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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tewiislbJEIIiDiciidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Printed Erev Shavuoth
"22NUMBER 22
is Accept U.N. Partition Decision
lasis For Lausanne Negotiations
PRICE TEN CENTS
5ANNE. (JTA)The four
delegations attending the
Isponsorcd Arab Jewish
lalks here this week noti-
i, UN Conciliation Com-
that they would accept
. u N. General Assembly's
ue partition plan as the
br the negotiations. At the
sme, they insisted on the
jof Aiab refugees to Is-
Icupied areas of Palestine.
1 Arabs also submitted a
andum outlining their in-
Itior. of the Commission's
ng paper" which was hand-
bem May 12. They declared
view of their acceptance
partition frontier, they
Merpreting the eight-point
memorandum stated, to the Arabs
who fled those areas assigned to
a Palestine Arab state which have
since been occupied by the Is-
raeli Army.
At a press conference following
submission of the memorandum,
an Arab spokesman estimated
that the number of refugees who
would be returned to their homes
under this proposal would num-
ber about 300,000. However, later,
in a private conversation. Mulki
Pasha, Transjordan Defense Min-
ister, estimated the number to be
about 500,000.
Mulki Pasha also declared that
he had extreme difficulty in con-
vincing the other Arab delega-
n which the Com- tions, to 8 along with this pro-
suhmitted to the Israelis P0"! and that if the Israelis did
not make some sort of a concilia-
tory reply he would leave Laus-
anne. He indicated that he would
wait a week for the Israeli re-
sponse.
rAlin. A<*lf Meanwhile, Dr. Walter Eytan
UlOUPS ASK the Israeli delegation con-
firmed this week that there will
be no change in Israeli policy at
lying only to areas ceded
[Jewish state by the U.N.
n. It does not apply, the
Ish Groups Ask
iges in DP Bill
YORK. (JTA)Speaker
louse Sam Rayburn and
1 Emanuel Celler of the
judiciary Committee, were
fcek urged by major na-
Ird local Jewish organiza-
Hebrew Taught In
206 U. S. Colleges
NEW YORK, (JTA)-A total
of 206 institutions of higher learn-
ing in the United States are now
offering courses in Hebrew, ac-
cording to a survey made public
today. Sixty-two of these institu-
tions are colleges, 60 are universi-
ties and 84 are theological schools.
The survey, conducted by Prof.
Abraham I. Katsh of New York
University's School of Education,
established that Hebrew, both as
a college entrance requirement
and as a college course, is cur-
rently receiving greater accept-
ance than ever before in the na-
tion's institutions of higher learn-
ing.
The study made by Prof. Katsh
was based on replies to question-
naires returned by 1,021 colleges
and universities in 47 states, the
District of Columbia, Hawaii and
Alaska. Questionnaires were ori-
ginally sent to 1,221 institutions
of which 83.5 percent responded.
Only 199 of the responding in-
stitutions would not accept He-
brew as an entrance requirement,
Blueprint For Relationship With Israel
Submitted To 52nd ZOA Convention
NEW YORK. (JTA)A blue-
print for the relationship between
the American Zionist movement
and Israel as well as between
Zionists and non-Zionists in the
United States was submitted to
the 52nd annual convention of the
Zionist Organization of America.
The blueprint prepared by a spe-
cial commission headed by Fed-
eral Judge Simon H. Rifkind also
contains important recommenda-
tions with regard to the functions
Lausanne. He added that, on the but 496 colleges and universities
contrary, he informed the Com-1 stated categorically that they
mission that with the present Is-1 would accept Hebrew as meeting
raeli immigration rate which ex- the entrance language require-
ceeded 5,000 one day last week, iment. An additional 14 schools in-
the prospect of any Arabs re- dicated that they would accept
turning to Israel becomes dimmer the language as an entrance re-
become invalid as a result of the
growth of the population within
Israel and the reduction of the
number of Jews in other coun-
tries," the report declares. "Re-
presentation at the Zionist Con-
gress should therefore be on a
uniform basis throughout the
world."
Emphasizing that the Zionists
of America welcome the coopera-
tion of non-Zionists in promoting
the welfare of the people of Is-
rael, the report suggests that
of the Zionist movement in Amer- American Zionists promote the
ica and elsewhere.
The Rifkind report points out
that '"Israel is a sovereign state"
and that only the citizens of Is-
rael owe it allegiance. "The es-
tablishment of Israel has in no
way affected the citizenship of
Jews of other lands," the report
says. It recommends that consid-
eration be given to the progres-
sive conversion of the World
Zionist Organization into a fed-
eration of territorial organiza-
tions. "Through the World Zion-
ist Congress and the World Zion-
formation of a consultative body
representing all Jewish groups in-
terested in the welfare of Israel.
At the same time, it questions
the coordination of Zionist and
non-Zionist efforts on an inter-
national level and suggests that
the two groups should cooperate
on a territorial level.
Pointing out that the establish-
ment of the state of Israel did
not mark the fulfillment of the
aims of Zionism, the report de-
clares the present aims of the
movement to be the safeguard-
ist executive the required meas-1 ing of the integrity and inde-
as a settlement is delayed. In six
make three specific months' time, Israel will probably
in _the bill to amend the be unable to accept a single Arab
if the present rate of Jewish im-
migration is maintained, he
warned.
ed Persona Act, recently
out by the House Judici-
imittee.
equest was made in letters
behalf of the American
Committee, American
.Congress, B'nai B'rith,
Labor Committee, Jewish
Iternns of the U. S., Union
Irican Hebrew Congrega-
pd 27 community councils
ft\s of the country. Among
nges urged by the Jewish
fctior.s were:
lination of any mortgag-
btuiv quotas. At present
17 would charge DP visas
|futu:y quotas up to 25
of such quotas during the
years and up to 50 par-
king subsequent years; 2.
i language of the so-called
jltche provision, which al-
percent of the regular
quota "exclusively to
af German ethnic origin"
anged to remove the rac-
fotations of the words
ethnic origin." It is not
to deprive the Volks-
if any relief, but to re-
3m the law a principle
election which the Jew-
lizations call repugnant
tterican tradition; 3. That
fits of the act should not
ded to any special group
Jed in the act as com-
lisplaced persons.
|4>rosMiian
To Israel On
ial Mission
rossman, assistant to the
rt information for the
.Israel, left Wednesday
V plane for a special
it in Israel. She is ex-
arrive in Tel Aviv to-
evening and will remain
Bix weeks,
frossman has served in
fit capacity for the last
a half and has served
pant committee assign-
[ner work at the Israeli
news editor of The
pridian, Miss Grossman
Jghter of Mr. and Mrs.
[Grossman of this city.
M^an is executive di-
me Miami YMHA.
W Mrs. Grossman and
ghter, Naomi, flew to
' to be present at the
and to participate in
veil reception tendered
Hater by her associates
York.
quirement, but in individual cases
only. Seventy-two schools report-
ed they would accept Hebrew for
entrance, but pointed out, how-
ever, that no such requests have
yet been made.
Beach Voters To Go To Polls Tuesday;
Freeholders To Decide On Bond Issue
Miami Beach voters will go to
the polls next Tuesday, June 7
to select five from among a field
of 22 candidates for the city
council.
High interest in the race has
been maintained by the virtue of
such a large field having the
possibility of upsetting incum-
bents and strong contenders for
the posts.
Charges and counter charges
are being hurled as the contest
nears the finish and the last few
days are expected to bring forth
additional pyrotechnics.
City Clerk C W. Tomlinson re-
ported that approximately 18,200
registered voters are eligible to
cast a ballot. The figure estab-
lishes a new record and tops the
16,066 voters eligible to participate
in the 1947 election.
The three candidates receiving
the highest number of votes get
the four-year terms, with the next
two in the final count getting
the shorter terms.
An act passed by the current
legislature establishes that allot-
ment of terms. It is a reversal
of the former system under which
only two councilmen were named
to four-year terms, and three set-
tled down for two-year terms.
Other advantages of the new
arrangement, city hall officials
explain, are that it will shorten
the ballot in years to come and
perhaps free the councilmen of
interference from pressure
groups. _,
Property owners of Miami
Beach will participate in a $1,-
481,000 bond issue election to be
held in conjunction with tne
city's general election. Absentee
ballots for freeholders are avail-
able at City Hall through Satur-
day. Freeholders will be asked
to vote on a $650,000 bond issue
for storm sewer extension and a
$831,000 bond issue to extend the
city's White Way street lighting
system. .
Because of the general election
on the same day, paper ballots
will be used for the bond issue
the councilmanic race. Freehold-
ers are the only persons eligible
to participate in the bond issue
questions.
Names and the election machine
levers of each candidate are:
William Burbridge, 1; Al S. Cohn.
2; Aaron Courshon, 3; Herbert
Frink, 4; Sam Gold, 5; Meyer
"Mike Faust" Golub, 6; A. J. Kap-
lan, 7; Hylan Kout, 8; James H.
Norton, 9; D. Lee Powell, 10;
James B. Quinn, 11; Darby Rath-
man, 12; Fritz Rahn, 13; Melvin
Richard, 14; Burnett Roth, 15;
Louis Shafkin, 16; Robert Teaney,
17; Max Thurston, 18; Harold
Turk, 19; Charles S. Wescourt, 20;
A. Ernest Woolfe, 21; and Harry
Zukernick, 22.
ures of coordination among the
territorial bodies and with Israel
would be achieved," the report
asserts.
The document urges that with-
in individual countries, the va-
rious wings of the Zionist move-
ment be united into a single or-
ganization or federated, by agree-
ments freely made among them,
into territorial organizations
whose internal ruling bodies and
whose delegations to the Zionist
Congress should be proportionate
to the relative strength of the
various wings of the Zionist
movement in the country.
"The reasons which justify con-
ferring upon the Jews of Pales-
tine representation at twice the
ratio for Jews elsewhere have
pendence of Israel "by means
consistent with the laws of the
several countries whereof Zion-
i-ts are nationals or inhabitants."
To this end, the report continued,
"the Zionist movement will ren-
der moral and material assistance
to the people of Israel, will pro-
mote the speedy migration to Is-
rael of Jews desirous of settling
therein, will further their ade-
quate preparation, economic ab-
sorption and cultural integration
and will cooperate in lifting the
standard of life in Israel."
Such a relationship does not
preclude, but on the contrary in-
vites, cordial consulation, friend-
ly cooperation and intelligent co-
ordination with the authorities of
Israel, the report emphasized.
ZOA Elects Daniel Frisch President
Demands Administrative Autonomy
NEW YORK, (JTA) The
three-day 52nd annual conven-
tion of the Zionist Organization
of America concluded here Tues-
day night following the election
of Daniel Frisch as president and
the adoption of a resolution in-
sisting upon the administrative
autonomy of the American Zion-
ist movement in its relationship
with the Jewish Agency execu-
tive. The 2,000 delegates at the
parley also adopted a resolution
referring to the incoming ad-
Urgent Plea For Uncollected Pledges
In 1949 Appeal Made By Joseph Rose
An urgent plea for all uncol-
lected pledges in the 1949 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal was made
this week by Joseph M. Rose,
treasurer of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. The money is
needed, he said, to repay a loan
from a Miami bank.
"On March 18," Rose stated,
"the Federation borrowed $200,000
for 90 days from the First Na-
tional Bank of Miami and sent
the money to the United Jewish
Appeal which was in urgent need
of cash to continue bringing our
fellow Jews from Europe to Is-
rael.
"That loan is due on June 16,
he continued, "and it must be
reduced bv at least $100,000. This
can be done only if the contri-
butors pay their pldges in full.
Making an all-out effort to
bring in new pledges are the
newly organized Gold Diggers of
1949, which met Tuesday morn-
ing at Federation headquarters
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Milton Sirkin and Mrs. Louis
Glasser. .. -
Rabbi Leon Kronish addressed
the group and presented slides ol
cities which he observed there,
he urged the women to do every-
thing possible to alleviate the
ministration for study the Rif-
kind report which recommends
basic structural changes in the
World Zionist Organization.
The resolution on autonomy,
which expressed approval of the
resignations of Drs. Abba Hillel
Silver and ^.inanuel Neumann
from the Agency executive over
the issue, stated "that it is in the
interest of the World Zionist
Movement and of Israel that the
influence of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America in all fund-rais-
ing activities and institutions in
the United States shall be pre-
served and its representation on
the governing bodies of Ameri-
can Zionist funds shall be unim-
pared." It also demanded "that
the administrative autonomy
heretofore enjoyed by American
Zionist bodies within" the frame-
work of the World Zionist Move-
ment and its constitutional pro-
visions, shall be vigorously as-
refugee problem which now exists
in the young nation. Israel, he serted and fully preserved and
said, can not physically take care safeguarded in the future.
SSL&ia SmnEE& E* WSA d
of the immigrant without the un-
stinting support of American
Jewry.
Following the rabbi's speech,
cards of prospective givers who
contributed to the 1948 campaign
were distributed to the women.
Present at the first meeting
cvere: the Mesdames William
Loeb, A. A. Hayden, Leonard
Glickman, Gussie Packer, Annie
Zubar. Irving Lehrman. Harold
Kand, Mildred Rogers, Mew.
Meisel, Irving Gerstenfeld, Alex-
ander Robbins, Louis J. Krensky.
Morris Alpert, Alexander Kogan,
H. C Moser, Aaron Farr, Fried-
man, Benjamin Sherry, William
Danziger, Henry Seitlin, Aose
Pertes, F. Kalstein and Miss Lil-
lian Goodman.
First report meeting of tne
group will be held Wednesday at
Federation office. Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, who has just re-
turned from Israel and Europe,
will be guest speaker.
In referring the Rifkind report
to the Administrative Council of
the new administration, the con-
vention said that since it contains
"so many far-reaching recom-
mendations" it requires further
study and should therefore be
widely circulated as "material for
study and public discussion." A
third political resolution ex-
pressed approval and "full con-
fidence" in the leadership of the
administration headed by Dr.
Neumann, the outgoing president.
The convention closed with a
testimonial banquet for Dr. Neu-
mann. Among the many Zionist
leaders who paid tribute to the
calibre of leadership provided by
Dr. Neumann during his two
years as head of the largest Zion-
ist body in this country were Dr.
Silver, Mr. Frisch and Aubrey S.
Eban, Israeli delegate to the
United Nations. Particularly
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PAGE TWO
*Jewlst>ncridlan
FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1949
New Hate Group Is
Formed In Atlanta
ATLANTA, Ga.Formation of
the American Bilbo Club, the lat-
est hate organization to be
spawned in the South, was an-
nounced today by Alexander F.
Miller, director of the Southern
Office of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
A small group of die-hard mem-
bers of the defunct Nazi-like Co-
lumbians formed the core of the
new organization whose head-
quarters is located on Bankhead
Highway in Atlanta. Ira Jett and
P. F. Adams, Columbian organ-
izer, head the new movement.
Despite certain unverified reports
to the contrary, neither Homer
Loomis, Jr. nor Emory Burke,
guiding lights of the Columbians,
are members of this new organ-
ization according to Miller.
The purpose of the American
Bilbo Club is to perpetuate the
ideals and objective of the late
Senator Theodore F. Bilbo as out-
lined in his last book, "Take Your
ChoiceSegregation or Mongrel-
ization," published in 1947. In
this book, Senator Bilbo advo-
cated the expulsion of all Ne-
groes to Africa. Bilbo accused
both Jewish scientists and Cath-
olic priests of advocating mon-
grelization of the white race.
The Bilbo Club leaders hope
to establish many chapters, par-
ticularly throughout Mississippi
where the current Ku Klux Klan
has difficulty in getting new
members. They believe that the
magic of Senator Bilbo's name
will attract neophytes where the
hoods and the bed sheets have
failed.
Miller warned against taking
this new organization too serious-
ly. According to reports less than
50 individuals have joined thus
far. He pointed out that starting
new organizations in the spring
and early summer is apparently
a recurrent malady with Jett and
his associates. Three years ago
it was the Commoner Party; two
years ago it was the Columbians;
last year it was the fancifully
named Universal Klicglight Club,
and this year it is the American
Bilbo Club. If history repeats it-
self, the good sense and good will
Tropical Lodge to
Hold Swim Dance
Final arrangements are being
made for the third annual water
carnival and swim dance spon-
sored by Tropical Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, to be held Saturday. June
4 at the Hyde Park Hotel, as an-
nounced by Alvin Budner and
Edward Oka, co-chairmen of the
publicity and public relations
committees.
Acting as over-all chairman,
Seymour Brenner heads the fol-
lowing committees: reception, A.
Budd Cutler, Gershon S. Miller,
Irving Cypen; entertainment,
Seymour Brenner. Sidney Sny-
der; ticket, Howard Levine and
Mike Sussman; display, David
Moldan. Hal Kaye, Sam Kessler
and Stanley Falke.
Zionist Youth Council
To Meet Tuesday Night
The Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission, sponsored by
the local units of Hadassah and
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, will meet Tuesday at 8:30
p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, Mrs.
Alfred Mamlet, newly elected
chairman of the group, has an-
nounced.
Annual reports outlining the
year's activities will be heard
from Beverly Raphael, president
of Miami Beach Jr. Hadassah;
Esther Ann Cohen, president of
Miami Jr. Hadassah; Gilbert Roz-
ran, IZFA; Herman Staiman,
president of Miami Masada; Gil-
bert Rappapoit, president of Mi-
ami Beach Masada: Joseph Pardo,
chairman of the Young Judaea
Leaders' Council.
Also on the agenda are various
committee reports, including that
of Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman
of the Brandeis Camp Institute
Committee.
Hadassah Games Night
Monday night will be games
night at the Sagamore Hotel, 1671
Collins Ave.. lor the benefit of
the Miami Beach Business and
Professional Division of Hadas-
sah. The public is invited.
of the American people will make
for an early demise of this latest
hate group.
Arranging final details for the third annual water carnival
and swim dance to be sponsored by Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith
tomorrow night at the Hyde Park Hotel are (1. to r.) Alvin Budner,
publicity chairman: Howard Levine, tickets; Leonard Uhr, door;
Seymour Brenner, over-all chairman; Hal Kaye, display.
Hadassah To
Install Leaders
Mrs. Murry Grossman, south-
eastern regional vice president of
the state of Florida, will be in-
stalling officer for Miami Group
of Hadassah at their installation
reception to be held on Monday
at 1 p.m. in the Biscayne Room
of the McAllister Hotel. Mrs. Mor-
ris C. Drapkin will act as mistress
of ceremonies, and the benedic-
tion will be given by Mrs. Harold
B. Cohen.
A candlelighting ceremony will
seat the officers, who 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.
J. H. Weitzner, treasurer; Mrs.
Joseph Sugerman, financial sec-
retary; Mrs. Milton Weiner, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Rae
Frome, recording secretary.
A program will be presented
by Frayda Buch, ten year old
pianist and the Maryen Lorrain
Dance Studio.
Members and their guests are
invited to attend the reception.
Ping Pong Tournaments
In Progress At Miami Y
The 1949 summer ping pong
tournaments for juniors and
seniors are in progress at the
Miami Y.
These ping pong matches con-
sist of a three out of five series
with all challenges to be met
within a two week period. The
tournaments will run through
August and Bob Bergen, a junior
leader at the Miami Y, is the of-
ficial judge.
Roth Rally Set
For Saturday Kite
A huge motor cavalcade pre-
ceding his rally at Flamingo Park
at 8 p.m. Saturday is being plan-
ned by Rurnett Roth, candidate
for Miami Beach city council.
A buffet supper of sandwiches
and cold drinks will be served at
the assembly point, the municipal
pier, at 6 p.m. following which
with police escort, the cavalcade
will tour the area from 41st St
south to the bandshell.
Following an inspection of the
area north of 71st St. this week
Roth said that "the city has failed
completely to give the residents
of the area the facilities to which
they are entitled, such as ade-
quate street lighting, sidewalks
sewers and pavements.
"These residents pay their pro-
portion of city taxes, and have for
several years," Roth continued
"and they are entitled to such
services."
In a meeting with the 29th St
association, Roth advocated a
foot bridge across Indian Creek
at 29th St. in order to connect
the residential with the business
district.
A 60-day moratorium on apart-
ment house evictions and rental
raises will be called for bv Bur-
nett Roth on June 8 if he is
elected to a seat on the Miami
Beach city council, he said. "My
first act as a councilman will be
to bring the moral persuasion of
the city government on apart-
ment house owners to agree to
the moratorium," Roth reported.
Roth added that in his opinion
the most pressing problem facing
the community is that of housing.
PIONEER JEWISH CAMP OF THE SOUTH
25TH SEASON
CAMP OSCEOLA
Thoroughly Modern Separate Camp* for Jewish Boys and Girls on
Lake Osceola and Mills River "In the Land of the Sky"
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
2500 feet elevation Capable Seasoned Staff
Resident Physician and Nurse Horseback Riding
Supervised outdoor recreation Boating
PRIVATE NEW SWIMMING POOLS AT EACH CAMP
For information Contact Owner and Director:
HERBERT SILVER. B.S. IN ED.: M.ED.
950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, Telephone: 5-5975

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PROMINENT WOMAN
ATTORNEY
AND
CIVIC LEADER
ANNA BRENNER
MEYERS
WHOLEHEARTEDLY
ENDORSES
HAROLD TURK
Dear Harold:
I purposely returned earlier from my trip to
Israel in order to participate in your campaign for
re-election as Councilman of Miami Beach.
I believe that your record as Councilman during
the first term in office has been good. Your activities
in the betterment of Miami Beach and your plan
for further civic improvements have convinced me
that you are a good public servant and that you
merit my endorsement.
My parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner have
requested of me that I assure you of their continued
support and join me in best wishes for a very suc-
cessful campaign.
Sincerely,
(Signed) ANNA
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
Next Tuesday Pull Lever 19 and
Re Elect T 11 Q V Y0UR CITY COUNCILMAN
HAROLD I y Iff II -The MAN wjfh pUNr
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR
COUNCILMAN
TURK
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Ae Hirseh Meyer
SppoHsTark
5f with the pre-election
FaCedas to whether he'll run
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run
back,
ala!nh"^andidates he will
whIch na Hirsch Me er
fflSn o ?he wraps and en-
has a Hirold Turk for re-elec-
Eo SSS Beach city council.
public indication
First
that
T,,rk had the support of the yet-
Reach councilman and civic
- at a South Beach
'
lel.Sa rallv in Turk's behalf
PEacr paid tribute to Turk
rdrcs to the community as a
founclman and a citizen. He cited
ffi record of public service
JS he came to Miami Beach
'"president of the Miami Beach
bvings and Lan Association and
former president of the Miami
B Bar Association, Meyer
led Turk's re-election.
Also enthusiastically received
., the South Beach meeting was
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, at-
torney, and past president of the
Jew,sh social Service Bureau.
Mrs Meyers, who has been as-
sociated with Turk in the practice
of law declared that the council-
man without fan fare, has given
freely in professional services to
clients in all walks of life.
I cut short my trip to Israel
so that I could return to Miami
Beach in time to give any assist-
ance that I could to Councilman
Turk's campaign," Mrs. Meyers
uid- ... V ..
A barbecue and open house
reception honoring Councilman
Harold Turk, candidate for re-
election to Miami Beach city
council, is scheduled for 8 p.m.
Sunday at the Raleigh Hotel. The
public is invited.
Host for the event is Sam Riv-
kind, who predicted more than
1.000 person^ would enjoy the
barbecue and an opportunity to
hear Councilman Turk.
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The Florida Division of the
American Jewish Congress has
elected a delegation of four to go
to Washington to present facts
and figures on the failures of the
German de-Nazification program
to the U. S. Senate.
In the delegation are Mrs. A. A.
Hayden, president of the Miami
chapter; Mrs. Louis Glasser, na-
tional vice president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress; Miss Clara
Goldenberg, president of the
Florida Women's Division, and
Kurt Singer, author of "3000
Years of Espionage" and many
other books.
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mittee.
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of the industrial revival of Ger-
many, the fact that former Nazi
officials have been appointed to
the new school and judiciary sys-
tem and many factories which
were designed to be destroyed
are today producing industrial
goods and armament.
The 48 state delegations will
ask the Senate to start an im-
mediate investigation of the de-
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BUDWEISER
Order by the Carton
Mrs. Rose Weiss was an enthusiastic speaker in behalf of
William (Bill) Burbridge. dean of the Miami Beach council up for
reelection, at a testimonial luncheon given the candidate this week
by 350 friends and supporters. The luncheon toastmaster was
Thomas O'Hagan DuPree, prominent Miami Beach business and
civic leader. The luncheon was given Burbridgvj in tribute to his
17 years of constructive service on the council. It was held at the
Raleigh Hotel. ______
Emory Honors
Miami Ml ml on Is
Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, na-
tional honorary fraternity, at
Emory University were Samuel
Kardon, 814 Lenox Ave., Miami
Beach; Benjamin D. Saffan, 17
NW. 30th St., and Fred Silver-
man, 1330 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Miami Beach. Kardon is major-
ing in chemistry, Saffan in psy-
chology and Silverman is a pre-
medical student.
Chosen for membership in Al-
pha Epsilon Upsilon, lower divi-
sion honorary leadership society,
were Larry J. Rubin, 400 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach, a journalism
major, and Sidney E. Grossberg.
212 S.W. 20th Road, a pre-medical
student.
North Shore Lodges To
Meet Monday Night
A joint meeting of the North
Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith and tbe
Women's Chapter will be held
Monday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple
Beth Sholom.
Reports will be heard on the
recent District Grand Lodge Con-
vention and plans will be dis-
cussed for community service
work and social events for the
summer months. President Mark
Silvcrstein and Mrs. Mark Silver-
stein will preside at the respec-
tive .meetings._____________.
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EDITORIAL
New ZOA President
With the internal controversy in American
Zionism largely healed at the recent convention
of the Zionist Organization of America, Daniel
Frisch, the new president of the organization, is
now looking forward to repairing the rift else-
where.
His announcement that he intends going to
Israel with a group of Zionist leaders, with a view
to contacting the Israeli Government on a series
of important matters, will be greeted not only by
Zionists but by all who were distressed by the
guarrels and their repercussions. It was un-
fortunate that divisiveness should have struck
American Jewry in Israel's most important hour
irrespective of the balances and the merits of the
opposing claims.
Militarily and diplomatically Israel seems to be
out of the woods. But the economic picture of the
new stateburdened as it is by a program of
immigration that must not and will not cease until
the desire of every Jew who wishes to enter the
country must be housed, fed and be made in-
tegrated into the limited economy. Tens upon tens
of thousands of others are still waiting anxiously
to share Israel's destiny and triumph. It may take
a decade or more before this task is done.
American Jewry has been the greatest reservoir
of help in the past. The fate of those who escaped
the clutches of Hitlerism depends largely on the
extent to which American Jewry will carry on
in the future. If the program of help to Israel,
either through philanthropy or private investment,
is to succeedit is essential that we have a united
American Jewry.
Nor must we overlook the significance of unity
to the cause of our own communal life.
Mr. Frisch has striven to the presidency of the
ZOA at one of the most disconcerting and critical
periods in its history. We can only hope that his
courage will be rewarded. He is realist enough
to know that while his task may be an arduous
one it is not beyond achievement.
UN
ASSEMBLY
CLOSED
FOR
AU REVOIR and PEACE
Shan'uoth
Shavuoth or the Feast of Weeks will be ob-
served by Jews everywhere today and tomorrow.
Orthodox and Conservative synagogues will
hold services for the observance through Satur-
day. Services in Liberal and Reform temples will
end tonight.
Shavuoth is the season that is looked forward
to by so many of the youth. Confirmation cere-
monies in a religious atmosphere take place
amidst all the finery.
The holiday marks the time when Moses re-
ceived the Ten Commandments from God. The
festival also is traditionally celebrated as the
The Jewish Museum
The Jewish Museum has become such an in-
tegral part of the cultural fabric of our American
democracy that it is startling to reflect that its
entire existence spans only two years. They have
been eventful years, however, because they have
brought to the Jewish people a new and heart-
warming concept of the beauty of holiness. At the
same time, these two years have given to all ol
America a clearer understanding of the well-
springs of Judaism, and its profound influence on
the dally lives of its adherents.
As the Museum begins its third year on May
16, there ought to be some way for American
Jewry to express its appreciation toward the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America which
brought together this magnificent collection of art
and ceremonial objects, as well as toward Mrs.
M. Warburg who so generously donated the War-
burg family mansion on upper Fifth Avenue in
New York City as a proper setting to house its
treasures.
Since the doors of the Museum were opened
in 1947, more than 175,000 visitors from this coun-
try and from nations all over the world have
entered to view the paintings, sculpture, and re-
ligious art objects which are exhibited on the
first four floors of the great Gothic Museum build-
ing. In addition to the permanent displays of the
objects associated with Jewish worship, the
Museum has also held nearly 30 separate ex-
hibits of painting, sculpture, handicrafts and the
creative art of Jewish children from every part of
the world.
Through its establishment of the Museum, the
Seminary has done more than forge an eloquent
link with the Jewish past. It has created a forum,
so to speak, for the contemporary Jewish artist
and has spurred a resurgence of interest in the
physical beauties associated with the Jewish re-
ligion.
harvest season.
Would that the true meaning of the Ten Com-
mandments become an everyday practice
amongst all of us and not just a thought on
Shavuoth.
Shavuoth Reflections
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Shabuoth is a major holiday
and yet as I look back to younger
years when holidays make a
greater imprint, it seems to me
that the impression left by
Shabuoth is very minor.
There was so much ado about
Passover, when you ate Matzoth;
on Purim, you ate hamentashen;
on Chanuka you got special
latkes; on Yom Kippur, you didn't
eat at all ... I don't recall that
we ate anything special on
Shabuoth or not. Perhaps there
is something unique in the Sha-
buoth diet also, but the fact that
it is lost in my memory is signi-
ficant.
Nevertheless, Shabuoth is an
important holiday. It commemor-
ates the giving of the Law. What
could be more important than
that.
Mt. Sinai is a very small moun-
tain as mountains go. Anyway,
such mountains as the Alps or our
own Rocky Mountains would
consider Sinai very small fry. Why
didn't God speak His word from
some higher peak? Why didn't
He send His thunderous word
from the Alps or Himalayas?
The answer, said the Jewish
sages, was that God chose Sinai
just because it was a small moun-
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tain. The Lord k>veth the humble.
But the Lord also seems to love
those not so humble. The Talmud
has it that "chutzpah" is effective
even against God. Somehow we of ground, you would find your-
have to reconcile both of these self in the caboose. But Ruth
ized.
Suppose you were hungry and,
seeing somebody's apple trees or
wheat field, went in to do a little
plucking for yourself. Suppose
you even try to go to some big
stretch of unused woods, you will
see signs: No Trespassing. And
if you tried to pick some apples
or tomatoes from a worked piece
ZOA Elects Daniel Frisch President,
Demands Administrative Autonomy
Telephones 2-11412-8212
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120 N. E. Sixth Street
Volume 22 Number 22
FRIDAY, JUNE 3. 1949
IYAR 29. 5709 \
extreme poles. There is a beauty
about true humbleness but there
is also a great deal to be said for
"chutzpah" sometimes.
I suspect that deep down, there
may not be as wide a chasm be-
tween these two quaLities as first
appears. Perhaps the person who
has the real quality oi humility
not the phony qualityis able to
appraise all things in. truer per-
spective, and when audacity is re-
quired the modest man turns dar-
ing. The lamb, as it wene, is trans-
formed into a lion. Anyway,
things like that happen in those
movie cartoons. You eat a little
spinach and lo and behold, you
are a different person. I suspect
that this type of movie cartoon
is popular because we vaguely
suspect that we, too, have this
power of self-transformation.
Was not the basic thought in
the giving of the Law which we
commemorate on Shabuoth this
very idea that man can mould
himself anew? Science shows us
that the world can be made anew,
that almost any kind of trans-
formation in the physical world
is possible. Yet it is commonly
thought that mentally and spirit-
ually we are immobile, unalter-
able. That which is the livest
thing in usour psycheis re-
garded actually as the deadest,
for only the dead cannot change.
The Torah given on Mt. Sinai
was a challenge to this idea. It
said, not only may we, but we
must change. That is the essence
of all good religion.
Shabuoth not only marks the
giving of the Law but it is also
an agricultural festival, a harvest
festival. We read the Book of
Ruth on this holiday, because
this book of the Bible seems to
mirror the ancient Jewish hus-
bandry as no other. Ruth glean-
ing the ears of wheat and barley
that was possible in ancient Is-
rael. It wouldn't be possible in
any of the modem countries,
which are supposedly more civil-
took no chances in doing so, for
the Torah given on Sinai com-
manded the Jew to leave corners
of his field unharvested, so that
anyone in need might come and
help himself.
The Book of Ruth is also a kind
of treatise in inter-cultural or in-
terracial relations. Ruth herself
was not a Jewess, but was wel-
comed nonetheless. Ruth is just
a fine girl, and fine people do
not find dogmas or race any ob-
stacles to friendship.
Hollywood News
HOLLYWOOD The motion
picture audience of today has
"drastically changed" and Holly-
wood producers face an "almost
impossible assignment to appeal
to all" film producer David O.
Selzr.ick confided to me re-
cently. Selznick, maker of such
great motion pictures as "Gone
With the Wind," "Since You
Went Away," "Duel in the Sun"
and "Portrait of Jennie," declared
that producers must reach out for
the widest possible audience to
survive economically. Pictures are
thus aimed at a common denom-
inator, but sometimes reach for
the lowest denominator, he said.
"Hollywood has yet to find a
way to satisfy today's audience"
and "the economics of the busi-
ness have gone very sour" with
producers "struggling desperately
to make ends meet." Selznick
questioned the qualifications of
critics who approach films as an
art form. He also expressed doubt
concerning the "extent of reader
interest in reviews of movies as
an art form."
Irwin Dambrot has been elected
co-captain of City's basketball
team for next year while Joel
Kaufman has received the same
honor at N.Y.U.
(Continued from Page 1)
singled out for praise was his
role in the upsurge in the Zionist
movement in this country since
the beginning of the war and his
Jordan Valley Authority plan for
the development of hydroelectric
power and irrigation in Israel.
In his speech of acceptance of
the presidency of the organiza-
tion, Mr. Frisch placed special
emphasis on the United Jewish
Appeal, declaring that the "heroic,
willing self-sacrificing Yishuv"
will not be in a position to con-
tinue its open-door policy, "un-
less we provide the means." The
time has passed "when we could
afford to indulge in mere sym-
pathetic lip service or contribu-
tions to general funds, however
important. This is the hour of
deeds and more deeds, and we
shall accomplish them not in
anonymity, but in our own name,
in the name of the Z.O.A., as
well," Mr. Frisch stated. He an-
nounced that the organization
would establish in Israel a Z.O.A.
House to serve both as head-
quarters of activities stemming
from the movement in America,
and as a hospice and guide for
American Jews coming to Israel
as visitors or as permanent resi-
dents.
Other officials elected included
Rudolph G. Sonneborn, chairman
of the National Administrative
Council and Mortimer May, chair-
man of the National Executive
Committee. The election of a
coalition leadership once again
brought peace to the organiza-
tion, which had been split be-
tween administration supporters
and members of the Committee
for Progressive Zionism.
The dissolution of the Commit-
tee for Progressive Zionism, an
opposition group within the
Z.O.A., was announced last night
at the convention. Rudolph G.
Sonneborn, newly-elected chair-
man of the National Administra-
tive Council and a leader of the
C.P.Z., who made the announce-
ment, declared that the settle-
ment of differences between the
two factions was a "happy augury
for the entire Zionist movement
in the United States." He added
that the new unity would bring
"new blood and new strength into
the ranks of the ZOA. and en-
able us to move forward resolute-
ly to the aid of Israel."
Jewish Quiz Box
Q.: Is it necessary to hare
procession at a Jewish wedding?
(A. F., Boston.)
A.: Technically, there is no law
requiring a procession. Sources
on Jewish customs cite the need
for attendants and the custom for
these attendants to lead the
couple to the canopy. The matter
of attendants is indeed a helpful
and a social one. The Talmud
states that the Lord himself pro-
vided attendants for the wedding
of Adam and Eve. Some sources
claim that HE attended them. The
communal ideal in Jewish life is
stressed by the presence of at-
tendants. It is possible, however,
to have a Jewish wedding with-
out a procession and without at-
tendants, and still meet the ne-
cessary requirements.

