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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
JME 23-NUMBER 16
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 21, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ban Jews Fight
nii-Semitism
itTMirH :,s in Western Ger-
;. ide Sarv conference this week to
problem of organ-
adequate self-defense meas-
:.,. ,jnst the mounting anti-
incidenta" in the
, and British zones of
The Jewish organiza-
intend to appeal for
v entlon against the
neo-barbarism" in the
a s indicated here.
V
, ,,n Washington. Sen. Guy M.
Ulelte introduced 8 resolution
I the Senate demanding an
Ivestination of American de-
uiiication policies in Western
kimany. Co-sponsors of the
olution were Senators Her-
,t\ H. Lehman. Paul H.
buqlas, Claude Pepper. Dennis
havez, Harley M. Kilgore.
ving M. Ives and Robert C.
ndrickson.)
Meanwhile. Minister of Interior
itav Heinemann, of the Federal
1st German Republic, broadcast
T appealin the name of the
Westant churchcalling on all
B-mans to "work against pre-
lice and anti-Semitism."
lie Minister's broadcast fol-
rtd rlose on the heels of an
break of several anti-Semitic
Edents in Western Germany
ting the week-end. In Frank-
?t the Jewish cemetery was
fcecrated by unknown persons,
Eh at least 12 tombstones over-
town and additional headstones
tnaged by the vandals. Police
V< iting the desecration said
Bt the tombstones required
pysical force" to knock down
i "therefore, this was certainly
; d.irit by playing children."
In Nuremberg, the Jewish
joprieti.r of a building returned
Ihin under the restitution laws,
lio recently came to Germany
pm Israel to claim his property,
bei an anonymous note de-
ping that "Jews are not
Kited." Dr. Philip Auerbach,
kv in Commissioner for Per-
lutees, commented that the
fcek-i.nd incidents were organ-
ic the Nazi underground.
Je Social Democratic Party
lied a statement denouncing
anti-Semitic incidents pre-
dated in this country during
week-end as "doubtless or-
dzed by neo-nationalists." The
Ite nenl added: "The labor
lion and the Social Democrats
Bl reply with all their means."
Israel Protests
Arms Shipments
LONDON, (JTA)The Israeli
government made a very strong
informal demarche at the British
Foreign Office when Isreal charge !
d'affaires Moredcai Kidron saw |
the new British Minister of State.
Kenneth Younger, it was learned
here. The main subject of Israel's
protest was the continued refusal
by Britain to sell arms to Israel
while new deliveries to Egypt
and Iraq have reached a point far
beyond that previously admitted
by the Foreign Office.
Meanwhile, the Arab rearma-
ment program has reached usch
proportions that it is causing the
gravest disquiet here. A group oi
M.P.'s representing all parties in
the House of Commons is plan-
ning to raise the issue when Par-
liament reconvenes next week,
it was learned.
Particular attention has been
focused on Britain's strengthen-
ing of Egypt's air forceespecial-
ly the bomber arm which cannot
be described as a defensive force.
Sources connected with the
British armed services confirm
that Egypt has purchased a total
of 150 modern fighters and bomb-
ers, including 100 jet fighters. A
number of bombers and 30 jet
fighters have already been de-
livered and new Lincoln bombers,
capable of carrying a 12-ton pay
load, are scheduled for delivery
in July.
Israel Consul Will
Hold Birthday Fete
NEW YORK (ISDThe Israel
Consulate General and the Israel
Delegation to the United Nations
will be host to Israelis in New
York at a reception on April 23
between 3 and 6 p.m. at the Con-
sulate General, 11 East 70th St
New York, celebrating the second
anniversary of Israel's inde-
pendence.
The American Zionist Council
will sponsor an anniversary cele-
bration in the ballroom of the
Hotel Astor that evening at 8:15
pm. Speakers will include Am-
bassador Eliahu Elath and Louis
Lipsky, chairman of the council.
Protest Anti-Semitism
FRANKFURT, (JTA)A pro-
test "before world Jewry and
world public opinion" against the
new wave of anti-Semitic vandal-
ism in Germany was issued by
the Union of Jewish Communities
of Hesse.
The protest was made following
disclosure that the 39th act of
vandalism directed against Jewish
cemeteries in the province ot
Hesse since the end of the war
took place during the week-end.
I in mi To Roll Out Weleomc Mat
or Woman Member Of Knesset
TWO YEARS OF
THE JEWISH STATE
Israel's Second Anniversary As a Jewish
State Will Be Marked On Sunday. April 23
I Israel To Mark
I Second Birthday
TEL AVIV (ISD President
' Chaim Weizmann and Prime
j Minister David Ben-Gur:on will
'formally open Independence Day
1 ceremonies on April 22 with
greetings to the natii n
A signal fire will then be lit
on Mount Herzl by Speaker of
the Km -si t Yoset and
torch-light parades will march
in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. The
diplomatic corps will be guests of
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett
at djnner Saturday evening and
will be received by President
Weizmann Sunday morning.
There will be military parades
in Jerusalem and an air force
demonstration in T< 1 Aviv and
Haifa. The Prime Minister will
hold a reception in Jerusalem in
the afternoon.
Bttstfaras^i^ftg
Peace Talks Forecast
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The fore-
cast that peace talks will be
started soon between the Arab
states and Israel was made today
in a broadcast on the British-
controlled Near Eastern Arabic
Radio station in Cyprus. There is
no doubt that if these talks will
not begin, then Transjordan will
approach Israel on her own, the
broadcast said.
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he community will roll out its
[I' me mat for Mrs. Ada
fcimon Fishman, Israeli women's
Her and Mapai member of the
lesset, when she arrives in
imi for a brief visit Tuesday,
Iv 2
YOUR FAILURE TO
VOTE
MIGHT BE
THE END OF
freedom
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Mrs. Fishman, who is a sister,
of Rabbi Judah Lieb Maimon,
minister of religion in the Israeli
cabinet, will be met at the airport
by Mayors William Wolfarth and
Harold Turk and presented with
the keys to both cities.
The Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dade
County, of which Mrs. Louis
Glasser is president, and the
Council of Pioneer Women of
Greater Miami, headed by Mrs.
Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, will
tender a reception in honor or
the prominent woman on Wed-
nesday, May 3, at 8:30 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Scheduled to appear on the pro-
gram is the Hadassah Choral
Group, under the direction of Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein.
Mrs. Fishman, who is a real
pioneer in Israel, having arrived
there from Bessarabia 40 years
ago was the first woman teacher
in the first Hebrew Petah Tikvah.
Government Association last year.
With VJA fund; newcomer! help
build 50,000 new housing unlu.
Newcomer to Israel from Yemen
at work on new farm settlement.
200 Attend Judaism
Council Conclave
CINCINNATI.Approximately
two hundred Jewish community
leaders from all parts of the
country have arrived in Cincin-
nati for the sixth annual confer-
ence of the American Council of
Judaism, which will begin today
(Friday).
President Harry S. Truman, in
a message to Council declared:
"The faith upon which the
Council is founded and to which
it has adhered under complex
circumstances of the modern
world, is an inspiration to all of
us who believe in the brotherhood
of man. This faith embodies
principles which find an accord
in the minds and hearts of all of
us who are devoted to the ex-
tension of democratic practices
1 and beliefs."
The President further ex-
1 pressed the hope that the Coun-
l cil's program of education would
! achieve the "objectives of increas-
ing the national, civil, cultural
and social integration of Ameri-
cans of Jewish faith."
President Truman's greetings
were extended in a letter which
was addressed to Lesing J. Rosen-
wald, president of the American
Council for Judaism.
Kleinfeld Heads
State B'nai B'rith
Frank G. Kleinfeld of St.
Petersburg was elected president
of the Florida State Federation
of B'nai B'rith Lodges at their
recent state convention in St.
Petersburg.
E. Albert Pallot of Miami was
named vice president. He is a
national commissioner on Vet-
erans' Affairs from District Five,
a past president of the Greatei
Miami B'nai B'rith Council and
served as a president of Sholem
Lodge for two terms. He is also
a charter president of Hibiscus
Lodge, and past exalted ruler of
the Miami Elks' Lodge.
i..ll reception campi, like the one above, now rum tiom to
Program To Observe
Israel's 2nd Birthday
The Columbia Broadcasting
System, in cooperation with
the government of Israel will
present "Israel, Year II" on
Sunday, April 23, at 5 p.m.
The narrator will be Quentin
Reynolds and Secretary-Gen-
eral Trygve Lie of the United
Nations will broadcast a
message. The program will be
produced by Himan Brown.


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PAGE THREE
"11 Say...
. 0( books dealing with anti-Semitism are
' ff the press. To most readers, the pestilent
0 i mers appear as remote as other material
*" Kn'nks They are meaningful, however, to
,r/^ who wrestled day by day with the
Ameers that threatened the Miami area
,E 3OUT entrance into the Second World
The Anti-Semitic Crusade In Miami Between 1935-1940
ly HARRY SIMONHOFF
ling
Is
in 1033 Hitler attained power. News dis-
!isisted that full scale violence would be
TP,'inst German Jews. On March 19th, giant
rations were staged in Madison Square
u nrf large Jewish centers the world over.
fnl i ;, telegram from Stephen S. Wise, we
I it meeting that overflowed Temple Israel.
Pnd Ministers joined Rabbis in prayers to
liigaster Every one felt that the Nazi victory
Eta a perilous era. The revocation of Jewish
In Geimany portended similar action in other
kUtS Against Miami Jewry
tpnuent events proved our forebodings were
Jth-m justified. Yet we did not expect
l^bia to strike in our very midst. But
f'nU soon discovered their store windows
led with stickers picturing a repulsive looking
Ecircled with the legend, "To buy from Jews is
L the Communism." Its Germanic-English
led their origin. Investigation disclosed that the
rs followed the docking of German ships in
harbor. Then we became aware of secret
,on William Dudley Pelly's Silver Shirt Legion
Gaining membership in our vicinity. W. G.
hard Jr., began publishing a magazine, Race
atioii near Orlando. This rag, screaming Fascist
eanda and anti-Semitic smear, edited from
ial sent out of Erfurt, Germany, was dis-
ed bv a small obstreperous group of would-be
-Troopers, calling themselves the White Front.
& Wiiirod
. day we heard that some demagogue was using
school auditoriums to spread Roosevelt hate
and anti-Semitic virus. We went to the School Board
and lodged a complaint. The trustees knew nothing
about the speaker nor the venom he spewed forth.
They promptly closed all school property to hate
peddlers. That evening he left town. Later we learned
that he was the notorious Gerald Winrod of Kansas,
one of the worst Isolationist, pro-Hitler anti-Semites
operating in the U. S.
The German Ferry Incident
The newspapers carried a casual item that the
North German Lloyd would install a ferry to ply
between Key West and Havana. Immediately we
sensed Hitler's scheme to infiltrate Nazi agents into
the U. S. without immigration inspection. Yet the
Seaboard Air Line Railroad and the Florida Motor
Bus Lines were ready to sign a contract to transport
tourists on German boats manned by underpaid
Nazi sailors competing against American seamen.
We organized a strong protest, and the Bus Line
sent their Jewish treasurer, a Mr. Siegel of Jackson-
ville, to reason with us. We refused to compromise,
and threatened a boycott. To our gratification, both
agreements were cancelled, but not because of Nazi
infiltration of spies or discrimination against U. S.
seamen.
Raymond J. Healy
Incidents began to multiply. In Jimmy Demetree's
bar, the Irish Hitler from Chicago, Raymond J. Healy,
was spouting the Isolationist Fascist line. Some
barroom customers objected to his anti-American
implications. A free-for-all ensued, and the police
arrested Healy. Charged with disorderly conduct, he
was tried in Judge Cecil Curry's City Court. Ray-
mond Healy seized the occasion to deliver a Union
Square soap-box tirade. Trembling with fanatic rage,
>3 ranted: "When Jesus said, 'Oh, Father, forgive
them for they know not what they do,' he did not
mean the Jews. The Saviour pointed to the Roman
soldiers at the Crucifixion. He never forgave the
Jews and never will." Healy served 30 days on the
chain gang.
Dissension Among the Bundists
At this point we decided to employ a detective
to watch and report all subversive anti-Democratic
activities in the area. Thus we were able to learn
that Blanchard was not getting along so well with
"Major" Frank Pease, a pro-Fascist scribbler in
Coral Gables; that Blanchard had a fight with
Raymond Healy; that Lucy Cotton Thomas McGraw,
the much married chorus beauty, subsequently
Princess Tchicherin. withdrew support lrom the
anti-Semitic White Front because she fell out with
Blanchard's father in a venture to drill oil in the
Everglades.
A Near Riot
Events were now snowbaling to a climax. I ne
White Fronters, clad in the brown shirts, khaki
trousers, riding boots, and Sam Brown belts were
distributing handbills near the postoffice. Itching
for a frontal anti-Jewish attack, they hired a hall in
the Allapattah region, and prepared for a mass
meeting. The Jewish War Veterans (not yet organized
in Florida) were restive and rearing for a fight. Our
group met and decided to request police interference
before blood was shed.
Chief Leslie Quigg called in Blanchard, and the
meeting was called off. We paid no further attention
until reading the next morning's paper. It seems
that no one had informed the hall keeper. Hr
therefore, lit up and opened the doors. A crowd
piled in expecting a riot. Since there were no
speakers, the audience was ready to disband. But a
White Fronter named Lyman. handed out literature
and made some offensive remarks. A Jewish boy hit
him on the head with a billy. Unfortunately, or
fortunately, he was caught in the act by the press
camera. The papers made a front page story of the
incident and rebuked Jews for using the methods
of Hitler. But the crest of the anti-Semitic wave
was broken. The valiant White Front Storm Troopers
were thoroughly cowed. In the hospital, Lyman
whined that he narrowly escaped having his head
cracked open.
With the outbreak of World War II, the anti-
Semitic crusade in the Miami region degenerated
and finally disappeared.___________________
kill To Speak
[instalation
Iph McGill, editor of the
Ita Constitution who recently
ned from Israel, will be the
ppal speaker at the installa-
bf oficers of the Miami Beach
I B'nai B'rith, it has been
faced bv Chairman Harry
nick.
i banquet will be held at the
py Hotel on Sunday, May
is expected to attract a
I attendance.
Jill is known as an out-
jig editorialist and liberal
|er. He is the author of a
nt series of articles in a local
baper. describing his ex-
hces in the State of Israel.
Bfrey K. Newman, Miami
attorney, will be installed
jsident.
Jistine Harry Zukernick with
Igemenls for the event are
|Gold. Saul Genet, Jules P.
(ling and Herbert L. Markow.
Prof. Hirsch To Read
Arthur Miller Play
By popular demand, Freedom
House will present a second read-
ing of Arthur Miller's prize
winning play, "Death of a Sales-
man," by Prof. Sam Hirsch of
the University of Miami Drama
Department on Tuesday, April 25,
at 8:30 p.m. at the National Hotel.
Prof. Hirsch has won acclaim
for his readings of "Awake and
Sing," "Mad Woman of Chailot"
and "Mr. Roberts."
Reservations for Tuesday
night's performance may be made
by calling 5-9783 or 5-4549.
Sholom Women
Plan Brunch
A brunch and games party will
be sponsored by Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood of Miami
Beach on Wednesday, April 26,
at 11:30 a.m. in the banquet hall,
according to an announcement
by Mrs. Alexander Robbins,
president.
Mrs. Alex Straus is chairman of
this function and Mrs. Jack
Lawson is in charge of reserva-
tions. All troceeds will be used
for the support of Temple Beth
Sholom Religious School, the
sisterhood's chief project.
>ns Law Office
mas Jean Ellis announces
Itablishment of a law office
*t St., Miami Beach.
Kill Annual
ihiloc Concert
ireater Miami
Jewish Folk
Chorus
lay, April 23. at 8:30 P.M.
Jami Beach High School
1420 Drexel Ave.
EN YOMEN, Conductor
kRGARET BEN YOMEN
at the Piano
Featuring
ie Greater Miami
Jwish Folk Chorus
"LUeWUl
Conquer99
(Cantata)
Music: J. S. BACH
Text: L. MILLER
the first lime in Yiddish)
Soloists:
VTHANIEL SPRINZEN.
>r. New York Civic Opera
fl-YN SAMUELS. Soprano
[On Popular Request:
' ROZHINKES MIT
MANDLEN"
(Excerpts from
Goldfaden Operettas)
for Chorus: M. RAUCH
Narration by
VTHANIEL BUCHWALD
ckets: $1.20 (tax incl.)
H. O. (Al) Lasseter
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April 25 a: :he V:.:^r Hotel :i44
Ocean Drive. They are Paul
Gillei and Cap! Or. Gunsberg.
now visiting at Miami Beach, who
will discuss Tr.e Prohl ." n-
n nting Inhabitants of Israel
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.E- :' ofiacers will take
- at the meeting. Nornina:.
: office .-elude: presidenl
Mrs A Louis Mechlowitz; fir?:
lilent, :.:: s PfaOip Bloom:
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h. Kane: third vice presider.:.
Albert Rosen: recording sec-
Mr; Max Sieraste in:
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--: f.nancial secretary.
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and local Bnai Bnth,
men, Mrs. Gordon has been
Vt*T active :n religious, civic and '
philanthropic organizations. She
^s a former president of Junior]
Hadassah and has served as presi- i
dent of Beth David Sisterhood i
for two terms.
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president, has]
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IDAY, APRIL 21, 1950
*Jewisfi rhriUtr
PAGE FIVE
Irs. Sehwadron Yo Be Installed
U presideni Of New Sisterhood
Eg. Joseph Schwadronwm be
I iiril as president of the
Khood of the Miami Hebrew
,1 and Congregation at a tea
the SC
hoot building on Tuesday.
"a 25, at l P-m. This will be
f newly formed organizations
L installation affair.
Lc Nathan Coulton, membcr-
fc chairman, will be in charge
^arrangements and serve as
Pi Mrs. David Meltzer
pJtality chairman, will greet
S'ii Simon April, spiritual
H,., of the congregation, will
the installation address and
nil the officers.
be installed at the cere-
are Mrs. Joseph
n, president: Mrs. Isa-
Fogel, vice president; Mrs.
Stone, treasurer; Mrs.
kllll'S
ck
financial sccre-
vhael Blank,
Iv Mrs. Edward Becker, rec-
jjn,. secretary; Mrs. Max S.
j r, corresponding secre-
members include the
Isdames Simon April, Louis
Lust Nathan Coulton, Herbert
film Becky Becker, Michael
Jdicr Bin Golden, Murray
fschcnbaum. David Meltzer,
_phu- Moss, G. Pearlman, Fred
tenth:!!. Nellie Simpkins. Ben
Bloff, Sarah Stone, Milton
tiner William Weintraub
Gables Men's Club To
Hold "Millionaire's Nite"
The Coral Gables Jewish Center
Men's Club will sponsor its first
annual "Millionaire's Night" on
Sunday. April, 23, at 8 p.m. at the
temple auditorium.
Edgar Miller, chairman of the
committee in charge of the pro-
gram, stated that the secret of
how to be a "Millionaire for a
Night" will be revealed at the
affair.
Jewish
Nomination Made i Hialeah-Miami Springs
. ... Community Center and elections
Nominations for officers were | wiU take place Wednesday, May
held at the last meeting of the 110, at the Hialeah City Hall. ___
Reception Will Honor
Rep. And Mrs. Smothers
"Smathers for Senator" beach
headquarters will hold a reception
at 5824 Alton Road on Friday,
April 21, from 2 until 5 p.m. in
honor of Rep. George Smathers
and his wife, Rosemary.
Mrs. Joseph Schwadron
Will Sing In Havana
Cantor Samuel Kelemer has
been invited to appear as guest
artist at the Israeli anniversary
celebration, to be sponsored by
the Jewish community of Havana
Cuba, Saturday, April 22. The
cantor will be accompanied by
Mrs. Kelemer and his accompan-
ist, Herman Fried.
(tables Sisterhood Cited For
Promoting Interfaith Relations
A citation for promoting inter-. .,, j j u
faith relations was presented to | Week 19o0 and was signed by
the Sisterhood of the Coral President Harry S Truman;
Gables Jewish Center last Friday Honorary President John L. Sulli-
evening at a special sisterhood | van,
Sabbath service conducted by
P;
4iss Marilyn Ross of Elmhurst,
Y., is entertaining guests at
Sorrento Hotel while vaca-
ning here. Highly acclaimed for
beautiful soprano voice. 19-
kr-old Miss Ross is a veteran
numerous benefit performances
a favorite of patients in VA
ipitals along the East Coast.
Ith the Metropolitan Opera
)mpany as her goal, this at-
ctive young lady spends most
Iher time practicing.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Guest speakers were Dr. El-
wood C. Nance, president of the
University of Tampa and James
A. Whitehead, regional director
of the National Conference j>i
Christians and Jews who present-
ed the citation to Mrs. Irving
Gerstenfeld, president of the
sisterhood. and Mrs. Herman
Rubin, interfaith chairman.
The citation read "The Nat'l
Conference of Christians and
Jews extends appreciation to the
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center for cooperation in
the promotion of Brotherhood
Everett R. Clinchy, president.
Especially praised was the recent
Institute of Judiasm sponsored by
the sisterhood in cooperation with
the Christian women of the area.
The Greater Miami Council of
Church Women reciprocated with
a similar Institute of Christianity
at the Holy Cross Episcopal
Church, April 19.
Idge Oka To Direct
Tudgi Kenneth Oka wil direct
program of the Music Lovers
[>up of the Miami Beach Y on
April 25. at 8:30 p.m.
r- I Chasan is director.
Sweet Sixteen Party
A sweet sixteen party was
given by Miss Jewel Muravchick,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
M. Muravchick, 3340 Chase Ave.,
Miami Beach, at the Sherry
Frontenac Hotel Saturday night.
Miss Muravchick attends Miami
Beach High School and is secre-
tary of the student council.
A buffet supper, dancing and
entertainment were features of
the party. Two hundred guests
were present including Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Feldman of New
York.
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ra^AY. APR!
21,
Surprise Party Given
A surprise party in honor of the
fortieth wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs Jack Oxman. Phil-
adelphia, was given by Mrs.
Oxman's brother-in-law and
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Belanoff. 3D Sunday at 3201 S.W.
13th St.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Brand. Mr. and Mrs Dave
Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Hiller Kauf-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Komorotf, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Chenkow, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Sharoff, Mrs S. Seltzer. Mrs. Sally
Kern. Mrs. Lena Waintraub. Mrs.
Jennie Shucher and son and Mrs.
Sadie Siaw.
Hadassah I 'nil
Plans Shower
The Miami Business and Pro-
fessional Division of Had.--.;. :-
planning a linen shower to be |
held at'the home of Miss Betty |
Kandel. 4355 N. Jefferson Ave.,
Miami Beach, en Sunday evening, j
April *22. Admission will be by |
donation of a baby linen gift to
be sent to Israel.
At the last business meeting, a
slate of members nominated for
office for the next term, was
present y Fanny Levitt, chair- |
mar. I th n iminating committee.
Elections will take place at the
next business meeting in May.
ARTHUR MURRAY
Nancy Hirsch
Xancv Hirsch Plans
June Garden Rites
Planning a June garden wed-
ding is Miss Nancy Hirsch. whose
engagement to Irwin D. Rubin,
son of the Raymond Rubins. 5965
Adams Ave.. Miami Beach.
The bride-elect attended high
school in Atlanta, the University
of Wisconsin and was graduated
from the University of Miami last
June. She was active in extra-
curricular activities and was
affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi |
sorority. For the past year she
has been an instructor at Nautilus
Elementary School.
Mr. Rubin, a graduate of River- '
side Military Academy. Gaines-
ville. Ga.. attended the University j
of Miami. He served four years'
in the air force and since his
discharge has been engaged in the
real estate and construction
business.
Lillian Steen Wed
In White Organdy
At home at 122 Antiquera Ave..
Coral Gables, are Mr. and Mrs.
Milt Milter, whose marriage was
an event of March 18. The couple
exchanged vows in the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Steen. 5172 S.W. 4th St.,
before Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
For her wedding the former |
Miss Lillian Steen chose a white
embroidered organdy gown, an
illusion veil secured by a cloche
headpiece and carried a bible
adorned with white orchids. She
was given in marriage by her
father. ,
Maid of honor was Miss Arlene
Broude. Brookline, Mass., who
wore navy sheer. Fred K. Shochet
was best man for the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Mitler, North
Bergen. N. J.
The bride, known professional-
ly as Dona Dane, is star of the (
WTVJ Monday night program.
'To Thee I Sing." Mr. Mitler is
program director for station
WTTT and producer-writer for
WTVJ.
Betrothal Armour
Mrs. Anne Kor,nde, J
,nounced the betrothal ,
daughter, Phoob(, ^
Hecker, son of Mr aJ
Harry Hecker. 4761 JJ ,
Terr. A cocktail party -". I
by her molhor at \g
AventOnAprll9inhono^
The bride-elect to*;
University of M?a%3
uate in February.'^1*,
member of Ph, SiRnV'
^Jh Pan American CheS^
A winter wedding if^
Shirley Simons
'On several occasions I have
travelled under the guidance of
FARH TOURS, and each time I
was greatly impressed, principally
because I noticed that FARR
TOURS insists on and delivers
their sen is in the same I idi-
tion irtesy and ncy
on which insist in wn
..:-."
FAKR
'A F Name Travel"
Barbara Ruth Syrkin To
Wed Kenneth Schwartz
The betrothal of Miss Barbara
Ruth Syrk'in to Kenneth Jay
Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I. R. Schwartz. 2938 S.W. 18th
St.. has been announced by her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Syrkin. Mt. Vernon. N. Y.
Th( prospective bridegroom is
a senior at the Wharton School of
Finance and Commerce at the
University of Pennsylvania and
is a member of Beta Sigma Rho
fraternity. During the war. he
served with the Sixth Marine
Division in the Pacific Theatre.
Miss Syrkin attended Mt. Ida
College in Newton. Mass.. and
Drexel Institute of Technology in
Philadelphia.
The wedding will take place in
June and the couple will live in
Philadelphia.
Shirley Simons Pledged
To Alan Stuart Kahn
The betrothal of Miss Shirley
Simons, to Alan Stuart Kahn, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Kahn,
802 S.W. 26th Road, has been
announced by her mother, Mrs.
Seymour Simons. Detroit, Mich.
Mr. Kahn graduated from the
University of Michigan, where he
was president of Zeta Beta Tau
fraternity. An air force veteran,
he is associated with his grand
father and father in B. S. Kahn
and Co., local dress manu-
facturers.
His fiancee, daughter of the
late Seymour Simons, was grad-
uated from Miss Newman';.
School for Girls and the Uni-
versity of Michigan, where she
was a member of Alpha Kappa
Delta, national honorary socio-
logical society. She is associated
with the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion of Detroit as director of the
junior division of the Allied
Jewish Campaign.
Marriage Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman W*
Atlanta. Ga announce
marriage of their daughte- I
Mr. and Mrs. David Ha *
hou- 2474 Swanson Ave '
The bndem-r.om graduated!
the University of Miami,
September and is await
ceptance at medical school
The couple will reside
Miami. c
DR. L. FREDERIC!
GOLDBERG
formerly of 515 N.E. 15th St
Announces
The removal of his offices b
605 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Suite 306 Phone H
Prior to her marriage Sunday.
Mrs. Jack M. Bargoon was Miss
Merle Joan Goldberg, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis D. Goldberg.
2995 S.W. 19th St. For the
ceremony in the Essex House.
Newark. N. J.. the bride wore a
champagne tissue faille, taupe
accessories and carried orchids
on a white bible. Mrs. Melvin J.
Herman was her sister's matron
of honor; Miss Carol Beth Glass-
Ion, bridesmaid. Robert Bargoon
was best man for his brother.
The Family of the Late
Esther Berkowitz
Wishes to express its deep appreciation for the manyl
sincere expressions of sympathy extended during ifej
recent bereavement.
Philip Berkowitz
and Family
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vJewlsti fhtridiar
PAGE SEVEN
ersonally Speaking...
Dr. and Mrs. Jules Kranz. 3782 Chase Avenue, Miami
Beach, left this week for Brooklyn, N. Y., where they will
3end the summer. En route they will stop in Washington. D. C,
; visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
EhjmenthaL
* *
Mrs. Yetta Davidson, member of Pioneer Women Club No.
iv/o, recently returned from New York, where she bade fareweli
_ her son, Uryon, and his wife, who departed for Israel. They
fill settle in the Kibbutz Beth Ashita.
* *
Max Mintzer has returned from the hospital and is now
ecuperating at his home, 1843 S.W. 9th St. He was recently
fisited by his son, Joseph, student at the University of Florida in
Uainesville, and his daughter, Mrs. Helen Halperin of McRae,
a.
* *
Mrs. Etha Beck was hostess to a group of 40 friends at her
,ome, 2331 S.W. 19th St. Proceeds from the party went to
imaranth Laurel Court 11.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Beer, 4343 North Bay Road, are leaving
Jhortly for an early spring vacation in Norwich, Conn. In June
hey will go to California, where Dr. Beer will attend an Ameri-
lan Medical Association convention. From there they will
kroceed to Europe. England, France, Italy and Austria will be
In their itinerary.
-K *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Freefield, 1416 Alton Road, Miami
keach, announce the birth of a daughter, Sandra Esther, at Mt.
kinai Hospital on April 14. The mother is the former Marian
lerman.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. William Mirsky of Fresh Meadows, Long
tod, N. Y., are guests at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach.
/hile here they are visiting Mrs. Mirsky's brother and sister-
a-law, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Waldman, 2400 S.W. 12th St., and
heir aunt, Mrs. F. Harris, Cleveland, who is vacationing here.
'. family reunion is being planned.
* *
Announcing the birth of a daughter, Vallie Jeane, are
4r. and Mrs. Labe B. Mell, 1819 S.W. 7th St. Mrs. Mell is the
brmer Lorraine Klapper of Moodus, Conn. Paternal grand-
mother is Mrs. Minna R. Mell, 2273 S.W. 12th St.
* *
Miss Golda Lewis is spending the summer at the Monroe
lowers Hotel, Miami Beach.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Wolfe of Philadelphia, Pa.., are guests
the Delmonico Hotel. They are visitina their son and
auqhter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfe. The Philadelphians
i( be here for two weeks.
* *
A dinner party at the Delmonico Hotel Sunday evening
snored Mrs. Meyer Keilson on the occasion of her birthday.
mono; the guests were Mrs. Keilson's sister, Mrs. Levi Rokeach,
IW York, who has been visitina the Keilsons, and Mr. and
s. Barnett Tanenbaum, their daughter's in-laws, who reside
Normandy Isle.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gruber of Baltimore, Md.. and Mrs.
erman Isaacson and daughter, Rosalie, of New York, recently
turned to their homes after vacationing in Miami Beach. Mrs.
Tuber and Mrs. Isaacson are the daughters of the Rev. and
W. Kalman Shapiro and the sisters of Rabbi Max Shapiro, who
Itertamed the visitors during their visit.
Mona Schrold Becomes Mrs. Sy Shapiro
In Garden Ceremony At Lord Tarleton
Wearing a gown of bud pink
chiffon, Miss Mona Schrold be- Pearl trlm at the neckline. Both
came the bride of Sy Shapiro on wore orchids.
Sunday at 7 p.m. The couple The newly weds are motoring to
exchanged vows and rings in the California and Acapulco, Mexico,
for their wedding trip. They will
^1^^ be at home after May 15 at 193
North Shore Drive.
The former Miss Schrold at-
tended Jamaica Training School
in Jamaica, L. I., Pratt Institute
and is a member of Phi Epsilon
Delta.
Mr. Shapiro, who is in the
publicity business in Miami
Beach, attended Brooklyn College
and Rice Institute. Formerly with
the Florida Sun, he is a member
of the Variety Club.
Besides the Schrolds and the
Shapiros, out-of-town guests in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Shapiro, San Francisco; Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Parker, Tucson, Ariz.;
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burgli. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Seed, Chicago; Manie
Saks, New York.
Mrs. Sy Shapiro
garden of the Lord Tarleton
Hotel, Miami Beach. The service
was followed by a reception in
the hotel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Schrold, Brighton Beach, N. Y.,
the bride complimented her gown,
which featured a square neckline
trimmed with petals, with a cap
of pink petals, silk veil and pink
nosegay.
Miss Myra Schrold served as
maid of honor for her sister in
blue lace with a green underskirt
and carried a white nosegay
trimmed with green lace.
William Shapiro, Brooklyn, was
his brother's best man. They are
the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Elias
Shapiro, Brooklyn.
Moishe Oysher, internationally
known liturgical singer, was
cantor for the ceremony. Rabbi
Irviftg Lehrman officiated.
The bride's mother greeted
guests in a gown of navy lace
trimmed with irridescent blue
beads. The elder Mrs. Shapiro
wore gray Chantilly lace with
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Glazer, 2462 [
Inagua Ave., announce the en-!
gagement of their daughter. Sue,'
to Herman Hirsh, son of Mrs. I
Pauline Hirsh. 2486 S.W. 16th St.'
RECEPTION
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FRIDAY. APRIL 21
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The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association, Partici-
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Meat Markets without the sign of the GMVH H 1 D 3
displayed are neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad;
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are neither supervised r.or endorsed by the Vaad:
when they are freshly killed and not when they are
frozen.
For other information about Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595.
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DAVIS INSTITUTE
THREE SCHOOLS
DENTAL ASSISTANTS SCHOOL
EQUIPMENT:
1. Dental office
Operating room equipment with
dental ohair, cabinets, etc.
Lecture room
Laboratory
Dark room
2.
Principal in charge has wide experience
in this work in school, in several clinics
and in her husband's dental office.
Also lectures by dentists.
Best of all, classes will spend much
time in a $10,000 dental office in
operation. Day and Night classes.
PHYSICIANS' ASSISTANTS &
TECHNICIANS SCHOOL
10th YEAR
NEW DAY & EVENING
CLASSES START APRIL 24th
Lectures 8r practice in laboratory
technique
Short intensive course
Well equipped lab.
Expert instructors
Diplomas. Free placement service
Evelyn Abell. M. T., Principal
Former graduate i & instructor in a
famous Northern School of Laboratory
Technique.
MIAMI SCHOOL
OF NURSING
NEW DAY & EVENING
CLASSES START APRIL 24th
3 Registered Nurses teach this splendid
course.
Qualifies with brief experience in
practice to pass Fla. State Examination
to obtain Slate Certificate and be
registered by state as a practical nurse.
2 classes weekly
S10 down $5 week
Uniform, text, notes, cap, thermometer
furnished by school.
NEW DENTAL ASSISTANTS SCHOOL OPENS MAY 2
228 N.E. 15th St.
Phones 9-3995, 2-0297
After May* 1 all three school, will be located in larger & bolter quarter, at 150-152 N.E. 3rd St. % block oast of Post Offico
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DAAPRIL

