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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
bNUMBER 18
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
iai Services 2,947 Patients In Smathers Defeats
hs Of Operation, Orovitz Reveals! Pepper In Primary
jal meeting of the
of Mount Sinai hos-
^ld at 3 p.m. Friday in
Elected to serve on
trustees were Moses
| Abraham Goodman,
Kane, J. Gerald
!ley C. Myers, Dan
thur Ungar, Leonard
Id Jacob Ziskind.
"who will continue to
liexpired terms on the
[Leonard Abess, Jack
5am Blank. Mrs. Max
F r i e d 1 a n d, Leo
JDr. Morris Goodman,
berman, Baron de
|er, Max Orovitz, Her-
er, Monte Selig, Jacob
lam D. Singer, Harry
leph Stein, Mitchell
|d Carl Weinkle.
ient of the board of
Irovitz reviewed the
lount Sinai hospital
sning.
>inai was opened on
I 5, 1949, and five
fere admitted the first
lid. Alton Road hospi-
Fly operated by the
li group, was closed the
tid the patients there
lerred to the new hos-
end of the first week
, he said, there were
|in the hospital.
he continued, "we
bed 2,947 patients in
|1. At one time we'
reached a peak of 214 patients in RpfArfl VaIa Click
the hospital daily. Now we are! v*VI II TUIC V/Oil
running in the neighborhood of
180." In a pulse-raising election, re-
mJShJlSP^n nW regular,1.>': Plete with many surprising de-
employing 372 personsa ratio
of over two employees to each
patient, Orovitz said. "In les9
than five months of operation, we
have performed 16,349 laboratory
tests, taken 4,971 X-rays and
given 593 transfusions. Some 428
major operations and 765 minor
velopments, Congressman George
Smathers defeated incumbent
Claude Pepper to become the
democratic nominee for the
United States Senate.
Although carrying the state by
opeYations have been^erYorme'd? I a more than 68.388 lead Smathers er M.n.ster of State. He said that
he said. I lost Dade County to the New Deal | Britain's recognition of the an-
The maternity floor of the hos- j standard-bearer by 947 votes, i nexation of the Arab part of
p.tal opene* late Orovitz re- M than offsetting this surpris. Palestine by Transjordan does not
hive been born there The Negro I ^ defeat in his home territory, "PP* t0 the Part f Jerusalem
S3f3FJ?Sl3l Re, the middle-of-the-road advocate M by the Arab Legion, in view
end of January, has treated 37 almost upset the 14-year senator of
Britain Accords De Jure Recognition
To Israeli Recognizes Annexation
Of Arab -Palestine By Transjordan
LONDON, (JTA) Britain this j ter said. "His Majesty's Govern-
week officially accorded de jure|ment wishes to reaffirm its con-
recognition to Israel. At the same | viction that the problem of
time, it recognized the annexation Palestine is capable of solution by
by Transjordan of the Arab part | peaceful means, given goodwill
of Palestine.
A formal announcement to this
effect was made in the House
of Commons by Kenneth Young-
the fact that the status of
patients. Over 1,650 emergency
patients have received care at the
hospital, he added.
"Our kitchens have served
57,347 meals to patients since
they were opened, and employees
have been served 47,873 meals,"
he said.
Orovitz concluded his report
with some laudatory comments
in Pepper's own bailiwick of i Jerusalem has not as yet been
Hillsborough County where both settled by tne United Nations,
sides had believed a landslide1
vote for the incumbent would be
counted. Final returns in that
area were 28,977 for Pepper which
was an edge of only 3,553 over
Smathers.
Also victorious in Tuesday's
finale to a campaign that for gen-
about Samuel Gertner, executive eral public excitement surpassed
director of the hospital. "Ever | the presidential election of_ 1948,
since Mr. Gertner agreed to ac-
cept the top administrative posi-
tion at the hospital, he has mani-
fested a thorough knowledge of
hospital operation. Much of the
wonderful work accomplished at
Mount Sinai was either the result
(Continued on Page 4)
were Robert Floyd and George
Okell, State Legislature, with a
run-off between Stockdale and
Dante Fascell to take place May
With regard to Britain's recogn-
ition of Israel, the Minister of
State said that the British gov-
ernment was unable to recognize
the sovereignty of the Jewish
state over that part of Jerusalem
administered by Israel pending a
final determination of the status
of the city. Similar reservations,
he declared, were made on Israel'1:
boundaries with the Arab states.
The British Minister told Parlia-
ment that Britain will not estab-
and understanding on the part of
all authorities concerned. It is the
earnest hope of His Majesty'*
Government that the steps it has
now taken will help create stab-
ility in the areas concerned, and
will, therefore, make a contribu-
tion to peace in the Middle East
as a whole."
Winston Churchill, welcoming
the announcement by the British
Minister, told the members ol
Commons that President Chaim
Weizmann of Israel and King
Abdullah of Transjordan have al-
ways been staunch friends of
Great Britain. He urged the
British government to bring these
two "eminent men" into closer
harmonious contact. He asked
whether the British government i.s
embarking on such a course.
Replying to the question, Mr.
Younger said that he was glad
to associate himself with Mr.
Churchill's remark about Dr.
Weizmann and King Abdullah. He
revealed that the British govern-
ment will attempt to bring the
seat from the 4th District., Fof
Purchasing Agent Joyce topped
his opponent Calvert by more
than 1,500 votes. Winners in the
School Board race were Collins,
District 1; Graham, District 2;
as lodge president. Kabbi Irving and Henderson, District 3. The
Lehrman will deliver the invoca- school bond issue was also p-
tion and civic leaders are expect- | proved M a climax to the voting
ed to attend the event. in Dade County.________________
23rd Bill Lantaff won an easy I lish military bases in peace time I head of the Jewish state and he
victory over Cannon and Mrs. in the parts of Arab Palestine i ruler of Transjordan into contact.
Warriner for the Congressional annexed by Transjordan, although I He expressed the hope that the
To Address Beach Lodge
lation Banquet Sunday Night
Jil!, editor of the
onstitution, will be
peaker at the annual
of oficers of Miami
Ige, B'nai B'rith, at
lemonies Sunday, May
the agreement existing between j action announced today will help
Britain and Transjordan provides solve the Outstanding problems
Israel and the Arab
JNF Council To Mark Lag B'Omer,
Mother's Day With Tree Selling Drive
between
states.
Britain's decisions
\alph McGill
p.m. at the Saxony
Riding journalist, orator
traveler will arrive in
p.m. Sunday. He will
be airport by Chairman
pmick, and Jack Gold,
Channing, Herbert
id Saul Genet, mem-
committee.
Jill tell of his experi-
pael where he visited
Persons camps, inter-
new settlers, and
[js impressions of the
residents. A series
dealing with the new
pel, written by McGill,
appearing in a local
Jral journalist was
^e honorary degree of
iws by the University
June, 1949, at which
was principal speak-
luniversity commence-
lises.
K. Newman, Miami
rney, will be installed
In commemoration of Lag
B'Omer and Mother's Day, the
Jewish National Fund Council
will conduct an intensive drive to
sell trees for Israel, according to
Daniel M. Broad, acting chairman.
The campaign is scheduled to get
underway this weekend and con-
tinue through May 14.
Jewish National Fund speakers
will address the public on every
Jewish hour on local radio sta-
tions on Sunday, May 7. Slated
to speak are Rabbi Isaac H. Ever.
WTTT, 10 to 10:30 a.m.; Samuel
Prosterman, WINZ. 12 to 12:30
p.m.; Saul Ashkenazy, WMBM,
5 to 5:45 p.m.; Mrs. Ida Karger,
WFEC, 2:30 to 3 p.m.
At a recent meeting of the
council held at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Broad reported
that over $4,300 was collected
during Tag Day.
At the meeting it was also de-
cided to hold Flower Day the last
week of May or the first week in
June.
Florida Philharmonic
Being Established
A Florida State Philharmonic
Orchestra, planned and incor-
porated in 1943 and held tem-
porarily in abeyance because of
personnel difficulties during the
war-years, is being re-established
at its Miami headquarters this
spring.
Final plans for a symphony
orchestra composed of 100 top-
notch professional musicians, re-
cruited from music centers all
over the country, are being made
by New York Conductor Georges
Zaslawsky.
for the establishment of such
bases in any part of Transjordan.
Emphasizing that the British
government considers for the j municated today to
time being the armistice line as
the boundary between Israel and
the Arab states, Minister Younger
said that while not recognizing
the sovereignty of Israel over the
Jewish part of Jerusalem, it
recognizes the de facto authority
of the Israel government in Jeru-
salem.
"In announcing these two acts
of recognition," the British Minis- |
were corn-
Israel and
Transjordan by her diplomatic
representatives in Tel Aviv and
Amman. The six other Arab gov-
ernments who are members of
the Arab League were similarly
informed this week by Britain of
its decision to extend de jure
recognition to Israel and recogn-
ize the annexation by Trans-
jordan of the Arab part of Pales-
tine.
Miami To Mark Israeli Independence,
Admission To UN At Mass Meeting
Greater Miami will celebrate
the second anniversary of Israeli
Independence and the first anni-
versary of her admission to the
United" Nations on Sunday, May
14, at 8 p.m. at a mammoth rally
at Flamingo Park (in case of rain,
Miami Beach Jewish Center, 17th
and Washington Ave.).
The Honorable Bartley
Crum, who recently returned
from Israel as personal emissary
of President Truman, erstwhile
member Anglo-American Com-
mission on Palestine and author
of "Behind the Silken Curtain,"
will deliver the principal address.
Others on the program will in-
clude Dr. H. Franklin Williams,
vice president of the University
of Miami; Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey,
international secretary, World
Federated Women's Organization;
the Rev. George H. Ricks, minis-
ter, Miami Shores Presbyterian
C. i Church; I. R. Goodman, chairman,
Zionist Council of South Florida,
and Rabbi Max Shapiro.
The meeting will be held undei
the auspices of the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American Chris-
tian Palestine Committee and the
Zionist Council of South Florida.
Gables Congregation To Begin Construction Off House Of Worship
The First Jewish Congregation
of Coral Gables will soon begin
construction of a house of worship
at Zamora Ave. and Galiano St.
according to Abraham Malotf,
newly elected president of the
group. Charles P. Nieder us archi-
tect.
The main building will be 31
by 95 feet and the kitchen wing,
17 by 35 feet. The outside walls
will be constructed of masonry
and faced with quarried Key-
Stone from our own Keys. In
keeping with the modern trend.
the windows will be large and
constructed with aluminum case-
ments. Acoustical ceilings will be
featured throughout he building.
The fully-equipped kitchen will
be modern in every respect.
Outstanding feature of the
building will be its flexibility and
its adaptation to what ever its
need. Folding doors are to be
constructed enabling members to
use this building as a chapel,
several classrooms, or as an audi-
torium for the various events.


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EDITORIAL
Kevin And Israel
The news that Bevin finally decided to extend
full diplomatic recognition to Israel wae no sur-
prise. It was apparent to those who had been
watching the scene that, once King Abdullah
went through with his intention of annexing Arab
Palestine, the British Foreign Office would face
a diplomatic dilemma from which it could not
extricate itself except by giving full diplomatic
recognition to Israel.
If 10 Downing Street had failed to give im-
mediate sanction to Abdullah's annexation move,
Britain would automatically debar herself from
claiming that area as being covered by the
Anglo-Jordan defense treaty in the event the
Arab League decided to wrest all or part of the
territory annexed by Abdullah. If Bevin gave full
de jure recognition to Jordan over that area while
still refusing to give similar recognition to Israel,
he would have been in a precarious position. And
so, like the embarrassed gentleman who must
kiss a less attractive lady as part of the package
in kissing a more lucrative one, Bevin made the
bold step of kissing Israel too while his passion
was really directed toward Abdullah.
Of course, the British Foreign Office innocently
claimed its decision was motivated by higher
purposesthe establishment of peace and stabili-
ty in the Middle East. That would be grand if, in
the very announcement of recognition, an attempt
were not made to circumvent the issue of British
sale of arms to the Arab countries. Such a policy
is hardly consistent with the professed claim to
peace and stabilization.
Out cf alleged deference to the U.N. decision
on Jerusalem, Britain excluded from de jure
recognition the areas of Jerusalem under re-
spective Israel and Jordan control. But the status
of Arab Palestine was also created by U.N. action.
If Bevin is so reluctant to defy a U.N. decision on
&/* ma 7* y^
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Jerusalem why such readiness to ignore an inter-
national decision on Arab Palestine? If it was
realism that dictated Britain's action, then why
not use the same realistic yardstick with respect
to Jerusalem? Franker diplomats than Bevin
would perhaps openly admit that the realism
which motivated Britain's action was a desire to
Germany
Veit Harlan, the director cf the ami <: ,
film "Jew Suess," is now a hero ir hfeH
within a year he has been freed bv r
court on charges of complicity in a crim
humanity. On both trials thi GernSL
cepted his plea that he produced Raj*
mm under Nazi pressure.
We are ready to concede that Germon
haven t yet gotten around to an under*. .
of the concept "crixne against humanity" 2?
therefore, it is difficult to secure convict
those ground. What we are no, ^SSS
cede to that German jurists have forgotifl
distinction between pressure" and "dun> J
law. To exonerate a person of a crime onji
cause of his claim that refusal to perpetralu
crime might have exposed him to punishmll
a fantastic concept of justice. Had Harlan Z
that he was a victim of duress, the verdkT
acguittal might have been justified. But Tu
there was testimony that Harlan gave the 3
"anti-Semitic" juice of his own and thai
worked with a zest and enthusiasm that
from within rather than from without
The Harlan case, the case of the Bonn den,
justifying Hitler's policy of exterminating C.
the multiplying instances of desecrations of bj|
cemeteries and synagogues and the mounj
wave of anti-Semitic manifestations all poin|J
the fact that it may take decades, if not centuritj
before Germany rids itself of the stench d|
Hitlerism.
spread British wings over added territory und|
its treaty with Abdullah.
