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The Jewish Floridian ( April 28, 1950 )

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lli^wiislb-IEIliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 23—NUMBER 17 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS jsjordan To Absorb Arab Palestine 'rite Warnings Of Arab League ; EM, (JTA) — The Parliament un, vecl this week the ,i the Arab part of | to Transjordan dening from the Arab Parliament is com.sentatives of the Transjordan and of ts of Palestine ocI Transjordan troops. on of the Parliament %  nite Transjordan with the p „ ; of Palestine—reported Transjordan radio—was i face of a resolution I recently by the Arab |ue that if such a move were Transjordan would be e d from membership in the iSIl Reverses >sition On rusalem KKE SUCCESS. (JTA)—The Union announced this a complete reversal of its fc-hcid position in favor of ^nationalizing Jerusalem. bb Malik, permanent U. N. Eesentative of the U.S.S.R., in letter to Secretary-General Kve Lie said: has now become clear that General Assembly's resolui of December, 1949, estabhshi permanent regime for Jeru_ii does not satisfy the Arab pern'sh populations of either ._..-m or Palestine as a whole. hese circumstances the govlent of the U.S.S.R. does not ider it possible to continue [support of the above-mened resolution. At the same :he Soviet government feels i'.n that the United Nations •ceed in finding a solution Vrusalem problem acceptseven-nation Arab regional alliance and economic sanctions would be. imposed on Transjordan by the remaining members of the League. "The annexation of the Arab part of Palestine by Transjordan is a unilateral move and is not binding on Israel." a spokesman for the Israel government stated here in commenting on the announcement that Transjordan ha.-. decided to absorb Arab Palestine. Israel is bound to Transjordan by an armistice agreement, the spokesman pointed out, but this agreement does not take account of a final political solution, nor is any final settlement of the Palestine frontiers possible without the conclusion of a peace pact between Israel and Transjordan, he said. The question of the status of the Arab areas situated west of the Jordan River, therefore, remains open as far as Israel is concerned, he emphasized. Agency Functions Disputed At Meet Joyous Celebrations, Parades, Bonfires Mark Israel's Second Anniversary TEL AVIV. (JTA)-pifferences j JERUSALEM. i fireworks were featured in many sections of Israel. Seme 1,500 Communists parading in the principal streets of Tel Aviv people of Israel—including the car ,. ied bann.-rs with portraits of nearly 400.000 immigrants wh i D W eizmann and Soviet Piehave arrived here since the pro, rje ,. Jogef Slalin A c hain of torches and a beacon of fires blazed on Israel's hills and mountainsides from the new state's clamation of Israel statehood, as well as the Moslem and Christian citizens of this country—heralded the ushering in of the third year of the independent existence of Israel. Three artillery salvos fired in Tel Aviv this week officially opened the nationwide celebraI tion. President Chaim Weizmann. ; addressing the citizens of Israel 1 and Jews throughout the world I in a national broadcast, emphasized that "from Dan to Elath. the country, is vibrating with the sound of "the hammer and the ploughshare." He added: "We appeal to the borders in the north to the southernmost point at Elath. I.S. Tailed On To Hall Ocrman Anti-Semitism NEW YORK, (JTA i—A resolution calling upon the American government to take leadership in checking the resurgence of anti. Semitism in Germany was adoptsons of our people I ed here this week at the closing JBSS arsKRB Hw?^^bs o f the sevtntt _i..nau. .* x i „~A vo mir aiH Our festival is then conven the upbuilding of Israel and the absorption of immigrants and their settlement must be in the hands of the Israel government, since only government methods can cope with the immensity of the task. He pointed out that the government spent in one year more than the total sum collected festival anxiety. our aid. Our festival; our anxiety." The Shofar ram's horn—was sounded on loudspeakers throughout the country as the merrymaking got under way. In the Haifa and Tel Aviv harbors ships at anchor more man me ioiai sum wu" AVIV uamuio ~—r~ — in five years by all Zionist funds, i shrilled their sirens as citizens oi On the other hand, the Premier | Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Haifa and ur2e n d th tharthe World Zion*+*her £& hgrt Jurned on Organization be "harnessed" to help Israel in the fields of education and of stimulating Jewish capital investment from abroad. He also suggested that the world Zionist movement engage in organizing large-scale tourism to Israel. Laborite members of the Cabinet, including Foreign Minister Sharett and Finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan, participated in the ensuing discussions. ; their | convention of the American t h e i r Association of English-Jewish I Newspapers held at the Hotel thP traditional Statler. The resolution expressed distress over policies in the American and the British zones ot Germany which make possible the rebirth of Nazism and the resurgence of anti-Semitism. The convention also adopted a 1 resolution hailing Israel "for opening its gates to hundreds of thousands of dispossessed Jews from all parts of the world. It reaffirmed the responsibility of the English-Jewish press, as a medium of public information, to stimulate interest in and more generous support for the fledgling Jewish state. Philip Slomovitz, editor and publisher of the Deevery available electric bulb, illuminating the entire country. Hundreds of thousands of I el Aviv's citizens poured out into the streets immediately after dusk marked the end of the Sabbath. Israel flags blew in the breeze from every pole and tree in the SEiiSi ggggaSS national folk dance-were organ%  the seventh time. tu-t city ine un micu %  =...*,-• —-ampafeiislteppcinMs Democratic Primary Approaches uiiipuifeii* ww rr r rmor-George Smathers This Corner—<5laude Pepper biator Claude Pepper, in his lent campaign for re-election United States Senate, has livid the support and endorse|t of a number of outstanding and women of the Greater mi area. Among these are Max ",<:. who said, in a recent In i nt, "Our Mt. Sinai Hospi... a reality today because of %  efforts of Claude Pepper. No ar single individual is so rebsible for the existence of this ptution which is answering a vital need in our comBty." The list of Senator Per s supporters include Dean %  A. Rasco, Harold Turk, A. nk Katzentine, Dr. S. E. (hens, Stanley C. Myers, Burl Ruth. Carl T. Hoffman, Harry %  in. Mrs. Iona Hill, Harry lonhoff, Albert Pick, Joe H. 1ms. E. Albert Pallot, John D. ptgomery, Mrs. Max Dobrin, pte Selig, Mrs. Anna Brenner lers, Hayes Wood, John J. in. Alfred Stone, Chester Bht. Mrs. W. J. Cox and Dr. Klock, to mention only a P<>n of the army of workers %  ing to return Senator Pepper iV.ishington. Claude Pepper's fourteen years Ithe Senate," said Carl T. jman, local business and holic lay leader, in a recent fess, "have brought untold efit to every citizen of Florida, leiience is a qualification upon kh every enterprise sets a value, and Senator Pepper s lority on key committees in |Senate is an asset that we well how to appraise at its •^. worth." atiorial Health Insurance, the t of much misleading and misinformed, as well as highly subsidized propaganda, and which is receiving courageous priority in Senator Pepper's platform, was strongly stressed by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, prominent lawyer, community leader, and former social worker, in her public endorsement of Claude Pepper. "To call National Health Insurance 'Socialized Medicine' is a ruse to avoid facing the grim fact that a major illness spells financial ruin for millions of our people. Senator Pepper's voice is being raised to bring better medical care, hospitalization and a higher standard in the whole field of health and medicine to all Americans." "My work since I entered the Senate in 1937," Senator Pepper has pointed out, "has always been for the general welfare of the American people. My maiden address was on the subject of providing adequate appropriations for unemployment relief. In 1937 and 1938, Senator Hugo Black and I succeeded in providing a gradual increase in the minimum wage from 25c to 40c an hour, and fair working conditions for American working men and women in interstate commerce." "In later years," as Senator Pepper says, "I led the successful fight for the 75c minimum wage law under which the standards of our lowest income groups are being raised, thus adding to our national prosperity. I co-sponsored and fought for the passage of legislation to clear slums and to expand our public housing program, and to provide incentives, through insurance and loan guarantees, for (Continued on Page 4) Segall Slates Rally Sunday Sidney L. Segall will wind up his race for legislature with a huge rally at Flamingo Park. Miami Beach, Sunday evening, April 30, starting at 8 p.m. The rally which is expected to attract a large gathering of Segall volunteers and Dade County supporters will present candidates for the other offices. Time has been alloted for brief speeches to Congressional candidates Lantaif and Cannon. Segall will make the major address of the evning, outlining his complete platform. Music and entertainment have been arrangea and refreshments will be served. The public is invited. Segall was born in Tampa but has lived in Miami since 1910. As an assistant attorney general of Florida late in 1941, Segall served during-.the war in the Department of Justice lands acquisition division. At the present time he is chairman of the board of the Young Democratic Club of Dade The 43-year-old candidate for state legislature, is for outright repeal of the sales tax. Segall declared his stand stating No talk about 'bugs' in the thing or a 'delousiog' process to make it look different, no maybe or perhapsjust plain repeal, cut costs, cut wastes, economize and provide taxation and collection with less expense to taxpayers and merchants." ,. Among other things, Segall pledges his full support to long term progressive measures for schools and educators. Reg. George Smathers will con| tinue on what he calls the two, main issues of the senatorial campaign during the closing days before the May 2 primaries. He stated he will stick by his charge that Senator Claude Pepper has voted for and against the FEPC and has not given a satisfactory reason fo rsuch "double talk." The 36 year old candidate, in his bid for the U.b. Senate seat, charged his opponent with appearing before more communist front organizations! than any other U.S. Senator. Each of these organizations, and Smathers says there are 24, were recognized as being communistic by the House Un-American Activities Committee. "I am for basic American liberty, and the freedom to work, worship and associate with whomever I desire. Anyone who has been associated as closely as my opponent has with communist organizations. certainly is not the man to pre: serve this freedom and liberty the people of Florida and | America deserve to have it preserved," Smathers states. Smather also pointed out that numerous northern labor bosses have been sent here from New York to corral the Florida voters for selfish northern interests. He said Mike Quill, president of the CIO Transport Workers Union is here working along with the other northern intruders. "They are fighting me for they know I am against all monopolies whether it be big business, big labor or big government, Smathers has been telling large gatherings at his rallies. Smathers stated that he introduced a bill during July, 1949. in Congress seeking government amnesty for Miami Beach boys and others who fought for Israel. R. G. (Dick) Danner, in charge of FBI in Florida during the war, and now campaign director for George Smathers in his current senatorial race, produced a U.S. Senate Bill, 2293, introduced by Senator Claude Pepper "for the relief" of Baron Fritz Von Opel who was interend as a wartime "enemy alien." The measure provides that yon Opel be considered as having "entered the United States for permanent residence on May 9, 1940 ... .V If approved, Danner said ,tne bill will stop a deportation order against Von Opel and restore to the formei wealthy German industrialist all his property in this country seized during the war. Von Opel and his wife were taken into custody at their Palm Beach home in February, 1942,as "potentially dangerous aliens.' Danner said the Von Opel case had long ago been subjected to the most "exhaustive investigation" bv the government, including the" FBI, the President of the United States, the Alien Enemy Hearing Board and a review of the case by the U. S. District Court. As a result Von Opel was adjudged a "dangerous alien," Danner said, and by executive order his property, including three or four million dollars, was confiscated by the government. "It is rather absurd," Danner said, "for Von Opel's attorney to attempt to give Von Opel a clean (Continued on Page 4)



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PAGE TWO rJenist Fkrkiian FRIDAY lAPRll; ...Read What Three Outstanding Citizen; of Dade County Say about our Senior Senator of the Stall of Florida CLAUDE PEPPER re e BOCK SAND. CON CRETf HA RD BUM &NZ mATf** 1 ,.= 3 -es .. -t NA. 19 *'—., %  ,rrH"*' 5-T.-.%  u .rt.DC. %  • '' J.r."1 • | I %  • t-r: -" 7 -A **H y| f* '.'.-* .... MI :: [- f %  D.•• 7-1-'-*~ s* •' rood. &o-.i :- : %  <:•:•; %  --%  -.: •<•*" i.l" .r;; : 111 1** • • %  1.007 %  -..-. -•• 'U.ci.— *' r.r ••' r-.._, mcr ••"•-••..a 5 -•• *•?"" -r| -'-• ••Ff? .-'-•""•' *. U .-MaraM *tcW Mr ^V TISK • NEWMAN •pril :;, :-;: fMater'i (dactlsa r r I :':"::r Coital -*'-*' : Sooitof :s t r niiT, •.:.* i;s: Laoortoot el*:-.. *•***eT1 Daofrsotod to. MOOI. :f •..-.* ;-.-. .:' Florjdo, %  =7 oton 1 -'-%  s. BOMtloa >f riKtatr %  .-•. %  fsmrd, .'. tru. a— B ci otlc 3..-.-.-r, • !•.-. Saaotor 1 -:-/ rt-reser.l_r fr -.-.e oast e :.: tc (t b*ci %  .: ; >enant. 9i-rrwUtWtltM.Cf.lt. T-.T -. .:r.j r:r ta* -J-:--..;.-. : f -,-. e |u*rml nir.n ;f -.-.* Mopl. jf -" Ttt_ : -•"-—• -vi Pr.sic.r.-. RsMaralt'l MSth, SvattOf ?t5-.r -. M:PK! io crr7 forwrt -.ae p-ct RaoM*t.i Mil .-: :::. r=r •.:•. ••. rsartwa rwrt, UM SUM ->f nrld> •• K:rrti •.-• -TMU;'. rrigr.-! iaJ -,-;pr:tjr IB 1U U.tar/, CM ..-. t l*rc ninn to Suitor P.po.r'9 >uti.mi•lr. •• rwiy t> irKi -.'f U .rtrtly c.a.61., ilac.r. axd •3ro.n lUtiw ir. •_•> ->--on of s-*t3r rp*r, r •.- mum, f;- -rr E tisd wr I.UCCI of Mi :s I, for MM, 'or vlf •!* IUU|, 1.11 vow far -* r^rosrt jrt:r Nscr, • gmt wrlcar. .! gptjt suu •r*ly your., f X fr hrolt!" •A Pull Lever 6A-Re-elect Senator Claude Pepper as Your United States Senatw „.j. Vol *4



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)AY. APRIL 28. 1950 *Jenist IhtiHu PAGE THREE I I'll Say... his month, died four Jewish notables of distin-hcd merit. It is indicative of astonishing vitality t u small nation, after many centuries of denied •tieipation in public affairs, could produce men of h political acumen as the statesman Leon Blum, theoretician Harold Laski, the diplomat Laurence [inhardt, the jurist Mordecai Eliasb. Twice Premier of France, Leon Blum ranks next Disraeli > n holding the top position of a major Lntrv. The career of Leon Trotsky may have Eater historic significance. Yet Blum is a better bbolic figure of his day and age. His career began a brilliant scintillating author on the cynical Llevards of gay Paris. But innate idealism carried %  L into Socialism, then the panacea for all political. Li ,1 and economic ills. Leader of French. Socialists, was not, as many of his colleagues, swept off his U| by the victorious Dictatorship of the Russian Eoletariat. For the remainder of his life he opposed i;h equal ardor the drab soulless despotism of %  din, as well as the fanatic, bestial tyranny of It was his destiny to be premier in a most critical riod of French and world history. As a Socialist, abhorred war, yet was alive to the menace of %  azism which had to be crushed. Whatever strong easures he could have taken against Germany were ocked by the appeasement policy that guided ritain. All positive measures against Totalitarianism. jhether Nazi, Fascist, or Spanish, were checkmated \the short sighted duplicity of Neville Chamberlain Jp saw his country moving to ruin and disaster by Esillanimoua truckling to Hitler. When the shooting lar finally started in earnest, his beloved France |rjck>d in two. The eminent Jewish Frenchman pared experiences with his coreligionists in Buchen.•ald's concentration camp Petain, the muddleheaded old stooge of Hitlei ought he would stage a public trial of Blum at 10m. But the clear logic and powerful eloquence of fte firmer premier forced the antediluvian betrayer i, ring down the curtain in the middle of the trial %  be Allied soldiers found Blum broken in health. let with spirit unimpaired. It was against the doctor's The Passing Of Four Jewish Statesmen By HARRY SIMONHOFF orders to head the French Republic in spite of urgent widespread appeals. He did fly to Washington and succeeded in obtaining a loan to maintain the tottering French economy, then at its lowest ebb. A crisis called him to ihe premiership a third time. He probably would have died in office had he refrained from cilicising with equal impartiality traitorous Communists as well as reactionary Nationalists. A devastating attack on DeGaulle cost him the necessary vote of confidence. During a period of catastrophic disaster and shameful collaboration. Leon Blum emerges a great statesman, a sincere patriot, a leader of France. Harold Laski Next in importance ranks Harold Laski, the intellectual spokesman of the British Labor Party. Member of an eminent English-Jewish family, young laski joined the Socialists. He taught at Harvard and bucked the rising tide of Republican reaction that superseded the idealism of Woodrow Wilson after World War I. His radical liberalism lost him the professorship at Harvard. He returned to his native land, and became foremost m the councils of the Labor Party. In the astonishing election of 1945. Laski's importance reached such high levels that Winston Churchill had to resort to the Republican smear tactics against Roosevelt's fourth term. "Clear everything with Laski," rang with anti-Semitic overtones unworthy of the great British war leader. But when Atlee and Bevin attained power, Laski was gradually ignored, shelved, and finally hushed. A believer in evolutionary Socialism, he was critical of his Laborite Imperialists, just as he opposed the Wall Street plutocrats, who reveled during lush days of the Harding administration. Dead at 54, he lejt his mark on British history. Laurence Steinhardt In 1933, Laurence Steinhardt decided to give up a well paying law practice in the influential office of his uncle Samuel Untermeyer. He entered the diplomatic field as U. S. Ambassador to Sweden and made good. In 1937. F.D.R. gave him the world's most trying diplomatic post, the Ambassadorship at Moscow. It took all the astuteness of a highly trained diplomat to represent the U.S. when Stalin and Hitler signed the pact that brought on the Second World War. Tact and patience were rewarded; afte r the Nazi invasion, Steinhardt was able to effect a defensive and offensive alliance with the Soviets In his next post at Ankara he had to counteract the evil martiinations of Franz Von Papen, who was exercising his bland skill to bring the Turks into the Berlin-Rome axis. Turkey's continuous neutrality was a feather in Steinhardt's diplomatic cap. As Ambassador to Peru, he continued to cement F.D.R."s good neighbor and Pan American policies. Ottowa was his next appointment. The Canadians esteemed him highly, and regretted deeply his untimely death in a plane crash. Steinhardt outgrew F.D.R.'s early estimate: A good horse trader. He developed high mastery in the difficult art of statecraft. Mordecai Eliash In 1949, Britain was still smarting over losing the Palestine mandate, over her moral defeat in the UN. on the partition issue, over the loss of military prestige at the hands of Haganah and Irgun terrorists. It was therefore no easy matter for Israel to select an ambassador for the Court of St. James. The conventional diplomat was not enough. He. must possess Jewish learning and modern culture, and combine shrewd negotiation with a tactful, pleasing personality. Such an ideal combination was Mordec;.) Eliash, who died of a heart attack in his 57th yeai. I had access to him because of his relationship to the Schoenbergs, who formerly owned the Strathhaven, the Atlantis, and the Caribbean on Miami Beach. Born in Russia, Eliash studied in England and became a fair-haired prodigy at Oxford. He settltd in Palestine immediately after the Mandate began. In Tel Aviv, I was told by lawyers that Eliash's law practice averaged 50.000 pounds ($200,000) per year. A man of polished charm with an impeccable Orthodox sense. Standing on Mt. Scopus, he would fall into a kind of ecstatic trance as he gazed ovtr Jerusalem, the Dead Sea, the Hills of Moab. the distant desert in which the Israelites wandered for 40 years. Talking to him, I felt that combination of wisdom and faith that always marked the true Elder of Zion. Junior Hadassah To Mark 25th Birthday "StZSTL* Of Meier Shfeyah Village In Israel I Ir commemoration of the lw %  niy-fifth anniversary of the %  hildren's village of Meier fcifeyah in Israel, supported soleBy by Junior Hadassah, special Hunior Hadassah Sabbaths will be Tf. ; d throughout the city on Fri|ay. April 28. At that time the imen of Senior Hadassah will honor Junior Hadassah. Local Junior Hadassah girls will take jver the pulpits in the synagogues kr.u Senior Hadassah women will be guest speakers. Chairmen of the special Junior dassah tribute are Mrs. Murray trossman, president of the Florid;* region of Senior Hadassah and :>.-> Selma Lewis, education Diairman of the Miami Beach ,'nit of Junior Hadassah. Taking part in the services at iple Isaiah will be Annette Helich, Sandra Freedman, Natalie I muels and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz Miami Beach Unit of Junior •-ah. Speaker from Senior Ii ah will be Marguerite v At Miami Beach Jewish nmunlty Center will be BeverRaphael, president of Miami 1 i Junior Hadassah. Senior assah speaker will be Mrs. Alfred Stone. At the North Shore Jewish Center will be Francine Levy, Janice Goldiner and Rhea Haas. Senior Hadassah speakei will be Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakris The Temple Beth Sholom will hold a special Oneg Shabbat after services honoring Junior Hadassah. Senior Hadaseah speaker will be Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president of the Miami Beach Chapter. Naomi Segal will be Junior Hadassah hostess at the Oneg Shabbat assisted by the girls of the unit. recently elected regional vice president of the southeastern district of the Florida Retail Liquor Dealers Association. Landscape Design For New & Old Homes Lawn Maintenance FREE ESTIMATES HI I ltl\ LANDSCAPE SERVICE Phone 82-9860 WE NEED PAT CANNON BACK IN CONGRESS Help Defeat The Sales Tax Man (IM. Pol. Adv.) The Family and Many Friends oi SIDNEY SEGALL ASK YOU TO JOIN WITH THEM IN ELECTING 99 "SIDNEY TO THE LEGISLATURE A NATIVE WHOM YOU KNOW— A NATIVE WHO KNOWS YOUR PROBLEMSELECT SEGALE AND REPEAL THE SALES TAX Pull 21A — The Segall Way (Pd. Pol. Adv.) QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER 1961 S.W. 8th Street Complete Stock oi nelieatessen. Appetizers and Dairy Products WEEKLY SPECIALS Breakstone's Whipped Butter AiVi lb. Midget Salami .591b. 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PAGE FOUR Jurist fhrJcMsm. FRIDAY, AP RIT *>. EDITORIAL Tuesday, May 2, is an important day for the people of the state of Florida. It is the day on which they go to the polls to exercise their inalienable right to choose their public officials. In Dade County there are 223 150 voters registered. This is a record number—an increase of more than 50,000 over the cour.ty s voting strength at the last general election in November, 1549. Of this r.umbe: 90 percent are eligible to vote in Tuesday s Democratic primary. Despite the huidy-^uidy. the hoopla and ballyhoo the spreed-eoc^e oratory the hendshakes and baby-kissing the a::a:K= end counterattacks and the rer.r:~l fireworks attendant upon :n:s years election a shamefully large numbe: :: the rr.cre than ZX 331 persons eligible YOUR FAILURE TO VOTE MIGHT BE THE END OF of the saaei free do m A menca to vote will not avail themselves right. The hard-bought freedom which Americans now enjoy is ever in a state of pr flux. It can only be preserved through COM* vigilance and through the selection of h courageous and capable representatives 16 ?' make, interpret and enforce the laws of ij nation. Our American way of life can not M maintained through complacency and apath Voting is more than a right. It is the respc/' bility of every public spirited citizen. It is hisdeS to himself and to his fellow citizens. It i s ^ • vestment in the future of this country and £ guarantee that liberty will be perpetuated Don't fail to cast your ballet c'n May 2\ Candidates Give Platforms In Asking Public Support] In Tin* t *onir—Claude IVpper i i %  ere. Thai I sup* : AtA.; F %  es : ns .:. i Hi 1 to thi H : 1 %  • %  -• • ... J -". -. %  • %  • : X %  '" I %  i-T. I : F rial Pat at 1 I -. '.' %  .: %  had seen f it 1 i e : %  • the t tenure in ffi< post m South FlorFoun District It is < at that 1 : : uents : • %  %  %  seen f i1 the Nagentlv 1 %  age pei • Station i r rk hard 1 er %  -" .:. 1M: ... g %  • %  Pan%  .. %  i %  in gJ 1 Bi '-.' I ; %  %  track! • i. estal %  %  :. a rad lies : the track connected by wii zei I th t tTi -i -. QClOSUl • • % %  This ..... se rvice I • em Coast jj and iing Palm This met] I n the toti lizer on ail .::-::_..--. play, the same a.I it ". a DM ".'. -.. .... :: .--.a:e; thai I 11 it n sing any and will .r. great par: •• the need f< i th( ; Mr is* i %  %  ... pul :... • Mill :.. Flori ted f: m • ; la. G .... hen he 1 ars ag< it bey m I • a minoi i 1 bim 1 praet law H een in tl -.:..-.. : in '•'. mi for i I as pi : Beth David Con..-.. H< .: Zeta Bet. -..:; i: :%  Un .: :. :. • student thi In This Corner —l*Mr^> Smathertl (C %  Page 1) N"az. II 7.. ning to 1 side ng the fou pai %  I • %  hi : %  • n A :'. %  can let the world oungsave a right 1 •. xpect that and With a lew : Institute. Lifting parity force: rroducis. i geacen: i %  rids and thi S Stre. feden] governrr.tr.\ | :f ^ man-fi %  tiapt that vetej. i resufa under :..Veti ..: tion. Adec_. te pens m "m a realist: S un I wit! .... ng %  high ge< for U5. S p.'..: .. Smathers in a -pep" in i : %  -' ; i rty-se ven I %  Urging U • "• entrate on t the vo S added. "I ha> uu n t Tl • : w ca this raci • %  %  •''? M" 1 I "We art wini foughl thi! es—the freed %  P* and the presen I i ourfoffl of represt -.:-. • .•exament. 1 Milton 5. o f Miami Beach Senate" ... pa • '"'• ; ee -heads a list ef Mii -' i dents including J %  •-". I Malvm England. Saul A eatgarten. David Whi: an • -nd Weiss, A .. --.^5 ..efforts on bel r atorUI candidate ^ 9-Jeistrk'i1fcri m Dy The MwIM r :••::•*J"gE Siitth Street, V r: F .'. jul. *i 130. t the Post 0" p ci Fl... under th*. Art ef Vn* fcjgj The Je*;.h Fori*i' hii J5J| the Je.i' Unity : e „ J T ,* Weekly. Member : IM J* FMt „„ Bnphic Agency. Btve' !" Serylrt Synd.cate. Wor Sv r•*>. %„,„. Ntionl Editt-nal *; sr i r ;:-, h Je ci can Ac.ciation of e =.,,, c i,tiik Ne wtpapen. F.cr.da P-! _*^J^. ,. does '^ a-uiirantee th' B "AIOO* chantiise *dv< v Qrady N. Albritton, candidate I and pubres commission, said: er, 1 will full representation of all of the people at enmmission hearings in which community problems and issues are involved, and will render a fair and impartial ruling, only after a comprehensive investigation of facts have been made." SUBSCRIPTION K*TMl One >eajpi Te Year* FRED K. SHOCHET Ed;ter and ps er OFHCE and PUNT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-l H j^j^ FRIDAY. APRIL 19 50 IYAR U. 5.10 Volume 23