Dr. Levin To Present Color Films
On Bronchoscopy At Meeting Sunday
Color films on the hand..;
the bronchoscope in diseases of
the voice box. wind-pipe, bron-
-ehial tubes and food passages will
be one of the highlights of the
annual met I F
ican C liege
. : Chest Phj as n Sundaj
the Hollywood Beach Hotel. The
is will be presented by D:.
N thaniel Levli
of the ent::
the conclave, wh
held in conjunction with the
,:nual convenl
of the Florida Medical Associa-
t. m.
Dr. Levin will explain 1
at cancer victim le ns
: again without a I I
:. /oice box"
been removed.
The outlook :n cancer of the
th: ne of the n
: ; :. -._ all types of
cancer. Dr. L- vin revealed. The
use of the bronchoscope. as well
as new cell stud;
- ssible.
:.: : vi r, list con-
ned. or nchos been
n extent in
no Ions i <---
hi n -
treatment is
Dr. Lev i r many .
was ass
son in the I
i Bronchos
|
I
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Sinai Hospil n vi |
int the 5t t its kind in
the South. Hi als stafi
H
Pratt G n ral H i\ ital, D
Use of hoi
such as aun ; cin
...... ...
of.head and chest its, as
recent rices in the
py will
be discussed on Sunday's | .
gram.
Other local sped; n the
.. am include Dr. M. Jay
Flipse, who will pi esidi
Dr. Xathaniel Levin
round table chest c nference with
the following participants: Dr.
David Kirsh, X-ray aspects: Dr.
David A. Nathan, medical as-
Dr. DeWitt C. Daughtry.
ts Di Alexandei
ill review the u-.
. tics.
Dr. Levin and Dr. Pli]
_.. brief preview of th-
adio progran
n WIOD at 7:30 p.i Sat -
day. Advanci
M licit Sui I 1
I and Dr. Flips
I on the medical f
Dr. L- ; ting n surgery.
>IIIIIA Dinner To
Honor Rivkind
The Miami Beach Hotel
Association will honor Samuel
Rivkind. who has served as its
president for two terms, at a
dinner, Thursday. April 20, at
the Saxony Hotel.
Dr. David S. Andron. operator
of the Towers and Albion Hotels.
will be toastmaster and Capt.
Eddie Rickenbacker and Hotel
C immissioner James Landon will
be featured speakers at the cele-
bration.
Promotion plans of the associa-
tion to encourage 1.000.000 new
Miami Beach visitors here next
season will be outlined by the
association officials, including
Executive Secretary Samuel
Kaplan.
Youth oroup Forming
The Coi IG We lenter
is organizing a club for boys and
girls between the ages of 16 and
19. The new unit meets every
y at 8:30 p.m. at the center.
Additional information may be
obtained by calling Helene
Bengis at 4-5787 or Dorothy
Balber at 48-1604.
Annual Meeting Slated
The annual meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion is scheduled for May 18.
according to an announcement
by William D. Singer, presi-
dent.
Singer urged all individuals
to keep this date open.
LEGAL NOTICE
notice by publication
in the circuit Court of the
ELEVENTH JlIM'MAl. CIRCUIT
IV AND FOR DADE CQL'NTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
CATHERINE BUTTER, Plaintiff, vs.
HAROLD V. BUTTER, JR., De-
f.ii'lant.
TO: HAROLD V BUTTER, JR.
''.it 771it Street,
Ozone Park, Long Island, New York.
VOL' ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your anawer t" the iimi of
Int "ii the plaintiff** attorney
i. o Iginal .iii-\\ er In th*
of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on "i before the 19 day of May,
... the above enl Itled cause foi
othej Ise .. I 'ecree Pro I !on-
, will be pntered against you.
Dated t!iis 19 day of April, 1950.
E. B WEATHERMAN,
Clerk "i" the Clrcutt Court.
,,Ircull C irt Seal)
By M. C. PEIQE,
Deputy Clerk.
EMANUEL LEVENBON,
\ ?..r Plaintiff,
a.- Building,
Miami. Florida.
4 21-28 5 r.-12
IN AND FX)R h, ",'" 'ii
fLORIDA. -|N''", C$8
24014.
In Re; ESTATE OP
JOSEPH KARr
i >< eased
To ah Creditors and
PROBtfS"
''"' ''''' h of v,,ii
notified and r<
rV,lms :'.....
either ol you, ma:
ll tte of Ji iSEl'H k\'im;'b'""-,i
tote of Ulan i:. .' /,'
Florida, to th,
Count, Judge ,,, ,..? ,.
file the same In hit
bounty cou tl ... .
Florida, within

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
flctli lous name ol
MX \ MI COTTON FIBER COMPANY
',, 3040 N. \v. North Rlvei Drive,
jl .,.. pi ,i id i, Intends to register
aald name with th.- Clerk of th-
eir, ait Court of Dade County. Honda.
DAVID POTTA8H
KF.I'.V STONE
\.-. M. I David Pottaah
_~ ':, 5-13
from the date i I
hereof, .- ",lub!: oontaln th- it.Kai .,,i.'" I
nl and I
...,!
be barred, See < .
Probat. Act :
Date April 17, A.n 1
A, Adn
of JOSEPH K IKP ii -I
DIANA COOPERSMITH I
237, Lincoln R
. :
FOR RENTFOUR MEETING
ROOMS AND TWO LARGE
AUDITORIUMS
Also completely equipped large
Kosher Kitchen for Weddings. Bar
Mitzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge
Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space.
PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER
4-5922, FOR INFORMATION
Slum Clearance Forum
Set For Monday Nite
A public forum on slum
ance will be held on Monday.
April 24. at 8:30 p.m. at the
I ty City Auditorium, 6304
N.W. 14th Ave.
Abe Aronovitz will speak in
behalf of the project and present
an initiative petition for signa-
tures Roscoe Brunstetter will
live position.
PLAZA
"Home of Yiddish Attractions"
S. End Wash. Ave., Miami Beach
Open 1:45 Free Parking
DOUBLE FEATURE YIDDISH SCREEN SHOW
Feature No. 1 Feature No' 2
LEO FUCHS &
BERTA GERSTEN & HANNAH HOLLANDER
MICHEL ROSENBERG | f|~an| To Be
"Mlrele Kffros" A Mother"
MUSICAL COMEDY PROGRAM
Admission 62c until 6
75c after 6 (tax inrl.)
Starts Tuesday, April 25th
NOTICE BY PUBLTcATmT~H
IN Tin: ciRt-UT .-7,7-,-t ,\J
T\i:?:^,:,^m J
BROOKLYN, .-. v lL
copy of you I
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answer i I
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By: Mi w st \ v;
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Plain) Iff' Ati
NORMAN K .YOX8,
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Miami, >"
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 1EBY OITEf !h*
Mi.- undel M rr^iff j|
busln< t
Gablea Su
Cor;..
to rei -
.- mmt of
i
with ihf Clett
-f th.- i ':' I lade Coontr,
Florida.
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HAItoLD I HB0EI
ri_ARENCi ana
5-12-lt
For Florida's Future
Return
For Your Own Future
CLAUDE PEPPER
to the UNITED [STATES SENATE
True Friend of South Florida
Nc other senator in Florida's history
has taken snch an active and personal
interest in the problems of South Florida.
It was Claude Pepper who led the fight
tc procure the Nautilus Hotel (now the
Mt. Sinai Hospital) for the City of Miami
Beach. It was he who initiated the
program of Flood Control in this area.
as well as a number of other key
projects of tremendous benefit to the
people of South Florida.
True Friend of Israel
For 14 long years Claude Pepper waged
a tireless fight for the establishment of
a free and independent nation of Israel.
He also worked vigorously for full
recognition of the newly established
nation, and for the lifting of the arms
embargo against it. In addition Claude
Pepper was one of the leaders in the
successful campaign to eliminate the
cuscrhninatory provisions of the 1948
Displaced Persons BUL
True Friend of the People
Never once during his political career
has Claude Pepper sacrificed the rights
of the many for the privileges of the
special few. His friendship for FDR.
his outstanding record of Democratic
Party unify, and his constant advocacy
of liberal causes are all a matter of
record. Throughout the years the people
hare always beUered In Claude Pepper
because Claude Pepper has always
fought to preserve the rights of the
people.
Pd. Political Ad by the Miami Beach Pepper Committee
Harold Turk. Chairman
Burnett Roth, Secretary


FRIDAY. ABBIL .21. MM
111
Jewish Firtk Chords T Give Concert
At Beh Auditorium Sunday Night
fciK*lfcri^if,
The long-standing dream of
Choral Leader Ben Yomen will
be realized when the Miami
Jewish Folk Chorus, composed
of 60 mixed voices, sings the
Johann Sebastian Bach cantata,
Life Will Conquer," at the unit's
annual concert on Sunday, April
23. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami
Beach High School Auditorium.
The cantata is composed of
several of Bach's compositions,
rearranged for chorus and set to
Yiddish text by Yomen.
Widely known as a conductor
of liturgical Hebrew and Jewish
music. Yomen has composed for
theatrical productions in New
Yo:k. woiked for the famous
Jewish dancer, Benjamin Zemach,
and has composed and arranged
number of choral groups
and soloists. His most recent
ical composition is a com-
plete Friday night service for the
Beach Jewish Center,
where he is musical director.
Soloists at the concert will be
Nathaniel Shprinzen, tenor-
Evelyn Samuels, soprano; and Joe
Cohen, baritone. Shprinzen, lead-
ing tenor with the New York City
Opera Company, is flying to
Miami especially for the event
Mrs. Samuels and Cohen have
appeared in this area previously
and have won praise from both
critics and laymen.
Mrs. Margaret Ben Yomen, also
known as Margaret Chasan, will
accompany the entire program.
She received her extensive musi-
cal training at Juilliard School
of Music, studied violin with
Tosca Seidel, composition and
theory with the noted teacher and
authority, Charles A. Wedge, and
with the modern composer, Ber-
nard Wagenaur. At present she is
music specialist at the Miami
Beach YM & YWHA also covering
their extension program at Tem-
ple Beth Sholatfi, and the Beach
Jewish Center.
Miami Chapters Of Children's Home
\i llenver Will Install Leaders
Installation of officers of the
Greater Miami and Lorber Chap-
ters of the National Home for
.1, ,\ish Children at Denevr will
be held Tuesday, May 2, at 12
at the Saxony Hotel.
Mrs. Morris Skop will serve
as installing officer and Miss
N Tinsley, member of the Mi-
ami Opera Guild, will sing, ac-
mied by Mrs. Gertrude
H;.-folwood.
Officers of the Greater Miami
Chapter who will be installed
include Mrs. Irving Miller, presi-
dent; Mrs. Albert Dubler, first
vac president; Mrs. Frank Cole,
second vice president; Mrs. Alfred
Grei .'uvald, third vice president;
Mrs, Lewis Kane, financial sec-
[rel v; Mrs. Frieda Strelitz,
ding secretary; Mrs. Julius
Sapi: stein, corresponding secre-
tarj. Mrs. Benn Bloom, treasurer:
[Miss Sadye Nathan, auditor.
Honorary officers of the group
Balkin Win Review
"Measure Of Freedom"
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will feature a book review of the
latest documentary study of sub-
versive forces in the United States
on Monday, April 24, at 9 p.m.
at the Miami Beach Y.
The book, "A Measure of Free-
dom' by Arnold Forster, will be
reviewed by Gilbert J. Balkin,
Florida regional director of the
Anti-Defamation League, who
will preside as moderator at a
round-table discussion following
the review.
Five B'nai B'rith lodges and
three women's chapters have been
invited to participate in the dis-
cussion. Dr. Lester Gordon is
program chairman.
PAGE NINE:
SUNRAYPARK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITARIUM
FOB REST. CONVALESCENCE
AND CHKONIC CASES
writi roa ao9Kl1
it* *w o~ couirr
__MIAMI FLORIDAj
are the Mesdames Ben Hertz. Sol
Goldstrom. Harry Kaufman. Rose
Steinhauser and Mollie Lifshutz.
Members of the board of di-
rectors an; the Mesdames Sam
Brown, Charles Burns. David
Cohen. Melvin Crane. Herb Elis-
burg, George Feller, John Feller,
Charles Friedopfcr. Ida Goldman,
Joseph Kogos, Sam Kirstein,
Elise Leschel, Sam Luby. Max
Michaelson. Mitchell P. Miller,
Gisela Ncwlander, Herman Pearl.
Abe Pollack, M. B. Ross, Reva
Schwartz. Freda Suberman. lsa-
dcre Tannen, Sam Tunick, Morris
Union, Herman Wronker, Harry
Zeilinger.
Lorber officers who will be in-
ducted at the ceremonies include
Mrs. Stanley Jamison, president.
Mrs. Sol Alexander, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Sanford Swerdlin,
recording secretary: Mrs. Cy
Pearlman, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Myron Cowen, finan-
cial secretary: Mrs. Joseph Bulbin,
treasurer: Mrs. Stanley Levitch,
auditor: Mrs. Bernard Berkow.
Mrs. Albeit Grayson, board
members.
To Aid Building Fund
Mrs. Eva Kaufman will be
hostess at a buffet supper and
card party at her home. 681 N.E.
67th St.. on Saturday. April 22.
at 8 p.m. Proceeds will go to the
Northside Jewish Center Sister-
i hood building fund.
____________________
Lewis Unveiling
i The dedication of a monument
! to the memory of the late Harry
, Lewis, formerly of 3381 S.W. 26th
I ?* yj?' take P'dce Sunday. April
23, at 2 p.m. at Mi. Sinai Cemetery
with Rabbi Murray Grauer of-
ficiating. Mr. Lewis is survived
by his wife and a daughter. Ar-
rangements are in charge of
Falmer s Miami Monument Co
Friends and relatives are asked
to be present.
Silvers Attend
Teachers9 Meet
Among the nearly 2500 teachers
who met at Asheville, N. C, Apri1
9 through 14 for the annual studv
conference of the Association for
Childhood International were Mr
and Mrs. Herbert Silver. 950
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach
delegates of the Dade County
public schools. Teachers from 42
states and several foreign coun-
tries attended the 1950 study-
session. The Silvers returned t'(
report to local schools what is
being done and what can be done
to improve the basic educational
means for children.
Herbert Silver was a delegate
from the South Beach Elementarv
School while his wife, Belle
represented the Nautilus School!
The Silvers are directors and
owners of Camp Osceola for Boys
and Camp Osceola for Girls in
Hendersonville, N. C.
USE THESE COLUMNS FOR
YOU3 LEGAL ADVERTISING
PHONE 2-1141
Kovensky Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
I to the memory of the late Mrs
Eva Kovensky will be held Sun-
j day at 2 o'clock in the Jewish
Section of Woodlawn Cemetery
j with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
1 \?gt Mrs- Kovensky is survived
by four sons, Irvin, David. Martin
I and Benjamin. Thurmond Monu-
ment Company is in charge of
arrangements. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend
AM A GENTLEMAN OF 44
NEVER MARRIED
Vould like to become acquainted
with single girl or widow about
8. No objection to child.
Write Mr. 2..
Box 2973. Miami 18
Clarke To Review Book
Carl Van Doren's "Benjamin
Franklin" will be reviewed by
Edward Clarke on Saturday,
April 22, at 3:30 p.m. at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th
St., Miami Beach.
On Tuesday from 8 to 9 p.m.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will dis-
cuss "The Art of Living." At 9
p.m. the forum wil listen to
"America's Town Meeting of the
Air."
Chernoff Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Helen Chernoff will be held Sun-
day at one o'clock in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating. Mrs. Cher-
noff is survived by a son, Max '
a daughter. Nettie Cohen and a1
grandchild, Shirley Bond. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend, .
Inurmond Monument Company
is in charge of arrangements.
Elect Lucille M.
Radio Workshop To Air
"Occupation: Housewife"
Radio Workshop for Democracy
a communitywidc dramatic week-
ly live radio series on human
relations, presents "Occupation:
Housewife," in its latest program
this Saturday, April 22. at 7 4f.
p.m. over radio station WMIE
Judith Cohen. Ann Nevel. Rose
Homes. Evelyn Lapin, Eleanoi
Freeman and Cy Kramer will
comprise the cast for this pro-
program, which is directed by
Gertrude Marx, with Bernard
ncr of the F1,,l'ida regional
t%*- A" ':Dcfamati(n League
of B nai B nth, serving as tech-
nical adviser.
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Scientific Equipment
Skilled Mechanics
Guaranteed Workmanship
Drive in todaysave wear
and tear on your tires
heels Aligned
Any Make Car
I YurFriendlyChevroletDealer'
1055 w. Flagler St.
Ph. 9-6441
2300 N.W. 7th Ave.
Ph. 2-8408
Lucille Von Arx Runs
For Dade School Board
Announcing her candidacy for
the school board is 28-year old
attorney, Mrs. Lucille Von Arx,
former teacher in New Jersey
and Dade County high schools.
Mrs. Von Arx. whose law practice
centers around juvenile work, at
one time was engaged in social
work for a war plant, during
which time she investigated
juvenile delinquency.
The youthful counselor, whose
platform advocates psychiatric
treatment for maladjusted stu-
dents to pre.vent mental illness,
also stresses compulsory instruc-
tion in driving to reduce auto-
mobile accidents caused by teen-
age drivers, as well as the future
use of television in the schools.
Mrs. Von Arx is the wife of
Joseph Von Arx, faculty member
of the University of Miami, with
whom she is engaged in law
practice. *
VON ARX
TEACHER
ATTORNEY
BUSINESS
WOMAN
SOCIAL
WORKER
SCHOOL BOARD
DISTRICT NO 3
COUNTY WIDE VOTEMAY 2
Dem. Prim.
MM. Pol. Adv.)
Big News for the Jewish Residents of Coral Gables,
the Southwest and Neighboring Areas
Kenholz Kosher Market
207 Almeria Avenue (Corner Ponce de Leon Blvd.)
Now Under the New Management of
SAM MELNICKCARL GROSCH
the Well Known Kosher Butchers
Formerly Operating the Penn Market. Miami Beach
We are here to accommodate the public with the best
quality of kosher meat and the finest service
COME IN AND CONVINCE YOURSELF
Give us a trial and you will surely be satisfied
We are under the supervision of the
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Director
PHONE 48-0346
FREE DELIVERY
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
"WE SPREAD"
Phone 4-0335
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Zionist State of Israel .
... THE FIRST JEWISH STATE IN 2000 YEARS
AN INTIMATE REPORT
By RALPH McGILL
Here's What McGill writes
... A new nation cannot stand
alone as soon as it is born.
... All this makes of Israel
many things. It makes it a
giant test tube in human and
sociological observation.
. Their lives are lonely
ones, without movies or recrea-
tion, yet they are but a few of
the many hundreds who volun-
teered to help build a country.
. America, which never
managed to get the Palestine
problem in perspective, and can-
not get this new Israel, must
keep in mind it is a Jewish
state.
I had seen this Israel nation
trying to be born. It had caught
me up as few things have done."
Recently returned from
Israel, Mr. McGill writes
from on-the-spot inform-
ation and observations
and in 194 he made an
extended tour of Europe
and Palestine. He saw
the new state tryino, to be
born.
He knows the
people and their prob-
lems. McGill knows the
New State of Israel. He
has a genius for inter-
preting world events into
everyday language.
READ THIS ON-THE-SPOT REPORT
NOW APPEARING IN THE
MIAMI DAILY NEWS
A BETTER PAPER BETTER THAN EVER
RALPH McGILL
Famous Editor and World Traveler



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FRIDAY, APRIL 21 pj

Slum Clearance
Groap Will Meet
A general meeting of the group
fighting to force low cost govern-
ment housing and federally
financed slum clearance by the
city con-.r.-.:ssion was announced
for next Saturday by Abe Atobo-
ritt, who reported the drive
"already over the top."
At the Saturday meeting.
-.eduled for 10 a.m. at the down-
I mi YWCA. ail rkers will be
asked to turn in thj
pet."., r- ".hey have ix-vr. ..:.-..-.".-
ing during ecent we
Undei th< initiative petiti r.
section of the city chart
city nunissi n must either
adopt 1
.:' ::.: signa-
tures :I I p ent I the n -
petition
Or. : :asions the city
miss lown a $10.-
000.000 federal I cost
devc. ;. eni which nld
(oil
slum clearance Both times the
asui e was i< fe ate i by the
v tea .: Maj i W..... M
Woliarth and C mmissi :.-.:
Louie 3ar.de; and William W
Charles, while d mnussi n
Robert L Fl yd and Perrine
Palme i Ji 1 Light I its passage
WANTED
Room, Board for Mother
and Care of 6 Year Old
School Girl
Call 58-6051
N.
Mrs. Deutsch Dies At 41 Obituaries
Mr? Adel:ne Deutsch. 41.
passed away suddenly at a local
tal on Wednesday. April 12
A resides! of Miami for the past
ten years, com-
ing here from
New York. Mrs
iitsch lived at
3502 S W. 15th
St She was -
member of the
.. r d o f d i -
i of t h c
Sisterhood I the
:' J c W h
gati :
;
nbe: of
I h t
>. uthw i st Civic
Nati
a:-.a
thei religi us, civic
... nizati ns
Surviv rs include her husband.
... daughter, Myra: a son.
her m thei Mrs Jennie
Halpem; ;r- i sister. Mrs Estellc
Seiferl f New V :.-;
S vices were held at the Mi-
imi Riv< pel with inter-
ment a: Mount Nebo with Rabb:
".'. rr.^ 5k >p officiating
.'..'-
GEORGE G AOLER
.. ..::% Venetlaa Waj
bIMren. sir*
i Si a v r
.... hapel.