To the extent that recognition by a great power!
is an achievement, Tel Aviv will appropriately!
react to London's move. But it will also keep close I
scrutiny over the reluctant kiss from Bevin.
Mt. Sinai Services 2,947 Patients In
5 Months Ot Operation, Orovitz Reveals
(Continued from Page 1)
of, or expedited by. his organ-
izational ability."
. Getrtner reported that patients
have been treated at Mount Sinai
ffrom every state in the U. S..
Canada. Cuba and South America
He estimated that half of the
hospital patients are local resi-
dents, and half are tourists. He
said Mount Sinai is the largest
voluntary non-profit hospital in
the state of Florida, containing
258 beds and 50 bassinets.
He said at present there are
140 physicians on the active staff
of the hospital. 181 on the
courtesy staff and 11 on the con-
sulting staff.
The hospital already has re-
ceived provisional approval from
the American CoUege of Surgeons
and is now awaiting permanent
approval," he said.
He added that he considered it
a great honor to Mount Sinai that
in its short period of operation
several outstanding lecturers have
deemed the hospital of sufficient
influence in the medical life of
the community to address its staff.
Among them were Dr. Yale N.
Levinson, associate professor of
medicine. University of Illinois
College of Medicine, and attend-
ing in internal medicine. Michael
Reese and Grant hospitals. Chi-
cago. 111., who lectured on "Peptic
Ulcer."' and Dr. Joseph F. Mar-
Carthy, former professor of
urology and cheif of department.
New York Post Graduate Medical
School. Columbia University, who
spoke on "Some Aspects of Gen-
eral Medicine in its Contacts with
Urology."
In order to keep a constant
check on the patient's reactions
to the services of the hospital,
each patient is given a question-
naire to answer before he leaves
asking about the efficiency of
every department and hospital
procedure with which h*> might
come in contact during his stav.
Gertner said. The results are
charted weekly, and thus the
hospital can determine at a
moments notice what areas of
operation need wnprovement He
said that in the past two months
there have been very few com-
plaints about any of the hospital's
services.
"Patients who arp abie to
moved are often wheeled otit on
the lawn to enjoy and receive the
benefits of the sun," Gertner said
"Of course, no patient is allowed
outside the building unless ac-
companied by an attendant." he
addd.
Additional recreational facilities
for employees are a constant con-
cern of the administration.
Gertner said. At present, he
added. Johns Island, a two-acre
island connected with the main-
land by a foot bridge, is being
prepared for use by employees.
The swimming pool is being re-
paired and several cabanas are
being renovated so that employees .
may enjoy their leisure hours
there.
The women's auxiliary also has
played an important role in the
operation of the hospital. That
group has taken over the manage-
ment of the snack bar. gift shop
and library, and works actively
in many other capacities, such as
nurses' and hospital aides, social
worker's assistants, information
desk staffers and nursing clerks.
Long range plans for the hos-
! pital include the construction of a
, new building on Collins Island, a !
! ten-acre island which is part of!
j the hospital property. The new i
i building, according to Orovitz
! will contain 300 beds and will j
j become the acute general hospi-
I tal, while the present building
j will be used for chronic and con- '
I valescent cases.
Preliminary architect's sketches |
{are now being drawn, and thev!
| will be ready for review by the
I medical advisory board early ir
the fall. Orovitz said he hoped
I construction would be started by'
the beginning of 1951.
I "Also in the future is the hope
j that Mount Sinai will soon dp
' able to start a nursing school, and
; become in every sense of the
word; a teaching institution."'
I Orovitz said, "for where there is
! good teaching, there is good.
patient care." he added.
The present building and'
: grounds were turned over to the I
; Mount Sinai group by the city of!
Miami Beach in February, 1949.
i The city, in turn, purchased the
hospital from the War Assets Ad-
[ ministration. Renovation of the
j building to prepare it for ade-
' quate hospital use began immedi-
ately under the direction of Dan
iRuskin, building chairman, and
continued for ten months until
the hospital ^as opened.
Young Adults To
Hold "Kumsitz"
The Young Adult groups of Jr.
Hadassah. Masada. IZFA and
Ycung Judaea Leaders Council
will hold an all-day gathering
("Kumsitz") on Sunday, May 7,
it was announced by Cantor
Samuel Ktlemer, chairman of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission.
The program will include out-
standing speakers. Israeli singing
and dancing, sports and a talent
show.
Working on the arrangements
for the affair are Elaine Sachs,
Florence Abramson and Rita Ross,
singing and dancing; Allan
Heller, games; Abe Schafer.
transportation. Beverly Raphael.
Janice Goldiner, Gil Rappaport.
Miriam Scheinberg. Joyce Arono-
vitz. Bunny Jacobs and Dave
Goodwin.
Those planning to attend will
assemble at the Miami Jewish
Community Center and Miami
Beach Y at 10 a.m.
Sunday School Tests Set For May 14
West Miami Unit To Meet
The West Miami Jewish Center
will meet at the Biltmore Gar-
dens 1000 S.W. 67th Ave., on
Wednesday, May 10, at 8 p.m.
Election of officers and board
members will take place.
DOV Chapter To
Induet Leaders
DOV Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will hold installation
ceremonies on Wednesday. Mav
10. at 8 p.m. at Beth El.
Officers to be seated include
Mrs. Hyman Pertes, president;
Mrs. Jay B. Katz. first vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Martha Sacks, second
vice president; Mrs. Clara Pepper
third vice president; Mrs. Abra-
ham Rosenberg, treasurer; Mrs.
Max S. N'ewberger, financial
secretary: Mrs. Sarah R. Sparr
recording secretary; Mrs. Lillian
Muenster, corresponding secre-
tary.
Rabbi Murray Grauer will be
guest speaker and Luba Rov will
entertain with vocal and accor-
dion selections.
Beth El Women
Slate Luneheon
For Mother's Day
Second annual Mother's Dav
luncheon of the Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth El is slated for
Monday. May 14, at 1 p.m. in the
Dora August Memorial Hall, Mrs
Jack Shapiro, president, an-
nounces.
Children of the Talmud Torah
wju present a program under the'
Mrf1rof^ernard Kimmel and
Mrs. Ruth Lliss. The oldest and
youngest mothers present will be
honored by Mrs. Shapiro, who is
general chairman of the affair
Mrs. Samuel Geltner is assisting
tne chairman with arrangements
Inter-city testing in all of the
t Jewish Sunday Schools of Greater
Miami will take place on Sunday,
May 15, according to Louis
Schwartzman, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. Students from the fifth
grade up will be given a national
tion to e-tablish a norm of I
achievement in the three subject!
for comparison among local j
schools and Sunday schools l
other communities. The test *$
also serve to evaluate the achieve-
ment in the various grades and I
will be of a.-sisuace in Classifica-
tion of students for the next vear,
Jewish Information Test prepared
by the Jewish Education Com-) Schwartzman said.
mittee of New York City and i The Sunday schools ol Greater 1
consisting of questions on three Miami will close on June 4 with
subjects: history, present day outings and closing exercises,)
Jewish life, and holidays and following Shavucs Confirmation!
customs
The papers will be tabulated
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
AVC Will Mark
V.E. Anniversary
The American Veterans Com-
mittee will commemorate the fifth
anniversary of V.E. Day at a giant
memorial meeting at Flamingo
Park on Sunday. May 7, at 8 p.m.
The full production of Irwin
Shaw's play, "Bury the Dead"
will be presented by the Com-
munity Players, with many
prominent local citizens in the
cast.
The American Veterans Com-
mittee plans to appoint a
delegate to attend the Mid-Cen-
tury Conference for Peace, called
by the Committee for Peaceful
Alternatives.
Dr. Irwin Beiler, visiting pro-
fessor of theology at the Uni-
versity of Miami, and one of the
sponsors of the Committee for
Peaceful Alternatives, will be
among the speakers at the
meeting.
Helen Alpert Appointed
To New Hotel Post
A new post in the hotel field
was created with the announce-
ment from Charles C. Goldberg,
managing director of the Delano
Hotel, of the appointment of
Helen Alpert, publicist, as execu-
tive assistant.
The position establishes public
relations as the base for all guest
operations, and is viewed by
Goldberg as a new career opening
for women in hoteldom. It com-
bines staff executive responsi-
bility with extended public
relations.
Miss Albert is a former news-
paperwoman with the Baltimore
Sun and Hearst (Albany, N Y.)
Times-Union, and one time staff
correspondent for INS. In Albany
she was chairman of the Hearst
unit of the American Newspaper
Guild. She is editor of Florida
Hotel News, published by the
Miami Beach Hotel Association,
and columnist for Panorama.
at the various synagogues.
Beth David School To
Hold Mother's Day Fete I
The latest spring fashions wijl
be modeled bv the children di
Beth David Sunday School at J
Mother's Dav luncheon to be heMI
at Harvie's Charcoal Grille, 17511
Riscayne Blvd.. on Sunday, Mij|
12, at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. David E. Parnes is chaff-1
man of the event. Working rtl
her are Mrs. Morris Grant. Jfol
Louis Schwartzman, progral
Mrs. Morris Zuckerman. resern-l
tions; Mrs. Louis August, m
Max Jacobson. arrangemejl
Mrs. Roy Mack, flowers; \
David Zangwell. telephone.
Commentator for the J*l
show, featuring clothes Wl
Hartlev's, will be Mrs. A. *l
Hayden, who will be introiWJ
by Carol Washer. Fred AufJI
will offer the invocation. l
Rabbi Max Shapiro will give "I
benediction. Marlene Feldfll
will sing. Community singing"!
be led by Cantor J
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PAGE FIVE
I'll Say...
irpit meaning Americans are disturbed by news
ments coming out of Germany. They thought
kazification would change the German soul. They
rieved to learn that the Nazi spirit is reviving.
are reminded of a French saying: The more
nes change, the more they remain essentially the
"e No-.v it comes out that the efforts of American
buoation Forces have been a waste. Germany con-
" to remain the land of Nazism.
[lure of Denazification
Ml this is no news to Jewish readers. We have
watching the uncomprehending American
rials governing Germany since Hitler's defeat.
Fjgh leaders have been constantly pointing to the
lurgencc of anti-Semitism. But anecdotes are most
tealing- "se Koch, called the Beast of Belsen, who
a passion for lamp shades made of human skins,
set free by Gen. Lucius Clay. This instance of
nerican sentimental drivel reveals an entire policy.
Jjve U. S. Commissioners thought the Nazi leopard
Cs changing his spots. They couldn't see that the
mge was merely painted camouflage.
Is* German Nature
would seem that Germans en masse would have
le protective instinct for their own safety and well
Vug. But such is not the case. A superficial glance
[their history would show the.contrary. The Nazis
the best example and exemplars. A generation
[o the world thought the Germans were going off
ie beam. Actually they were acting according to
Uir real natural and truest instincts.
IFor a thousand years, the German masses were
kained to the soil like beasts of the field. They
fgarded the liege lord in the castle as semi-divine.
1776. many Englishmen refused to fight their
lood kin in the Thirteen Colonies. The king of
lesse-Cassel had his peasants weighed and measured.
Bie German-Hessians were herded like cattle and
fcld to George III at a minimum of $50 per head,
k the colossal efforts of a thinking few to break
the fetish of the divine right of kings in the
The Unchanging Germans
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Teutonic mind.
After much blood and tears, privilege was over-
thrown, and the Rights of Man established. The
change came not from the herrenuolk but from
France, where under the banner of Liberty, Equality,
and Fraternity, the French brought a sense of
dignity to all mankind. For awhile it seerrfed that
the democratic way of life was rooted so firm and
securely that no one would ever rise to question,
much less to challenge, a system designed to bring
peace and safety to all men. The world, including
Germany, seemed at last free. Then came Hitler.
Hitler
It is not surprising that a psychopath, driven by
neurosis and fears of insecurity, would compensate
for his inferiority with dreams of power, glory, and
dominion. Insane asylums are filled with such
megalomaniacs. The astonishing thing is that millions
of Germans should deliberately march to the polls
and voluntarily throw away their freedom, attained
after so much sweat, toil and bloodshed. It is incon-
ceivable how normally sane people would vote to
entrust their possessions, their lives, their country,
their future to a madman.
Plutocrats and Intelligentsia
Nor does the blame solely rest upon the masses.
The German DuPonts made Hitler's victory possible
with their influence, their money, their resources.
These blind plutocrats, anxious to save their wealth
from the "welfare state" acted like the miller in the
parable, who called in the tiger to protect the grain
from nibbling mice. But far more guilty were the
learned fraternity, the professors who preached the
gospel of the super race that had attained the acme
in science, philosophy, music, and industry. The
German intelligentsia prostituted intellect and soul
to the vilest despotism that every enslaved and
degraded the soul of a nation.
Jews in Germany
There is concern in some circles about the future
of Jews in Germany. This attitude seems indefensible.
What are Jews doing in Germany? Why should they
remain in the charnel house of their families and
friends? The Displaced Persons and the refugees have
finally been transported to Israel. A strong effort
is being made to remove the sick, the aged, the
infirm. Should we be concerned with the German-
philes who choose to remain? No decent, self-
respecting Jew should put his foot on German soil,
except to see the consequences of Hitler's madness
and folly. Those Jews who are enamored of German
blood lust and beastliness should be abandoned to
the fate of their own choosing.
The Future German Menace
The character of th Germans has not changed
within historic times. They are as brutal, as swinish,
and as beastly as they ever were. The democratic
process is as much out of place there as in the
jungle. A nation of goose steppers are most happy in
serfdom when under the heel of a ruthless tyrant.
The world might as well reckon with that element
cf German character, which it can neither soften, nor
improve, nor trust. The soft peace and sentimental
attitude of some Americans is deceptive as it is naive.
The Germans have been defeated in two wars.
They are waiting for a third war t*> take revenge.