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)AY, APRIL 28, 1950 -Jewlstnurkttan PAGE FIVE [urn Clearance )W Underway I, -sty's -lum clearance pro£ C is progressing rapidly, city III *•' t" cl als reveal. uses being cleared away c .. in some cases and to standard in others, KS families who want to vntown section are \ !" provided with decent Cttii striking factor in clear'. town colored slum -eneraUy known, is families are moving new, low-cost homes It in great numbers ..... : fferent contractors. total ol more than 3500 small ,,., ,, now under construction ections, exclusively people. Lteresti -1 observers have that there is no_ better C .,. : the slums than to ;.. id( low-cost homes for our £ nilies in the outlying : slum clearance group : .. a 141 homes in the ms, with another 55 in Uass i-ondemnation. City fcectors and health officials are Ine tin' ugh the down town th a fine tooth comb ng their decisions. If I owners do not cocan now be forced by the new city conIinatii n ordinance, n i clearance program I, ved 217 truck loads, ic yards of rubbish red area. This does L garbage. It to the I i accumulation which md previous city ad„ ive permitted. % %  < %  sting to note." states ttorney, "that preommissions did nothvide the money or clean out this slum V %  '.hose previous city k included some adfcati I Government Public rasing." Runaway Car Kills Rivian J. Meltzer, 19 A careening car that crashed into her yard and crushed her against a wall brought death late Monday afternoon to 19year-old Rivian J. Meltzer, 70 S.W. 30th Road. The accident occurred shortly before noon on Sunday as she played outside her home with her cocker spaniel. Miss Meltzeris survived by her mother. Mrs. Edith Warner; her father, Leslie Meltzer; stepfather, Ben Warner; brother, Irwin Meltzer. Services were held Wednesday morning at the Miami Riverside Funeral Home with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Burial was in Mt. Nebo Cemcterv. A' i J ser, David Liebman, m M Connell Gerald Soltz. I" committee members; I nor Abrashkin, post I _J nee will be free of f' i M veterans. Tickets T lad by visiting or calling 1'' 335 Lincoln Road, phone J' Hylan Kout, 605 Lincoln !• ioe 5-2986; or Leonard I 120 Lincoln Road, phone *m,lms WILLIAM E. MILES 32, of 6829 N.W, Uth ft., paused away on April 20. 11> %  is tiurvlved by his wife, Lillian, daughter Linda, and son William. Tin 1 remains were sen! ic. Sew fork by the Miami Riverside, w.si Plagler and 20th St., for services ami Interment. ALBERT HARVITH (is. of U7l N.W. 2nd St., passed away April 20 In H local hospital. Surviving are his wife Anna, son \i Mm %  of Alexandria, Va., and n grandson. Services were held al the Miami Itlveislde, 20th St. and West Flagler, with Interment following In Mt. Sinai I'emetery with Itnbbl Moses Mescheloff officiating. MRS. ETTA G. HERRON r,o, of 2870 S.W. "in St., passed away on the Slat. She was the wife of Louis 11,iron and the mother Of Mrs. Myra Lisa and Mrs. Shirley Krolchick. Also surviving are three brothers, Edward, Isidore and Henry 'Soodman, and three sisters. Matildn Rosenberg, Rose Well and Muriel Leven ,ln addition to five grandchildren. Henries were held Monday at the Miami Riverside, W. Flagler and 20th St., with Interment following at Mt. Sinai Cemetery WlfH Hahbi Morris Skop officiating. IDA ROSENFELD 75, of 4L'M N.W. Uth Ave., passed away suddenly at her home on April 21. A resident here for IS years, Mrs. Rosenfeld came to Miami from Birmingham. She is survived by three sons, Max of Miami, David of TUSCalOOSa, ami Aaron o f Birmingham; two daughters, Mrs. Ksther l.oveman, of Miami and Mrs. RIdward Comings of Cincinnati; also five grandchildren. Services were held at Gordon Funeral Home on Monday with Rabbi Jacob II. Kaplan officiating. Interment followed at draceland Park. Will Discuss Women Dr. Harry E. Beller, local orthopedic surgeon, will address the weekly forum of Freedom House? 1558 Alton Road, on Sunday, April 30. at 8:30 p.m. His topic will be "Woman's Role in Society." Chairman for the discussion will be Dr. Theodore M. Berman, Miami Beach radiologist. %  UtU* tUatt eve*!; WITH MATZOH # W BALLS EVERY MONDAY NIGHT BOXING CORAL GABLES COLISEUM THREE 8-ROUND STAR BOUTS SPECIAL BOUT Saul Vs. Billy Cantor Scholes Local Tampa Jewish Sensation POPULAR PRICES ALWAYS $1.00 Gen. Adm. $2.00 Ring Side (Tax Incl.) YOU PAY NO MORE Starts 8:45 P.M. For Reservations: Coliseum 48-7418; Chuck's Restaurant 3-9936; May's Serv. Sta. 5-9193; Magic City A. C. 3-7774 WITH .^ KREPLACH • HOROWITZ MARGARETEN CONDENSED KOSHER 1 CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS k WITH •V^JA NOODLES v5 Th. tort, tells you Ifi food .. The Homo Islli you Iff Kothtrl Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37, Fla. 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PAGE SIX +JewlstncrMia£___ %  I Mrs. Kogan Honored Mrs. Alexander Kogan. outgoing president of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah. was honored at a recent surprise luncheon given by the board of directors at the Saxony Hotel. Miami Beach. A feature of the afternoon's informal p: igram was the reading, by each guest, of a verse in tribute to Mrs. Kogan. The verses were composed by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. Mrs. Jack Odell presented Mrs. Kogan with an inscribed gola bracelet charm disc, a gift from the board. The committee in charge of arrangements consisted ot Mrs Sherry, mistress of ceremonies: and the Mesdames Udell. Leon J. Ell. Jack Bernard. Herman Popkin, Jack Chutkow. Joseph Wolf. Irving Westin. Birth Announced A baby daughter was born to Rabbi and Mrs. Moshay P Mann a: ML Sinai Hospital on Sunday. April 16 Rabbi Mann is spiritual leader >f Temple Isaiah. The baby's name :s Dina Rose and mother ind daughter are now "at •" .;• 1995 Marseilles Drive. Miami Beach. MR. I0E HART >< Popular dispenser of cheer ana ken at his famous "Pickin Chicker." and "Virginian," says: "Whj travel the hard way when you can travel FARR? I know a CDOd thing when I see it—and FARR TOURS is IT! FARR 'A Reliable Same in Travel" Personally Speaking... Mrs. Helen Sher. of Englewood, N. J-. is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sher, 2111 S.W. 21st St. Mrs. Sher will remain in Miami until alter the Bar Mitzvah of her grandson, Kenneth, at Beth David on June 3. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pomerance, 441 East Rivo Alto Drive, Rivo Alto Island, and Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg, 108 6th Terr., Di Lido Island, will sail for Europe on the New Amsterdam en Friday, April 28. Holland, Italy. Austria, France, Switzerland and Israel will be included in their itinerary. Leaving for New York on Monday is Miss Beatrice Rapport, member of the professional staff of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. -K Mrs. I. Shienfeld and her son, Paul, returned to their home in Boston, Mass., after spending a month with their son and brother, Elliot. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Liebman, who have resided at 1195 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, during this winter, are back at their home 320 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, 1241 N.W. 58th Terr., have as their houseguest their nephew, Francis Thompson, of Hollis, Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper, 557 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, were hosts to their niece, Miss Lucille Blackton, of New York City, for two weeks. Miss Blackton has received wide acclaim as a singer and is soloist with the New England Jewish Peoples Chorus and Temple Emanuel, Englewood, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berman and Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver have returned from a short visit to Cuba. -fc Recent guests at the Delano Hotel were Mr. and Mrs. Milton M. K. Rubin of Scarsdale, N. Y. During their stay they were entertained by Mr. Rubin's mother, Mrs. Frances N. Rubin, Claremont Hotel. The visitors left Wednesday to attend a convention prior 'o returning to their home. Mrs. Rita Lee Siegel and daughter, Marilyn Louise, 1132 N.W. 7th Ave., will leave Saturday by plane for New York City, where they will attend the golden wedding anniversary celebration of Mrs. Siegel's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Weisberg. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller are vacationing in Tucson, Arizona. Mrs. A. Levin has returned to her home in West Palm Beach, after a visit with her daughter in New York. %  Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bergman, 4560 Post Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Sym Jared, at Mt. Sinai Hospital on April 17. The mother is the former Nancy Siegel, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Siegel of this city. The bris was held Tuesday at the home of the baby's parents. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky was sandek; Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Dearr, godparents; and the Rev. Israel Faber, mohl. Before her marriage on March 19, Mrs. William Grier was Miss Mildred Horowitx, daughter of Louis Horowitx, 717 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. After a honeymoon in Cuba, Dr. and Mrs. drier are living at 951 Bay Road, Normandy Isle. The bride was attended by her cousin, Mrs. Edwin Ehrens. David Grier was his brother's best man. A veteran. Dr. Grier graduated from Miami High School and Northern Illinois College of Optometry. His bride attended Florida State University. Friedmans Return From South Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman returned this week from Columbia, S. C, where they attended the wedding of Mrs. Friedman's sister. Miss Irene Stern, to Martin Samuels. Mrs. Friedman served as matron of honor at the ceremony and M:. Friedman sang. En route to South Carolina. Mr. Friedman, who is national commissioner of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, attended the convention of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges in St. Petersburg, where he presided over a panel discussion on the youth group. At the conclave Mr. Friedman was awarded a plaque for outstanding service as past president of the state federation. Prior to returning to Miami, the young attorney led a panel on youth problems at the South Carolina B'nai B'rith convention in Columbia. USE THESE COLUMNS FOR YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISING PHONE 2-1141 Malvina WeiSJ Wed S. B. Li c ,h J Planned bv M^M* > 1 and Seymour B iT^l betrothal is being Le >n. l her parents. Mr \T* ? un L is described as f 0 ln H ld ^ chairman of ?ne bS? 5 tion of the Metronnii, of United SynagoX^ founder and p!Tv c


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FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1950 +Jew 1st norklian PAGE SEVEN I Anita B, Goldman Wed To Jack Kaler After May 2, Mr. and Mrs. Jack |f-i er whose marriage was an „ nt'of April 16, will be at home at 750 S.W. 7th St. The couple Center Show Set For Sunday A cast of 75 will appear in the full two-hour variety show, "Sounds Terrific," to be presented by the Miami Jewish Community Center on Sunday, April 30, at 8:15 p.m. The show, an original musical revue, features local talent. Tickets may be obtained by calling the center at 3-5489 and proceeds will go to the center. Included in the cast are Arnold Pollock and Howard Kleinberg in the leads, as well as Vocalists Carl Shramek and Sandy Ofsowitz, Pantomimist Sylvia Milgrim, Dance Specialist Natalie Bernstein and Comedians Ed Suss and Don Matlin. The TYS Club, Tri Beta Club, BZB, Sigma Rho and other teen-age groups will also be featured. Albert Feldan wrote the script and directed the show. Mrs. Jack Kaler exchanged vows and rings at the Vanderbilt Hotel before Rabbi Max Shapiro. • The former Miss Anita Betty -Goldman, the bride is the %  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max |Goldm;m. 2800 S.W. 20th St. The ridegroom is the son of Mrs. -Dora Kaler, 1140 8th St., Miami feeach, and the late Samuel A. |Kal>':". The bride wore an ivory satin %  gown with fitted bodice and Sweetheart neckline edged with %  illusion. Her full skirt ended in la cathedral train. A headpiece of Seed pearls and bugle beads secured the fingertip length veil land gardenia and phalaenopsis jfonried the bridal bouquet. Mrs. Sol Grcenberg, Atlanta, oi the bridegroom, served natron of honor in a gown of El embroidered organdy over |\ taffeta. She carried blue fca:r.:it; ms. Another sister. Miss Bhii-ley Kaler, wore a similar g.iwn over blue taffeta and tarried yellow carnations. Dale [bine Kaler was flower girl in lie green organdy over matching taffeta. Irving K. Kaler, Atlanta, was lest man for his brother. Sherwin ildman, brother of the bride, and Sol Greenberg seated guests. Miss Ethel Pont kept the guest '.ok at the reception which allowed. The bride is a graduate of Min.i High School. Mr. Kaler attended schools in Atlanta and erved in the navy for three years. fe is associated with Kaler produce Co. The couple left for a wedding |r:p through Florida and Georgia. H. Scher Named Meeting Chairman Herbert E. Scher has been named chairman of the twelfth annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Thursday, May 18, William D. Singer, Federation president, announced this week. One of the highlights of the meeting will be %  a report on Federation's twelfth annual Combined Jewish Appeal which has brought in approximately $1,172,000 to date. Serving with Scher will be M. J. Kopelowitz, Mrs. William Capland, Mrs. Sol Leslie, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Leo Eisenstein, Leo Allen, Gil Balkin, Mrs. Herbert E. Scher, Louis Schwartzman, Mrs. Joseph Williamson, Mrs. Florence Finkelstein and Morris Klass and William D. Singer, ex officio. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whit* and Color.d Help Phonos t-SS17 — • %  •727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner ELECT ART CALVERT PURCHASING ACKNT Capab'e Businessman • Civic Leader • C ombat Veteran PULL LEVER 28 A (Pd. Pol. Adv.) Name-A-Cottage Contest Opens Forty one-week vacations at the Loon Lake Hotel will be awarded to winners of a unique name-a-cottage contest being sponsored by the famed Adirondacks resort, according to an announcement by Dr. David S. Andron, prominent communal leader and owner of the hotel. Dr. Andron announces that he is seeking colorful and original names for the picturesque cottages which form a part of the 3500-acre estate. These cottages, containing from one to 20 bedrooms, have previously been named by guests who visited there. Among the names now in use are Twin Pines, Midget, Balsams, Happy Days, Debutante Hall and Bachelor Quarters. The cottages border the lake, the 18-hole golf course and the rolling gardens of the hotel. Each has its own large porch, sitting room, wood-burning fireplace, piano, etc. There are telephones, steam heat and refrigeration. To enter the contest one must send his name, address and suggested name for the cottage to the Loon Lake Hotel Miami Beach office at the Crest Hotel, 17th St. and James Ave., phone 5-0321, or the New York office. Park Sheraton Hotel, phone Judson 2-2470. For every name accepted, a prize of a one-week vacation (valid for the coming summer months) will be given absolutely free. There is no charge for entering the contest. No correspondence will be returned and the decision of the judges will be final. If an accepted name has been submitted by more than one person, each contestant will receive a prize vacation. Not more tlian one prize will be given to any one person, but each person may submit as many entries as he wishes. Crum To Address Rally The Hon. Bartley Crum, who has just returned from Israel, where he served as President Truman's personal representative, will address a mammoth rally marking the anniversaries of Israeli independence and admission to the United Nations on Sunday, May 14, at Flamingo Park. The gathering will be held under the joint auspices of the Zionist Council of South Florida and the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Christian Palestine Committee. Beach Mizrachi Women Will Install Officers Miami Beach Chapter of Mizrachi ,Women will hold an installation dinner on Thursday, May 4, at 6:30 p.m. at the David Whitman Hall of Congregation Beth Jacob. Mrs. Ida Karger, Mizrachi regional director, will install the new officers and Rabbi Irving Lchrman will be featured speaker. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, chaplain, will offer the prayers. Chairman of the event is Mrs. B. Pakula. Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg is arranging the program. %-V-W-N^.^-VW-V-V%.^-V^%.-V-V-V^%%.W%-%%.>.'V'V-*^-* J W"V-V^-**.-V''^-**.^ Sidney's Delicatessen & Sandwich Shop The Only Complete Delicatessen Store in the Northeast KOSHER STYLED DELICATESSEN & SALADS FANCY BREAD, ROLLS, PASTRY Fancy Imported and Domestic Delicacies 5199 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida Telephone 89-S274 i:\ .v.v.y.:i'. .:-.'.^'.'.'.'.:: .w;i;wu 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 ) displayed are neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad; 1. 2. 3. 4. Chickens without the ring of the GMVH n 1 D i Hotels and Restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet not be Kosher; Chickens with the GMVH ring H 1 D 3 are endorsed only are neither supervised nor 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. LOBEL, Treas. BELOW ARE TWO BILLS INTRODUCED IN THE CONGRESS DURING JULY, 1949. CONGRESSMAN SMATHERS' BILL SEEKS GOVERNMENT AMNESTY FOR MIAMI BEACH BOYS AND OTHERS WHO FOUGHT FOR ISRAEL 8 1ST CONGRESS I IT SESSION S. 2293 IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES Jixv m< (legislative day. JUKI 2). l!>40 Mr PIPP'K introduced ilw following bill: which m read twice and referred to Ihe Commiltfe on the Judiciary A BILL Fur the relief f Fritz von Opel. 1 Be it enacted by Ihe Senate and House of Reprcsenla2 lives of Ihe United Stales of America in Congress asscmhUd, :i Tlmt the Attorney General be, and he Is hereby, %  iithorhed 4 and directed to record Fritz von Opel as having entered the 5 United States for permanent residence on May !'. 1940. (i i"|"in enactmenl "f the Act the Secretary of Stale shall in7 struct the proper quota-control officer t deduct mbcr s from the quota for Germany "i il"' Brut year that il' -i America favon me establishment in Palesline of a national I e for the JewishPcopIc ""; and Whereas the Seventy-ninth "' : I the United States on October 20, 1045, by joint resolution, resolved that "the United Stale!) -' II its g 1 office* i" the -il ll il doors of Pale-line -' ill be opened for free entry "I Jcw into thai country, and tin re shall !" %  full i pporl loni intii %  that I may recontimtc Pi %  ;i fivi ni I den* crati i unmonwealth in regard!" •• "I race nr-ereed. shall enjoy equal rights" Whereas ii has been the policy ol the United States to NOW who is your real Friend? PULL LEVER 7-A... SMATHERS FOK SENATE i \ i (Pd. Pol. Adv.)



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PAGE EIGHT k^stBsdsBsa %  v. : i Temple Women To Seat Officers tallation of officers of the S sterhood of Temple Israel will ;e place at a luncheon on Monti; • Mi v 1. at 12:30 p.m. at the 5 ns Souci Hotel. Miami Beach. with Mrs. I. M. w< instein, installing officer. Jack Daner will serve as stress of ceremonies. The pro. under th< chairmanshi] Mrs. Harry V. Simons and Mrs !1. -v Boyell, will fe ture Vocal• Mar} Davi 3. accompanied by V :• %  %  T. rb -V Officers to be installed include Mrs. Max Meise!. president: Mrs. Henry E. Wolff, first vice presi.-: Mrs. Nat L. Willis president: Mrs. Harold I den, treasurer: Mrs. Stuart G .don. re iretary; Mrs. Alvin Richter. corresponding secy: M.s. A A. Green, assistant responding secretary: Mrs Harold Meyers, financial secre. : Mrs. Alvin Sandier, audit Members of the b o a r d of trustees include the Mesdames L. wrence Adler. Norman M Giller, E. Max Goldstein. Stella Hantman, Albert J. Hirsch. W. Ellard Kohn. Maurice Serotta. ry V. Sim ms. Elry Stone and Ad lph Werthein i To Mark Birthday Of Israel. Mother's Day Pioneer Women Club No. One Of Miami Beach will mark the second birthday of the State of Israel and Mother's Day at a special celebration on Thursday evening, May li, at Krteseth Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid Ave.. according to Mrs. Henry J. Seitlin. president. Proceeds are earmarked for the Jewish National Fund. •Ir. Hadassah To Hold Taxi llaneo Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah wUl sp ins ir a -Tax; Dance" on Saturday evening, April 29. at 8:30 p.m. at the Town & Beach Club. Specialty and novelty dance.. and a "nosh box" auction have been planned. Proceeds will go ( t o support the group's Meier j Shfeyah Village in Israel. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is chair!man. Assisting her are Annette I Melich. co-chairman: Ann Hertz. 1 correspondence: Natalie Samuels, arrangements, and Francine Levy, publicity. J3£A^APRn^J the vow* Aduit'Si 1 ; Coral Gables Jew,s„ ^ be an event of Saturday iL at 9 p.m. at the cento Sb? wa.ters and can-can g„T furnish entertainment f nd S ery style attire will he \\L of the day. LEGAL NOTICE A II H .1 axillary Will onr Offi*rs file newly elected .1 s of the M ch • the, Jev e for 1 Vg ne ot =, Al •-. Kogai : Palm A\ :' t 1 p.m. m I witl ting of ing !-. %  A f name n< PLEASE ASK US How io Invest SI50 S500 SI000-S50IHI in I § II A E I. SECIRITIES PLEASE fil' n the coupon and mail it to AMERICAN PALESTINE SECURITIES CO.. INC. Member Natl, As?of Sec. Dea-ers. inc.. SD Broad St. New York 4, N.Y. WHitehall 4-5654 Name Address I can invest S NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CHAPTER 2722—AfTS HP 1941 I NOTICE Is HKREm U1VKN thai 1 •. I; %  Ta X >. I, ,',"• oti number, d S, '.-"' % %  si ,i., : HI May, A ir I'M?, ha* filed and i a* made appllcal %  • %  be Isxued thei'i m. Said embrai %  • the following u>propert>, In the County ..i Dade, State of Florida, t.. wit: i.. Block ::. it.-\. Plat of Portion i I Oolf Park Sec. -. i on1.05 Aci ea moi • oi l< se, Plal Book S4, Page :'.. m the Count} "I State of Floi .1 i, a i c tlflcate No. S. The --• n i property under the said cerIssued was in the name of Ureei • eld V • Inc. Lot 20, Bloi k 2, Junior Heights, A Sub Plal Book 19, Page i" the ,-, iiniv of Dade ,Stati .i Florida, an .. %  • The ..... — • ..f said proi • ... i • tlflcate Issued vai In the I Mi i Ion Platt. 1 9, Liberty City, A Sub., Plat Book 7. Page 7". ol Dade, Stati %  • I Cer i • N ...,.%  ..• of said propi ||f|i t, .... was .:. the %  .. .evens liBto IIKta.. 61, In thi !•,..-•. Ceitll %  f said | %  ; !: Fit! A Suli Certlfi. \ e of II Little Itiv. il.:. H if I %  • %  %  • %  %  %  ime of Chat F lies i \ • Manors, A • Book 24, P %  %  •.-. .1 tVrl iti No %  %  %  Tin ... : propel l> und< iss :• i was III the f K pen M. I'm ter. I. • ii, II %  k :. McK< evel Ti '... Page i". In the ..i • .a,. >• ti 0 f Floi Ida, n Certll te N '--' %  The i %  under ... : %  %  Issued was In thi • i nkn m n IS Bl h I. Mi Keevel Ti \ i a Book 9 I'ag" 19 In the ... .. • p | u ... Ceri • N The nsment of said • %  %  me ol n wn. %  • ....-.' ipe li ... %  • 'ourt H I Mul \ I %  • %  ) \ 1 E B I.EATHER.M • i •.. i' in Fl r.. N C STERRE Before You Vote Ask Yourself these Questions: How was I doing before Roosevelt?? How am I doing TODAV?? This senatorial election has a lot ot' issues -but none more important than the ones that conu-rn you as an individual! ISN'T IT TRUE — that today you, your family, and your friends are shoring more of the good thing* of life than ever before? ISN'T IT TRUt — that today people! earnings and wages -even dividends -are at on all-time high? ISN'T IT TRUI •that things like Social Security, Minimum Wage, and farm Support hove increased everyone's income and security? and...ISN'T IT TRUI -thol most of these measures were created by real Democrats like Roosevelt and Pepper ? Before you vote ask yourself •• How am 1 doing Today? Then vote to return to office a man who has done so much for the prosperity of all Americans ... CLAUDE PEPPER. YOUR USED TIRES HEVER BOUGHT SO MUCH BEFOtt! • Exclusive R0YAITEX new anti-skid traction holds where tires never held before. • Everlasting Whitewalls — no more curb-scuff and abrasion. Renewable tread-up to 60Co more safe miles. V. S. ROYAL MASTER • Exclusive high-speed, lowpressure design. • Chosen for the finest new cars. • If it isn't a U. S. Royal, it isn't "Air Ride." U. S. ROYAL GET OlIR^tf^ CHANGE-OVER DEAL 1. Top aflowaneas for unused miHifl*** tnt tires. 2. Paynvarrt terms or charge at yw* (•net. 3. Or* waakfraa trial rid. on your w MAKE YOUR /&£-&&*? CHANGE-OVER TO U. S. 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MV APRIL 28^ 195^ ;. Opfner Heads icfc PAGE NINE 53 Women J-s. idon rec mici Irvin ler I Sch Cl on v Hi Itarj pcial Inian rv: %  ier was elected %  Miami Beach B'rith Women ting of the unit ; Seymour Satin. Mrs. Optner durffice will be Mrs. Irs. Joseph Oritt, Goldberg, Mrs. • vice presidents; Sanders, recording Herbert Reichek, ry; Mrs. Maurice Stant financial secJack Silverman, I secretary: Mrs. Ben v lurer; Mrs. Sam blman, Ruardian; Mrs. Dave 1: Mrs. Sol Goldhnn rary trustee; Mrs. Carl kl,.. •; Harry Kaufman, Alper, trustees; Mrs. our s tin, counselor. cted lo the board of directors the Mesdamea Theodore i Balkin, Meyer [n, M B rnstein, Harry n li Einhorn, I. Leo Fein, Arthur Goldstein. Morris Villiam Hoffman, I' :.i v. David Joseph, K Albert Lehrman, Ip Lei Samuel Pollack, \. M. S. Purcel, nan !' i Norman ReigelBi rniri Rimer, Donald \V am Susman, Hyman i m Spiegel, Harold Teller, Gertrude ; Helen Wassman. Bus ai being made for an I] • luncheon to be held le Saxony Hotel on May 16. 1M Weinkle is in charge pangi n nts. To Meet Monday Ith David PTA will hold its meeting of the season on lay, May 1, at 8 p.m. at the I program, planned by Mrs. est Sussman, will comprati M tiicr's Day. Students Hebrew school will appear Iskit entitled "The Lives of luJewish Women" under Dim;ion of Mrs. Bernard %  dell, ROOM WANTED to Center of Gables by J Man, Univ. Student. Some |en Privileges. Mr. Marmorstein at the Atlantic Towers Hotel FOR RENT Klroom Apt. $42 Yearly 0 S. W. 23rd Terrace Tel. 83-1388 HIGH SALARIED BURANCE EXECUTIVE 111, interested in lady with 158,000 invest in business. Yte Mr. J., Box 2S73. Miami 18 FOR SALE Synagogue, 2-Bedroom f*n Frame Home. Furn. Itiful Large Lot—Double fee. Ph. Owner 89-3785 I SINGLE WOMAN j>s Partner for Small valescent Home. Must h Car. Write Mrs. B. } 2973. Miami 18 Strengthen Jewish Education For Jewish Survival, Dr. Prinz Says Jewish education is the primary force keeping Jewry alive and Jewish education must be greatly strengthened in America to meet the challenge of survival. This is the statement of Dr. Joachim Prinz, whose defiance of the Hitler regime led to his expulsion from Germany. Spirital leader of Temple B'nai Abraham, Newark, N. J., Dr. Prinz was principal speaker at the Jewish Education dinner held at the Delmonico Hotel Sunday night. Officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education, which sponsored the event, were installed by Louis Heiman, honorary president. Invocation was given by Haobi Jacob H. Kaplan, grace by Rabbi Simon April and benediction by Rabbi Morris Skop. David Isen acted as master of ceremonies. An outline of bureau activities was presented by Louis Schwartzman, executive director. Rabbi Irving Lehrman introduced the speaker and a salute to the second anniversary of the State of Israel was presented by Pincus Puchkoff in Hebrew. Elect Lucille M. YON ARX • TEACHER • ATTORNEY • BUSINESS WOMAN • SOCIAL WORKER SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT NO. 3 COUNTY WIDE VOTE—MAY 2 Dom. Prim. UM. Pol. A.lv ) Mrs. Ida Optner 14 Beach Center Women Attend Synagogue Meet Fourteen members of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish I Center attended the annual spring conference of the South Eastern Branch of the Women's League of the United Synagogue of America on Monday and Tuesday of this week. Members who attended the meet included the Mesdames I Irving Lehrman, Samuel Friedland. George Goldberg. Sophie: Robinson, Ann Lipton, Sam Oka, j Eva Sepler, Julius Seligman, Alex Sussman. Alfred Stone, Leonard | Wien. Samuel Wiesen, Ira C. Walsey and Benjamin B. Wolff. The conference opened official! ly on Monday afternoon with a i Torah luncheon session with Mrs. Wolff presiding chairman, and Mrs. Lehrman, principal speaker. Mrs. Lehrman, who founded and organized the group in Miami Beach four years ago, is now honorary president of the South Eastern Branch. Featured speaker at the Monday evening session was Rabbi Irving Lehrman. -.-.-.-.---.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-------.-.-^. A. Galbut Found Dead In West Palm Beach Funeral services were conducted Thursday, April 27. for Abraham (Al) Galbut. who was found dead Tuesday in West Palm Beach. Mr. Galbut, well known in the area as "mayor of South Beach," was a pioneer Miami Beach businessman and operator of the Washington Drug Co. A Democratic committeeman, Mr. Galbut was recentlj named "Elk of the Year." Survivors include his wife, Bessie; two sons. Hyman and Paul; and a daughter, Mrs. Miriam Kokkins. 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RIDAY, APRIL 28, 1950 *Je**i*ti Tlfrirti^m ablefl Group n i liases .Lot TV First Jewish Congregation [Coral Gables has purchased a SHoetion Of Mav €|uoo n To HigEilight Motflor-Waiiada Danee On May 7 PAGE ELEVEN .„ the southeast corner of Imora Ave. and Galiano St. and begin construction of a fcagogue cm the site in the neai Ip,.','.,,;.' plans call for a strucI r consisting of a large main tiplc live class looms, a rabbi's Ldv. •• completely equipped jtohen and an inside patio. |Thc congregation, which • was imded a year ago, first met in le Hill* 1 House. The group held eh Holy Day services in the Iral Gables Coliseum and has en using a building on Ponce Leon and Miracle Mile as ladquarters, Miamians To Attend magogue Conclave PhiSoutheastern Synagogue Inference, representing more an 30 Orthodox congregations i eight states, will meet for its I tih annual convention in Memj Is. T< nn on Friday to Monday, bril 28 to May 1. \mons the delegates representlocal Orthodox congregations fll be: Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, M. J. Safra, David Whitman, kthan Kaplan, Rabbi Simon bril, Rabbi Murray Grauer, |bbi Norman Siegal, M. B. Kahn, nder Ayintar. I. Solomon, Rabbi Jlmnn Posner, Norman Robbins IdH. Socolof. iudent Elected To ike Hillel Office Eighteen-year-old Stanley Joel Innon. freshman pre-medical %  dent al Duke University, has en elected recording secretary I the Hillel Organization there, i was also appointed to the staff the Duke ChronicleStanley is the son of Mr. and k. Irving William Cannon, §827 ird Road, West Coral Gables. |ie elder Cannon is a candidate state legislature Group 3. Eight organizations are sponsoring candidates for May Queen to be chosen at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Center May dance on Saturday, May 7. at the Shore Club Hotel Miami Beach. Cand i d a t e s named to date include Sunshine Ax J rod, M i a m i Beach Masada; Arita Brc n n e r. Miami Jewish \ -gComunity Cengter; Joan Morris, "Coral Gables Joan Aforris Jewish War Vet_ „ erans; Dolly LeVich Harris, Delta Phi Epsilon; Marilyn Hochmann. Phi Sigma Sigma. Also sponsoring candidates will be the Miami Beach YM & WHA, B'na-i B'rith Youth Organizations and the Young Married Group of Congregation Beth David. The queen will receive a large silver loving cup. a free weekend at the Shore Club Hotel and a complete outfit of clothing. Julio Torres and his orchestra Will provide music for dancing and a floor show will feature vocal selections by Dorothy Rothstein. $35,000,000 Raised WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A total of $35,000,000 has been received by the United Jewish Appeal thus far this year, including $137,000 in gifts presented last week by American Christian leaders, Henry Morgenthau. Jr., general chairman of the UJA, \|>.l I I IIH'lll 4.IMMI| GOON Over Top Announcement that the Miami Beach Apartment Asociation has raised $26,710 in the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal has been i made by Chairmen Sol Goldman and Ben Zion Ginsburg. One of the first groups to I its quota of $25,000, the association this year brought in over two and a half times more money than it has previously done. "I am extremely grateful for the untiring efforts of the chairmen and their eo-wokers," Dan Ruskin. campaign chairman, said. Serving with Goldman and Ginsburg were Meyer Taigi whom they praised for his standing work."' Rose Selil Helen Sanders, Matilda Rat Max Sulkin, Sidney Rubinowitz Ben Giller S. Vogel and J. Sklhr, LEGAL NOTICE announced at the concluding session here of the national conference called by the UJA National Christian Committe. Mr. | business Morgenthau also stated that $112,000,000 had been raised by the 1949 UJA campaign. The two-day conference here was the first ever called by a Christian committee of the organization. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIl'R Is HKKKBY UIVKN I the undersijrned, desiring to enKHgi the fictitious nui >( Colographlc Preen at 335 X. E. 59th Streot, Miami, Florida, Intends o legluter Bald name with the t'le ill,Clrcuil Court of Dade C< m Florida. I.ITHo PRESS, INC FRANK E. SOLOMON | Attorney for Applicant I 28 5/5-12-19 FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS klio completely equipped large PtoAer Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Vifivahs, Card Parties and Lodge Hettincjs. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER •1-5922, FOR INFORMATION "HOWDY FOLKS I I CERTAINLY Wilt APPRECIATE YOUB VOTE" ; R R Y W CARTER Candida!, for Re-e/ecHon MLROAD & PUBLIC lUTIES COMMISSION Dolly Levich Harris Cton&&4&i,