LEO KAY
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BENJAMIN BENSON SILBERMINTZ
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H, aughter. Mrs.
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Former
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Wonderful Opportunity
Apply between 9-10 A.M.
1260 S.W. 22nd St. Rm. 1
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apt. May 1-Sept. 1 or longer. 2
PerchesLarge Cedar Closets.
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"A GOOD NAME
is more to be
treasured than rich.ee."
P-:-. f-ri
GORDON'
FUNERAL
-HOME-
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
i ouncil Women
To Seat Leaders
Installation of officers of the
Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women will be
held at a continental brunch at
the Saxony Hotel at 11:30 a.m. on
Wednesday. May 3.
Chairman of the event will be
Mrs Sydney L. Weintraub who
will also serve as mistress of
ceremonies. Installing officer will
be Mrs. Morris Skop.
Mrs Aaron Farr has been re-
elected president. First vice presi-
dent :s Mrs. Alexander Libow:
second vice president. Mrs.
Leonard Beldner and third vice
president. Mrs. Julius A. Oshlag.
Elected board members will also
be installed. Mrs. Lewis Brown.
long time resident, will give the
invocation.
The program will feature
students from the Ring Theatre
f the University of Miami, who
will present variety acts.
Reservations may be made by
Ding Mrs. Jean C. Lehman.
3-6789. Mrs Morton Greenwood.
86-5569 and Mrs. Irving Hirsch.
5-T370
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Get Down to 4
That's the Time j
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For 25 years the r.i~e
GORDON has beer, as-
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Greater Miami Jewish
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done for other grateful
families
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. Jewish section of
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VICTORlAL KURTZ
s;. of :S3 Mtb Bt., paaaed away April
14 at h*r home where she lived win
for daneliter, Mrs Pearl Hyman. A
l for H years, Mrs. Kurtx came
rom Philadelphia. Senrtcej were
held at Gordon F-jneral Home, follow-
;r.e whuh the remains were sent Id
Philadelphia for interment.
MRS MINNIE BECK
Of &570 Nautilus Drive, a i
f,,r five year*, cming fr.im ''.'J--
. r| pawed ...: on April IS. The
were .-.-nt to HcKceai in
.. .- and Interment oy
Riverside Memorial Chapel of Miami
ISIDOR OPPENHEIM
. .' |.......,,r. Prive. passed aa>
Api : A wli ter visitor from Brook-
lyn, the rema ni were s-nt to New
fork for sen ei and interment by
Riverside Memorial '"hapel of Miami
penhelm was survived
:.> hl> wife, Hannah, one son and
che daughter.
HYMAN S.TUART KAPLAN
' <.'' N Bay K'ad. a resident
,f Mian Bea h who came here five
vears ago from New York, passed
kway on April IT. Services were held,
on Wednesday at the Riverside |
Pull Lever 27-A.
For Common Sense Way to:
GARNER S28,000,000 Revenue
ELIMINATE Sales Tax. Bookies
and Syndicated Racketeers
WITHOUT
Legalized Gambling.
By Adopting:
ROSENHOUSE
BOOKIE BUSTER BILL PLAN"
Establish sufficient pari
mutual sub-stations within
75 miles radius (Dade,
Broward and Palm Beach
Cour.t-.es wired directly to
Totalizer at Track the same
cs at BOOTHS" within
track enclosure, which will
record all play on or off
track on "TOTO BOARD"
same as at track. Track
"TOTE BOARD" to be
televised ct each SUB-
STATION so wagerers able
to see change of odds and
crr.ount of play same as at
track.
Substations to be operated
by employees of track I not
private licensees) under
Racing Commission super-
vision under same rules as
booths at track hence
"NO POLITICS."
Only short amendment to
Fla. Statutes Sec. 550.16
r. -.-.: ;.'
M. H. Rosenhouse
Miami. Telephone 3-5418
915 Olympia Building
fThe Bookie Buster Candidate
for Legislature Group 3)
Seasoned Lawyer 25 years
active Miami practice.
Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with
IlabW I>eon Kronish oHWMW. Bjtjr-
i ment followed in Mt Nebo Cemetery.
MRS DINA BERCER
76. of 1001 'olllns Ave.. passed awa>
'r.n Ai.e" : A winter visitor from
U,, Mrs. Berger I. survived by
her bssbsnd, Hyman, three s-.ns and ,
four daughters The remain* were
, f..r services and In-
..,,. b) RIvenMa Memorial
il",:. -a. Chapel. Miami Beach.
JULIUS GARFUNKEL j
II. of MIS S.W Ird Ave. passed
th *wW n-r^
.:.- Is i j his wlf gannla
, ion Herbert, of Miami Beaeh
The remain* > sent to New Wk ,
by Beach Memorial Chanel, Miami
_____
MURRAY SAKS
,.; ..,.,.., away suddenly In a local
. lie is survived bj hi* fe,
... 1 emalni jnt to
I b< Memo il' hapel
i: id,
JENNIE KRIEGLER
c: leffersoi Ave a :
(,,r j,, .... ,- i ,-.^.i .,:.> this
... 18Un ved b> her daual U -
1 mi- Gertm li K i ifman, Mrs. Pauline
5,1 sa I .-'Swilling. The re-
,..,.. (ent to Waterl,ur>
.. and Interment bj Bei ii
II ( '"' Alton Road.
Coulton Bros.
'Where a Friend in .veed
Friend Indeed."
Accidents
WILL HADPEN
CHARLES BERNARD HEINICK
' ii Akron. 'hi,.. ;....-- I
awa> iddenly on Apul 16. He M
urvived bj hi* parents, Mr. and
Mr- M.ix "; Akron. a
. jay. also of Akron; foui
. .-. Mrs Adolph Brown of Miami.
Un Dorothy Green, Akron Mrs.
Esther Leebau, Younestown and Mrs.
Mildred Beck, of Akron. The remain*
.....nt to Ohio for interment D>
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SAMUEL FISHER
f,f tt00 S.W. ".th St.. a resident for
six months, passtd away In a local
,:. He is survived by his wife.
Sadie. The remains were sent to .\ew
York for services and interment by
B. Memorial Chapel, 1*50 Alton
Road.
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*IDAY. APRIL 21, 1950
___fJewisti fkrtrinr?
Irs. Curtice
ianted Had Of
iholem Women
iMrs, Leonore Curtice was
lcctcd president of the B'nai
Lib Women of Sholem Lodge
cut meeting of the group.
I eds Mrs. Harold Rand.
[n officers of the group are
|:; >aincy Aronovitz, first vice
tit; Mrs. Harold Pont,
bond vice president: Mrs. Har-
L- Herman, financial secretary;
jrs. Roslyn Botwin, treasurer;
g, Frank Toback, recording
retary; Mrs. Abe Aronovitz,
rn sponding secretary; Mrs. Gus
(nsberg, historian: Mrs. Max
Irgman, parliamentarian; Mrs.
bni B, .Miller. Hillel repiesenta-
[c: Mrs. Harold Rand, counselor.
embers f the board of di-
fetors are the Mesdarnes Dave
Herman, Mary August, Sidney
Wan. Cele Edelstein, Marx
jber, Dave Lcmelman, Abee
(- n, Irwin Weinstein, Ronnie
lolf.
(Installation will be held at the
Vden Restaurant on Tuesday
(tern.mn. May 9. Mrs. Tina Katz
hairman of the event. Reserva-
|ds njay be made by calling Mrs.
irvey Herman at 9-6078.
Whitman Renamed
Beth Jacob Prexy
David Whitman was unanimous-
ly re-eiectec piesiaent or Con-
gregation Beth Jacob at the
annual election meeting held
recently.
Whitman was nominated by
Marcie Liberman. who reviewed
"the phenomenal development of
PAGE ELEVEN
enter to Present
[ariety show
["Sounds Terrific," second edi-
k of the Miami Jewish
Immunity Center Variety Show,
111 be presented on Sunday,
Iril 30. at 8:15 p.m.
The show, an original musical
iue. runs a full two hours and
Itures local talent. Tickets may
I obtained by calling the center
|3-5489 and proceeds will go to
conh :.
The cast of 75 includes Arnold
Block and Howard Kleinberg
[the leads, as well as Vocalists
Shraniek and Sandy Ofso-
Iz. Pan torn imist Sylvia Milgrim,
Inn Specialist Natalie Bern-
|in and Comedians Ed Suss and
Matlin. The TYS Club, Tri
la Club. BZB. Sigma Rho and
i< -age groups will also
I ed. Albeit Feldan wrote
i and directed the show.
ck Langer Will
come Bar Mitzvah
nd Mrs. Sidney W. Langer.
1 S.W, 22nd Ten-., announce
son, Jack, will become
ah on Saturday, April
Ipl 'n. at the Miami Hebrew
cm and Congregation.
Mitzvah will conduct
is and address the congre-
ibbi Simon April will
ii at Shcnandoah Junior
1, Jack is vice gover-
- home room and a
nix: ol the school band.
\ will follow the service
eption in honor of the
i will be held at the
I brew School on Sunday.
from 2 to 5 p.m. Rcla-
Iriends are invited to
David Whitman
the congregation during Whit-
man's two years in office." An
annex housing classroom,s offices
and a large fully equipped kitchen
were added to the original syna-
gogue building during this period,
Liberman stated. A new lighting
and air conditioning system were
installed and the new synagogue
building was completely re-
furbished.
Although Whitman refused the
nomination, he was drafted by
members who urged that he take
office for a two year period in-
stead of the customary one year.
Under duress Whitman accepted
the post.
"In recognition of his outstand-
ing accomplishments," the mem-
bership officially named the new
auditorium the David Whitman
Hall.
Elected as vice presidents were
Joseph Cohen. Dr. Maurice Klein,
Rabbi Meyer Katz and I. Brenner.
Marcie Liberman was relected
treasurer and Saul Genet and
Leo Meyer were reflected as
recording and financial secre-
taries, respectively.
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ON THE SECOND OF MAY
PULL LEVER 9A
(I'd. Vol. Ailv.)
Smathers Makes
final Effort
In Dade, Broward
Victory in the May 2 election
was predicted Sunday by Rep.
George Smathers in his campaign.
With less than two weeks re-
maining before the May 2 pri-
maries. Smathers, candidate for
U. S. Senator, this week and next
1S *;Pnding several days in Dade
and Broward Counties in a final
effort to garner votes.
"We are fighting for the most
important thing in the world-
people's freedom," Smathers said.
Smathers returned to Miami
Wednesday to address a large
meeting of business" and profes-
sional women at the Urmey Hotel.
His Thursday schedule included a
visit at Pratt General Hospital,
Coral Gables; a state-wide broad-
cast from a rally at Homestead,
and an appearance at a mammoth
barn dance at Perrine.
Friday evening, Smathers will
speak at a barbeque sponsored by
the Hialeah Smathers-for-Senator
committee in Benny Babcock
Park. His schedule for Saturday
calls for an afternoon visit to
Jackson Memorial Hospital, and
an evening appearance at an all-
candidate rally at Shcnandoah
Park.
Sunday will find Smathers at
Ft. Lauderdale, where he will at-
tend the state convention of the
American Legion, of which he is
a member. He returns to Greater
Miami Monday for an evening
barbeque at Sunny South Airport
and a rally at Miami Shores.
Smathers' major appearance next
week will be a mammoth evening
rally in Bayfront Park bandshell
under sponsorship of the Dade
County Smathers for Senator
Committee. Sloan McCrea, Dade
campaign manager, will preside.
The Smathers campaign got a
terrific boost this week from the
Saturday Evening Post in an il-
lustrated article by Ralph McGill,
famed Southern editor, titled
"Smathers versus PepperCan
He Purge Pepper?"
It was pointed out by McCrea
that Smathers will use his final
days of campaigning in Dade
County for stressing hisl-posilive,-
program on such vital issues a: .
national defense, the Atlantic "'
Pact, FEPC, taxation, labor and
the Taft-Hartley Law. socialized
medicine and other matters of
particular interest to the Dade
eh ctorate.
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)Ay, APRIL 21. 1950
fJewist Fkridian
PAGE THIRTEEN
fcj.150 Voters
gtoter Here
Official voter registration of
ISO Dade County has been
I fied to R. A. Gray, secretary
state by Carl Holmer, Jr.,
eivisor of registration.
s is an increase of 51,321
county's voting strength
lie last general election in No-
' beI. 1948, he said. It includes
[79(3 Democrats, 18,961 Repub-
I 692 Peoples Progressives
j 701 independents and others,
f Negro registration jumped
L 7,666 in 1948 to a present
Bl of 17.506 but the increase
iRepublican registration" was
|. 452 ever 1948's 18.509.
folmer recorded 134,639 free-
who will be eligible to
in the $12,500,000
L',1 bond issue proposal. There
,re only 105,166 property own-
Tin 1948.
f he new registration would re-
E-e participation of 67,330 and
| of a majority of these to
over the bond issue.

in all shies
,URPH Y
^Shop
2>> uhcocn ..,_
New Prayer Added
To Orthodox Ritual
A new prayer has been added
to the Orthodox ritual. Its adop-
tion for use on. the Sabbath closest
to the date marking the establish-
ment of Israel has been approved
and advocated by the Rabbinical
Council of America and the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America, representing
Orthodox Jewry.
In a letter to the 400 rabbis
who are members of the council
and the 500 congregations now
affiliated with the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America, these national Jewish
bodies have sent copies of the
new prayer to their constituents.
Thfr new prayer was prepared
by Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog and
Ben Zion Uziel of Israel, and
Orthodox congregations in Amer-
ica have been advised to adopt
it in the ritual.
Orthodox Jewry has also been
called upon to celebrate the
second anniversary of Israel's in-
dependence which, this year, oc-
curs on Saturday, April 22,
corresponding to the Hebrew date
of the 5th of Iyar.
The Orthodox congregations
and their rabbis have been re-
quested by the national bodies to
dedicate their services on that
day to the Israel celebration, and
to introduce and dedicate the
newly-composed prayer in their
services.
The Rabbinical Council of
America also disclosed that it is
in close and constant contact with
the religious authorities in Israel
and that many religious questions
are being resolved on the basis
of inquiries and consultation with
the Israeli religious leaders.
State Department Is Not Neutral In.
Israel-Arab Relations, Zionists Say
NEW YORKThe American Zionist Council, official spokesman
for all American Zionist parties, charges the State Department with
"not maintaining its neutrality as between Israel and the Arab
states," in a statement published in the Council's semi-monthly
bulletin.
Referring to State Department reassurance that it "sees no sign
of any present threat to peace" in the Middle East, the statement
points out that there is "no better evidence of aggressive intent"
on the part of the Arabs than the unanimous vote taken in Cairo
last week by the Arab League against separate treaties between
any of the Arab states and Israel.
The Department's failure to act on Israel's pending arms
request, while allowing large-scale military equipment to be "as-
sembled in Arab lands," forces the Council to the conclusion that
the State Department "has been maneuvered into a position of
antagonism to the interests of Israel and a pro-Arab policy."
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Tropieal Chapter
Chooses Leaders
Mrs. Melvin Benner was elected
president of the Tropical Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women at a recent
meeting of the group at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Others elected to office were
Mrs. Sam Kesslcr, first vice
president; Mrs. Louis Wilson,
second vice president; Mrs. Stan-
ley Saval, recording secretary;
I Mrs. Herman Feldman, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Irving
Laibson, treasurer; Mrs. Eddie
Blackman, financial secretary;
Mrs. Harvey Michaelson. his-
torian: Mrs. Leon Epstein, senti-
nel; Mrs. Irving Cypen. councilor;
Mrs. Louis Grossman and Manuel
Jacobson, trustees.
Board members include the
Mesdames Harry Rubin, Joseph
Feldman, Joseph Weiner, Irwin
Medoff, Sol Barnett. Roy Levy.
Sol Sternberg and Irving Good-
man.
Installation will be held on
Sunday, April 30, at 7 p.m. at
the Raleigh Hotel.
The Mesdames Laibson. L.
Wilson, Michaelson and J. Feld-
man are in charge of the affair.

tyov briTi
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
The appointment of Edwin J.
I.ukas. former executive director
of the Society for Prevention of
Ciime. as director of the Civil
Rights program of the American
Jewish Committee, was an-
nounced recently by Jacob
Blaustein, national president of
the committee.
Mr. Lukas. who will coordinate
the civil rights program of the
American Jewish Committee,
which embraces educational, leg-
islative and litigative activities on
the local, state and national levels,
was in active practice as trial and
appeal counsel in state and
federal courts until 1941. when he
became research associate of the
Society for the Prevention of
Crime.
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350 Lincoln Road
Suit* 502 Phone 5-5419
?pen late Till 10 p. m.
B'nai B'rith Women's
Council Will Meet
The Metropolitan Council o*
B'nai B'rith Women will meet on
Thursday, April 20, at 8 p.m. at
the Miami Colonial Hotel.
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, chair-
man of the nominating committee.
will present the slate of candi-
dates and election of officers will
take place.
S. J. Freedman
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417 Washington Ave.
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Lip+on To Sponsor f95U NASH SEDAN
Citizens' Awards
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grounds on July 16. All B'nai B'rith lodges in the area will
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+-Jeist Fhrkfktr
PAGE FIFTEEN
,|WV Post Names
Osi| Leader
Albert Ossip was elected com-
mander of the Miami Beach Post
0f the Jewish War Veterans last
week.
Others named to office were
Leonard Tobin, senior vice com-
mander; Dr. Theodore Arvan,
junior vice commander; Hylan
kout, judge advocate; Burnett
Roth, historian; Ed Boylan,
chaplain; Rabbi Moshay P. Mann,
associate chaplain; Herman Soko-
low, oflicer-of-the-day; Sam
Barracas, sergeant-at-arms; Dr.
Mortimer Abrashkin, post sur-
geon; Maurice Klein, three-year
trustee; Saul T. Von Zamft, one-
year trustee.
Members of the executive com-
mittee include Harriet Gottesman,
Frank Gordon, Norman Kout,
Edythe Jiser, James McConnell,
Dr Martin Robinson, Arthur
Selevan and Capt. Gerald P.
Soltz. ___________________
Has Firm Erects
&>w Building
General headquarters of the
Peoples Water and Gas Co. will
be moved from Miami Beach.
where they have been maintained
since 1929. to North Miami by No-
vember when a new building is
completed.
The company, which serves
cities from Fort Lauderdale to Mi-
ami Beach, is making the move
to have a more central location
fur its system and for the con-
venience* of its employes, most of
whom live in the northwest sec-
tion of Miami, H. P. Thomas, vice
president, said.
Commercial offices will remain
in Miami Beach.
Ground already has been broken
and the building will be com-
pleted before Oct. 31, when the
gas company's 10-year lease ex-
pires on its present headquarters,
1526 Alton Road.
It will be a two-story building
with 16,500 square feet, on 125th
St., west of N.E. Sixth Ave. It will
be of modern conventional design,
with a marble and keystone front.
A showroom and warehouse will
be on the first floor and executive
offices on the second floor.
Officers of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, were installed at
ceremonies at the Delano Hotel. In the photo (seated. 1. to r.) Dr.
Matthew Drosdoff, president of the Florida Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodges; Jerome Weinkle. first vice president; Sidney
Aronovits, president; David Stuzin, second vice president; John
Kronenfeld. outgoing president; (rear, 1. to r.) Irving Saal, trustee;
Herbert Blume, warden; Sapford Swerdlin. secretary; Milton A.
Friedman, trustee; Marvin Rauzin, trustee; Judge William L. Pallot,
past president of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council; Bernard
Newmark, financial secretary; Edward Newman, assistant monitor;
Frank Jaffe, guardian. Not shown are Edward Roth, treasurer,
and Alex Cohen and Sam Silver, trustees. Associated
Samuels To Be
Commentator
Julius Samuels, director of
activities of the Miami Jewish
Community Center, will be guest
commentator at the weekly
parent education series of the
center on Wednesday, April 26,
at 8:15 p.m.
Topic will be "Parents Through
the Eyes of the Teen-Agers."
Samuels will develop the subject
through the use of a recording
obtained through the Mental
Health Society of Southeastern
Florida.
Home Auxiliary
Slates Election
Election of officers will be held
at the meeting of the Miami
Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged on Tuesday.
April 25, at 12:30 p.m. at Douglas
Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd
St., according to Mrs. Benjamin
Appel, president.
Miss Clara Goldenberg, chair-
man of the nominating committee,
will take charge of the election.
Following the meeting, mem-
bers of the board will be hostesses
at a reception for members and
guests. Mrs. Harry Danziger, Mrs
Max Greenberg and Mrs. Helen
Sparber are in charge of arrange-
ments.
The program, which is being
planned by Mrs. Louis Makovsky,
Grossberg Elected
To Phi Beta Kappa
Sidney E. Grossberg, recently
accepted at the Emory University
School of Medicine, has returned
from Emory, where he had just
been elected to
Phi Beta Kappa,
national scholas-
tic honorary
soc iety.
Active in
extra-curricula r
work, he was
president of the
Emory Inde-
pendent S t u -
dents' Associa-
tion and vice
president of the
Hillel Founda-
tion which he "
represented on the council of the
will feature Murray Phillips, who I Emory Christian Association. He
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weekly as the Wanderer on sta-
tion WTVJ.______________
Dr. Gerson Takes
Over Nassau Hotel
Dr. George J. Gerson of Coral
Gables, revealed that he assumed
control of the Fort Montagu
Beach hotel this week.
Dr. Gerson, for more than 12
years the optometrist in Burdine's
Department store, said the deal
was made by the firm of Gordon,
Ltd., of which he is sole owner.
Dr. Gerson's wife, Ethel, is
with him in Nassau. His mother,
Mrs. Louis Gerson, lives at 2192
Alton Rd Miami Beach.________
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has also been active in the
Emory Players the Debtate
Forum, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon
honor society and the Freshman
Orientation Committee.
Past president of the local
Aleph Zadik Aleph and past re-
gional secretary to that organiza-
tion, he is staying with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Gross-
berg, 212 S.W. 20th Road.
Removal Of Segregation
In Education Asked
ATLANTA, (JTA) Removal
of all segregation laws in educa-
tion was demanded here this week
in a resolution adopted un-
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presenting 116 colleges and uni-
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resolution was approved at a
conference which is considered
to be the first of its kind ever
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the People of Florida In the U.
S. Senate faithful!.- and fairly.
RIGHT. On Social Security.
He's In favor of a realistic pro-
p-am of old age pensions for our
senior citizens. He voted to ex-
tend and expand the Social
Security for the aged, blind,
needv. and dependent children.
RIGHT. On Farm Parity. He's
in favor of a farm program that
will assist :he small th: farmer.
He voted for the 90 per cent
farm parity program.
RIGHT On Wage and Hour.
He believes In labor unlor and
collective bargaining ?-nd a high
mlnirr.rm wage which provide*
purchasing poue-. He voted for
the 75 ccr.: minimum wage.
RIGHT. He 1il continue his
light for A- ". a-.' the
democratic principles of Govern-
ment on which our Nation was
founded.
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Bv ADA OREN
TEL AVIVA few weeks ago
the first class of young men and
women in Israel was drafted into
the armed services under the new-
peace time service regulations.
The regulations provide for two
years for all young people except
married women and those girls
[ who register as conscientious ob-
jectors for religious reasons. Since
' many girls have been using this
escape clause, the government
will soon offer alternative occu-
I pations of public value to all
! conscientious objectors. Mean-
while. Hapoel Hamizrachi obliges
its girl members to volunteer for
two years' agricultural work in
development areas under the aus-
pices of religious settlers' units.
The clause was meant to be used
chiefly by non-Jewish women
citizens, but as a matter of prac-
tice members of minority groups
^gre not being recruited at all.
This is the only possible formu-
lation in view of the uncertain
official nationality of most of the
population, which.generally acts
as full citizens with the right to
vote in all elections irrespective
of their passports. Under these
circumstances the public has little
understanding for those of its
members who recall their foreign
citizenship only when faced with
the draft and even enlist the
assistance of the diplomatic re-
presentatives of their erstwhile
countries to keep them out of the
army.
In the original national service
bill all recruits were to have been
sent to outlying villages for nine
months of agricultural training
after a few months of basic train-
ing except those who are ac-
cepted for the navy or the air
force. But the law had to be
amended to permit the exemption
from farm training of all person-
nel whom the authorities con-
j sider necessary for army duty,
, as there now exists an acute lack
of trained men and women in
many fields.
The kibbutzim failed to get
through the Knesset an amend-
ment empowering the closely knit
communities to decide for them-
selves which of their members
could be spared for military serv-
ice at any one time within the
limits of a quota, as was the cus-
tom in the days of the Jewish
Brigade and Palmach service. The
quota system for kibbutzim is
still in force only for exemptions
and deferment of service because
of employment on vital work.
Normally no more than 12 per-
cent of any kibbutzim population
of military and reserve age will
be required to serve at any one
time.
Beside the regular draft of the
1932 class the army is also in-
ducting all those able bodied men
under thirty and unmarried wom-
en under 26 who did not serve
during the war because they were
:. vital occupations or
were newly arrived immigrants.
The term of service of such per-
sonnel is shorter. Service in
Hcganah and other units prior to
the official establishment of the
Israel Army :s recognized as of
January 19-io. Unfoilunately, it
n rt been found possible to
consider as having served their
term, men and women who may
have spent several years in the
Jewish Brigade or in the various
: illegal local formations. They
cannot be saved the hardship of
another spell of service because
their experience is indispensable.
Recruiting on a voluntary basis
for the professional army con-
tinues. Women are not much in
demand, except those skilled ones
who stay on after completion of
i their compulsory term. For all
skilled personnel the age limit is
I forty. The new frontier force,
. which is wholly professional, has
so far remained small and is in
' fact rather a mobile patrol of
police. As such it includes nu-
, merous Druze riders.
The general reorganization and
renewed recruiting were intro-
duced with a series of informal
talks of highranking officers and
: even members of the general staff
I before public rallies in all towns
I and rural centers. One of the
[ basic concepts constantly being
I dinned into the ears of recruits
| and the public at large is that
, Israel's forces have no hinterland
to fall back upon, and that they
must therefore in case of attack
carry the light into enemy terri-
,' tory.
At the same time, a recruiting
campaign for the reserves of all
[ able bodied men not on active
j service up to the age of 50 and all
women without children up to
34 has swung into action. Ac-
cording to law they are liable to
serve up to one month per year
and one day per month in addi-
tion. All veterans have already
been assigned to prepare things
for the reception of those who
never saw the inside of an army
installation, whose registration is
to start soon. Reservists are or-
ganized mainly by neighborhoods
to facilitate speedy drafting.
Pearl Gold
Commissioned
Pearl Gold, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Gold of 431
N.W. 32nd Court, was commis-
sioned second lieutenant in the
organized reserve, Women's Army
Corps, at graduation exercises for
the third officer candidate class,
Camp Lee, Va.
Lt. Gold, who served in the
U. S. Marine Corps Women's Re-
serve for two years during the
war. is a graduate of Miami High
School and received her B. A.
from the University of Miami.
Formerly on the staff of The
Jewish Floridian, she joined the
army in Miami in August, 1949.
and was selected for officer can-
didate school upon completion of
basic training.
Wanted
Information is being sought of
the whei eabouts of Harold Cohen.
on behalf of his wife, Estelle.
whom he has failed to contact
since August, 1949. This man was
born in New York City on Juno
6. 1900. He is 5'11" tall, weighs
190 lbs., has gray hair, bluish
gray eyes, worked as a salesman.
Anyone aware of his present
location is requested to commun-
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Bureau. 105 Nassau St., New
York 7, New York.
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*Jenisti Fhridlian
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Ourl ilin Folk
By LEON GUTTERMAN
Hollywood Toprankmg
Pin picture producer David
gelznick has purchased screen
Lu to author John Hersey's
k. "The Wall," a novel
bed
executions. The technique will be
that of "inner exposition"the
record of these events as they
were perceived by the victims of
I on the martyrdom of Polish the trap or as they were conveyed
|r.-
v during the Nazi occupa-
'-;, lznick tells me the price
the novelist is $100,000
. m :centage of the picture's
0IW .,nd the property reverts
gersey after 25 years.
he most unusual angle, how-
.r is that Selznick under terms
the contract gives Hersey the
h't to pass on the choice of
benwriter, cast and director.
a unique concession,
ticularly from Selznick, who
always been extremely
ous of his own right of final
rov;.l of any picture in which
involved.
,:.-t v. however, stuck to his
on the approval angle,
i'ming that more important to
tha i the money involved was
nee that the film about
s in the Warsaw ghetto during
war be shotat least the
kgroundsin the actual War-
locale. No request for per-
sion has been yet made.
ierwise, Selznick plans to shoot
Israel or Italy or both. He
start production in the
Although "The Wall" is an
hievement in scholarship, a
jy :n human understanding
I a magnificent panorama of
ils who, condemned to hunger,
ease, torture, and obliteration,
her broke down completely or
trered even more vividlybe-
lise of the grimness of the
bjpet matterthere was only
bradic interest by film com-
ues in the property, despite
book's phenomenal sale since
publication by Alfred Knopf
few weeks ago.
lznick says he will make "The
kll" as panoramic in scope and
Dduction as his "Gone With the
nd." The form of the motion
will follow that of the
^k, and will be produced as a
ry. broken and episodic on the
rface, which will combine
Modrama and intrigue, scenes
jdumestic life or social organ-
Ition, studies in character de-
popment, with the group scenes
hunger, typhus, mob terror,
Elks Install
Judge Spaet
Judge Harold B. Spaet was in-
stalled as the 16th exalted ruler
of Elks Lodge 1601 following a
banquet at Dave Singer's Rest-
aurant last week.
Installed with Judge Spaet
during ceremonies at lodge head-
through individual stories.
Hersey, who is convinced that
human vajues, human feelings,
and human experiences are the
basic building blocks of writing
no matter how sweeping or seem-
ingly abstract the event written
about may bedevoted much of
his time to the writing of "The
Wall." In fact, he started working
on it early in 1945, when, as a
correspondent in Russia, he was
taken on a tour that included
Poland. What he saw in the
concentration camps, then being
liberated, and in what had once
been the ghettos, convinced him
that Americans must be told
exactly what had happened.
A year was devoted to further
research here in the United States
talking to survivors, examining
material sent to this country,
going through translations of
thousands of letters and news-
papers. After many months of
actual writing, the result was an
urgent and remarkable book on a
grand scale, and one which seizes
upon our minds and hearts.