Some folk have a set opinion that in the coming
struggle between East and West, the Germans are
the natural and willing allies of the U. S. Such
people do not comprehend the lessons of Gerrrtan
history. Chanceller Audenauer is already singing
Deutsehland Uber Alles while conferring with former
Nazi generals how best to rearm. The ex-Nazis are
now playing off one side against the other. If she
can bargain the best terms for national agrandlze-
ment, Germany will not hesitate to join forces with
the Soviet Union. She has done it before.-

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Dr. Andron Named
Academy President
Dr. David S. Andron. Miami
Beach civic leader, was re-elected
president of the Hebrew Aea-
de:nv. of which he was founder.
for the fourth consecutive term.
Elected to serve with Dr.
An -. were Isi,!.>:<< Goldberg,
Satin, Pan! Grossinger,
. ahon, Harry Levitt,
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Ladies To Install
Mrs. Leonore Curtice, newl]
elected president of B'nai B"rith
Women of Sholem Lod*:e. will be
installed at ceremonies Tuesday,
May 9. at 1 p.m. at the G
Restaurant.
Other officers to be recognized
at .lie' rites include Mrs. Sidney
Aronovitz, fust \.,.' president:
Mrs Harold Pont, second v.,.
lenl: Mrs. rlarvi 5 1 ;
. Mrs R
\'.-. Frank
tary: Mrs
Abe Aronovitz,
secretary; Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, *..*'?.* J
irian; Mrs. Max !'< gman. *>
an; Mrs SamMilli f**A**.
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Hialeah-Miami Springs
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-Miami Springs "Jewish
C munity Center will elect
:<..:.. meeting >n Wednes-
day, May 10. at 8 p m. at the
.h City Hall.
The group is formulating plans
n installation dinner to be
n Monday, May 20. Ray-
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which will I
Hal Murray, R( .-
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Mrs. Melvin Benner was in-
stalled as president of Tropical
Chapter of B'nai B"rith Women
at an installation banquet held at
the Raleigh Hotel Sunday nigt\t.
Also installed were Mrs. Sam
Kessler, first vice president: Mrs.
Louis Wilson, second vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Shirley Saval. record-
ing secretary: Mrs. Herman Feld-
man. corresponding secretary;
Mis. Irving Laibson. treasurer;
Mrs. Jos. Feldman. financial sec-
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sentinel: Mrs. Irvying Cypen, j
counselor.
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10 Miamians To
Attend JWB Meet
five delegates from the Miami
Jewish Community Center and
five from the Young Men's &
young Women's Hebrew Associa-
tion of Miami Beach will join
with delegates from 324 other
Jewish Community Centers and
VM-YWHA's from all parts of the
y in mapping 1950-51 goals.
orograms and services, for the
?ewjsh community center move-
!'.,,.- at the 1950 biennial national
invention of the National Jewish.
e Board (JWB). it was an-
nounced here today by Max R.
SUvei '"d Milton Sirkin. presi-
dents of the local groups.
Meeting at the Netherland-
Plaza Hotel, Cincinnati, from
Saturdav evening. May 6 to Mon-
day May 8, the JWB conclave
Will appraise the center move-
ment's increasingly important role
in the American Jewish commun-
ity, plan for its future develop-
ment and consider how JWB can
mote effectively serve the Ameri-
can Jewish community. Silver
disclosed.
Action on proposals for a policy
to guide both centers and JWB
in doling with public affairs
Questions and the election of a
successor to Frank L. Weil. JWB
president, who is retiring this
vear after ten years of service, are
among the matters that will be
befoie the convention.
Dr. Karl Menninger, world-
famous psychiatrist associated
with the celebrated Menninger
Foundation at Topeka, Kansas,
will be one of the principal con-
vention speakers. He will address
the Sunday morning session. May
7. which will be devoted to the
then,i. "Roots of Happiness for
the Ind vidual American Jew."
Another key speaker will be the
Hon. Marx Leva, assistant secre-
tary i i defense. Leva's address
on the subject "Maintaining
World Peace" will highlight a
session devoted to consideration
of JWB policies and programs
related to its services for men
and women in the armed forces.
Delegates from local institu-
tions are Max R. Silver, Leon
Kaplan, Abe Cutler and Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, from the
Miami Jewish Community Center;
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Carl
Weinkle. Mrs, Carl Susskind and
Gits Jacobson, from the Miami
Beach YM & WHA.
1 Mfre Vie For
i it i/ciis" Awards
Four more nominations for the
Outstanding Man ind Woman
Awards of 1949 have been re-
ceived, it has been announc.
Chairman Louis Snetman.
Miss Betty Ward, youth i
[of the Miami Daily News and
director of the Youth Roundup,
was nominated for "outstanding
work with teenagers:" Mrs. John
Kroncnfeld for her "leadership
in developing the Dunbar Nursery
project;" David R a b i n o w i t /..
dramatics and radio director, for
his activities in youth work; and
Jack Kofoed, Miami Herald
columnist, for his "charitable
work with the Bay Oaks Home."
Nomination will close midnight
May 15 and judges will be an-
nounced shortly afterward. Of-
ficial entry blanks are now avail-
able at the Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association, 45 N.E.
1st Ave., and at its branch, 1594
N.W. 36th St. Joseph M. Lipton.
president, will award trophies to
the winners at a city-wide rally
at Bayfront Park Sunday evening,
May 28.
Any resident of Dade County is
eligible for the awards by pre-
sentation of his or her achieve-
ments on official entry blanks or
by letter to the Awards Commit-
tee, 330 Seybold Building.
liable* Zionists
Plan Sfininar
Board of directors of the Coral
Gables Zionist District met re-
cently at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Barkin. 2321 S.W. 24th
St., to formulate plans f/r a
seminar in Zionism, which will
be held during the next few
months at the homes of members.
First such gathering will be held
at the home of Mr and Mrs. Oscar
Lelchuk.
Naphtali Weidberg and Morris
Simon were elected as representa-
tives to the board of governors
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
Meeting closed with Mr. and
Mrs. Barkin and "their daughter,
Lucille, as hosts at the refresh-
ment table.
Dinner To Honor
Rabbi Rackovsky
Rabbi J. Rackovsky
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Tfilah will sponsor a testi-
monial dinner in honor of its
spiritual leader. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky. on Sunday, May 7.
at 5 p.m. at the synagogue, ac-
cording to Mrs. Rachel Katz.
president.
"This affair is being given in
appreciation of the inspiration
and spiritual guidance which the
rabbi has given our group since
it was founded." Mrs. Katz said.
"We feel it is especially fittini;
that this dinner is taking place
just prior to Shavuos, when the
Torah, the spiritual guide of the
Jewish people, was given to
them."
Mrs. Gussie Zaidman is chair-
man of the affair. Assisting her
are the Mesdames Katz. Bessie
Jacobson, Betty Pakula, Rose
Kaplan, Lena Kramer, Jennie
Hill, Rose Sher, L. Moro. Rose
Lustig, Sadie Rosch, Esther Alter
and Rebitzen Sarah Bass.
Final plans are mapped by Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
lor appearance of Editor Ralph McGill at its installation banquet
at the Saxony Hotel. Sunday. May 7. at 6:30 p.m. Committee in
charge of the event includes (seated) Jack Gold. Harry Zukernick.
chairman, Godfrey Newman, presir'.-nt. Rear, Jules P. Channing.
Saul Genet and Herbert L. Markow.
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The Reading and Study Group
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The program marked the second
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and featured the Mesdames Ruth
Uliss, Miriam Rosengarten, Ida
Zabarsky, Lena Pushkin, Gerber.
Shirley Queen. M. Seeman and
Anna Soren Bild. president
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Mrs. Peter Glazer, Miami book
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day, May 15 at 1:30 p.m. at the
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S.W. 10th St. A garden party will
follow the review which is being
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Wome.
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Personally Speaking
Cantor and Mrs. J. Rubin of Staten Island. N. Y., are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. Schenkman, 1355 Drexel Ave., Miami
Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moses of New York announce the birth
of a son at Beth David Hospital in that city on April 33. Mrs.
Moses is the former Shirley Bernstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Bernstein, 1610 N.W. 34th St., who are in New York to
attend the bris.
* *
Visiting his family in West Orange, N. J., and New York
City is Lewis Greene of this citv.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Jack B. Wolfe, 2835 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach,
announce the birth of a daughter, Sharon Leslie, at St. Francis
Hospital on April 27. The mother is the former Ruth Rosner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner of Miami Beach.
* *
Mrs. Frieda Rappapcrt and her son, Jack, have moved
from 2136 N.W. 8th Ave. to 1136 S.W. 5th St.
* *
Mrs. Edward A. Platkin of 1460 West Ave., Miami Beach, I Betrothal of Miss
flew to New York Sunday night, April 23. to be with h mother Craviu ^j&*%! J JulnTs^Zfsol, Carl Lud^
who underwent an emergency operation.
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Deborah Group To
Elect Officers
Deborah Group of Hadassah
will hold its last regular meeting
of the season on Monday, May 8,
1:30 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel,
Miami Beach, acording to Mrs.
Louis Gidney, president.
Election of officers is scheduled
with the following nominations:
I president, Mrs. Philip Greenberg;
vice presidents. Mrr.. Bernard
Fuller, Mrs. William Levy, Mrs.
Lester Sale: treasurer. Mrs. Maur-
ice Rich: financial secretary, Mrs.
Samuel Rubin: corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Sam Deutsch:
social secretary, Mrs. Joel New-
man; recording secretary, Mrs.
Martin Lundy; parliamentarian,
i Mrs. Lewis Gorfine.
Members of the board will in-
clude the Mesdames Max
Gopman, Sanford Kramer, Sam
Glennor | Coolik. Al Levine. Harold Russe.
Jack Courshon. Joseph Pomer-
1691 Nethia Drive, has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein, 4528 S.W. 1st St., announce Mrs. Joseph C. Cravitt. 3008 S.W. Donald Taylor. Alex
Arthur Rose, Sanford
Louis Gidney. Milton
the birth of a son. Barry Rcy, at Doctors Hospital on Aprtf 18. 26th St. Both former stv
The bris was held on April' 25 at their residence with Rabbi tne University of Flori
April
S. M. Machtei officiating. Mrs. Bernstein is the former Arline
Kleber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kleber.
* -* *
Visitors who planed in from London, Ontario, to spend a
three-week vacation at the Delano Hotel are Mrs. Sarah Sherman
and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Alex Sherman. Welcoming them
on arrival at the Delano was Mrs. Anne Kaufman, Miami Beach
resident. Mrs. Kaufman, a former neighbor of the Shermans in
Canada, is planning many festive events for the visitors.
* *
Longtime friends of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Broad, and Mr.
udents at
da. Miss
Cr?v:tt and Mr. Friedson will be
married on July 30.
"?MwSch01 cJLS
will sponsor a game* nl"7M:i, day. May 7. J 7'.J*.
auditorium of thr vmL? *i
Mrs. Terry v ***
chairman of^wavstft^
m charge of the affi ^
will go towards the i2
school. "eorirt
means, |
Bill JORDAN
Kramer.
Weinklt,
Strauss,
Herman Mechlowitz, Jerry Na-
thanson. Jay Jacobi. Leo Levin,
Leon Shalloway. Leo Pollack.
Plans for the installation of
officers will be anonunced by j
Mrs. Julius Mufson, chairman and
Mrs. Herbert Gutman, co-chair-
man.
A skit entitled "An American
American," written and directed
by Mrs. Jerry Hagen and pro-
duced by Mrs. William Levy, pro-
board members of Temple Beth 1 Ef chairman, will be presented.
., ,. The cast includes the Mesdames
Sholom Sisterhood will be in- LeSter
Sholoin Women to
Install Officers
At Luncheon
The newly elected officers and
Sale, Philip Greenberg,
. stalled at a luncheon at the. Murray Goodman, Donald Ban-
end Mrs. Joseph Cutler of Coral Gables, are Delano Hotel guests, | Saxony Hotel on Wednesday. May nack. At the conclusion of the
Mi. and Mrs. Irving M. Brakarsh, of Jackson Heights, L. I., where ;' IT. at 12:30 p.m.
Mr. Brakarsh heads his own real estate management and I As is customary with sisterhood
building firm. They will remain here for a three-week visit. installations, the rites will be in
* the form of an operetta, written
The Rev. Solomon Machtei left for his home in New York ofu'V'-'' fr *H asion b>'
this week after spending the winter with Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. ^^oTs^Zf^Tlt^XZn
Mccntei ot this city. The reverend was accompanied by his i Hy Fried, as accompanist. Mrs
daughter-in-law, who will attend the unveiling of a monument | Emanuel Goldstrich will be
to the memory of her mother on Sunday, May 14.
-* -* *
Announcing the birth of a dauahter, Doris, are Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Silver. 1740 S.W. 11th St. The baby was born Monday, April
24, at St. Francis Hospital. Mrs. Silver is the former Ruth
Salisbury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Salisbury of Norfolk.
Va., who were here for the event.
-* -* *
Dr. and Mrs. Sol Selevan of Miami Beach announce the
emcee.
A special feature of the affair
will be the presentation of life
memberships by Chairman Mrs.
Simon Wolff.
Officers to be installed include
president, Mrs. Alexander Rob-
bins: vice presidents. Mrs. Edward
Mencher. Mrs. Louis Stoff. Mrs.
Gilbert Goldman: recording sec-
retary. Mrs. Alan Herron: corre-
secretary. Mrs. Fred
bS wniChSK ?h Sirtay'uAp,S JV *?L Sinai H0SPital The;|Pommerstc.n; financial secretary;
ens will be held at the hospital Saturday, with Rabbi S. M. I Mrs. Murray Reckson: trees
vlachtei officiating. Mrs. Norman Babel; chai
Hadassah Chorus
To Give Concert
surer,
chaplain,
---------------------,__l. Mrs. Leon Kronish.
TnuHti.wi-1 r.t.t. lfrs- Bessie Nelson is installa-
--:- Jewish music u well tion lunchi n hairman and Mrs
dern songs familiar in Israel j Louis Stoff is in charge of reserv-
A^Ube included ;n the program, ations.
.: Choral Gr up of the Greater
M : Hadassah will
- first annual concert on
We lm laj May 17. at fi Si
at the Hebrew Academy. 918 6th
St., Mian Beach.