Q.: Why is it customary for the
groom to come first to the Canopy
in the course of the procession?
(T. T Baltimore.)
A.: Jewish marriages are las-
hioned after the procedure of tne
revelation at Mount Sinai ai
which God and the Jewish peopn
were wed. God is mentioned as
the groom and Israel as the briae.
God came first and then tne
Bible says: "And Moses brough
forth the people out of the camp
to meet the Lord" (Exodus 19.WJ-
The rabbis in the Midrash, com-
menting on this, say that w
came from Sinai to welcome Is-
rael, as a bridegroom steps
forth
to meet the bride." It thus has
remained a custom, even to tn
day, for the groom to go to n
canopy first and then as the DW
approaches, to go forth to mee
her. Indeed it is better for the
groom to wait for the bride than
for the bride to await the groom.
even in our modern social cus
toms. The Talmud claims tn*
God conducted Eve to her nus
band, Adam.
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PAGE FIVE
NAT ALAN DAN
Say a Word About
OUR BROTHER BURNETT
We want to thank our many friends on Miami
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Our Brother Bernie...
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During the 31 years that the Roth families
have lived in the community, we have tried to give
of our time, our money and our services for every
worthwhile causeto every worthwhile organiza-
tion. During these many years we have never sought
nor asked for personal favors. This forthcoming
election IS ONE TIME that we are asking our friends
for their consideration and their vote for
Our Brother Bernie.
(Roth for Council)
We fully believe that Bernie deserves your vote
not because he is our brotherbut for the reason
hat Bernie has devoted practically all oi his time
to you and to all of the residents of this community
inoh, so many fields and in so many ways.........
Our Brother Bernie...
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has served his fellow man in bettering human rela-
tions among an faiths. He has fought anti-discrimina-
tion on every front and for racial and religious
understanding.
Our Brother Bernie...
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served his country during the last war and as a
veteran has stood shoulder to shoulder with every
veteran and every veteran group for those who
sacrificed so much for every one of us. There are
hundreds of individual cases that Bernie, at great
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Bernie has led the fight to keep rents at a reason-
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PAGE SIX

Temple Isaiah To Mark First Birthday
At Buffet Dinner Dance Sunday Night
A gala buffet dinner dance will
be sponsored by Temple Isaiah
in honor of the congregation's
first anniversary and of Rabbi
David Raab's first year of service
to the group on Sunday evening
at 7 o'clock at the Belrnar Hotel,
Collins Ave. at 26th St., Miami
Beach.
Participating in the evening's
program will be Rabbi Raab,
Julius Jay Perlmutter, president
of the congregation; Harold Shap-
iro, past president; Mrs. Clara
Mae Van Ness, Sisterhood presi-
dent; Dr. Maurice Rich, president
of the Temple Men's Club;
Evelyn Ell, head of the Young
People's League.
Slated to appear in the floor
show are Duke Leonard, popular
singer and composer; Maurice
Cohen, magician; and Marian
Cohen, coloratura soprano.
Temple Isaiah received its state
charter June 8, 1948, and founders
were Harold Shapiro, Alfred
KreLsler, Dr. Seymour Kreisler,
Richard Goodman and Rabbi
Raab.
"We have grown from a hand-
ful to a full-size congregation of
one hundred families," Rabbi
Raab said, "and we hope to double
our membership during the com-
ing year."
Subscription for the affair is
three dollars and the public is
invited to attend.
Rabbi David Raab
Brandeis Graduates To
Hold Reunion July 4
On July 4th weekend at the
Hendersonville, N. C, Brandeis
Camp, graduates from the Bran-
deis Institutes will gather to hold
their first Southern reunion.
Approximately 300 alumni from
the Southern, Seaboard, South-
eastern and Eastern Regions have
been invited to attend the week-
end gathering.
Purposes of the reunion, as out-
lined by the chairmen, will be to
take refresher courses, to gather
for friendship and fellowship, to
inspect the new Brandeis Camp,
and generally to renew the spirit
created when Brandeis campers
assemble.
Wives and husbands of fo1 mer
B.C.I.'ers are invited to attend
the reunion. Applications may be
obtained by writing to Natalie
Levison, 702 Peters Building, At-
lanta, Ga.
Beach Railway Company
Receives Safety Award
The Miami Beach Railway Com-
pany was presented with a
safety award from the American
Transit Association recently in
recognition of the company's
safety record. Charles D. Cole-
man, safety director and assistant
treasurer, accepted the award on
behalf of the company at a con-
ference held early last month in
Philadelphia of transit companies
in United States and Canada.
Share! Chapter
Schedules Outing
An all-day outing for members
and dates is being planned by
Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women for Sunday at
Crandon Park, Adele Ziff, presi-
dent, has announced.
A picnic lunch, swimming and
softball are on the afternoon's
agenda, and a wiener roast and
dancing are scheduled for the
evening.
Chairman of the event is Har-
riet Slomowitz, who will be as-
sisted by Arline Cohen, Ruth
Bett, Dolly Levick and Rita Gold-
weber.
A Shavuos program will be
presented at the next meeting of
the organization to be held Tues-
day at the home of Arline Cohen,
1771 S.W. 21st Terr.
Bea Gomelinski. chairman, will
be aided by Mrs. Elaine Zagoria.
Mrs. Seitlin Named
Convention Delegate
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, organizer
of the Pioneer Women of Greater
Miami and president of Club No.
One of Miami Beach, will repre-
sent her club at the national con-
vention to be held at the Ben-
jamin Franklin Hotel in Phila-
delphia, Pa.
Also elected to serve as dele-
gates were Mrs. Lena Kaplan and
Mrs. Ciporah Levine. Mrs. Mary
Golden was chosen alternate. The
group will leave Miami on June
9.
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SPECIAL MEMORIAL (YAHRZEIT) SERVICE
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Rabbi David Raab will Preach on the Subject:
"ON BEING ALIVE"
"SHOW REVERENCE TO YOUR DEAR DEPARTED BY
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Th Public Is Invited to Attend
+Jenist>flcrMian
Cardiac Homo Group To
Sponsor Card Party
A dessert lunch, card and mah
jong party to be held at the Ritz
Plaza Hotel. 17th St. and Collins
Ave. Miami Beach. Wednesday
at l'p.m. Will be the first fund
raising affair of the newly organ-
ized Flamingo Chapter of the Na-,
tional Children's Cardiac Home. I
Mrs. Sevmour Friedman and
Mrs. Sam Magaziner are co-
chairmen of the affair. Serving
on their committee are the Mes-
dames Edmund Perls P. L. Kap-
pel, Irving Fagen and Irwin Cold-
stein
Tickets for the affair are $1.50
and mav be reserved by calling
Mrs. Friedman at 82-9914 or Mrs.
Magaziner at 9-4482.
Charter membership is still
open but will close the day of the
party. Regular membership is
open at all times.
Gables Members Attend
Testimonial Affair For
Rabbi Skop In Orlando
A delegation of members of
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Silver. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Corenblum. Herbert Gelernter,
Herman Fisher and Mrs. Irving
Gerstenfeld attended the testi-
monial reception given in honor
of Rabbi Morris Skop by Con-
gregation Oheb Sholem in Or-
lando last week. Rabbi Skop is
leaving the Orlando community
to assume the post of rabbi with
the Coral Gables Jewish Com-
munity Center on September 1.
Rabbi Skop joined Chaplain
James Boston of Pratt General
Hospital and Rabbi David Max
Eichorn. national director of field
operations of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board, in Coral
Gables for luncheon Tuesday to
discuss his duties as chaplain for
Jewish patients at the hospital.
FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1949
Burbridge Calls
For Widening Of
Streets, Bridges
Miami Beach Councilman Wil-
liam Burbridge called for widen-
ing streets and bridges in the
North Beach area to relieve heavy
traffic congestion.
Speaking at a luncheon in his
honor at the Raleigh Hotel Tues-
day the candidate for reelection
said the tremendous growth of
the Beach in the past five years
had placed the traffic problem at |
the top of the city's list of needed
civic improvements.
"Miami Beach now is in the I
transitional stage between a small'
city and a large city. That means
our civic needs, such as wider I
arterial avenues, better lighting I
and more adequate storm and
sanitary sewers, are increasing
daily," Burbridge said.
"My record will show that I
have beenand still amin the
forefront of all movements for
civic improvement. I believe in
the future of Miami Beach.
"Along with this, I have been
a consistent supporter of better
salaries and more liberal pensions
for city employes, including the
police and fire department."
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I solemnly pledge that as
councilman, I will represent all
the residents of this city with-
out fear of any and with spe-
cial favor for none. I
pledge that I will use
the experience ob-
tained in public, civic
and professional ac-
tivities in this com-
munity to determine
all the issues which
may come before the
council for the best in-
terests of the entire
city.
My allegiance has
beenand as a mem-
ber of the city council
will continue to beto all of
the people of Miami Beach
and not to any segment there-
of.
I have made no promises of
any kind to any persons or
groups, other than to the
people of Miami Beach as a
whole.
I made a forthright an-
nouncement of my candidacy
immediately upon reaching a
decision to run and proceeded
to tell my story simply and
honestly. I have made no pub-
lic or private solicitation of
funds. Except for my home, I
do not own, nor do I have any
financial interests in any real
estate, apartment houses, ho-
tels, businesses or en-
terprises in M ia m i
Beach.
Limited funds have
prevented me from
employing paid can-
vassers and similar
paid workers and ex-
tensive and expensive
newspaper and radio
advertising. I am,
therefore doubly
grateful for the volun-
tary assistanco given
me by friends and fel-
low citizens who have come to
my support. In these closing
days of the campaign, more and
more people and groups are
flocking to my support. This
is gratifying to all of us and
approval of the type of cam-
fiaign we have been conduci-
ng. I welcome and appreciate
this support.
My campaign has been the
presentation of my qualifica-
tions qualifications which
show that I deserve the sup-
port of every voter.
I believe my record of serv-
ices discloses that I am as well.
if not better, qualified than
any other candidate, incumbent
or non-incumbent. Let lhem
speak for themselves, as 1
tpeak for myself. I do not seek
votes by name-calling. I a
not seek publicity at the ex-
pense of the reputation of our
city, nor will I contribute lo
the desecration of out M*>-
scapes by use of signs and m-
boards on vacant lots in viola-
tion of city ordinances.
Miami Beach must be kepi
clean and attractive, physical-
ly and morally. It must obtain.
deserve and maintain a na-
tional reputation for phy""'
and moral cleanliness. This
the vital concern of every resi-
dent, every employee, every
employer, home-owner ana in-
vestor in Miami Beach.
I have demonstrated my
moral philosophy and pMJJT
phy of government by aevas
not words. ___.
I pledged again that ascoun
cilman. I will represent all ine
residents of Miami Beacn
without fear of any and wun
special favor for none. w
Tuesday. June 7th. I will ap
predate your vote.
Pull the LAST Lever FIRSTS3A
HARRY ZUKERNICK
((raid Political A>iv)
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fpinAYjUNE 3, 194&
^JeHistnoridton
PAGE SEVEN
tl
MIAMI BEACH
NEEDS
BILL" BURBRIDGE'S
EXPERIENCE
Dean of Miami Beach city-
council, William (Bill) Bur-
bridge, center, is taken on a
tour of inspection at the new
Mt. Sinai hospital by board
of trustee members Max
Orovitz, left, and Baron de
Hirsch Meyer. Reconstruc-
tion work on the hospital is
half completed. It was form-
erly Nautilus hospital. A
campaign luncheon for 400
guests will be given Tues-
day by supporters of Bur-
bridge, who is running for
re-election. The luncheon is
at the Raleigh Hotel.
(Reprint from Miami Beach
Sun, Sunday, May 29, 1949)
%e-Steef
WILLIAM
BILL


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PAGE EIGHT
+Jf*istncr*Jbr___
FRIDAY, JUNE 3.
1949

Personally Speaking...
V: ?z.-i Mrs Ic-^s Gcrzzz 7TJT S.W ~ St hrre msve-d
to 765 S.W. 2ir Road.
* *
Vs zzzd Mrs Scl Gutstem -'-'- 3 W Ir- Terr rte sieved
to the Srr. Jutrr. Kcte". where they w-_ll remtrin tin July -^
when, they w-^1 ie^rve :cr Cr^r-rc The Gutre-^s wJI rerun: tr:rr.
the Ncrv. =rer the r.zr. Hc'.v 2-vs.
a" *
Frcmir. Dcvis, sen cf Mr tmd Mrs Gcrdc- Dc^rs ITil S.W
23rd Terr., arrived ire- New Ycric icist week tc rr.end^ h_s
hrother Stanley's wecshr.c which will take mare Sunday June
12. in Sena.'Fla
-a -a
Vacaticmnc. vrhh hit parent is ?ml ?._h_- sen o: Mr. end
Mrs L-.s Ruim 2553 S.W :.-. Si PU a araduata oi the Uni-
-ow a~er.d_nr Punons Art bstirata where
Levy-Trust Nuptials
Slated For Tomorrow
At.-.: --:-:..;-: -5 rr.a the
irriag* :: Mrs
-_..- snagm* d I --'
th Ketr:pc: H::el : IG
Beadi t: Joel M Treat .' Bestoa

The .-:-.-. |.
evening : it Tem-
pie Isaiaa befon Ral -. r.
Rat": ImmecLate.v :-..iwir.z '-
-v i reception w:
Metropok H
Mrs Levy u I in n
vers.
y;"--------
u senevolent ganiza-
:.:-= and -: at preset a ".:<
-' the C-::az: "'-" -'
*-. -.._-.- .
.;; ------ to New Ycric ge-^.v^ Announced
r.e _s stuaymg ver.ar aercroticn .".e w:
Sunday to resume his stadias ., M
* Adnenne Lee Weisber* t Martin
Z: interest to ir.ez.ds m x area _s fea lOtuui of Theodore L^iri, Wj Miami Beach
S. Bemomin ho a veers sccum .z Z-tz-e Young Benxrrr.ir., -aj :-e~r. _;_ by J is-->.-.
sen Of tha ?ov Baa am..-.3 z: Jacksonville ".s 0 grod'urte of ie v _
Urhvers:-/ of f^orido w-e:e r.e vrzs electee la ?h; Bets Kappc. v/: ; :.::' "Tv/./: :
padiute of lha Crawford Secre-
ar.il School in Chicafo.
3^-,. w -^^.g -:-_---.- -Qaa 1 Mr Waascimao, ion of Mr '
^..-.r.i-ri the
Mr rr.d M_-s Jooor.
a *
2-= *:-.ver. I:';" .'omes Ave., Miami
for the- wb w
Comznunitr leaders assure Councilman Harold Turk he has
their backin<| for re-election to Miami Beach city council Tuesday
Left to right Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, attorney and former
president of the Jewish Social Serrice Bureau; Councilman Turk,
and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Teteran former Miami Beach city
councilman, past president of Miami Beach Bar Association, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Sarings and Loan Association.
home crt
Ir.o
1345 Lskesho-re Drive ?/.:-.."- C
-a -a -a
Word -"-us received rorr. Ml ur.d Mrs. Sum 3. Miller, who
ere vacationing in the North thai they were in WflkeoBuiiw.
Pec -o attend a wedding Sunday. T.-.e Millen will rerarn to
V *
rzzz. end :-'s S M Machlei and hat s^ter, Mrs. Mca
raqrlioin Bow to Now York Saturday r..zz\ to attend the
ranaral of ?-'rs. Tuhe Y.z-z 0: Broc^hyn N Y mother 0: Mrs.
Machtei r.-.d Mrs Pearlatein. Intermeni took place Sunday in
Mount Zion Ceme-ery, orooklyn Rabbi Machtei returned to
Miami sfter the services
*
Mrs I C A.-.oe.-s-or. 0: Atlanta Go .= tha bouaaguaat of her
brother and aiater-in-krw Mi and Mra. Frank Thompson. 1241
N.W. S8th Terr Whila hare s.-.e will attend the wadding of Zeida
Berlin to Ber-urd Kitchin which will take place on June 10.
a -a -a
?-':h .7.-.e'j" Lieberthal oi Valcour Lodge. Lcke Champlain,
?.'. Y and Miae Hanya Friedlander who recently spent a veca-
\or. al t.-.e President Madison Hotel Miami Beach, were enter-
'.-:.-.ed during then stay hy Rose Nutkir. 12C0 Pennsylvania
Ave, Miami Beach.
a *
V.'....urr. Homer, former resident of Micrr.i now living in the
Panama Cur.-:; Zo.-.e, is spending a few days here.
" -a -a -a
Mr; BlorriJ V.-a5Jormir;. Phila-
delphia. Pa graduated from Tom-,
pie UrJversity
Temple Women to
Sew On Mondays
RriHp-AWt To Be ^eted Ever>' Mor-da>' lrosn June 6 to
bnae-eiect 10 ee rewo Dt:eTbe- 6 w:n te sewing day
- :':' al ;Z;,^y t-~ SSow --- members of the Temple
rnelBeth Sholom Sisterhood, accord-j Georgia.
Solomons To Graduate
From University Of Ga.
June 11 is the date both Mr.
and Mrs. Harold S I mon will
graduate from the University !
. Bettys Restaurar.t. Biscayr.ei
Blvd Zelda daughter of Mr. andiing to an announcement by lus.'
Tet
Su^ov.-.:z left
for Nev; York this weak for a combined
Mi Albert H. Berlin, 324 S.W
23.-d Ave. v...: marry Bernard
Kil bin of Toledo. Ohio. sor. of
- late Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kit-
chin of Miami, on Friday, June
10.
Ai-xander Robbins. president.
Beginning Monday, Mrs. Rob-
S&ju, tr.e organization will
swicfi into action on its sewing
: t ject for the third annual ba-
zaar scheduled for December 6
and 7. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Out-of-town luncheon guests
who will rerr.air. her* for tr.e -
wedding festivities include the: Sisterhood members will sew
- -he's grandmother. Mrs lout, crochet items to be sold at
Margaret Fant; a cousin, Patricia
Gauntt: Mrs. E. C. Anderson and
Barbara McCarthy, former Mi-
ami an. all of Atlanta. Ga.
Hostess at the luncheor. will be
Mrs. Frank Thompson, 1241 N.W.
58th Terr.
h-3.r.e3s ur.u nieuaure tr.o
'** +
Mrs. Edward A. Platkha and daughter, Alma, of 1460 West
Ave.. Miami Beach, will leave Monday for Brooklyn. N. Y. They
will he away the entire summer, visiting relatives in Brooklyn,
Kingston M, Y., Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Upon returning
to Miami Beach Miss Plaudn will resume her studies at the
University oi Miami
a *
Tr.e bris milah 0: Michael Dennis, son of lAz. and Mrs.
Homy Panchanaky, 400 NE. 88th St.. took pkica Sunday, May
2Y at tha Panchanaky home. Acting as godparents were Mr.
and Mrs Mayer Kaplan. Dr. David Brezin was sandek. The Rev.
Philip Fr.eu officiated.
* +
Mi and Mrs. Arthur Appto, S4S Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach. ar.r.our.oe 'r.e z.r'r. 0: the..- second son, Jeffrey David,
born May 10 at Doctors' Hospital. Coral Gables. The bris was
performed hy Ranhi S. M. Maor.te. on May 17 at home. God-
parents cie Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lindauer and sandek is Harry
Rudolph. The baby's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry
C. Apple and Mrs. Celia J. Walkind
* -a
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will join Mrs. Machtei, who is in New
York, on Sunday to attend the wedding of their daughter, Naomi,
to Morton Stitsky. The event is set for June 26 at the Central
Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Machtei will return to Miami about July 10.
a *
Mona-Zucca, composer of "I Love Life." and her husband,
Irwin M. Cassel, left for New Yoik City, where they will remain
until Christmas. They will be joined by their son, Marwin, who
will graduate from the University of Florida Law School in June.
While in New York, the composer is scheduled to make radio
and television appearances.
*
Sam Friedland, owner of the Food Fair stores and the Shel-
borne Hotel, was recently feted at a farewell dinner party by
32 of his executives, including Frank Catterson, district man-
ager; Dave Stuben and Branch Manager Abe Maloff. Mr. Fried-
land is leaving Miami today with Mrs. Friedland for Europe.
Samuel M. Cohen To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cohen, 3660
S.W. 13th Terr, announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son. Samuel
M.. which will take place this
morning, June 3, at 9 a.m. a: the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
The Bar Mitzvah attends Ada
Merritt Junior High, where he is
president of bit class, a member
of the school band, the plastic
and the photography clubs.
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen will be
hosts at a reception at their home
in honor of the young man Sun-
day afternoon.
Relatives and friends are in-
vited to attend.
the bazaar.
Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs.
Louis Stoff will serve as luncheon
hostesses Monday. Reservations
may be made by calling the Tem-
ple office.
Mrs. Bessie Nelson has been
named as bazaar chairman and
Mrs. Gilbert Goldman and Mrs.
Louis J. Krensky will serve as
co-chairmen.
Rose Chapter
Inducts Leaders
Mrs. Erwin B. Marshall was in-
stalled as president of the Rose
Chapter of B'nai B'nth Women
at a dinner Sunday evening at
the Steak House, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Marshall succeeds Mrs. Nor-
man Reinhard.
Other officers inducted were:
Mrs. David Platt, vice president:
Mrs Louis Kessler, recording sec-
retary: Mrs Bernard Bram. cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Leroy
Levy, treasurer: Mrs. Arnold
Kirschenbaum. historian.
Elected to serve on the board
were Mrs. Raymond Marcus and
Miss Pearl Gordon.
Mrs. Raymond Marcus and Mrs
Philip Greenfield were in charge
of arrangements.
Roberta Weiner
To Sing Sunday
Selections by Brahms, Schubert.
Tschaikowsky. Victor Herbert,
Romberg and Fnml will be in-
cluded in the concert to be pre-
sented Sunday evening by thir-
teen year old soprano, Roberta
Weiner, at the Miami Y.
Roberta, who has won acclaim
from critics and the public, will
be accompanied at the piano by
her teacher, Miss Louise Sparren-
berger.
Also on the program will be
Dancer Rosemary Hutton, who is
a student of the Myro Jo May
Studio.
Sorority Alumnae Meet
A meeting of the Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi Alumnae Association was
held at the home of Mrs. David
Rifas. 1263 S.W. 21st Terr., on
Thursday evening, May 20. Plans
for tr.e coming year were pre-
sented. First affair on the new
calendar will be a charity theatre
party to be held at the Monte
Carlo Hotel Wednesday, proceeds
of which will go to a French or-
phanage which the group spon-
sors.
The annual luncheon for grad-
uating seniors and the installa-
tion of officers was held recently.
New officers are Mrs. Harold
Stone, president; Mrs. David
Handel, vice president; Mrs. Alex
Rubin, recording secretary; Miss
Lillian Gross, corresponding sec-
retary; Miss Betty Alvin, treas-
urer.
Mrs. Solomon, the former
Muriel Auslander. attained mem-
bership in the nat. nal r.onorary
fraternity. Phi Beta Phi. ar.d was
honored at a speci robly en
May to.
Her husband, ar. Ail Force vet-
eran, has been a member of the
school's honorary dramatic frat-
ernity for the last two years ar.d
has won acclaim : : .1 charact-
enzations in such plays a.- "Time
of Your Life." Skin of Your
Teeth," "Joan of A: and others.
He also managed many backstage
activities including set designing
Mrs. Solomon I shared her
husband's interest ::a.T.atic
arts by becoming costume mis-
tress of the univi -.;'.- theater.
Their mother? Mrs. Samuel
Auslander and Mrs. Ray Gordon,
plan to drive to Georgia together.
to attend graduc^ t-.on exercises.
They will then all return to Mi-
ami.
Miss Stepkin Honored
A farewell [ h ".or oi
bride-elect Toby Stepk as giv-
en at the home brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. ani Mrs.
Sidnev Stepkin. 211 I S.W. list
St.. Thursday. Mav 26 Over 100
guests attended th< party.
Miss Stepkin's marriage to H.
Albert Fisher will take place
June 12 in Dalla.-. Texas.
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nr^niNE 3, 1949
'Tersonally Speaking
PAGE NINE
the
Mr and Mrs. Edward Rubin, 3288 Giiford Lane, announce
h of a daughter, Patricia^Alison.
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Cootner, accompanied by their
*-*i___Iam* rill Hriiro 4/*\ f^.n\ r\ c*t* w i 11 ^ flUMJ*^. .. .
,ht
pa
Phi, honorary scholastic fraternities. He celebrated Ms
... .i i___ft*.. OC TT U.:_____i_____ ,i
ana iu. -------- ->-^Uiu(jumea oy ineir
j,inhter, Charlene, will drive to Gainesville Sunday to attend
the g
011 'honors, was recently elected to Phi Beta Kappa and'p'hi
tiler, w"7 ;---------_,- -., ,,uu' lu unena
. araduation of their son, Paul, from the University of Florida,
who will receive his Bachelor of Science degree with
Seteenth birthday May 25. Upon their return, the Cootners will
JItend Charlene's graduation from Miami Senior High.
^ V ^
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan left for New York yesterday to
attend the wedding of their niece, Judith Rinzler, on Sunday at
the Waldorf Astoria. Miss Rinzler is marrying the grandson of
A Werman of Miami Beach. The Kaplans will return from
Neff York on June 13.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers returned from her trip to Israel
and Europe last weekend. Mrs. Meyers flew back with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner, who are summering in
Connecticut. The Brenners will return to Miami in the fall.
^^ ^^ "^*
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Richardson of Miami Beach recent-
ly left for a trip to Israel.
1 *
Jack August of the El Mirasol Apartments is vacationing in
the North and will be away for about four weeks.
* *
Mrs. Milly Wengrow, 1330 13th Terr., Miami Beach, is leav-
ing for Kew Gardens, N. Y., to attend the silver wedding anni-
versary of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
G. Kranze. Mr. Kranze is an executive in the motion picture in-
dustry, and a brother of Ricardo Cortez, motion picture star. Mr.
and Mrs. Kranze have two sons, Donny and Bany. Mrs. Wen-
grow leaves by plane and this is her first airplane trip.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman, 1410 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach, will be hosts at a garden party at their home Sunday in
gratitude for the recovery of their daughter, Adel Maxine, who
has just returned from Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md.,
after four months of treatment.
* +c *
Charter members of the Shelborne Hotel's newly organized
Honeymoon Club are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Loew, Suffern,
N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Love, Philadelphia, Pa., Mr. and Mrs.
Sylvan E. Meth, Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Reiter,
Bronx, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Sachs, Bayonne, N. J.
Members of the club have special tables in the dining room and
the hotel club and special activities have been arranged for
them.
-* *
Mrs. Nathan Adelman recently returned to Miami after
Biting family and friends in Baltimore, Md., and Roanoke, Va.
* *
Mrs. Lillian Richheimer, 1135 S.W. 6th St., was hostess to
a group of friends at a party celebrating the first anniversary of
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner.
Pilams Honor Seniors
Pi Lambda Phi fraternity at
the University of Florida held its
annual senior banquet recently
at the U. of F. Campus Club.
Principal speaker was Dean Jos-
eph Weil who bade the graduat-
es seniors farewell. Following
his speech gifts were given to
seniors and short speeches were
made by each.
.Seniors from the Miami area
mcude: Charles Friend, Jordan
ttel. Mnrty Greenwald, Marwin
rm? u Edwa""d Klein and Charles
Courchon.
Debate Title Awarded
Miami Beach Student
InElSf' -of the grand national
w?11 5L~ 1949 is Jordan Bi"el of
S Be.ach- a senior t the Uni-
versity of Florida.
BitSi L Mr- and Mrs- Perrv
?S ?10 Alton Road. Mai
dVnt V J,0ldan is retiring presi-
--ni or the varsity debate society.
fa ^Sr,lec.ted t0 Phi Beta KaP-
Pd and Florida Blue Key.
JJowhi Urges
Bid Issue Vote
Miam. Beach Councilman D.
eriw .'e11 ured each' freehold-
ant K. 1. for*et the two import-
Porn Jssues at stake June 7.
tion c Ja candd*te for re-elec-
SSerMld lhe bond issues for
Effi, and additional street
timiM6 arf, ^sential to the con-
Beach oWelfare of the growing
oeach community.
be !Ja,d t!?at freeholders might
bond i. forget the important
their rhA?Ue .whUe considering
cii! race m the heated coun"
Pa$3X Ssdd he > been cam-
KHSL0B a door-to-door basis
vote flgl"? eacb freeholder to
Beth David To
Hold Pienie Sun.
The annual Beth David Sunday
School picnic will be held Sun-
day at Greynolds Park, according
to an announcement by Mrs. Sam
F. Leviten, chairman.
Games, contests and outdoor
sports are being arranged by
Harry Rosen, Sam Leviten, Har-
vey Harmon and Milton Segal.
Transportation will be provided
to the picnic grounds for those
who desire it. For transportation
call Mrs. Moe Feingold at 3-8048.
Serving on Mrs. Leviten's com-
mittee are the Mcsdames Irving
Rosen, Nathan Davidow, George
Goldberg, Milton Segal, Al Lasko
and Moe Feingold.______
Beth David Sisterhood To
Hold Installation Affair
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its installation luncheon at 12:30
p.m. Wednesday, June 15, at the
Garden Restaurant, 2235 S.W. 8th
St.
Committee in charge of ar-
rangements include Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz and Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant, co-chairmen, Mrs. JacK
Rosenberg, Mrs. Edward Merlin
and Mrs. Abraham Kasow, tick-
ets. Reservations may be made
bv calling Mrs. Sam Dickson at
2-6676, Mrs. Elix Hinkes at
3-5854 or Beth David office at
9-3469. All reservations must De
in by Friday, June 10.
Business Woman
With Nursery School Child
Offers
FREE ROOM AND BOARD
In Cool Beach Apartment
To settled woman in exchange
for sur'-vision of child after
aclioolno housework
CALL 58-7396
Editor To Speak
To Heaeh Lodge
Edward Grusd, editor of the
National Jewish Monthly Maga-
zine, will be guest speaker at the
initiation of 77 new members into
the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B nth Wednesday evening at 8:30
3t the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter 1701 Washington Ave., David
K. Isen. president, has announced.
To celebrate the induction of
these new members, the organ-
ization will sponsor a dc
Synagogue Unit Meet In Beach II ail as sail
Tampa Draws Miamians Unit Holds Party
Representing the Sisterhood of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
at the conference of the Florida
Branch of the Women's League
of the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica held in Tampa recently were
the Mesdames Alfred Stone, Isa-
dore Newman, Julius Seligman,
Morris Wolf, Irving Lehrman and
Benjamin B. Wolff. Mrs. Irving
Lehrman, retiring president who
was named honorary president,
Sunday, June 12 at 9Dmna?C ?re?ided. ?la the meeting- Mrs"
Delano Hotel. 1685 fjoffis Ave S,8 Sa,lsbUry f Tampa was in
I Ave., charge of arrangements.
Miami Beach.
Shavuos Party
The Ben Gurion Branch of the
Efu nd aLnd thc Golda Meyerson
Club of the Pioneer Women will
jointly sponsor a Shavuos party
tomorrow evening at Congrega-
un Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Simon April will be
guest speaker and Cantor Berele
Kelemer will sing appropriate
songs. Refreshments will be
served.
Admission is 75 cents and pro-
ceeds are earmarked for the Jew-
ish National Fund.
Guest speakers at the meet
were Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth
David Congregation, Miami; Rab-
bi Henry B. Wernick, Rodolph
Sholom Synagogue, Tampa; Rab-
bi Morris B. Chapman, B'nai Is-
rael Congregation, St. Petersburg;
Mrs. Samuel Glassman of Phila-
delphia, vice president and na-
tional field director of the Wom-
en's League.
Next conclave will be held one
week after Passover at a place to
be announced.
Stadlan Attends Meet
Joshua Stadlan represented the
Hebrew Teachers Association of
Greater Miami, Aguthas Ham-
orim, at the convention of the
National Association of Jewish
Educators and the American As-
sociation of Jewish Education
held in Atlantic City this week.
Mr. Friedman, president of the
organization, expressed the be-
lief that Stadlan's report to the
group on the conference will be
of great help in "our efforts to
improve the educational stand-
ards of Hebrew learning in our
community."
Freedom House Forum
Mrs. Molka Reich and William
L. Ross will read selections from
the works of Dylan Thomas,
young Welsh poet, and discuss
his place in the realm of con-
temporary literature Sunday eve-
ning at 8:30 at the AVC Freedom
House, 4323 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
The Freedom House symphonic
hour will be held in the patio
behind the building Thursday at
8:45 p.m. under the direction of
Louis Glass, who recently re-
placed Paul Siegel, noted young
composer.
North Shore Women's
Group Names Officers
Fifteen members of the North
Shore Women's Chapter B'nai
B'rith have been elected to serve
on that group's board of directors
for the coming year, Mrs. Mark
Silverstein, president, has an-
nounced.
The group includes: the Mes-
dames Sam Solloway, Clarence
Samuel, Lewis Safft, Ada Jo-
sephs, Norman J. Russ, Sol T.
Schwartz, Louis Steiger, Bernard
Goldfinger, Mortimer Luchow,
George S. Levenson, Dan Wolf-
son, Melvin Altman, Bernard
Hoffman, Fred Sommerstein and
David Levinson.
The board was officially in-
stalled at ceremonies in the Sax-
ony Hotel recently.
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Division of Hadassah
held a membership party Sunday
afternoon, May 15, in the patio
between the twin bungalows of
Mrs. Celia Cook and Mrs. Beatrice
Cypress.
At this affair all members were
given the opportunity to sign the
parchment scroll which is to be
mailed to President Chaim Weiz-
mann in commemoration of the
first birthday of Israel.
Lillian Goodman, president of
the group, served as mistress of
ceremonies. Mrs. Alexander Ko-
gan, newly elected president of
the Miami Beach Group of Ha-
dassah, extended greetings and
Mrs. Jean Berman spoke on "The
Establishment of the Hebrew Un-
iversity and Hadassah Medical
Hospital on May 17."
The local Habonim group pre-
sented Israeli songs and dances
and refreshments were served.
Alfred Oboler
Y Athletic Program
The Miami YM & YWHA ath-
letic department will sponsor no-
age-limit team Softball, fumble-
ball and indoor baseball leagues
to be conducted on Sunday morn-
ings and Monday evenings.
In addition plans are being
formulated to purchase a boxing
ring to stage the monthly boxing
tournaments which are presently
being held the first Thursday of
each month at the Y gymnasium.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 3
Beach Center To
Confirm Students
The Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center Sunday School
will hold confirmation exercises
this morning. June 3. at 9 a.m.
in the synagogue, 1701 Washing-
ton Ave.
Members of the confirmation
class are Martha Jo Becker. Max-
ine Cherry. Marler.e Bertman,
Roberta Palay, Norman Ostrov.
Jerry Klonsky, Richard Jablor..
Marvin Siegel, Barbara Falk.
Susan Gans, Iris Thorpe and Ann
Serrant.
Following the exercises, the
congregation is invited to a re-
ception by the parents of the con-
firmands in the Center patio.
Graduation exercises of the
Daily Religious Schools will be
held tomorrow morning. June 4.
at the Center. Graduates, whose
studies at the Religious School
have fitted them for attendance
at any regular Hebrew high
school, are: Joseph Ginsberg.
Herbert Kaplan. Howard Katzen
and Richard Rose.
Official closing of Sunday
School for the summer months
will be on Sunday when prizes
and certificates of honor will be
awarded to outstanding students.
The Daily Religious School of-
ficially closes on June 16.
Gables BB Women To
Hold Card Party Tuesday
Br.ai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables will hold their final meet-
ing of the season with a luncheon
and card party at the Sorrento
Hotel. 4384 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach, on Tuesday, June 7. at
12:30 p.m. Members desiring re-
servations are asked to call Mis.
J. Toback. chairman, at 48-5285
or Mrs. D. Klein, co-chairman, at
48-2287.
Littman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Harold
Littman. formerly of 4223 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery. Relatives and friends are
requested to be present.
Academy To Give Exams
Final examinations in the He-
brew and English departments of
the Hebrew Academy will be giv-
en all during next week to the
students under the supervision of
Sol L. Sugarman. the principal,
and the members of the faculty.
Law Offices
Ben Essen anounces the open-
ing of his offices for the general
practice of law at 823 Seybold
Building.
He attended City College of
New York and New York Uni-
versity and graduated from the
New York University Law School
in 1924. He practiced law in New
York and Massachusetts for 20
years and is a member of the bar
in both states.
Gold Foresaw Tenant
Emergency On Beach
As long as two years ago Sam
Gold, veteran campaigner for the
job of city councilman, predicted
the present emergency facing the
tenants on Miami Beach. One of
the main planks in his platform
during the last election, was based
on a conviction that a supervisory
organization was needed to meet
the rent problem anticipated by
the lifting of rent controls. At
that time Gold said "Decontrol of
Miami Beach is a certainty. Plans
should be made now to meet the
emergency."
Beach Leaders
Endorse Woolfe
Unqualified support of the
campaign of A. Ernest Woolfe
for councilman of the city of Mi-
ami Beach was announced by
C. L. Clements, president of the
Chase Federal Savings and Loan
Association. In a letter addressed
to candidate Woolfe. Chase stated:
"I am leaving Saturday for a
vacation and just want you to
know that Mrs. Clements and I
are casting two absentee ballots
for vou for the city council.
Mrs. Clements and I have ob-
served the progress you have
made in Miami Beach during the
past 25 years. You have made
good because you have played
the game squarely, and men who
have been successful in their
own affairs are the type of fel-
lows whom we would like to see
at the head of our city govern-
ment."
Because of their friendship for
Woolfe. candidate for councilman
of Miami Beach, some of the lead-
ing entertainers in this area will
appear at his wind-up rally Sat-
urday, June 4, at Washington
Park, Washington Ave. and 2nd
St.. Miami Beach.
The "Ernie Woolfe for Council-
mar." headquarter on Wednesday
released a letter from County
Commissioner Louis F. (Red)
Snedigar, formally endorsing A.
Ernest Woolfe for a seat on the
city council.
"If the voters of Miami Beach
know your qualifications as well
as I do, I am sure they would
give you one of their five votes,
which I am going to do, on June
7, said Snedigar.
The Snedigar endorsement
carries considerable weight ac-
cording to political observers. It
follows closely the similar letter
from Clements. Isadore Goldburg,
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund, Attorney Byron Cisco, Dr.
Herman Broughton, Dr. Barney
Weinkle, Dr. Richard L. Schwarz,
Attorney Morton Rothenberg, are
all campaiging for Ernest Woolfe.
Woolfe is the only non-incumbent
to be endorsed thus far by the
Committee of One Thousand.
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, pioneer Miami Beach residents, pic-
tured here, recently celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary.
This week they are busy encouraging their many Miami Beach
friends to help in the increasingly popular campaign to elect their
son-in-law, the well liked A. Ernest Woolfe, to the Miami Beach
City Council. Ernie Woolfe, also a pioneer Miami Beach resident,
has worked unselfishly for 25 years for the betterment of Miami
Beach. As a result such prominent Miami Beach leaders as County
Commissioner Louis F. Snedigar and banker Charles L- Clements,
have announced their support of his candidacy.
Louis Miller is an officer of the L. & H. Miller Company, build-
ing contractors whose low bid secured the contract for constructing
the new Miami Beach City Auditorium and Convention Hall. He is
also Treasurer of the Miami Beach District of the Zionists of America.
ELECT to the Council
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Hebrew School To
Hold Confirmation
First confirmation exercises of
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will be held Sun-
day at 7:30 p.m. in the main audi-
torium of the school building at
1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Confirmands who will appear
on the program include: Alvin
Joel Moss, opening prayer; Ei-
leen E. Duchon, floral prayer;
Matthew K. Becker, Zionism and
declaration of faith; Sandra Ann
Rosen, bible; Marilyn S. Kostoff,
thanks to parents; Ann Shirley
Jacobson, closing prayer.
H. M. Drewitch, president of
the congregation, will extend a
welcome and Cantor Berele Kele-
mer will chant Mah Tobu and
Yevorechecho. Leo Sheiner, chair-
man of the congregation's board
of education, will present gifts
and diplomas to the confirmands
and Saul Genet, superintendent
of the Sunday School, will de-
liver the teachers' address. Rabbi
Simon April will bless the class
at the conclusion of the program.
Bette Irene Fiedler, pianist, will
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A guard of honor, composed",
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BBYW To Hold District Convention
At Ritz Plcaa Hotel June 11-14
\L Ritz Plaza Hotel will be evening on Sunday, a formal ban-
c of a four-day conven-1 quet and installation of officers
* |Cf!u Win! B'rith Young ?nw Monday evening and a bowl-
Uon of th,T B"!' f nLtrict No. in* tournament Tuesday afte
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PAGE ELEVEN
Women's Chapters of District No.
fTpening with a reception and
lZ on Saturday, June 11, at
ffitm and closing w.th a swim
Lnc on Tuesday evening, June
Til has been announ
& a Feldman general
man of the annual
announced by
chair-
conclave,
secretary of
iy after-
noon.
Young women between the ages
of 18 and 25 interested in joining
the B'nai B'rith Young Adult
Groups are asked to contact Char-
lotte Sandier at the Ritz Plaza
Hotel, convention headquarters.
"Miss Feldman is secretary of
rtj ffnai B'rith Council of Great-
Miami and a past president of
gig chapter, BBYW of Miarm
listing Miss Feldman with
dements will be Bette Ann
Sown! social chairman of the
ffi Hirsh Landau Chapter and
Charlotte Sandier, publicity
^roxi-S 100 delegates
. expected to attend business
sessions, athletic events and the
social program prepared by the
SSntion committees. District
No 5 of B'nai B nth includes the
nistrict of Columbia area, and
the states of Maryland, Georgia
and Florida.
Hostess B'nai B'rith groups of
Greater Miami will include the
Colman A. Zwitman Chapter of
Miami Beach and the Sharet
Chapter of Miami. Mrs. Beverly
Becker, first vice president of the
Women's District Grand Lodge
No 5 will be a guest of honor
and Michael Rand of Greensboro,
N C, District 5 Youth Organiza-
tions director, will be a particip-
ant in the seminars. Mrs. Philip
Lefkowitz, youth advisor from
Miami Beach, and other youth
leaders of the area are expected
to attend. David Rabinowitz of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, re-
cently appointed youth chairman
of the state of Florida, will also
be present.
Tentative program will include
a community service seminar
scheduled at the Ritz Plaza Hotel
and a weiner roast party in the
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Because of reports from Talla-
hassee that the legislature prob-
ably won't have an opportunity
this session to act on a proposed
Ku Klux Klan ban, Miami Beach
City Councilman Herb Frink has
directed that copies of Miami
Beach's city ordinance against
hooded organizations be mailed
to other Florida municipalities.
Frink, former mayor and a
candidate for re-election, strongly
supported and moved for the
council's recent adoption of the
Miami Beach law against the
wearing of masks, burning of
crosses and other Klan activities.
The ordinance has been highly
endorsed by all patriotic groups
of the area.
Penalties upon conviction of
violating the ordinance may be
a fine not to exceed $1,000 or im-
prisonment not to exceed 90 days,
or both fine and imprisonment
at the discretion of the court.
Frink pointed out that the or-
dinance exempts the wearing of
masks by children under the age
of 17 years, "So that the children
may continue to enjoy the pleas-
ures of masking and dressing up
in fanciful costumes during Hal-
loween or other holidays. Circus
and other show performers also
are exempt from the provisions
of the ordinance.
'The United States Department
of Justice has declared the Ku
Klux Klan to be a subversive or-
ganization," Frink iurther ex-
plained. "It is un-American in
the conception and execution ot
its acts violating our sacred Bill
of Rights. It has no place in our
American way of life and I stand
four square unalterably opposed
to it or any other group, the
members of which hide their
identity behind masks and violate
all our concepts of tolerance and
fair play."
Frink cited one clause of the
ordinance to state: "No person or
persons shall in this city while
wearing any mask or device
whereby any portion of the face
is so hidden or covered as to con-
ceal deliberately the identity ol
the wearer, enter upon or be or
appear upon any public or pri-
vate property within the city
The second clause, the council-
man said, reads in part "No per-
son or persons shall, while wear-
ing a mask or device whereby
any portion of the face is so hid-
den or covered as to conceal de-
liberately the identity of the
wearer, demand entrance OT
admission or enter or come upon
into the premises, enclosu
Beth Sholom To
Hold Confirmation
Tonight at 7:45 p.m. Temple
Beth Sholom will hold its Shavuos
service and confirmation exer-
cises, according to an announce-
ment by Rabbi Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion.
The confirmation class will pre-
sent a cantata on the theme, "Is-
rael Reborn," written and ar-
ranged by Rabbi Kronish. The
traditional liturgy, songs of Zion,
and the confirmands' recitations
have all been integrated into
Zukerniek Favors
Beach County
Since entering the practice of
law in Miami Beach 14 years ago,
Harry Zukerniek has been active
in all constructive civic affairs.
He is one of the first ten attor-
neys to establish offices in Mi-
ami Beach and has been admitted
to practice before the U. S. Su-
preme Court.
Born in New York in 1905,
Zukerniek married the former
Susan Brower and, with their son,
Michael, a law student in the
University of Miami, they reside
in their own home at 3134 Sheri-
dan Ave.
Zukerniek is the only man to
around entertainment program,
and more parks, playgrounds and
beaches.
'" .ne i have the distinction of having
,w?,0Slte.cs"ata service. The| been president of the Civic Lea-
fr ,hi .aVe, been P_reP?red I gue of Miami Beach, the Miami
or the musical selections by Can- |each B'nai B'rith lodge and the
tor Samuel Kelemer, assisted by
Hy Fried, at the organ.
Certificates of confirmation will
be presented to the following
confirmands by Shepard Broad,
president of the congregation:
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Miami Beach YM & WHA. In
addition, he is a member of the
Chamber of Commerce, Jewish
Community Center, Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach Zionist dis-
H.mCm ui me congregation: trict, Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
Ann Broad, Carol Ciralsky, Char-1 eration. Conference of Christians
lotte Glyck, Gilda Goldstein, Bar- and Jews and tne Anti-Defama-
bara Hillman, Allan Levey, Bar-
bara Levinson, Barbara Pallot,
Sylvia Perlman, Helene Rosen-
thai, Barbara Rothman, Diane
Silverman, Gloria Silverman, Suz-
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Chief plank of Zukernick's
platform in his race for city
council is establishment of a
separate Miami Beach county. He
also favors equalization of assess-
ivus. L.eon j. an, cnairman oi sewer and lighting systems, con-
the school board, will present the' struction of an adequate stadium
confirmands and Mrs. Alexander for athletic events, widening of
Robbins, president of Sisterhood, north-south thoroughfares and
will present an inscribed white construction of more bridges to
Bible to each of them.
Parents of confirmands will
hold a reception in the Temple
banquet hall, immediately after
the confirmation service on Fri-
day evening, and Saturday eve-
ning, the congregation will tender
a party and dance for them and
their friends.
eliminate traffic bottleneceks, ex-
pansion of the public library sys-
tem, with branches in populous
areas; summer band concerts in
city parks, as part of a year-
Former Police Chief
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Robert T. Teaney, former chief
of police at Miami Beach, is a I
candidate in the forthcoming
council race. A Miamian since
1925, Mr. Teaney is married and
has one child. He is a veteran
of both World Wars and a mem-
ber of the Masons, Elks, Ameri-
can Legion, Forty-and-Eight. Mr.
Teaney attended Milliken Uni-
versity, Decatur. 111., Gem City
Business College, Quincy, 111. and
the University of Miami.
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Gables Center To
Install Officers
Rabbi Morris Skop, who will
become spiritual leader of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center on
September 1, will be guest at the
installation of the congregation
and Sisterhood Wednesday at 8
p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel, 4384
Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Herbert Gelernter will be seat-
ed as president of the congrega-
tion and Mrs. Irving Ger.stenfeld
will take over the duties of presi-
dency of the women's group.
Other officers of the congrega-
tion to be installed are: Herman
Fisher, vice president; Mrs. A.
W. Harris, recording secretary;
Ed Miller, treasurer; Mrs. Ted
Goodman, corresponding secre-
tary; Meyer A. Baskin, financial
secretary.
Serving on the congregation's
board Of directors are: Charles
Adler. Herbert Blumo, Louis
Finkelhor, Irving Gerstenfeld, A.
W. Harris, Sol Halpert. Maurice
Horwitz, William Pallot, Sam
Rabenowich, Sidney Richman,
Sam Silver, Mrs. Morris Coren-
blum. Mrs. Ed Miller, Mrs. Sid-
ney Miller and Mrs. Sam Sehule-
fand.
Also to be inducted as officers
of the Sisterhood are: Mrs. Sid-
ney R:chman, first vice president;
Mrs. Maurice Horwitz, second
vice president: Mrs. Meyer Bas-
kin. recording secretary; Mrs.
William H. Karo, com sponding
secretary; Mrs. Sol Halpert, as-
sistant corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Herbert Gelernter. treasur-
er: Mrs. Louis Perkell, financial
secretary.
Members of the Sisterhood
board include: the Mesdames A.
W. Harris. William Hechler. Sol
Kline, Leo Wool, A. H. Bricker,
Herman Fisher, Joseph Platt.
Sam Schulefand, Sam Ral em
wich and Milton Yaffee,
Following the installation i
monies there will be a reception
and dance in the Sorrento Room
of the hotel.
Arrangements for the affair are
being made by: the Mesdames
Sidney Richman, Herman Fish-
er, A. W. Harris, Irving Gersten-
feld, Louis Beck, Al Levick.
Maurice Finkelhor, Sam Silver
and Joseph Koven.
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The newly elected and installed executive officers and board
lirectors of the Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the
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of directors _.
Aged will hold their initial meeting Monday at 1 p.m.
Auditorium. Pictured are the new officers, who include: Mrs.
William Danziger, president; Mrs. Maxim Hershey. first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Nat Katx. second vice president; Mrs. Bernard Bern-
stein, third vice president; Mrs. Claire Shanske, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Jack Krohn. corresponding secretary; Ms. Sidney
Covner, financial secretary; Mrs. Joel Zalis, treasurer; Mrs. Sidney
Boeninger. social secretary; Mrs. Isadora Cohen, parliamentarian;
in Burdine's
Mrs. Ben Kendall, sergeant-alarms; the Mesdames Beni.
Sherry, Joseph Fine, Isadore Cohen. Jennie Grouinaer i."*!
Cohen, Eva Goldich. I. Keil, Ben Stone. Harry Field, trustees ^
Mesdames Nathan Abramovitz. Gerson August, A. M. Bear I
Brown, Philip Catsman, Max Daum, Anna Doe'ckler. Bessie^?
Elman, Ben Firestone. Oscar Green. Either Goodman, Ben b!
Elix Hinkes. Harry Klein, Pearl Krieger. I. Langne'r H ui*.
Joseph Milgram. David Pottash. William Robinson iS
Schwartz, Nathan Siegel. Max Simonhof f, David Singer, Era Tiuh
Abe Waldman, Rose Weiss, members of the board of director!,
Ili Smear Campaign
Melvin J. Richard, anti-ad-
administration and anti-syndicate
candidate for the Miami Beach
city council, predicted that a
violent "smear"' campaign would
be directed at him in the closing
day of the race.
Richard said that the Beach
Rambling syndicate, which he has
Workmen's Circle
Women To Meet
Women's Club Branch No. 692
of the Workmen's Circle of Mi-
ami Beach will hold a close-of-
the-season meeting this evening
at 8 o'clock at the New Lyceum.
25 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach.
Reports will be made and re-
freshments will be served.
The group will sponsor a boat-
Kaplan \-or's
llea<*h Tax System
A J. "Stumpy" Kaplan, candi-
date for the Miami Beach city
council, addressing the Pat'
club of Miami Beach, severely
criticized the present tax struc-
ture of the City of Miami Beach.
"After examining the records,"
Kaplan said, "I have found that
the city tax assessor has com-
pletely ignored the laws of the
State of Florida by not assessing
the hotels of Miami Beach for
even half of their actual value.
The city is making the small
homeowner carry the brunt of
the taxation burden for the pub-
licity fund which should be paid
by those parties that benefit di-
rectly from the tourist trade .
the hotels, the businessmen in the
merchandising field and the op-
erators of entertainment facili-
ties."
Kaplan hit at the city council's
failure to provide a low-cost
housing project for city emploves,
school teachers and veterans that
work on the beach. Kaplan point-
ed out that there are, and have
been for some time, adequate
funds available to carry out the
housing that the present incum-
bents promised to provide when
they campaigned two years ago,
but have ignored completely.
Radio Debate Slated
Arnold Forstcr, national di-
rector of the Civil Rights Divi-
sion of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue of B'nai B'rith will hold a
radio debate with Edward J. En-
nis of the American Liberties
Union over Columbia Broadcast-
ing System Sunday from 12:30 to
1 p.m. (EDT), according to Gil-
bert J. Balkin, state director of
the ADL.
Topic to be discussed is "The
Supreme Court and Freedom of
Speech," based on the recent Su-
preme Court decision in the
Terminiello case.
Chicago Club Meeting
The monthly meeting of the
Pittsburgh Club of Greater Mi-
ami will be held Monday evening
at 8:30 at the Kitty Davis Club.
Miami Beach. All members and
their friends are invited.
made a target in his campaigning.' ride Sunday evening at 8 o'clock
and the tools of the five syndicate/aboard the Seminole Queen,
members, would be behind the I which leave from Pier 6 of the
smear attempt. I Miami Yacht Basin.
of
THE GOLDIN PHARMACY
1633 Washington Ave.
has been sold to
Steir & Resnic*k
who will operate it as
LINCOLN CUT RATE DRUGS
They will itock a complete line of drugs, sundries, cosmetic! ine nek
room supplies.
To save time and the trouble of finding parking space hive yMr
Doctor phone us your PRESCRIPTION and we will make free promt
delivery.
PHONE 5-3090 AND 5-2870
Mrs. Janette Richard, wife
Melvin J. Richard, is filling
speaking engagements for her
husband who lost his voice dur-
ing last week's campaigning. Mis.
Rii I arc! stumped for Mel at the
North Shore Democratic Club and
also took over lus radio program.
Richard appeared at a Miami
Beach city council meeting and
asked that a housing authority
originally set up in 1938 be ac-
tivated and that it do something
toward providing low-cost hous-
ing on Miami Beach.
lle.'H'll Y 0|M'IIS
Vr( Clinic Series
Miss Doris Rosenthal, world
renowned artist, will offer the
first of a series of art clinics at
the Miami Beach Y on Monday
at 8:30 p.m.
"The art department of the Mi-
ami Beach Y has conducted two
art exhibitions, one for profes-
sionals and another amateurs,"
Gus Jacobson, executive director
said, "and both interested thous-
ands of people. We also conduct
art classes and now with the
addition of the art clinics, we
have a very comprehensive pro-
gram for meeting the art needs
of the Greater Miami com-
munity."
Sponsors for these clinics in-
clude: Charles Resnick, Mark Dix
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mr
and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Marie
Schenk, Dr. Eric Carlberg, Max
Drossin, Leo Huberman, Zena
Posever, George B. Storer, Reyna
Youngerman, Doris Reno, Ryt
Suez, Perri Freischman, Edna
Fensin, Doris Rosenthal and
Chaim Reuben Rose.
Miami Y Forum Monday
Second in a series of monthlv
iiw,.s ^"""'red by the Miami
YM & YWHA Will take place
Monday evening at 8 o'clock, at
the Y building.
Topic for discussion will be
Federal Union, World Federa-
tion or United NationsWhich Is
Best for the World?"
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Melvin J.
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^pHsrael To
jfirm Students
wenty-one members of the
le Israel Sunday School will
^firmed at exercises this
JZ at 7:30 at the Temple.
Thane for this year's confirma-
n is "The History of the Jews
,he United States," and ad-
" on this subject will be
Lered bv Confirmands Charles
Sard Spiintz, Barbara May
Jl Mary Lou Nelson, Pauline
E'e Oppenheim, David Zim-
L, Donald Stuart Rosenberg,
fcark Emanuel Williamson, Mar-
Landau Garden, Donald
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JEWS IN SPORTS
XXIV

