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The Jewish Floridian ( December 2, 1949 )

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fewibltJEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY NUMBER 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1949 PRICE: TEN CENTS wit Sinai Hospital Dedication remonies Set For 4 P. M. Sunday jre now being completed for the dedication program of Mount Sinai Hospital of [ami, to be held at 4 p.m. Sunday on the hospital grounds, 4300 Alton Road, Miami lional, state and local diqnitaries have been invited to attend the ceremonies, Max lesident of the board of trustees of the hospital, announced today, ers of the hospital board of trustees, women's auxiliary and large qroup of donors pital have been issued special invitations for the event. pneral public also has been invited to "visit the hospital Sunday and inspect the [d facilities that we will dedicate to service to the community," Orovitz said. leaders throughout the community w ill be present. An invitation to deliver the injs been accepted by Rev. George Wa hlin, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran church of Work Of 2,500 Members Of Hospital Auxiliary Begins To Bear Fruit After months of coordinated effort among 2,500 volunteers, the work of the Mount Sinai Hospital auxiliary is bearing fruit as the hospital prepares to open its doors. Led by Mrs. Max Dobrin, president, the group has been planning, organizing and carrying to completion projects which visible everywhere in and novelties like barbecue aprons for cob Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, Miami, will deliver the dedication, and khn J. Durham S. J., pastor of Gesu church of Miami, will give the benediction. of ceremonies will be Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Orovitz will be one of the speakers, le Pepper also has accepted an invitation from the hospital to speak at the ceretier speakers will be announced later, and are expected to include several governicials. jyors of Greater Miami have proclaimed Sunday as Mount Sinai Hospital day in the urged all citizens to visit the hospital grounds at that time. proclamation, they stressed the need for augmented hospital facilities in Dade |d South Florida, and indicated that the hospital, which v/as converted in ten months icmdoned building into an imposing structure eguipped to handle all phases of a pspital, would do much to meet that need. [reclamation was signed by Mayor Harold Turk, of Miami Beach, Mayor William M. of Miami, and Mayor W. Keith Phillips, of Coral Gables. ent Harry S. Truman has been invited to attend the dedication ceremonies. Pepper rsonally had invited Truman during a n informal visit. in was issued a formal invitation ear lier in the week by Max Orovitz, president of lof trustees of the hospital. In addition to Truman and Pepper, invitations have been'i r j a g e se ts and dresses for tots to I S. Senator Spessard B. Holland and U. S. Bep"-'ntc'ive George Smathers. Als^ in[Col. Jess Larson, head of the general service administration, and are visible everywhere in around the hospita: grounds. A gift shop, modeled after several in large Northern hospitals, will give hospital visitors a chance to purchase presents for the patients they come to see. as well as provide a place where the staff and the patients can buy gifts for anniversaries and birthdays of friends and families. Mrs. Herman Boughton. chairman of the gift shop, has appointed each of her co-workers head of a particular phase of the shop work. Chairman of the organization for making gifts is Mrs. William Lehman, who has inaugurated a group of 30 women who meet one afternoon a week and make by hand everything from stuffed dolls to finelv embroidered carall of the Federal 1 all invited include Governor Fuller Warren, Senator R. B. Gautier, and State Represent Stockdale, George Okell and William Iantaff. Commissioners Huqh Peter*, Jesse Yarborouqh, I. D. MacVicar, Preston B. Byrd and Iciaor have been invited. Also invited have been Miami City Commissioners William Penine. Palmer, Louie Bandel, Robert L. Floyd and William W. Charles. Miami \ Councilmen Harold Turk, D. Leo Powell, William Burbridqe, Maurice Klein, Marcie Burnett Roth and Melvin Richard havp also been extended invitations. : tion work has : the supervision lai Renovation Requires 10 Months ig Boasts New Roof, Electric Plant mflc task of converting the Nautilus Hotel into one |t modern and imposing hospitals in the South—Mount Dital nf Greater Miami—has been completed. the ten months of renovation, approximately 150 [ (killed workers, technicians and supervisors have • m the project. Not of the planning and building en seriously in-1 committee of which Dan Ruskin is chairman. Other members are William D. Singer. J. Gerald Lewis, Dr. Moi is G lodman and Mitchell Wolfson. One of th bi es( iobs w is repair of the roof of the famous building, which for 25 year suffered punishment from ram. wind and idleness, Now the structure boasts a 20year bonded roof of 1 grav I co ting -in i %  $15,000. The hospital probably )• %  -: modern electric plant .n ti area. It has a stand; -quipped with two electric] ^wered to furnish bghi Mectricity for the entire bu In case i %  ul is hooked to tl and can be switched on matfcally if ie city power is druptod. Surgeons would lose time or be retarded In performing an • peration in ease oi a disaaU r. ••It was one of the bigget* • modeling jobs in Miami Beachperhaps th very largest, Rus id "The hotel was m poor condition because of its long abandonment." "The community can well be Dan Ruskin proud of its hospital now. >" ,„ n excelled condition and :anks '>.. Planning and Sg the most beautiful in the 'Idwp Committee nation." hs added. Women Form Committee To Furnish Holiday Gifts to furnish sou, small gifts to I hospital Staff various holidays A committee venirs and ents and members on has been formed by the Mount Sinai Women's auxiliary. The '] temporary chairman is Mrs Colman A. Zwitman. A permanent chairman will be appointed when the hospital I pens following dedicati n ceremonies, Mrs. Zwitman said that she brated Thanksgiving at Ali • Road Hospital by giving patients baskets of fruits and nuts Maa' Orovitz President of the Board of Trustees Federation Director Terms Hospital Opening "Major Community Event .. ;_„t Mmm! Sinai Hnsnital tl ti the SczzzvzrsA •>. J< wish community to men. In adition to handmade gifts, toilet articles for the patients, magazines. jewelry. greeting cards, ceramics, dolls and some ready-to-wear items will be sold in the shop. Mrs. I. E. Freedman (Continued or Page 4) More news and pictures about Mount Sinai Hospital will be lound on pages 4. 15. 16. 17 and 18 of this issue of The Jewish Floridian. Orovitz Names Mount Sinai Staff Department Heads Dr. Abraham Hollender has been named president of the medical advisory board of Mount Sinai Hospital, it was announced this week by Max Orovitz. president of the hospital board of trustees. D: Hollender will assume his duties hi I phvsician as as the hospital opens. Orovitz said. Hi Hollender has been a specialist in ea:. nose and ti diseases in Miami Beach for the past ten years. Before, he practiced in Chicago, 111., i r 25 years. he now is professor emeritus of otolaryngology at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. He is the author of seven works on ear. nose and throat diseases. Di. Hollender also is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a diplomate of the American Board of Otolaryngology. Vice president of the medical advisory hoard will be Dr. Julius Pearson. A graduate of Jefferson Medical College. Dr. Pearson has practiced internal medicine and cardiology here since 1935. In 1940 he was certified by the American Board of Internal icine. He is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and a memben of the American Heart Association and the American Diabetics Society. He also served on the advisory medical board of Alton Road Hospital. Dr. Sanford I. %  11 be secretary-treasurer of the advisory Dr. L( vine has been a era! practitioner here for three and one-half years. He is formerly of Brooklyn, New York. Ht is graduate of the University of !. il of Medicine and -!-•< r of the Nation,,! C Home. di partp^vistonfor" medical care as a community M ,nt Sinai it is hoped, will be more than just another hospital. M„unt Sinai, it is P f plannin g and directing It can become the c_ommunu.^ag^.. h communily Jewish welfare the Ca FSfcSiS^tSS immunity. Jewis c n 11 h r .'V. \hani have been considered to have the highest '"'•'"• V" SitaS staffs and programs in their field. Mount Sinai —JSftSSJdS .high position of leadership among the hospitals of our area. MORRIS KLASS. Executive Director, Greater Miami Jewish Federation. logy: Dr. Ralph Kirsch. eye; Dr. Meyer B. Marks, pediatrics: Dr. Herbert Virgin, orthopedics; Dr. Milton Travels, fractures and traumatic surgery: Dr. Sanford Levine, general practice: Dr. Alfred Levine. radiology, and Dr. Maxwell Sayet. pathology. The medical staff of the hospital includes over 300 Greater Miami physicians. Orovitz added. ~'-^ '.V2£3A£ii: l T&5->3



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^AGE TWO *Je*1st fhcridlisr FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. %  I'll Say Looking it th • name L.V." -. ailing ol this Mexico %  th ol >ne r a : • pleasant n i %  -". Am Plowinj jh 23 volu '." I Quarterly. 1 %  %  m earh .-. _-' nalil %  gination tun S. Senator fi : In fad %  tut hli pion • ... >>• the i n .:•• %  ; t political I • i ijr peri I .' W ifoaes Elias Le\ M t 1782 from 1 S His fathei \ I the Sultan. Unlucky enough to d Crown Pi di th n eel %  n ugh to menti >n th< in mon in Moslem harems. The En.; >uld not take :.... a %  '.•• r :bged his b y Sultan. Suddenly the Grand ninded. Leaving his family in Gibralti .. e to Egypt and dii I I En rly Succe At 1!. Mos:. %  •. • pping at the island : St T jt on his own He pi isini took him to Cul then vei ned ut I H y • Spanish Intendent. M thought jht fi ike a look at the Fl kw ods i iries by the proud I S Jew ''i Col • P The vast I I • /oung busini ss m <:. %  .. j Moses Elias Levy: His Dream Of A Zion In Florida By HARRY SIMONHOFF a Messianic complex submerged somewhere in his ...nd for Jewish colon%  / n in the Fl ss! A decade .; -. tiate a sin I %  near ?.'. V. Lew .. ln'1 nl •• ;.eam •o V..-. n %  % %  He purchased about 6( '..cap of n nd In BI nists In wit F • k S Wai burg; : thi n %  %  : %  % %  I Jewish a new rid. Levy n the fl rig .,-. I N( w V v." :.: %  • k to St. Au %  •pre] rig 1 ; : S .•-• same time, the Spanish I mil nt resident of St hua—but with the string att settle on the Levy as rt ibvd that the Arrei %  % %  >wn P u: '" In a trad anged part of his land with y M ,za Arrendnnd I. But he e -. iw >r I sd '.he limit tl a placed in B til in King. When he woke up. is running t him. He dispal Wai nirg an irgenl plea to send settlers tely. ;.; •Levy was destined to suffi i i me keen disnists were not rushing to lise. This is not surprising when we the young U. S. Republic stretching to the Rockies with a population 000.000. was alsj bidding for immigrants ttei pill '. swallow was the vice of Negi • England, Levy attacked the evils In a pamphlet which attracted -.. He even debated publicly this q ims. N %  • % %  he w as caught in 11 utilize slaves, or lose investment and the prospects of colonization since free labor was unavailable, he had no c Formidable Obstructions AiJ a colonize:, he showed considerable er.< v. To provide stable and profitable his he brought over from Cub, seeds and fruit trees. Historians agree t: I. vy was the first planter to import sugar Into the U. S. But he was beset with rr.anv Y of his farrh huuses we luring the Seminole wars. Hi* :' Shoiem Al Mrs Henry Seitlin, president of h onor of Jewish Book a Pi me W lub No. One i of Miami Bea< h, g ive a report | m the group's i enl linen showier and expressed her thanks to | the c im unity for 1 r respoi to this affir at a meeting Thursday. December 1. at Congregation j| Beth Tulah, 935 Euclid Ave., MiI ami Beach. Participating in the shower program were Rabbi Max Shapiro, who gave the principal address; David Beckeiman. former captain with the Israeli army, who gave an eye witness report on fighting in Israel: and Mrs. Manya Shubow. who gave a read8 11 E A D Miami Chosen Site For 1951 Reform Unit Meet Miami was chosen as the site for the biennial convention of the Southeast Council of the Union of American Hebrew C • ns be held in 1951. Selec• n Jacksonville N ber 20 and 21. x Holtsberg I T | Ii \~rael w. vice p lent of ncil • the meet. The mp ised of 32 %  '. .::..-.".::. I". EDUCATIONAL LYCEUM 25 Waihington Ave Miami Beach AVAILABLE FOR ALL FUNCTIONS WEDDINGS, MEETINGS, LECTURES, HAH MITZVAHS \ .-.miniodates 600 people — Air Corded Banquet facilities—Seats 250—Modern kitchen and catering MrviM FOR INFORMATION CALL J. POLLACK, 5-3'66 l&* QTine Q/unmaiefewiet More than Vtalf a century of e.vperic meeting Jewish religious requirement Mires the perfection of every detail of our service to the Jewish family. The success of tlte RIVERSIDE organization reflects the confidence and friendship of the families whom ice have faithfully served. %  m tt Utem KOMOGINIZ 15 one urn H **FS THI S W* CREAM TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS %  UHJIM West Flagler & 20th Ave. 1236 Washington Ave, Phone: S:2SM •rnu'iB. 5-OT >liaini Ofiiee 1713 N.W. 7th Ave^ Phone 82-4731 SMMI'R IIIBLilViVsitfifl EDWARD T NrwBAN. Funera. Director • ABE EisENBERG. Tins"'" 'N N'W YORK 76i: ttTftEET *NL) AMSl'.RDAM AVENUE



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%  % %  1949 ^JeHistfhridlia,,) ^Academy Women's Luncheon Skits To Highliqht iMark Completion Of Journal PAGE THREl iol the HtUn^'\ Vi:y ,, will get i"*; the hievemeirt Fn TttSby December ; affair wi •nark the >* Hadassah Meetinq Thp II, .1 „U TW_. TinHada al featured %  p.I'i.Dav %  u : ':' ; %  David a. • jour, Louis L igran> _,,, •• s %  Sherry, Ces:den! {aniza| ess on UlTrainii Youth." disiion for •11, d by In Road. jiofti Academy 15 mode', a hara Bur-_*Beui %  ikovsky, iCchen. On: id and Jtechnick .ick Build be con .. faaoal self !1 bo furdby P.M B ruidion|jjdy Searles, atura solo; and Josep ineibman, ptfterwn! .'tec inJlfrs. Sam hen, chairMrs. Benjamin She man; Mrs. L chairman: and the Mi S. Andron. S. Rubinov Ginsburg, S. L Su Burris, J. Rack ivsky, and I berg. Proceeds of this iffai allocated to thi fund for needy children ttei academy. Mrs. Alfred Stone is of the organizati • AJC Women To onsor Dance s P h Players will ai %  G P.m. at the M ii luded in ts will b • S %  R nd S Stok bj Garj and Lin .. : l %  E pianist: Roi : POSITION WANTED Wcrr.ar. in Middle Thirties Wants job as cook's helpor Kosher restaurant or hotel FAST — CAPABLE Write A.B.. Box 2973. Miami 18 AUTHOR Seeks quiet room & breakfast. In private hon.e on Miami Beach. Nc children or other roomers. Write CD.. Box 2S73, Miami 18 •Ir. H.HI.ISN.III TO Mark llirthday Miami Beach Junior Hadassah will celebrate its 29th anniversary birthday party Saturday. De%  %  • %  '<• at !i p.m. at the Roval Hotel Blue R„o m 15th and Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. A candlelight ceremony honoring Hadassah Founder Henrietta Szold will be held during the cake cutting. President Beverly Raphael will light the candle for the future. Chairman of the affair is Selma Lewis, who will be assisted by Kalee Raffel and Annette Melich, correspondence: Simmi Gerel. refreshments and Naomi Siegel, hostess. SEITLIN & COMPANY NSURAN CE ALL FORMS 19 N.E. Second Street Miami 32, Fla. Phones 9-3836 — 9-3837 BOARD & CARE HMf or handicapped person 1 n? home—private bath I Delirious Jewish Meals Special Diet ii Required |W per week—no higher PHONE 2-4032 FOR RENT .11 with 3 exposures. Private %  entrance. In beautiful new iclose to S-Poinls and new 5 minutes from down.PHONE S2-3280 "AflTMENT FOR RENT P"Uy or to Jan. 31st m Duplex. Near Schools, Shopping Center. W S.W. 29th CT. PHONE 43-9403 The Miai %  %  men's Division "1 th( A Ji >w ish Ci ngi annual dance lay. December 4. a! !) p.m. t the S Frontenac Hotel, Mia according to Mrs A A president. Music will Crusty Drybread an I his ebestra and Nino V ic ivin spark the entertainment. A host of prizes will be iwardi d I i au iience participation contest win-1 ners. "We are doing everything I i make this affair bigger and betl than last year's," Mrs Sidney Stepkin. dance chairman, said. Serving with Mrs. Stepkm are Mrs. Ben Essen, co-chairman, and Mis. H. Sher, ticket chairman. Reservations may he made by t calling 48-2300 or 4-4126. NOW OPEN ARNOLD'S BAKERY Superior Bakery Products Fresh Fruit Pies. Fruit Coffee Cakes, Tea Cakes, Party Novelties Genuine Old Fashioned Rye. Corn Pompenickle (Sliced or Unsliced—Frenchwhite Whole Wheat Breads) Hard Rolls, Dinner Rolls, Bagels "Remember the address" 1757 Coral Way ....Ph. 83-7339, : ROOM FOR RENT BRICKELL ESTATES 415 S. W. 30th Road Neatly fuw. bedroom in I home Orthodox. 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PAGE FOUR fJmisli Flcrkttairi FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 U EDITORIAL Mount Sinai The dedication of Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami Sunday afternoon is proof positive that dreams can come true. Only fourteen years ago a qroup of publicspirited citizens conceived the dream that is today the great Mount Sinai Hospital, which will serve mankind of every race, color and creed. Vitally concerned about problems confronting the community—especially an acute shortage of hospital beds—this group decided that it was imperative to. launch a fund-raising drive for the construction of a non-sectarian, non-profit general hospital. The outbreak of war temporarily eclipsed the project; but after the war was over, the civicminded citizens turned again to the dream. Realizing that the need for hospital facilities had become more acute because of a tremendous rise in population, the group formed a non-profit corporation, known as the Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, Inc., on March 11, 1946. With the articles of incorporation, the dream began to become a reality. In 1946-47 the corporation initiated a campaign for funds which attracted the aid of top bracket stage, radio and film stars, as well as noted newspapermen. The group reached its goal after a vigorous campaign, and the committee began looking for a site. In the meantime, activated by the dire need for hospital facilities, the corporation took over the operation of Alton Road Hospital which had served as a navy hospital. Among the locations studied by the group as the site for the new hospital was the former HELP HER TO HELP THEM— Nautilus Hotel, which was used as an army medical clinic and rest home during the war. The War Assets Administrafion set a price of SI,400.000 on the Nautilus property. The City of Miami Beach purchased the property l as t for a token sum because of its humanitarian and turned it over to the Mount Sinai corporatu The conversion from delapidated landmark modern hospital has been going on since Febr and has cost a total of approximately $500 The corporation has spent approximately $2 per bed, while average costs throughout' nation for new hospital construction are r-k S20.000 per bed. aa The seven-story building has 214 beds bassinets, the most modern equipment avail'ab from radiology rooms and operating rooms to i emergency electric plant. Mount Sinai, rising majestically alonq cayne Bay, is the Jewish community's contrB tion to the welfare of the entire community 214 beds will do much to alleviate hospital eg 1 gestion and its facilities will serve everyone, wi| out regard to race, color or creed. Tribute must be paid to the board of truste for their wise leadership, their untiring wo and their unwavering faith in the project. Tribute must also be paid to the citizens of th community who gave so liberally—so unselfish —of their time, their efforts and their money bring about the fulfillment of this dream. With its ideal location and climate, its careh selected staff and excellent surgical, radiologio and other diagnostic equipment, the hospital destined to rank among the foremost media centers in the country. Mount Sinai will then, indeed, be a livid memorial to the altruison and humanity of Miami Jewish community. Work Of 2,500 Members Of Hospital Auxiliary Begins To Bear Fruit bar, and Mrs. I. C. Greenberg will handle the financial end. Others helping in the planning are Mrs. Frank Pearlman, Mrs. B. Wolf, Mrs. Chester Krone and Mrs. Beverly Becker. Helping in the selection of %  serviceable, vet eye-uppealing bedroom furniture for the hospital were Mrs. Herbert N. Schwa, z Continued from Page 1) is in charge of all the purchasing for 'he shop. Planning to open the shop just is soon as the hospital-opens. Mrs. Henrv Wolff, chairman of the vollisted BDOUt 120 women who will work in the shop from 9 a.m. to. 9 p.m. on four shifts seven days eek. Shifts are from 9 to 12. 12 to 3. 3 to 6. and 6 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Wolff said she still has a few openings on the afternoon md evening shifts and on weekends for volunteer workers. Tiie shop itself will be set up in the hospital waiting room with ittractive shelves for magazines ind knick knack displays and ounters and showcases for other items. Another major project of the %  Mosquitoes On Hospital (vrounds Survey Discloses A clean bill of health has been %  ^iveri the grounds of Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami by the Dade County Anti-Mosquito District. A survey was ordered by Fred H. Stutz. the division's director. Tuesday to assure authorities that the hospital property was devoid of any disease-transmitting mosquitoes before the hospital opened. The inspection was made by Glenn K. Frazell. chief inspector and foreman of the Dade County Anti-Mosquito District. His tour of the property did not find even a pest type mosquito. He was primarily searching for diseasecarrying mosquitoes. Frazell said the property was a breeding-ground for mosquitoes five yews ago and was greatly infested with all types of pests. Now, however, he said there probably is not a mosquito in the grounds. Thanks! Our thanks to Mrs. Tema Burk, of the Public Relations Staf of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and Louis Aronovitz, news editor of The Jewish Floridian. for their special efforts in preparation of feature material about Mt. Sinai Hospital appearing in this issue. and her committee. Mrs. Harry Hacker met all summer with a sewing group and made approximately 130 pairs of drapes in cheerful floral designs for the rooms. Mrs. Joseph Dunt5v. chairman of the library committee, is preparing to put into action immediately after the hospital opens two bookmobiles donated by the Miami Beach Exchange Club. During the summer more than 1.000 books were donated to the library, and more are coming in every day. Mrs. Duntov said. The outpatient committee, under the direction of Mrs, Leonard Wien. also is waiting for the opening of the hospital to start work, but that committee, as all the other women's committees, has been planning its duties all summer. When the hospital is opened, the outpatient room will be on the main floor of the building. Other members of the committee are Mrs. Max Orovitz and Mrs. Stanley Frehling. Mrs. Aaron Reder is planning to begin a nurses" aide and hospital aide training program shortly after the hospital opens, and a refresher course for women who formerly worked at either of these positions was begun Wednesday. A nurses recreational and welfare group has been organized under the leadership of Mrs. Stanley Milledge and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Mrs. Harold Spaet is heading a social service group, and the flower committee will assume its duties of placing flowers in waiting rooms and reception rooms as soon as the hospital opens. Clerical workers are being interviewed and screened by Mrs. Harry Rubin in preparation for the opening and the education committee under Mrs. Jandon Schwarz has planned several programs for the early days of the hospital's operation. In every instance, Mrs. Dobrin, sparkplug of this very active group, has appointed to committee chairmanships only women experienced in the particular field involved in order to obtain the greatest organizational efficiency possible. Then she has allowed the committee to function on their own initiative. Denver Home I nit To Mark Birthday At Tea The Sorrento Hotel will be the setting for the tenth annual membership tea of the Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver on Tuesday, December 6, at 1:30 p.m. The highlight of the afternoon's program will be a ceremony aroundan annivecsary cake. The past presidents and organizers of the chapter will each light a candle. Sol Goldstrom will offer the opening prayer and Mrs. Frank Cole will serve as narrator. Mrs. Irving H. Miller, president, will give a report on the convention she attended this summer at the home in Denver. She will also give a report of several cases of local origin. Entertainment for the afternoon will consist of specialty dances by the Sorrento Hotel dancers and a piano recital by Bernie Bennett of the Bennett School of Music. Katzes 'At Home' Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. .Katz, who were married at the Shelborne Hotel November 20, will be "at home" Sunday, December 4. from 3 to 8 p.m. at 1326 S.W. 6th St. Mrs. Katz, the former Mrs. Ethel Burnstein. will be assisted by her daughters, Mrs. David Newman and Mrs. James Handelsman. Flagler-Granada Unit Plans Fetes Flagler-Granada Jewish Center met Thursday, December 1, at 8 p.m. at the Coral Gables Woman's Club. Leo Rothstcin. entertainment chairman, announced that final plans for the New Year's Eve dance to be given at the Coral Gables Woman's Club. Admission, he revealed, will be five dolars per couple, including food, and reservations must be m=de in advance. The group will hold a card party December 10 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks, 4495 S.W. 2nd St. Admission according to Daniel Onoroff, will be by reservations only. Proceeds from the affair are earmarked for the center building fund. The organization's choral group meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock, "station WTTT. Coral Gables. Mt. Sinai Establishes 24-Bed Negro Section To augment the hospital facilities for Negro patients in Greater Miami, Mount Sinai Hospital has set up a Negro section with 24 medical and surgical beds. Located on the main floor of the hospital, the section contains an eight-bed room for women, an eight-bed room for men, and four two-bed rooms. In addition ,the section contains a delivery room with an acoustical tile ceiling, a pantry, nurses' workroom and visitors and nurses' lavatories. Book Exhibit Set For Dec. 5-10 In observance of Jewish Book Month celebrated nationally from November 11 through December 11. a central book exhibit on the theme of "More Books, More Wisdom." will be displayed at the Miami Beach Public Library from December 5 till December 10. The book exhibit will feature books of Jewish content in Hebrew. Yiddish and English. Also displayed will be paintings and art objects loaned by the Congress of Jewish culture, covering the gamut of Jewish art expression. Books will be arranged under the headings of sacred literature: books in Hebrew, Yiddish; and English, and a special display of juvenile Jewish literature. The exhibit is open to the general public and all are invited to view the display during the week of December 5. The Jewish Book Council of Greater Miami, under whose auspices the display is presented, is receiving cooperation of Miss Bertha Aldrich, librarian of the Miami Beach Library. Entire exhibit being under the supervision of Mrs. Joseph Duntov. The local Jewish Book Council committee consists of Harry Simonhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Hy Rose, Mrs. Laura Sachs, Jerry Carver, Max Meisel, Julius Samuels, Bernard Hutner, Louis Gadon, Morris Honigbaum, and Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Beth David Service To Be Broadcast Late Friday evening services I Congregation Beth David will' broadcast weekly over static) WWPB beginning Friday. Decen ber 2. from 8:30 to 9 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Canld Maurice Mamches will condul the services assisted by the Bel David choir under the directiq of Leon Schiff. For the first 'Synagogij Service of the Air" broadcast, tq rabbi's topic will be "There Dual Responsibility." Since this Sabbath has bed dedicated to Jewish Book Mor.:| the rabbi will also speak on th subject. Gables Women Plan Bazaar The Sisterhood of the Csrj Gables Jewish Center will spod sor a bazaar Sunday. Decembd 4, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at U| center, 320 Palermo Ave.. accorJ ing to an announcement by Mrl Irving Gerstenfeld. president. I The sisterhood and men's clJ will set up booths and ser meals all dav. Hand made art! cles. cakes and other foods JUT be on sale. Outdoor games nav also been arranged. Mrs. William Karo is chairma of the event. Assisting her x\ Mrs. Joseph Platt. Mrs. Budfl Alpert and Mrs. Milton ^aiiei Mrs. Sam Silver is in charge the food booth. ... The affair is open to the Puo'i and proceeds will go t ftiU ] equipping the kitchen. If** i