-" ', ::; i :' -
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the Greater Mi-
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served by Mrs. Jack Courshon,
hospitality chairman.
Mother's Day Fete
Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach will sponsor a
Mother's Day celebration on Sat-
urday. May 13, at 8:30 p.m. at
Harfenist Restaurant. 1381 Wash-
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Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
guest speaker' and Mrs. Manya
Shubow will offer readings.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Nathan Bookspan.
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Officers of Club No. One. Pioneer Women, are (sitting, 1. to r.) Mrs Zir>norah I **\A?"T.luU:'1
Lideni; Mrs. Henry J. Seitlin. president; Mrs. Sonia Broides. rreaYureiXs Som 'flSSfcS?
L vice president; (standing. 1. to r.) Mrs. David Friedman. correspond s^creU Mrs S >y
twiti. financial secretary; Mrs. M. Bauer, recording secretary. eiary. pars, sany
II a \ani< Leaders
le Miami Beach Unit of Junior
pssah will meet Thursday,
i 4, at 8 p.m. at the home of
prine Levy, 1417 Lenox Ave.
ection <>f officers will be held,
linations include Annette
|ch. president; Janice Gold-
vice president of member-
|; Anne Hertz, vice president
und raising; Fiancine Levy,
kurer: K;iylee Raffel. record-
|secretary; and Rhea Hass.
esponding secretary. Miss D
pson, chairman of the nomi-
Jig committee, will announce
|r nominations.
Sharel Chapter
To See Color Film
Sharet Chapter, B'nai BVith
Young Women, will meet at the
home of Marion Davidowitz, 767
S.W. 21st Road, on Thursday, May
4, at 8 p.m., according to an an-
nouncement by Trudi Lach.
president.
A technicolor film, "A Day in the
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Singer Names
Committees
Appointment oi three commit-
tees was announced this week by
William D. Singer, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
oration.
Joseph R. Stein was named
head of the nominating commit-
lla \ Woodman Opens
To Meet Monday Law Offices
The Miami Beach Group ol
Hadaasah will hold its las:
ing of the season Monday.
8, Bt 1 p.m. at Temple Beth
Sholom, according to Mrs.
ander Kogan, pn
In keeping with the theme of
the meeting, "H i Ha<
all pasl ; ats ol
. up will be honored as
tee. Work In him are Joseph Duntov. Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Harry Mrs. Isid re Cohen, first prea -
Platolff Dan B. Ruskin, Mrs. dent; and the .".
Hei-ber' Seller. Joseph Schein-1 Plant. Sol Leslie. Max Dobi "..
berg. Sam Silver and Mrs. Car] S a Simonhoff, Joseph William-
Wi inkle. son, Barney Weinkle, Milton
Heading the constitution and i Sirkin. Harold Spaet. Abe Good-
bv-laws committee is Col. Elry! man. Benjamin B. Goldstein.
Stone. Members of his unit are Tribute will also be paid to Mrs..
Aaron Kanner and Milton Sirkin. Harry Platoff. financial secretary
The committee will present >f the group for the past twelve
changes in the constitution at a years,
meeting of the board of governors Opening prayer will be given
on Thursday. May 11.
Appointed to the committee in-
vestigating complaints about an
excessive number of campaigns in
the Jewish communitv were Jack
by Mrs. Louis Glasser. president
of Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations, and Rabbi Leon
Kronish will speak on "Hadassah
Serving as hostesses during the
Pioneer Women
To Hold Fete
Pioneer Women Club No. One
of Miami Beach will mark the
>nd birthday of the State of
Israel and Mother's Day at a
special celebration on Thursday
evening. May 11, at Kneselh
Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid
j Ave., according to Mrs. Henry J.
Seitlin. president.
Rabbi Morris Skop will be
featured speaker and t\*o films
"Song of the Negev" and "Work
of the Pioneer Women" will be
shown. Hebrew and Yiddish songs
will be sung.
Admission is one dollar and
proceeds will go to the Jewish
National Fund.
-SslSy!
Ablin. Sam Friedland". Abe Good- Women in our Community."
man. Aaron Kanner. Dan B.
Ruskin. I. L. Mintzer and Harry
Sirkin.
social to follow will be the
Mesdames Irving Westin. Bernard
Goldberg, Jack Udell and Joseph
Mazo.
Boxes Acknowledged
Mrs. Marie Balaban, tiOO 15th
St., Miami Beach, this week re-
ceivi :
lael of th I Hi
rgai i ol
Obituaries
Dai'id Goodman
HARVEY ROSENBAUM
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which ted
the new Arab-
des<
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for youi
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- I Mr* Balaban.
, '' S.W 8th.St., passed away
Til SciilliiK l.rikini
David C. Goodman announces
the opening of his offices for the
ao of law at 605
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. He
will be associated with his
brothers-in-law. Marvin L. Kim-
mel and Seymour Larry Kimmel.
The young attorney received
his bacheloi of arts degree from
the University of North Carolina
after which he served 8
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his law degree from the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Goodman is the son of Dr. and
Mrs Morris Goodman of Miami
Beach
Dn, B1sume*Wr^
"' Seymour M d ^
consulting pSV(.ho '
PfWce in Miami fe3
parent group 0f .V^
school at tin L'n r
South Dixie'HiJh
Road, on Friday, M
subject wil'raj
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^
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I. Sinai Auxiliary
i Hold Meeting
nnual general meeting of the
jremembership of the Mount
1 Hi spital Women's Auxiliary
Lied for Friday, May 12. at
L at Temple Beth Sholom.
[of Miller A. F. Ritchie, of
sity of Miami, will be
|t speaker, and Max Orovitz.
Idpnt of the hospital's board
t : nd Samuel Gerlner,
J tor, will also address
nee of the Auxili-
Hospital" and the
L I Value of Personal
1 individual" will be
Joint ca of the day, ac-
lg | >] -. Samuel Simonliofl'
raTn n.
l II auxiliary do-part-
Is will be heard and exhibits
I b volunteer rorps are
i will be shown in
tio. Eleetions will
[i | I in the business
I
ls. M < Dobrin, founding
| auxiliary, will be
. president for life.
iring on the slate of
ude Mrs. Monte
nt; Mrs. Samuel
I viee president:
11. Krensky, second vice
dent; Mrs. Benjamin Meyers.
ident; Mrs. Harold
I general vice presi-
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, second
^:il v: president; Mrs. Louis
er, third general vice presi-
Harry Markowitz.
lirer; Mrs. Meyer Schwartz,
lant treasurer; Mrs. Morris
pn. corresponding secretary;
Lei n Ell, recording secre-
Mrs. William H. Bernstein,
ii secretary; Mrs. Nat L.
H, assistant financial sec-
K-, Mrs. Harry Platoff, audi-
[Mrs. Isaac Levin, parlia-
arian.
oinated for election to the
[nominating committee are
jfesd; mes Aaron Farr, Harry
p, Leo Robinson, MortoK
ck, Morris Alpert. Samue'
bpiro. Julius Oshlag and
G rstenfeld, with Mrs
bid Glickman and Mrs. Her-
[Wepman as alternates.
litional nominees for Hip
Of trustees, a large group of
I I] carry over in office
| year, are th>
I i B iss, Abraham
' I. C. Greenberg, Harry
: tilda Ratner, Hcr-
1 Albert Snider and
S
Good win Heads
Hea*h Masada
PAGF ELEVEN

pd To Meet
I directors of the
) Chapter of B'nai
i I on Thursday,
[I I p.m. at the home of
Pa ; Denner, 4431 Prairie
|Mi in Beach.
Dorid Goodwin
Elected to serve as president of
Miami Beach Masada for the year
1950-51 is David Goodwin. Good-
win has been identified with
Zionism for 15 years. He sei ved
as first vice president of the
Beach group during the past year.
Goodwin succeeds Gilbert
Rappaport, who held the office
for two terms.
Also chosen to serve as officers
for the coming year are Abraham
Schafer, first vice president;
Stanley Spieler, second vice pres-
ident; Monty Popover, treasurer;
Art Hirschbein, financial secre-
tary; Doris D. Aronson, recording
secretary; and Bertha Brucker,
corresponding secretary.
Debate Winners
To Get Awards
At Lodge Meeting
Robert Miller and David Starke
of Miami Edison High School,
winners of the state-wide debate
contest sponsored by Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'lith. will receive
trophies at the next meeting of
the group on Tuesday, May 9. at
8:15 p.m. at Beth El Congregation.
The students will re-enact the
final session with the runner-up
team, also of Miami Edison, Dale
Sappenficld and Jack Rensberger,
debating the question of a liberal-
ized displaced person's bill.
Jerome Weinkle will award
gold trophies to the winners and
silver loving cups to the runner-
ud team.
Sherburt Weiss is in charge of
the program.
Dr. Routtenberg To
; Speak At Institute
Dr. Max J. Routtenberg, vice
president of the Rabbinical As-
sembly of America, will be the
luncheon speaker at the third
annual convention and Institute
on Conservative Judaism to be
held by the Southeast Region of
the United Synagogue in Orlando
on Sunday. May 7. Dr. Routten-
berg s subject will be "To Whom
Does the Future Belong?"
Albert Morrell, of Orlando,
chairman of the convention com-
mittee, announced that after the
luncheon a seminar will be held
on "What Does Conservative
Judaism Mean To Me?" Chairman
ot this seminar will be Han i
GendZier, Jacksonville, vice presi-
dent of the United Synagogue,
and the discussion will be led bv
Sanders A. Tofield. Jack-
sonville, a member of the
Rabbinical Assembly Commission
on Law and by other lavmen who
will give their pers ihal experi-
ences and points of vie
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, of
Nashville, will deliver the closing
address at the plei ion to
begin at 4:30 p.m. Rabbi Hertz-
berg. who recently visi ed Isri
will discuss the relationship and
effect that the Jewish State will
have upon the future of American
Judaism. Sol Singer, of Columbus,
Ga., will preside at this session
and the closing prayer will be
delivered by Rabbi Morris Chap-
man of St. Petersburg.
it & l lladassah
To Meet Monday
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Women's Division of
Hadassah will hold a meeting on
Monday. May 8, at 8:30 p.m. at the
Beach Y.
The program will be high-
lighted by a review of John
Hersey's "The Wall" by Mrs. Leo
Levin, an address by Frances
Lebon commemorating the 25th
anniversary of the founding of
Meier Shfeyah Village by Junior
Hadassah and an appropriate
tribute to motherhood in honor
of Mother's Day.
Election of officers will also
take place and the following slate
wTl be presented: Lillian Good-
man, honorary president; Mar-
guerite Marx, president: Dorothy
I Parker, vice president; Frances
, Lebon, vice president; Dora
Keller, vice president; Harriet
Klein, treasurer: Bea Cypress,
corresponding secretary; Jean
i Berman. recording secretary:
' Molly Katz, financial .secretary:
i.Ceil Cook, chapter board repre-
i sentatives.
At the recent installation banquet of the Men's Club of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz. first
president of the club, was awarded a plaaue in recognition of
faithful and dedicated service" during his term of office. The
plaque was presented by Harry Sir kin. president of the congrega-
tion. Pictured above are Dr. Mechlowitz. left, being congratulated
by newly installed president. Julius Jay Perlrr.utter. right, as
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, looks on.
jiTMT
TWENTY-SECOND SEASON -1949-1950
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FRIDAY, MAY i

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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Tempi* israei (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th Si. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services Rt 8:15.
Dr Kaplan will conduct the services
an.l .iieaU on "The Magic Number
Seven." Saturday morning services ;ii
11 a.m. T>r. Kaplan will preach "
"Judaism is ;i Religion for the Living."
Cenfirnuilion claaw will participate.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk Si-
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Early Friday services ;ii 6:30. I.aic
Friday services at S: 1 .". Lug B'Omer
Observance "t" Ital.l.: Akiba Memorial
Month. Sen i" be conducted liy the
youth. Saturday morning services at
9:r.t>. Rabbi will pleach on the Weekly
Portion of il\.' Law Religious school
Sunday at 1" a.m. I.ai; U'Omer picnic
wiil follow for parents ami children
Temple Emanu-El iRetorm).
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi.
Rabbi Ranson will conduct the
HftjvKe Hii-l speak on "Faith In (Sod
The public is Invited Hebrew school
at the temple Saturday at : a.m.
Religious si hool Sunday at 9:4a.
Temple 13etn bnoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening Bervlces at :ir..
Kaidil Kronish will speak on "The
Future of the American Synagogue."
Mother's Day Sabbath service at 10:45
H.m. Mother-' "!i: 1.1 luncheon will follow
th- service in the banquet hall.
Miami Hebrew Scnooi and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12lh Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at fi:.tO.
Saturday morning at :. The rabbi will
i> ak on "Jewish Optimism." Miahna
df) -. m :in followed by Mlncha and
Sli.los Sudof Pallj service 7:3" a.m. '
and 6:30 p m. Sunda> si hool at i"
a tn. Hebrew school from :'.::" to ; SO
Congregation Beth David (Con- |
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
i ... : ser\ ices a; 6 30
Services Saturday morning at :.
Double Bar M v&<.....f Robert, son of i
M;\ and Mrs l..... Glasser, and
son of Mr ami M: s Herschel
VVarnei Barbai i Carolyn Warner
.- Idon, will respoi I
| ivnl bi other
thi pulpll Servli al 6 p.n
ide Sabbath Repast" with
a di- ethics ol oui
. .1 b> Rabbi Shapiro. Stud
".!.. hold its services
idu i a Hebrew .-. hool dally al
:: Sunda> -. hool at 10 Dally i
ei. ,tf -> v .. ;,; ,,,.,] .Mincha ami
0 \ ai i> p iv,.