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>AY, APRIL 28, 1950 +Jewish norktian PAGE THIRTEEN [aiididate list for Outstanding [wards Grows rhr ,,,. additional candidates %  L been nominated for the ItsUnding Citizens' Awards tnsored by Dade civic and tyice organizations for the third Jtabbi Max Shapiro has been [mod for his "participation in t 3 Russell Floyd for her I jth community programs," L.^iJv charity work," and Mrs. s Hicks for "her extensive hivities with the Community lost and in the recent fundi ve to complete the Crippled liildren's Hospital." %  Awards will be made to the {(standing man and woman on bnday. May 28, in Bayfront Park i part of a city-wide AmericanJn rally. Mayors of all municiLlities will be guests of honor Ed a nationally known speaker Ell he beard It is expected that l ( Dade County mayors will Joclaim the date as "Outstanding Itizen Day" and will call upon leir communities to participate I the ceremonies. [Trophies will be presented to L winners by Joseph Lipton, [esident of Dade Federal Savings fed Loan Association, sponsor of lis year's awards. [Chairman Louis Snetman has enounced that nominations will lose on May 15 and that any % dividual or organization may ame their candidate by addresskg a letter to the committee at ft) Seybold Building, listing the nusual civic achievement of the Btninee in 1949. iorih Shore Unit To Seal Leaders Mrs. Bernard Hoffman will be (stalled as president of the North lore Women's Chapter, B'nai lYith. at luncheon ceremonies Wednesday, May 3, at 12:30 p.m. the Bel Aire Hotel. I Mrs. Harry Kaufman, a past resident of the Women's B'nai I'rith Council, will act as inalling officer. A musical prokam will follow the rites. [The B'nai B'rith unit enters its li'rd j ear of service and boasts a pter of more than 200 members. Be of their chief projects in 49 was the servicing of the lis ayne Elementary School lurses' quarters. 1 Other officers to be installed r. Mis. Louis Sherman, first fee president; Mrs. Herbert phen, second vice president; 'rs. George Levenson, third vice Resident; Mrs. Selma Leban, "assurer; Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, wording secretary; Mrs. Jack fein corresponding secretary; Irs Leon Rapee, financial secItary; Mrs. Fred Sommerstein fad Mrs. Melvin Pazol, trustees. IMrs. Leon Rapee is in charge vations. [iH.ill To Speak \t Installation iRalpn McGill. editor of the flan t a Constitution, author and prld traveler, will be principal pker at the installation banlet of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai [nth. on Sunday evening. May Jat the Saxony Hotel. IMcGill recently made an exTded tour of Israel and is [ing a nationally syndicated Ties oi articles on the Jewish ate. He was awarded an honorDoctor of Laws Degree by University of Miami in June, '*?. for "his distinguished career [journalism" and was principal leaker at the commencement %  ercises. A Preview Of Antibiotics And Diseases Of The Chest By DR. ALEXANDER LIBOW IN 90 SECONDS |**W S3 NE W LOW ^


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PAGE FOURTEEN i vHisUFfarSdliari !" DALAPR Letters To The Editor To the Editor, lian I' r Sir: D menl ugh weapoi t the Israel request and Western En I other Comraun st-th eat< ned < nt i %  It i> ;il! political poppycock and hypocrisy and jusl another way of, giving Israel a brush-off. Wo olaini to bo short, but at tho same time we keep supplying the British, who. in turn, also allege to be short, but not short enough to discontinue supplying unlimited quantities of arms to Egypt. Iraq and Hashemite Jordan countries. Could it be that we are shipping arms of all types to the British as a dropping off point for the British to transfer our arms to the above named countries? The British have never requested an inventory from any of (hose nations, of the quantities of arms they have stored and concealed away in their overparked warehouses The British | have never requested information concerning the armed force of ; Be i uMi ies. Why then, should the brass hats in our Defense Department require this pertinent secret information from the government of Israel? Why: The answer is very simple. Our brass hats are obvi msly pro-British, 1 -Egypt. pro-Iraq and proHashemiti Jordan i nti-Is ai I! If there ever was a nation that v. ,.:>• give its all %  • serve liberty, I n. freedon : %  • nd th >ught, i %  • %  --. it is th< nt Stal In due time, thosi v • same brass hal n Defi nse Department tl Is will n to thi full realization that the State Israel is an important, si Middle East outpost of democr; The Israelites will guard and defend d< i aga nst all undesiral li and >bn< i >us ton i" because J .-. si people have kr wn tl nds of years, thi tterness lshi| suffi ring •: an \ ten I % %  : II iur Defensi Department ficials w current his'• : %  • "> y would discover thai Egypl Iraq and Hashemite Jordar • nti il ..•• I i n tevi l the las n< n thi Axis : %  :. : si OV %  ... ;%  ., • he wall—particuli rlj i Egypt in the Defense Di %  have to admit that F I E %  I es, How blind I i an our officials in the Di fi nse De'partment be? Can't they distinguish the difference between %  friends and those who arc just usmg us for tin ir convenience? We are In very urgent need of friendly nations' in the Middle East and everywhere else in the world and we will not make friends if some of our public officials will continue to act like a lot of incompetents and chase real friends away from us. They had better wake up now. otherwise it may be too late to square matters as they have bungled up matters in China. Very trulv yours, CLAUDE D." ARMSTRONG. Miami Beach. I This t. : %  % %  h si if it %  out vour I D Oni i iur subscribe M, G T. 1020 N.W. 22nd Ave. We mription wJewisti Florid hi] Commercial Printing Hvpartmpitt %  420 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami Phones 9-6708 — 2-1141 Call us for an estimate on all your printing needs Operated by ROBERTS PRINTING CORPORATION LISTEN TO BIRNBAUMS JEWISH PROGRAMS WMBM 800 ON YOUR DIAL SUN. 5 P.M. TUES. 1:15 P.M. NOW TWICE WEEKLY EVERY SUNDAY EVERY TUESDAY ALWAYS INTERESTING ON STATION WMBM — 800 ON YOUR DIAL


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iY, APRIL 28. 1950 +Jewisti tier id kin PAGE FIFTEEN We're Voting CLAUDE BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE UECAVSB Florida's Senior Senator to the U. S. Senate in the May 2nd Democratic Primary no man in the history of this state has done so much for so many of the people of Florida Claude Pepper has proven himself a true friend of South Florida —having led the efforts to procure the Nautilus Hotel (now Mt. Sinai Hospital) for the City of Miami Beach, and havng initiated countless other major projects of direct benefit to this area BECAUSE Claude Pepper is a sincere believer in the principles of the Democratic Party, having achieved a record of 99% party unity during the last Senate session he has fought a vigorous 14-year battle for the establishment and recognition of a free and independent Israel he led the successful fight to eliminate the discriminatory aspects of the 1948 Displaced Persons Bill Claude Pepper has never sought to curry favor with one group at the expense of another; and because his stand has always been a courageous and outspoken one on the side of the people —of Florida and of the nation. Jo* H. Adams Harold Turk PVed li. Harriett J"hn B. On-, Jr. Max Orvlta Leo Robinson Fred Davant Harry Dietz Burnett Roth Dr. R. A. Rasco Bill Snayne Harry W. Preblsh Joe Ludtck W. Q, Ward Richard Berenson Frank Roche Jack Gordon Jack Ablln Dr. S. K. Kitchen* Dr. Irving Alberts Abe Allenberg E. Albert Pallot L. Anxlg Saul Ashkenazy Howard Dodge Ben Binder Jesse Bra m son Ned M. Letts George Cohen Harry Cohen Stanley C. Myera Herb Cohen T. R Knight Aaron Courshon Henry Cova John'Knlgnt Sidney Davidson J. Harry Day Shepard Broad Hugh P. Emerson David Dogoloff M. Desenberg I. Jack Halpcrin Sam Kalian Morris Kandel Charles Minov Sam W. Shapiro S. O. Polak Harry Fein berg I. Wm. Green David R. Isen Neil Berk Harry Aberman Harry I>avles S I. Bernbaum Mrs. Melvin Pazol Mrs. R. Prichason Morris Levin Dr. J. H. Klock Selma Rablnowitz Max Paul Mrs. F. I.. Rosen .. S. Shapoff "irs. A. Rosenberg BenJ. Shockett Mrs. J. H. RubyJack Dubinsky Jos. I.. Tepper Henry I* Greene S C. Davl* Max Gerber Abr. Halperin Harry Cohen Morris Fisher Al Jacobs M. M. Freedman Julius Kasdan Abe Mazor Harry Horowitz Ben Holtz I.co Eisensleln Jo,Epstein Win. < >. Yates Sam Steinberg M. Nash M. Krlegel JOHOl Rumba m Harry A. Miller Jos. M. Rose Cecil Woods Ben Uarth Wm. Slnnott Harold Bergidn Chester Wright Alfred Stone Leo Rosen Alex Sussman Leonard BanChas. Corn Monte Sellg Mrs. S. Leslie Ixtuis Cohen P. J. Davis Alex S. Gordon J. M. Llpton Miss E. Heller Sidney Oans Mac Cache Jack Solomon Jack A. Ablin E. W. Cohen Albert Pick Mrs. F. Godda Samuel Llpton Mrs. E Fenias Milton Fendrlck Mrs. L. Marcus Jack Muravnick Mrs. S. Kasmln Mrs. I. Kluger Arthur Frlshman Jules Gillette Carl V. Edwards lien Zlon Ginsberg Sol Goldstrom James T. Trihble Abe Hnlpern Mrs. Iona Hill N. H. Hankoff Saul H. Yuran Chas. Cohen Hen c.iller Mrs. I.ear Ed Cummings Carl T. Hoffman A. J. Kaplan Hayes Wood Sam Kaplan Hylan Kout Nell Hayes Jack Marcus Sam Margolles John Lunin Maury Mason Mickey Michaels Chas. B. Costar Martin Moldoff Harry Mufson Holmes Allen Frank Martin Ed Chambers Max Weiner S. D. Ansln Frank Thomas Stuart Moore Dan Channell Jack Pearlman J. J. Perlmutter R. A. Posey Fred Nesbltt Moses Ginsliurg Mrs. Max Goodman Sol S. Goldstrom bam W. Jamison Mrs. Ada Joseph Mrs. Isaac Kaplan Mrs. Joseph Klein Mis. Moses Krlegcr George Goldberg Joseph Waldman George Bernstein Harry Sirkln Mis. Bessie Nelson Louis Slurman John C. Starr %  Harry Gordon Ray T. Sterling Mrs. W. J. Cox Wm. Fisher Mrs. Al Osheroff ].ouis Adler Frank Nathan Lewis J. Worrell Benjamin Meyers Harry Zukernlck Harry Weinbent Samuel Frledland Alex Wittenberg James Ruby Henry Fuller Seymour Satin Harold Shapiro Murray Goodman Roland R. Sweet Mrs. Wm. Caplan Harry' Slmonhoff Webster Wsllace Mrs. Max Dobln Chas. Resnick Mrs. S. Kasanof John I). Montsomcry A. Frank Katzentlne Herbert I'. Feihelman Alexander S. Gordon Mrs. Louis Glasscr Norman Tartakow Mrs. Harry Faber I'liurman Whiteside Mrs. Ella Silvrrsteln Mrs. Rose G. Kaplan Mrs. S. J. Solomon Mrs. Alex A. Straus Mrs. Paul Weilznian Miss Clara Golilenberg Mrs. Marry Davleu Mrs. Leo Osheroff Mrs. Albert Pick Mrs. Paul Weltsman Judge Harold Spaet Mrs. Morris J. Goldln Mrs. Jane Matthews Mrs. Muriel Merlin Sidney A. Stelner Mrs. J. W. Cronln Miss Dorothy Diamond James S. Rainwater Carl T. Hoffman Wm. Taradash Jacob Berkowltz Mrs. Alfred Stone Mrs. Herman 1-evitt Mrs. Gershon Miller Mrs. Kenneth Oka George Jacobs Herman Strelff Mrs. G. Kaplan C, E. Chrlstman Mrs. Laura Moore Mrs. Ben SherryHarry Sisselman Mrs. Gertrude Lacha Mis. Phillip Lefkowltx Mrs. i.ouis Makofsky Rose C. Honlgbaum Mrs. Harry Kaufman Mrs. S E. Schwartz Mrs. Chas. Greenherg Mis. Stanley Phillips Mrs. Emanuel Goldstlch Mrs. Muriel Hirsch Pick Mrs. Dorothy Krelger Fink Mrs. Jennie Grosslnger • Morris C. DeWoskln Mrs. David Pollack Mrs. Harold RubyMrs. Seymour Satin Mrs. Mark Sllversteln Mrs. Harold Spaet Mrs. Geo. Sugarman Mrs. Bertram Thorpe Mrs. Harold Tobln Mrs. Florence Wharrle Mrs. T. P. Arvan Mrs. A. Schatzberg Mrs. Alexander Kogan Mrs. Saul Ashkenazy Mrs. Wllma Lee Aderman Mrs. Lena N. Mintzer Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Mrs. Arthur Frlshman Mrs. Gilbert Goldman Mrs. Sid Goldstrom Mrs. A. Honlgbaum Frances R. Joseph Mrs. Lewis Julian Harry Bodensteln S. C. Stamploman Janet L. Shawmut Mrs. Gilbert Balkln Mrs. Joseph Bloch %  ... And tens of thousands of others who are working for and voting for a real Democrat in the May 2nd Primary ...CLAUDE PEPPER. (Pd. Pol. Adv.l



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•*. PAGE SIXTEEN vjewistfriorkMxn • n i* I tables Wo HI II Plan Donor Fet* Plans are being formulated for the first donor luncheon of the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Ji w sh Center to be hold at the Shelborne Hotel. Miami : on w. d lesd y, M \y 17, at 12:30 p.m. S %  I by the : V. So' B un W K ': I. S. '' N .1 i Kolbei*. H %  Rea Mrs. Wi 11. Parent Education Series To Wind Up seven -1 Comunil %  -;Helen ] s %  %  th So51 .. :" %  % %  !.-—-.~ -~'— Men's Club To Meet The newly organized Beth | David Men's Club will meet ratoAY.Ann. Thursday, April^T!?! 5 ^ the new synagogue, a cLH an announcement hi. Si Diamond, president ** #!# County \ Vvih VAN DIIS£H A School Man For The School Board LET'S ELECT C. RAYMOND (RAY) VAN DUSEN 1 i i A, /'J MM Candidate Advocates Reduced Causeway Tolls • the Venetian i .-v ay v. i: e advocated by N. D. Wainwright. Jr., of Starke. • ; r Railroad and Pu .' mm issioni Wainwright who is running in group ne, said he w uld work for ultin moval of tolls on the Miami-Miami Beach traffic tery His statement was released here by Th mas S. F< rguson, state ger. At the final meeting of the hotel unit of the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, Joseph Gardner, co-chairman of the unit, surprised Joseph M. Rose, also co-chairman, with the presentation of a heart which bore the inscription: "To Joe Rose, the guy with the biggest heart, presented April 4, 1950 by the executive committee of the hotel unit." Ace-Saxon Personnel Attend Family Picnic Ace-S ixon. Inc., S >uth's gest < igan tt vi nding began it? [sen to the South F celebi ating with • %  Sun I • 16. for all n: lies. T Id at Mai n '• %  '.Sax : thai part th %  Fish Fry Planned adults. Reservations may be obThe West Miami Jewish Center taiiwd by calling 4-4356. will sponsor a fish fry at Matheson Hammock Shelter on | Sunday. May 7. at 1 p.m. A fuli I program of athletics Ms being j planned for both children and : Ai .) Distributed by \ MEAT PRODUCTS ui I*'" KOSHER QUALITY DELICATESSEN MEATS Hi-Grade Food Co. 1733 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 9-8456 LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL IEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR BROADCAST NOW FIVE TIMES WEEKLY FROM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY AT 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. AND SUNDAY FROM 2:30 TO 3:00 P.M. OVER STATION WFEC 1220 on the Dial Directed and Announced by = 25th Anniversary CUSTOM TAILOR 25 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele I 1140 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 HEALTH INSURANCE IS AVAILABLE NOW The American Way' WITHOUT: WITHOUT: SIMON SEIDEN 1. Force on you by Governmen\ Police or "Gestapo" Agents. 2. Another forced deduction from your pay starting at 1% and increa-sing to 3% 6% or 9% of your income. WITHOUT: 3. A monopoly of ONLY one Government Plan against which you will have no choice. YES, Health insurance IS NOW AVAILABLE to the people of FLORIDA from more to One Hundred qualified Insurance Companies — Freedom to chose your own— tow YOUR DESIRES. RETURN WILBUR KING To The Florida Railroad and Public Utilities Commission He is working to improve • Railroad fsrvice • Telephone Service • Bus Service • Telegraph Service • Trucking S*rvice PUT KING BACK^ He has HONESTLY AND EFFU CIENTLY regulated these f fV| ices for you. • *? %  •_, A Business Man — Experienced — Efficient His Aim: Better transportation and communication -•* service for all Florida. .-•> ^ VOTE THERE IS AVAILABLE TO YOU"; 1. HOSPITALIZATION 2. SURGICAL CARE 3. LOSS OF INCOME 4. LIFE INCOME MAIL THIS NOW Let Us Show You FILL OUT AND MAIL COUPON FOR DETAILS „ %  • %  .:-• •' %  •' service for all Florida, th 0TE FOR WILBUR C. KIHGfMAYj L He_will app/ecjate your vote and yppony TjMJUyila! 4i'f?!iirMt'' IT IS AN AMERICAN PRIVILEGE AND DUTY FOR EVERY CITIZEN OVER 21 TO VOTE WON'T YOU VOTE AS YOU PLEASE BUT VOTE ON TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1950 135 Riverside Ave. Jacksonville, Fla. f lease furnish full Informotion Hopiialio'ion t Lost of Intern* I lilt Income without obligation to me. bo*



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UDAY, APRIL 28, 1950 vJewisti fhrijian PAGE SEVENTEEN GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will tave on a naw roof latar "8atlafactory Work by Expsrlencad Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avanuw PHONE 4-5180 '1*>+<>K~K *WH3&: SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOB REST. CONVALESCEMC8 AND CHRONIC r5LJ wmtl rot aookbCi iaa aw ao'r couirr L^ELQRIQAJ —Associated Temple Israel recently launched a drive for a new Sunday school building io be known as the [Colman A. Zwitman Religious School in memory of the congregation's late spiritual leader. Pictured labove laying the groundwork for the drive are (1. to r.) Harold Ruby. Sunday school superintendent; [Mrs. Max Meisel, sisterhood president; Mrs. Louis Zeientz, executive secretary of the temple: Jules Ipearlman. president of the congregation; Michael M. Isenberg, president of the men's club. S. J. Frcedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Av*. Miami Beach Bet*, eon Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-9017 /WV„-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-y^"A^V.-^.-.' I. H. Rosenhouse Pull Lever 27-A. |For Common Sense Way to: SARNEH $28,000,000 Revenue LIMINATE Sales Tax. Bookies ad Syndicated Racketeers— WITHOUT Legalized Gambling. |y Adopting: "ROSENHOUSE DOKIE BUSTER BILL PLAN" Establish sufficient pari mutual sub-stations within 75 miles radius (Dade, Brov.ard and Palm Beach I Counties) wired directly to Totalizer at Track the same cs at "BOOTHS" within track enclosure, which will [record all play on or off trek on "TOTO BOARD" sameas at track. Track "TOTE BOARD" to be I televised at each SUBI STATION so wagerers able I to see change of odds and amount of play same as at I track. Substations to be operated by employees of track (not I private licensees) under I Racing Commission supervision under same rules as I booths at track — hence |"NO POLITICS." [Only sriort amendment to "a. Statutes Sec. 550.16 I necessary. I* H. Rosenhouse Miami. Tel-phone 3-5418 915 Olympia Building le Bookie Buster Candidate for Legislature Group 3) Nasoned Lawyer 25 years active Miami practice. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) Flaglor-diraiiafla Center Elects Masters Prexy • Joe Masters was elected president of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Comunity Center at a recent meeting of the group. He succeeds Herman Feldman. ., Other officers elected were Ben j Clein, vice president: Sid Stiller, treasurer; James Segal, financial secretary; Naomi Stiller, recording secretary; Sylvia Freed, corresponding secretary. Members of the board include Sidney Raskin, Leo Rothstein, Robert Tauber, Charles Adelman, Daniel Honaroff, Maurice Shaw. Honorary board members are Solomon Issenberg and Isaac Rubenstein. Plans are now being formulated for ground breaking for a new community center. Rabbi Lehrman To Speak Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be guest speaker at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on Saturday, April 29, at 3:30 p.m. at 124 11th St.. Miami Beach. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, chairman of the forum, will speak on "How To Live a Hundred V %  .-.. Happily" on Tuesday at 8 p.m. The forum will join America's Town Meeting of the Air at 9 p.m. Elect "'Jim" James M. NOEL TO DADE COUNTY School Board Vote County Wide J VETERAN LEGIONNAIRE GRADUATE TEXAS A. & M. LAW STUDENT U. OF MIAMI BRING SCHOOL MATTERS OUT IN THE OPEN! Let*s All Solve School Problems! PULL LEVER 32A MAY 2nd FOR JIM (Pd. POl. Adv.) Local Human Relations Program To Feature UN Radio Workshop for Democracy, a community wide, dramatic weel.ly radio series devised to promote good human relations, will present "The United Nations —The People's Hope" Saturday, April 29, at 7:45 p.m., over station WMIE. Robert Baron, M. J. Berliner and Gertrude Marx are in the cast. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN v.lewisiiflcricflan y %  &f • %  Van Straaten Heads Beach Zionist Group Alex Van Straaten. Miami Beach civic leader, was elected to succeed Alfred Stone as president of the Miami Beach Zionist District at a recent meeting at Temple Beth Sholom. Van Straaten. originally from Philadelohia. Pa., served as the head of various community groupsin that city. He was president of Northern Liberties Hospital: president. Temple Judea; president. Green Valley Country Club; vice president. Osteopathic Hospital, and director of Erie National Bank. He has been active in the Miami Beach Zionist District since its inception and served as membership chairman this past year. Following the annual report by SfcHie. Golden Book Certificates inscribing the names of the recipients in the Golden Book in Jerusalem, were awarded for •loyal and devoted service" to the i following: Daniel M. Broad Shepard Broad. George M. Cohen. Dr. E. J. Edelman. Leon J. Ell Jacob C. Fishman. Paul Oilier. Ben Zion Ginsburg. I. R. Goodman. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Dr. Louis G. Lvtton. Abraham Mason. Judge ; Kenneth Oka. Joseph Pardo. Gilbert Rappaport. Harold Shapiro and Alfred Stone. Others elected to serve were j vice presidents. Dr. David S., Andron. 'Daniel M. Broad. Ben Zion Ginsburg. I. R. Goodman. S. A. Goodman. Judge Kenneth Oka: financial secretary. Bertram Mil: lerr recording secretary. Murray i Goodman: treasurer. Louis Miller, j Directors include Abraham ] Goodman chairman: Benjamin i Appel. Leonard Barr. Charles | Bender. Andre Bialolenki. George I M. Cohen. Nathan H. Darsky, Paul Eisman. Leon J. Ell. Bernard \ S. Feiner. Jake Felt. Jacob C.! Fishman. Martin Genet. Simon S. Gerson. Leonard Glasser. Dr. M. J. Ghck. Nathan Glosser, Hy Goldfeld. Dr. Morris Goodman. Morris J. Kandel. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Louis J. Krensky, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Oscar Lelchuk. Dr. Leo M. Levin, Ehiel Lesowoder. Harry Levine. George Levy. Dr. M. A. Lipk:nd, Harry I. Magid. Rabbi M shay P Mann. Abraham Mas n. Jos ph Maz Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Max Meisel, Joseph Pi Harry Platoff. Samuel ?r.;:errr.3r.. G:".ber: Rappa;. R it bi Joseph Ha k vsky, Melvin Richards a. Burnt tt Roth Sey. Rubin, Dr Z. I. Sa Philip Salm a. Irving S:hatzman. Har ~.i Shapiro Matthew SilverJ. S 112 Sol L. Sugarman. George Talian :':'. Gus I Harry A Weiss. Past presidents % %  autoi it Uy -• vi n [ directors ari Shepard 3r;ad. Dr Louis G Lytton. Judge H Id Spat I, Jack D. Burris .-.r.i All 1 St at Alex Van Straaten Grainger To Play With T-M Band The University of Miami School of Music will present Percy] Grainger with symphonic band. and chorale on Tuesday. May 2. 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Senior Hieh School auditorium. He will play Grieg's Piano Concerto in A Minor with the band and will conduct the band and chorale in several of his own | compositions. Grainger is no stranger in Miami since he has made several appearances here with the University of Miami Band and Svmphony previously. Tickets for the concert are on sale at the University -Symphony Office, the Downtown ticket office 228 S.E. 1st St., Amidons Music Store, 220 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables, and the Miami Beach Radio Co.. 1219 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Simonhoff To Speak Harry Simonhoff. Miami attorney and Jewish Floridian columnist, will speak on "The Future of Jews in Soviet Russia" at the Miami Jewish Community Center on Monday. May 1. at 8:15 p.m. This is the second in a series of weeklv lectures co-sponsored by the Miami Masada. the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Jewish Community Center and the Young Adult Council of Miami. Isaac Levin Unit To Hold Social An "Old Fashioned Hoe-down and Social" featuring rustic costumes and entertainment will be sponsored by the Isaac Levin Lodge. Bnai B'rith. on Saturday, April 29. at 8:30 p.m., at the Coral Gables Women's Club. A box lunch auction will be one of the highlights of the program. Prizes will be awarded for the most original costumes and dance music will be provided by Uncle Harve's Band. Chairman of the evening is Phillip Schiff. Assisting him with arrangements are Leonard Lubin, decorations: Morton Perry, entertainment: Emanuel Levenson and Albert Beer ticket sales: Emanuel Berliner, publicity: Robert Levin, program and Mike Nedelman, prizes. Tickets may be obtained from lodge members or at the door. Gulfstream Attendance, Mutuels Hit Record The Gulfstream Park Racing A-ciation closed one of its most successful seasons last week with mutuels and attendance sounding a high note right to the finale. Entirely disregarding early pro-! phesies of a drastic recession, the j roval palm course exceeded last ve'ar's figures by a wide margin.' showing the greatest percentage growth in revenue of any track I in the state. In 1940 a total of S26.692.985 was wagered by 440.068 visitors. The average afternoon play was S66T.324. and that represented an increase over the year 1948. During the meeting just concluded betting figures swelled to $28,227,251 for the regular forty days of sport, with another Scholarship Day added which brought the over-ali figure to S28.648.861. Attendance during the scheduled 40 days totalled 446.050 while 7.441 guests on Scholarship Dav brought the final figure to 453'.491. ""DAY. APRIL The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA MUUABEACHI 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Top*. B*TUd Mirror* and ResiWering Our Spjdih, LAG. 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I IAY, APR IL 28. 1950 Jmttti Fttridftann PAGE NINETEEN B Dade Center L g New Members ttv-tuo new families were Errd into the North Dade Eh Center at a party held at Trenur. 13630 West Dixie US %  iast week. Over 150 jpns'iit'ifnded. %  Taxman, former mayor of Ih Miami, acted as master of Tnonic-i and Irving Jacobson, tmbor of the Miami Opera Id .nU-rtained. Music was lis'ht'd by the Travel Aires and bshmi-nts were served by the essesMrs. H. Baskin and M. Fosman. Ktlison Debate Squad Wins Contest Sponsored By B'nai It Hi I. Lodge itadruth To Celebrate el Independence Histadruth L'Tarbuth i of Greater Miami will celee the second anniversary of (independence of Israel at its meeting of the season on %  day April 30, at 3 p.m. at boza Outdoor Forum, 124 Dth Miami Beach. Jcheduli d to speak in Hebrew |he meeting are Rabbi Moshay Mann whose topic will be "The |r Man in the Talmud," Itshag Id. native of Tel Aviv, "My \ in the Kvuzah" and Uri fcsburg. Israeli captain, "How I We Accomplish Our Victory." Schwartzmcm To Speak At Gables Services Louis Schwartzman, director of the Miami Bureau of Jewish Education, will be guest speaker Friday, April 28, at the 8:15 p.m. services at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. His subject will be What Shall We Teach Jewish Children Today?" Rabbi Morris A. Skop will present Certificates of Honor to members of the center religious school who have completed the special studies for teachers arranged by the Miami Bureau of Jewish Education. Mrs. Home Is IWY Unit Leader Mrs. Sidney Home was recently named president of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary of the Norman Bruce Brown Post 174. Others elected to office were Mrs. Ted Lingaton. senior vice president; Mrs. Hy Morris, junior vice president; Mrs. Nat Brown, treasurer; Miss Ruth Rosenthal, secretary; Mrs. Walter Stewart, chaplain; Mrs. Ben Snetiker, conductress; Mrs. T. Solomon, patriotic adviser. Installation is slated for Sunday, May 7, at 8 p.m. at Beth El. erglades Club Pans Card Party Hub Everglades of the Works's Circle will sponsor a card Jty on Sunday, May 7, at 7 at the Workmen's Circle Ceum. 1545 S.W. 3rd St.. ac iingto Mrs. Evelyn Weiner. kirman of the event. Proceeds from the affair will [used for the maintenance of |hild which the club is supportTickets may be procured by jhng Mrs. Weiner at 9-5052 or s. Kitty Labor at 3-3256. meeting of the group will be Tuesday, May 2, at 8 p.m. bongfest led by Mrs. Laber will Bow. \aron Aronoff is program airman. (pomplete and Jbependalfe c7i//e oe&in'ce Hugh Allsworlh, coach of Miami Edison High School, the winning team in last year's high school detate contest, and Sherburt S. Weiss, attorney, shown with the trophy which was awarded to his team again Saturday. The contest is sponsored by Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. —Associated TRUCKING BOND TRANSFER. Inc. )CAL & LONG DISTANCE MOVING Phone 2-3144 1812 N. W. 7th Ave. David Starke and Robert Miller, representing Miami Edison High School, were winners of the statewide high school debate contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. The team was victorious over a group of 24 contestants which gathered in Miami from South Florida high schools to debate the question of a liberalized displaced person's bill. The winning team and coach, Hugh Allsworth, will receive as first prize a one week's all expense trip to Washington, D. C, where they will be the guests of the Florida legislators and leading figures in the nation's capital. Their school will gain possession of the 27" citizenship trophy which was also won last year by the Edison debate squad. Schools represented in the eliminations and semi finals Thursday and Friday include West Palm Beach, Hollywood, Miami Jackson, Miami Senior High, Miami Beach High, Miami Edison and Ponce de Leon. -——?•"""* %  "" 1 O.K. OKELL For Re-Election STATE LEGISLATURE Group 1 OKELL'S RECORD Voted Outstanding First-Term Member 1945 Legislature. + Member of Dade House Delegation Voted Most Outstanding and Effective in 1949 Legislature. Sponsored Dade County Port Authoiity Law. Sponsored Miami-Dade County Single Voter Registration Law, Sponsored Consolidation of Dade County Tax Districts. Supported Slate Participation in Federal Program. j+ Supported School Foundation Program. + Supported State Citrus Code. 1+ Supported Statewide Cattle Fencing Law. OKELL'S PROGRAM I* Opposed to Further Legalization of Gambling. I* For Central State Purchasing Agency. I* For State Tax Commission. j* For Revision of State Constitution. I* For Adequate Aid to Aged. Blind and Dependent Children. Okay Okell For Another Term (Pd. Pol. Adv.) Special School Flood Control The runner-up team, also of Miami Edison, Jack Rensberger and Dale Sappenfield, will receive silver trophies, and contestant's keys will be awarded to all debaters participating in the preliminary and semi-final rounds. Chairmen of the contest, Jerome Weinkle and Sherburt Weiss, have announced that a full week of sight-seeing tours and entertainment are planned by the national offices of B'nai B'rith in Washington, D. C. The finals were broadcast on a one hour radio program on station WGBS. Sidney Aronovitz, president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, presented the individual trophies to the winners. Judges at the finals were University of Miami Prof. Donald Sprague, Edward Underwood and the Rev. Ladislov Biro. Herald Staffer To Speak James Lyons, staff writer for the Miami Herald, and former music and art critic for the Boston Globe, will be guest speaker at the weekly luncheon meeting of Sholem Lodge. 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PAGE TWENTY kif*rrirf*T>n FRIDAY I i %  LEGAL NOTICE Chaplain's Remains Shipped To Israel The remains of Chaplain Louis Werfel, one of the first Jewish chaplains to lose his life in the war, will be shipped to Israel for re-burial in c nee with the ; his family, it was anc F nounced by the R al Council of A if which he was a member. An informal sen was conducted by a delegation of the Rabbinical Council at I pier when his remains were d upon the boat prior to its departure. It was disclosed that Dr. Yaakov Greenberg. member of Knesset, will be on hand to meet the boat when it arrives in Israel and provide proper burial. Chaplain Werfel met death in KXOX DIM-RID.UTOI-S. t WO X W •_ T .. • 13th Street. Miami, Florida. and at an airplane crash in North Africa in 1943 on his way to conduct religious services in an army camp. He was a graduate of the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that :nto <-m. |U'T< 'IIS. HI i.'"' 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COYLE ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA MILLER ROSE BLANK KRAMER MARION PREHI.IXG MICHAEL BLANK JEROME BLANK MYERS, HKIMAX A KAPLAN • ) for Ai plicants I 21-SS 5 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW IIVEN thai ng to > %  %  • %  :* K-A DISTR !S N W -.%  I at ntend l th thi • %  F INK II A COYLE \ K MAP NG MICHAEL PL VXK INK MYERS. II CAILAN • • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S 'ICE IS H IIVEN thai en| und< r thi I \ egistei Ith I of the ALFRED LEWIS RAE LEWIS STANLEY RICHARD Vti %  nta R d I 21-28 3 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the in,., deali Ing to engage In inder the fictitious name ol Co. al 5S North Mi.inn Avenue, Intends to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court i' I lade Count} Florida. MILTON IRVING GREEN i iwm-r MYERS, HKIMAX & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant I 25 6 5-12-19 M NASATIR. Proorim DirrtiYIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR WIIVZ (9*0 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY '2 00 Noon to 1:45 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. A VARIETY OF STARS IN THE LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listeto cr Seecal Featu'e at "BUILDERS OF ISRAEL" N a r ra tor HAROLD SHAPIRO NOTICE UNO PR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that derslgned, desirim: i. > .-nuage ,,, • -.under the flctltloui name of PHYSICIAN'S PHARMACY, at H31 North Bayshore Drive, .Miami Florida. Intends to registei said name with C ik ,-f th.Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD WEISS I £1-28 S 5-12 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  IN -' %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that iderslgned, desiring t< > engage in in< sa under the fictitii I UN-TORS' HALL PHARMACY Street, Miami, Florida, In• with the the Circuit i in : Dade ':' CH VRLES M BRl iWN BARAD Z AFULLER Atl rneyi ... NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW x %  'EN thai %  l c x %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT coURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL ClRCflT IX AXD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 131 U MARIA inlXIIlKXK. l'laintiff. vs. .loSKI'K I OONIBENE. Defendant. Tn JOSEPH F. OONIBENE, UTS GLEN MORE AVENUE BRiniKLYN. X. Y. Vou are hereby required to serve a f your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the I'lalntiff's attorney and to file the original answer In th" Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dade County, Florida, on or before the II ,l.n ..f May, 150; .ilh.-rvvi.se. the Bill ..f Complaint for Divorce heretoherein will be taken as --. i by you. ; >.,-• l „: Miami, Florida, this 18 !..-. of April, \ D 1-:. B LEATHERMAN, %  erk ol the • "licuil Court Dade County, Florida. • Seal) Bj : WM. W. STICKINO, l >. p tty %  'lerk. v n I PI ,-. \.. ".< !M \N % %  : LY< -XS. -_" %  -!.' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW :BY GIVEN that engage In • • name of t Hoti %  \| B< %  9 ith the Cli if th, %  >l STEVEN HOTEL CoRP. B: MARK SILVERSTEIN tary 14/7-1 l-21-2< NOTICE UNDE FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring I business under the fictitious name ol MIAMI COTTON FIBER COMPANY at 3010 X. W. North River Drive. Miami. Florida. Intends to register s.iid name with the Clerk .,f the Circuit Court "i" Dad.Countv, Florida DAVID POTTASH ELRY STONE Attorney for David Pottasfa i 21-2S 5 5-12 • %  • • %  %  • %  •. %  D • %  nd Sect \ %  A.I1 %  %  ES rHER KARP, A-. Estate of JOSEPH KARP, Deceased. DIANA CiK>PERS: 23." I. oln Rd.. Miami Attorney for A l \ %  i 21-25 5 '.-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW X-iTI''E IS HEREBY CIVEX that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under tin fictitious name of Gables Surplus Centei al 115 Alhambra Circle. Coral Gables, Florida, Intend to regist.-r said name with the Clerk "f the c\:v,l:t I'-.uit ..f Dude Countv Ploi Ida. HAROLD I BIEGEL .„ ,. CLARENCE SIEGEL I 21-28 .5-12-19 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridicm solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rales. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. '• : "ICE UNDER F CTIT-O '. A-.-E LAW • • %  x i: : v NOTICE UNDER FICTTTIOUS NVf LAW GIVEN thai : ..... ... f of : NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  I'V-V.;-^-" 1 '' 1 1 1 '"'HT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY • — IN CHANCERY, No! UTTER. Plaintiff, vs. V. BUTTER, .11: DVROLD V BUTTER, .11: SI %  1 %  ; K i I In the the Circuit entil E B LEATHERMAN] Clerk ol C FEIGE, RMANUEL LEVENSON %  • F %  25 5, 3-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that •ne to engnge in .'"-;. :s name of LAIBSON MENU SERVICE at 33 >'A\ North River Drive, Miami, FJa !k 7n" J/V"* t r MUd n im "h the I !-rk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County. Florida. MARTIN LAIBSON. Owner U£ S.W. 27th Lane, Miami Fla. i T-14-S1-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ..X_. NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in .'/nvS l i. U ^*r^S; OctlUoais name of I ARK bit PLUMBING CO not Irc AV..: Miami" l':..',.,; re -'• I 'as d name with It Court f Dad. LEO HOHAUSBR WII.I.IAM H BARONDESS Partners 14 7-14-H. %  IX -r, N P T C f vI9CREATORS IN THE i ol XTY JUDGE'S COURT F^.i-n!; 1 : AM: COUNT? •H'A. IN PROBATE No! .ATE OF THOMAS D. ABBOTT 1 -. ......| ind All Persons Havmg ^telms or Demands Axainst Bald ]'. •'• 1 < h of you. are herebv I and required to present anv and demands whfoh ,^ r eithei ,.f you, may havagainst the estate of THOMAS D ABUDTT lie late of Miami. Dade Countv" Plorlda, to the Hon. W. F in n ,, n County Judge of I>ade Count' "'d file the same in his office in th' u n '>' Courthouse in Dade Count* contain the legal address of ,he -t and to be sworn g a l ,•-;'-!..af..resaid. or same m m 3 -p r ro-h! l ,e^ ( S '' l ll0n !" *Z Date April 4, A.D. JJ50 JACK A ABBOTT v Vf",,: •^; I r T w„ 1 JAl K A. ABBOTT i V-i7:' : v i;xecu "> r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t< eiuraci btisinesa under the fk'tltlous nain.,-r TOWN VINTNERS, al (M x. w %  13th sin-, i, Miami, Florida, and al 12260 X. E. ISth Court, .Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK IIAItol.D F COYLE ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA MILLER ROSE BLANK KRAMER MARK N FREHLINQ MICHAEL BLANK I BRl >ME BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN .* KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 4/21-2S 5/5-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Cooperative for the Blind at City of Miami. County of Dade, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SYLVIA SALZMAN 4/14-21-28 5/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PARK HAH AND GRILL at 1527 West Flagler Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM .1. in HSI I Sole Owner MVEliS, HKIMAX AXD KAI'LAN Attorneys for William .1. Boish I 7-14-21-28 .".. 5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage n BS under the fictitious name --f SUPERIOR WINDOW CO. at Dade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l'ade Countv. Florida. AL BRENNER HARVEY BRENNER EDWARD L'DELSI IN Partners M MIX PABER Attorney for applicants I 7-14-21-2S NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i IF FLORIDA, IN AND I'. i|; DADE en XTY. LX CHANCERY, No. 131! I BARBARA CLEMENT, Plaintiff, vs. EUGENE CLEMENT, Defendant You. EUGENE CLEMENT, c o Hyde I'.i:;. Arms Hotel, S183 South Harpi i Street, Chicago, Illinois are hereby notified that a Bill of Complain) for Divorce has been filed Inst you; and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Plead Ing U> the Bill of Complain! on the plaintiffs Attorney, MAX R SILVER, 922 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of t)le clerk of the Circuit curt on or before the 10th day of .May. 1950. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AXD ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 11 day of April, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida, iCircuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MAX R SILVER :•.'.' Sej hold Building Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff ii 14-21-28 5/6 131865. IN ''HA.WJELAINE G( %  >. ,.,,., %  *! SEYMOI'I! \I ; hN|1 llsJ fendant 'r'Kngl TO: SEYM..| |( ., ,. ^l •' :;i I'M. i,\, .:'. **"'PRII AND 111 ,. :BY I your Al omnlali i wheh ., ll l • -,v| ih original %  *M nS the Cli ,,' •• th* Plorlda, on .. ,"/' '^le May. |; i; Worn* (circuit c r^ca By WM. \v. ST0 KAPLAN, DIFT7 JOSEPH W. MALI*K U S '" •I-'" Lincoln Road ELEVENTH JCoSgfP 131GS4. "" f HAXCBftl VIVIAN PI II I <„-.,. J Pontiff, -.. .'VIVPD ^ IUJ ^^ Trenton, New Jeraw 1 Dated .v (| WM iv I M 4'7-M N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUT u .,.. ^*"E LAW HEREBY OIVEXlg -'3 ,.\-''. ....... S.W County, i AI.KREP .tr.LER MAI'.Tl.N : ':.NKK!.STi:iX Attorn.-N f„r Alfred Adler 4/14-21-28 ", NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— No. 22710. RE: ESTATE i >K MARY JAFPE, torn %  MARY JAFFE UREEN, I>.eased N' iTICE is hen bj given that 1 have flieil mj final report and petll .ii _• as l.'\. A: w of the %  %  laffe. I Mai j flreen, d< i a B< -l and l hat on h %  %  .-. Hoi W p. Blanton, ludgi Dade C mi • • irl and • ix % % %  the Esl ite -• Marj .' ffe, :' -1 i decessed, Th i da %  y JOAN AXX SILVER, EXi • K ol the Esl of M ffe, formi 11. Mary 'i een, dei eased. ELRY STONE • >r Exec uti i\ i T-: 1-21-28 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DP FLORIDA IN AXD FOR DADE '„','; C|V — 1N CHANCERY, No. KATHERINE WVNKR. Plaintiff. VS. ^BERNARD WYNER, Defendant. I" BERNARD WYNER % %  'u-e Unknown BERNARD WYNER r o Dorothy Rubin Asheville, North Carolina You, BERNARD WYNER, are herei.y notified that a Bill of Complaint tor Divorce has been filed aeainst you. and you are required to serve a copy Of your Answer or I'leadinir to the l.i.l of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. Theodore J. SakowitZ. Es.| '-Mybold Building. Miami, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the '" %  cult ourt on or before the 15th ;'. lu ,or ,h "*"' demanded in the Rill of Complaint ,.,""-> K AND ORDERED at Miami. M.,rlda. this 7 day of April. A.D. „ E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. 'Circuit Court Se.li By WM w BTOOKINO, T'-IOIIDIIIU: sAKoVvurz' y C e '" k n :-.:,:;' :MlnR PlalnUff NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE IKCtir D)(RT OF THB ELEVENTH Jl'WriAL CIRCm OF FL' 'III DA, IS AXU TOR KADi COUNTY. IX CHMWSKY, Ng 13171S. ALOIS SKIER. Plair.tm, vs. ROSIXA SE1ER, I'rt-niMt. YoU. ROSINA SEIER. co J. Perl. Box 15, R'Hiie 1, RoiL Californ ire hsrebj n I :v.:| Bill of Complaint lor Divorce | been filed against (M, nl )'ol requir. I lerve a copy of Answer or I'leadinir to the H Complaint on the plaintiffs AtU MAX 11 SILVER, MS S-ylM 1 Ing, Mian Florida, •ii'l We original Answer or FVading si office of thi Clert ol the pt Court on or before tht v th atj Mac r > to iis 23919. 1 %  i iii rCTso" 1 To All Credit : '•• • ', g iMi Ing Claims or 1 Estate: You, and > •••• %  • .• ,„ n( u notified and :• lulrjd I0 ,%',i ei.,„„s and nd 1,.vV al*9 ass 25 B^ffwSga ,'ort. within; Hon. W. F. %  '•<" 'j file U" of Dade County. a '' „ntv Cc his office In th* CWrtTfi in Dade County. !" "% date calendar months from t ^ publication h.reo •", „nds to contain .the m first demands to of the claimant and ~ „and presented a> j'g"^ l-A to W and presente.i a. \ um wild be barred Pe* w 19S3 Probate Act J5() Date March •A.DHARRT WKJSff As Eg* '•" %  -"• Solomon Testan i nt of M l '.. ease A .. i..pi,i MTERS. HBMAN & Kr 850 Seybold Bld !" u \-4/H-21-2S j,'.