Lou Eisenstein is probably the
busiest hoop official in the east.
His season is not over and al-
ready he has traveled 90.000 miles
to work ball games. In all that
time he has been in perfect shape
with only two colds to hamper
him during the long season. After
a rest of a few months Lou goes
back to work in the Borscht Cir-
cuit, handling all the tough inter
mountain resort games.
Dick Elkind. promising voung
catcher from City College, has
decided to forego his last year of
college competition to sign a
Rose, Earle Vincent j bonus contract with the Pitts-
burgh Pirates. Dick batted .348
with the Beavers last spring.
Spencer n~-. -- --
Itibs, Geor8e H So,ule- Bernard
IJiuw Beskind. Robert Thomas
iBisi, Sally Elaine Harelik, Den-1
I 0therP confirmands who will
Inarticipate in the program are:
I Wilton Allen Drucker, invocation
I aid opening service; Daniel Louis
I Ross service ritual and confirma-
tion'prayer; Nancy Dale Wise,
I responsive reading and closing
|Drayer- Muriel Sandra Sedon of-
Ifering of the flowers; Barbara
Diane Schwartz, symbol of the
flowers; Marshall Alan Pepper,
blessings and portion.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
offer the confirmation address
Lad VOW. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan,
rabbi emeritus of the Temple,
will give the confirmation bless-
ing Confirmands will be pre-
sented by Max Meisel, chairman
of the school board, and confirm-
ation certificates will be con-
ferred by Jules Pearlman, retir-
ing president of the congregation.
Mrs. Isaac Levin, retiring presi-
dent of the Sisterhood, will pre-
sent bibles.
Gifts from the Men's Club,
Couples Ltd. and the Youth Group
I will be presented by Henry E.
Wolff, Myron S. Zeientz and
Dana Potamkin, respective heads
of the organizations.
aa^n
Why must the Jewish sport folk
take their affairs to Shor's or
Leone's when such sport lovers
in the restaurant field as Lou
Siegel and Phil Gluckstern have
excellent eateries, capable of
handling affairs of this nature.
Many who were invited to the
Holman affair protested against
the site of the dinner to this
corner. Tell it to the judge, folks.
Frank L. Weil, president of the
Jewish Welfare Board, has an-
nounced that Charles Ornstein of
New York, a member of the ex-
ecutive committee of the AAU
and of the U.S. Olympic Com-
mittee, has been named chairman
of the newly created National
Temple Israel
Women Will Hold
Card Party
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael will sponsor a card party
for the benefit of the "House
of Living Judaism," a project of
the National Federation of Tem-
ple Sisterhoods, on Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at Kaplan
Hall.
Members are requested to bring
their HLJ banks with at least
five dollars in them. A prize will
be awarded to the contributor of
the largest gift.
Coach Sol Mishkin of the Citv Committee on Physical Education
and Health. Col. Harry D. Hen-
shel, also active in AAU affairs,
has been named vice chairman
Elkind has the savy and fielding of the new JWB committee.
nine feels that the boy is making
a mistake not finishing his col-
lege career. Observers feel that
ability to make the grade but
doubt that he can hit with the
vigor expected of top notch
maskmen.
Hilty Shapiro, star of the City
hoop squad, is belting the ball at
a rapid clip and is another who
looms as potential big league
baseball material. Hilty plays the
outfield but is adept at second
and shortstop.

Nat Holman will lecture on
basketball for the Arabs during
his current visit to Israel. As a
good will gesture the famous hoop
mentor is giving clinics for the
former enemy.
Prior to departing for Israel
Holman was accorded a dinner
by the Israel Committee
Sports, headed by Judge Samuel
Leibowitz. The dinner was held
at the restaurant of Toots Shor.
We hold no brief against meet-
ings in Shor's but it seems to us
that a send-off of this nature
could very well have been held
in one of our higher class Jewish
restaurants in New York City.
The National Committee on
Physical Education and Health
which is the national association
of Jewish Community Centers
and YM-YWHA's, is planning to
help its affiliated Centers and Ys
throughout the country improve
their existing health and physical
education programs and to make
such activities a more integral
part of the over-all program, Mr.
Ornstein explained. The new com-
mittee will be the instrumental-
ity through which JWB will
strengthen and further implement
its existing relationships with the
AAU, the U.S. Olympic Commit-
tee and other amateur sports
bodies. JWB is the only national
C. G. Congregation
To Meet Monday
The First Jewish Congregation
of Coral Gables will hold its first
meeting at the Hillel House, 3306
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables, on Monday, June 6, at 8
p.m.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
principal speaker.
Officers who will be installed
at the meeting are: Lee Platt,
president; Abe Maloff, vice presi-
dent; Edward Weich, secretary;
Ben Friedman, treasurer; Paul
Zerler, financial secretary.
Refreshments will be served
under the supervision of the new-
ly organized Sisterhood. Member-
ship in the Sisterhood is open to
any woman living in the Coral
Gables or South West area and
applications are now being ac-
cepted.
Center To Meet June 8
B. Roth Speaks At
Masada Installation
"The Contributions of the
American Youth to the Fight in
Israel" was the subject of an ad-
dress by Burnett Roth at the in-
stallation of the Miami Beach
Masada, second largest Masada
group in the nation with a mem-
bership of 170, Sunday evening at
the Clover Club.
Roth said that over 50 young
people from this community
Jewish and Gentilewere sent
to Palestine during the troubled
era. This information, he said,
could not be divulged until Col.
Cox who served in the Israeli
who served in the Israeli army,
army, broke the news over the
Barry Gray program May 26.
Stressing the importance of con-
tinued support to the new na-
tion, Roth stated that it is up to
the people of Americaand par-
ticularly the youthto make Is-
rael the free strong nation for
which the Jews of the world
have prayed for centuries.
Rabbi David Raab installed the
officers, who include: Gil Rappa-
port, president; Fred Rosen, chair-
man of the board of directors;
James David Liebman, vice pres-
ident: Ted Nelson, financial sec-
retary; Abe Hirschbein, treasur-
er; Lee Sunshine, recording sec-
retary; Bernice Dogoloff, corre-
sponding secretary; and a board
of directors consisting of eight
members.
Dr. E. J. Edelman was co-ordi-
nator for the evening. Ed Oka
headed the committee in charge
of arrangements.
A meeting of the Hialeah-Mi-
Jewish agency affiliated with the ami Springs Jewish Community
on AAU and U.S. Olympic Associa-1 Center will be held Wednesday
tion. at 7:30 p.m. at the Hialeah City
The JWB looks for the day in
the very near future when the
organization will sponsor a na-
tionwide basketball tournament.
Plans are also being readied for
a JWB Track Meet, similar to
the K of C games, held annually
in Madison Square Garden.
Hall.
Abe Gannes, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, will be guest of the evening.
Plans will be completed for an
organizational outing to be held
Sunday, June 12, at Crandon
Park.
Obituary
HERMAN Z1SSEN
Age 76, "V 1560 Royal Palm Avo.,
Miami Beach, passed away last week.
Up is survived by his wife. Esther;
four sous, Ix>u ami Charles Of Miami
Beach and Morrla and Joe of Dayton,
Ohio; five daughters, Mrs. Jack Fink.
Mrs. Edward Phillips, Dayton, Ohio,
Mrs Al Berk, Ft. Wayne, Incl.. Mrs
Arthur U-rmr and Mrs. ha n ford
Faunce, Miami Beach; a brother.
Sam San Diego, Cal. Services were
held at Riverside Memorial Chapel in
Miami Beach. Remains were sent to
Dayton for interment.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 3,1949
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Congregation Beth Da rid (Con-
leryalive), 135 N.W. Third Atc.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
ShavuM Bervlce Friday at 10:80 a in.
Friday evening services at 6:4"> Sab
bath morning services at S:3". V -
Memorial services at 10:80 a.m. R:ibbi
Shapiro will discuss "Close Attach-
ment." Students' services at 10:80 a m
to be followed by a Klddush. Rabbi
Shapiro and Cantor aCamchea wll
Annual Sunday School picnic
at Qreynolds Park Sunday, bua wlU
leave Talmud Torah at 10:30 a.m. for
those without transportation
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Friday morning Bhavu vie* at
8 80. Rabbi Orauer will preach on
T<.rah, Our Staff of Life."
.... 8:30 Sabbath i
ine service at B:S0 a.m. Rabbi G
will preach n "Torah Memories."
st Yiscor Memorial services which will
take place at approximately l'1
Dally reliKlous school from 8:30 to *
p m. Dally services 8 a.m. and t
]> m
Temple Israel (Reform), 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Shavuos Memorial services F
morning at 11 am. Sabbath evening
sei \ Ices Friday al t 10 i' m Con-
firmation set .ices i "onfli -
theme: "Thi History of the Jews
the United States."
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday morning service at 9 a.m
Samuel M I' hen will be< didc Bar
Mitsvah. Me will address th>.....ngre-
ratlon and Rabbi April will reap
Services FYlday evening al 6:45 Sat-
urday morninc; at : a m. Y 01
Men m. Mlncha
al .'i 30 p in followed by Shalos Seud< -
Sunday School Confirmation al 7:30
p.m. Sunday. Hebrew school
from i to I 10 p in 1 "ally bi rvlces
at T b nd 8 30 p.m.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening service at R:lf p.m.
Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the
choir, will conduct the service Sat-
urday services at 9 a.m. Klddush
after the morning services Sunday
school at 10:80. Hebrew school Mon-
day, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3
p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mitsvah
classes at extra session Thursday at 3
p in Minyan service dally at 9 a.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Shavuos servio Frldaj morning al
1 Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
Back to Zlon." Friday evening serv-
t 6 p.m. Sabbath service al
H 30 am Yiscor service al 10:30 a.m.
The Rabbi's topic III be "A to
Time.*' Parenti ar< urged to bring
children Mil at 6:30 followed by
Rabbi M< si heloff will
rhe Sh >\ ios lb l: i.i\.
-. hool nt :.' a m. I 'aily
i cl fn m 9 3 6 30.
Congregation Keneseth Israel
(Orthodox), 432 Espanola Way.
Miami Beach.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065
Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Raab )!i conduct a special
in honor "f the fii-t ann i
ary of the Temple. His topic will i-
"One Year with Temple Isaiah" Mil-
ton Tupler will re it,- tn- blessing
for Klddush, Special memorial
(Yahrxelt) service will be held Sat-
urday at 1" 30 a in Rabbi Rabb will
; each on the subject: "On Being
Alive "
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (ConserratiTe). 1701
Washington Are., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irring Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Fust day of Shavuos Friday at 9
a.m Confirmation exercises 9 a.m.
Kabbalas Shabbos eervlce Friday at
: |. m Second daj of Bhavuoa Satur-
dav v a.m. Hebrew school graduation
9 a m Junior congregation 9:30 a.m.
y | r services al 10:10 am. Hlbie
ass Saturday ." p.m. Mlncha 6 p.m.
followed by She Seudoe. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman "ill officiate at services.
ntor J Y Qoldring will chant, as-
the Center choir under the
i; tion of n>n Yomen.
Temple Emanu-El 'Reform).
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Hanwn, Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:1*
\ will f< Uow in the reception
public is invited to attend
and the reception
at i p.m.
United Jewish Schools. North
Campus, University of Miami.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddlea
: a m Hebrew school Monday
an 1 Tuesday f---- 18 to ipo p.m.
F i\f services a*. 3n p.m.
Satut ng services at am.
.i "at i p.m. followed by Shalos