The "Quiz Kids," who started
as a summer radio series 10 years
ago and grew into a top ranking
radio and television feature, will
pass another milestone this week..
It will be the mental moppets' I Edward C. Fogg, III. leading
Judge Harold B. Spaet
quarters, 720 West Ave., were
500th broadcast.
Five To Attend
Atlanta Meet
Five Miamians are slated to at-
tend the board meeting of the
Southern region of Junior Hadas-
sah at the Peachtree Manor Hotel
in Atlanta on Saturday and Sun-
day. April 22 and 23.
They are Elaine Sachs, regional
first vice president; Miriam
Scheinberg, president of the
Miami unit; Beverly Raphael,
president of the Miami Beach
unit; Selma Lewis regional Amer-
ican affairs chairman; Mrs.
, Gerald P. Soltz, regional fund
Kanized manhunts, the mass raising chairman.
knight; David M. Trau, loyal
knight; Marvin Kimmel, lecturing
knight; Alan G. Stratton. secre-
tary; and Albert Finkelstein.
treasurer.
Lou Welch, James P. Wendler.
Isaac S. Gold, Val C. Cleary, Sol
Meringoff were inducted as mem-
ber of the board of trustees for
five years.
Named by Judge Spaet follow-
ing installation were Lawrence
Hoffman, squire; Louis Bertman,
inner guard; Robert Henshaw,
chaplain; William Brody, justice
of the subordinate forum and Saul
Nash, organist.
Andrew Healey of Coral Gables,
district deputy, officiated at the
rites, assisted by other Elk
officers from all part of the state.
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Li^i^nnrkH&n
Young Peoples
Group To Install
The Miami Beach Jewish
Center Young Peoples Lea?ue
will hold its first annual installa-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NuTlc-K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underfill-
tiness under the I
- iN DISTRIBUTi >RS si I N
Street M F
tion dance on Saturday evening. ... n e Uth O urt, M
to register sal
.
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
HARi F O >YLE
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILLER___
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
\: u:: iN FREHLINO
MICHAEL BLANK
JBR< 'ME BLANK .
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
. \ : a : : nta
t :i-:s a 5-12
D-. L. Fred G
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Ike undersigned. .-- ring I
-s under thi '- :'
KNOX DISTRIBUTOl t fc. w.
; gtre< l HIM Florida and at
S E 13th Mian Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SAMl'EL BLANK
HAROLD F iYI.E
ELIZABETH IU-ANK.
THERESA MILLER
Ri -: BLANK KRAMER
MARK IN FREHLINO
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorney* for Applicants
i 21-25 S "--12 ______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE- IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
.. -..-.: I
ia name ol
K-A DISTRIBUTORS, at WO N. W.
Uth Sti et, Miami, Fl Ida, ..
1221 N. E. Uth Coui t, Miami, F rida,
registi said Ith the
il | : Dad*
. PI irlda.
SAMl'EL BLANK
HAROLD F. O 'VI.!:
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILLER
Ri >SE BLANK KRAMER
MARK IN FREHLING
MICHAEL BLANK
BRi ME BLANK
A: KAPLAN
ants
April 22, at the Sorrento H tel.
7 be installed as first presi-
rj n1 is Dr. L. Fred G '..iberg.
Other fficers I the gi ui
Bob S I I. vice president:
Alice Ge rsti I rn sp >nd:ng sec-
5 Schermer record- mvers heiman *
.:._ | .. Marvin Franicel. 2,.2S -
treas irer: J an Brick and Ted
N. -. epres nt I s-at-large.
Installing officei will be Rabbi
an. Following the
in ing and refresh-
ments will be on the agenda.
.. be ebtained at the
center school office. 58-2503. or at
the office of Dr. Goldberg. 5-1080.
QUIZ BOX
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I i ngage In
nines* nder 1 fletlt is n
- iparl t 1211 Noi
Drlv< Miai I nti i I to n Ulster
said name with the Clerk of the
::t Court of D ty, Florida.
ALFRED LEWIS
l'.Ai: LEWIS
STANLEY RICHARD
Attorney for Applicants
120 Lincoln Road
i 21-28 5 5-12
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Q.: Is the observance of Israel
Independence Day reckoned ac-
cording to the Hebrew or
secular calendar? (T.M.. Chicago.)
A.: Last year Chief Rabbi Isaac
Herzog of Israel announced that
celebration of the independence
of the new Jewish state would be
marked on the 5th day of the
Hebrew month Iyar. This date
occurs this year on Saturday.
April 22. the celebration will start
Saturday evening at sundown.

Q.: Does this date have any
religious significance?
A : Yes. Last year the Chief
Rabbinate ol Israel attached the
first i igious signific ana to that
j ol
images gen-
tween Pass-
. Sr.avuot
.. ay. Thv
fell t. 1
I
to Lag B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE- I.- Mr.llfc.Ki GIVEN that
th- undersigned, desiring t< encage in
thai I' siness under the fictitious name of
PHYSICIANS PHARMACY, at 1431
North Bayshore Drive, Miami Florida,
mtenas to register said name with
the Clerk of th.- Circuit "urt of Dade
County, Florida.
EDWARD WEISS
4 11-2S S 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring l engage in
business under thi fictii is i el
[>OCTORS HALL PHARMACY at 3
s E -sth Street. Ml I la, in-
eglstei B .th the
Clerk it the I 111 cult Dade
in ty I
CHARLES M BROWN
WILL1 IM BAR
KATZ A FULLER
A- :
.;_:-.- 5
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. | _.:.,,i. desiring to i ng
... for the Blind at >;> pi
mty of Do* ''":!"* ,';
! name w.th th.- U-iK or
. CoUr, ... ,,.,.!.. ounty.
SVl.VIA SAf.ZMAN
I 14-21-29 5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the und.
. ,,.. of
T\MI.\.MI HOTEL at Wi Bl
Flacler Street, Miami, Intend 1
, ,;.. with the Clerk of the
Circuit Coug fmdCouty. 1
HERMAN SCHULMAN
Part:
HARRY P1ETZ
Attorney f"i applicant
1 31 4 f-14-21
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY. EI/iRIDA.No. 22710.
RE: ESTATE OF
MARY JAFFE, formerly
MARY .1AFFK OREEN, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed rny final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of Mary Jaffe. formerly Mary
Jaffe Oreen, deceased! and that on
the ."'th day of May, IMO, will apply
to the Honorable W. F. Blnnton,
County Judge of Dade County, Florida,
f'.r approval of said final report and
for final discharge ns Executrix of
the Estate Of -Mary Jaffe, formerly
Mary Jaffe Oreen, deceased.
This Srd day of April, 19S0.
JOAN ANN SILVER.
Bxeoutrix of the Est. of Mary
Jaffe, formerly Mary Jaffe
Qreen, deceased.
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Executrix
Congress Bide.
4/7-14-21-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring,to engage in
business under the fictitious nanj" "
PARK BAR AND CRILI. at ISTl West
Flaxlt-r Street, intends to register saia
name with the Clerk of the circuit
i-ourt of Dade County, Horicla.
WILLIAM J. BOISH
Bole Owner
MYF.RS. HEIMAN AND KAPLAN
Attorneys for William J. Bolsh
4 7-14-21-28 a '.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
..... Un li th< fictitious name of
SUPERIOR WINDOW CO. at Dade
County, Florida, Intend toreglatei said
Maine with the Clerk of the i
'ounty, Fi'.i Ida,
A I. BRENNER
HARVEY BRENNER
EDWARD CDELSON
Pa rtni ri
MARX FABER
for appll ants
; :-:i-. -.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No.
ISIS 9,
BARBARA CLEMENT, Plaintiff, vs.
EUGENE CLEMENT, Defendant.
YOU, EUGENE CLEMENT, c o Hyde
Park Arms H tel J165 South Harper
Street C ago, Illinois
ai hi reby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce hat been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy "f your Answei or Plead-
ing t" the Bill "f c.mplaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. MAX R SILVER.
922 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the ,.f:i. of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 1'ith
day of May. ISC." If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against yon for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DON'K AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11 day of April. A.D.
1S50.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
MAX R SILVER
922 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
Attornev for Plaintiff
4/14-21-2S o/a
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
LEGAL NOTICE
SOTiCE NDER F CTITlOLS
NAVE LAW
;
of
T >WN VINTNERS I S W.
".'-''
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...
( Dade
F
SAMUEL BLANK
fLE
ZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILL
Ri T-r. BLANK KRAMER
'' \ FRE1 S'G
MICHAEL BLANK
>ME BLANK
MYERS HEIMAN a. KAPLAN
f-,r Appll ints
; 21-21 '.-12

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS
NAME LAW
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NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS
NAME LAW