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>AY. APH& 28 195 *Je*istncrkH&n PAGE TWENTY-ONE ;• J.-7, \ Morrli Bros. Pictured are the new officers of the Esther Chapter of the ncrican Jewish Congress, who were recently installed by Mrs. ; is Glasser. national vice president of the congress. In the first are (1. to r.) Mrs. Lorkel Rosenthal, chaplain; Mrs. Esther essei. treasurer; Mrs. Louis Glasser; Mrs. Gussie Packer, bsident: Mrs. Goldie Edlowitz, recording secretary; Mrs. Annie (ba:. corresponding secretary. In the second row are (1. to r.) Mr i-'ics Sarah Glssser, Mary Sutton, Doris Schilderer, Celia ... M, Friedman, vice presidents. — Dick Kallman, youthful singing star who recently completed engagement at the Saxony Shell--i-mar Room, talks over trangements for his vocal numbers with Jimmy Lozito, noted Jmposer-arranger, at the Saxony cabana club. The young vocalist ens at the Cotillion Room of the Hotel Pierre in New York. sr I:\IM-15 \ i* ii 1:11 Jewish Service Organization Needs Part-time Secretary. Must have ofiice experience. 5-Day Week. Write Mr. C, Box 2973, Miami 18 EL OWNERS ... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES HROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics fashington Ave. Miami Beach 3*"** 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 (I'd. I'ol. Adv.) Gulfstream Park To Build New Clubhouse Approval has been given by the board of directors of Gulfstream Park to President James Donn to proceed with a proii m which will culminate in a handsome new clubhouse for the track in Broward County. This approval by the directors calls for President Donn to award a contract for the architect to proceed with working plans tor the club h..use. Vice Pn I. Appleton has been assigned full control .of the program for construction of the clubhouse by Mr. Donn. XENETTI'S RESTAURANT ITALIAN AMERICAN FOODS FEATURING PIZZA BEER — WINE "Specializing in" Steaks Chops Chicken Italian Dishes Plenty Parking Space Phone 48-5100 4041 N.W. 7th Street Person Sought The National Council of Jewish Women is seeking information about a Mrs. Etty Kanner. whose father's name was Hersh Leib, I and whose mother's name was I Clara Seal. She is a cousin to Arnold Marcus, formerly Chil 1 Gnacik. who recently arrived in J this country. Anyone who has information about her present j whereabouts is asked to call I 3-6554, VOTE for and ELECT ANGUS W. GRA TO Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry ... About Your FOOD Entertainment and thu other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parries, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Catering Service PHONE 9-0573 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 3-4845 JACK & JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. SCHOOL BOARD As Your Representative From District 2 To Be Elected From the County at Large Subject to DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES MAY 2. 1950 A VOTE for Graham Is a Vote For: # Harmony • Efiiciency # Integrity On Your School Board /rn/r. WILL NOT ACCEPT PUBLIC SCHOOL rl+lrVC* BUSINESS, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY ni A Tr/tDAIt Establish and maintain harmony from rLtttrVntn* School Board to teacher; betterment of teachers' working conditions (rest, vacation and pay); meritorious promotion of school personnel; strict adherence to approved School Board policies: FULL DOLLAR value for School Board funds expended; oppose nest-feathering; adequate, efficient and consistent long-range plan for schools; sound business principles for school business; hospitality and courtesy to those who seek audience with the Board. EMPLOYER OF UNION LABOR, 100 PERCENT, SINCE STARTING MY OWN BUSINESS IN 1946 • Five years U. S. Navy. World War II. • President GrahamKeeling Corporation. Member A. G. C. • Commander' U. S. Naval Reseive Unit, Miami. • Member of Elks. Lions Club, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Sons of American Revolution. Masonic Fraternity. Scottish Rite, Acacia Ciub, Levelers. and Mahi Shrine. • A director of Haven School. IP* %  '•' %  A,u > Record: %  WORKERS and HOME OWNERS Here are some hard facts that will save you money: You are paying in taxes S3 out of every SI you earn! You are helping pay the rent of every tenant in the 1,318 Governmentcontrolled apartments Miami already has, because Government apartments or houses pay NO taxes! If you permit STILL ANOTHER $10,000,000.00 Government Housing project to be built, partly with YOUR tax money, here's what happens:— Your earnings you keep will be cut down still more. You will pay taxes on another $10,000,000 worth of property that will be tax free. THAT'S SAME AS YOUR PAYING PART OF THE TAXES ON 1.428 HOMES COSTING $7,000 EACH. So, you will pay part of the rent of all those apartments, for the benefit of families chosen by Government control to live in them. You will pay for part of the paving, fire protection, police protection, garbage collection, schools, etc. for hundreds more Government housed families—EVEN IF SOME OF THOSE FAMILIES EARN MORE THAN YOU DO. That's SOCIALISM—taxing you and all home owners to benefit a chosen few—with the Government in control. Bui homes built by our free private enterprise pay their own taxes. Home owners don't ask you to help pay their way. Greater Miami's free private enterprise Building Industry pays our laboring men $15,000,000.00 a year! Should ANY part of that free industry be killed by Government competition? If you do not want to pay more taxes, do not support another tax-free Government Public Housing project for Miami! Committee Against Socialized Housing 415 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDG., M !" M! — TELEPHONE 82-7902 ••



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> if • i f : •; % t& *d %  '.' : %  '/' %  ;'.t> PAGE TWENTY-TWO Jewish ftorldian i gBIDAY.AHffl^ Wometco Chain Ularks 25th Anniversary The Wcmetco motion picture chain, composed of 24 theatres in the Greater Miami area is marking its twenty-fifth anniversary with a series of special activities during the period from April 20 to May 2. The silver anniversary celebration got underway last week with a banquet in the second floor restaurant of the Wometc >'s Miami theater, at which Mitchell Wolfson and Sidney Meyer were hosts to executives, department heads and members All WometCO theaters will parti ipate, with such activities as "25-cent" admission days; free adisibn Oil designated days t.' patrons sharing various common rii nominators of "25": television shows: a special Wometco day at Gulfstream race track. in addition to Wolfson and i Meyer—whose names comprise the trade name ol Wometco—the committee for the silver annivi : >ary celebration includes Sonny Shepherd, chairman: Harvey Fleischman, Ha! Kopplin.l Frank Rubel. Mark Chartranc" I : Elmei Hecht. Also assisting' will be Burt Toppan. Ed May. Arthur Price, and all district and i • iter managers. The Wolfson-Meyer association began over 23 years ago. Their first "theater" was opened in I Scottish Rite Temple, but within three years their holding had been expanded to a chain oi seven theaters. Today, the 30-odd Wometco theaters here, in Tampa. Palm B<... h and Nassau can accommomore than 60.000 patrons. Gables Sisterhood To Hold Lunch. Card Party The Sisterhood of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will hold a luncheon and card party on Wednesday. May 3. at the home of Mrs. Phillip Catsman. Chairman of the event is Mrs Lillian Freshman, who is being assisted by the Mesdames Esther Rogers. Leonore Fiedman. Mollic Stoller. Ruth Bo'rok and Rut.. Barson Sunday School Party Temple Isaiah Sunday School will hold a party for students and their friends on Sunday. April 130. at 10 a.m. at the Miami Beach Y : M: M • %  Lencer. principal. AS IOW AS 4% INTflCST MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO Mrs. r.veiyn We ; ner. district secretary of the Er.giish speaking group of the Workmen's Circle, has been appointed delegate to the English speaking division conference in New York on May 26 and 27. Sne will be accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Kitty Laber. and both will attend the golden jubilee convention to be held immediately following the conference. Lodge To Meet The Louis D. Brandeis Lodge 199 of the Free Sons of Israel will meet Thursday. April 27. at 8:30 p.m. at the Anglers Club. 533 West Ave.. Miami Beach. Balkin To Speak At Lakeland Synagogue Gilbert J. Balkin. director, Florida Regional Office, AntiDeiamation League of B'nai B'rith will speak at the Sabbath evening services of Temple Emanual, Lakeland, on Friday. April 28. Subject of his address will be "Positive Judaism and Democracy While n ihf Florida west coast, Balkin is also meeting with officials oi the University of Tampa and Florida Southern College. Lakeland, to plan summer workshops in rntei group education. Auxiliary Will Hold Luncheon Wednesday The Ladies Auxiliary of Kneseth Israel C ng! Ration, will hold a luncheon on Wednesday, May 3. at 12 noon at Harfenist Dairy Restaurant. Mrs. Esther Eisen;:<.:n. president, announces. The meal will be followed by cards. Reservations may be made at thi synagogue office or bv calling 5-: 682. Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter Will Meet Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will hold a meeting on Monday. May 1. at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs Stanley Falke, 2907 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach. The nominating committee will present its slate of officers and nominations from the floor will be accepted. Election is scheduled for May 8. Scientific Equipment Skilled Mechanics Guaranteed Workmanship Drive in today—save wear and tear on your tires Wheels Aligned \nv Make Car $2.19 Chwno€ttrC Suggest Reserve Well in Advance Loon Lake Hotel AND COTTAGES • (Upper) Loon Lake (Franklin. Co.) New York 1800 feet high in the cooL picturesque Adirondack* DAVID S. V\IIRO\ • • • Ownership Management SOW! The Very Best Ms Available: An incomparably beautiful 3,000 acre RESORT CHAMPIONSHIP 18 hole GOLF course on premises TENNIS 4-mile LAKE water SPORTS .. • % %  ""• %  —— Concert HORSES celebrated ENTERTAINMENT Ensemble complete ATHLETIC program dietary laws lake front Luncheon Buffets parties barbecues elevator service LUXURIOUS lakeside "BACHELOR LODGE" and "DEBUTANTE HALL with private butler-valet and personal maid in attendance. 2 ORCHESTRAS noted ANDRON cuisine • smorgasbord cocktail telephone in every room. Reserve Now for choice Cottages, luxurious suites and hotel rooms. Inquire About Our Novtl N *"V Cottage Conte.t." 40 On.-Week Vac* tion Oiven Fret. „„„ „„,„ loom tj0n< Qjven Fre One of America's Most Distinguished Resorts Ownership DAVID S. .ANDRON DAVID G. TRUSSELL Miami. Beach Office: Crest Hotel 17th St and lames ArePhone W*



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tPRIL 28, 1950 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ^Jenislh nioirSdlHam PAGE TWENTY-THREE jiratt (Reform). 137 St. Dr. Jacob H. KapUn. noritos. ... \ Ices nt 8:15. tUlcl Hi'si | \v I hbor'a t-lll ... %  %  h i n for Love." .ill participate. immunity Center 2020 Polk St.. ish crvaiive). ood Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: M .rvlcea al 8:30. Late I' 1 w !' ,i 8:15. Rabbi Honig I'he Influence of Rein American J< wli ii morning aervlcea al nch "ii the Weekly :.., %  Relurtoua school a.m. Lple Emanu-El (Reform), \. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud' Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. ,. n u ill conduct the k on "The Bible In % %  The public la invited. %  the temple Saturday lous school Sunday Jiple 13etn Snoiom \ Liberal), I Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Leon Kronifh; Cantor el Kelemer. evening services at 8: ID. Krnni'h "lll speak on "Will tudv Make Me a Better Jew?" rshabhat hmiorliiR 2"'th annlL' of ii Hadaaaan will follow, hRaphael, president of Miami following' the si : vi> ei Pi-ei ho I 10 to noon-. Coral Gable* Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Canlor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Sabbath • vcnli • s:l3. Ouesl speal ei. l.miiKc-hw; fllri ctor of .Min.' Buri H l Ion, honoi ing '.ir... i-i, i. tlon Sabbath' 1 In ci lebra I Ion nf the 25th anniversary ci the ,l< | Kducatlon Asso. of Ami rlen Shabbat follows. Sabbath service P:1.1 a.m, Saturday. Weekly Portion "f the Torah by Rabbi Skop; klddush i" follow. Congregation toung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Service Friday night at 6; Saturday night at fi Mlncha services followed by Shaloa Beudoa, Services Monday to Thursday s a.m. and (!:30 p.m. Ail Young Israel members In the area are invited to attend. TFerelh Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Friday evening services at 8:16 p.m.. Saturday 9:30 a.m. with Mlncha at 6. Rev. R. Brill will conduct the services. All residents in that area are invited to attend. Congregation Beth CI (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services at 8:30. Bar Mitzvah of Marvin, son of Mr. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. % %  • venlng •-• \ p at S :30, The rabbi Warn r !.".,' third i • i. h h LI'e Tribute to Jr. Hadi Mrs. A i ried Stone and %  I'aul, Ml nd Mi Is Shaplio %  -... i: \i %  %  i ,i m. in. in %  chapel. North Shore Jewish Centet (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive, Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. Friday evenln !" services ;ii 8:15 p.m. Saturday morning services at :• a.m. Sunday school at nr a.m. A special film on Israel will inshown First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Conservative). Friday evening services at 8:30. Dr. Abraham Laaeetl will officiate. An Oneg 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 !t 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. ,, I riassah will bring greetand Mrs Jack Germing. Mlncha at Ir „ [Alexander Kogan. president § I'm. followed by Khalos Shudos. Saclt lladaasah will be guest Dally services 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Iteli"'• glous school dally at 3:30. Sunday ni Hebrew Schooi and Con(Orthodox). 1101 S.W. [Ave. Rabbi Simon April, Br Berele Kelemer. ing services at 6:30. nrnlng at 9", Dicky, son of i,l Mrs. Berry Cleln, will Bar Mitzvah. Mlshna class followed bv Mlncha and Shalos Dailj -..vice 7:30 a.m. and in Sundnj school at 10 a.m. „ i !... | from :::::" to 6:30. grega'lon Beth David (ConItive), Coral Way and 26th Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. ce Mamches. I 11 morning at 9. iM.'zv. f Fred, Bon of Mr. \|: Leo Past. Student II lmld its services Bally services at 8 p.m. i Maarlv at 8 p.m. gregation Kneseth Israel mall. 1415 Euclid Ave., Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. [rfci Friday 8:30; Maarlv 6:15 S iv morning services 8:30. I... r will Bpcak. At 5:30 Rabbi lecture on "The Ethics of the Mincha at i! followed by leduos. Zmiras and remarks .Maarlv follows, Daily Hephool Monday through Thursday Dally class in Mlshna after ic services. Class in Jewish cuaIHI laws bejore Mlncha and i-rvlcet I tally services at 8 id '' 30 p.m. I W. Religious Congregation. |N. W. 2nd St. ces Saturday morning at 9:00 school at 10. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St. Miami Beach. Dally Bible class a:l.> 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. Sahbath services Friday at S:30 p.m. I Sunday school classes every Sunday it the office of Dr, Win. Soros, US N.W. 62nd St. Hebrew classes under direction of Rev. Philip Fried at 6701 N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and Thursday from 1 to 6 p.m. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. Friday evening services at S:!". Saturday morning services at 10. Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning at 8:80, The rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Week. At 6:16 p.ni. Rabbi Itackovsky will speak on "Ethics of the Father," loll..wed l>v Mlncha at 6:45, Shalos Beudoa and Maarlv. Daily services 7::io a.m. followed by class in Mishna. Mincha services at 6:30 followed on Sundays, Tuesday and Thursdays by class in IJIIWS and Customs, and on Mondays and Wednesdays by class in Jewish Legends of the Talmud. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening services at 6:30 U. S. T I R E S $J97 600-16 NIXON LINK Plus Tax $2 300 FT. 45 LB. TEST Stainless l.KADKR WIRF. | *„ 25 ft. Nos. l to 8 each %  .•13 pi.ri-:<;iiR FISH HOOKS STA** sizes I to :, — loo •"*' A MILLION ITEMS JUST AS LOW Tower Tire Co. 2197 N.W. 7th AVE. CORNER 22nd STREET I. I Frklav evening services at o:.iu | mple Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Saturday morning at s:3j> .David, son R ..j M;= !" ; E„ 0 .' D.kkl of Mr. and Mrs. Saul ROblnowltl, Will rload, Miami Beach. Rabbi beeomo Bar Mitzvah. Intermediate fray P. Mann. IIIK services at 8:15, |rt.-il by ftnbbl Moshay P. Mann Paul Beck as cantor. Sermon !•• "Religion and Mental 1 'ongregational meeting Cnng. at 9 a.m. Mlncha at 6:3" followed bv Shalos Sudos. Rabbi I. Schulman will preach on the Portion of the "Week. Religious school Monday through Thursday at B:t0; Sunday school 9 a.m. p-R BOYS Lake Osceola kndersonville, N. C. Pioneer Jewish Camp of the South CAMP OSCEOLA FOR GIRLS On Silver Lake Horse Shoe. N. C. REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED FOR A 4 WEEK SESSION OR THE 8 WEEK SEASON HvaU Swimming Pools • Rich. Cultural Program II Lak Activities • Sabbath Services esident Medical Staff • Horseback Riding easoned Mature Counselors • Varied Outdoor sports 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 CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11:30 A.M. MON., WED. AND FRI. FROM 1 P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. RE-ELECT HARLEY. G. 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 ,IM. poi. Adv.) 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR +Jmi& fhcridiar) FRIDAY, APRH. \ '> %  ~*.. Folk Chorus Sings Hach Cantata The Jewish Folk Chorus, under the able direction of Ben Yomen, accompanied by Margaret Ben Yomen, presented a very ambitious program Sunday night at th( Miami Beach High School. A cantata by Johann Sebatian Bach, arranged by Mr. Yomen. and set to the text of L. Miller's "Life Will Conquer." was the outstanding work of the group, with delightful interludes from Tenor Nathaniel Sprinzen and Soprano Evelyn Samuels. Both Mrs. Samuels and Mr. Sprinzen gave the professional touch to the program by adding their talents in Yiddish and Hebrew songs. The enthusiastic audience recalled Mr. Sprinzen several times, until he had to excuse himself because of the lengthy program. An unusual mixture of narration and song, was the final number on the program. It was in the form of a song album made up from the well known Goldfaden repertory, narrated dramatically by Moishe Carroll, with solo numbers by Mrs. Samuels and Mr. Sprinzen, assisted by the group. Credit for the music arrangement goes to Mr. Rauch, N. Buchwald wrote the excellent narrative.—L.S. Open House Slated The Lear School, 1010 West Ave., Miami Beach, will hold open house for parents and friends on Friday. April 28. from 2 to 6 p.m. Highlight of the afternoon will be a swimming festival entitled "Neptune's Court." in which juniors, intermediates and seniors will participate. Also scheduled is an exhibition of paintings by Renya Youngerman, a graduate of the Yale School of Fine Arts and several times winner of the Tiffany Foundation fellowship. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144 MIX YOUR CANADA DRY j | Ginger Ale / • • —> ^ m R E E L E C T W. D. "BILL" |OYCE YOUR COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT •VWS^Vs^' Recognized Nationally as an Authority on Centralized Purchasing. Paid for by Friends Pictured at the annual luncheon of the Cantors Association "of"Greater Miami held recently at the Victor Hotel are (seated, 1. to r.) Cantor Maurice Mamches of the Beth David Congregation; Cantor H. Brodwin from New York City; Cantor Samuel Kelemer of Temple Beth Sholom. president of the Cantors Association; Cantor M. Yardaini of New York City, guest speaker; Cantor J. Breitman of New York City, guest speaker; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring of the Jewish Center of Miami Beach, who was in charge of the arrangements, and Cantor I. Jacobson of Miami Beach; (standing, 1. to r.) Cantor Berele Kelemer of the Miami Hebrew Congregation; Cantor P. Beck of Temple Isiah: Cantor M man. formerly of Hollywood. Florida. Jewish Centerr Malek of the Coral Gables Jewish Center; Cantor k 1 New York City; Cantor Louis Yelsky of Brooklyn, MM Reverend H. Kahn; and Cantor Louis D. Feder of the Bik Congregation; Cantor P. Beck of Temple Isaiah; Cantor M J. Rackovsky. cantor of Beth Tfilah Congregation, who "at the luncheon, and Cantor Cooper of the Beth El Con of Miami. J^ I V. A V -> Most everybody in South Florida from here to yonder. .. knows about the quality certified concrete blocks and other fine concrete products produced and sold by us. And while all the contractors and builders already know about our lumber yard ... we want you, too, to know that we operate one of the largest and most complete lumber yards in Dade County! Yes, sir, we've lumber for eveiy purpose -rough lumber and finished lumber and in any quantity. It's good lumber, too...as good as you can buy. Yes, sir! Like all the building materials we sell you can depend on the quality of our lumber, too! And you can depend on prompt deliveries .. we'll have it o the job when and where you want it be sure of that!' So, next time, for lumber, too ... Sales Office: 3075 North Miami Ave Miami 3?, Florida