Coayic jciiun Knese'h Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
v irlv 6 IS
-
I Bvei -: f .' \t i R ibbi
tun Thi f thi
Mil followed by
- SedUlU* i. a- ..'. t '.: k-
gUI St.- M t 1 'ally lie-
Invw ii ndaj
Mishna aftel
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RervIces at S
: I
N. W. Ra'.ig.ous Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Baturday morning at 9:00
i
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Mo-hay P. Mann.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
conducted by Rabbi Mosliay I'. Mann
with Dr. l'aul Heck as cantor Sermon
topic "ill be "What to Live for as a
Jew "
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Sabbath evening
rrvices at
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Serv..... Friday night at ii: Saturday
i night at S Mincha services followed
ii> shaloa Seudoe. Bervlcea Monday
to Thursday 8 a.m. and :.:" p.m. ah
Voting Israel members in the area are
t-
Mend
T'Fereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 8:15 p m .
Saturday 9:10 a m with Mincha at
;.\li residents in that area are
to attend.
Congre-ation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Pi Ida e\ rnlng sei vices 11 :0 p m.
Saturday morning eervlcea a: :"
i Mln.ha at :. p m followed bj -
Shudo* I -a I) se: vices a m
pin Ri I h.ol dall) at S.i>:
Sunday < hool at 10.
Heerew Academy. 918 6th St.
Miami Beach.
Dally Bible .lass S:13 p.m, Dally
services at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.
Sunday at s a.m.
Norlhside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Sal.hath services Friday at 8:JO p m
Sunday school .lasses every Sunday \t
i).....ffice of Dr. Win. Boroa. B&S N.W.
8tnd si. Hebrew classes under di-
rection of Rev. Philip Fried at 6701
N W. llh Ave. on Mondays and
Thursday from 4 to 6 t>.m.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Saturday morning services at 10.
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
!'::.lay evening services at 6:30.
Saturday morning at i ::. The rabbi
will piea.h on the Portion of the
u.ek. At r.-.ir. p.m. Rabbi Rackovsky
will speak on "Ethics of the Father,"
followed l Mln.ha al 5:45, Shaloa
Seudos and Ma&rtv, Dally services 7:::.
a.m. followed by class in Mishna.
M pel es at ,; SO followed on
Sum ys, Tuesday and Thursdays b>
11 Laws and Customs, and on
Mondays an.I IV'ednesdaya by class In
Jewish l-.g.-n.ls ,,f the Talmud. '
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Are.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Motet Mea-
cheloff.
Friday evening services at 6:30
Saturday morning at e:30. Intermediate
Cong at S a.m. Mincha at :30 fol-
lowed by Shalos Budoa. Rabbi I.
Schulman will piea.h on the Portion
of the Week. Religious school Monday
through Th irsday at 3:30; Sunday
school !' a.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at S:30. The
rabbi will preach Saturday morning
.. es ai 9 Bar Mltsvaha of Morty,
son of Mr. aid Mrs Herman Lefkoe,
and Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Heller. The rabbi will speak on
th.. Portion "f the Week. Pally
services n a.m. and 6:30 pin. in the
. hap, I
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive.
Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
PrlflaV e\einn- services at Via OfTl
Th.. sermon will he "Giving Lag
B'Omer a New Meaning." The
Reverend will expond a new approach
in th.- cold war Lag B'Omer .:.-
will he held with an I II eg
Shabbat. Saturday morning services
at !>; Sun.lav school at 10 at Hiscavn.-
Elementary School. Jr. 'ne. services
at :. Sunday school at 10 at Biscayne
ntarj School Jr. Cong services
at 11 a m. Hebrew school at the
Center Wednesday at 5:15 and Frl-
daj s at l p.m.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. (Conservative).
Frldav evening services at 8:30
Dr. Abraham. lessen will officiate.
An Oneg Shahhat will he served by the
Sisterhood. Members and friends are
Invited to attend.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter, 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday services at I* a.m.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Friday nieht services at 6: Saturday
morning at 9. Dally services at 8
>.m.
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Jewish Community Center began j
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according to Max R. Silver, j
president.
The camp, scheduled to open'
June 26 for a period of eight |
weeks, will feature a diversified j
program for children from five I
to 14. Included will be swimming j
(twice per week), "metalcraft,
informal dramatics, Softball, bad-
minton, nature lore, Jewish holi- '
day projects, photography, ping'
pong, hikes, group games, hasket- !
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leathercraft, baton twirling, folk I
dancing. Oneg Shabbat, ballet, I
music, tumbling, and a number'
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Release in Florida of Professor
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; Needs and Resources," latest in
; the series of Freedom Pamphlets
published by the Anti-Defama-
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announced by Gilbert j. Balkin,
director of the league'-, Florida
regional office.
As an "animai." the average
American could live on about 12
cents a day's worth of food, the
pamphlet points out; but as a
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citizen, his actual minimum needs
are many and complex and range
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. psychological needs of acceptance
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This is the definition of Amer-
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Only in the proauction and
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be likely to fuitili Americas
minimum needs in the next
decade, the author points out. In
food, housing, medical care and
education, we shall probably fall
from 15 to 25 per cent below our
minimum wantsand even this
forecast pre-supposes that we
suffer no serious depression and
unemployment.
Members of minority groups-
religious, ethnic, racialwithin
the general population, the author
states, fall far short even of the
general average. Discrimination in
housing, employment, education
and the like, put additional bur-
dens on groups which are usually
economically depressed to begin
with.
Dr. Lindblom presents a com-
prehensive plan for the next
decade in order to fill up the
tragic gap between what we need
and what we have.
Dr. Lindblom is associate pro-
fessor of economics at Yale. He
has also taught at Wisconsin and
Minnesota, and is at present.en-
gaged in research and writing on
the problems of economic plan-
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democratic society. His recent
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has been widely praised.
Copies of "America's Need and
Resources," as well as all other
titles in the Freedom Pamphlet
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Lachowitz Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
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11:30 with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating. Surviving Mr. Lacho-
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Dave, both of Miami, and a
daughter, Mrs. Yena Edelstein, of
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LEGAL NOTICE
IXOAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
EIJ5VKNTH JUDK-IAI. I'lRCflT
OP FLORIDA, IX AND FOR OADK
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
132479.
MAX S. LEVIN, Plaintiff, vs. SARA
K. LEVIN, Defendant.
TO: SARA K. LEVIN
e/o Mrs. Riva Cordero
25 East Mosholu Parkway
Apartment i'-I'.
Bronx, New York. .
You. SARA K LEVIN, SN hereto
notified that a Bill of Comi
Divorce has !>-<-n flle'l against
and you are required to serve .< 1 0]
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill, of Complaint on h Plalnl 0 -
Attorneys, Oenel A Genet, 4S0 I
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original Answ. In tn
offlce of the Cleric of the Circuit 1
on or before the 5th. day of June.
I5i If you fail to do so, Judgnu
default will l>e taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill 01
1 plaint.
This notice sh llshed once
each week for lour consecutive weeks
In the Jewish Florldlan.
\ E and 1 'RI 'ERED at Miami,
lay of May, A.D 19
K B LEATMERMAN,
1 I 1 '.''.in.
I .!.!. County, Florida.
(Circuit Court S. al 1
By it.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN- THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OPFLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
ANNIE RABINOWE JODOVICH.
Plaintiff, vs. PHILIP JODOVICH,
Defendant.
VOL'. PHILIP JODOVICH, 229 Ash-
[ burton Avenue, Yonkers, New York,
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
.....: you, and you are required
Serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs Attorney. MAX R.
SILVER, 2J Seyboid Building. Miami,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
.' tilt Circuit Court on or before the
1st day of June, 1950. If you fall to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
n anded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd dav of Mav, A.D.
E B LEATHERMAX.
Clerk, -Circuit Court.
Dade Countv, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By YVM. YV
LEGAL NOTICE
GENET A- GENET
121 Lincoln Road
Beai h, Florida
Atton laintlff
5 5-12-19-26
H RICE. JR..
Ity Clerk.
MAX R SILVER
:_ s.ybold Building
Miami, Florida"
Attorney for Plaintiff
5 J-12-l'J-:'6
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE 4ST4i
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Ben Boskin, holder of Everglades
Drainage District Tax Sale Certificates
<- the Slat day of May. AD 1<4T. has
filed said certificates 1:1 my office.
and has made application for tax deed
to Issue thereon in accordance with
law. Said certificates en brace the
following described property, situated
in Dade County. State of Florida, to
wit:
Lot 16, Less E 1 ft., W. D. Sanford)
Sub.. Plat Book 4. Page 2C located In
Da.le County, State ..f Florida, as
embraced :n Certificate No. 4531. The
..... ent of said 1 pel ty under the
saiii cerl ate issued was in the
erick Hanna.
Lot 5, Riviera Park, Plat Book 18,
Page .". located in Dade County, State
, :' ;'. ed In Certii
N The .is.-, ssment of said
I ty under thi -.. d
was h thi f Frank E
St I 11
L 2S A :. Bio k 5, !.
; ne Cent" \ Plat Book 2:
: t y, S t a t
f Cert If lea 1
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'.0- CE UNDER FICTIT.OLS
NAME LAW
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f the Circuit
.-.
NATHAN A] V.
to
- H :iMAN & KAPLAN
Appl
G 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
! isinesa under the fictitious name of
ROYALTON COCKTAIL LOUNGE at
Royalton Hotel. 131 S. E. 1st Street.
Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
FREDERIC S. ALBERT
IRA ROTHBARD
MILLER & PODELL, ESLjS.
235 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida
5-12-l-2i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sth Street Bar at 450 N.W. Sih St.,
Miami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
LOUIS KUSNICK
Owner
BERICK & SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicant
5/5-12-19-26 6/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CP.CUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, Xo.
132404 -F.
SAMUEL J. FELD. Plaintiff, vs.
ROSE FELD. Defendant.
TO: ROSE FELD,
133-3U Laurelton Parkway,
Laurelton, Long island,
New York.
You ARE .NOTIFIED a Bill of
Complaint for divorce has been filed
against you in the above cause, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 31st day of May, 195U;
Otherwise the allegations of said Bill
of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
May 2nd, IB0.
E. B. LEATHERMAX.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: C. R. Wilson.
. Deputy Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
;T Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida.
S-12-19-M
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
FILE I8T38
Notice is hereby given that Ben
of < Iltj '. Miami Tax
' 'ertlflcate Nu it, dated
da) "f .1111 .\ 1 > 194"
I ed 1 I Certll He In m> office, and
has 1 ed to
then ordance with law.
es thi follow-
ted In
to-wit:
Lot : B ft
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E B LEATHERMAN,
Cli
Dade 1 1 1 V
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By X. C. PTERRETT,
1 _,.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IX AND TOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IX CHANCERY, No.
132405
HELEN SNYDER, Plaintiff, vs.
JoSEI'H SNYDER. Defendant.
1 TO: JOSEPH SNYDER.
c o Goodman.
83 Bleeker Street,
New York City. New York.
I YOU ARE NOTIFIED a Bill of
Complaint for divorce has been filed
I against you in the above cause and
. ire required to serve a copy of
, your Answer on the plaintiffs attorney
and file the original in the office of
j the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 29th day of May. 1950:
I otherwise the allegations of said Bill
I of Complaint will be taken as con-
I fessed by you.
May 1st, 1930.
E B. LEATHERMAX,
. _clerk "' the Circuit Court.
'Circuit Court Seal)
Ey WM. W
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOB FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY' JUDGES COURT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDANo. 22485.
RE: ESTATE OF
-SARAH RAPHAEL, ALSO KNOWN
AS S. RAPHAEL, deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
nave filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executrix of
the estate of Sarah Raphael, deceased;
and that on the 2th day of May
1950. I will apply to the Honorable
W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge ax
Executrix of the estate of Sarah
Raphael, deceased.
This 3rd day of May, 1950.
HELEN A. LYONS,
Executrix of the Estate of Sarah
Raphael, deceased.
MYERS, 11 El MAX & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
5/5-12-19-26
JACK A. ABBOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
927 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida.
5 5-12-19-26
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
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IY. MAY 5, 1950
LBGAL NOTICES
I
OF INTENTION TO MAKE
^PLICATION FOR FINAL
' OISCHARGE
v-i-v JUDGE'S coI'RT, DADE
'l-V FLORIDA.No. 22Z10.
IT
Hi-'
E- j \i :'i:, formerly
Iv iaKKE GREEN, Deceased.
l.-K hereby rlven that l have
' re.....'I and petition
ae Executrix, of
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for
the
Jaffe, formerly Mary
eased; nd t tui t on
.1 May, I960, will apply
bie W. I-'. Blanton,
i i lade County, Florida.
i i final report and
irge .is Executrix of
M iry Jaffa, formerly
deceased.
ut April, 19S0.
IOAJJ ANN SILVER,
of the Bat. of Mary
formerly Mary Jaffe
. aaed.
;T' i.N'E
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BTlCE OF PUBLICATION
IIHTIT COURT OF THE
EJITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ii'liiii'A in ani> i-"' iK da hi-:
grr. IN CHANCERT, No.
Brine wvner, Plaintiff, vs.
; \ 1:1 WYNERj Defendant.
-|:N Mil' WVNEB
Unknowp
5rd wyner
Drothy Kubin
Noi ih Carolina
j'.KHNAHD WYNER, are here-
|fi,il thai a BUI of Complaint
ii ,-n filed against you.
pqulred in serve a copy
Answer or Pleading to the
i Complaint on the plaintiff's
Theodore .1. Sakowlta, Esq.,
>0|d Building, Miami, Florida
i tli......--in.il Answer or Plead-
Mie office of the Clark of the
1 Court mi or before the 15th
by, I960, If you fall to do so,
nt by default "ill he taken
mi for the relief demanded
Bill of Complaint.
AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 7 day of April, A.D.
I-:. I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit I'ourt, Dade
County, Florida.
C Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
frtr.K I SAKOWITZ
l> -Lllng
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LEGAL NOTICE
vJewisli ncrHdn&n
PAGE FIFTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
BROOKLYN
You are ii
Copy of yoiii
N. Y.
by required to serve a
answer to the B.....r
rompialnj for Divorce on the Pah?
"' s attorney and to file the oi
answer In the Office of the i i
the Clrcull Couri in and far i ,.
