoon session, which ui.
presided over by Dr. Neumann
will feature addresses by t^1 "-"
Cancer Benefit Sunday
The Miami Beach Soroptimists
will sponsor a benefit for the
Dade County Cancer Institute
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in
the Roney Plaza Gardens.
There will be speakers, enter-
tainment and refreshments, and
all merchandise and service have
been donated by business men
and entertainers of the area.
Donation is one dollar and pro-
ceeds will go to the cancer in-
stitute.
Mrs. Dobrin To Head
Mt. Sinai Auxiliary
Mrs. Max Dobrin, who served
as temporary chairman of the
Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
Hospital during the planning
period, was elected president of
the organization at a general
meeting yesterday.
Mrs. Dobrin, active in com-
munity work for many years, is
also a member of the board of
trustees of the hospital.
Upon taking the chair, Mrs.
Dobrin announced that she hoped
to set up 30 to 40 active commit-
tees by the fall when Mt. Sinai
will begin to function.
She then named the members
of the interior decorating com-
mittee which will work with the
hospital building committee. The
committee includes Mrs. Harry
Hacker and Mrs. Herbert
Schwarz. Members of the land-
scaping committee are Mrs. Shol-
em Asch, Mrs. Gordon Davis and
Mrs. Max Holtsberg. On the ed-
ucation committee are Mrs. Jan-
don Schwarz, chairman, Mrs.
David Walterman, Mrs. Bernard
Goodman, Mrs. Herman Wetman
and Miss Ethel Shapiro.
Mrs. Dobrin announced that
these committees will be enlarged
from time to time.
The new president is planning
to attend the medical convention
in Atlantic City, where there will
be sessions on women's auxili-
aries.
Workers Aim at Unsigned Cards
of" the" political 'situation on the
American and InternationalMM
in relation to Israel. At this ses
sion, Federal Judge Simon, R
Rifkind of New York will offer
jf -a stubs-a I wsaasitftSiS
?hLicla,m'd on the voting ma- tion his repoit on tn^ Qr_
* es, but balloting wlU g sep. grams of the World /-> q(
we and only f0r freeholders.
CUtV945' according to City
9* C. w Tomlinson, five of
Proposed bond issues have
lefeat at the polls.
feet
lanization, including a stucrv ^
the relationship of Zionism to the
world Jewish community as a
whole and to the government ana
people of Israel.
Campaigners are still working
relentlessly to come .nearer the
1949 Combined Jewish Appeal
quota of ?1 881,737 and $1,067,049
has been raised to date, accord-
ing to an announcement by Wil-
liam D. Singer, president.of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and chairman of the drive.
This figure represents 6,811
pledges.
Of this sum $191,290 has been
brought in by the hotel unit,
$520,352 by the trades unit $163.-
231 by the winter resident$8\r
438 by the women's unit, $57,268
bv the metropolitan unit, $5,156
bv the young adult unit $2,059
by &e youth and $49,255 ms-
^Spa^king the drive are the Forty
Niners who have been divided
into Beach and Town units, and
The new women's group wdl
Sign o. raise a minimum of
$4,900.
The Beach Forty Niners held
their first meeting last Thursday.
At that time Abraham Goodman
was named chief prospector.
Others who attended the meeting
were Joseph Gardner, Harry
Koretzky, Jack A. Ablin, Saul
Ashkenazy, Burnett Roth, Sey-
mour Rubin, Abe Halpenn Ar-
thur Perper, George Cohen, bam
Lachman, Joseph M. Rose, Sam
Prosterman, Jerry Hirsch and
Jacob Seidenburg.
The Town Forty Niners are led
bv Aaron Kanner.
A plan to re-solicit a great
many contributors whose gifts
were "inadequate in the face of
the grave emergency which con-
fronts us" was announced yester-
day by Leo Chaikin, chairman of
the liquor division of the appeal.
Chaikin said that a re-solicita-
tion committee was being formed
and will hold its first meeting
Monday, June 6, at 8:30 p.m. at
the Miami Y.
'in checking the representation
of the liquor division, I am deeply
disappointed in the poor showing
of our industry," Chaikin stated,
in the face of the grave emerg-
ency that confronts us as a result
of the campaign failure, it be-
comes necessary to re-solicit many
contributors whose 1949 gifts
were inadequate.
"I am convinced that these
people, many of whom contribut-
ed as little as ten dollars, will
make substantial contributions if
they can be made aware of the
extreme emergency of the situa-
tion.
In addition to soliciting new
pledges, the campaign workers
are now attempting to collect un-
paid pledges.
"With 1700 open accounts re-
presenting a total of $622,765 in
unpaid pledges to the appeal,"
Singer said, "we are making a
concerted effort to bring the
money in.
"This money must be collected
if Federation is to make good its
commitments to the United Jew-
ish Appeal and the 55 beneficiary
agencies" Singer continued. He
urged all contributors who have
not yet paid their pledges to do
so immediately and made an ap-
peal for volunteer collectors.
"At this time last year the
amount of money outstanding in
the campaign was $181,930, re-
presenting approximately 12 per
cent of the pledges," Singer re-
ported, "whereas this year ap-
proximately 61 per cent is still
uncollected."


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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, MAY 27,
1949
Mia mi an Wins
Fraternity Honor
Edward Klein of Miami and Ed
Stem of Plant City were named
best senior and best freshman re-
spectively by the University of
Florida Chapter of Pi Lambda
Phi fraternity. The presentation
of these awards was the highlight
of the fraternity's annual senior
banquet held recently at the
Campus Club in Gainesville. Keys
were awarded to each and and
their names will be engraved on
the fraternity plaques.
Klein, who received the award
on the basis of service to the
fraternity throughout his college
career, is a senior in law school
and will receive his degree this
summer. He has distinguished
himself on the campus of the uni-
versity in many fields. A member
of the Law Review, he has served
as president of Tau Kappa Alpha,
honorary debate society, was a
member of the varsity debate
squad and played in the uni-
versity band.
Stern, whose honor was given
for scholarship, extracurricular
activities and fraternity service,
is a member of Phi Eta Sigma,
freshman honorary, and the Flor-
ida Alligator, campus weekly
publication.
Farband Boat Ride
A moonlight boatride aboard
the yacht Seven Seas will be
sponsored by the Ben Gurion
Branch of Miami of the Farband
Sunday evening at 8:30. The boat
will leave from Pier 8, City Yacht
Basin, according to Dr. Harry H.
Queen, chairman of the organiza-
tion. Entertainment will be of-
fered.
Tickets are $1.25 and proceeds
will go to the Jewish National
Fund.
Bill Burbridge Tours Mt. Sinai Hospital
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Dean of the city council William (Bill) Burbridge, right, is
greeted by Mt. Sinai hospital board of trustees Max Orovitz, left,
and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. They escorted Burbridge on a tour
of inspection at the new hospital to study the progress of building
reconstruction. Mt. Sinai is located at the former Nautilus hotel,
43rd St. and the Bay.
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Progress in reconstruction of
the former Nautilus Hotel for the
new Mt. Sinai hosDital has
reached the half-way mark, it
was learned today.
Max Orovitz, president of the
hospital board of trustees, and
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, former
president and currently member
of the board, escorted William
(Bill) Burbridge, dean of the city
council, on a tour of the hospital
job yesterday.
Rehabilitation of the Nautilus
for use as a civilian hospital be-
gan Jan. 5 of this vear, the hos-
pital officials said. At that time
the city of Miami Beach trans-
ferred the property to the Mt.
Sinai organization. It is planned
to open Mt. Sinai on October 1.
Cost of the complete reconstruc-
tion and repairs i:; expected to
total S200.000.
The Nautilus property was ob-
tained by the city of Miami Beach
from the War Assets Administra-
tion last January. The Mt. Sinai
organization, a non-profit Florida
corporation, has the privilege of
buying the property after 20
years, it was learned.
When con.pleted the hospital
will house facilities for some 200
patients. Of this number there
will be beds and medical depart-
ments to care for 26 Negro
patients. Mt. Sinai will be oper-
ated on a non-sectarian and non-
racial basis.
Hospital officials explained that
rehabilitation work began with
clearing of debris accumulated
during many months that tht
Nautilus was unused after the
war. In World War II it served
as an army hospital.
Two hurricanes had left their
marks on the grounds. In addi-
tion the sea wall had crumbled
in places.
When opened in October the
new hospital will be stronger
than it was when originally built
26 years ago by Miami Beach
developer Carl Fisher.
In addition to all modern facili-
ties for medical and surgical care,
the new Mt. Sinai building will
boast four of the latest type fire
escape chutes. The new devices
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Mt. Sinai officials said that a
newer building will be added
later on Collins islands, to house
an additional 300 beds. At present
hospital personnel will be lodged
in houses now standing on Col-
lins island.
Lionel J. Silverman is execu-
tive secretary of the hospital.
Farband Branch To Meet
A cultural meeting of the Ben
Gurion Branch of the Farband
will be held at the Congregation
Beth El. 500 S.W. 17th Ave., on
Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be
guest speaker.
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"Kb on Women's Participation
m'%nmunal Service, of the
^m on of the growing im-
2nof local community
Pr'a"-S divisions as a force in
TP vcar found service activities
MScan Jewry. Mrs Leo M.
GrecnwaW of St. Louis heads the
CmTliS the theme of "total
mobilization for total community
Svice." the committee will In-
ase its P-ogram of aid to loca
women's divisions. Involved Will
L stimulation of greater service
Z the boards and year round
committees of federations, wel-
fare funds, and community toun-
k with women lending their
abilities and time to budgeting,
community planning, research
and in meeting other community
needs.
The committee will provide
active leadership and concrete
aid to communities by issuing
regular bulletins to spread the
benefits of successful local ex-
perience, guidance to individual
cities, and joint regional and na-
tional meetings, and surveys of
such women's programs.
Singer To Speak
William D. Singer, recently
elected president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, will be
guest speaker in an interview
with Hyman Sootin tomorrow
night on the Jewish Forum Hour
from 8 to 9 o'clock over station
WWPB. The subject to be dis-
cussed will be "What Message To
Use To Make the Federation a
Dvnamie Factor in Miami Jewish
Life."_________________________
W WM yn rna.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslcy
818 Michigan Arenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
fore the PTA of her school
other groups.
Candlelight Ceremony To Mark
Installation By llailass..I, June 5
A candlehghting ceremony will
mark the installation reception to
be given by the Miami Group of
Hadassah on Monday, June 6, at
LP,m/ in, thc Bist'ayne Room' of
the McAllister Hotel. Mrs. Murrv
Grossman, Southeastern regional
vice president for the state of
Florida, will be installing officer
and Mrs. Morris G. Drapkin wili
and
Dr. Peritz Scheinberg
Awarded Fellowship
A fellowship to continue re-
search in brain circulation at
[ Duke University has been award-
act as mistress of ceremonies. The c^ to Dr Peritz Scheinberg, son
benediction will be given by Mrs Mr- ancI Mrs. M. Scheinberg,
Harold B. Cohen"
Officers to be installed are:
Mrs. H. C. Moser, president; Mrs
Lionel J. Silverman. first vice
president: Mrs. David Sernaker
second vice president: Mrs. David
Hess^ third vice president; Mrs.
i V Weitzr>er. treasurer: Mrs.
Joseph Sugerman, financial sec-
retary; Mrs. Milton Weiner, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs.' Rae
Frome, recording secretary.
The Maryen Lorrain Dance
Studio will present a specially
trained troupe of child dancers.
Miss Lorrain has received ad-
vanced instruction in schools in
Chicago and New York, and her
students have appeared at many
theatres, benefits and social
events. Piano selections will be
offered by Frayda Buch, 10, who
started her music studv at the
age of six and a half' in New
York. Although Frayda has lived
in Miami less than a year, she
has already appeared in recitals
at the Miami Conservatory where
she is a pupil of Hans Barth, be-
400 S.W. 9th Ave.
For the past year Dr. Schein-
berg has served as associate pro-
fessor in the medical college at
Duke on a fellowship from the
American College of Physicians.
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>j*Ut Meridian
FRIDAY, MAY 27
EDITORIAL
Jewish Education
The American Association for Jewish Educa-
tion is currently celebrating a decade cf dis-
tinguished service to the cause of Jewish culture
in the United States. It was ten years ago, during
the Decoration Day week-end of 1939, that a group
of Jewish educators and community leaders as-
sembled in Atlantic City for the purpose of lifting
Jewish education out of the "Talmud Torah dol-
drums." They organized the American Associa-
tion for Jewish Education as a national agency
to coordinate Jewish education in communities
throughout the United States, to raise the standards
of both teacher and curriculum and to invest the
Jewish classroom with modern educational tech-
nigues.
The success of the American Association for
Jewish Education is revealed in the growth and
expansion of Jewish education over the past ten
years. No longer is the Jewish youth restricted to
a desultory one or two-year course that prepares
him for Bar Mitzvahand little else. The pro-
gressive parent has the opportunity to start his
child in a Jewish kindergarten and to con-
tinue his studies through all-day Jewish high
schools, even colleges. Enrollment has increased
more than ten-fold since the American Associa-
tion for Jewish education's program was instituted.
The American Association for Jewish Education
has neither a political nor ideological axe to
grind. To its everlasting credit is the fact that, in
many communities, it has succeeded in bringing
together, under a common unified program, the
schools of Reform, Orthodox and Conservative
congregations. Working through community
bureaus of Jewish education, which it helps es-
Miami Zionists To Mark Israeli Birthday,
U.N. Admission With All-Day Outing
In celebration of the first an-
niversary of the State of Israel
andits admission to the United
Nations, the Miami Zionist Dis-
trict will sponsor an all-day out-
ing Sunday from 2 p.m. until
midnight at the Qauterdeck Club,
which is anchored twelve miles
out in Biscayne Bay.
Water taxies will transport
guests from Pier 9 of the City
Docks to the club beginning at
2 p.m.
Swimming, fishing, a gala
water show, games and a full
course dinner are on the agenda.
A highlight of the Sunday affair
will be the opportunity to sign a '
page in the Book of Remem-
brance, which will be sent to |
Israel to be bound in permanent
volumes which will be kept in
Jerusalem.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon
and Jerome Weinkle are co-
chairmen of the event.
Tickets are five dollars and
may be purchased from board
members or by calling Mrs. Louis
Margolies at Beth David Syna-
gogue. The chairmen report that
tickets are going fast and urge
all desirous of attending to pur-
chase tickets as soon as possible.
Vicioutt Practice
The vicious practice of accusing an individual
of belonging to subversive hate groups in ord
to damage a person's reputation is not n n .
one. It is the line of least resistance and
usually
the blow below the belt that is thrown whe
there is an axe to grind. That accusation is now
being bandied about on Miami Beach as political
ammunition with the target a present Beach coun-
cilman seeking re-election.
The Klan cry is not a new onenor are we in
a position to make definite statements that the
gentleman is rightly or wrongly accused. How-i
ever, the incumbent has issued a statement flatly
denying any present or past affiliation with the
Klan. Having been a successful candidate in
several previous elections and serving an area
predominantly Jewish, it seems to us that this
charge would have been made an issue and
substantiated against the individual in question
much before the time he is seeking a fourth term.
The Jewish Floridian is not endorsing candidates
for the Beach council. We do not believe it is fair
or justified to level charges of this nature against
anyone unless the proofthus far not available
is conclusive.
BY HIS WORK YE SHALL KNOW HIM
tablish, the American Association for Jewish Ed-
ucation is succeeding in its long-range task of
raising the profession of Jewish teaching to a
status worthy of the name". It is responsible for
"livable" salaries, a tenure, pensions and other
stabilizing factors which help to attract good men
and women to the Jewish teaching profession. It
is the organization that has turned the "cheder"
into a bright classroom complete with the best
texts, an accredited curriculum, audio-visual aids
and an educational program that fosters greater
interest among Jewish communities in their own
schools.
Miami Y Women's Unit
To Sponsor Swim Dance
Mrs. Nathan Dubler, acting
chairman of the Women's Group
of the Miami YM & YWHA. has
announced that the organization
will sponsor a water show and
swim dance on Sunday evening,
June 26, at Bay Harbor Pool and
Cabana Club, 9660 Bay Harbor
Terr., Miami Beach.
Tentative Dlans call for a water
how, a swimming party and a
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Academy To Hold
Open School Week
The public will have another
opportunity to observe the He-
brew Academy in session when
the school holds Open School
Week beginning Monday, May 30.
Announcement was made by
Sol L. Sugarman. academy princ-
ipal, at a recent meeting of the
synagogue presidents and rabbis
of Greater Miami. "It is parti-
cularly fitting," he said, "that the
Open School Week should be
proclaimed immediately prior to
the Shavuoth festival .which sym-
bolizes the time when Israel re-
ceived its Torah at Mt. Sinai."
During the week the citizens of
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity will be permitted to ob-
serve the academy pupils at their
studies and to evaluate the com-
bined program of Hebrew and
secular education that the aca-
demy, the only institute of its
type in Southeastern United
States, offers.
Group
Hadassah
Induct Mrs. Kogan
Mrs. Alexander Kogan will be
Tn'Marcella Kaufman
Telephones 2-11412-8212
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Volume 22 Number 21
FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1949
IYAR 22, 5709
Beth David Religious
School Graduation Set
For Sunday morning
The graduation classes of Beth
David Religious school will re-
ceive their diplomas during the
closing exercises Sunday morning
at 10:30 o'clock. The graduates
will present a program in the
synagogue which will include a
Hebrew skit and a narration en-
titled, "Marchers in the Sun!"
Sunday School graduating stu-
dents are: Warren Greene, Edgar
Lewis, Herman Rosenthal, Jay
Rossin, Stanley Saal, Sherman
Schnitzer and Robert Shevin. The
Hebrew School graduates are: Ir-
win Cotzin, Jack Katzker, Stan-
ley Rose and Marshall Shapo.
The program will also include
the formal transfer of the flags
from the present standard bearer
and custodian to the newly ap-
pointed officers. Jerry Coburn,
standard bearer, Bruce Fox, as-
sistant standard bearer, Muriel
August, custodian and Zella War-
shaw, assistant custodian will
present the flags and the charge
to the newly appointed officers,
Henry Forer, standard bearer,
Jerry Coubrn, assistant, Zella
Warshaw, custodian and Carol
Washer, assistant.
Official closing of Sunday
School for the summer months
will be in form of a picnic to be
held at Greynolds Park Sunday
morning, June 5, with all students
of the religious school attending.
Becomes Mrs. Pollack
In a double ring ceremony on
April 30 Marcella Kaufman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
installed as president of Miami .A. Kaufman, 1334 Collins Ave..
Beach Group of Hadassah at a [became the bride of Dr. Irwin
luncheon Wednesday at 12:30 at1 Pollack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
the Martinique Hotel. Mrs. Kogan [Pollack, 6396 Collins Ave.
has served as president of the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shol-
om, vice president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress and co-
chairman of the Women's Divi-
sion of the 1949 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal. She serves on the
boards of the Jewish Home for
the Aged and the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home.
Mrs. Leon Kronish is chair-
man of the installation. Assisting
her are Mrs. Jack Udell and Mrs.
Carl Susskind who are in charge
of table arrangements.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will be
guest speaker.
Other officers to be installed
are: Mrs. Leonard Barr, Mrs.
Fred Jonas, Mrs. Irwin Mackov-
sky, Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, vice
presidents; Mrs. Carl Susskind,
recording secretary; Mrs. Herman
Popkin, Mrs. Philip Neuwirth,
corresponding secretaries; Mrs.
Harry Platoff, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. S. A. Goodman, treas-
urer; Mrs. Elsie Shackman, social
secretary.
As seating capacity is limited,
Mrs. Kronish suggests that mem-
bers make reservations as soon
as possible by calling Mrs. Leon
J. Ell at 5-6982 or Mrs. S. A.
Goodman at 6-5044.
ated at the ceremony which took
place in the garden of the home
of the bridegroom's parents.
Maid of honor was Esther Lea
Silverman, former classmate of
the bride's at Florida State Uni-
versity and flower girls were
Shiela and Phyllis Krauser,
cousins of the bride.
The bride attended Miami
Beach High and Florida State
University and before her marri-
age was a teacher here. Dr. Pol-
lack is a graduate of Miami Beach
High, University of Florida and
Harvard. He is a member of Phi
Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi and
Phi Beta Kappa. He received his
master's and Ph. D. degrees from
Harvard.
Anne Fleisher Plightsi
Troth To Dr. Lew
The engagement of Miss Anne
Fleisher, formerly of Roxbury,
Mass. and now of Miami Beach,
to Dr. David Sachs Levy, Chicago,
111., is announced by her brother,
Samuel Fleisher.
The wedding will be held June'
12 at the Georgian Hotel, Evans-
ton. 111.
After a honeymoon trip to
Acopolco, Mexico, the couple will
make their home in Chicago.
Southern Foods
To Distribute
Formost Products
Southern Food Distributors,
Inc., 1721 N.W. 7th Ave., an-
nounced this week that final ar-
rangements have been concluded
for their appointment as sole dis-
tributor in this area of Formost
Kosher Food Products, reputed
to be one of the leading kosher
delicatessen lines in the country.
The Formost plant is located in
Philadelphia, and according to Isi-
H-, dore Forman, company repre-
II .11 II liOQge IO sentative who flew to Miami to
feawonww llilli.l meet with the new distributors,
*< USS II11II I it js one Qf the most modem
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai plants in the industry. An ex-
B'nth, will present a Hillel Sym- pansion program is now under
poisum at their next meeting way. he announced, which will
Wednesday, June 8, at 8:15 p.m. add ten thousand feet of space
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen- for the curing and preparation of
ter patio, 17th St. and Washing- kosher smoked meats. Mr. For-
tori Ave- I man also stated that an intensive
The program, under the direc- advertising campaign will be con-
tion of the Hillel Advisory Coun-1 ducted in this area to acquaint
President Walter Kovner, will the public with the Formost
products.
The Philadelphia plant is under
strict Rabbinical/supervision and
is listed in the "Hapardes," or-
thodox national Hebrew maga-
zine. In this area both Kashruth
groups, the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth and Beth Jacob Vaad
Hakashruth, under the direction
of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff re-
spectively, have approved the
products.
The firm of Southern Food Dis-
tributors include Mortimer Tis-
Mannheimer Graduation j
Exercises Set For Sunday I
The Mannheimer High School!
will hold graduation exercises
Sunday evening at the school.
Councilman Harold Turk and
Dr. David Hendel will address the |
graduating class.
Leonard Greenberg of Miami i
Beach, who has been accepted at
the Wharton School of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, is vale-
dictorian.
Other members of the class
who live in Greater Miami are
Jerrold Bross, Beverly Falk, Jos-
eph Lucinian, Dolores Livorsi,
Elaine Bauer, Nathan Esformes,;
Judith Rosen, Matthew Cohen,1
Betsy Collegeman and Stuart I
Kaufman.
Mannheimer graduates will en-
ter Vanderbilt University, Emory
University, Dickinson College,
University of Wisconsin, Uni-
versity of Miami and University
of Florida in the fall.
feature Dr. Donald Michelson, di-
rector of the Hillel Foundation
at the University of Miami. Col-
lege students will be featured in
the program and B'nai B'rith
leaders will describe the work of
the Hillel Foundations on more
than 190 college campuses
throughout the United States,
Canada and Cuba.
The Miami Beach Women's
Chapter has been invited to at-
tend the program. This chapter
recently presented the Hillel
Foundation with a check for $3,-
i000 to be used in launching the chler and the well known Pearl
, Hilel Building Fund. Tentative BrothersHarry and Herman-
plans call for the construction of who have been in the kosher food
a new Hillel House on the Uni- line for more than twenty-five
versity of Miami campus. i years.
Courshon Rallies
Are Scheduled
Aaron Courshon's campaign for
Miami Beach city council was
sh.if.ed into high gear this we*
as supporters of Beach pioneer
and business leader staged a series
of four rallies all in key sections
of Miami Beach. ,,
Courshon received consideraoie
acclaim from Miami Beach resi-
dents, his friends stated for ms
program of sectional represents-
"By changing our city's charter
to provide for councilman to w
elected from different sections
the Beach rather than at large.
we can effect more equitable re-
presentation of our citizens ox
councilmen," declared Courshon.
Courshon's plan, includes w\
establishing of a full time otii
as councilman, at his own w
pense, in order to better sent
local residents. .
One of the features of tow
shon's campaign is a song wihw
especially for him by Duke uon
ardT composer of such numbe
as "Sam You Made the Pan's
Too Log." "The counc.l cam
paign song was wrWM bVf%,
ard to the tune of "Roll out u
Barrel" and is sung by audienc* |
at all Courshon rallies.
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BB Women To Honor
Mrs. S. Goldstrom
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women honored their
oldest member, Mrs. Sol Gold-
strom, at a recent luncheon at
the Sherry Frontenac Hotel, when
they presented her with an in-
scription of her name on a plaque
to be placed in the new Henry
Monsky Memorial Foundation to
be erected in Washington, D. C.
The B'nai B'rith Henry Monsky
Foundation will be a Shrine of
Jewish Contributions to Demo-
cracy.
Mrs. Goldstrom, who is known
as the "grand old lady of B'nai
B'rith." has been an active force
in the Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women since its inception
three years ago and had pre-
viously helped organize the
Sholem Lodge Women's Auxili-
ary in Miami. As a representative
of the Fifth District, she served
on the Supreme Council for sev-
eral years.
In B'nai B'rith work Mrs. Gold-
strom has walked hand in hand
with her husband, Sol Gold-
strom, who has been a member
for 57 years. Mr. Goldstrom was
recently honored by the men's
group.
lBraiideis Lodgo
To Hold Frolic
The Free Sons of Israel, Louis
D. Brandeis Lodge 199, and auxil-
iary will sponsor a May frolic
at Kitty Davis' Theatre Restaur-
ant, 1610 Alton Rd., Miami Beach,
on Sunday evening. May 29, at
7 p.m.
The Kitty Davis floor show
plus dancing may be had for a
donation of one dollar. Food and
drink are optional. Proceeds will
go to the Cerebral Palsy Associa-
tion.
Louis Rosenblum, president of
the lodge and Mrs. Sam Gordon,
president of the auxiliary, will
officiate at the affair. Jack Le-
vine and Mrs. Robert Jacobson
are in charge of arrangements.
Assisting Mrs. Jacobson are the
Mesdames L. Rome, D. Lemel-
man. E. Wasserman. M. Plotkin.
S. Jacobson, J. Levine, A. Hauer
and D. Zangwill. Publicity is being
handled by Mrs. Herman Edovitz.
Tickets may be obtained by
contacting either Harvey Her-
man 9-6078 or Mrs. Sam Gordon
at 48-0078.
Frink Details
10-Point Platform
Herbert A. Frink, Miami Beach
city councilman campaigning for
re-election, yesterday detailed his
progressive 10-point platform and
cited his experience as a council-
man in talks throughout the city.
Frink, a successful business man
who has an enviable record as a
city administrative official, has
served as a councilman for 10
consecutive years.
In 1945, when ne was elected
to a four year term, Frink re-
ceived the largest vote obtained
by any candidate. In recognition
of his huge vote and his out-
standing executive abilities. Frink
was elected mayor, serving in
that office with distinction for
two years.
Frink has earned the respect
and admiration of all groups for
his insistence upon tolerance and
fair play. He strongly endorsed
and fought for the successful
adoption of a Miami Beach ordin-
ance against hooded organizations
such as the Ku Klux Klan.
The candidate's platform, term-
ed by experienced political ob-
servers as "Tops," includes: 1.
Continuation of Miami Beach's
reputation for efficient govern-1
ment. 2. More off-street parking
facilities and additional storm
sewers for better drainage. 3. Con-
struction of a municipal swim-
ming pool. 4. Keeping Miami
Beach in front as a world resort.
5. Establishment of a municipal
night court. 6. Addition of an-
other company to the fire de-
partment. 7. Continued promotion
of summer tourist business from
both North and South America.
8. Additional hospital facilities.
9. Organization of an accident
prevention squad in the police
department. 10. Additional park
and playground facilities.
It is pointed out in Frink's long
U-M Law School
Begins Registration
Registrations for the University
of Miami Law School will begin
Monday and continue through
June 3 at the new Law Building.
Alhambra Circle and LeJeun.
Road, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Both dav and evening law sum-
mer sessions will start Monday,
June 6. ,
Reservations for housing in tni
dormitories at summer rates may
now be made for any of the sum-
mer sessions with William H.
Fisher, housing director, whose
office is on the main campus.
Fisher has announced that ac-
commodations are now available
for both married and single stu-
dents in the new dormitories.
Apartments for married students
have one bedroom, living-dining
room, kitchen and bath. Larger
apartments have two
bedrooms. All are
furnished.
First summer session will be
conducted from June 13 to July
27 with the second from July 28
to September 10. Teacher train-
ing session will extend from July
2 to August 13.
or three
completely
Miamian To Graduate
From Medical School
Bernard Halperin of 194 N.W.
24th St. will graduate in June
from the Chicago Medical School.
Melvin Levinson, also of Miami,
is an undergraduate at the in-
stitution.
Established in 1912, the school
has, under the leadership of Dr.