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RMAN
RASHINS
I 14-21-2!
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
Fl.i'Kll'A. IN CHANCERY, No.
Uissi
ELAINE GOODFRIEND, Plaintiff, vs.
SEYMOUR M GOODFRIEND, De-
' nd ni
TO SEY'MOUR M GOODFRIEND
PALISADE VVENUE
WEST NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY
ALL HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED too servi a copy of
tiff's l: of
' I i ipy .,f
I '...-..' Ith, t>, the
tiffs file the
if th<
the Clrculi Couri li County,
F.orl the 9 daj of
therwir
.
ED AT MIAMI. FLORIDA, This
A
K B LEATHERMAN,
lit Coui I
Circuit Seal)
WM. W. STi "KING,
Deputy Clerk
LAN, DIETZ & l.ASKY
EPH W. MALEK
. n iln Road
Solicitors I Plaintiff
4 :(-::-.- -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JIIXiE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No.
23893.
In"Re ESTATE OF
THOMAS D. ABBOTT,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
olal- of THOMAS D. ABBOTT, rtc-
l. late Of Miami. Dade County,
to the Hon. W. F P.lanton.
County Judge Of Dade County, and
file the same In his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
I, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
ted as aforesaid, or same will
be barred Bee Bection 120 of the
Probate Act.
Date April 4, A D. 1980.
JACK A AIUIOTT
and BERNARD L, ABBoTT
As Exei utors of the Last Will
and T.stament of Thomas D.
Abbott I lei ,-ased.
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attornev for Executors
4 -,-n-i\-2s
LEGAL
"OTlCEj
IN
588^- *$&j
Defendant M' 'l"l
York
Usj
Defendant.
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Bronx. \. u
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a Bii
agai
cause
to serve
the Bill oi ,taif0WM
tiffs attorned r"r ,"" ti!l
in the
Court on or
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1950." '" "' 9HI
DATED ; v ,,.
day of Mai ki)
the Eleventh^
:
(Circuit Couri Seal)
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Miami. rTorSL ld"*
3/31 4/7-14-11
N0TICE NuANMiRL;>
SRft
NOTICf;
business
Coron
Mlam
d|
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRC1IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY*.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY", No
131684.
VIVIAN POLLOCK WILLIAMS.
Plaintiff. VS. OLIVER WENDELL
WILLIAMS'. Defendant.
T": OLIVER WENDELL WILLIAMS.
S27 Edgewood Avenue.
Trenton. New Jersey.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint In the above cause
tor Divorce, on the plaintiff's at-
torneys, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
on or before May *>lh. 1950. otherwise
said Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed bv you.
Dated this 4th day of April. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida,
iCircuit Court Seal)
Bv WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
550 Seybold Building,
Miami S2. Florida.
4/7-14-21-28
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian wo-
Beits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage 42nd guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
lor messenger
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N1 '"" IS HERE IN that
. .
.. flctil
t .:: 1 Lai
N '' Fla.. in-
1th the
f Dade
Florida.
. CIS B. RICHMAN
I4-21-2-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dee. K,gf jn
business under the fictitious name of
LAIBSON MENU BERV1CE at 343
S W North River Drive. Miami. Fla .
ir.tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MARTIN LAIBSON Owner
tiff S.W 27ih Lane,
Miami Fla
4 7-14-21-2S
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
"r FLORIDA IN AND F- IR DADE
STY IN CHANCERY, No
KATHERINE WYNER, Plaintiff, vs.
BERNARD WYNER, Defendant.
i' BERNARD WYNER
n< Unknown
BERNARD WYNER
c o Dorothy Rubin
Ashevllie, North Carolina
V,u. BERNARD WYNER. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
ror Divorce has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copv
Answer or Pleadlnr to the
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOP. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
131535.
MARY COMBLO Plaintiff, vs.
FRANK COMBLO, Defendant.
T' I: FRANK COMBLO,
112 Wi shington Btreet,
Mamaroneck, New York.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Bill
1 mplalnt for divorce has been filed
you '" the above
Ired to serve > 001
Answer on the plaintiff's at-
and file the original In the
1 f the I !lei k Of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2Sth day of
April, I9S0; otherwise the allegations
nf -.,i I BUI ,.i" Complaint will be taken
-. 1 by you,
DATED this Mth day of March,
E P. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk nf the Circuit Court.
.it Court Seal)
By \v\i. w.
... l' retary
3/31 4 :-'.!.......
NOTICE UNDER F|Cm
NAME LAW
r leslrlnc to I
Avei pi ./,.
with 'th"
Coun of *
EVELYN B IZL
LIUP.K AXU-.o'd
LIEBMAN^K"
v' licuti
o 01 4 -li-";!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOtsl
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEKV .;ivn|
thi
'''''_
A I. A II SALES FlloJlVina
C.:."i S.W i;th Street. Miami,I
intends to reglMrr Mid name_
Clerk of th- Circuit Court !
County, Florida.
ALFRED APLER
MARTIN FIXKELSTE/.V
Attorney for Alfred .4dl*r
4/14-21-2.' i i
NOTICE B1* ?UBUCI>t\0H
in Tin: circuit conn ori
ELEVENTH Jl'WCUL CU
OF FI.i 'RII'A, IX ASD IMP. I
C< "t'NTY. -IXCHASCBfl
13I71S.
ALOIS SEIER, Plaintiff, n.
ROS1NA SEIER. Maial
YOU, ROSINA SE1ER.
Perl. Box S4J, Route 1
Callforn.,. are hereby notllMI^
Bill of Complaint for Di
been filed against yon,
required to serve 1 MW
Answer or Pleadlne to tie I
Complaint on the plaintiff!AH
MAX P.. SILVER ta S ink.-. Ml un Florida, and
original Anwer or PleaW
9erk ? SJ
Court on or before the in I
May J *" '".tfj
'okDEBSDJI
day
JACK A. ABBOTT,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
927 Lin oln Road,
1 Beach, Fla.
8 Sl 4 7-14-21
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undemlgned, desmne to engage In
t'-Vjn.tXJ"!?'"r ,h*" fi"''''' name of
PARKER PLUMBING CO., not ln-
at 1M11 West Ave Miami Beach.
- said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count:.. Florida
LEO H< iHAUSER
WILLIAM H BARONDESS
Partners
14 7-14-21-28
Bill of Coinplaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney. rhe,Klore J. Sak-witz. Baa.,
ta #*,yb. and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the l.*,th
Judement by default will he taken
hf Vh.'Wu U /o ,hr ,rellr demanded
In the Bill rrf Complaint.
" AND ORDERED at Miami
this 7 day of April. AD.
Florida.
1950.
E. R LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade
Couniy. Florida
'Circuit Court Seal,
By WM W BTOCKUta,
IjHEODORB J SAKOVVPTz'y C'erk-
.ttt SeyboU Building
Miami, Florida
I ^,','."7"'! '"' Plaintiff
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FNIRIDA. IN I-ROBATE, No.
.
In Re: ESTATE OF
ROBERT ORAUSO.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha-
ine Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, mav have against the
estate of ROBERT ORAUSO, deceased.
late of PASSAIC County, NF'W
JERSEY, to the Hon. W. F.
P.LANTON. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same In his
office In the Countv Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1S33 Probate Act.
Date March 27. A.D. 1H0.
JOSEPH W. MALEK.
As Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate of ROBERT ORAUSO, De-
ceased.
KAPLAN, DIETZ LA SKY and
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Attorneys.
3"i Line,.In Road,
Miami Beach. *U.
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Attorney f- -Luk n"
Joseph W-inherg
4. I4-21-2S
NOTICE TO Cmm
he coivn ^,
FOR r
- IS
I'ROBAl
IN TH!
IN AND
FLORIDA.
Deceased. ,|
Estate: yW,
Yon, and each oi>
notified and required rf
claims and demands ,,
in Dade Counts |M
calendar months *,,!*
,.n t hfl
and to^,
wnimbeT1nr'r'ed.SAe'''^
1933 Prntote Art- .Mjl|
" Ma^oRY ;h^I
A, Executors '^|0,
MVKRrfe*sa
demands tp enpSJ,
of the claimant
,-llle'l
S'bol-,r'eie=uwS
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Attorney;
14-21-28 5
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APRIL 21, 1950
*JeHMincridttann
PAGE NINETEEN
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
, israei (Reform), 137
i St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Dmeritus.
evening services at 8:15.
,i- Klusa will recite the
ver the candles. 1"'. Kaplan
Liiict the Bervlcea and speak
,i judgments." Saturday
. al II a.in. I 'r. Kaplan
i im "Lawfi of Health and
'onflrmatlon claaa will
(h Community Center
Wative), 2020 Polk St.,
food. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
|.-n,i i\ services al t\:M. Late
ervlre-i ai 8:15. Hnlihl Honig
1,^ oi "Am iTlsroel Chal,
tti, second anniversary of
dependence Hay. Saturday
- at 9:30. Rabbi will
krl Hi" Weekly Portion of the
llglous school Sunday at Id
hie Emanu-El (Reform),
[Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
|pr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Km--'ii will conduct the
speak on "The Heart of
fhi' public is invited. Hebrew
It the temple Saturday at 9
{tcii'iii- BChool Sunday at B:45.
Betn Snoiom (Liberal),
base Ave., Miami Beach.
Leon Kronish; Cantor
I Kelemer.
evening services at 8:15.
llglous services arranged by
[ronlsh honoring Israel Inde-
I Day. Hadassah Choral group,
h Masada, Junior Hadas-
lenior Young Judeana win
|tc under direction of cantor
Hokilsta will be Sarah
Miriam Cohen, Barbara
in and Joseph Pardo. Read-
Cohen, Sandy Freed man,
Levenson, Jacqueline Roth
Rubinstein, H. Pried at
ii. Sabbath services at 10:45
Hebrew School and Con
n (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
Ivc. Rabbi Simon April.
Berele Kelemer.
\. ning services at 6:80.
ornlllg at 9. Jack, son of
ilnej w. Langer, will
i: ii Mltsvnh, Mlshna class
b l>> Mlncha and Bhalos
B i ervlce 7:30 a.m. a nd
1.....1 al 10 a.m.
fn m 3:30 to 6:30.
legation Beth David (Con-
Ire), Coral Way and 26th
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Mamches.
I .-' irday morning at :>.
IVtth ol Martin, son of Mr.
Nathan Levlne. Student
ill bold its Bervlcea
1/r*. iMiiy servlcea al B p.m.
lh i ad Maariv a.1 6 p.m.
Religious Congregation,
W. 2nd St.
Saturday morning at 9:00
legation Kneseth Israel
onal), 1415 Euclid Ave.,
| Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
iy :3fl: Maariv 8:45
inlay morning servlcea 8:80.
*! Will speak on "The
Modern civilization "
llnbbl ESver will lecture
Kthlca of the Fathers."
wed by Sholos Seduos,
ks by guests, Maariv
Hebrew school Monday
al 8:80, Dally class
iirter morning services.
1 i h customs and laws
d Maariv sen-Ices.
al ; in and ''.:::'' p m.
e Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Miami Beach. Rabbi
IP. Mann.
services at 8:16,
Moehay P Mann
cam ir. Sermon
endenl
, Judaism
leetlng
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bles Jewish Center
bbi Morris A. Skop:
>h W. Malelt; Steve
inist. Palermo Ave.
ne.
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; i speak-
Stein, British
irned from I
Iji ;:,.. nbers
- Zionist LHsti cl
and Junior Hadassah of Miami. Oneg
Miabbat and community sinking of
Israel aongs. Saturday servlcea a
: a.m. with Torah stud] of weekly
biblical portion. Sunday school, Men's
i ub Millionaire for a Night" Sunday
al 8:30 p.m.
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Service Friday night at 6: Saturday
night at ii Mlncha servlcea followed
by Shalos Seudos. Servlcea Monday
to rhursday 8 a.m. and 6:80 p.m. Ail
>onnK Israel members in the area are
invited ti. attend.
T'Fereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at G:ir, p m
Saturday 9:30 a.m. with Mlncha al
>. Rev. It. I!i ill will conduct th.
services. All residents in that area
are invited to attend.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Graucr.
Friday evening services at n::io p.m.
Saturday morning services at 8:30.
Ilabbi Cirauer will preach on the
Portion of the Week" and "Ethics
of the Father" at 5:16. Mlncha
at I! followed by Shalos Shudos. Daily
services 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Religious
school daily at 3:30. Sunday school
at 10.
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
Dally Itlble class 5:15 p.m. Daily-
services at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.
Sunday at 8 a.m.
Northside Jewish Center,
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Sabbath services Friday at R:S0 p in.
Sunday school classes every Sunday t
the office of Dr. Wm. ISorns, 6.">5 N.W.
62nd St. Hebrew classes under di-
rection of Rev. I'hlllp Fried at 671
N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and
Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:13.
Saturday morning services at 10.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services al 6:80.
Saturday morning al 8:80, The rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the
Week, At 5:15 p.m. Rabbi Rackovsky
will speak on "Ethics of the Father,"
followed by Mlncha al ".:l".. Shalos
Seudos and Maariv. Daily services 7:30
a.m. followed by class in Mishna.
Mlncha services at i::!< followed on
Sundays, Tuesday and Thursdays by
class In Laws and Customs, and on
Mondays and Wednesdays by class in
Jewish Liegen Is of the Talmud.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening Bervlcea at 8:30
Saturday morning at 8:80. The rabbi
will speak on "The Modern Plague."
Mlncha at 6:30 followed b*V Shalos
Kudos. The rabbi will preach on the
Portion of the Week. Religious school
Monday through Thursday at ::::'>*';
Sunday school '* a.m.
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Washington At*.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service al B:80, The
rabbi will speak on "Stephen s wis.
' ''"".....n of His People," second In a
series of three lectures on "Trail
Blazers of American Jewish Life.*'
Saturday morning at .a.m. Rabbi
Lehrman will nieach on the weekly
portion of the law.
North Shore Jewish Centex
(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive.
Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.
dedicated to the second anniversary
of the State of Israel. Members of the
brotherhood will assist Rev. Fried
with the services. Saturday mmnlnc
services al :i a.m. Sunday school at
10 a.m. a special film on Israel "in
be shown.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. (Conservative).
Friday evening servlcea at 8:30.
Dr. Abraham I.iss.n will officiate.
An OneK Shabbat will be served by the
Sisterhood. -Members and friends are
Invited to attend.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday services at 9 a.m.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Friday night services at 6: Saturday
morning at 9. Daily services at 8
a.m.
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*IDAY. APR IL 21, 1950 fJewisti fkrtrinr? Irs. Curtice i anted Had Of iholem Women iMrs, Leonore Curtice was lcctcd president of the B'nai Lib Women of Sholem Lodge cut meeting of the group. I eds Mrs. Harold Rand. [n officers of the group are | : ; %  >aincy Aronovitz, first vice tit; Mrs. Harold Pont, bond vice president: Mrs. HarLHerman, financial secretary; j rs Roslyn Botwin, treasurer; g, Frank Toback, recording retary; Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, rn sponding secretary; Mrs. Gus (nsberg, historian: Mrs. Max Irgman, parliamentarian; Mrs. b n i B, .Miller. Hillel repiesenta[c: Mrs. Harold Rand, counselor. embers f the board of difetors are the Mesdarnes Dave Herman, Mary August, Sidney Wan. Cele Edelstein, Marx jber, Dave Lcmelman, Abee (n, Irwin Weinstein, Ronnie lolf. (Installation will be held at the Vden Restaurant on Tuesday (tern.mn. May 9. Mrs. Tina Katz hairman of the event. Reserva|DS njay be made by calling Mrs. irvey Herman at 9-6078. Whitman Renamed Beth Jacob Prexy David Whitman was unanimously re-eiectec piesiaent or Congregation Beth Jacob at the annual election meeting held recently. Whitman was nominated by Marcie Liberman. who reviewed "the phenomenal development of PAGE ELEVEN enter to Present [ariety show ["Sounds Terrific," second edik of the Miami Jewish Immunity Center Variety Show, 111 be presented on Sunday, Iril 30. at 8:15 p.m. The show, an original musical iue. runs a full two hours and Itures local talent. Tickets may I obtained by calling the center |3-5489 and proceeds will go to %  conh %  : %  The cast of 75 includes Arnold Block and Howard Kleinberg [the leads, as well as Vocalists Shraniek and Sandy OfsoIz. Pan torn imist Sylvia Milgrim, Inn Specialist Natalie Bern|in and Comedians Ed Suss and Matlin. The TYS Club, Tri la Club. BZB. Sigma Rho and i< -age groups will also I ed. Albeit Feldan wrote i and directed the show. ck Langer Will come Bar Mitzvah nd Mrs. Sidney W. Langer. 1 S.W, 22nd Ten-., announce son, Jack, will become • ah on Saturday, April Ipl 'n. at the Miami Hebrew %  CM and Congregation. Mitzvah will conduct is and address the congreibbi Simon April will ii at Shcnandoah Junior 1, Jack is vice goverhome room and a nix: ol the school band. \ will follow the service eption in honor of the i will be held at the I brew School on Sunday. from 2 to 5 p.m. RclaIriends are invited to David Whitman the congregation during Whitman's two years in office." An annex housing classroom,s offices and a large fully equipped kitchen were added to the original synagogue building during this period, Liberman stated. A new lighting and air conditioning system were installed and the new synagogue building was completely refurbished. Although Whitman refused the nomination, he was drafted by members who urged that he take office for a two year period instead of the customary one year. Under duress Whitman accepted the post. "In recognition of his outstanding accomplishments," the membership officially named the new auditorium the David Whitman Hall. Elected as vice presidents were Joseph Cohen. Dr. Maurice Klein, Rabbi Meyer Katz and I. Brenner. Marcie Liberman was relected treasurer and Saul Genet and Leo Meyer were reflected as recording and financial secretaries, respectively. Landscape Design For New & Old Homes Lawn Maintenance FREE ESTIMATES BUUHM LANDSCAPE SERVICE Phone 82-9860 Vete r an — WAR GOVERNMENT PUBLIC SERVICE Help Elect BILL LANTAFF Your Working U.S. CONGRESSMAN ON THE SECOND OF MAY PULL LEVER 9A (I'd. Vol. Ailv.) Smathers Makes final Effort In Dade, Broward Victory in the May 2 election was predicted Sunday by Rep. George Smathers in his campaign. With less than two weeks remaining before the May 2 primaries. Smathers, candidate for U. S. Senator, this week and next 1S *;P£ ndin g several days in Dade and Broward Counties in a final effort to garner votes. "We are fighting for the most important thing in the worldpeople's freedom," Smathers said. Smathers returned to Miami Wednesday to address a large meeting of business" and professional women at the Urmey Hotel. His Thursday schedule included a visit at Pratt General Hospital, Coral Gables; a state-wide broadcast from a rally at Homestead, and an appearance at a mammoth barn dance at Perrine. Friday evening, Smathers will speak at a barbeque sponsored by the Hialeah Smathers-for-Senator committee in Benny Babcock Park. His schedule for Saturday calls for an afternoon visit to Jackson Memorial Hospital, and an evening appearance at an allcandidate rally at Shcnandoah Park. Sunday will find Smathers at Ft. Lauderdale, where he will attend the state convention of the American Legion, of which he is a member. He returns to Greater Miami Monday for an evening barbeque at Sunny South Airport and a rally at Miami Shores. Smathers' major appearance next week will be a mammoth evening rally in Bayfront Park bandshell under sponsorship of the Dade County Smathers for Senator Committee. Sloan McCrea, Dade campaign manager, will preside. The Smathers campaign got a terrific boost this week from the Saturday Evening Post in an illustrated article by Ralph McGill, famed Southern editor, titled "Smathers versus Pepper—Can He Purge Pepper?" It was pointed out by McCrea that Smathers will use his final days of campaigning in Dade County for stressing hisl-posilive,program on such vital issues a: national defense, the Atlantic • "' Pact, FEPC, taxation, labor and the Taft-Hartley Law. socialized medicine and other matters of particular interest to the Dade eh ctorate. 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APRIL 21, 1950 *JeHMincridttann PAGE NINETEEN RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY israei (Reform), 137 i St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Dmeritus. evening services at 8:15. ,iKlusa will recite the ver the candles. 1"'. Kaplan Liiict the Bervlcea and speak %  ,i judgments." Saturday al II a.in. I 'r. Kaplan i im "Lawfi of Health and 'onflrmatlon claaa will (h Community Center Wative), 2020 Polk St., food. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; |.n ,i i\ services al t\:M. Late ervlre-i ai 8:15. Hnlihl Honig 1,^ oi "Am iTlsroel Chal, tti, second anniversary of %  dependence Hay. Saturday at 9:30. Rabbi will k rl Hi" Weekly Portion of the llglous school Sunday at Id hie Emanu-El (Reform), [ Andrews Ave., Fort Laud|pr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Km--'ii will conduct the speak on "The Heart of fhi' public is invited. Hebrew It the temple Saturday at 9 {tcii'iiiBChool Sunday at B:45. Betn Snoiom (Liberal), base Ave., Miami Beach. Leon Kronish; Cantor I Kelemer. evening services at 8:15. llglous services arranged by [ronlsh honoring Israel IndeI Day. Hadassah Choral group, h Masada, Junior Hadaslenior Young Judeana win |tc under direction of cantor Hokilsta will be Sarah Miriam Cohen, Barbara in and Joseph Pardo. ReadCohen, Sandy Freed man, Levenson, Jacqueline Roth Rubinstein, H. Pried at ii. Sabbath services at 10:45 Hebrew School and Con n (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. Ivc. Rabbi Simon April. Berele Kelemer. ••\. ning services at 6:80. • ornlllg at 9. Jack, son of ilnej w. Langer, will i: II Mltsvnh, Mlshna class b l>> Mlncha and Bhalos B i ervlce 7:30 a.m. a nd 1 1 al 10 a.m. fn m 3:30 to 6:30. legation Beth David (ConIre), Coral Way and 26th Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mamches. I .-' irday morning at :>. IVtth ol Martin, son of Mr. Nathan Levlne. Student %  ill bold its Bervlcea 1/r*. iMiiy servlcea al B p.m. lh i ad Maariv a.1 6 p.m. Religious Congregation, W. 2nd St. Saturday morning at 9:00 legation Kneseth Israel onal), 1415 Euclid Ave., | Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. iy :3fl: Maariv 8:45 inlay morning servlcea 8:80. *•! Will speak on "The %  Modern civilization llnbbl ESver will lecture Kthlca of the Fathers." wed by Sholos Seduos, ks by guests, Maariv Hebrew school Monday al 8:80, Dally class iirter morning services. 1 i h customs and laws d Maariv sen-Ices. al ; %  in and ''.:::'' p m. e Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Miami Beach. Rabbi IP. Mann. services at 8:16, Moehay P Mann cam ir. Sermon endenl Judaism leetlng l %  s luj I. R, lc JOI-; |J bles Jewish Center bbi Morris A. Skop: >h W. Malelt; Steve inist. Palermo Ave. ne. • %  h %  ; i %  %  %  speakStein, British irned from I IJI ;:,.. nbers Zionist LHsti cl and Junior Hadassah of Miami. Oneg Miabbat and community sinking of Israel aongs. Saturday servlcea a : a.m. with Torah stud] of weekly biblical portion. Sunday school, Men's i ub Millionaire for a Night" Sunday al 8:30 p.m. Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Service Friday night at 6: Saturday night at ii Mlncha servlcea followed by Shalos Seudos. Servlcea Monday to rhursday 8 a.m. and 6:80 p.m. Ail >onn K Israel members in the area are invited ti. attend. T'Fereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Friday evening services at G:ir, p m %  Saturday 9:30 a.m. with Mlncha al •>. Rev. It. I!i ill will conduct th. services. All residents in that area are invited to attend. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Graucr. Friday evening services at n::io p.m. Saturday morning services at 8:30. Ilabbi Cirauer will preach on the Portion of the Week" and "Ethics of the Father" at 5:16. Mlncha at I! followed by Shalos Shudos. Daily services 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Religious school daily at 3:30. Sunday school at 10. Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St., Miami Beach. Dally Itlble class 5:15 p.m. Dailyservices at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Sunday at 8 a.m. Northside Jewish Center, Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Sabbath services Friday at R:S0 p in. Sunday school classes every Sunday t the office of Dr. Wm. ISorns, 6.">5 N.W. 62nd St. Hebrew classes under direction of Rev. I'hlllp Fried at 671 N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:13. Saturday morning services at 10. Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services al 6:80. Saturday morning al 8:80, The rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Week, At 5:15 p.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on "Ethics of the Father," followed by Mlncha al ".:l".. Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services 7:30 a.m. followed by class in Mishna. Mlncha services at i::!< followed on Sundays, Tuesday and Thursdays by class In Laws and Customs, and on Mondays and Wednesdays by class in Jewish Liegen Is of the Talmud. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening Bervlcea at 8:30 Saturday morning at 8:80. The rabbi will speak on "The Modern Plague." Mlncha at 6:30 followed b*V Shalos Kudos. The rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Week. Religious school Monday through Thursday at ::::'>*'; Sunday school '* a.m. JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor Miami Beach Jewish Community Center I Conservative). 1701 Washington AT*.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service al B:80, The rabbi will speak on "Stephen s wis.— '' %  "" n of His People," second In a series of three lectures on "Trail Blazers of American Jewish Life.*' Saturday morning at .a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will nieach on the weekly portion of the law. North Shore Jewish Centex (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive. Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. dedicated to the second anniversary of the State of Israel. Members of the brotherhood will assist Rev. Fried with the services. Saturday mmnlnc services al :i a.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. A special film on Israel "in be shown. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Conservative). Friday evening servlcea at 8:30. Dr. Abraham I.iss.n will officiate. An OneK Shabbat will be served by the Sisterhood. -Members and friends are Invited to attend. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday services at 9 a.m. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Friday night services at 6: Saturday morning at 9. Daily services at 8 a.m. RE-ELECT HARLEY. 6. COLLINS as MEMBER OF DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD (Of Instructions) COLLINS: 1. Is experienced. 2. Is qualified as a Business Man to save money for Dade County Tax Payers. 3. Has proved his efficiency. ACCOMPLISHMENTS ARE OF MORE VALUE THAN PROMISES d-d. Pol. Adv.) 25th Anniversary VUMC CUSTOM TAILOR 25 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1140 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 THOUSANDS HAVE PURCHASED SANDS MEMORIALS DESIGNERS • DISTRIBUTORS • ERECTORS HEBREW LETTERING, VEILING, ETC. 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)A y, APRIL 21. 1950 fJewist Fkridian PAGE THIRTEEN fcj.150 Voters gtoter Here Official voter registration of ISO Dade County has been I fied to R. A. Gray, secretary state by Carl Holmer, Jr., eivisor of registration. „ s is an increase of 51,321 county's voting strength lie last general election in No' beI 1948, he said. It includes [79(3 Democrats, 18,961 RepubI 692 Peoples Progressives j 701 independents and others, f Negro registration jumped L 7,666 in 1948 to a present B l of 17.506 but the increase i Republican registration" was |. 452 ever 1948's 18.509. folmer recorded 134,639 freewho will be eligible to in the $12,500,000 L',1 bond issue proposal. There re only 105,166 property ownTin 1948. f he new registration would reE-e participation of 67,330 and | of a majority of these to over the bond issue. in all shies ,URPH Y ^SHOP 2>> UHCOCN •..,_ New Prayer Added To Orthodox Ritual A new prayer has been added to the Orthodox ritual. Its adoption for use on. the Sabbath closest to the date marking the establishment of Israel has been approved and advocated by the Rabbinical Council of America and the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, representing Orthodox Jewry. In a letter to the 400 rabbis who are members of the council and the 500 congregations now affiliated with the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, these national Jewish bodies have sent copies of the new prayer to their constituents. Thfr new prayer was prepared by Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog and Ben Zion Uziel of Israel, and Orthodox congregations in America have been advised to adopt it in the ritual. Orthodox Jewry has also been called upon to celebrate the second anniversary of Israel's independence which, this year, occurs on Saturday, April 22, corresponding to the Hebrew date of the 5th of Iyar. The Orthodox congregations and their rabbis have been requested by the national bodies to dedicate their services on that day to the Israel celebration, and to introduce and dedicate the newly-composed prayer in their services. The Rabbinical Council of America also disclosed that it is in close and constant contact with the religious authorities in Israel and that many religious questions are being resolved on %  the basis of inquiries and consultation with the Israeli religious leaders. State Department Is Not Neutral In. Israel-Arab Relations, Zionists Say NEW YORK—The American Zionist Council, official spokesman for all American Zionist parties, charges the State Department with "not maintaining its neutrality as between Israel and the Arab states," in a statement published in the Council's semi-monthly bulletin. Referring to State Department reassurance that it "sees no sign of any present threat to peace" in the Middle East, the statement points out that there is "no better evidence of aggressive intent" on the part of the Arabs than the unanimous vote taken in Cairo last week by the Arab League against separate treaties between any of the Arab states and Israel. The Department's failure to act on Israel's pending arms request, while allowing large-scale military equipment to be "assembled in Arab lands," forces the Council to the conclusion that the State Department "has been maneuvered into a position of antagonism to the interests of Israel and a pro-Arab policy." Kosher Killed Chiekens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th SL loGUST BROS R Vi IS the Df.SJ -.' ft Tropieal Chapter Chooses Leaders Mrs. Melvin Benner was elected president of the Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women at a recent meeting of the group at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Others elected to office were Mrs. Sam Kesslcr, first vice president; Mrs. Louis Wilson, second vice president; Mrs. Stanley Saval, recording secretary; I Mrs. Herman Feldman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Irving Laibson, treasurer; Mrs. Eddie Blackman, financial secretary; Mrs. Harvey Michaelson. historian: Mrs. Leon Epstein, sentinel; Mrs. Irving Cypen. councilor; Mrs. Louis Grossman and Manuel Jacobson, trustees. Board members include the Mesdames Harry Rubin, Joseph Feldman, Joseph Weiner, Irwin Medoff, Sol Barnett. Roy Levy. Sol Sternberg and Irving Goodman. Installation will be held on Sunday, April 30, at 7 p.m. at the Raleigh Hotel. The Mesdames Laibson. L. Wilson, Michaelson and J. Feldman are in charge of the affair. tyov briTi Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 The appointment of Edwin J. I.ukas. former executive director of the Society for Prevention of Ciime. as director of the Civil Rights program of the American Jewish Committee, was announced recently by Jacob Blaustein, national president of the committee. Mr. Lukas. who will coordinate the civil rights program of the American Jewish Committee, which embraces educational, legislative and litigative activities on the local, state and national levels, was in active practice as trial and appeal counsel in state and federal courts until 1941. when he became research associate of the Society for the Prevention of Crime. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 502 — Phone 5-5419 % pen late Till 10 p. m. B'nai B'rith Women's Council Will Meet The Metropolitan Council o* B'nai B'rith Women will meet on Thursday, April 20, at 8 p.m. at the Miami Colonial Hotel. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, chairman of the nominating committee. will present the slate of candidates and election of officers will take place. S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrtw Schools. DnSD "D1B Telephone 5-9017 / BORSCHT ...SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Distributed by Palm Distributors Inc. 14 N.E. 24th St., Mi.ml Phone 3-68M SEITLIN & COMPANY INSURANCE ALL FORMS 19 N.E. Second Street Miami 32, Fla. Phones 9-3836 — 9-3837 Compatv M-types ONLY^exiHiJL THE 04S REFRIGERATOR STAYS SILENT-LASTS LONGER Dcrmomt j NEW LOW PRICES QUICK-CHANGE INTERIOR NO MOTOR TO WEAR! NO MACHINERY TO GROW NOISY! Different from all others, you'll find the new 1950 Gas Refrigerator is your biggest refrigerator value. 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FRIDA Y. ABBIL .21. MM 111 %  Jewish Firtk Chords T Give Concert At Beh Auditorium Sunday Night %  fciK*lfcri^if, The long-standing dream of Choral Leader Ben Yomen will be realized when the Miami Jewish Folk Chorus, composed of 60 mixed voices, sings the Johann Sebastian Bach cantata, •Life Will Conquer," at the unit's annual concert on Sunday, April 23. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. The cantata is composed of several of Bach's compositions, rearranged for chorus and set to Yiddish text by Yomen. Widely known as a conductor of liturgical Hebrew and Jewish music. Yomen has composed for theatrical productions in New Yo:k. woiked for the famous Jewish dancer, Benjamin Zemach, and has composed and arranged number of choral groups and soloists. His most recent ical composition is a complete Friday night service for the Beach Jewish Center, where he is musical director. Soloists at the concert will be Nathaniel Shprinzen, tenorEvelyn Samuels, soprano; and Joe Cohen, baritone. Shprinzen, leading tenor with the New York City Opera Company, is flying to Miami especially for the event Mrs. Samuels and Cohen have appeared in this area previously and have won praise from both critics and laymen. Mrs. Margaret Ben Yomen, also known as Margaret Chasan, will accompany the entire program. She received her extensive musical training at Juilliard School of Music, studied violin with Tosca Seidel, composition and theory with the noted teacher and authority, Charles A. Wedge, and with the modern composer, Bernard Wagenaur. At present she is music specialist at the Miami Beach YM & YWHA also covering their extension program at Temple Beth Sholatfi, and the Beach Jewish Center. Miami Chapters Of Children's Home \i llenver Will Install Leaders Installation of officers of the Greater Miami and Lorber Chapters of the National Home for .1, ,\ish Children at Denevr will be held Tuesday, May 2, at 12 at the Saxony Hotel. Mrs. Morris Skop will serve as installing officer and Miss N Tinsley, member of the Miami Opera Guild, will sing, acmied by Mrs. Gertrude H;.-folwood. Officers of the Greater Miami Chapter who will be installed include Mrs. Irving Miller, president; Mrs. Albert Dubler, first vac president; Mrs. Frank Cole, second vice president; Mrs. Alfred Grei .'uvald, third vice president; %  Mrs, Lewis Kane, financial sec[rel v; Mrs. Frieda Strelitz, ding secretary; Mrs. Julius Sapi: stein, corresponding secretarj. Mrs. Benn Bloom, treasurer: [Miss Sadye Nathan, auditor. Honorary officers of the group Balkin Win Review "Measure Of Freedom" Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will feature a book review of the latest documentary study of subversive forces in the United States on Monday, April 24, at 9 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y. The book, "A Measure of Freedom' by Arnold Forster, will be reviewed by Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, who will preside as moderator at a round-table discussion following the review. Five B'nai B'rith lodges and three women's chapters have been invited to participate in the discussion. Dr. Lester Gordon is program chairman. PAGE NINE: SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOB REST. CONVALESCENCE AND CHKONIC CASES WRITI roa ao9Kl1 it* *w o~ couirr MIAMI FLORIDAj are the Mesdames Ben Hertz. Sol Goldstrom. Harry Kaufman. Rose Steinhauser and Mollie Lifshutz. Members of the board of directors an; the Mesdames Sam Brown, Charles Burns. David Cohen. Melvin Crane. Herb Elisburg, George Feller, John Feller, Charles Friedopfcr. Ida Goldman, Joseph Kogos, Sam Kirstein, Elise Leschel, Sam Luby. Max Michaelson. Mitchell P. Miller, Gisela Ncwlander, Herman Pearl. Abe Pollack, M. B. Ross, Reva Schwartz. Freda Suberman. lsadcre Tannen, Sam Tunick, Morris Union, Herman Wronker, Harry Zeilinger. Lorber officers who will be inducted at the ceremonies include Mrs. Stanley Jamison, president. Mrs. Sol Alexander, vice president; Mrs. Sanford Swerdlin, recording secretary: Mrs. Cy Pearlman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Myron Cowen, financial secretary: Mrs. Joseph Bulbin, treasurer: Mrs. Stanley Levitch, auditor: Mrs. Bernard Berkow. Mrs. Albeit Grayson, board members. To Aid Building Fund Mrs. Eva Kaufman will be hostess at a buffet supper and card party at her home. 681 N.E. 67th St.. on Saturday. April 22. at 8 p.m. Proceeds will go to the Northside Jewish Center Sisteri hood building fund. Lewis Unveiling i The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Harry Lewis, formerly of 3381 S.W. 26th I ?* %  yj?' take P'dce Sunday. April 23, at 2 p.m. at Mi. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Mr. Lewis is survived by his wife and a daughter. Arrangements are in charge of Falmer s Miami Monument Co Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Silvers Attend Teachers 9 Meet Among the nearly 2500 teachers who met at Asheville, N. C, Apri 1 9 through 14 for the annual studv conference of the Association for Childhood International were Mr and Mrs. Herbert Silver. 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach delegates of the Dade County public schools. Teachers from 42 states and several foreign countries attended the 1950 studysession. The Silvers returned t'( report to local schools what is being done and what can be done to improve the basic educational means for children. Herbert Silver was a delegate from the South Beach Elementarv School while his wife, Belle represented the Nautilus School! The Silvers are directors and owners of Camp Osceola for Boys and Camp Osceola for Girls in Hendersonville, N. C. USE THESE COLUMNS FOR YOU3 LEGAL ADVERTISING PHONE 2-1141 Kovensky Unveiling The dedication of a monument I to the memory of the late Mrs Eva Kovensky will be held Sunj day at 2 o'clock in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Cemetery j with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat1 \? g t Mrs Koven sky is survived • by four sons, Irvin, David. Martin I and Benjamin. Thurmond Monument Company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are asked to attend AM A GENTLEMAN OF 44 NEVER MARRIED Vould like to become acquainted with single girl or widow about 8. No objection to child. Write Mr. 2.. Box 2973. Miami 18 Clarke To Review Book Carl Van Doren's "Benjamin Franklin" will be reviewed by Edward Clarke on Saturday, April 22, at 3:30 p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach. On Tuesday from 8 to 9 p.m. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will discuss "The Art of Living." At 9 p.m. the forum wil listen to "America's Town Meeting of the Air." Chernoff Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Helen Chernoff will be held Sunday at one o'clock in Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mrs. Chernoff is survived by a son, Max a daughter. Nettie Cohen and a 1 grandchild, Shirley Bond. Friends and relatives are asked to attend, Inurmond Monument Company is in charge of arrangements. Elect Lucille M. Radio Workshop To Air "Occupation: Housewife" Radio Workshop for Democracy a communitywidc dramatic weekly live radio series on human relations, presents "Occupation: Housewife," in its latest program this Saturday, April 22. at 7 4f. p.m. over radio station WMIE Judith Cohen. Ann Nevel. Rose Homes. Evelyn Lapin, Eleanoi Freeman and Cy Kramer will comprise the cast for this proprogram, which is directed by Gertrude Marx, with Bernard %  n cr of the F1,,l ida regional t%*A ': Dcfamati( n League of B nai B nth, serving as technical adviser. THE BROWNDORFFS DE SOTO HOTEL AND HEALTH RESORT SAFETY HARBOR, FLA SPRINr ne ^ ea X vvater 3-2367' DAY. PER PERSON, AMERICAN PLAN. A Modern. steamheated. Fireproof Hotel. All Rooms with Private Bath or Shower. Elevator Service Physiothera p y —massage colonies — mineral baths and allied treatments. Special diets for those in need. • I Scientific Equipment Skilled Mechanics Guaranteed Workmanship Drive in today — save wear and tear on your tires heels Aligned Any Make Car I Y urFriendlyChevroletDealer' 1055 w. Flagler St. Ph. 9-6441 2300 N.W. 7th Ave. Ph. 2-8408 Lucille Von Arx Runs For Dade School Board Announcing her candidacy for the school board is 28-year old attorney, Mrs. Lucille Von Arx, former teacher in New Jersey and Dade County high schools. Mrs. Von Arx. whose law practice centers around juvenile work, at one time was engaged in social work for a war plant, during which time she investigated juvenile delinquency. The youthful counselor, whose platform advocates psychiatric treatment for maladjusted students to pre.vent mental illness, also stresses compulsory instruction in driving to reduce automobile accidents caused by teenage drivers, as well as the future use of television in the schools. Mrs. Von Arx is the wife of Joseph Von Arx, faculty member of the University of Miami, with whom she is engaged in law practice. VON ARX • TEACHER • ATTORNEY • BUSINESS WOMAN • SOCIAL WORKER SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT NO 3 COUNTY WIDE VOTE—MAY 2 Dem. Prim. MM. Pol. Adv.) Big News for the Jewish Residents of Coral Gables, the Southwest and Neighboring Areas Kenholz Kosher Market 207 Almeria Avenue (Corner Ponce de Leon Blvd.) Now Under the New Management of SAM MELNICK—CARL GROSCH the Well Known Kosher Butchers Formerly Operating the Penn Market. Miami Beach We are here to accommodate the public with the best quality of kosher meat and the finest service — COME IN AND CONVINCE YOURSELF — Give us a trial and you will surely be satisfied We are under the supervision of the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Director PHONE 48-0346 FREE DELIVERY MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. 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IDAY, APRIL 21, 1950 J ewisfi rhriUtr PAGE FIVE Irs. Sehwadron Yo Be Installed U presideni Of New Sisterhood Eg. Joseph Schwadronwm be I iiril as president of the Khood of the Miami Hebrew ,1 and Congregation at a tea the SC %  hoot building on Tuesday. "a 25, at l P-m. This will be f newly formed organizations L installation affair. Lc Nathan Coulton, membcrfc chairman, will be in charge ^arrangements and serve as Pi Mrs. David Meltzer pJtality chairman, will greet S 'ii„ Simon April, spiritual H,., of the congregation, will the installation address and nil the officers. be installed at the cereare Mrs. Joseph n, president: Mrs. IsaFogel, vice president; Mrs. Stone, treasurer; Mrs. kllll'S ck financial sccrevhael Blank, Iv Mrs. Edward Becker, recj jn ,. secretary; Mrs. Max S. j r, corresponding secremembers include the Isdames Simon April, Louis Lust Nathan Coulton, Herbert film Becky Becker, Michael Jdicr Bin Golden, Murray fschcnbaum. David Meltzer, _phuMoss, G. Pearlman, Fred tenth:!!. Nellie Simpkins. Ben B loff, Sarah Stone, Milton tiner William Weintraub Gables Men's Club To Hold "Millionaire's Nite" The Coral Gables Jewish Center Men's Club will sponsor its first annual "Millionaire's Night" on Sunday. April, 23, at 8 p.m. at the temple auditorium. Edgar Miller, chairman of the committee in charge of the program, stated that the secret of how to be a "Millionaire for a Night" will be revealed at the affair. Jewish Nomination Made i Hialeah-Miami Springs „ ... Community Center and elections Nominations for officers were | wiU take place Wednesday, May held at the last meeting of the 110, at the Hialeah City Hall. Reception Will Honor Rep. And Mrs. Smothers "Smathers for Senator" beach headquarters will hold a reception at 5824 Alton Road on Friday, April 21, from 2 until 5 p.m. in honor of Rep. George Smathers and his wife, Rosemary. Mrs. Joseph Schwadron Will Sing In Havana Cantor Samuel Kelemer has been invited to appear as guest artist at the Israeli anniversary celebration, to be sponsored by the Jewish community of Havana Cuba, Saturday, April 22. The cantor will be accompanied by Mrs. Kelemer and his accompanist, Herman Fried. (tables Sisterhood Cited For Promoting Interfaith Relations A citation for promoting inter-. %  ,, j %  „ j u faith relations was presented to | Week— 19o0 and was signed by the Sisterhood of the Coral President Harry S Truman; Gables Jewish Center last Friday Honorary President John L. Sullievening at a special sisterhood | van, Sabbath service conducted by P; 4iss Marilyn Ross of Elmhurst, Y., is entertaining guests at Sorrento Hotel while vacaning here. Highly acclaimed for beautiful soprano voice. 19kr-old Miss Ross is a veteran numerous benefit performances a favorite of patients in VA ipitals along the East Coast. Ith the Metropolitan Opera )mpany as her goal, this atctive young lady spends most Iher time practicing. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Guest speakers were Dr. Elwood C. Nance, president of the University of Tampa and James A. Whitehead, regional director of the National Conference j>i Christians and Jews who presented the citation to Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld, president of the sisterhood. and Mrs. Herman Rubin, interfaith chairman. The citation read "The Nat'l Conference of Christians and Jews extends appreciation to the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center for cooperation in the promotion of Brotherhood Everett R. Clinchy, president. Especially praised was the recent Institute of Judiasm sponsored by the sisterhood in cooperation with the Christian women of the area. The Greater Miami Council of Church Women reciprocated with a similar Institute of Christianity at the Holy Cross Episcopal Church, April 19. Idge Oka To Direct Tudgi Kenneth Oka wil direct program of the Music Lovers [>up of the Miami Beach Y on April 25. at 8:30 p.m. r I Chasan is director. Sweet Sixteen Party A sweet sixteen party was given by Miss Jewel Muravchick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Muravchick, 3340 Chase Ave., Miami Beach, at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel Saturday night. Miss Muravchick attends Miami Beach High School and is secretary of the student council. A buffet supper, dancing and entertainment were features of the party. Two hundred guests were present including Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Feldman of New York. U. S. T I R E S HFL IOO-I< NYLON LINE IllS Tax $! 300 FT. 46 LB. TEST 17c .Stnlnloss LEADER WIRE jtS ft. Nos. 1 to 9 each. PLUBOER FISH HOOKS %  Tft Sizes 1 to %  "> — 100 ww A MILLION ITEMS JUST AS LOW Tower Tire Co. 2197 N.W. 7th AVE. CORNER 22nd STREET Life Inauranca Eatataa Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Llfa Ina. Co. 907 Biacayne Bldg. 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PAGE FOURTEEN KiewisJiflcrkHari Lip+on To Sponsor f95U NASH SEDAN Citizens' Awards FWDAY. APrm „ J M f h M L %  I Loan A :' '.'. bt spoiu no-. L ". Lipton prominent v. i tht : %  civic J ehi< vem< at .:-. Di-c C untj iur.r.. M ce:t \ : minth compel a: tht end j May in Bay] m Pi: %  of... %  '. mo: • • S &. La: slant • %  .. man and Mrs. C H Reedes president at I Sociei foi C:i\~ %  ndD: :.!. MM .:..;. ana I Reset ..--. Unit : UM University I :.:.. n Mrs R s isu i \ | T.pletjon ol the Children s Treatment Z* nl while Dj Sanders ras namec foi his r..:. nallj in th< -: _-:.:..:..; polie : r : Any individual sr organ i % %  -, lettej •tt s until ". 0_:Marcella Black, a recent participant in the Miss Miami Beach contest, sells the first ticket to B'nai B'rith Council annual benefit carnival to George J. Talianoff, right, as Leo Steinman, fund drive chairman, looks on. Plans are now being formulated for a midway with games, music, entertainment, rides at the Miami Beach Y grounds on July 16. All B'nai B'rith lodges in the area will participate in the sver.t which attracted a crowd of 6.000 last year. A Roach Masada To Hold Card >ife !:.. %  Beach Cl ; %  r I M = %  %  -' % %  '-rCitizens' Awards ] • %  ..:; present a"I-Deal N:v ld .fuilding Entn CiTdr Sundav A?r:1 30 B:Sfl • • •-••-at %  ;i •, .. .-. ... r in the C Room ol .-. Si • i %  % %  Vi:-. : rbilt r Uins s Ave M ni 1 it is an. '8 n t Rappaporl — ftsjdent %  r. de• Mary F Sch • by, Sho! I be hosts at tl -' %  men f the fund ising • %  %  "• %  '"• %  M -F :. and :%  ._: io will be as%  %  tn< pre-1: I Bunny J Jeai • >fl SI • % %  T in E : Satezk Ruth Rogers Doris -:.-• rrs::y :J M Aronson. M •. %  % %  : % %  Leaves For Israel '" %  %  Leon 3 Ell, -' .-.-. •; nar:cK. Greati M ;. ft | % %  %  %  Wl N i York Citv •" •'• •'• : h< • th Met T ector ol thi fund P] %  Mvities re discus ] .... %  '• '• %  Sati :-.,. Fund meetings in 1 El ..: -:•-. .." %  ts to be back ir :.: [ay.20. 1 %  %  • Daniel M. ] SHOULS0NS ,24 ta-'fcrw.j %  1389 N W MIAMI FLA RATBS yCfir MODERATE DR ADOLPH BONSER v D., Aa-r -.st-ator Hsme fer E dtrly D et — Ca-e ^50 Ptr Week Only Kosher Convalescent Home in Greater Miami CALL 82-49D0 I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 dim James M. NOEL A TO DADE COUNTY W, School Board Vote County Wide VETERAN %  LEGIONNAIRE GRADUATE TEXAS A. 5 M. LAW STUDENT U. OF MIAMI BRING SCHOOL MATTERS OUT IN THE OPEN! \A>1'S All Solvo School Problem*! PULL LEVEH -2A MA* 2nd FOR JIM And Be Sure fli FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED V-tcrmin "D" Milk "MOk Produc'.s" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2*21 Visit Our Farm at End of %  -R 3 4 s-apcer Creek AS LOW AS 4% INTflEST MORTGAGE J. A HENRY E rnlR I IIV 13 of f>t<>ry di'Hfripiion 0'Jewish Florid fan 1'ontmerrial Printing llvpnrtmvnt J20 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami Phones 9-6708 — 2-1141 • Call us for an estimate on all your printing needs Operated by ROBERTS PRINTING COR£RAT