'| 'nty, Florida, on before the
before tli**
May. 1950: otherwl
' jmplalnl for Divorce hereto-
con%Jsleddb?eyoun """ "^ "
arWAftAgSaSr*- ",is '"
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Clrcull Court
,ril. ,.,,:"<" County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj I w.M. \v. STOCKING
I Name and Address ,,r 1'"""v Clark,
Plaintiff's Attornes
NORMAN It. LYONS,
914 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida
4/21-28 5/5-12
|OER OF PUBLICATION
i'IRCI'IT I'dl'HT OF THE
5XTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
XD '
III'A
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
VTm, ,- NAME "-AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
R-nJSrSS ?&&..*& 'tetlttous name
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harold f. coyle
elizabeth blank
theresa mili.kr
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MARION FREHLINQ
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMA.V & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
4/21-28 5/5-12
NOTICE OF^APPLICATION FOR "
CHAPTER 2H722 ACTS OF 1941
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.'ni, ", l:'- r,:"' "U"< In my
',;"" ,''" "> a.....Icatlon for
'.liifi, V "' l88Ued thereon. Bald
'..,,"' embrace the following de-
KJSSffl ,the C.....Ify of
'' o Florida, to wit:
! of UoU*P& Sac' ''"" ''
'"lng 1.05 Acres more wiesJ Ptat
Dads % I''*" IM
of said property u......i
ate Issued was In i > name of
LEGAL NOTICE
the
the
Sill,
"ouritj

said cer-
Grei nfjeld vliiages, lm
"l l?i,Bfeck, '"""" Heights, A
1 l;'! ,ll"Vk 19. P hi the
ol Dade .State of Florida, as
""l"" 'i In Certificate No. 1298 The
tne said certificate Issued was in the
berty City, A
"ge 79, in the
name of Merlon Platl
i-"i 7, Block l,:l
tub., Plat Hook 7, Page (, I
I,','',",'?' ',' "a'U' '-^"- '"' Ptorldk. m
55222SLI" '."":':" n. ttu. The
the
.i..-s.-ii..i,i of said property under
the said certificate issued was in
name of Dave Screv. ni
a YJh 184P.l0k } Islington Hgts
A Bub., Plat Book 13, Page 61. In the
County or d.i,., state of Florida,
as embraced in Certificate Ni
llle
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIV'EN that
he unileisn;,,,,|. d..irliiK t cnease in
;lis,'.',".'.SH l""1'1' Iu'' fictitious nai......r
ASBURY APARTMENTS at 341 RW
itu Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
or the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
QEOROE STi ink
LILLIE STONE
l.< H'lS STI INE
SAR.VH K STONE
ELRY STONE
Congress Building, Miami. Fla,
Attorney for OEOROK STONE,
LILLIE STONE, :.nn.-. STONE
and SARAH K. STONE
5/6-12-19-28
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBtt QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "i
pblc Press at 865 N. K. 69th
Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
,-,v,- I-IT1"> PRESS, INC
FRANK E, SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicant
4/28 5/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
._ NAME LAW
NOI'ICI-! IS HEUKiiv GIVEN thai
I,"'-'' he uinlersmneil, desir|nB to encase in
>: l-rsinesK un.ier the fictitious name of
rx, Ji7'CE BY PUBLICATION
,N1.,TM;.v-"U'l'IT ''"FRT OF THF.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
^ORTOA. IN CHANCERY. No!
CATHERINE BUTTER, Plaintiff, vs.
HAROLD V. BUTTER, JR., De-
fendant,
TO: HAROLD V. BUTTER, JR
9517 77th Street,
Ozone Park, Lone Island, New York
><>l ARE REQUIRED to Berve a
copy of your answer to the Pill of
Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney
and rile the original answer in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
"",\ ci\'vncfV'yXnY- >v: "f -Vl"
I.N CHANCERY, No. I960, in the above entitled cause for
the
.i
IODFRIBND, Plaintiff, vs.
'l B M. QOODFRIEND, De-
n.'n p. m QOODFRIEND
IU,If> iDK AVENUE
N'KW YORK, NEW JERSEY
A ?,? J' BR*8 V "RDER ED
'ji lUEli too serve a copy of
fwer to plalnurrs Hill of
pit for Divorce, a copy Qt
* enclosed herewith, to the
attorney, and rile the
office or the clerk of
ourt, Dade County,
or before the 9 dav of
II m kT".**, ""' :"''-K'ionR
" taken as confessed
t&ttSS- *">**. .
B. B. I.EATHERMAN,
Sealthe Circuit Court.
By WM, W, stocking,
,,,,.., .Deputy Clerk.
VD,MAL1& '-ASKY *nd
In Road
for_ Plaintiff
' NANMDEERL ^TITiOUS
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Inng to engage In
i name of
PROMOTION at
... .....,.,., MMH fin
dleorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Con-
<**" will .....ntered against you.
Dated this 19 day of April, 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,n. _cl"rk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIQE,
EMANUEL LEVENSON?ePUly CU"*
Attorney for Plaintiff,
J07 Blscayne Building,
Miami, Florida.
4/21-28 5/5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i.s AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERy, No.
EDWARD A. OLYNN, Plaintiff. VI.
FLORENCE OLYNN, Defendant.
Ti l; FLORENCE IILYNN
^u Locust Hill Avenue,
Yonkers, New York.
vi ill ARE REQUIRED to serve a
cop) of your answi r i the bill '.f
complaint on < 11 plalntlff'i
and i.ic the original answer In tlio
office of the Clerk ol I he t'h to
on or before the 2 day of J ,
n i he ab ive el titied ausi :
otherwise a I lecree Pro Conl
be ntei i : aga Insi j ou.
IIATE11 U ..- b of M i I960
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk ol the Circuit Court,
(Circuit i'ourt Seal)
Bj \\ -M. W. STI KINO,
,,,,........ i'' putj Clerk.
EMANUEL LEVENSl >N,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
607 Blscayne Building,
Miami 82, Florida.
6 5-12-19-28
B)nSAl'FSf,i
27ili
I '.Miami, Florida
f -;id name with the
I, ult Court of Dade
pfHgED ADLER
IFINKELSTEIN
'" Alfred Adler
N^D|RLArw;T,T,OUS
~ "EllKIIY GIVEN that
.1;::-;|';|, to engage in
i IN TV l1'ul"."lV.'^u', iiiime pi
. \V .-)lH AyCTIONEBRB
-
ik, '. '-':''' sal'l name
/.'y; Circuit Court of
! (' !,; IIiiSKN and
-vkixi/ero
' Rosen and
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TOWN VINTNERS, at 690 N. W.
13th. Street. Miami, Florida, and at
12260 N. E. 13th Court, Miami, Florida.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
HAROLD F. COYLE
ELIZABETH BLANK
V THERESA MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
MARION JJUEHLING
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
4/21-28 5/5-12
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 "f
Miami, County of Dade, Intends to
ri'gistcr said name with the Clerk of
the* circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
SYLVIA SAL/.MAN
1/14-21-28 5/5
Sachs. El Al
Lot 9, Block 5, Little River High-
lands, A Sub., i'l.H Book !', Page 129,
I" the County of Dade, State ol
Florida, as embraced id certificate
No. 7rxis. The assessment of said
property under the said certificate
Issued was in the name of Chas. F
Dalnes.
I."i 18, Block S, Natoma Manors, A
sub.. Plat Book 21, Page 18, in the
County of Dade, State or Florida, as
embraced iu Certificate No, 9680. The
assessment or said property under the
said certificate Issued was in the
name of Kathleen M. Carter.
I^ot 11. Block 4, MeKeever Terr., A
Sub.. Plat Book 9, Page 49, in Ibe
County of Dade, Stale of Florida, as
embraced in Certificate No. 12882, The
assessment of said property under
the said certificate Issued was in the
name of Unknown,
Lot 12. Block i. MeKeever Tei aci
A Bub., Plat Book 9, Page 49, in the
County nf Dade, state of Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No. 12383. The
assessment of said property under the
certificate issued was in the name of
Unknown.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, tin- property
described herein will in- s.ii,i t,, the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday in the month
of June, A. I). 1959, which is the 5th
day of June, A. D. 1980.
Dated this the 25th day of April,
A. D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C. STERRETT.
Deputy Clerk.
4/2S 5/5-12-19
THERESA MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
MARION FREHL1NO
MICHAEL BLANK
...___ JEROME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
t/tl^nijiifz Applloanti
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Lewis Apartments at i2n Normandy
Drive, Miami Beach, wrteud to register
saai name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad,. County, Florida
ALFRED LEWIS
RAE LEWIS
STANLEY RICHARD
Attorney for Applicants
120 Lincoln Road
4/21-2S 5/5-12
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
| IF l-'l.' iltll 'A. IN ANI i l-'i IH I lADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN CHANC-
ERY, No. [32333.
ROSE SLOTZ, Plaintiff, vs. MOSES
KLOTZ. Defendant
TO: MR. MOSES SLOTZ
R. 1). No. 1
BOX 275
West Albany, New: York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFED that
a Bill or Complaint for Divorce has
bean filed against you, and you are
hereby I'equil i-d ti, SCI Ve a Copy of
your Answer to the Bill or Complaint
on the plaintiffs attorney, ana file
tli.....iglnal Answer In the offk-u "t"
tho Clerk of the Circuit i'ourt on or
before tile 29th day of May, 1>.~.ii, m
default or which, the Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confess,-d against vou.
DONE and ORDERED al Miami.
Dado County, Florida, this 28th day of
April, 19S0.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clei k of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj WM. W,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engage in
In slness under the fictitious name of
PHYSICIAN'S PHARMACY, at 1431
North Bayshore Drive, Miami Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDWARD WEISS
4/21-28 5/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KNdX DISTRIBUTORS, at 690 N. W.
13th Street, Miami, Florida, and at
12260 N. E. 13th Court, Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
HAROLD F. COYLE
ELIZABETH BI,ANK
THERESA MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
MARION PKEHLINU
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
4/81-28 5/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DOCTORS' HALL PHARMACY at 36
S.E. 8th Street. Miami, Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
I County, "Florida.
CHARLES M BROWN
WILLIAM HARAD
KATZ & FULLER
Attorneys'
4/14-21-2S 5/5
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
1204-0" Pacific Building
Miami 32, Florida
Phone: 82-7974.
5, 5-12-19-26
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Hit fictitious name of
Gables Surplus Center nt 215 Alhambra
Circle, Coral cables, Florida, Intend
to register s;iiii name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HAROLD T. SIEGEL
CLARENCE SIEOEL
1/21-28 5/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Craftwood Products at 275 N.W, 27th
sr., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Bade County, Florida.
ROBERT l. SHNAYERSON
i Iwner
I :' 5 5-18-19-28 6/2
NOTICE UNbER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Mercury Construction Company, not
Inc., at 7S0 S.W. 10th Street, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IRVING L. EPSTEIN
(iwner
4/14-21-2S 5/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hut
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHEF FOODS at 2317 N.W. 7th
Avenue, Miami, intends t., register
said name with the Clerk il the Cir-
cuit Court or Da.ie County, Florida.
i;i ILD-RICH Cl IRPI ?RATH IN
By Audre) Esther Goldflnger
Vice President
5.3-12-19-86 8 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hie undersigned, dea ring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUN CITY VINTNERS, at 890 N.W.
13th Street, Miami, Flotilla, and at
122S0 N.E. 13th Court, Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
HAROLD F. c iYI.i:
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILLER
Ri iSE BLANK KRAMER
MARION FREH LING
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME BLANK
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
5,5-12-19-2ti
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Williams Resort Wear at 120-41 N.E.
1st Ave., intend to register said name
MAURICE BNYDERMAN
ALBERT RASHINSKY
4/11-21-28 5/8
ICE
;'U'>
I
TV C,R.EDITORS
In- iV,,,V,:E'S I'OURT
C)R, DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE, No.
JATE OF
N, WIGDOR,
''/' All Persons Hav-
1''"lands Against Said
'^'.|'ulrn,^V?U "re nere,,y
'ie, '"..J"'csent any
'."" whi'ch you, or
l'n 1' tSfJ? "Sainst the
inly, Florida, to the
'".' ",".,^'""ty Judge
i |hl. n f".e tl,p same In
ntv 1.-1 "nty ''"urthoiise
nty, Florida, w-lthln eight
I ''"from the date of tho
WntalPSt S;li" ota,V "'
I-d i 111 ,0 b.e sworn to
l OB U'IGDOR
Kt%o1 &c >- WlU and
!' of Solomon Wlgdor,
[=nid,N ^,.KAPr'A-**
>< Miami, Fla.
r/rexecutors
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1.11890.
BARBARA CLEMENT, Plaintiff, vs.
EUGENE CLEMENT, Defendant.
YOU, EIliENE CLEMENT, c/o Hyde
Park Arms Hotel, :!ir. South Harper
Street, Chicago, Illinois
are herebv notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney, MAN It. SILVER,
022 Beybold Building, Miami, Florida.
and file tho original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 10th
dav of May, 1950. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11 day of April, A.D.
,E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade
Countv, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
Green Trading Co. at .,:;'! North .Miami
Avenue, intends to* register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
MILTON IRVING GREEN
i iwner
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
I :> 5/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Noi'lci-: is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
Coasl Electric and Lamp C<. at ::ir,i>
N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Fla., In-
I. nils to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOUIS 8. RICRMAN
4/14-21.28 5/5
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY .IIDCi: S COURT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 22124.
RE: ESTATE OF
SHIRLEY I. HE ARMOND,
Deceased.
Nol'IC;': is hereby given t tin t I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Ancillary Ad-
ministrator, C.T.A. of the estate ot
SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, deceased;
and thai on the 2:i day of May, 19S0,
will apply to the Honorable \V K
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
Countv. Florida, for approval of Bald
final report and for final discharge
as Ancillarv Administrator, c.T A.
or ih.* Will Of SHIRLEY L. DE
ARMOND, lie.easel.
This 2Mb day of April. I9S0.
MAN It. SILVER,
MAN 1! SILVER
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator, c.T.a.