Congregation beta Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave- Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
r ..... Ice at
Racket -.-. apeak on
; a I ill Fi lay evening
Saturday morning
[al Rial Ba k vsky will conduct
I Yiscor sei His topic will
Batur lay al
foil w<-d by Shales
Seudi Program of
z services at 7:30 a.m.
Class :. M -: -*-'.\ be addressed by
the Rabbi at 8:30 p.m. fol-
lowed i r i n Jew lea :.i and
custo
Israelite Center (General), 3346
S.W. 24th St.
Daily services at 7 a.m. Friday night
services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will
be served Immediately following the
services Saturday morning services
at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening service at 7:43.
Shavuos service and confirmation ex-
ercises. Confirmation claaa will pre-
senl a cantata on "Israel Reborn."
written and arranged by Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Conflrmanda Include Ann
Broad, Can.I Clralaky, Charlotte
Olyck, Hilda Ooldateln, Barbara Hill-
man. Allan Levey, Barbara i.evlnson,
Barbara Pallot, Sylvia I'erlman,
Helene Rosenthal, Barbara Rothman.
I Han,- Silverman, Gloria Bllverman.
Susanne Stahl, Ueraldlne Taran, Carol
Wien and Diane Woolfe. Sabbath
morning service at i:45.
Religious Congregation, 3681
N.W. 2nd St.
Friday evening services at 6. Satur-
day morning services at 9. Mlncha at
5:45 followed by Shalos Seudos.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal).
Services discontinued until the fall.
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Shafkin Rally
MaieiI Sunday
Final call to votersat an in-
dividual candidate's rally, that is
will take place in Flamingo
Park bar.dshell at 8 p.m. Sunday,
at a rally sponsored by Louis
Shafkin, candidate for Miami
Beach city council.
The rally will be preceded by
a motorcade leaving Shafkin's
Washington Ave. headquarters at
7 p.m. The motorcade, headed by
a sound truck, will proceed south
on Pennsylvania Ave. to First St.,
north on Collins to the city limits,
south on Indian Creek Dr. to 26th
St.. across to Collins and south
to Lincoln Road, west to Wash-
ington Ave. and south to the
bandshell.
Shafkin will be introduced by
Eric B. Hyde, president of the
Miller-Hyde Steel Co., and others
on the platform will include Al-
bert Raffield, a member of the
Zioni peakers1 bureau, who will
be one 'A the main speakers, and
W. A Haggerty, ex-state senator
. Connecticut, who has been
a resident of Miami Beach for
the past six years.
Raffield was the founder and
first president of B'nai B'nth in
Orlando, and Shafkin was a char-
ter member and secretary.
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(opp. Tel. Co. Bldg.)
OPEN 10 A.M. TO 8 P.M.
Kodimah Chapter
To Seat Leaders
Mrs. Leo J. Goldman will be
installed as president of Kadimah
chapter of the Pioneer Women at
the annual installation dinner to
be held Sunday at 7 p.m. at the
Marina Restaurant, South Bay-
shore Dr. Mrs. Max Shapiro will
be installing officer.
Other officers to be inducted
are: Mrs. Fred Sandier, first vice
president: Mrs. Michael Fiedler,
second vice president: Mrs. Syl-
via Friedman, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Albert Shkoler, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Sam
Seitlin and Mrs. Amy Sloan, local
secretaries; Mrs. Sol Braun, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Harry Al-
bert, treasurer. Mrs. Harold G.
Shapiro, outgoing president, has
been named as honorary presi-
dent.
Elected board members are: the
Mesdames Al Alpert, Maurice
Coulton, Minna Goldblatt, M. A.
Kleiman, Abe Milman. Manuel
Rudes and Hyman Sootin.
Delegates to the Pioneer Wom-
en Council besides the president.
Mrs. Goldman, are the Mesdames
Jack Rosenberg. Fred Sandier
and Hyman Sootin. Mrs. Jacob
Weiss is an alternate.
Delegates to the Conference of
Jewish Women's Organizations
are the Mesdames Leo Goldman,
Abe Kasow, Fred Sandier. Harold
G. Shapiro and Max Shapiro. Al-
ternates are the Mesdames Sol
Braun. Max Colton, Daniel Kind-
ler, Sam Seitlin and Albert
Shkoler.
Appointed to chairmanships
are: Mrs. Max Colton, member-
ship: Mrs. Murray Fledell and
Mrs. Sam Margaretten, Moatzat
Hapoalot; Mrs. Fred Sandier, Mrs.
Arthur Rosen, Mrs. Manuel Rudes,
child rescue; Mrs. Hyman Sootin,
Jewish National Fund; Mrs. Rob-
ert Miller, program: Mrs. Michael
Fiedler, cultural; Mrs. Albert Ber-
son, education; Mrs. William Ber-
son, legislation; Mrs. Irving Bay-
er, current events; Mrs. Morris
Grant and Mrs. Harold Shapiro,
publicity; Mrs. M. Coulton, dues;
Mrs. J. Stern, telephone; Mrs.
Jacob Weiss, sock and joy; Mrs.
M. Goldblatt, hospitality, Mrs. M.
Eichenbaum, Bureau of Jewish
Educational representative; Mrs.
Jack Rosenberg, parliamentarian.
School For Mentally
Handicapped To Open
The Haven school for mentally
handicapped children will be
ready to open in the fall, accord-
ing to an announcement by Dr.
Jess Spirer, president of the
board.
A non-profit, non-sectarian pro-
ject, the school is being con-
structed near Kendall. Labor is
being contributed by the mem-
bers of the building trades unions
and much of the materials by
construction concerns and con-
tractors.
Part of the equipment will be
provided by women's and civic
groups and cash donations are
being received by Earl Schurtz,
treasurer.
Directors of the school include
Dr. Spirer, John McCudden, Mrs.
Laura L. Sutter, Dr. Paul Kells,
C. Clyde Atkins, Earl B. Bowser,
C. L. Eddleblute, Alfred Stone,
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, Ralph
M. Bagley, Angus Graham and
William Seybold.
Robert T.
Teaney
Candidate tor
City Council
Your support will be
greatly appreciated.
Pull lever "lucky"
17-A
(Paid Political Adv.)
Hillel Symposium
Set For Thursday
The Hillel Advisory Council ol
B'nai B'rith will sponsor a Hillel
symposium night at their next
meeting Thursday, June 9 at 8:15
p.m. at the Hillel House, 3306
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables.
Council President Walter C.
Kovner has invited Miami Beach
Lodge and Chapter representa-
tives to participate in the sym-
posium which will feature Dr.
Donald Michelson, Hillel director,
as moderator. Featured in the
evening's program will be brief
talks by college students who will
describe their student programs
to B'nai B'rith leaders and will
tell of the cultural and social
aspects of Hillel Foundations a
more than 190 college campus*
throughout the United s.,.
Canada and Cuba. StaU*
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SAM GOLD
PULL LEVER 5
(Paid Pol. Adv.)
Our attention was called to the advertisement in
last week's Jewish Floridian, stating that the Parkway
Kosher Meat and Poultry Market was supervised by the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and its Director,
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. We thought it our duty to
inform the Jewish population that the above-mentioned
market applied for an endorsement and it is still under
investigation. As soon as the endorsement is gra"|ed
them we will inform the Jewish public of Greater Miami-
The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
By RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director


yrSaFftw*?^^
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^i&3^apeg&3&*c
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, lnc.)
ILITARY SECRETS:
ary secrets concerning Pal-
, R now revealed by no
person
than Winston
I f^hill in his second volume of
Churchill mn Wgr just
kSed by Houghton Mifflin
'Cb X the title, "Their Finest
Co. under tw ^.^ q{ the dJf_
BL which he, as war-time
ficulties
"^ Minister, had with Co-
If^f Secretary Lord Lloyd with
SSi WSerring the British
"g from Palestine ... He
ffelShow he wanted, to
S the Jews in Palestine during
SftSyear of the war, but met
gh opposition on the part of
S Lloyd whom he terms "a
Sid anti-Zionist and pro-
V V" Ho reproduces a letter
Rnt''in June. 1940, to the Co-
[rJ5 cpcretary. the contents of
Swhght.on the fight
E was gomg on in the British
Ja cabinet with regard to the
Palestine issue .. His letter
"ds as follows: 'The failure of
Z policy which you favor is
oroved by the large numbers of
sorelv-needed troops you have to
keeo'in Palestine ... Six batta-
lions of infantry; nine regiments
of yeomanry: Australian ii.fantrythe whole
orobablv more than 20,000 men
This is the price we have to
mv for the anti-Jewish policy
which has been persisted in for
some vears Should the war go
heavilv into Egypt, all these
troops'will have to be withdrawn
The position of the Jewish
colonists will then be one of the
neatest danger Indeed I am
sure that we shall be told we can-
not withdraw these troops,
though they include some of our
best, and are vitally needed else-
ELECT
JUDGE A. J.
KAPLAN
TO CITY COUNCIL
Common Sense and
Hard Work in City
Government"
PULL LEVER NO.
ON JUNE
M Adv IM. for by Friends
71
where ... if the Jews were
properly armed, our forces would
become available There would
be no danger of the Jews at-
tacking the Arabs, because thev
are entirely dependent upon us
and upon our command of the
StllSn l ,hJn,k L* is Iittle l^s
than a scandal that at a time
when we are fighting for our lives
these very large forces should be
immobilized in support of a policy
which commends itself only to a
section of the Conservative Party
... I had hoped you would take
a broad view of the Palestine sit-
uation, and would make it an
earnest objective to set the British
garrison free ... I could certain-
ly not associate myself with such
an answer as you have drawn up
Jr,me. I do not at all admit
that Arab feeling in the Near
East and India would be pre-
judiced in the manner you sug-
gest" About six weeks later
on August 12. 1940, Prime Min-
ister Churchill wrote in a similar
vein to General Wavell. British
commander of the Middle East
forces ... "I do not consider that
proper use is being made of the
large forces in Palestine," this
communication said "The
essence of the situation depends
on arming the Jewish colonists
sufficiently to enable them to
undertake their own defense"
Churchill pointed out His
strongly-worded directives were,
however, not taken seriously
either by the Colonial office or
by the military authorities in the
Middle East British troops re-
mained in Palestine and evacu-
ated the country only following
the partition decision of the
United Nations.
Sholem Luncheon Club
To Hear E. A. Pallot
E. Albert Pallot, president of
the B'nai B'rith Council of Great-
er Miami, will be guest speaker
at the Sholem Lodge luncheon
club meeting today at 12:30 p.m.,
at the Downtowner Restaurant,
Seybold Building, it is announced
by William Pallot, chairman.
Pallot will report on the Dis-
trict Grand Lodge No. 5 conven-
tion held in Savannah, Ga., last
weekend.
PAGE FIFTEEN
REFUSE
SUBST/WES;
gUNEj
PAIRS
1^. BKAN0 ^tl
. M.ia_"li,Beaph city council candidate Aaron Courshon. second
f Pi if if" lS5* be^n lnvited l0 become an honorary member
ot V\ Lambda Phi social fraternity at University of Florida. He is
shown with his three sons. Charles. Jack and Art. all of whom
were Pilams as undergrads at Gainesville. Courshon was named
tor the honor because of his efforts toward helping thte fraternity
over a period of years.
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housing in main Lodge
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Courshon To Hold
tally Sunday
Aaron Courshon, 49 year old
Miami Beach city council candi-
date, climaxes his campaign with
a rally Sunday night at Washing-
ton Ave. and Third St.
Music, entertainment and re-
freshments are scheduled at the
rally with a featured speech by
the candidate as the high point
on the program.
In a speech Thursday night,
Courshon described his plan for
sectional representation on Mi-
ami Beach and stated that it
would result in the election of
more qualified councilmen in the
future.
"If our councilmen are elected
from separate areas on Miami
Beach instead of at large as is
presently the case, each section
of the city will be adequately
represented in city hall," Cour-
shon declared.
He also told his audience that
he would open a full-time office
as a councilman, with regular of-
fice hours, in order to be avail-
able at all times to Miami Beach
residents.
"In this way, I can better serve
our citizens and express their
wishes in city council," he said.
Courshon also is advocating
radio broadcasting of city council
meetings in order that the public
can easily learn of proceedings
of their councilmen.
A resident of Miami Beach
since 1926, Courshon has been
married 29 years and has three
sons, all World War II veterans.
He is an outstanding civic leader
and has been prominent in charit-
able drives for two decades
Reservations Available
At Florida Girls' Camp
A few reservations are still
available at Camp Bobbins for
Girls, according to the directors,
Mr. and Mrs. Robbins. Situated
on Lake Como, between Jackson-
ville and Orlando, the Florida
camp stresses "a program with-
out regimentation." Parents are
invited to inspect the vacation
spot personally or to write for
descriptive booklet.
Choral Group Formed
A young adult choral group
has been organized at the Miami
Beach Y. Temporary meetings
are being held on Monday eve-
nings at 8:30 p.m. The group
sings American and other toiK
songs, as well as Jewish and Pal-
estinian music and is under the
direction of Pauline Fried.
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WRITE MR. S. W.
c/o Box 2973. Miami 18
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 stickers to
create good will
Preference for local workers
BACKGROUND OF
CIVIC ACHIEVEMENT
PULL LEVER NO. 6
(Paid Political Adv.)
You Are Cordially Invited to Attend
THE BUFFET-DINNER DANCE
in Honor of:
FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF
I I Mll I ISAIAH
"The Reform Jewish Congregation of Miami Beach"
and in Honor of
RABBI DAVID RAAB'S FIRST YEAR OF SERVICE
TO THE CONGREGATION
SUNDAY, JUNE 5th7:00 P.M. SUBSCRIPTION $3.00
Belmar Hotel, Miami Beach The Public is Invited!
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Write to H^icwitz Kosher Inn
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business associates.
Large Wooden Box Fancy Mangos..................................$3.75
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page sixteen_______
U-M Graduation
Slated For
Monday
Opening senior activities at the
University of Miami tonight will
be the reception and dance for
seniors and their guests at the
Student club from 8:30 to 12.
Other commencement events
announced by Sidney B. May-
nard, chairman of the committee
on commencement arrangements,
are the baccalaureate services
Sunday at the University Baptist
church at 9:30 a.m.; the com-
mencement concert by the Sym-
phony orchestra with six ad-
vanced music students as soloists
Sunday afternoon at 4:30 at the
Miami Senior High school audi
torium, and the commencement
exercises Monday at 10:30 a.m. in
the Dinner Key auditorium. The
concert is open to the public.
Ralph McGill, editor of the At-
lanta Constitution, will give the
commencement address Monday,
speaking on "The One Freedom."
He will be awarded an honorary
Doctor of Laws degree by the
university. The invocation will be
given by the Rev. John Messer
of the Coral Gables Christian
church; the benediction will be
pronounced by the Rev. Bruce
Cumming of the South Miami
Presbyterian church; and music
will be provided by the band,
directed by Fred McCall, and the
chorale, conducted by William J.
Lee.
The baccalaureate sermon. "In-
centives for Creative Living," will
be delivered by the Rev. Ladislau
Biro, pastor of the University
Baptist church, and Dr. Bowman
F. Ashe, university president, will
read the scriptures.
North Dade Residents
Discuss Center Plans
A group of residents of the
northern part of the Greater Mi-
ami area met last night at the
North Miami Town Hall, 776 N.E.
125th St. to discuss plans for the
formation of a Jewish center to
serve Jewish families living there.
Temporary officers of the group
are Leonard Kimball and Joseph
Keller and Joseph RosenthaL sec-
retaries.
The proposed center would
serve residents of Miami Shores,
West Miami Shores, Biscayne
Park, North Miami and North
Miami Beach.
Tentative name for the congre-
gation is the North Dade Jewish
Center.
Clerks I nion OR*
Roni For I omiiil
"I prefer to stand on my own
capabilities rather than on the
competing candidates' incapabili-
ties," said Hylan "Hy" Kout. can-
didate for city council of Miami
Beach, "and I .*hall continue to
base my campaign on that
premise."
Kout. candidate, has been en-
dorsed unanimously by the Re-
tail Clerks International Associa-
tion (affiliated with the American
Federation of Labor).
In a letter dated May 27, In-
ternational Representative Clar-
ence R. Finnell wrote: "The Re-
tail Clerks Local Union No. 1537
takes pleasure in endorsing your
candidacy for the office of city
councilman of Miami Beach. Fla.
Please be assured that we shall
do all we can and assist you in
every way possible to be elected
to this office."
Kout has asked the city council
of Miami Beach to consider the
advisability of putting the em-
ployees of the city on Civil Serv-
ice. This is in keeping with his
policy, of constructive sugges-
tions offered to city administra-
tion officials.
'Miami ar.d Miami Beach must
grow up together," he added,
"and only closer cooperation be-
tween the city council of Miami
Beach and the city commission
of Miami can bring us to lull
stature."
Zionists Protest
Raid On Outing
An all-day outing sponsored by
the Miami Zionist District in cele-
bration of the first birthday of the
State of Israel Sunday came into
the news this week as the result
of a raid by a representative from
the state beverage department
and a deputy sheriff searching for
slot machines.
The law enforcement officials
said that they found no evidence
of gambling.
The raid placed a damper on
festivies at the club, and the party
broke up shortly after the of-
ficials visit. The Zionist group
has filed a formal protest against
the actions of the beverage de-
partment.
Shavuos Evening Slated
Bialik Branch No. 290 of the
Farband and Pioneer Women's
Club No. Two of Miami Beach
will jointly sponsor an old fash-
ioned Shavuos evening Tuesday
at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y
auditorium.
Participating on the program
will be Chanah Grossberg and
Rose Herns, who will be accom-
panied at the piano by Anyuta
Melicov. Guest speakers will be
announced later. Refreshments
will be served.
Contribution is one dollar.
+jelsthcrktofi
Frink, Jr., Berg Room
Mates At Riverside
In order to
promote better
inter-group rela-
tions, Herbert
Frink, Beach
council candi-
date, requested |
that his son, Her-
bert, Jr., who ill
now attending j
the Riverside!
Military Aca-j
demy at Gaines-
ville, Ga., room]
with a Jewish J
and a Catholic
boy. Pictured are |
Room Mates Gil-
bert Berg (left),
son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Berg
of Miami Beach,
and young Frink.
LEGALNOTICE
Rathman To Speak To
Civi.c Professional Clubs
Darby Rathman, candidate for
city council, announced that for
the remaining period of the race
ho will devote his efforts to pub-
lic speaking and making appear-
ances at professional clubs and
civic organizations. Rathman has
appeared before more than 50
groups since announcing over two
weeks ago, and employs the is-
sue of better government and
balanced economy for the area.
Rathman is a student of Philiso-
phy. Economics, Commerce and
Journalism, and at the present
time is engaged as a writer for
national magazines and news-
papers.
ORDER OF PUBL CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH .
11th JUDICIAL CIKCIIT IN AND
PUR DADE COUNTY, FUMUDA.-
1N CHANCERY, No. 12.-ln7.
JENNIE RUBENFEU5. IMalntiff vs.
ABRAHAM RUBBNFEUJ, I'efend-
IHE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ABRAHAM RUBKNFELD
U8-I6 &9th Avenue
Care >( Emil I-adimer
Jamaica, Long Inland
New York ___ _,
You are hereby notified and ordered
to file vour appearance to I'laintlff's
Bill of "Complaint for Divorce In the
above-styled cause on or before the
1st day of July. 14, otherwise the
allegations therein contained will be
taken as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 1
day of June, 1SHS.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By If. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for IMalntiff
1703 Congress Building
6-3-10-17-24
Having dissolved partnership on
May 9th, 1949, the owners of Lottie
Brooks Dress Shop, 863 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, will not be
responsible for any debts incurred by
other than themselves since the date
of the dissolution of partnership.
LOTTIE SI ROTA
MAX S1ROTA
6/3-10-17-24
Registration For Adult
Summer Courses Opens
Regular and adult division reg-
istration in the first summer ses-
sion at the School of Law, Uni-
versity of Miami, started on May
23 and continues through today.
Classes are scheduled to get un-
derway on Monday.
Other courses in the Division
of Adult Education at the uni-
versity will be open for registra-
tion Saturday, June 11, 8:30 p.m.,
and June 13 and 14, 8:30 a.m. to
4 p.m., and 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Classes begin on June 15.
Faust Outlines
Platform
A resident of Dade county for
33 years, Mike Faust, has lived
in Miami Beach for the past 27
years, he stated in discussing his
candidacy as Beach council.
His platform includes low cost
housing for city employees; crea-
tion of a health and sanitation de-
partment; two police sub-stations
at 41st and 71st Sts.; improve-
ment of the street lighting sys-
tem; increase in fire stations and
children's playgrounds, and an
increase in the pension payments
for city employees on an 80-20
basis instead of a 50-50 proposi-
tion as at present; creation of a
plan whereby councilmen would
be elected from districts; aboli-
tion of parking meters and is-
suance of a $1 yearly parking
sticker, and a better sewage sys-
tem.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUSAN'S DRESS SHOP at 427 Hia-
leah Drive, Hialeah, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
LOl'IS HAFTELS WOMEN'S DRESS
SHOP at 1035 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, Intend to register Bald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
LOUIS HAFTEL
HELENE HAFTEL
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for applicants
6/3-10-17-24
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No 125067.
MITCHELL FRIES, Plaintiff, VB.
ROSE FRIES, Defendant.
TO: ROSE FRIES
95 Blake Road
Brookllne. Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to
file your appearance to the Bill of
Complaint for divorce filed against
you by MITCHELL FRIES, on or
before the 2oth day of June, 1949.
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 26 day
of May, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal>
By M. C. FEIGE.
_____ Deputy Clerk
TURK & NEWMAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
5/27 6/3-10-17
Wanted
Information is being sought of
Mark Wm. Postman, on behalf
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Local Pioneer Membership Exceeds 600
Mrs. Kaplan, Council President Relates
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Mrs Rosemary Gerson Kaplan
Jently re-elected president of
SCn' appointed one of the
delegates from
this area to the
biennial conven-
sri?b!!nheid'
rl Tuneill to June 15.
,rMrs Kaplan, who has been
inducting a vigorous campaign
Scquain. the people of Greater
Miami particularlyand the pub-
l?ciain'gPeneral-with the^wor^of
, vigorous campaign
**SS the people of Create
riami particularlyand the pub
Ml3in general-with the work o
he Pioneer Women, spoke at the
meeting of the Conference of
Swish Women's Organizations of
Dade County on this subject re-
"SScribing the activities of the
organization in Greater Miami,
Kaplan reported that four
Pinneer Women's clubs in the
JJa-Clubs No. One and Two
of Miami Beach and Golda Meyer-
con and Kadimah of Miami-
have a combined membership of
over 600. .
"Our counterpart in Israel is the
Moatzat Hapoalot, the Women's
Division," Mrs. Kaplan said,
which numbers 80,000 members
and comprises 48 per cent of the
Histadrut, the great Federation
of Labor. The Moatzat Hapoalot
is ihe story of true emancipation
of women.
The Council of Working Wom-
en came into being 40 years ago
when the first Halutzim, the Rus-
sian Jewish women of culture
and education, with the highest
ideals of true Zionism, set forth
for Zion to live and rebuild the
land. They were, for the most
part, teachers, doctors, lawyer*
and scientists, and when they ar-
rived in Palestine, they assumed
their places upon an equal basis
with the men. A group of ideal-
ists with a plana plan based
upon fact and the realization that
if Zion was to be reclaimed in
its truest sense, it could be done
only on a cooperative basis."
The Pioneer Women was or-
ganized in America in 1925. Mrs.
Kaplan stated, when a group of
colonists of Jerusalem needed
$500 to dig a well. "Rachel
Yanait, one of the colonists and
today a famous woman's leader
in Israel, wrote to a friend in the
United States for a loan. This ap-
peal found its way into the Yid-
dish newspapers and $1,000 was
raised. Touched by this letter.
seven women met in New York
to discuss ways and means to as-
sist Palestine. This was the
nucleus of Pioneer Women."
As the Pioneer Women grew,
Mrs. Kaplan reported, the funds
raised by the group helped the
Moatzat Hapoalot develop agri-
cultural training farms and es-
tablish vocational training schools
where sewing, weaving, book-
binding, leather work, etc., were
taught.
"In Degania," the council pres-
ident said, "Chavera Barratz. one
of the founders of the Moatzat.
discovered the method of inter-
breeding the Arabic cow and the
New Jersey Holstein and de-
veloped a specimen which pro-
duces an unbelievable amount of
milk.
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Kaplan continued, "is the net-
work of kindergartens, nurseries
and supervised playgrounds
where the children receive the
most progressive modern educa-
tion and are embued with the
true spirit of Halutziut while
their parents are engaged in
work for the betterment and de-
velopment of the country."
Agreeing with the late Usshish-
kin. who said, "A people can have
only as much sky overhead as it
has ground under its feet," the
Pioneer Women actively support
the Jewish National Fund and
have planted 150,000 trees in Is-
rael. The organization has also
purchased two tremendous tracts
of land, one at a cost of $115,000
and the other at a cost of $280,-
000.
The Pioneer Women are now
undertaking their most ambitious
JNF projectthe establishment
of a colony in Israel which will
bear their name. The project is
slated for completion in 1950 and
will be a silver anniversary gift
from the Pioneer Women to the
Moatzat Hapoalot.
The Pioneer Women have sent
over four and a half million dol-
lars to the Moatzat Hapoalot.
The Moatzat Hapoalot was re-
sponsible for organizing the
Women's Army in Isreal, the
Chen, which means "charm" in
Hebrew, Mrs. Kaplan said. "One
of our outstanding women in Is-
rael who has since been elected
to parliament, Yehudit Simchonit.
became Chen"s leading cultural
officer.
"The emergency of war im-
posed heavy burdens on the wom-
en of Israel which Pioneer Wom-
en helped to meet. Evacuation
centers were set up, medical sup-
plies purchased, food provided
for soldiers, bereaved parents
cared for."
The organization, Mrs. Kaplan
related, has just organized a new
vouth village in the suburb of
Jerusalem called Ain Kerem. an
abandoned Arab village, which
will be modernized and made into
a fit habitation for youth.
Mrs. Kaplan also related that
the group also sponsors the
Labor Zionist Youth organiza-
tion Habonim, and maintains
Jewish folk schools in this coun-
'"We Pioneer Women are very
proud that seven of our members
were elected to the Parliament of
the new State of Israel, Mrs.
Kaplan told the group. They
are members of the leading paity,
the Mapai. Most important is
Golda Meyerson a Pioneer Wom-
an from Milwaukee and a grad-
uate of the University of Wis-
consin. Miss Meyerson was the
Erst Israeli ambassador to Russia
but is now serving as Minister
of Labor and Social Security in
the Parliament of Israel. We
Labor Zionists are also proud that
|e .Gur.on.MosheSharet.Ehezer
Kiolan are all Labor Zionists.
K Mis Kaplan lauded Mrs. Bert
Goldstein national president of
Pioneer Women and wife of Dr.
Israel Goldstein, renowned Jew-
eader. She stated that there
noS chapters of the, organ-
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Nrw iii-. reached youi column
Int 0U( OH the Went CoBSl iiImhiI
thl municipal election iii Mi.urn
llruih. From the Bound uixl fury
irportod, onr would think that a
i!.i.i<-i11 of the country, k<>v
I'inor, tMvo 'K'lialoiM, iiml two con
i--.-iiiirii were Im-iiii: clortvd, in
ntrml of JiihI five city council
mn. All JokliiK iwldo, it In roiilly
.1 vpiv hcaitiiy Indication of tha
vitality of our demon idle uvMtcm
and of the Interim- inlcre-it winch
thr i-lli/i-ir. of Mi.him Mem li lake
ill thf liuulncmt of their t'lty K"v
eminent One may Jeor iiikI lunch
ut no inui L excitement over n
n*rr city election, hut II would he
no laiiahlnK mutter If I In re were
.ipnthv .nnl Indllloionrc
Apathy and indifference, in
Uen, have heen the cause of so
much corruption in our political
ncrni during the pniit; n COaTlip
t|on which nve politic*" n had
eonnotation anil caused the
r\ loiw, suitahle Cltlren to ho.-a
tale to offer himself for public
office As a result, while hon.-.t
men held themselves aloof front
the political seem-, thf ttrallii.,
ciook.'.. and waul heeleis made
hay
I see a new tiend, howevci,
amoni some of out yuunsjei men,
pocl.lllv thiv-e with a "drone
social coniclouanaaa, who. k>x so
fieclx Of themselves to tIn- many
Worth while efforts In common
itv hfe There seems to le among
them, a growing awarenaas, pc.
haps induced hy the last w.n
when thev saw the mess that tie
world had gotten Into through
(tie na. lunations of the profes
nlonal "political) Youni men like
lliuurll ROth, the news el iom'
candidacy has lull reached mc,
ale beginning ti> fe-l that it
then duty to enter the political
ai era. hot for .on pcisoiiMl m.<
tive ol fame or j;ain The same
compulatwi which nigcd Burnett
Roth to Work so strenuously for
the if\^\\\ of ins community, foi
laraal, foi his fallow vovsrans lor
all nwaaurea of social and rco
nomic mipi.-vcmcnt has now
caused him to sock political offtCC
on the Miami Reach l*ttj Counci
it was most uiratify ma to leorn
that nw friend Rumctl Roth had
antrrvd in* -....,- foi the city
council ol v...--. Beach Because
Burnatl ha* labored so valnntl>
foi the law privileged groups in
Th nllmanta sxpreated in
tin. column reflect tha viawa of
tha wrltar. Tha Jawiah Florldlan
ha not andoriad any candi-
date for the Miami Beach City
Council In tha forthcoming
UctlortEditor'* not*.
the Reach reason to take pride
in him as one of thcii elected
rcproacntatlvea.
Politic! is a ticklish business.
Life long friendships have found
red on the roof of political ac
tivity. In the case of Burnetl
Roth, however, discretion and
caution have no place ll<- must.
Inevitably, be the choice of every
right thinking citl7.cn on Miami
Beai h
North Short' I nil
kVr* K11 pin ii
A .1 Kaplan, candidate foi the
Miami Beach city council, ad-
dressed approximately 250 of the
North shore Lodge, B'nai Until,
at their installation dinner which
was held In the Pagoda Room of
tha Saxony Hotel last week.
Judge Kaplan, who is one of
the organizer* ol the lodge, and
its charier president, was present-
ed with a gold plaque tor "his
outstanding work In the past
yen" Me has bean an active
worker of B'nai BYlth for many
years, and is a member of the
advi-.oi\ board of the Ann De
fanialioj. 1 c.m.uc of B'nai H'rith.
Family Club Elects
Abe Silvei was elected presi
denl ol the KAPS. a family club
composed .'I Kales. Pont.- and
Silvers m the Greater Miami area,
at a meeting la-t week
Others elected to office were
Cal Pont, vice president; Sol
Greenberg, treasurer; Normadine
Berger, recording secretary. Ks-
tollc Corenblum, corresponding
aecretary; Shirley Pont, historian.
Board members include Freda
Freedman, Tina Gordich, Herman
Kaler and Sam Schatxman
Chairman of the Installation
banquet to be held June 25 is
Kthel Pont
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Winners I\'iiiim*I
Winners m contests held dur-
m| ,i. rirsl annual Greater MJ-
;imi Young Judaea conclave held
;il the south campus of the i ni
veraity of Miami May 13 15 were
announced this week.
Prizes went to Gimalin Bing
inie group led by Toby Cooper,
,.,,',/,, ,|Sglng; Herbert Kaplan.
.iui/; .lime Moser. chess toiiina
.,. pjugene Korash, checkerB
tournament; MelvmS.liw.ot/ and
Leonard Broad, neatest rooms.
Elizabeth Simkowltz and Herbert
Kaplan, extemporaneous speak
Ing,
Synagogue Unit Elects
Mis. Jacob Wittner of Tamp.,
was recently named president ol
the Florida Branch of the Na-
tional Women's League of the
United Synagogpe of America at
the group's annual meeting in
Tampa. Others elected to office
were Mrs Ben R Wolff of Miami
Reach and Mrs Harry Gordon ol
Miami
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PAGE NINETEEN
.___omes WTTT. Make
thanges, Goes On Air 24 Hours A Day
_. tire* inHonpnd-
s first independ-
vent a cc
recently
. Miami's nrst inaepenu-
Jft%tfr!retAteoplt5
and
Iggffi*******9 but
^'change was in the
which took place on
!ESi2P Stockholder in the new
Jlrch'." navid H. Freedman,
ffKtlS duties of general
^Ir Freedman is also part
manager- I[D MutUal Broad-
SwUkS in Atlantic City,
Vuring the weeks that followed
jaeraveilofcomparauye
i complete new staff,
^ and program structure were
"Tintn operation. Edwin C.
tZxxs formerly with WCTC,
& unswick, N. J, joined the
iN, In as commercial manager
ffMilt Mitlcr who was with
'HlD came down as program
^addition to the executive
if new names appeared on the
fjod Craogcr, ex of WWRL,
fv became a featured disc
iockev as did Roger Krupp who
"the past 19 years worked for
thr<* largest networks ABC,
Sc and CBS. and Stanley Burns
u'-osc background includes WINS
nd WMCA. New York Senor
Manuel Martinez joined the staff
as Spanish American director and
kheine featured on several Latin
American shows. Noah Tyler who
(or the pa* 11 years has been
heard on Miami stations, became
news director for the station.
Program wise WTTT is built
o- a basis of music and news
with news being featured every
hour on the half hour. In music
t'c station has been divided into
different segments with every
tvpe of music being being featured
in its own segment. In this way
t'-ose who prefer popular music
or classical or hillbilly, Latin
American, etc., may be satisfied.
For the sports enthusiast racing
results are being carried every
fifteen minutes from 12 noon un-
til 7 p.m.
Climax to the vast changes
came on Monday. May 16, when
the new cal! letters were intro-
duced to the Greater Miami area.
The station, formerly known as
flirsch Urges Repeal
Of Cosmetics Tax
Albert J. Hirsch, president of
the Royal Beauty Supply Co., has
been informed by Sen. Spessard
Holland that he will keep in mind
a request to support Sen. Butler's
amendment to the oleo bill re-
pealing excise tax on cosmetics
used in beauty and barber shop.
Hirsch telegraphed the senator
asking his action in behalf of the
thousand beauty salons and bar-
ber shops in this area.
"The war is over and we feel
this excise tax is unnecessary,"
Hirsch said yesterday. "There is
no more reason why a woman
should pay a tax on lipstick than
WBAY, is now officially WTTT.
Promotion announcing the new
call letters included a series of
ads in every local newspaper, air-
planes bearing banners overhead,
billboards throughout the city, ait-
promotion, a huge staff party on
the air at midnight of that"day
and a big quiz show from the
stage of the Olympia Theater.
In the commercial side a com-
pletely new rate structure was
invoked. The new WTTT rate
card lists only one degree of
broadcast time unlike the usual
radio station rate card that carries
A, B and C time broken down
into time segments.
In another unprecedented move
with the change of call letters
Freedman put the station on 24
hour service thus becoming the
only station in the Greater Miami
area to be on the air 24 hours a
day. With this new schedule in
operation listeners may now en-
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LEGAL NOTICE
'astern
Connersvllle, Indiana
You are hereby ordered to file youi
al.....aranca or answer to the bill o
'"II,], nint for divorce filed against mm
'"; UJ S__S__M n,e,i "Wlnat you
by THOMAS EDWARD HERoi.D. on
or nerore the 6 day of June, 194!),
otherwise the allegations of said bill
H1 be taken as confessed against
you.
.DONE AND ORDERED this 5 day
Of May, 1949.
i: li. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By CHARLES BOLAND,
GEORGE J. TAUANO&PUty ^
Solicitor for plaintiff
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
LEGAL NOTICE
HERBERT H, ROBINS
IIYMAN ROSENBERG
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Robins ft Rosenberg
5/27 8/8-10-17-24
/I3-20-27 1/3
Sorority Holds Ball
At Quarterdeck Club
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority held
its annual American Beauty Ball
Saturday, May 14, on the Quar-
terdeck Yacht Club. Members and
their dates left from pier 9 of the
City Docks. Dinner was served,
followed by entertainment and
dancing to the music of Barry
Davis and his orchestra.
Guests of the group were: Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Rosen, Dr. and
i .r-' -.H .-*> ^n ijj\ .*_, ii
TO I.EON SCHLAM,
122 Ht Marks Place
New York, New York
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or tnawer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against
you by HELEN BCHLAM on or be-
fore the i'i day of June, 1919. other-
wise the allegation! of said bin win
he taken as confessed against you.
DONE WD ORDERED this 23 day
of May, 1949.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk Of the Circuit Court,
ill Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
OEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for l'lalntlff
:. jt 6/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirine to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
oxford's at 102 Miracle Mile. Coral
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN* THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
124636
TAN AMERICAN CORP., a Florida
corporation. INTERNATIONAL, IM-
PORTING & EXPORTING CO., a
Florida corporation, and MEYER
SCHWARTZ. individually, Plain-
tiffs, vs. HAD LEITMAN, HARVEY
LEITMAN, MAX DEITMAN and
DONALD I.EITMAN, Trading and
doing Business as THE TIRE
MART, Defendants.
TO: HAL I.EITMAN
329 West 76th Street
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 ft Exporting Co., a Florida cor-
poration, and MEYER SCHWARTZ.
Individuals, 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 dav of June, 1949, otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confesed by you.
This onlat is to be published once
a week for Tour (4) consecutive weeks,
in the Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper
published In Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 11 day of May, 1949.
E. B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
.Circuit Court fcal)^ __,.
Deputy Clerk
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE &
ARONOVITZ
Solicitors for Plaintiff
13 -211-27 6/3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
124*04.
JOSEPH MASTRODONATO. Plain-
tiff, vs. ETHEL MASTRODONATO.
Defendant, ,
TO- ETHEL MASTRODONATO, E-5
Boston Court, Atlantic City, New
YOu'aRE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
stvleci cause for divorce, on or before
th'o 9th day of June. 1949. otherwise
decree pro confesso will bo entered
against you.
Dated this 10th day of May 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
ICircult Court 8*1^. mcE> JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
i,17 Beybold Building
Miami, Florida
./13-2U-27 6/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious .name oi
lUMl'TY DUMPTY DRIVE IN RES-
TAURANT at 0100 N. W. |th Ave.,
Miami, Florida, intend to register saw
name with the Clerk of the ( Iroult
Court of Dade County, Florida.
OEORGE MILLER
SAMUEL ROME
MARK SILVERSTEIN, Attorney
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5/13-20-27 6/3-10
ana Mrs. nown nus-n. u,. --,-;; ,,, -{iitr ,,
Mrs. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Alex-1JJiSIe wiS the Clerk of the circuit
ander Kogan and Mrs. Lucille court of Dade County, Florida.
t :-u.____...jj... miimvM SEIDERMAN
Lichtenstedder.
On the evening before the
formal, Friday the 13th, the
pledges gave the actives and their
dates an informal watermelon
party at the home of Judy Young-
erman, 300 Prairie Ave., Miami
Beach. The pledges served re-
freshments and put on a skit to
entertain their guests.
MIRIAM SEIDERMAN
EMANUEL SEIDERMAN
Partners
5/6-13-20-27 6/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underpinned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Fairmont Hotel at 1000 Collins Av .
Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to regta-
t. r said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
JERRY SAMET
SAM SAPSOV1TZ
Farmers
i;Eo>RGE ciikutkof
Olympia Bldg.
Alt irney for Applicants
:, 13-20-27 6/3
'or a man to pay one on razor
blades. We hold both are essen-
tials, not luxuries. If this tax
could be eliminated it would
benefit untold numbers of deal-
ers and thousands of women."
A telegram to Sen. Claude
Pepper evoked the following re-
sponse: "I am most sympathetic
to repeal of cosmetics tax; how-
ever, 1 favor this measure being
considered separately from oleo
tax bill."
Kohen Takes Top
Honors At I-Ala.
Roland J. Koben. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Kohen, Miami
Beach, will graduate with high-
est honors from the Medical
School of the University of Ala-
bama, next week.
Kohen. who was elected presi-
dent of his graduating class, has
also won top scholastic rating and
is listed in the Who's Who in
American Universities and Col-
leges. He served as an ensign in
the Navy.
Mr. and Mrs. Kohen left last
week for Tuscaloosa, where they
will attend the commencement
exercises. .
Young Kohen will begin his
internship in Cleveland, his form-
er home, and after post graduate
studies, plans to return to prac-
tice here. ,
The young man took his under-
graduate work at the University
of Miami where he was presi-
dent of the student body in 1944-
45 The recipient of the tradi-
tional Iron Arrow award he was
a member of the National Honor
Society both at the university
and at Miami Beach High.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the tiiidci signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Budget Dress Shop at 793 N. E. 125th
St North Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk Of
Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County.
,1or,da- DOROTHY L. GOLDMAN
.'./13-20-27 6/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Jo-Jo's Tavern at 1163 N. E. 1st Ave..
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Hoi-Ida.
HARRY HURWITZ,
Sole Owner
r, 13-20-27 6/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Oertler Top Soil Co. at 1063 N \V.
Dth Street. Miami. Fla.. Intend! to
register said name with the Clerk or
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Fl""a- JOSEPH OERTLER
3/6-13-20-27 6/3 _
LEGAL NOTICE
N0T'CE NUANMDEERLAFW=TITI0US
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Youth Group Will
Conduct Israeli Tour
The National Jewish Youth
Conference, which is sponsored
^ the National Jewish Welfare
Board, will conduct a work-study
tour to Israel this summer in
cooperation with the youth de-
Patrment of the Jewish Agency.
Plans are for the group to leave
on June 20 for ten weeks in Is-
rael with a three week special
institute at the Hebrew Universi-
ty and three weeks working in
Israeli settlements. During the
working period, members of the
'our party will have five-day
weeks with weekends free for
sightseeing or visits in the city.
Cost of the tour, including air
transportation to and from Is-
rael will be $1,050.
The young adult council of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
on is serving as local repre-
sentative and will accept applica-
tions.
Purpose of the tour is to im-
part to young American Jews a
le,e.b"g of personal identification
*"h the youth o* Israel
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUII
IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
CLARA OLLINGER, Plaintiff, vb.
FRANK OLLINGER, Defendant
Von, FRANK OLLINGER. 179.Marcy
Avenue. Brooklyn, New York,, aw
notified to file your appearance in
the above cause for divorce on the
M day o June. A. D. IMS. t"e
dec-.-.' pro confess,, will be entered
i,Bp;:;::t ftl. **? of May. a. d.
1949' K R. T.E.VTHERMAN, Clark,
(dreult court Seal) ft KE,OE
Deputy Cleik.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for I'laintiff
s.vhold Hulldlng
5/87 6/S-10-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltlouji name ol
Hopkins Publications at 5928 N.. \\.
2Znd Ave.. Miami. Florida, Intends to
Ulster said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. DAVID BHUB0Wi
Sole Owner
S/13-20-27 6/3____________________________,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Miami Tailors at 28 N. K. "gSin
Miami, Florida, Intends to regtaU.
said name with the Clerk of the CI-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
NICHOLAS DANIELS
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
SVybold Bldg.
Attorney for applicant
5/6-13--'0-27 6/3______________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .1CDICIAI. CIRCLII
OFFLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
JOSEPH COLANDRO, Plaintiff, vs.
CHARLOTTE COLANDRO, D.fend-
Tof^CHARLOTTE COLANDRO. 89
Ruxton Road, Great Neck, i.nng
vWaRNBWhJrSbY NOTIFIED I.
file your appearance In the abo\e
sivled cause for divorce, on or before
the Kth day of June, 19*9.
^ l"is e'V^-EATHK-KMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) ^ Q fk|i;|,
DepUt] Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND.
Attorney
17 Seybold Ruilding
Miami, Horida
5/13-20-27 6/3__________
KcteSVtl* "Circuit Court of Dade
.oun(y. norito. ROTENBEBG
GEORC.E T. SOLINOBR
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
5/20-27 6/3-10-1.____________,-------------
iRDER OF PUBU.^ -THB
IE CIRCUIT COVRT V*
ORDER_OF PUBLICATION
IN TH
c rffitt ^ssnJSh. p.-
THE'sTATE OF FLORIDA:
to JOHN BENNETT
246 Eaet lH..PtrMt
rork.'Vew York
i-ou are hereby notlfied an BHJ 0
to file r-V,"""' '"d W2
or before the ggL'gfca "reln ihv
"ORDERED at gft jfi9g*'
Florida, this ^'lKATHERMAN^
.Circuit Court Seal) M. ^FEIG^
5/27 /-10"17
7ioTicr~Ur7DTR FICTITIOUS
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Fl0rlda- U OERREZ
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
;, fi-13-20-27 6/3
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
rOUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
DOROTHY W. DOBBS, Plaintiff, vs.
AUGUST V. DOBBS, Defendant.
You. AUGUST V. DOBBS 8528-252
Street, Bellerose. Queens. Long is-
land New York, are notified to filo
vour" appearance in the above cause
for divorce on the 13th day of June,
A D 191'.', otherwise decree pro con-
fesso will l,o entered against you.
Dated this Hth day of May, A.o.
K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal) ^ ft ^^
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN, Attorney
Seybold Building
5/I3-2U-27 6/3____________________________
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE .....
IV COUNTY JUDGE'S < ol III,
DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. No.
RE; ESTATE OF
DAVID DICKSON, Deceased.
notice is hereby given that 1 na\e
filed my final report and petition ror
Final Discharge as Administrator <>r
the estate of DAVID '" '
ceased; and that mi i
949 in
able W. !' BLA.Vi
,,f bade county, i '
Of said fin.,1 repoit aiiu ,....!
Charge as Administrator of the Bst- I
,,, pwili DICKSON, deceased.
This II day of Mj^W^^
MAN R. SILVER
Vttorney for Administrator
f, L'n-^7 6/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctittoua name
f LITTLE RIVIERA COCKTAIL
LOUNGE at number 165 N.B. m
Street n the City of Miami. Florida
Intend! to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. nsor.,laRi,(_ATioN
ARONOVITZ, WE1NKLE &
ARONOVITZ
748 Seybold Bldg.
\ttorneys for Applicants
r,/6-13-20-27 6/3 ^^______
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian so-
licits your togal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN I'ROBATE, No.
,n-218Re: ESTATE OF SARAH
RAPHAEL, also known as s.
RAPHAEL Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
You. and'each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present an>
claims and demands whfch you. or
either of vou, may have against the
.Lute of "Sarah Raphael also known
as S Raphael, deceased, late of Coral
Gables Dade County. Florida, to the
Hon W F Blanton. County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same in
his
ORDER OF PUBLICATION .....
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADH
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
MURIEI. SHLOMKOWITZ MI'.YEi:-
OWITZ. I'laintiff. vs. BORIS BUDY-
EROWITZ, Defendant. ......
YOU, BORIS MEYEROWIIZ. lblo
Quentin Road. Brooklyn, New YorK,
are notified to flic your appearance in
the above cause for divorce, on or be-
fore June *. 1349, or a decree pro con-
fesso will be entered against you.
DATED; May 3. 1949.
i: It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit' Court Seal) -_-,___,
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
;,_2 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
R/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
Lottie Brooks Dress Shop at *'':'
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. DADH
COUNTY FI/>R1DA.No. 14386.
Dade County, Florida." within eight
calendar months from the .late of the
first publication hereof. Said cUima
or demands to conUln the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be 8w,u-n
to and Presented as aforesaid or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1 D.U May l^i^T>.AtoN8
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Sarah Raphael, also
known as S. RaphaelI. Deceased.
MVERB, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
fijii Sevbold Bldg.
Ml:mi. Florida
Vti ,me>* for Lxecutux
5/.0-27 6/3-10-17
I
t '
Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given '' '
have fUed my final report and pel
tion for Final OMWf.W.^vT
TOR of the estate of MAI O. KE.> '
deceased: and that on the IS daj ol
lune l'l''. will apply to the Hoi
able'W K BLANTON. Counts Judge
iade County, Florida, lor approval
if said final report and for Jlnal dis-
charge as EXECUTOR of the Estate
of MAY G. KENT, deceased
Thl. 14th day^ May. m9k].NT
CU8HMAN, WOODARD &
QOTTHARDT _____
Attorney for EXEC LI OR
o,_0-27 6/3-10
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+Jewish Meridian
FRIDAY, JUNE 3,
Beach Mizrachi
Women Install
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Mizrachi Women held installa-
tion of officers recently.
The ceremony was opened by
the presentation of colors by the
Boy Scout Troop of Congregation
Beth Jacob, followed by the
pledge of allegiance and the sing-
ing of the national anthem.
Regional Mizrachi Director
Mrs. Ida Karger installed the of-
ficers, who include: Mrs. Sarah
Hochman. president; >'-s. Pauline
Grundwerg, first vice president:
Mis. Pauline Chili, sei >nd vice
president; Mrs. G<>lda Sir. third
vice president; Mrs. Robe*, i Sil-
verstein. fourth vice president;
Miss Gertrude Gurlaid, secre-
tary: Mrs. Clara Brett, u! / rec-
ording secretary; Mrs. I -;enia
Lilienfeld. treasurer: M Louis
West Miami Center
Board Member Dies
Sam Gordon, a member of the
board of directors of the West
Miami Jewish Center, died Tues-
day, March 17. Mr. Gordon, who
resided at 6256 S.W. 14th St.. was
very active in the center and had
been a community leader in
Flushing. N. Y., his former home.
Feder. financial secretary.
Chairmen of committees are
Mrs. Louis Lustig. JNF; Mrs. Re-
becca Katz, membership: Mrs.
Rose Wexler. hospitality: Mrs.
Ida Friedman, refreshments.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff ad-
dressed the gathering and Robert
Brenner recited a poem on Miz-
rachi. Cantor Maurice Marrches
sang a prayer in honor of Rabbi
Meir Berlin.
Isaac Levin I 'nil
To Seat Leaders
Marx Faber, vice president of
the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
Council, will act as master of
ceremonies at the installation of
officers of the Isaac Levin Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, on Thursday, June
9, at Harvie's Restaurant, 1751
Biscayne Blvd.
Donald Eanett will be installed
as president and Burton Young
and Morton Perry will be seated
as first and second vice presi-
dents. Others to take office are:
Albert J. Beer, treasurer; Martin
L. Rosen, secretary; Richard Ger-
stein, chaplain: Robert Newman,
guardian; Harold Lieber, warden;
Isaac Levin, Robert Levin and
Dr. Maurice Serota, trustees.
Isaac Levin, pioneer Miami
resident and past president of
District Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai
B'rith, will be guest of honor.
Winter Resident Dies
Alvin Greif, 62, winter resident
of Miami Beach for many years,
died last week in New York.
Funeral services were held in
Baltimore Friday.
Greif, who owned a home at
4411 Pinetree Dr ww ,
He is survived by hk ,..-,
Nancy; a son. Alvin, jr ff'
York; a daughter, Mrs MarNew
Palbaum of Bait more rgaret
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PAGE SIX Temple Isaiah To Mark First Birthday At Buffet Dinner Dance Sunday Night A gala buffet dinner dance will be sponsored by Temple Isaiah in honor of the congregation's first anniversary and of Rabbi David Raab's first year of service to the group on Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at the Belrnar Hotel, Collins Ave. at 26th St., Miami Beach. Participating in the evening's program will be Rabbi Raab, Julius Jay Perlmutter, president of the congregation; Harold Shapiro, past president; Mrs. Clara Ma e Van Ness, Sisterhood president; Dr. Maurice Rich, president of the Temple Men's Club; Evelyn Ell, head of the Young People's League. Slated to appear in the floor show are Duke Leonard, popular singer and composer; Maurice Cohen, magician; and Marian Cohen, coloratura soprano. Temple Isaiah received its state charter June 8, 1948, and founders were Harold Shapiro, Alfred KreLsler, Dr. Seymour Kreisler, Richard Goodman and Rabbi Raab. "We have grown from a handful to a full-size congregation of one hundred families," Rabbi Raab said, "and we hope to double our membership during the coming year." Subscription for the affair is three dollars and the public is invited to attend. Rabbi David Raab Brandeis Graduates To Hold Reunion July 4 On July 4th weekend at the Hendersonville, N. C, Brandeis Camp, graduates from the Brandeis Institutes will gather to hold their first Southern reunion. Approximately 300 alumni from the Southern, Seaboard, Southeastern and Eastern Regions have been invited to attend the weekend gathering. Purposes of the reunion, as outlined by the chairmen, will be to take refresher courses, to gather for friendship and fellowship, to inspect the new Brandeis Camp, and generally to renew the spirit created when Brandeis campers assemble. Wives and husbands of fo 1 mer B.C.I.'ers are invited to attend the reunion. Applications may be obtained by writing to Natalie Levison, 702 Peters Building, Atlanta, Ga. Beach Railway Company Receives Safety Award The Miami Beach Railway Company was presented with a safety award from the American Transit Association recently in recognition of the company's safety record. Charles D. Coleman, safety director and assistant treasurer, accepted the award on behalf of the company at a conference held early last month in Philadelphia of transit companies in United States and Canada. Share! Chapter Schedules Outing An all-day outing for members and dates is being planned by Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women for Sunday at Crandon Park, Adele Ziff, president, has announced. A picnic lunch, swimming and softball are on the afternoon's agenda, and a wiener roast and dancing are scheduled for the evening. Chairman of the event is Harriet Slomowitz, who will be assisted by Arline Cohen, Ruth Bett, Dolly Levick and Rita Goldweber. A Shavuos program will be presented at the next meeting of the organization to be held Tuesday at the home of Arline Cohen, 1771 S.W. 21st Terr. Bea Gomelinski. chairman, will be aided by Mrs. Elaine Zagoria. Mrs. Seitlin Named Convention Delegate Mrs. Henry Seitlin, organizer of the Pioneer Women of Greater Miami and president of Club No. One of Miami Beach, will represent her club at the national convention to be held at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel in Philadelphia, Pa. Also elected to serve as delegates were Mrs. Lena Kaplan and Mrs. Ciporah Levine. Mrs. Mary Golden was chosen alternate. The group will leave Miami on June 9. INSECTICIDES FUMIGATING EXTERMINATING EARL WHITFORD APEX PEST CONTROL SERVICE 3582 N. W. 22nd Ave. Phone 3-7500 n orris Drolh ers ONLY DEPARTMENT STORE ON THE BEACH 1261 Washington Avenue VISIT OUR BRAND NEW FASHION STORE 68-72 East Flagler Street C\ A C C FOB EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE end WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Bereled Mirrort and ResilTering Our Specialty I. A 4.. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER TEMPLE ISAIAH "The Reform Jewish Congregation of Miami Beach" 1065 DADE BOULEVARD TEL. 58-8336 SPECIAL MEMORIAL (YAHRZEIT) SERVICE SATURDAY, JUNE 4th. 10:30 A.M. Rabbi David Raab will Preach on the Subject: "ON BEING ALIVE" "SHOW REVERENCE TO YOUR DEAR DEPARTED BY REMEMBERING THEM AT SERVICES" Th Public Is Invited to Attend +Jenist>flcrMian Cardiac Homo Group To Sponsor Card Party A dessert lunch, card and mah jong party to be held at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. 17th St. and Collins Ave. Miami Beach. Wednesday at l'p.m. Will be the first fund raising affair of the newly organized Flamingo Chapter of the Na-, tional Children's Cardiac Home. I Mrs. Sevmour Friedman and Mrs. Sam Magaziner are cochairmen of the affair. Serving on their committee are the Mesdames Edmund Perls P. L. Kappel, Irving Fagen and Irwin Coldstein Tickets for the affair are $1.50 and mav be reserved by calling Mrs. Friedman at 82-9914 or Mrs. Magaziner at 9-4482. Charter membership is still open but will close the day of the party. Regular membership is open at all times. Gables Members Attend Testimonial Affair For Rabbi Skop In Orlando A delegation of members of the Coral Gables Jewish Center consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Corenblum. Herbert Gelernter, Herman Fisher and Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld attended the testimonial reception given in honor of Rabbi Morris Skop by Congregation Oheb Sholem in Orlando last week. Rabbi Skop is leaving the Orlando community to assume the post of rabbi with the Coral Gables Jewish Community Center on September 1. Rabbi Skop joined Chaplain James Boston of Pratt General Hospital and Rabbi David Max Eichorn. national director of field operations of the National Jewish Welfare Board, in Coral Gables for luncheon Tuesday to discuss his duties as chaplain for Jewish patients at the hospital. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1949 Burbridge Calls For Widening Of Streets, Bridges Miami Beach Councilman William Burbridge called for widening streets and bridges in the North Beach area to relieve heavy traffic congestion. Speaking at a luncheon in his honor at the Raleigh Hotel Tuesday the candidate for reelection said the tremendous growth of the Beach in the past five years had placed the traffic problem at | the top of the city's list of needed civic improvements. "Miami Beach now is in the I transitional stage between a small' city and a large city. That means our civic needs, such as wider I arterial avenues, better lighting I and more adequate storm and sanitary sewers, are increasing daily," Burbridge said. "My record will show that I have been—and still am—in the forefront of all movements for civic improvement. I believe in the future of Miami Beach. "Along with this, I have been a consistent supporter of better salaries and more liberal pensions for city employes, including the police and fire department." SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE 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 AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 Sales and Service AUTO LOCKS SPEEDOMETERS WINDSHIELD WIPERS AUTO GLASS 4 PARTS SUN VISORS SPOT LIGHTS J. A. NILON J. P. NILON LISTEN TO WWPB EVERY SATURDAY AT 8 P.M. LISTEN TO WTTT FRIDAY AT 1—SUNDAY AT 10 A.M. The Zukerniek Pledge • I solemnly pledge that as councilman, I will represent all the residents of this city without fear of any and with special favor for none. I pledge that I will use the experience obtained in public, civic and professional activities in this community to determine all the issues which may come before the council for the best interests of the entire city. My allegiance has been—and as a member of the city council will continue to be —to all of the people of Miami Beach and not to any segment thereof. I have made no promises of any kind to any persons or groups, other than to the people of Miami Beach as a whole. I made a forthright announcement of my candidacy immediately upon reaching a decision to run and proceeded to tell my story simply and honestly. I have made no public or private solicitation of funds. Except for my home, I do not own, nor do I have any financial interests in any real estate, apartment houses, hotels, businesses or enterprises in M ia m i Beach. Limited funds have prevented me from employing paid canvassers and similar paid workers and extensive and expensive newspaper and radio advertising. I am, therefore doubly grateful for the voluntary assistanco given me by friends and fellow citizens who have come to my support. In these closing days of the campaign, more and more people and groups are flocking to my support. This is gratifying to all of us and approval of the type of camf iaign we have been conducing. I welcome and appreciate this support. My campaign has been the presentation of my qualifications — qualifications which show that I deserve the support of every voter. I believe my record of services discloses that I am as well. if not better, qualified than any other candidate, incumbent or non-incumbent. Let lhem speak for themselves, as 1 tpeak for myself. I do not seek votes by name-calling. I a not seek publicity at the expense of the reputation of our city, nor will I contribute lo the desecration of out M*>scapes by use of signs and mboards on vacant lots in violation of city ordinances. Miami Beach must be kepi clean and attractive, physically and morally. It must obtain. deserve and maintain a national reputation for phy""' and moral cleanliness. This the vital concern of every resident, every employee, every employer, home-owner ana investor in Miami Beach. I have demonstrated my moral philosophy and pMJJT phy of government by aevas not words. __„_. I pledged again that ascoun cilman. I will represent all ine residents of Miami Beacn without fear of any and wun special favor for none. w Tuesday. June 7th. I will ap predate your vote. Pull the LAST Lever FIRST—S3A HARRY ZUKERNICK ((raid Political A>iv) ^MMHH