John J. Sheinin, dean of the
school, gained full approval by
the American Medical Associa-
tion and the Association of Amer-
ican Medical Schools.
Approximately 300 students
from many parts of the country
are now enrolled in the school
and 72 freshmen will be ad-
mitted in the fall. The faculty
record of municipal achievements inciudes 250 full time and part
that he has assiduously worked (jme members
for and contributed many pains- Admission to the school is based
Beach s solely on academic and character
South lft I ii si.'i I Is leaders
Mrs. George Sugarman was re-
cently installed as president of
South Beach Elementary Parent
Teachers Association with Mrs.
T. V. Oxtoby, director of Region
10, officiating at the ceremonies.
Others installed were Mrs.
Charles Cobb. Mrs. Harrv Pate.
vice presidents; Mrs. Phil Cohn-
stein, recording secretary; Miss
Sarah Kradish, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Albert M. Bleich,
treasurer.
The retiring board members
and room mothers entertained
the faculty at a luncheon Satur-
day at the Robert Richter Hotel.
The event served as a farewall
to Rinalden Saunders, who has
been principal of the school for
13 years, and a welcome to Miss
Malvina Weiss, new principal.
Mrs. Harry Feldman and Mrs.
Harry Waldman were hostesses
at a party for room mothers last
night.
record of being one of the most
efficiently operated cities in the
nation which has resulted in Mi-
ami Beach's having one of the
highest credit ratings in the coun-
try. The candidate has worked
vigorously for construction of a
convention auditorium, acquisi-
tion of a hospital and the estab-
lishment of off-street parking
areas.
Frink helped create a year-
around publicity department with
a Latin American division and a
convention department. He ac-
tively supported the S6.300.000
program of public improvements
which has seen the construction
of sidewalks, streets, sewers,
bridges and water mains on Mi-
ami Beach. He also rendered out-
standing leadership during the
crucial period which saw, first,
Miami Beach's resort industry
thrown almost overnight into the
war effort, and then, following
surrender of the enemy, recon-
verted to its original peacetime
purpose.
The candidate also successfully
aided such major recreational
projects as the development of
the Normandy Isle golf course,
construction of the Flamingo Park
football field, purchase of the
Bayshore golf course, the addi-
tions of the Polo Park and Nor-
mandy Isle Park playgrounds, re-
habilitation of Lummus Park, and
the development of Surfside Park.
Frink too, participated in the
municipal work in keeping down
taxation wherever possible.
merit without discrimination as
to race, religion, sex or natural
origin A similar policy exists for
the staff and board of trustees.
Kout Denounces
"Straw Polls"
Hylan "Hy" Kout, candidate for
Miami Beach city council, took
a poke at "straw polls" in a "Kout
for Council club" meeting this
week.
"This year of upheavals will
reach our area on June 7," he
declared. "Starting with the na-
tional elections, the Democratic
sweep in Illinois, the overthrow
of Boss Hague in Jersey City and
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.'s sur-
prise victory over Tammany Hall,
we have seen machine after ma-
chine go down.
"With the tremendous turnout
of voters expected in our own
city council elections, surprising
results can be anticipated. And
as far as straw polls are con-
cerned, need I point out more
than what happened to Dr. Gal-
lup and Elmo Roper?"
Isaac Levin Unit
To Seat Leaders
Plans are underway for an in-
stallation dinner-dance sponsored
by the Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai
B'rith on Thursday, June 9, at Sunday night at the Flagl^
1751 Bis-
500 Attend B.B. Dance
At Flagler Gardens
Over 500 attended the ri
i and vaudeville night sn^
i by Sholem Lodge of B'na
Harvie's Restaurant,
cayne Blvd. Donald Eanett will
be installed as (president and
Burton Young and Morton Perry
will be installed as first and
second vice presidents. Other of-
ficers to be installed are: Albert
J. Beer, treasurer; Martin L. Ros-
en, secretary; Richard Gerstein,
chaplain: Robert Newman, guard-
ian: Harold Lieber, warden; Isaac
Levin, Robert Levin and
Maurice Scrota, trustees.
Mr.
Highlights of the affair w*
novelty magic show which a
ured an exhibition of ?:fef
John Jahn and a hypnofil1*
EP5SSby ComiiS
was in charge of the[JfiS*
Yeshiva Expansion Is
Endorsed By Fla. Rabbis
The Florida Rabbinical Associa
tion in a recent session in W*
Palm Beach endorsed the exnsn
sion program of Yeshiva Unive*
ty, only institution of its kind
under Jewish auspices, accordin
to an announcement bv RihiS
Isaac H. Ever. Southeastern d
rector of the school. The program
includes the establishment of j
non-sectarian medical school
Local headquarters for the ex-
pansion fund drive is at 235 Lin.
hold utensils and furnishings, coin Road, Miami Beach. Leo Rob.
clothing, books and miscellaneous /inson is chairman of the Create-
items donated by members and Miami campaign and the local
friends. I goal has been set at 8100,000
Auxiliary Rummage Sale
The Mothers Auxiliary of the
American Veterans Committee is
sponsoring a rummage sale today
and tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. to
5 p.m. at a store at 63 N.E. 2nd
St., which has been donated by
John Basila. Proceeds will go to
the group's veterans hospital
fund.
Items to be sold include house-
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Teinpi^ Youth To
Sponsor Dance
" Candlelight Capers," a dance
and entertainment, will be spon-
sored by the Temple Isaiah Young
people's League at the Ritz Plaza
Hotel tomorrow at 8:30 p.m.
Featured on the evening's pro-
'm will be a contest to select
fhp -Strong Man," a men s bath-
ing beautv contest as a seque
tn the "MLss Ideal" contest staged
hv the voung men of the Young
People's League recently. A week-
pnd at the Ritz Plaza Hotel and
"ther valuable gifts will be pre-
sented to the winner.
Judges of the contest will be
Mrs Clara May Van Ness, Mrs.
Joseph Rosenthal, Dr. Seymour
Kreisler. Miss Helene Milbauer
(Miss Ideal), Mrs. Julius Perel-
mutter and Mrs. Ben Tupler.
Marion Cohen, coloratura so-
prano: Sv Lippman, amateur
hypnotist; and Jerry Kramer,
pantomimic, will be on the pro-
gram. Harold Shapiro will serve
as master of ceremonies.
Chairman of this affair is Miss
Evelyn Ell, co-chairman, Miss
Natalie Samuels, assisted by
Ernie Hewman, publicity; Gloria
Berrv and Sy Lippman, enter-
tainment. Hostesses include Bar-
bara Levlne and Dolores Shin-
delman. Richard Wynn is in
charge of photography.
Everglades Club Dance
Club Everglades of the Work-
men's Circle will sponsor a dance
tomorrow night at 9 o'clock at
the Arbeit Ring Lyceum, 1545
S.W. 3rd St. The affair will cli-
max the recent membership cam-
paign conducted by the organiza-
tion. Refreshments will be served
and prizea will be awarded.
Neil Weiss, the Workmen's
Circle field representative, has
been assisting in the drive, which
has brought in fifteen new mem-
bers.
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250 Attend 1 Am An American" Day
Ceremonies At Municipal Auditorium
PAGE SEVEN
Two hundred fifty Miamians
most of them newlv naturalzed
citizensattended the tenth an-
nual "I Am An American" day
observance at Bayfront Park
Auditorium Monday night.
The annual celebration, which
was conceived by Judge John W.
Holland in Miami and blossomed
into a national event, is spon-
sored by the Americanism Com-
mittee of the Harvey Seeds Post
of the American Legion, aided
and abbetted by other civic and
veterans groups. Among these or-
ganizations were the Legion
Auxiliary and the City of Miami
Recreation Division.
Music was provided by the
American Federation of Musicians
Orchestra, the Mahi Shrine Tem-
ple chanters and Indian Princess
Wah Nese Red Rock.
The Dade County Guard of
Honor advanced the colors and
the pledge of allegiance was re-
cited by the gathering, led by
Stanley Crossen. Eugene E. Cole,
chief examiner of the United
States Immigration and Natural-
ization Service, read President
Truman's proclamation.
Mayor Robert L. Floyd wel-
comed the new citizens and
Thomas J. Kelly, commander of
the Harvey Seeds Post, addressed
the meeting.
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan offered
the invocation and the Rev.
Everett S. Smith said a prayer
for world peace.
Dr. Russell A. Williams, chair-
man of the Legion Americanism
Committee was principal speaker.
ine ceremony concluded with
a silent prayer for former De-
tense Secretary James V. For-
restai.
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Many Kind Expressions of Sympathy Extended to
them in their Recent Bereavement.
Eleven Graduate At
Lear School Wednesday
Eleven students graduated from
the Lear School at outdoor com-
mencement exercises on the
school campus, 1010 West Ave.,
Miami Beach. Wednesday eve-
ning. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
was guest speaker.
High school graduates were
Steven L. Andur, Sally Blau-
shild, Joseph G. Ehrlich. Jr.,
Audrey Dillon Eisenberg, Iris
Kaufman, Marilyn Rockwitt, Bar-
bara Sacks, Carol Trinkoff,
Charles Simpson. Junior high
graduates were Erwin Morris and
Patricia Surprenant.
On Monday the class gave
a luncheon in honor of their
senior teachers, Mrs. Dorethy
Lear and Miss Charlotte Epstein,
at the Sherry Frontenac.
Gables Zionists
To Sign Book
Off Remembrance
Members of the Coral Gables
Zionist District will sign their
names in the Book of Remem-
brance at the organization's meet-
ing Sunday evening at 8:30 at the
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Coral Gables.
The signing of the book is a
testimonial of the group's de-
termination to continue to share
in the economic upbuilding of
Israel.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Con-
gregation Beth Jacob will be
guest speaker. His subject will be
"A New Land; A New Psycho-
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THIS SATURDAY SPEAKERS:
JUDGE JACK ROSEN. Member of the Law Firm of
Meyer. Weiss and Rosen and Former Associate Judge,
Municipal Court of Miami Beach.
HAROLD SHAPIRO. Prominent Attorney and Chairman
of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami.
JAMES H. RUBY. Prominent Attorney and Outstanding
Civic Leader.
MRS. GERTRUDE FABER. Past President South
Beach Elementary P.-T.A.. Pioneer Women of Miami
Beach.
MRS. ROSE WEISS, Outstanding Social and Civic Lead-
er and Pioneer Resident of Miami Beach.
HAROLD TURK
YOUR COUNCILMAN, ATTORNEY,
CIVIC AND FRATERNAL LEADER
Harold Turk has been a resident of Miami Beach
since 1937. Ten years ago he married Stella Wohl-
stadter and with their three children they now live at
1312 Royal Palm Ave.
ChairmanPublic Relations Committee Conference
5f Christiars and Jews, Legislative Chairman of State
Anti K.K.K. Committee.
Practicing Attorney since 1938. Member Miami
Beach and State Bar Associations.
Boards of DirectorsY. M. and W. H. A- Lighthouse
tor the Blind. Greater Miami Jewish Federation and
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Past PresidentUniversity of Miami Hillel Ad-
visory Council. B'nai B'rith, Metropolitan Council of
B'nai B'rith Lodges.
MemberElks Lodge. Chamber of Commerce. Zion-
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Sholom, Exchange Club and Civic League.
Harold Turk has served diligently, not only as your
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Barbara Kalish Wed
To Leonard Sehaefer
The marriage of Barbara Kalish
to Leonard Bruce Sehaefer was
solemnized April 10 in Temple
Beth Sholom by Rabbi Leon
Kronish.
Ttie bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Kalish, 1575
Mrs. Leonard Sehaefer
Michigan Ave., and the bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Sehaefer, 1220 West 21st
St., Miami Beach.
The bride wore a gown of white
organdy. Her fingertip illusion
veil extended from a white sutin
and orange blossom crown. She
carried a Bible adorned with a
white orchid and streamers of
sweet peas.
Mrs. Joan Levinson was matron
of honor and Richard E. Levinson
was best man.
A reception at the Shelborne
Hotel followed the ceremony. The
couple is living at 7800 Dickens
Ave., Miami Beach.
Joan Tillinger Wed
To Victor E. Hanan
Joan Shirlev Tillinger, daught-
er of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tillinger.
2034 S.W. 14th Terr., became the
bride of Victor Eli Hanan, son
of Mrs. Eli Hanan, Montgomery,
Ala., May 15 with Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman officiating.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a gown of
aqua marquisette with a yoke of
point de Venise, fitted bodice and
a ballerina length full skirt. Her
veil extended from a crown of
tulle. She wore lace mits and
carried orchids and stephanotis.
Mrs. Sol W. Katz of Jackson-
ville, matron of honor for her
niece, was attired in lilac lace.
She wore a picture hat and
carried a bouquet of pink carna-
tions.
Bernard Hanan served as his
brother's best man. Ushering were
Jerry Tillinger, brother of the
bride, and Mr. Katz.
A reception followed the cere-
mony.
The bride's mother chose aqua
crepe for the ocension and the
bridegroom'sjnothcr was in gray.
Both wore orcnid corsages.
Following a wedding trip to
New Orleans, the couple will live
in Birmingham.
The bride graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High and was affili-
ated with Tri Beta sorority. She
attended the University of Miami,
where she pledged Sigma Delta
Tau sorority and was a member
of the Triangle Club, big sister
honorary group.
Mr. Hanan was graduated from
the University of Alabama, where
he was elected to Phi Eta Sigma,
freshman honorary, and Alpha
Epsilon Delta honorary. He served
as president of Kappa Nu social
fraternity. He is now a special
Personally Speaking .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnhard of Miami Beach are motoring
to Charleston, S. C, to visit their son and daughter-in-law, the
Howard J. Barohards, who are both medical students at the
Medical College of South Carolina. Howard will graduate June
2 and will intern at the Charleston Navy Hospital. He was one
of 200 medical students throughout the country chosen by the
Navy to be commissioned lieutenant (jg) in the Medical Corps of
the Naval Reserve. Shortly after graduation, the senior Barn-
hards will leave for an extended tour of Mexico.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel of Miami Beach are vaca-
tioning in the Bronx, N. Y. Mrs. Appel is president of the Miami
Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged. The Appels
will be joined by their daughter, Mrs. Civie Pertnoy. and grand-
daughter. Lois Ivy, who will fly up for the wedding of Mr.
Appels niece, Bemice Appel.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Sandier, 1758 S.W. 23rd St., returned
Sunday from the president s club conference of the Metropolitan
Life Insurance Company held at Ponte Vedra, Fla. The trip was
a second honeymoon for the Sandlers who will celebrate their
21st wedding anniversary tonight at a family dinner with their
daughters, Charlotte, Myma and Carol.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam LeVine, who were recently married in
Columbus, Ohio, arrived in Miami Sunday and will make their
home here. Mrs. LeVine is the former Rita Solomon of this city.
The couple is temporarily residing at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Solomon, 1900 S.W. 17th Ten.
* *
A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rimer, 6320
Allison Road, Sunday afternoon from 3 to 6 will honor Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Pushkin on their golden wedding anniversary.
Relatives and friends of the Pushkins are invited to attend.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Horowitz of Staten Island, N. Y., an-
nounce the birth of a son, Alan Donald, bom April 20. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach.
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Cantor of Brooklyn, N. Y., who recent-
ly spent a vacation in Miami Beach, were entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, during
their stay.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rabenowich and daughter, 3025 S.W. 7th
St., left Tuesday morning for an extended stay in the North.
Their itinerary will include New York, Canada and Wisconsin.
After July 4th they will be at Park Falls, Wisconsin.
*
Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, circulation manager of The Jewish
Floridian, was called to Brookline, Mass., Sunday, on the death
of her father, Solomon I. Savitz. While in Brookline, Mrs. Gelbert
is staying at 1581 Beacon St.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Michnoff, 1982 Marseilles Drive, Miami
Beach, will fly to New York tomorrow for three weeks. While
there Dr. Michnoff expects to take a post qraduate course in
pyorrhea. The Michnoffs will return here on June 19.
* *
Mrs. Bertram Miller, 5493 Bay Road, Miami Beach, was
hostess at a luncheon Wednesday at the Kinqston Hotel in
honor of A. Ernest Woolfe. Thirty-five club women attended.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Goldblatt of Long Beach, Cal., an-
nounce the birth of a daughter, Bemice Celia, Saturday. Grand
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goldblatt, 3114 N.W. 22nd Ave
* *
Mrs. N. S. Jacobson of Miami Beach is now recuperating
at the home of her brother. M. J. Roth, Allison Road, Miami
Beach, after an operation at St. Francis Hospital
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kaplan spent last weekend in St.
Petersburg making arrangements for their son to enter Admiral
ranagut Academy in the fall.
agent with the Prudential Insur-
ance Co.
Out-of-town guests included
Mrs. Clara Surtz, Mrs. May Hal-
perin. Mrs. Frank Buchsbaum,
Savannah, Ga.; Mrs. Matilda
Franco. Atlanta; Mrs. Eli Cra-
pouya, Montgomery; Mrs. Rudy
Moss, Harold Katz, Jacksonville.
Mrs. Kronish To Entertain
Mrs. Leon Kronish, wife of the
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom, will be hostess to the
new officers and board members
of the Sisterhood today. The
board will begin its meeting at
10:30 and will be entertained at
luncheon by Mrs. Kronish.
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Keyser, 1455 S.W. i8th
The bride-elect j. ,
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fiance son of Mr. j
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935 S.W. 11th Ave at
tended City College of
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Parents of the bride-
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ception Sur.d;,v, Mav 29
from 2 to 5 p.m. in hoW
of tthe engaged couple
at the Coral Gables
Woman s Club,, 1009 East
Ponce de Leon Blvd
Wedding will take
place early in September
Today Myron
Tooloy Myron
Barnett Jacobskmd
Barnett Jacobskind To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind
1765 S.W. 16th Terr., announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son Bar-
nett, to be held tomorrow morn-
ing at 9 o'clock at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation
1101 S.W. 12th Avo
Barnett has received the great-
er part of his formal religious
training from Rabbi Simon April
and has been a student at the
Miami Hebrew School since it
opened in 1946. He i= a student
at Shenandoah Junior High
School and a member of Bov
Scout Troop No. 85.
Sharing in the celebration with
his parents, who have been Mi-
ami residents for the past 25
years, are his two sisters, Tobie
and Lorraine; his maternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rappaport; and his paternal
grandfather, Loub Jacobskind, all
of Miami.
Relatives and friends are in-
vited to attend the services and
the reception immediately follow-
ing at the synagogue.
Nuptials Set For Sunday
Miss Joan Beverly Bloom and
David Julius Dubof will be joined
in marriage at the Beth Jacob
synagogue, Sunday afternoon,
May 29, by Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. A reception will be held
in the Beth Jacob banquet hall
following the formal wedding
ceremony.
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FRIDAY, MAY 27
Auxiliary Head
Names Assistants
The closing meeting for the
winter season of the board of di-
rectors of Miami Beach Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged was held recently at
the home of Mrs. Alexander
Kogan. 3722 Royal Palm Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, with Mrs. Benjamin
Florida ADL Director Reveals New
KKK Group In State; Activity In Miami
The appearance of a new Ku
Klux Klar. organization on the
Florida scene was recently re-
vealed bv Gilbert J. Balkin. state
director of the Anti-Defamation
Appel. newly elected president of League of tne B nai B nth.
the auxiliary, presiding.
Committees for the ensuing terra
have bfen announce I by Mrs. Appel
v th Mrs Sol yi cbair-
mai Mi > B< nj min S Mrs.
Ren Jan Appel
i -..... Mr So -:'.v
and Mrs. H L3ai lit'
! ; ppresentat I ve> Mrs
SSher* y.
Also to ---\- .: M V.i\ ;reer.-
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Samuel Rili \ Brmnd,
Frank : ct: |< i
Chavez. Deutch. M in*
Sapl Ssi
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The new group has been suc-
cessful in securing an amend-
ment to a bill aimed at hooded
activit.es which takes the teeth
out of the bill. Balkin iaid. and
provides the organization "with
an unfortunate measure of re-
spect."
Bill Hendrix. Florida agent for
the klan. appeared before the
senate committee and argued for
permission to wear hoods at klan
ritual burials
"Tr.e amendment has the net
effect of granting respectability
the klan and recognizing it as
a legitimate organization." Balkin
Balkin made public the history
Shafkin Offers Advice
To Fellow Candidates
L tuil Shafkin. Lincoln Road.
ler who is a candidate for
Miami Beach city council, had
a quiet and obviously sincere
answer for the woman who asked
he was spending his
wa money on the councilmanic
of the organization which has
been branded as subversive by
Attorney General Tom Clark. The
id applied to Secretary of
State R. A. Gray on March 29.
1949. for a charter "to operate as
a fraternal and patriotic secret
order to be known as the Ku
Klux Klan."
Hendrix was appointed state
agent and headquarters were set
up at 1602': Monroe St.. Talla-
hassee.
The real nature of the group.
Balkin stated, however, is re-
vealed by the original charter
which was granted in Columbus.
Ga.. last June. In this the para-
mount purpose of the group is
listed as pecuniary gain and
profit to the shareholders."
The Florida unit of the organ-
ization actually started operation
with a mimeographed newspaper,
the first issue of which is dated
April 15.
Balkin announced that the klan
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"I am running for the city
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Shafkin also had a word of ad-
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all worked together as hard
r election as we are r.ow
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A revised city charter to modernize Miami Beich'i
government.
A new Enabling Act permitting changes in roting
procedure for public improvements.
A city-wide promotional program for the benefil of
all business enterprises.
Improvement of streetslightingparkingand sew-
ers to keep pace with.our growth.
Adequate police protection by increasing the ?o\ict
staff and force.
Co-ordination of council operation wilh prit
citizens and private industry.
Readjustment of county taxes so that Miami Beech
will get full benefits from its tax monies.
Beach LibrariesParksPublic Swimming Pools-for
Broadcasting of all council meetings.
9.Development of year-round economy for greater
prosperity of the entire community.
10. Establishment of a full-time office, as a councilman.
with regular office hours, to be available at all hmet
"I shall devote 100 percent of my time and energy to tne
fulfillment of this program for a Greater Miami Beecn.
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Talianoff Named
To ADL Council
rcoree J. Talianoff, former
Florida regional director of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
Jrith has been named to the
National Council of the Joint De-
l e Appeal, Charles W. Morns,
Louisville, JDA council chair-
man has announced.
The JDA is the fund-raising
i nf the American Jewish
rZmi tee and the Anti-Defama-
^Tcafiue of B'nai BTith-the
S oldest and largest Jewish
enc>es devoted to fostering
democratic principles, combatting
hieotry and promoting intergroup
hrmonv in the United States.
JDA is a beneficiary of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
ls a member of the JDA Na-
tional Council, Talianoff will join
with more than 700 communal
trade and industrial figures from
all sections of the country who
have enrolled as representatives
of their communities to advance
the twin tasks of interpreting the
work of the JDA agencies and
in securing the funds with which
to carry on the program of ex-
tending human rights.
Others from Miami who are
already serving on the JDA Na-
tional Council include: Leonard
Abess, Abraham Aronovitz,
Maurice Gusman, Burnett Roth
and Harold Turk. Mr. Abess is
also a member of the Council's
executive committee.
Hadassah Group
Installs Leaders
The Deborah Group of Hadas-
sah held its installation luncheon
for its newly-elected officers and
board of directors Wednesday at
the Versailles Hotel.
Mrs. William H. Levy, chair-
man, served as toastmistress. She
was assisted by Mrs. Herbert Gut-
man, co-chairman, and the Mes-
dames Bernard Fuller, Edward
Chase, Louis Sales, Lewis Gor-
fine, Alex Strauss, Daniel Richter,
Paul Enfield, Joseph Postol, Mar-
vin Silver and Jerry Granger.
Mrs. Leo Levin, retiring presi-
tart, was presented with a silver
platter in "appreciation of her
Mites and inspiration to the
group," Presentation was made by
Mrs. Louis Gidney, newly-elected
president.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of
the Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah, was installing officer.
Mrs. Ben Feldman sang a
group of semi-classical numbers
accompanied by Mrs. Hortense
Arvan ut the piano.
^J^islthridliair
PAGE ELEVEN
Powell Plays llolo
In Sinai Progress
The role played by Councilman
D. Lee Powell of Miami Beach
in helping obtain the Mt. Sinai
Hospital was stressed this week
by leading citizens.
Replying to inquiries of the
press concerning Powell's work
in connection with the enteipnse
Max Orovitz, president of Mt'
Sinai, stated that Mr. Powell is
one of a group of Miami Beach
citizens who were of great assist-
ance.
Testifying before the War As-
sets Administration in Washing-
ton Powell's knowledge of the
needs of Miami Beach helped to
persuade the federal government
to turn the Nautilus property
over to the city of Miami Beach
for hospital purposes, Orovitz
added. Lee Powell introduced the
resolution in the city council au-
thorizing the operation of the
hospital by Mt. Sinai, which will
minister to all residents of Great-
er Miami. It will be non sectarian,
both as to staff and patients. In
addition to private rooms it will
have charity wards and facilities
for low income patients, 200 beds
in all. Its medical and surgical
facilities will be complete, with
the most modern equipment avail-
able.
Lee Powell's efforts to help get
Mt. Sinai for the people of Miami
Beach is in line with similar ac-
complishments in the past, it is
pointed out. He is largely respons-
ible for the preservation of the
Bay Shore golf course as a re-
creational area for residents and
visitors to Miami Beach. When
private owners planned to fill it
with apartments and hotels he
persuaded them to give an option
to the city, then spearheaded the
campaign to have the city buy it.
He has brought $275,000 into
the city treasury to" date, with
thousands of dollars more to come
every year, by persuading the
Miami Beach Railway Company
to pay a gross receipts tax for
E. Lee Powell
hurricanes.
Raised and educated in Brook-
lyn, Lee Powell has lived in Mi-
ami for 26 years, during which he
has been a civic and business
leader.
Powell's platform includes the
following planks:
Early completion of auditorium;'
additional attractions for summer!
visitors; a more efficient police
department; increased personnel j
and additional equipment for fire
department; an expanded pub-
licity program; modernization of
city-wide street lighting; replac-
ing inadequate bridges with view
to eliminating bottlenecks; more
off-street parking areas; addition-
al storm sewers for better drain-
age; expansion of park and re-
creational facilities for adults and
young alike; better enforcement
of zoning for greater protection
of property values; promotion and
encouragement of cultural ac-
tivities; early solution to increas-
ing traffic problems; widening
and resurfacing streets and high-
. ways: continuation of the pro-
the privilege of operating busses gressive and sound government
over city streets. that has earned for Miami Beach
Throughout his career Lee tne enviable reputation of being
Powell has been one of the lead-
ers in the fight to outlaw the
Ku Klux Klan in Florida. He is
a member of the three-man com-
mittee of the Miami Round Table
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews which
drafted Bill No. 666, now before
the Florida legislature, which
will make it a crime to hold a
hooded meeting of the Ku Klux
Klan.
Powell has fought telephone in-
creases, and has led the battle
to force the Florida Power and
Light Company to put their wires
underground. When this work is
completed it will put an end to
power and light stoppages during
one of the most efficiently oper-
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Roberta Weiner, 13 Year Old Soprano,
To Appear In Concert At Miami Y
The Miami YM & YWHA will
present thirteen-year-old Roberta
Weiner, soprano, in a concert
Sunday evening. June 5. at 8 p.m.
at the Miami Y Building.
An eighth grade student at the
Shenandoah Junior High School.
Roberta moved to Miami with
her parents in 1946, from Pitts-
burgh, Pa.
She lost no time in winning a
name for herself in the musical
field. Winner of prizes in 1946
and 1947 on the "Crusader Kids"
program. Roberta has been guest
star on Eve Tcllegen's program
has appeared on the "Talented
Youth" program and is currently
singing for the "Foremost Ameri-
can Youth" program.
The young soprano won su-
perior ratings from the National
Federation of Music Clubs in
1947 and was selected to repre-
sent Miami at a convention of
Florida Music Teachers at the
McAllister Hotel.
Highly acclaimed wher. she ap-
peared at the Bayfront Park con-
certs with Caesar La Monica's
band. Roberta was personally in-
troduced to a large and enthusi-
astic audience bv Mayor Robert
L. Floyd.
Roberta, who will sing in
Italian. Yiddish, German. Spanish,
as well as English, will be ac-
companied on the piano by her
teacher, Miss Louise Sparren-
berger. Her selections will range
from classical to musical comedy.
An added attraction will be a
series of dances by Rosemarv
Hutton.
Roberta Weiner
Xorth Shore I nil
Install* Leaders
Mrs. Mark Silverstein was in-
stalled as president of the North
Shore Women's Chapter of B'nai
B'rith in ceremonies Wednesday
evening at the Saxony Hotel. In-
stalling officer and guest speaker
of the evening was Paul Seider-
man, former vice president of the
New York Metropolitan Council
of B'nai B'rith. Seiderman is a
Zukernirk Will
Oppose Sales Tax
Harry Zukernick candidate for
the Miami Beach city council will
vigorously oppose a municipal
general sales tax, gross receipts
tax, or a sales tax on commodities
Of any specific business, he said
Tuesday. "We have federal and
state taxes on tobacco, cosmetics
and other merchandise." Zuker-
nick said, "and we should not add
to the tax burdens of the people
of Miami Beach."