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1949 Tropical Lodge Safe Of Drive "" ,! B'nai B'rith. ,.l door-ta-door rent "Big 49" •nSundav Dc6^4 with two breakfasts, % Mtami and ..ne in Miami cne BWf"-o pac h group will meet at JKSdor Cafeteria at 10 "* rhai-man will be Seymour ''" %  ..r Serving with Brenner B Budd Cutler. Gershon S. a ;.. Alvin Budner. Arnold jjfiln. Hal Kaye. David Moldan %  ifSSmfSup will be headJbv Arthur J. Stern assisted by fciieberman. Ernest Hams. u*i Morris. Lewis Sternshein. give? Bran, and Sanford Siff. "Following the breakfast memS of the committee will visit ^Joective members to carry the ScTof B-na. B'rith directly to the prospects. plans have been arranged foi tet-acquainted-with-new-memiS-smoker to be held the following week. WINZ To Air Third In Hadassah Radio Series •Renascence." a fifteen-minute dramatic radio show, by Theodo-eWard. starring Lotte Staviskv as a Hadassah social service nurse who finds her salvation by helping a Moroccan Jewish family, will be heard on Sunday, December 4. over station WINZ at 115-1:30. during the Yiddish Cfccsical Hour. This is the third of a series of six programs which depict the work of a quarter of a million American members of Hadassah in Israel. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry is radio chairman of the •Miami Beach Group. Miami .ICIIS I 'nil To Hold Dance The Greater Miami Auxiliary cf the Jewish Consumptives Relief Society will hold a dance on Sunday evening. December 4, at Schon, chairman, and Mrs. Jack the Sorrento Hotel. Mrs. E. E. Gordon, co-chairman, are in charge of tickets for this affair. The junior group of the auxuilii.y under their chairman, Toby Goiuskin. will also participate in this affair. Proceeds will be used for patients in the tubercular wards at Jackson .Memorial and Kendell hospitals and for patients at the sanitarium at Spivak, Colorado. Convention Delegates Report To Beach Unit Of Junior Hadassah Phyllis Wilpon and Bevi Raphael have usl return. I i m Pittsburgh, Pennsv g>ey were del. Beach to Junior i na tional convention, which I place at the William Penn H. tel November 23 to 26. The delegation helped to : ulate plans for Junior Had., program of child care, rehabilitation and education in Israel and Jewish education and Am. affairs in the United States. Miss Raphael, president of the local group, had charge of the session on leadership. She introduced Seymour \V ( issman, director of the Brooklyn Zionist Youth Commission, who spoke to the delegates on "The Concepts of Leadership." The Beach unit he id a dessert and coffee on Thursday. December 1. at 8 p.m. at Keen's Restaurant. Miss Wilpon and Miss Raphael reported on the convention highlights. ADL Program Set For Airing Saturday Eve "Hey. Cabbie." starring Sam Levene. noted Hollywood and Broadway actor, will be broadcast as the latest episode in the "Let We Forget — The American Dream" series. Saturday. December 3. at 5 p.m. over station WVCG. Coral Gables. Participants in the fifteenminute live panel discussion to follow immediately will be Herbert L. Blume. Miami attorney, who will serve as moderator; Mrs. Vladimir Virrick. civic leader; Sam Silver, recently appointed judge of West Miami; and Alvin H. Corenblum. West Miami builder. neCabbie" was produced for radio by the Institute for Democratic Education in cooperation wit!> the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. l^*isfrkridi ar Obituaries YETTA HAMERSMITH Bea< h MRS RHEA KAPLAN ,. % %  Kaplan ;.;,... ;.. „ ar md Mr,. MaN t 2 1 1 "n Burton of Charlegton 2"i daughter Ml I nor* I""-' %  • '.* %  Miami: .1 ,.. .' SK '•,':" %  •' l; "" %  and Mrs. Ann Mom. of Miami, and Mr.. ,•„„; Mlttel >'-..-•• "J* brother., Hy, M 1 • •• %  Harry, Sidney and l..,m rt*. all of Miami, and three grandchildren. Service, wer. held ... the Gordon Funeral Horn, i with Rabbi Murraj Or* iei i fl interment was m Mt \, i„ JEWISH WOMAN TO DO LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING and act as companion for eldrly woman. Prefer someone willing to exchange services in return for home and subsistence. Would consider small salary to right person. Please write M. Moss. 539 Clematis St.. West Palm Beach. Fie.. slating age. etc. Rabbi Lehrman Speaks Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, delivered the principal address at the memorial services sponsored by the Miami Beach Elks Lodge 1601. on Thursday. December 1. at 8:30 p.m.. at 720 West Ave. The program was presented in honor of the departed members of the Elks Lodge. Sol Goldstrom was in charge of program arrangements and Exalted Ruler Morris G. Warner presided. Theatre Party Slated A theatre party has been arranged by Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith. for Saturday, December 3, it has been announced by A. Budd Cutler, president. Alfred Bieley. chairman of the event, has arranged for the group to attend the University of Miami Box Theatre's production ot "Comedy of Errors." QMe* CHICKS SoUPs .... Utiesi tlui eoe*! WITH < MATZOH !$ BALLS *WITH KREPLACH • ^SS HOROWITZ MARGARETEN CONDENSED CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS WITH NOODLES ^%A WITH *Ws\ "ICE • \&jp Th >•• >. II. you M'l He MI*. Mill yov Hi If••*•' %  JACOB D. GREENBERG 61, of 4485 Nautilus Drive, p awaj Tuesday In .. local hospital. He II irvlved bj Ms wife Lillian, a son Charles, of Miami Beach, and %  daughter, Mrs. iiuth Oreenbaum, ..f l; Kline, Ma.s. where the body was sent by Riverside Memorial Chap. I. WILLIAM HOFFMAN Of 2121 Lake Pancoast Drive, Miami Beach, passed away last FYIda\ Services wen h.l.l at the Riverside Memorial t'hapel with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Interment took place in Mt. win. cemeterj Mr, Hoffman came to Miami ten rear, ago. II. I. survived by his wife, Charlotte; a sun, James, ;i daughter, .Mrs. Irene Reich; ;i brother Solomon, %  >f New Ycrk, ami one grandson. MISS SUE HELIGMAN 29, of Hi" Pennsylvania Ave., passed awa> Sunday, she is survived by her mother, Mr.. Ida Heilgman and %  i sister, Mrs. Ann Leslie, Miami Beach. Services were heiri at the Riverside Memorial Chapel ^followed by Interment In Mt. Nebo Cemet. Unveiling AUSTIN UNVEILING The unveiling of a memorial t< thmemory of the late Bella Esther Austin. :'::>',i S.W. 15th St.. will take place Sunday afternoon al 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Murraj Grauer, "f Cong. Di-th El, will officiate tlve. and friend, are asked to attend. Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proverb* SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes. In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families. ^ r >u d "y Palm Di.trlbutor.. Ine.-14 N.E. Nth St., Miami-Phone MW GORDON 710 S.W. 1W Avenue phono 34431 or S-l* JOS. L. PUJMMER Funeral Director PAGE FIVE fcr, %  \ GARTENBERG and SCHECHTER Are Back Again Ai the Beautiful HELENE HOTEL 1030 15th StreetMiami Beach Nirit -ilv Kosher Dining Room Noted for Outstanding Jewish Cuisine Open to the Public You are invited to hold your Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs and all Social Functions in our Dining Room where you will receive our special attention. FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-5785 fl iff FOR EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & C. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER LOIV-IWJ? 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PAGE SIX "Jf-nrst FhrkHan FRIDAY. DECEMBER < > I N i Mimsye Seiden Becomes Mrs. Leon May In Temple Israel Ceremony Nov. 20 Before an altar covered with white chrysanthemums and greens Miss Mimsye Seiden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seiden of 4410 Nautilus Drive, Minmi Beach, became the bride of Leon Mav, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer May of Nashville. Tenn.. at Temple Israel November 2C. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan read the candlelight service. Preceding and during the ceremony, bridal music was presented y Miss Frances Tarboux. organist, and Miss Baraba Ehart was vocal soloist. The bride, given in marriage her father, wore a gown of ivory satin, fashioned off the shoulder with a yoke of net and long tight sleeves. Sprays of seed iris were embroidered on the %  alder line as well as over the i tire gown and court train. Her tap of pleated net and valley ilies secured a full length veil n both sides of the train. She : ied a cascade bouquet of Lit lilies and white orchids. Mrs. Robert Blum, Jr. of Nash. lie, sister of the bridegro Who served as matron of honor. was gowned in ice blue satin. The bridesmaids. Miss Terry Blumberg of Dothan. Ala., and Miss Henriet Goldman of Miami Beach, wore identical gowns of ice blue satin. All attendants carried satin muffs covered with shaded orchid pompoms. Miss Greta Joseloff kept the bride's book. Nancy May Blum, attired in blue ruffled net. was flower girl. Gus Kahn. Jr. of Nashville served as best man. Ushers were Ronald Seiden. brother of the bride. Morris Burk and Robert Brenner of Miami Beach. Robert Blum, Jr., and Joe Gilbert. Jr.. of Nashville, and Howard Seiden of Chicago. A reception following the cere:. was held at the home of the ide's parents. Receiving the %  s is were the bride's mother who wore a grey crepe gown with draped neckline and overskirt %  gray Chantillv lace with deep pie orchids; Mrs. May in a strapless cocoa lace and net gown ever turquoise tafetta with matching net stole and bronze orchids: i-.nd Mrs. Charles Greenfield, maternal grandmother of the bride, in beaded pink chiffon and white orchids. For going away, the former Miss Seiden chose a gray suit with square collar trimmed in steel cut beads, gray hat, and navy accessories. After a wedding trip to Havana, Mexico and New Orleans, the newlyweds will make their home in Nashville. The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami and the University of Wisconsin She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. The bridegroom attended the Peabody Demonstration School in Nashville. He was graduated from Vanderbilt University where he was affiliated with Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. Mr. Mav is a member of the Woodmont CounMrs. Leon May try Club in Nashville. During the war he served in the Navy for three years and was discharged with the rank of lieutenant and is now associated with the May Hosiery Mills. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer May. Mr. and Mrs. Dan May. Miss Betsy May. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blum, Jr., Nancy May Blum. Joe Gilbert. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kahn. Jr. all of Nashville: Mr. and Mrs. Myer Blumberg and Miss Terry Blumberg, Dothan. Ala.; Mrs. Max Bloch, Mrs. Gus Bloch and Miss Helen Bloch. Memphis, Tenn.: Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Morris, and Mrs. Sam Brackstone of Corinth, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Garfinkel. Mrs. I. M. Garfield, Mrs. J. Theil, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gutman all of Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Seiden and Howard Seiden of Chicago: Mrs. Al Landsman of New York City; Mr. find Mrs. Harry Cantor of Elizabeth, N. J. Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, i THE MOST LUXURIOUS AND LARGEST STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM IN THE SOUTH IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAILY FROM 4 TO 10 P. M. CHEF'S SPECIAL $1.75 WE ALSO SERVE A LA CARTE Under supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director DINNER MUSIC BY IRVING PIETRACK AND HIS ORCHESTRA MAITRE D—HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG CATERING FACILITIES FROM "THE SMALLEST TO THE LARGEST" 8 Beautiful Banquet Rooms for Every Occasion WEDDINGS. LUNCHEONS. BANQUETS. CLUBS. SOCIALS. PARTIES AND CONFIRMATIONS Meeting Rooms Available to Bonafide Organizations Free o/ Charge 2 LINCOLN ROAD DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN FOR INFORMATION PHONE 58-4180 Mrs. Shubow Entertains Mrs. Minnie Shubow held open house at her home, 422 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, on Saturday, November 19. in honor of the Bar Mitzvah of her grandson. Marvin Eugene Bloom. Members of Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach were on hand to celebrate the occasion. Mrs. Levine and Mr. and Mrs. William Malmuth made contributions to the Jewish National Fund in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. Rita Rothblatt, Jerry Seftell Wed Rabbi Simon April solemnized the marriage of Miss Rita Rothblatt to Jerry Seftell on October 23 at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rothblatt. 1601 N.W. 18th St. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Murray Seftell, 1931 S.W. 22nd Ave. The bride wore a brocaded damask gown. A cluster of damask flowers secured her veil. She carried a prayer book covered with white orchids and stephanotis. Miss Bernice Rothblatt was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were her cousins, the Misses Bernice and Julie Chabner and Miss Theda Bohr. Raymond Seftell was best man and ushering were Slan Kessler, Victor Leff and Herbert Gross. Mrs. Seftell attended schools in the North. Her husband attended the University of Florida, where he was affiliated with Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. The couple motored to New York for a wedding trip. Spectors To Celebrate Golden At Family Dinner Sunday Night Wedfi Mi. and Mrs. William Spector A family dinner at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel on Sunday night. December 4. will mark the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. William Spector. 6860 Abbott Ave.. Miami Beach. Married in Philadelphia on December 5. 1899. the Spectors spent most of their married life in Stanton. Va.. where their four sons. Louis. Martin W.. J. Bernard and Charles Henry, were born. Mr. and Mrs. Spector and Bernard, moved to Miami Be in 1936. Mr. Spector was engaj in the hotel business. In 1943] sold his interest in the Yorker Hotel and has been tired since. Bernard and Marl also reside nere. Mrs. Spector's brother sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. L. Barber, who live in Mid Beach will attend the dinner •Ir. HaflaKsali To Hold Formal The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold its 1950 membership formal on Saturday, December 10. at 8:30 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beach. Miss Shirley Friedman, membership chairman, announces that there will be entertainment and music will be provided by Mai Malkin's orchestra. Crowning of a membership queen will be the highlight of the evening. Charma Cohen, co-chairman, Di tie Pepper and Joyce Schne| man. Serving with on the dance Miss Friedman committee are Mrs. Jerry Seftell SUNRtfPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM REST. COWVAl ESCEMd AKD OtftOMIC USES M •MMbCT IO~ COM.. FLORIDAJ AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 • 1742 S. W. 11th TERRACE — CBS DUPLEX 3-BEDROOMS UP — 3-BEDROOMS DOWN Close to School*, Shul, Buses. 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%  v DECEM BER 2, 1949 personally Speaking esa Cohen flew in from New York, where she is a hei on Time magazine, to spend the Thanksgiving week f^, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen. %  [•Thanksgiving baby—a son, Michael Allan—was born to >Mrs. j ac k S. Mintzer at St. Francis Hospital on NovemJcrt 9:4 s am Tne Mintzers who live at 101 8 Venetian Aid three weeks previously set up their printing of the fcjnouncement and were able to predict to the day the ibirth. All that had to be added to roll the announcements inress were the name and time of birth. ,p Egbbi Colman A. Zwitman, spiritual leader cf Temple $ spending several weeks in New York, where he is nina treatment at Mount Sinai Hospital. ^ y f, Anton Loebs of DiLido Island, Miami Beach, had triple I to celebrate on November 24. Not only was this Thanksia nd Mrs. Loeb's birthday, but a son was born to the:u I date. M M iuneymoonina at the Royal Palm Hotel in Miami Beach k. and Mrs. Euaene Schwed of Bronx, N. Y. This trio is £g Mrs. Schwed, the former Sarah Newman of Brooklyn. fond Scranton. Pa., an opportunity to visit with her close Mrs. Frieda Rappaport, 2136 N.W. 8th Ave. -It I Senator-elect and Mrs. Herbert Lehman were recent guests iBillmore Hotel, Palm Beach. ^Milton Weisman, New York, who has business interests in i Beach and West Palm Beach, spent several days in that (before emplaning for San Juan, Puerto Rico. | The bris for Arnold Gene Bernstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernstein, 1520 S.W. 5th St., was held Thanksgiving day ihome of h:s parents. Sandek was I. Schwartz, the baby's ilather. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Palmer. I Rev. Lazarus Lehrer officiated. > JeistrkrMir*r) PAGE SEVEIN Thelma Rappaport, Sidney Potlock Exchange Vows Al Sorrento Hotel Miss Thelma Rappaport i xchanged vows with Sidney Potock on November 20 at 7 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel. Miami Bi before Rabbi Max Sh.,piro. The bride is the ch.ufihter of Mr and Mrs H. Rapp., P ,,:t. 3070 S.W. .ith St. Mr. Pollock's parents IZ thl A. Potl a of Baltin re, Md. Given in marriage by her Rochelle Draizan. cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Mac Stein, cousin of the bride. was best man. For the occasion the bride's mother wore light blue lace and pu:ple orchids, whilethe bridegroom's mother was attired in light green crepe, also with orchids. TALES of HOFFMAN fa OH.C* Ride Slated %  Youne Adult Group of the I Gables Jt\v:>h Center will I s membership hay ride on day. December 4. at 1 p.m. I group will U^ivc from the 320 Palern.o Ave. DN ROOFING AND [SHEET METAL WORKS %  in yw roof repaired now; you |*II (l> on i now roof lator "Sjtiiftctory Work by Experienced Men" 414 I. W. 22nd Avenue •'HONE 4.MM Violinist To Be Soloist With U-M Symphony Tossy Spivakovsky. phenomenal Russian-American violinst. will be soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Orches-.ra on Sunday and Monday. December 11 and 12. at the Miami High School auditorium. As a special attraction. Modi Alloo. the musical director, has programmed the first American performance of a new work by a Norwegian composer. Symphony No. One by Klaus Egge. xow OPEX Fischer's Bake Shop IM23 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Specializing j n thv Finest Cakes. Pastries, Roll* and ttread PHONE 86-8982 Remember the Three Baers? We see them regularly at Original Hoffman's for Sunday breakfast —Poppa Baer. Mama Baer and the little Baer behind, usually. One day someone had beaten The former Miss Rappaport atthem to their favorite table. tended schools in Indianapolis. "Somebody is sitting in MY mi and was a vice president of Debbs Chapter. B'nai B'rith loung Women. Her husband is a Nm ran. After a wedding One table i ti.p to >.• w > rk, the couple will %  r ,..-c a •• lalti nore. Nuptials Scheduled Ml Mrs. J. Cohen announce %  rriage of their Milton of Mr. and Mrs. %  ; %  %  I tak Saturd evening. December 3, a* th El. 500 s.W. A\( Relatives and friends inviti attend. A. I. KAPLAN Mrs. Sidney Pollock father, the bride wore a white satin gown fashioned along princess lines and featuring a scooped out neckline, a satin bertha trimmed in seed pearl. Her illusion veil fell from a seed pearl tiara. She carried a bible topped with white orchids. Mrs. Sara Berkowitz of Baltimore, sister of the bridegroom, served as matron of honor in pink satin. Bridesmaids were the Misses Sylvia Zagoria and Margery Weinstein. who were dressed in identical gowns of teal blue and American beauty red taffeta. Young Miami attorney, savs: "I am enthusiastic about FARR. They're my kind of people — efficient, friendly and accurate." FA IS It Your Travel Agent chair." boomed Papa Baer and before %  Momma could lower the boom. Babv Baer s;:id. "Why fuss? s as nice as the other. eat" So they had orange juice (freshly squeezed I and then some porridge, oatmeal to you. Papa and Mama Baer loved it. fount! it neither too hot nor too cold. It was JUST right. But Baby Baer refused to eat his oatmeal. '! %  .'.anted Goldi-lox. He had some goiden-lox at the er and shoot him, spando what you will, he wanted lox. Papa Baer couldn't bear to a;^u> wi h his pride and boy. so they ordered some smoked salmcn Ir. tasting it, Papa and Mama tasted so much of it. they forgot to leave some for Baby. "Somebody ate up all MY lox." he cried, but little Cookie Beck, aged 4. sitting at the next table and secretly in love with Baby Baer. sneaked him a few cookies and saved the day. As the Three Baers were leaving, someone who'd been listening to Barrv Gray too long, said ""Better lox next time.'" And Baby Baer. a Buddy Allen prospect, retorted. "Who are you. Turhan Bay-gel?" So for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just "puns" and coffee, if you cat like a bear or a baby, drop in at air-conditioned ORIGINAL HOFFMANS Meltzer Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Buster Meltzer. owner of the Colony Restaurant. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 2:30 p.m. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating Friends are asked to attend, I HOLIDAY CERAMIC GIFTS iPiudio o-fi. QeAamicl CERAMIC INSTRUCTION AFTERNOON AND EVENING CLASSES COMPLETE LINE OF CERAMIC SUPPLIES AND KILNS OPEN MON.. TUES. AND THURS. EVES Plcne 48-7221 2751 Coral Way. Miami. Florida ,Ptll KENHOLZ NORMAN UENCELSON IKeiiliolz Kosher Meat Products 1 Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere • PONCE DE LEON r^7 Exclusive lor "999" (Cor. Almeria Ave.) ACT\ Real Kosher—New York WHOLESALE & RETAIL WE WILL SERVE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS L under the supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakss Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Director NUB >1II ll>(. ROOMS AlfD T *0 LARGE AUDITORIUMS Al completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for •Wings. Bar Mitivahs. Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. %  P u Plenty of Parking Space. NE SIDNEY H. PALMER. 4-5922. 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DINING ROOM Is Now Open to The Public Strictly Kosher Meals Served For Reservations CALL 5-0041 ON THE OCEAN 12th ST. & OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BCACH Vir Conditioned Mr. Joseph Waldman— Owner The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Informs the Jewish Public That: 1. Meat markets which do not have the sign fl 10 J of the G.M.V.R. H "i C 3 displayed are not supervised nor en dorsed by the Vaad; 2. Chickens without the ring of the G.M.V.H. Ft 18 i are not supervised nor endorsed by your Vaad. Other information In the field of Kashruth in this area may be obtained by calling our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 81S Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach, Phone 3-35S3. HARRY SIRXIN. Pre*. A. M. BEAR. Vice Piee. H. SOOT1N. Sec. S. LOBEL. Trees. ii i