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 28, 1950

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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lli^wiislb-IEIliDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
23NUMBER 17
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
jsjordan To Absorb Arab Palestine
'rite Warnings Of Arab League
; EM, (JTA) The
Parliament un-
, vecl this week the
. ,i the Arab part of
| to Transjordan de-
ning from the Arab
Parliament is com-
.sentatives of the
Transjordan and of
ts of Palestine oc-
I Transjordan troops.
on of the Parliament
nite Transjordan with the
p ; of Palestinereported
' Transjordan radiowas
i face of a resolution
I recently by the Arab
|ue that if such a move were
Transjordan would be
ed from membership in the
iSIl Reverses
>sition On
rusalem
KKE SUCCESS. (JTA)The
Union announced this
a complete reversal of its
fc-hcid position in favor of
^nationalizing Jerusalem.
bb Malik, permanent U. N.
Eesentative of the U.S.S.R., in
letter to Secretary-General
Kve Lie said:
has now become clear that
General Assembly's resolu-
i of December, 1949, estabhsh-
i permanent regime for Jeru-
_ii does not satisfy the Arab
pern'sh populations of either
._..-m or Palestine as a whole.
hese circumstances the gov-
lent of the U.S.S.R. does not
ider it possible to continue
[support of the above-men-
ed resolution. At the same
:he Soviet government feels
i'.n that the United Nations
ceed in finding a solution
Vrusalem problem accept-
seven-nation Arab regional al-
liance and economic sanctions
would be. imposed on Transjordan
by the remaining members of the
League.
"The annexation of the Arab
part of Palestine by Transjordan
is a unilateral move and is not
binding on Israel." a spokesman
for the Israel government stated
here in commenting on the an-
nouncement that Transjordan ha.-.
decided to absorb Arab Palestine.
. Israel is bound to Transjordan
by an armistice agreement, the
spokesman pointed out, but this
agreement does not take account
of a final political solution, nor
is any final settlement of the
Palestine frontiers possible with-
out the conclusion of a peace
pact between Israel and Trans-
jordan, he said. The question of
the status of the Arab areas
situated west of the Jordan River,
therefore, remains open as far as
Israel is concerned, he em-
phasized.
Agency Functions
Disputed At Meet
Joyous Celebrations, Parades, Bonfires
Mark Israel's Second Anniversary
TEL AVIV. (JTA)-pifferences j JERUSALEM. of opinion with regard to the celebrations marking the second
functions of the Jewish Agency | anniversary of the establishment
developed here recently between I of the Jewish state swept Israel
Premier David Ben Gurion and I this week. Scenes of unparalleled
Berl Locker, chairman of the j revelry were enacted in every
Britain Refuses
Arms For Israel
LONDON, (JTA)The British
government this week informed
Parliament that Israel possesses
sufficient material for internal
security and self-defense, there-
fore, there is no reason for Britain
to permit the Jewish state to
acquire arms in England, although
suuch arms are being delivered
by Britain to the Arab states.
Undersecretary for Foreign Af-
fairs Ernest Davies, who made
this statement in -the House of
Commons, denied that the Arab
states are threatening to resume
the war against Israel. He re-
ported that limited quantities of
:pl- British arms have been sold to
both the Arab and the I Egypt, Iran, Turkey, Iraq, Trans-
ectlons of the population I Jordan and Saudi Arabia since
,t city I the UN lifted its arms embargo.
Jewish Agency, both of whom
addressed the World Union Con-
gress of Zionist Laborites which
is being held in the Zophit settle-
ment.
Mr. Locker strongly advocated
that the work of immigration and
absorption of immigrants in Israel
should be one of the major func-
tions of the Jewish Agency. He
urged that a special tax be im-
posed for this purpose on all Jews.
Zionist and non-Zionist alike. He
also insisted that the World
Zionist Organization must be
given the task of conducting
Chalutziut education throughout
the world, as well as of spreading
Israel manufactured products and
promoting foreign capital invest-
ment for Israel.
Premier Ben Gurion disagreed
village, town and city as the
people of Israelincluding 1
ized at a second's notice.
M lion picture th< i ough-
out the Jewish stab iffered I -e<
entertainment; dis] >i fire-
works were featured in many
sections of Israel. Seme 1,500
Communists parading in the
principal streets of Tel Aviv
people of Israelincluding the car,.ied bann.-rs with portraits of
nearly 400.000 immigrants wh i D. Weizmann and Soviet Pie-
have arrived here since the pro- ,rje,. Jogef Slalin. A chain of
torches and a beacon of fires
blazed on Israel's hills and moun-
tainsides from the new state's
clamation of Israel statehood, as
well as the Moslem and Christian
citizens of this countryheralded
the ushering in of the third year
of the independent existence of
Israel.
Three artillery salvos fired in
Tel Aviv this week officially
opened the nationwide celebra-
I tion. President Chaim Weizmann.
; addressing the citizens of Israel
1 and Jews throughout the world
I in a national broadcast, em-
phasized that "from Dan to Elath.
the country, is vibrating with the
sound of "the hammer and the
ploughshare." He added: "We ap-
peal to the
borders in the north to the south-
ernmost point at Elath.
I.S. Tailed On
To Hall Ocrman
Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK, (JTA iA resolu-
tion calling upon the American
government to take leadership in
checking the resurgence of anti-
. Semitism in Germany was adopt-
sons of our people I ed here this week at the closing
jbssarsKRB Hw?^^bsof the sevtntt
_i..nau. .* x____i ~a vo mir aiH Our festival is then conven
the upbuilding of Israel and the
absorption of immigrants and
their settlement must be in the
hands of the Israel government,
since only government methods
can cope with the immensity of
the task. He pointed out that the
government spent in one year
more than the total sum collected
festival
anxiety.
our aid. Our
festival; our
anxiety."
The Shofar
ram's hornwas sounded on
loudspeakers throughout the
country as the merrymaking got
under way. In the Haifa and Tel
Aviv harbors ships at anchor
more man me ioiai sum wu" aviv uamuio ~r~ --------
in five years by all Zionist funds, i shrilled their sirens as citizens oi
On the other hand, the Premier | Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Haifa and
ur2endththarthe World Zion*+*her & hgrt Jurned on
Organization be "harnessed" to
help Israel in the fields of educa-
tion and of stimulating Jewish
capital investment from abroad.
He also suggested that the world
Zionist movement engage in or-
ganizing large-scale tourism to
Israel. Laborite members of the
Cabinet, including Foreign Minis-
ter Sharett and Finance Minister
Eliezer Kaplan, participated in
the ensuing discussions.
; their | convention of the American
t h e i r Association of English-Jewish
I Newspapers held at the Hotel
thP traditional Statler. The resolution expressed
distress over policies in the Amer-
ican and the British zones ot
Germany which make possible the
rebirth of Nazism and the re-
surgence of anti-Semitism.
The convention also adopted a
1 resolution hailing Israel "for
opening its gates to hundreds of
thousands of dispossessed Jews
from all parts of the world. It
reaffirmed the responsibility of
the English-Jewish press, as a
medium of public information, to
stimulate interest in and more
generous support for the fledgling
Jewish state. Philip Slomovitz,
editor and publisher of the De-
every available electric bulb, il-
luminating the entire country.
Hundreds of thousands of I el
Aviv's citizens poured out into
the streets immediately after dusk
marked the end of the Sabbath.
Israel flags blew in the breeze
from every pole and tree in the
SEiiSi ggggaSS
national folk dance-were organ- the seventh time._______________
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ampafeiislteppcinMs Democratic Primary Approaches
uiiipuifeii* wwrr r rmor-George Smathers
This Corner<5laude Pepper
biator Claude Pepper, in his
lent campaign for re-election
- United States Senate, has
livid the support and endorse-
|t of a number of outstanding
and women of the Greater
mi area. Among these are Max
",<:. who said, in a recent
In i nt, "Our Mt. Sinai Hospi-
... a reality today because of
efforts of Claude Pepper. No
ar single individual is so re-
bsible for the existence of this
ptution which is answering
a vital need in our com-
Bty." The list of Senator
Per s supporters include Dean
A. Rasco, Harold Turk, A.
nk Katzentine, Dr. S. E.
(hens, Stanley C. Myers, Bur-
l Ruth. Carl T. Hoffman, Harry
in. Mrs. Iona Hill, Harry
lonhoff, Albert Pick, Joe H.
1ms. E. Albert Pallot, John D.
ptgomery, Mrs. Max Dobrin,
pte Selig, Mrs. Anna Brenner
lers, Hayes Wood, John J.
in. Alfred Stone, Chester
Bht. Mrs. W. J. Cox and Dr.
Klock, to mention only a
P<>n of the army of workers
ing to return Senator Pepper
iV.ishington.
Claude Pepper's fourteen years
Ithe Senate," said Carl T.
jman, local business and
holic lay leader, in a recent
fess, "have brought untold
efit to every citizen of Florida,
leiience is a qualification upon
kh every enterprise sets a
value, and Senator Pepper s
lority on key committees in
|Senate is an asset that we well
how to appraise at its
^. worth."
atiorial Health Insurance, the
t of much misleading and
misinformed, as well as highly
subsidized propaganda, and which
is receiving courageous priority
in Senator Pepper's platform, was
strongly stressed by Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, prominent
lawyer, community leader, and
former social worker, in her
public endorsement of Claude
Pepper. "To call National Health
Insurance 'Socialized Medicine' is
a ruse to avoid facing the grim
fact that a major illness spells
financial ruin for millions of our
people. Senator Pepper's voice is
being raised to bring better medi-
cal care, hospitalization and a
higher standard in the whole
field of health and medicine to
all Americans."
' "My work since I entered the
Senate in 1937," Senator Pepper
has pointed out, "has always been
for the general welfare of the
American people. My maiden ad-
dress was on the subject of pro-
viding adequate appropriations
for unemployment relief. In 1937
and 1938, Senator Hugo Black and
I succeeded in providing a
gradual increase in the minimum
wage from 25c to 40c an hour, and
fair working conditions for Amer-
ican working men and women in
interstate commerce." "In later
years," as Senator Pepper says,
"I led the successful fight for the
75c minimum wage law under
which the standards of our lowest
income groups are being raised,
thus adding to our national pros-
perity. I co-sponsored and fought
for the passage of legislation to
clear slums and to expand our
public housing program, and to
provide incentives, through insur-
ance and loan guarantees, for
(Continued on Page 4)
Segall Slates
Rally Sunday
Sidney L. Segall will wind up
his race for legislature with a
huge rally at Flamingo Park. Mi-
ami Beach, Sunday evening, April
30, starting at 8 p.m. The rally
which is expected to attract a
large gathering of Segall volun-
teers and Dade County support-
ers will present candidates for
the other offices. Time has been
alloted for brief speeches to
Congressional candidates Lantaif
and Cannon.
Segall will make the major
address of the evning, outlining
his complete platform. Music and
entertainment have been arrangea
and refreshments will be served.
The public is invited.
Segall was born in Tampa but
has lived in Miami since 1910. As
an assistant attorney general of
Florida late in 1941, Segall served
during-.the war in the Department
of Justice lands acquisition divi-
sion. At the present time he is
chairman of the board of the
Young Democratic Club of Dade
The 43-year-old candidate for
state legislature, is for outright
repeal of the sales tax. Segall
declared his stand stating No
talk about 'bugs' in the thing or a
'delousiog' process to make it look
different, no maybe or perhaps-
just plain repeal, cut costs, cut
wastes, economize and provide
taxation and collection with less
expense to taxpayers and mer-
chants." ,.
Among other things, Segall
pledges his full support to long
term progressive measures for
schools and educators.
Reg. George Smathers will con- |
tinue on what he calls the two,
main issues of the senatorial
campaign during the closing days
before the May 2 primaries.
He stated he will stick by his
charge that Senator Claude
Pepper has voted for and against
the FEPC and has not given a
satisfactory reason fo rsuch
"double talk." The 36 year old
candidate, in his bid for the U.b.
Senate seat, charged his opponent
with appearing before more
communist front organizations!
than any other U.S. Senator. Each
of these organizations, and
Smathers says there are 24, were
recognized as being communistic
by the House Un-American Ac-
tivities Committee. "I am for
basic American liberty, and the
freedom to work, worship and
associate with whomever I desire.
Anyone who has been associated
as closely as my opponent has
with communist organizations.
certainly is not the man to pre- :
serve this freedom and liberty
the people of Florida and |
America deserve to have it pre-
served," Smathers states.
Smather also pointed out that
numerous northern labor bosses
have been sent here from New
York to corral the Florida voters
for selfish northern interests. He
said Mike Quill, president of
the CIO Transport Workers Union
is here working along with the
other northern intruders. "They
are fighting me for they know I
am against all monopolies
whether it be big business, big
labor or big government,
Smathers has been telling large
gatherings at his rallies.
Smathers stated that he intro-
duced a bill during July, 1949. in
Congress seeking government am-
nesty for Miami Beach boys and
others who fought for Israel.
R. G. (Dick) Danner, in charge
of FBI in Florida during the war,
and now campaign director for
George Smathers in his current
senatorial race, produced a U.S.
Senate Bill, 2293, introduced by
Senator Claude Pepper "for the
relief" of Baron Fritz Von Opel
who was interend as a wartime
"enemy alien."
The measure provides that yon
Opel be considered as having
"entered the United States for
permanent residence on May 9,
1940" ... .V
If approved, Danner said ,tne
bill will stop a deportation order
against Von Opel and restore to
the formei wealthy German in-
dustrialist all his property in this
country seized during the war.
Von Opel and his wife were
taken into custody at their Palm
Beach home in February, 1942,as
"potentially dangerous aliens.'
Danner said the Von Opel case
had long ago been subjected to
the most "exhaustive investiga-
tion" bv the government, includ-
ing the" FBI, the President of the
United States, the Alien Enemy
Hearing Board and a review of
the case by the U. S. District
Court.
As a result Von Opel was ad-
judged a "dangerous alien,"
Danner said, and by executive
order his property, including
three or four million dollars, was
confiscated by the government.
"It is rather absurd," Danner
said, "for Von Opel's attorney to
attempt to give Von Opel a clean
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)AY. APRIL 28. 1950
*Jenist IhtiHu
PAGE THREE
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I'll Say...
his month, died four Jewish notables of distin-
-hcd merit. It is indicative of astonishing vitality
t u small nation, after many centuries of denied
tieipation in public affairs, could produce men of
h political acumen as the statesman Leon Blum,
- theoretician Harold Laski, the diplomat Laurence
[inhardt, the jurist Mordecai Eliasb.
Twice Premier of France, Leon Blum ranks next
Disraeli >n holding the top position of a major
Lntrv. The career of Leon Trotsky may have
Eater historic significance. Yet Blum is a better
bbolic figure of his day and age. His career began
' a brilliant scintillating author on the cynical
Llevards of gay Paris. But innate idealism carried
L into Socialism, then the panacea for all political.
Li ,1 and economic ills. Leader of French. Socialists,
was not, as many of his colleagues, swept off his
U| by the victorious Dictatorship of the Russian
Eoletariat. For the remainder of his life he opposed
i;h equal ardor the drab soulless despotism of
din, as well as the fanatic, bestial tyranny of
It was his destiny to be premier in a most critical
riod of French and world history. As a Socialist,
' abhorred war, yet was alive to the menace of
azism which had to be crushed. Whatever strong
easures he could have taken against Germany were
ocked by the appeasement policy that guided
ritain. All positive measures against Totalitarianism.
jhether Nazi, Fascist, or Spanish, were checkmated
\- the short sighted duplicity of Neville Chamberlain
Jp saw his country moving to ruin and disaster by
Esillanimoua truckling to Hitler. When the shooting
lar finally started in earnest, his beloved France
|rjck>d in two. The eminent Jewish Frenchman
pared experiences with his coreligionists in Buchen-
.ald's concentration camp
Petain, the muddleheaded old stooge of Hitlei
ought he would stage a public trial of Blum at
10m. But the clear logic and powerful eloquence of
fte firmer premier forced the antediluvian betrayer
i, ring down the curtain in the middle of the trial
be Allied soldiers found Blum broken in health.
let with spirit unimpaired. It was against the doctor's
The Passing Of Four Jewish Statesmen
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
orders to head the French Republic in spite of urgent
widespread appeals. He did fly to Washington and
succeeded in obtaining a loan to maintain the totter-
ing French economy, then at its lowest ebb. A crisis
called him to ihe premiership a third time. He
probably would have died in office had he refrained
from cilicising with equal impartiality traitorous
Communists as well as reactionary Nationalists. A
devastating attack on DeGaulle cost him the
necessary vote of confidence. During a period of
catastrophic disaster and shameful collaboration.
Leon Blum emerges a great statesman, a sincere
patriot, a leader of France.
Harold Laski
Next in importance ranks Harold Laski, the in-
tellectual spokesman of the British Labor Party.
Member of an eminent English-Jewish family, young
laski joined the Socialists. He taught at Harvard
and bucked the rising tide of Republican reaction
that superseded the idealism of Woodrow Wilson after
World War I. His radical liberalism lost him the
professorship at Harvard. He returned to his native
land, and became foremost m the councils of the
Labor Party.
In the astonishing election of 1945. Laski's im-
portance reached such high levels that Winston
Churchill had to resort to the Republican smear
tactics against Roosevelt's fourth term. "Clear every-
thing with Laski," rang with anti-Semitic overtones
unworthy of the great British war leader. But when
Atlee and Bevin attained power, Laski was gradually
ignored, shelved, and finally hushed. A believer in
evolutionary Socialism, he was critical of his Laborite
Imperialists, just as he opposed the Wall Street
plutocrats, who reveled during lush days of the
Harding administration. Dead at 54, he lejt his mark
on British history.
Laurence Steinhardt
In 1933, Laurence Steinhardt decided to give up a
well paying law practice in the influential office of
his uncle Samuel Untermeyer. He entered the
diplomatic field as U. S. Ambassador to Sweden and
made good. In 1937. F.D.R. gave him the world's
most trying diplomatic post, the Ambassadorship at
Moscow. It took all the astuteness of a highly trained
diplomat to represent the U.S. when Stalin and
Hitler signed the pact that brought on the Second
World War. Tact and patience were rewarded; after
the Nazi invasion, Steinhardt was able to effect a
defensive and offensive alliance with the Soviets
In his next post at Ankara he had to counteract
the evil martiinations of Franz Von Papen, who was
exercising his bland skill to bring the Turks into
the Berlin-Rome axis. Turkey's continuous neutrality
was a feather in Steinhardt's diplomatic cap. As
Ambassador to Peru, he continued to cement F.D.R."s
good neighbor and Pan American policies. Ottowa
was his next appointment. The Canadians esteemed
him highly, and regretted deeply his untimely death
in a plane crash. Steinhardt outgrew F.D.R.'s early
estimate: A good horse trader. He developed high
mastery in the difficult art of statecraft.
Mordecai Eliash
In 1949, Britain was still smarting over losing the
Palestine mandate, over her moral defeat in the UN.
on the partition issue, over the loss of military
prestige at the hands of Haganah and Irgun terrorists.
It was therefore no easy matter for Israel to select
an ambassador for the Court of St. James. The
conventional diplomat was not enough. He. must
possess Jewish learning and modern culture, and
combine shrewd negotiation with a tactful, pleasing
personality. Such an ideal combination was Mordec;.)
Eliash, who died of a heart attack in his 57th yeai.
I had access to him because of his relationship to the
Schoenbergs, who formerly owned the Strathhaven,
the Atlantis, and the Caribbean on Miami Beach.
Born in Russia, Eliash studied in England and
became a fair-haired prodigy at Oxford. He settltd
in Palestine immediately after the Mandate began.
In Tel Aviv, I was told by lawyers that Eliash's law
practice averaged 50.000 pounds ($200,000) per year.
A man of polished charm with an impeccable
Orthodox sense. Standing on Mt. Scopus, he would
fall into a kind of ecstatic trance as he gazed ovtr
Jerusalem, the Dead Sea, the Hills of Moab. the
distant desert in which the Israelites wandered for
40 years. Talking to him, I felt that combination of
wisdom and faith that always marked the true Elder
of Zion.
Junior Hadassah To Mark 25th Birthday "StZSTL* .
Of Meier Shfeyah Village In Israel
I Ir commemoration of the
lw niy-fifth anniversary of the
hildren's village of Meier
fcifeyah in Israel, supported sole-
By by Junior Hadassah, special
Hunior Hadassah Sabbaths will be
Tf.;d throughout the city on Fri-
|ay. April 28. At that time the
imen of Senior Hadassah will
honor Junior Hadassah. Local
Junior Hadassah girls will take
jver the pulpits in the synagogues
kr.u Senior Hadassah women will
be guest speakers.
Chairmen of the special Junior
dassah tribute are Mrs. Murray
trossman, president of the Flor-
id;* region of Senior Hadassah and
:>.-> Selma Lewis, education
Diairman of the Miami Beach
,'nit of Junior Hadassah.
Taking part in the services at
iple Isaiah will be Annette
Helich, Sandra Freedman, Natalie
I muels and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz
Miami Beach Unit of Junior
-ah. Speaker from Senior
Ii ah will be Marguerite
v At Miami Beach Jewish
nmunlty Center will be Bever-
Raphael, president of Miami
1 i Junior Hadassah. Senior
assah speaker will be Mrs.
Alfred Stone. At the North Shore
Jewish Center will be Francine
Levy, Janice Goldiner and Rhea
Haas. Senior Hadassah speakei
will be Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakris
The Temple Beth Sholom will
hold a special Oneg Shabbat after
services honoring Junior Hadas-
sah. Senior Hadaseah speaker will
be Mrs. Alexander Kogan, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Chapter.
Naomi Segal will be Junior
Hadassah hostess at the Oneg
Shabbat assisted by the girls of
the unit.
recently elected regional vice
president of the southeastern dis-
trict of the Florida Retail Liquor
Dealers Association.
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Jurist fhrJcMsm.
FRIDAY, APrit
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EDITORIAL
Tuesday, May 2, is an important day for the
people of the state of Florida. It is the day on
which they go to the polls to exercise their
inalienable right to choose their public officials.
In Dade County there are 223 150 voters
registered. This is a record numberan increase
of more than 50,000 over the cour.ty s voting
strength at the last general election in November,
1549. Of this r.umbe: 90 percent are eligible to
vote in Tuesday s Democratic primary.
Despite the huidy-^uidy. the hoopla and
ballyhoo the spreed-eoc^e oratory the hend-
shakes and baby-kissing the a::a:K= end counter-
attacks and the rer.r:~l fireworks attendant
upon :n:s years election a shamefully large
numbe: :: the rr.cre than ZX 331 persons eligible
YOUR FAILURE TO
VOTE
MIGHT BE
THE END OF
of the* saaei
free do
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to vote will not avail themselves
right.
The hard-bought freedom which
Americans now enjoy is ever in a state of pr *
flux. It can only be preserved through com*
vigilance and through the selection of h
courageous and capable representatives16?'
make, interpret and enforce the laws of ij
nation. Our American way of life can not M
maintained through complacency and apath
Voting is more than a right. It is the respc/'
bility of every public spirited citizen. It is hisdeS
to himself and to his fellow citizens. It is ^
vestment in the future of this country and
guarantee that liberty will be perpetuated
Don't fail to cast your ballet c'n May 2\
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W C King declared
in his campaign for re-election
as state railroad commissi n
r sition he has he'd since 15*46.
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missi es 200 cases a year.
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May 2 primaries.
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I and pub-
res commission, said:
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)AY, APRIL 28, 1950
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PAGE FIVE
[urn Clearance
)W Underway
I, -sty's -lum clearance pro-
C is progressing rapidly, city
III *' t" ,
clals reveal.
uses being cleared away
c .. in some cases and
. to standard in others,
KS families who want to
vntown section are
\ provided with decent
Cttii striking factor in clear-
'. town colored slum
-eneraUy known, is
families are moving
new, low-cost homes
It in great numbers
..... ,: fferent contractors.
, total ol more than 3500 small
,,., ,, now under construction
ections, exclusively
people.
Lteresti -1 observers have
that there is no_ better
C .,. : the slums than to
;..id(, low-cost homes for our
nilies in the outlying
: slum clearance group
:.. a 141 homes in the
ms, with another 55 in
Uass i-ondemnation. City
fcectors and health officials are
Ine tin' ugh the down town
th a fine tooth comb
ng their decisions. If
I owners do not co-
can now be forced
by the new city con-
Iinatii n ordinance,
n i clearance program
I, ved 217 truck loads,
ic yards of rubbish
red area. This does
L garbage. It to the
I i accumulation which
md previous city ad-
ive permitted.
< sting to note." states
ttorney, "that pre-
ommissions did noth-
vide the money or
clean out this slum
V '.hose previous city
k included some ad-
fcati I Government Public
rasing."
Runaway Car Kills
Rivian J. Meltzer, 19
A careening car that crashed
into her yard and crushed her
against a wall brought death
late Monday afternoon to 19-
year-old Rivian J. Meltzer, 70
S.W. 30th Road. The accident oc-
curred shortly before noon on
Sunday as she played outside her
home with her cocker spaniel.
Miss Meltzer- is survived by
her mother. Mrs. Edith Warner;
her father, Leslie Meltzer; step-
father, Ben Warner; brother,
Irwin Meltzer.
Services were held Wednesday
morning at the Miami Riverside
Funeral Home with Rabbi Murray
Grauer officiating. Burial was in
Mt. Nebo Cemcterv.
A Jewish Centers
Hear Jacobson
Gus Jacobson, executive di-1
rector, of the Greater Miami '
Jewish Centers Association, out-
lined a prospective program be-
fore the Hialeah-Miami Springs.
Northside and North Dade Jewish
Centers at a special joint meeting.
A committee was formed to locate
an adequate central site for a
day camp for the children during
the summer months.
A choral group was also insti-
tuted for the combined three
centers which will meet Thurs-
day, April 27, at 8 p.m., 13G30
W Dixie Highway.
Rivian J. Meltzer
Obituaries
MRS. EDITH COHEN
90, formerly of i-ir, Wexl Ave.,
passed ftway on April i! nt the home
of her daughter. Mis. li. Magent, New
York City. Other survlvori Include
her sons Marry and Henry, of -Miami;
another ion, Morris, of Philadelphia;
two other daughters, Mrs. Ann Rubin
anrl Mrs. Carrie Ki-ncl.-l, of Miami
Beach.
MRS. FANNIE ROTH
68, of SGII N.W L'nil St., passed a\v;iy
on April 20. Survivors Include her
husband Charles, and two children.
Services were held at the Miami
Riverside, West Flagler and -'"tli St..
with interment following In Mt. Sinai
Cemetery,
Hay Ride Scheduled
The Miami Unit of Junior
Hadassah will hold its first annual
hay ride and wiener roast on Sat-
urday evening, May 13, at
Dawson's Stables. The group will
leave the stables at 9 p.m. and
will return after a two-hour ride
for the wiener roast and dancinp
Elayne Moss is chairman of thf
event.
25 U-F Students Will
Attend IZFA Conclave
The University of Florida iZFA
Chapter will send a delegation of
25 students to the annual South-
ern region convention to be held
this weekend, April 28 to 30. in
Athens, Ga. Representatives from
16 other Southern campuses will
also attend the meet.
Synagogue Organizes
Teen-Age Group
A teen-age group, to be known
as the David Whitman Inter-
mediate Congregation, has been
organized at Congregation Beth
Jacob, according to an announce-
ment from Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff, spiritual leader. The new
unit will conduct services every
Saturday morning.
Officers of the organization in-
clude Jack Safra, president;
Abraham Amorman, vice presi-
dent; Lionel Weinstock, secretary-
treasurer.
The congregation has supplied
the group with prayer books,
bibles and prayer shawls and a
Scroll of Law.
A Kiddusb will follow the
opening services to be held at 9
a.m. this Saturday, April 29.
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fill Install
Installation of officers of the
Iv. sh War Veterans, Miami
\. h Post 330, will take place
T a dance Saturday, April 29,
8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Jss club.
Officers to be installed are Al
Kip, commander; Leonard
bin. senior vice commander;
r. Theodore Arvan, junior vice
Ji Hylan H. Kout;
m advocate; Burnett Roth,
B-' ii an; Edward Boyar, chap-
Hi: I! man Sokolow, officer of
Hf dav: Maurice Klein. Saul Von
m< tees; Harriet Gottes-
T"1-. r" ank Gordon. N. Kout.
1>' i J ser, David Liebman,
m M Connell Gerald Soltz.
I" committee members;
I nor Abrashkin, post
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f' i M veterans. Tickets
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WILLIAM E. MILES
32, of 6829 N.W, Uth ft., paused
away on April 20. 11> is tiurvlved by
his wife, Lillian, daughter Linda, and
son William. Tin1 remains were sen!
ic. Sew fork by the Miami Riverside,
w.si Plagler and 20th St., for services
ami Interment.
ALBERT HARVITH
(is. of U7l N.W. 2nd St., passed
away April 20 In h local hospital.
Surviving are his wife Anna, son
\i Mm of Alexandria, Va., and n
grandson. Services were held al the
Miami Itlveislde, 20th St. and West
Flagler, with Interment following In
Mt. Sinai I'emetery with Itnbbl Moses
Mescheloff officiating.
MRS. ETTA G. HERRON
r,o, of 2870 S.W. "in St., passed
away on the Slat. She was the wife
of Louis 11,iron and the mother Of
Mrs. Myra Lisa and Mrs. Shirley
Krolchick. Also surviving are three
brothers, Edward, Isidore and Henry
'Soodman, and three sisters. Matildn
Rosenberg, Rose Well and Muriel
Leven ,ln addition to five grand-
children. Henries were held Monday
at the Miami Riverside, W. Flagler
and 20th St., with Interment following
at Mt. Sinai Cemetery WlfH Hahbi
Morris Skop officiating.
IDA ROSENFELD
75, of 4L'M N.W. Uth Ave., passed
away suddenly at her home on April
21. A resident here for IS years, Mrs.
Rosenfeld came to Miami from Birm-
ingham. She is survived by three sons,
Max of Miami, David of TUSCalOOSa,
ami Aaron o f Birmingham; two
daughters, Mrs. Ksther l.oveman, of
Miami and Mrs. RIdward Comings of
Cincinnati; also five grandchildren.
Services were held at Gordon Funeral
Home on Monday with Rabbi Jacob
II. Kaplan officiating. Interment fol-
lowed at draceland Park.
Will Discuss Women
Dr. Harry E. Beller, local
orthopedic surgeon, will address
the weekly forum of Freedom
House? 1558 Alton Road, on Sun-
day, April 30. at 8:30 p.m. His
topic will be "Woman's Role in
Society."
Chairman for the discussion will
be Dr. Theodore M. Berman, Mi-
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Mrs. Kogan Honored
Mrs. Alexander Kogan. out-
going president of the Miami
Beach Group of Hadassah. was
honored at a recent surprise
luncheon given by the board of
directors at the Saxony Hotel.
Miami Beach.
A feature of the afternoon's
informal p: igram was the read-
ing, by each guest, of a verse in
tribute to Mrs. Kogan. The verses
were composed by Mrs. Benjamin
Sherry. Mrs. Jack Odell presented
Mrs. Kogan with an inscribed gola
bracelet charm disc, a gift from
the board.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements consisted ot Mrs
Sherry, mistress of ceremonies:
and the Mesdames Udell. Leon J.
Ell. Jack Bernard. Herman
Popkin, Jack Chutkow. Joseph
Wolf. Irving Westin.
Birth Announced
A baby daughter was born to
Rabbi and Mrs. Moshay P Mann
a: ML Sinai Hospital on Sunday.
April 16 Rabbi Mann is spiritual
leader >f Temple Isaiah. The
baby's name :s Dina Rose and
mother ind daughter are now "at
" .; 1995 Marseilles Drive.
Miami Beach.
MR. I0E HART
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Personally Speaking...
Mrs. Helen Sher. of Englewood, N. J-. is visiting her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sher, 2111 S.W. 21st St.
Mrs. Sher will remain in Miami until alter the Bar Mitzvah of
her grandson, Kenneth, at Beth David on June 3.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pomerance, 441 East Rivo Alto Drive,
Rivo Alto Island, and Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg, 108 6th
Terr., Di Lido Island, will sail for Europe on the New Amsterdam
en Friday, April 28. Holland, Italy. Austria, France, Switzerland
and Israel will be included in their itinerary.
* *
Leaving for New York on Monday is Miss Beatrice Rapport,
member of the professional staff of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
* -K
Mrs. I. Shienfeld and her son, Paul, returned to their home
in Boston, Mass., after spending a month with their son and
brother, Elliot.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Liebman, who have resided at 1195
Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, during this winter, are back at
their home 320 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, 1241 N.W. 58th Terr., have
as their houseguest their nephew, Francis Thompson, of Hollis,
Long Island.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper, 557 Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach, were hosts to their niece, Miss Lucille Blackton, of New
York City, for two weeks. Miss Blackton has received wide
acclaim as a singer and is soloist with the New England Jewish
Peoples Chorus and Temple Emanuel, Englewood, N. J.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berman
and Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver have returned from a short
visit to Cuba.
* -fc
Recent guests at the Delano Hotel were Mr. and Mrs. Milton
M. K. Rubin of Scarsdale, N. Y. During their stay they were
entertained by Mr. Rubin's mother, Mrs. Frances N. Rubin,
Claremont Hotel. The visitors left Wednesday to attend a con-
vention prior 'o returning to their home.
* *
Mrs. Rita Lee Siegel and daughter, Marilyn Louise, 1132
N.W. 7th Ave., will leave Saturday by plane for New York City,
where they will attend the golden wedding anniversary cele-
bration of Mrs. Siegel's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Barnett
Weisberg.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller are vacationing in Tucson,
Arizona.
* *
Mrs. A. Levin has returned to her home in West Palm
Beach, after a visit with her daughter in New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bergman, 4560 Post Ave., Miami
Beach, announce the birth of a son, Sym Jared, at Mt. Sinai
Hospital on April 17. The mother is the former Nancy Siegel,
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Siegel of this city. The bris
was held Tuesday at the home of the baby's parents. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky was sandek; Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Dearr,
godparents; and the Rev. Israel Faber, mohl.
Before her marriage on March
19, Mrs. William Grier was Miss
Mildred Horowitx, daughter of
Louis Horowitx, 717 Jefferson
Ave., Miami Beach. After a
honeymoon in Cuba, Dr. and Mrs.
drier are living at 951 Bay Road,
Normandy Isle. The bride was
attended by her cousin, Mrs. Ed-
win Ehrens. David Grier was his
brother's best man. A veteran.
Dr. Grier graduated from Miami
High School and Northern Illinois
College of Optometry. His bride
attended Florida State University.
Friedmans Return
From South Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Fried-
man returned this week from
Columbia, S. C, where they
attended the wedding of Mrs.
Friedman's sister. Miss Irene
Stern, to Martin Samuels.
Mrs. Friedman served as matron
of honor at the ceremony and M:.
Friedman sang.
En route to South Carolina.
Mr. Friedman, who is national
commissioner of B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization, attended the
convention of the Florida Federa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges in St.
Petersburg, where he presided
over a panel discussion on the
youth group. At the conclave Mr.
Friedman was awarded a plaque
for outstanding service as past
president of the state federation.
Prior to returning to Miami,
the young attorney led a panel
on youth problems at the South
Carolina B'nai B'rith convention
in Columbia.
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Miss Weiss is active iotj
tessamal organizations of thtl
f"d *** Really as truteel
the Miami Beach Public Lib,
a member of the planniwi
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Beach, a director of the Bud
of Jewish Education, member]
the Inter-Group Education (J
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the mter-faith projects of P
. community
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Anita B, Goldman
Wed To Jack Kaler
After May 2, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
|f-ier whose marriage was an
nt'of April 16, will be at home
at 750 S.W. 7th St. The couple
Center Show
Set For Sunday
A cast of 75 will appear in the
full two-hour variety show,
"Sounds Terrific," to be presented
by the Miami Jewish Community
Center on Sunday, April 30, at
8:15 p.m.
The show, an original musical
revue, features local talent.
Tickets may be obtained by call-
ing the center at 3-5489 and
proceeds will go to the center.
Included in the cast are Arnold
Pollock and Howard Kleinberg
in the leads, as well as Vocalists
Carl Shramek and Sandy Ofso-
witz, Pantomimist Sylvia Milgrim,
Dance Specialist Natalie Bern-
stein and Comedians Ed Suss and
Don Matlin. The TYS Club, Tri
Beta Club, BZB, Sigma Rho and
other teen-age groups will also
be featured. Albert Feldan wrote
the script and directed the show.
Mrs. Jack Kaler
exchanged vows and rings at the
Vanderbilt Hotel before Rabbi
Max Shapiro.
The former Miss Anita Betty
-Goldman, the bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
|Goldm;m. 2800 S.W. 20th St. The
ridegroom is the son of Mrs.
-Dora Kaler, 1140 8th St., Miami
feeach, and the late Samuel A.
|Kal>':".
The bride wore an ivory satin
gown with fitted bodice and
Sweetheart neckline edged with
illusion. Her full skirt ended in
la cathedral train. A headpiece of
Seed pearls and bugle beads se-
cured the fingertip length veil
land gardenia and phalaenopsis
jfonried the bridal bouquet.
Mrs. Sol Grcenberg, Atlanta,
oi the bridegroom, served
natron of honor in a gown of
El embroidered organdy over
|\ taffeta. She carried blue
fca:r.:it; ms. Another sister. Miss
Bhii-ley Kaler, wore a similar
g.iwn over blue taffeta and
tarried yellow carnations. Dale
[bine Kaler was flower girl in
lie green organdy over matchi-
ng taffeta.
Irving K. Kaler, Atlanta, was
lest man for his brother. Sherwin
" ildman, brother of the bride,
and Sol Greenberg seated guests.
Miss Ethel Pont kept the guest
'.ok at the reception which
allowed.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
n.i High School. Mr. Kaler at-
tended schools in Atlanta and
erved in the navy for three years.
fe is associated with Kaler
produce Co.
The couple left for a wedding
|r:p through Florida and Georgia.
H. Scher Named
Meeting Chairman
Herbert E. Scher has been
named chairman of the twelfth
annual meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation on
Thursday, May 18, William D.
Singer, Federation president, an-
nounced this week.
One of the highlights of the
meeting will be a report on
Federation's twelfth annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal which has
brought in approximately
$1,172,000 to date.
Serving with Scher will be M.
J. Kopelowitz, Mrs. William Cap-
land, Mrs. Sol Leslie, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Leo Eisenstein, Leo
Allen, Gil Balkin, Mrs. Herbert
E. Scher, Louis Schwartzman,
Mrs. Joseph Williamson, Mrs.
Florence Finkelstein and Morris
Klass and William D. Singer, ex
officio.
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Name-A-Cottage
Contest Opens
Forty one-week vacations at
the Loon Lake Hotel will be
awarded to winners of a unique
name-a-cottage contest being
sponsored by the famed Adiron-
dacks resort, according to an
announcement by Dr. David S.
Andron, prominent communal
leader and owner of the hotel.
Dr. Andron announces that he
is seeking colorful and original
names for the picturesque cot-
tages which form a part of the
3500-acre estate. These cottages,
containing from one to 20 bed-
rooms, have previously been
named by guests who visited
there. Among the names now in
use are Twin Pines, Midget,
Balsams, Happy Days, Debutante
Hall and Bachelor Quarters.
The cottages border the lake, the
18-hole golf course and the rolling
gardens of the hotel. Each has its
own large porch, sitting room,
wood-burning fireplace, piano,
etc. There are telephones, steam
heat and refrigeration.
To enter the contest one must
send his name, address and sug-
gested name for the cottage to
the Loon Lake Hotel Miami
Beach office at the Crest Hotel,
17th St. and James Ave., phone
5-0321, or the New York office.
Park Sheraton Hotel, phone
Judson 2-2470.
For every name accepted, a
prize of a one-week vacation
(valid for the coming summer
months) will be given absolutely
free. There is no charge for
entering the contest. No corre-
spondence will be returned and
the decision of the judges will be
final.
If an accepted name has been
submitted by more than one per-
son, each contestant will receive
a prize vacation. Not more tlian
one prize will be given to any
one person, but each person may
submit as many entries as he
wishes.
Crum To Address Rally
The Hon. Bartley Crum, who
has just returned from Israel,
where he served as President
Truman's personal representa-
tive, will address a mammoth
rally marking the anniversaries
of Israeli independence and
admission to the United Na-
tions on Sunday, May 14, at
Flamingo Park.
The gathering will be held
under the joint auspices of the
Zionist Council of South Flor-
ida and the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American
Christian Palestine Committee.
Beach Mizrachi Women
Will Install Officers
Miami Beach Chapter of
Mizrachi ,Women will hold an
installation dinner on Thursday,
May 4, at 6:30 p.m. at the David
Whitman Hall of Congregation
Beth Jacob.
Mrs. Ida Karger, Mizrachi re-
gional director, will install the
new officers and Rabbi Irving
Lchrman will be featured speak-
er. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, chap-
lain, will offer the prayers.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
B. Pakula. Mrs. Pauline Grund-
werg is arranging the program.
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Fancy Imported and Domestic Delicacies
5199 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida
Telephone 89-S274
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The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association, Partici-
pating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in-
forms the public that:
Meat Markets without the sign of the GMVH H 1 D )
displayed are neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad;
1.
2.
3.
4.
Chickens without the ring of the GMVH
n 1 D i
Hotels and Restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet not
be Kosher;
Chickens with the GMVH ring H 1 D 3 are endorsed only
are neither supervised nor 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. LOBEL, Treas.
BELOW ARE TWO BILLS INTRODUCED IN THE CONGRESS
DURING JULY, 1949. CONGRESSMAN SMATHERS' BILL SEEKS
GOVERNMENT AMNESTY FOR MIAMI BEACH BOYS AND OTHERS
WHO FOUGHT FOR ISRAEL
8 1st CONGRESS
I it Session
S. 2293
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
Jixv m< (legislative day. Juki 2). l!>40
Mr Pipp'k introduced ilw following bill: which m read twice and referred
to Ihe Commiltfe on the Judiciary
A BILL
Fur the relief f Fritz von Opel.
1 Be it enacted by Ihe Senate and House of Reprcsenla-
2 lives of Ihe United Stales of America in Congress asscmhUd,
:i Tlmt the Attorney General be, and he Is hereby, iithorhed
4 and directed to record Fritz von Opel as having entered the
5 United States for permanent residence on May !'. 1940.
(i i"|"in enactmenl "f the Act the Secretary of Stale shall in-
7 struct the proper quota-control officer t deduct..........mbcr
s from the quota for Germany "i il"' Brut year that il' - ! quota is available.
While Peppers Kill
Seeks Citizenship War a Man
Described by the Knemy Alien
Hoard as a Dangerous Alien
81st CONGRESS
ltTT SeASION
H. J. RES. 326
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
.!,it SC IM0
Mr Smmiiih- iiiiii.lu.vil it..- following join) resolution; which .- referred
to ili- Committee on ilu- Judiciary
JOINT RESOLUTION
To restore the citizenship of persons who fought in me Scar
East, i" give rclicl from prosecution for rcrtnin actx, mid for
other purposes.
Whereas the Sixty-seventh Congress of ilir I'tnted States on
June SO, 1022, bv joint resolution, r.....Ived "thai i!'
United Stales <>i America favon me establishment in Pales-
line of a national I......e for the JewishPcopIc ""; and
Whereas the Seventy-ninth ,'"':-......I the United States on
October 20, 1045, by joint resolution, resolved that "the
United Stale!) -' II its g.....1 office* i" the -il ll il
doors of Pale-line -' ill be opened for free entry "I Jcw
into thai country, and tin re shall !" full i pporl
loni intii that I may recontimtc Pi '
;i fivi ni I den* crati i unmonwealth in '
regard!" "I race nr-ereed. shall enjoy equal rights"
Whereas ii has been the policy ol the United States to
NOW... who is your real Friend?
PULL LEVER 7-A... SMATHERS FOK SENATE