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PAGEFOOB %  M EDITORIAL i i i Israel's Second Anniversary As A Jewish Sh Irrs*;*--*rrK is se rarc" %  %  T—U-T -_^a jttr r.= AprC Hsurrw -;ileoi*r. i : : i>r. % %  trt •%  ir--. : : -.. • a %  %  : LI.1 -f.i'.:z.i.r-p.-*-sf~re As a .. _-. -•-; : %  : Led the .:._;%  :' _• '. 7 ~.i i". I }. 7-£ tisfc food ran D r & af L. %  three %  I -., • — ." : : %  .%  : A %  .. rae. ...... i 7 : : %  %  :: Appeal ".. "..mi %  -. :' %  -. %  ..iiral : mraunitie %  — it:-::. : %  I • I—i FTPBT D -:' thai plant a • %  %  .7 ... : a p,". i. r. r i %  I m DC • %  ...-.• Qtial %  %  „ —. .. • D the :;-•: %  f foreign inin 1 n currex ..... .. w-th life Thus, 19, E new iz -----%  %  %  r • for thi %  --. and kn .. :a •.:. v e: v %  t ti Seat East this I : %  --. at: :> -.ten %  %  ltd I tag its ra i.->.-:. =..hue— E. A] L P%  %  •;.;. m the Necev [the • M .:'.:'.%  pDt .; being e.-.g..%  ;-. pment 77led St • 0 E Import B .' %  i Knesset 1 r was an Eas) for A ting 1 I in the his) E t. Aral Kl Egao te fill in Israel and 4 : Hitribuie to tl Domic re: Reai E I : ..%  — •• Sat ill :hJdxen between the ifr^r and 13 for j aven I 1 4 £ r. •: 1" %  beer. : .-.. i ielc.T.cr.ti. ; %  educati n By 1M0, ilO.000 children were %  ::.-.z:-. year. About ,5.000 Arat chUdreo at". en c >ls In the fit Lion, an.InrJtute 1 : the W< i2 anrj Institute :: : the l E -.-.. H< : %  : v University, its twentT-fifta not to its fa I .:. asjreeith J In the! met n%  'l t i i a peace r&! wntau • i -1 1 % % %  A lie so. Aj :ric'lril 1 } 1 "—: ; in fullo-l lave 13 -gcve.-mna — rs AH % % %  ben il -_ ^ f the H cm& :r:e^a V : "dnofL. f: "Jffin TssS %  iriinU -'-•" Herzl ^ solemn < September, For L Joo" rev a(| •". Israel s iccoad mairmuj u| a Jewish Stw wiB foo„ rw ]J attemicr. eathc noaimentall achieTe—ents made pwab\i there :r.::.gJiXiaricttlti supper: :i tie Onhtd J Appea!. The Create! Jewish "'deration is cium eoaducnag a drive lor S1.4ILL a mr:: pcrrion of whichtj earrr-arksd :':: the United Jal ish Appeal The success ol Hi drive will ::-:.:.. e luall policy s:r.:s the date of its1 birth— Cpes the gates ai| keep Ibsen :?n." MIMI St<*in To >p.*ak At Sf*r\iee .• %  %  • 1 %  .... N %  H L %  %  %  %  %  %  Roseahouse Runs For Sect In Legislatiire : : '. .._._ I i .. o or -. %  • • %  %  ll-ih H To Hold Pa<-kage Party %  • • Beth EJ anc .:; %  •.:: %  ; %  A:;.! 1' | %  I Hall Stdney H. I %  I • the afu k:tchen f und r: i Kn Max Bappaport and : Palmer, chairmen Plat %  -'~ for its ir.r.„.,: ->-. .-. ;..i... pre* -.-.-. MIM Goldon Wins Huk< Honor JW' Post Xaiiu'x f app rMiiruaiii(-r Temple W oitun To Hold Tea f ti .. P I I rice c i r ; %  • ? : • r: Ben S • itact Rose Horn wa re-eleci dir.: .:' ..-.: lawtallaiBcei ^ Sunday Mi" at 1 3' p rr. =: the Dora A-i %  7 : •-.%  -. Durhan N C S 7 Ut %  .: : %  Ki Tamara Chapter To Hear 4iller. (apt. Gansberg ninent cititens of Israel will s] ..%  -" : M en D Iu< sday April 25 a: :he V:.:^r Hotel :i44 Ocean Drive. They are Paul Gillei and Cap! Or. Gunsberg. now visiting at Miami Beach, who will discuss Tr.e Prohl ." nn nting Inhabitants of Israel ii %  E :' ofiacers will take at the meeting. Nornina:. : office .-elude: presidenl Mrs A Louis Mechlowitz; fir?: lilent, :.:: s PfaOip Bloom: :_ : %  prosier:. Mr; Ja;k h. Kane: third vice presider.:. Albert Rosen: recording secMr; Max Sieraste in: correspemdinsj secretary, lira --: f.nancial secretary. : : %  Lillian Bogdan; lumiuu i ;': ; ? : : : -•Si n n Apr:!. Israelite Center k Forming Hebrew A H-. • • -..-. 7 :; xi 3:; Steffi J elite Cena.l S W .%  .. I Mrs A -z. pn Parth. ation abodl 7 %  ..i.r.vi eye Mrs Irvine S rlinj %  %  • %  %  lea .-:-.:-.: : c %  reeerrati' :• "Story Party" Program Time, Station Changed i i %  %  WDiZ : %  Story 1 Lee M and dramatics teacher The i-ast .sponsored by the .'. Jewish Ed_ j.-ea-.e: M:arr.. Mrs M. for progra.T.; of r Asaociationi aa service of the bureau Mrs, Gordon Appointed To Hospital Committee Harry G rd (MM this %  a member :f the \ A %  > Hospital ttee at P. nta: the W men's Orfanizati n g v : t the National Jewish Welfare Board She was recomi %  %  r the p at bv the Na>al Women s League of the Lnited Synagogue of America. A past president of disi and local Bnai Bnth, men, Mrs. Gordon has been V t*T active :n religious, civic and philanthropic organizations. She ^s a former president of Junior] Hadassah and has served as presii dent of Beth David Sisterhood i for two terms. Frat Alumni To MNJ 7.. :: Alumn Epsi: n F Tuesdj 25. at 8:U tf the C: Hotel, J U -j Beach. president, has] r.. un Plans : national oj :. .-. I in Miami i % % % % % %  : be d.-...^..i Fl... under the -.: -' w r ch iJ Tt-e .ts%  %  =' a "!, HH Jew .-" ty •r, d "*„l %  raphic aejenei *•<* %  *J ^ Synd.cate. Wer owide "*!*7 r^.,o ? 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: lp A Y. APRIL 21, 1950 *Jenisti Fhridlian PAGE SEVENTEEN Ourl ilin Folk By LEON GUTTERMAN HOLLYWOOD Toprankmg Pi„ n picture producer David %  gelznick has purchased screen L u to author John Hersey's k. "The Wall," a novel bed executions. The technique will be that of "inner exposition"—the record of these events as they were perceived by the victims of I on the martyrdom of Polish the trap or as they were conveyed |r.v during the Nazi occupa'-;, lznick tells me the price the novelist is $100,000 M :centage of the picture's 0IW .,nd the property reverts gersey after 25 years. he most unusual angle, how. r is that Selznick under terms the contract gives Hersey the h't to pass on the choice of benwriter, cast and director. a unique concession, ticularly from Selznick, who always been extremely ous of his own right of final rov;.l of any picture in which involved. ,:.-t v. however, stuck to his on the approval angle, i'ming that more important to tha i the money involved was nee that the film about s in the Warsaw ghetto during war be shot—at least the kgrounds—in the actual Warlocale. No request for persion has been yet made. ierwise, Selznick plans to shoot Israel or Italy or both. He start production in the Although "The Wall" is an hievement in scholarship, a jy :n human understanding I a magnificent panorama of ils who, condemned to hunger, ease, torture, and obliteration, her broke down completely or trered even more vividly—belise of the grimness of the bjpet matter—there was only bradic interest by film comues in the property, despite book's phenomenal sale since publication by Alfred Knopf few weeks ago. lznick says he will make "The kll" as panoramic in scope and Dduction as his "Gone With the nd." The form of the motion will follow that of the ^k, and will be produced as a ry. broken and episodic on the rface, which will combine Modrama and intrigue, scenes jdumestic life or social organItion, studies in character depopment, with the group scenes hunger, typhus, mob terror, Elks Install Judge Spaet Judge Harold B. Spaet was installed as the 16th exalted ruler of Elks Lodge 1601 following a banquet at Dave Singer's Restaurant last week. Installed with Judge Spaet during ceremonies at lodge headthrough individual stories. Hersey, who is convinced that human vajues, human feelings, and human experiences are the basic building blocks of writing— no matter how sweeping or seemingly abstract the event written about may be—devoted much of his time to the writing of "The Wall." In fact, he started working on it early in 1945, when, as a correspondent in Russia, he was taken on a tour that included Poland. What he saw in the concentration camps, then being liberated, and in what had once been the ghettos, convinced him that Americans must be told exactly what had happened. A year was devoted to further research here in the United States —talking to survivors, examining material sent to this country, going through translations of thousands of letters and newspapers. After many months of actual writing, the result was an urgent and remarkable book on a grand scale, and one which seizes upon our minds and hearts. • • The "Quiz Kids," who started as a summer radio series 10 years ago and grew into a top ranking radio and television feature, will pass another milestone this week.. It will be the mental moppets' I Edward C. Fogg, III. leading Judge Harold B. Spaet quarters, 720 West Ave., were 500th broadcast. Five To Attend Atlanta Meet Five Miamians are slated to attend the board meeting of the Southern region of Junior Hadassah at the Peachtree Manor Hotel in Atlanta on Saturday and Sunday. April 22 and 23. They are Elaine Sachs, regional first vice president; Miriam Scheinberg, president of the Miami unit; Beverly Raphael, president of the Miami Beach unit; Selma Lewis regional American affairs chairman; Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, regional fund Kanized manhunts, the mass raising chairman. knight; David M. Trau, loyal knight; Marvin Kimmel, lecturing knight; Alan G. Stratton. secretary; and Albert Finkelstein. treasurer. Lou Welch, James P. Wendler. Isaac S. Gold, Val C. Cleary, Sol Meringoff were inducted as member of the board of trustees for five years. Named by Judge Spaet following installation were Lawrence Hoffman, squire; Louis Bertman, inner guard; Robert Henshaw, chaplain; William Brody, justice of the subordinate forum and Saul Nash, organist. Andrew Healey of Coral Gables, district deputy, officiated at the rites, assisted by other Elk officers from all part of the state. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS [Furniture Topi, Bereled Minors and Resilvering Our Specialtr L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUN LOUIS GERBER TRUCKING BOND TRANSFER, Inc. LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE MOVING Phone 2-3144 1812 N. W. 7th Ave. C3S&BI33BE LINDA BRANDS, inc. 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1' 1 ij I 1 PAGE EIGHT >JeisincrMtoIL !" DA£A PRIL Dr. Levin To Present Color Films On Bronchoscopy At Meeting Sunday Color films on the hand..; the bronchoscope in diseases of the voice box. wind-pipe, bron-ehial tubes and food passages will be one of the highlights of the annual met I F ican C liege : Chest Phj as n Sundaj the Hollywood Beach Hotel. The is will be presented by D: N thaniel Levli of the ent:: the conclave, wh held in conjunction with the ,:nual convenl of the Florida Medical Associat. m. Dr. Levin will explain 1 at cancer victim le„ ns : again without a I I %  %  :. /oice box" been removed. The outlook :n cancer of the th: ne of the n : % %  ; %  :.— -._• all types of cancer. Dr. Lvin revealed. The use of the bronchoscope. as well as new cell stud; %  ssible. :.: %  : %  vi r, • list con• ned. or nchos been n extent in no Ions i <--hi n treatment is Dr. Lev i r many was ass son in the I i Bronchos %  | I • Sinai Hospil n vi | int the 5t t its kind in the South. Hi als stafi H Pratt G n ral H i\ ital, D Use of hoi such as aun ;• cin ...... ... of. head and chest its, as • recent rices in the py will be discussed on Sunday's | gram. Other local sped; n the .. am include Dr. M. Jay Flipse, who will pi esidi Dr. Xathaniel Levin round table chest c nference with the following participants: Dr. David Kirsh, X-ray aspects: Dr. David A. Nathan, medical asDr. DeWitt C. Daughtry. ts Di Alexandei ill review the u-. tics. Dr. Levin and Dr. Pli] _.. brief preview of thadio progran n WIOD at 7:30 p.i Sat day. Advanci M licit Sui I 1 I and Dr. Flips I on the medical f Dr. L. ; ting n surgery. >IIIIIA Dinner To Honor Rivkind The Miami Beach Hotel Association will honor Samuel Rivkind. who has served as its president for two terms, at a dinner, Thursday. April 20, at the Saxony Hotel. Dr. David S. Andron. operator of the Towers and Albion Hotels. will be toastmaster and Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker and Hotel C immissioner James Landon will be featured speakers at the celebration. Promotion plans of the association to encourage 1.000.000 new Miami Beach visitors here next season will be outlined by the association officials, including Executive Secretary Samuel Kaplan. Youth oroup Forming The Coi IG We lenter is organizing a club for boys and girls between the ages of 16 and 19. The new unit meets every y at 8:30 p.m. at the center. Additional information may be obtained by calling Helene Bengis at 4-5787 or Dorothy Balber at 48-1604. Annual Meeting Slated The annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is scheduled for May 18. according to an announcement by William D. Singer, president. Singer urged all individuals to keep this date open. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JlIM'MAl. CIRCUIT IV AND FOR DADE CQL'NTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. CATHERINE BUTTER, Plaintiff, vs. HAROLD V. BUTTER, JR., Def.ii'lant. TO: HAROLD V BUTTER, JR. '•'.IT 771it Street, Ozone Park, Long Island, New York. VOL' ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your anawer t" the IIMI of Int "ii the plaintiff** attorney • i. o Iginal .iii-\\ er In th* of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on "i before the 19 day of May, ... the above enl Itled cause foi othej Ise .. I 'ecree Pro I !on, will be pntered against you. Dated t!iis 19 day of April, 1950. E. B WEATHERMAN, Clerk "i" the Clrcutt Court. ,, •Ircull C irt Seal) By M. C. PEIQE, Deputy Clerk. EMANUEL LEVENBON, \• • • • ?..r Plaintiff, a.Building, Miami. Florida. 4 21-28 5 r.-12 IN AND FX)R h, ",'•" 'ii fLORIDA. |N ''", • C$8 24014. In Re; ESTATE OP JOSEPH KARr i >••< eased To AH Creditors and PROBtfS" ''"'• ''''' h of v,,ii notified and r< r V, lms •:' • either ol you, ma: • %  • ll tte of Ji iSEl'H K\'IM;' B '"", I tote of Ulan i:. .' /,' Florida, to th, Count, Judge ,,, ,..„? ,. file the same In hit bounty cou tl ... 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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 1EBY OITEf !h* Mi.undel M rr^iff j| busln< t Gablea Su Cor;.. to rei % %  .mmt of %  • i %  with ihf Clett -f th.i ': % %  I lade Coontr, Florida. i 21-:-; HAItoLD I HB0EI ri_ARENCi ana 5-12-lt For Florida's Future Return For Your Own Future CLAUDE PEPPER to the UNITED [STATES SENATE True Friend of South Florida Nc other senator in Florida's history has taken snch an active and personal interest in the problems of South Florida. It was Claude Pepper who led the fight tc procure the Nautilus Hotel (now the Mt. Sinai Hospital) for the City of Miami Beach. It was he who initiated the program of Flood Control in this area. as well as a number of other key projects of tremendous benefit to the people of South Florida. True Friend of Israel For 14 long years Claude Pepper waged a tireless fight for the establishment of a free and independent nation of Israel. He also worked vigorously for full recognition of the newly established nation, and for the lifting of the arms embargo against it. In addition Claude Pepper was one of the leaders in the successful campaign to eliminate the cuscrhninatory provisions of the 1948 Displaced Persons BUL True Friend of the People Never once during his political career has Claude Pepper sacrificed the rights of the many for the privileges of the special few. His friendship for FDR. his outstanding record of Democratic Party unify, and his constant advocacy of liberal causes are all a matter of record. Throughout the years the people hare always beUered In Claude Pepper because Claude Pepper has always fought to preserve the rights of the people. Pd. Political Ad by the Miami Beach Pepper Committee Harold Turk. Chairman Burnett Roth, Secretary