5 5-12-W-26
MAX R. SILVER
22 Seybold Building**
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/14-21-28 5/5
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltlons name of
MIAMI COTTON EIBER COMPANY
nt 3010 N. W. North River Drive.
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID POTTASH
ELRY STONE
Attorney rvn David Pdttash
4/21-28 5/5-12 *
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PARK BAR AND GRILL at 1527 West
Flagler Street, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM J. BOISH
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN AND KAPLAN
Attorneys for William J. Boish
4/7-14-21-28 5/5
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FUR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24014.
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH KARP,
I leceaeed
To ah Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estates:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which v-ui, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of JOSEPH KARP, decas.-.l,
late of Miami Beach, Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file tfce same In his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight cnlendar months
from tho date of the fimt publication
hereof. Said claims or denjands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same wll
bo barred. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Date April 17, A.D, 1950.
ESTHER KARP.
As Administratrix of the Estate
of JOSEPH KARP. Deceased.
DIANA COOPERSM1TH
285 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Attorney for Administratrix
4/21-28 5/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAKI.1N EQUIPMENT CO. (not inc.)
I Calais- Drive, Miami Bear!'.
Intend to register said name wit'i the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
Countv, Florida.
BERNARD RODIN'S
MARY II. P.ol'INS
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
5 5-12-19-26
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ATTORNEYS!
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vJewlsHlcrknaiF
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i
Gables Groups To
Install Officers
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins and
Alvin Corenblum will be installed
as presidents of the Coral Gables
B'nai B'rith Lodge and Women's
Chapter, at an installation dance
on Sunday, May 7. at 8:30 p.m. at
the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, past
president of the Women's B'nai
B'rith Council, will act as install-
ing officer for the Women's Chap-
ter and E. Albert Pallet, past
president of the Greater Miami
B'nai B'rith Council, will officiate
as installing officer for the men's
unit.
The ceremonies will bo followed
by refreshments and dancing, it
has been anounced by Mrs. Na-
than Bloom, chairman of the af-
fair and Dr. Leonard Glickstein.
co-chairman.
Other officers of the Women's
Chapter to be installed include
first vice president, Mrs. Sidney
Suss: second vice president. Mrs.
Al Gold: recording secretary. Mrs.
Irving Stemerman; corresponding
secretary. Mrs. Sam Freeman: fi-
nancial secretary. Mrs. Arthur
Winkleman: treasurer. Mrs. Her-
man Brenner; historian. Mrs
David Parnes; monitor. Mrs. Wm.
Htchler; parlimentarian. Mr-
Herbert Weiss: elected board
members. the Mesdames Al
Papier. Hy Friedman, Al Bass.
Irving Matlin. Jack Toback. Wil-
liam Epstein Ruben Traven and
Lawrence Simpkin: ho:iorar\
board members. Mrs. Nathan
Bloom and Mrs. Sam Schulefand.
Officers of the lodge to be in-
stalled include: vice president.
Lewis Pomerantz: recording sec- <
retary, Edward Miller; corre-
sponding secretary. Ted Wayne;
financial secretary. William Ep-
stein; treasurer. Herbert Weiss:'
chaplain. Jerome Adelman: war-
den. Sidney Haskoe; guardian,
Harold Goldhagen: trustees. Eu- '
gene Seidler. Dr. Leonard Glick-
stein and Oscar Greene.
KolhsK in Installed As President
Of Hebrew Free Loan Association
Samuel Rothstein was installed | Loan applications opened this
j r ty,n n.af*r Miamil week. A committee to accept these
as president of the Gieatei Miami. ,ications will be at the corn-
Hebrew Loan Association a* i munity center from 2 to 4 p.m.
! ceremonies at the Miami "Jewish! every Tuesday.
Community "
Si:3"" Scholarship Given In
cutive director ol
Snter^efas*
5AY-MAY5iJ
installing officer
and Harola
I S h a p ir o was
| featured speaker.
Other officers
i installed w e r e
j Isidore Schwartz.
' first vice presi-
i dent: Mrs. Louis
, Block, second
vice president:
treasurer; Mrs.
in honor of Mrs. Mary Feinberg
of Allentown. Pa., and Miami
Beach, has been presented to the
Chicago Medical School by Jacob
Feinberg and family.
The school is one of the five
fully accredited medical schools
in Chicago. Its students come
from all over the country, and
Rothstein | admission policies are based on
A. Rosenberg, j scholarship and character merit
Lillian Snyder, j only.
financial secretary; Mrs. Murray The subsidiary scholarship plan
Fleisher. recording secretary; nas been established by the school
Mrs. Fred Ochs, corresponding. to make up the difference be-
secretary. tween what a student pays in
Members of the board of di- tuition during his four years, and
rectors are Mr. Asch. Mr. and I the amount of money the school
Mrs. Kam, Mr. Cherinsky. M. has to expend during that time
Kamer. Mrs. Litt. Mr. Nevelsky. to maintain the high quality of
S. Okinoff. Mr. Rapkin. Mr. and j training required.
Mrs. Sakowitz. Mr. Switchkow. ------
D. Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Wein-
traub, Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman,
F. Zicree.
Quartin Bar Mitzvah
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JAY. MAY 5, 1950 +Jenlsti fork/ton PAGE FIVE I'll Say... irpit meaning Americans are disturbed by news „ men ts coming out of Germany. They thought kazification would change the German soul. They r ieved to learn that the Nazi spirit is reviving. are reminded of a French saying: The more nes change, the more they remain essentially the "e No-.v it comes out that the efforts of American buoation Forces have been a waste. Germany con" to remain the land of Nazism. [lure of Denazification Ml this is no news to Jewish readers. We have watching the uncomprehending American rials governing Germany since Hitler's defeat. F jgh leaders have been constantly pointing to the lurgencc of anti-Semitism. But anecdotes are most tealing" se Koch, called the Beast of Belsen, who a passion for lamp shades made of human skins, set free by Gen. Lucius Clay. This instance of nerican sentimental drivel reveals an entire policy. Jjve U. S. Commissioners thought the Nazi leopard Cs changing his spots. They couldn't see that the mge was merely painted camouflage. Is* German Nature would seem that Germans en masse would have le protective instinct for their own safety and well Vug. But such is not the case. A superficial glance [their history would show the.contrary. The Nazis the best example and exemplars. A generation [o the world thought the Germans were going off i e beam. Actually they were acting according to Uir real natural and truest instincts. IFor a thousand years, the German masses were kained to the soil like beasts of the field. They fgarded the liege lord in the castle as semi-divine. 1776. many Englishmen refused to fight their lood kin in the Thirteen Colonies. The king of lesse-Cassel had his peasants weighed and measured. Bie German-Hessians were herded like cattle and fcld to George III at a minimum of $50 per head, k the colossal efforts of a thinking few to break the fetish of the divine right of kings in the The Unchanging Germans By HARRY SIMONHOFF Teutonic mind. After much blood and tears, privilege was overthrown, and the Rights of Man established. The change came not from the herrenuolk but from France, where under the banner of Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity, the French brought a sense of dignity to all mankind. For awhile it seerrfed that the democratic way of life was rooted so firm and securely that no one would ever rise to question, much less to challenge, a system designed to bring peace and safety to all men. The world, including Germany, seemed at last free. Then came Hitler. Hitler It is not surprising that a psychopath, driven by neurosis and fears of insecurity, would compensate for his inferiority with dreams of power, glory, and dominion. Insane asylums are filled with such megalomaniacs. The astonishing thing is that millions of Germans should deliberately march to the polls and voluntarily throw away their freedom, attained after so much sweat, toil and bloodshed. It is inconceivable how normally sane people would vote to entrust their possessions, their lives, their country, their future to a madman. Plutocrats and Intelligentsia Nor does the blame solely rest upon the masses. The German DuPonts made Hitler's victory possible with their influence, their money, their resources. These blind plutocrats, anxious to save their wealth from the "welfare state" acted like the miller in the parable, who called in the tiger to protect the grain from nibbling mice. But far more guilty were the learned fraternity, the professors who preached the gospel of the super race that had attained the acme in science, philosophy, music, and industry. The German intelligentsia prostituted intellect and soul to the vilest despotism that every enslaved and degraded the soul of a nation. Jews in Germany There is concern in some circles about the future of Jews in Germany. This attitude seems indefensible. What are Jews doing in Germany? Why should they remain in the charnel house of their families and friends? The Displaced Persons and the refugees have finally been transported to Israel. A strong effort is being made to remove the sick, the aged, the infirm. Should we be concerned with the Germanphiles who choose to remain? No decent, selfrespecting Jew should put his foot on German soil, except to see the consequences of Hitler's madness and folly. Those Jews who are enamored of German blood lust and beastliness should be abandoned to the fate of their own choosing. The Future German Menace The character of th Germans has not changed within historic times. They are as brutal, as swinish, and as beastly as they ever were. The democratic process is as much out of place there as in the jungle. A nation of goose steppers are most happy in serfdom when under the heel of a ruthless tyrant. The world might as well reckon with that element cf German character, which it can neither soften, nor improve, nor trust. The soft peace and sentimental attitude of some Americans is deceptive as it is naive. The Germans have been defeated in two wars. They are waiting for a third war t*> take revenge. Some folk have a set opinion that in the coming struggle between East and West, the Germans are the natural and willing allies of the U. S. Such people do not comprehend the lessons of Gerrrtan history. Chanceller Audenauer is already singing Deutsehland Uber Alles while conferring with former Nazi generals how best to rearm. The ex-Nazis are now playing off one side against the other. If she can bargain the best terms for national agrandlzement, Germany will not hesitate to join forces with the Soviet Union. 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>AY, MAY 5. 1950 ^ Jmisl, ffnridljriri I. Sinai Auxiliary i Hold Meeting nnual general meeting of the jremembership of the Mount 1 Hi spital Women's Auxiliary Lied for Friday, May 12. at L at Temple Beth Sholom. [of Miller A. F. Ritchie, of sity of Miami, will be |t speaker, and Max Orovitz. Idpnt of the hospital's board t : nd Samuel Gerlner, J tor, will also address nee of the AuxiliHospital" and the L I Value of Personal 1 individual" will be Joint ca of the day, aclg | >] -. Samuel Simonliofl' raTn n. L II auxiliary do-partIs will be heard and exhibits I B volunteer rorps are i will be shown in tio. Eleetions will [i | I in the business I l s M < Dobrin, founding | auxiliary, will be president for life. iring on the slate of ude Mrs. Monte nt; Mrs. Samuel %  I viee president: 11. Krensky, second vice dent; Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. ident; Mrs. Harold I general vice presiMrs. Carl Weinkle, second ^:il v: president; Mrs. Louis er, third general vice presiHarry Markowitz. lirer; Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, lant treasurer; Mrs. Morris pn. corresponding secretary; Lei n Ell, recording secreMrs. William H. Bernstein, ii secretary; Mrs. Nat L. H, assistant financial secK-, Mrs. Harry Platoff, audi[Mrs. Isaac Levin, parliaarian. oinated for election to the [nominating committee are jfesd; mes Aaron Farr, Harry p, Leo Robinson, MortoK ck, Morris Alpert. Samue' bpiro. Julius Oshlag and G rstenfeld, with Mrs bid Glickman and Mrs. Her[Wepman as alternates. litional nominees for HIP Of trustees, a large group of I I] carry over in office | year, are th> I % %  i B iss, Abraham %  I. C. Greenberg, Harry : tilda Ratner, Hcr1 Albert Snider and S Good win Heads Hea*h Masada PAGF ELEVEN %  pd To Meet I directors of the ) Chapter of B'nai i I on Thursday, [I I p.m. at the home of Pa ; Denner, 4431 Prairie |Mi in Beach. Dorid Goodwin Elected to serve as president of Miami Beach Masada for the year 1950-51 is David Goodwin. Goodwin has been identified with Zionism for 15 years. He sei ved as first vice president of the Beach group during the past year. Goodwin succeeds Gilbert Rappaport, who held the office for two terms. Also chosen to serve as officers for the coming year are Abraham Schafer, first vice president; Stanley Spieler, second vice president; Monty Popover, treasurer; Art Hirschbein, financial secretary; Doris D. Aronson, recording secretary; and Bertha Brucker, corresponding secretary. Debate Winners To Get Awards At Lodge Meeting Robert Miller and David Starke of Miami Edison High School, winners of the state-wide debate contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'lith. will receive trophies at the next meeting of the group on Tuesday, May 9. at 8:15 p.m. at Beth El Congregation. The students will re-enact the final session with the runner-up team, also of Miami Edison, Dale Sappenficld and Jack Rensberger, debating the question of a liberalized displaced person's bill. Jerome Weinkle will award gold trophies to the winners and silver loving cups to the runnerUD team. Sherburt Weiss is in charge of the program. Dr. Routtenberg To ; Speak At Institute Dr. Max J. Routtenberg, vice president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, will be the luncheon speaker at the third • annual convention and Institute on Conservative Judaism to be held by the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue in Orlando on Sunday. May 7. Dr. Routtenberg s subject will be "To Whom Does the Future Belong?" Albert Morrell, of Orlando, chairman of the convention committee, announced that after the luncheon a seminar will be held on "What Does Conservative Judaism Mean To Me?" Chairman ot this seminar will be Han i GendZier, Jacksonville, vice president of the United Synagogue, and the discussion will be led bv Sanders A. Tofield. Jacksonville, a member of the Rabbinical Assembly Commission on Law and by other lavmen who will give their pers ihal experiences and points of vie Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, of Nashville, will deliver the closing address at the plei ion to begin at 4:30 p.m. Rabbi Hertzberg. who recently visi ed Isri will discuss the relationship and effect that the Jewish State will have upon the future of American Judaism. Sol Singer, of Columbus, Ga., will preside at this session and the closing prayer will be delivered by Rabbi Morris Chapman of St. Petersburg. it & l lladassah To Meet Monday The Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah will hold a meeting on Monday. May 8, at 8:30 p.m. at the Beach Y. The program will be highlighted by a review of John Hersey's "The Wall" by Mrs. Leo Levin, an address by Frances Lebon commemorating the 25th anniversary of the founding of Meier Shfeyah Village by Junior Hadassah and an appropriate tribute to motherhood in honor of Mother's Day. Election of officers will also take place and the following slate wTl be presented: Lillian Goodman, honorary president; Marguerite Marx, president: Dorothy I Parker, vice president; Frances Lebon, vice president; Dora Keller, vice president; Harriet Klein, treasurer: Bea Cypress, corresponding secretary; Jean i Berman. recording secretary: Molly Katz, financial .secretary: i.Ceil Cook, chapter board reprei sentatives. At the recent installation banquet of the Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz. first president of the club, was awarded a plaaue in recognition of faithful and dedicated service" during his term of office. The plaque was presented by Harry Sir kin. president of the congregation. Pictured above are Dr. Mechlowitz. left, being congratulated by newly installed president. Julius Jay Perlrr.utter. right, as Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, looks on. JITMT TWENTY-SECOND SEASON -1949-1950 I %  I MODESTE ALLOO, M.sicol Dir.etor MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Sunday. May 14—3:00 Monday, May 15 -8:30 FRANK EDWINN AMERICAN BASS —SINGLE TICKETS 1 50. 