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PAGE TWELVE ***** fkrkMo/r Gables Center To Install Officers Rabbi Morris Skop, who will become spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center on September 1, will be guest at the installation of the congregation and Sisterhood Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel, 4384 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Herbert Gelernter will be seated as president of the congregation and Mrs. Irving Ger.stenfeld will take over the duties of presidency of the women's group. Other officers of the congregation to be installed are: Herman Fisher, vice president; Mrs. A. W. Harris, recording secretary; Ed Miller, treasurer; Mrs. Ted Goodman, corresponding secretary; Meyer A. Baskin, financial secretary. Serving on the congregation's board Of directors are: Charles Adler. Herbert Blumo, Louis Finkelhor, Irving Gerstenfeld, A. W. Harris, Sol Halpert. Maurice Horwitz, William Pallot, Sam Rabenowich, Sidney Richman, Sam Silver, Mrs. Morris Corenblum. Mrs. Ed Miller, Mrs. Sidney Miller and Mrs. Sam Sehulefand. Also to be inducted as officers of the Sisterhood are: Mrs. Sidney R:chman, first vice president; Mrs. Maurice Horwitz, second vice president: Mrs. Meyer Baskin. recording secretary; Mrs. William H. Karo, com sponding secretary; Mrs. Sol Halpert, assistant corresponding secretary; Mrs. Herbert Gelernter. treasurer: Mrs. Louis Perkell, financial secretary. Members of the Sisterhood board include: the Mesdames A. W. Harris. William Hechler. Sol Kline, Leo Wool, A. H. Bricker, Herman Fisher, Joseph Platt. Sam Schulefand, Sam Ral em wich and Milton Yaffee, Following the installation i monies there will be a reception and dance in the Sorrento Room of the hotel. Arrangements for the affair are being made by: the Mesdames Sidney Richman, Herman Fisher, A. W. Harris, Irving Gerstenfeld, Louis Beck, Al Levick. Maurice Finkelhor, Sam Silver and Joseph Koven. [0 — *% ***** -^rf. ^>gj^ The newly elected and installed executive officers and board lirectors of the Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the .... • ... m t > a 1.-. .*!_•* iMDnvHtnoc of directors _. Aged will hold their initial meeting Monday at 1 p.m. Auditorium. Pictured are the new officers, who include: Mrs. William Danziger, president; Mrs. Maxim Hershey. first vice president; Mrs. Nat Katx. second vice president; Mrs. Bernard Bernstein, third vice president; Mrs. Claire Shanske, recording secretary; Mrs. Jack Krohn. corresponding secretary; Ms. Sidney Covner, financial secretary; Mrs. Joel Zalis, treasurer; Mrs. Sidney Boeninger. social secretary; Mrs. Isadora Cohen, parliamentarian; in Burdine's Mrs. Ben Kendall, sergeant-alarms; the Mesdames Beni. • Sherry, Joseph Fine, Isadore Cohen. Jennie Grouinaer i."*! Cohen, Eva Goldich. I. Keil, Ben Stone. Harry Field, trustees ^ Mesdames Nathan Abramovitz. Gerson August, A. M. Bear I • Brown, Philip Catsman, Max Daum, Anna Doe'ckler. Bessie^? Elman, Ben Firestone. Oscar Green. Either Goodman, Ben b! Elix Hinkes. Harry Klein, Pearl Krieger. I. Langne'r H ui*. Joseph Milgram. David Pottash. William Robinson iS Schwartz, Nathan Siegel. Max Simonhof f, David Singer, Era Tiuh Abe Waldman, Rose Weiss, members of the board of director!, Ili


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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jenist> tier Mia* FRIDAY, JUNE 3,1949 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Congregation Beth Da rid (Conleryalive), 135 N.W. Third ATC. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. ShavuM Bervlce Friday at 10:80 a in. Friday evening services at 6:4"> Sab bath morning services at S:3". V Memorial services at 10:80 a.m. R:ibbi Shapiro will discuss "Close Attachment." Students' services at 10:80 a m to be followed by a Klddush. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor aCamchea wll Annual Sunday School picnic at Qreynolds Park Sunday, bua wlU leave Talmud Torah at 10:30 a.m. for those without transportation Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. Friday morning Bhavu vie* at 8 80. Rabbi Orauer will preach on %  •T<.rah, Our Staff of Life." .... 8:30 Sabbath i ine service at B:S0 a.m. Rabbi G will preach n "Torah Memories." st Yiscor Memorial services which will take place at approximately l' 1 Dally reliKlous school from 8:30 to p m. Dally services 8 a.m. and t ]> m Temple Israel (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Shavuos Memorial services F morning at 11 am. Sabbath evening sei \ Ices Friday al T 10 i' m Confirmation set .ices i "onfli theme: "Thi History of the Jews the United States." Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday morning service at 9 a.m Samuel M I' hen will be< DIDC Bar Mitsvah. Me will address th> ngreratlon and Rabbi April will reap Services FYlday evening al 6:45 Saturday morninc; at :• a m. Y 01 Men • m. Mlncha al .'i 30 p in followed by Shalos Seud< Sunday School Confirmation al 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Hebrew school from i to I 10 p in 1 "ally BI rvlces at T B nd 8 30 p.m. Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening service at R:lf p.m. Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the choir, will conduct the service Saturday services at 9 a.m. Klddush after the morning services Sunday school at 10:80. Hebrew school Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mitsvah classes at extra session Thursday at 3 p in Minyan service dally at 9 a.m. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Shavuos servio Frldaj morning al 1 Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on %  Back to Zlon." Friday evening servt 6 p.m. Sabbath service al H 30 am Yiscor service al 10:30 a.m. The Rabbi's topic III be "A to Time.*' Parenti ar< urged to bring children Mil at 6:30 followed by Rabbi M< si heloff will rhe Sh >\ IOS lb %  l: %  i.i\. -. hool nt '• :•.' %  a m. I 'aily i cl fn m 9 3 • %  • 6 30. Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox), 432 Espanola Way. Miami Beach. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Raab )!i conduct a special •• in honor "f the fii-t ann i ary of the Temple. His topic will i"One Year with Temple Isaiah" Milton Tupler will re it,tnblessing for Klddush, Special memorial (Yahrxelt) service will be held Saturday at 1" 30 a in Rabbi Rabb will ; each on the subject: "On Being Alive Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (ConserratiTe). 1701 Washington Are., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irring Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Fust day of Shavuos Friday at 9 a.m Confirmation exercises 9 a.m. Kabbalas Shabbos eervlce Friday at : |. m Second daj of Bhavuoa Saturdav v a.m. Hebrew school graduation 9 a m Junior congregation 9:30 a.m. y | r services al 10:10 am. Hlbie ass Saturday ." p.m. Mlncha 6 p.m. followed by She %  Seudoe. Rabbi Irving Lehrman "ill officiate at services. ntor J Y Qoldring will chant, asthe Center choir under the i; tion of n>n Yomen. Temple Emanu-El 'Reform). 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Hanwn, Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:1* \ will f< Uow in the reception • public is invited to attend and the reception at • i p.m. United Jewish Schools. North Campus, University of Miami. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddlea : a m Hebrew school Monday an 1 Tuesday f 18 to ipo p.m. F i\f services a*. %  3 n p.m. Satut ng services at am. •.i "at i p.m. followed by Shalos %  Congregation beta Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid AveMiami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. r %  Ice at Racket -.-.• apeak on ; A I ill Fi lay evening Saturday morning [al • Rial • Ba k vsky will conduct I Yiscor sei His topic will • %  •Batur lay al foil w<-d by Shales Seudi Program of z services at 7:30 a.m. Class :. M -: • -*-'.\ be addressed by the Rabbi -• • at 8:30 p.m. followed i r i n Jew lea :.i %  and custo Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24th St. Daily services at 7 a.m. Friday night services at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served Immediately following the services Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service at 7:43. Shavuos service and confirmation exercises. Confirmation claaa will presenl a cantata on "Israel Reborn." written and arranged by Rabbi Leon Kronish. Conflrmanda Include Ann Broad, Can.I Clralaky, Charlotte Olyck, Hilda Ooldateln, Barbara Hillman. Allan Levey, Barbara i.evlnson, Barbara Pallot, Sylvia I'erlman, Helene Rosenthal, Barbara Rothman. I Han,Silverman, Gloria Bllverman. Susanne Stahl, Ueraldlne Taran, Carol Wien and Diane Woolfe. Sabbath morning service at i:45. Religious Congregation, 3681 N.W. 2nd St. Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services at 9. Mlncha at 5:45 followed by Shalos Seudos. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Services discontinued until the fall. I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A 8napper Creek Shafkin Rally MaieiI Sunday Final call to voters—at an individual candidate's rally, that is —will take place in Flamingo Park bar.dshell at 8 p.m. Sunday, at a rally sponsored by Louis Shafkin, candidate for Miami Beach city council. The rally will be preceded by a motorcade leaving Shafkin's Washington Ave. headquarters at 7 p.m. The motorcade, headed by a sound truck, will proceed south on Pennsylvania Ave. to First St., north on Collins to the city limits, south on Indian Creek Dr. to 26th St.. across to Collins and south to Lincoln Road, west to Washington Ave. and south to the bandshell. Shafkin will be introduced by Eric B. Hyde, president of the Miller-Hyde Steel Co., and others on the platform will include Albert Raffield, a member of the Zioni • peakers 1 bureau, who will be one 'A the main speakers, and W. A Haggerty, ex-state senator Connecticut, who has been a resident of Miami Beach for the past six years. Raffield was the founder and first president of B'nai B'nth in Orlando, and Shafkin was a charter member and secretary. 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. Kodimah Chapter To Seat Leaders Mrs. Leo J. Goldman will be installed as president of Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women at the annual installation dinner to be held Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Marina Restaurant, South Bayshore Dr. Mrs. Max Shapiro will be installing officer. Other officers to be inducted are: Mrs. Fred Sandier, first vice president: Mrs. Michael Fiedler, second vice president: Mrs. Sylvia Friedman, recording secretary; Mrs. Albert Shkoler, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sam Seitlin and Mrs. Amy Sloan, local secretaries; Mrs. Sol Braun, financial secretary; Mrs. Harry Albert, treasurer. Mrs. Harold G. Shapiro, outgoing president, has been named as honorary president. Elected board members are: the Mesdames Al Alpert, Maurice Coulton, Minna Goldblatt, M. A. Kleiman, Abe Milman. Manuel Rudes and Hyman Sootin. Delegates to the Pioneer Women Council besides the president. Mrs. Goldman, are the Mesdames Jack Rosenberg. Fred Sandier and Hyman Sootin. Mrs. Jacob Weiss is an alternate. Delegates to the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations are the Mesdames Leo Goldman, Abe Kasow, Fred Sandier. Harold G. Shapiro and Max Shapiro. Alternates are the Mesdames Sol Braun. Max Colton, Daniel Kindler, Sam Seitlin and Albert Shkoler. Appointed to chairmanships are: Mrs. Max Colton, membership: Mrs. Murray Fledell and Mrs. Sam Margaretten, Moatzat Hapoalot; Mrs. Fred Sandier, Mrs. Arthur Rosen, Mrs. Manuel Rudes, child rescue; Mrs. Hyman Sootin, Jewish National Fund; Mrs. Robert Miller, program: Mrs. Michael Fiedler, cultural; Mrs. Albert Berson, education; Mrs. William Berson, legislation; Mrs. Irving Bayer, current events; Mrs. Morris Grant and Mrs. Harold Shapiro, publicity; Mrs. M. Coulton, dues; Mrs. J. Stern, telephone; Mrs. Jacob Weiss, sock and joy; Mrs. M. Goldblatt, hospitality, Mrs. M. Eichenbaum, Bureau of Jewish Educational representative; Mrs. Jack Rosenberg, parliamentarian. School For Mentally Handicapped To Open The Haven school for mentally handicapped children will be ready to open in the fall, according to an announcement by Dr. Jess Spirer, president of the board. A non-profit, non-sectarian project, the school is being constructed near Kendall. Labor is being contributed by the members of the building trades unions and much of the materials by construction concerns and contractors. Part of the equipment will be provided by women's and civic groups and cash donations are being received by Earl Schurtz, treasurer. Directors of the school include Dr. Spirer, John McCudden, Mrs. Laura L. Sutter, Dr. Paul Kells, C. Clyde Atkins, Earl B. Bowser, C. L. Eddleblute, Alfred Stone, Dr. H. Franklin Williams, Ralph M. Bagley, Angus Graham and William Seybold. Robert T. Teaney Candidate tor City Council Your support will be greatly appreciated. Pull lever "lucky" 17-A (Paid Political Adv.) Hillel Symposium Set For Thursday The Hillel Advisory Council ol B'nai B'rith will sponsor a Hillel symposium night at their next meeting Thursday, June 9 at 8:15 p.m. at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Council President Walter C. Kovner has invited Miami Beach Lodge and Chapter representatives to participate in the symposium which will feature Dr. Donald Michelson, Hillel director, as moderator. Featured in the evening's program will be brief talks by college students who will describe their student programs to B'nai B'rith leaders and will tell of the cultural and social aspects of Hillel Foundations a more than 190 college campus* throughout the United s.,. Canada and Cuba. StaU RESERVATJONS T NOW BEIN Q COLONIAL INN HENDERSONVILLE. N. c STRICTLY KOSHER^' AMERICAN PLAN Delicious Meals Rooms with Private Balhi All Sports Facilities Including Swimming Pool SPECIAL RATES FOR JUNE Now Under the Management 0 D. Handel—I. Friedlander Operators of Hotel Boston, Miami Beach (Paid Political Adv. EYES EXAMINED Glasses Fitted and Repaired DR. SIDNEY H. MOSS. Optometrist 225C S. W. 8th STREET PH. 48-6535 DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGEPHONE 2-4128 DARBY RATHMAN j FOR CITY COUNCIL — JUNE 7th ,' PULL LUCKY LEVER 13 (Paid Political Adv.) • AS LOW AS 4% INTfMST MORTGAGE lO A N $ HENRY E.WOLFF CO. Pan %  -" >' •ml r. %  :"! 9-3415 VOTE FOR "5" PROGRESSIVE AND CIVIC LEADER SAM GOLD PULL LEVER 5 (Paid Pol. Adv.) Our attention was called to the advertisement in last week's Jewish Floridian, stating that the Parkway Kosher Meat and Poultry Market was supervised by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and its Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. We thought it our duty to inform the Jewish population that the above-mentioned market applied for an endorsement and it is still under investigation. As soon as the endorsement is g ra "| ed them we will inform the Jewish public of Greater MiamiThe Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth By RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director