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PAGE EIGHT +Jet* is* neridfan FRIDAY. DECEMBP VMp, Bride To Attend Dinner The nation's favorite honeymooners. Vice President A B. rkley and liis bride, will be the main attraction at Miami's Jefferson-Jackson Day Victory dini December 17. when more than 3.000 Democrats are expected to gather in Dinner Key auditorium. Although the Veep has been listed as the main speaker, he will have some oratorical competition from Senators Claude Pepper and Spessard L. Holland. Governor Fuller Warren and U. S. Representative George' Smatheis. More than a dozen Greater Miami radio stations are expected to broadcast the event. It will also be televized. Democrats are being asked to pay only $10 per plate for the feast. Since Dinner Kev will accommodate only 3,000 dinners. Democrats were advised by the committee in charge to purchase tickets well in advance of the occasion. The dinner will start promptly at 7:30 p.m. Purpose of the dinner is to raise party campaign funds, to increase party solidarity and to bring as many as possible of those back into the Democratic party who voted Dixiecrat in 1948, committee members said. Seventy-five per cent of the net proceeds from the dinner will be turnd over to the state Democrats and the other twenty-five per cent will be sent to the national treasury. Auxiliary Plans Benefit Partv Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold a benefit card party at 8 p.m. on Sunday. December 4. in the Dora August Memorial Hall of Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Proceeds will go to the auxiliary's pledge in the drive to raise litnds for building a Jarger home. Mesdames Isidor Cohen. Joel Zalis. Harry Einhorn, Jack Krone and J. Katz are in charge of arrangements. Card Party Slated A mah jong and card party is scheduled by the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary. Norman Bruce Brown Post 174. for Thursday, December 8. at 8 p.m. at Congregation B*th El, 500 S.W. i 17th Ave. Prizes will be awarded and refreshments will be served. All proceeds will be used for the group's work at Pratt General Hospital, Coral Gables. Other plans for December include a games party for patients at Pratt on Thursdav. December 15. and a holiday carnival at the hospital on December 22. Isaiah Youth Plan Danee "December S'no." a dance and entertainment will be sponsored by the Temple Isaiah Young People's League at the Shelborne Hotel, 1801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, on Saturday, December 10. at 9 p.m. Featured on the evening's program will be a rumba contest with prizes for the winners. Slated '•.>' appear in the floor show are Johnny Gloria, baritone; Jerri Mason, female impersonator and pantomimic: Lillian Steen. coloratura soprano. Al Kullick will serve as master of ceremonies. This group of women has been sewing and cr months in preparation for the Temple Beth Sholo ber 6 at the temple. The bazaar, which is under t for two days beginning December 6 from 11 a.m. t clothes io antiques and washing machines will b wards the support of Temple Beth Sholom religi Shown here are: (seated) the Mesdames L. M. Bernard Bloom, David Denner, O. Rosenberg; (sta Mencher, Louis Stoff, Camille Baum, Reuben Phi chairman). A. Green. Pat Leslie, Allen Wagner, C eating arts and crafts items for the oui m Sisterhood Bazaar which will open on he chairmanship of Mrs. Bessie Nelson o midnight. Items of every description i e sold and auctioned, proeceds of which wil ous schol. Danerhirsh, L. Rosenihal. Ira Rosen, Abel nding) the Mesdames Irving Marcus I Hips. A. Karton, Lyon Pitt, S. Pack, Bessie! harles Raab. Beth Tfilah Women To Hold Get-Together Affair The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Tfilah will hold a get-together supper in honor of members who recently returned to Miami Beach on Sunday, December 4, at 5 p.m. at the synagogue. A program has been arranged by I Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. spiritual leader of the congregation. The committee in charge of the | affair includes the Mesdames Ida j Diamond, chairman. Rachel Katz.' Hyman Zaidman. Pearl Graetz. | Rose Kaplan and A. Pakula. 1000 Attend AZA. BBG Services At Beach Center Over 1000 attended the silver anniversary AZA and BBG B'nai B'rith Sabbath service held Friday evening at the Miami Beach Jewish Center with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officating. Greetings from B'nai B'rith Girls was given bv Mavis Meyers, and greeting from Aleph Zadik Aleph were given by Stephen Fregger. Others participating were Jay Linn. Catherine Rothman, Morton Smith, Louis Goldberg. Tobie Goluskin and Stephan Kobley. Ehrenreich Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Wil. Ham Ehrenreich, husband of Mrs. Rose Ehrenreich. will take place on Sunday, December 11. at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. : Mr. Ehrenreich, who passed away j November 29, 1948. is also surI j vived by two sons, Milton, Miami I ; Beach and Dr. Jack, Buffalo, N. i i V.: one sister, Pearl: and two | | brothers, Abe and Sol. Relatives and friends are asked to be i present. Tropical Park Opening More than 100 riders and a capacity quota of approximately 950 thoroughbreds wpre on hand when xrOplCdi r-aric opened on. Wednesday to begin Miami's first horse racing meeting of the 194950 season. Among the officials present for the opening were Gerald Brady, director of racing: Francis P. Dunne, racing secretary; William R. Dahlstrom, assisting racing secretary; Albert H. Nun. Thomas A. Steele and James P. Ross. Jr.. placing judges; George Snow. George Read, F. G. Farrell and James H. Butwell, patrol judges: A. Bonagura, clerk of scales; Thomas J. Brown and Read, paddock judges; George R. Wingfield, starter; Nun, timer; Henry E. Collins, general superintendent, and Dinty D. Dennis who has been returned to the post of publicity director after four years. Postmaster To Speak Samuel P. Valliere, chief postmaster of the Miami and Miami Beach office, will be the principal speaker at the Miami Beach, B'nai B'rith, luncheon flub on Tuesday, December 6, at 12:15 p.m., at the Hamburger Hearth Restaurant, 1475 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, it has been announced by Jack Gold, club chairman. %  si Alumnae Barbecue A barbecue dinner and dance will be held by the Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association on Saturday, December 3, at 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Leonard Jacobson, 6410 Bay Road, Miami Beach. The party will be informal and is being arranged by Mrs. Al Rubin. Mrs. Arthur Kaplan and Mrs. Harold Stone. All alumnae and their guests are invited to attend. 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1949 iL^^tfhridliair PAGE NINE ns rices Dedication conducted by fantor Lcib Lange at the Kneseth Israel, 1415 C Miami Beach, on 1 Saturday. December g Will usher in a weektdkation celebration. Jay. December 18, at 4 I dedication program will Mayor Harold Turk, Ml ami rabbis and other fcal leaders. Cantor Lange fing at that time. L December 20. has been Sas"Lad,esNi:-f.and nf the congregations ELxiliary will be installed fevenmw A prominent will be guest speaker. Snportamv of the SynAL Jewish Life will be the of the program scheduled Wednesdav's "Synagogue presidents of all Greater ,iynagcgue= have been infer the event. ,jsh Education Night is (or Thursday. December 22. fcn of Kneselh Israel Tallorah will participate in a a program at this as"sunday. December 25. at 3 iSeferTorah presented to magogue bv Solomon Steinbe dedicated At 8 p.m. on date a buffet supper will ither information about the ition schedule may be ob| by listening to Rabbi i weekly broadcasts over Ion Sunday from 12:15 to p.m. |t§t Drive Extended le County Community d $1,004,448 drive, which ttted less than 40 per cent of hal after a m nth of earning, will be extended inly, leaders announced this The eampaien originally Ijcheduled to end November :: Six Miami.'ius (M-I Zionist Offices Six members of the Miami Beach Zionist District were elected to regional offices at the group's Southeastern conclave in Atlanta. Jake Felt was named honorary president; I. R. Goodman, regional vice president for Florida; Alex Van Straaten, honorary vice president; Abe Goodman. S. A. Goodman and Rabbi Leon Kronish. administrative committee members. Ben R. Winick of Knoxville. Tenn., was named president. The conference adopted a budget of $65,000 for the American Zionist Fund which powers the educational and public relations projects of the ZOA and $15,000 for the American House in Israel, a project initiated by the organziation last summer through the special efforts of President Daniel Frisch. Among the resolutions of major importance were an endorsement of President Frisch and his administration; support of the proposals of the Israeli government for dealing with the question of Jerusalem; approving a move to bring North Carolina into the Southeastern Region: launching of a special membership drive in honor of Mortimer May: and giving all-out aid to the successful culmination of the UJA drives in the various communities. Highlights of the conference were addresses by President Daniel Frisch and Senator Estes Kefauver of Tennessee. R LI "? P for the testimonial dinner honoring David Whitman, president of Congregation Beth Jacob, are the members of the congregation pictured here. Left to right are I. Brenner, Joseph Cohen Max D. Goldhagen, Harry Sonz. co-chairman; Dr. Maurice Klein, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Judge Bernard Frank, M. B. Frank, co-chairman: Mai Englar.der. publicity chairman; rfathan Schwartz. Saul Genet, program chairman; Samuel Deutsch. Temple Israel Ladies To Meet Chanuka will provide the main theme for the December meeting and party of the Temple Israel Sisterhood on Monday. December 5, at 1:30 p.m. in Kaplan Hall. Miss Susan Korn, chairman of the Council of North London Progressive Synagogues, will speak on "The Rededication of Liberal Judaism in the New Era." New members will be invited to participate in the Chanuka candle lighting ceremony. Mrs. Pany Flaum will demonstrate floral arrangements. Lania To Speak To Local Units Leo Lania. distinguished foreign correspondent, playwright and novelist, will speak at the Temple Beth Sholom Oneg Shabbat Friday. December 2. after the evening service. He will also address the young adult conclave to be held December 9. 10 and 11 at the University of Miami south campus. Lania, whose record of unbelievable adventure has made him a man of many countries and many daring escapes, is now one of the editors of the United Nations World Magazine. During the war. he served with the Office of War Information as editor of foreign language propaganda broadcasts beamed to the enemy nations. In this work. Lania had behind him more than 20 years experience as an editor and foreign c*respondent in Austria and Germany, having at one time served as a foreign correspondent in Austria and Germany, having served as assistant to Edgar A. Mowrer when the latter was Berlin correspondent of the Chicago Daily News. Marriage Announced Mrs. Lena Abenson. 942 Penni sylvania Ave.. Miami Beach, announces the marriaoo nf hpr son, Saul M.. to Lillian Berg, formerly of Buffalo. N. Y. on November I 3. The couple is residing at 942 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. 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PAGE TEN *Je*ist> ncrkfian %  ^ % Sen. Pepper To Address Academy Anniversary Dinner December 11 Stnator Claude Pepper will address the second annual anniversary dinner .if Miami Beach's Hebrew Academy on December 11 j.t Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel. Dr. David S. Andron. president of the academy, announced this Senator Pepper, senior senator from Florida, has achieved high recognition as a liberal leader in •!>e federal government. Topic of Senator Pepper's keynote address has not yet teen revealed. "Becaii I Senator Pepper's outstanding reputation as one of .HI: national leadei s and bee HI hi-; forcefulness as a speaker, we feel we are particularly i n tun. %  in si curing him as chief penki I the December 11 event." asserted committee chairman. Aaron Courshon. Other high ranking governmental officials and educational leaders expected to attend the event include Senator Spessard L. Holland. Gov. Fuller Warren, Rep. George Smathers. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Thomas Bailey, University ol Miami President Bowman F. Ashe and Miami Beach Mayor Harold Turk, i lhairman Courshon predii I I a ecord turnout of friends of th< l. bn A< i I my tor the dinner, stating that "the appeal of our pi %  upled with the other inte '• t!u dinner, should insure an enthusiastic response Chanyfca Preparation Institute Slated For Tuesday At Miami Jewish Center ann nuka Pre• n institute fo Sri i i ii .!< wish i lommunity Cei ter O MHA), 540 S.W. 16th Vvi The institute will b< gin at 30 n and c include al 12 noon '! iiienti: e morning will 1 %  ; to instruction "i parents anuka songs, games, recipes i i i. fam IUS I i'..e. stories and %  ations tor the festival. Arhave been made ..t enter to i for all childn n II f een thi ages of three and renl maj bring < hildn n with then, Tin institut) is being sponsored ie Bun ..'.i ol .Jewish Educa: ation with all PTA's itei'hoods "I Jewish IMII. itions Beth David Congregaion will be represented by Mis. rlai y Gordon, Mrs. Abraham '. %  • tan; Congregation Beth El, Mrs. Cymie Cantor and Mrs. Edward Schwartz: Coral Gables. Richmond and Mrs. :' nG tai United Is, Mrs. Bill Fishman and Mrs. Esther C >hi n; Miami Hebrew School. M;s. I) irothy Bl ink and Mrs. Fanny April; Temple [s ael, Mrs. Max Meisel; North Side Ci nti Mrs. Rose Borken and Mrs Tessie Rolnick: Hialeah.; mi Springs Center, Mrs. Irene Bi cker and Mrs. Grace Goldstein The faculty of the institutwill consist "i the Mesdames Leon Kronish, Max SI i Els irtzman, Julius Samuels and Cantor Maurice Mamches. A special Chanuka h >okle1 pared by the Bureau of Jewish 11 be d stributed at the institute. Furth a ini irmati m be obtajned by calling "i3. 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1949 .rah ti* bf rah --,./ musical tea ^Jenist fhrldtori in th ,• Hotel. rjecember 8. at Puguda Room b : rSppwr on the pi ii Be 'JStf Harold Winn. proon, -v Mini '. -\' '" are ,-eni. •" Ti-:ii; nm y. William Rubin, V. alsey. r S£S£ „nd Herbert ^imon Named jist P sts LR.L%  -£.*?*. £ iGablesZi n I District, L, Simon, member of L were elected to the Utive committee of the Mhe con:. [*,*£! L^, re gion recently held olutmns ttee and liber oft)ncomj -.he conventi M meeting f the group t at he h Mr and EL127N.\ r Ct. Over 100 Leading Citizens Invited To Delmonico Dining Room Opening The openinq of the new Delmrmir-n 4i Delrnonico Hotel wiUbe celebrafedSoyt^inrDeclS 6, it was announced yesterday by David Rosner Rosner with his family associates recently acquired the swank Delrnonico on a ten-year lease. Th-> hotel, in the ex elusive North Beach strand of Miami Beach, will specialize m cuisine and die! PAGE ELEVEN traditional laws. Guests invited to parl the dininR room's official opening include more than one hui distinguished figures in | n Greater Miami community, in professional, business banking and religious circles. Hosts at the opening dinner will be Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Slotnick. The dinner is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Rosner recently completed extensive remodeling of the Delmonico, and redecoration of the I ho attended the meet lobby and guest rooms. Containttfrom the Coral Gables ing lol rooms on the oceanfr.mt sp-ved as c i-chairman at 64th St.. the Delmonico boasts 1 its own 200 feet of private be an outdoor swimming pool and dance-patio, a marine promenade overlooking the ocean, full carvna ctfony. and its own largo private parking lot on C Ave. opposite the hotel. On the premises are complete guest services and facility's i*i?luding barber shop and beauty shop. • and tour, valet and laundrv service. Photo Studio Opened Leo L. Steinri G, J. Hummel announce the opening of the Donna Lee Studi< traiture and ph t 311 Lincoln Road. Suite 214-215. Miami Beach. Steinman an I Hummel have had over ten ye experience in the pi'.-' field. Both Miolmii Slaios M-llav Sunday, December 4, will be M-Day at Temple Beth Sholom. according to pn announcement by Judge Kenneth Oka. membership chairman. "M-Day is Membership Day." explained Judge Oka. "At a brunch meeting, to be held at 10 o'clock Sunday morning in the temple patio, members of the conlion will be divided into teams of two to call on unaffiliated families in the community in order to enroll them into the temple. The teams will report back at noon, at which time it is expected that 100 new families will be added to the temple's fastgrowing membership rolls. All temple members are urged to participate in this M-Day event." Sanford Jacobson To Become Bar Mitzvah Sanford. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson, 1530 S.W. 22nd Terr., will oecome Bar Mitzvah at the. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Saturday, December 3. at 9 a.m. He will address the congregation and Rabbi Simon April will u-spor.d. A reception will follow the ceiemonv. Relatives and friends are invited. COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5.00 ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 LEGAL NOTICE S i above is Celia [premiere ac*.r:3S of the ] Theatre who will apMhe Piaxa Theatre. Miach. for one wetk be| December 6 in "Where hild?" On the same bill IScUisky and Choir will lured in a cantorial short TTrumpel Is Sounded." mm of Immortal porials for the Jewish Trade ICU I. W. 8th StrMt iltK for the 2-Story White Building ENT Co. pERS S35.00 PLUS PIEHY CHARGES -ndays Phone 4-3243 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OTI ':: l.s HKREBY rilVEN thai • %  rage •: %  %  tlou* name 1 ll HI" Until SI M %  reglm< %  : •:.. I '|| %  lit O >..... %  Fliirlda. :•: R. ADLKR ll:i:.\ LEGAL NOTICE ORD'-R TO APPEAR IX Till-: CIRCT1T COl'RT • 'K THE 11TH Jl'DIClAL CIRlTIT oK FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DACE C.'NTV. — IN CHANVERY, So. 128688 LOIS E, CLAYTON, Pl.-ilinlff, vs. QEOROE E CLAYTON, Defendant. foil, QGORGE E CLAYTON, "30 S. Greenleaf Ave., Whlttler, fornta, are required to Rnce In thi abo 1 ntltled null for divorce on the 30 day of December, 1949, or a d( rei oafeMO will be entered against you. Dated thl 30 day <>f November, K. B LEATHERMAN, clerk of th Court. (Circuit Curt Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MOIE J. L TENDRICH Attorney at i-i' S7 Blacayne HuilJing I Mi.,mi. Florida j VZ I'-y-l-i-i':: NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE ClRCt'IT CUl'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL [RCt'lT IN AND FOR l/N'TY, FI.HRIKA. — IN CHANCERY, No, I2867S Ji >SBPH LOZITO, Pla tiff ELEANl IR I.' iZIT" >, Defendant You ELEANl IR U >ZI I'D. Sum %  I ... 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FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. In Re: ESTATE OF ESTHER E. GOLDSTEIN. Deceased. T" Ali i'redll %  '• %  '' %  Al P it i Having Claims or Demands A ~ I V h of you, are hereby notified ind required I lent any ;,:.,i demands whi< h you. or eitlie-.•>' %  vou, may hav< gainst the of Esther E, G Wstein, delate of Mian ach, Dade Fiorl la, to the Hon. v l n, County Judge of D ide Coun.:. I Offl ;in Dade %  '. rid .. wil in %  Jht calendar m> i ths from the a ite of the said calms ,|.. .. i ant ind I %  be iw. rn I %  %  .; foresald. oi %  See S •" ,jt t!le IRVIN M. OOL1 STEIN, As i ''""'' ,n _\ ivemoe iME Bldg. Irvin M. Gol Isteln, BONDED GUARANTEE ^Massachusetts Bonding & Ins. Co. ORKIINJ GUARANTEES IS DRYW00D TERMITE CONTROL EASY TERMS! o • 3 YEARS %  • PAY! INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES NttlU 5 3528 Jk l3,h St. ^. MIAMI BEACH MIAN:I r m Pany f ned — f*Pan y fWrated South'f Oldest. 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BAY, prr.E MBER 2. 1949 +Jmtst>n* r irU~r, N Will Honor ii I. H. Ever • 2 Ave Miami Beach, will Jr. lesUmonial dinner in JL*„f Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. P f leader of t" e congregaRu 0 8 'lundav evening Jan, 8 1950. in the social hall of fa* t!i Mrs. Esther EisenrlSiliary President a Lr of prominent people'have Jtovited to pay tribute to the fthi Ever, who was engaged & Ot Kneseth Israel in EL was rabbi of Saratoga E Centre. Brooklyn, N, Y Even years. Born in Poland, /idied'in numerous European [Ss Following his arrival in P'a m 1926, he enrolled in Aiva University and was or1A with high scholastic "£ from the New Haven Upland Yeshiva in 1935. kub the prini i| speaker. [Attordirm to in announcement rDr. Herbi I Heiden, pres ; rt"nt JthelodBi'. the meeting will be fid on Wed i ly, December i. [the Community Center, Polk J. Holly wo %  Subject essman Rogers Idress will Unification and prl Harb A discussion Iriod will • I iw the talk. ICharli.s M. Daniels is chairman Jlhe evening and assisting him hLout'!:.i now, Ira Lieberman pd San. SI ti WORRYING Iw your loup or orution will them ? Ir Chair ]E N T A L |£RVICE 'ves lhe problem! • TABLES RENTED TOO! FOLDING FURNITURE CO. 1207 N.E. 1st Ave. I p HONE 2-6345 or 58-3557 Biscayne Track Meet Passes Half-Way Mark The Biscayne meeting has already passed the half-way mark in its 36-night session and kennel rivalry for top honors goes on in a spirited but friendly way. At this writing the Randle and Stutz kennels are tied with nine victories with Fred Whitehead second with eight and Marsh and Baxendale third with six each. Other kennels doing well are Ostlund. Ohlinger and Blair. Cen-Tex. Szigeti, Ostendorf and Williams. Paul Sutheland's establishment, boasting the Beach Comber-No Refund combinati in also has rung up four victories. As for mutuel plav. the mark is below last season's high figure although Biscayne has had to fight the elements as well as other night sport attractions, N i one had the hardihood ol pr iphesying a better-than-last-year season. but indications arc that business will be brisk enough to keep the wheels going around and track operators well satisfied. BBYW Schedule All-Day Meet Sunday. December 4, us the date s ^.['", l h '' first all-day workshop of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Young Women. Chapters which will participate in the day's activities are Debbs and Sharet of Miami, and Clara Hirsch Landau and Colman Zwitman of Miami Beach. Elaine Schwartz, president of the Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter. is general chairman ol the event which will take place at the Miami Beach Y from 9 a.m. 'to 5 p.m. and at Hillel House, from 8 p.m. until midnight. Purpose of the woi kshop is to promote a spirit of cooperation among the four chapters. Miss Schwartz said. One or more delegates from each chapter will be present at thi conclave. Committee meetings will be held in the morning, and the afternoon session will consist of reports and general discussion. Luncheon will be served at Chinatown Charlie's Restaurant. Guest speaker will be Dr. Gordon Lovejoy. of the University of Miami faculty. Chapter delegates will present a short skit as part of the midday program. Sharet Chapter, whose president is Mrs. Sam Steen.' Is in charge of the afternoon's activities. The day's activities will be climaxed Sunday evening at 8 p.m. at a dance at Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Entertainment wil be presented by all chapters, with Miss Louise Krupsaw, president of Colman Zwitman Chapter in charge. The dance will hi open only to workshop delegates and their escorts. Miss Doris Brown, president of Debbs Chapter, and Miss Schwartz are in charge of refreshments. Guests invited to the workshop include local and district B'nai B'rith leaders and chapter advisers. Any young woman between the ages of 18 and 25. wishing to join a B'nai B'rith Young Woman's chapter, is asked to contact any of the chapter presidents for further information. Isaac Levin Unit To Bowl Dec. 14 Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will hold a "Bowling Night" meeting on Wednesday. December 14. at 8:30 p.m.. it has been announced by Donald Eanett. president. Lou Ferrer, chairman of the evening's program, reveals that 3 lodge bowling team will be formed to compete with other teams in the area. Immediate goal, Ferrer slates, is a match with the Coral Gables, B'nai B'rith. bowling team, reported to be one of the best amateur teams in the state. The public is invited. ZJrL Lift lnurarte Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GAN S Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 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?AGE FOURTEEN +Jpist thriller %  \ \. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Northside Jewish Center. 6231 Temple Israel Reform 1 137 N.W. First Ct. N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitmar.: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. \ Rabbi Emeritus. : • Ith Avi \ %  Congregation beth Tiilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami 3each. Rabbi Joseph E. Racltavsky. r l %  %  %  I %  %  Hebrew Academy. 913 6th St.. Miami Beach. %  at 7 Miami Hebrew Scf.ooi and Conjugation (Orthodox 1101 S.W. 2th Avc. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Ke!emer. %  • %  Congregation Eeth El (Orthodox!, 590 S.W. nth Ave. Rabbi %  r-jrrdy Grauer. • Temple Emanu-El I Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Are.. Fo:t Laudtrdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. Coral Gables Jewish Ce.-.ter (Liberal. Rabbi Mcrris A. Skop: Cantor Joseph Malek. Avenue Palermo near Le Jeune. Frlda .I it !!i : %  net %  %  %  %  -• ----• s ..... :•• .Israelite Center General 3346 S.W. 24th St. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Be ach Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Car.to: Jacob Y. Goldrir.g. Congregation Kneseth Israel 'Orthodox', 1415 Euclid Ave, Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. I • Bel • \ %  I .. Congregation Beth David (Conservative', Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. %  %  ... %  %  .. %  .nf. Sal • • %  Bowen Appointed Announcement has been made ii the recent appointment of Owen Bowen as vice president of Southern Dairies. Inc. Mr. Bowen. who has been affiliated with the corporation since 1925, held the post of division jer for the state of Florida • N vember 8 promotion. that the office was ''no N\ w offices of the Miami Beach H using Authority were opened ntlj 2100 Washington Ave Max G .• %  dman, executive di%  • of the authority, stated inc for appli, 01 Vet a* TRUCKING BOND TRANSFER. Inc LOCAL & LONG DISTAL MOVING Phone 2-3144 1812 N. W. 7th Ave. North Shore Jewish Centei • (Conservative 916 Everglades Concourse. Miami Beach lAiti t Chaim Congregation Rev. Philip Fried. HAVE YOU HEARDOT^? "Roger's Rendezvous" ^. M M ; MIDNIGHT TO 3 AYEM Versatile Roger Krupp brings you music flavored with lie Krupp personality to produce cm extremely enjoyable three hours. "YOUR FAVORITE STATION FOR MUSIC AND NEW? Temple Betn s.-.oiom 'Liberal Jewish Community Center *' 4* Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Conservative), 2020 Polk St., Rabbi Leon Kronish; Canto: -iollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig• samue! Keiemer. Cantor Milter. Frceirr.ir.. Temple Isaiah Reform". 1055 Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rab:: Nfoshay ?. Man.-.. Congregation Young Israel 'Orthodox 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orhodox), 301-311 Washington Ave. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes:heloff. 'I %  Flagier-Grarada Jewish Cer. :er, 145 S.W. 45th Ave. N. W. Reliaious Conqreoetion, North Dade Jewish Center 'Conservative. 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. : %  3681 N. W. 2nd St. CHILDREN'S CAMP person* 2-a Aa. $-~, Se-. Child<**n'f s_-' — tCimos—Wett,-Q, | = et— School! ";.- en-Agart. D-s -• -. meet --.? %  •% 1-3 Budgets. R A V B4RSE 0 Bex 413 B t* en Fa k 4% HENRY E.WOLFF CO Vfl MHB 0/f V ** Safety Harker. Flenaa ^^ 8'.**e Tl*n i-3 St. Pr 4 \J% _^ THE CMfcttM Of FUBIM *^J e 20-.-Vrt Paridne on be Tir.pi Bjy e A Lnariooi H-Mrl mineral *a!et too e • camming board old • Cvlf !''[ [ JO e Art! rrjr Other Rtcresl -.11 Miaetal Baihi ManijM e ?:-,& e Physiotherapy Trrstn-n-i e Ceaaelifck D.-i? Anttica'i <.'.';'.•.•( 5;j—/. .'; %  f -'., %  • ) iafatj* Haroof %  -. %  %  ... n-->-i 1,.... is • •. • ::. w J: 5'-TI H Brr. D recto* J.-r-. G!J S. .1. Fro K diiian HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synaoogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Between F:ur:h ar.d Fifth Telephone 5-9017



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MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL SUPPLEMENT ii^be\wiisltUEIIiOipidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY •^^E22-NUMBER 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1949 PRICE: TEN CENTS Completion of Mount Sinai Hospital Culminates 14 Year Dream Front view of attractive Mount Sinai Hospital. More than 14 years ago the birth of a great hospital in Miami Beach was conceived to serve mankind from every walk of life. Today that dream has finally become a reality in Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, which will be dedicated to service to the community in a public inspection of the grounds Sunday. Soon after that the facilities of the hospital will be opened to the patients. It was back in 1935 on an Auqust afternoon that a group of determined men and women conceived that dream. They were infinitely interested in the welfare of their community and were confronted with a serious problem—adequate hospital facilities. The population was considerably less than it is now out the problem was acute. Now York City, was railed in to A decision was made then that : as imperative to start a camaise funds for a non•ectarian, non-profit general hosf: '-• %  '• aid take money — a lot 0! '-that was the beginning. their hopes and enovershadowed bv unfortunate events, the over the world, the fPe ol central and and then II. .. '" war was over, civic%  nwd leaders turned their !ain to that dream. The tor more hospital faeiliGreater Miami was in" !" ed. Not only had the per, 'itnt population increased, but 5. Was sw llen bv thousand l Vlsll0, s seeking surcease $ un relaxat oq under the Florida western the climax. '"'is group, spearheadB movement, formed a non|.\[ Y.;, ( ^" po, a A ion known as the Jiam,' nal Hospital of Greater c,.'"i', Inc -w 'th articles of inThat f atlon fi,ed in Dade Countv. thuV I aS 2 n March • 1M. and biV. dream of 1935 took a reality p forward to th e road of make a thorough survey of the hospital situation in this community. He confirmed the great need for beds in Dade County and the thousands of persons coming here as visitors, and vacationists made the ratio ol beds to population appallingly The permanent-re! pulation increased from 142.!)...-. in 1930 to 315.138 in 1945. A was pointed out that th include the vasl winti r population. I Dr. Golub's survey c .ncl ••It is obvious from all that has been said thus far in this study that there is a great need toi another modern hospital in Greater Miami. It should be a general hospital and should contain all the usual specialities needed. It should have private semi-private and wan beds n suitable proportions. It should have aim at rendering medical care at high scientific level, wftn a medical Staff that is skilled and proficient, aided by facilities designed and equipped to make this possible. A Plan should be developed for a 200-bed hosP'tal and 30 to 40 bassinets for newtracted nation-wide attention. Cooperation came from all parts of the country. Top stars of stage, motion pictures and radio and outstanding newspapermen and columnists volunteered their talents at benefit performances. The dream, founded on altruistic and humanitarian principles, was fast growine. The first president was Baron dc Hirsch Meyer; vice president. Sam Blank; secretary. Max Orovitz. and treasurer. Abraham Goodman. The drive was held in 1946-47 and reached its goal after a dynamic and progressive campaign. Now, the committee leaders were looking for a site. Meanwhile, because of the gravity of hospital needs in this arc a. Alton Road Hospital, which had served as a navy hospital during the war. was turned over to the Mount Sinai Hospital group in 1946 to serve in the breach. Stressing the need of early opening of the hospital, a committee was set up to rehabilitate, re-equip and prepare the hospital for operation by January 1. 1947. The committee was empowered to spend $15,000 to reconvert the building to civilian use. The group was headed by Alex Van Straaten. Dan B. Ruskin. chairman of the build (Continued on Page 18) the M Jacob J Golub, director of born infants." !" Hospital of Joint Diseases, The campaign for funds at Twinned in the shape of a cross with the fou r wings being serviced by a central corridor is vt i Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. Auxiliary facilities of the hospital include, left. Collins Mount a ^r ^ single f am ii y villas, and Johns Island, containing a swimming pool. The hospii 1 which will open following dedication ceremonies Sunday, is located at 4309 Alton Road. Miami Beach, and overlooks Biscayne Bay. > %  % 



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FAGE SIXTEEN m, ** i nrw*tir>r> I *j • %  Jackson Director Hails New Hospital With the dedication of Mt. Sinai Hospital on December 4, 1949, an outstanding contribution to the health service oi Southern Florida will have been made. The Jewish community is to be congratulated on the consummation of its long-laid plans to build on Miami Beach a great general hospital to serve the sick end injured of this area without distinction as to race, color cr creed. While its 214 beds will lighten temporarily the heavy burden of hospital service that has been borne by the older institutions of Dade County, their addition will leave us still far short of the normal needs of a community such as ours. Let us not sit complacently and permit our steadily growing population to outstrip our medical facilities but, instead, let us look at once 10 the initiation of other hospital projects that are either already needed or will be desperately needed long before they can be completed. C. C. HILLMAN, M.D. Director, Jackson Memorial Hospital Mt. Sinai Head Dietitian Gives Tips To Housewives On Menu Planning Housewives who aie on their toes can serve varied meals throughout the week, if they will give a little thought and con;.aeration to the planning of these meals. This is the opinion o V:s. Matilda R. Brenner, head of the dietary department oi Alton Road Hospital. Mrs. Brenner now is planning for the opening •<• month -^' Mount Sinai Hos-| t ne girls arrange them on trayi pital, 4300 Alton Road. Miami, xh cart with light In ind plugged int j the i | -. %  %  ..:'. %  : thus keeping them constantly \ "In order to assure th< utm -v with careful planning for the c are in thi preparati n 2JWDECEMBQ,. : which she will be head ietitian "We n< vei serve leftovers to itii nts in the hospital, bt number oi poisons we have to ed. thev can be reduced to ninimum." she added. Mrs. Brenner will have the task I f planning for the feeding of 500 ns .it Mount Sinai — 200 %  nts ..nd a Staff of 350. She said that hospital menus, in the floor pantry. Then they are ;ust like home menus, take ad-1 sent to the acoustically treated ., ntage of seasonal fruits and %  < getablt s. We also pav a great deal of attention to the colors in our meals, because an attractive-looking dish is certainly :• appealing to a sick pel son than something that looks .,if it's been thrown together." If, for instance, the menu called a main dish of chicken, the dishwashing room, which consists of the most modern stainless steel equipment. There the dishes are pre-rinsed with a detergent, "put through a large machine where they are washed with an approved washing compound in water above 170 degrees. They are then sprayed with water above 170 degrees. vegetables would be carrots andiBecause of the heat of the water. as rathi r than potatoes and raulifl because of the coloi ntrast le explained. At Mount Sinai, she said, menus • planned according to the pren es of patients in general. said that : n and turkey, -•• .-.k. lamb chops and roast beef seen I be the favorites. Sh iuld a patient request ticular food a day or so in Ivance." Mrs Brenner said, ""we :J obtain it. And. of always special for those on particular ts Private patients are given selective menu. Food is alw lys served p.ping hot to the patients. Dishes are >(•:.: up to the floors after they have been washed, and those that will contain hot foods are eed :n a plate warmer to get them ready. Electrically heated i carts with compartments for the various hot foods are turned il hours before mealtime. Then the foods to be served cold are sent to the floo'rs. and while I she added. the dishes are dry as soon as they hit the air. Mrs. Brenner said Then thev are inspected and sent to the various floors to go through the plate warming process again at the next meal. But, as Mrs. Brerner will readily testify, one cannot learn to feed 500 persons, especially sick ones, in a day. It took Mrs. Brenner four year.* of studying nutrition at New York University, one year of interneship m a hospital, and several years experience in hospitals in Elizabeth and Cleveland, plus a long stretch at Army dietetics before she became classed as expert in her field. "Even now that our dietitians have been approved as to educational qualifications, everyone in the dietary department has been required to take the Dade County Food Handler's Course in sanitation. We all have periodic physical examinations, as extreme cleanliness and sanitation is emphasized constantly in oar work," =i Rooms at Mount Sinai Hospital are furnished in modern rose-colored metal furniture formica topped tables and upholstered easy chair. Floral drapes in gay designs were made by'tl women's auxiliary. trays :).• fietil n sup rises thai ation sending th< tn one at a time, with sta nless steel pre-healed covers n ...'. foods'" Mrs. Brenner said After meals the trays ected and scraped and stacked Demonstrating how the new coffee urns in the stainless steel cafeteria of Mount Sinai Hospital will work is Miss Harriet Kossore. who hands a cup of coffee to Mrs. Matilda R. Brenner, head dietitian oi the hospital, as Oscar Brga, chef, looks on. No Crowded Wards In New Hospital, Orovitz Reveals A delapidated boom-time building and 12 acres of jungle-like undergrowth have been turned into a gleaming structure with a modern, comfortable interiol as Mount Sinai Hospital gets ready to open its doors at 4300 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Max Orovitz. presidentof the hospital, said the 214-bed general hospital would retain its former floor plan, divided into four wings in the shape of a cross. Central corridors and workrooms on each floor service each wing. "Mount Sinai will have no crowded wards." Orovitz said. "Patients who are unable to pay the hospital rates will be placed in semi-private rooms of not more than three beds." he explained. The hospital facilities consist of private and semi-private rooms, each with a private bath. All rooms are furnished in modern rose-colored metal bedroom suites. The sets consist of twin beds, a formica-topped dresser with a large wall mirror above it. a formica-topped night table and an upholstered easy chair. A matching floor lamp for each bed gives the patient fourway illumination. Innerspring mattresses are all of a first-quality nationally-advertised brand. Should a patient want a softer mattress, the hospital also .s equipped with hair. felt or rubber foam mattresses to suit every taste. Drapes in softly-colored floral designs frame the windows of every rom and were hung with the supervision of members of the Mount Sinai Ladies' auxiliary Fl ors are in rust and black squares ol asphalt tile. Private baths with all-white fixtures make the patient feel more like he ;s in a hotel than a .• 1. "We have tried to make our ;-• as chi erful as possible, and have av lided furniture that could be stamped as institution furniture.'" Orovitz said. Thi bed cranks on the furniare placed so as to be conI when not in use. making the bed appeal as an ordinary twin bed. Even in the orthopedic the ci anks and traction %  '. %  been arranged so as unnoticeable to the casual %  %  rver. Walls have been painted in shades thai blend with the furniture and drapes. Almost .-very window in th? hospital commands a magnificent view of tropical greenery and many overlook Biscayne Bay, The beds have been arranged to afford patients the best possible scenic view. "No building could have been more perfect for our needs." Orovitz said. Hospital Equipped With Kosher Kitche In addition to its regular kitchen. Mount Sinai Hospital Greater Miami is equipped with two kosher kitchens for th patients who may desire it. "A complete kitchen has been set up for meat ..nd another i for milk dishes." Samuel Gertner. executive director, announj Thursday. He said that personnel handling this d will not be same personnel that handles the regular n "Food will be prepared according to the J< %  ish dietary la\ he added. Gertner said that separate dishes would I ised in the kosi kitchens, and that even washing and drying :, ties were separt from the regular kitchen. Mayor Congratulates Hospital Trustee) Calls Sinai "Outstanding Contribution Mayor Harold Turk-, af Miami Beach. T lay declared! the new Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Mia • "an outstand humanitarian contribution to the needs of I rmunity." The mayor extended his heartv congratulations to the bo of trustees of the hospital and to "all persons tly or indiret affiliated with the project." He said the opening of the medical institut Sunday will •'a milestone in the civic enterprise of Great.: Miami and; wil much to relieve the area's fight for a modern. n-secttruM pital. "We have eagerly anticipated the actual being ol Mo Sinai Hospital. "Now Mount Sinai is a reality and we welc me it as an constructive contribution to the entire community It will radi cheer and security to all. with the assuring km • % %  iedge tlat tional hospital facilities are now available for tht residenHmun er Miami and its visitors and winter vacation:.-he ial "Sincere congratulations to all for a splendid contm this and future generations," he added. *1 Painting gay murals on the walls of the P*** 1 p en < Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami are. J| rom _.„ and 1 Louis) Fleischman. Reyna (Mrs. Alexander) Youn '" 0 f th < Siff (Mrs. William) Tapper. Ths women are %  "• %  J, wal i, in committee, which took as a project the pamnng oi rooms for children.