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PAGE EIGHT
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Temple Women
To Seat Officers
tallation of officers of the
S sterhood of Temple Israel will
;e place at a luncheon on Mon-
ti; Mi v 1. at 12:30 p.m. at the
5 ns Souci Hotel. Miami Beach.
with Mrs. I. M. w< instein, install-
ing officer.
. Jack Daner will serve as
stress of ceremonies. The pro-
. under th< chairmanshi]
Mrs. Harry V. Simons and Mrs
!1. -v Boyell, will fe ture Vocal-
Mar} Davi 3. accompanied by
V : T. rb -V
Officers to be installed include
Mrs. Max Meise!. president: Mrs.
Henry E. Wolff, first vice presi-
.-: Mrs. Nat L. Willis
president: Mrs. Harold
I den, treasurer: Mrs. Stuart
G .don. re iretary; Mrs.
Alvin Richter. corresponding sec-
y: M.s. A A. Green, assistant
responding secretary: Mrs
Harold Meyers, financial secre-
. : Mrs. Alvin Sandier, audit
Members of the b o a r d of
trustees include the Mesdames
L. wrence Adler. Norman M
Giller, E. Max Goldstein. Stella
Hantman, Albert J. Hirsch. W.
Ellard Kohn. Maurice Serotta.
ry V. Sim ms. Elry Stone and
Ad lph Werthein i
To Mark Birthday Of
Israel. Mother's Day
Pioneer Women Club No. One
Of Miami Beach will mark the
second birthday of the State of
Israel and Mother's Day at a
special celebration on Thursday
evening, May li, at Krteseth
Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid
Ave.. according to Mrs. Henry J.
Seitlin. president. Proceeds are
earmarked for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Ir. Hadassah To
Hold Taxi llaneo
Miami Beach Unit of Junior
Hadassah wUl sp ins ir a -Tax;
Dance" on Saturday evening,
April 29. at 8:30 p.m. at the Town
. & Beach Club.
Specialty and novelty dance..
and a "nosh box" auction have
been planned. Proceeds will go
(to support the group's Meier
j Shfeyah Village in Israel.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is chair-
!man. Assisting her are Annette
I Melich. co-chairman: Ann Hertz.
1 correspondence: Natalie Samuels,
arrangements, and Francine Levy,
publicity.
J3A^APRn^J
the vow* Aduit'Si1;
Coral Gables Jew,s ^
be an event of Saturday iL
at 9 p.m. at the cento Sb?
wa.ters and can-can gT
furnish entertainment fnd'S.
ery style attire will he \\L *
of the day.

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propert>, In the County ..i
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PAGE NINE
53 Women
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ier was elected
Miami Beach
B'rith Women
ting of the unit
; Seymour Satin.
Mrs. Optner dur-
ffice will be Mrs.
Irs. Joseph Oritt,
Goldberg, Mrs.
vice presidents;
Sanders, recording
Herbert Reichek,
ry; Mrs. Maurice
Stant financial sec-
Jack Silverman,
I secretary: Mrs. Ben
v lurer; Mrs. Sam
blman, Ruardian; Mrs. Dave
1: Mrs. Sol Gold-
hnn rary trustee; Mrs. Carl
kl,.. ; Harry Kaufman,
Alper, trustees; Mrs.
our s tin, counselor.
cted lo the board of directors
the Mesdamea Theodore
i Balkin, Meyer
[n, M B rnstein, Harry
,n. li Einhorn, I. Leo
Fein, Arthur
Goldstein. Morris
Villiam Hoffman,
! I' :.i v. David Joseph,
K Albert Lehrman,
Ip Lei Samuel Pollack,
\. M. S. Purcel,
nan !' i Norman Reigel-
Bi rniri Rimer, Donald
\V am Susman, Hyman
i m Spiegel, Harold
Teller, Gertrude
; Helen Wassman.
Bus ai being made for an
I] luncheon to be held
le Saxony Hotel on May 16.
1m Weinkle is in charge
pangi n nts.
To Meet Monday
Ith David PTA will hold its
meeting of the season on
lay, May 1, at 8 p.m. at the
I
program, planned by Mrs.
est Sussman, will com-
prati M tiicr's Day. Students
Hebrew school will appear
Iskit entitled "The Lives of
lu- Jewish Women" under
Dim;ion of Mrs. Bernard
dell,
ROOM WANTED
to Center of Gables by
J Man, Univ. Student. Some
|en Privileges.
Mr. Marmorstein at the
Atlantic Towers Hotel
FOR RENT
Klroom Apt. $42 Yearly
0 S. W. 23rd Terrace
Tel. 83-1388
HIGH SALARIED
BURANCE EXECUTIVE
111, interested in lady with
158,000 invest in business.
Yte Mr. J., Box 2S73.
Miami 18
FOR SALE
Synagogue, 2-Bedroom
f*n Frame Home. Furn.
Itiful Large LotDouble
fee. Ph. Owner 89-3785
I SINGLE WOMAN
j>s Partner for Small
valescent Home. Must
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} 2973. Miami 18
Strengthen Jewish Education For
Jewish Survival, Dr. Prinz Says
Jewish education is the primary
force keeping Jewry alive and
Jewish education must be greatly
strengthened in America to meet
the challenge of survival.
This is the statement of Dr.
Joachim Prinz, whose defiance of
the Hitler regime led to his ex-
pulsion from Germany. Spirital
leader of Temple B'nai Abraham,
Newark, N. J., Dr. Prinz was
principal speaker at the Jewish
Education dinner held at the
Delmonico Hotel Sunday night.
Officers of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, which sponsored the
event, were installed by Louis
Heiman, honorary president.
Invocation was given by Haobi
Jacob H. Kaplan, grace by Rabbi
Simon April and benediction by
Rabbi Morris Skop. David Isen
acted as master of ceremonies. An
outline of bureau activities was
presented by Louis Schwartzman,
executive director. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman introduced the speaker
and a salute to the second anni-
versary of the State of Israel was
presented by Pincus Puchkoff in
Hebrew.
Elect Lucille M.
YON ARX
TEACHER
ATTORNEY
BUSINESS
WOMAN
SOCIAL
WORKER
SCHOOL BOARD
DISTRICT NO. 3
COUNTY WIDE VOTEMAY 2
Dom. Prim.
UM. Pol. A.lv )
Mrs. Ida Optner
14 Beach Center Women
Attend Synagogue Meet
Fourteen members of the Sister-
hood of the Miami Beach Jewish I
Center attended the annual spring
conference of the South Eastern
Branch of the Women's League
of the United Synagogue of
America on Monday and Tuesday
of this week.
Members who attended the
meet included the Mesdames I
Irving Lehrman, Samuel Fried-
land. George Goldberg. Sophie:
Robinson, Ann Lipton, Sam Oka, j
Eva Sepler, Julius Seligman, Alex
Sussman. Alfred Stone, Leonard |
Wien. Samuel Wiesen, Ira C.
Walsey and Benjamin B. Wolff.
The conference opened official- !
ly on Monday afternoon with a i
Torah luncheon session with Mrs.
Wolff presiding chairman, and
Mrs. Lehrman, principal speaker.
Mrs. Lehrman, who founded and
organized the group in Miami
Beach four years ago, is now
honorary president of the South
Eastern Branch.
Featured speaker at the Mon-
day evening session was Rabbi
Irving Lehrman.
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A. Galbut Found Dead
In West Palm Beach
Funeral services were conducted
Thursday, April 27. for Abraham
(Al) Galbut. who was found dead
Tuesday in West Palm Beach. Mr.
Galbut, well known in the area
as "mayor of South Beach," was
a pioneer Miami Beach business-
man and operator of the Wash-
ington Drug Co. A Democratic
committeeman, Mr. Galbut was
recentlj named "Elk of the Year."
Survivors include his wife,
Bessie; two sons. Hyman and
Paul; and a daughter, Mrs.
Miriam Kokkins.
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Mi-
ami Beach, was in charge of ar-
rangements for the services which
were held at the Elks' Head-
quarters Building. West Ave. and
Seventh St. Interment took place
in Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating.
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RIDAY, APRIL 28, 1950
*Je**i*ti Tlfrirti^m
ablefl Group
ni liases .Lot
TV First Jewish Congregation
[Coral Gables has purchased a
SHoetion Of Mav |uoon To HigEilight
Motflor-Waiiada Danee On May 7
PAGE ELEVEN
. the southeast corner of
Imora Ave. and Galiano St. and
begin construction of a
fcagogue cm the site in the neai
Ip,.','.,,;.' plans call for a struc-
Ir consisting of a large main
tiplc live class looms, a rabbi's
Ldv. completely equipped
jtohen and an inside patio.
|Thc congregation, which was
imded a year ago, first met in
le Hill* 1 House. The group held
eh Holy Day services in the
Iral Gables Coliseum and has
en using a building on Ponce
Leon and Miracle Mile as
ladquarters,__________
Miamians To Attend
magogue Conclave
Phi- Southeastern Synagogue
Inference, representing more
an 30 Orthodox congregations
i eight states, will meet for its I
tih annual convention in Mem- j
Is. T< nn on Friday to Monday,
bril 28 to May 1.
\mons the delegates represent-
local Orthodox congregations
fll be: Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
M. J. Safra, David Whitman,
kthan Kaplan, Rabbi Simon
bril, Rabbi Murray Grauer,
|bbi Norman Siegal, M. B. Kahn,
nder Ayintar. I. Solomon, Rabbi
Jlmnn Posner, Norman Robbins
IdH. Socolof.
iudent Elected To
ike Hillel Office
Eighteen-year-old Stanley Joel
Innon. freshman pre-medical
dent al Duke University, has
en elected recording secretary
I the Hillel Organization there,
i was also appointed to the staff
the Duke Chronicle-
Stanley is the son of Mr. and
k. Irving William Cannon, 827
ird Road, West Coral Gables.
|ie elder Cannon is a candidate
state legislature Group 3.
Eight organizations are sponsor-
ing candidates for May Queen to
be chosen at the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Center May dance on
Saturday, May 7.
at the Shore
Club Hotel Mi-
ami Beach.
Cand i d a t e s
named to date
include Sunshine
Ax J rod, M i a m i
Beach Masada;
Arita Brc n n e r.
Miami Jewish
\-gComunity Cen-
gter; Joan Morris,
"Coral Gables
Joan Aforris Jewish War Vet-
_ erans; Dolly
LeVich Harris, Delta Phi Epsilon;
Marilyn Hochmann. Phi Sigma
Sigma. Also sponsoring candidates
will be the Miami Beach YM &
WHA, B'na-i B'rith Youth Organ-
izations and the Young Married
Group of Congregation Beth
David.
The queen will receive a large
silver loving cup. a free weekend
at the Shore Club Hotel and a
complete outfit of clothing.
Julio Torres and his orchestra
Will provide music for dancing
and a floor show will feature
vocal selections by Dorothy Roth-
stein.
$35,000,000 Raised
WASHINGTON, (JTA) A
total of $35,000,000 has been re-
ceived by the United Jewish
Appeal thus far this year, in-
cluding $137,000 in gifts presented
last week by American Christian
leaders, Henry Morgenthau. Jr.,
general chairman of the UJA,
\|>.l I I IIH'lll 4.IMMI|
Goon Over Top
Announcement that the Miami
Beach Apartment Asociation has
raised $26,710 in the 1950 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal has been i
made by Chairmen Sol Goldman
and Ben Zion Ginsburg.
One of the first groups to I
its quota of $25,000, the associa-
tion this year brought in over
two and a half times more money
than it has previously done.
"I am extremely grateful for
the untiring efforts of the chair-
men and their eo-wokers," Dan
Ruskin. campaign chairman, said.
Serving with Goldman and
Ginsburg were Meyer Taigi
whom they praised for his "
standing work."' Rose Selil
Helen Sanders, Matilda Rat
Max Sulkin, Sidney Rubinowitz
Ben Giller S. Vogel and J.
Sklhr,
LEGAL NOTICE
announced at the concluding ses-
sion here of the national confer-
ence called by the UJA National
Christian Committe. Mr. | business
Morgenthau also stated that
$112,000,000 had been raised by
the 1949 UJA campaign.
The two-day conference here
was the first ever called by a
Christian committee of the organ-
ization.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIl'R Is HKKKBY UIVKN I
the undersijrned, desiring to enKHgi
the fictitious nui.....>(
Colographlc Preen at 335 X. E. 59th
Streot, Miami, Florida, Intends o
legluter Bald name with the t'le
ill,- Clrcuil Court of Dade C< m
Florida.
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+Jewish norktian
PAGE THIRTEEN
[aiididate list
for Outstanding
[wards Grows
rhr,,,. additional candidates
L been nominated for the
ItsUnding Citizens' Awards
tnsored by Dade civic and
tyice organizations for the third
Jtabbi Max Shapiro has been
[mod for his "participation in
t3- Russell Floyd for her
I jth community programs,"
L.^iJv charity work," and Mrs.
s Hicks for "her extensive
hivities with the Community
lost and in the recent fund-
ive to complete the Crippled
liildren's Hospital."
Awards will be made to the
{(standing man and woman on
bnday. May 28, in Bayfront Park
i part of a city-wide American-
Jn rally. Mayors of all munici-
Llities will be guests of honor
Ed a nationally known speaker
Ell he beard It is expected that
l(. Dade County mayors will
Joclaim the date as "Outstanding
Itizen Day" and will call upon
leir communities to participate
I the ceremonies.
[Trophies will be presented to
L winners by Joseph Lipton,
[esident of Dade Federal Savings
fed Loan Association, sponsor of
lis year's awards.
[Chairman Louis Snetman has
enounced that nominations will
lose on May 15 and that any
?dividual or organization may
ame their candidate by address-
kg a letter to the committee at
ft) Seybold Building, listing the
nusual civic achievement of the
Btninee in 1949.
iorih Shore Unit
To Seal Leaders
Mrs. Bernard Hoffman will be
(stalled as president of the North
lore Women's Chapter, B'nai
lYith. at luncheon ceremonies
Wednesday, May 3, at 12:30 p.m.
the Bel Aire Hotel.
I Mrs. Harry Kaufman, a past
resident of the Women's B'nai
I'rith Council, will act as in-
alling officer. A musical pro-
kam will follow the rites.
[The B'nai B'rith unit enters its
li'rd j ear of service and boasts a
pter of more than 200 members.
Be of their chief projects in
49 was the servicing of the
lis ayne Elementary School
lurses' quarters.
1 Other officers to be installed
r. Mis. Louis Sherman, first
fee president; Mrs. Herbert
phen, second vice president;
'rs. George Levenson, third vice
Resident; Mrs. Selma Leban,
"assurer; Mrs. Joseph Schwartz,
wording secretary; Mrs. Jack
fein corresponding secretary;
Irs Leon Rapee, financial sec-
Itary; Mrs. Fred Sommerstein
fad Mrs. Melvin Pazol, trustees.
IMrs. Leon Rapee is in charge
vations.
[iH.ill To Speak
\t Installation
iRalpn McGill. editor of the
flan t a Constitution, author and
prld traveler, will be principal
pker at the installation ban-
let of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
[nth. on Sunday evening. May
Jat the Saxony Hotel.
IMcGill recently made an ex-
Tded tour of Israel and is
[ing a nationally syndicated
Ties oi articles on the Jewish
ate. He was awarded an honor-
Doctor of Laws Degree by
University of Miami in June,
'*?. for "his distinguished career
[journalism" and was principal
leaker at the commencement
ercises.
A Preview Of Antibiotics And
Diseases Of The Chest
By DR. ALEXANDER LIBOW
Chest Physicians, Hollywood Beach Hotel, Sunday, April 23.)
The four most commonly used antibiotics are penicillin
streptomycin aureomycin ar.d chloromycetin. Of these penicillin
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SZE&JPw Dub*Ic.s lobar Pneumonia) since very few cases are
in^/sP/SH'anS aLthe PrCSent time' Penicillin is also of
^ t ,k ud rhl'niC brnt'hitis and in bronchiectosis. Early
nnHgmL ,'f oanllb'0tle m aCUtCJung abscess has cured many cases^
=nd",<,?.f.u,8F-y unnecessary. Pre and postoperative administration
of penicillin in those cases where surgery was necessary, has
produced more rapid healing and prevented many complications.
Streptomycin has been of great value in the treatment of
pulmonary tuberculosis, especially in recent cases, and those com-
plicated by laryngial and intestinal tuberculosis. Recent reports of
the combined use of streptomycin plus a new chemical compound
called para-amino-salicylic acid (P.A. S.), have indicated an im-
proved action against the tubercle bacillus. Streptomycin has also
proven to be of considerable value when combined with surgical
methods for the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis.
Aureomycin is of effective value in virus pneumonis (Atypical
Pneumonia), Rocky Mountain Fever, Q Fever, Psittacosis (Parrot's
Disease), and Tularemia.
Chloromycetin has aided greatly in the treatment ci Typhoid
Fever, Petrussis (Whooping Cough).
Human life has been considerably prolonged, and the mortality
due to many infections has been greatly diminished by the use of
antibiotics.
Beach Center To
Produce 'llvhhuli'
The Playhouse of Jewish Folk-I
lore, an educational and cultural
project on the Miami Beach.
Jewish Center, will produce "The j
Dybbuk" by Shlomo Anski, ac-
cording to Mrs. Alfred Stone, j
chairman.
The play will be produced by '
Prof. Sam Hirsch of the drama
department of the University of
Miami.
"The JDybbuk," based on a
famous allegory, has been seen
and acclaimed by thousands dur-
ing its successful runs both as a
legitimate play on Broadway and
as a first run feature-length mov-
ing picture.
The date for this community
production has been set for June.
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Uprising of the Warsaw Ghetto
is slated for Thursday, April 27,
at 8:15 p.m. at the Beach Y. The
Discussion Group. Music Lover's
Committee and Teen-Agers are
collaborating on the event.
Music, skits and readings on
the theme "Lest We Forget A
Rededication of Hope and Faith"
will be featured. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman is chairman.
Lyons Is Emcee
Norman R. Lyons was master
of ceremonies at a reception and
dinner in honor of Sen. and Mrs.
Claude Pepper at the Marina
Restaurant recently. The affair
was sponsored by the Southwest
Pepper Committee and the com-
mittee in charge of arrangements
included Max Friedson, James
Tribble and Max Singer.
State JWV Meet Slated
Plans are being made for the
state conclave of the Jewish War
Veterans to be held at the Robert
Clay Hotel, on June 3 and 4. The
Norman Bruce Brown Post is the
sponsor for the meet and Obbie
Rosenthal, Miami, and Wm. Hoff-
heimes, Hollywood, are co-chair-
men, in charge of arrangements
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ivHisUFfarSdliari
DALAPR
Letters To The Editor
To the Editor,
lian
I' r Sir:
D
menl
ugh
weapoi t the Israel re-
quest and
Western En I other Com-
raun st-th eat< ned < nt i It i>
;il! political poppycock and hypo-
crisy and jusl another way of,
giving Israel a brush-off.
Wo olaini to bo short, but at
tho same time we keep supplying
the British, who. in turn, also
allege to be short, but not short
enough to discontinue supplying
unlimited quantities of arms to
Egypt. Iraq and Hashemite Jor-
dan countries. Could it be that
we are shipping arms of all types
to the British as a dropping off
point for the British to transfer
our arms to the above named
countries?
The British have never re-
quested an inventory from any
of (hose nations, of the quantities
of arms they have stored and
concealed away in their over-
parked warehouses The British |
have never requested information
concerning the armed force of
; Be i uMi ies. Why then, should
the brass hats in our Defense
Department require this pertinent
secret information from the gov-
ernment of Israel? Why: The
answer is very simple. Our brass
hats are obvi msly pro-British,
1 -Egypt. pro-Iraq and pro-
Hashemiti Jordan i
. nti-Is ai I!
If there ever was a nation that
v. ,.:> give its all serve
liberty, I n. free-
don : nd th >ught, i
--. it is th<
nt Stal '
In due time, thosi v same
brass hal n Defi nse Depart-
ment tl Is will n to thi
full realization that the State
Israel is an important, si
Middle East outpost of democr;
The Israelites will guard and de-
fend d< i aga nst all un-
desiral li and >bn< i >us ton
i" because J .-. si people
have kr wn tl nds of
years, thi tterness lshi|
suffi ring : an \ ten
I :
II iur Defensi Department
ficials w current his-
' : "> y would discover thai
Egypl Iraq and Hashemite Jor-
dar nti il .. I i
n tevi l
the las n< n thi Axis:
:. : si
OV .- .- ;--.,
he wallparticuli rlj i
Egypt
in the Defense Di
have to admit that F
I
E
I
es,
How blind I i an
our officials in the Di fi nse De-
'partment be? Can't they distin-
guish the difference between
friends and those who arc just
usmg us for tin ir convenience?
We are In very urgent need of
friendly nations' in the Middle
East and everywhere else in the
world and we will not make
friends if some of our public
officials will continue to act like
a lot of incompetents and chase
real friends away from us. They
had better wake up now. other-
wise it may be too late to square
matters as they have bungled up
matters in China.
Very trulv yours,
CLAUDE D." ARMSTRONG.
Miami Beach.
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if it