Zukernick believes Dade coun-
ty school authorities should es-
tablish an adequate football
stadium for Miami Beach High
school. "Miami Beach, paying ap-
proximately 30 per cent of the
taxes in Dade county, is the only
Florida city of comparable pop-
ulation that does not have an
adequate football stadium," Zuk-
ernick said.
Zukernick today pledged strict
observance of the city ordinance
prohibiting political signs on
vacant lots.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph
Shagun of Westport, Conn, and
Miami Beach, were hosts Thurs-
day night at a dinner honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Zukernick. More
than 100 guests attended.
Al'ln.' I
Mrs. Mark Silverstein
former assistant district attorney
in Kings County.
Other officers installed include
vice president, Mrs. Malcolm
First. Mrs. David Shiftman, Mrs.
Selma Leban: recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Melvin J. Richard;
councilor, Mrs. Stanley Phillips:
historian. Mrs. Ben Seidler; senti-
nel, Mrs. Sidney Stolman; trus-
tees. Mrs. Sam Solloway and Mrs.
Clarence Samuel. Mrs. Silver-
stein succeeds Mrs. Stanley
Phillips, the first chater president
of the North Shore organization.
Beach Man Rescues
Youth From Drowning
Robert Levy. 35-year-old presi-
dent of the Elkay Distributing
Co., who lives at 11 Belle Isle,
Miami Beach, was credited with
saving the life of a youth who
fell into Biscavne Bay while fish-
ing from a Venetian Causeway
bridge.
Seeing the plight of Stanley
Bauman, 16, who was caught in
a strong current which was
sweeping him past the home of
Charlie Farrell, Levy, who was
a party guest at the Farrell home,
jumped into the water fully
clothed and swam 30 yards to the
boy's rescue.
Beth El PTA To
Sponsor Danee
A tropical square dance will be
I held in the Beth El patio on Sun-
day at 8:30 p.m. under the aus-
pices of the Beth El Parents
Teachers Association.
Penford Akins and his Tropical
Sunshine Playboys will provide
the hillbilly music, with featured
entertainment by various artists
of his group.
The Beth El Sisterhood is aid-
ing in this function by providing
the refreshments, and the pro-
ceeds of the dance are earmarked
the completion of the Beth El
playground.
Milton Sachs will officiate as
master of ceremonies. Prizes will
be awarded and games played.
The dance committee consists
of Mrs. S. Polin, chairman, Mrs.
I. Knall, Mrs. M. Grauer. Mrs.
Mahler, Mrs. L. Rose, Mrs. S.
Kravitz, Mrs. Y. Sternstein, Mrs.
R. Schwartz, Mrs. W. Miller and
Mrs. R. Cohen.
Ticket-- are available at $1
each, and may be obtained by
calling Mrs. Polin at 3-0269.
BB Young Women to Meet
Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter,
BBYW, will hold a meeting Mon-
day at 8 p.m. in the games room
of the Sorrento Hotel.
Members of the Debbs Chapter
and Zwitman Chapter, BBYW,
have been invited to attend the
meeting. Miss Elaine Schwartz
will preside. Reports will be
heard on the group's participation
in the District No. 5 convention of
B'nai B'rith Young Adults sched-
uled for mid-June.
Miami Y Boxing Bouts
A program of mid-monthly box-
ing bouts has been begun at the
Miami YMHA with the first series
Thursday evening, May 19 Ad-
mission is free.
Roth Scores Cut
In Police Force
Taking up the cudgels in de-
fense of the homo folks. Burnett
Roth, candidate for Miami Beach
City council, this week scored the
reduction of the police force in
the summer.
"There was a time." he -aid,
"when we had so few year-round
residents that a reduced police
force could care for them. How-
ever, now we have a permanent
population of 46,000 and they are
entitled to protection of them-
selves and their property by the
city in which they live.
"There are stretches miles and
miles lorg where there is no
police patrol at all. even in patrol
cars. Miami Beach is not doing
its duty to its residents by leav-
ing them unprotected."
A 60-moratorium on apartment
house evictions and rental in-
creases is planned by Burnett
Roth if his car.didacv is success-
ful.
Roth said his first act in office
would be to ask that the mora-
torium to be set up and a com-
mittee of landlords and tenants
be appointed by the city to study
the housing problem on the
Beach. Rent decontrol has driven
hundreds of people from the
Beach, said Roth.
Bar Mitzvah Class To
Conduct Service Tonight
The Bar Mitzvah Class of 1949
(5709) will conduct services at
Temple Beth Sholom tonight at
8:15. according to an announce-
ment by Rabbi Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader. Rabbi Kronish.
in his sermon, will address the
B'nei Mitzvah.
The boys who will take part in
the service are Donald Appleby,
Dalton Becker, Kenneth Becker-
man, Richard Brickman, Samuel
Ciralsky, Arthur Cohen. Robert
Dorson. William Gordon, Charles |
Gratz. Robert Lachman. Bernard !
Meinhardt, Gerald Moss, Stephen '
Perell, Arthur Ross, Martin
Shapiro. Herbert Straus and Mark
Tanenbaum.
Woolfc Presents
A. Ernest (Ernie) Woolfe, left,
is shown presenting his prize 12
point antlers with 5 foot spread to
Exalted Ruler Morris Warner at
the Miami Beach Elks' Club last
week.
Thirty years ago Woolfe, then
a fur trader, was traveling with
dog team and sled from Fort
Chippewyan to a lonely outpost
in Northwest Canada. Caught in
a snowstorm Woolfe and his dog
Antlers To I Iks
team ran short of food. On i
portage near Deep Lake Woolfe
spotted a huge elk silhouetted
against the horizon. One lucky
shot from his 303 Savage carbine
and Woolfe and his team had
food for the remainder of the
journey.
Woolfe has saved these antlers
ever since at his father's home
in Alberta, Canada, but sent for
them recently, because, as he
stated, he wants the Miami Beach
Elks Club to have this memento
of his close association and warm
friendship for all its members.
What is the life of a candidate
for the Miami Beach city council?
Monday, Woolfe, maintains, was
one of his easy days. Here is what
he did: 10 a.m. attended workers'
rally at his headquarters. 1370
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
12 noon, candidates' luncheon at
Raleigh Hotel. 4 p.m., cocktail
party of the "Lawyers for Ernie
Woolfe" Club at' Alan Gale's
Celebrity Club. 8 p.m., meeting of
Apartment House Owners Asso-
ciation. 8:30 p.m., Realty Board
meeting. 9 p.m., meeting of Zion-
ist board of directors. 9:45 p.m,
meeting of Junior Chamber of
Commerce of Miami Beach. 1*
midnight, home to bed to rest up
for another day.
Uk, p. ... Annotated Photographers
miss Dorothy Rader (second from right) is congratulated upon
her election as president of the Emma La.arus Business and Pro-
fessional B nai B'rith Women by Mrs. Beverly Becker (left), first
vice president of District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith Women.
Also Pictured are E. Albert Pallot. president of the B'nai B'rith
S?n- ?uref nr Mifmi^ who Presided as master of ceremonies,
and Miss Ethel Pont (right), retiring president of the group.
Masada House Party
The Miami Masada will sponsor
a house party tomorrow night at
8 o'clock at the home of Jerry
Simms, 2110 S.W. 16th St. Games.
entertainment, refreshments ana
dancing will be on the agenda.
Contribution is 50 cents ana
will go toward Masada projects.
Center $SHf Z?KJHLHl craft, da..., of the Miami Beach && clockwi," SJSSd th. *?*Sch?lsw" held l.s, week. Prepariny item, for the displayr*J
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rmnAV. MAY 27, 1949
-JenisMlaridrkir
PAGE THIRTEEN
CALLING All Blood Donors!
The Blood Bank of Dade County needs regular "donors" to insure the safety of our com-
munity ... 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 of 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 trans-
fused 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 insti-
tution, 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 pro-
gram, 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.
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FRIDAY, MAY 27,
"Between You and Me3
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
U.N. ECHOES:
The talk you hear now about
Israel among diplomats in the
lobby of United Nations head-
quarters is quite different from
what was heard prior to Israel's
admission to the U.N. There
is, for instance, talk of the possi-
bility that the Israeli delegation
at the U.N. may soon include an
Arab citizen of the Jewish state
. And there is much talk about
Bernard Baruch's intention to
visit Israel this summer Also,
a lot is being heard about a wish
expressed by Vice President Al-
ben W. Barkley to go to Israel
"in his later years" .The Vice
President hopes "to sit in the
shade" of a forest planted in his
name by the Jewish National
Fund Aubrey Eban's pop-
ularity in the ranks of the United
Nations now exceeds that of any
of the older U.N. delegates .
The Arab delegations at the U.N.
are anticipating a change of lead-
ership in their ranks Emir
Adil Arslan, a leading Syrian na-
tionalist, is expected to leave
Syria shortly for Lake Success
... He will take the place of
Faris el-Kheury, present head of
the Syrian delegation, who was
the leading "brain trqster" of all
Arab groups at the U.N.
BETWEEN COVERS:
American Jewry will this sum-
mer observe the 100th annivers-
ary of the birth of Emma Lazarus,
the poetess whose lines are im-
mortalized on the pedestal of the
Statue of Liberty Her "Give
me your tired, your poor, your
huddled masses yearning to
breathe free" is still a motto of
which America is proud, although
immigration today is not as free as
during the years when the Jewish
poetess wrote these moving lines
... To commemorate the anni-
versary, Schecken Books has
published a new volume"The
World of Emma Lazarus"in
which the author, H. E. Jacob,
brings out verv interesting de-
tails of her life This first
full-length biography of the
1 American Jewish poetess is based
on serious research Coming
from a family of Sephardic des-
cent, she was, as a young girl,
greatly under the influence of
Ralph Waldo Emerson ... If
was this famous author who
guided and advised young Emma,
after her first book of poems ap-
peared She was then only 10
years old and her intellectual in-
terests were diverse Later she
became impressed with the Jew-
ish immigrants who fled the po-
groms in Czarist Russia to the
United States and began to take
up the cause of her people .
"The World of Emma Lazarus"
is not only a timely book, be-
cause of the anniversary, but also
an interesting book since it
throws light on hitherto unknown
facts about the poetess' life and
her premature death.
Temple Sisterhood
Seats Officers
Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness was
installed as president of the Tem-
ple Isaiah Sisterhood last week
at the Belmar Hotel. Miami
Beach. Rabbi David Raab, spirit-
ual leader of the congregation,
.-orved as installing officer.
Others installed were: Mrs.
Rose Brodsky. first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Betty Silvers, second
vice president: Mrs Anne Berry,
third vice president: Mrs. Shirley
Keyes, fourth vice president; Mrs.
Beryl Schonfeld. recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Helen Hohauser, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Hannah
Lencer. social secretary; Mrs.
Millie Schreiber, treasurer; Mrs.
Hattie Spiegel, chaplain; Mrs.
Frieda Rosenthal, trustee; Mrs.
Sara Shulman. auditor.
Harold Shapiro, past president
of the Temple, served as master
of ceremonies. Julius Jay Perl-
mutter. president of the congrega-
tion, greeted the new officers.
Mrs. Lencer was chairman of the
affair.
Ruth Salzburg offered vocal se-
lections, accompanied by Betty
Halam at the piano, and Maurice
the Magician gave a sleight-of-
hand exhibition.
Refreshments were served.
F. ISh.-iii Favors
Low-Cost Housing
Fritz Rhan, who has lived in
Miami Beach for 15 years, and
a former employe of the police
department, has qualified as a
candidate for Miami Beach city
council. He is a member of Ocean
Bay Lodge No. 180 of the Masons,
Lodge No. 1601 B.P.O.E., and is
a member of the Methodist
church. Rhan's main plank is the
advocation of low-cost housing
for those who make their living
on the Beach.
l>brow School
Plans Picnic
The second annual picnic of
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will be held Sun-
day. June 12, at the shelter in
Matheson Hammock. Transporta-
tion for the picnic grounds will
leave from the school building at
1101 S.W. 12th Ave. at 10 a.m.
The last car will depart promptly
at 10:30 a.m. All members are
urged to bring cars so that the
maximum number may be ac-
commodated.
Leo Sheiner is over-all chair-
man of the affair. He will be as-
sisted by William Weintraub,
transportation; Dave Kleber, re-
freshments; Sam Kostoff, games;
Louis Sorosky, adult activities.
Boy Scouts of Troop No. 85 will
assist with activities and games.
Sheiner has announced that the
fathers are diligently practicing
baseball in order to vindicate
themselves for the stinging de-
feat they received in a game with
their sons last year.
Flaglcr-Granada
I'nit Plans Dance
Plans for a dance to be held
at the Coral Gables Woman's
Club on June 18 were completed
at a meeting of the membership
and women's activities commit-
tee held Monday night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Feldman. 4910 S.W| 6th St.
A reception committee for the
dance consisting of Mrs. Ralph
Lang, Mrs. George Balber, Mrs.
James Segal, Ben Clein and Joe
Masters was appointed.
Plans were also discussed for
a moonlight boatride scheduled
for July 10. Mrs. Charles Adel-
man and Mrs. Hy Coverman were
named chairmen of the event.
Committees are now working
on plans for a program of activi-
ties for the summer months, in-
cluding the formation of a choral
group under the direction of Mrs.
Paul Drazer.
Truly Nolen yesterday was
elected and installed as presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Optim-
ists club at the regular noon
luncheon meteting of the group
at Chinatown Charlies's. Nolen
succeeds Earl J. Mason in the
office. The election was necessi-
tated by Mason's resignation
from the post because he is
leaving the area. Mr. Nolen is
president of Economy Extermi-
nators, which specializes in
termite control.
Iliscavnc Derby
Set For May ,11
It's gettirg near getaway night
at the Biscayne dog track and the
main topic of discussion from
now on will be. "What about the
Derby?" Well, the most that can
be said at present is that derby
eliminations, two of them, will
be run tomorrow night.
The first four to finish in each
of these eliminations will com-
prise the Derby field and go to
the post closing night May 31. On
this same night two other big
features will be run off, the
Derby Consolation and a special
Marathon Course event at 2,585
feet, just 55 feet short of a half-
mile.
When Biscayne closes it will
have added another illustrious
chapter to its record. One of the
main factors in this has been the
performances of Beach Comber
who started his racing career at
Biscayne during the spring of
1947. Since that time he has
amassed a string of victories far
in excess of that of any other
greyhound. He has traveled the
country from coast to coast with
several of those victories accom-
plished at Tia Juana, Mexico.
Beach Comber and his litter
brother No Refund are booked
for the Denver, Colorado, meet-
ing which has its inauguration
this summer but in all probabili-
ty will be back at Biscayne again
when the 1949-1950 season opens
at the north>ide oval.
Auxiliary Games Party
A games party for the veterans
at Pratt General Hospital was
sponsored last night by the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Norman
Bruce Brown Post of the Jewish
War Veterans.
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ft Miamians Will
[Attend BB Conclave
+Jewistncriciirin
PAGE FIFTEEN
Pnrtv-nine men and women
Irnting B'nai B'rith Lodges
s Chapters in Great-
ly women's Chapters in urwv
1" Miami will leave tomorrow
Jer inTat 9 o'clock for Savan-
."Tfia to attend the annual
Jistrict Grand Lodge No. 5 Con-
r^ewomen's delegation will be
I. 2i bv Mrs. Beverly Becker,
lrect vice president of the Wom-
KSSrfct Grand Lodge. The
fewmj presidents will also at-
Ifffirs Scvmour Satin, Miami
ln,h I odce 'Mrs. William Hech-
|SeraCCol Gables Chapter; past
ISsiden Mrs. Stanley Phillips,
Ch Shore Chapter; Miss Doro-
Ifhv Rader. Emma Lazarus B. &
|p Mrs. Sam Silver, past presi-
Ij-'. Qtati? Federation and Miss
IS lPont. president of the Flor-
ida Federation of Women s Chap-
iters.
E. Albert Pallot, president
In'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami and Charles R. Jacobson,
ouncil executive director will
Ihead the men's delegation. Louis
iHeiman and Isaac Levin, past
I District Grand Lodge presidents
I will attend. David R. Isen, pres-
ident of Miami Beach Lodge; John
I Kronenfeld, president of Sholem
I Lodge: Jerome R. Adelman, presi-
dent of Coral Gables Lodge, will
ho to the meet. Martin Rosen
Iwill represent Isaac Levin Lodge.
|or Norman Russ, Sam Weinfeld
and Jack Lawson will represent
North Shore Lodge and Myron
Isusman. Alvin Budner and How-
lard Levine will be delegates from
[Tropical Loci Re.
Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Flor-
ida Regional Office, Anti-De-
fairation League of B'nai B'rith,
[will also attend the conclave.
Balkin will participate in ADL
panel presentations before both
the Men's District Convention and
I the Women's District Conven-
I tion, which are being held simul-
| taneously in Savannah.
Theme of the Men's District
ADL panel will be: "Community
and Legal Action for Better
Human Relations." The Women's
Convention ADL panel will cen-
ter around the role of the B'nai
[B'rith Women's Chapters in ad-
vising the ADL program for
', fitting bigotry and advanc-
ing tarocratic group relations.
Pennsylvania Club To
Hold Dance Tomorrow
The Pennsylvania Club, com-
posed of University of Pennsyl-
vania alumni living in the Great-
er Miami area, will hold a dinner
dance tomorrow evening at 7
o'clock at the Coral Gables Coun-
try Club, according to Aaron
Smith, club treasurer.
Highlights of the evening will
be motion pictures of the school's
1948 football games and athletic
relays, as well as presentation of
architectural sketches of the
wwly proposed West Philadel-
phia campus of the university.
Strictly Confidential
Israel now has a Jewish pop-
ulation of about 800,000 and an
AcrnAn5opulation of approximately
150,000 The density of pop-
ulation in Israel today is 58 per
square kilometer Without the
Negev it would be 157 per square
kilometer ... It is estimated that
three and a half to five billion
dollars will be required to create
employment for the new immi-
grants Israel is no longer a
predominantly agricultural coun-
try .. The ratio between agri-
culture and industry is growing
daily in favor of industry ... Of
the fifteen million dunam of land
in the State of Israel, only some
12% is in Jewish hands, and the
rest is mainly Arab property
If the population is to maintain
a decent standard of living a new
and bigger project utilizing the
minerals in the Dead Sea to a
fuller extent than heretofore must
Beach Center To
Hold Picnic
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter Religious Schools will hold
their annual picnic Sunday at
Crandon Park. Students and par-
ents will leave by chartered buses
and private cars from the school
building at 1415 Euclid Ave. at
10 a.m.
The program of the day will
include games, a song festival,
campfire, and talent show, di-
rected by Mrs. Lillian Fox.
dramatics teacher at the Center.
Athletic activities will be under
the director of Jerry Carver, ath-
letics director of the Miami Beach
Y.
Luncheon will be served by the
Sisterhood of the Jewish Center
under the supervision of Mrs. Ar-
thur Klein, president, Mrs. Harry
Rogers and Mrs. Sigmund Scher-
mer.
be set up israe,.s econ
ls going through a very severe
strain it will ,ake time and
heioic effort to normalize condi-
gn8 u- V Prlvate '"vestments
will have to play a big role in
the straightening out of Israel's
economy During its existence
as a state, Israel has already im-
ported $11,000,000 in materials
from the United States and ex-
ported $2,000,000 of cargoes to the
2j**g? .Morc tnan haif of the
^9,000 immigrants who arrived in
Israel during December 1948 were
brought over by Israeli ships .
The Israeli Government is con-
sidering plans to establish an au-
tomobile assembly plant in Jeru-
salem Serge Koussevitsky, re-
tiring conductor of the Boston
Symphony Orchestra, has donat-
ed part of his personal library
of orchestral scores to the He-
brew University.
Sorority Honors New | Phi Sigma Sigma
Actives at Spring Formal Holds Skit Nit
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority
honored its newly-inducted ac-
tives at its annual spring formal
recently at the Saxony hotel.
The new actives include: Elaine
Snyder, Elaine Meyers, Margie
Epstein, Sybil Unger, Tamara
Kaplan, Elaine Honigfeld and Rel-
la Cohen.
Following dinner, the girls and
their guests danced the first dance
of the evening to the music of
Mark Marks and his orchestra.
Carole Tannen, past president,
and Rozanne Galumbeck, newly-
installed president, made present-
ation of awards for. the 1948-49
year.
Chosen outstanding non-office-
holding active of the year, Toby j
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority pre-
sented their third annual Pot-
pourri Varsity Show Saturday
night, April 23, at the Bayfront
Auditorium.
Proceeds from the show, spon-
sored by Phi Sigma Sigma in co-
operation of all campus organ-
izations, went to the National
Children's Cardiac Home.
The judges, Jack Bell, Dr. D.
R. Larson, Mrs. Doris Reno, Mrs.
Eve Tellegan and Murray Weing-
er awarded first place honors to
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and
Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity and
gave honorable mention to Pi
Lambda Phi and Alpha Epsilon
Pi fraternities.
This year the finalists selected
IIOV Chapter To
Seat Officers
At the installation held Sun-
day, May 22, in the Beth El Cen-
ter, Mrs. Rose Pertes was induct-
ed as the president of DOV Chap-
ter of Mizrachi Women's Organ-
ization of America. Other chapter
officials installed were: Mrs.
Samuel Wilchyk, first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Martha Sacks, second
vice president; Mrs. Anna Bear,
third vice president; Mrs. Sam
Geltner, recording secretary; Mrs.
Clara Bretholtz, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Max S. Newberg-
er, financial secretary; Mrs. Bes-
sie Rosenberg, treasurer.
A meeting will be held Wed-
nesday at 1 p.m. in the Beth El
Center, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., at
which time the new officers will
officiate.
U-M Night Classes To Be
Held During Summer
Evening classes at the Uni- j
versity of Miami, under the di-
rection of the Division of Adult
Education, will start the first
summer session on June 15, con-
tinuing through July 27. The
second summer session is sched-
uled for Aug. 1 to Sept. 8.
Courses offered will include ac-
counting, botany, business law,
commercial art, economics, engi-
neering drawing, English, geo-
graphy, history, human relations,
industrial training, journalism,
management, marketing, mathe-
matics, mechanical engineering,
music, psychology, radio, Rus-
sian, sociology, Spanish, speech
and zoology.
Registration for the courses
will be at the office of the Di-
vision of Adult Education, ad-
ministration, main campus, on
June 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m., and June 13 and 14 from
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and 7 p.m.
to 9:30 p.m. Full information on
available courses may be obtained
at the office, or by addressing
the dean of the Division of Adult
Education, Dr. William P. Dis-
mukes.
1....!; .-.,.;.. i u fj r\ V i ins year me imansis seieciea
K25*?J1C5KS SiJKSK to compete for the two cups
ph Stramer Memorial trophy for IS?f Eds! on Pi h^riuh 7^
chol.nrt.ip to Renee Leibovitz. R5&JBl^lEd
Tau Epsilon Phi.
e
scnoiarsnip
Helen May and Dolly Levick
were cited for meritorious service
to the group during the year.
Also honored at the affair were
new officers, including: Joy Mor-
ris, vice president; Dolly Levick,
corresponding secretary; Shirley
Gerstein, recording secretary;
Irma Schwartz, treasurer; Toby
Leonard, pledge mother; Betty
Berman, good and welfare chair-
man.
Graduating seniors, Carole
Tannen, Nori Stramer, Selma I
Richman, and Bernice Lyons, re-'
ceived gifts from the sorority at
a Mother's Day luncheon held
recently at the Delano hotel. Also
feted at the luncheon were Ma-
rian Ginsberg, Dolly Levick and
Ruth Margaretten, who recently
became engaged.
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ELECT
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KAPLAN
TO CITY COUNCIL
Common Sense and
Hard Work in City
Government"
PULL LEVER NO. M
ON JUNE /
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Jewish Musical Hour To
Aid JNF Tree Drive
The Jewish Musical Hour, un-
der the direction of Jacob
Schachter, heard over station
WTTT on Sunday morning at 10
o'clock, and on Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday of each week at
1 p.m., will inaugurate its week's
drive for the "Plant a Tree in
Israel" Division of the Jewish
National Fund, Monday with an
interview by Norman R. Lyons,
program news commentator, with
Harold Shapiro, local chairman
of the JNF. Listeners are re-
quested to telephone tree pur-
chases during the program time,
and acknowledgments will be
made by Lyons and Schachter on
the air.
Magician To Appear On
Luncheon Club Program
"Fun With Magic" will be the
theme of a talk and demonstra-
tion by the Amazing Maurice at
the luncheon club meeting of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, to-
day at 12:15 p.m. in the Down-
towner Restaurant. President
John Kronenfeld will issue final
instructions to the 11 delegates
representing the lodge at the Dis-
trict Convention in Savannah
May 28-31. Luncheon club chair-
man, William L. Pallot, will pre-
side.
Temple Sisterhood To
Sponsor Card Party
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael will sponsor a card party-
Monday, June 6, at 2 p.m. at Kap-
lan Hall for the benefit of the
"House of Living Judaism," a
project of the National Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods.
All members are asked to brirg
their HLJ banks with at least
five dollars in them. A prize will
be presented to the largest con-
tributor.
For reservations call Mrs. Nat
Williams at 5-0116 or Mrs. Max-
well Hyman at 5-1988.
Arthur HHaiitz
Sunday School Party
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff an-
nounces the close of this year's
Sunday School sessions at Con-
gregation Beth Jacob with a party-
given for the students Sunday
morning.
A special program has been
prepared for the occasion by
faculty member, Mrs. M. Wegman.
Refreshments will be served.
HE MERITS YOUR SUPPORT
ELECT
MIKE FAUST
Resident of Miami Beach
33 years
Low cost housing
Create Health & Sanitation
Departments
Police & Fire Sub-stations
Lighting & Sewer Systems
Improvements
More Beaches & Play-
ground
Increase Civil pensions
Elected representatives
from each precinct
Yearly parking it.ckers to
create go-?4 w*V
Preference for !o wk -s
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Tickets to the Miami Zionist District's outing, celebrating
THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY
of the STATE of ISRAEL
which will be held at the
Quarterdeck Yacht Club
Sunday, May 19th, from 2 p. m. to midnight, can be
purchased at Pier 9, City Dodos, Sunday starting at 1 p. m.
Price of tickets is $5.00 which includes round trip boat ride,
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FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION CALL
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+Jewlsi> fhrtfiar
FRIDAY. MAY 27,
m
It& V II adassah to
Seat Miss Klein
Rosalyn Klein will be inducted
as president of the Miami Chap-
ter of the Business and Profes-
sional Women's Division of Ha-
Rosalyn Klein
dassah at a dinner to be held at
Betty's Restaurant. Biscayne
Blvd., on June 8 at 7 p.m.
Mrs. H. C. Moser will serve as
installing officer and Mrs. Muny
Grossman will offer the invoca-
tion. Principal speaker will be
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. The benedic-
tion will be delivered by Mrs.
David Sernaker, the group's
senior advisor.
Other officers to be installed
are: Fanny Levitt, first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Shirley Kimmel,
second vice president; Goldie
Sanders, treasurer; Mrs. Peter
Brod, corresponding secretary;
Ruth Schwartz, recording secre-
tary.
In charge of reservations for
the affair are Ruth Steinberg,
2-6839; Mrs. Peter Brod, 3-4042;
Fannv Levitt, 83-2061.
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Sponsored by a group of
prominent Miami Beach women,
the first of a series of breakfasts,
honoring Councilman Harold
Turk in his campaign for re-
election June 7, will be held at
10:30 a. m. today at the Delano
hotel, 1685 Collins Ave.
This and succeeding breakfasts,
dates and places of which will be
announced later, will be under
the auspices of Mesdames Harry
Faber, Seymour Satin, Charles
Goldberg, David Harris, Alex-
ander Li bow, H. Van Ness, Lou
Haffner, George Sugarman, Har-
ry Pato, Matthew Silverstein,
Harry Kraff, Ella Silverstein,
Jack Felt, Rose Weiss, Morris
Goldin, Moe Field, Bertha
Yagoda. Ellard Kahn, Lawrence
Goldberg, Ray Hoffman and
others.
Featuring a special program of
entertainment, a big rally has
been scheduled for 8:15 p.m. Sat-
urday at Flamingo Park.
Jack Rosen, former associate
municipal judge, will act as mas-
ter of ceremonies and introduce
the speakers and various enter-
tainment acts. Refreshments will
be served and the public is in-
vited.
Among the other speakers who
will appear on the program to
indorse Turk's candidacy, wHl be
Harold Shapiro, attorney and
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami,
and James H. Ruby, attorney and
civic leader.
Two informal receptions, honor-
ing Councilman Harold Turk,
will be held Sunday afternoon
and evening at the homes of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Weitzman, from 3
to 6 p.m.. at 5355 La Gorce Drive,
and Mrs. Bess Nelson, at 8 p.m.,. at
5950 La Gorce Drive.
These are two of several re-
ceptions at private homes which
have been scheduled between now
and election day honoring Coun-
cilman Turk.
Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear,
1010 West Ave.. will hold an
open house reception and fashion
show, honoring Turk at 8 p.m.,
Tuesday, May 31.
The fashion show, for men and
women, will be presented by the
Lincoln Road designer, Margaret
Newman. It will be directed by
Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, who
also will act as commentator.
This will be an advance show-
ing of Margaret Newman's famous
original designs of sports apparel,
modelled by: Mesdames Charles
Goldberg, Lou Stoff. Bert Stern,
Al Bernard, Irwin Green. Sidney
Barr, Ben Dorson, Paul Seider-
man, John Owen, Carl Goldberg,
Ben Wolf, Harry Mufson, and
Norman Moran.
Mrs. George Sugarman will be
chairman of hostesses, with Mrs.
Harry Pato, Mrs. Sam Wiesen and
others assisting.
Mrs. Louis Glasser (fourth from left) was installed as president of the
Dade County last week at the
the affair are: (1. to r.) Mrs
-Mwri, Broi
Women's Organizations of Dade County last week at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Pict !!i
the affair are: (1. to r.) Mrs. William Farr. registrar: Mrs. SyWia Chartkof. corresponding Zh "
Mrs. Charles Enterline. installing officer; Mrs. Glaser; Mrs. Abraham Goodman, second vie*
dent; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, recording secretary; Mrs. Harry Kaufman, calendar secretary; v' Pd**
jamin T. Sherry, treasurer. Mrs. Monte Selig. first vie*; president, was not present at the tim *
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The reasonable cost will more
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Available for consultation
during morning hours.
Lebs To Attend Son's
Graduation In St. Louis
Mr. and Mrs. I. Leb, 1024 Penn-
sylvania Ave., Miami Beach, are
leaving on May
30 for St. Louis,
Mo., to attend thi
graduation o fj
their son, Sam,
who is gradual
ing on June
from the Uni
versity of St
Louis as docto:
of medicine. H>
will interne at
the St. Mary's
Group of Hos-
pitals in St. Louis
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Teigmans To Be Hosts At Garden Party June 5
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman, treatment. As the
1410 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach,
will give a garden party at their
home Sunday, June 5, at 3 p.m.
in gratitude for the recovery of
their daughter, Adel Maxine, who
has just returned from Johns
Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md.,
after undergoing four months
.WUlt Of thi};
hw regained her
treatment Adel
health.
In recognition of this blessng,
Mr. and Mrs. Teigman will make
a contribution to the National
Children's Cardiac Home. Tk
gift, they hope, will serve as a
means of helping other children
regain their health.
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at special ceremonies marking
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Candidate Denies
Klaii Membership
"It is regrettable," Beach Coun-
cilman Herbert A. Frink stated,
'that certain elements are at-
tempting to blacken my character
in the present city councilmanic
campaign. 1 am not now, nor have
I ever been a member of the Ku
Klux Klan. Moreover, I strongly
supported and made the original
motion to adopt a city ordinance
which outlaws hooded organiza-
tions such as the Ku Klux Klan."
Frink's statement was prompted
by an attack made at a political
rally Wednesday evening by Mike
Faust, also a candidate, in which
he called Frink an ex-member
of the Klan.
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
San Francisco: Past And Present
In California 1848, a field hand,
Jim Marshall by name, rushed
to tell his employer that there
was plenty of gold on his farm.
The news got out, and a mad
scramble began for John Sutter's
Mill People streamed in from
the eastern half of the U.S., from
Latin America, from Europe, from
China.
Jewish Forty Niners
In the great gold rush that
followed, Jews also came with
the other "49ers." From New Or-
leans, Boston, Charleston, New
York, Savannah, Philadelphia.
Richmond, they trekked across
the continent in covered wagons,
braving the dangers of Indians,
of cholera, of desperadoes, of
floods, of deserts, of shortages in
food and water. Some got passage
on the Pacific Mail Line and
sailed from New York all the
Way south through the equator,
around the tip of Argentina
called Cape Horn, then up the
west coast Others took a boat to
Panama and walked four days
across the mountainous Isthmus.
(There was no canal in those
days) They felt fortunate if able
to board any kind of overcrowded
vessel bound for San Francisco.
Hardy Jewish adventurers elso
came from England, France, Hol-
land, Germany, Russia, and even
from distant Australia.
Yom Kippur in the Gold Rush
When Yom Kippur came
around, word spread from mouth
to ear that services would be held
in a room above a store near
Market Street. Lonely, isolated
worshipers, unknown to each
other swapped stories, discussed
mutual problems, and told of the
distress among fellow Jews, who
sickened by the long voyage,
often landed without a penny in
turbulent, boisterous, lawless San
Francisco. Every one saw the
practical advantage of religious
organization. But at the first serv-
ice on the west coast, the cleav-
age between Germans and East
Europeans was definitely marked.
Instead of a single congregation,
\wo groups immediately planned
synagogues according to the re-
spective German and Polish Min-
ing. They also determined on
separate benevolent societies,
such as dispensed charities in ali
cities of the Atlantic seaboard.
The Rising Community
The community flourished. By
1855, the two synagogues were
well e.-tablished. Besides the two
benevolent societies, there also
runetioneoT a literary dlub: a
B'nai B'rith Lodge; a religious
school, -the Hepzibah;" a period-
ical, The Gleaner;" a group for
visiting the sick and attending
funerals, "the Humane Society;"
and a cemetery organization, "the
Home of Peace." The reputation
of this community spread
throughout the land. The found-
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M. N.satir. Program Director
er of Reform Judaism in Amer-
ica, the eminent Isaac M. Wise
contemplated giving up his pul-
pit in Albany, N. Y. and applying
for the position of Rabbi at the
Emanuel Temple of San Fran-
cisco.
Its Personalities
The vigorous energy in this
community is best reflected in the
various careers of its sturdy pio-
neers. The hardy adventurers at-
tained success not only as traders
but also in the political, judicial,
financial, and industrial fields. In
1853, Solomon Heydenfeldt of
Charleston, S. C. was already
chief justice of the California
Supreme Court. Henry Seligman,
an early leader in the Emanuel
Synagogue, laid the foundation
of his banking business, which
later assumed a high place among
the financial institutions of New
York. Isaac Cordoza and Elkan
Heydenfeldt were members of the
State Legislature four years after
California was admitted into the
Union. Here, Lazard Bros, started
their bank, which they later ex-
panded to New York, London,
and Paris. Henry A. Lyons served
as a Justice of the Supreme Court.
Adolph Sutro, an engineer, after
much opposition from powerful
banking interests, finally com-
pleted the Sutro Tunnel, an
original daring project for venti-
lating mines, and carrying off the
excess waters by the gravity flow
of 2000 feet elevation, resulting in
a vast saving of cost in hoisting
ore. He subsequently became
mayor of San Francisco and left
to the public the Sutro Baths,
fountains, statues, an aquarium,
and a fine park on Sutro Heights.
Benjamin F. Peixotto was the
first Consul General to Roumania.
The Union Trust Company and
the Wells Fargo chain of banks
are largely owned and controlled
by the descendents of pioneers,
who, instead of prospecting for
nuggets in the American River,
created gold in the infant in-
dustries they started in the new
frontier state.
The contemporary Scene
The century mark of this com-
munity is now reached. Its color-
n, m ury,ls bein8 written by
Dr. Michael M. Zarchin, a pro-
^'''-.^^.City College of San
S nnn'T W,^ a P0Pulation of
XhoV1 tS l^ay one of lh* im-
portant Jewish centers in the
u.a. Yet bearing in mind the
energetic, adventurous spirit that
obtained among the founders, one
cannot shake off a feeling of dis-
appointment in viewing the pres-
ent community. Not that any or-
ganization in contemporary Jew-
ish life is omitted. In fact' it fol-
lows a little too faithfully the
conventional pattern. In an old
Kemilah. as American cities go,
one would expect to find some
local color, something individual-
istic something traditional, even
at the price of a touch of the
quaint or provincial. All the in-
stitutions are managed by the
plausibly smug and dapper pro-
fessional beaurocrats, who are re-
ducing the American Jewish com-
munity, that is now come of age,
to a dead level of stifling
mediocrity.
Zionism
The best evidence of jelling in
the organized Jewish life of this
famous city can be found in the
passivity of Zionism. Of course,
this does not mean that there are
no ardent and devoted indivi-
duals, who are doing excellent
work in the Zionist District or
the Hadassah Chapter. Yet here
this explosive movement has not
been vigorous or energetic. In a
city where anti-Semitism is at a
minimum and where Jews rank
high on the economic and social
ladder, it is disconcerting to hear
that after World War II, there
were no vigorous expressions for
a Jewish State in the press,
public mass meetings, no giant
demonstrations, no marching, no
picketing. On the eve of the pro-
clamation of Medinas Israel, Zion-
ism here lacked the audacity that
gave it tone and character else-
where.
American Council for Judaism
A diagnosis may, perhaps, trace
this lassitude to the influential
position occupied by the Ameri-
can Council of Judaism, Inc. Out
of a national membership of 14,-
000. San Francisco holds the
dubious distinction of claiming
1500 simpletons. (So I was told.
I did not check the books.) Iron-
ically enough, these scions of the
adventurous 49ers lost all sense
of pioneer daring when they
failed to recognize the heroism
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no of the chaluzim in the Yshub of
Palestine. Some even refused to
make their annual contribution
to the 1948 Welfare Campaign
lest a part of their donation reach
the gallant Haganah fighters. But
after this low in Jewish philan-
thropy comes the sign of a change.
Irving Reichert had for 18 years
been Rabbi of Temple Emanuel,
perhaps the finest example of
synagogue architecture in the
world. The refusal to reelect this
mouther of Council of Judaism
swill may indicate that San
Francisco is finally ashamed to
hear the disgusting drivel that
99% of American Jews, includ-
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Supreme Court, were disloyal to
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FRIDAY, MAY 27,
V Levine Opens
Accounting Office
Saul S. Levine announce? the
opening of offices for the practice
of accounting at 311 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach.
Levine. who was formerly a
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:" Miami Beach High School. He
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A
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Sunday.
of
by
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Toay is Pla"n^
I odge. B'nai B'nth,
June 19, President John
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,h ,..l,r- gn-d, dishing to engage In
,!, the fictitious name of
pTv|,n:i:n.T HOTEL at 2009 Collins
SiSto regl lei said name with the
Circuit Court of Dade
"'"" HERBERT H. ROBINS
II) MAN ROSENBERG
SITERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorney' for Robins A Rosenberg
5 27 6 3-10-17-24 ___________
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
\i|.\T\TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IV AND FOR HADE COUNTY,
l'l>.itl'l>A IN CHANCEKT, No.
il'u'n OI.LIXGER, Plaintiff, vs.
KK\NK ol.LINGER. Defendant.
ToU. FRANK OLLINGER, 179 Marey
ivraue, Brooklyn, New York, are
notified i" file your appearance in
,!. ii.\. :- for divorce on the
..; ,,',.. ... Juni A D. 1848, otherwise
1,1. ;.,, will be entered
aninat you.
Dated thli rd day of May. A. D.
i: b LEA1 HERMAN, Clerk.
rftreult 'oui t Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
HILTON x FRIEDMAN
Attorney t> Plaintiff
r| Building
.; l-l i n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltloue name of
Miami Adjustment Bureau at 4 pi con-
gress Bldg., Miami. Florida, Intenda to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of ......,. County,
Florida.
,.. irwin "EINSTEIN, Owner
BURNETT ROTH
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for applicant
5/6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
___ NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY rjIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bwlnea. under the fictitious name of
pxford'ii at 102 Miracle MUe, Coral
'We*. Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Bade Countv, Florida
MIRIAM SEIDERMAN
EManuel 8EIDERMAN
Banners
10-11 ti 3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring to engage in
business und.-r the fictitious name of
Budget Dress Shop at 193 N E. 125th
>> North Miami, Florida, intends t,,
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Ki'.i Ida
DOROTHY I.. GOLDMAN
j/13-20-27 6 3-10
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR BADE COUNTY, FI/ORIDA.
IV CHANCERY, No. 124939.
HELEN S' Ml.AM. Plaintiff, vs.
LEON SVHI.AM, Defendant.
To LEON PCIILAM,
122 st Marks I" .in-
N, fork, Si York
Vu an hereb> ordered to file your
ipptarance or nnswer to the bill ,,f
complaint for divorce filed against
Wi bv HELEN SCHLAM on or be-
t(v,e 24 day ol June. 1948. other-
itn 0m unegations of said mil will
-. m- confessed against you.
D0.VEAND ORDERED this 28 day
of May, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Couit.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEU IE.
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J taijaNOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
S/Jl 6 3-10-17
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE circuit COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT^
IN AND FOR DALE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No!
PAN "AMERICAN CORP.. a Florida
corporation. INTERNATIONAL IM-
PORTING ft EXPORTING co, a
Florida corporation, and MEYER
SCHWARTZ. individually, Plain-
tiffs, vs. HAL l.EITMAN. HARVEY
LEITMAN, MAX l.EITMAN and
DONALD l.EITMAN. Trading and
doing Business as THE TIRE
MART. Defendants.
TO: HAL LEITMAN
829 West 7fith Stie.t
New York. N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint has been filed against
you by Pan American Corp., a Flor-
ida corporation. International Import-
ing & Ex|K)iting 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 M) consecutive weeks,
in the Jewish Floridian, a newspaper
published In Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 11 day of May, 1949.
E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE.
Deputy Clerk.
WEINKLE &
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
121426.
MURIEL SHLOMKOWITZ MEYER-
OW1TZ. Plaintiff, vs. BORIS MEY-
EROW1TZ. Defendant.
YOU, BORIS MEYEROWITZ. 1015
Quentln Road. Brooklyn. New York,
are notified to file your appearance in
the above cause for divorce, on or be-
fore June 6, 1949, or a decree pro con-
fess,, will be entered against you.
DATED: May 3, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M.
LEGAL NOTICE
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plnlntiff
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
5/6-18-20-81 6/3
C. FBIQE.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
businesa under the fictitious name of
i" 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 Hade Countv. Florida
HARRY HFHWITZ,
Sole Owner
5/18-20-27 6/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under the fictitious name of
denier Top Boll Co. at 1063 N. W.
5th Street. Miami, Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Daile County,
Florida.
JOSEPH C.ERTLER
5,6-13-20-27 6/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of LITTLE RIVIERA COCKTAIL
LOUNGE at number 165 N.E. 79th
street in the City of Miami, Florida,
Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
EVANS CORPORATION
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE &
ARONOVITZ
74S Seybold Bldg.
Attorneys for Applicants
:,/0-13-20-27 6/3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
124604.
JOSEPH MASTRODONATO, Plain-
tiff, vs. ETHEL MASTRODONATO,
Defendant. _
TO: ETHEL MASTRODONATO, E-5
Boston Court. Atlantic City. New
Jersey.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 9th day of June. 1949, otherwise
decree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated this 10th day of May, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) ____
By B. H. RICE,
Deputy
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
617 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
5/13-20-27 6/3
JR..
Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Folt DADE COUNTY, FIjORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 124193.
THOMAS EDWARD HEROLD, Plain-
tiff, vs. HELEN ELIZABETH
HEROLD. Defendant.
TO HELEN ELIZABETH HEROLD,
321 Western
Conneravllle, Indiana
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against you
by THOMAS EDWARD HEROLD. on
or before the 6 day of June, 1949,
otherwise the alienations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Ft >R DADE COUNTY'. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 1243S3.
ALBERT STRIOKOFF, Plaintiff, VS.
CLARA STRICKOFF. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: CLARA STRICKOFF
2941 West 29th Street
Coney Island
Brooklyn, New York
Y'ou 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
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
HUMPTY DUMPTY DRIVE IN RES-
TAURANT at 5100 N. W. 7th Ave.,
Miami, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
GEORGE MILLER
SAMUEL ROME
MARK S1LVERSTEIN, Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
5/13-20-27 6/3-10 ______
A Hi "NoVITZ,
ARONOVITZ
Solicitors for
5/18-20-27 6/3
Plaintiff
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
TOR DADE COUNTY, FTXJRIDA
IN CHANl ERY No. 124967.
CARMELA CHAT1RIS BENNETT,
tiff, v* John bennett, De-
fendant,
THE STATE OF FI/MUDA:
TO: JOHN BENNETT
Md East I; i sti eel
New V |c, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
'" III" i-oui appearance to the Bill of
' omplaini i Divorce filed against
roui by the above-named Plaintiff on
or before >h. 22nd day of June, 1949;
others -. allegations therein con-
tained will be taken as confessed by
rou.
ORDERED at Miami, Dade County,
HorldR, this 24 day of May, 1949.
I: IS. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
' cult Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE.
, Deputy Clerk.
KWEPH W. MAI.EK
Sjlwltor for Plaintiff
>;"3 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
''3" 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BISCAYNB ASSOCIATES at 273 N. E,
Second Street. Miami. Florida. Intend
to register said name with the OleiK
of the Circuit Court of Dado County.
FIOr'"a- WALTER E LEHNER
EMMA M LEHNER
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Walter E. I-ehner and
Emma M. Lehner
4/29 5/6-18-20-27_______________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRClII
OF FI/iRIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
coUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
JOSEPH COLANDRO, Plaintiff,
CHARLOTTE COLANDRO,
TO.'ciIARLOTTE COLANDRO. 58
Ruxton Road, Great Neck, Long
Island, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance 111 the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the Mh day of June. 1919.
Dated this 9th day of May, 1949.
E I! I. EAT HERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Couit Seal)
By M
you.
I)N B
of May.
AND ORDERED this 5 day
1949.
E. B. LE AT HERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By CHARLES BOI.AND,
1 it-puty Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor f,.r plaintiff
5/18-20-21 6/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Fairmont Hotel at 1000 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach, Florida. Intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
JERRY SAMET
SAM SAPSOVITZ
Partners
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Olympla Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants
/13-20-27 6/3
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Bldg.
Miami. Florida
5/6-13-20-27
C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
No.
VS
Def. nd-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TOWER CLEANERS at 1420 S. W.
8th Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
L. GERREZ
MAX R, SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
5/6-18-20-21 6/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
RQTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
owness under the fictitious name of
IV''V- S,I>I-R VALUE MARKET at
J1 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
]"< i lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH ROTENBERO
\..v. GEORGE T SOLINGER
MAX P.. SILVER
A,l'?py ,nr Applicants
/20-27 6/3-10-17
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian so-
licits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate gervice at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
SAMUEL J. RAND,
Attorney
;i7 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
.1/13-20-27 6/3
C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
SAM'S SWAP SHOP at 2c N. W. 5th
Street, Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ids
SAM RANDELL
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
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 or
Joy San Shoes at 1337 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach. Illa: '""?_
to register said name with "", "'*
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. FRIEDLER, Owner
BURNETT ROTH
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
4/29 6/6-13-20-27____.___________----------------
nBSBS3_T*_8lffi,i|
124288. _____-.-irt>.: Plaintiff.
Defend-
*:
fT ROSENBERG,
vs DORIS ROSENBERG,
YOU. DORIS ROSENBERG.
Paeo Boulevard, Kansas ww,
"VsMB_*
(Circuit Court Seal) c y^iaE.
Deputy oicrk.
%&&&3" ... .
4/29 M-18-S0-1T
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol"
Hopkins Publications at 5928 N. W.
22nd Ave.. Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVID SHUiloW.
Sole Owner
13-20-27 6'3
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY' JUDGE'S COURT.
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No.
20078.
RE: ESTATE OF
David DICK SON, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition lor
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of DAVID D1CKSON, de-
ceased: and that on the 20 day of
June, 1949, will apply to the Honor-
aide W. F. BLANTON. County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administrator of the Estate
of DAVID DICKSON, deceased.
'This IS day of May. 1949.
ARMIN BROWN.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
5/20-27 6/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GJVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Red Bird Food Market at 6838 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
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants
4/29 5/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS. HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage hi
business under the fictitious name of
Miami Tailors at 25 N. E. 2nd Street.
Miami. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
NICHOLAS DANIELS
Mil.TON A. FRIEDMAN
Seybold Bldg.
Attorney for applicant
'6-13-20-27 6/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
MOLLYE HERSH, Plaintiff, vs. SAM
HERSH, Defendant.
You. SAM HERS'H. c/o Rand Drug
Company, 617 Homewood Avenue.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, are notified
to file your appearance in the above
cause for divot ce on the 6th day of
lune A D. 1949. otherwise decree pro
confesso will be entered against you.
Dated this 5th day of May, A. D.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(C,rCU,t CUrt *eBy M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Seybold Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant
5 6-13-20-27
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
22485.
In Re: ESTATE OF SARAH
RAPHAEL. also known as S.
Raphael. Deceased.
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Y'ou, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of Santh Raphael also known
as S Raphael, deceased, late of Coral
Cables. Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. Blanton, County. Judge
of Dade County, and file the same In
his office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain tho legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date May 16th. A.D. 1949.
HELEN A. LYONS,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Sarah Raphael, also
known as S. Raphael, Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN.
650 Sevbold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Executrix
5 20-27 6/3-10-17
NOTICE TO APPEAR ___
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
..'.Vvr 7UCKMAN LOMBARDI.
Bptattff. vs. JOSEPH LOMBARDI,
Y^JOWK yOMBARDI. m
S YoVi', STUB ftSJ
appearance In the above cause for -
voice on the 6th day of June,
\>nu other" ise decree pro
will be o!'erod agajnet rou.
Dated thlf 4 day of May.
:019 B P LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
' ''bv M. C. FEIGE. .
Deputy Clerk.
Ill T N A iRIEDMAN
:-','. bold Blag.
,\t*or ii
M-W-.--
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confi
D.
'Applicant
A. D.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SIMONS' SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY
at 2145 N.W 62nd Street. Miami, Hor-
Ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
C WILLIAM S. SIMONS
A DELE SIMONS
Petitioners
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioners
Seybold Bldg.
4/29 5/6-13-20-27 ____________
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
124658.
DOROTHY W. DOBBS, Plaintiff, vs.
AUGUST V. DOBBS, Defendant.
You. AUGUST V. DOBBS, S52S2.'.2
Street. Bellerose, Queens. Long Is-
land. New York, are notified to filo
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 llth day of May. A.D.
1949.
E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. '
l > uity c k.
MILTON A. r::::. ::
Seybold Building
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
Euclid Investment Co. at 715 Euclid
Avenue, Miami, Beach, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
LOUIS KAHAN
MORRIS PLATT
Equal Partners
SHIRLEY WOOLF
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
4/22-29 6/6-13-20 _________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MARILYN'S GIFT SHOPPE at 1025
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intend to register said namo
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, deslrina to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Fay's Bar and Grill at 9901 N.W.
27th Ave., Dade County, Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
C.i intv. Florida
JOHN J. DOMBROWSKI
DOLORES DOMBROWSKI
JOSEPH MARTYNA
VICTORIA MARTYNA
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Cc^to-*- Bide-.
Attorney for Applicants
4/iV 6/8-18-20-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Lottie Brooks Dress Shop at 863
Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
LOTTIE SIROTA
5/20-27 6/3-10
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 11386.
RE: ESTATE OF MAY G. KENT.
Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and pcti-
Uon for Final DIeoharfe as EXEC I
TOR of the eetate of MAY G. kr.N T
deceased: and that on the IB da> ol
June 1848, will apply to the Honoi
able W. F. BLANTON. County Judj.0
ol Dade County. Florida, for appwal
of said final report and for finu] dis-
charge as EXECUTOR of the Estate
of MAY G. KENT, deceased.
This 14th day ol May, 1949.
ARNOLD H. KENT.
CUSHMAN. WOODARD &
GOTTHARDT _____
Attorney for EXECUTOR
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FRIDAY. MAY
Key Wester Thrilled
By Truman Notice
Recognition -Kas pa:d to Jacob
Markowitz, a resident of Key
West since 1890, by the Miami
Herald recently.
Markowitz, now Bearing 87
a native I Rourr.an:a. ISpir ar-
rival in New York, he "started
heacur.e -'.:.. When he landed
in Key Weal wding to the
Her: z~ any far-
ther, to he .- pped l
When Markowitz came here.
Key West was the largest eity in
t.-.e state So >r aftei r- r..
ho sent for bis ii ind three
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now residents ( Mian ^~i the
ach.
Paul K M
at 1374 S "'' 22r.: St >nai-
ly. Anotl M
the Herald rep rts is
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octogena ia told the He:-Id that
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. it he could
million hen
if I w ; yeai ingei
Markowit2 mfo I thi Herald
reportei .-: big-
gest -. ... everal months ago
President Truman was
nd
At tl -.- H< iate*
M< rk .'. insert notice in a
V. ''' papei tl nkir.g the
President foi his aid to the J<
The i read I anxi
him to know how grateful I
: he a r. d I h i C n.