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fcAY prrFMBER 2, 1949 tksUhrkMa*> ,pital Features |lrranean lt. Director. Gertner has been on the premises of the hospital since late summer, and he has supervised every facet of the hospital work. He is as familiar with the work of the carpenters on the main floor as he is with the operating tables and X-ray equipment being installed on the surgical and radiological floor. Gertner is firmly convinced that as soon as Mount Sinai begins to offer chronic and convalescent services on a large scale, it will become a referral hospital for patients all over the country. "It is a foregone conclusion that i physicians all over the country I wiil refer their patients to a hospital which offers these widespread specialties," Gertner said.. "With the location of this bosj pital—right on the water in the I midst of one of the most ideal climates in the country—and U carefullv selected medical stall and excellent surgical, radiological and other diagnostic facilities,, it is no more than natural thai it should eventually rank among the foremost medical centers in thenation," he added. Mrs. Max Dobrin Auxiliary President What The Trustee* IIa i # &f To Sau Leonard Abess: I believe the hospital is a fine contribution to the welfare of the community. It is designed to keep pace with the growth we are experiencing and I think the Greater Miami area will be proud to have this fine institution offering service to the welfare of the citizens. Jack A. Ablin: We expect to make Mount Sinai Hospital one of the outstanding Hospitals in the country. It is gloriously located, right on the water. Sam Blank: We all are delighted that a long-felt need in the community is becoming a reality. Nothing is being spaied to make Mount Sinai Hospital one of the finest hospitals in the South. Mrs. Max Dobrin: Besides rendering a much needed service to the section of Dade County, the hospital has become a unifying project for all the great longing in everyone's heart to do for one another. The hospital will become a eentei for service and development. It gives people who are good a chance to do good for others. Sam Friedland: I am sure that Mount Sinai Hospital of Greatei Miami will be a worthwhile contribution to the peoph in this community, and that it will serve to relieve the shortage of hospital facilities that we have had for so long. Having grown to a position of great size, this community must now concern itself with the health and welfare of this and future generations. The answer is Mount Sinai. Dr. Monis Goodman: I think Greater Miami should be COl ( ulated for this splendid addition to its hospital facilities. Mount Sinai will contribute very substantially to the gn it net d for hospital beds in this area. Apart from being merely a hospital and contributing beds, it will be equipped with the latest and most advanced hospital facilities, both medically and surgically. It was the aim of the trustees not only to offer the community this fine hospital, but also to encourage research. We have in our community physicians of excellent ability who need only the facilities to carry on research. I feel confident that the hospital will be a source of'contributions to the medical and surgical fields. It is definitely within the scope of planning of Mount Sinai Hospital that it will become a medical center equal to other medical centers in the country. Situated as we are. Mount Sinai will be internationally famous and bring to this community patients from all over the world. Marcie Liber man: I think it's a wonderful thing for Miami. There is definitely a need for more beds here right now. Baron de Hirsch Meyer:'I think the opening of Mount Sinai Hospital marks a new era in the progress of the community and in the health and medical progress of Greater Miami. In Mount Sinai we might be able to help suffering with cardiac and cancer treatment and make living down here much healthier, 'much happier and much safer. Max Orovitz: I think Mount Sinai Hospital is the finest hospital in the United States in the most beautiful surroundings with the most modern equipment and best physicians and nurses. It is the biggest single endeavor the Jewish community has contributed to Dade County. I feel that every citizen in the country, regardless of race or color, will feel the benefits of this for many years to come. Dan Ruskin: Necessity is the mother of invention. The shortage of hospital beds in this area was so acute that the conversion of the old Nautilus Hotel into one of the most modern equipped hospitals in the country brings forth one answer to the needs of a fast growing growing community. It is with the utmost pride that I view the building now. recalling the condition of the building when we first started rehabilitation in January. Herbert E. Scher: I think it will be one of the finest hospitals in the South, in fact in the country. The equipment is the finest, the staff is the finest. In fact everything about the hospital is the finest of its kind. Monte Selig: It is my opinion that with the interest of the community, the trustees and the doctors so apparent, we shall have one of the most outstanding medical institutions in the country. Jacob Sher: I feel sure that the Mount Sinai Hospital will be a wonderful contribution to Greater Miami from the Jewish residents. The trustees of the hospital will make every effort to hold the standards of the hospital on a par with the great hospitals of the large cities of America. William Singer: Mount Sinai Hospital, like all modern hospital.I am certain, will serve the community with utter unselfishness and great effectiveness. I know that at Mount Sinai Hospital there will be a tender and genuine personal relationship between the patients and the staff. Harry Sirkin: The hospital will serve the needs of persons in all walks of life. Even patients desiring kosher foods will find the hospital equipped to serve their needs, with two separate kosher kitchens and personnel trained to handle the food. Joseph Stein: I am very proud of Mount Sinai Hospital as I believe it to be the most modern and finest equipped hospital ot its size in Florida today. Mount Sinai Hospital will help bring hospital facilities to the rapidly growing needs of Greater Miami and Dade County. Arthur Ungar: There is a definite need for additional hospital facilities in Greater Miami and I believe Mount Sinai will be a tremendous factor in hospitalization in this area and will relieve a great deal of suffering due to the lack of facilities. Carl Weinkle: When I look at the beautiful modern Mount Sinai Hospital and think of what there was before. I really get a thrill. I think Mount Sinai is one of the most beautiful hospitals in the United States and am sure that all the residents of Dade County will reap the many benefits of this hospital. Leonard Wicn: I am sure that you all feel as we do that Mount Sinai is an insurance policy for better health in community. this Mrs. Dobrin Wishes Hospital Success In honor of the opening of Mount Sinai hospital of Greater Miami. Mrs. Max Dobrin. president of the women's auxiliary, has written a letter wishing success to the new venture and expressing her determination to continue with the many hospital projects the auxiliary has fostered. "It is with great pleasure and a real sense of accomplishment that I participate in the opening of Mount Sinai Hospital." Mrs. Dobrin wrote. "The auxiliary has worked long and hard to help in all branches of the regular work and to add its own touches as competently as possible. "We will welcome the participation of more volunteers in our program of service. The lift it gives the individual to be of direct, practical help to his fellow man within our own community is one which we will be happy to share with all who wish to join us. No one who wishes to help will be turned away. "For our new hospital we wish the greatest possible success m its program of service to Greater Miami and we intend to pitch in and help every step of the way toward the achievement of its aims," Mrs. Dobrin said. |-1 i i' r %  MHH



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PAGE EIGHTEEN i-Jewisf Fk-ridiom FRIDAY, %  • Ruskin Outlines Structural Improvements Completion Of Mount SinaiH Culminates Fourteen-Year Dream Floor coverings had to be replaced almost completely, as the disuse of the building had allowed water to soak in. The sand under the concrete slab on the main floor had receded, taking away the support of the building. "In SQine cases, there were holes as big as 20 by 20 feet, three to four feet deep." Ruskin said, adding that in some places concrete had to l>e pumped in to give the building support. Among the finishing tasks at the hospital was a complete painting inside and out with oil paint. and the recaulking and weatherproofing of windows, he said. Now at last the remodeling is finished and the hospital is ready Mount Sinai Hospital, as it stands today, is a far cry from the buildinq that was turned ever to Dan Ruskin ten months aqo to convert into a hospital as soon as possible. Ruskin, chairman of the building and planning committee, of Mount Sinai Hospital, little realized then that he would supervise the largest remodeling job in this area. "When we first took over the grounds," Ruskin said, "it was the consensus of opinion of the board of trustees, that we building had deteriorated and would remodel on a jviring was exposed. We dis, .. vered then that the armed I onlv. planning for the !" veri JJ jnslal]( d wiring „ n a future when we would build a .,.. Das j s ,, n i v ; md it was new hospital on Collins Island. necessary for us almost to rewire H wever, he continued, "prethe building. Also, in moving liminary gunniting of exp -• ; p rtitions and arranging rooms to the nor,is "i .. hospital, it ng revealed widessary to add more wlrspread spawling, and what was t i jng\" Ruskin explained. be a minor job turned in I .. Ph; iid installation of 5t( am p pes I i • 'ing had to be skin explained thai i .1. the building chairman systi %  -.' insii n isi | M mnt Sinai H spital now by nl %  : rust. He sai • the tew large buildings • %  i effecti I : system in the area! I leated through: ng cks ur.dcr "The sea wall was in bad eonsure, dition." he said. "V.wi e en"Al! engi• • yed and many secracked." to open. For the first time in ten ts vi %  replaced and months Dan Ruskm can sit back and relax, knowing that his job has been well executed and that the hospital is in excellent condition to perform all the functions of which tin' Mount Sinai group dreamed many years ago. In addition to Mount Sinai Hospital. Ruskin also was chairman <>f the building committee that rehabilitated Alton Road Hospital several years ago. Formerly a member of the Scott-Perry corporation, "inof the largest construction firms in the area from 1936 to 1941. Raskin now is one of the owners of tinAlfre Destin Corporation and the Public Gas Company. Recently he was app linted chairman of the 1050 Greater Miami Jewish Federation d Other members if tl e Mount Sinai Hospital committee are William D. Sir.. J. Gera d Dr, Moi : lion an and Mitchell Wolfs'on. Is not n< eding replacement suabli .;.• i. • \nsive that A m j< built from -id our minds and • lai I to C 'Ins Island. dern nu iries. n 20 cotC which %  • %  : terior• %  • • p] ; •ii the "At first spital • ntain only : I ng that lecided %  %  sixth the ca1 thai %  %  to 214 %  • nterioi signs %  i i %  %  Hospital Features Air-Conditioned Mf # 5inai Patients Operating Rooms, Radiology Wing j ft n K I r' Air conditioned operating rooms and a radiology wing '" "uJll III JJll .rped with the latest diagnostic and therapeutive machines 1 Recuperating from an illness are features of Mount Sinai Hospiial. could be fun if a patient could The operoting rooms are finished in green tile from floor ,3ask leisurely in the sun sur'o ceiling, and are eguipped with explosive-proof switches and rour| ded by the cheerful faces iwn or. thereby reducing inaesthetic exploAn anaesthetic induction room ms' scrub room are ngi I as to divide the traffic, enable • ,ff member to k without interruption. In order that patients may not be frightened by the instruments in the operating room, he will be %  .)-.>• induction room where he will receive the anaesthetic. Included in the operating wings are two major surgery rooms, an ear, nose and throat room, an eye i a urolog 'in. an orthopedic room, a minor .. bi inchoscopy room and ,, recovery room, where the Little Eva Returns To Haunts Near Hospital I. %  • E\ eturn i nt to Mount Great Miai L ttli Ev lid not come back ise she ffeel S I ieen thi mos] I favi i te >; nui ses and en wlien the building %  •• I as t home y during I hi icl ; %  But when the Army n the place was I, Little Ev msolate, lone me an thi Now that so much activity • en in progress during the • lion of the I irmer .*• I H I to Miami Sinai Hospital recently, Little Eva apparently became inti i Little Eva is back but someil shy at present during her occasional visits. But when patients move in foil' dedication ceremonies Sunday, and the nurses toss out a few leaves of lettuce on the water, the old girl will feel at home once more after an absence of almost five years! *'V'V V V" V i, V'V< ,I V'>V*V*V"' n until the anaesthi tic weai iff. and good-natured chatter and laughter of companions doing the thing—and. at the same Adjacent to the operating rooms I time, have the constant care and is a central service department, which prepares all treatment trays for the entire hospital. The most modern and recently approved radiological equipment has been installed in the X-ray %  wing. A lead room c mtains a 220 kv deep therapy with hydraulic stretcher, for the treatment of malignancies and turn Other X-ray equipmert include, a general diagnostic G-rav machine with special attaenments tor skull and chest X-rays, a ination radiographic fluoroscopy unit and a genital urological machine. Containing its own photograph.'ii and dryer, the hospital will be equipped ton id the results of X-rays within a matter of minutes. All equipmt nt in the iperating is 'i stainli i l< el, even %  • % %  cans, A ph : nplete %  I lo -ken elax ition for thi i opi rati m. attention of a nurse specifically assigned to him. Such could be the case at Mount Sinai Hospital, where the eight acres of grounds on which the building is situated provide more than ample space in the sun for all patients well enough to be wheeled outside. Visitors to the area who are here for a short stay and are unfortunate enough to be taken ill will be able to get their medical attention and sun tan at the same time at Mount Sinai. Already set up in the hospital is a large sun deck right off the third floor of the building. Workmen now are completing a high railing around the area so there can no danger in allowing patients onto the deck. The Mount Sinai Hi spital Auxiliary is preparing to train women in hospital techniqui i they can mingle with the patii nt, discover what tilings he may W int to make his period of .< cu tion more pleasant and end to get it for him. Mount Sinai, seen (Continued from Page 15) ing committee, supervised the reconstruction. Several locations for the new hospital were studied and among them cr.me into consideration the former Nautilus Hotel, used as an army medical clinic and rest home during the war. A number of groups in Greater Miami wanted the building and discussions and conferences took place over a prolonged period of time. But. time was running out and the need of additional hospital facilities in the area wai acute. The resident population had increasi d from 315.138 in 1945 to 450.000 in January, 1849. The h itel, built for Carl Gi iham Fisher, had become a nationally-known show placi property consists of the main building and numerous auxiliary structures on the Miami Beach mainland: Collins Island, on which ; single-family villas, and Johns Island with • swimn >1, Despite thi value of the property, the War Assets Admin strat t its price The City of I evi ntually purch a token .sum because of its humanitarian use and turned it over to M c,mt Sinai Hospital of G er Miami. The business acumen of the trustees is manifest by the fact that Mount Sinai Hospital will cost the corporation about $2,500 per bed while average costs throughout the nation for similar new construction is estimated at S20.000 per bed. Renovation of the hospital has been in progress since last February and has cos' anDroximatelv I from Biscayne Bay. $500,' has 214 beds, 50 J to 1?' %  ". ^ Hed andprofl fi udl than o? %  Co nl lical ASM. landscape a'mosl phted and pual. mded by and shrub neBay.i %  S tec! [| a Pn I M. \ i ^ B Dr. Morris! 1 I I I I A. A j F i. i 1; I B 5, .1 • A VI I r nt Sina M Greal i by thi group off women n Miami Bead! as a living symbol andj opi n t,-n


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2, 1949 jQisttowMiar LEGAL NOTICE IICE TO. C ,,[,,:E-.S COURT I K> '. IATE, NO. ItATE 01 plOBR, M I All I' [ vgnlnstSald ., hereby 1" .,i, .,i %  -.— T.I any r %*'' %  %  '.'", % %  — •'• K"',,::.v. K BLANTON. lib' 1 1 • %  .. and fit' %  : .. in the bin' .. t County, K?of t '' %  '"' I 1 "! • %  • % % %  • %  •,, ,' |„ worn to and lir.'l ... will K. S ,ne f Bber T ,l,i-l : STE1UER, Estate .. ied. "ffALTKUJI IN & ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCI-IT COURT OF Till111" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN \\ I FOR DADH COUNTY, l"l .. .|;i I • < IN CHANCERY, No. i'sSi.T HELEN BROWN RIPLKY, I VS WILDER II. UIPLE1 Milt. YOU, WILDER II l:i I-[.I v Prospect Avenue, Calgai \ Canada, are hereby rei j our appearance in 11 %  .., i %  ; "" on or before I >• %  %  IMfc or ;. default will against you. Dated November 21st, i %  i • !•:. I! LEATH HUMAN Clerk Of III,. I (Cirouit Courl Bi il) By M. 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MAURICE ARTHUR KLINE, %  *tend Strasse '. H, furl am M nv YOU ARE HEREBY Nl ITIFIED to lie your appearan r an %  to the Bill of Complaint foi DI' on e In "us i ause o:i .,ii„f,,... i •,,. %  Till. 1949; otherwl BUI of Complaint will be taken you. PONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this Tin day of November, 1919. E. II LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Cli i lit Co li I (Circuit Couit Sea 11 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XI >TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi it lei signed, desiring to eng ,-•• In ss undei the flcl .ii IUS na n %  HOTEL I'LL.M' iXIO i at 639 : %  !' to register said name wll • 'ourt of I lade %  DAVID ROSN1 ELIZABETH i: -• %  SAMUEL M. Ri iSN BAMUEL SI.I iTXP "K BLAXCHE SLOTXI i-C FRE1 K SHO Mi: ETHEL FHOCHET MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN • %  ey for Api :: .'. :: 2-9 %  : BER If tj Clerk, ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCI IT C< il'R 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AXD FOR DADE COUXTY. Fl ollll IIAXC :RY N KP.IST STAXIC, I Yl CA %  YUB 'A STAXIC .her eb> to file yo the all efault will Dai E. B. LE kTHKRM VN • Clerk of tl I • Si BJ M. I1ERXARP HUTXER Florid : li 2-9-16 • Court C. FEIGE, Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. i" 'li 'i; IS HEREBY ilVEN .: ige In the flctitlii :"37 s \v. Street, M Flrl Intends •..._ %  %  the Clerk .... int}. ,1 VCK .1. BINKLEY SILVER 11 s:, IS By WM. W. JACK A. ABBOTT, ey for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Rd. Miami B< n b, Fla. li 11-18 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT I UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND Fi il; DADE CI lUNTY, I IX CHANCERY. No MARGARET DAXO, Plall tiff. \ I, li \l:i;v DANi i, Defei la I YOU, HARRY DANO, : | the .,!.\ >dlvoi ce a on on Dei emb, r 19, 1949, or a di : %  i igalnst yi u. Dated Noveml 17, 1948 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Cli ult i .. 'ourt Seal) By M. C I' : Depul BERNARD HUTNER I 114 O mpia Building Fl ii Ida 11 25 12 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .: • engi ge in %  : CHIN ~ %  '.>•" ,' : :-' ... e \i ., Fl rl la, mith the irt of Dade BCHECHTER LEE Fi 10 GEORCi: .1. TAL1ANOFF | • :. for API • %  MIS %  23 12/8-* NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE |N THE JUSTICE COURT., DADE COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA. JOSEPH BLOCK, d.ba EMPIRE PROVISIONS, Plaintiff, v>. N1RS. NEDA KENNEDY, d b a KENSEDY'S GROCERY, Defendant. NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN that -,,le. and sell .it public OUtCIT, at the Suth side of the Dade I MBtrOwirt. ., Miami. Dade """l? %  x '"b?' ,, th ,. 2nd daj of January. ltoO. j tiveen the hours of 11:00 A.M., ana oo i'.M.. being the legal hours of sa, one BurrougbJ Adding Machine ,..^ !> A ;?. ., 1 :-;„ I. -e Sheriff. Office. n a de County. Florida. DATEDi tnlt 8 day of November. A lM JIMMY SULLIVAN. Sheriff. Dade County, Morida. (SEAL) __ 0 F HOLLY. B> Deputy Sheriff. 11/11-13-28 12 : -r^ T ^i UNDER FICTITIOUS 1 •M'ANN.NC SANDERS BAM M1TZMAN ffisfSr^Mwrnn, Sanders .Tii/ET" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tl ll th,undersigned, desiring to ens inder the flctll THE BELLEVUE Hi "TEL i I Iu7 X E 17th Terrace, Mlai F to of Hi. C lit Co • Florida. HUGH L, BLACK '. LUELLA BLACK, :.• AMOS BENJAMIN • %  HUGH T. anl LUELLA BLACK, L. :: .: • 2: i: I • NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Till: i' R %  •• %  THE IVEX1 II JUDICIAL CIR 'UIT I IF FLORIDA, IN AN: %  FOR d'UXTY. — IX CHAXCERY, Xo 12S22S. ROI %  • • %  tiff. BER VIDSi iN, N ,. \ rses l : ; %  F li. YOU ARE HEREBY XOT1 • • dt for .-,...ted i you are file I nee or ansv %  of said II will he taken l by you. '%  % %  1919. E B LEATHERMAN, CI % %  t 'ourt Si By WM, W. MARX M. i"\' : R Vtto • • Intlff %  : Co '.I Fli i 2.' 12 2 %  irl STOCKING, •. I ORDER OF PUBLICATION i IARRI i: I i an i If di ad t nknown grantees, ci or unkno having or claiming any interest by, .... I t ndants In and to the followinsdesci I In Dade County, Lot 6, Block 4, of BONITA PARK, a subdivision of I ml Florida, a %  — to the An ended Plat thereof, Clei'.; o: the • i • t In and for ty, Florida, i Plat Book 8 LOUIS VY, M M;M' iRSTEIN and ROSE MARMl iRSTEIX, his Street. PI %  Pa %  who have or claim an Inte est I l i,. • D if %  MF IRT GARDENS, FIRST ADDITION, a subdl In Dade C I Florl jng to the plat thi • lorded In Plat Book :, Page 10, of the !• .:,:. i:. ords of Dade County, To: C.' GIBSON FORD and FORD, Ids wife. If married, whose first name is unknown; and FRANK S ROBERTS, if living, and If all or ilther of them are dead their unknown heirs. devisees, legatees. grantees, creditors, trustees, assigns, and all known or unknown persons having or claiming any Interestskby, thpniKh, under, or against th. defendants In and to the following described property In Dade County, Florida, to-wit: South 1D3 feet of East 420 feet of Stt'i of the NW'i, Section 2-i. Township 52 South. Range 41 East, In the County of Dade, State of Florida. You and each of you are hereby notified and required to enter your written appearance (personally or by attorney) in the Circuit Court of Hade Count v. Florida, on the 5th day of December, 194S, to a suit to quiet title hroiisiit against you by HARRJ SIMONIIOI1and SAM SIMONHOFF, being Chancery No. 1282*2, for the purpose of quieting title to above described land, and thereafter to file with said Clerk your written defense, if any, to the bill of complaint In s.iid suit at the time prescribed by law Herein fall not, or Judgment will i„. entered against you by default. Witness my hand, and seal of said Court at Miami, Bade County. Florida this Jth da} "1 November, 1949. %  '' E. B LEATHERMAN, As Clerk Of said Circuit Court. (Circuit Court s By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. SIMONHOFF & SIMONIMCF neys for Complainants 11 11-12-2S 1I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that • *ign< esir 1 ng to engai b .-:•.. I \rtments it Mlai Bea h, register s h the Clerk of the i lit I 1 : MICHAEL M. RRi I OK HII.I'A BROOK MARX M. FAB1 Vtt"!'IH Vp] I 11 2." 12 2-9-16 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRi ELEVENTH JU1 \ HADE i il'NTI IDA — IN CHAXCERY, N rK IN %  TO JEAN ITKIX, %  .• k to i Street :.: %  : N • '. 1 Vi lU ARE HEREBY XO to the %  ; .. %  %  %  ., Dec • %  %  Pro C less i : • ITED this T • i: day ol N • I, i: !.:: \" •' Cl rk of i it t. It % %  irl Se By WM. W, • EL .'. RAND, Att; .%  Id Bu lid Ml imi, Flor da :: 11-15-23 12 NOTICE UNDER FiCTiT.O.S NAME LAW N iTICE :s HEREBY GIVEN that .: %  .. let lm eng the I tltlous na ICTIONS .: M COUXT' I to register said with th the CI uit Court ol ESTHER BALIN Soli Owni • .15-23 :. 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIC_S NAME LAW N iTICE ;s HEREBY GIVEN I : %  i %  signed le Ing t %  i %  • %  • is na Mi iRRY'S APPAREL at Ingt m Avenue, Ml iml B< ster s.,iii name wll I I :•... It C ty, Florida. Ml iRRIS BREZINSKY S de i iwner 18-25 !.' ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIR I1TH JUDICIAL ''il: A XD DADE '•' 'UX ry, FL %  : \ IN CHANCERY", N V STEHER. Plaln'.lfl vs Ml iRRIS STEGER, Defenda Yi MORRIS STEG .•: •' Street, < i Mrs Ida Abb at. I.VN, N. Y I I tl divot ce action on ••:• befon 1 % %  • 10th. 194 I, i default will be ) i >ated this 9th day of N ivei b >', 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN, (Circuit Court Seal) l llerk of the i !Ircult Courl Bv M, C. FEIGE Deputy I NORMAN V.. LYONS all Olympia Building Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff II 11-18-25 \2 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' th.it the undersigned, desiring to engage :n business under the fitlctlous name Of Dinner Kev Service Station a: -"^l South Bayshore Drive, in the City of Miami. Florida, intend to registe said name with the Clerk of the C Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL KEITH HANNAH KEITH SEYMOUR KEITH Attorney for Applicants I ;::•:; DuPont Bldg. II 18-25 12/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctitiou.THE STEAK BAH at 9260-62 South West 8th Sf.-t. Weel Miami Florida, Intends to register the said I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County. Florid.. WILLIAM KODROFF, Sole Owner. SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney >;i? Seybold Building Miami. Florida 11 4-11-18-2! i• I •s I



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PAGE TWENTY v-Lmistnoridfar %  • %  •.• i + Beth El To Seat Officers Sunday Officers of Congregation Beth El and its Sisterhood will be installed at a dinner-dance on Sunday. December 4. at 6 p.m.. in the Coral Room of Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. 2 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Members of both organizations are urged to make their reservations as early as possible by calling the chairmen. Mrs. Sidney Palmer. Mrs. Albert Zisman. or the Beth El office at 9-3004. Leon Kaplan, past president of the congregation, will act as toastmaster. Mrs. Sidney H, Palmer wil lact as installing officer for the congregation and Max Silver will present and introduce the directors. Mrs. Jack Shapiro will make a presentation to Mrs. Eva Stahl. retiring president of the sisterhood. Highlight of the evening will be an address bv Rabbi Murray Grauer. spiritual leader of the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will deliver the invocation, while the benediction will be offered by Rabbi Morris Skop. Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on "Spiritual Growth of Community Officers of the congregation who will be installed are Sidney Palme:will act as installing ofowitz. first vice president: Abe Pepper, second vice piesident: Joseph /.alis. recording secretary: Albert Zisman. financial secre%  II Morris Pepper, treasurer; liri. tins. Alfred Perl, D.ive Singer, A M Bear. Max Silver. Harry I Saul Cantor, Sam Futerfas, \!i v.Keilson and Emanuel < istein Sisterhood officers include Mrs Sha] president: Mrs Max Rappap> • first vice pres l ..' U: • Fiii:. i II S hwai %  '%  second vic president; Mrs Alfred Perl. tl I vice president: Mis Sam Seltnei etary; Miss Ruth Selig. financial xi tar) WMuri ay Shulman; linj el and Mrs A M Bear, treasure) B >ard men %  s are Mesd Mu ...\ Grauei Anna Bear, Abe %  : '' | >, An:. Sands. G •• Solingi I ),..-• : i,, K ,tenEdw Schlusslei Albeit in En an u I K irnsti in, Sidne> P., In..' A: %  :..:-. i ;:• %  1 • %  Klein, Harry Go! Phillip Hendlm. All xan le R sen and Charles Stahl ourse ni the evening music A ill be fui nishe i by Irving Put:.. Mrs. 1Golub Is Mizrachi Head ATLANTIC CITY. N. J —Mrs. Lionel Golub. of Brooklyn. New York, was unanimously elected national president of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, as the 24th annual national convention of the women's religious-Zionist organization came to a close. Mrs. Ida Karger of Miami was elected to the national board. Zionist Luncheon t nit Will Hear lt..lli Hi. Mann First meeting of the luncheon club of the Miami Beach Zionist District will be held Wednesday. December 7. from 12 IS to 2 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor (strictly kosher restaurant). 2 Lincoln Road, according to Alfred Stone, president. Harold Shapiro, who will act as toastmaster. announces that the featured speaker will be Rabbi Mi shay P. Mann, spiritual leader of Temple Isaiah. Topic of his talk will be "Zionist Confusion— Who Is To Blame." Before assuming the pulpit of Temple Isaiah, Rabbi Mann was th spiritual leader of South Fifth Street Congregation. Brooklyn. N. Y. He is a graduate of Western Reserve University. Cleveland. Ohio, where he also received his masters and doctorate in history. Rabbi Mann is the only rabbi in the ministry who lias been ordained by the Orthodox Yeshiva Seminary in New York as well .>> the Refo: m Hebrew Union Collegi :n Cincinnati. Rabbi Mann has been active in thspeakers bureau of the American Jewish Congress He is now engaged m scientific research dealing with the problem of poverty and its alleviation m the Talmudic and Mid rash ic Literatures Serving on th. luncheon com'..•"' %  i .'.ill in 1 Daniel Broad. Paul Eisman. J. Goldstein anil Cantor Samuel Kelemer. The public is invited Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phonee 95317 — 9-6727 51 N. E. Sth Street AL MEIDENBERG, Owner MIAMI TOP SOU. (O. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitier Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335. 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER The Showcase of Good Food T^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH DOOM through the use of • / ffl\ IIYLON TENTS 5-3444 A r| 'J' '*' C3mp j-ariiy go* %  released Thi 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH -AwOOO AND SUBTERRANEAN sO FLORIDA'S IARGES1 EX:;*WINATING CO Auxiliary Board Meets A board meeting of the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary 19. Free Sons of Israel, was held at the home of the Mesdames Cy and Sol Jacobson, 2084 Prairie Ave„ Miami Beach, on Thursday. December 1. at 8 p.m. Mrs. H. Kahn assisted the hostesses. Final plans for the Chanuka party to be held in the near future were discussed. Center Resumes Lex A Bagle Hub The Miami Jewish Community Center has resumed the Sunday morning business and professional men's Lox and Bagle Club. Dues of $2.50 per month are being collected from the club's membership, and the breakfasts will begin Sunday. December 11. at 10 a.m. Following breakfast at the center 450 S.W. 16th Ave.. the men will participate in a volleyball league to begin the same date and. after this group activity, the athletic program provides for individual instruction and participation in archery, horseshoe pitch, handball bat tennis, deck tennis and badminton. A noontime basketball workout concludes Sunday morning's activity and the men then may proceed to the Health Club for sweatroom, rowing machine, weight lifting and massage. [TOIIKTWI s Sfc WV i-* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 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. & Snapper Creek B'nai B'rith To Present Citation ?• Jack Benny On National BroadJ .Turk Rpnnv will ht nroront.,.1 %  VI Jack Bennv will be presented with a citation in commemoration of his service to B'nai B'rith by Frank Goldman, national president of the organization, over a nation-wide radio broadcast to be carried by radio station WGBS. Tuesday, December 6. at 9:30 p.nv Marking the termination of a six-week national membership campaign, the broadcast will be a tribute to the thousands of B'nai B'rith leaders who have worked in the drive to expand its rolls. At a meeting of the Greater Miami membership chairmen held this week at the home of George J. Talianoff. general chairman for Dade County, plans were made for the holding of meetings and Miami community broadcast. t0 *** Leaders „f hl drj County. ln nciduion to Tald are:Shole m L „d Se D a v 3 man: Miami Beach t Beach Chapter M?i stem: North Shore 0.7? Malcolm F.rst coi!"? Chapter, Mrs hv.ne MV. M' KfSSf Lazarus Chapter, M stein: Ho other affairs to enable the Greater Chetlin. i y wood '"am Lodge, FOR PLEASANT MORNING LISTENING TRY "NOAH'S ARK" 10:0011:00 Ail MUSIC IN PAIRS SURROUNDED BY NOAH TYLERJ PERSONALITY •YOUR FAVORITE STATION FOR MUSIC .4.VD SEV/s] ri l 1HHRFTIF '3l7T iiillliilllhiiilfliiiiiflliillliilliiniHiilliiimiiiiniilMlllliinlllii LINDA BRANDS, Inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Delicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for — s Sfaclion demand "KOSHFK Z/O.V" Products, under the super;Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. with the finest and freshest mem. u the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Attention Storekeeper*! LINDA BRANDS located at 12 S.E. 5th St., Miami have on hand a complete line oi Kosher Son Delicatessen Products to fill your needs. Personal and prompt attention. Phone 82-27:11 I.til.: i |i""H s hull! Mill %  Hill "IIT niiiii mu m in Hill llllllll mm! I II (ID liiinli Listen to the Best Jewish Programs On the Ai Yiddish Classical Hour WINZ—940 ir EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Neon to 1:30 P.M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P.M. M. NASATIR Director SCHACHTER'S Jewish Musical Hour WTTT—1490 NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY 10 A.M. TO 11 A.M. MON. WED. FRI. 1 P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. JACOB SCHACHtfB Director