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1020 N.W. 22nd Ave.
We Bureau of Jewish Education
Congress Building
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Registered MailR.R.R.
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Dear Sirs
This is to advise you that the
officers and board of directors ,.f
Congregation Beth JacoL official-
ly resolved at a meeting held j
Thursday evening. April 20. by;
unanimous vote that Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob is not affiliated
with the Bureau of Jewish Con- |
gregation (Education) and is not
to be considered a member
n. nor its religj ius
school is connected with the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
'. -. rel i : equested that!
Beth Jacob (' mgi
tion nor its religious school bej
ned in any of the publicity '
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and that their names be
removed from all stationery and
othei printed matter immediately.
It was further resolved that a
copy of this letter be sent for
ation to The J e w i s h
iian.
Wry truly yours.
DAVID WHITMAN. President.
Congregation Beth Jacob.
i- ;. Dur pui poe i" havi
publication, road bo aa to -:'" "'''
. of the entir.
' munitv'H tlvltiei rather tha
roup they are Interested In. rne
dallv papers have b< ie "
gheito-ixing the news. The Editor.
Clein Bar Mitzvah
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N.W. 44th Ave.. announce the Bar
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9 a.m. at the Miami Hebrew
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Simon April will officiate.
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Richard is a student at Auburn-
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+Jewisti tier id kin
PAGE FIFTEEN
We're Voting
CLAUDE
BECAUSE
BECAUSE
BECAUSE
BECAUSE
UECAVSB
Florida's Senior Senator to the U. S. Senate
in the May 2nd Democratic Primary
no man in the history of this state has done so much for so many
of the people of Florida .
Claude Pepper has proven himself a true friend of South Florida
having led the efforts to procure the Nautilus Hotel (now Mt.
Sinai Hospital) for the City of Miami Beach, and havng initiated
countless other major projects of direct benefit to this area .
BECAUSE Claude Pepper is a sincere believer in the principles of the
Democratic Party, having achieved a record of 99% party unity
during the last Senate session .
he has fought a vigorous 14-year battle for the establishment
and recognition of a free and independent Israel .
he led the successful fight to eliminate the discriminatory
aspects of the 1948 Displaced Persons Bill .
Claude Pepper has never sought to curry favor with one group
at the expense of another; and because his stand has always
been a courageous and outspoken one on the side of the people
of Florida and of the nation.
Jo* H. Adams
Harold Turk
PVed li. Harriett
J"hn B. On-, Jr.
Max Orvlta
Leo Robinson
Fred Davant
Harry Dietz
Burnett Roth
Dr. R. A. Rasco
Bill Snayne
Harry W. Preblsh
Joe Ludtck
W. Q, Ward
Richard Berenson
Frank Roche
Jack Gordon
Jack Ablln
Dr. S. K. Kitchen*
Dr. Irving Alberts
Abe Allenberg
E. Albert Pallot
L. Anxlg
Saul Ashkenazy
Howard Dodge
Ben Binder
Jesse Bra m son
Ned M. Letts
George Cohen
Harry Cohen
Stanley C. Myera
Herb Cohen
T. R Knight
Aaron Courshon
Henry Cova
John'Knlgnt
Sidney Davidson
J. Harry Day
Shepard Broad
Hugh P. Emerson
David Dogoloff
M. Desenberg
I. Jack Halpcrin
Sam Kalian
Morris Kandel
Charles Minov
Sam W. Shapiro
S. O. Polak
Harry Fein berg
I. Wm. Green
David R. Isen
Neil Berk
Harry Aberman
Harry I>avles
S I. Bernbaum
Mrs. Melvin Pazol
Mrs. R. Prichason
Morris Levin
Dr. J. H. Klock
Selma Rablnowitz
Max Paul
Mrs. F. I.. Rosen
.. S. Shapoff
"irs. A. Rosenberg
BenJ. Shockett
Mrs. J. H. Ruby-
Jack Dubinsky
Jos. I.. Tepper
Henry I* Greene
S C. Davl*
Max Gerber
Abr. Halperin
Harry Cohen
Morris Fisher
Al Jacobs
M. M. Freedman
Julius Kasdan
Abe Mazor
Harry Horowitz
Ben Holtz
I.co Eisensleln
Jo,- Epstein
Win. < >. Yates
Sam Steinberg
M. Nash
M. Krlegel
JOHOl Rumba m
Harry A. Miller
Jos. M. Rose
Cecil Woods
Ben Uarth
Wm. Slnnott
Harold Bergidn
Chester Wright
Alfred Stone
Leo Rosen
Alex Sussman
Leonard Ban-
Chas. Corn
Monte Sellg
Mrs. S. Leslie
Ixtuis Cohen
P. J. Davis
Alex S. Gordon
J. M. Llpton
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Jack A. Ablin
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Albert Pick
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Mrs. E Fenias
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Mrs. L. Marcus
Jack Muravnick
Mrs. S. Kasmln
Mrs. I. Kluger
Arthur Frlshman
Jules Gillette
Carl V. Edwards
lien Zlon Ginsberg
Sol Goldstrom
James T. Trihble
Abe Hnlpern
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Mickey Michaels
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Ed Chambers
Max Weiner
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Frank Thomas
Stuart Moore
Dan Channell
Jack Pearlman
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Fred Nesbltt
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Mrs. Max Goodman
Sol S. Goldstrom
bam W. Jamison
Mrs. Ada Joseph
Mrs. Isaac Kaplan
Mrs. Joseph Klein
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George Goldberg
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Louis Slurman
John C. Starr
Harry Gordon
Ray T. Sterling
Mrs. W. J. Cox
Wm. Fisher
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Henry Fuller
Seymour Satin
Harold Shapiro
Murray Goodman
Roland R. Sweet
Mrs. Wm. Caplan
Harry' Slmonhoff
Webster Wsllace
Mrs. Max Dobln
Chas. Resnick
Mrs. S. Kasanof
John I). Montsomcry
A. Frank Katzentlne
Herbert I'. Feihelman
Alexander S. Gordon
Mrs. Louis Glasscr
Norman Tartakow
Mrs. Harry Faber
I'liurman Whiteside
Mrs. Ella Silvrrsteln
Mrs. Rose G. Kaplan
Mrs. S. J. Solomon
Mrs. Alex A. Straus
Mrs. Paul Weilznian
Miss Clara Golilenberg
Mrs. Marry Davleu
Mrs. Leo Osheroff
Mrs. Albert Pick
Mrs. Paul Weltsman
Judge Harold Spaet
Mrs. Morris J. Goldln
Mrs. Jane Matthews
Mrs. Muriel Merlin
Sidney A. Stelner
Mrs. J. W. Cronln
Miss Dorothy Diamond
James S. Rainwater
Carl T. Hoffman
Wm. Taradash
Jacob Berkowltz
Mrs. Alfred Stone
Mrs. Herman 1-evitt
Mrs. Gershon Miller
Mrs. Kenneth Oka
George Jacobs
Herman Strelff
Mrs. G. Kaplan
C, E. Chrlstman
Mrs. Laura Moore
Mrs. Ben Sherry-
Harry Sisselman
Mrs. Gertrude Lacha
Mis. Phillip Lefkowltx
Mrs. i.ouis Makofsky
Rose C. Honlgbaum
Mrs. Harry Kaufman
Mrs. S E. Schwartz
Mrs. Chas. Greenherg
Mis. Stanley Phillips
Mrs. Emanuel Goldstlch
Mrs. Muriel Hirsch Pick
Mrs. Dorothy Krelger Fink
Mrs. Jennie Grosslnger
Morris C. DeWoskln
Mrs. David Pollack
Mrs. Harold Ruby-
Mrs. Seymour Satin
Mrs. Mark Sllversteln
Mrs. Harold Spaet
Mrs. Geo. Sugarman
Mrs. Bertram Thorpe
Mrs. Harold Tobln
Mrs. Florence Wharrle
Mrs. T. P. Arvan
Mrs. A. Schatzberg
Mrs. Alexander Kogan
Mrs. Saul Ashkenazy
Mrs. Wllma Lee Aderman
Mrs. Lena N. Mintzer
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
Mrs. Arthur Frlshman
Mrs. Gilbert Goldman
Mrs. Sid Goldstrom
Mrs. A. Honlgbaum
Frances R. Joseph
Mrs. Lewis Julian
Harry Bodensteln
S. C. Stamploman
Janet L. Shawmut
Mrs. Gilbert Balkln
Mrs. Joseph Bloch
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Plan Donor Fet*
Plans are being formulated for
the first donor luncheon of the
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Ji w sh Center to be hold at the
Shelborne Hotel. Miami :
on w. d lesd y, M \y 17, at 12:30
p.m.
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Men's Club To Meet
The newly organized Beth
| David Men's Club will meet
ratoAY.Ann.
Thursday, April^T!?!5^
the new synagogue, a cLH
an announcement hi. Si
Diamond, president **

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VAN DIISH
A School Man For The School Board
LET'S ELECT C. RAYMOND (RAY) VAN DUSEN
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Candidate Advocates
Reduced Causeway Tolls

the Venetian
i .-v ay v. i: e advocated by N.
D. Wainwright. Jr., of Starke.
; r Railroad and Pu
.' mm issioni
Wainwright who is running in
group ne, said he w uld work
for ultin moval of tolls on
the Miami-Miami Beach traffic
tery His statement was released
here by Th mas S. F< rguson,
state ger.
At the final meeting of the hotel unit of the 1950 Combined
Jewish Appeal, Joseph Gardner, co-chairman of the unit, surprised
Joseph M. Rose, also co-chairman, with the presentation of a heart
which bore the inscription: "To Joe Rose, the guy with the biggest
heart, presented April 4, 1950 by the executive committee of the
hotel unit."
Ace-Saxon Personnel
Attend Family Picnic
Ace-S ixon. Inc., S >uth's
gest < igan tt vi nd-
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South F celebi ating
with Sun I
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Fish Fry Planned adults. Reservations may be ob-
The West Miami Jewish Center taiiwd by calling 4-4356.
will sponsor a fish fry at
Matheson Hammock Shelter on |
Sunday. May 7. at 1 p.m. A fuli I
program of athletics Ms being j
planned for both children and
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Associated
Temple Israel recently launched a drive for a new Sunday school building io be known as the
[Colman A. Zwitman Religious School in memory of the congregation's late spiritual leader. Pictured
labove laying the groundwork for the drive are (1. to r.) Harold Ruby. Sunday school superintendent;
[Mrs. Max Meisel, sisterhood president; Mrs. Louis Zeientz, executive secretary of the temple: Jules
Ipearlman. president of the congregation; Michael M. Isenberg, president of the men's club.
S. J. Frcedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Av*.
Miami Beach
Bet*, eon Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
Telephone 5-9017
/WV-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-y^"A^V.-^.-.'
I. H. Rosenhouse
Pull Lever 27-A.
|For Common Sense Way to:
SARNEH $28,000,000 Revenue
LIMINATE Sales Tax. Bookies
ad Syndicated Racketeers
WITHOUT
Legalized Gambling.
|y Adopting:
"ROSENHOUSE
DOKIE BUSTER BILL PLAN"
Establish sufficient pari
mutual sub-stations within
75 miles radius (Dade,
Brov.ard and Palm Beach -
I Counties) wired directly to
Totalizer at Track the same
cs at "BOOTHS" within
track enclosure, which will
[record all play on or off
trek on "TOTO BOARD"
same- as at track. Track
"TOTE BOARD" to be
I televised at each SUB-
I STATION so wagerers able
I to see change of odds and
amount of play same as at
I track.
Substations to be operated
by employees of track (not
I private licensees) under
I Racing Commission super-
vision under same rules as
I booths at track hence
|"NO POLITICS."
[Only sriort amendment to
"a. Statutes Sec. 550.16
I necessary.
I* H. Rosenhouse
Miami. Tel-phone 3-5418
915 Olympia Building
le Bookie Buster Candidate
for Legislature Group 3)
Nasoned Lawyer 25 years
active Miami practice.
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Flaglor-diraiiafla
Center Elects
Masters Prexy
Joe Masters was elected presi-
dent of the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Comunity Center at a
recent meeting of the group. He
succeeds Herman Feldman. .,
Other officers elected were Ben j
Clein, vice president: Sid Stiller,
treasurer; James Segal, financial
secretary; Naomi Stiller, record-
ing secretary; Sylvia Freed, cor-
responding secretary.
Members of the board include
Sidney Raskin, Leo Rothstein,
Robert Tauber, Charles Adelman,
Daniel Honaroff, Maurice Shaw.
Honorary board members are
Solomon Issenberg and Isaac
Rubenstein.
Plans are now being formulated
for ground breaking for a new
community center.
Rabbi Lehrman To Speak
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
guest speaker at the Spinoza Out-
door Forum on Saturday, April
29, at 3:30 p.m. at 124 11th St..
Miami Beach.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, chair-
man of the forum, will speak on
"How To Live a Hundred V.-..
Happily" on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
The forum will join America's
Town Meeting of the Air at 9 p.m.
Elect "'Jim"
James M.
NOEL
TO DADE COUNTY
School Board
Vote County Wide
......j
VETERAN LEGIONNAIRE GRADUATE TEXAS
A. & M. LAW STUDENT U. OF MIAMI
BRING SCHOOL MATTERS OUT IN THE OPEN!
Let*s All Solve School Problems!
PULL LEVER 32A MAY 2nd FOR JIM
(Pd. POl. Adv.)
Local Human Relations
Program To Feature UN
Radio Workshop for Democracy,
a community wide, dramatic
weel.ly radio series devised to
promote good human relations,
will present "The United Nations
The People's Hope" Saturday,
April 29, at 7:45 p.m., over station
WMIE.
Robert Baron, M. J. Berliner
and Gertrude Marx are in the
cast. Gertrude Marx serves as di-
rector, with Bernard Hutner of
the Anti-Defamation League's
Florida Regional Office serving
as technical adviser.
Listeners will be given an op-
portunity to earn a copy of "A
Measure of Freedom," the ADL'f
new report on the state of the
nation's prejudices, by writing
one of the five best letters on the
subject "What Freedom Means
to Me," Hutner announced.
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Van Straaten Heads
Beach Zionist Group
Alex Van Straaten. Miami
Beach civic leader, was elected
to succeed Alfred Stone as presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Zionist
District at a recent meeting at
Temple Beth Sholom.
Van Straaten. originally from
Philadelohia. Pa., served as the
head of various community groups-
in that city. He was president of
Northern Liberties Hospital:
president. Temple Judea; presi-
dent. Green Valley Country Club;
vice president. Osteopathic Hos-
pital, and director of Erie Nation-
al Bank. He has been active in
the Miami Beach Zionist District
since its inception and served as
membership chairman this past
year.
Following the annual report by
SfcHie. Golden Book Certificates
inscribing the names of the
recipients in the Golden Book in
Jerusalem, were awarded for
loyal and devoted service" to the i
following: Daniel M. Broad
Shepard Broad. George M. Cohen. .
Dr. E. J. Edelman. Leon J. Ell
Jacob C. Fishman. Paul Oilier.
Ben Zion Ginsburg. I. R. Good-
man. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Dr. Louis
G. Lvtton. Abraham Mason. Judge ;
Kenneth Oka. Joseph Pardo. Gil-
bert Rappaport. Harold Shapiro
and Alfred Stone.
Others elected to serve were j
vice presidents. Dr. David S.,
Andron. 'Daniel M. Broad. Ben
Zion Ginsburg. I. R. Goodman. S. .
A. Goodman. Judge Kenneth Oka:
financial secretary. Bertram Mil- :
lerr recording secretary. Murray i
Goodman: treasurer. Louis Miller, j
Directors include Abraham ]
Goodman chairman: Benjamin i
Appel. Leonard Barr. Charles |
Bender. Andre Bialolenki. George I
M. Cohen. Nathan H. Darsky,
Paul Eisman. Leon J. Ell. Bernard \
S. Feiner. Jake Felt. Jacob C.!
Fishman. Martin Genet. Simon S.
Gerson. Leonard Glasser. Dr. M.
J. Ghck. Nathan Glosser, Hy
Goldfeld. Dr. Morris Goodman.
Morris J. Kandel. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, Louis J. Krensky, Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Oscar Lelchuk. Dr. Leo M.
Levin, Ehiel Lesowoder. Harry
Levine. George Levy. Dr. M. A.
Lipk:nd, Harry I. Magid. Rabbi
M shay P Mann. Abraham
Mas n. Jos ph Maz Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, Max Meisel, Joseph
Pi Harry Platoff. Samuel
?r.;:errr.3r.. G:".ber: Rappa;.
R it bi Joseph Ha k vsky, Melvin
Richards a. Burnt tt Roth Sey-
. Rubin, Dr Z. I. Sa
Philip Salm a. Irving S:hatzman.
Har ~.i Shapiro Matthew Silver-
J. S 112 Sol L. Sugar-
man. George Talian :':'. Gus -
I Harry A Weiss. Past presi-
dents autoi it Uy vi n
[ directors ari Shep-
ard 3r;ad. Dr Louis G Lytton.
Judge H Id Spat I, Jack D.
Burris .-.r.i All 1 St at
Alex Van Straaten
Grainger To Play
With T-M Band
The University of Miami School
of Music will present Percy]
Grainger with symphonic band.
and chorale on Tuesday. May 2.
8:30 p.m. in the Miami Senior
Hieh School auditorium.
He will play Grieg's Piano
Concerto in A Minor with the
band and will conduct the band
and chorale in several of his own |
compositions.
Grainger is no stranger in Mi-
ami since he has made several
appearances here with the Uni-
versity of Miami Band and
Svmphony previously.
Tickets for the concert are on
sale at the University -Symphony
Office, the Downtown ticket of-
fice 228 S.E. 1st St., Amidons
Music Store, 220 Alhambra
Circle, Coral Gables, and the
Miami Beach Radio Co.. 1219
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Simonhoff To Speak
Harry Simonhoff. Miami at-
torney and Jewish Floridian
columnist, will speak on "The
Future of Jews in Soviet Russia"
at the Miami Jewish Community
Center on Monday. May 1. at 8:15
p.m.
This is the second in a series
of weeklv lectures co-sponsored
by the Miami Masada. the Bureau
of Jewish Education, the Jewish
Community Center and the Young
Adult Council of Miami.
Isaac Levin Unit
To Hold Social
An "Old Fashioned Hoe-down
and Social" featuring rustic cos-
tumes and entertainment will be
sponsored by the Isaac Levin
Lodge. Bnai B'rith. on Saturday,
April 29. at 8:30 p.m., at the Coral
Gables Women's Club.
A box lunch auction will be
one of the highlights of the pro-
gram. Prizes will be awarded for
the most original costumes and
dance music will be provided by
Uncle Harve's Band.
Chairman of the evening is
Phillip Schiff. Assisting him with
arrangements are Leonard Lubin,
decorations: Morton Perry, enter-
tainment: Emanuel Levenson and
Albert Beer ticket sales: Emanuel
Berliner, publicity: Robert Levin,
program and Mike Nedelman,
prizes.
Tickets may be obtained from
lodge members or at the door.
Gulfstream Attendance,
Mutuels Hit Record
The Gulfstream Park Racing
A-- ciation closed one of its most
successful seasons last week with
mutuels and attendance sounding
a high note right to the finale.
Entirely disregarding early pro-!
phesies of a drastic recession, the j
roval palm course exceeded last
ve'ar's figures by a wide margin.'
showing the greatest percentage
growth in revenue of any track I
in the state.
In 1940 a total of S26.692.985
was wagered by 440.068 visitors.
The average afternoon play was
S66T.324. and that represented an
increase over the year 1948.
During the meeting just con-
cluded betting figures swelled to
$28,227,251 for the regular forty
days of sport, with another
Scholarship Day added which
brought the over-ali figure to
S28.648.861. Attendance during the
scheduled 40 days totalled 446.050
while 7.441 guests on Scholarship
Dav brought the final figure to
453'.491.
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*Jmttti Fttridftann
PAGE NINETEEN
B Dade Center
Lg New Members
ttv-tuo new families were
Errd into the North Dade
Eh Center at a party held at
Trenur. 13630 West Dixie
US. iast week. Over 150
jpns'iit'ifnded.
Taxman, former mayor of
Ih Miami, acted as master of
Tnonic-i and Irving Jacobson,
tmbor of the Miami Opera
Id .nU-rtained. Music was
lis'ht'd by the Travel Aires and
bshmi-nts were served by the
esses- Mrs. H. Baskin and
M. Fosman.
Ktlison Debate Squad Wins Contest
Sponsored By B'nai It Hi I. Lodge
itadruth To Celebrate
el Independence
. Histadruth L'Tarbuth
i of Greater Miami will cele-
e the second anniversary of
(independence of Israel at its
meeting of the season on
day April 30, at 3 p.m. at
boza Outdoor Forum, 124 Dth
Miami Beach.
Jcheduli d to speak in Hebrew
|he meeting are Rabbi Moshay
Mann whose topic will be "The
|r Man in the Talmud," Itshag
Id. native of Tel Aviv, "My
\ in the Kvuzah" and Uri
fcsburg. Israeli captain, "How
I We Accomplish Our Victory."
Schwartzmcm To Speak
At Gables Services
Louis Schwartzman, director of
the Miami Bureau of Jewish
Education, will be guest speaker
Friday, April 28, at the 8:15 p.m.
services at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. His subject will be
What Shall We Teach Jewish
Children Today?"
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will
present Certificates of Honor to
members of the center religious
school who have completed the
special studies for teachers ar-
ranged by the Miami Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Mrs. Home Is
IWY Unit Leader
Mrs. Sidney Home was recently
named president of the Jewish
War Veterans Auxiliary of the
Norman Bruce Brown Post 174.
Others elected to office were
Mrs. Ted Lingaton. senior vice
president; Mrs. Hy Morris, junior
vice president; Mrs. Nat Brown,
treasurer; Miss Ruth Rosenthal,
secretary; Mrs. Walter Stewart,
chaplain; Mrs. Ben Snetiker, con-
ductress; Mrs. T. Solomon,
patriotic adviser.
Installation is slated for Sun-
day, May 7, at 8 p.m. at Beth El.
erglades Club
Pans Card Party
Hub Everglades of the Work-
s's Circle will sponsor a card
Jty on Sunday, May 7, at 7
at the Workmen's Circle
Ceum. 1545 S.W. 3rd St.. ac
iing- to Mrs. Evelyn Weiner.
kirman of the event.
Proceeds from the affair will
[used for the maintenance of
|hild which the club is support-
Tickets may be procured by
jhng Mrs. Weiner at 9-5052 or
s. Kitty Labor at 3-3256.
meeting of the group will be
Tuesday, May 2, at 8 p.m.
bongfest led by Mrs. Laber will
Bow. \aron Aronoff is program
airman.
(pomplete and Jbependalfe c7i//e oe&in'ce
Hugh Allsworlh, coach of Miami Edison High School, the
winning team in last year's high school detate contest, and
Sherburt S. Weiss, attorney, shown with the trophy which was
awarded to his team again Saturday. The contest is sponsored by
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Associated
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David Starke and Robert Miller,
representing Miami Edison High
School, were winners of the state-
wide high school debate contest
sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith. The team was victorious
over a group of 24 contestants
which gathered in Miami from
South Florida high schools to
debate the question of a liberal-
ized displaced person's bill.
The winning team and coach,
Hugh Allsworth, will receive as
first prize a one week's all ex-
pense trip to Washington, D. C,
where they will be the guests of
the Florida legislators and leading
figures in the nation's capital.
Their school will gain possession
of the 27" citizenship trophy
which was also won last year by
the Edison debate squad.
Schools represented in the
eliminations and semi finals
Thursday and Friday include
West Palm Beach, Hollywood, Mi-
ami Jackson, Miami Senior High,
Miami Beach High, Miami Edison
and Ponce de Leon.
-?"""*"" 1
O.K.
OKELL
For Re-Election
STATE
LEGISLATURE
Group 1
OKELL'S RECORD
* Voted Outstanding First-Term Member 1945 Legislature.
+ Member of Dade House Delegation Voted Most Outstanding
and Effective in 1949 Legislature.
* Sponsored Dade County Port Authoiity Law.
* Sponsored Miami-Dade County Single Voter Registration
Law,
* Sponsored Consolidation of Dade County
Tax Districts.
* Supported Slate Participation in Federal
Program.
j+ Supported School Foundation Program.
+ Supported State Citrus Code.
1+ Supported Statewide Cattle Fencing Law.
OKELL'S PROGRAM
I* Opposed to Further Legalization of Gambling.
I* For Central State Purchasing Agency.
I* For State Tax Commission.
j* For Revision of State Constitution.
I* For Adequate Aid to Aged. Blind and Dependent Children.
Okay Okell For Another Term
" (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Special School
Flood Control
The runner-up team, also of
Miami Edison, Jack Rensberger
and Dale Sappenfield, will receive
silver trophies, and contestant's
keys will be awarded to all de-
baters participating in the pre-
liminary and semi-final rounds.
Chairmen of the contest, Jerome
Weinkle and Sherburt Weiss, have
announced that a full week of
sight-seeing tours and entertain-
ment are planned by the national
offices of B'nai B'rith in Wash-
ington, D. C.
The finals were broadcast on a
one hour radio program on
station WGBS. Sidney Aronovitz,
president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, presented the individual
trophies to the winners.
Judges at the finals were Uni-
versity of Miami Prof. Donald
Sprague, Edward Underwood and
the Rev. Ladislov Biro.
Herald Staffer To Speak
James Lyons, staff writer for
the Miami Herald, and former
music and art critic for the Boston
Globe, will be guest speaker at
the weekly luncheon meeting of
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, on
Friday, April 28, at 12:15 p.m. at
the Miamian Restaurant.
Subject of his address will be
"A Public Relations Program in
the Present Day Service Organ-
ization."
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LEGAL NOTICE
Chaplain's Remains
Shipped To Israel
The remains of Chaplain Louis
Werfel, one of the first Jewish
chaplains to lose his life in the
war, will be shipped to Israel for
re-burial in c nee with the ,
; his family, it was an- c F
nounced by the R al Coun-
cil of A if which he was
a member. An informal sen
was conducted by a delegation
of the Rabbinical Council at I
pier when his remains were
d upon the boat prior to its
departure.
It was disclosed that Dr. Yaakov
Greenberg. member of Knesset,
will be on hand to meet the boat
when it arrives in Israel and
provide proper burial.
Chaplain Werfel met death in kxox dim-rid.utoi-s. t WOX. W
. T .. 13th Street. Miami, Florida. and at
an airplane crash in North Africa
in 1943 on his way to conduct
religious services in an army
camp. He was a graduate of the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
:n- to <-m.
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h Miami, la. ami at
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Ith th.-
Of I'.i !
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HARl M I' P '' lYLE
IZABETH BLANK
. -\ MILLER
Ri -: RL VXK KRAMER
Rli >N PREHL1NQ
MICHAEL BLANK
JERi >ME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
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, 21-SS 3 5-1J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the un to engage in
ri.n-r the flctltloui name of
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
:ii.- I. desiring eng ige n
name ol
Kid I 'I ...III' IH ;i! -. N.W. -I'll
, ndx I- glati i -;,"i name
n-lth th Cli 'li of the Cln '< Court
nf ii.ii. County, Floi
I. 8H.NAYEBSON
i in
HERBERT SHAPIRO
Auplii .ml
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Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary of Yeshiva University,
and occupied an Orthodox pulpit
in Burmingham, Ala., before en-
listing.