done for my people in otl
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pm>V. MAY 27.1948 Uolem Lodge To Spon^r Picnic T .1.-1 nirnic in none A I Father I Sholcm Sunday. of by for picnic in honor Toay is P la n ^ I odge. B'nai B'nth, June 19, President John infeld has announced. Kr Sheson Hammock picnic •ill be the scene of the a affair, which is of Sam Mesu .rounds w second annua nder the direction L all-day program of sports S^rnes has been planned by i„,|c Chairman Perry Botwin, S directed the Sholem Lodge D icnic last year. P Soft ball games the children with 11 be a feature Soft drinks and races for prizes for all of the afterwill be furLEGAL NOTICE ^Jeni^ncricfiaun PAGE NINETEEN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in ','?"nAn U "":' r ,"";, i """" l> ; """ 0' 469 BAR at 469 West Plaffler Sir., t Miami, Florida, Intend! to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dude Countv, Florida ROSE NORR, Sole Owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 503-6 Olympla Bide. 4/29 5/6-13-20-27 VI tedfrW of charge to all B'nai BTith members and their guests. "^EGAITNOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N NAME LAW voTI'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that h ,.„.l,rgn-d, dishing to engage In „„,!, the fictitious name of PTV |,n:i:n.T HOTEL at 2009 Collins SiSto regl lei said name with the Circuit Court of Dade "'"" HERBERT H. ROBINS II) MAN ROSENBERG SITERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorney' for Robins A Rosenberg 5 27 6 3-10-17-24 NOTICE TO APPEAR IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE \i|.\T\TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV AND FOR HADE COUNTY, l'l> .itl'l>A IN CHANCEKT, No. il'u'n OI.LIXGER, Plaintiff, vs. KK\NK ol.LINGER. Defendant. ToU. FRANK OLLINGER, 179 Marey ivraue, Brooklyn, New York, are notified i" file your appearance in ,!„. ii„.\. :-• for divorce on the ..; ,,',.. ... Juni A D. 1848, otherwise 1,1. •;•.,, will be entered aninat you. Dated thli rd day of May. A. D. i: b LEA1 HERMAN, Clerk. rftreult 'oui t Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. HILTON x FRIEDMAN Attorney t> Plaintiff r| Building %  .; %  l-l i n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltloue name of Miami Adjustment Bureau at 4 pi congress Bldg., Miami. Florida, Intenda to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ,. County, Florida. „,.„. IRWIN "EINSTEIN, Owner BURNETT ROTH Congress Bldg. Attorney for applicant 5/6-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „___ NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY rjIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bwlnea. under the fictitious name of pxford'ii at 102 Miracle MUe, Coral • %  'We*. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Bade Countv, Florida MIRIAM SEIDERMAN E MANUEL 8EIDERMAN Banners 10-11 ti 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that tne undersigned, desiring to engage in business und.-r the fictitious name of Budget Dress Shop at 193 N E. 125th >> North Miami, Florida, intends t,, register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Ki'.i Ida DOROTHY I.. GOLDMAN J/13-20-27 6 3-10 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY, FI/ORIDA.— IV CHANCERY, No. 124939. HELEN S' Ml.AM. Plaintiff, vs. LEON SVHI.AM, Defendant. To LEON PCIILAM, 122 st Marks I" .inN, fork, Si York V„u an hereb> ordered to file your ipptarance or nnswer to the bill ,,f complaint for divorce filed against Wi bv HELEN SCHLAM on or bet(v,e 24 day ol June. 1948. otheritn 0M unegations of said mil will -. Mconfessed against you. D0.VEAND ORDERED this 28 day of May, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Couit. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEU IE. Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J TAIJANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff S/Jl 6 3-10-17 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT^ IN AND FOR DALE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No! PAN "AMERICAN CORP.. a Florida corporation. INTERNATIONAL IMPORTING ft EXPORTING co, a Florida corporation, and MEYER SCHWARTZ. individually, Plaintiffs, vs. HAL l.EITMAN. HARVEY LEITMAN, MAX l.EITMAN and DONALD l.EITMAN. Trading and doing Business as THE TIRE MART. Defendants. TO: HAL LEITMAN 829 West 7fith Stie.t New York. N. Y. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint has been filed against you by Pan American Corp., a Florida corporation. International Importing & Ex|K)iting 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 M) consecutive weeks, in the Jewish Floridian, a newspaper published In Dade County. Florida. Dated this 11 day of May, 1949. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE. Deputy Clerk. WEINKLE & ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 121426. MURIEL SHLOMKOWITZ MEYEROW1TZ. Plaintiff, vs. BORIS MEYEROW1TZ. Defendant. YOU, BORIS MEYEROWITZ. 1015 Quentln Road. Brooklyn. New York, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce, on or before June 6, 1949, or a decree pro confess,, will be entered against you. DATED: May 3, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. LEGAL NOTICE MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plnlntiff 922 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 5/6-18-20-81 6/3 C. FBIQE. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In businesa under the fictitious name of %  i" Jo's Tavern at 1163 N E. 1st Ave., -Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv. Florida HARRY HFHWITZ, Sole Owner 5/18-20-27 6/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage 111 business under the fictitious name of denier Top Boll Co. at 1063 N. W. 5th Street. Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile County, Florida. JOSEPH C.ERTLER 5,6-13-20-27 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LITTLE RIVIERA COCKTAIL LOUNGE at number 165 N.E. 79th street in the City of Miami, Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EVANS CORPORATION ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE & ARONOVITZ 74S Seybold Bldg. Attorneys for Applicants :,/0-13-20-27 6/3 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 124604. JOSEPH MASTRODONATO, Plaintiff, vs. ETHEL MASTRODONATO, Defendant. TO: ETHEL MASTRODONATO, E-5 Boston Court. Atlantic City. New Jersey. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 9th day of June. 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 10th day of May, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By B. H. RICE, Deputy SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 617 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 5/13-20-27 6/3 JR.. Clerk. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Folt DADE COUNTY, FIJORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 124193. THOMAS EDWARD HEROLD, Plaintiff, vs. HELEN ELIZABETH HEROLD. Defendant. TO HELEN ELIZABETH HEROLD, 321 Western Conneravllle, Indiana You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against you by THOMAS EDWARD HEROLD. on or before the 6 day of June, 1949, otherwise the alienations of said bill will be taken as confessed against ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Ft >R DADE COUNTY'. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 1243S3. ALBERT STRIOKOFF, Plaintiff, VS. CLARA STRICKOFF. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: CLARA STRICKOFF 2941 West 29th Street Coney Island Brooklyn, New York Y'ou 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 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or HUMPTY DUMPTY DRIVE IN RESTAURANT at 5100 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GEORGE MILLER SAMUEL ROME MARK S1LVERSTEIN, Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 5/13-20-27 6/3-10 A Hi "NOVITZ, ARONOVITZ Solicitors for 5/18-20-27 6/3 Plaintiff ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY, FTXJRIDA — IN CHANl ERY No. 124967. CARMELA CHAT1RIS BENNETT, tiff, v* JOHN BENNETT, Defendant, THE STATE OF FI/MUDA: TO: JOHN BENNETT Md East I; i sti eel New V |c, New York You are hereby notified and ordered '" III" i-oui appearance to the Bill of omplaini •. i Divorce filed against roui by the above-named Plaintiff on or before >h. 22nd day of June, 1949; others -. allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by rou. ORDERED at Miami, Dade County, HorldR, this 24 day of May, 1949. I: IS. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court. cult Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE. Deputy Clerk. KWEPH W. MAI.EK Sjlwltor for Plaintiff >;"3 Congress Building Miami, Florida ''3" 3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BISCAYNB ASSOCIATES at 273 N. E, Second Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the OleiK of the Circuit Court of Dado County. FIOr '" a WALTER E LEHNER EMMA M LEHNER MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Walter E. I-ehner and Emma M. Lehner 4/29 5/6-18-20-27 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRClII OF FI/iRIDA. IN AND FOR DADE coUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, JOSEPH COLANDRO, Plaintiff, CHARLOTTE COLANDRO, TO.'ciIARLOTTE COLANDRO. 58 Ruxton Road, Great Neck, Long Island, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance 111 the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the Mh day of June. 1919. Dated this 9th day of May, 1949. E I! I. EAT HERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Couit Seal) By M you. I)N B of May. AND ORDERED this 5 day 1949. E. B. LE AT HERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By CHARLES BOI.AND, 1 it-puty Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor f,.r plaintiff 5/18-20-21 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Fairmont Hotel at 1000 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JERRY SAMET SAM SAPSOVITZ Partners GEORGE CHERTKOF Olympla Bldg. Attorney for Applicants /13-20-27 6/3 SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Bldg. Miami. Florida 5/6-13-20-27 C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. No. VS Def. ndNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TOWER CLEANERS at 1420 S. W. 8th Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. L. GERREZ MAX R, SILVER Attorney for Applicant 5/6-18-20-21 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW RQTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In owness under the fictitious name of IV''VS,I> I-R VALUE MARKET at J1 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with ]"<• i lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH ROTENBERO \..v. GEORGE T SOLINGER MAX P.. SILVER A l '? py ,nr Applicants /20-27 6/3-10-17 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridian solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate gervice at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney •;i7 Seybold Building Miami. Florida .1/13-20-27 6/3 C. FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or SAM'S SWAP SHOP at 2c N. W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florids SAM RANDELL MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 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 or Joy San Shoes at 1337 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. I l !" la : '"£"?_ to register said name with "", "'* of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRIEDLER, Owner BURNETT ROTH Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicant 4 /29 6/6-13-20-2 7 nBSB S3_T*_8lffi i| 124288. -.-„irt>.: Plaintiff. Defend*: fT ROSENBERG, vs DORIS ROSENBERG, YOU. DORIS ROSENBERG. Paeo Boulevard, Kansas ww, "VsMB_* — (Circuit Court Seal) c y^iaE. Deputy oicrk. %&&&3" ... 4/29 M-18-S0-1T NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol" Hopkins Publications at 5928 N. W. 22nd Ave.. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID SHUiloW. Sole Owner 13-20-27 6'3 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY' JUDGE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — No. 20078. RE: ESTATE OF DAVID DICK SON, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition lor Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of DAVID D1CKSON, deceased: and that on the 20 day of June, 1949, will apply to the Honoraide W. F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of DAVID DICKSON, deceased. 'This IS day of May. 1949. ARMIN BROWN. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administrator 5/20-27 6/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GJVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Red Bird Food Market at 6838 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 Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicants 4/29 5/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS. HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage hi business under the fictitious name of Miami Tailors at 25 N. E. 2nd Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NICHOLAS DANIELS Mil.TON A. FRIEDMAN Seybold Bldg. Attorney for applicant '6-13-20-27 6/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. MOLLYE HERSH, Plaintiff, vs. SAM HERSH, Defendant. You. SAM HERS'H. c/o Rand Drug Company, 617 Homewood Avenue. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divot ce on the 6th day of lune A D. 1949. otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 5th day of May, A. D. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (C,rCU,t C Urt e By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Seybold Bldg. Attorney for Applicant 5 6-13-20-27 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 22485. In Re: ESTATE OF SARAH RAPHAEL. also known as S. RAPHAEL. Deceased. To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Y'ou, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of Santh Raphael also known as S Raphael, deceased, late of Coral Cables. Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County. Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain tho legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date May 16th. A.D. 1949. HELEN A. LYONS, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Sarah Raphael, also known as S. Raphael, Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN. 650 Sevbold Bldg. Miami, Florida Attorneys for Executrix 5 20-27 6/3-10-17 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. ..'.Vvr 7UCKMAN LOMBARDI. B pta£ttff. vs. JOSEPH LOMBARDI, Y^JOWK yOMBARDI. m S YoVi', STUB ftSJ appearance In the above cause for voice on the 6th day of June, \>nu other" ise decree pro will be o!'erod agajnet rou. Dated thlf 4 day of May. :019 B P LEATHERMAN. Clerk. ''BV M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. Ill T N A iRIEDMAN :-','. bold Blag. ,\t*or ii M-W-.-. A confi D. 'Applicant A. D. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SIMONS' SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY at 2145 N.W 62nd Street. Miami, HorIda, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. C WILLIAM S. SIMONS A DELE SIMONS Petitioners MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioners Seybold Bldg. 4/29 5/6-13-20-27 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 124658. DOROTHY W. DOBBS, Plaintiff, vs. AUGUST V. DOBBS, Defendant. You. AUGUST V. DOBBS, S52S—2.'.2 Street. Bellerose, Queens. Long Island. New York, are notified to filo 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 llth day of May. A.D. 1949. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. %  l > uity c %  k. MILTON A. r::::. : %  : Seybold Building 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 Euclid Investment Co. at 715 Euclid Avenue, Miami, Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorLOUIS KAHAN MORRIS PLATT Equal Partners SHIRLEY WOOLF Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road 4/22-29 6/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MARILYN'S GIFT SHOPPE at 1025 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intend to register said namo 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, deslrina to engage In business under the fictitious name of Fay's Bar and Grill at 9901 N.W. 27th Ave., Dade County, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade C.i intv. Florida JOHN J. DOMBROWSKI DOLORES DOMBROWSKI JOSEPH MARTYNA VICTORIA MARTYNA Partners HARRY DIETZ CC^TO-*Bide-. Attorney for Applicants 4/iV 6/8-18-20-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Lottie Brooks Dress Shop at 863 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOTTIE SIROTA 5/20-27 6/3-10 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 11386. RE: ESTATE OF MAY G. KENT. Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and pctiUon for Final DIeoharfe as EXEC I TOR of the eetate of MAY G. kr.N T deceased: and that on the IB da> ol June 1848, will apply to the Honoi • able W. F. BLANTON. County Judj.0 ol Dade County. Florida, for appwal of said final report and for finu] discharge as EXECUTOR of the Estate of MAY G. KENT, deceased. This 14th day ol May, 1949. ARNOLD H. KENT. CUSHMAN. WOODARD & GOTTHARDT Attorney for EXECUTOR i... -j-^7 6/3-10



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rmnAV. MAY 27, 1949 -JenisMlaridrkir PAGE THIRTEEN CALLING 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 of 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 VERNON J. ALLISON PAINTING CONTRACTOR 1500 N. W. 21st Street' ? h 9 4187 OSCAR E. DOOLY INVESTMENT CONSULTANT Ingraham Bldg. HARRIMAN SHIPPING CO. Pier 2. Miami Ph. 3-4766 BAILEY-LEWIS CO. PAINTING CONTRACTOR 630 N. W. 54th Street Ph 7 2457 V. J. HOECHERL PAINTING CONTRACTOR 2047 N. Miami Avenue M30621 C. RAY MARTIN PLUMBING 1446 Alton Road "• 5 3700 SOUTHEASTERN TERMINAL & STEAMSHIP CO. 28 S. W. 4th Street Ph. 3-0816 ADVERTISING ASSOCIATES, INC. Complete Advertising Sales Promotion and Public Relations. Service and Council 1335 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 2-8479 E. M. ROSENBERGER Your Regular Visits Will Prevent These SOS Calls



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PAGE SDC +Jtwlsi>ncrMtof> !" DAY_MAY 27 m BB Women To Honor Mrs. S. Goldstrom The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women honored their oldest member, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, at a recent luncheon at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel, when they presented her with an inscription of her name on a plaque to be placed in the new Henry Monsky Memorial Foundation to be erected in Washington, D. C. The B'nai B'rith Henry Monsky Foundation will be a Shrine of Jewish Contributions to Democracy. Mrs. Goldstrom, who is known as the "grand old lady of B'nai B'rith." has been an active force in the Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women since its inception three years ago and had previously helped organize the Sholem Lodge Women's Auxiliary in Miami. As a representative of the Fifth District, she served on the Supreme Council for several years. In B'nai B'rith work Mrs. Goldstrom has walked hand in hand with her husband, Sol Goldstrom, who has been a member for 57 years. Mr. Goldstrom was recently honored by the men's group. lBraiideis Lodgo To Hold Frolic The Free Sons of Israel, Louis D. Brandeis Lodge 199, and auxiliary will sponsor a May frolic at Kitty Davis' Theatre Restaurant, 1610 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, on Sunday evening. May 29, at 7 p.m. The Kitty Davis floor show plus dancing may be had for a donation of one dollar. Food and drink are optional. Proceeds will go to the Cerebral Palsy Association. Louis Rosenblum, president of the lodge and Mrs. Sam Gordon, president of the auxiliary, will officiate at the affair. Jack Levine and Mrs. Robert Jacobson are in charge of arrangements. Assisting Mrs. Jacobson are the Mesdames L. Rome, D. Lemelman. E. Wasserman. M. Plotkin. S. Jacobson, J. Levine, A. Hauer and D. Zangwill. Publicity is being handled by Mrs. Herman Edovitz. Tickets may be obtained by contacting either Harvey Herman 9-6078 or Mrs. Sam Gordon at 48-0078. Frink Details 10-Point Platform Herbert A. Frink, Miami Beach city councilman campaigning for re-election, yesterday detailed his progressive 10-point platform and cited his experience as a councilman in talks throughout the city. Frink, a successful business man who has an enviable record as a city administrative official, has served as a councilman for 10 consecutive years. In 1945, when ne was elected to a four year term, Frink received the largest vote obtained by any candidate. In recognition of his huge vote and his outstanding executive abilities. Frink was elected mayor, serving in that office with distinction for two years. Frink has earned the respect and admiration of all groups for his insistence upon tolerance and fair play. He strongly endorsed and fought for the successful adoption of a Miami Beach ordinance against hooded organizations such as the Ku Klux Klan. The candidate's platform, termed by experienced political observers as "Tops," includes: 1. Continuation of Miami Beach's reputation for efficient govern-1 ment. 2. More off-street parking facilities and additional storm sewers for better drainage. 3. Construction of a municipal swimming pool. 4. Keeping Miami Beach in front as a world resort. 5. Establishment of a municipal night court. 6. Addition of another company to the fire department. 7. Continued promotion of summer tourist business from both North and South America. 8. Additional hospital facilities. 9. Organization of an accident prevention squad in the police department. 10. Additional park and playground facilities. It is pointed out in Frink's long U-M Law School Begins Registration Registrations for the University of Miami Law School will begin Monday and continue through June 3 at the new Law Building. Alhambra Circle and LeJeun. Road, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Both dav and evening law summer sessions will start Monday, June 6. Reservations for housing in tni dormitories at summer rates may now be made for any of the summer sessions with William H. Fisher, housing director, whose office is on the main campus. Fisher has announced that accommodations are now available for both married and single students in the new dormitories. Apartments for married students have one bedroom, living-dining room, kitchen and bath. Larger apartments have two bedrooms. All are furnished. First summer session will be conducted from June 13 to July 27 with the second from July 28 to September 10. Teacher training session will extend from July 2 to August 13. or three completely Miamian To Graduate From Medical School Bernard Halperin of 194 N.W. 24th St. will graduate in June from the Chicago Medical School. Melvin Levinson, also of Miami, is an undergraduate at the institution. Established in 1912, the school has, under the leadership of Dr. John J. Sheinin, dean of the school, gained full approval by the American Medical Association and the Association of American Medical Schools. Approximately 300 students from many parts of the country are now enrolled in the school and 72 freshmen will be admitted in the fall. The faculty record of municipal achievements inc i u des 250 full time and part that he has assiduously worked (j me members for and contributed many painsAdmission to the school is based Beach s solely on aca demic and character South lft--^ ^'W&v££3*b.-';,','C:s-:&^£v.>&;f.h^&.;-,-*?..,:' -I::Lvii.Kjaiifer^i;.£=.*^^^H /HW>ii* %  lu-.gi* ^fr-g-t'lt' % 



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PAGE EIGHTEEN +JeistfkrMian FRIDAY, MAY 27, V Levine Opens Accounting Office Saul S. Levine announce? the opening of offices for the practice of accounting at 311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Levine. who was formerly a partner in the firm of Louis GillSaul S. L< and Company. Cert :.^. : Public Accountants, is a graduate :" Miami Beach High School. He luated from the University of Fl rida, where he majored in acunting. At the university he as affiliated with Tau Alpha Chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi fi aternity Entering the U. S. Army rune '.P42. Levine serve: for • years with )ne -• luty. Levine is a tat mbei th American Instituti :' A and thi Fl ri la Institute of intar.ts IC 1111111 : 111 In !'.*> Touncil Race Darby Rathmar public rela• ns uns1 The 51-y • %  •" B*S : : : --ears %  .. that i was ex< the Miami V nth C :-.: %  r: .-.:.•: %  '• r. '." %  < tment; physical education di: •• • ity :' Miami; ar.ci English t< acher at Citrus G Jur.i High school. Rathman is a i • I I %  unty Juveni %  A I Inti 52 Associati fie Improve• C uncil vi presi U nl • • Miami Beach Sports commit -•• He is a member of St. Path's church. Essen Construction Co 2052 N.W. Second Ave. Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Gicen Obituaries ISIDORE SILBERSTEIN v.. >'A '.::h S: -I %  %  : %  ne* Con hriv hm for IT •••. i nJi %  '• >'-• becca: ". %  %  • M % %  .. held U %  • Funeral thi Jewla* n %  D Parti C< %  • JACK SLATKO I • S W (til Pt M tor I rear* Sen • er*r< .: Fin rlth burial I \ MRS ESTHER ABBOTT Idei May 1 v %  • %  %  .... %  \i ... |,s H • Home I • Ae• %  to Se* T Ic fm services ai .•-••••• i Mi I C WILLIAM WALTER JERMVN p.-.; this week He vai I ... • %  • years Service* were MRS REBECCA HOROWITZ \ g • Miami Bi ?h, iddenii s : .. alna were sent 1 ': ll %  ..•>..'.'•• • : • i" • ral !!• :: 3 Miamians Attend Jewish Education Meet A P. Cannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Hyman Poincrantz. extension activities director of the bureau, and Joshua Stadlan of the Hebrew Teachers Association are attending the annual convention of the American Association for Jewish Education, the National Council for Jewish Education and the National Federation of Hebrew Teachers being held at %  the Rit.'-Carlton Hotel in Atlantic City. N J fn m May 26 to 30. .sc i-duled to read a r on -Supervision of Instrucat the session. Subjects to be discussed at the are -Progress and Prospects in Jewish Education." -Thv H m* and •...< School." "The Arts in th Jewish Curriculum" live Jewish Education in Summer [ Greene Named Head Of U-M Fraternity Allan : • %  -"• mas ':er I I sity of Miami Chapter I Alpha Epsuon Pi entity H succeeds Morton Bernstein Others ffice were: Clayton Elieutenant master; D nald Glaser, scribe; Jules Arkin. exchequer; Richard Danziger. pledgt ster; Bernie Mandli r. er-at-large; Larry Kassman s ling scribe; Leon Gurry, sentinel; Bui; Eaton. isl ::an. 13u<{ a case of Cool Cofnftrt BALLANTINE 3M>LP$W > %  ^' 7 -..; %  — i—— *• B ^. A So... Neea^ Distributed by STATE BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS OF MIAMI. INC. Phone 38-3431 SAM BLANK, Pies. ABRAHAM ROSENTHAL Afe 64 of r • B v.". C -• 81 %  -%  I awaj iaet %  %  %  % %  %  • • M F. ?nth..'. came Key West Hi '..a caterer He \t %  i .:.. Herman an I v %  % %  ri M-> %  Ivl. W '.I Sai • P. R -' %  ••' Mr M • Mia three 1 • r Miami, I> r Long ... N v rive i stera, Mi %  Kate Mrs B-rtha Wall, M I :• • .\: Mrs. Minnl< Hew Mi C *>*il. N w V k He waa a • %  • were held %  > %  '' ineral -,i •'. %  the Jewlcl -• of W Park C m tery. ( ARTHUR ELSNER •_• ... Venetian Way, MlHe U i I his wif > Eft a daugh*", Mr' Rente I ndson. La J m %  %  member Ansel L Ohio. Rawer) r • • Cleraland f^r %  ;>> th


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PAGE TWENTY +Jmist t krrtiar FRIDAY. MAY Key Wester Thrilled By Truman Notice Recognition -Kas pa:d to Jacob Markowitz, a resident of Key West since 1890, by the Miami Herald recently. Markowitz, now Bearing 87 a native I Rourr.an:a. ISpir arrival in New York, he "started heacur.e -'.:.. When he landed in Key Weal wding to the Her: z~ any farther, to he .-• pped l When Markowitz came here. Key West was the largest eity in t.-.e state So >r aftei rr.. ho sent for bis ii ind three iren Tw si .-.ns are now residents ( Mian ^~i the ach. Paul K M at 1374 S "•'•' 22r.: St >naily. Anotl M the Herald rep rts is • the I Having rned a small try Hi the spry octogena ia told the He:-Id that =tate" ••. it he could million hen if I w ; yeai ingei Markowit2 mfo I thi Herald reportei .-: biggest -. ... everal months ago President Truman was nd At tl • -.-• %  • H< iate* M< rk %  '. insert notice in a V. % %  %  %  %  %  papei tl nkir.g the President foi his aid to the J< The i read I anxi him to know how grateful I : he a r. d I h i C n. done for my people in otl parts of th .'.:.... ns ol them were ruthlessly killed during World War Tw< jt tl ire thankful the) have received Pi ••-.ent and ConPresident Trumar sent a Naval Polansky Given Leave By Beaeh V Randy Polansky. aci i director of tr.e Miami Beach YM Ac WHA has been rrar.ted a lea-. abeen tr.e rrard : directors to attend the Ne-*York S: of Social Work part of Colui University, to obtain a graduate degree :r. social work :.-g to an announcement bj Milton S::'<:r.. presid nl Polansky has been i me : the Staff ::' the Beach Y : r the pa.--, three and hall : Prior to his employment by the Y he was :r. tr.e Arrr.y for BSpt %  x.rr ately fe \a years a.de I tt ink '•' .-. tiee. He told rr.e -.he P. t.-.e notice twice and got a b:g kick :u: .'. :'.." Ma: : the Herald reporter. Temple Women Seal Leaders Mn Aiea ei Robbin udent of th a Temple Bet.-. Sholoi i lunche i Is I r\ %  %  r.oon at the DelaH teL Rabbi Leon Kronish w at the affa:r. at 350 membi nl All D decc: trtn under ti n of Mrs Hyman Kap. Other :: nducted Mn Bess.e Nels n Mrs W. Farr. Mrs Edward Mencher. vice Levinsor.. presidents: Mrs E. Alar. Becker, tary; Mrs v. treasurer: Mrs Murray Reckson, firancial secretary; Mrs. David lam recording se< Kronish, chaplain,' INSECTICIDES F_V GAT SG EXTERMINATING EARL WMITFORO A P E X PEST CONTROL SERV'CE li63 N. W. 22nd Aye. Phore 3-7500 SEITUN & COA\PAW INSURANCE ALL FORMS 19 N.E. Second Street Miami 32. Fla. Phone* 9-3836 — J^J OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPUCATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beaeh Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5411 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S Living Room Furniture and GENERAL fij ELECTRIC Appliances WtaipMt FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Room, Board (Dietary La 24 HR. EXPERT NURSING CAlJ 2 ACRES GROUND— ON BEACf $50.00 PER WEEK DR. SHOULSON DR. SHOULSON 1681 Meridian Are.. Miami Beach. SI Director D0NT BAKK UP THE WRONG TREE i 5 •">:-• I I tip j,.. \i". FfQKPTroN s^M U>* SHOttM $ U.O.A^ ZIONIST PI5TRICT. "=£>5*" Mi •w AV.C FOUNDED ELK5 U)P6E [ p&LM ** ISLAND STATC v S oKW r x VJ\ fe V x i / i. HOMC DAOt coyMT< fr>lRR£HT COUNCIL RENT BOARP ; strums H0U5IN(i COHHlTTXe UNTtP COUNCIL w BUI ,/ v KKK. V &ANNfD AID ^| TO | %  ** V i ?/ v/. &f ft 4 • %  ••'-.'.: .•. ; -V--.7'..'-". : .-• %  -• .'". v '"; %  Elect Roth -The Right Man For Counc (Pld Politic*!