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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fewibltJEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
NUMBER 48
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1949
PRICE: TEN CENTS
wit Sinai Hospital Dedication
remonies Set For 4 P. M. Sunday
jre now being completed for the dedication program of Mount Sinai Hospital of
[ami, to be held at 4 p.m. Sunday on the hospital grounds, 4300 Alton Road, Miami
lional, state and local diqnitaries have been invited to attend the ceremonies, Max
lesident of the board of trustees of the hospital, announced today,
ers of the hospital board of trustees, women's auxiliary and large qroup of donors
pital have been issued special invitations for the event.
pneral public also has been invited to "visit the hospital Sunday and inspect the
[d facilities that we will dedicate to service to the community," Orovitz said.
leaders throughout the community w ill be present. An invitation to deliver the in-
js been accepted by Rev. George Wa hlin, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran church of
Work Of 2,500 Members Of Hospital
Auxiliary Begins To Bear Fruit
After months of coordinated effort among 2,500 volunteers,
the work of the Mount Sinai Hospital auxiliary is bearing fruit
as the hospital prepares to open its doors.
Led by Mrs. Max Dobrin, president, the group has been
planning, organizing and carrying to completion projects which
visible everywhere in and novelties like barbecue aprons for
cob Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, Miami, will deliver the dedication, and
khn J. Durham S. J., pastor of Gesu church of Miami, will give the benediction.
of ceremonies will be Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Orovitz will be one of the speakers,
le Pepper also has accepted an invitation from the hospital to speak at the cere-
tier speakers will be announced later, and are expected to include several govern-
icials.
jyors of Greater Miami have proclaimed Sunday as Mount Sinai Hospital day in the
urged all citizens to visit the hospital grounds at that time.
proclamation, they stressed the need for augmented hospital facilities in Dade
|d South Florida, and indicated that the hospital, which v/as converted in ten months
icmdoned building into an imposing structure eguipped to handle all phases of a
pspital, would do much to meet that need.
[reclamation was signed by Mayor Harold Turk, of Miami Beach, Mayor William M.
of Miami, and Mayor W. Keith Phillips, of Coral Gables.
ent Harry S. Truman has been invited to attend the dedication ceremonies. Pepper
rsonally had invited Truman during a n informal visit.
in was issued a formal invitation ear lier in the week by Max Orovitz, president of
lof trustees of the hospital. In addition to Truman and Pepper, invitations have been'irjage sets and dresses for tots to
I S. Senator Spessard B. Holland and U. S. Bep"-'ntc'ive George Smathers. Als^ in-
[Col. Jess Larson, head of the general service administration, and
are visible everywhere in
around the hospita: grounds.
A gift shop, modeled after sev-
eral in large Northern hospitals,
will give hospital visitors a
chance to purchase presents for
the patients they come to see. as
well as provide a place where the
staff and the patients can buy
gifts for anniversaries and birth-
days of friends and families.
Mrs. Herman Boughton. chair-
man of the gift shop, has ap-
pointed each of her co-workers
head of a particular phase of the
shop work.
Chairman of the organization
for making gifts is Mrs. William
Lehman, who has inaugurated a
group of 30 women who meet one
afternoon a week and make by
hand everything from stuffed
dolls to finelv embroidered car-
all of the Federal
1 all invited include Governor Fuller Warren, Senator R. B. Gautier, and State Repre-
sent Stockdale, George Okell and William Iantaff.
Commissioners Huqh Peter*, Jesse Yarborouqh, I. D. MacVicar, Preston B. Byrd and
Iciaor have been invited. Also invited have been Miami City Commissioners William
. Penine. Palmer, Louie Bandel, Robert L. Floyd and William W. Charles. Miami
\ Councilmen Harold Turk, D. Leo Powell, William Burbridqe, Maurice Klein, Marcie
Burnett Roth and Melvin Richard havp also been extended invitations.
: tion work has
: the supervision

lai Renovation Requires 10 Months
ig Boasts New Roof, Electric Plant
mflc task of converting the Nautilus Hotel into one
|t modern and imposing hospitals in the SouthMount
Dital nf Greater Miamihas been completed.
the ten months of renovation, approximately 150
[ (killed workers, technicians and supervisors have
m the project. Not of the planning and building
en seriously in-1 committee of which Dan Ruskin
is chairman. Other members are
William D. Singer. J. Gerald
Lewis, Dr. Moi is G lodman and
Mitchell Wolfson.
One of th bi es( iobs w is
repair of the roof of the famous
building, which for 25 year
suffered punishment from ram.
wind and idleness,
Now the structure boasts a 20-
year bonded roof of 1
grav I co ting -in i
$15,000.
The hospital probably )
-: modern electric plant .n ti
area. It has a stand;
-quipped with two electric]
^wered to furnish bghi
Mectricity for the entire bu
In case i ul
is hooked to tl
and can be switched on
matfcally if ie city power is d-
ruptod. Surgeons would lose
time or be retarded In perform-
ing an peration in ease oi a
disaaU r.
It was one of the bigget*
modeling jobs in Miami Beach-
perhaps th very largest, Rus.....
id "The hotel was m poor con-
dition because of its long aban-
donment."
"The community can well be
Dan Ruskin proud of its hospital now. >"
, n, excelled condition and :anks
'>.. Planning and Sg the most beautiful in the
'Idwp Committee nation." hs added.
Women Form Committee
To Furnish Holiday Gifts
to furnish sou- ,
small gifts to I
hospital Staff
various holidays
A committee
venirs and
ents and
members on
has been formed by the Mount
Sinai Women's auxiliary. The ']
temporary chairman is Mrs
Colman A. Zwitman. A per-
manent chairman will be ap-
pointed when the hospital
I pens following dedicati n
ceremonies,
Mrs. Zwitman said that she
brated Thanksgiving at Al- i
Road Hospital by giving
patients baskets of fruits and
nuts
Maa' Orovitz
President of the Board of Trustees
Federation Director Terms Hospital
Opening "Major Community Event
* .. ____;_- t Mmm! Sinai Hnsnital
tl
ti
the
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J< wish community to
men.
In adition to handmade gifts,
toilet articles for the patients,
magazines. jewelry. greeting
cards, ceramics, dolls and some
ready-to-wear items will be sold
in the shop. Mrs. I. E. Freedman
(Continued or Page 4)
More news and pictures about
Mount Sinai Hospital will be
lound on pages 4. 15. 16. 17 and
18 of this issue of The Jewish
Floridian.
Orovitz Names
Mount Sinai Staff
Department Heads
Dr. Abraham Hollender has
been named president of the med-
ical advisory board of Mount
Sinai Hospital, it was announced
this week by Max Orovitz. presi-
dent of the hospital board of
trustees.
D: Hollender will assume his
duties hi I phvsician as
as the hospital opens. Orovitz
said.
Hi Hollender has been a spe-
cialist in ea:. nose and ti
diseases in Miami Beach for the
past ten years. Before, he prac-
ticed in Chicago, 111., i r 25 years.
he now is professor emeritus of
otolaryngology at the University
of Illinois College of Medicine. He
is the author of seven works on
ear. nose and throat diseases. Di.
Hollender also is a fellow of the
American College of Surgeons
and a diplomate of the American
Board of Otolaryngology.
Vice president of the medical
advisory hoard will be Dr. Julius
Pearson. A graduate of Jefferson
Medical College. Dr. Pearson has
practiced internal medicine and
cardiology here since 1935. In
1940 he was certified by the
American Board of Internal "
icine. He is a fellow of the
American College of Physicians
and a memben of the American
Heart Association and the Ameri-
can Diabetics Society. He also
served on the advisory medical
board of Alton Road Hospital.
Dr. Sanford I. 11 be sec-
retary-treasurer of the advisory
Dr. L( vine has been a
era! practitioner here for three
and one-half years. He is former-
ly of Brooklyn, New York. Ht is
graduate of the University of
!. il of Medicine and
-!-< r of the Nation,,! C
Home.
di part-
p^vistonfor" medical care as a community
m ,nt Sinai it is hoped, will be more than just another hospital.
Munt Sinai, it is "' P f planning and directing
It can become the c_ommunu.^ag^..h communily_ Jewish welfare
the
Ca" FSfcSiS^tSS immunity. Jewis
' c'n"11' hr .'V. \hani have been considered to have the highest
'"''" V" SitaS staffs and programs in their field. Mount Sinai
JSftSSJdS .high position of leadership among the hospitals
of our area.
MORRIS KLASS.
Executive Director,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
logy: Dr. Ralph Kirsch. eye; Dr.
Meyer B. Marks, pediatrics: Dr.
Herbert Virgin, orthopedics; Dr.
Milton Travels, fractures and
traumatic surgery: Dr. Sanford
Levine, general practice: Dr. Al-
fred Levine. radiology, and Dr.
Maxwell Sayet. pathology.
The medical staff of the hospi-
tal includes over 300 Greater Mi-
ami physicians. Orovitz added.

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^AGE TWO
*Je*1st fhcridlisr
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2.








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" name L.- V." -. -
ailing ol this Mexico
th ol -
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m earh .-. _-' -
nalil gination
tun
S. Senator fi : In fad

tut hli pion ...
>> the i n .:; t political I i
ijr peri I .' W
ifoaes Elias Le\ M t 1782
from 1 S
His fathei \
I the Sultan. Unlucky enough to d
Crown Pi di th n
eel n ugh to menti >n th< in
mon in Moslem harems. The En.;
>uld not take
:.... a -'. r :b-
ged his b y
Sultan. Suddenly the Grand
ninded. Leaving his family in Gibralti
.. e to Egypt and dii I I
En rly Succe
At 1!. Mos- :.
pping at the island : St T
jt on his own He pi
isini took him to Cul
then vei ned ut I H y
Spanish Intendent. M thought jht fi
ike a look at the Fl kw ods i
iries by the proud I S
Jew ''i Col P
The vast I I
/oung busini ss m <:. .. j
Moses Elias Levy: His Dream Of A Zion In Florida
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
a Messianic complex submerged somewhere in his
...nd for Jewish colon-
. / n in the Fl ss! A decade
.; -. tiate a sin
I

near
?.'. V. Lew .. ln'1 nl ;.eam
o V- ..-. n -- He purchased about 6(
'..cap of n
nd In bi nists In
wit F k S Wai burg;
: thi n -: I
Jewish a
new rid. Levy
n the fl rig
.,-. I N( w V
v." :.:_ k to St. Au -
pre] rig 1 ; -
: S .- same time, the Spanish
I mil nt resident of St
huabut with the string at-
t settle on the
Levy as rt ibvd that the
Arrei >wn Pu:'"
In a trad anged part of his land with
y M ,za Arrendnnd I. But he e
-. iw >r I sd '.he limit tl a placed in
B til in King. When he woke up.
is running t him. He dispal
Wai nirg an irgenl plea to send settlers
tely.
'
;.; Levy was destined to suffi i i me keen dis-
nists were not rushing to
lise. This is not surprising when we
the young U. S. Republic stretching
to the Rockies with a population
000.000. was alsj bidding for immigrants
ttei pill '. swallow was the vice of Negi
England, Levy attacked the evils
In a pamphlet which attracted
. -.. He even debated publicly this q
ims. N he w as caught in
. 11 utilize slaves, or lose
investment and the prospects of colonization
since free labor was unavailable, he had no c
Formidable Obstructions
AiJ a colonize:, he showed considerable er.<
v. To provide stable and profitable
his he brought over from Cub,
seeds and fruit trees. Historians agree t:
I. vy was the first planter to import sugar
Into the U. S. But he was beset with rr.anv Y
of his farrh huuses we
luring the Seminole wars. Hi*
: lawsuits arising out of the
the Arrendondo tract. It is from the del
in these cases that Leon Huhner was able
together the meager data for his biograp
The Project Expires
dream in Florida did not
itd the colonization scheme succeed. T
Levy had vast tracts of acreage with high pot
. But he was weighted down with
By 1840 he found himself in the tisu;,:
big farmers: land poor. He had to apply
yes to obtain a loan to defray the costs
- lawsuits. Finally, the courts cl
legal mess, and he ended his days in
circumstances.
A Pioneer of Enterprise and Vision
Through the mist of a century. Moses Elii L-
. gas a picturesque pioneer attempting t
F. :. la, before its cession to the U. S T
I favorable: and he met the : |
.:zers. Yet the man had vision and
driving ambition to do big thing- ,
: /oligation to his persecuted
R. Fairbanks, a prominent att
M -es E. Levy was a man universally
St. Augustine. His probity, large intellij
benev '.nee were recognized by all. He
in his business transactions. I
tl highest regard and veneration."
Fl demonstrated its tribute by pres
in Levy County.
U-JH Legal I nil
Slal< S4liilarslsi|i
Miag For Dee. 1
'l he Bai
". at the Unh
^JEWISH
CUISINE
LUNCHEON
SPECIALS
SANDWICHES
SOUR CREAM WITH
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM WITH
VEGETABLES
Air-Conditioned
Mezzanine Floor
I iw ami tage 1 first
3 :
a* student:
Dece :
the F ne Place
McArthur C
Gene airman of commit-
is Martii
Tom
nnell, Dick Strickh irt, .1 in
,r;u Pearl Fl-. er.
rim highlight will be the
;. .' it. n ii Miami fash: mi in
i "Res irt Promenade"' comment-
by Patricia Vance. Her
m lels will display casual frocks,
tail and evening gowns and
wira suits, Music for entertain-
ment and dancing will be pro-
vided by Mark Marks and his
orchestra, with vocalist Peggy
Fitzgerald.
Leading the list of faculty
gu ists to be honored at the shag
will be Dean Russell A. Rascoe
of the Law School, and retired
Justice Paul D. Barns, now a
law faculty. Tick-
ets [or the event may be obtained
at the law school or at the Fl
Club the night t nt.
Mendelsohn's
STRICTLY
KOSHER
Restaurant
1301 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE DAILY FRO" i-9
TELEPHONE 5-9085
AIR COOLED BEER AND WINES SERVED
Free Pj-k.ng in Rear
NOW OPEN SATURDAYS
Beth II I nil*
Plan Carnival
Congn B th El, its
Sisti nd PTA will
i carnival on December
17 and 18 t the synagogue, 500
S.W. 17th Ave.
the event are
Alfre ; Pe i I of the cong
. Schusller of the
sisterh i id :-nd Mrs. Herman (' n-
tor of the PTA.
Proceeds will go toward the
building fund.
Card parties will be held every
Wednesday at 1 p.m. until the
carnival. Admission to these af-
fairs will be canned foods and
other articles for the carnival.
Mrs. George Solinger and Mrs.
Abraham Greenberg are in
charge.
drwHwn
Mrs. Seitlin Reports |ins b>' Shoiem Al
Mrs Henry Seitlin, president of !honor of Jewish Book a
Pi me W lub No. One
i of Miami Bea< h, g ive a report |
m the group's i enl linen show-
ier and expressed her thanks to
| the c im unity for 1 r respoi
to this aff- ir at a meeting Thurs-
day. December 1. at Congregation j|
. Beth Tulah, 935 Euclid Ave., Mi-
I ami Beach.
Participating in the shower
program were Rabbi Max Shap-
iro, who gave the principal ad-
dress; David Beckeiman. former
captain with the Israeli army,
who gave an eye witness report
on fighting in Israel: and Mrs.
Manya Shubow. who gave a read-
8 11 E A D
Miami Chosen Site For
1951 Reform Unit Meet
Miami was chosen as the site
for the biennial convention of the
Southeast Council of the Union
of American Hebrew C
ns be held in 1951. Selec-

n Jacksonville N
ber 20 and 21.
x Holtsberg I T | Ii \~-
rael w. vice p lent of
ncil the meet.
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1949
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iMark Completion Of Journal
PAGE THREl
iol the Ht-
Un^'\Vi:y,, will get
i"*; the hievemeirt
Fn TttSby December
; affair wi
nark the

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Hadassah Meetinq
Thp II, .1 U TW_. '
. Tin- Hada al
featured
p.-
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; David a.
jour-
, Louis L igran>
_,,, s Sherry,
Ces:den! {aniza-
| ess on
UlTrainii Youth."
. dis-
iion for
11, d by
In Road.
jiofti Academy
15 mode', a hara Bur-
-_*Beui ikovsky,
iCchen. On: id and
Jtechnick .ick Bui-
ld be con ..
faaoal self !1 bo fur-
dby P.m B ruidion-
|jjdy Searles, atura so-
lo; and Josep ineibman,
ptfterwn! .'tec in-
Jlfrs. Sam hen, chair-
Mrs. Benjamin She

man; Mrs. L
chairman: and the Mi
S. Andron. S. Rubinov
Ginsburg, S. L Su
Burris, J. Rack ivsky, and I
berg.
Proceeds of this iffai
allocated to thi fund
for needy children ttei
academy.
Mrs. Alfred Stone is
of the organizati
AJC Women To
onsor Dance
sP.
h Players will ,
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P.m. at the M
ii luded in
ts will b
S R
nd S Stok
. bj Garj and Lin ..
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Miami Beach Junior Hadassah
will celebrate its 29th anniversary
birthday party Saturday. De-
'' '< at !i p.m. at the Roval
Hotel Blue Rom, 15th and
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
A candlelight ceremony honor-
ing Hadassah Founder Henrietta
Szold will be held during the
cake cutting. President Beverly
Raphael will light the candle for
the future.
Chairman of the affair is Selma
Lewis, who will be assisted by
Kalee Raffel and Annette Melich,
correspondence: Simmi Gerel. re-
freshments and Naomi Siegel,
hostess.
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according to Mrs A A
president.
Music will
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of prizes will be iwardi d I i au ii-
ence participation contest win-1
ners.
"We are doing everything I i
make this affair bigger and betl
than last year's," Mrs Sidney
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Serving with Mrs. Stepkm are
Mrs. Ben Essen, co-chairman, and
Mis. H. Sher, ticket chairman.
Reservations may he made by t
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under our supervision. These are the only shops at present
being supervised by our Vaad Hakashruth. You may buy
at any oi these with the utmost confidence.
Look For The Beth Jacob
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Ir.- B. J. C. "Kosher Rin^s" on all poultry
V ..: .....:, e of kashruth lor the past ten years.
KOSHER POULTRY MARKETS
Guttman's Market, Quttman and Lapot, 325 Collins Ave.
S fc H Live Poultry Market. Elgison Bros.. 320 Collins Ave.
White Rose Market, Berman Bros., 87 Washington Ave.
KOSHER BUTCHER SHOPS
Beach Food Center. Jack Pomerantz, 1421 Washington Ave.
Community Food Center, Deutch & Levenson. 451-453 41st St.
Crown Market, Herman Rakear. 1122 151h St.
Deutch Hotel & Rest. Meat & Poultry Supply, 951 Collins CJ.
Empire Market. Henry Woider, 204 First St.
Guttman's Market. Nathan Slomkin. 325 Collins Ave.
Kahlenberg's Market. Sol Kahlenberg. 806 6th St.
Mel's Market. Sam Serlin. 704 Collins Ave.
Merlin's Market, Abe Rubin. 320 Collins Ave.
National Market. Diener Bros., 424 Collins Ave.
Normandy Market, Herman Goldberger. 1171 Everglade Cone.
Penn-Way Market. Sam Melnick. 1447 Drexel Aye.
Trachtenberg's Market, Rothstein 8t Winter. 1323 Washington
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Washington Food Center. Sam Deutch, 1051 Washington Ave.
Westchester Market, F. Woloder. 287 Collins Ave.
White Rose Market, Morris Heller, 87 Washington Ave.
Whitman's Market. Pores & Whitman, 1325 Washington Ave.
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PAGE FOUR
fJmisli Flcrkttairi
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. U



EDITORIAL
Mount Sinai
The dedication of Mount Sinai Hospital of
Greater Miami Sunday afternoon is proof positive
that dreams can come true.
Only fourteen years ago a qroup of public-
spirited citizens conceived the dream that is today
the great Mount Sinai Hospital, which will serve
mankind of every race, color and creed.
Vitally concerned about problems confronting
the communityespecially an acute shortage of
hospital bedsthis group decided that it was im-
perative to. launch a fund-raising drive for the
construction of a non-sectarian, non-profit general
hospital.
The outbreak of war temporarily eclipsed the
project; but after the war was over, the civic-
minded citizens turned again to the dream. Real-
izing that the need for hospital facilities had be-
come more acute because of a tremendous rise
in population, the group formed a non-profit
corporation, known as the Mount Sinai Hospital
of Greater Miami, Inc., on March 11, 1946. With
the articles of incorporation, the dream began to
become a reality.
In 1946-47 the corporation initiated a campaign
for funds which attracted the aid of top bracket
stage, radio and film stars, as well as noted news-
papermen. The group reached its goal after a
vigorous campaign, and the committee began
looking for a site.
In the meantime, activated by the dire need for
hospital facilities, the corporation took over the
operation of Alton Road Hospital which had
served as a navy hospital.
Among the locations studied by the group as
the site for the new hospital was the former
HELP HER TO HELP THEM
Nautilus Hotel, which was used as an army
medical clinic and rest home during the war.
The War Assets Administrafion set a price of
SI,400.000 on the Nautilus property. The City of
Miami Beach purchased the property last *
for a token sum because of its humanitarian
and turned it over to the Mount Sinai corporatu
The conversion from delapidated landmark
modern hospital has been going on since Febr
and has cost a total of approximately $500
The corporation has spent approximately $2
per bed, while average costs throughout'
nation for new hospital construction are r-k
S20.000 per bed. aa
The seven-story building has 214 beds
bassinets, the most modern equipment avail'ab
from radiology rooms and operating rooms to i
emergency electric plant.
Mount Sinai, rising majestically alonq
cayne Bay, is the Jewish community's contrB
tion to the welfare of the entire community
214 beds will do much to alleviate hospital eg1
gestion and its facilities will serve everyone, wi|
out regard to race, color or creed.
Tribute must be paid to the board of truste
for their wise leadership, their untiring wo
and their unwavering faith in the project.
Tribute must also be paid to the citizens of th
community who gave so liberallyso unselfish
of their time, their efforts and their money
bring about the fulfillment of this dream.
With its ideal location and climate, its careh
selected staff and excellent surgical, radiologio
and other diagnostic equipment, the hospital
destined to rank among the foremost media
centers in the country.
Mount Sinai will then, indeed, be a livid
memorial to the altruison and humanity of
Miami Jewish community.
Work Of 2,500 Members Of Hospital
Auxiliary Begins To Bear Fruit
bar, and Mrs. I. C. Greenberg will
handle the financial end. Others
helping in the planning are Mrs.
Frank Pearlman, Mrs. B. Wolf,
Mrs. Chester Krone and Mrs.
Beverly Becker.
Helping in the selection of
serviceable, vet eye-uppealing
bedroom furniture for the hospi-
tal were Mrs. Herbert N. Schwa, z
Continued from Page 1)
is in charge of all the purchasing
for 'he shop.
Planning to open the shop just
is soon as the hospital-opens. Mrs.
Henrv Wolff, chairman of the vol-
listed BDOUt 120 women who will
work in the shop from 9 a.m. to.
9 p.m. on four shifts seven days
eek. Shifts are from 9 to 12.
12 to 3. 3 to 6. and 6 to 9 p.m.
Mrs. Wolff said she still has a
few openings on the afternoon
md evening shifts and on week-
ends for volunteer workers.
Tiie shop itself will be set up
in the hospital waiting room with
ittractive shelves for magazines
ind knick knack displays and
ounters and showcases for other
items.
Another major project of the
operated for the hospital staff and
visitors to the hospital. Complete
with modern soda fountain and a
ounter. the snack bar will be
manned by professional workers.
Purchasing and administration
plans for the snack bar have been
supervised by Mrs. Saul Herman,
hairman. She said that all ar-
rangements have now been made
tor the opening of the snack bat-
just as soon as the hospital opens.
Taking charge of purchasing
the food and cigarettes to be sold
ire Mrs. Irving E. Marcus and
Mrs. Louis Stoff. Mrs. Barney
Weinkle will supervise any vol-
unteers who work in the snack
\ > Mosquitoes On
Hospital (vrounds
Survey Discloses
A clean bill of health has been
^iveri the grounds of Mount Sinai
Hospital of Greater Miami by
the Dade County Anti-Mosquito
District.
A survey was ordered by Fred
H. Stutz. the division's director.
Tuesday to assure authorities that
the hospital property was devoid
of any disease-transmitting mos-
quitoes before the hospital
opened.
The inspection was made by
Glenn K. Frazell. chief inspector
and foreman of the Dade County
Anti-Mosquito District. His tour
of the property did not find even
a pest type mosquito. He was pri-
marily searching for disease-
carrying mosquitoes.
Frazell said the property was a
breeding-ground for mosquitoes
five yews ago and was greatly
infested with all types of pests.
Now, however, he said there
probably is not a mosquito in the
grounds.
Thanks!
Our thanks to Mrs. Tema
Burk, of the Public Relations
Staf of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and
Louis Aronovitz, news editor of
The Jewish Floridian. for their
special efforts in preparation of
feature material about Mt.
Sinai Hospital appearing in this
issue.
and her committee. Mrs. Harry
Hacker met all summer with a
sewing group and made approxi-
mately 130 pairs of drapes in
cheerful floral designs for the
rooms.
Mrs. Joseph Dunt5v. chairman
of the library committee, is pre-
paring to put into action immedi-
ately after the hospital opens two
bookmobiles donated by the Mi-
ami Beach Exchange Club. During
the summer more than 1.000
books were donated to the li-
brary, and more are coming in
every day. Mrs. Duntov said.
The outpatient committee, un-
der the direction of Mrs, Leonard
Wien. also is waiting for the open-
ing of the hospital to start work,
but that committee, as all the
other women's committees, has
been planning its duties all sum-
mer. When the hospital is
opened, the outpatient room will
be on the main floor of the build-
ing. Other members of the com-
mittee are Mrs. Max Orovitz and
Mrs. Stanley Frehling.
Mrs. Aaron Reder is planning
to begin a nurses" aide and hospi-
tal aide training program shortly
after the hospital opens, and a
refresher course for women who
formerly worked at either of
these positions was begun Wed-
nesday.
A nurses recreational and wel-
fare group has been organized
under the leadership of Mrs.
Stanley Milledge and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Meyers. Mrs. Harold Spaet
is heading a social service group,
and the flower committee will as-
sume its duties of placing flowers
in waiting rooms and reception
rooms as soon as the hospital
opens.
Clerical workers are being in-
terviewed and screened by Mrs.
Harry Rubin in preparation for
the opening and the education
committee under Mrs. Jandon
Schwarz has planned several pro-
grams for the early days of the
hospital's operation.
In every instance, Mrs. Dobrin,
sparkplug of this very active
group, has appointed to commit-
tee chairmanships only women
experienced in the particular
field involved in order to obtain
the greatest organizational effi-
ciency possible. Then she has al-
lowed the committee to function
on their own initiative.
Denver Home
I nit To Mark
Birthday At Tea
The Sorrento Hotel will be the
setting for the tenth annual mem-
bership tea of the Greater Miami
Chapter of the National Home for
Jewish Children at Denver on
Tuesday, December 6, at 1:30 p.m.
The highlight of the afternoon's
program will be a ceremony
around- an annivecsary cake. The
past presidents and organizers of
the chapter will each light a
candle. Sol Goldstrom will offer
the opening prayer and Mrs.
Frank Cole will serve as narrator.
Mrs. Irving H. Miller, presi-
dent, will give a report on the
convention she attended this sum-
mer at the home in Denver. She
will also give a report of several
cases of local origin.
Entertainment for the after-
noon will consist of specialty
dances by the Sorrento Hotel
dancers and a piano recital by
Bernie Bennett of the Bennett
School of Music.
Katzes 'At Home' Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. .Katz, who
were married at the Shelborne
Hotel November 20, will be "at
home" Sunday, December 4. from
3 to 8 p.m. at 1326 S.W. 6th St.
Mrs. Katz, the former Mrs.
Ethel Burnstein. will be assisted
by her daughters, Mrs. David
Newman and Mrs. James Han-
delsman.
Flagler-Granada
Unit Plans Fetes
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter met Thursday, December 1,
at 8 p.m. at the Coral Gables
Woman's Club.
Leo Rothstcin. entertainment
chairman, announced that final
plans for the New Year's Eve
dance to be given at the Coral
Gables Woman's Club. Admission,
he revealed, will be five dolars
per couple, including food, and
reservations must be m=de in ad-
vance.
The group will hold a card
party December 10 at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks,
4495 S.W. 2nd St. Admission ac-
cording to Daniel Onoroff, will
be by reservations only. Pro-
ceeds from the affair are ear-
marked for the center building
fund.
The organization's choral group
meets every Monday evening at
8 o'clock, "station WTTT. Coral
Gables.
Mt. Sinai Establishes
24-Bed Negro Section
To augment the hospital facil-
ities for Negro patients in
Greater Miami, Mount Sinai
Hospital has set up a Negro
section with 24 medical and
surgical beds.
Located on the main floor of
the hospital, the section con-
tains an eight-bed room for
women, an eight-bed room for
men, and four two-bed rooms.
In addition ,the section con-
tains a delivery room with an
acoustical tile ceiling, a pantry,
nurses' workroom and visitors
and nurses' lavatories.
Book Exhibit
Set For Dec. 5-10
In observance of Jewish Book
Month celebrated nationally from
November 11 through December
11. a central book exhibit on the
theme of "More Books, More Wis-
dom." will be displayed at the
Miami Beach Public Library from
December 5 till December 10.
The book exhibit will feature
books of Jewish content in He-
brew. Yiddish and English. Also
displayed will be paintings and
art objects loaned by the Con-
gress of Jewish culture, covering
the gamut of Jewish art expres-
sion. Books will be arranged un-
der the headings of sacred litera-
ture: books in Hebrew, Yiddish;
and English, and a special dis-
play of juvenile Jewish litera-
ture.
The exhibit is open to the gen-
eral public and all are invited to
view the display during the week
of December 5.
The Jewish Book Council of
Greater Miami, under whose aus-
pices the display is presented, is
receiving cooperation of Miss Ber-
tha Aldrich, librarian of the Mi-
ami Beach Library. Entire ex-
hibit being under the supervision
of Mrs. Joseph Duntov.
The local Jewish Book Council
committee consists of Harry
Simonhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Duntov, Hy Rose, Mrs. Laura
Sachs, Jerry Carver, Max Meisel,
Julius Samuels, Bernard Hutner,
Louis Gadon, Morris Honigbaum,
and Louis Schwartzman, execu-
tive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education of Greater
Miami.
Beth David Service
To Be Broadcast
Late Friday evening services I
Congregation Beth David will'
broadcast weekly over static)
WWPB beginning Friday. Decen
ber 2. from 8:30 to 9 p.m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Canld
Maurice Mamches will condul
the services assisted by the Bel
David choir under the directiq
of Leon Schiff.
For the first 'Synagogij
Service of the Air" broadcast, tq
rabbi's topic will be "There
Dual Responsibility."
Since this Sabbath has bed
dedicated to Jewish Book Mor.:|
the rabbi will also speak on th
subject.
Gables Women
Plan Bazaar
The Sisterhood of the Csrj
Gables Jewish Center will spod
sor a bazaar Sunday. Decembd
4, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at U|
center, 320 Palermo Ave.. accorJ
ing to an announcement by Mrl
Irving Gerstenfeld. president. I
The sisterhood and men's clJ
will set up booths and ser
meals all dav. Hand made art!
cles. cakes and other foods JUT
be on sale. Outdoor games nav
also been arranged. .
Mrs. William Karo is chairma
of the event. Assisting her x\
Mrs. Joseph Platt. Mrs. Budfl
Alpert and Mrs. Milton ^aiiei
Mrs. Sam Silver is in charge
the food booth. ...
The affair is open to the Puo'i
and proceeds will go tftiU]
equipping the kitchen.
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1949
Tropical Lodge
Safe Of Drive
"",!" B'nai B'rith.
,.l door-ta-door
rent "Big 49"
nSundav Dc-
6^4 with two breakfasts,
% Mtami and ..ne in Miami
cne
BWf"-opach group will meet at
JKSdor Cafeteria at 10
"* rhai-man will be Seymour
''" ..r Serving with Brenner
B Budd Cutler. Gershon S.
a;.. Alvin Budner. Arnold
jjfiln. Hal Kaye. David Moldan
ifSSmfSup will be head-
Jbv Arthur J. Stern assisted by
fciieberman. Ernest Hams.
u*i Morris. Lewis Sternshein.
give? Bran, and Sanford Siff.
"Following the breakfast mem-
S of the committee will visit
^Joective members to carry the
ScTof B-na. B'rith directly to
the prospects.
plans have been arranged foi
, tet-acquainted-with-new-mem-
iS-smoker to be held the fol-
lowing week. __________
WINZ To Air Third In
Hadassah Radio Series
Renascence." a fifteen-minute
dramatic radio show, by Theo-
do-eWard. starring Lotte Stavis-
kv as a Hadassah social service
nurse who finds her salvation by
helping a Moroccan Jewish fam-
ily, will be heard on Sunday, De-
cember 4. over station WINZ at
115-1:30. during the Yiddish
Cfccsical Hour. This is the third
of a series of six programs which
depict the work of a quarter of a
million American members of Ha-
dassah in Israel. Mrs. Benjamin
Sherry is radio chairman of the
Miami Beach Group.
Miami .ICIIS I 'nil
To Hold Dance
The Greater Miami Auxiliary
cf the Jewish Consumptives Re-
lief Society will hold a dance on
Sunday evening. December 4, at
Schon, chairman, and Mrs. Jack
the Sorrento Hotel. Mrs. E. E.
Gordon, co-chairman, are in
charge of tickets for this affair.
The junior group of the auxuil-
ii.y under their chairman, Toby
Goiuskin. will also participate in
this affair.
Proceeds will be used for pati-
ents in the tubercular wards at
Jackson .Memorial and Kendell
hospitals and for patients at the
sanitarium at Spivak, Colorado.
Convention Delegates
Report To Beach Unit
Of Junior Hadassah
Phyllis Wilpon and Bevi
Raphael have usl return. I i m
Pittsburgh, Pennsv
g>ey were del.
Beach to Junior i na_
tional convention, which I
place at the William Penn H. tel
November 23 to 26.
The delegation helped to :
ulate plans for Junior Had.,
program of child care, rehabilita-
tion and education in Israel and
Jewish education and Am.
affairs in the United States.
Miss Raphael, president of the
local group, had charge of the
session on leadership. She in-
troduced Seymour \V( issman, di-
rector of the Brooklyn Zionist
Youth Commission, who spoke to
the delegates on "The Concepts
of Leadership."
The Beach unit he id a dessert
and coffee on Thursday. Decem-
ber 1. at 8 p.m. at Keen's Rest-
aurant. Miss Wilpon and Miss
Raphael reported on the conven-
tion highlights.
ADL Program Set For
Airing Saturday Eve
"Hey. Cabbie." starring Sam
Levene. noted Hollywood and
Broadway actor, will be broadcast
as the latest episode in the "Let
We Forget The American
Dream" series. Saturday. Decem-
ber 3. at 5 p.m. over station
WVCG. Coral Gables.
Participants in the fifteen-
minute live panel discussion to
follow immediately will be Her-
bert L. Blume. Miami attorney,
who will serve as moderator; Mrs.
Vladimir Virrick. civic leader;
Sam Silver, recently appointed
judge of West Miami; and Alvin
H. Corenblum. West Miami
builder.
ne- Cabbie" was produced for
radio by the Institute for Demo-
cratic Education in cooperation
wit!> the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith.
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Obituaries
YETTA HAMERSMITH