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FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1950 +-Jeist Fhrkfktr PAGE FIFTEEN ,|WV Post Names Osi| Leader Albert Ossip was elected commander of the Miami Beach Post 0 f the Jewish War Veterans last week. Others named to office were Leonard Tobin, senior vice commander; Dr. Theodore Arvan, junior vice commander; Hylan kout, judge advocate; Burnett Roth, historian; Ed Boylan, chaplain; Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, associate chaplain; Herman Sokolow, oflicer-of-the-day; Sam Barracas, sergeant-at-arms; Dr. Mortimer Abrashkin, post surgeon; Maurice Klein, three-year trustee; Saul T. Von Zamft, oneyear trustee. Members of the executive committee include Harriet Gottesman, Frank Gordon, Norman Kout, Edythe Jiser, James McConnell, Dr Martin Robinson, Arthur Selevan and Capt. Gerald P. Soltz. Has Firm Erects &>w Building General headquarters of the Peoples Water and Gas Co. will be moved from Miami Beach. where they have been maintained since 1929. to North Miami by November when a new building is completed. The company, which serves cities from Fort Lauderdale to Miami Beach, is making the move to have a more central location fur its system and for the convenience* of its employes, most of whom live in the northwest section of Miami, H. P. Thomas, vice president, said. Commercial offices will remain in Miami Beach. Ground already has been broken and the building will be completed before Oct. 31, when the gas company's 10-year lease expires on its present headquarters, 1526 Alton Road. It will be a two-story building with 16,500 square feet, on 125th St., west of N.E. Sixth Ave. It will be of modern conventional design, with a marble and keystone front. A showroom and warehouse will be on the first floor and executive offices on the second floor. Officers of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, were installed at ceremonies at the Delano Hotel. In the photo (seated. 1. to r.) Dr. Matthew Drosdoff, president of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges; Jerome Weinkle. first vice president; Sidney Aronovits, president; David Stuzin, second vice president; John Kronenfeld. outgoing president; (rear, 1. to r.) Irving Saal, trustee; Herbert Blume, warden; Sapford Swerdlin. secretary; Milton A. Friedman, trustee; Marvin Rauzin, trustee; Judge William L. Pallot, past president of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council; Bernard Newmark, financial secretary; Edward Newman, assistant monitor; Frank Jaffe, guardian. Not shown are Edward Roth, treasurer, and Alex Cohen and Sam Silver, trustees. —Associated Samuels To Be Commentator Julius Samuels, director of activities of the Miami Jewish Community Center, will be guest commentator at the weekly parent education series of the center on Wednesday, April 26, at 8:15 p.m. Topic will be "Parents Through the Eyes of the Teen-Agers." Samuels will develop the subject through the use of a recording obtained through the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida. Home Auxiliary Slates Election Election of officers will be held at the meeting of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged on Tuesday. April 25, at 12:30 p.m. at Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St., according to Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president. Miss Clara Goldenberg, chairman of the nominating committee, will take charge of the election. Following the meeting, members of the board will be hostesses at a reception for members and guests. Mrs. Harry Danziger, Mrs Max Greenberg and Mrs. Helen Sparber are in charge of arrangements. The program, which is being planned by Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Grossberg Elected To Phi Beta Kappa Sidney E. Grossberg, recently accepted at the Emory University School of Medicine, has returned from Emory, where he had just been elected to Phi Beta Kappa, national scholastic honorary soc iety. Active in extra-curricula r work, he was president of the Emory Independent S t u dents' Association and vice president of the Hillel Foundation which he represented on the council of the will feature Murray Phillips, who I Emory Christian Association. He tm :M 1 e*t* itr T*Vt*\ A mav infirm I • :_ *l. n s CHOCK-FULL OF V Oil is billed as "The American Balladeer," a radio, television and recording artist, who apepars weekly as the Wanderer on station WTVJ. Dr. Gerson Takes Over Nassau Hotel Dr. George J. Gerson of Coral Gables, revealed that he assumed control of the Fort Montagu Beach hotel this week. Dr. Gerson, for more than 12 years the optometrist in Burdine's Department store, said the deal was made by the firm of Gordon, Ltd., of which he is sole owner. Dr. Gerson's wife, Ethel, is with him in Nassau. His mother, Mrs. Louis Gerson, lives at 2192 Alton Rd„ Miami Beach. Ptoneer Jewish Camp of the South CAMP OSCEOLA_ FOR BOYS On Lake Osceola Hendersonville, N. C. FOR GIRLS On Silver Lake Horse Shoe, N. C. REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED FOR A 4 WEEK SESSION OR THE 8 WEEK SEASON • Private Swimming Pools • Rich. Cultural Program • An Lake Activities • Sabbath Services • Resident Medical Staff • or ?' b k ,J?' d r in ? nort • Seasoned Mature Counselors • YJL r ,£<} u,door s P rt9 CALL OWNERS AND DIRECTORS: HERBERT SILVER. B.S. IN ED.: M. ED. BELLE SEGAL SILVER. L. I.; B. A. 950 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach Telephone 5-5975 or 5-4239 has also been active in the Emory Players the Debtate Forum, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon honor society and the Freshman Orientation Committee. Past president of the local Aleph Zadik Aleph and past regional secretary to that organization, he is staying with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Grossberg, 212 S.W. 20th Road. Removal Of Segregation In Education Asked ATLANTA, (JTA) — Removal of all segregation laws in education was demanded here this week in a resolution adopted unanimously by 225 educators representing 116 colleges and universities in the South. The resolution was approved at a conference which is considered to be the first of its kind ever DRINK PLENTY OF ffcripure Water CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE. 75c DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME 'TOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4128 LISTEN TO MIAMI'S ONLY GAL HILLBILLY DISC JOCKEY D0VEY STARK 5:00 • 6:00 P.M. ENJOY DOVEY'S HOME SPUN CHATTER AND HER SELECTION OF MUSIC More and More—Your Favorite Station For Music and News GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hv your roof repaired now; you will aava on a now roof latar "Satiafaotory Work by Experienced Man" 414 •• w. 22nd Avanuw PHONE 4-MSO LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL rEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR BROADCAST NOW FIVE TIMES WEEKLY FROM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY AT 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. 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PAGE TEN Jteftftflnr*fag FRIDAY, APRIL 21 pj Slum Clearance Groap Will Meet A general meeting of the group fighting to force low cost government housing and federally financed slum clearance by the city con-.r.-.:ssion was announced for next Saturday by Abe ATOBOritt, who reported the drive "already over the top." At the Saturday meeting. %  -.eduled for 10 a.m. at the downI mi YWCA. ail % % % %  rkers will be asked to turn in thj pet."., r".hey have ix-vr. ..:.-..-.".ing during ecent we Undei th< initiative petiti r. section of the city chart city nunissi n must either adopt 1 .:' ::.: signatures :I I p ent I the n petition Or. : :asions the city miss lown a $10.000.000 federal I cost devc. ;. eni which nld (oil slum clearance Both times the asui e was i< fe ate i by the v tea .: Maj i W M Woliarth and C mmissi :.-.:• Louie 3ar.de; and William W Charles, while d mnussi n Robert L Fl yd and Perrine Palme i Ji 1 Light I its passage WANTED Room, Board for Mother and Care of 6 Year Old School Girl Call 58-6051 N. Mrs. Deutsch Dies At 41 Obituaries Mr? Adel:ne Deutsch. 41. passed away suddenly at a local tal on Wednesday. April 12 A resides! of Miami for the past ten years, coming here from New York. Mrs iitsch lived at 3502 S W. 15th St She was member of the .. r d o f d i %  i of t h c Sisterhood I the :' J c W -• h gati : ; nbe: of I h t >. uthw i st Civic Nati a :-.a thei religi us, civic ... nizati ns Surviv rs include her husband. ... daughter, Myra: a son. her m thei Mrs Jennie Halpem; ;ri sister. Mrs Estellc Seiferl f New V :.-; S vices were held at the Miimi Riv< %  pel with interment a: Mount Nebo with Rabb: ".'. rr.^ 5k >p officiating .'..'GEORGE G AOLER .. ..::%• Venetlaa Waj • bIMren. sir* i Si • a %  %  v r .... %  hapel. %  LEO KAY •:--• •-' %  '•> %  %  • • • %  %  %  Ai .. %  %  %  • %  %  R BENJAMIN BENSON SILBERMINTZ • H, aughter. Mrs. ........ ,,nd intern--M 0} %  • %  %  Former VACUUM.OR ENCYCLOPEDIA Salesmen or Women Wonderful Opportunity Apply between 9-10 A.M. 1260 S.W. 22nd St. Rm. 1 J. Braun. Mgr. SUBLET MIAMI BEACH Going North. Will sublet al sacrifice unusual 2-bedroom 2-bath apt. May 1-Sept. 1 or longer. 2 Perches—Large Cedar Closets. CALL 86-2780 "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than rich.ee." P-:-. f-ri GORDON' FUNERAL -HOMESYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME i ouncil Women To Seat Leaders Installation of officers of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women will be held at a continental brunch at the Saxony Hotel at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday. May 3. Chairman of the event will be Mrs Sydney L. Weintraub who will also serve as mistress of ceremonies. Installing officer will be Mrs. Morris Skop. Mrs Aaron Farr has been reelected president. First vice president :s Mrs. Alexander Libow: second vice president. Mrs. Leonard Beldner and third vice president. Mrs. Julius A. Oshlag. Elected board members will also be installed. Mrs. Lewis Brown. long time resident, will give the invocation. The program will feature students from the Ring Theatre f the University of Miami, who will present variety acts. Reservations may be made by Ding Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. 3-6789. Mrs Morton Greenwood. 86-5569 and Mrs. Irving Hirsch. 5-T370 When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time j To Buy Some For 25 years the r.i~e GORDON has beer, associated with service :; Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful families GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 53431 or 9-1435 JOS. L. PLT7MMEH UP SET S^ACH Alka-Seltzer AT ALL DRUG STORES VAX KASANOF • s.W list Ti r : %  •>--• • % %  :. here from ... rvived by bto %  %  %  •• i ton MorrU M ami Beai b. .. .. u n and Mrs. Ber. •lark*burn, u \ %  .... -.. %  %  %  !. Kapland. M R -. %  %  • were bel ,. :•. Rabbi Max Sh •• • %  %  Jewish section of Uawi %  %  > VICTORlAL KURTZ s;. of :S3 Mtb Bt., paaaed away April 14 at h*r home where she lived win for daneliter, Mrs Pearl Hyman. A l for H years, Mrs. Kurtx came rom Philadelphia. Senrtcej were held at Gordon F-jneral Home, follow;r. e whuh the remains were sent Id Philadelphia for interment. MRS MINNIE BECK Of &570 Nautilus Drive, a i • f,,r five year*, cming fr.im ''.'J-. r| pawed .•..:• on April IS. The • were .-.-nt to HcKceai in %  .. %  %  .and Interment oy Riverside Memorial Chapel of Miami ISIDOR OPPENHEIM .' | ,,r. Prive. passed aa> Api : %  A wli ter visitor from Brooklyn, the rema ni were s-nt to New fork for sen ei and interment by Riverside Memorial '"hapel of Miami • penhelm was survived :.> hl> wife, Hannah, one son and che daughter. HYMAN S.TUART KAPLAN <•.''• N Bay K'ad. a resident ,f Mian Bea h who came here five vears ago from New York, passed kway on April IT. Services were held, on Wednesday at the Riverside | Pull Lever 27-A. For Common Sense Way to: GARNER S28,000,000 Revenue ELIMINATE Sales Tax. Bookies and Syndicated Racketeers— WITHOUT Legalized Gambling. By Adopting: ROSENHOUSE BOOKIE BUSTER BILL PLAN" Establish sufficient pari mutual sub-stations within 75 miles radius (Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Cour.t-.es wired directly to Totalizer at Track the same cs at BOOTHS" within track enclosure, which will record all play on or off track on "TOTO BOARD" same as at track. Track "TOTE BOARD" to be televised ct each SUBSTATION so wagerers able to see change of odds and crr.ount of play same as at track. Substations to be operated by employees of track I not private licensees) under Racing Commission supervision under same rules as booths at track — hence "NO POLITICS." Only short amendment to Fla. Statutes Sec. 550.16 r. • • -.-.: ;.' M. H. Rosenhouse Miami. Telephone 3-5418 915 Olympia Building fThe Bookie Buster Candidate for Legislature Group 3) Seasoned Lawyer 25 years active Miami practice. Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with IlabW I>eon Kronish oHWMW. Bjtjri ment followed in Mt N ebo Cemetery. MRS DINA BERCER 76. of 1001 'olllns Ave.. passed awa> 'r.n Ai.e" :• A winter visitor from U,, Mrs. Berger I. survived by her bssbsnd, Hyman, three s-.ns and four daughters The remain* were f..r services and In..,,. b) RIvenMa Memorial il",:. -a. Chap el. Mia mi Beach. JULIUS GARFUNKEL j II. of MIS S.W Ird Ave. passed th *w W n-r^ • .:.-• Is i % %  %  %  %  j his wlf gannla ion Herbert, of Miami Beaeh The remain* ••>•• sent to New Wk by Beach Memorial Chanel, Miami MURRAY SAKS ,.; ..,.,.., away suddenly In a local •, lie is survived bj hi* fe, ... 1 • %  emalni jnt to I B< Memo il' hapel i: i d, JENNIE KRIEGLER c: ,•• • leffersoi Ave a :• ( ,, r j,, .... ,. i ,-.^.i .,:.> this ... 18U n ved b> her daual U 1 MIGertm li K i ifman, Mrs. Pauline 5,1 sa I .-'Swilling. The re,..,.. (ent to Waterl,ur> .. and Interment bj Bei ii II ( '••" %  Alton Road. Coulton Bros. 'Where a Friend in .v eed Friend Indeed." Accidents WILL HADPEN CHARLES BERNARD HEINICK ii Akron. 'hi,.. ;....--• I a wa> iddenly on Apul 16. He M %  urvived bj hi* parents, Mr. and MrM.ix ; Akron. a jay. also of Akron; foui .-. Mrs Adolph Brown of Miami. Un Dorothy Green, Akron Mrs. Esther Leebau, Younestown and Mrs. Mildred Beck, of Akron. The remain* nt to Ohio for interment D> Gordon Funeral Home. let us fix:*^ Completv P a i n t & ttody Shop Our stoH is capable of handling any job, whether it U a wreck or a dent. Prices are very reasonable and work U guaranteed. Estimates cheerholly given. One trial and you will be convinced. STOP IN AND SEE US. S. W. 8th St. and 8lh Ct On the T-a i Ph. 3-2244 Ph. 2-6652 SAMUEL FISHER f,f tt00 S.W. ".th St.. a resident for six months, passtd away In a local ,:. He is survived by his wife. Sadie. The remains were sent to .\ew York for services and interment by B. Memorial Chapel, 1*50 Alton Road. i l^ ^OGUST BROS Rw Is the V&ST KM] FIRST RACE 8H0 P.M. II RACES NITELY • DAILY DOUBLE 1st 2nd QttlNIELAS EVERY RACE N!7UY (Except Sundays) Gate. 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HDAY. APRIL 21, 1950 vJewlsti fhtridiar PAGE SEVEN ersonally Speaking... Dr. and Mrs. Jules Kranz. 3782 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach, left this week for Brooklyn, N. Y., where they will 3 end the summer. En route they will stop in Washington. D. C, ; v isit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter EhjmenthaL Mrs. Yetta Davidson, member of Pioneer Women Club No. iv/o, recently returned from New York, where she bade fareweli her son, Uryon, and his wife, who departed for Israel. They fill settle in the Kibbutz Beth Ashita. Max Mintzer has returned from the hospital and is now ecuperating at his home, 1843 S.W. 9th St. He was recently fisited by his son, Joseph, student at the University of Florida in Uainesville, and his daughter, Mrs. Helen Halperin of McRae, •a. Mrs. Etha Beck was hostess to a group of 40 friends at her ,ome, 2331 S.W. 19th St. Proceeds from the party went to imaranth Laurel Court 11. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Beer, 4343 North Bay Road, are leaving Jhortly for an early spring vacation in Norwich, Conn. In June hey will go to California, where Dr. Beer will attend an Amerilan Medical Association convention. From there they will kroceed to Europe. England, France, Italy and Austria will be In their itinerary. -K Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Freefield, 1416 Alton Road, Miami keach, announce the birth of a daughter, Sandra Esther, at Mt. kinai Hospital on April 14. The mother is the former Marian lerman. + Mr. and Mrs. William Mirsky of Fresh Meadows, Long tod, N. Y., are guests at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach. /hile here they are visiting Mrs. Mirsky's brother and sistera-law, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Waldman, 2400 S.W. 12th St., and heir aunt, Mrs. F. Harris, Cleveland, who is vacationing here. '. family reunion is being planned. Announcing the birth of a daughter, Vallie Jeane, are 4r. and Mrs. Labe B. Mell, 1819 S.W. 7th St. Mrs. Mell is the brmer Lorraine Klapper of Moodus, Conn. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Minna R. Mell, 2273 S.W. 12th St. Miss Golda Lewis is spending the summer at the Monroe lowers Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Wolfe of Philadelphia, Pa.., are guests the Delmonico Hotel. They are visitina their son and auqhter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfe. The Philadelphians i( be here for two weeks. %  A dinner party at the Delmonico Hotel Sunday evening snored Mrs. Meyer Keilson on the occasion of her birthday. mono; the guests were Mrs. Keilson's sister, Mrs. Levi Rokeach, IW York, who has been visitina the Keilsons, and Mr. and %  s. Barnett Tanenbaum, their daughter's in-laws, who reside Normandy Isle. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gruber of Baltimore, Md.. and Mrs. erman Isaacson and daughter, Rosalie, of New York, recently turned to their homes after vacationing in Miami Beach. Mrs. Tuber and Mrs. Isaacson are the daughters of the Rev. and W. Kalman Shapiro and the sisters of Rabbi Max Shapiro, who Itertamed the visitors during their visit. Mona Schrold Becomes Mrs. Sy Shapiro In Garden Ceremony At Lord Tarleton Wearing a gown of bud pink chiffon, Miss Mona Schrold beP earl trlm at the neckline. Both came the bride of Sy Shapiro on wore orchids. Sunday at 7 p.m. The couple The newly weds are motoring to exchanged vows and rings in the California and Acapulco, Mexico, for their wedding trip. They will ^1^^ be at home after May 15 at 193 North Shore Drive. The former Miss Schrold attended Jamaica Training School in Jamaica, L. I., Pratt Institute and is a member of Phi Epsilon Delta. Mr. Shapiro, who is in the publicity business in Miami Beach, attended Brooklyn College and Rice Institute. Formerly with the Florida Sun, he is a member of the Variety Club. Besides the Schrolds and the Shapiros, out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shapiro, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker, Tucson, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burgli. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seed, Chicago; Manie Saks, New York. Mrs. Sy Shapiro garden of the Lord Tarleton Hotel, Miami Beach. The service was followed by a reception in the hotel. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schrold, Brighton Beach, N. Y., the bride complimented her gown, which featured a square neckline trimmed with petals, with a cap of pink petals, silk veil and pink nosegay. Miss Myra Schrold served as maid of honor for her sister in blue lace with a green underskirt and carried a white nosegay trimmed with green lace. William Shapiro, Brooklyn, was his brother's best man. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Elias Shapiro, Brooklyn. Moishe Oysher, internationally known liturgical singer, was cantor for the ceremony. Rabbi Irviftg Lehrman officiated. The bride's mother greeted guests in a gown of navy lace trimmed with irridescent blue beads. The elder Mrs. Shapiro wore gray Chantilly lace with Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Peter Glazer, 2462 [ Inagua Ave., announce the en-! gagement of their daughter. Sue,' to Herman Hirsh, son of Mrs. I Pauline Hirsh. 2486 S.W. 16th St.' RECEPTION for Mr. & Mrs. George SMATHERS FRIDAY. APRIL 21 2 P.M. 5 P.M. 5824 Alton Road You're invited SMATHERS For Unil.d States Suitor Paid for by Sniruhcrs tor Banate Committee The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association, Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, informs the public that: Meat Markets without the sign of the GMVH H 1 D 3 displayed are neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad; 1. 2. 3. 4. Chickens without the ring of the GMVH -" T Q a Hotels and Restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet not be Kosher; Chickens with the GMVH ring H "I O 3 are endorsed only are neither supervised r.or endorsed by the Vaad: when they are freshly killed and not when they are frozen. For other information about Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN, Pres. A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. H. SOOTIN, Sec S. 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Day and Night classes. PHYSICIANS' ASSISTANTS & TECHNICIANS SCHOOL 10th YEAR NEW DAY & EVENING CLASSES START APRIL 24th Lectures 8r practice in laboratory technique Short intensive course Well equipped lab. Expert instructors Diplomas. Free placement service Evelyn Abell. M. T., Principal Former graduate i & instructor in a famous Northern School of Laboratory Technique. MIAMI SCHOOL OF NURSING NEW DAY & EVENING CLASSES START APRIL 24th 3 Registered Nurses teach this splendid course. Qualifies with brief experience in practice to pass Fla. State Examination to obtain Slate Certificate and be registered by state as a practical nurse. 2 classes weekly S10 down $5 week Uniform, text, notes, cap, thermometer furnished by school. NEW DENTAL ASSISTANTS SCHOOL OPENS MAY 2 228 N.E. 15th St. Phones 9-3995, 2-0297 After May* 1 all three school, will be located in larger & bolter quarter, at 150-152 N.E. 3rd St. % block oast of Post Offico I \i



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APRIL 21. 1950 +3eistfk*kUa*i PAGE THREE "11 Say... 0 ( books dealing with anti-Semitism are ff the press. To most readers, the pestilent 0 i mers appear as remote as other material *" Kn'nks They are meaningful, however, to ,r /^ who wrestled day by day with the Ameers that threatened the Miami area ,E 3 OUT entrance into the Second World The Anti-Semitic Crusade In Miami Between 1935-1940 ly HARRY SIMONHOFF ling Is in 1033 Hitler attained power. News dis!" !isisted that full scale violence would be T P ,'inst German Jews. On March 19th, giant rations were staged in Madison Square u nrf large Jewish centers the world over. f nl i ; telegram from Stephen S. Wise, we I • it meeting that overflowed Temple Israel. Pnd Ministers joined Rabbis in prayers to liigaster Every one felt that the Nazi victory Eta a perilous era. The revocation of Jewish In Geimany portended similar action in other k„UtS Against Miami Jewry tpnuent events proved our forebodings were Jth-m justified. Yet we did not expect l^bia to strike in our very midst. But f' nU soon discovered their store windows led with stickers picturing a repulsive looking Ecircled with the legend, "To buy from Jews is L the Communism." Its Germanic-English led their origin. Investigation disclosed that the rs followed the docking of German ships in harbor. Then we became aware of secret ,on William Dudley Pelly's Silver Shirt Legion Gaining membership in our vicinity. W. G. hard Jr., began publishing a magazine, Race atioii near Orlando. This rag, screaming Fascist eanda and anti-Semitic smear, edited from ial sent out of Erfurt, Germany, was dised bv a small obstreperous group of would-be -Troopers, calling themselves the White Front. & Wiiirod day we heard that some demagogue was using school auditoriums to spread Roosevelt hate and anti-Semitic virus. We went to the School Board and lodged a complaint. The trustees knew nothing about the speaker nor the venom he spewed forth. They promptly closed all school property to hate peddlers. That evening he left town. Later we learned that he was the notorious Gerald Winrod of Kansas, one of the worst Isolationist, pro-Hitler anti-Semites operating in the U. S. The German Ferry Incident The newspapers carried a casual item that the North German Lloyd would install a ferry to ply between Key West and Havana. Immediately we sensed Hitler's scheme to infiltrate Nazi agents into the U. S. without immigration inspection. Yet the Seaboard Air Line Railroad and the Florida Motor Bus Lines were ready to sign a contract to transport tourists on German boats manned by underpaid Nazi sailors competing against American seamen. We organized a strong protest, and the Bus Line sent their Jewish treasurer, a Mr. Siegel of Jacksonville, to reason with us. We refused to compromise, and threatened a boycott. To our gratification, both agreements were cancelled, but not because of Nazi infiltration of spies or discrimination against U. S. seamen. Raymond J. Healy Incidents began to multiply. In Jimmy Demetree's bar, the Irish Hitler from Chicago, Raymond J. Healy, was spouting the Isolationist Fascist line. Some barroom customers objected to his anti-American implications. A free-for-all ensued, and the police arrested Healy. Charged with disorderly conduct, he was tried in Judge Cecil Curry's City Court. Raymond Healy seized the occasion to deliver a Union Square soap-box tirade. Trembling with fanatic rage, >3 ranted: "When Jesus said, 'Oh, Father, forgive them for they know not what they do,' he did not mean the Jews. The Saviour pointed to the Roman soldiers at the Crucifixion. He never forgave the Jews and never will." Healy served 30 days on the chain gang. Dissension Among the Bundists At this point we decided to employ a detective to watch and report all subversive anti-Democratic activities in the area. Thus we were able to learn that Blanchard was not getting along so well with "Major" Frank Pease, a pro-Fascist scribbler in Coral Gables; that Blanchard had a fight with Raymond Healy; that Lucy Cotton Thomas McGraw, the much married chorus beauty, subsequently Princess Tchicherin. withdrew support lrom the anti-Semitic White Front because she fell out with Blanchard's father in a venture to drill oil in the Everglades. A Near Riot Events were now snowbaling to a climax. I ne White Fronters, clad in the brown shirts, khaki trousers, riding boots, and Sam Brown belts were distributing handbills near the postoffice. Itching for a frontal anti-Jewish attack, they hired a hall in the Allapattah region, and prepared for a mass meeting. The Jewish War Veterans (not yet organized in Florida) were restive and rearing for a fight. Our group met and decided to request police interference before blood was shed. Chief Leslie Quigg called in Blanchard, and the meeting was called off. We paid no further attention until reading the next morning's paper. It seems that no one had informed the hall keeper. Hr therefore, lit up and opened the doors. A crowd piled in expecting a riot. Since there were no speakers, the audience was ready to disband. But a White Fronter named Lyman. handed out literature and made some offensive remarks. A Jewish boy hit him on the head with a billy. Unfortunately, or fortunately, he was caught in the act by the press camera. The papers made a front page story of the incident and rebuked Jews for using the methods of Hitler. But the crest of the anti-Semitic wave was broken. The valiant White Front Storm Troopers were thoroughly cowed. In the hospital, Lyman whined that he narrowly escaped having his head cracked open. With the outbreak of World War II, the antiSemitic crusade in the Miami region degenerated and finally disappeared. kill To Speak [instalation Iph McGill, editor of the Ita Constitution who recently ned from Israel, will be the ppal speaker at the installabf oficers of the Miami Beach I B'nai B'rith, it has been faced bv Chairman Harry •nick. i banquet will be held at the py Hotel on Sunday, May is expected to attract a I attendance. Jill is known as an outjig editorialist and liberal |er. He is the author of a nt series of articles in a local baper. describing his exhces in the State of Israel. Bfrey K. Newman, Miami attorney, will be installed jsident. Jistine Harry Zukernick with Igemenls for the event are |Gold. Saul Genet, Jules P. (ling and Herbert L. Markow. Prof. Hirsch To Read Arthur Miller Play By popular demand, Freedom House will present a second reading of Arthur Miller's prize winning play, "Death of a Salesman," by Prof. Sam Hirsch of the University of Miami Drama Department on Tuesday, April 25, at 8:30 p.m. at the National Hotel. Prof. Hirsch has won acclaim for his readings of "Awake and Sing," "Mad Woman of Chailot" and "Mr. Roberts." Reservations for Tuesday night's performance may be made by calling 5-9783 or 5-4549. Sholom Women Plan Brunch A brunch and games party will be sponsored by Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood of Miami Beach on Wednesday, April 26, at 11:30 a.m. in the banquet hall, according to an announcement by Mrs. Alexander Robbins, president. Mrs. Alex Straus is chairman of this function and Mrs. Jack Lawson is in charge of reservations. All troceeds will be used for the support of Temple Beth Sholom Religious School, the sisterhood's chief project. >ns Law Office %  mas Jean Ellis announces Itablishment of a law office *t St., Miami Beach. Kill Annual ihiloc Concert ireater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus lay, April 23. at 8:30 P.M. Jami Beach High School 1420 Drexel Ave. EN YOMEN, Conductor kRGARET BEN YOMEN at the Piano Featuring ie Greater Miami Jwish Folk Chorus "LUeWUl Conquer 99 (Cantata) Music: J. S. BACH Text: L. MILLER the first lime in Yiddish) Soloists: VTHANIEL SPRINZEN. >r. New York Civic Opera fl-YN SAMUELS. Soprano [On Popular Request: ROZHINKES MIT MANDLEN" (Excerpts from Goldfaden Operettas) for Chorus: M. RAUCH Narration by VTHANIEL BUCHWALD ckets: $1.20 (tax incl.) H. O. (Al) Lasseter PARENTS THE DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD NEEDS EXPERIENCED MEN— —FOR YOUR CHILD'S SAKE —FOR YOUR SAKE RE-ELECT H. 0. (AL) LASSETER Member of Dade County Board of Public Instruction THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE ^ QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER 1961 S.W. 8th Street Complete Stock oi Appetisers and Dairy Products WE NEED PAT CANNON BACK IN CONGRESS GRADE "A" PRODUCTS Help Defeat The Sales Tax Man (Pd. Pol. Adv.) SERVING WEEKLY SPECIALS Breakstones Tub Butter .69lb. Midget Salami .591b. Shmaltz Herring .27 each GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5 5537 Our Delicatessen Department Is Open Every Sunday BEST QUALITY POULTRY AND WESTERN MEATS WE PICKLE OUR OWN CORNED BEEF AND TONGUE PtfV^ftWW^AAVlWk WE DELIVER Phone 82-5001 I ? ^S^-.•>& i**-tv*fft ui-V-.n %  -=•-••*'"' %  %  ^ m ^ m ^ m ^ m ^ m ^ m ^ m W m ^ m ^ m ^ m ^M %  %  %  *• ^H