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B^B^B^B^Bl PAGE TEN + Jen I sifkriJten FRIDAY, JUNE 3 Beach Center To Confirm Students The Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Sunday School will hold confirmation exercises this morning. June 3. at 9 a.m. in the synagogue, 1701 Washington Ave. Members of the confirmation class are Martha Jo Becker. Maxine Cherry. Marler.e Bertman, Roberta Palay, Norman Ostrov. Jerry Klonsky, Richard Jablor.. Marvin Siegel, Barbara Falk. Susan Gans, Iris Thorpe and Ann Serrant. Following the exercises, the congregation is invited to a reception by the parents of the confirmands in the Center patio. Graduation exercises of the Daily Religious Schools will be held tomorrow morning. June 4. at the Center. Graduates, whose studies at the Religious School have fitted them for attendance at any regular Hebrew high school, are: Joseph Ginsberg. Herbert Kaplan. Howard Katzen and Richard Rose. Official closing of Sunday School for the summer months will be on Sunday when prizes and certificates of honor will be awarded to outstanding students. The Daily Religious School officially closes on June 16. Gables BB Women To Hold Card Party Tuesday Br.ai B'rith Women of Coral Gables will hold their final meeting of the season with a luncheon and card party at the Sorrento Hotel. 4384 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, on Tuesday, June 7. at 12:30 p.m. Members desiring reservations are asked to call Mis. J. Toback. chairman, at 48-5285 or Mrs. D. Klein, co-chairman, at 48-2287. Littman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Harold Littman. formerly of 4223 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Relatives and friends are requested to be present. Academy To Give Exams Final examinations in the Hebrew and English departments of the Hebrew Academy will be given all during next week to the students under the supervision of Sol L. Sugarman. the principal, and the members of the faculty. Law Offices Ben Essen anounces the opening of his offices for the general practice of law at 823 Seybold Building. He attended City College of New York and New York University and graduated from the New York University Law School in 1924. He practiced law in New York and Massachusetts for 20 years and is a member of the bar in both states. Gold Foresaw Tenant Emergency On Beach As long as two years ago Sam Gold, veteran campaigner for the job of city councilman, predicted the present emergency facing the tenants on Miami Beach. One of the main planks in his platform during the last election, was based on a conviction that a supervisory organization was needed to meet the rent problem anticipated by the lifting of rent controls. At that time Gold said "Decontrol of Miami Beach is a certainty. Plans should be made now to meet the emergency." Beach Leaders Endorse Woolfe Unqualified support of the campaign of A. Ernest Woolfe for councilman of the city of Miami Beach was announced by C. L. Clements, president of the Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association. In a letter addressed to candidate Woolfe. Chase stated: "I am leaving Saturday for a vacation and just want you to know that Mrs. Clements and I are casting two absentee ballots for vou for the city council. • Mrs. Clements and I have observed the progress you have made in Miami Beach during the past 25 years. You have made good because you have played the game squarely, and men who have been successful in their own affairs are the type of fellows whom we would like to see at the head of our city government." Because of their friendship for Woolfe. candidate for councilman of Miami Beach, some of the leading entertainers in this area will appear at his wind-up rally Saturday, June 4, at Washington Park, Washington Ave. and 2nd St.. Miami Beach. The "Ernie Woolfe for Councilmar." headquarter on Wednesday released a letter from County Commissioner Louis F. (Red) Snedigar, formally endorsing A. Ernest Woolfe for a seat on the city council. "If the voters of Miami Beach know your qualifications as well as I do, I am sure they would give you one of their five votes, which I am going to do, on June 7, said Snedigar. The Snedigar endorsement carries considerable weight according to political observers. It follows closely the similar letter from Clements. Isadore Goldburg, chairman of the Jewish National Fund, Attorney Byron Cisco, Dr. Herman Broughton, Dr. Barney Weinkle, Dr. Richard L. Schwarz, Attorney Morton Rothenberg, are all campaiging for Ernest Woolfe. Woolfe is the only non-incumbent to be endorsed thus far by the Committee of One Thousand. Need Help in • Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit, and Color.d Help Phonee 9-5317 — |_.*7X7 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner Non-Surgical Treatment oT HERNIA (Rupture) HEMORRHOIDS CHRONIC DISEASES DR. LONG'S CLINIC 21 S. W. 13th Avenue PHONE 3-2748 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, pioneer Miami Beach residents, pictured here, recently celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary. This week they are busy encouraging their many Miami Beach friends to help in the increasingly popular campaign to elect their son-in-law, the well liked A. Ernest Woolfe, to the Miami Beach City Council. Ernie Woolfe, also a pioneer Miami Beach resident, has worked unselfishly for 25 years for the betterment of Miami Beach. As a result such prominent Miami Beach leaders as County Commissioner Louis F. Snedigar and banker Charles LClements, have announced their support of his candidacy. Louis Miller is an officer of the L. & H. Miller Company, building contractors whose low bid secured the contract for constructing the new Miami Beach City Auditorium and Convention Hall. He is also Treasurer of the Miami Beach District of the Zionists of America. ELECT to the Council the most popular man in Miami Beach A. ERNEST (ERNIE) WOOLFE PULL LEVER 21 ((Paid Political Adv.) 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 Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21*1 Terrace EDDIE ALPER Hebrew School To Hold Confirmation First confirmation exercises of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the main auditorium of the school building at 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Confirmands who will appear on the program include: Alvin Joel Moss, opening prayer; Eileen E. Duchon, floral prayer; Matthew K. Becker, Zionism and declaration of faith; Sandra Ann Rosen, bible; Marilyn S. Kostoff, thanks to parents; Ann Shirley Jacobson, closing prayer. H. M. Drewitch, president of the congregation, will extend a welcome and Cantor Berele Kelemer will chant Mah Tobu and Yevorechecho. Leo Sheiner, chairman of the congregation's board of education, will present gifts and diplomas to the confirmands and Saul Genet, superintendent of the Sunday School, will deliver the teachers' address. Rabbi Simon April will bless the class at the conclusion of the program. Bette Irene Fiedler, pianist, will r^GUST BROS Rv r m play the Processional^Tw^ A guard of honor, composed", former confirmands 0 f R aK J April will include: Mrs R 0 R s a a 3 Frank, Bernice Kostoff r y Kleber, Murray Shear £***. April. Saul Ofsowitz Samue Mrs. Simon April is in „v of the program fnd vli^j are under the supervision M confirmands' parents. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White" Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. 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^^m^Wm^myf^^^^^WP'' +Jewish fhridiiar) PAGE NINETEEN „„„. o mes WTTT. Make thanges, Goes On Air 24 Hours A Day !" _. ••_ tire* inHonpnds first independvent a cc recently Miami's nrst inaepenuJft%tfr!ret At eoplt5 and Iggffi******* 9 but ^'change was in the which took place on !ESi2 P Stockholder in the new Jlr ch ." navid H. Freedman, ffKtlS duties of general ^Ir Freedman is also part managerI[D MutU al BroadSwUkS in Atlantic City, Vuring the weeks that followed jaeraveilofcomparauye i complete new staff, ^ and program structure were "Tintn operation. Edwin C. tZxxs formerly with WCTC, & unswick, N. J, joined the i N In as commercial manager ffMilt Mitlcr who was with 'HlD came down as program ^addition to the executive •if new names appeared on the fjod Craogcr, ex of WWRL, fv became a featured disc iockev as did Roger Krupp who "the past 19 years worked for thr<* largest networks ABC, Sc and CBS. and Stanley Burns u'-osc background includes WINS nd WMCA. New York Senor Manuel Martinez joined the staff as Spanish American director and kheine featured on several Latin American shows. Noah Tyler who (or the pa* 11 years has been heard on Miami stations, became news director for the station. Program wise WTTT is built oa basis of music and news with news being featured every hour on the half hour. In music t'c station has been divided into different segments with every tvpe of music being being featured in its own segment. In this way t'-ose who prefer popular music or classical or hillbilly, Latin American, etc., may be satisfied. For the sports enthusiast racing results are being carried every fifteen minutes from 12 noon until 7 p.m. Climax to the vast changes came on Monday. May 16, when the new cal! letters were introduced to the Greater Miami area. The station, formerl y known as flirsch Urges Repeal Of Cosmetics Tax Albert J. Hirsch, president of the Royal Beauty Supply Co., has been informed by Sen. Spessard Holland that he will keep in mind a request to support Sen. Butler's amendment to the oleo bill repealing excise tax on cosmetics used in beauty and barber shop. Hirsch telegraphed the senator asking his action in behalf of the thousand beauty salons and barber shops in this area. "The war is over and we feel this excise tax is unnecessary," Hirsch said yesterday. "There is no more reason why a woman should pay a tax on lipstick than WBAY, is now officially WTTT. Promotion announcing the new call letters included a series of ads in every local newspaper, airplanes bearing banners overhead, billboards throughout the city, aitpromotion, a huge staff party on the air at midnight of that"day and a big quiz show from the stage of the Olympia Theater. In the commercial side a completely new rate structure was invoked. The new WTTT rate card lists only one degree of broadcast time unlike the usual radio station rate card that carries A, B and C time broken down into time segments. In another unprecedented move with the change of call letters Freedman put the station on 24 hour service thus becoming the only station in the Greater Miami area to be on the air 24 hours a day. With this new schedule in operation listeners may now enjoy music and news all night long. LEGAL NOTICE 'astern Connersvllle, Indiana You are hereby ordered to file youi a l aranca or answer to the bill o '"II,], nint for divorce filed against MM '"; U J S__S__ M n,e,i "Wlnat you by THOMAS EDWARD HERoi.D. on or nerore the 6 day of June, 194!), otherwise the allegations of said bill H1 be taken as confessed against you. .DONE AND ORDERED this 5 day Of May, 1949. i: li. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By CHARLES BOLAND, GEORGE J. TAUANO& PUty ^ Solicitor for plaintiff LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that LEGAL NOTICE HERBERT H, ROBINS IIYMAN ROSENBERG MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Robins ft Rosenberg 5/27 8/8-10-17-24 %  /I3-20-27 1/3 Sorority Holds Ball At Quarterdeck Club Phi Sigma Sigma sorority held its annual American Beauty Ball Saturday, May 14, on the Quarterdeck Yacht Club. Members and their dates left from pier 9 of the City Docks. Dinner was served, followed by entertainment and dancing to the music of Barry Davis and his orchestra. Guests of the group were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen, Dr. and i .r-' -.H .-*> ^n IJJ\ .*_, ii TO I.EON SCHLAM, 122 Ht Marks Place New York, New York You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or tnawer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against you by HELEN BCHLAM on or before the i'i day of June, 1919. otherwise the allegation! of said bin win he taken as confessed against you. DONE WD ORDERED this 23 day of May, 1949. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk Of the Circuit Court, ill Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. OEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for l'lalntlff :. JT 6/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirine to engage in business under the fictitious name of oxford's at 102 Miracle Mile. Coral NOTICE TO APPEAR IN* THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 124636 TAN AMERICAN CORP., a Florida corporation. INTERNATIONAL, IMPORTING & EXPORTING CO., a Florida corporation, and MEYER SCHWARTZ. individually, Plaintiffs, vs. HAD LEITMAN, HARVEY LEITMAN, MAX DEITMAN and DONALD I.EITMAN, Trading and doing Business as THE TIRE MART, Defendants. TO: HAL I.EITMAN 329 West 76th Street 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 ft Exporting Co., a Florida corporation, and MEYER SCHWARTZ. Individuals, 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 dav of June, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confesed by you. This onlat is to be published once a week for Tour (4) consecutive weeks, in the Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper published In Dade County. Florida. Dated this 11 day of May, 1949. E. B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk. .Circuit Court fcal)^ __,„„. Deputy Clerk ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE & ARONOVITZ Solicitors for Plaintiff 13 -211-27 6/3 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 124*04. „ %  JOSEPH MASTRODONATO. Plaintiff, vs. ETHEL MASTRODONATO. Defendant, TOETHEL MASTRODONATO, E-5 Boston Court, Atlantic City, New YOU'ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above stvleci cause for divorce, on or before th'o 9th day of June. 1949. otherwise decree pro confesso will bo entered against you. Dated this 10th day of May 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. ICircult Court 8*1^. „ mcE> JR ., Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney I,17 Beybold Building Miami, Florida ./13-2U-27 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious .name oi lUMl'TY DUMPTY DRIVE IN RESTAURANT at 0100 N. W. |th Ave., Miami, Florida, intend to register saw name with the Clerk of the ( Iroult Court of Dade County, Florida. OEORGE MILLER SAMUEL ROME MARK SILVERSTEIN, Attorney 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 5/13-20-27 6/3-10 ana Mrs. nown nus-n. u, !" %  --,„-; %  ; ,,, -{ iitr „,,„ Mrs. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Alex-1JJiSIe wiS the Clerk of the circuit ander Kogan and Mrs. Lucille court of Dade County, Florida. T :-u. ...JJ... MIIMVM SEIDERMAN Lichtenstedder. On the evening before the formal, Friday the 13th, the pledges gave the actives and their dates an informal watermelon party at the home of Judy Youngerman, 300 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach. The pledges served refreshments and put on a skit to entertain their guests. MIRIAM SEIDERMAN EMANUEL SEIDERMAN Partners 5/6-13-20-27 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underpinned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Fairmont Hotel at 1000 Collins Av Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to regtat. r said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorJERRY SAMET SAM SAPSOV1TZ Farmers i;Eo>RGE CIIKUTKOF Olympia Bldg. Alt irney for Applicants :, 13-20-27 6/3 'or a man to pay one on razor blades. We hold both are essentials, not luxuries. If this tax could be eliminated it would benefit untold numbers of dealers and thousands of women." A telegram to Sen. Claude Pepper evoked the following response: "I am most sympathetic to repeal of cosmetics tax; however, 1 favor this measure being considered separately from oleo tax bill." Kohen Takes Top Honors At I-Ala. Roland J. Koben. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kohen, Miami Beach, will graduate with highest honors from the Medical School of the University of Alabama, next week. Kohen. who was elected president of his graduating class, has also won top scholastic rating and is listed in the Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. He served as an ensign in the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Kohen left last week for Tuscaloosa, where they will attend the commencement exercises. Young Kohen will begin his internship in Cleveland, his former home, and after post graduate studies, plans to return to practice here. The young man took his undergraduate work at the University of Miami where he was president of the student body in 194445 The recipient of the traditional Iron Arrow award he was a member of the National Honor Society both at the university and at Miami Beach High. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the tiiidci signed, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Budget Dress Shop at 793 N. E. 125th St North Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk Of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County. ,1or,da DOROTHY L. GOLDMAN .'./13-20-27 6/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Jo-Jo's Tavern at 1163 N. E. 1st Ave.. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Hoi-Ida. HARRY HURWITZ, Sole Owner r, 13-20-27 6/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Oertler Top Soil Co. at 1063 N \V. Dth Street. Miami. Fla.. Intend! to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County. Fl "" a JOSEPH OERTLER 3/6-13-20-27 6/3 LEGAL NOTICE N0T CE N U A N M D E ER LA F W= TITI0US NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Youth Group Will Conduct Israeli Tour The National Jewish Youth Conference, which is sponsored ^ the National Jewish Welfare Board, will conduct a work-study tour to Israel this summer in cooperation with the youth dePatrment of the Jewish Agency. Plans are for the group to leave on June 20 for ten weeks in Israel with a three week special institute at the Hebrew University and three weeks working in Israeli settlements. During the working period, members of the 'our party will have five-day weeks with weekends free for sightseeing or visits in the city. Cost of the tour, including air transportation to and from Israel will be $1,050. The young adult council of the Greater Miami Jewish Federaon is serving as local representative and will accept applications. Purpose of the tour is to impart to young American Jews a l e e .b"g of personal identification *"h the youth o* Israel NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUII IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. CLARA OLLINGER, Plaintiff, VB. FRANK OLLINGER, Defendant Von, FRANK OLLINGER. 179.Marcy Avenue. Brooklyn, New York,, aw notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on the M day o June. A. D. IMS. t" e !" dec-.-.'• pro confess,, will be entered i,B p;:;:: t ftl. **? of May. A. D. 1949 K R. T.E.VTHERMAN, Clark, (dreult court Seal) ft KE OE Deputy Cleik. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for I'laintiff s.vhold Hulldlng 5/87 6/S-10-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltlouji name ol Hopkins Publications at 5928 N. \\. 2Znd Ave.. Miami. Florida, Intends to Ulster said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DAVID BHUB0Wi Sole Owner S/13-20-2 7 6/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Miami Tailors at 28 N. K. •"• %  gSin Miami, Florida, Intends to regtaU. said name with the Clerk of the CIcuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NICHOLAS DANIELS MILTON A. FRIEDMAN SVybold Bldg. Attorney for applicant 5/6-13 --'0-27 6/3 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH .1CDICIAI. CIRCLII OFFLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. JOSEPH COLANDRO, Plaintiff, vs. CHARLOTTE COLANDRO, D.fendTof^CHARLOTTE COLANDRO. 89 Ruxton Road, Great Neck, i.nng VWAR N B W HJRSBY NOTIFIED I. file your appearance In the abo\e sivled cause for divorce, on or before the Kth day of June, 19*9. ^ l is E'V^-EATHK-KMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) ^ Q FK|I;| DepUt] Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney 17 Seybold Ruilding Miami, Horida 5/13-20-27 6/3 KcteSVtl* "Circuit Court of Dade oun(y norito. ROTENBEBG GEORC.E T. SOLINOBR MAX R SILVER Attorney for Applicants 5/20-27 6/3-10-1. iRDER OF PUBU.^ %  — THB IE CIRCUIT COV RT V* ORDER_OF PUBLICATION IN TH c rffitt ^ssnJSh. p.THE'sTATE OF FLORIDA: TO JOHN BENNETT 246 Eaet lH..PtrMt •rork.'Vew York < e w York. New ii-d order *d i-ou are hereby notlfied an BHJ 0 to file r-V," !" ""' '" d W2 or before the ggL'gfca •"• reln ihv "ORDERED at gft jfi9g*' Florida, this ^'LKATHERMAN^ .Circuit Court Seal) M ^FEIG^ 5/27 •/•-10" 17 7ioTicr~Ur7DTR FICTITIOUS NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Fl0rlda U OERREZ MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant ;, fi-13-20-27 6/3 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE rOUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. DOROTHY W. DOBBS, Plaintiff, vs. AUGUST V. DOBBS, Defendant. You. AUGUST V. DOBBS 8528-252 Street, Bellerose. Queens. Long island New York, are notified to filo vour" appearance in the above cause for divorce on the 13th day of June, A D 191'.', otherwise decree pro confesso will l,o entered against you. Dated this Hth day of May, A.o. K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) ^ ft ^^ Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN, Attorney Seybold Building 5/ I3-2U-27 6/3 _____ NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IV COUNTY JUDGE'S < ol III, DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. No. RE; ESTATE OF DAVID DICKSON, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that 1 na\e filed my final report and petition ror Final Discharge as Administrator <>r the estate of DAVID '" ceased; and that MI I %  949 %  • in %  able W. !•' BLA.Vi ,,f bade county, i %  • Of said fin.,1 repoit aiiu • ,....! Charge as Administrator of the BstI ,,, pwili DICKSON, deceased. This II day of Mj^W^^ MAN R. SILVER Vttorney for Administrator f, L'n-^7 6/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctittoua name „f LITTLE RIVIERA COCKTAIL LOUNGE at number 165 N.B. m Street n the City of Miami. Florida Intend! to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. n s or.,la Ri ( ATioN ARONOVITZ, WE1NKLE & ARONOVITZ 748 Seybold Bldg. \ttorneys for Applicants r,/6-13-20-27 6/3 ^^______ ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridian solicits your togal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN I'ROBATE, No. n 218 Re: ESTATE OF SARAH RAPHAEL, also known as s. RAPHAEL Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against You. and'each of you. are hereby notified and required to present an> claims and demands whfch you. or either of vou, may have against the .Lute of "Sarah Raphael also known as S Raphael, deceased, late of Coral Gables Dade County. Florida, to the Hon W F Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADH COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. MURIEI. SHLOMKOWITZ MI'.YEi:OWITZ. I'laintiff. vs. BORIS BUDYEROWITZ, Defendant. YOU, BORIS MEYEROWIIZ. lblo Quentin Road. Brooklyn, New YorK, are notified to flic your appearance in the above cause for divorce, on or before June *. 1349, or a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. DATED; May 3. 1949. i: It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit' Court Seal) -_-,___, By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff ;,_2 Seybold Building Miami, Florida R/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 Lottie Brooks Dress Shop at *'' %  :' %  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. DADH COUNTY FI/>R1DA.—No. 14386. Dade County, Florida." within eight calendar months from the .late of the first publication hereof. Said cUima or demands to conUln the legal address of the claimant and to be 8 w,u-n to and Presented as aforesaid or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1. A toN8 As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Sarah Raphael, also known as S. RaphaelI. Deceased. MVERB, HEIMAN & KAPLAN. fijii Sevbold Bldg. Ml:mi. Florida Vti ,me>* for Lxecutux 5/.0-27 6/3-10-17 I t Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given '' have fUed my final report and pel tion for Final OMWf.W.^vT TOR of the estate of MAI O. KE.> deceased: and that on the IS daj ol lune l'l''. will apply to the Hoi able'W K BLANTON. Counts Judge i a de County, Florida, lor approval if said final report and for Jlnal discharge as EXECUTOR of the Estate of MAY G. KENT, deceased Thl. 14th day^ May. m9 k] NT CU8HMAN, WOODARD & QOTTHARDT Attorney for EXEC LI OR o,_0-27 6/3-10 fe^ffiS^S*



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PAGE TWO *Jewlst>ncridlan FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1949 New Hate Group Is Formed In Atlanta ATLANTA, Ga.—Formation of the American Bilbo Club, the latest hate organization to be spawned in the South, was announced today by Alexander F. Miller, director of the Southern Office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. A small group of die-hard members of the defunct Nazi-like Columbians formed the core of the new organization whose headquarters is located on Bankhead Highway in Atlanta. Ira Jett and P. F. Adams, Columbian organizer, head the new movement. Despite certain unverified reports to the contrary, neither Homer Loomis, Jr. nor Emory Burke, guiding lights of the Columbians, are members of this new organization according to Miller. The purpose of the American Bilbo Club is to perpetuate the ideals and objective of the late Senator Theodore F. Bilbo as outlined in his last book, "Take Your Choice—Segregation or Mongrelization," published in 1947. In this book, Senator Bilbo advocated the expulsion of all Negroes to Africa. Bilbo accused both Jewish scientists and Catholic priests of advocating mongrelization of the white race. The Bilbo Club leaders hope to establish many chapters, particularly throughout Mississippi where the current Ku Klux Klan has difficulty in getting new members. They believe that the magic of Senator Bilbo's name will attract neophytes where the hoods and the bed sheets have failed. Miller warned against taking this new organization too seriously. According to reports less than 50 individuals have joined thus far. He pointed out that starting new organizations in the spring and early summer is apparently a recurrent malady with Jett and his associates. Three years ago it was the Commoner Party; two years ago it was the Columbians; last year it was the fancifully named Universal Klicglight Club, and this year it is the American Bilbo Club. If history repeats itself, the good sense and good will Tropical Lodge to Hold Swim Dance Final arrangements are being made for the third annual water carnival and swim dance sponsored by Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, to be held Saturday. June 4 at the Hyde Park Hotel, as announced by Alvin Budner and Edward Oka, co-chairmen of the publicity and public relations committees. Acting as over-all chairman, Seymour Brenner heads the following committees: reception, A. Budd Cutler, Gershon S. Miller, Irving Cypen; entertainment, Seymour Brenner. Sidney Snyder; ticket, Howard Levine and Mike Sussman; display, David Moldan. Hal Kaye, Sam Kessler and Stanley Falke. Zionist Youth Council To Meet Tuesday Night The Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, sponsored by the local units of Hadassah and the Zionist Organization of America, will meet Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, newly elected chairman of the group, has announced. Annual reports outlining the year's activities will be heard from Beverly Raphael, president of Miami Beach Jr. Hadassah; Esther Ann Cohen, president of Miami Jr. Hadassah; Gilbert Rozran, IZFA; Herman Staiman, president of Miami Masada; Gilbert Rappapoit, president of Miami Beach Masada: Joseph Pardo, chairman of the Young Judaea Leaders' Council. Also on the agenda are various committee reports, including that of Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman of the Brandeis Camp Institute Committee. Hadassah Games Night Monday night will be games night at the Sagamore Hotel, 1671 Collins Ave.. lor the benefit of the Miami Beach Business and Professional Division of Hadassah. The public is invited. of the American people will make for an early demise of this latest hate group. Arranging final details for the third annual water carnival and swim dance to be sponsored by Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith tomorrow night at the Hyde Park Hotel are (1. to r.) Alvin Budner, publicity chairman: Howard Levine, tickets; Leonard Uhr, door; Seymour Brenner, over-all chairman; Hal Kaye, display. Hadassah To Install Leaders Mrs. Murry Grossman, southeastern regional vice president of the state of Florida, will be installing officer for Miami Group of Hadassah at their installation reception to be held on Monday at 1 p.m. in the Biscayne Room of the McAllister Hotel. Mrs. Morris C. Drapkin will act as mistress of ceremonies, and the benediction will be given by Mrs. Harold B. Cohen. A candlelighting ceremony will seat the officers, who 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. J. H. Weitzner, treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Sugerman, financial secretary; Mrs. Milton Weiner, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Rae Frome, recording secretary. A program will be presented by Frayda Buch, ten year old pianist and the Maryen Lorrain Dance Studio. Members and their guests are invited to attend the reception. Ping Pong Tournaments In Progress At Miami Y The 1949 summer ping pong tournaments for juniors and seniors are in progress at the Miami Y. These ping pong matches consist of a three out of five series with all challenges to be met within a two week period. The tournaments will run through August and Bob Bergen, a junior leader at the Miami Y, is the official judge. Roth Rally Set For Saturday Kite A huge motor cavalcade preceding his rally at Flamingo Park at 8 p.m. Saturday is being planned by Rurnett Roth, candidate for Miami Beach city council. A buffet supper of sandwiches and cold drinks will be served at the assembly point, the municipal pier, at 6 p.m. following which with police escort, the cavalcade will tour the area from 41st St south to the bandshell. Following an inspection of the area north of 71st St. this week Roth said that "the city has failed completely to give the residents of the area the facilities to which they are entitled, such as adequate street lighting, sidewalks sewers and pavements. "These residents pay their proportion of city taxes, and have for several years," Roth continued "and they are entitled to such services." In a meeting with the 29th St association, Roth advocated a foot bridge across Indian Creek at 29th St. in order to connect the residential with the business district. A 60-day moratorium on apartment house evictions and rental raises will be called for bv Burnett Roth on June 8 if he is elected to a seat on the Miami Beach city council, he said. "My first act as a councilman will be to bring the moral persuasion of the city government on apartment house owners to agree to the moratorium," Roth reported. Roth added that in his opinion the most pressing problem facing the community is that of housing. PIONEER JEWISH CAMP OF THE SOUTH 25TH SEASON CAMP OSCEOLA Thoroughly Modern Separate Camp* for Jewish Boys and Girls on Lake Osceola and Mills River "In the Land of the Sky" HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. • 2500 feet elevation • Capable Seasoned Staff • Resident Physician and Nurse • Horseback Riding • Supervised outdoor recreation • Boating PRIVATE NEW SWIMMING POOLS AT EACH CAMP For information Contact Owner and Director: HERBERT SILVER. B.S. IN ED.: M.ED. 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, Telephone: 5-5975 "v H >^ %  L j* 0m Sr' TlHf %  1 &


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fpinAY jUNE 3, 194& ^JeHistnoridton PAGE SEVEN tl MIAMI BEACH NEEDS BILL" BURBRIDGE'S EXPERIENCE Dean of Miami Beach citycouncil, William (Bill) Burbridge, center, is taken on a tour of inspection at the new Mt. Sinai hospital by board of trustee members Max Orovitz, left, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Reconstruction work on the hospital is half completed. It was formerly Nautilus hospital. A campaign luncheon for 400 guests will be given Tuesday by supporters of Burbridge, who is running for re-election. The luncheon is at the Raleigh Hotel. (Reprint from Miami Beach Sun, Sunday, May 29, 1949) %e-Steef WILLIAM BILL • YOVB j ..



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PAGE FODB -JeKtrk*/Hir FRIDAY, JUNE 3, iveth the humble. But the Lord also seems to love those not so humble. The Talmud has it that "chutzpah" is effective even against God. Somehow we of ground, you would find yourhave to reconcile both of these self in the caboose. But Ruth ized. Suppose you were hungry and, seeing somebody's apple trees or wheat field, went in to do a little plucking for yourself. Suppose you even try to go to some big stretch of unused woods, you will see signs: No Trespassing. And if you tried to pick some apples or tomatoes from a worked piece ZOA Elects Daniel Frisch President, Demands Administrative Autonomy Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 22 FRIDAY, JUNE 3. 1949 IYAR 29. 5709 \ extreme poles. There is a beauty about true humbleness but there is also a great deal to be said for "chutzpah" sometimes. I suspect that deep down, there may not be as wide a chasm between these two quaLities as first appears. Perhaps the person who has the real quality oi humility— not the phony quality—is able to appraise all things in. truer perspective, and when audacity is required the modest man turns daring. The lamb, as it wene, is transformed into a lion. Anyway, things like that happen in those movie cartoons. You eat a little spinach and lo and behold, you are a different person. I suspect that this type of movie cartoon is popular because we vaguely suspect that we, too, have this power of self-transformation. Was not the basic thought in the giving of the Law which we commemorate on Shabuoth this very idea that man can mould himself anew? Science shows us that the world can be made anew, that almost any kind of transformation in the physical world is possible. Yet it is commonly thought that mentally and spiritually we are immobile, unalterable. That which is the livest thing in us—our psyche—is regarded actually as the deadest, for only the dead cannot change. The Torah given on Mt. Sinai was a challenge to this idea. It said, not only may we, but we must change. That is the essence of all good religion. Shabuoth not only marks the giving of the Law but it is also an agricultural festival, a harvest festival. We read the Book of Ruth on this holiday, because this book of the Bible seems to mirror the ancient Jewish husbandry as no other. Ruth gleaning the ears of wheat and barley —that was possible in ancient Israel. It wouldn't be possible in any of the modem countries, which are supposedly more civiltook no chances in doing so, for the Torah given on Sinai commanded the Jew to leave corners of his field unharvested, so that anyone in need might come and help himself. The Book of Ruth is also a kind of treatise in inter-cultural or interracial relations. Ruth herself was not a Jewess, but was welcomed nonetheless. Ruth is just a fine girl, and fine people do not find dogmas or race any obstacles to friendship. Hollywood News HOLLYWOOD — The motion picture audience of today has "drastically changed" and Hollywood producers face an "almost impossible assignment to appeal to all" film producer David O. Selzr.ick confided to me recently. Selznick, maker of such great motion pictures as "Gone With the Wind," "Since You Went Away," "Duel in the Sun" and "Portrait of Jennie," declared that producers must reach out for the widest possible audience to survive economically. Pictures are thus aimed at a common denominator, but sometimes reach for the lowest denominator, he said. "Hollywood has yet to find a way to satisfy today's audience" and "the economics of the business have gone very sour" with producers "struggling desperately to make ends meet." Selznick questioned the qualifications of critics who approach films as an art form. He also expressed doubt concerning the "extent of reader interest in reviews of movies as an art form." Irwin Dambrot has been elected co-captain of City's basketball team for next year while Joel Kaufman has received the same honor at N.Y.U. (Continued from Page 1) singled out for praise was his role in the upsurge in the Zionist movement in this country since the beginning of the war and his Jordan Valley Authority plan for the development of hydroelectric power and irrigation in Israel. In his speech of acceptance of the presidency of the organization, Mr. Frisch placed special emphasis on the United Jewish Appeal, declaring that the "heroic, willing self-sacrificing Yishuv" will not be in a position to continue its open-door policy, "unless we provide the means." The time has passed "when we could afford to indulge in mere sympathetic lip service or contributions to general funds, however important. This is the hour of deeds and more deeds, and we shall accomplish them not in anonymity, but in our own name, in the name of the Z.O.A., as well," Mr. Frisch stated. He announced that the organization would establish in Israel a Z.O.A. House to serve both as headquarters of activities stemming from the movement in America, and as a hospice and guide for American Jews coming to Israel as visitors or as permanent residents. Other officials elected included Rudolph G. Sonneborn, chairman of the National Administrative Council and Mortimer May, chairman of the National Executive Committee. The election of a coalition leadership once again brought peace to the organization, which had been split between administration supporters and members of the Committee for Progressive Zionism. The dissolution of the Committee for Progressive Zionism, an opposition group within the Z.O.A., was announced last night at the convention. Rudolph G. Sonneborn, newly-elected chairman of the National Administrative Council and a leader of the C.P.Z., who made the announcement, declared that the settlement of differences between the two factions was a "happy augury for the entire Zionist movement in the United States." He added that the new unity would bring "new blood and new strength into the ranks of the ZOA. and enable us to move forward resolutely to the aid of Israel." Jewish Quiz Box Q.: Is it necessary to hare procession at a Jewish wedding? (A. F., Boston.) A.: Technically, there is no law requiring a procession. Sources on Jewish customs cite the need for attendants and the custom for these attendants to lead the couple to the canopy. The matter of attendants is indeed a helpful and a social one. The Talmud states that the Lord himself provided attendants for the wedding of Adam and Eve. Some sources claim that HE attended them. The communal ideal in Jewish life is stressed by the presence of attendants. It is possible, however, to have a Jewish wedding without a procession and without attendants, and still meet the necessary requirements. • • • Q.: Why is it customary for the groom to come first to the Canopy in the course of the procession? (T. T„ Baltimore.) A.: Jewish marriages are lashioned after the procedure of tne revelation at Mount Sinai ai which God and the Jewish peopn were wed. God is mentioned as the groom and Israel as the briae. God came first and then tne Bible says: "And Moses brough forth the people out of the camp to meet the Lord" (Exodus 19.WJThe rabbis in the Midrash, commenting on this, say that w came from Sinai to welcome Israel, as a bridegroom steps forth to meet the bride." It thus has remained a custom, even to tn day, for the groom to go to n canopy first and then as the DW approaches, to go forth to mee her. Indeed it is better for the groom to wait for the bride than for the bride to await the groom. even in our modern social cus toms. 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yrSaFftw*?^^ r^pxm^j^ ^i&3^apeg&3&£*c "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Co pyright, 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, l nc .) „ IL ITARY SECRETS: ar y secrets concerning Pal, R now revealed by no person than Winston I f^hill in his second volume of Churchill mn Wgr „ just kSed by Houghton Mifflin 'C b X the title, "Their Finest Co. under tw ^.^ Q{ the dJf BL which he, as war-time ficulties "^ Minister, had with CoIf^f Secretary Lord Lloyd with SSi WSerring the British g from Palestine ... He ffelShow he wanted, to S the Jews in Palestine during SftSyear of the war, but met gh opposition on the part of S Lloyd whom he terms "a Sid anti-Zionist and proV V" Ho reproduces a letter Rnt''in June. 1940, to the Co[rJ5 cpcretary. the contents of Swhght.on the fight E was gomg on in the British J a cabinet with regard to the Palestine issue .. His letter "ds as follows: 'The failure of Z policy which you favor is oroved by the large numbers of sorelv-needed troops you have to keeo'in Palestine ... Six battalions of infantry; nine regiments of yeomanry:

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Ae Hirseh Meyer SppoHsTark 5 !" f w ith the pre-election FaCed a s to whether he'll run ^ %  y*? *^--tfi£p^:v-Jenlstncridr/ar) run back, < r "? m f f lie doesn't a l a n h"^andidates he will whI ch na Hirsch Me er fflSn o ?he wraps and enhas A Hirold Turk for re-elecEo SSS Beach city council. public indication First that T,,rk had the support of the yet Reach councilman and civic a t a South Beach %  le „l.Sa rallv in Turk's behalf PE a cr paid tribute to Turk rdrcs to the community as a founclman and a citizen. He cited ffi record of public service JS he came to Miami Beach '"president of the Miami Beach bvings a nd L an Association and former president of the Miami B Bar Association, Meyer led Turk's re-election. Also enthusiastically received ., t he South Beach meeting was Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, attorney, and past president of the Jew ,sh social Service Bureau. Mrs Meyers, who has been associated with Turk in the practice of law declared that the councilman without fan fare, has given freely in professional services to clients in all walks of life. •I cut short my trip to Israel so that I could return to Miami Beach in time to give any assistance that I could to Councilman Turk's campaign," Mrs. Meyers uid ... V .. A barbecue and open house reception honoring Councilman Harold Turk, candidate for reelection to Miami Beach city council, is scheduled for 8 p.m. Sunday at the Raleigh Hotel. The public is invited. Host for the event is Sam Rivkind, who predicted more than 1.000 person^ would enjoy the barbecue and an opportunity to hear Councilman Turk. 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Appointments have been made for conferences with the State Department and the Senate Military Affairs Committee. Delegates from all 48 states will present documentary proof of the industrial revival of Germany, the fact that former Nazi officials have been appointed to the new school and judiciary system and many factories which were designed to be destroyed are today producing industrial goods and armament. The 48 state delegations will ask the Senate to start an immediate investigation of the deNazification program in Germany. Thanks to a vast expansion program, there is now mush more BUDWEISER Order by the Carton Mrs. Rose Weiss was an enthusiastic speaker in behalf of William (Bill) Burbridge. dean of the Miami Beach council up for reelection, at a testimonial luncheon given the candidate this week by 350 friends and supporters. The luncheon toastmaster was Thomas O'Hagan DuPree, prominent Miami Beach business and civic leader. The luncheon was given Burbridgvj in tribute to his 17 years of constructive service on the council. It was held at the Raleigh Hotel. Emory Honors Miami Ml ml on Is Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary fraternity, at Emory University were Samuel Kardon, 814 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach; Benjamin D. Saffan, 17 NW. 30th St., and Fred Silverman, 1330 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. Kardon is majoring in chemistry, Saffan in psychology and Silverman is a premedical student. Chosen for membership in Alpha Epsilon Upsilon, lower division honorary leadership society, were Larry J. Rubin, 400 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, a journalism major, and Sidney E. Grossberg. 212 S.W. 20th Road, a pre-medical student. North Shore Lodges To Meet Monday Night A joint meeting of the North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith and tbe Women's Chapter will be held Monday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF Nrw iii-. reached youi column Int 0U( OH the Went CoBSl IIIMHII thl municipal election III Mi.urn llruih. From the Bound uixl fury irportod, onr would think that a i •!• % %  i. i<-i 11 of the country, K<>V I'inor, tMvo 'K'lialoiM, iiml two con i--.-iiiirii were IM-IIII: clortvd, in ntrml of JIIHI five city council mn. All JokliiK iwldo, it IN roiilly .1 VPIV hcaitiiy Indication of tha vitality of our demon idle uvMtcm and of the Interiminlcre-it winch thr i-lli/i-ir. of Mi. HIM Mem li lake ill thf liuulncmt of their t'lty K" v eminent One may Jeor IIIKI lunch ut no inui L excitement over n %  n*rr city election, hut II would he no laiiahlnK mutter If I In re were .ipnthv .nnl Indllloionrc Apathy and indifference, in Uen, have heen the cause of so much corruption in our political ncrni during the pniit; n COaTlip t|on which nve politic*" n had eonnotation anil caused the r\ loiw, suitahle Cltlren to ho.-a tale to offer himself for public office As a result, while hon.-.t men held themselves aloof front the political seem-, thf ttrallii., ciook.'.. and waul heeleis made hay I see a new tiend, howevci, amoni some of out yuunsjei men, •• %  •pocl.lllv thiv-e with a "drone social coniclouanaaa, who. K> X % %  so fieclx Of themselves to tInmany Worth while efforts In common itv hfe There seems to le among them, a growing awarenaas, pc. haps induced hy the last w.n when thev saw the mess that tie world had gotten Into through (tie na. lunations of the profes nlonal "political) Youni men like lliuurll ROth, the news el IOM' candidacy has lull reached mc, ale beginning ti> fe-l that it then duty to enter the political ai era. hot for .on pcisoiiMl m.< tive ol fame or j;ain The same compulatwi which nigcd Burnett Roth to Work so strenuously for the if\^\\\ of ins community, foi laraal, foi his fallow vovsrans lor all nwaaurea of social and rco nomic mipi.-vcmcnt has now caused him to sock political offtCC on the Miami Reach l*ttj Counci it was most uiratify ma to leorn that nw friend Rumctl Roth had antrrvd in* -....,foi the city council ol v...%  -. •. Beach Because Burnatl ha* labored so valnntl> foi the law privileged groups in Th %  •nllmanta sxpreated in tin. column reflect tha viawa of tha wrltar. Tha Jawiah Florldlan ha not andoriad any candidate for the Miami Beach City Council In tha forthcoming •Uctlort—Editor'* not*. the Reach reason to take pride in him as one of thcii elected rcproacntatlvea. Politic! is a ticklish business. Life long friendships have found •red on the roof of political ac tivity. In the case of Burnetl Roth, however, discretion and caution have no place ll h ha ai s,. K ; — th trewt .•: an Si v | • ;.-. ; | %  • hU ••• '•••' •'• N .*-• .-... v. •.-. the unh>"i .stwxt r ace a d km \>crs\n* i %  > c i \ v \ .'cw v '. BCCl .•' Bssen Construction Co. Tep Prica ftENS USED Paid for CLOTHING A I• S 4.5; N. MIAMI AVE Phona 1 3113 3 Miamians To Attend Social Workers Conclave Morns Klass. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami YM-YWHA; Leo Allen, duectoi of the Jewish Home for the Ancd. will attend the convention of the National Jewish Welfare Hoard and Social Workers to be held in Cleveland June 7 12 Now that hot lather is here, don't run the risk of running short... bu/^cwBALLANTINE Ibyv the case / %5^ P. BalUnfln* t Soot, Newark, N. J. Distributed by STATE BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS OF MIAMI, INC. SAM BLANK, Pies. Phone 88-3431 ^f-710 S W 12th AV MIAMI -1 LL 3-3431 A 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME L • Mawaaaa i'.i tikiiinvi a*raaiaii wx NAT G AN S s..t-,-.-. %  ta* k. *• C-a. aa* imwi m*0% r* art *> %  tim' a*a rr PVM wm *r j~v Lirt S$I."^*NC xtitoa m OfflOAiLY HFMSOTT TM aUJOttlTT Of NRIKID KIVINC MIAMI BESCK A MIAMI £xc/usjve/y Jewish MIRRORS rTNEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Top$ Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If lit Glass We Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 OR 5-4316 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ DARBY RATHMAN FOR CITY COUNCIL — IUNE 7th PULL LUCKY LEVER 13 (Paid Pi lltlcftl Mi I QmptA tmd ExpencJaHe cTifle &me M IAMI TITU 1 Qhtract Co.