Bea< h
MRS RHEA KAPLAN
. ,. Kaplan ;.;,... ;.. ar.
md Mr,. MaN t
21'1 "n Burton of Charlegton
2"i daughter Ml I nor*
I""-' '.* Miami: .1......,.. .' SK
',':"' l;"" and Mrs. Ann Mom. of
Miami, and Mr.. ,; Mlttel .
' >'-..- "J* brother., Hy, M
1 Harry, Sidney and l..,m
rt*. all of Miami, and three
grandchildren. Service, wer. held ...
the Gordon Funeral Horn, i
with Rabbi Murraj Or* iei i fl
interment was m Mt \, i ,
JEWISH WOMAN TO DO
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
and act as companion for eld-
rly woman. Prefer someone
willing to exchange services in
return for home and subsist-
ence. Would consider small
salary to right person. Please
write M. Moss. 539 Clematis
St.. West Palm Beach. Fie..
slating age. etc.
Rabbi Lehrman Speaks
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spirit-
ual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, delivered the
principal address at the memorial
services sponsored by the Miami
Beach Elks Lodge 1601. on Thurs-
day. December 1. at 8:30 p.m.. at
720 West Ave.
The program was presented in
honor of the departed members
of the Elks Lodge. Sol Goldstrom
was in charge of program ar-
rangements and Exalted Ruler
Morris G. Warner presided.
Theatre Party Slated
A theatre party has been ar-
ranged by Tropical Lodge. B'nai
B'rith. for Saturday, December 3,
it has been announced by A.
Budd Cutler, president.
Alfred Bieley. chairman of the
event, has arranged for the group
to attend the University of Miami
Box Theatre's production ot
"Comedy of Errors."
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JACOB D. GREENBERG
61, of 4485 Nautilus Drive, p
awaj Tuesday In .. local hospital. He
II irvlved bj Ms wife Lillian, a son
Charles, of Miami Beach, and
daughter, Mrs. iiuth Oreenbaum, ..f
l;.....Kline, Ma.s. where the body was
sent by Riverside Memorial Chap. I.
WILLIAM HOFFMAN
Of 2121 Lake Pancoast Drive, Miami
Beach, passed away last FYIda\ Serv-
ices wen h.l.l at the Riverside
Memorial t'hapel with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating. Interment took
place in Mt. win. cemeterj Mr,
Hoffman came to Miami ten rear,
ago. II. I. survived by his wife,
Charlotte; a sun, James, ;i daughter,
.Mrs. Irene Reich; ;i brother Solomon,
>f New Ycrk, ami one grandson.
MISS SUE HELIGMAN
29, of Hi" Pennsylvania Ave.,
passed awa> Sunday, she is survived
by her mother, Mr.. Ida Heilgman and
i sister, Mrs. Ann Leslie, Miami
Beach. Services were heiri at the
Riverside Memorial Chapel ^followed
by Interment In Mt. Nebo Cemet.
Unveiling
AUSTIN UNVEILING
The unveiling of a memorial t< th-
memory of the late Bella Esther Aus-
tin. :'::>',i S.W. 15th St.. will take place
Sunday afternoon al 2 p.m. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Murraj Grauer,
"f Cong. Di-th El, will officiate
tlve. and friend, are asked to attend.
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Mimsye Seiden Becomes Mrs. Leon May
In Temple Israel Ceremony Nov. 20
Before an altar covered with
white chrysanthemums and
greens Miss Mimsye Seiden,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Seiden of 4410 Nautilus Drive,
Minmi Beach, became the bride
of Leon Mav, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mortimer May of Nashville.
Tenn.. at Temple Israel November
2C. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan read the
candlelight service.
Preceding and during the cere-
mony, bridal music was presented
y Miss Frances Tarboux. organ-
ist, and Miss Baraba Ehart was
vocal soloist.
The bride, given in marriage
her father, wore a gown of
ivory satin, fashioned off the
shoulder with a yoke of net and
long tight sleeves. Sprays of seed
iris were embroidered on the
alder line as well as over the
i tire gown and court train. Her
tap of pleated net and valley
ilies secured a full length veil
n both sides of the train. She
: ied a cascade bouquet of
Lit lilies and white orchids.
Mrs. Robert Blum, Jr. of Nash-
. lie, sister of the bridegro
Who served as matron of honor.
was gowned in ice blue satin. The
bridesmaids. Miss Terry Blum-
berg of Dothan. Ala., and Miss
Henriet Goldman of Miami Beach,
wore identical gowns of ice blue
satin. All attendants carried satin
muffs covered with shaded or-
chid pompoms. Miss Greta Jose-
loff kept the bride's book. Nancy
May Blum, attired in blue ruffled
net. was flower girl.
Gus Kahn. Jr. of Nashville
served as best man. Ushers were
Ronald Seiden. brother of the
bride. Morris Burk and Robert
Brenner of Miami Beach. Robert
Blum, Jr., and Joe Gilbert. Jr.. of
Nashville, and Howard Seiden of
Chicago.
A reception following the cere-
:. was held at the home of the
ide's parents. Receiving the
sis were the bride's mother
who wore a grey crepe gown with
draped neckline and overskirt
gray Chantillv lace with deep
pie orchids; Mrs. May in a
strapless cocoa lace and net gown
ever turquoise tafetta with match-
ing net stole and bronze orchids:
i-.nd Mrs. Charles Greenfield,
maternal grandmother of the
bride, in beaded pink chiffon and
white orchids.
For going away, the former
Miss Seiden chose a gray suit
with square collar trimmed in
steel cut beads, gray hat, and
navy accessories. After a wedding
trip to Havana, Mexico and New
Orleans, the newlyweds will make
their home in Nashville.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami
and the University of Wisconsin
She is a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority.
The bridegroom attended the
Peabody Demonstration School in
Nashville. He was graduated from
Vanderbilt University where he
was affiliated with Zeta Beta
Tau fraternity. Mr. Mav is a
member of the Woodmont Coun-
Mrs. Leon May
try Club in Nashville. During the
war he served in the Navy for
three years and was discharged
with the rank of lieutenant and
is now associated with the May
Hosiery Mills.
Out of town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Mortimer May. Mr. and
Mrs. Dan May. Miss Betsy May.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blum, Jr.,
Nancy May Blum. Joe Gilbert.
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kahn. Jr.
all of Nashville: Mr. and Mrs.
Myer Blumberg and Miss Terry
Blumberg, Dothan. Ala.; Mrs.
Max Bloch, Mrs. Gus Bloch and
Miss Helen Bloch. Memphis,
Tenn.: Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Morris,
and Mrs. Sam Brackstone of
Corinth, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Garfinkel. Mrs. I. M. Garfield,
Mrs. J. Theil, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Gutman all of Philadelphia; Mr.
and Mrs. Seiden and Howard
Seiden of Chicago: Mrs. Al
Landsman of New York City; Mr.
find Mrs. Harry Cantor of Eliza-
beth, N. J.
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Mrs. Shubow Entertains
Mrs. Minnie Shubow held open
house at her home, 422 Jefferson
Ave.. Miami Beach, on Saturday,
November 19. in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah of her grandson. Marvin
Eugene Bloom. Members of Pio-
neer Women Club No. Two of
Miami Beach were on hand to
celebrate the occasion. Mrs. Le-
vine and Mr. and Mrs. William
Malmuth made contributions to
the Jewish National Fund in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah.
Rita Rothblatt,
Jerry Seftell Wed
Rabbi Simon April solemnized
the marriage of Miss Rita Roth-
blatt to Jerry Seftell on October
23 at the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rothblatt.
1601 N.W. 18th St. The bride-
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Seftell, 1931 S.W. 22nd
Ave.
The bride wore a brocaded
damask gown. A cluster of da-
mask flowers secured her veil.
She carried a prayer book covered
with white orchids and
stephanotis.
Miss Bernice Rothblatt was her
sister's maid of honor. Brides-
maids were her cousins, the
Misses Bernice and Julie Chabner
and Miss Theda Bohr.
Raymond Seftell was best man
and ushering were Slan Kessler,
Victor Leff and Herbert Gross.
Mrs. Seftell attended schools in
the North. Her husband attended
the University of Florida, where
he was affiliated with Tau Ep-
silon Phi fraternity.
The couple motored to New
York for a wedding trip.
Spectors To Celebrate Golden
At Family Dinner Sunday Night
Wedfi
Mi. and Mrs. William Spector
A family dinner at the Sherry
Frontenac Hotel on Sunday night.
December 4. will mark the golden
wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. William Spector. 6860 Ab-
bott Ave.. Miami Beach.
Married in Philadelphia on De-
cember 5. 1899. the Spectors spent
most of their married life in
Stanton. Va.. where their four
sons. Louis. Martin W.. J. Ber-
nard and Charles Henry, were
born.
Mr. and Mrs. Spector and
Bernard, moved to Miami Be
in 1936. Mr. Spector was engaj
in the hotel business. In 1943]
sold his interest in the
Yorker Hotel and has been
tired since. Bernard and Marl
also reside nere.
Mrs. Spector's brother
sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
L. Barber, who live in Mid
Beach will attend the dinner
Ir. HaflaKsali To
Hold Formal
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah will hold its 1950 member-
ship formal on Saturday, Decem-
ber 10. at 8:30 p.m. at the Sor-
rento Hotel. Miami Beach.
Miss Shirley Friedman, mem-
bership chairman, announces that
there will be entertainment and
music will be provided by Mai
Malkin's orchestra. Crowning of
a membership queen will be the
highlight of the evening.
Charma Cohen, co-chairman, Di
tie Pepper and Joyce Schne|
man.
Serving with
on the dance
Miss Friedman
committee are
Mrs. Jerry Seftell
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v DECEMBER 2, 1949
personally Speaking
esa Cohen flew in from New York, where she is a
hei on Time magazine, to spend the Thanksgiving week
f^, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen.
* *
[Thanksgiving babya son, Michael Allanwas born to
>Mrs. jack S. Mintzer at St. Francis Hospital on Novem-
Jcrt 9:4s am- Tne Mintzers- who live at 1018 Venetian
Aid three weeks previously set up their printing of the
fcjnouncement and were able to predict to the day the
ibirth. All that had to be added to roll the announcements
inress were the name and time of birth.
,p *
Egbbi Colman A. Zwitman, spiritual leader cf Temple
$ spending several weeks in New York, where he is
nina treatment at Mount Sinai Hospital.
^y *
f, Anton Loebs of DiLido Island, Miami Beach, had triple
I to celebrate on November 24. Not only was this Thanks-
iand Mrs. Loeb's birthday, but a son was born to the:u
I date.
* M M
iuneymoonina at the Royal Palm Hotel in Miami Beach
k. and Mrs. Euaene Schwed of Bronx, N. Y. This trio is
g Mrs. Schwed, the former Sarah Newman of Brooklyn.
fond Scranton. Pa., an opportunity to visit with her close
Mrs. Frieda Rappaport, 2136 N.W. 8th Ave.
* -It *
I Senator-elect and Mrs. Herbert Lehman were recent guests
iBillmore Hotel, Palm Beach.
* *
^Milton Weisman, New York, who has business interests in
i Beach and West Palm Beach, spent several days in that
(before emplaning for San Juan, Puerto Rico.
* *
| The bris for Arnold Gene Bernstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernstein, 1520 S.W. 5th St., was held Thanksgiving day
ihome of h:s parents. Sandek was I. Schwartz, the baby's
ilather. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Palmer.
I Rev. Lazarus Lehrer officiated.
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PAGE SEVEIN
Thelma Rappaport, Sidney Potlock
Exchange Vows Al Sorrento Hotel
Miss Thelma Rappaport i x-
changed vows with Sidney Pot-
ock on November 20 at 7 p.m. at
the Sorrento Hotel. Miami Bi
before Rabbi Max Sh.,piro.
The bride is the ch.ufihter of
Mr and Mrs H. Rapp.,P,,:t. 3070
S.W. .ith St. Mr. Pollock's parents
IZ thl' A. Potl a of Baltin re,
Md.
Given in marriage by her
Rochelle Draizan. cousin of the
bride, was flower girl.
Mac Stein, cousin of the bride.
was best man.
For the occasion the bride's
mother wore light blue lace and
pu:ple orchids, while- the bride-
groom's mother was attired in
light green crepe, also with or-
chids.
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Youne Adult Group of the
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Tossy Spivakovsky. phenomen-
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be soloist with the University of
Miami Symphony Orches-.ra on
Sunday and Monday. December
11 and 12. at the Miami High
School auditorium.
As a special attraction. Modi
Alloo. the musical director, has
programmed the first American
performance of a new work by a
Norwegian composer. Symphony
No. One by Klaus Egge.
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Remember the Three Baers?
We see them regularly at Original
Hoffman's for Sunday breakfast
Poppa Baer. Mama Baer and
the little Baer behind, usually.
One day someone had beaten
The former Miss Rappaport at- them to their favorite table.
tended schools in Indianapolis. "Somebody is sitting in MY
mi and was a vice president
of Debbs Chapter. B'nai B'rith
loung Women. Her husband is ,
a Nm ran. After a wedding One table i
ti.p to >. w > rk, the couple will r ,..-c a.
lalti nore.
Nuptials Scheduled
Ml Mrs. J. Cohen announce
rriage of their
' Milton
of Mr. and Mrs.
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Saturd evening. December 3, a*
th El. 500 s.W.
A\( Relatives and friends
inviti attend.
A. I. KAPLAN
Mrs. Sidney Pollock
father, the bride wore a white
satin gown fashioned along
princess lines and featuring a
scooped out neckline, a satin ber-
tha trimmed in seed pearl. Her
illusion veil fell from a seed
pearl tiara. She carried a bible
topped with white orchids.
Mrs. Sara Berkowitz of Balti-
more, sister of the bridegroom,
served as matron of honor in
pink satin. Bridesmaids were the
Misses Sylvia Zagoria and Mar-
gery Weinstein. who were dressed
in identical gowns of teal blue
and American beauty red taffeta.
Young Miami attorney, savs: "I
am enthusiastic about FARR.
They're my kind of people
efficient, friendly and accurate."
FA IS It Your Travel Agent
chair." boomed Papa Baer and
before Momma could lower the
boom. Babv Baer s;:id. "Why fuss?
s as nice as the other.
eat"
So they had orange juice
(freshly squeezed I and then some
porridge, oatmeal to you. Papa
and Mama Baer loved it. fount!
it neither too hot nor too cold.
It was JUST right. But Baby
Baer refused to eat his oatmeal.
'! .'.anted Goldi-lox. He had
some goiden-lox at the
er and shoot him, span-
do what you will, he wanted lox.
Papa Baer couldn't bear to a;^u>
wi h his pride and boy. so they
ordered some smoked salmcn Ir.
tasting it, Papa and Mama tasted
so much of it. they forgot to
leave some for Baby. "Somebody
ate up all MY lox." he cried, but
little Cookie Beck, aged 4. sitting
at the next table and secretly in
love with Baby Baer. sneaked him
a few cookies and saved the day.
As the Three Baers were leav-
ing, someone who'd been listening
to Barrv Gray too long, said
""Better lox next time.'" And Baby
Baer. a Buddy Allen prospect,
retorted. "Who are you. Turhan
Bay-gel?"
So for breakfast, lunch, dinner
or just "puns" and coffee, if you
cat like a bear or a baby, drop
in at air-conditioned
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The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Buster
Meltzer. owner of the Colony
Restaurant. Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiat-
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FRIDAY. DECEMBP
.
VMp, Bride To
Attend Dinner
The nation's favorite honey-
mooners. Vice President A
B. rkley and liis bride, will be the
main attraction at Miami's Jeffer-
son-Jackson Day Victory dini
December 17. when more than
3.000 Democrats are expected to
gather in Dinner Key auditorium.
Although the Veep has been
listed as the main speaker, he
will have some oratorical com-
petition from Senators Claude
Pepper and Spessard L. Holland.
Governor Fuller Warren and U. S.
Representative George' Smatheis.
More than a dozen Greater Mi-
ami radio stations are expected
to broadcast the event. It will
also be televized.
Democrats are being asked to
pay only $10 per plate for the
feast.
Since Dinner Kev will accom-
modate only 3,000 dinners. Demo-
crats were advised by the com-
mittee in charge to purchase
tickets well in advance of the oc-
casion. The dinner will start
promptly at 7:30 p.m.
Purpose of the dinner is to
raise party campaign funds, to
increase party solidarity and to
bring as many as possible of those
back into the Democratic party
who voted Dixiecrat in 1948, com-
mittee members said.
Seventy-five per cent of the net
proceeds from the dinner will be
turnd over to the state Demo-
crats and the other twenty-five
per cent will be sent to the
national treasury.
Auxiliary Plans
Benefit Partv
Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged will hold a
benefit card party at 8 p.m. on
Sunday. December 4. in the Dora
August Memorial Hall of Con-
gregation Beth El, 500 S.W. 17th
Ave.
Proceeds will go to the auxili-
ary's pledge in the drive to raise
litnds for building a Jarger home.
Mesdames Isidor Cohen. Joel
Zalis. Harry Einhorn, Jack Krone
and J. Katz are in charge of ar-
rangements.
Card Party Slated
A mah jong and card party is
scheduled by the Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary. Norman
Bruce Brown Post 174. for Thurs-
day, December 8. at 8 p.m. at
Congregation B*th El, 500 S.W.
i 17th Ave.
Prizes will be awarded and re-
freshments will be served. All
proceeds will be used for the
group's work at Pratt General
Hospital, Coral Gables.
Other plans for December in-
clude a games party for patients
at Pratt on Thursdav. December
15. and a holiday carnival at the
hospital on December 22.
Isaiah Youth
Plan Danee
"December S'no." a dance and
entertainment will be sponsored
by the Temple Isaiah Young
People's League at the Shelborne
Hotel, 1801 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, on Saturday, December 10.
at 9 p.m.
Featured on the evening's pro-
gram will be a rumba contest
with prizes for the winners.
Slated '.>' appear in the floor
show are Johnny Gloria, baritone;
Jerri Mason, female impersonator
and pantomimic: Lillian Steen.
coloratura soprano. Al Kullick
will serve as master of cere-
monies.
This group of women has been sewing and cr
months in preparation for the Temple Beth Sholo
ber 6 at the temple. The bazaar, which is under t
for two days beginning December 6 from 11 a.m. t
clothes io antiques and washing machines will b
wards the support of Temple Beth Sholom religi
Shown here are: (seated) the Mesdames L. M.
Bernard Bloom, David Denner, O. Rosenberg; (sta
Mencher, Louis Stoff, Camille Baum, Reuben Phi
chairman). A. Green. Pat Leslie, Allen Wagner, C
eating arts and crafts items for the oui
m Sisterhood Bazaar which will open on
he chairmanship of Mrs. Bessie Nelson
o midnight. Items of every description i
e sold and auctioned, proeceds of which wil
ous schol.
Danerhirsh, L. Rosenihal. Ira Rosen, Abel
nding) the Mesdames Irving Marcus I
Hips. A. Karton, Lyon Pitt, S. Pack, Bessie!
harles Raab.
Beth Tfilah Women To
Hold Get-Together Affair
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Tfilah will hold a get-to-
gether supper in honor of mem-
bers who recently returned to
Miami Beach on Sunday, Decem-
ber 4, at 5 p.m. at the synagogue.
A program has been arranged by I
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. spirit-
ual leader of the congregation.
The committee in charge of the |
affair includes the Mesdames Ida j
Diamond, chairman. Rachel Katz.'
Hyman Zaidman. Pearl Graetz. |
Rose Kaplan and A. Pakula.
1000 Attend AZA. BBG
Services At Beach Center
Over 1000 attended the silver
anniversary AZA and BBG B'nai
B'rith Sabbath service held Fri-
day evening at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officating.
Greetings from B'nai B'rith
Girls was given bv Mavis Meyers,
and greeting from Aleph Zadik
Aleph were given by Stephen
Fregger. Others participating
were Jay Linn. Catherine Roth-
man, Morton Smith, Louis Gold-
berg. Tobie Goluskin and Stephan
Kobley.
Ehrenreich Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Wil-
. Ham Ehrenreich, husband of Mrs.
Rose Ehrenreich. will take place
on Sunday, December 11. at 2
p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
: Mr. Ehrenreich, who passed away
j November 29, 1948. is also sur- I
j vived by two sons, Milton, Miami I
; Beach and Dr. Jack, Buffalo, N. i
i V.: one sister, Pearl: and two |
| brothers, Abe and Sol. Relatives
and friends are asked to be
i present.
Tropical Park Opening
More than 100 riders and a
capacity quota of approximately
950 thoroughbreds wpre on hand
when xrOplCdi r-aric opened on.
Wednesday to begin Miami's first
horse racing meeting of the 1949-
50 season.
Among the officials present for
the opening were Gerald Brady,
director of racing: Francis P.
Dunne, racing secretary; William
R. Dahlstrom, assisting racing
secretary; Albert H. Nun. Thomas
A. Steele and James P. Ross. Jr..
placing judges; George Snow.
George Read, F. G. Farrell and
James H. Butwell, patrol judges:
A. Bonagura, clerk of scales;
Thomas J. Brown and Read, pad-
dock judges; George R. Wing-
field, starter; Nun, timer; Henry
E. Collins, general superintendent,
and Dinty D. Dennis who has
been returned to the post of pub-
licity director after four years.
Postmaster To Speak
Samuel P. Valliere, chief post-
master of the Miami and Miami
Beach office, will be the princi-
pal speaker at the Miami Beach,
B'nai B'rith, luncheon flub on
Tuesday, December 6, at 12:15
p.m., at the Hamburger Hearth
Restaurant, 1475 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach, it has been
announced by Jack Gold, club
chairman.
si
Alumnae Barbecue
A barbecue dinner and dance
will be held by the Alpha Epsilon
Phi Alumnae Association on Sat-
urday, December 3, at 7 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Leonard Jacob-
son, 6410 Bay Road, Miami Beach.
The party will be informal and
is being arranged by Mrs. Al
Rubin. Mrs. Arthur Kaplan and
Mrs. Harold Stone.
All alumnae and their guests
are invited to attend.
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1949
iL^^tfhridliair
PAGE NINE
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Dedication
conducted by
fantor Lcib Lange at the
Kneseth Israel, 1415
C Miami Beach, on
1 Saturday. December
g Will usher in a week-
tdkation celebration.
Jay. December 18, at 4
I dedication program will
* Mayor Harold Turk,
Mlami rabbis and other
fcal leaders. Cantor Lange
fing at that time.
L December 20. has been
Sas"Lad,esNi:-f.and
. nf the congregations
ELxiliary will be installed
fevenmw A prominent
will be guest speaker.
Snportamv of the SynA-
L Jewish Life will be the
of the program scheduled
Wednesdav's "Synagogue
presidents of all Greater
,iynagcgue= have been in-
fer the event. .
,jsh Education Night is
(or Thursday. December 22.
fcn of Kneselh Israel Tal-
lorah will participate in a
a program at this as-
"sunday. December 25. at 3
iSeferTorah presented to
magogue bv Solomon Stein-
be dedicated At 8 p.m. on
date a buffet supper will
ither information about the
ition schedule may be ob-
| by listening to Rabbi
i weekly broadcasts over
Ion Sunday from 12:15 to
p.m.
|tt Drive
Extended
le County Community
d $1,004,448 drive, which
ttted less than 40 per cent of
hal after a m nth of earn-
ing, will be extended in-
ly, leaders announced this
The eampaien originally
Ijcheduled to end November
::
Six Miami.'ius (m-i
Zionist Offices
Six members of the Miami
Beach Zionist District were
elected to regional offices at the
group's Southeastern conclave in
Atlanta.
Jake Felt was named honorary
president; I. R. Goodman, region-
al vice president for Florida; Alex
Van Straaten, honorary vice
president; Abe Goodman. S. A.
Goodman and Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish. administrative committee
members.
Ben R. Winick of Knoxville.
Tenn., was named president.
The conference adopted a bud-
get of $65,000 for the American
Zionist Fund which powers the
educational and public relations
projects of the ZOA and $15,000
for the American House in Israel,
a project initiated by the organ-
ziation last summer through the
special efforts of President
Daniel Frisch.
Among the resolutions of major
importance were an endorsement
of President Frisch and his ad-
ministration; support of the pro-
posals of the Israeli government
for dealing with the question of
Jerusalem; approving a move to
bring North Carolina into the
Southeastern Region: launching
of a special membership drive in
honor of Mortimer May: and giv-
ing all-out aid to the successful
culmination of the UJA drives
in the various communities.
Highlights of the conference
were addresses by President
Daniel Frisch and Senator Estes
Kefauver of Tennessee.
r li"? P for the testimonial dinner honoring David Whitman, president of Congregation
Beth Jacob, are the members of the congregation pictured here. Left to right are I. Brenner, Joseph
Cohen Max D. Goldhagen, Harry Sonz. co-chairman; Dr. Maurice Klein, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
Judge Bernard Frank, M. B. Frank, co-chairman: Mai Englar.der. publicity chairman; rfathan
Schwartz. Saul Genet, program chairman; Samuel Deutsch.
Temple Israel
Ladies To Meet
Chanuka will provide the main
theme for the December meeting
and party of the Temple Israel
Sisterhood on Monday. December
5, at 1:30 p.m. in Kaplan Hall.
Miss Susan Korn, chairman of
the Council of North London Pro-
gressive Synagogues, will speak
on "The Rededication of Liberal
Judaism in the New Era."
New members will be invited
to participate in the Chanuka
candle lighting ceremony.
Mrs. Pany Flaum will demons-
trate floral arrangements.
Lania To Speak
To Local Units
Leo Lania. distinguished for-
eign correspondent, playwright
and novelist, will speak at the
Temple Beth Sholom Oneg Shab-
bat Friday. December 2. after
the evening service. He will also
address the young adult con-
clave to be held December 9. 10
and 11 at the University of Miami
south campus. ____________
Lania, whose record of unbe-
lievable adventure has made him
a man of many countries and
many daring escapes, is now one
of the editors of the United Na-
tions World Magazine. During the
war. he served with the Office
of War Information as editor of
foreign language propaganda
broadcasts beamed to the enemy
nations. In this work. Lania had
behind him more than 20 years
experience as an editor and for-
eign c*respondent in Austria and
Germany, having at one time
served as a foreign correspondent
in Austria and Germany, having
served as assistant to Edgar A.
Mowrer when the latter was Ber-
lin correspondent of the Chicago
Daily News.
Marriage Announced
Mrs. Lena Abenson. 942 Penn-
i sylvania Ave.. Miami Beach, an-
nounces the marriaoo nf hpr son,
Saul M.. to Lillian Berg, formerly
of Buffalo. N. Y. on November
I 3. The couple is residing at 942
Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach.
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Sen. Pepper To Address Academy
Anniversary Dinner December 11
Stnator Claude Pepper will ad-
dress the second annual anni-
versary dinner .if Miami Beach's
Hebrew Academy on December
11 j.t Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel.
Dr. David S. Andron. president of
the academy, announced this
Senator Pepper, senior senator
from Florida, has achieved high
recognition as a liberal leader in
!>e federal government. Topic of
Senator Pepper's keynote address
has not yet teen revealed.
"Becaii.....I Senator Pepper's
outstanding reputation as one of
.hi: national leadei s and bee
hi hi-; forcefulness as a speaker,
we feel we are particularly i n -
tun. in si curing him as chief
penki I the December 11
event." asserted committee chair-
man. Aaron Courshon.
Other high ranking govern-
mental officials and educational
leaders expected to attend the
event include Senator Spessard
L. Holland. Gov. Fuller Warren,
Rep. George Smathers. State
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion Thomas Bailey, University ol
Miami President Bowman F.
Ashe and Miami Beach Mayor
Harold Turk,
i lhairman Courshon predii I I a
ecord turnout of friends of th<
l. bn A< i I my tor the dinner,
stating that "the appeal of our
pi upled with the
other inte t!u'
dinner, should insure an en-
thusiastic response
Chanyfca Preparation Institute Slated
For Tuesday At Miami Jewish Center
ann nuka Pre-
n institute fo
Sri i Tue day morning, December i>
i ii .!< wish i lommunity
Cei ter O MHA), 540 S.W. 16th
Vvi The institute will b< gin at
. 30 n and c include al 12 noon
'! iii- enti: e morning will 1
; to instruction "i parents
anuka songs, games, recipes
iii. fam ius I i'..e. stories and
! ations tor the festival. Ar-
have been made ..t
enter to i for all childn n
ii f een thi ages of three and
renl maj bring
< hildn n with then,
Tin institut) is being sponsored
ie Bun ..'.i ol .Jewish Educa-
: ation with all PTA's
itei'hoods "I Jewish imii-
. itions Beth David Congrega-
ion will be represented by Mis.
rlai y Gordon, Mrs. Abraham
'.. tan; Congregation Beth El,
Mrs. Cymie Cantor and Mrs. Ed-
ward Schwartz: Coral Gables.
Richmond and Mrs.
:' nG tai United
Is, Mrs. Bill Fishman and
Mrs. Esther C >hi n; Miami He-
brew School. M;s. I) irothy Bl ink
and Mrs. Fanny April; Temple
[s ael, Mrs. Max Meisel; North
Side Ci nti Mrs. Rose Borken
and Mrs Tessie Rolnick: Hialeah-
.; mi Springs Center, Mrs. Irene
Bi cker and Mrs. Grace Goldstein
The faculty of the institut- will
consist "i the Mesdames Leon
Kronish, Max SI i Els
irtzman, Julius Samuels and
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
A special Chanuka h >okle1
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11 be d stributed at
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December 3, at 8 p.m. at the
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1949
.rah ti*
bfrah--,./ musical tea
^Jenist fhrldtori
in th
, Hotel.
rjecember 8. at
Puguda Room
b :
rSppwr on the pi
ii Be
'JStf Harold Winn.
pro-
on,
-v Mini
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,-eni. Ti-:ii;nm
y. William
Rubin,
V. alsey.
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SS nd Herbert
^imon Named
jist Psts
Lr.l- -.*?*.
iGablesZi n I District,
L, Simon, member of
L were elected to the
Utive committee of the
Mhe con:. [*,*!
L^, region recently held
olutmns ttee and
liber oft)- ncom-
j -.he conventi
m meeting f the group
t
. at-he h Mr- and
El127N.\ r Ct.
Over 100 Leading Citizens Invited To
Delmonico Dining Room Opening
The openinq of the new Delmrmir-n 4i
Delrnonico Hotel wiUbe celebrafedSoyt^inrDeclS
6, it was announced yesterday by David Rosner
Rosner with his family associates recently acquired the
swank Delrnonico on a ten-year lease. Th-> hotel, in the ex
elusive North Beach strand of
Miami Beach, will specialize m
cuisine and die!
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traditional
laws.
Guests invited to parl
the dininR room's official opening
include more than one hui
distinguished figures in | n
Greater Miami community, in
professional, business banking
and religious circles. Hosts at the
opening dinner will be Mr. and
Mrs. David Rosner and Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Slotnick.
The dinner is scheduled for 3:30
p.m. to 7 p.m.
Rosner recently completed ex-
tensive remodeling of the Del-
monico, and redecoration of the I
ho attended the meet lobby and guest rooms. Contain-
ttfrom the Coral Gables ing lol rooms on the oceanfr.mt '
sp-ved as c i-chairman at 64th St.. the Delmonico boasts
1 its own 200 feet of private be
an outdoor swimming pool and
dance-patio, a marine promenade
overlooking the ocean, full ca-
rvna ctfony. and its own largo
private parking lot on C
Ave. opposite the hotel. On the
premises are complete guest serv-
ices and facility's i*i?luding bar-
ber shop and beauty shop.
and tour, valet and laundrv
service.
Photo Studio Opened
Leo L. Steinri G, J.
Hummel announce the opening of
the Donna Lee Studi<
traiture and ph t 311
Lincoln Road. Suite 214-215. Mi-
ami Beach. Steinman an I Hum-
mel have had over ten ye
experience in the pi'.-' -
field.
Both Miolmii
Slaios M-llav
Sunday, December 4, will be
M-Day at Temple Beth Sholom.
according to pn announcement by
Judge Kenneth Oka. membership
chairman.
"M-Day is Membership Day."
explained Judge Oka. "At a
brunch meeting, to be held at 10
o'clock Sunday morning in the
temple patio, members of the con-
lion will be divided into
teams of two to call on unaf-
filiated families in the community
in order to enroll them into the
temple. The teams will report
back at noon, at which time it is
expected that 100 new families
will be added to the temple's fast-
growing membership rolls. All
temple members are urged to
participate in this M-Day event."
Sanford Jacobson To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Sanford. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Jacobson, 1530 S.W. 22nd
Terr., will oecome Bar Mitzvah
at the. Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation on Saturday, De-
cember 3. at 9 a.m. He will ad-
dress the congregation and Rabbi
Simon April will u-spor.d.
A reception will follow the
ceiemonv. Relatives and friends
are invited.