12260 S E ISth Court. Miami, Florida,
...-, mid name with the
'Ircuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
SAMUEL BLANK
HAROLD P. COYLE
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
MARION PREHI.IXG
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME BLANK
MYERS, HKIMAX A KAPLAN
) for Ai plicants
I 21-SS 5 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
- IIVEN thai
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
S 'ICE IS H IIVEN thai
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Ith I of the
ALFRED LEWIS
RAE LEWIS
STANLEY RICHARD
Vti nta
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I 21-28 3 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the in,., deali Ing to engage In
inder the fictitious name ol
Co. al 5S North Mi.inn
Avenue, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court
. i' I lade Count} Florida.
MILTON IRVING GREEN
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MYERS, HKIMAX & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
I 25 6 5-12-19 _____
M NASATIR. Proorim Dirrti-
YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR
WIIVZ
(9*0 on Your Dial)
EVERY SUNDAY
'2 00 Noon to 1:45 P. M.
EVERY TUESDAY
6:00 to 7:00 P. M.
A VARIETY OF STARS IN THE
LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE
CLASSICALLITURGICAL
AND FOLK MUSIC
Liste- to cr Seecal Featu'e at
"BUILDERS OF ISRAEL"
N a r ra tor
HAROLD SHAPIRO
NOTICE UNO PR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
derslgned, desirim: i. > .-nuage ,,,
-.- under the flctltloui name of
PHYSICIAN'S PHARMACY, at H31
North Bayshore Drive, .Miami Florida.
Intends to registei said name with
C ik ,-f th.- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDWARD WEISS
I 1-28 S 5-12
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
iderslgned, desiring t<> engage in
in< sa under the fictitii .
I UN-TORS' HALL PHARMACY
Street, Miami, Florida, In-
with the
the Circuit i in : Dade
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CH VRLES M BRl iWN
BARAD
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Atl rneyi
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NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
x 'EN thai
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT coURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL ClRCflT IX AXD
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 131 U
MARIA inlXIIlKXK. l'laintiff. vs.
.loSKI'K I- OONIBENE. Defendant.
Tn JOSEPH F. OONIBENE,
UTS GLEN MORE AVENUE
BRiniKLYN. X. Y.
Vou are hereby required to serve a
f your answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on the I'laln-
tiff's attorney and to file the original
answer In th" Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court in and for Dade
County, Florida, on or before the
II ,l.n ..f May, 150; .ilh.-rvvi.se. the
Bill ..f Complaint for Divorce hereto-
herein will be taken as
--. i by you.
; >.,- l : Miami, Florida, this 18
!..-. of April, \ D
1-:. B LEATHERMAN,
erk ol the "licuil Court
Dade County, Florida.
Seal)
Bj : WM. W. ST- ICKINO,
l >. p tty 'lerk.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
:by given that
- engage In
name of
t Hoti
\| B<
9 ith the Cli if th,
>l
STEVEN HOTEL CoRP.
B: MARK SILVERSTEIN
tary
' 14/7-1 l-21-2<
NOTICE UNDE FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I
business under the fictitious name ol
MIAMI COTTON FIBER COMPANY
at 3010 X. W. North River Drive.
Miami. Florida. Intends to register
s.iid name with the Clerk .,f the
Circuit Court "i" Dad.- Countv, Florida
DAVID POTTASH
ELRY STONE
Attorney for David Pottasfa
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ES rHER KARP,
a- -. Estate
of JOSEPH KARP, Deceased.
DIANA CiK>PERS:
23." I. oln Rd.. Miami
Attorney for A l \
i 21-25 5 '.-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
X-iTI''E IS HEREBY CIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under tin fictitious name of
Gables Surplus Centei al 115 Alhambra
Circle. Coral Gables, Florida, Intend
to regist.-r said name with the Clerk
"f the c\:v,l:t I'-.uit ..f Dude Countv
Ploi Ida.
HAROLD I BIEGEL
. ,. CLARENCE SIEGEL
I 21-28 .- 5-12-19
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridicm so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rales. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTTtiOUS
NVf LAW
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
.i'V-V.;-^-"1''1'1'1" '"'HT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY, No!
UTTER. Plaintiff, vs.
V. BUTTER, .11: D- -
VROLD V BUTTER, .11:
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In the
the Circuit
entil
. E B LEATHERMAN]
Clerk ol .
C
FEIGE,
RMANUEL LEVENSON

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25 5,3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ne to engnge in
.'"-;. :s name of
LAIBSON MENU SERVICE at 33
>'A\ North River Drive, Miami, FJa !
!k 7n" J/V"*t*r MUd n'im "h
the I !-rk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County. Florida.
MARTIN LAIBSON. Owner
U S.W. 27th Lane,
Miami Fla.
i T-14-S1-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..X_. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
.'/nvSli.U^*r^S; OctlUoais name of
I ARK bit PLUMBING CO not Irc
AV..: Miami" l':..',.,;
. re -' I 'as d name with
It Court f Dad.
LEO HOHAUSBR
WII.I.IAM H BARONDESS
Partners
14 7-14-H.
IX -r,NPT'Cf vI9- CREATORS
IN THE i ol XTY JUDGE'S COURT
F^.i-n!; 1',": "AM: COUNT?
H'A. in PROBATE No!
- .ATE OF
THOMAS D. ABBOTT
1 -. ......|
ind All Persons Hav-
mg ^telms or Demands Axainst Bald
. ]'. 1 < h of you. are herebv
I and required to present anv
and demands whfoh ,^r
eithei ,.f you, may hav- against the
estate of THOMAS D AbUdtt lie
late of Miami. Dade Countv"
Plorlda, to the Hon. W. F in n,,n'
County Judge of I>ade Count' "'d
file the same in his office in th-
' 'un'>' Courthouse in Dade Count*
contain the legal address of ,he
-t and to be sworn g al*
,-;'-!..- af..resaid. or same m
m3,-prro-h!l,e^(,S''l'll0n *Z
Date April 4, A.D. JJ50
JACK A ABBOTT
vVf",,: ^;IrTw1
JAl K A. ABBOTT
i V-i7:': v i;xecu">r
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t< eiuraci
btisinesa under the fk'tltlous nain.- ,-r
TOWN VINTNERS, al (M x. w
13th sin-, i, Miami, Florida, and al
12260 X. E. ISth Court, .Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
IIAItol.D F COYLE
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER .
MARK N FREHLINQ
MICHAEL BLANK
I BRl >ME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN .* KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
4/21-2S 5/5-11

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Cooperative for the Blind at City of
Miami. County of Dade, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SYLVIA SALZMAN
4/14-21-28 5/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PARK HAH AND GRILL at 1527 West
Flagler Street, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM .1. in HSI I
Sole Owner
MVEliS, HKIMAX AXD KAI'LAN
Attorneys for William .1. Boish
I 7-14-21-28 .".. 5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage n
BS under the fictitious name --f
SUPERIOR WINDOW CO. at Dade
County, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of l'ade Countv. Florida.
AL BRENNER
HARVEY BRENNER
EDWARD L'DELSI IN
Partners
M MIX PABER
Attorney for applicants
I 7-14-21-2S
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i IF FLORIDA, IN AND I'. i|; DADE
en XTY. LX CHANCERY, No.
131! I
BARBARA CLEMENT, Plaintiff, vs.
EUGENE CLEMENT, Defendant
You. EUGENE CLEMENT, c o Hyde
I'.i:;. Arms Hotel, S183 South Harpi i
Street, Chicago, Illinois
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complain) for Divorce has been filed
Inst you; and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead
Ing U> the Bill of Complain! on the
plaintiffs Attorney, MAX R SILVER,
922 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of t)le clerk of the
Circuit curt on or before the 10th
day of .May. 1950. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AXD ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11 day of April, A.D.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida,
iCircuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MAX R SILVER
:.'.' Sej hold Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
ii14-21-28 5/6
131865. IN ''Ha.Wj-
ELAINE G( >. ,.,,., *!
SEYMOI'I! \i ; hN|1- llsJ
fendant '......'r'Kngl
TO: SEYM..| |( ., ,. ^l
':;i' I'm.i- ,\, .:'.**"'Prii
AND 111 ,. :by I
your Al
' omnlali i
wheh .- ,lll
-,v|ih
original *M nS
the Cli ,,' th*
Plorlda, on .. ,"/' '^le
May. |; .
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(circuit c.....r^ca
By WM. \v. ST0-
KAPLAN, DIFT7 ,
JOSEPH W. Mali*kUS'"
I-'" Lincoln Road
ELEVENTH JCoSgfP
131GS4. "" f HAXCBftl
VIVIAN Pi ii i <-.,. J
Pontiff, -.. .'Vivpd ^IUJ
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Trenton, New Jeraw
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N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUT
u .,.. ^*"E LAW
HEREBY OIVEXlg
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County, i
AI.KREP .tr.LER
MAI'.Tl.N :':.NKK!.STi:iX
Attorn.-N fr Alfred Adler
4/14-21-28 ",
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 22710.
RE: ESTATE i >K
MARY JAFPE, torn
MARY JAFFE UREEN, I>.- eased
N' iTICE is hen bj given that 1 have
flieil mj final report and petll
. .ii as l.'\. A: w of the
'' laffe. I Mai j
flreen, d< i a b< -l and l hat on
h .-.
Hoi W p. Blanton,
ludgi Dade C mi '
irl and
ix
the Esl ite Marj .' ffe, :'
-1 i decessed,
Th i da y
JOAN AXX SILVER,
EXi k ol the Esl of M
' ffe, formi 11. Mary
'i een, dei eased.
ELRY STONE
>r Exec uti i\
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DP FLORIDA IN AXD FOR DADE
'','; -C|V 1N CHANCERY, No.
KATHERINE WVNKR. Plaintiff. VS.
^BERNARD WYNER, Defendant.
I" BERNARD WYNER
'u-e Unknown
BERNARD WYNER
r o Dorothy Rubin
Asheville, North Carolina
You, BERNARD WYNER, are here-
i.y notified that a Bill of Complaint
tor Divorce has been filed aeainst you.
and you are required to serve a copy
Of your Answer or I'leadinir to the
l.i.l of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. Theodore J. SakowitZ. Es.| .
'-- Mybold Building. Miami, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
'"cult ourt on or before the 15th
Judgment by default will be taken
!"''.1J"'t,>;'.lu ,or ,h' "*"' demanded
in the Rill of Complaint
,.,""->K AND ORDERED at Miami.
M.,rlda. this 7 day of April. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida.
'Circuit Court Se.li
By WM w BTOOKINO,
T'-ioiidiiiu: sAKoVvurz'y C'e'"k-
n :-.:,:;':MlnR
PlalnUff
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE IKCtir D)(RT OF THB
ELEVENTH Jl'WriAL CIRCm
OF FL' 'IIIDA, IS AXU TOR KADi
COUNTY. IX CHMWSKY, Ng
13171S.
ALOIS SKIER. Plair.tm, vs.
ROSIXA SE1ER, I'rt-niMt.
YoU. ROSINA SEIER. co J.
Perl. Box 15, R'Hiie 1, RoiL
Californ ire hsrebj n I :v.:|
Bill of Complaint lor Divorce |
been filed against (M, nl )'ol
requir. I lerve a copy of
Answer or I'leadinir to the H
Complaint on the plaintiffs AtU
MAX 11 SILVER, MS S-ylM 1
Ing, Mian Florida, ii'l We
original Answer or FVading si
office of thi Clert ol the pt
Court on or before tht vth atj
Mac r > to iis meiit bv default will be Uken sj
you for t : I
Hill of i Int. ,
Don;: in ORDERE
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N'OTH
the hi
rHE AUTBM
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with the C
Dade Coum -Sv*,
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MARTIN i EIS .
AMorm -n a"
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4/14-21-:
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Notice 'to. CRUrnMj
N TDK COUNTY JI P
kT.o,)^; '':n' -w>
23919.
1 i iii rCTso"1,
To All Credit : ',giMi
Ing Claims or 1
Estate:
You, and > n(u
notified and : lulrjd I0 ,%',i
ei.,s and 'nd1,.vV al*9
ass 25 B^ffwSga
,'ort.
within;
Hon. W. F. ''<" 'j file U"
of Dade County. a'' ntv Cc
his office In th* CWrtTfi
in Dade County. "% date
calendar months from t ^
publication h.reo ",
nds to contain .the m
first .
demands to........
of the claimant and ~ -
and presented a>j'g"^ l-A
to W
and presente.i a. \ um
wild be barred Pe* "w
19S3 Probate Act .J5()
Date March A.D-
HARRT WKJSff
As Eg* '"-" Solomon
Testan i nt of M
l'.. ease A .. i..pi,i
MTERS. HBMAN & Kr
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Morrli Bros.
Pictured are the new officers of the Esther Chapter of the
ncrican Jewish Congress, who were recently installed by Mrs.
;is Glasser. national vice president of the congress. In the first
are (1. to r.) Mrs. Lorkel Rosenthal, chaplain; Mrs. Esther
essei. treasurer; Mrs. Louis Glasser; Mrs. Gussie Packer,
bsident: Mrs. Goldie Edlowitz, recording secretary; Mrs. Annie
(ba:. corresponding secretary. In the second row are (1. to r.)
Mr i-'ics Sarah Glssser, Mary Sutton, Doris Schilderer, Celia
... M, Friedman, vice presidents.

Dick Kallman, youthful singing star who recently completed
engagement at the Saxony Shell--i-mar Room, talks over
trangements for his vocal numbers with Jimmy Lozito, noted
Jmposer-arranger, at the Saxony cabana club. The young vocalist
ens at the Cotillion Room of the Hotel Pierre in New York.
sr i:\im-15 \ i* ii 1:11
Jewish Service Organization Needs Part-time Secretary.
Must have ofiice experience. 5-Day Week.
Write Mr. C, Box 2973, Miami 18
EL OWNERS ...
APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS
We offer you special prices on:
SHEETS TOWELS LINENS
BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES
HROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES
2nd Floor Domestics
fashington Ave.
Miami Beach
3*"**
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
(I'd. I'ol. Adv.)
Gulfstream Park To
Build New Clubhouse
Approval has been given by the
board of directors of Gulfstream
Park to President James Donn to
proceed with a proii m which
will culminate in a handsome new
clubhouse for the track in
Broward County.
This approval by the directors
calls for President Donn to award
a contract for the architect to
proceed with working plans tor
the club h..use. Vice Pn
I. Appleton has been assigned
full control .of the program for
construction of the clubhouse by
Mr. Donn.
XENETTI'S RESTAURANT
ITALIAN AMERICAN FOODS FEATURING PIZZA
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about a Mrs. Etty Kanner. whose
father's name was Hersh Leib,
I and whose mother's name was
I Clara Seal. She is a cousin to
Arnold Marcus, formerly Chil
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SCHOOL BOARD
As Your Representative
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To Be Elected From the
County at Large
Subject to
DEMOCRATIC
PRIMARIES
MAY 2. 1950
A VOTE
for Graham
Is a Vote For:
# Harmony
Efiiciency
# Integrity
On Your School Board
/rn/r. will not accept public school
rl+lrVC* BUSINESS, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY
ni A Tr/tDAIt Establish and maintain harmony from
rLtttrVntn* School Board to teacher; betterment of
teachers' working conditions (rest, vacation and pay); meri-
torious promotion of school personnel; strict adherence to
approved School Board policies: FULL DOLLAR value for
School Board funds expended; oppose nest-feathering; ade-
quate, efficient and consistent long-range plan for schools;
sound business principles for school business; hospitality and
courtesy to those who seek audience with the Board.
EMPLOYER OF UNION LABOR, 100 PERCENT,
SINCE STARTING MY OWN BUSINESS IN 1946
Five years U. S. Navy. World War II. President Graham-
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Naval Reseive Unit, Miami. Member of Elks. Lions Club,
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Sons of American Revolution.
Masonic Fraternity. Scottish Rite, Acacia Ciub, Levelers. and
Mahi Shrine. A director of Haven School. IP* ''' A,u>
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WORKERS and
HOME OWNERS
Here are some hard facts that will save you
money:
You are paying in taxes S3 out of every SI
you earn!
You are helping pay the rent of every tenant in the 1,318 Government-
controlled apartments Miami already has, because Government apartments
or houses pay NO taxes!
If you permit STILL ANOTHER $10,000,000.00 Government Housing
project to be built, partly with YOUR tax money, here's what happens:
Your earnings you keep will be cut down still more.
You will pay taxes on another $10,000,000 worth of property that
will be tax free.
THAT'S SAME AS YOUR PAYING PART OF THE TAXES ON 1.428
HOMES COSTING $7,000 EACH.
So, you will pay part of the rent of all those apartments, for the benefit
of families chosen by Government control to live in them.
You will pay for part of the paving, fire protection, police protection,
garbage collection, schools, etc. for hundreds more Government
housed familiesEVEN IF SOME OF THOSE FAMILIES EARN
MORE THAN YOU DO.
That's SOCIALISMtaxing you and all home owners to benefit a chosen
fewwith the Government in control.
Bui homes built by our free private enterprise pay their own taxes. Home
owners don't ask you to help pay their way.
Greater Miami's free private enterprise Building Industry pays our
laboring men $15,000,000.00 a year! Should ANY part of that free
industry be killed by Government competition?
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Wometco Chain
Ularks 25th
Anniversary
The Wcmetco motion picture
chain, composed of 24 theatres in
the Greater Miami area is mark-
ing its twenty-fifth anniversary
with a series of special activities
during the period from April 20
to May 2.
The silver anniversary celebra-
tion got underway last week with
a banquet in the second floor
restaurant of the Wometc >'s
Miami theater, at which Mitchell
Wolfson and Sidney Meyer were
hosts to executives, department
heads and members
All WometCO theaters will par-
ti ipate, with such activities as
"25-cent" admission days; free ad-
isibn Oil designated days t.'
patrons sharing various common
rii nominators of "25": television
shows: a special Wometco day at
Gulfstream race track.
in addition to Wolfson and i
Meyerwhose names comprise
the trade name ol Wometcothe
committee for the silver anni-
vi : >ary celebration includes
Sonny Shepherd, chairman: Har-
vey Fleischman, Ha! Kopplin.l
Frank Rubel. Mark Chartranc" I
: Elmei Hecht. Also assisting'
will be Burt Toppan. Ed May.
Arthur Price, and all district and i
iter managers.
The Wolfson-Meyer association
began over 23 years ago. Their
first "theater" was opened in
I Scottish Rite Temple, but
within three years their holding
had been expanded to a chain oi
seven theaters.
Today, the 30-odd Wometco
theaters here, in Tampa. Palm
B<... h and Nassau can accommo-
more than 60.000 patrons.
Gables Sisterhood To
Hold Lunch. Card Party
The Sisterhood of the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables will hold a luncheon and
card party on Wednesday. May 3.
at the home of Mrs. Phillip
Catsman. .
Chairman of the event is Mrs
Lillian Freshman, who is being
assisted by the Mesdames Esther
Rogers. Leonore Fiedman. Mollic
Stoller. Ruth Bo'rok and Rut..
Barson
Sunday School Party
Temple Isaiah Sunday School
will hold a party for students and
their friends on Sunday. April
130. at 10 a.m. at the Miami Beach
Y : M: M -
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HENRY E. WOLFF CO
Mrs. r.veiyn We;ner. district
secretary of the Er.giish speaking
group of the Workmen's Circle,
has been appointed delegate to
the English speaking division
conference in New York on May
26 and 27. Sne will be accom-
panied by her sister, Mrs. Kitty
Laber. and both will attend the
golden jubilee convention to be
held immediately following the
conference.
Lodge To Meet
The Louis D. Brandeis Lodge
199 of the Free Sons of Israel
will meet Thursday. April 27. at
8:30 p.m. at the Anglers Club.
533 West Ave.. Miami Beach.
Balkin To Speak At
Lakeland Synagogue
Gilbert J. Balkin. director,
Florida Regional Office, Anti-
Deiamation League of B'nai
B'rith will speak at the Sabbath
evening services of Temple
Emanual, Lakeland, on Friday.
April 28. Subject of his address
will be "Positive Judaism and
Democracy "
While n ihf Florida west coast,
Balkin is also meeting with of-
ficials oi the University of Tampa
and Florida Southern College.
Lakeland, to plan summer work-
shops in rntei group education.
Auxiliary Will Hold
Luncheon Wednesday
The Ladies Auxiliary of Kneseth
Israel C ng! Ration, will hold a
luncheon on Wednesday, May 3.
at 12 noon at Harfenist Dairy
Restaurant. Mrs. Esther Eisen-
;:<.:n. president, announces. The
meal will be followed by cards.
Reservations may be made at
thi synagogue office or bv calling
5-: 682.
Clara Hirsh Landau
Chapter Will Meet
Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Young Women will
hold a meeting on Monday. May
1. at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs
Stanley Falke, 2907 Sheridan
Ave., Miami Beach.
The nominating committee will
present its slate of officers and
nominations from the floor will
be accepted. Election is scheduled
for May 8.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
^Jenislh nioirSdlHam
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
, jiratt (Reform). 137
, St. Dr. Jacob H. KapUn.
noritos. .
... \ Ices nt 8:15.
tUlcl Hi'- si
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t-lll ... h i n
for Love."
.- ill participate.
immunity Center
2020 Polk St..
ish
crvaiive).
ood Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
M.rvlcea al 8:30. Late
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,i 8:15. Rabbi Honig
I'he Influence of Re-
in American J< wli ii
, morning aervlcea al
, nch "ii the Weekly
:..,. Relurtoua school
a.m.
Lple Emanu-El (Reform),
\. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
' Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
,. n u ill conduct the
k on "The Bible In
The public la invited.
the temple Saturday
lous school Sunday
Jiple 13etn Snoiom \ Liberal),
I Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Leon Kronifh; Cantor
el Kelemer.
evening services at 8: Id.
Krnni'h "lll speak on "Will
tudv Make Me a Better Jew?"
rshabhat hmiorliiR 2"'th annl-
L' of ii Hadaaaan will follow,
h- Raphael, president of Miami
following' the si : vi> ei Pi-ei -
ho I 10 to noon-.
Coral Gable* Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Canlor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Sabbath vcnli s:l3.
Ouesl speal ei. l.mii- Kc-hw;
fllri ctor of .Min.' Buri
h l Ion, honoi ing '.ir... i-i, i.
tlon Sabbath'1 In ci lebra I Ion nf the
25th anniversary ci the ,l< |
Kducatlon Asso. of Ami rlen
Shabbat follows. Sabbath service P:1.1
a.m, Saturday. Weekly Portion "f the
Torah by Rabbi Skop; klddush i"
follow. *
Congregation toung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Service Friday night at 6; Saturday
night at fi Mlncha services followed
by Shaloa Beudoa, Services Monday
to Thursday s a.m. and (!:30 p.m. Ail
Young Israel members In the area are
invited to attend.
TFerelh Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 8:16 p.m..
Saturday 9:30 a.m. with Mlncha at
6. Rev. R. Brill will conduct the
services. All residents in that area
are invited to attend.
Congregation Beth CI (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services at 8:30.
Bar Mitzvah of Marvin, son of Mr.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
' venlng -. \ p at S :30, The
rabbi Warn
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Tribute to Jr. Hadi Mrs.
A i ried Stone and

I'aul, Ml nd Mi Is
Shaplio .,-... i: \i
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chapel.
North Shore Jewish Centet
(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Friday evenln services ;ii 8:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services at : a.m.
Sunday school at nr a.m. a special
film on Israel will in- shown
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. (Conservative).
Friday evening services at 8:30.
Dr. Abraham Laaeetl will officiate.
An Oneg 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 !t 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.

,, I riassah will bring greet- and Mrs Jack Germing. Mlncha at
Ir [Alexander Kogan. president I'm. followed by Khalos Shudos.
Saclt lladaasah will be guest Dally services 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Iteli-
"' glous school dally at 3:30. Sunday
ni Hebrew Schooi and Con-
(Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
[Ave. Rabbi Simon April,
Br Berele Kelemer.
ing services at 6:30.
nrnlng at 9", Dicky, son of
i,l Mrs. Berry Cleln, will
Bar Mitzvah. Mlshna class
followed bv Mlncha and Shalos
Dailj -..vice 7:30 a.m. and
in Sundnj school at 10 a.m.
i !... | from :::::" to 6:30.
grega'lon Beth David (Con-
Itive), Coral Way and 26th
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
ce Mamches.
I 11 morning at 9.
iM.'zv. f Fred, Bon of Mr.
\|: Leo Past. Student
II lmld its services
Bally services at 8 p.m.
i Maarlv at 8 p.m.
gregation Kneseth Israel
mall. 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
[rfci Friday 8:30; Maarlv 6:15
S iv morning services 8:30.
I... r will Bpcak. At 5:30 Rabbi
lecture on "The Ethics of the
Mincha at i! followed by
leduos. Zmiras and remarks
.- Maarlv follows, Daily He-
phool Monday through Thursday
Dally class in Mlshna after
ic services. Class in Jewish cua-
ihI laws bejore Mlncha and
i-rvlcet I tally services at 8
id '' 30 p.m.
I W. Religious Congregation.
|N. W. 2nd St.
ces Saturday morning at 9:00
school at 10.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.
Miami Beach.
Dally Bible class a:l.> 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.
Sahbath services Friday at S:30 p.m. I
Sunday school classes every Sunday it
the office of Dr, Win. Soros, US N.W.
62nd St. Hebrew classes under di-
rection of Rev. Philip Fried at 6701
N.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and
Thursday from 1 to 6 p.m.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
Friday evening services at S:!".
Saturday morning services at 10.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 6:30.
Saturday morning at 8:80, The rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the
Week. At 6:16 p.ni. Rabbi Itackovsky
will speak on "Ethics of the Father,"
loll..wed l>v Mlncha at 6:45, Shalos
Beudoa and Maarlv. Daily services 7::io
a.m. followed by class in Mishna.
Mincha services at 6:30 followed on
Sundays, Tuesday and Thursdays by
class in Ijiiws and Customs, and on
Mondays and Wednesdays by class in
Jewish Legends of the Talmud.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening services at 6:30
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rload, Miami Beach. Rabbi beeomo Bar Mitzvah. Intermediate
fray P. Mann.
iiik services at 8:15,
|rt.-il by ftnbbl Moshay P. Mann
Paul Beck as cantor. Sermon
! "Religion and Mental
1 'ongregational meeting
Cnng. at 9 a.m. Mlncha at 6:3" fol-
lowed bv Shalos Sudos. Rabbi I.
Schulman will preach on the Portion
of the "Week. Religious school Monday
through Thursday at B:t0; Sunday
school 9 a.m. _______,
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Folk Chorus Sings
Hach Cantata
The Jewish Folk Chorus, under
the able direction of Ben Yomen,
accompanied by Margaret Ben
Yomen, presented a very am-
bitious program Sunday night at
th( Miami Beach High School.
A cantata by Johann Sebatian
Bach, arranged by Mr. Yomen.
and set to the text of L. Miller's
"Life Will Conquer." was the out-
standing work of the group, with
delightful interludes from Tenor
Nathaniel Sprinzen and Soprano
Evelyn Samuels. Both Mrs.
Samuels and Mr. Sprinzen gave
the professional touch to the pro-
gram by adding their talents in
Yiddish and Hebrew songs. The
enthusiastic audience recalled Mr.
Sprinzen several times, until he
had to excuse himself because of
the lengthy program.
An unusual mixture of narra-
tion and song, was the final
number on the program. It was in
the form of a song album made
up from the well known Gold-
faden repertory, narrated
dramatically by Moishe Carroll,
with solo numbers by Mrs.
Samuels and Mr. Sprinzen, as-
sisted by the group. Credit for the
music arrangement goes to Mr.
Rauch, N. Buchwald wrote the
excellent narrative.L.S.
Open House Slated
The Lear School, 1010 West
Ave., Miami Beach, will hold open
house for parents and friends on
Friday. April 28. from 2 to 6 p.m.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a swimming festival entitled
"Neptune's Court." in which
juniors, intermediates and seniors
will participate.
Also scheduled is an exhibition
of paintings by Renya Younger-
man, a graduate of the Yale
School of Fine Arts and several
times winner of the Tiffany
Foundation fellowship.
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Pictured at the annual luncheon of the Cantors Association
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Cantor H. Brodwin from New York City; Cantor Samuel Kelemer
of Temple Beth Sholom. president of the Cantors Association;
Cantor M. Yardaini of New York City, guest speaker; Cantor J.
Breitman of New York City, guest speaker; Cantor Jacob Y.
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J. Rackovsky. cantor of Beth Tfilah Congregation, who "-
at the luncheon, and Cantor Cooper of the Beth El Con
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