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\ %  PAGE TWENTY Federation Begins Campaign Cleanup and te. r %  %  %  I1.4S1.14 Serrinf V -irar BT M Soi Gc-.an : %  : u \ T -^' ~_ L Dr -.' %  '..• tRose %  : ------'-, J >e.;r-:rr:;: A: %  ;-; Simonta ft Sarr T-..i:: Ira W a Z %  n Ruska ha:r • t $64 a i en subscribed sine* %  %  2 • -•--' %  %  j short I %  ?... -..-..Ii no. ae forced • tion f % %  J -ish Apjx -" %  %  I %  i: have n \.. • • -----' %  %  r. • : r i : • %  : • r 0** CANADA DRY GmgcrAle / mm m BTTlfJ A R E W. D. BILL (OYCI YOUR COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT Recognized Nationally as an Authority oa Centralized Pvrchasing. V—c %  :• -%  : %  ->.lmlsi-ncridiar_ !" DAY, APRIL 2; -.?<": OBter Men's Cinb Installs Offieers • a J Perimeter. M:am: %  %  = the president of the Men > Cluo ... •,. Beach Jewish Cenun an inst banquet at Hotel r. WednesQg Perlmuttei succeedi Dr Hern a M I --z R, uinrini Learn n installed • %  -.newlj ana rs Highughl • :-%  %  • oa Alan Gal Other jtficen :r.s:a:ir:i were Irving Cvpen, Irving Firtel and 1 w Ibur Wishn< presidents Gilbert Balk-secretary: r. Lake r. and Dr H :: -----. Members of the board of iirect rs include Jac* Burns. So. Goldman. Samuel Herron. Leor s. Irving Schatzman. ... 11 %  Sb-kin Benjamin Snider ana Ge::ge J Tal.ar.off. Food Fair Chain Opens 10th Store In Hollywood Fjod Fair Stores opened their 10th store in the area and the Bret outside of Greater Miami, at 2017 TyV.r St.. Hollywood. Fla.' on Wednesday The building has 100-foot fr r.tage on Tyler St. and is 120 feet deep with a parking area of 21 760 square feet extending from Tyler through to Polk St. The company's traditional tower %  above the building, the top of the sign soaring up 41 feet above the sidewalk. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Win Auto Locks • Latchei SALES SERYin QUICK %  EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. to. Mr] The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH I to [ATI J of ( _-% %  • Happy Birthday? Two yors *9 **'* nonth —ro years ago -%  •tod fears of hope -..:;on and -: Jewish Si Today, I ties flower* • • %  %  --%  a our Y. ISRAEL: ?.Y" Hi:. Israel—ba future rrhdaj bad—ba Happ] t rrhdaj Israel—bat what sbc soar, OM moment in me lives of those ho cannot be happy and who have no call for celebration? Come April 23. the more than 90.000 imIE grants in Israel s reception camps will ask: Two pears I the Jewish State, but why are via; in cents Come April 23. the Jews of Poland, of Rumania, Hungary, Yugoslavia. Czechoslovak and Tripolirania will ask. Two years of Stan but why are we still bete? Come April 23, the homeless Jews still in the DP of Germany, Austria and Italy will ask: Two pears of the Jewish State, but when can we leave these lands? Happj bin I-rael — but if thisisatime for thanks and peering! it is J •* %  rededkarioo; for red. :M *j are still in camps, still bomcless, ailloppjYoucanrrikcth.sarea.HappvB^ for Israel, for its in "tsC* tive newcomers, by grrin< flTm muniry campaign on behalf M Jewish Appeal. kryr *d.* %  Through the United J* A FP*J helped Israel through I 3 of war and peace, ot hop Throuch the United Je %  PP ^ now safecuard the ach.^^ents o.^ij and fulfill the bopes-thr nopo future. Give today. Ghregenerousy %  1950 WE MUST RAISE (L4SL14I Greater Miami Jewish Federation 42C Lincoln Road Phone 58-4331 UNITED JEWISH APPEAL •w i 1ai On Btkalj cf tkt RfstttUmrnt mnd Rtctmstructtcn Pngramt of ffa ^ CemmttUt, I mud PtUUtut Apptak I'mttd Strna frr Mm HENBY MOIUMH.I. Jm^ General Chairman EAL I *****



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%  PAGE EIGHTEEN i! i •Li^i^nnrkH&n Young Peoples Group To Install The Miami Beach Jewish Center Young Peoples Lea?ue will hold its first annual installaLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NuTlc-K IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underfilltiness under the I • • iN DISTRIBUTi >RS si I N Street M F tion dance on Saturday evening. ... N E Uth O urt, M to register sal County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK HARi • % %  % %  F O >YLE ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA MILLER ROSE BLANK KRAMER \: u:: iN FREHLINO MICHAEL BLANK JBR< 'ME BLANK MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN \ : A : : nta t :i-:s a 5-12 D-. L. Fred G NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Ike undersigned. .-ring I -s under thi „:' KNOX DISTRIBUTOl t fc. w. ; gtre< l HIM Florida and at • S E 13th •' %  Mian Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMl'EL BLANK HAROLD F '• %  IYI.E ELIZABETH IU-ANK. THERESA MILLER Ri -•: BLANK KRAMER MARK IN FREHLINO MICHAEL BLANK JEROME BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorney* for Applicants i 21-25 S "--12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN thai .. %  % %  -.: I ia name ol K-A DISTRIBUTORS, at WO N. W. Uth Sti • et, Miami, Fl •• Ida, .. 1221 • N. E. Uth Coui t, Miami, F rida, registi said %  Ith the il | % %  : Dad* PI irlda. SAMl'EL BLANK HAROLD F. O 'VI.!: ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA MILLER Ri >SE BLANK KRAMER MARK IN FREHLING MICHAEL BLANK BRi ME BLANK A: KAPLAN ants April 22, at the Sorrento H tel. 7 be installed as first presirj n1 is Dr. L. Fred G '..iberg. Other fficers I the gi ui Bob S I I. vice president: Alice Ge rsti I rn sp >nd:ng sec%  5 Schermer recordMVERS HEIMAN .:._• | .. Marvin Franicel. 2 ,. 2S treas irer: J an Brick and Ted N. -. epres nt I s-at-large. Installing officei will be Rabbi an. Following the in ing and refreshments will be on the agenda. .. be ebtained at the center school office. 58-2503. or at the office of Dr. Goldberg. 5-1080. QUIZ BOX NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring I i ngage In nines* nder 1 fletlt is n iparl t 1211 Noi Drlv< Miai I %  • nti i I to n Ulster said name with the Clerk of the ::t Court of D ty, Florida. ALFRED LEWIS l'.Ai: LEWIS STANLEY RICHARD Attorney for Applicants 120 Lincoln Road i 21-28 5 5-12 By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Q.: Is the observance of Israel Independence Day reckoned according to the Hebrew or secular calendar? (T.M.. Chicago.) A.: Last year Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog of Israel announced that celebration of the independence of the new Jewish state would be marked on the 5th day of the Hebrew month Iyar. This date occurs this year on Saturday. April 22. the celebration will start Saturday evening at sundown. • • • Q.: Does this date have any religious significance? A : Yes. Last year the Chief Rabbinate ol Israel attached the first i igious signific ana to that • • j ol images — gentween Pass. Sr.avuot .. • ay. Thv fell t. 1 %  I to Lag B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICEI.Mr.llfc.Ki GIVEN that thundersigned, desiring t< encage in thai I•'• siness under the fictitious name of PHYSICIANS PHARMACY, at 1431 North Bayshore Drive, Miami Florida, mtenas to register said name with the Clerk of th.Circuit "•• %  urt of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD WEISS 4 11-2S S 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring l engage in business under thi fictii is i • el [>OCTORS HALL PHARMACY at 3 s E -sth Street. Ml I la, ineglstei B .th the Clerk it the I 111 cult Dade in ty I CHARLES M BROWN WILL1 IM BAR KATZ A FULLER A• : • .; %  _:-.' 5 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that | _. : .,,i. desiring to i ng ... for the Blind at >;> pi mty of Do* %  '"•:!"* ,'; name w.th th.' U-iK or CoUr ... ,,.,.!.. ounty. SVl.VIA SAf.ZMAN I 14-21-29 5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the und. ,„,.. of T\MI.\.MI HOTEL at Wi Bl Flacler Street, Miami, Intend 1 ,;„.. with the Clerk of the Circuit Coug fmd£Cou„ty. 1 HERMAN SCHULMAN Part: HARRY P1ETZ Attorney f"i applicant 1 31 4 f-14-21 • NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY. EI/iRIDA.—No. 22710. RE: ESTATE OF MARY JAFFE, formerly MARY .1AFFK OREEN, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed rny final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of Mary Jaffe. formerly Mary Jaffe Oreen, deceased! and that on the ."'th day of May, IMO, will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blnnton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, f'.r approval of said final report and for final discharge ns Executrix of the Estate Of -Mary Jaffe, formerly Mary Jaffe Oreen, deceased. This Srd day of April, 19S0. JOAN ANN SILVER. Bxeoutrix of the Est. of Mary Jaffe, formerly Mary Jaffe Qreen, deceased. ELRY STONE Attorney for Executrix Congress Bide. 4/7-14-21-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring,to engage in business under the fictitious nanj" PARK BAR AND CRILI. at ISTl West Flaxlt-r Street, intends to register saia name with the Clerk of the circuit i-ourt of Dade County, Horicla. WILLIAM J. BOISH Bole Owner MYF.RS. HEIMAN AND KAPLAN Attorneys for William J. Bolsh 4 7-14-21-28 a •'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ..... U n li • th< fictitious name of SUPERIOR WINDOW CO. at Dade County, Florida, Intend toreglatei said Maine with the Clerk of the i %  'ounty, Fi'.i Ida, A I. BRENNER HARVEY BRENNER EDWARD CDELSON Pa rtni ri MARX FABER for appll ants ; :-:i-. -.• NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, — IN CHANCERY, No. ISIS 9, BARBARA CLEMENT, Plaintiff, vs. EUGENE CLEMENT, Defendant. YOU, EUGENE CLEMENT, c o Hyde Park Arms H tel J165 South Harper Street C ago, Illinois ai hi reby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce hat been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy "f your Answei or Pleading t" the Bill "f c.mplaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. MAX R SILVER. 922 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the ,.f:i. .• of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1'ith day of May. ISC." If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against yon for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DON'K AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 11 day of April. A.D. 1S50. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. MAX R SILVER 922 Seybold Building Miami. Florida Attornev for Plaintiff 4/14-21-2S o/a STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. LEGAL NOTICE SOTiCE NDER F CTITlOLS NAVE LAW ; • • • %  of T >WN VINTNERS I S W. ".'%  ".--' %  %  .• % %  %  %  • %  ( Dade F SAMUEL BLANK fLE ZABETH BLANK THERESA MILL Ri T-r. BLANK KRAMER %  • \ %  FRE1 S'G MICHAEL BLANK >ME BLANK MYERS HEIMAN A. KAPLAN f-,r Appll ints ; 21-21 '.-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS NAME LAW %  • tinea e of Mi .. •• :':. %  EIN %  •21-2 NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW %  %  %  indi • fin • .. • %  N ": RMAN RASHINS I 14-21-2! %  • ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. Fl.i'Kll'A. — IN CHANCERY, No. Uissi ELAINE GOODFRIEND, Plaintiff, vs. SEYMOUR M GOODFRIEND, De' %  nd ni TO SEY'MOUR M GOODFRIEND PALISADE VVENUE WEST NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY ALL HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED too servi a copy of tiff's l : of I i ipy .,f I '...-..' Ith, t>, the tiffs file the if th< the Clrculi Couri li County, F.orl the 9 daj of %  therwir •ED AT MIAMI. FLORIDA, This • A K B LEATHERMAN, lit Coui I Circuit • Seal) WM. W. STi • %  "KING, Deputy Clerk LAN, DIETZ & l.ASKY EPH W. MALEK n iln Road Solicitors I Plaintiff •4 :(-::-.NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JIIXiE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE No. 23893. In"Re ESTATE OF THOMAS D. ABBOTT, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the olalof THOMAS D. ABBOTT, rtcl. late Of Miami. Dade County, to the Hon. W. F P.lanton. County Judge Of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County. I, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and ted as aforesaid, or same will be barred Bee Bection 120 of the Probate Act. Date April 4, A D. 1980 JACK A AIUIOTT and BERNARD L, ABBoTT As Exei utors of the Last Will and T.stament of Thomas D. Abbott I lei ,-ased. JACK A. ABBOTT Attornev for Executors 4 -,-n-i\-2s LEGAL "OTlCEj IN 588^*$&j Defendant M 'l"l York Usj Defendant. "• i-o.-i i i H21 Qi %  Bronx. \. u Yn\a Bii agai cause to serve the Bill oi ,taif 0W M tiffs attorned r "r ,"" ti!l in the %  Court on or m *?i '•' % % % %  mm nt on J i I 1950." '" "' 9HI DATED ; • v ,„,. „ day of Mai ki) the Eleventh^ : (Circuit Couri Seal) ^'' 'lW Miami. rTorSL ld "* 3/31 4/7-14-11 N0TICE N u A N M i R L ;> SRft NOTICf; business Coron Mlam d| NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRC1IT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY*. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY", No 131684. VIVIAN POLLOCK WILLIAMS. Plaintiff. VS. OLIVER WENDELL WILLIAMS'. Defendant. T": OLIVER WENDELL WILLIAMS. S27 Edgewood Avenue. Trenton. New Jersey. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint In the above cause tor Divorce, on the plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before May *>lh. 1950. otherwise said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed bv you. Dated this 4th day of April. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, iCircuit Court Seal) Bv WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Solicitors for Plaintiff. 550 Seybold Building, Miami S2. Florida. 4/7-14-21-28 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridian woBeits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage 42nd guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 lor messenger NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N 1 '"" IS HERE IN that %  .. •' flctil %  t %  ::•• %  1 Lai • N •' %  Fla.. in1th the f Dade Florida. CIS B. RICHMAN I4-21-2NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dee. K ,g f j n business under the fictitious name of LAIBSON MENU BERV1CE at 343 S W North River Drive. Miami. Fla ir.tends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MARTIN LAIBSON Owner tiff S.W 27ih Lane, Miami Fla 4 7-14-21-2S NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT "r FLORIDA IN AND FIR DADE STY IN CHANCERY, No KATHERINE WYNER, Plaintiff, vs. BERNARD WYNER, Defendant. i' BERNARD WYNER %  n< • Unknown BERNARD WYNER c o Dorothy Rubin Ashevllie, North Carolina V,u. BERNARD WYNER. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint ror Divorce has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copv Answer or Pleadlnr to the NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOP. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 131535. MARY COMBLO Plaintiff, vs. FRANK COMBLO, Defendant. T' I: FRANK COMBLO, 112 Wi shington Btreet, Mamaroneck, New York. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Bill 1 mplalnt for divorce has been filed • you '" the above Ired to serve •> 001 Answer on the plaintiff's atand file the original In the 1 f the I !lei k Of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Sth day of April, I9S0; otherwise the allegations nf -.,i I BUI ,.i" Complaint will be taken -. 1 by you, DATED this Mth day of March, E P. LEATHERMAN. Clerk nf the Circuit Court. .it Court Seal) By \v\i. w. ... • l retary 3/31 4 :-'.!....... • NOTICE UNDER F| C m NAME LAW r leslrlnc to I Avei pi ./,. %  with 'th" %  Coun of „* EVELYN B IZL LIUP.K AXU-.O'D LIEBMAN^K" v licuti o 01 4 -li-";! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOtsl „ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEKV .;ivn| thi '''•''_ A I. A II SALES FlloJlVina C.:."i S.W i;th Street. Miami,I intends to reglMrr Mid name_ Clerk of thCircuit Court %  County, Florida. ALFRED APLER MARTIN FIXKELSTE/.V Attorney for Alfred .4dl*r 4/14-21-2.' i i NOTICE B 1 ?UBUCI>t\0H IN Tin: CIRCUIT conn ori ELEVENTH Jl'WCUL CU OF FI.i 'RII'A, IX ASD IMP. I C< "t'NTY. -IXCHASCBfl 13I71S. ALOIS SEIER, Plaintiff, n. ROS1NA SEIER. Maial YOU, ROSINA SE1ER. Perl. Box S4J, Route 1 Callforn.,. are hereby notllMI^ Bill of Complaint for Di been filed against yon, required to serve 1 MW %  Answer or Pleadlne to tie I Complaint on the plaintiff!AH MAX P.. SILVER ta S notified and required rf claims and demands ,, in Dade Counts |M calendar months *£,,!* ,.n t hfl and to^, w n imbeT 1 n r'r'ed. S Ae'''^ 1933 Prntote Art„.Mjl| •" Ma ^oRY ;H^I A Executors '^ |0 MVKRrfe*sa demands tp enpSJ, of the claimant ,-llle'l S bol -„,r'eie=uwS o:.f Attorney; 14-21-28 5 for exec



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•("^•••HS **:>: --X. PAGE SIX +Je*lsi>nar*lk*ri %  ra^AY. APR! 21, Surprise Party Given A surprise party in honor of the fortieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Jack Oxman. Philadelphia, was given by Mrs. Oxman's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff. 3D Sunday at 3201 S.W. 13th St. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brand. Mr. and Mrs Dave Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Hiller Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Komorotf, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chenkow, Mr. and Mrs. S. Sharoff, Mrs S. Seltzer. Mrs. Sally Kern. Mrs. Lena Waintraub. Mrs. Jennie Shucher and son and Mrs. Sadie Siaw. Hadassah I 'nil Plans Shower The Miami Business and Professional Division of Had.--.;. :planning a linen shower to be | held at'the home of Miss Betty | Kandel. 4355 N. Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, en Sunday evening, j April *22. Admission will be by | donation of a baby linen gift to be sent to Israel. At the last business meeting, a %  slate of members nominated for office for the next term, was present y Fanny Levitt, chair| mar. I th n iminating committee. Elections will take place at the next business meeting in May. ARTHUR MURRAY Nancy Hirsch Xancv Hirsch Plans June Garden Rites Planning a June garden wedding is Miss Nancy Hirsch. whose engagement to Irwin D. Rubin, son of the Raymond Rubins. 5965 Adams Ave.. Miami Beach. The bride-elect attended high school in Atlanta, the University of Wisconsin and was graduated from the University of Miami last June. She was active in extracurricular activities and was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi | sorority. For the past year she has been an instructor at Nautilus Elementary School. Mr. Rubin, a graduate of River' side Military Academy. Gainesville. Ga.. attended the University j of Miami. He served four years' in the air force and since his discharge has been engaged in the real estate and construction business. Lillian Steen Wed In White Organdy At home at 122 Antiquera Ave.. Coral Gables, are Mr. and Mrs. Milt Milter, whose marriage was an event of March 18. The couple exchanged vows in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Steen. 5172 S.W. 4th St., before Rabbi Morris A. Skop. For her wedding the former | Miss Lillian Steen chose a white embroidered organdy gown, an illusion veil secured by a cloche headpiece and carried a bible adorned with white orchids. She was given in marriage by her father. Maid of honor was Miss Arlene Broude. Brookline, Mass., who wore navy sheer. Fred K. Shochet was best man for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mitler, North Bergen. N. J. The bride, known professionally as Dona Dane, is star of the ( WTVJ Monday night program. '•To Thee I Sing." Mr. Mitler is program director for station WTTT and producer-writer for WTVJ. Betrothal Armour Mrs. Anne Kor, nde J ,nounced the betrothal daughter, P hoob( ^ Hecker, son of Mr a J Harry Hecker. 4761 JJ Terr. A cocktail party „-". I by her molhor at \£g Ave nt OnApr ll9inhono ^ The bride-elect to*; University of M?a%3 uate in February.'^ 1 member of P h S i R nV' ^Jh Pan American CheS^ A winter wedding if^ Shirley Simons 'On several occasions I have travelled under the guidance of FARH TOURS, and each time I was greatly impressed, principally because I noticed that FARR TOURS insists on and delivers their sen is in the same I idition irtesy and ncy on which insist in wn %  • ..:-." FAKR 'A F %  Name %  Travel" Barbara Ruth Syrkin To Wed Kenneth Schwartz The betrothal of Miss Barbara Ruth Syrk'in to Kenneth Jay Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Schwartz. 2938 S.W. 18th St.. has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Syrkin. Mt. Vernon. N. Y. Th( prospective bridegroom is a senior at the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce at the University of Pennsylvania and is a member of Beta Sigma Rho fraternity. During the war. he served with the Sixth Marine Division in the Pacific Theatre. Miss Syrkin attended Mt. Ida College in Newton. Mass.. and Drexel Institute of Technology in Philadelphia. The wedding will take place in June and the couple will live in Philadelphia. Shirley Simons Pledged To Alan Stuart Kahn The betrothal of Miss Shirley Simons, to Alan Stuart Kahn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Kahn, 802 S.W. 26th Road, has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Seymour Simons. Detroit, Mich. Mr. Kahn graduated from the University of Michigan, where he was president of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. An air force veteran, he is associated with his grand father and father in B. S. Kahn and Co., local dress manufacturers. His fiancee, daughter of the late Seymour Simons, was graduated from Miss Newman';. School for Girls and the University of Michigan, where she was a member of Alpha Kappa Delta, national honorary sociological society. She is associated with the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit as director of the junior division of the Allied Jewish Campaign. Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Hyman W* Atlanta. Ga announce marriage of their daughteI Mr. and Mrs. David Ha ho £u2 474 Sw anson Ave The bndem-r.om graduated! the University of Miami, September and is await !" ceptance at medical school The couple will reside Miami. c DR. L. FREDERIC! GOLDBERG formerly of 515 N.E. 15th St Announces The removal of his offices b 605 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Suite 306 Phone H Prior to her marriage Sunday. Mrs. Jack M. Bargoon was Miss Merle Joan Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis D. Goldberg. 2995 S.W. 19th St. For the ceremony in the Essex House. Newark. N. J.. the bride wore a champagne tissue faille, taupe accessories and carried orchids on a white bible. Mrs. Melvin J. Herman was her sister's matron of honor; Miss Carol Beth GlassIon, bridesmaid. Robert Bargoon was best man for his brother. 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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jmi*ii Ffrridtiftri raiDAY. APRIL %  -#tc#T ... ffm j4mvUca -XMtfr ...*?*% 'pUtida %  Xtftfr A* Au netvid.f RIGHT. He will represent all the People of Florida In the U. S. Senate faithful!. and fairly. RIGHT. On Social Security. He's In favor of a realistic prop-am of old age pensions for our senior citizens. He voted to extend and expand the Social Security for the aged, blind, needv. and dependent children. RIGHT. On Farm Parity. He's in favor of a farm program that will assist :he small th: farmer. He voted for the 90 per cent farm parity program. RIGHT On Wage and Hour. He believes In labor unlor and collective bargaining ?-nd a high mlnirr.rm wage which provide* purchasing poue-. He voted for the 75 ccr.: minimum wage. RIGHT. He 1il continue his light for A". a .' the democratic principles of Government on which our Nation was founded. CHI SMATHERS Far IsMStstM rS fl re t f--3< iJ O-il* Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 Israeli Newsletter Bv ADA OREN TEL AVIV—A few weeks ago the first class of young men and women in Israel was drafted into the armed services under the newpeace time service regulations. The regulations provide for two years for all young people except married women and those girls [ who register as conscientious objectors for religious reasons. Since many girls have been using this escape clause, the government will soon offer alternative occuI pations of public value to all conscientious objectors. Meanwhile. Hapoel Hamizrachi obliges its girl members to volunteer for two years' agricultural work in development areas under the auspices of religious settlers' units. The clause was meant to be used chiefly by non-Jewish women citizens, but as a matter of practice members of minority groups ^gre not being recruited at all. This is the only possible formulation in view of the uncertain official nationality of most of the population, which.generally acts as full citizens with the right to vote in all elections irrespective • of their passports. Under these circumstances the public has little understanding for those of its members who recall their foreign citizenship only when faced with the draft and even enlist the assistance of the diplomatic representatives of their erstwhile countries to keep them out of the army. In the original national service bill all recruits were to have been sent to outlying villages for nine months of agricultural training after a few months of basic training except those who are accepted for the navy or the air force. But the law had to be amended to permit the exemption from farm training of all personnel whom the authorities conj sider necessary for army duty, as there now exists an acute lack of trained men and women in many fields. The kibbutzim failed to get through the Knesset an amendment empowering the closely knit communities to decide for themselves which of their members could be spared for military service at any one time within the limits of a quota, as was the custom in the days of the Jewish Brigade and Palmach service. The quota system for kibbutzim is still in force only for exemptions and deferment of service because of employment on vital work. Normally no more than 12 percent of any kibbutzim population of military and reserve age will be required to serve at any one time. Beside the regular draft of the 1932 class the army is also inducting all those able bodied men under thirty and unmarried women under 26 who did not serve during the war because they were :. vital occupations or were newly arrived immigrants. The term of service of such personnel is shorter. Service in Hcganah and other units prior to the official establishment of the Israel Army :s recognized as of January 19-io. Unfoilunately, it n rt been found possible to consider as having served their term, men and women who may have spent several years in the Jewish Brigade or in the various : illegal local formations. They cannot be saved the hardship of another spell of service because their experience is indispensable. Recruiting on a voluntary basis for the professional army continues. Women are not much in demand, except those skilled ones who stay on after completion of i their compulsory term. For all %  skilled personnel the age limit is I forty. The new frontier force, which is wholly professional, has so far remained small and is in fact rather a mobile patrol of police. As such it includes nu, merous Druze riders. The general reorganization and renewed recruiting were introduced with a series of informal talks of highranking officers and : even members of the general staff I before public rallies in all towns I and rural centers. One of the [ basic concepts constantly being I dinned into the ears of recruits | and the public at large is that Israel's forces have no hinterland to fall back upon, and that they must therefore in case of attack carry the light into enemy terri,' tory. At the same time, a recruiting campaign for the reserves of all [ able bodied men not on active j service up to the age of 50 and all women without children up to 34 has swung into action. According to law they are liable to serve up to one month per year and one day per month in addition. All veterans have already been assigned to prepare things for the reception of those who never saw the inside of an army installation, whose registration is to start soon. Reservists are organized mainly by neighborhoods to facilitate speedy drafting. Pearl Gold Commissioned Pearl Gold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gold of 431 N.W. 32nd Court, was commissioned second lieutenant in the organized reserve, Women's Army Corps, at graduation exercises for the third officer candidate class, Camp Lee, Va. Lt. Gold, who served in the U. S. Marine Corps Women's Reserve for two years during the war. is a graduate of Miami High School and received her B. A. from the University of Miami. Formerly on the staff of The Jewish Floridian, she joined the army in Miami in August, 1949. and was selected for officer candidate school upon completion of basic training. 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