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128688
LOIS E, CLAYTON, Pl.-ilinlff, vs.
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fornta, are required to
Rnce In thi abo1.....ntltled null for di-
vorce on the 30 day of December,
1949, or a d( rei oafeMO will be
entered against you.
Dated thl 30 day <>f November,
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clerk of th Court.
(Circuit Curt Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
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Attorney at i-i'
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FI.HRIKA. IN CHANCERY, No,
I2867S
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, appeal am in the all ive caus
vorce on the 2nd day of '
. v. |ge d< ee pro i in-
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i >ated !:; -
i ij 1949
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ill Court Seal! .....
By M.
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12 2-9-16-S I________
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PE JOHN WESLEY XoBI.E, Defi
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taken .i> confessed against you.
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day "i Nov 1949
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prr.EMBER 2. 1949
+Jmtst>n*rirU~r,
N Will Honor
ii I. H. Ever
2 Ave Miami Beach, will
Jr. lesUmonial dinner in
JL*f Rabbi Isaac H. Ever.
P f leader of t"e congrega-
Ru08 'lundav evening Jan-
, 8 1950. in the social hall of
fa* t!i Mrs. Esther Eisen-
rlSiliary President a
Lr of prominent people'have
Jtovited to pay tribute to the
fthi Ever, who was engaged
& Ot Kneseth Israel in
El was rabbi of Saratoga
E Centre. Brooklyn, N, Y
Even years. Born in Poland,
/idied'in numerous European
[Ss Following his arrival in
P'a m 1926, he enrolled in
Aiva University and was or-
1a with high scholastic
" from the New Haven
Upland Yeshiva in 1935.
kub treBistrar of the seminary in
,land in 1935. Rabbi Ever
also principal of the Beth
Mb Seminarv of America, as-
lant editor of a weekly news-
Kr a daily newspaper, the
Jjsj, World and a practicing
jbi since his ordination. Rabbi
Er came to Miami two years
as the Southeastern director
"yeshiva University, with a
m\ office in Miami Beach.
Rabbi Ever is the author of
History ol Twenty-Five Years
Orthodox Judaism in America"
j a book ol essays, "Holiday
mbols." He is an active leader
[numerous Zionist, civic and re-
Kgiuorganizations in the United
Ites,
FAGE THIRTEEN
Rabbi
lollyuooil Lodge
Fo .Mark Pe*rl
larbor Way
| As a part of its observance of
arl Hurboi Day, Hollywood
jd#e. B'nai B'rith, will hold an
|en meeting at which U. S. Con-
nan Dwighl J. Rogers will
> the prini i| speaker.
[Attordirm to in announcement
rDr. Herbi I Heiden, pres;rt"nt
JthelodBi'. the meeting will be
fid on Wed i ly, December i.
[the Community Center, Polk
J. Holly wo
Subject essman Rogers
Idress will Unification and
prl Harb A discussion
Iriod will I iw the talk.
ICharli.s M. Daniels is chairman
Jlhe evening and assisting him
hLout'!:.i now, Ira Lieberman
pd San. SI ti
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Biscayne Track Meet
Passes Half-Way Mark
The Biscayne meeting has al-
ready passed the half-way mark
in its 36-night session and kennel
rivalry for top honors goes on in
a spirited but friendly way. At
this writing the Randle and Stutz
kennels are tied with nine vic-
tories with Fred Whitehead
second with eight and Marsh and
Baxendale third with six each.
Other kennels doing well are
Ostlund. Ohlinger and Blair.
Cen-Tex. Szigeti, Ostendorf and
Williams. Paul Sutheland's es-
tablishment, boasting the Beach
Comber-No Refund combinati in
also has rung up four victories.
As for mutuel plav. the mark
is below last season's high figure
although Biscayne has had to
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other night sport attractions, N i
one had the hardihood ol pr ip-
hesying a better-than-last-year
season. but indications arc that
business will be brisk enough to
keep the wheels going around
and track operators well satis-
fied.
BBYW Schedule
All-Day Meet
Sunday. December 4, us the date
s^.['",l.h'' first all-day workshop
of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
Young Women. Chapters which
will participate in the day's activi-
ties are Debbs and Sharet of Mi-
ami, and Clara Hirsch Landau
and Colman Zwitman of Miami
Beach.
Elaine Schwartz, president of
the Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter.
is general chairman ol the event
which will take place at the Mi-
ami Beach Y from 9 a.m. 'to 5
p.m. and at Hillel House, from 8
p.m. until midnight. Purpose of
the woi kshop is to promote a
spirit of cooperation among the
four chapters. Miss Schwartz
said.
One or more delegates from
each chapter will be present at
thi conclave. Committee meetings
will be held in the morning, and
the afternoon session will consist
of reports and general discussion.
Luncheon will be served at
Chinatown Charlie's Restaurant.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Gordon
Lovejoy. of the University of Mi-
ami faculty. Chapter delegates
will present a short skit as part
of the midday program. Sharet
Chapter, whose president is Mrs.
Sam Steen.' Is in charge of the
afternoon's activities.
The day's activities will be cli-
maxed Sunday evening at 8 p.m.
at a dance at Hillel House. 3306
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables. Entertainment wil be pre-
sented by all chapters, with Miss
Louise Krupsaw, president of
Colman Zwitman Chapter in
charge. The dance will hi open
only to workshop delegates and
their escorts. Miss Doris Brown,
president of Debbs Chapter, and
Miss Schwartz are in charge of
refreshments.
Guests invited to the workshop
include local and district B'nai
B'rith leaders and chapter ad-
visers. Any young woman be-
tween the ages of 18 and 25. wish-
ing to join a B'nai B'rith Young
Woman's chapter, is asked to con-
tact any of the chapter presidents
for further information.
Isaac Levin Unit
To Bowl Dec. 14
Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
will hold a "Bowling Night"
meeting on Wednesday. December
14. at 8:30 p.m.. it has been an-
nounced by Donald Eanett. presi-
dent.
Lou Ferrer, chairman of the
evening's program, reveals that 3
lodge bowling team will be
formed to compete with other
teams in the area. Immediate goal,
Ferrer slates, is a match with
the Coral Gables, B'nai B'rith.
bowling team, reported to be one
of the best amateur teams in the
state. The public is invited.
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Completion of Mount Sinai Hospital Culminates 14 Year Dream
Front view of attractive Mount Sinai Hospital.
More than 14 years ago the birth of a great hospital in Miami Beach was
conceived to serve mankind from every walk of life.
Today that dream has finally become a reality in Mount Sinai Hospital
of Greater Miami, which will be dedicated to service to the community in a
public inspection of the grounds Sunday. Soon after that the facilities of the
hospital will be opened to the patients.
It was back in 1935 on an Auqust afternoon that a group
of determined men and women conceived that dream. They
were infinitely interested in the welfare of their community
and were confronted with a serious problemadequate hospital
facilities. The population was considerably less than it is now
out the problem was acute.
Now York City, was railed in to
A decision was made then that
: as imperative to start a cam-
aise funds for a non-
ectarian, non-profit general hos-
f:'-' !' aid take moneya lot
0!''-- that was the beginning.
. their hopes and en-
overshadowed bv
unfortunate events, the
over the world, the
fPe ol central and
and then
II.
.. '" war was over, civic-
nwd leaders turned their
!ain to that dream. The
tor more hospital faeili-
Greater Miami was in-
"ed. Not only had the per-
, 'itnt population increased, but
5. Was swllen bv thous-
and l Vlsll0,'s seeking surcease
$un relaxatoq under the Florida
western
the climax.
'"'is group, spearhead-
B movement, formed a non-
|.\[ Y.;,(^"po,'aAion. known as the
Jiam- ,'nal Hospital of Greater
c,.'"i',Inc-- w'th articles of in-
That fatlon fi,ed in Dade Countv.
thuV IaS 2n March 1M. and
biV. ,dream of 1935 took a
realityp forward to the road of
make a thorough survey of the
hospital situation in this com-
munity. He confirmed the great
need for beds in Dade County
and the thousands of persons
coming here as visitors, and va-
cationists made the ratio ol beds
to population appallingly
The permanent-re! pula-
tion increased from 142.!)...-. in
1930 to 315.138 in 1945. A
was pointed out that th
include the vasl winti r popula-
tion. I
Dr. Golub's survey c .ncl
It is obvious from all that has
been said thus far in this study
that there is a great need toi
another modern hospital in
Greater Miami. It should be a
general hospital and should con-
tain all the usual specialities
needed. It should have private
semi-private and wan beds n
suitable proportions. It should
have aim at rendering medical
care at high scientific level, wftn
a medical Staff that is skilled and
proficient, aided by facilities de-
signed and equipped to make this
possible. A Plan should be de-
veloped for a 200-bed hosP'tal
and 30 to 40 bassinets for new-
tracted nation-wide attention.
Cooperation came from all parts
of the country. Top stars of stage,
motion pictures and radio and
outstanding newspapermen and
columnists volunteered their
talents at benefit performances.
The dream, founded on al-
truistic and humanitarian princi-
ples, was fast growine. The first
president was Baron dc Hirsch
Meyer; vice president. Sam
Blank; secretary. Max Orovitz.
and treasurer. Abraham Good-
man.
The drive was held in 1946-47
and reached its goal after a dyn-
amic and progressive campaign.
Now, the committee leaders were
looking for a site.
Meanwhile, because of the
gravity of hospital needs in this
arc a. Alton Road Hospital, which
had served as a navy hospital
during the war. was turned over
to the Mount Sinai Hospital
group in 1946 to serve in the
breach. Stressing the need of
early opening of the hospital, a
committee was set up to re-
habilitate, re-equip and prepare
the hospital for operation by
January 1. 1947. The committee
was empowered to spend $15,000
to reconvert the building to
civilian use. The group was head-
ed by Alex Van Straaten. Dan
B. Ruskin. chairman of the build
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the MJacob ,J- Golub, director of born infants."
* Hospital of Joint Diseases, The campaign for funds at
Twinned in the shape of a cross with the four wings being serviced by a central corridor is
vt i Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. Auxiliary facilities of the hospital include, left. Collins
Mount a ^r ^ single famiiy villas, and Johns Island, containing a swimming pool. The hospi-
i 1 which will open following dedication ceremonies Sunday, is located at 4309 Alton Road. Miami
Beach, and overlooks Biscayne Bay.
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Jackson Director Hails New Hospital
With the dedication of Mt. Sinai Hospital on December 4,
1949, an outstanding contribution to the health service oi South-
ern Florida will have been made. The Jewish community is to
be congratulated on the consummation of its long-laid plans to
build on Miami Beach a great general hospital to serve the sick
end injured of this area without distinction as to race, color
cr creed.
While its 214 beds will lighten temporarily the heavy burden
of hospital service that has been borne by the older institutions
of Dade County, their addition will leave us still far short of
the normal needs of a community such as ours. Let us not sit
complacently and permit our steadily growing population to
outstrip our medical facilities but, instead, let us look at once
10 the initiation of other hospital projects that are either already
needed or will be desperately needed long before they can be
completed. C. C. HILLMAN, M.D.
Director, Jackson Memorial Hospital
Mt. Sinai Head Dietitian Gives Tips
To Housewives On Menu Planning
Housewives who aie on their toes can serve varied meals
throughout the week, if they will give a little thought and con-
;.aeration to the planning of these meals. This is the opinion o
V:s. Matilda R. Brenner, head of the dietary department oi Alton
Road Hospital. Mrs. Brenner now is planning for the opening
< month -^' Mount Sinai Hos-|tne girls arrange them on trayi
pital, 4300 Alton Road. Miami, xh* cart with
light In ind plugged int j the
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them constantly \
"In order to assure th< utm -v
with careful planning for the'care in thi preparati n
2JWDECEMBQ,.
: which she will be head
ietitian
"We n< vei serve leftovers to
itii nts in the hospital, bt
number oi poisons we have to
- ed. thev can be reduced to
ninimum." she added.
Mrs. Brenner will have the task
I f planning for the feeding of 500
ns .it Mount Sinai 200
nts ..nd a Staff of 350.
She said that hospital menus, in the floor pantry. Then they are
;ust like home menus, take ad-1 sent to the acoustically treated
., ntage of seasonal fruits and
,< getablt s. We also pav a great
deal of attention to the colors
in our meals, because an attrac-
tive-looking dish is certainly
: appealing to a sick pel son
than something that looks .,- if
it's been thrown together."
If, for instance, the menu called
a main dish of chicken, the
dishwashing room, which con-
sists of the most modern stain-
less steel equipment.
There the dishes are pre-rinsed
with a detergent, "put through a
large machine where they are
washed with an approved wash-
ing compound in water above 170
degrees. They are then sprayed
with water above 170 degrees.
vegetables would be carrots andiBecause of the heat of the water.
as rathi r than potatoes and
raulifl because of the coloi
ntrast le explained.
At Mount Sinai, she said, menus
planned according to the pre-
n es of patients in general.
said that : n and turkey,
- .-.k. lamb chops and roast beef
seen I be the favorites.
Sh iuld a patient request
ticular food a day or so in
Ivance." Mrs Brenner said, ""we
:j obtain it. And. of
always special
for those on particular
ts Private patients are given
. selective menu.
Food is alw lys served p.ping
hot to the patients. Dishes are
>(:.: up to the floors after they
have been washed, and those
that will contain hot foods are
eed :n a plate warmer to get
them ready. Electrically heated
i carts with compartments for
the various hot foods are turned
il hours before mealtime.
Then the foods to be served cold
are sent to the floo'rs. and while I she added.
the dishes are dry as soon as they
hit the air. Mrs. Brenner said
Then thev are inspected and sent
to the various floors to go through
the plate warming process again
at the next meal.
But, as Mrs. Brerner will readi-
ly testify, one cannot learn to
feed 500 persons, especially sick
ones, in a day. It took Mrs. Bren-
ner four year.* of studying nutri-
tion at New York University, one
year of interneship m a hospital,
and several years experience in
hospitals in Elizabeth and Cleve-
land, plus a long stretch at Army
dietetics before she became
classed as expert in her field.
"Even now that our dietitians
have been approved as to educa-
tional qualifications, everyone in
the dietary department has been
required to take the Dade County
Food Handler's Course in sanita-
tion. We all have periodic physi-
cal examinations, as extreme
cleanliness and sanitation is em-
phasized constantly in oar work,"
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Rooms at Mount Sinai Hospital are furnished in modern rose-colored metal furniture
formica topped tables and upholstered easy chair. Floral drapes in gay designs were made by'tl
women's auxiliary.
trays :). fietil n sup rises thai
ation sending th< tn -
one at a time, with sta nless steel
pre-healed covers n ...'. .
foods'" Mrs. Brenner said
After meals the trays
ected and scraped and stacked
Demonstrating how the new coffee urns in the stainless steel
cafeteria of Mount Sinai Hospital will work is Miss Harriet
Kossore. who hands a cup of coffee to Mrs. Matilda R. Brenner,
head dietitian oi the hospital, as Oscar Brga, chef, looks on.
No Crowded Wards
In New Hospital,
Orovitz Reveals
A delapidated boom-time build-
ing and 12 acres of jungle-like
undergrowth have been turned
into a gleaming structure with a
modern, comfortable interiol as
Mount Sinai Hospital gets ready
to open its doors at 4300 Alton
Road. Miami Beach.
Max Orovitz. president- of the
hospital, said the 214-bed general
hospital would retain its former
floor plan, divided into four wings
in the shape of a cross. Central
corridors and workrooms on each
floor service each wing.
"Mount Sinai will have no
crowded wards." Orovitz said.
"Patients who are unable to pay
the hospital rates will be placed
in semi-private rooms of not more
than three beds." he explained.
The hospital facilities consist of
private and semi-private rooms,
each with a private bath.
All rooms are furnished in
modern rose-colored metal bed-
room suites. The sets consist of
twin beds, a formica-topped
dresser with a large wall mirror
above it. a formica-topped night
table and an upholstered easy
chair. A matching floor lamp for
each bed gives the patient four-
way illumination.
Innerspring mattresses are all
of a first-quality nationally-ad-
vertised brand. Should a patient
want a softer mattress, the hos-
pital also .s equipped with hair.
felt or rubber foam mattresses to
suit every taste.
Drapes in softly-colored floral
designs frame the windows of
every rom and were hung with
the supervision of members of the
Mount Sinai Ladies' auxiliary
Fl ors are in rust and black
squares ol asphalt tile.
Private baths with all-white
fixtures make the patient feel
more like he ;s in a hotel than a
. 1.
"We have tried to make our
;- as chi erful as possible,
and have av lided furniture that
could be stamped as institution
furniture.'" Orovitz said.
Thi bed cranks on the furni-
are placed so as to be con-
I when not in use. making
the bed appeal as an ordinary
twin bed. Even in the orthopedic
the ci anks and traction
''. been arranged so as
unnoticeable to the casual
rver.
Walls have been painted in
shades thai blend with the
furniture and drapes.
Almost .-very window in th?
hospital commands a magni-
ficent view of tropical greenery
and many overlook Biscayne
Bay, The beds have been ar-
ranged to afford patients the best
possible scenic view.
"No building could have been
more perfect for our needs."
Orovitz said.
Hospital Equipped With Kosher Kitche
In addition to its regular kitchen. Mount Sinai Hospital
Greater Miami is equipped with two kosher kitchens for th
patients who may desire it.
"A complete kitchen has been set up for meat ..nd another i
for milk dishes." Samuel Gertner. executive director, announj
Thursday. He said that personnel handling this d will not be
same personnel that handles the regular n
"Food will be prepared according to the J< ish dietary la\
he added.
Gertner said that separate dishes would I ised in the kosi
kitchens, and that even washing and drying :, ties were separt
from the regular kitchen.
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Mayor Congratulates Hospital Trustee)
Calls Sinai "Outstanding Contribution
Mayor Harold Turk-, af Miami Beach. T lay declared!
the new Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Mia "an outstand
humanitarian contribution to the needs of I rmunity."
The mayor extended his heartv congratulations to the bo
of trustees of the hospital and to "all persons tly or indiret
affiliated with the project."
He said the opening of the medical institut Sunday will
'a milestone in the civic enterprise of Great.: Miami and; wil
much to relieve the area's fight for a modern. n-secttruM
pital. "We have eagerly anticipated the actual being ol Mo
Sinai Hospital.
"Now Mount Sinai is a reality and we welc me it as an
constructive contribution to the entire community It will radi
cheer and security to all. with the assuring km iedge tlat
tional hospital facilities are now available for tht residenHmun
er Miami and its visitors and winter vacation:.-- he ial-
"Sincere congratulations to all for a splendid contm
this and future generations," he added.
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Painting gay murals on the walls of the P***1 pen <
Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami are. J|rom _. and1
Louis) Fleischman. Reyna (Mrs. Alexander) Youn'" 0f th <
Siff (Mrs. William) Tapper. Ths women are "J, wali, in
committee, which took as a project the pamnng oi
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tksUhrkMa*>
,pital Features
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and
Hotel, are considered
5 ,st classic and un-
built
who
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ICcrcater Miami, the form-
Elus Hotel are
the most classic _
I Tin Miami Beach.
|VB Rusk:., a builder in.this
flVquartor of a century
*L, statement this week
Jifirhin" workmen put final
mit il.. building's con-
^from- luxury hotel to a
PNautihis Hotel was
t,rl Graham Fisher,
Tjiiami Beach into a great
|om J""Ble- P,sh.er W8S a
fTgreal magination and
jSnship nd had traveled
mi wide
K Nautilus Hotel was one
C fjrahai Fisher's favorite
i-Rusk iid. "The build-
Is" of M( : ranean :rchi-
with a Spanish influence
alone the French and
Riviera.
Uharacti tic qualities of
fatectu e its dignity,
band distinction contrast-
Ej ,, ; imantic sense
| Jividm imagination,
ie Spanish p'an of the build-
-jderivcil fi mi the fact that
hi S; soldiers were
yiand V italy and the
Land an I the sailors in
with Sicily, northern
C'and V. n That brought
everything in the known
J. And Fisher put some of
lown Ideas n and blended
, in the Nautilus Hotel," he
skin said that the property,
[the army took it over during
| War II as a hospital, and
kbsequent abandonment for
I wars, suffi n I some inroads
Bterioration.
Tie renovation of the hotel to
mt Sinai Hospital has not
toyed or touched its classic
ji which doubtless is the most
Etssive in Miami Beach, en-
by countless palm trees
Jlookinc picturesque Biscayne
pur, the 'Building is in ex-
pt condition landscaping by
ihasconVi rted the grounds
.something like those of a
|ew villa, all of which en-
f the adjacent property.
fto*. then has come into
the realization of another
ba modern hospital so
needed in this area. But,
(de it docsi.'' look like a hos-
V he said.
Jiskin ischau nan of the plan-
land building committee of
M Sinai Hospital, a member
board of trustees and an
w of the Alfred Destin Co.
pvesal 140 N Hibiscus Drive,
Kus Island. Miami Beach.
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Examining the equipment in one of the operating rooms of
Mount Sinai Hospital are. from left. Miss Pat Rau and Mrs. Evelyn
Schneider. This is one of two major surgery rooms finished in
green tile walls.
Orovitx Thanks Community lor Aid
In Making Hospital A Keality
Max Orovitz, president of the board of trustees of Mount
Sinai Hospital, Thursday expressed his gratitude to the people
of this area for their efforts in makinq the hospital a reality.
"Mount Sinai has been an uphill strugqle all the way,"
Orovitz said. "It has been only through confidence and unity
of purpose of the community that
the hospital is a reality today.
"It is the biggest single en-
deavor the Jewish community has
contributed to Dade County. I
feel that every citizen in the
country, regardless of race or
color, will feel the benefits for
many years to come." he con-
tinued.
Orov.itz said that confidence in
the future of Greater Miami as
one of the nation's outstanding
resorts and civic communities can
best be typified by a modern,
scientifically equipped institution
such as Mount Sinai Hospital.
"If the community .and the
country as a whole, did not have
faith in the continued growth and
expansion of facilities in Miami,
they would not have responded so
generously to our call for help
three years ago. and would not
continue to support our endeavor,
both physically and financially."
Orovitz said.
It has taken a tremendous
amount of pulling and working
together to make Mount Sinai go,
Orovitz said. "The trustees, the
women's auxiliary, the building
committee and even the work-
men themselves seem to have
gotten right into the heart of this
thing with only one thought in
mindto make Mount Sinai one
of the finest hospitals in the
country." he said.
"Now ready to open." he added.
"Mount Sinai Hospital will stand
for many generations as a symbol
of an entire community's '
love for
con-
spital Director Sees Mt. Sinai
Nucleus Of Large Medical Center
Lrsuib,i!ding r^r1 ?y MouniSi?ai *!ospi,al *4ffi3tttawi-
mially will be the nucleus of a large medical center, ac- tributed so mucf, of themselves
W to Samuel Gertner, executive director of the hospital. jn this great endeavor. I wish' to
1 can envisage within a few years a teaching hospital speak for the board of trustees in
r or more in which greater needs of the STSStSSrh^S^t
convalescent." Gertner said.
unity will be met, such as
uc disease and care for the
fee
Samuel Gertner
*Wii>. Director. .
Gertner has been on the
premises of the hospital since late
summer, and he has supervised
every facet of the hospital work.
He is as familiar with the work
of the carpenters on the main
floor as he is with the operating
tables and X-ray equipment being
installed on the surgical and
radiological floor.
Gertner is firmly convinced
that as soon as Mount Sinai be-
gins to offer chronic and con-
valescent services on a large
scale, it will become a referral
hospital for patients all over the
country.
"It is a foregone conclusion that i
physicians all over the country I
wiil refer their patients to a hos-
pital which offers these wide-
spread specialties," Gertner said..
"With the location of this bos- j
pitalright on the water in the ,
I midst of one of the most ideal
climates in the countryand U
carefullv selected medical stall
and excellent surgical, radiologi-
cal and other diagnostic facilities,,
it is no more than natural thai
it should eventually rank among
the foremost medical centers in
the- nation," he added.
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Auxiliary President
What The Trustee* IIa i #? To Sau
Leonard Abess: I believe the hospital is a fine contribution to the
welfare of the community. It is designed to keep pace with
the growth we are experiencing and I think the Greater
Miami area will be proud to have this fine institution offer-
ing service to the welfare of the citizens.
Jack A. Ablin: We expect to make Mount Sinai Hospital one of the
outstanding Hospitals in the country. It is gloriously located,
right on the water.
Sam Blank: We all are delighted that a long-felt need in the com-
munity is becoming a reality. Nothing is being spaied to
make Mount Sinai Hospital one of the finest hospitals in
the South.
Mrs. Max Dobrin: Besides rendering a much needed service to the
section of Dade County, the hospital has become a unifying
project for all the great longing in everyone's heart to do
for one another. The hospital will become a eentei for
service and development. It gives people who are good
a chance to do good for others.
Sam Friedland: I am sure that Mount Sinai Hospital of Greatei
Miami will be a worthwhile contribution to the peoph in
this community, and that it will serve to relieve the shortage
of hospital facilities that we have had for so long. Having
grown to a position of great size, this community must now
concern itself with the health and welfare of this and future
generations. The answer is Mount Sinai.
Dr. Monis Goodman: I think Greater Miami should be COl (
ulated for this splendid addition to its hospital facilities.
Mount Sinai will contribute very substantially to the gn it
net d for hospital beds in this area. Apart from being merely
a hospital and contributing beds, it will be equipped with
the latest and most advanced hospital facilities, both medi-
cally and surgically. It was the aim of the trustees not only
to offer the community this fine hospital, but also to en-
courage research. We have in our community physicians
of excellent ability who need only the facilities to carry
on research. I feel confident that the hospital will be a
source of'contributions to the medical and surgical fields.
It is definitely within the scope of planning of Mount
Sinai Hospital that it will become a medical center equal
to other medical centers in the country. Situated as we
are. Mount Sinai will be internationally famous and bring to
this community patients from all over the world.
Marcie Liber man: I think it's a wonderful thing for Miami. There is
definitely a need for more beds here right now. '
Baron de Hirsch Meyer:'I think the opening of Mount Sinai Hospital
marks a new era in the progress of the community and in
the health and medical progress of Greater Miami. In
Mount Sinai we might be able to help suffering with
cardiac and cancer treatment and make living down here
much healthier, 'much happier and much safer.
Max Orovitz: I think Mount Sinai Hospital is the finest hospital in
the United States in the most beautiful surroundings with
the most modern equipment and best physicians and nurses.
It is the biggest single endeavor the Jewish community has
contributed to Dade County. I feel that every citizen in
the country, regardless of race or color, will feel the bene-
fits of this for many years to come.
Dan Ruskin: Necessity is the mother of invention. The shortage of
hospital beds in this area was so acute that the conversion
of the old Nautilus Hotel into one of the most modern
equipped hospitals in the country brings forth one answer
to the needs of a fast growing growing community. It is with
the utmost pride that I view the building now. recalling
the condition of the building when we first started re-
habilitation in January.
Herbert E. Scher: I think it will be one of the finest hospitals in
the South, in fact in the country. The equipment is the
finest, the staff is the finest. In fact everything about the
hospital is the finest of its kind.
Monte Selig: It is my opinion that with the interest of the com-
munity, the trustees and the doctors so apparent, we shall
have one of the most outstanding medical institutions in
the country.
Jacob Sher: I feel sure that the Mount Sinai Hospital will be a
wonderful contribution to Greater Miami from the Jewish
residents. The trustees of the hospital will make every ef-
fort to hold the standards of the hospital on a par with the
great hospitals of the large cities of America.
William Singer: Mount Sinai Hospital, like all modern hospital.- I
am certain, will serve the community with utter unselfish-
ness and great effectiveness. I know that at Mount Sinai
Hospital there will be a tender and genuine personal rela-
tionship between the patients and the staff.
Harry Sirkin: The hospital will serve the needs of persons in all
walks of life. Even patients desiring kosher foods will find
the hospital equipped to serve their needs, with two separate
kosher kitchens and personnel trained to handle the food.
Joseph Stein: I am very proud of Mount Sinai Hospital as I believe
it to be the most modern and finest equipped hospital ot its
size in Florida today. Mount Sinai Hospital will help bring
hospital facilities to the rapidly growing needs of Greater
Miami and Dade County.
Arthur Ungar: There is a definite need for additional hospital
facilities in Greater Miami and I believe Mount Sinai will
be a tremendous factor in hospitalization in this area and
will relieve a great deal of suffering due to the lack of
facilities.
Carl Weinkle: When I look at the beautiful modern Mount Sinai
Hospital and think of what there was before. I really get a
thrill. I think Mount Sinai is one of the most beautiful hos-
pitals in the United States and am sure that all the residents
of Dade County will reap the many benefits of this hospital.
Leonard Wicn: I am sure that you all feel as we do that Mount
Sinai is an insurance policy for better health in
community. ______
this
Mrs. Dobrin Wishes Hospital Success
In honor of the opening of Mount Sinai hospital of Greater
Miami. Mrs. Max Dobrin. president of the women's auxiliary, has
written a letter wishing success to the new venture and expressing
her determination to continue with the many hospital projects the
auxiliary has fostered.
"It is with great pleasure and a real sense of accomplishment
that I participate in the opening of Mount Sinai Hospital." Mrs.
Dobrin wrote. "The auxiliary has worked long and hard to help in
all branches of the regular work and to add its own touches as
competently as possible.
"We will welcome the participation of more volunteers in our
program of service. The lift it gives the individual to be of direct,
practical help to his fellow man within our own community is one
which we will be happy to share with all who wish to join us. No
one who wishes to help will be turned away.
"For our new hospital we wish the greatest possible success m
its program of service to Greater Miami and we intend to pitch
in and help every step of the way toward the achievement of its
aims," Mrs. Dobrin said.
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Ruskin Outlines Structural Improvements Completion Of Mount SinaiH
Culminates Fourteen-Year Dream
Floor coverings had to be re-
placed almost completely, as the
disuse of the building had al-
lowed water to soak in. The sand
under the concrete slab on the
main floor had receded, taking
away the support of the building.
"In SQine cases, there were holes
as big as 20 by 20 feet, three to
four feet deep." Ruskin said, add-
ing that in some places concrete
had to l>e pumped in to give the
building support.
Among the finishing tasks at
the hospital was a complete paint-
ing inside and out with oil paint.
and the recaulking and weather-
proofing of windows, he said.
Now at last the remodeling is
finished and the hospital is ready
Mount Sinai Hospital, as it stands today, is a far cry from the buildinq that was turned
ever to Dan Ruskin ten months aqo to convert into a hospital as soon as possible.
Ruskin, chairman of the building and planning committee, of Mount Sinai Hospital, little
realized then that he would supervise the largest remodeling job in this area.
"When we first took over the grounds," Ruskin said, "it was the consensus of opinion of
the board of trustees, that we building had deteriorated and
would remodel on a jviring was exposed. We dis-
, .. vered then that the armed
I onlv. planning for the veri jj jnslal](,d wiring n a
future when we would build a .,.. Dasjs ,,niv. ;md it was
new hospital on Collins Island. necessary for us almost to rewire
H wever, he continued, "pre- the building. Also, in moving
liminary gunniting of exp ; p rtitions and arranging rooms to
the nor,is "i .. hospital, it
ng revealed wide- ssary to add more wlr-
spread spawling, and what was t i jng\" Ruskin explained.
be a minor job turned in-. I .. Ph; iid installation of
5t( am p pes I i 'ing had to be
skin explained thai i .1. the building chairman
systi -.' insii n isi | M mnt Sinai H spital now
by nl : rust. He sai the tew large buildings
- i effecti I : system in the area! I leated through-
: ng
cks ur.dcr "The sea wall was in bad eon-
sure, dition." he said. "V.- wi e en-
"Al! engi- yed and many sec-
racked." to open. For the first time in ten
ts vi replaced and months Dan Ruskm can sit back
and relax, knowing that his job
has been well executed and that
the hospital is in excellent condi-
tion to perform all the functions
of which tin' Mount Sinai group
dreamed many years ago.
In addition to Mount Sinai Hos-
pital. Ruskin also was chairman
<>f the building committee that
rehabilitated Alton Road Hospital
several years ago. Formerly a
member of the Scott-Perry cor-
poration, "in- of the largest con-
struction firms in the area from
1936 to 1941. Raskin now is one
of the owners of tin- Alfre Destin
Corporation and the Public Gas
Company. Recently he was ap-
p linted chairman of the 1050
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion d
Other members if tl e Mount
Sinai Hospital committee
are William D. Sir.. J. Gera d
. Dr, Moi : lion an and
Mitchell Wolfs'on.
Is not n< eding replacement
suabli .;. i.
- \- nsive that A m j< built from
-id our minds and lai I to C 'Ins Island.
dern
nu iries.
n 20 cot-
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Hospital Features Air-Conditioned Mf# 5inai Patients
Operating Rooms, Radiology Wing jft n k i r'
Air conditioned operating rooms and a radiology wing '" "uJll III JJll
.rped with the latest diagnostic and therapeutive machines1 Recuperating from an illness
are features of Mount Sinai Hospiial. could be fun if a patient could
The operoting rooms are finished in green tile from floor ,3ask leisurely in the sun sur-
'o ceiling, and are eguipped with explosive-proof switches and rour|ded by the cheerful faces
iwn or.
thereby reducing
inaesthetic explo-
An anaesthetic induction room
ms' scrub room are
ngi I as to divide the traf-
fic, enable ,ff member to
k without interruption.
In order that patients may not
be frightened by the instruments
in the operating room, he will be
.)-.> induction room
where he will receive the an-
aesthetic.
Included in the operating wings
are two major surgery rooms, an
ear, nose and throat room, an eye
i a urolog 'in. an or-
thopedic room, a minor .- .
. bi inchoscopy room and
,, recovery room, where the
Little Eva Returns To
Haunts Near Hospital
I. E\ eturn
i nt to Mount
Great Miai
L ttli Ev lid not come back
ise she
ffeel
S I ieen thi mos-
] I favi i te >; nui ses and
en wlien the building
- I as t home
y during I
hi icl ;