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jewlsi> fhrtfiar FRIDAY. MAY 27, m It & V II adassah to Seat Miss Klein Rosalyn Klein will be inducted as president of the Miami Chapter of the Business and Professional Women's Division of HaRosalyn Klein dassah at a dinner to be held at Betty's Restaurant. Biscayne Blvd., on June 8 at 7 p.m. Mrs. H. C. Moser will serve as installing officer and Mrs. Muny Grossman will offer the invocation. Principal speaker will be Mrs. Milton Sirkin. The benediction will be delivered by Mrs. David Sernaker, the group's senior advisor. Other officers to be installed are: Fanny Levitt, first vice president; Mrs. Shirley Kimmel, second vice president; Goldie Sanders, treasurer; Mrs. Peter Brod, corresponding secretary; Ruth Schwartz, recording secretary. In charge of reservations for the affair are Ruth Steinberg, 2-6839; Mrs. Peter Brod, 3-4042; Fannv Levitt, 83-2061. FOR RENT BEAUTIFUL HOME S.W. SECTION Now Available until end of October. Beautiful Yard. Maid Service. All Utilities paid except lights. Use of Telephone. $65.00 MONTHLY Call 9-0976 THOUSANDS HAVE FOUND HAPPINESS through the Clara Lane Friendship Center WHY NOT YOU? Phone 82-3065 43 N. E. 2nd Street (opp. Tel. Co. Bldg.) OPEN 10 A.M. TO 8 P.M. RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED COLONIAL INN HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. STRICTLY KOSHERAMERICAN PLAN Delicious Meals Rooms with Private Balhs AH Sporti Facilities Including Swimming Pool SPECIAL RATES FOR JUNE Now Under the Management of D. Handel—I. Friedlander Operator* of Hotel Boston, Miami Beach Turk's Campaign In Full Swing Sponsored by a group of prominent Miami Beach women, the first of a series of breakfasts, honoring Councilman Harold Turk in his campaign for reelection June 7, will be held at 10:30 a. m. today at the Delano hotel, 1685 Collins Ave. This and succeeding breakfasts, dates and places of which will be announced later, will be under the auspices of Mesdames Harry Faber, Seymour Satin, Charles Goldberg, David Harris, Alexander Li bow, H. Van Ness, Lou Haffner, George Sugarman, Harry Pato, Matthew Silverstein, Harry Kraff, Ella Silverstein, Jack Felt, Rose Weiss, Morris Goldin, Moe Field, Bertha Yagoda. Ellard Kahn, Lawrence Goldberg, Ray Hoffman and others. Featuring a special program of entertainment, a big rally has been scheduled for 8:15 p.m. Saturday at Flamingo Park. Jack Rosen, former associate municipal judge, will act as master of ceremonies and introduce the speakers and various entertainment acts. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited. Among the other speakers who will appear on the program to indorse Turk's candidacy, wHl be Harold Shapiro, attorney and chairman of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, and James H. Ruby, attorney and civic leader. Two informal receptions, honoring Councilman Harold Turk, will be held Sunday afternoon and evening at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weitzman, from 3 to 6 p.m.. at 5355 La Gorce Drive, and Mrs. Bess Nelson, at 8 p.m.,. at 5950 La Gorce Drive. These are two of several receptions at private homes which have been scheduled between now and election day honoring Councilman Turk. Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear, 1010 West Ave.. will hold an open house reception and fashion show, honoring Turk at 8 p.m., Tuesday, May 31. The fashion show, for men and women, will be presented by the Lincoln Road designer, Margaret Newman. It will be directed by Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, who also will act as commentator. This will be an advance showing of Margaret Newman's famous original designs of sports apparel, modelled by: Mesdames Charles Goldberg, Lou Stoff. Bert Stern, Al Bernard, Irwin Green. Sidney Barr, Ben Dorson, Paul Seiderman, John Owen, Carl Goldberg, Ben Wolf, Harry Mufson, and Norman Moran. Mrs. George Sugarman will be chairman of hostesses, with Mrs. Harry Pato, Mrs. Sam Wiesen and others assisting. Mrs. Louis Glasser (fourth from left) was installed as president of the Dade County last week at the the affair are: (1. to r.) Mrs -Mwri, Broi Women's Organizations of Dade County last week at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Pict !!i the affair are: (1. to r.) Mrs. William Farr. registrar: Mrs. SyWia Chartkof. corresponding Zh Mrs. Charles Enterline. installing officer; Mrs. Glaser; Mrs. Abraham Goodman, second vie* dent; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, recording secretary; Mrs. Harry Kaufman, calendar secretary; v' P D** jamin T. Sherry, treasurer. Mrs. Monte Selig. first vie*; president, was not present at the tim picture was taken. ** t A Marvelous Automobile Tour In July for 4 boys, age 11 or over, with a congenial Hebrew Instructor, well known in local Jewish educational circles. Experienced driver and counselor. The reasonable cost will more than repay itself in financial and educational value. CALL Mr. Joseph Hurwitz at 48-0273 Available for consultation during morning hours. Lebs To Attend Son's Graduation In St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. I. Leb, 1024 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, are leaving on May 30 for St. Louis, Mo., to attend thi graduation o fj their son, Sam, who is gradual ing on June from the Uni versity of St Louis as docto: of medicine. H> will interne at the St. Mary's Group of Hospitals in St. Louis LEGAL NOTICE Teigmans To Be Hosts At Garden Party June 5 Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman, treatment. As the 1410 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, will give a garden party at their home Sunday, June 5, at 3 p.m. in gratitude for the recovery of their daughter, Adel Maxine, who has just returned from Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md., after undergoing four months .WUlt Of thi}; hw regained her treatment Adel health. In recognition of this blessng, Mr. and Mrs. Teigman will make a contribution to the National Children's Cardiac Home. Tk gift, they hope, will serve as a means of helping other children regain their health. FEUER & EISENSTEIN riedbu Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS Building Construction on 14 Years of Experience LEO EISENSTEIN in Miami Buch W. LFETO! .' %  —Aril more Milton Sirkin was elected president of the Miami Beach YM ft YWHA Sunday. May 15, at special ceremonies marking the fifth anniversary of the organisation. Candidate Denies Klaii Membership "It is regrettable," Beach Councilman Herbert A. Frink stated, 'that certain elements are attempting to blacken my character in the present city councilmanic campaign. 1 am not now, nor have I ever been a member of the Ku Klux Klan. Moreover, I strongly supported and made the original motion to adopt a city ordinance which outlaws hooded organizations such as the Ku Klux Klan." Frink's statement was prompted by an attack made at a political rally Wednesday evening by Mike Faust, also a candidate, in which h e called Frink an ex-member of the Klan. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THfc 11TH .TUIHUIAL flRCl'lT IN AND Knit DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA — IN CM \NCERY. No. 186067. MITCHELL FRIES, Plaintiff. vs. ROSE FRIES, Defendant TO ROSE FRIES %  < %  • Blake Road Hrookline. Massachusetts YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to file y.ur appearance to the Bill of Complaint for divorce filed against you by MITCHELL FRIES, on or before the 2.',th day of June, 1949, otherwise the allegations of .said Bill will be taken as confessed aaralnm you. 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PAGE TWELVE +Jiwi$t> Fkrtftor 22^*127,194g Roberta Weiner, 13 Year Old Soprano, To Appear In Concert At Miami Y The Miami YM & YWHA will present thirteen-year-old Roberta Weiner, soprano, in a concert Sunday evening. June 5. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Y Building. An eighth grade student at the Shenandoah Junior High School. Roberta moved to Miami with her parents in 1946, from Pittsburgh, Pa. She lost no time in winning a name for herself in the musical field. Winner of prizes in 1946 and 1947 on the "Crusader Kids" program. Roberta has been guest star on Eve Tcllegen's program has appeared on the •"Talented Youth" program and is currently singing for the "Foremost American Youth" program. The young soprano won superior ratings from the National Federation of Music Clubs in 1947 and was selected to represent Miami at a convention of Florida Music Teachers at the McAllister Hotel. Highly acclaimed wher. she appeared at the Bayfront Park concerts with Caesar La Monica's band. Roberta was personally introduced to a large and enthusiastic audience bv Mayor Robert L. Floyd. Roberta, who will sing in Italian. Yiddish, German. Spanish, as well as English, will be accompanied on the piano by her teacher, Miss Louise Sparrenberger. Her selections will range from classical to musical comedy. An added attraction will be a series of dances by Rosemarv Hutton. Roberta Weiner Xorth Shore I nil Install* Leaders Mrs. Mark Silverstein was installed as president of the North Shore Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith in ceremonies Wednesday evening at the Saxony Hotel. Installing officer and guest speaker of the evening was Paul Seiderman, former vice president of the New York Metropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith. Seiderman is a Zukernirk Will Oppose Sales Tax Harry Zukernick candidate for the Miami Beach city council will vigorously oppose a municipal general sales tax, gross receipts tax, or a sales tax on commodities Of any specific business, he said Tuesday. "We have federal and state taxes on tobacco, cosmetics and other merchandise." Zukernick said, "and we should not add to the tax burdens of the people of Miami Beach." Zukernick believes Dade county school authorities should establish an adequate football stadium for Miami Beach High school. "Miami Beach, paying approximately 30 per cent of the taxes in Dade county, is the only Florida city of comparable population that does not have an adequate football stadium," Zukernick said. Zukernick today pledged strict observance of the city ordinance prohibiting political signs on vacant lots. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph Shagun of Westport, Conn, and Miami Beach, were hosts Thursday night at a dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Zukernick. More than 100 guests attended. — Al'ln.' I Mrs. Mark Silverstein former assistant district attorney in Kings County. Other officers installed include vice president, Mrs. Malcolm First. Mrs. David Shiftman, Mrs. Selma Leban: recording secretary, Mrs. Melvin J. Richard; councilor, Mrs. Stanley Phillips: historian. Mrs. Ben Seidler; sentinel, Mrs. Sidney Stolman; trustees. Mrs. Sam Solloway and Mrs. Clarence Samuel. Mrs. Silverstein succeeds Mrs. Stanley Phillips, the first chater president of the North Shore organization. Beach Man Rescues Youth From Drowning Robert Levy. 35-year-old president of the Elkay Distributing Co., who lives at 11 Belle Isle, Miami Beach, was credited with saving the life of a youth who fell into Biscavne Bay while fishing from a Venetian Causeway bridge. Seeing the plight of Stanley Bauman, 16, who was caught in a strong current which was sweeping him past the home of Charlie Farrell, Levy, who was a party guest at the Farrell home, jumped into the water fully clothed and swam 30 yards to the boy's rescue. Beth El PTA To Sponsor Danee A tropical square dance will be I held in the Beth El patio on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. under the auspices of the Beth El Parents Teachers Association. Penford Akins and his Tropical Sunshine Playboys will provide the hillbilly music, with featured entertainment by various artists of his group. The Beth El Sisterhood is aiding in this function by providing the refreshments, and the proceeds of the dance are earmarked the completion of the Beth El playground. Milton Sachs will officiate as master of ceremonies. Prizes will be awarded and games played. The dance committee consists of Mrs. S. Polin, chairman, Mrs. I. Knall, Mrs. M. Grauer. Mrs. Mahler, Mrs. L. Rose, Mrs. S. Kravitz, Mrs. Y. Sternstein, Mrs. R. Schwartz, Mrs. W. Miller and Mrs. R. Cohen. Ticket-are available at $1 each, and may be obtained by calling Mrs. Polin at 3-0269. BB Young Women to Meet Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter, BBYW, will hold a meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in the games room of the Sorrento Hotel. Members of the Debbs Chapter and Zwitman Chapter, BBYW, have been invited to attend the meeting. Miss Elaine Schwartz will preside. Reports will be heard on the group's participation in the District No. 5 convention of B'nai B'rith Young Adults scheduled for mid-June. Miami Y Boxing Bouts A program of mid-monthly boxing bouts has been begun at the Miami YMHA with the first series Thursday evening, May 19 Admission is free. Roth Scores Cut In Police Force Taking up the cudgels in defense of the homo folks. Burnett Roth, candidate for Miami Beach City council, this week scored the reduction of the police force in the summer. "There was a time." he -aid, "when we had so few year-round residents that a reduced police force could care for them. However, now we have a permanent population of 46,000 and they are entitled to protection of themselves and their property by the city in which they live. "There are stretches miles and miles lorg where there is no police patrol at all. even in patrol cars. Miami Beach is not doing its duty to its residents by leaving them unprotected." A 60-moratorium on apartment house evictions and rental increases is planned by Burnett Roth if his car.didacv is successful. Roth said his first act in office would be to ask that the moratorium to be set up and a committee of landlords and tenants be appointed by the city to study the housing problem on the Beach. Rent decontrol has driven hundreds of people from the Beach, said Roth. Bar Mitzvah Class To Conduct Service Tonight The Bar Mitzvah Class of 1949 (5709) will conduct services at Temple Beth Sholom tonight at 8:15. according to an announcement by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader. Rabbi Kronish. in his sermon, will address the B'nei Mitzvah. The boys who will take part in the service are Donald Appleby, Dalton Becker, Kenneth Beckerman, Richard Brickman, Samuel Ciralsky, Arthur Cohen. Robert Dorson. William Gordon, Charles | Gratz. Robert Lachman. Bernard Meinhardt, Gerald Moss, Stephen Perell, Arthur Ross, Martin Shapiro. Herbert Straus and Mark Tanenbaum. Woolfc Presents A. Ernest (Ernie) Woolfe, left, is shown presenting his prize 12 point antlers with 5 foot spread to Exalted Ruler Morris Warner at the Miami Beach Elks' Club last week. Thirty years ago Woolfe, then a fur trader, was traveling with dog team and sled from Fort Chippewyan to a lonely outpost in Northwest Canada. Caught in a snowstorm Woolfe and his dog Antlers To I Iks team ran short of food. On i portage near Deep Lake Woolfe spotted a huge elk silhouetted against the horizon. One lucky shot from his 303 Savage carbine and Woolfe and his team had food for the remainder of the journey. Woolfe has saved these antlers ever since at his father's home in Alberta, Canada, but sent for them recently, because, as he stated, he wants the Miami Beach Elks Club to have this memento of his close association and warm friendship for all its members. What is the life of a candidate for the Miami Beach city council? Monday, Woolfe, maintains, was one of his easy days. Here is what he did: 10 a.m. attended workers' rally at his headquarters. 1370 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. 12 noon, candidates' luncheon at Raleigh Hotel. 4 p.m., cocktail party of the "Lawyers for Ernie Woolfe" Club at' Alan Gale's Celebrity Club. 8 p.m., meeting of Apartment House Owners Association. 8:30 p.m., Realty Board meeting. 9 p.m., meeting of Zionist board of directors. 9:45 p.m, meeting of Junior Chamber of Commerce of Miami Beach. 1* midnight, home to bed to rest up for another day. Uk, p. .„.. — Annotated Photographers MISS Dorothy Rader (second from right) is congratulated upon her election as president of th e Emma La.arus Business and Professional B nai B'rith Women by Mrs. Beverly Becker (left), first vice president of District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith Women. Also Pictured ar e E. Albert Pallot. president of the B'nai B'rith S? n £?u re f n r Mi f mi ^ who P resided as master of ceremonies, and Miss Ethel Pont (right), retiring president of the group. Masada House Party The Miami Masada will sponsor a house party tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the home of Jerry Simms, 2110 S.W. 16th St. Games. entertainment, refreshments ana dancing will be on the agenda. Contribution is 50 cents ana will go toward Masada projects. Center $S£Hf Z? K JHLH l *• • %  craft, da..., of the Miami Beach &&

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and TH E JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAYTMAY 27, 1949" PRICE TEN CENTS kraeli Delegates At Lausanne Firm Lainst Concessions; Impasse Possible jTA) — Recent man snortly before the November elections that if Israel wished to I fflffi 0-m between ^Sinister Moshe Sharett WeS delegation to the !^K hracli-United Nations parC w have not eliminated the #ST!f. C total deadlock of STJeace talks. %  iTKltar Eytan, director-genPJKTUS Foreign Minisjgation, reconvinced k'andtStl: retain. Western Galilee, which the U.N. General Assembly allotted to the Arabs, she would have to make compensatory territorial concessions elsewhere. The Israelis rejected all suggestions that they yield Western Galilee or yield other territory in jof Israel as the 59th member as exchange for it even before the a sign that the U.N. is not only Israeli Labor Minister Reports to Knesset On Unemployment; 5,000 Idle TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Labor Min-. and professional workers, ister Golda Myerson, in a report Mrs. Myerson said that as a this week to the Knesset on the result of government loansunemployment situation in the, totaling $1,800,000—extended to Jewish state, declared that there various localities in March for ,.,.. cnnn „,..„„.,, :JIi„ \g !" ithe construction of public works, were 5,000 persons idle in May, appro ^ ataly 2,000 laborers were of whom 75 per cent were ungiven errip i 0 yment while 2,800 skilled workers. She emphasized | persons found publlc works iobs during April and May. The Israeli Evatt Cites Israeli Admission To U.N. FLUSHING MEADOWS, (JTA) —Palestine and Israel figured conspicuously in the closing speeches this week before the United Nations General Assembly by Assemply president Dr. Herbert V. Evatt and SecretaryGeneral Trygve Lie. Dr. Evatt cited the admission A from Geneva convinced fit Sited Nations Conciliaproposition was formally put to them by the commission. Israel seeks some frontier rectification which would give it the towns of Tulkarem and Qalkilya in central Palestine and thus bring the The israei. >•'"-: f ': pr .Bthened whole Mediterranean coastal £ a sta h n 8 d 4SSSTSS Plain under its rule. t£ The Israeli delegates beK? the Arab threat to quit the a bluff and they are '^om^lsiion^rproposalsfor eli i ^ 0 i-conference at Gen ge^conc^ionsonthe^fue • on were unacceptable a dynamic peoples organization but a "growing representative body." Lie mentioned Palestine as one of the "trouble spots" of the world that the U.N. is facing. "In Palestine and the whole Near East there are many wounds to heal," Lie said. "The armistice the new state's need for skilled ;;SSre^tocallit.MeanSle. the three-nation Conciliation Commission is making every Sort to prevent the present deadlock from developing into a breakdown. ,. The Israeli delegation believes that the first phase of the conference is concluded. The delegation is being reduced to about half its original strength but, at the same time, Col. Yigal Yadin, Israeli chief of staff, is expected here this week. The commission hopes that Col. Yadin can be convinced of the advantages to Israel ol concluding peace with the Arab states at this stage and not ki the distant future. The position taken by the United States in relation to the future frontiers of Israel was conddered here this week a key facto in the settlement of this diftss&t question. T Israeli delegation to the coniemitt now in session here wider the auspices of the U.N. Conciliation Commission for Palestine has been advised that the American members of the threenation commission is bound by the statement of President TruMediator Prepares Plan To Break Israeli-Syriau Arinistiee Deadlock LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—Brig. Gen. William E. Riley, chief of staff to Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, acting U.N. mediator for Palestine, arrived here this week by air for consultations with Dr. Bunche on the deadlocked Israeli-Syrian armistice negotiations. Reliable United Nations sources stated that a new formula designed to break the deadlock between Israel and Syria will be submitted to both sides within a week's time. The new plan has been formulated by Bunche. It will be delivered to both governments by Riley upon his return to Palestine. Court Reverses Conviction Of Priest Arrested For Anti-Semitic Speech WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The ( Rev. Terminiello, who was unUnited States Supreme Court this der suspension as a priest at the week reversed the conviction of, time he made his speech but was Rev. Arthur W. Terminiello, a i a t e r reinstated in a parish, spoke Catholic priest, who was charged with breaching the peace by delivering an anti-Semitic speech in Chicago three years ago. The decision, based on the argument that free speech must be maintained even when the speaker's words stir people to anger and unrest, was reached by a five to four majority. leach Zionist District Names Delegates To ZOA Convention In New York The entire range of Zionist activities in the past year, the events in relation to Israel and the future program of the ZOA, *ill be the subjects of discuslions and action at the 52nd annual conventhn of the Zionist Organization ol America which gffl be held in New York today trough Monday at the Hotel Sutler in New York. Delegates and alternates to the %  convention from the Miami Beach ZionL-t District, according to an announcement by President Alfred Stone, are: Dr. David S. An Q( %  we and only f 0r freeholders. CUtV 945 according to City 9* C. w Tomlinson, five of Proposed bond issues have lef eat at the polls. feet lanization, including a stucrv ^ the relationship of Zionism to the world Jewish community as a whole and to the government ana people of Israel. Campaigners are still working relentlessly to come .nearer the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal quota of ?1 881,737 and $1,067,049 has been raised to date, according to an announcement by William D. Singer, president.of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and chairman of the drive. This figure represents 6,811 pledges. Of this sum $191,290 has been brought in by the hotel unit, $520,352 by the trades unit $163.231 by the winter resident$8 \ r 438 by the women's unit, $57,268 bv the metropolitan unit, $5,156 bv the young adult unit $2,059 by &e youth and $49,255 ms^Spa^king the drive are the Forty Niners who have been divided into Beach and Town units, and The new women's group wdl Sign o. raise a minimum of $4,900. The Beach Forty Niners held their first meeting last Thursday. At that time Abraham Goodman was named chief prospector. Others who attended the meeting were Joseph Gardner, Harry Koretzky, Jack A. Ablin, Saul Ashkenazy, Burnett Roth, Seymour Rubin, Abe Halpenn Arthur Perper, George Cohen, bam Lachman, Joseph M. Rose, Sam Prosterman, Jerry Hirsch and Jacob Seidenburg. The Town Forty Niners are led bv Aaron Kanner. A plan to re-solicit a great many contributors whose gifts were "inadequate in the face of the grave emergency which confronts us" was announced yesterday by Leo Chaikin, chairman of the liquor division of the appeal. Chaikin said that a re-solicitation committee was being formed and will hold its first meeting Monday, June 6, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. 'in checking the representation of the liquor division, I am deeply disappointed in the poor showing of our industry," Chaikin stated, in the face of the grave emergency that confronts us as a result of the campaign failure, it becomes necessary to re-solicit many contributors whose 1949 gifts were inadequate. "I am convinced that these people, many of whom contributed as little as ten dollars, will make substantial contributions if they can be made aware of the extreme emergency of the situation. In addition to soliciting new pledges, the campaign workers are now attempting to collect unpaid pledges. "With 1700 open accounts representing a total of $622,765 in unpaid pledges to the appeal," Singer said, "we are making a concerted effort to bring the money in. "This money must be collected if Federation is to make good its commitments to the United Jewish Appeal and the 55 beneficiary agencies" Singer continued. He urged all contributors who have not yet paid their pledges to do so immediately and made an appeal for volunteer collectors. "At this time last year the amount of money outstanding in the campaign was $181,930, representing approximately 12 per cent of the pledges," Singer reported, "whereas this year approximately 61 per cent is still uncollected."



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nUDAYJ*""^ Mrs. Myers Named j to CJFWF Committee Mrs Stanley C Myers has been | appointed to the national Com+Je*istrhrkilar) PAGE THREE "KB on Women's Participation m '%nmunal Service, of the ^m on of the growing im2nof local community P„ r a "S divisions as a force in T P vcar found service activities MScan Jewry. Mrs Leo M. GrecnwaW of St. Louis heads the C mTliS the theme of total mobilization for total community Svice." the committee will Inase its P-ogram of aid to loca women's divisions. Involved Will L stimulation of greater service Z the boards and year round committees of federations, welfare funds, and community tounk with women lending their abilities and time to budgeting, community planning, research and in meeting other community needs. The committee will provide active leadership and concrete aid to communities by issuing regular bulletins to spread the benefits of successful local experience, guidance to individual cities, and joint regional and national meetings, and surveys of such women's programs. Singer To Speak William D. Singer, recently elected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be guest speaker in an interview with Hyman Sootin tomorrow night on the Jewish Forum Hour from 8 to 9 o'clock over station WWPB. The subject to be discussed will be "What Message To Use To Make the Federation a Dvnamie Factor in Miami Jewish Life." W WM yn rna. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslcy 818 Michigan Arenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 fore the PTA of her school other groups. Candlelight Ceremony To Mark Installation By llailass..I, June 5 A candlehghting ceremony will mark the installation reception to be given by the Miami Group of Hadassah on Monday, June 6, at L P,m / i n thc Bist 'ayne Room' of the McAllister Hotel. Mrs. Murrv Grossman, Southeastern regional vice president for the state of Florida, will be installing officer and Mrs. Morris G. Drapkin wili and Dr. Peritz Scheinberg Awarded Fellowship A fellowship to continue research in brain circulation at [ Duke University has been awardact as mistress of ceremonies. The c ^ to Dr Peritz Scheinberg, son benediction will be given by Mrs Mr ancI Mrs. M. Scheinberg, Harold B. Cohen" Officers to be installed are: Mrs. H. C. Moser, president; Mrs Lionel J. Silverman. first vice president: Mrs. David Sernaker second vice president: Mrs. David Hess^ third vice president; Mrs. i V Weitzr >er. treasurer: Mrs. Joseph Sugerman, financial secretary; Mrs. Milton Weiner, corresponding secretary; Mrs.' Rae Frome, recording secretary. The Maryen Lorrain Dance Studio will present a specially trained troupe of child dancers. Miss Lorrain has received advanced instruction in schools in Chicago and New York, and her students have appeared at many theatres, benefits and social events. Piano selections will be offered by Frayda Buch, 10, who started her music studv at the age of six and a half' in New York. Although Frayda has lived in Miami less than a year, she has already appeared in recitals at the Miami Conservatory where she is a pupil of Hans Barth, be400 S.W. 9th Ave. For the past year Dr. Scheinberg has served as associate professor in the medical college at Duke on a fellowship from the American College of Physicians. 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What's more, not even this pittance is really "life" insurance, for at the moment of maturity it often suddenly turns out to be "D.U.C.T." insurance — just about enough, usually, to pay for Debts Undertaker Cemetery Tombstone Yet, what's insurance for if not to provide for INCOME when the breadwinner is gone? And how far will the proceeds go if they are nibbled away from the very start? You may be sure that if the principal is drawn on at the very outset for cemetery and burial costs, other items will follow until the object of providing for the family's future is quickly destroyed. To arrange for the family plot before need, to make sensible provision for kindred expenses, is truly to "insure your insurance." No estate is complete until it includes the deed to a family plot. 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PAGE EIGHT +Je*lstncrMtotl__ Barbara Kalish Wed To Leonard Sehaefer The marriage of Barbara Kalish to Leonard Bruce Sehaefer was solemnized April 10 in Temple Beth Sholom by Rabbi Leon Kronish. Ttie bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Kalish, 1575 Mrs. Leonard Sehaefer Michigan Ave., and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sehaefer, 1220 West 21st St., Miami Beach. The bride wore a gown of white organdy. Her fingertip illusion veil extended from a white sutin and orange blossom crown. She carried a Bible adorned with a white orchid and streamers of sweet peas. Mrs. Joan Levinson was matron of honor and Richard E. Levinson was best man. A reception at the Shelborne Hotel followed the ceremony. The couple is living at 7800 Dickens Ave., Miami Beach. Joan Tillinger Wed To Victor E. Hanan Joan Shirlev Tillinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tillinger. 2034 S.W. 14th Terr., became the bride of Victor Eli Hanan, son of Mrs. Eli Hanan, Montgomery, Ala., May 15 with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of aqua marquisette with a yoke of point de Venise, fitted bodice and a ballerina length full skirt. Her veil extended from a crown of tulle. She wore lace mits and carried orchids and stephanotis. Mrs. Sol W. Katz of Jacksonville, matron of honor for her niece, was attired in lilac lace. She wore a picture hat and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Bernard Hanan served as his brother's best man. Ushering were Jerry Tillinger, brother of the bride, and Mr. Katz. A reception followed the ceremony. The bride's mother chose aqua crepe for the ocension and the bridegroom'sjnothcr was in gray. Both wore orcnid corsages. Following a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple will live in Birmingham. The bride graduated from Miami Senior High and was affiliated with Tri Beta sorority. She attended the University of Miami, where she pledged Sigma Delta Tau sorority and was a member of the Triangle Club, big sister honorary group. Mr. Hanan was graduated from the University of Alabama, where he was elected to Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary, and Alpha Epsilon Delta honorary. He served as president of Kappa Nu social fraternity. He is now a special Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnhard of Miami Beach are motoring to Charleston, S. C, to visit their son and daughter-in-law, the Howard J. Barohards, who are both medical students at the Medical College of South Carolina. Howard will graduate June 2 and will intern at the Charleston Navy Hospital. He was one of 200 medical students throughout the country chosen by the Navy to be commissioned lieutenant (jg) in the Medical Corps of the Naval Reserve. Shortly after graduation, the senior Barnhards will leave for an extended tour of Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel of Miami Beach are vacationing in the Bronx, N. Y. Mrs. Appel is president of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged. The Appels will be joined by their daughter, Mrs. Civie Pertnoy. and granddaughter. Lois Ivy, who will fly up for the wedding of Mr. Appels niece, Bemice Appel. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Sandier, 1758 S.W. 23rd St., returned Sunday from the president s club conference of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company held at Ponte Vedra, Fla. The trip was a second honeymoon for the Sandlers who will celebrate their 21st wedding anniversary tonight at a family dinner with their daughters, Charlotte, Myma and Carol. Mr. and Mrs. Sam LeVine, who were recently married in Columbus, Ohio, arrived in Miami Sunday and will make their home here. Mrs. LeVine is the former Rita Solomon of this city. The couple is temporarily residing at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Solomon, 1900 S.W. 17th Ten. A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rimer, 6320 Allison Road, Sunday afternoon from 3 to 6 will honor Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Pushkin on their golden wedding anniversary. Relatives and friends of the Pushkins are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Horowitz of Staten Island, N. Y., announce the birth of a son, Alan Donald, bom April 20. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. + + Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Cantor of Brooklyn, N. Y., who recently spent a vacation in Miami Beach, were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, during their stay. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rabenowich and daughter, 3025 S.W. 7th St., left Tuesday morning for an extended stay in the North. Their itinerary will include New York, Canada and Wisconsin. After July 4th they will be at Park Falls, Wisconsin. Mrs. Bernard I. Gelbert, circulation manager of The Jewish Floridian, was called to Brookline, Mass., Sunday, on the death of her father, Solomon I. Savitz. While in Brookline, Mrs. Gelbert is staying at 1581 Beacon St. Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Michnoff, 1982 Marseilles Drive, Miami Beach, will fly to New York tomorrow for three weeks. While there Dr. Michnoff expects to take a post qraduate course in pyorrhea. The Michnoffs will return here on June 19. Mrs. Bertram Miller, 5493 Bay Road, Miami Beach, was hostess at a luncheon Wednesday at the Kinqston Hotel in honor of A. Ernest Woolfe. Thirty-five club women attended. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Goldblatt of Long Beach, Cal., announce the birth of a daughter, Bemice Celia, Saturday. Grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goldblatt, 3114 N.W. 22nd Ave Mrs. N. S. Jacobson of Miami Beach is now recuperating at the home of her brother. M. J. Roth, Allison Road, Miami Beach, after an operation at St. Francis Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kaplan spent last weekend in St. Petersburg making arrangements for their son to enter Admiral ranagut Academy in the fall. agent with the Prudential Insurance Co. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Clara Surtz, Mrs. May Halperin. Mrs. Frank Buchsbaum, Savannah, Ga.; Mrs. Matilda Franco. Atlanta; Mrs. Eli Crapouya, Montgomery; Mrs. Rudy Moss, Harold Katz, Jacksonville. Mrs. Kronish To Entertain Mrs. Leon Kronish, wife of the spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, will be hostess to the new officers and board members of the Sisterhood today. The board will begin its meeting at 10:30 and will be entertained at luncheon by Mrs. Kronish. You Have Tried the Rest-Now Try the Best NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS inn 1255 CORAL WAY (next to Parkway Thaatra) Very Finest Quality Orders Delivered Promptly Under supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director ONE TRIAL WILL SURELY MAKE YOU A SATISFIED CUSTOMER Phone 9-0968 and ask for Jerry or Abe Keyser-Abramowitz Betrothal Told. Reception To Honor Couple Sunday' thy Keyser to S t an i ev Abramowitz has • announced by her n ar ents.Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Keyser, 1455 S.W. i 8th The bride-elect j. graduate of Miami fo nn High School and if'; ployed in media reseat for th e August DorrTd vertising Accncy. ft, fiance son of Mr j Mrs. Joseph Abramowib 935 S.W. 11th Ave at tended City College of New York and is engaged in interior decorati !" with the Royal P a i m 8 Furniture Co. Parents of th e brideelect are holding a reception Sur.d;,v, Mav 29 from 2 to 5 p.m. i n hoW of tthe engaged couple at the Coral Gables Woman s Club,, 1009 East Ponce de Leon Blvd Wedding will take place early in September —Today Myron —Tooloy Myron Barnett Jacobskmd Barnett Jacobskind To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind 1765 S.W. 16th Terr., announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son Barnett, to be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation 1101 S.W. 12th Avo Barnett has received the greater part of his formal religious training from Rabbi Simon April and has been a student at the Miami Hebrew School since it opened in 1946. He i= a student at Shenandoah Junior High School and a member of Bov Scout Troop No. 85. Sharing in the celebration with his parents, who have been Miami residents for the past 25 years, are his two sisters, Tobie and Lorraine; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rappaport; and his paternal grandfather, Loub Jacobskind, all of Miami. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services and the reception immediately following at the synagogue. Nuptials Set For Sunday Miss Joan Beverly Bloom and David Julius Dubof will be joined in marriage at the Beth Jacob synagogue, Sunday afternoon, May 29, by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. A reception will be held in the Beth Jacob banquet hall following the formal wedding ceremony. DUNCRAGGAN INN HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. 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LMV.MAVP.HW ft Miamians Will [Attend BB Conclave +Jewistncriciirin PAGE FIFTEEN Pnrtv-nine men and women Irnting B'nai B'rith Lodges •s Chapters in Greatly women's Chapters in urwv 1" Miami will leave tomorrow J er inTat 9 o'clock for Savan."Tfia to attend the annual Jistrict Grand Lodge No. 5 Conr^ewomen's delegation will be I. 2£i bv Mrs. Beverly Becker, lr e ct vice president of the WomKSSrfct Grand Lodge. The fewmj presidents will also atIfffirs Scvmour Satin, Miami ln,h I odce 'Mrs. William Hech|S e r aC Col Gables Chapter; past ISsiden Mrs. Stanley Phillips, Ch Shore Chapter; Miss DoroIfhv Rader. Emma Lazarus B. & |p Mrs. Sam Silver, past presiIJ-'„. Qtati? Federation and Miss IS lPont. president of the Florida Federation of Women s Chapiters. E. Albert Pallot, president In'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami and Charles R. Jacobson, ouncil executive director will Ihead the men's delegation. Louis iHeiman and Isaac Levin, past I District Grand Lodge presidents I will attend. David R. Isen, president of Miami Beach Lodge; John I Kronenfeld, president of Sholem I Lodge: Jerome R. Adelman, president of Coral Gables Lodge, will ho to the meet. Martin Rosen Iwill represent Isaac Levin Lodge. |or Norman Russ, Sam Weinfeld and Jack Lawson will represent North Shore Lodge and Myron Isusman. Alvin Budner and Howlard Levine will be delegates from [Tropical Loci Re. Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defairation League of B'nai B'rith, [will also attend the conclave. Balkin will participate in ADL panel presentations before both the Men's District Convention and I the Women's District ConvenI tion, which are being held simul| taneously in Savannah. Theme of the Men's District ADL panel will be: "Community and Legal Action for Better Human Relations." The Women's Convention ADL panel will center around the role of the B'nai [B'rith Women's Chapters in advising the ADL program for ', fitting bigotry and advancing tarocratic group relations. Pennsylvania Club To Hold Dance Tomorrow The Pennsylvania Club, composed of University of Pennsylvania alumni living in the Greater Miami area, will hold a dinner dance tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock at the Coral Gables Country Club, according to Aaron Smith, club treasurer. Highlights of the evening will be motion pictures of the school's 1948 football games and athletic relays, as well as presentation of architectural sketches of the wwly proposed West Philadelphia campus of the university. Strictly Confidential Israel now has a Jewish population of about 800,000 and an A c r nAn5 opulation of approximately 150,000 The density of population in Israel today is 58 per square kilometer Without the Negev it would be 157 per square kilometer ... It is estimated that three and a half to five billion dollars will be required to create employment for the new immigrants Israel is no longer a predominantly agricultural country .. The ratio between agriculture and industry is growing daily in favor of industry ... Of the fifteen million dunam of land in the State of Israel, only some 12% is in Jewish hands, and the rest is mainly Arab property If the population is to maintain a decent standard of living a new and bigger project utilizing the minerals in the Dead Sea to a fuller extent than heretofore must Beach Center To Hold Picnic The Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious Schools will hold their annual picnic Sunday at Crandon Park. Students and parents will leave by chartered buses and private cars from the school building at 1415 Euclid Ave. at 10 a.m. The program of the day will include games, a song festival, campfire, and talent show, directed by Mrs. Lillian Fox. dramatics teacher at the Center. Athletic activities will be under the director of Jerry Carver, athletics director of the Miami Beach Y. Luncheon will be served by the Sisterhood of the Jewish Center under the supervision of Mrs. Arthur Klein, president, Mrs. Harry Rogers and Mrs. Sigmund Schermer. be set up i srae ,. s econ LS going through a very severe strain it will ake t i me and heioic effort to normalize condign 8 u• V Pr l vate '"vestments will have to play a big role in the straightening out of Israel's economy During its existence as a state, Israel has already imported $11,000,000 in materials from the United States and exported $2,000,000 of cargoes to the 2j**g? •• • • Morc tnan haif of the ^9,000 immigrants who arrived in Israel during December 1948 were brought over by Israeli ships The Israeli Government is considering plans to establish an automobile assembly plant in Jerusalem Serge Koussevitsky, retiring conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, has donated part of his personal library of orchestral scores to the Hebrew University. Sorority Honors New | Phi Sigma Sigma Actives at Spring Formal Holds Skit Nit Delta Phi Epsilon sorority honored its newly-inducted actives at its annual spring formal recently at the Saxony hotel. The new actives include: Elaine Snyder, Elaine Meyers, Margie Epstein, Sybil Unger, Tamara Kaplan, Elaine Honigfeld and Rella Cohen. Following dinner, the girls and their guests danced the first dance of the evening to the music of Mark Marks and his orchestra. Carole Tannen, past president, and Rozanne Galumbeck, newlyinstalled president, made presentation of awards for. the 1948-49 year. Chosen outstanding non-officeholding active of the year, Toby j Phi Sigma Sigma sorority presented their third annual Potpourri Varsity Show Saturday night, April 23, at the Bayfront Auditorium. Proceeds from the show, sponsored by Phi Sigma Sigma in cooperation of all campus organizations, went to the National Children's Cardiac Home. The judges, Jack Bell, Dr. D. R. Larson, Mrs. Doris Reno, Mrs. Eve Tellegan and Murray Weinger awarded first place honors to Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity and gave honorable mention to Pi Lambda Phi and Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternities. This year the finalists selected IIOV Chapter To Seat Officers At the installation held Sunday, May 22, in the Beth El Center, Mrs. Rose Pertes was inducted as the president of DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organization of America. Other chapter officials installed were: Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk, first vice president; Mrs. Martha Sacks, second vice president; Mrs. Anna Bear, third vice president; Mrs. Sam Geltner, recording secretary; Mrs. Clara Bretholtz, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Max S. Newberger, financial secretary; Mrs. Bessie Rosenberg, treasurer. A meeting will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the Beth El Center, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., at which time the new officers will officiate. U-M Night Classes To Be Held During Summer Evening classes at the Unij versity of Miami, under the direction of the Division of Adult Education, will start the first summer session on June 15, continuing through July 27. The second summer session is scheduled for Aug. 1 to Sept. 8. Courses offered will include accounting, botany, business law, commercial art, economics, engineering drawing, English, geography, history, human relations, industrial training, journalism, management, marketing, mathematics, mechanical engineering, music, psychology, radio, Russian, sociology, Spanish, speech and zoology. Registration for the courses will be at the office of the Division of Adult Education, administration, main campus, on June 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and June 13 and 14 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Full information on available courses may be obtained at the office, or by addressing the dean of the Division of Adult Education, Dr. William P. Dismukes. 1....!• %  %  ; .-.,.;.. i u fj r\ V i ins year me imansis seieciea K25*?J 1 £ C 5KS £Si£JKSK to compete for the two cups ph Stramer Memorial trophy for IS?f E DS! on Pi h^riuh 7^ chol.nrt.ip to Renee Leibovitz. R5&JBl^lEd Tau Epsilon Phi. e scnoiarsnip Helen May and Dolly Levick were cited for meritorious service to the group during the year. Also honored at the affair were new officers, including: Joy Morris, vice president; Dolly Levick, corresponding secretary; Shirley Gerstein, recording secretary; Irma Schwartz, treasurer; Toby Leonard, pledge mother; Betty Berman, good and welfare chairman. Graduating seniors, Carole Tannen, Nori Stramer, Selma I Richman, and Bernice Lyons, re-' ceived gifts from the sorority at a Mother's Day luncheon held recently at the Delano hotel. Also feted at the luncheon were Marian Ginsberg, Dolly Levick and Ruth Margaretten, who recently became engaged. HOROWITZ KOSHER INN 331 1st Avenue West HENDERSONVIILE. N. C. Announces the re-opening of their 27th season with an expert cook under the supervision of Mr. and Mrs. A. Horowitz. Special seasonal rates. Write to Horowitz Kosher Inn for reservations. ELECT JUDGE A. J. KAPLAN TO CITY COUNCIL Common Sense and Hard Work in City Government" PULL LEVER NO. M ON JUNE / Pot. Adv. Pd. for by Friends Jewish Musical Hour To Aid JNF Tree Drive The Jewish Musical Hour, under the direction of Jacob Schachter, heard over station WTTT on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, and on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week at 1 p.m., will inaugurate its week's drive for the "Plant a Tree in Israel" Division of the Jewish National Fund, Monday with an interview by Norman R. Lyons, program news commentator, with Harold Shapiro, local chairman of the JNF. Listeners are requested to telephone tree purchases during the program time, and acknowledgments will be made by Lyons and Schachter on the air. Magician To Appear On Luncheon Club Program "Fun With Magic" will be the theme of a talk and demonstration by the Amazing Maurice at the luncheon club meeting of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, today at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtowner Restaurant. President John Kronenfeld will issue final instructions to the 11 delegates representing the lodge at the District Convention in Savannah May 28-31. Luncheon club chairman, William L. Pallot, will preside. Temple Sisterhood To Sponsor Card Party The Sisterhood of Temple Israel will sponsor a card partyMonday, June 6, at 2 p.m. at Kaplan Hall for the benefit of the "House of Living Judaism," a project of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. All members are asked to brirg their HLJ banks with at least five dollars in them. A prize will be presented to the largest contributor. For reservations call Mrs. Nat Williams at 5-0116 or Mrs. Maxwell Hyman at 5-1988. Arthur HHaiitz Sunday School Party Rabbi Moses Mescheloff announces the close of this year's Sunday School sessions at Congregation Beth Jacob with a partygiven for the students Sunday morning. A special program has been prepared for the occasion by faculty member, Mrs. M. Wegman. Refreshments will be served. HE MERITS YOUR SUPPORT ELECT MIKE FAUST Resident of Miami Beach 33 years • Low cost housing • Create Health & Sanitation Departments • Police & Fire Sub-stations • Lighting & Sewer Systems Improvements • More Beaches & Playground • Increase Civil pensions • Elected representatives from each precinct • Yearly parking it.ckers to create go-?4 w*V • Preference for !o wk -s BACKGROUND t. CIVIC ACHIEVEMENT PULL LEVER NO. 6 (IMid Political ,\dv.) 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 JPNILON DARBY RATHMAN FOR CITY COUNCIL — JUNE 7th PULL LUCKY LEVER 13 (Paid Political Adv.) 7 f Junior A COMPLETE NEW UNI OF & Misses DRESSES PETER PAH FROCKS Director of the Ardmore Studio on Miami Beach, says: ^rtisUc imagination is the prime requisite of a perfect photographed is so important in travel as well I recognize and appreciate Ss talent in FARR and -that a whv I always recommend FARH £ those of my clients who talk of visiting all over the world. FARR 'Your Travel Agent" IMPORTANT NOTICE Tickets to the Miami Zionist District's outing, celebrating THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY of the STATE of ISRAEL which will be held at the Quarterdeck Yacht Club Sunday, May 19th, from 2 p. m. to midnight, can be purchased at Pier 9, City Dodos, Sunday starting at 1 p. m. 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^AYM AY 27, 1949 Talianoff Named To ADL Council rcoree J. Talianoff, former Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Jrith has been named to the National Council of the Joint Del e Appeal, Charles W. Morns, Louisville, JDA council chairman has announced. The JDA is the fund-raising i n f the American Jewish rZmi tee and the Anti-Defama^Tcafiue of B'nai BTith-the S oldest and largest Jewish enc>es devoted to fostering democratic principles, combatting hieotry and promoting intergroup hrmonv in the United States. £ JDA is a beneficiary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federals a member of the JDA National Council, Talianoff will join with more than 700 communal tra de and industrial figures from all sections of the country who have enrolled as representatives of their communities to advance the twin tasks of interpreting the work of the JDA agencies and in securing the funds with which to carry on the program of extending human rights. Others from Miami who are already serving on the JDA National Council include: Leonard Abess, Abraham Aronovitz, Maurice Gusman, Burnett Roth and Harold Turk. Mr. Abess is also a member of the Council's executive committee. Hadassah Group Installs Leaders The Deborah Group of Hadassah held its installation luncheon for its newly-elected officers and board of directors Wednesday at the Versailles Hotel. Mrs. William H. Levy, chairman, served as toastmistress. She was assisted by Mrs. Herbert Gutman, co-chairman, and the Mesdames Bernard Fuller, Edward Chase, Louis Sales, Lewis Gorfine, Alex Strauss, Daniel Richter, Paul Enfield, Joseph Postol, Marvin Silver and Jerry Granger. Mrs. Leo Levin, retiring presitart, was presented with a silver platter in "appreciation of her Mites and inspiration to the group," Presentation was made by Mrs. Louis Gidney, newly-elected president. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, was installing officer. Mrs. Ben Feldman sang a group of semi-classical numbers accompanied by Mrs. Hortense Arvan ut the piano. ^J^islthridliair PAGE ELEVEN Powell Plays llolo In Sinai Progress The role played by Councilman D. Lee Powell of Miami Beach in helping obtain the Mt. Sinai Hospital was stressed this week by leading citizens. Replying to inquiries of the press concerning Powell's work in connection with the enteipnse Max Orovitz, president of Mt' Sinai, stated that Mr. Powell is one of a group of Miami Beach citizens who were of great assistance. Testifying before the War Assets Administration in Washington Powell's knowledge of the needs of Miami Beach helped to persuade the federal government to turn the Nautilus property over to the city of Miami Beach for hospital purposes, Orovitz added. Lee Powell introduced the resolution in the city council authorizing the operation of the hospital by Mt. Sinai, which will minister to all residents of Greater Miami. It will be non sectarian, both as to staff and patients. In addition to private rooms it will have charity wards and facilities for low income patients, 200 beds in all. Its medical and surgical facilities will be complete, with the most modern equipment available. Lee Powell's efforts to help get Mt. Sinai for the people of Miami Beach is in line with similar accomplishments in the past, it is pointed out. He is largely responsible for the preservation of the Bay Shore golf course as a recreational area for residents and visitors to Miami Beach. When private owners planned to fill it with apartments and hotels he persuaded them to give an option to the city, then spearheaded the campaign to have the city buy it. He has brought $275,000 into the city treasury to" date, with thousands of dollars more to come every year, by persuading the Miami Beach Railway Company to pay a gross receipts tax for E. Lee Powell hurricanes. Raised and educated in Brooklyn, Lee Powell has lived in Miami for 26 years, during which he has been a civic and business leader. Powell's platform includes the following planks: Early completion of auditorium;' additional attractions for summer! visitors; a more efficient police department; increased personnel j and additional equipment for fire department; an expanded publicity program; modernization of city-wide street lighting; replacing inadequate bridges with view to eliminating bottlenecks; more off-street parking areas; additional storm sewers for better drainage; expansion of park and recreational facilities for adults and young alike; better enforcement of zoning for greater protection of property values; promotion and encouragement of cultural activities; early solution to increasing traffic problems; widening and resurfacing streets and high. ways: continuation of the prothe privilege of operating busses gressive and soun d government over city streets. t h at has earned for Miami Beach Throughout his career Lee tne enviable reputation of being Powell has been one of the leaders in the fight to outlaw the Ku Klux Klan in Florida. He is a member of the three-man committee of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews which drafted Bill No. 666, now before the Florida legislature, which will make it a crime to hold a hooded meeting of the Ku Klux Klan. Powell has fought telephone increases, and has led the battle to force the Florida Power and Light Company to put their wires underground. When this work is completed it will put an end to power and light stoppages during one of the most efficiently operated cities in the nation. .BTCBEN SAL"... P W Mad* best, •osierf with U %  .. HOROWITZ-MARGARETEI HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN IK, KOSHEI CANNED BONED CHICKEN Delicious with crisp lettuce, cool celery, luscious tomatoes. Also get HOftOWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS and other chicken products, for tasty, time-and-work-saving menus. 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J :^^f,^x^y.:i-'iinr^pa^sas!c§a^3^.sffsss^^ PAGE TWO +JeisHk>ridHan FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1949 Mia mi an Wins Fraternity Honor Edward Klein of Miami and Ed Stem of Plant City were named best senior and best freshman respectively by the University of Florida Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. The presentation of these awards was the highlight of the fraternity's annual senior banquet held recently at the Campus Club in Gainesville. Keys were awarded to each and and their names will be engraved on the fraternity plaques. Klein, who received the award on the basis of service to the fraternity throughout his college career, is a senior in law school and will receive his degree this summer. He has distinguished himself on the campus of the university in many fields. A member of the Law Review, he has served as president of Tau Kappa Alpha, honorary debate society, was a member of the varsity debate squad and played in the university band. Stern, whose honor was given for scholarship, extracurricular activities and fraternity service, is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary, and the Florida Alligator, campus weekly publication. Farband Boat Ride A moonlight boatride aboard the yacht Seven Seas will be sponsored by the Ben Gurion Branch of Miami of the Farband Sunday evening at 8:30. The boat will leave from Pier 8, City Yacht Basin, according to Dr. Harry H. Queen, chairman of the organization. Entertainment will be offered. Tickets are $1.25 and proceeds will go to the Jewish National Fund. Bill Burbridge Tours Mt. Sinai Hospital MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod SoU and Fill of Any Rind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER Trieij aM uKuifc BucLoei&e/i Dean of the city council William (Bill) Burbridge, right, is greeted by Mt. Sinai hospital board of trustees Max Orovitz, left, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. They escorted Burbridge on a tour of inspection at the new hospital to study the progress of building reconstruction. Mt. Sinai is located at the former Nautilus hotel, 43rd St. and the Bay. Budweiser ANHEUSER-BUSCH SAINT IOUIJ Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, Inc. SAM BLANK. Pres. Phone 2-7401 Miami, Fla Progress in reconstruction of the former Nautilus Hotel for the new Mt. Sinai hosDital has reached the half-way mark, it was learned today. Max Orovitz, president of the hospital board of trustees, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, former president and currently member of the board, escorted William (Bill) Burbridge, dean of the city council, on a tour of the hospital job yesterday. Rehabilitation of the Nautilus for use as a civilian hospital began Jan. 5 of this vear, the hospital officials said. At that time the city of Miami Beach transferred the property to the Mt. Sinai organization. It is planned to open Mt. Sinai on October 1. Cost of the complete reconstruction and repairs i:; expected to total S200.000. The Nautilus property was obtained by the city of Miami Beach from the War Assets Administration last January. The Mt. Sinai organization, a non-profit Florida corporation, has the privilege of buying the property after 20 years, it was learned. When con.pleted the hospital will house facilities for some 200 patients. Of this number there will be beds and medical departments to care for 26 Negro patients. Mt. Sinai will be operated on a non-sectarian and nonracial basis. Hospital officials explained that rehabilitation work began with clearing of debris accumulated during many months that tht Nautilus was unused after the war. In World War II it served as an army hospital. Two hurricanes had left their marks on the grounds. In addition the sea wall had crumbled in places. When opened in October the new hospital will be stronger than it was when originally built 26 years ago by Miami Beach developer Carl Fisher. In addition to all modern facilities for medical and surgical care, the new Mt. Sinai building will boast four of the latest type fire escape chutes. The new devices VOTE FOR FIVE FOR CITY COUNCIL • One Good Pick is HARRY ZUKERNICK 14 Years ervice in Community Interest* Home Ownei ittom*) are being installed along with rehabilitation work. Mt. Sinai officials said that a newer building will be added later on Collins islands, to house an additional 300 beds. At present hospital personnel will be lodged in houses now standing on Collins island. Lionel J. Silverman is executive secretary of the hospital. 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*w*ra*SKSi FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1945 I'll Say... *J€Msi)nr>riri£ !" PAGE SEVENTEEN By HARRY SIMONHOFF San Francisco: Past And Present In California 1848, a field hand, Jim Marshall by name, rushed to tell his employer that there was plenty of gold on his farm. The news got out, and a mad scramble began for John Sutter's Mill People streamed in from the eastern half of the U.S., from Latin America, from Europe, from China. Jewish Forty Niners In the great gold rush that followed, Jews also came with the other "49ers." From New Orleans, Boston, Charleston, New York, Savannah, Philadelphia. Richmond, they trekked across the continent in covered wagons, braving the dangers of Indians, of cholera, of desperadoes, of floods, of deserts, of shortages in food and water. Some got passage on the Pacific Mail Line and sailed from New York all the W ay south through the equator, around the tip of Argentina called Cape Horn, then up the west coast Others took a boat to Panama and walked four days across the mountainous Isthmus. (There was no canal in those days) They felt fortunate if able to board any kind of overcrowded vessel bound for San Francisco. Hardy Jewish adventurers elso came from England, France, Holland, Germany, Russia, and even from distant Australia. Yom Kippur in the Gold Rush When Yom Kippur came around, word spread from mouth to ear that services would be held in a room above a store near Market Street. Lonely, isolated worshipers, unknown to each other swapped stories, discussed mutual problems, and told of the distress among fellow Jews, who sickened by the long voyage, often landed without a penny in turbulent, boisterous, lawless San Francisco. Every one saw the practical advantage of religious organization. But at the first service on the west coast, the cleavage between Germans and East Europeans was definitely marked. Instead of a single congregation, \wo groups immediately planned synagogues according to the respective German and Polish Mining. They also determined on separate benevolent societies, such as dispensed charities in ali cities of the Atlantic seaboard. The Rising Community The community flourished. By 1855, the two synagogues were well e.-tablished. Besides the two benevolent societies, there also runetioneoT a literary dlub: a B'nai B'rith Lodge; a religious school, -the Hepzibah;" a periodical, The Gleaner;" a group for visiting the sick and attending funerals, "the Humane Society;" and a cemetery organization, "the Home of Peace." The reputation of this community spread throughout the land. The foundYiddish 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. N.satir. Program Director er of Reform Judaism in America, the eminent Isaac M. Wise contemplated giving up his pulpit in Albany, N. Y. and applying for the position of Rabbi at the Emanuel Temple of San Francisco. Its Personalities The vigorous energy in this community is best reflected in the various careers of its sturdy pioneers. The hardy adventurers attained success not only as traders but also in the political, judicial, financial, and industrial fields. In 1853, Solomon Heydenfeldt of Charleston, S. C. was already chief justice of the California Supreme Court. Henry Seligman, an early leader in the Emanuel Synagogue, laid the foundation of his banking business, which later assumed a high place among the financial institutions of New York. Isaac Cordoza and Elkan Heydenfeldt were members of the State Legislature four years after California was admitted into the Union. Here, Lazard Bros, started their bank, which they later expanded to New York, London, and Paris. Henry A. Lyons served as a Justice of the Supreme Court. Adolph Sutro, an engineer, after much opposition from powerful banking interests, finally completed the Sutro Tunnel, an original daring project for ventilating mines, and carrying off the excess waters by the gravity flow of 2000 feet elevation, resulting in a vast saving of cost in hoisting ore. He subsequently became mayor of San Francisco and left to the public the Sutro Baths, fountains, statues, an aquarium, and a fine park on Sutro Heights. Benjamin F. Peixotto was the first Consul General to Roumania. The Union Trust Company and the Wells Fargo chain of banks are largely owned and controlled by the descendents of pioneers, who, instead of prospecting for nuggets in the American River, created gold in the infant industries they started in the new frontier state. The contemporary Scene The century mark of this community is now reached. Its colorn, M u ry l s bein 8 written by Dr. Michael M. Zarchin, a pro^'''-.^^.City College of San S nnn'T W ,^ a P 0 P ul ation of XHOV 1 T S l ^ a y one of lh important Jewish centers in the u.a. Yet bearing in mind the energetic, adventurous spirit that obtained among the founders, one cannot shake off a feeling of disappointment in viewing the present community. Not that any organization in contemporary Jewish life is omitted. In fact' it follows a little too faithfully the conventional pattern. In an old Kemilah. as American cities go, one would expect to find some local color, something individualistic something traditional, even at the price of a touch of the quaint or provincial. All the institutions are managed by the plausibly smug and dapper professional beaurocrats, who are reducing the American Jewish community, that is now come of age, to a dead level of stifling mediocrity. Zionism The best evidence of jelling in the organized Jewish life of this famous city can be found in the passivity of Zionism. Of course, this does not mean that there are no ardent and devoted individuals, who are doing excellent work in the Zionist District or the Hadassah Chapter. Yet here this explosive movement has not been vigorous or energetic. In a city where anti-Semitism is at a minimum and where Jews rank high on the economic and social ladder, it is disconcerting to hear that after World War II, there were no vigorous expressions for a Jewish State in the press, public mass meetings, no giant demonstrations, no marching, no picketing. On the eve of the proclamation of Medinas Israel, Zionism here lacked the audacity that gave it tone and character elsewhere. American Council for Judaism A diagnosis may, perhaps, trace this lassitude to the influential position occupied by the American Council of Judaism, Inc. Out of a national membership of 14,000. San Francisco holds the dubious distinction of claiming 1500 simpletons. (So I was told. I did not check the books.) 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Irving Reichert had for 18 years been Rabbi of Temple Emanuel, perhaps the finest example of synagogue architecture in the world. The refusal to reelect this mouther of Council of Judaism swill may indicate that San Francisco is finally ashamed to hear the disgusting drivel that 99% of American Jews, including three justices of the U. S. Supreme Court, were disloyal to the U. S. r*v !" AT* **e C V Safety Harkor. 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PAGE TEN +JelstncrkUan FRIDAY, MAY 27 Auxiliary Head Names Assistants The closing meeting for the winter season of the board of directors of Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged was held recently at the home of Mrs. Alexander Kogan. 3722 Royal Palm Ave.. Miami Beach, with Mrs. Benjamin Florida ADL Director Reveals New KKK Group In State; Activity In Miami The appearance of a new Ku Klux Klar. organization on the Florida scene was recently revealed bv Gilbert J. Balkin. state director of the Anti-Defamation Appel. newly elected president of League of tne B nai B nth. the auxiliary, presiding. Committees for the ensuing terra have bfen announce I by Mrs. Appel v th Mrs Sol YI cbairmai Mi > B< nj min S • Mrs. Ren Jan Appel •• i %  -• %  • Mr So -:'.v and Mrs. H L3ai lit' ; ppresentat I ve> Mrs SSher* y. Also to ---\%  .:• M V.i\ ;reer.I • u with folio wlni Samuel Rili \ Brmnd, Frank : %  • • c t : |< i Chavez. Deutch. M in* Sapl Ssi • • Al < %  Zim '•' %  1 receptl ...• %  %  • with | • •.'-.,• Stepm n. Al Gould, Ma) Kr A J TI M A .Oll:i.irold i< >"• • Mrs • t con-.p cothe %  %  l. Orowits, 8 .'. • • v. • R Brand. M Kriei %  .Mrs ... Lea %  : K kAnni Kai '.. • N'atha \ • • • \v" v In. S A %  K.• -! :.'.-%  %  %  Mrs 1 Mr*. • -• • • %  %  %  %  ih sanitation a '' %  %  • Snai %  The new group has been successful in securing an amendment to a bill aimed at hooded activit.es which takes the teeth out of the bill. Balkin iaid. and provides the organization "with an unfortunate measure of respect." Bill Hendrix. Florida agent for the klan. appeared before the senate committee and argued for permission to wear hoods at klan ritual burials "Tr.e amendment has the net effect of granting respectability • the klan and recognizing it as a legitimate organization." Balkin Balkin made public the history Shafkin Offers Advice To Fellow Candidates L tuil Shafkin. Lincoln Road. ler who is a candidate for Miami Beach city council, had a quiet and obviously sincere answer for the woman who asked he was spending his wa money on the councilmanic of the organization which has been branded as subversive by Attorney General Tom Clark. The ID applied to Secretary of State R. A. Gray on March 29. 