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tewiislbJEIIiDiciidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Printed Erev Shavuoth "22—NUMBER 22 is Accept U.N. Partition Decision lasis For Lausanne Negotiations PRICE TEN CENTS 5ANNE. (JTA)—The four delegations attending the Isponsorcd Arab Jewish lalks here this week notii, UN Conciliation Comthat they would accept u N. General Assembly's u e partition plan as the br the negotiations. At the sme, they insisted on the jof Aiab refugees to IsIcupied areas of Palestine. 1 Arabs also submitted a andum outlining their inItior. of the Commission's ng paper" which was handbem May 12. They declared view of their acceptance partition frontier, they Merpreting the eight-point memorandum stated, to the Arabs who fled those areas assigned to a Palestine Arab state which have since been occupied by the Israeli Army. At a press conference following submission of the memorandum, an Arab spokesman estimated that the number of refugees who would be returned to their homes under this proposal would number about 300,000. However, later, in a private conversation. Mulki Pasha, Transjordan Defense Minister, estimated the number to be about 500,000. Mulki Pasha also declared that he had extreme difficulty in convincing the other Arab delegan which the Comtions to 8 along with this prosuhmitted to the Israelis P 0 "! and that if the Israelis did • not make some sort of a conciliatory reply he would leave Lausanne. He indicated that he would wait a week for the Israeli response. r Alin A<*lf Meanwhile, Dr. Walter Eytan UlOUPS ASK the Israeli delegation confirmed this week that there will be no change in Israeli policy at lying only to areas ceded [Jewish state by the U.N. n. It does not apply, the Ish Groups Ask iges in DP Bill YORK. (JTA)—Speaker louse Sam Rayburn and 1 Emanuel Celler of the judiciary Committee, were fcek urged by major naIrd local Jewish organizaHebrew Taught In 206 U. S. Colleges NEW YORK, (JTA)-A total of 206 institutions of higher learning in the United States are now offering courses in Hebrew, according to a survey made public today. Sixty-two of these institutions are colleges, 60 are universities and 84 are theological schools. The survey, conducted by Prof. Abraham I. Katsh of New York University's School of Education, established that Hebrew, both as a college entrance requirement and as a college course, is currently receiving greater acceptance than ever before in the nation's institutions of higher learning. The study made by Prof. Katsh was based on replies to questionnaires returned by 1,021 colleges and universities in 47 states, the District of Columbia, Hawaii and Alaska. Questionnaires were originally sent to 1,221 institutions of which 83.5 percent responded. Only 199 of the responding institutions would not accept Hebrew as an entrance requirement, Blueprint For Relationship With Israel Submitted To 52nd ZOA Convention NEW YORK. (JTA)—A blueprint for the relationship between the American Zionist movement and Israel as well as between Zionists and non-Zionists in the United States was submitted to the 52nd annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America. The blueprint prepared by a special commission headed by Federal Judge Simon H. Rifkind also contains important recommendations with regard to the functions Lausanne. He added that, on the but 496 colleges and universities contrary, he informed the Com-1 stated categorically that they mission that with the present Is-1 would accept Hebrew as meeting raeli immigration rate which exthe entrance language requireceeded 5,000 one day last week, iment. An additional 14 schools inthe prospect of any Arabs redicated that they would accept turning to Israel becomes dimmer the language as an entrance rebecome invalid as a result of the growth of the population within Israel and the reduction of the number of Jews in other countries," the report declares. "Representation at the Zionist Congress should therefore be on a uniform basis throughout the world." Emphasizing that the Zionists of America welcome the cooperation of non-Zionists in promoting the welfare of the people of Israel, the report suggests that of the Zionist movement in AmerAmerican Zionists promote the ica and elsewhere. The Rifkind report points out that '"Israel is a sovereign state" and that only the citizens of Israel owe it allegiance. "The establishment of Israel has in no way affected the citizenship of Jews of other lands," the report says. It recommends that consideration be given to the progressive conversion of the World Zionist Organization into a federation of territorial organizations. "Through the World Zionist Congress and the World Zionformation of a consultative body representing all Jewish groups interested in the welfare of Israel. At the same time, it questions the coordination of Zionist and non-Zionist efforts on an international level and suggests that the two groups should cooperate on a territorial level. Pointing out that the establishment of the state of Israel did not mark the fulfillment of the aims of Zionism, the report declares the present aims of the movement to be the safeguardist executive the required meas-1 ing of the integrity and indeas a settlement is delayed. In six make three specific months' time, Israel will probably in _the bill to amend the be unable to accept a single Arab if the present rate of Jewish immigration is maintained, he warned. ed Persona Act, recently out by the House Judiciimittee. equest was made in letters behalf of the American Committee, American .Congress, B'nai B'rith, %  Labor Committee, Jewish Iternns of the U. S., Union Irican Hebrew Congregapd 27 community councils ft\s of the country. Among nges urged by the Jewish fctior.s were: lination of any mortgagbtuiv quotas. At present 17 would charge DP visas |futu:y quotas up to 25 of such quotas during the years and up to 50 parking subsequent years; 2. i language of the so-called jltche provision, which alpercent of the regular quota "exclusively to af German ethnic origin" anged to remove the racfotations of the words ethnic origin." It is not to deprive the Volksif any relief, but to re3m the law a principle election which the Jewlizations call repugnant tterican tradition; 3. That fits of the act should not ded to any special group Jed in the act as comlisplaced persons. |4>rosMiian To Israel On ial Mission rossman, assistant to the rt information for the .Israel, left Wednesday V plane for a special it in Israel. She is exarrive in Tel Aviv toevening and will remain Bix weeks, frossman has served in fit capacity for the last a half and has served pant committee assign[ner work at the Israeli news editor of The pridian, Miss Grossman Jghter of Mr. and Mrs. [Grossman of this city. M^an is executive dime Miami YMHA. W Mrs. Grossman and ghter, Naomi, flew to %  to be present at the and to participate in veil reception tendered Hater by her associates York. quirement, but in individual cases only. Seventy-two schools reported they would accept Hebrew for entrance, but pointed out, however, that no such requests have yet been made. Beach Voters To Go To Polls Tuesday; Freeholders To Decide On Bond Issue Miami Beach voters will go to the polls next Tuesday, June 7 to select five from among a field of 22 candidates for the city council. High interest in the race has been maintained by the virtue of such a large field having the possibility of upsetting incumbents and strong contenders for the posts. Charges and counter charges are being hurled as the contest nears the finish and the last few days are expected to bring forth additional pyrotechnics. City Clerk C W. Tomlinson reported that approximately 18,200 registered voters are eligible to cast a ballot. The figure establishes a new record and tops the 16,066 voters eligible to participate in the 1947 election. The three candidates receiving the highest number of votes get the four-year terms, with the next two in the final count getting the shorter terms. An act passed by the current legislature establishes that allotment of terms. It is a reversal of the former system under which only two councilmen were named to four-year terms, and three settled down for two-year terms. Other advantages of the new arrangement, city hall officials explain, are that it will shorten the ballot in years to come and perhaps free the councilmen of interference from pressure groups. _, Property owners of Miami Beach will participate in a $1,481,000 bond issue election to be held in conjunction with tne city's general election. Absentee ballots for freeholders are available at City Hall through Saturday. Freeholders will be asked to vote on a $650,000 bond issue for storm sewer extension and a $831,000 bond issue to extend the city's White Way street lighting system. Because of the general election on the same day, paper ballots will be used for the bond issue the councilmanic race. Freeholders are the only persons eligible to participate in the bond issue questions. Names and the election machine levers of each candidate are: William Burbridge, 1; Al S. Cohn. 2; Aaron Courshon, 3; Herbert Frink, 4; Sam Gold, 5; Meyer "Mike Faust" Golub, 6; A. J. Kaplan, 7; Hylan Kout, 8; James H. Norton, 9; D. Lee Powell, 10; James B. Quinn, 11; Darby Rathman, 12; Fritz Rahn, 13; Melvin Richard, 14; Burnett Roth, 15; Louis Shafkin, 16; Robert Teaney, 17; Max Thurston, 18; Harold Turk, 19; Charles S. Wescourt, 20; A. Ernest Woolfe, 21; and Harry Zukernick, 22. ures of coordination among the territorial bodies and with Israel would be achieved," the report asserts. The document urges that within individual countries, the various wings of the Zionist movement be united into a single organization or federated, by agreements freely made among them, into territorial organizations whose internal ruling bodies and whose delegations to the Zionist Congress should be proportionate to the relative strength of the various wings of the Zionist movement in the country. "The reasons which justify conferring upon the Jews of Palestine representation at twice the ratio for Jews elsewhere have pendence of Israel "by means consistent with the laws of the several countries whereof Zioni-ts are nationals or inhabitants." To this end, the report continued, "the Zionist movement will render moral and material assistance to the people of Israel, will promote the speedy migration to Israel of Jews desirous of settling therein, will further their adequate preparation, economic absorption and cultural integration and will cooperate in lifting the standard of life in Israel." Such a relationship does not preclude, but on the contrary invites, cordial consulation, friendly cooperation and intelligent coordination with the authorities of Israel, the report emphasized. ZOA Elects Daniel Frisch President Demands Administrative Autonomy NEW YORK, (JTA) — The three-day 52nd annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America concluded here Tuesday night following the election of Daniel Frisch as president and the adoption of a resolution insisting upon the administrative autonomy of the American Zionist movement in its relationship with the Jewish Agency executive. The 2,000 delegates at the parley also adopted a resolution referring to the incoming adUrgent Plea For Uncollected Pledges In 1949 Appeal Made By Joseph Rose An urgent plea for all uncollected pledges in the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal was made this week by Joseph M. Rose, treasurer of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The money is needed, he said, to repay a loan from a Miami bank. "On March 18," Rose stated, "the Federation borrowed $200,000 for 90 days from the First National Bank of Miami and sent the money to the United Jewish Appeal which was in urgent need of cash to continue bringing our fellow Jews from Europe to Israel. "That loan is due on June 16, he continued, "and it must be reduced bv at least $100,000. This can be done only if the contributors pay their pldges in full. Making an all-out effort to bring in new pledges are the newly organized Gold Diggers of 1949, which met Tuesday morning at Federation headquarters under the chairmanship of Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mrs. Louis Glasser. .. Rabbi Leon Kronish addressed the group and presented slides ol cities which he observed there, he urged the women to do everything possible to alleviate the ministration for study the Rifkind report which recommends basic structural changes in the World Zionist Organization. The resolution on autonomy, which expressed approval of the resignations of Drs. Abba Hillel Silver and ^.inanuel Neumann from the Agency executive over the issue, stated "that it is in the interest of the World Zionist Movement and of Israel that the influence of the Zionist Organization of America in all fund-raising activities and institutions in the United States shall be preserved and its representation on the governing bodies of American Zionist funds shall be unimpared." It also demanded "that the administrative autonomy heretofore enjoyed by American Zionist bodies within" the framework of the World Zionist Movement and its constitutional provisions, shall be vigorously asrefugee problem which now exists in the young nation. Israel, he se rted and fully preserved and said, can not physically take care safeguarded in the future. SSL&ia SmnEE££& E* WSA D— • of the immigrant without the unstinting support of American Jewry. Following the rabbi's speech, cards of prospective givers who contributed to the 1948 campaign were distributed to the women. Present at the first meeting cvere: the Mesdames William Loeb, A. A. Hayden, Leonard Glickman, Gussie Packer, Annie Zubar. Irving Lehrman. Harold Kand, Mildred Rogers, Mew. Meisel, Irving Gerstenfeld, Alexander Robbins, Louis J. Krensky. Morris Alpert, Alexander Kogan, H. C Moser, Aaron Farr, Friedman, Benjamin Sherry, William Danziger, Henry Seitlin, Aose Pertes, F. Kalstein and Miss Lillian Goodman. First report meeting of tne group will be held Wednesday at Federation office. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, who has just returned from Israel and Europe, will be guest speaker. In referring the Rifkind report to the Administrative Council of the new administration, the convention said that since it contains "so many far-reaching recommendations" it requires further study and should therefore be widely circulated as "material for study and public discussion." A third political resolution expressed approval and "full confidence" in the leadership of the administration headed by Dr. Neumann, the outgoing president. The convention closed with a testimonial banquet for Dr. Neumann. Among the many Zionist leaders who paid tribute to the calibre of leadership provided by Dr. Neumann during his two years as head of the largest Zionist body in this country were Dr. Silver, Mr. Frisch and Aubrey S. Eban, Israeli delegate to the United Nations. Particularly (Continued on Page 4)



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nr^niNE 3, 1949 'Tersonally Speaking PAGE NINE the Mr and Mrs. Edward Rubin, 3288 Giiford Lane, announce £h of a daughter, Patricia^Alison. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Cootner, accompanied by their *-*i IAM* % %  rill Hriiro 4/*\ f^.n\ r\ c*t* w i 11 ^ flUMJ*^. %  .. ,ht pa Phi, honorary scholastic fraternities. He celebrated Ms ... .i i f t*—.. OC TT„„„ U.: i ,i — ana iu. %  % %  %  % %  %  —• — •• ->-^ U iu(jumea oy ineir j,inhter, Charlene, will drive to Gainesville Sunday to attend the g 011 'honors, was recently elected to Phi Beta Kappa and'p'hi tiler, w"7 ; ,, -—., „ ,,uu lu unena araduation of their son, Paul, from the University of Florida, who will receive his Bachelor of Science degree with Seteenth birthday May 25. Upon their return, the Cootners will JItend Charlene's graduation from Miami Senior High. ^ V ^ Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan left for New York yesterday to attend the wedding of their niece, Judith Rinzler, on Sunday at the Waldorf Astoria. Miss Rinzler is marrying the grandson of A Werman of Miami Beach. The Kaplans will return from Neff York on June 13. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers returned from her trip to Israel and Europe last weekend. Mrs. Meyers flew back with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner, who are summering in Connecticut. The Brenners will return to Miami in the fall. ^^ ^^ "^* Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Richardson of Miami Beach recently left for a trip to Israel. 1 Jack August of the El Mirasol Apartments is vacationing in the North and will be away for about four weeks. Mrs. Milly Wengrow, 1330 13th Terr., Miami Beach, is leaving for Kew Gardens, N. Y., to attend the silver wedding anniversary of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard G. Kranze. Mr. Kranze is an executive in the motion picture industry, and a brother of Ricardo Cortez, motion picture star. Mr. and Mrs. Kranze have two sons, Donny and Bany. Mrs. Wengrow leaves by plane and this is her first airplane trip. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman, 1410 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, will be hosts at a garden party at their home Sunday in gratitude for the recovery of their daughter, Adel Maxine, who has just returned from Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md., after four months of treatment. +c Charter members of the Shelborne Hotel's newly organized Honeymoon Club are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Loew, Suffern, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Love, Philadelphia, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan E. Meth, Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Reiter, Bronx, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Sachs, Bayonne, N. J. Members of the club have special tables in the dining room and the hotel club and special activities have been arranged for them. -* Mrs. Nathan Adelman recently returned to Miami after Biting family and friends in Baltimore, Md., and Roanoke, Va. Mrs. Lillian Richheimer, 1135 S.W. 6th St., was hostess to a group of friends at a party celebrating the first anniversary of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner. Pilams Honor Seniors Pi Lambda Phi fraternity at the University of Florida held its annual senior banquet recently at the U. of F. Campus Club. Principal speaker was Dean Joseph Weil who bade the graduates seniors farewell. Following his speech gifts were given to seniors and short speeches were made by each. .Seniors from the Miami area mcude: Charles Friend, Jordan ttel. Mnrty Greenwald, Marwin rm? u Edwa ""d Klein and Charles Courchon. Debate Title Awarded Miami Beach Student InElSf' of the grand national w? 11 been camKHSL 0B a door-to-door basis vote fl gl "? eac b freeholder to Beth David To Hold Pienie Sun. The annual Beth David Sunday School picnic will be held Sunday at Greynolds Park, according to an announcement by Mrs. Sam F. Leviten, chairman. Games, contests and outdoor sports are being arranged by Harry Rosen, Sam Leviten, Harvey Harmon and Milton Segal. Transportation will be provided to the picnic grounds for those who desire it. For transportation call Mrs. Moe Feingold at 3-8048. Serving on Mrs. Leviten's committee are the Mcsdames Irving Rosen, Nathan Davidow, George Goldberg, Milton Segal, Al Lasko and Moe Fei ngold. Beth David Sisterhood To Hold Installation Affair Beth David Sisterhood will hold its installation luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 15, at the Garden Restaurant, 2235 S.W. 8th St. Committee in charge of arrangements include Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Mrs. Harry Oliphant, co-chairmen, Mrs. JacK Rosenberg, Mrs. Edward Merlin and Mrs. Abraham Kasow, tickets. Reservations may be made bv calling Mrs. Sam Dickson at 2-6676, Mrs. Elix Hinkes at 3-5854 or Beth David office at 9-3469. All reservations must De in by Friday, June 10. Business Woman With Nursery School Child Offers FREE ROOM AND BOARD In Cool Beach Apartment To settled woman in exchange for sur'-vision of child after acliool—no housework CALL 58-7396 Editor To Speak To Heaeh Lodge Edward Grusd, editor of the National Jewish Monthly Magazine, will be guest speaker at the initiation of 77 new members into the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B nth Wednesday evening at 8:30 3t the Miami Beach Jewish Center 1701 Washington Ave., David K. Isen. president, has announced. To celebrate the induction of these new members, the organization will sponsor a dc Synagogue Unit Meet In Beach II ail as sail Tampa Draws Miamians Unit Holds Party Representing the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at the conference of the Florida Branch of the Women's League of the United Synagogue of America held in Tampa recently were the Mesdames Alfred Stone, Isadore Newman, Julius Seligman, Morris Wolf, Irving Lehrman and Benjamin B. Wolff. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, retiring president who was named honorary president, Sunday, June 12 at 9Dm n a?C ? re ? ided ?l a the meeting Mrs Delano Hotel. 1685 fjoffis Ave S, !" 8 Sa lsbUry f Tampa was in I Ave., charge of arrangements. Miami Beach. Shavuos Party The Ben Gurion Branch of the Efu nd a L nd thc Golda Meyerson Club of the Pioneer Women will jointly sponsor a Shavuos party tomorrow evening at Congregau n Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Simon April will be guest speaker and Cantor Berele Kelemer will sing appropriate songs. Refreshments will be served. Admission is 75 cents and proceeds are earmarked for the Jewish National Fund. Guest speakers at the meet were Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth David Congregation, Miami; Rabbi Henry B. Wernick, Rodolph Sholom Synagogue, Tampa; Rabbi Morris B. Chapman, B'nai Israel Congregation, St. Petersburg; Mrs. Samuel Glassman of Philadelphia, vice president and national field director of the Women's League. Next conclave will be held one week after Passover at a place to be announced. Stadlan Attends Meet Joshua Stadlan represented the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami, Aguthas Hamorim, at the convention of the National Association of Jewish Educators and the American Association of Jewish Education held in Atlantic City this week. Mr. Friedman, president of the organization, expressed the belief that Stadlan's report to the group on the conference will be of great help in "our efforts to improve the educational standards of Hebrew learning in our community." Freedom House Forum Mrs. Molka Reich and William L. Ross will read selections from the works of Dylan Thomas, young Welsh poet, and discuss his place in the realm of contemporary literature Sunday evening at 8:30 at the AVC Freedom House, 4323 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The Freedom House symphonic hour will be held in the patio behind the building Thursday at 8:45 p.m. under the direction of Louis Glass, who recently replaced Paul Siegel, noted young composer. North Shore Women's Group Names Officers Fifteen members of the North Shore Women's Chapter B'nai B'rith have been elected to serve on that group's board of directors for the coming year, Mrs. Mark Silverstein, president, has announced. The group includes: the Mesdames Sam Solloway, Clarence Samuel, Lewis Safft, Ada Josephs, Norman J. Russ, Sol T. Schwartz, Louis Steiger, Bernard Goldfinger, Mortimer Luchow, George S. Levenson, Dan Wolfson, Melvin Altman, Bernard Hoffman, Fred Sommerstein and David Levinson. The board was officially installed at ceremonies in the Saxony Hotel recently. The Miami Beach Business and Professional Division of Hadassah held a membership party Sunday afternoon, May 15, in the patio between the twin bungalows of Mrs. Celia Cook and Mrs. Beatrice Cypress. At this affair all members were given the opportunity to sign the parchment scroll which is to be mailed to President Chaim Weizmann in commemoration of the first birthday of Israel. Lillian Goodman, president of the group, served as mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Alexander Kogan, newly elected president of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah, extended greetings and Mrs. Jean Berman spoke on "The Establishment of the Hebrew University and Hadassah Medical Hospital on May 17." The local Habonim group presented Israeli songs and dances and refreshments were served. Alfred Oboler Y Athletic Program The Miami YM & YWHA athletic department will sponsor noage-limit team Softball, fumbleball and indoor baseball leagues to be conducted on Sunday mornings and Monday evenings. 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megxsaagm' BBYW To Hold District Convention At Ritz Plcaa Hotel June 11-14 \L Ritz Plaza Hotel will be evening on Sunday, a formal banc of a four-day conven-1 quet and installation of officers *• |C f!u Win! B'rith Young ? n w Monday evening and a bowlUon of th, T B !' f nLtrict No. i n tournamen t Tuesday afte +J€isl fkrMibr PAGE ELEVEN Women's Chapters of District No. fTpening with a reception and lZ on Saturday, June 11, at ffitm and closing w.th a swim Lnc on Tuesday evening, June Til has been announ & a Feldman general man of the annual announced by chairconclave, secretary of iy afternoon. Young women between the ages of 18 and 25 interested in joining the B'nai B'rith Young Adult Groups are asked to contact Charlotte Sandier at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, convention headquarters. "Miss Feldman is secretary of rtj ffnai B'rith Council of GreatMiami and a past president of gig chapter, BBYW of Miarm listing Miss Feldman with dements will be Bette Ann Sown! social chairman of the ffi Hirsh Landau Chapter and Charlotte Sandier, publicity ^roxi-S 100 delegates expected to attend business sessions, athletic events and the social program prepared by the SSntion committees. District No 5 of B'nai B nth includes the nistrict of Columbia area, and the states of Maryland, Georgia and Florida. Hostess B'nai B'rith groups of Greater Miami will include the Colman A. Zwitman Chapter of Miami Beach and the Sharet Chapter of Miami. Mrs. Beverly Becker, first vice president of the Women's District Grand Lodge No 5 will be a guest of honor and Michael Rand of Greensboro, N C, District 5 Youth Organizations director, will be a participant in the seminars. Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, youth advisor from Miami Beach, and other youth leaders of the area are expected to attend. David Rabinowitz of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, recently appointed youth chairman of the state of Florida, will also be present. Tentative program will include a community service seminar scheduled at the Ritz Plaza Hotel and a weiner roast party in the 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERrS Living Room Furniture and GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances Send Anti-Klan Ordinance to Fla. Cities, Frink Says Because of reports from Tallahassee that the legislature probably won't have an opportunity this session to act on a proposed Ku Klux Klan ban, Miami Beach City Councilman Herb Frink has directed that copies of Miami Beach's city ordinance against hooded organizations be mailed to other Florida municipalities. Frink, former mayor and a candidate for re-election, strongly supported and moved for the council's recent adoption of the Miami Beach law against the wearing of masks, burning of crosses and other Klan activities. The ordinance has been highly endorsed by all patriotic groups of the area. Penalties upon conviction of violating the ordinance may be a fine not to exceed $1,000 or imprisonment not to exceed 90 days, or both fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the court. Frink pointed out that the ordinance exempts the wearing of masks by children under the age of 17 years, "So that the children may continue to enjoy the pleasures of masking and dressing up in fanciful costumes during Halloween or other holidays. Circus and other show performers also are exempt from the provisions of the ordinance. '•The United States Department of Justice has declared the Ku Klux Klan to be a subversive organization," Frink iurther explained. "It is un-American in the conception and execution ot its acts violating our sacred Bill of Rights. It has no place in our American way of life and I stand four square unalterably opposed to it or any other group, the members of which hide their identity behind masks and violate all our concepts of tolerance and fair play." Frink cited one clause of the ordinance to state: "No person or persons shall in this city while wearing any mask or device whereby any portion of the face is so hidden or covered as to conceal deliberately the identity ol the wearer, enter upon or be or appear upon any public or private property within the city The second clause, the councilman said, reads in part "No person or persons shall, while wearing a mask or device whereby any portion of the face is so hidden or covered as to conceal deliberately the identity of the wearer, demand entrance OT admission or enter or come upon into the premises, enclosu Beth Sholom To Hold Confirmation Tonight at 7:45 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom will hold its Shavuos service and confirmation exercises, according to an announcement by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the congregation. The confirmation class will present a cantata on the theme, "Israel Reborn," written and arranged by Rabbi Kronish. The traditional liturgy, songs of Zion, and the confirmands' recitations have all been integrated into Zukerniek Favors Beach County Since entering the practice of law in Miami Beach 14 years ago, Harry Zukerniek has been active in all constructive civic affairs. He is one of the first ten attorneys to establish offices in Miami Beach and has been admitted to practice before the U. S. Supreme Court. Born in New York in 1905, Zukerniek married the former Susan Brower and, with their son, Michael, a law student in the University of Miami, they reside in their own home at 3134 Sheridan Ave. Zukerniek is the only man to around entertainment program, and more parks, playgrounds and beaches. '" £. ne i have the distinction of having ,w?, 0Slte cs "ata service. The| been president of the Civic Leafr ,hi aVe been P_ re P? red I gue of Miami Beach, the Miami or the musical selections by Can| each B'nai B'rith lodge and the tor Samuel Kelemer, assisted by — Hy Fried, at the organ. Certificates of confirmation will be presented to the following confirmands by Shepard Broad, president of the congregation: A • %  > n rixn^j /~n^_-.i r%: t_i *-*. Miami Beach YM & WHA. In addition, he is a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Jewish Community Center, Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach Zionist disH.m Cm ui me congregation: trict, Greater Miami Jewish FedAnn Broad, Carol Ciralsky, Char-1 eration. Conference of Christians lotte Glyck, Gilda Goldstein, Barand Jews and tne Anti-Defamabara Hillman, Allan Levey, Barbara Levinson, Barbara Pallot, Sylvia Perlman, Helene Rosenthai, Barbara Rothman, Diane Silverman, Gloria Silverman, Suzanne Stahl, Geraldine Taran, Carol Wien and Diane Woolfe. ments"'and"taxes, expansion of Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of seW er and lighting systems, conAUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 tion League. Chief plank of Zukernick's platform in his race for city council is establishment of a separate Miami Beach county. He also favors equalization of assessivus. L.eon j. an, cnairman oi sewer and lighting systems, conth e school board, will present the' struction of an adequate stadium confirmands and Mrs. Alexander for athletic events, widening of Robbins, president of Sisterhood, north-south thoroughfares and will present an inscribed white construction of more bridges to Bible to each of them. Parents of confirmands will hold a reception in the Temple banquet hall, immediately after the confirmation service on Friday evening, and Saturday evening, the congregation will tender a party and dance for them and their friends. eliminate traffic bottleneceks, expansion of the public library system, with branches in populous areas; summer band concerts in city parks, as part of a yearFormer Police Chief Enters Beach Race Robert T. Teaney, former chief of police at Miami Beach, is a I candidate in the forthcoming council race. A Miamian since 1925, Mr. Teaney is married and has one child. He is a veteran of both World Wars and a member of the Masons, Elks, American Legion, Forty-and-Eight. Mr. Teaney attended Milliken University, Decatur. 111., Gem City Business College, Quincy, 111. and the University of Miami. FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way or person in this or house of any "section three, Frink explained prohibits cross burning. This clause reads: "No person oi persons shall cause to be burned or erected any cross either upon any other person's property or in pubUc or make any similar %  d emonstrations or Place any m>larex hihits uDon the private piopenj sion to do so.' Yiddish Theatre On the Air WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. 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PAGE SIXTEEN U-M Graduation Slated For Monday Opening senior activities at the University of Miami tonight will be the reception and dance for seniors and their guests at the Student club from 8:30 to 12. Other commencement events announced by Sidney B. Maynard, chairman of the committee on commencement arrangements, are the baccalaureate services Sunday at the University Baptist church at 9:30 a.m.; the commencement concert by the Symphony orchestra with six advanced music students as soloists Sunday afternoon at 4:30 at the Miami Senior High school audi torium, and the commencement exercises Monday at 10:30 a.m. in the Dinner Key auditorium. The concert is open to the public. Ralph McGill, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, will give the commencement address Monday, speaking on "The One Freedom." He will be awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree by the university. The invocation will be given by the Rev. John Messer of the Coral Gables Christian church; the benediction will be pronounced by the Rev. Bruce Cumming of the South Miami Presbyterian church; and music will be provided by the band, directed by Fred McCall, and the chorale, conducted by William J. Lee. The baccalaureate sermon. "Incentives for Creative Living," will be delivered by the Rev. Ladislau Biro, pastor of the University Baptist church, and Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, university president, will read the scriptures. North Dade Residents Discuss Center Plans A group of residents of the northern part of the Greater Miami area met last night at the North Miami Town Hall, 776 N.E. 125th St. to discuss plans for the formation of a Jewish center to serve Jewish families living there. Temporary officers of the group are Leonard Kimball and Joseph Keller and Joseph RosenthaL secretaries. The proposed center would serve residents of Miami Shores, West Miami Shores, Biscayne Park, North Miami and North Miami Beach. Tentative name for the congregation is the North Dade Jewish Center. Clerks I nion OR* Roni For I omiiil "I prefer to stand on my own capabilities rather than on the competing candidates' incapabilities," said Hylan "Hy" Kout. candidate for city council of Miami Beach, "and I .*hall continue to base my campaign on that premise." Kout. candidate, has been endorsed unanimously by the Retail Clerks International Association (affiliated with the American Federation of Labor). In a letter dated May 27, International Representative Clarence R. Finnell wrote: "The Retail Clerks Local Union No. 1537 takes pleasure in endorsing your candidacy for the office of city councilman of Miami Beach. Fla. Please be assured that we shall do all we can and assist you in every way possible to be elected to this office." Kout has asked the city council of Miami Beach to consider the advisability of putting the employees of the city on Civil Service. This is in keeping with his policy, of constructive suggestions offered to city administration officials. 'Miami ar.d Miami Beach must grow up together," he added, "and only closer cooperation between the city council of Miami Beach and the city commission of Miami can bring us to lull stature." Zionists Protest Raid On Outing An all-day outing sponsored by the Miami Zionist District in celebration of the first birthday of the State of Israel Sunday came into the news this week as the result of a raid by a representative from the state beverage department and a deputy sheriff searching for slot machines. The law enforcement officials said that they found no evidence of gambling. The raid placed a damper on festivies at the club, and the party broke up shortly after the officials visit. The Zionist group has filed a formal protest against the actions of the beverage department. Shavuos Evening Slated Bialik Branch No. 290 of the Farband and Pioneer Women's Club No. Two of Miami Beach will jointly sponsor an old fashioned Shavuos evening Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y auditorium. Participating on the program will be Chanah Grossberg and Rose Herns, who will be accompanied at the piano by Anyuta Melicov. Guest speakers will be announced later. Refreshments will be served. Contribution is one dollar. +jelsthcrktofi Frink, Jr., Berg Room Mates At Riverside In order to promote better inter-group relations, Herbert Frink, Beach council candidate, requested | that his son, Herbert, Jr., who ill now attending j the Riverside! Military Aca-j demy at Gainesville, Ga., room] with a Jewish J and a Catholic boy. Pictured are | Room Mates Gilbert Berg (left), son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Berg of Miami Beach, and yo ung Frink LEGALNOTICE Rathman To Speak To Civi.c Professional Clubs Darby Rathman, candidate for city council, announced that for the remaining period of the race ho will devote his efforts to public speaking and making appearances at professional clubs and civic organizations. Rathman has appeared before more than 50 groups since announcing over two weeks ago, and employs the issue of better government and balanced economy for the area. Rathman is a student of Philisophy. Economics, Commerce and Journalism, and at the present time is engaged as a writer for national magazines and newspapers. ORDER OF PUBL CATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH 11th JUDICIAL CIKCIIT IN AND PUR DADE COUNTY, FUMUDA.1N CHANCERY, No. 12.-ln7. JENNIE RUBENFEU5. IMalntiff vs. ABRAHAM RUBBNFEUJ, I'efendIHE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ABRAHAM RUBKNFELD U8-I6 &9th Avenue Care •>( Emil I-adimer Jamaica, Long Inland New York • _•__ _, You are hereby notified and ordered to file vour appearance to I'laintlff's Bill of "Complaint for Divorce In the above-styled cause on or before the 1st day of July. 14, otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 1 day of June, 1SHS. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By If. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for IMalntiff 1703 Congress Building 6-3-10-17-24 Having dissolved partnership on May 9th, 1949, the owners of Lottie Brooks Dress Shop, 863 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, will not be responsible for any debts incurred by other than themselves since the date of the dissolution of partnership. LOTTIE SI ROTA MAX S1ROTA 6/3-10-17-24 Registration For Adult Summer Courses Opens Regular and adult division registration in the first summer session at the School of Law, University of Miami, started on May 23 and continues through today. Classes are scheduled to get underway on Monday. Other courses in the Division of Adult Education at the university will be open for registration Saturday, June 11, 8:30 p.m., and June 13 and 14, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Classes begin on June 15. Faust Outlines Platform A resident of Dade county for 33 years, Mike Faust, has lived in Miami Beach for the past 27 years, he stated in discussing his candidacy as Beach council. His platform includes low cost housing for city employees; creation of a health and sanitation department; two police sub-stations —at 41st and 71st Sts.; improvement of the street lighting system; increase in fire stations and children's playgrounds, and an increase in the pension payments for city employees on an 80-20 basis instead of a 50-50 proposition as at present; creation of a plan whereby councilmen would be elected from districts; abolition of parking meters and issuance of a $1 yearly parking sticker, and a better sewage system. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUSAN'S DRESS SHOP at 427 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HATT1E ALENIER 6.3-10-17-24 7/1 GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot LOl'IS HAFTELS WOMEN'S DRESS SHOP at 1035 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS HAFTEL HELENE HAFTEL JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for applicants 6/3-10-17-24 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No 125067. MITCHELL FRIES, Plaintiff, VB. ROSE FRIES, Defendant. TO: ROSE FRIES 95 Blake Road Brookllne. Massachusetts YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to file your appearance to the Bill of Complaint for divorce filed against you by MITCHELL FRIES, on or before the 2oth day of June, 1949. otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 26 day of May, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal> By M. C. FEIGE. _____ Deputy Clerk TURK & NEWMAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road 5/27 6/3-10-17 Wanted Information is being sought of Mark Wm. Postman, on behalf of his wife, Esther and son Monroe, who have not had any contact with nim since April 1948, when he left their home in New York. Mrs. Postman is most anxious to establish contact with Mr. Postman to ascertain his future intentions towards her. Mr. Postman was born in New York City in 1896, is 5 ft. 5 in. tall, weighs about 135 pounds, has black hair, somewhat bald, and green eyes, FRIDAY. 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PAGE TWENTY +Jewish Meridian FRIDAY, JUNE 3, Beach Mizrachi Women Install The Miami Beach Chapter of Mizrachi Women held installation of officers recently. The ceremony was opened by the presentation of colors by the Boy Scout Troop of Congregation Beth Jacob, followed by the pledge of allegiance and the singing of the national anthem. Regional Mizrachi Director Mrs. Ida Karger installed the officers, who include: Mrs. Sarah Hochman. president; >'-s. Pauline Grundwerg, first vice president: Mis. Pauline Chili, sei >nd vice president; Mrs. G<>lda Sir. third vice president; Mrs. Robe*, i Silverstein. fourth vice president; Miss Gertrude Gurlaid, secretary: Mrs. Clara Brett, u! / recording secretary; Mrs. I -;enia Lilienfeld. treasurer: M Louis West Miami Center Board Member Dies Sam Gordon, a member of the board of directors of the West Miami Jewish Center, died Tuesday, March 17. Mr. Gordon, who resided at 6256 S.W. 14th St.. was very active in the center and had been a community leader in Flushing. N. Y., his former home. Feder. financial secretary. Chairmen of committees are Mrs. Louis Lustig. JNF; Mrs. Rebecca Katz, membership: Mrs. Rose Wexler. hospitality: Mrs. Ida Friedman, refreshments. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff addressed the gathering and Robert Brenner recited a poem on Mizrachi. Cantor Maurice Marrches sang a prayer in honor of Rabbi Meir Berlin. Isaac Levin I 'nil To Seat Leaders Marx Faber, vice president of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council, will act as master of ceremonies at the installation of officers of the Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Thursday, June 9, at Harvie's Restaurant, 1751 Biscayne Blvd. Donald Eanett will be installed as president and Burton Young and Morton Perry will be seated as first and second vice presidents. Others to take office are: Albert J. Beer, treasurer; Martin L. Rosen, secretary; Richard Gerstein, chaplain: Robert Newman, guardian; Harold Lieber, warden; Isaac Levin, Robert Levin and Dr. Maurice Serota, trustees. Isaac Levin, pioneer Miami resident and past president of District Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith, will be guest of honor. Winter Resident Dies Alvin Greif, 62, winter resident of Miami Beach for many years, died last week in New York. Funeral services were held in Baltimore Friday. Greif, who owned a home at 4411 Pinetree Dr ww He is survived by hk ,..-, Nancy; a son. Alvin, j r ff' York; a daughter, Mrs M ar „ New Palbaum of Bait more rgaret SEITLIN & COMPANy INSURANCE ALL FORMS 19 N.E. Second Street Miami 32, Flo. Phone* 9-3836 — 9.3837 APPROVED BY THE BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUTH RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR APPROVED BY THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, DIRECTOR BRINGS TO MIAMI The Deliriously Famous COMPLETE LINE of KOSHER DELICATESSEN EXCLUSIVELY DISTRIBUTED IN MIAMI BY... FAMOUS KOSHER SMOKED MEATS • PHONES 3-0021 AND 2-6141-2 U. S. Inspection No. 544 COMPLETE LINE OF KOSHER DELICATESSEN Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision SOUTHERN FOOD DISTRIBUTORS Inc 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami, Florida Distributors of Nationally Known Quality Food Products Listen to the Jewish Musical Hour-WTTT-Sunday momma from 10 to 11-1490 on your Dial-Jacob Schachter. Director mammo^ammm %  ^.^.^JSSlt. 2SSftS