But when the Army n
the place was
I, Little Ev
msolate, lone me an
thi
Now that so much activity
en in progress during the
lion of the I irmer .*
I H I to Miami Sinai Hospi-
tal recently, Little Eva appar-
ently became inti i
Little Eva is back but some-
il shy at present during her
occasional visits. But when
patients move in foil'
dedication ceremonies Sunday,
and the nurses toss out a few
leaves of lettuce on the water,
the old girl will feel at home
once more after an absence of
almost five years!
*'V'V,V,V",Vi,V'V<,IV'>V*V*V"'
n until the anaes-
thi tic weai iff.
and good-natured chatter and
laughter of companions doing the
thingand. at the same
Adjacent to the operating rooms I time, have the constant care and
is a central service department,
which prepares all treatment
trays for the entire hospital.
The most modern and recently
approved radiological equipment
has been installed in the X-ray
wing. A lead room c mtains a 220
kv deep therapy with hydraulic
stretcher, for the treatment of
malignancies and turn
Other X-ray equipmert in-
clude, a general diagnostic G-rav
machine with special attaenments
tor skull and chest X-rays, a
ination radiographic fluor-
oscopy unit and a genital uro-
logical machine.
Containing its own photograph-
.'ii and dryer, the hospital
will be equipped ton id the re-
sults of X-rays within a matter
of minutes.
All equipmt nt in the iperating
- is 'i stainlii l< el, even
cans,
A ph : nplete
I lo -ken
elax ition for thi
i opi rati m.
attention of a nurse specifically
assigned to him.
Such could be the case at Mount
Sinai Hospital, where the eight
acres of grounds on which the
building is situated provide more
than ample space in the sun for
all patients well enough to be
wheeled outside.
Visitors to the area who are
here for a short stay and are un-
fortunate enough to be taken ill
will be able to get their medical
attention and sun tan at the same
time at Mount Sinai.
Already set up in the hospital
is a large sun deck right off the
third floor of the building. Work-
men now are completing a high
railing around the area so there
can no danger in allowing patients
onto the deck.
The Mount Sinai Hi spital
Auxiliary is preparing to train
women in hospital techniqui i
they can mingle with the patii nt,
discover what tilings he may W int
to make his period of .< cu
tion more pleasant and end
to get it for him.
Mount Sinai, seen
(Continued from Page 15)
ing committee, supervised the
reconstruction.
Several locations for the new
hospital were studied and among
them cr.me into consideration the
former Nautilus Hotel, used as an
army medical clinic and rest home
during the war.
A number of groups in Greater
Miami wanted the building and
discussions and conferences took
place over a prolonged period of
time. But. time was running out
and the need of additional hos-
pital facilities in the area wai
acute. The resident population
had increasi d from 315.138 in
1945 to 450.000 in January, 1849.
The h itel, built for Carl Gi i-
ham Fisher, had become a na-
tionally-known show placi
property consists of the main
building and numerous auxiliary
structures on the Miami Beach
mainland: Collins Island, on
which ; single-family
villas, and Johns Island with
swimn >1, Despite thi
value of the property, the War
Assets Admin strat t its price
The City of I
evi ntually purch
a token .sum because of its hu-
manitarian use and turned it over
to M c,mt Sinai Hospital of G
er Miami.
The business acumen of the
trustees is manifest by the fact
that Mount Sinai Hospital will
cost the corporation about $2,500
per bed while average costs
throughout the nation for similar
new construction is estimated at
S20.000 per bed.
Renovation of the hospital has
been in progress since last Feb-
ruary and has cos' anDroximatelv
I
from Biscayne Bay.
$500,'
has 214 beds, 50 J
to 1?'
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as a living symbol andj
opi n t,-n of life soon after the I
Planning for the outpatient clinic that V?ey *"]
when Mount Sinai Hospital opens after ddic?j10" H
Sunday are. from left, Mrs. Leonard Wien, Mrs. *
Mrs. Stanley Frehling.
Two such air-conditioned nurseries will be proyided in Mount
Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. The bassinettes have be
specially dewgned for the hospital and are equipped with drawers
for diapers, lotion, sheets and other items for the infant.
riri-iiiiH-isioii ll On Matoriiifv And Umflyj
An up-to-date circumcision room has been mc u ^
the installations on the maternity and nurserj- i dc0fc
Sinai Hospital. The room is equipped with uimi. ^ -
able lounge chairs, where friends and relatives ia..
roof
for a small party in honor of the occasion
The child and physician enter a small adioin ^
off from the lounge by a large viewing winaow. ^
takes place in the small room, thus assuring ma
not contaminated in any way by the visitors.
The child who has been circumcised is '"^i
special nursery until he resumes his normal u
time he is returned to the main hospital nun* i
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DATED iit Mia ni, Fl
daj' ol Novembi
E. B. L \-v
Clerk of i
By M r FEIOE,
Depui
JOSEFH W. M \
; n for PI '
1708 i
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT Cu IT OF
ELKVENTH JI'DH
I IF FLORIDA, IN AX1 Fi ::
Ci lUNTY. IN CHANCERY N
- II.
WILLIAM C NORTH, I
MARY LOUISE KE1 !TH, l'e-
TO^MARY LOUISE KELL N
K F.D. No. 1. Box 239, S
t iin, Tennessi i ..... ,
YOU ARE HEREBY V 'TIF1
file your appearance In
styled i ause foi divorce, .
the ^'isi da) of Di en 1949
wise a Decree Pro Col --
entered i gains I you.
DATED this 21st daj t N
''i'- B B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Cii
(Circuit Court Sja.)p QOUID
I lepul'- Clerk,
BAMUEL J. HANI'. A-
HIT S-ybold Kuilding
Miami. Florida
II K 12 2-9-16 ________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .%.
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, de* ring eng ige In
business under the rict > > .
LITTLE OEOROIA MARK
8. W. 82nd Avenue, Mian Fiori
Intends to reglstei mW \ '
Clerk of the Circuit C
County, Florida. .
SAMUEL I!' 'Ki '* 1-
I Soir I V9 '
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorne; foi San k011
II 2'. 12 2-9-16-32______________
LEGALJJQTICES
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS AHMERELbVWGIVEN that
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ma under the fictli
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Road, Suite 814 i, >
Intend <
Clerk of the Cln uit Co 'uc
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LEO BTEINMAN
a. J. HUMMEL
11/18-23 12/2-9-16
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name >.f
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
ie undersigned, desiring to engage in
Uliier til,' fl, I -i-. .- : ,,ii.,.
...... Market at "
LEGAL NOTICE
th
1' iF THE
CIRCUIT
>R DADE
CHANCERY, No
flOTIC. TO APPEAR
ELEVENTH JUD|C| \\,
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I >F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN VXD FOR HADE COUNTY,
I'l.i iRIDA. IS CHANCERY, No,
I3H2
MARGARITE ADRIENNE KLINE.
!'' :iff. vs. MAURICE ARTHUR
KLINE, Defendant.
MAURICE ARTHUR KLINE,
*tend Strasse '. H,
furl am M
nv
YOU ARE HEREBY Nl ITIFIED to
lie your appearan.....r an to
the Bill of Complaint foi DI' on e In
"us i ause o:i .,i- if,,... i..... ,,.
Till. 1949; otherwl BUI of Com-
plaint will be taken
you.
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Tin day of November,
1919.
E. II LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Cli i lit Co li I
(Circuit Couit Sea 11
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XI >TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi it
lei signed, desiring to eng ,- In
- ss undei the flcl .ii ius na n
HOTEL I'LL.M' iXIO i at 639
: !'
to register said name wll
'ourt of I lade

DAVID ROSN1
ELIZABETH i: -
SAMUEL M. Ri iSN
BAMUEL si.i iTXP "K
BLAXCHE SLOTXI i-C
FRE1' K SHO Mi: '
ETHEL FHOCHET
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
' ey for Api
:: .'. :: 2-9
: BER
If
tj Clerk,
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCI IT C< il'R
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AXD
FOR DADE COUXTY. Fl ollll
. iiaxc :ry n
KP.IST STAXIC, I Yl CA
YUB 'A STAXIC .- her eb>
to file yo
the all
efault will
Dai
E. B. LE kTHKRM VN

Clerk of tl .
I Si
Bj M.
I1ERXARP HUTXER
Florid
: li 2-9-16
Court
C. FEIGE,
Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\. i" 'li 'i; IS HEREBY ilVEN
.: ige In
the flctitlii
:"37 s \v.
Street, M Flrl Intends
..._ the Clerk
.... int}.
,1 VCK .1. BINKLEY
SILVER
11 s:, IS
By WM. W.
JACK A. ABBOTT,
ey for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Rd.
Miami B< n b, Fla.
li 11-18 ____
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT I
UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND
Fi il; DADE CI lUNTY, I ,
IX CHANCERY. No
MARGARET DAXO, Plall tiff. \ I,
li \l:i;v DANi i, Defei la I
YOU, HARRY DANO,
: |
the .,!.\ >- dlvoi ce a on on
Dei emb, r 19, 1949, or a di
.....: .....i igalnst yi u.
Dated Noveml..... 17, 1948
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Cli ult i ..
'ourt Seal)
By M. C I' :
Depul
BERNARD HUTNER
I
114 O mpia Building
Fl ii Ida
11 25 12 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.: engi ge in
...... ":
chin ~ '.>" ,': :-'
... e, \i ., Fl rl la, m-
ith the
irt of Dade
! BCHECHTER
LEE Fi 10
GEORCi: .1. TAL1ANOFF
| :. for API MIS
23 12/8-*________________________
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
|N THE JUSTICE COURT., DADE
COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA.
JOSEPH BLOCK, d.ba EMPIRE
PROVISIONS, Plaintiff, v>. N1RS.
NEDA KENNEDY, d b a KEN-
SEDY'S GROCERY, Defendant.
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN that
-,,le. and sell .it public OUtCIT, at the
Suth side of the Dade I MBtrOwirt-
. ., Miami. Dade """l? *x'"b?'
,, th,. 2nd daj of January. ltoO. j
tiveen the hours of 11:00 A.M., ana
oo i'.M.. being the legal hours of
sa,*! one BurrougbJ Adding Machine
,!,..^!>A;?.,.,1:-; I. -e Sheriff. Office.
nade County. Florida.
DATEDi tnlt 8 day of November.
A" lM- JIMMY SULLIVAN.
Sheriff. Dade County, Morida.
(SEAL) __0 F HOLLY.
B> Deputy Sheriff.
11/11-13-28 12 : ----------
-r^T^i_UNDER FICTITIOUS
1 m'aNN.NC SANDERS
BAM M1TZMAN
ffisfSr^Mwrnn, Sanders
.Tii/ET"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tl ll
th,- undersigned, desiring to ens
inder the flctll
THE BELLEVUE Hi "TEL i I Iu7 X E
17th Terrace, Mlai F
to
of Hi. C lit Co
Florida.
HUGH L, BLACK '.
LUELLA BLACK, :. -.....
AMOS BENJAMIN
HUGH T. anl
LUELLA BLACK, L.
:: .: 2: i: I
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Till: i' R !- THE
IVEX1 II JUDICIAL CIR 'UIT
I IF FLORIDA, IN an: FOR '
d'UXTY. IX CHAXCERY, Xo
12S22S.
ROI '''. tiff. '
BER VIDSi iN,
- N
,- \ rses l:
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YOU ARE HEREBY XOT1
dt for .-,...-
ted i you are
file I
nee or ansv
of said II will he taken
l by you.
'-
1919.
E B LEATHERMAN,
CI '
t 'ourt Si
By WM, W.
MARX M. i"\': R
Vtto Intlff
: Co
'.I Fli
i 2.' 12 2
irl
STOCKING,
. I
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
i IARRI i: I i .
an i If di ad t nknown
, grantees, ci
or unkno
having or claiming any interest by,
.... I t .
ndants In and to the fol-
lowins- desci I In Dade County,
Lot 6, Block 4, of BONITA
PARK, a subdivision of I
ml Florida, a to the
An ended Plat thereof,
Clei'.; o: the
i t In and for
ty, Florida, i Plat Book 8
LOUIS VY, M m;M' iRSTEIN and
ROSE MARMl iRSTEIX, his "
Street. PI Pa
who have or claim an Inte est I
l' i,. D if MF IRT GARDENS,
FIRST ADDITION, a subdl
In Dade C I Florl
jng to the plat thi lorded
In Plat Book :, Page 10, of the
! .:,:. i:. ords of Dade County,
To: C.' GIBSON FORD and ------------
FORD, Ids wife. If married, whose
first name is unknown; and FRANK
S ROBERTS, if living, and If all or
ilther of them are dead their un-
known heirs. devisees, legatees.
grantees, creditors, trustees, assigns,
and all known or unknown persons
having or claiming any Interestskby,
thpniKh, under, or against th.
defendants In and to the following
described property In Dade County,
Florida, to-wit:
South 1D3 feet of East 420 feet
of Stt'i of the NW'i, Section 2-i.
Township 52 South. Range 41 East,
In the County of Dade, State of
Florida.
You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to enter your
written appearance (personally or by
attorney) in the Circuit Court of Hade
Count v. Florida, on the 5th day of
December, 194S, to a suit to quiet
title hroiisiit against you by harrj
SIMONIIOI1- and SAM SIMONHOFF,
being Chancery No. 1282*2, for the
purpose of quieting title to above de-
scribed land, and thereafter to file
with said Clerk your written defense,
if any, to the bill of complaint In
s.iid suit at the time prescribed by
law Herein fall not, or Judgment will
i. entered against you by default.
Witness my hand, and seal of said
Court at Miami, Bade County. Flor-
ida this Jth da} "1 November, 1949.
"'' E. B LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk Of said Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court s
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
SIMONHOFF & SIMONIMCF
neys for Complainants
11 11-12-2S 1- I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
*ign< esir 1 ng to engai
b .-:.. I
\- rtments it Mlai Bea h,
register s
h the Clerk of the i lit I 1
:
MICHAEL M. RRi I OK
HII.I'A BROOK
MARX M. FAB1
Vtt"!'IH Vp]
I
11 2." 12 2-9-16
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRi
ELEVENTH JU1 \
HADE i il'NTI IDA IN
CHAXCERY, N
rK IN

TO JEAN ITKIX,
. .- k to i Street
:.::. N '. 1
Vi lU ARE HEREBY XO...... to
the '
;...
' .-- ., Dec Pro C less i
: ITED this T i: day ol N
I,
i: !.:: \" '
Cl rk of i it t.
It irl Se
By WM. W, -
.
EL .'. RAND, Att; .
.- Id Bu lid
Ml imi, Flor da
:: 11-15-23 12 -
NOTICE UNDER FiCTiT.O.S
NAME LAW
N iTICE :s HEREBY GIVEN that
.: .. let lm eng -
the I tltlous na
ICTIONS .: M
COUXT' I
to register said with th
the CI uit Court ol
"
ESTHER BALIN
Soli Owni
.15-23 :. 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIC_S
NAME LAW
N iTICE ;s HEREBY GIVEN I :
i signed le Ing t
i is na
Mi iRRY'S APPAREL at
Ingt m Avenue, Ml iml B<
. ster s.,iii name wll I I
:... It C
ty, Florida.
Ml iRRIS BREZINSKY
S de i iwner
18-25 !- .'
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIR
I1TH JUDICIAL ''il: A XD
. DADE '' 'UX ry, FL : \
IN CHANCERY", N
. V STEHER. Plaln'.lfl vs
Ml iRRIS STEGER, Defenda
Yi MORRIS STEG .: '
Street, < i Mrs Ida Abb at.
I.VN, N. Y I I tl
divot ce action on : befon 1
10th. 194 I, i default will be
)
i >ated this 9th day of N ivei b >',
1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
(Circuit Court Seal)
l llerk of the i !Ircult Courl
Bv M, C. FEIGE
Deputy I
NORMAN V.. LYONS
all Olympia Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
II 11-18-25 \2 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' th.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage :n
business under the fitlctlous name Of
Dinner Kev Service Station a: -"^l
South Bayshore Drive, in the City of
Miami. Florida, intend to registe said
name with the Clerk of the C
Court of Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL KEITH
HANNAH KEITH
SEYMOUR KEITH
Attorney for Applicants
I ;:::; DuPont Bldg.
II 18-25 12/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctitiou.-
THE STEAK BAH at 9260-62 South
West 8th Sf.-t. Weel Miami Florida,
Intends to register the said I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dads County. Florid..
WILLIAM KODROFF,
Sole Owner.
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney
>;i? Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
11 4-11-18-2! i- -

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Beth El To Seat
Officers Sunday
Officers of Congregation Beth
El and its Sisterhood will be in-
stalled at a dinner-dance on Sun-
day. December 4. at 6 p.m.. in the
Coral Room of Mendelsohn's Lin-
coln Manor. 2 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach.
Members of both organizations
are urged to make their reserva-
tions as early as possible by call-
ing the chairmen. Mrs. Sidney
Palmer. Mrs. Albert Zisman. or
the Beth El office at 9-3004.
Leon Kaplan, past president of
the congregation, will act as
toastmaster. Mrs. Sidney H,
Palmer wil lact as installing of-
ficer for the congregation and
Max Silver will present and in-
troduce the directors. Mrs. Jack
Shapiro will make a presentation
to Mrs. Eva Stahl. retiring presi-
dent of the sisterhood.
Highlight of the evening will
be an address bv Rabbi Murray
Grauer. spiritual leader of the
congregation. Rabbi Simon April
will deliver the invocation, while
the benediction will be offered
by Rabbi Morris Skop. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will speak on
"Spiritual Growth of Commun-
ity '
Officers of the congregation
who will be installed are Sidney
Palme:- will act as installing of-
owitz. first vice president: Abe
Pepper, second vice piesident:
Joseph /.alis. recording secretary:
Albert Zisman. financial secre-
ii Morris Pepper, treasurer;
liri. tins. Alfred Perl, D.ive Sing-
er, A M Bear. Max Silver. Harry
I Saul Cantor, Sam Futerfas,
\!i v.- Keilson and Emanuel
< istein
Sisterhood officers include Mrs
Sha] president: Mrs Max
Rappap> first vice pres l ..'
U: Fiii:. iii S hwai ''- second
vic president; Mrs Alfred Perl.
tl I vice president: Mis Sam
Seltnei etary; Miss
Ruth Selig. financial xi tar)
W- Muri ay Shulman;
linj el and Mrs A
M Bear, treasure)
B >ard men s are Mesd
Mu ...\ Grauei Anna Bear, Abe
:'' | >, An:. Sands. G.....-
Solingi I ),..- : i,, K ,ten-
Edw Schlusslei Albeit
in En an u I K irnsti in, Sid-
ne> P.,In..' A: ,:..:-. i ;:.
1 Klein, Harry Go!
Phillip Hendlm. All xan le R sen
and Charles Stahl
ourse ni the eve-
ning music a ill be fui nishe i by
Irving Put:..
Mrs. 1- Golub Is
Mizrachi Head
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J Mrs.
Lionel Golub. of Brooklyn. New
York, was unanimously elected
national president of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of Ameri-
ca, as the 24th annual national
convention of the women's reli-
gious-Zionist organization came
to a close.
Mrs. Ida Karger of Miami was
elected to the national board.
Zionist Luncheon
t nit Will Hear
lt..lli Hi. Mann
First meeting of the luncheon
club of the Miami Beach Zionist
District will be held Wednesday.
December 7. from 12 IS to 2 p.m.
at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor
(strictly kosher restaurant). 2
Lincoln Road, according to Alfred
Stone, president.
Harold Shapiro, who will act
as toastmaster. announces that the
featured speaker will be Rabbi
Mi shay P. Mann, spiritual leader
of Temple Isaiah. Topic of his
talk will be "Zionist Confusion
Who Is To Blame."
Before assuming the pulpit of
Temple Isaiah, Rabbi Mann was
th spiritual leader of South Fifth
Street Congregation. Brooklyn. N.
Y. He is a graduate of Western
Reserve University. Cleveland.
Ohio, where he also received his
masters and doctorate in history.
Rabbi Mann is the only rabbi in
the ministry who lias been or-
dained by the Orthodox Yeshiva
Seminary in New York as well .>>
the Refo: m Hebrew Union Col-
legi :n Cincinnati.
Rabbi Mann has been active in
th- speakers bureau of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress He is now
engaged m scientific research
dealing with the problem of pov-
erty and its alleviation m the
Talmudic and Mid rash ic Litera-
tures
Serving on th. luncheon com-
'.."'i .'.ill in1 Daniel Broad. Paul
Eisman. J. Goldstein anil Cantor
Samuel Kelemer. The public is
invited
Need Help in a Hurry?Call
A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
White and Colored Help
Phonee 95317 9-6727
51 N. E. Sth Street
AL MEIDENBERG, Owner
MIAMI TOP
SOU. (O.
Wholesale and
Retail
Grade A Pulverized and
Processed Muck and Marl
Any Mixture Bitier
Blue Sod
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Phone 4-0335.
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
EDDIE ALPER
The Showcase of Good Food
T^ GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
DOOM
through the use of /ffl\
IIYLON TENTS "
5-3444
A r| 'J' '*' C3mp
j-ariiy go* released Thi
5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH
-AwOOO AND SUBTERRANEAN
sO FLORIDA'S IARGES1
ex:;*winating CO
Auxiliary Board Meets
A board meeting of the Louis
D. Brandeis Auxiliary 19. Free
Sons of Israel, was held at the
home of the Mesdames Cy and
Sol Jacobson, 2084 Prairie Ave
Miami Beach, on Thursday. De-
cember 1. at 8 p.m. Mrs. H. Kahn
assisted the hostesses. Final plans
for the Chanuka party to be held
in the near future were dis-
cussed.
Center Resumes
Lex A Bagle Hub
The Miami Jewish Community
Center has resumed the Sunday
morning business and profession-
al men's Lox and Bagle Club.
Dues of $2.50 per month are being
collected from the club's member-
ship, and the breakfasts will be-
gin Sunday. December 11. at 10
a.m.
Following breakfast at the cen-
ter 450 S.W. 16th Ave.. the men
will participate in a volleyball
league to begin the same date
and. after this group activity, the
athletic program provides for in-
dividual instruction and partici-
pation in archery, horseshoe
pitch, handball bat tennis, deck
tennis and badminton.
A noontime basketball workout
concludes Sunday morning's ac-
tivity and the men then may pro-
ceed to the Health Club for
sweatroom, rowing machine,
weight lifting and massage.
' [TOIIKTWI sSfc WV i-*
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
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Estab.
1924
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B'nai B'rith To Present Citation ?
Jack Benny On National BroadJ
.Turk Rpnnv will ht nroront.,.1 'VI
Jack Bennv will be presented
with a citation in commemoration
of his service to B'nai B'rith by
Frank Goldman, national presi-
dent of the organization, over a
nation-wide radio broadcast to be
carried by radio station WGBS.
Tuesday, December 6. at 9:30 p.nv
Marking the termination of a
six-week national membership
campaign, the broadcast will be a
tribute to the thousands of B'nai
B'rith leaders who have worked
in the drive to expand its rolls.
At a meeting of the Greater
Miami membership chairmen held
this week at the home of George
J. Talianoff. general chairman for
Dade County, plans were made
for the holding of meetings and
Miami community ,
broadcast. t0 ***
Leaders f ,hl. drj
County. ln nciduion to Tald
are:SholemLdSe.Dav3
man: Miami Beach t .
Beach Chapter M?i
stem: North Shore 0.7? .
Malcolm F.rst coi!"?
Chapter, Mrs hv.ne mV.
M' KfSSf
Lazarus Chapter, M
stein: Ho
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