1949. for a charter "to operate as a fraternal and patriotic secret order to be known as the Ku Klux Klan." Hendrix was appointed state agent and headquarters were set up at 1602': Monroe St.. Tallahassee. The real nature of the group. Balkin stated, however, is revealed by the original charter which was granted in Columbus. Ga.. last June. In this the paramount purpose of the group is listed as •pecuniary gain and profit to the shareholders." The Florida unit of the organization actually started operation with a mimeographed newspaper, the first issue of which is dated April 15. Balkin announced that the klan in Miami has gone into action -.ovi leaving i, cars on parking lots h a '" klan handbills on the winn ?* of their cars. lnds hi* Local headquarters !• „ %  P. O. Box 93?, Liug k iv g er en Need Help In a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phonee 1.W17 — t-WTTT •1 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner HEW 11RE MUtS BALANCED TREADING With Double 0000*. Signature M race. "I am running for the city council and spending my own m oey to do it for the same rean a $100,000 a year man resigns and become a $1 a year man for the federal government." he said. "He does :t because he believes he is doing a service for his country I believe 1 can do a service my city. Miami Beach, which sen so good to me." Shafkin also had a word of adtor his fellow candidates. "If all worked together as hard r election as we are r.ow iking individually to be electhe said, "we could do some Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Th activities I thi Auxiliary [ fine and wonderful things for Mi%  '.•' | ami Beach." fall, pening ,-it i inst tion lunchi n %  '. s Jack Udell will act as •' ith Mrs Jonas an I Miss Clara G I Look For the 2-S:ory White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 V2 the Cost! 5EIBERLIND HERM0 HELD Your Worn Smooth Tires RECAPPED LDIE NEWI 5 CONVENIENT STATI MIAMI BEACH 945 Fifth Street 1840 Alton Road Phone 2-6133 MIAMI 101 S. W. lit Street 5327 N. Miami Are. 4100 N. W. 22nd Are. Phone 89-7511 Hebrew School To Hold Confirmation June 5 Miami H bi nd Conts first eonfirms tioi x ;es Sund : ing, J ..:\ t ":30 i m in the : the sell | to Rabbi Simon Ann", spiritual leader of : e ip The confirmation class includes Eileen E j :.. Sr. irlej Ann .r. Sin.ii. F. Marilyn Kostoff, Ah in M -and Matt Becker Following the exercises the ots noi l -. nfirm:epti r. in tr e social hall MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY .. ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance AT ail aisle On AH Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NX. 1st Are, Ph. 3-2667 THE FACTS BEHIND THE COURSHON PLATFORM! As a private citizen, Aaron Courshon built himseli a successful business, fulfilled all obligations to his family and friends and reached a top rung as a civic leader and aggressive-minded citizen! H E DID IJT BEFORE AND HE'LL DO IT AGAIN I, Pull Lever A revised city charter to modernize Miami Beich'i government. A new Enabling Act permitting changes in roting procedure for public improvements. A city-wide promotional program for the benefil of all business enterprises. Improvement of streets—lighting—parking—and sewers to keep pace with.our growth. Adequate police protection by increasing the ?o\ict staff and force. Co-ordination of council operation wilh prit citizens and private industry. Readjustment of county taxes so that Miami Beech will get full benefits from its tax monies. Beach Libraries—Parks—Public Swimming Pools-for Broadcasting of all council meetings. 9.—Development of year-round economy for greater prosperity of the entire community. 10. Establishment of a full-time office, as a councilman. with regular office hours, to be available at all hmet "I shall devote 100 percent of my time and energy to tne fulfillment of this program for a Greater Miami Beecn. AARON COURSHON. OUTSTANDING IN LEADERSHIP RESOURCEFUL IN ABILITY • HUMBLE IN CHARACTER ON JUNE 7 ELECT COURSHON YOUR COUNCILMAN VISIT AARON mTTRCiUON nrr Br^imnTm ^_ : -^.^..ucMTS V i.. %  1-i.i.vi vvunonun I UUn lUUHV/iLmn. 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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jewistifk>ridlk*n FRIDAY, MAY 27, "Between You and Me 3 By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) U.N. ECHOES: The talk you hear now about Israel among diplomats in the lobby of United Nations headquarters is quite different from what was heard prior to Israel's admission to the U.N. There is, for instance, talk of the possibility that the Israeli delegation at the U.N. may soon include an Arab citizen of the Jewish state And there is much talk about Bernard Baruch's intention to visit Israel this summer Also, a lot is being heard about a wish expressed by Vice President Alben W. Barkley to go to Israel "in his later years" .The Vice President hopes "to sit in the shade" of a forest planted in his name by the Jewish National Fund Aubrey Eban's popularity in the ranks of the United Nations now exceeds that of any of the older U.N. delegates The Arab delegations at the U.N. are anticipating a change of leadership in their ranks Emir Adil Arslan, a leading Syrian nationalist, is expected to leave Syria shortly for Lake Success ... He will take the place of Faris el-Kheury, present head of the Syrian delegation, who was the leading "brain trqster" of all Arab groups at the U.N. BETWEEN COVERS: American Jewry will this summer observe the 100th anniversary of the birth of Emma Lazarus, the poetess whose lines are immortalized on the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty Her "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free" is still a motto of which America is proud, although immigration today is not as free as during the years when the Jewish poetess wrote these moving lines ... To commemorate the anniversary, Schecken Books has published a new volume—"The World of Emma Lazarus"—in which the author, H. E. Jacob, brings out verv interesting details of her life This first full-length biography of the 1 American Jewish poetess is based on serious research Coming from a family of Sephardic descent, she was, as a young girl, greatly under the influence of Ralph Waldo Emerson ... If was this famous author who guided and advised young Emma, after her first book of poems appeared She was then only 10 years old and her intellectual interests were diverse Later she became impressed with the Jewish immigrants who fled the pogroms in Czarist Russia to the United States and began to take up the cause of her people "The World of Emma Lazarus" is not only a timely book, because of the anniversary, but also an interesting book since it throws light on hitherto unknown facts about the poetess' life and her premature death. Temple Sisterhood Seats Officers Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness was installed as president of the Temple Isaiah Sisterhood last week at the Belmar Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of the congregation, .-orved as installing officer. Others installed were: Mrs. Rose Brodsky. first vice president; Mrs. Betty Silvers, second vice president: Mrs Anne Berry, third vice president: Mrs. Shirley Keyes, fourth vice president; Mrs. Beryl Schonfeld. recording secretary; Mrs. Helen Hohauser, financial secretary; Mrs. Hannah Lencer. social secretary; Mrs. Millie Schreiber, treasurer; Mrs. Hattie Spiegel, chaplain; Mrs. Frieda Rosenthal, trustee; Mrs. Sara Shulman. auditor. Harold Shapiro, past president of the Temple, served as master of ceremonies. Julius Jay Perlmutter. president of the congregation, greeted the new officers. Mrs. Lencer was chairman of the affair. Ruth Salzburg offered vocal selections, accompanied by Betty Halam at the piano, and Maurice the Magician gave a sleight-ofhand exhibition. Refreshments were served. F. ISh.-iii Favors Low-Cost Housing Fritz Rhan, who has lived in Miami Beach for 15 years, and a former employe of the police department, has qualified as a candidate for Miami Beach city council. He is a member of Ocean Bay Lodge No. 180 of the Masons, Lodge No. 1601 B.P.O.E., and is a member of the Methodist church. Rhan's main plank is the advocation of low-cost housing for those who make their living on the Beach. %  l>brow School Plans Picnic The second annual picnic of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held Sunday. June 12, at the shelter in Matheson Hammock. Transportation for the picnic grounds will leave from the school building at 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. at 10 a.m. The last car will depart promptly at 10:30 a.m. All members are urged to bring cars so that the maximum number may be accommodated. Leo Sheiner is over-all chairman of the affair. He will be assisted by William Weintraub, transportation; Dave Kleber, refreshments; Sam Kostoff, games; Louis Sorosky, adult activities. Boy Scouts of Troop No. 85 will assist with activities and games. Sheiner has announced that the fathers are diligently practicing baseball in order to vindicate themselves for the stinging defeat they received in a game with their sons last year. Flaglcr-Granada I'nit Plans Dance Plans for a dance to be held at the Coral Gables Woman's Club on June 18 were completed at a meeting of the membership and women's activities committee held Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Feldman. 4910 S.W| 6th St. A reception committee for the dance consisting of Mrs. Ralph Lang, Mrs. George Balber, Mrs. James Segal, Ben Clein and Joe Masters was appointed. Plans were also discussed for a moonlight boatride scheduled for July 10. Mrs. Charles Adelman and Mrs. Hy Coverman were named chairmen of the event. Committees are now working on plans for a program of activities for the summer months, including the formation of a choral group under the direction of Mrs. Paul Drazer. Truly Nolen yesterday was elected and installed as president of the Miami Beach Optimists club at the regular noon luncheon meteting of the group at Chinatown Charlies's. Nolen succeeds Earl J. Mason in the office. The election was necessitated by Mason's resignation from the post because he is leaving the area. Mr. Nolen is president of Economy Exterminators, which specializes in termite control. Iliscavnc Derby Set For May ,11 It's gettirg near getaway night at the Biscayne dog track and the main topic of discussion from now on will be. "What about the Derby?" Well, the most that can be said at present is that derby eliminations, two of them, will be run tomorrow night. The first four to finish in each of these eliminations will comprise the Derby field and go to the post closing night May 31. On this same night two other big features will be run off, the Derby Consolation and a special Marathon Course event at 2,585 feet, just 55 feet short of a halfmile. When Biscayne closes it will have added another illustrious chapter to its record. One of the main factors in this has been the performances of Beach Comber who started his racing career at Biscayne during the spring of 1947. Since that time he has amassed a string of victories far in excess of that of any other greyhound. He has traveled the country from coast to coast with several of those victories accomplished at Tia Juana, Mexico. Beach Comber and his litter brother No Refund are booked for the Denver, Colorado, meeting which has its inauguration this summer but in all probability will be back at Biscayne again when the 1949-1950 season opens at the north>ide oval. Auxiliary Games Party A games party for the veterans at Pratt General Hospital was sponsored last night by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Norman Bruce Brown Post of the Jewish War Veterans. DRINK PLENTY Of CP^ripure ^ Water CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4128 DESIGNER COATS SUITS Wanted for Better Suit Line Splendid Opportunity for Right Man. Phone 3-3723 DARBY RATHMAN FOR CITY COUNCIL — JUNE 7th PULL LUCKY LEVER 13 (Paid Political Adv.) MMHIUilimnniii lu.nuuiu.iiuiun'lliiriii.u.iiMiirtm wrim iiimiiuanssi POSITION WANTED By younq man of 33 TINSMITH Or similar work European Background Arthur Drewich 3-8032 or 9-9714 1 "" l llllln ""' ''"mew— %  muma— — tmmamma^m INVESTMENT ADVISER Discretionary Accounts Handled nl y^Stocks and Bonds listed in the New York Stock Exchange. Original Investment Guaranteed Against Market Loss— (Surety Company Policy). NATHAN ABRAHAM P.O. Box 19 22 Miami 11. Fla. GENTLEMAN AGE 42 Would like to meet Lady—Object Matrimony No objection to Child WRITE MR. S. W. c/o Box 2973. Miami 18 CHICKEN "A Li KING" Truly a regal diahl Delicious, Kosher .. ideal for tempting year 'round menu*. HOROWITZ • MARGARETEN CHICKEN "A LA KING like HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN FRICASSEE and other chicken products, makes quick, tasty meals Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, Itfc. p lone 3^886 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. AS LOW AS A% INTIREST MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. THE GOLDIN PHARMACY 1633 Washington An, has been sold to Steir & Resnick who will operate it as MM Ol \ CUT RATE DRUGS They will stock a complete line of drugs, sundries, cosmetics and tick room supplies. To save time and the trouble of finding parking space, have y U r Doctor phone us your PRESCRIPTION and we will make free promot delivery. PHONE 5-3090 AND 5-2870 'S THE lilY Fin; mum. (Paid Political Adv.) DON'T MISS THE DERBY ELIMINATIONS over 5/16 Mile Course 9th and 10th Races SATURDAY NITE. May 28 • • • BISCAYNE CLOSES TUESDAY NITE, MAY 31 EXCEPT SUNOAVS) TCST TIME 7:45 P.M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE 1st & QUINIELAS EVERY RACE NATURAL AIR C00LIM6 SYSTEM No MiSOfl AdmiiuS limit ••$ SERVICE 0lECT TO TCK MIAMI: Mum! Transit buses leave oa N. E. 2nd St.. between 1st and ** *** •* %  • l$l •tsrtlni at 630 P. M. Coast City Coaches leave Ha\na-Medrid Terminal. S. E. i ^ 3rd A*, every lew mm. starting at 6:30. MIAMI BttCH: Stanley Tows buses ,, M A Comas every 15 ml*, from 6:45 until 8:15 • and >iH also Hea P PMJ" !" ^ l8 m at |wU n* m. Sportsmas S i nli i : % %  i n l im WS*Class tM tO • *•" %  JCeJssifcM TJ* hmtmm$m sVCo—7:05 7:30 73r.* L^.-LL:^^.:.



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rPlDAY. MAY 27, 1949 Teinpi^ Youth To Sponsor Dance Candlelight Capers," a dance an d entertainment, will be sponsored by the Temple Isaiah Young people's League at the Ritz Plaza Hotel tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. Featured on the evening's pro' m will be a contest to select f h p -Strong Man," a men s bathing beautv contest as a seque tn the "MLss Ideal" contest staged hv the voung men of the Young People's League recently. A weekpnd at the Ritz Plaza Hotel and th er valuable gifts will be presented to the winner. Judges of the contest will be Mrs Clara May Van Ness, Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal, Dr. Seymour Kreisler. Miss Helene Milbauer (Miss Ideal), Mrs. Julius Perelmutter and Mrs. Ben Tupler. Marion Cohen, coloratura soprano: Sv Lippman, amateur hypnotist; and Jerry Kramer, pantomimic, will be on the program. Harold Shapiro will serve as master of ceremonies. Chairman of this affair is Miss Evelyn Ell, co-chairman, Miss Natalie Samuels, assisted by Ernie Hewman, publicity; Gloria Berrv and Sy Lippman, entertainment. Hostesses include Barbara Levlne and Dolores Shindelman. Richard Wynn is in charge of photography. Everglades Club Dance Club Everglades of the Workmen's Circle will sponsor a dance tomorrow night at 9 o'clock at the Arbeit Ring Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. The affair will climax the recent membership campaign conducted by the organization. Refreshments will be served and prizea will be awarded. Neil Weiss, the Workmen's Circle field representative, has been assisting in the drive, which has brought in fifteen new members. +Jenistrk 1 rMiM 250 Attend 1 Am An American" Day Ceremonies At Municipal Auditorium PAGE SEVEN Two hundred fifty Miamians— most of them newlv naturalzed citizens—attended the tenth annual "I Am An American" day observance at Bayfront Park Auditorium Monday night. The annual celebration, which was conceived by Judge John W. Holland in Miami and blossomed into a national event, is sponsored by the Americanism Committee of the Harvey Seeds Post of the American Legion, aided and abbetted by other civic and veterans groups. Among these organizations were the Legion Auxiliary and the City of Miami Recreation Division. Music was provided by the American Federation of Musicians Orchestra, the Mahi Shrine Temple chanters and Indian Princess Wah Nese Red Rock. The Dade County Guard of Honor advanced the colors and the pledge of allegiance was recited by the gathering, led by Stanley Crossen. Eugene E. Cole, chief examiner of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, read President Truman's proclamation. Mayor Robert L. Floyd welcomed the new citizens and Thomas J. Kelly, commander of the Harvey Seeds Post, addressed the meeting. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan offered the invocation and the Rev. Everett S. Smith said a prayer for world peace. Dr. Russell A. Williams, chairman of the Legion Americanism Committee was principal speaker. ine ceremony concluded with a silent prayer for former Detense Secretary James V. Forrestai. Non-Surgical Treatment of HERNIA (Rupture) HEMORRHOIDS CHRONIC DISEASES DR. LONG'S CLINIC 21 S. W. 13th Avenue PHONE 3-2748 The Family of the Late ISIDORE SILBERSTEIN Wish to Express their Heartfelt Appreciation for the Many Kind Expressions of Sympathy Extended to them in their Recent Bereavement. Eleven Graduate At Lear School Wednesday Eleven students graduated from the Lear School at outdoor commencement exercises on the school campus, 1010 West Ave., Miami Beach. Wednesday evening. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman was guest speaker. High school graduates were Steven L. Andur, Sally Blaushild, Joseph G. Ehrlich. Jr., Audrey Dillon Eisenberg, Iris Kaufman, Marilyn Rockwitt, Barbara Sacks, Carol Trinkoff, Charles Simpson. Junior high graduates were Erwin Morris and Patricia Surprenant. On Monday the class gave a luncheon in honor of their senior teachers, Mrs. Dorethy Lear and Miss Charlotte Epstein, at the Sherry Frontenac. Gables Zionists To Sign Book Off Remembrance Members of the Coral Gables Zionist District will sign their names in the Book of Remembrance at the organization's meeting Sunday evening at 8:30 at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. The signing of the book is a testimonial of the group's determination to continue to share in the economic upbuilding of Israel. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Congregation Beth Jacob will be guest speaker. His subject will be "A New Land; A New Psychology." LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hour WTTT—1490 on Your Dial JACOB SCHACHTER Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11 A.M. MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 1 P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE INN on Lake Osceola HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. IOE 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 &a mm RECOMMENDED for invalids, babies and special diet cases GFSTBUTTER SWEET. SALTWWHIPPED Spend Your SPRING VACATION at the De Soto Hotel and Health Resort SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA Rest and relax ai one of the West Coast's finest hotels. Spring Vacation rates of $8 per day, American Plan, effective now. TELEPHONE: CLEAHWATER, FLA.. 2567 MEET AND HEAR COUNCILMAN HAROLD TURK RALLY AT 71st ST. AND HARDING AVE.. 8:15 P.M. THIS SATURDAY — SPEAKERS: JUDGE JACK ROSEN. Member of the Law Firm of Meyer. Weiss and Rosen and Former Associate Judge, Municipal Court of Miami Beach. HAROLD SHAPIRO. Prominent Attorney and Chairman of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. JAMES H. RUBY. Prominent Attorney and Outstanding Civic Leader. MRS. GERTRUDE FABER. Past President South Beach Elementary P.-T.A.. Pioneer Women of Miami Beach. MRS. ROSE WEISS, Outstanding Social and Civic Leader and Pioneer Resident of Miami Beach. HAROLD TURK YOUR COUNCILMAN, ATTORNEY, CIVIC AND FRATERNAL LEADER Harold Turk has been a resident of Miami Beach since 1937. Ten years ago he married Stella Wohlstadter and with their three children they now live at 1312 Royal Palm Ave. Chairman—Public Relations Committee Conference 5f Christiars and Jews, Legislative Chairman of State Anti K.K.K. Committee. Practicing Attorney since 1938. Member Miami Beach and State Bar Associations. Boards of Directors—Y. M. and W. H. ALighthouse tor the Blind. Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Past President—University of Miami Hillel Advisory Council. B'nai B'rith, Metropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Member—Elks Lodge. Chamber of Commerce. Zionist District, Jewish Community Center. Temple Beth Sholom, Exchange Club and Civic League. Harold Turk has served diligently, not only as your Councilman but in every worthy Jewish communal and civic cause. Re • Elect HAROLD TURK YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN The MAN with a PLAN LISTEN SUNDAY. MAY 29*. TO STAT.ON WTTT AT APP. 10:15 AM. TO YIDDISH PROGRAM Putl Lever 19 On JUNE 7th ((Paid Politic*! Adv.) K.



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PAGE FOUR >j€*Ut Meridian FRIDAY, MAY 27 EDITORIAL Jewish Education The American Association for Jewish Education is currently celebrating a decade cf distinguished service to the cause of Jewish culture in the United States. It was ten years ago, during the Decoration Day week-end of 1939, that a group of Jewish educators and community leaders assembled in Atlantic City for the purpose of lifting Jewish education out of the "Talmud Torah doldrums." They organized the American Association for Jewish Education as a national agency to coordinate Jewish education in communities throughout the United States, to raise the standards of both teacher and curriculum and to invest the Jewish classroom with modern educational technigues. The success of the American Association for Jewish Education is revealed in the growth and expansion of Jewish education over the past ten years. No longer is the Jewish youth restricted to a desultory one or two-year course that prepares him for Bar Mitzvah—and little else. The progressive parent has the opportunity to start his child in a Jewish kindergarten and to continue his studies through all-day Jewish high schools, even colleges. Enrollment has increased more than ten-fold since the American Association for Jewish education's program was instituted. The American Association for Jewish Education has neither a political nor ideological axe to grind. To its everlasting credit is the fact that, in many communities, it has succeeded in bringing together, under a common unified program, the schools of Reform, Orthodox and Conservative congregations. Working through community bureaus of Jewish education, which it helps esMiami Zionists To Mark Israeli Birthday, U.N. Admission With All-Day Outing In celebration of the first anniversary of the State of Israel andits admission to the United Nations, the Miami Zionist District will sponsor an all-day outing Sunday from 2 p.m. until midnight at the Qauterdeck Club, which is anchored twelve miles out in Biscayne Bay. Water taxies will transport guests from Pier 9 of the City Docks to the club beginning at 2 p.m. Swimming, fishing, a gala water show, games and a full course dinner are on the agenda. A highlight of the Sunday affair will be the opportunity to sign a page in the Book of Remembrance, which will be sent to | Israel to be bound in permanent volumes which will be kept in Jerusalem. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and Jerome Weinkle are cochairmen of the event. Tickets are five dollars and may be purchased from board members or by calling Mrs. Louis Margolies at Beth David Synagogue. The chairmen report that tickets are going fast and urge all desirous of attending to purchase tickets as soon as possible. Vicioutt Practice The vicious practice of accusing an individual of belonging to subversive hate groups in ord to damage a person's reputation is not n n one. It is the line of least resistance and usually the blow below the belt that is thrown whe there is an axe to grind. That accusation is now being bandied about on Miami Beach as political ammunition with the target a present Beach councilman seeking re-election. The Klan cry is not a new one—nor are we in a position to make definite statements that the %  gentleman is rightly or wrongly accused. How-i ever, the incumbent has issued a statement flatly denying any present or past affiliation with the Klan. Having been a successful candidate in several previous elections and serving an area predominantly Jewish, it seems to us that this charge would have been made an issue and substantiated against the individual in question much before the time he is seeking a fourth term. The Jewish Floridian is not endorsing candidates for the Beach council. We do not believe it is fair or justified to level charges of this nature against anyone unless the proof—thus far not available —is conclusive. BY HIS WORK YE SHALL KNOW HIM tablish, the American Association for Jewish Education is succeeding in its long-range task of raising the profession of Jewish teaching to a status worthy of the name". It is responsible for "livable" salaries, a tenure, pensions and other stabilizing factors which help to attract good men and women to the Jewish teaching profession. It is the organization that has turned the "cheder" into a bright classroom complete with the best texts, an accredited curriculum, audio-visual aids and an educational program that fosters greater interest among Jewish communities in their own schools. Miami Y Women's Unit To Sponsor Swim Dance Mrs. Nathan Dubler, acting chairman of the Women's Group of the Miami YM & YWHA. has announced that the organization will sponsor a water show and swim dance on Sunday evening, June 26, at Bay Harbor Pool and Cabana Club, 9660 Bay Harbor Terr., Miami Beach. Tentative Dlans call for a water %  how, a swimming party and a Uiil.v.1to % %  .... > Anist fkrijikin Published every Friday aince HW uy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N c Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida, entered ai second-data matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jawleh Unity and th Jewlah Weekly. Member of the Jewiah Tele. graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, American Association of Engileh-Jewtsh Newepaoers. Florida Preaa Aaaoclatlon SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ore Year I SJSO Two Year* $ 6.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Academy To Hold Open School Week The public will have another opportunity to observe the Hebrew Academy in session when the school holds Open School Week beginning Monday, May 30. Announcement was made by Sol L. Sugarman. academy principal, at a recent meeting of the synagogue presidents and rabbis of Greater Miami. "It is particularly fitting," he said, "that the Open School Week should be proclaimed immediately prior to the Shavuoth festival .which symbolizes the time when Israel received its Torah at Mt. Sinai." During the week the citizens of the Greater Miami Jewish community will be permitted to observe the academy pupils at their studies and to evaluate the combined program of Hebrew and secular education that the academy, the only institute of its type in Southeastern United States, offers. Group Hadassah Induct Mrs. Kogan Mrs. Alexander Kogan will be Tn'Marcella Kaufman Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 21 FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1949 IYAR 22, 5709 Beth David Religious School Graduation Set For Sunday morning The graduation classes of Beth David Religious school will receive their diplomas during the closing exercises Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The graduates will present a program in the synagogue which will include a Hebrew skit and a narration entitled, "Marchers in the Sun!" Sunday School graduating students are: Warren Greene, Edgar Lewis, Herman Rosenthal, Jay Rossin, Stanley Saal, Sherman Schnitzer and Robert Shevin. The Hebrew School graduates are: Irwin Cotzin, Jack Katzker, Stanley Rose and Marshall Shapo. The program will also include the formal transfer of the flags from the present standard bearer and custodian to the newly appointed officers. Jerry Coburn, standard bearer, Bruce Fox, assistant standard bearer, Muriel August, custodian and Zella Warshaw, assistant custodian will present the flags and the charge to the newly appointed officers, Henry Forer, standard bearer, Jerry Coubrn, assistant, Zella Warshaw, custodian and Carol Washer, assistant. Official closing of Sunday School for the summer months will be in form of a picnic to be held at Greynolds Park Sunday morning, June 5, with all students of the religious school attending. Becomes Mrs. Pollack In a double ring ceremony on April 30 Marcella Kaufman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph installed as president of Miami .A. Kaufman, 1334 Collins Ave.. Beach Group of Hadassah at a [became the bride of Dr. Irwin luncheon Wednesday at 12:30 at 1 Pollack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben the Martinique Hotel. Mrs. Kogan [Pollack, 6396 Collins Ave. has served as president of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, vice president of the American Jewish Congress and cochairman of the Women's Division of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal. She serves on the boards of the Jewish Home for the Aged and the National Children's Cardiac Home. Mrs. Leon Kronish is chairman of the installation. Assisting her are Mrs. Jack Udell and Mrs. Carl Susskind who are in charge of table arrangements. Rabbi Leon Kronish will be guest speaker. Other officers to be installed are: Mrs. Leonard Barr, Mrs. Fred Jonas, Mrs. Irwin Mackovsky, Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, vice presidents; Mrs. Carl Susskind, recording secretary; Mrs. Herman Popkin, Mrs. Philip Neuwirth, corresponding secretaries; Mrs. Harry Platoff, financial secretary; Mrs. S. A. Goodman, treasurer; Mrs. Elsie Shackman, social secretary. As seating capacity is limited, Mrs. Kronish suggests that members make reservations as soon as possible by calling Mrs. Leon J. Ell at 5-6982 or Mrs. S. A. Goodman at 6-5044. ated at the ceremony which took place in the garden of the home of the bridegroom's parents. Maid of honor was Esther Lea Silverman, former classmate of the bride's at Florida State University and flower girls were Shiela and Phyllis Krauser, cousins of the bride. The bride attended Miami Beach High and Florida State University and before her marriage was a teacher here. Dr. Pollack is a graduate of Miami Beach High, University of Florida and Harvard. He is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Beta Kappa. He received his master's and Ph. D. degrees from Harvard. Anne Fleisher Plightsi Troth To Dr. Lew The engagement of Miss Anne Fleisher, formerly of Roxbury, Mass. and now of Miami Beach, to Dr. David Sachs Levy, Chicago, 111., is announced by her brother, Samuel Fleisher. The wedding will be held June' 12 at the Georgian Hotel, Evanston. 111. After a honeymoon trip to Acopolco, Mexico, the couple will make their home in Chicago. Southern Foods To Distribute Formost Products Southern Food Distributors, Inc., 1721 N.W. 7th Ave., announced this week that final arrangements have been concluded for their appointment as sole distributor in this area of Formost Kosher Food Products, reputed to be one of the leading kosher delicatessen lines in the country. The Formost plant is located in Philadelphia, and according to IsiH-, dore Forman, company repreII .11 II liOQge IO sentative who flew to Miami to %  feawonww llilli.l meet with the new distributors, %  %  < USS II 1 1 I I I it js one Qf the most modem Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai plants in the industry. An exB'nth, will present a Hillel Sympansion program is now under poisum at their next meeting way. he announced, which will Wednesday, June 8, at 8:15 p.m. add ten thousand feet of space at the Miami Beach Jewish Cenfor the curing and preparation of ter patio, 17th St. and Washingkosher smoked meats. Mr. Fortor i Ave I man also stated that an intensive The program, under the direcadvertising campaign will be contion of the Hillel Advisory Coun-1 ducted in this area to acquaint President Walter Kovner, will the public with the Formost products. The Philadelphia plant is under strict Rabbinical/supervision and is listed in the "Hapardes," orthodox national Hebrew magazine. In this area both Kashruth groups, the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth, under the direction of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff respectively, have approved the products. The firm of Southern Food Distributors include Mortimer TisMannheimer Graduation j Exercises Set For Sunday I The Mannheimer High School! will hold graduation exercises Sunday evening at the school. Councilman Harold Turk and Dr. David Hendel will address the | graduating class. Leonard Greenberg of Miami i Beach, who has been accepted at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, is valedictorian. Other members of the class who live in Greater Miami are Jerrold Bross, Beverly Falk, Joseph Lucinian, Dolores Livorsi, Elaine Bauer, Nathan Esformes,; Judith Rosen, Matthew Cohen, 1 Betsy Collegeman and Stuart I Kaufman. Mannheimer graduates will enter Vanderbilt University, Emory University, Dickinson College, University of Wisconsin, University of Miami and University of Florida in the fall. feature Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. College students will be featured in the program and B'nai B'rith leaders will describe the work of the Hillel Foundations on more than 190 college campuses throughout the United States, Canada and Cuba. The Miami Beach Women's Chapter has been invited to attend the program. This chapter recently presented the Hillel Foundation with a check for $3,i000 to be used in launching the chler and the well known Pearl Hilel Building Fund. Tentative Brothers—Harry and Hermanplans call for the construction of who have been in the kosher food a new Hillel House on the Uniline for more than twenty-five versity of Miami campus. i years. Courshon Rallies Are Scheduled Aaron Courshon's campaign for Miami Beach city council was sh.if.ed into high gear this we* as supporters of Beach pioneer and business leader staged a series of four rallies all in key sections of Miami Beach. ,, Courshon received consideraoie acclaim from Miami Beach residents, his friends stated for ms program of sectional represents"By changing our city's charter to provide for councilman to w elected from different sections the Beach rather than at large. we can effect more equitable representation of our citizens ox councilmen," declared Courshon. Courshon's plan, includes w\ establishing of a full time otii as councilman, at his own w pense, in order to better sent local residents. One of the features of tow shon's campaign is a song WIHW especially for him by Duke uon ardT composer of such numbe as "Sam You Made the Pan's Too Log." "The counc.l cam paign song was wrWM b Vf%, ard to the tune of "Roll out u Barrel" and is sung by audienc* | at all Courshon rallies. naBBWB9Ha^BBBBBBBBBBBBBBl ffiiiillBallwtVHli'lTn