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fry WNE X J^ m ^kwisllkridiar PAGE THIRTEEN ^pH srael To jfirm Students went y-one members of the „le Israel Sunday School will ^firmed at exercises this JZ at 7:30 at the Temple. Thane for this year's confirma• n is "The History of the Jews ,he United States," and ad" on this subject will be Lered bv Confirmands Charles Sard Spiintz, Barbara May Jl Mary Lou Nelson, Pauline E'e Oppenheim, David ZimL, Donald Stuart Rosenberg, fcark Emanuel Williamson, MarLandau Garden, Donald Inn ~~~ JEWS IN SPORTS XXIV Lou Eisenstein is probably the busiest hoop official in the east. His season is not over and already he has traveled 90.000 miles to work ball games. In all that time he has been in perfect shape with only two colds to hamper him during the long season. After a rest of a few months Lou goes back to work in the Borscht Circuit, handling all the tough inter mountain resort games. Dick Elkind. promising voung catcher from City College, has decided to forego his last year of college competition to sign a Rose, Earle Vincent j bonus contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Dick batted .348 with the Beavers last spring. %  Spencer n~-. —--Itibs, Geo r 8 e H So ule Bernard IJiuw Beskind. Robert Thomas iBisi, Sally Elaine Harelik, Den-1 I 0ther P confirmands who will Inarticipate in the program are: I Wilton Allen Drucker, invocation I aid opening service; Daniel Louis I Ross service ritual and confirmation'prayer; Nancy Dale Wise, I responsive reading and closing | Dr ayerMuriel Sandra Sedon ofIfering of the flowers; Barbara Diane Schwartz, symbol of the flowers; Marshall Alan Pepper, blessings and portion. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will offer the confirmation address Lad VOW. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of the Temple, will give the confirmation blessing Confirmands will be presented by Max Meisel, chairman of the school board, and confirmation certificates will be conferred by Jules Pearlman, retiring president of the congregation. Mrs. Isaac Levin, retiring president of the Sisterhood, will present bibles. Gifts from the Men's Club, Couples Ltd. and the Youth Group I will be presented by Henry E. Wolff, Myron S. Zeientz and Dana Potamkin, respective heads of the organizations. ———aa^n Why must the Jewish sport folk take their affairs to Shor's or Leone's when such sport lovers in the restaurant field as Lou Siegel and Phil Gluckstern have excellent eateries, capable of handling affairs of this nature. Many who were invited to the Holman affair protested against the site of the dinner to this corner. Tell it to the judge, folks. Frank L. Weil, president of the Jewish Welfare Board, has announced that Charles Ornstein of New York, a member of the executive committee of the AAU and of the U.S. Olympic Committee, has been named chairman of the newly created National Temple Israel Women Will Hold Card Party The Sisterhood of Temple Israel will sponsor a card party for the benefit of the "House of Living Judaism," a project of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Kaplan Hall. Members are requested to bring their HLJ banks with at least five dollars in them. A prize will be awarded to the contributor of the largest gift. Coach Sol Mishkin of the Citv Committee on Physical Education and Health. Col. Harry D. Henshel, also active in AAU affairs, has been named vice chairman Elkind has the savy and fielding of the new JWB committee. nine feels that the boy is making a mistake not finishing his college career. Observers feel that ability to make the grade but doubt that he can hit with the vigor expected of top notch maskmen. Hilty Shapiro, star of the City hoop squad, is belting the ball at a rapid clip and is another who looms as potential big league baseball material. Hilty plays the outfield but is adept at second and shortstop. • • • Nat Holman will lecture on basketball for the Arabs during his current visit to Israel. As a good will gesture the famous hoop mentor is giving clinics for the former enemy. Prior to departing for Israel Holman was accorded a dinner by the Israel Committee Sports, headed by Judge Samuel Leibowitz. The dinner was held at the restaurant of Toots Shor. We hold no brief against meetings in Shor's but it seems to us that a send-off of this nature could very well have been held in one of our higher class Jewish restaurants in New York City. The National Committee on Physical Education and Health which is the national association of Jewish Community Centers and YM-YWHA's, is planning to help its affiliated Centers and Ys throughout the country improve their existing health and physical education programs and to make such activities a more integral part of the over-all program, Mr. Ornstein explained. The new committee will be the instrumentality through which JWB will strengthen and further implement its existing relationships with the AAU, the U.S. Olympic Committee and other amateur sports bodies. JWB is the only national C. G. Congregation To Meet Monday The First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will hold its first meeting at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, on Monday, June 6, at 8 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be principal speaker. Officers who will be installed at the meeting are: Lee Platt, president; Abe Maloff, vice president; Edward Weich, secretary; Ben Friedman, treasurer; Paul Zerler, financial secretary. Refreshments will be served under the supervision of the newly organized Sisterhood. Membership in the Sisterhood is open to any woman living in the Coral Gables or South West area and applications are now being accepted. Center To Meet June 8 B. Roth Speaks At Masada Installation "The Contributions of the American Youth to the Fight in Israel" was the subject of an address by Burnett Roth at the installation of the Miami Beach Masada, second largest Masada group in the nation with a membership of 170, Sunday evening at the Clover Club. Roth said that over 50 young people from this community— Jewish and Gentile—were sent to Palestine during the troubled era. This information, he said, could not be divulged until Col. Cox who served in the Israeli who served in the Israeli army, army, broke the news over the Barry Gray program May 26. Stressing the importance of continued support to the new nation, Roth stated that it is up to the people of America—and particularly the youth—to make Israel the free strong nation for which the Jews of the world have prayed for centuries. Rabbi David Raab installed the officers, who include: Gil Rappaport, president; Fred Rosen, chairman of the board of directors; James David Liebman, vice president: Ted Nelson, financial secretary; Abe Hirschbein, treasurer; Lee Sunshine, recording secretary; Bernice Dogoloff, corresponding secretary; and a board of directors consisting of eight members. Dr. E. J. Edelman was co-ordinator for the evening. Ed Oka headed the committee in charge of arrangements. A meeting of the Hialeah-MiJewish agency affiliated with the ami Springs Jewish Community on AAU and U.S. Olympic Associa-1 Center will be held Wednesday tion. at 7:30 p.m. at the Hialeah City The JWB looks for the day in the very near future when the organization will sponsor a nationwide basketball tournament. Plans are also being readied for a JWB Track Meet, similar to the K of C games, held annually in Madison Square Garden. Hall. Abe Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be guest of the evening. Plans will be completed for an organizational outing to be held Sunday, June 12, at Crandon Park. Obituary HERMAN Z1SSEN Age 76, "V 1560 Royal Palm Avo., Miami Beach, passed away last week. UP is survived by his wife. Esther; four sous, Ix>u ami Charles Of Miami Beach and Morrla and Joe of Dayton, Ohio; five daughters, Mrs. Jack Fink. Mrs. Edward Phillips, Dayton, Ohio, Mrs Al Berk, Ft. Wayne, Incl.. Mrs Arthur U-rmr and Mrs. ha n ford Faunce, Miami Beach; a brother. Sam San Diego, Cal. Services were held at Riverside Memorial Chapel in Miami Beach. Remains were sent to Dayton for interment. Actions Speak Louder Than Words! to* h^" SjWll JEWISH WELFARE BOARD <£P rtif tralf of fcrruirr im< program o* **• Armed For CM FACf t(* FACTS ^ 6**4L / 7 PULL LEVER 16 / >S x* YOU'RE INVITED TO ATTEND VOTERS' RALLY AT FLAMINGO PARK 8:00 P. M.-SUNDAY. JUNE 5TH Elect Louis Shafkin for Your City Council I— l < CH fc.W**"*' A



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Local Pioneer Membership Exceeds 600 Mrs. Kaplan, Council President Relates *Js"bhfkrhbf) Mrs Rosemary Gerson Kaplan Jently re-elected president of SCn' appointed one of the delegates from this area to the biennial convensri?b!! n heid' rl Tune ill to June 15. ,r Mrs Kaplan, who has been inducting a vigorous campaign Scquain. the people of Greater Miami particularly— and the publ?c ia in' g P eneral-with the^wor^of vigorous campaign **SS the people of Create riami particularly—and the pub Ml3 in general-with the work o •he Pioneer Women, spoke at the meeting of the Conference of Swish Women's Organizations of Dade County on this subject re"SScribing the activities of the organization in Greater Miami, £ Kaplan reported that four Pinneer Women's clubs in the JJa-Clubs No. One and Two of Miami Beach and Golda Meyercon and Kadimah of Miamihave a combined membership of over 600. "Our counterpart in Israel is the Moatzat Hapoalot, the Women's Division," Mrs. Kaplan said, •which numbers 80,000 members and comprises 48 per cent of the Histadrut, the great Federation of Labor. The Moatzat Hapoalot is ihe story of true emancipation of women. ••The Council of Working Women came into being 40 years ago when the first Halutzim, the Russian Jewish women of culture and education, with the highest ideals of true Zionism, set forth for Zion to live and rebuild the land. They were, for the most part, teachers, doctors, lawyer* and scientists, and when they arrived in Palestine, they assumed their places upon an equal basis with the men. A group of idealists with a plan—a plan based upon fact and the realization that if Zion was to be reclaimed in its truest sense, it could be done only on a cooperative basis." The Pioneer Women was organized in America in 1925. Mrs. Kaplan stated, when a group of colonists of Jerusalem needed $500 to dig a well. "Rachel Yanait, one of the colonists and today a famous woman's leader in Israel, wrote to a friend in the United States for a loan. This appeal found its way into the Yiddish newspapers and $1,000 was raised. Touched by this letter. seven women met in New York to discuss ways and means to assist Palestine. This was the nucleus of Pioneer Women." As the Pioneer Women grew, Mrs. Kaplan reported, the funds raised by the group helped the Moatzat Hapoalot develop agricultural training farms and establish vocational training schools where sewing, weaving, bookbinding, leather work, etc., were taught. "In Degania," the council president said, "Chavera Barratz. one of the founders of the Moatzat. discovered the method of interbreeding the Arabic cow and the New Jersey Holstein and developed a specimen which produces an unbelievable amount of milk. "A very important contribution The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH (OUGHT -00 { VI P-ttC '..'.; m '&&'* >gg> TOM gHM>fORCi*tt" >igtirm Wi •*< "*• ERNIE WOOLFE FOR CITY COUNCIL Qualified by 25 years of unselfish civic service (PnM PoMtll .\o ind St. Pttmbun THE CARLSBAD Of fLORIDA *0 • 20-Ac re Pstadist on beautiful old Tampa Bay • A Luxurious Hotel • Coif Swimming in mineral water pool • Archery luffleboard Fishing • Other Recreational Facilities Mineral Balh Massages • Steam 8c Cabinet Baths • Physiotherapy Treatments • Compatible Diets America i Olileit Spa — Legendary Fountain of Youth Safety ll.tri.or SM represents a unlqut achievement In Resort History—a perfect combination of Retort and Ilea th Center thai Is built around the world famous waters of Santo SiTincs Salem H Baranoff, Director Call Clearw Mrs. Rosemary Kaplan made by Moatzat Hapoalot," Mrs. Kaplan continued, "is the network of kindergartens, nurseries and supervised playgrounds where the children receive the most progressive modern education and are embued with the true spirit of Halutziut while their parents are engaged in work for the betterment and development of the country." Agreeing with the late Usshishkin. who said, "A people can have only as much sky overhead as it has ground under its feet," the Pioneer Women actively support the Jewish National Fund and have planted 150,000 trees in Israel. The organization has also purchased two tremendous tracts of land, one at a cost of $115,000 and the other at a cost of $280,000. The Pioneer Women are now undertaking their most ambitious JNF project—the establishment of a colony in Israel which will bear their name. The project is slated for completion in 1950 and will be a silver anniversary gift from the Pioneer Women to the Moatzat Hapoalot. The Pioneer Women have sent over four and a half million dollars to the Moatzat Hapoalot. The Moatzat Hapoalot was responsible for organizing the Women's Army in Isreal, the Chen, which means "charm" in Hebrew, Mrs. Kaplan said. "One of our outstanding women in Israel who has since been elected to parliament, Yehudit Simchonit. became Chen"s leading cultural officer. "The emergency of war imposed heavy burdens on the women of Israel which Pioneer Women helped to meet. Evacuation centers were set up, medical supplies purchased, food provided for soldiers, bereaved parents cared for." The organization, Mrs. Kaplan related, has just organized a new vouth village in the suburb of Jerusalem called Ain Kerem. an abandoned Arab village, which will be modernized and made into a fit habitation for youth. Mrs. Kaplan also related that the group also sponsors the Labor Zionist Youth organization Habonim, and maintains Jewish folk schools in this coun'"We Pioneer Women are very proud that seven of our members were elected to the Parliament of the new State of Israel, Mrs. Kaplan told the group. They are members of the leading paity, the Mapai. Most important is Golda Meyerson a Pioneer Woman from Milwaukee and a graduate of the University of Wisconsin. Miss Meyerson was the Erst Israeli ambassador to Russia but is now serving as Minister of Labor and Social Security in the Parliament of Israel. We Labor Zionists are also proud that |e .Gur.on.MosheSharet.Ehezer Kiolan are all Labor Zionists. K Mis Kaplan lauded Mrs. Bert Goldstein national president of Pioneer Women and wife of Dr. Israel Goldstein, renowned Jeweader. She stated that there noS chapters of the, organ;Vitum .n Bogota Colombia: R.o Janiero, Brazil; Mexico City, Mexico! Montreal. Ottawa, Toron,, Wmipeg and Vancouver, Canada; Par is and London. rlabbi Joseph E. g"JJ*I 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 DARBY RATHMAN FOR CITY COUNCIL — JUNE 7th PULL LUCKY LEVER 13 (Paid Political Adv.) H MtVf s M Va the Cost 1 SEIBERLIND HERM0 HELD Your Worn Smooth Tires RECAPPED LIKE NEW! 5 CONVENIENT STATIONS BALANCED TREADING With Double Guarantee Signature V. Phone 2-6133 MIAMI BEACH 945 Fifth Street 1840 Alton Road MIAMI 101 S. W. 1st Street 5327 N. Miami Arc. 4100 N. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jf*istncr*Jbr___ FRIDAY, JUNE 3. 1949 • Personally Speaking... V: ?z.-i Mrs Ic-^s Gcrzzz 7TJT S.W ~ St hrre msve-d to 765 S.W. 2ir Road. Vs zzzd Mrs Scl Gutstem -'-'3 W IrTerr rt—e sieved to the Srr. Jutrr. Kcte". where they w-_ll remtrin tin— July -^ when, they w-^1 ie^rve :cr Cr^r-rc The Gutre-^s wJI rerun: tr:rr. the Ncrv. =rer the r.zr. Hc'.v 2-vs. •a" •* %  Frcmir. Dcvis, sen cf Mr tmd Mrs GcrdcDc^rs ITil S.W 23rd Terr., arrived ireNew Ycric icist week tc rr.end^ h_s hrother Stanley's wecshr.c which will take mare Sunday June 12. in Sen—a.'Fla -a -a Vacaticmnc. vrhh hit parent is ?ml ?._h_sen o: Mr. end Mrs L-.—s Ruim 2553 S.W :•.-. Si PU a araduata oi the Uni-ow a~er.d_nr Pun ons Art bstirata where Levy-Trust Nuptials Slated For Tomorrow AT.-.: --:-•:..;-: -5 rr.a the irriag* :: Mrs -_..snagm* d I --' %  th Ketr:pc: H::el : IG Beadi t: Joel M Treat .' Bestoa The .-:-.-. %  |. evening : it Tempie Isaiaa befon Ral -. r. Rat": ImmecLate.v : .• iwir.z %  '-v i reception w: Metropok H • Mrs Levy u I in n vers. •y ; u senevolent ganiza:.:-= and : at preset a ".:< -' the C-::az: "•'-" -' *-. -..„_-.. •.;; -----to New Ycric ge-^.v^ Announced r.e _s stuaymg „ver.ar aercroticn .".e w: Sunday to resume his stadias ., M .— Adnenne Lee Weisber* t Martin Z: interest to ir.ez.ds m x area _s fea lOtuui of Theodore L^iri, WJ Miami Beach S. Bemomin ho— a veers sccum .z Z-tz-e Young Ben xrrr ir ., -aj :-e~r. %  ;_ by J is-->.-. sen Of tha ?ov Baa am..-.3 z: Jacksonville ".s 0 grod'urte of ie v Urhvers:-/ of f^orido w-e:e r.e vrzs electee la ?h; Bets Kappc. v /: ; : : :' "Tv/./: : padiute of lha Crawford Secre•ar.il School in Chicafo. 3^-,. w -^^.g -:-_---.-Qaa 1 Mr Waascimao, ion of Mr ^•. %  .-.r.i-ri the Mr rr.d M_-s Jooor. •a 2-= *:-.ver. I:';" .'omes Ave., Miami for theWB — w Comznunitr leaders assure Cou ncilm an Harold Turk he has their backin<| for re-election to Miami Beach city council Tuesday Left to right Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, attorney and former president of the Jewish Social Serrice Bureau; Councilman Turk, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Teteran former Miami Beach city councilman, past president of Miami Beach Bar Association, president of the Miami Beach Sarings and Loan Association. home crt Ir.o 1345 Lskesho-re Drive ?/.:-.."C -a -a -a Word -"-us received rorr. Ml ur.d Mrs. Sum 3. Miller, who ere vacationing in the North thai they were in WflkeoBuiiw. Pec -o attend a wedding Sunday. T.-.e Millen will rerarn to %  V • rzzz. end :-'s S M Machlei and hat s^ter, Mrs. Mca raqrlioin Bow to Now York Saturday r..zz\ to attend the ranaral of ?-'rs. Tuhe Y.z-z 0: Broc^hyn N Y mother 0: Mrs. Machtei r.-.d Mrs Pearlatein. Intermeni took place Sunday in Mount Zion Ceme-ery, orooklyn Rabbi Machtei returned to Miami sfter the services %  Mrs I C A.-.oe.-s-or. 0: Atlanta Go .= tha bouaaguaat of her brother and aiater-in-krw Mi and Mra. Frank Thompson. 1241 N.W. S8th Terr Whila hare s.-.e will attend the wadding of Zeida Berlin to Ber-urd Kitchin which will take place on June 10. •a -a -a ?-':H 7 .-.e'j" Lieberthal oi Valcour Lodge. Lcke Champlain, ?.'. Y and Miae Hanya Friedlander who recently spent a veca\or. al t.-.e President Madison Hotel Miami Beach, were enter•'.-:.-.ed during then stay hy Rose Nutkir. 12C0 Pennsylvania Ave, Miami Beach. •a V.'....urr. Homer, former resident of Micrr.i now living in the Panama Cur.-:; Zo.-.e, is spending a few days here. -a -a -a Mr; BlorriJ V.-a5Jormir;. Philadelphia. Pa graduated from Tom-, pie UrJversity Temple Women to Sew On Mondays RriHp-AWt To Be ^eted Ever >' Mor da >' lrosn June 6 to bnae-eiect 10 ee rewo Dt:eTbe 6 w:n te sewing day % %  : ':' al ; Z ;,^y t-~ SSow --• members of the Temple rnelBeth Sholom Sisterhood, accord-j Georgia. Solomons To Graduate From University Of Ga. June 11 is the date both Mr. and Mrs. Harold S I mon will graduate from the University Bettys Restaurar.t. Biscayr.ei Blvd Zelda daughter of Mr. andiing to an announcement by lus.' Tet Su^ov.-.:z left for Nev; York this weak for a combined Mi Albert H. Berlin, 324 S.W 23.-d Ave. v. .: marry Bernard Kil bin of Toledo. Ohio. sor. of late Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kitchin of Miami, on Friday, June 10. Ai-xander Robbins. president. Beginning Monday, Mrs. RobS&ju, tr.e organization will swicfi into action on its sewing : t ject for the third annual bazaar scheduled for December 6 and 7. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Out-of-town luncheon guests who will rerr.air. her* for tr.e wedding festivities include the: Sisterhood members will sew -he's grandmother. Mrs lout, crochet items to be sold at Margaret Fant; a cousin, Patricia Gauntt: Mrs. E. C. Anderson and Barbara McCarthy, former Miami an. all of Atlanta. Ga. Hostess at the luncheor. will be Mrs. Frank Thompson, 1241 N.W. 58th Terr. h-3.r.e3s ur.u nieuaure tr.o %  %  + Mrs. Edward A. Platkha and daughter, Alma, of 1460 West Ave.. Miami Beach, will leave Monday for Brooklyn. N. Y. They will he away the entire summer, visiting relatives in Brooklyn, Kingston M, Y., Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Upon returning to Miami Beach Miss Plaudn will resume her studies at the University oi Miami •a Tr.e bris milah 0: Michael Dennis, son of lAz. and Mrs. Homy Panchanaky, 400 NE. 88th St.. took pkica Sunday, May 2Y at tha Panchanaky home. Acting as godparents were Mr. and Mrs Mayer Kaplan. Dr. David Brezin was sandek. The Rev. Philip Fr.eu officiated. %  + Mi and Mrs. Arthur Appto, S4S Mi c hi g an Ave., Miami Beach. ar.r.our.oe 'r.e z.r'r. 0: the..second son, Jeffrey David, born May 10 at Doctors' Hospital. Coral Gables. The bris was performed hy Ranhi S. M. Maor.te. on May 17 at home. Godparents cie Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lindauer and sandek is Harry Rudolph. The baby's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Apple and Mrs. Celia J. Walkind %  -a Rabbi S. M. Machtei will join Mrs. Machtei, who is in New York, on Sunday to attend the wedding of their daughter, Naomi, to Morton Stitsky. The event is set for June 26 at the Central Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Machtei will return to Miami about July 10. •a Mona-Zucca, composer of "I Love Life." and her husband, Irwin M. Cassel, left for New Yoik City, where they will remain until Christmas. They will be joined by their son, Marwin, who will graduate from the University of Florida Law School in June. While in New York, the composer is scheduled to make radio and television appearances. %  %  Sam Friedland, owner of the Food Fair stores and the Shelborne Hotel, was recently feted at a farewell dinner party by 32 of his executives, including Frank Catterson, district manager; Dave Stuben and Branch Manager Abe Maloff. Mr. Friedland is leaving Miami today with Mrs. Friedland for Europe. Samuel M. Cohen To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cohen, 3660 S.W. 13th Terr, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Samuel M.. which will take place this morning, June 3, at 9 a.m. a: the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. The Bar Mitzvah attends Ada Merritt Junior High, where he is president of bit class, a member of the school band, the plastic and the photography clubs. Mr. and Mrs. Cohen will be hosts at a reception at their home in honor of the young man Sunday afternoon. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. the bazaar. Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs. Louis Stoff will serve as luncheon hostesses Monday. Reservations may be made by calling the Temple office. Mrs. Bessie Nelson has been named as bazaar chairman and Mrs. Gilbert Goldman and Mrs. Louis J. Krensky will serve as co-chairmen. Rose Chapter Inducts Leaders Mrs. Erwin B. Marshall was installed as president of the Rose Chapter of B'nai B'nth Women at a dinner Sunday evening at the Steak House, Miami Beach. Mrs. Marshall succeeds Mrs. Norman Reinhard. Other officers inducted were: Mrs. David Platt, vice president: Mrs Louis Kessler, recording secretary: Mrs Bernard Bram. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Leroy Levy, treasurer: Mrs. Arnold Kirschenbaum. historian. Elected to serve on the board were Mrs. Raymond Marcus and Miss Pearl Gordon. Mrs. Raymond Marcus and Mrs Philip Greenfield were in charge of arrangements. Roberta Weiner To Sing Sunday Selections by Brahms, Schubert. Tschaikowsky. Victor Herbert, Romberg and Fnml will be included in the concert to be presented Sunday evening by thirteen year old soprano, Roberta Weiner, at the Miami Y. Roberta, who has won acclaim from critics and the public, will be accompanied at the piano by her teacher, Miss Louise Sparrenberger. Also on the program will be Dancer Rosemary Hutton, who is a student of the Myro Jo May Studio. Sorority Alumnae Meet A meeting of the Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association was held at the home of Mrs. David Rifas. 1263 S.W. 21st Terr., on Thursday evening, May 20. Plans for tr.e coming year were presented. First affair on the new calendar will be a charity theatre party to be held at the Monte Carlo Hotel Wednesday, proceeds of which will go to a French orphanage which the group sponsors. The annual luncheon for graduating seniors and the installation of officers was held recently. New officers are Mrs. Harold Stone, president; Mrs. David Handel, vice president; Mrs. Alex Rubin, recording secretary; Miss Lillian Gross, corresponding secretary; Miss Betty Alvin, treasurer. Mrs. Solomon, the former Muriel Auslander. attained membership in the nat. nal r.onorary fraternity. Phi Beta Phi. ar.d was honored at a speci robly en May to. Her husband, ar. Ail Force veteran, has been a member of the school's honorary dramatic fraternity for the last two years ar.d has won acclaim : : .1 charactenzations in such plays a."Time of Your Life." Skin of Your Teeth," "Joan of A: and others. He also managed many backstage activities including set designing Mrs. Solomon I shared her husband's interest ::a.T.atic arts by becoming costume mistress of the univi -•.; %  .theater. Their mother? Mrs. Samuel Auslander and Mrs. Ray Gordon, plan to driv e to Georgia together. to attend graduc^ t-.on exercises. They will then all return to Miami. Miss Stepkin Honored A farewell [ h ".or oi bride-elect Toby Stepk as given at the home • •" brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ani Mrs. Sidnev Stepkin. 211 I S.W. list St.. Thursday. Mav 26 Over 100 guests attended th< party. Miss Stepkin's marriage to H. Albert Fisher will take place June 12 in Dalla.-. Texas. urdiiips SCRANTON LACE DINNER CLOTHS Lovely Gifts for June Brides Extra large 70x90 inch size! •5 Exquisite lace clo...s cool, refreshing ba*grounofor summer luncheons ana dinners! And. they're so £ licet too spo'V^/iiffv easily ayWbbjJW and never need iron. formal susr •ar^Lar'j with harmonize w*u .". %  j^e casual table settings. •"£ brides will find these Scram cloths ind.spens.be %  m Jg new homes! v-o\en 70x90 inches. F,ncy Linen.. Second Floor Slit* •pproxtmst* 'i-^iMMX UB ii-''iyfh^^'^mi^r^^iiic



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—^ %  B. 1949 +Je*lstrhrMfar PAGE FIVE NAT ALAN DAN Say a Word About OUR BROTHER BURNETT We want to thank our many friends on Miami Beach for the generosity and hard work they are putting forth in behalf of the candidacy of Our Brother Bernie... (Roth for Council) During the 31 years that the Roth families have lived in the community, we have tried to give of our time, our money and our services for every worthwhile cause—to every worthwhile organization. During these many years we have never sought nor asked for personal favors. This forthcoming election IS ONE TIME that we are asking our friends for their consideration and their vote for Our Brother Bernie.•• (Roth for Council) We fully believe that Bernie deserves your vote —not because he is our brother—but for the reason hat Bernie has devoted practically all oi his time to you and to all of the residents of this community in— oh, so many fields and in so many ways Our Brother Bernie... (Roth for Council) has served his fellow man in bettering human relations among an faiths. He has fought anti-discrimination on every front and for racial and religious understanding. Our Brother Bernie... (Roth for Council) served his country during the last war and as a veteran has stood shoulder to shoulder with every veteran and every veteran group for those who sacrificed so much for every one of us. There are hundreds of individual cases that Bernie, at great personal sacrifice, helped straighten out. Did you know that Burnett Roth was denied the privilege of renting office space in one of our large office buildings because he took such an active part in the veterans' low cost housing—because he would not shut up? Bernie has led the fight to keep rents at a reasonable level—not for himself but for all of us. Bernie has been active in civic, religious and charitable work—in aiding the creation of the State of Israel in a highly confidental undergroundwork—in so many causes. Our Brother Iternie... (Roth for Council) does not want any thanks for what he has done. After this election Bernie will be the same Bernie— always active in a communal endeavor—shouldering more than his share of responsibility for community betterment and progress—of service to his iellowman. You can't change him—you won't change him. We earnestly appeal to each and every one of you to work and vote next Tuesday for Our Brother Bernie. • • (Roth for Council) %  4' He will make an intelligent, honest, unfettered Miami Beach CITY COUNCILMAN workins in the interest of all the people BURNETT ROTH For Miami Beach City Council PULL LEVER 15 This Political Ad Paid for by His Broth NAT ROTH Manufacturers Representative DAN ROTH Representative Cascade Television ALAN ROTH Miami Beach Realtor