1.80. 2.10. 2.40, 3.00 Co r ,, "• r .** / 31 *•£** fR BOYS Lake Osceola iQersonville, 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 „?''Swimming Pool* • Rich. Cultural Program .J-aRe Activities • Sabbath Services *?. Medical Staff • Horseback Riding asoned 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 To Attend Memorial Leo Berg, president of the Marrmarosh Federation of Gr< ater Miami, is leaving for New York, where he will attend a memorial service for all Marrmarosh members who have passed away. 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Miami 18 SINCERE YOUNG MAN 5 ft. 7 in. Divorced but not isillusior.ed, no children. Perbnable. fine family backpound. Presently employed in kstaurani line in N. Y. C. fould like to hear from undernding Floridian and event\Uy settle there. WRITE, BOX 87 *OOKLYN 14. NEW YORK TRUCKING BOND TRANSFER. Inc. :AL & LONG DISTANCE MOVING Phone 2-3144 1812 N. W. 7th Ave. New ADL Pamphlet Released In State Release in Florida of Professor Charles E. Lindblom's "America's ; Needs and Resources," latest in ; the series of Freedom Pamphlets published by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, is announced by Gilbert j. Balkin, director of the league'-, Florida regional office. As an "animai." the average American could live on about 12 cents a day's worth of food, the pamphlet points out; but as a "social being" and an American citizen, his actual minimum needs are many and complex and range an uie way irum vai.ea a„u palatable meals to the social and psychological needs of acceptance and status. This is the definition of AmerI tea's needs used by Professor Lindblom. The new Freedom I Pamphlet, published in cooperation with the American Education Fellowship, is partly cased on tne noted Dewhurst Report, sponsored by the Twenuem Cemui/ Fund. Only in the proauction and consumption of clothing, shall we be likely to fuitili Americas minimum needs in the next decade, the author points out. In food, housing, medical care and education, we shall probably fall from 15 to 25 per cent below our minimum wants—and even this forecast pre-supposes that we suffer no serious depression and unemployment. Members of minority groupsreligious, ethnic, racial—within the general population, the author states, fall far short even of the general average. Discrimination in housing, employment, education and the like, put additional burdens on groups which are usually economically depressed to begin with. Dr. Lindblom presents a comprehensive plan for the next decade in order to fill up the tragic gap between what we need and what we have. Dr. Lindblom is associate professor of economics at Yale. He has also taught at Wisconsin and Minnesota, and is at present.engaged in research and writing on the problems of economic planning within the framework of a democratic society. His recent book, "Unions and Capitalism'' has been widely praised. Copies of "America's Need and Resources," as well as all other titles in the Freedom Pamphlet series, may be obtained at the Florida Regional Office, AntiDefamation League, 330 Seybold Building, Miami. ^JewistincrkUar f worik ..? %  '. "*• %  1003 Household H////.V t >X^*d, n Savers Come in today for your free copy! "1003 Household Hints" tells you how to sove time and money on your kitchen, garden, home, car, utilities, housecleaning, decorating, and insurance. Learn how to make wash day easy. Find "new uses for old things." 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^wiisltUEIIiDiFiidliiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY b—NUMBER 18 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS iai Services 2,947 Patients In Smathers Defeats hs Of Operation, Orovitz Reveals! Pepper In Primary jal meeting of the of Mount Sinai hos^ld at 3 p.m. Friday in Elected to serve on trustees were Moses | Abraham Goodman, Kane, J. Gerald !ley C. Myers, Dan thur Ungar, Leonard Id Jacob Ziskind. "who will continue to liexpired terms on the [Leonard Abess, Jack 5am Blank. Mrs. Max F r i e d 1 a n d, Leo JDr. Morris Goodman, %  berman, Baron de |er, Max Orovitz, Herer, Monte Selig, Jacob lam D. Singer, Harry leph Stein, Mitchell |d Carl Weinkle. ient of the board of Irovitz reviewed the lount Sinai hospital sning. >inai was opened on I 5, 1949, and five fere admitted the first lid. Alton Road hospiFly operated by the li group, was closed the tid the patients there lerred to the new hosend of the first week he said, there were |in the hospital. he continued, "we bed 2,947 patients in |1. At one time we reached a peak of 214 patients in RpfArfl VAIA Click the hospital daily. Now we are! % %  v*VI II TUIC V/Oil running in the neighborhood of 180." In a pulse-raising election, remJShJlSP^n n W regular 1 .>' : Plete with many surprising deemploying 372 persons—a ratio of over two employees to each patient, Orovitz said. "In les9 than five months of operation, we have performed 16,349 laboratory tests, taken 4,971 X-rays and given 593 transfusions. Some 428 major operations and 765 minor velopments, Congressman George Smathers defeated incumbent Claude Pepper to become the democratic nominee for the United States Senate. Although carrying the state by opeYations have been^erYorme'd? I a more than 68.388 lead Smathers er M.n.ster of State. He said that he said. I lost Dade County to the New Deal | Britain's recognition of the anThe maternity floor of the hosj standard-bearer by 947 votes, i nexation of the Arab part of p.tal opene* late Orovitz re, M than offsetting this surpris Palestine by Transjordan does not hive been born there The Negro I ^ defeat in his home territory, "PP* t0 the P art f Jerusalem S3f3£FJ?Sl3l Re, the middle-of-the-road advocate M by the Arab Legion, in view end of January, has treated 37 almost upset the 14-year senator • of Britain Accords De Jure Recognition To Israeli Recognizes Annexation Of Arab -Palestine By Transjordan LONDON, (JTA)— Britain this j ter said. "His Majesty's Governweek officially accorded de jure|ment wishes to reaffirm its conrecognition to Israel. At the same | viction that the problem of time, it recognized the annexation Palestine is capable of solution by by Transjordan of the Arab part | peaceful means, given goodwill of Palestine. A formal announcement to this effect was made in the House of Commons by Kenneth Youngthe fact that the status of patients. Over 1,650 emergency patients have received care at the hospital, he added. "Our kitchens have served 57,347 meals to patients since they were opened, and employees have been served 47,873 meals," he said. Orovitz concluded his report with some laudatory comments in Pepper's own bailiwick of i Jerusalem has not as yet been Hillsborough County where both %  settled by tne United Nations, sides had believed a landslide 1 vote for the incumbent would be counted. Final returns in that area were 28,977 for Pepper which was an edge of only 3,553 over Smathers. Also victorious in Tuesday's finale to a campaign that for genabout Samuel Gertner, executive eral public excitement surpassed director of the hospital. "Ever | the presidential election of_ 1948, since Mr. Gertner agreed to accept the top administrative position at the hospital, he has manifested a thorough knowledge of hospital operation. Much of the wonderful work accomplished at Mount Sinai was either the result (Continued on Page 4) were Robert Floyd and George Okell, State Legislature, with a run-off between Stockdale and Dante Fascell to take place May With regard to Britain's recognition of Israel, the Minister of State said that the British government was unable to recognize the sovereignty of the Jewish state over that part of Jerusalem administered by Israel pending a final determination of the status of the city. Similar reservations, he declared, were made on Israel' 1 : boundaries with the Arab states. The British Minister told Parliament that Britain will not estaband understanding on the part of all authorities concerned. It is the earnest hope of His Majesty'* Government that the steps it has now taken will help create stability in the areas concerned, and will, therefore, make a contribution to peace in the Middle East as a whole." Winston Churchill, welcoming the announcement by the British Minister, told the members ol Commons that President Chaim Weizmann of Israel and King Abdullah of Transjordan have always been staunch friends of Great Britain. He urged the British government to bring these two "eminent men" into closer harmonious contact. He asked whether the British government i.s embarking on such a course. Replying to the question, Mr. Younger said that he was glad to associate himself with Mr. Churchill's remark about Dr. Weizmann and King Abdullah. He revealed that the British government will attempt to bring the seat from the 4th District., Fof Purchasing Agent Joyce topped his opponent Calvert by more than 1,500 votes. Winners in the School Board race were Collins, District 1; Graham, District 2; as lodge president. Kabbi Irving and Henderson, District 3. The Lehrman will deliver the invocaschool bond issue was also ption and civic leaders are expect| proved M a climax to the voting ed to attend the event. in Dade County. 23rd Bill Lantaff won an easy I lish military bases in peace time I head of the Jewish state and he victory over Cannon and Mrs. in the parts of Arab Palestine i ruler of Transjordan into contact. Warriner for the Congressional annexed by Transjordan, although I He expressed the hope that the To Address Beach Lodge lation Banquet Sunday Night Jil!, editor of the onstitution, will be peaker at the annual of oficers of Miami Ige, B'nai B'rith, at lemonies Sunday, May the agreement existing between j action announced today will help Britain and Transjordan provides solve the Outstanding problems Israel and the Arab JNF Council To Mark Lag B'Omer, Mother's Day With Tree Selling Drive between states. Britain's decisions \alph McGill p.m. at the Saxony Riding journalist, orator traveler will arrive in p.m. Sunday. He will be airport by Chairman pmick, and Jack Gold, Channing, Herbert id Saul Genet, memcommittee. Jill tell of his experipael where he visited Persons camps, internew settlers, and [js impressions of the residents. A series %  dealing with the new pel, written by McGill, appearing in a local Jral journalist was ^e honorary degree of iws by the University June, 1949, at which was principal speakluniversity commencelises. K. Newman, Miami rney, will be installed In commemoration of Lag B'Omer and Mother's Day, the Jewish National Fund Council will conduct an intensive drive to sell trees for Israel, according to Daniel M. Broad, acting chairman. The campaign is scheduled to get underway this weekend and continue through May 14. Jewish National Fund speakers will address the public on every Jewish hour on local radio stations on Sunday, May 7. Slated to speak are Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. WTTT, 10 to 10:30 a.m.; Samuel Prosterman, WINZ. 12 to 12:30 p.m.; Saul Ashkenazy, WMBM, 5 to 5:45 p.m.; Mrs. Ida Karger, WFEC, 2:30 to 3 p.m. At a recent meeting of the council held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Broad reported that over $4,300 was collected during Tag Day. At the meeting it was also decided to hold Flower Day the last week of May or the first week in June. Florida Philharmonic Being Established A Florida State Philharmonic Orchestra, planned and incorporated in 1943 and held temporarily in abeyance because of personnel difficulties during the war-years, is being re-established at its Miami headquarters this spring. Final plans for a symphony orchestra composed of 100 topnotch professional musicians, recruited from music centers all over the country, are being made by New York Conductor Georges Zaslawsky. for the establishment of such bases in any part of Transjordan. Emphasizing that the British government considers for the j municated today to time being the armistice line as the boundary between Israel and the Arab states, Minister Younger said that while not recognizing the sovereignty of Israel over the Jewish part of Jerusalem, it recognizes the de facto authority of the Israel government in Jerusalem. "In announcing these two acts of recognition," the British Minis| were cornIsrael and Transjordan by her diplomatic representatives in Tel Aviv and Amman. The six other Arab governments who are members of the Arab League were similarly informed this week by Britain of its decision to extend de jure recognition to Israel and recognize the annexation by Transjordan of the Arab part of Palestine. Miami To Mark Israeli Independence, Admission To UN At Mass Meeting Greater Miami will celebrate the second anniversary of Israeli Independence and the first anniversary of her admission to the United" Nations on Sunday, May 14, at 8 p.m. at a mammoth rally at Flamingo Park (in case of rain, Miami Beach Jewish Center, 17th and Washington Ave.). The Honorable Bartley Crum, who recently returned from Israel as personal emissary of President Truman, erstwhile member Anglo-American Commission on Palestine and author of "Behind the Silken Curtain," will deliver the principal address. Others on the program will include Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami; Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, international secretary, World Federated Women's Organization; the Rev. George H. Ricks, minister, Miami Shores Presbyterian C. i Church; I. R. Goodman, chairman, Zionist Council of South Florida, and Rabbi Max Shapiro. The meeting will be held undei the auspices of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Christian Palestine Committee and the Zionist Council of South Florida. Gables Congregation To Begin Construction Off House Of Worship The First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will soon begin construction of a house of worship at Zamora Ave. and Galiano St. according to Abraham Malotf, newly elected president of the group. Charles P. Nieder us architect. The main building will be 31 by 95 feet and the kitchen wing, 17 by 35 feet. The outside walls will be constructed of masonry and faced with quarried KeyStone from our own Keys. In keeping with the modern trend. the windows will be large and constructed with aluminum casements. Acoustical ceilings will be featured throughout he building. The fully-equipped kitchen will be modern in every respect. Outstanding feature of the building will be its flexibility and its adaptation to what ever its need. Folding doors are to be constructed enabling members to use this building as a chapel, several classrooms, or as an auditorium for the various events.



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w PAGE SIX Ms**** Jlcridliain Dr. Andron Named Academy President Dr. David S. Andron. Miami Beach civic leader, was re-elected president of the Hebrew Aeade:nv. of which he was founder. for the fourth consecutive term. Elected to serve with Dr. An •-. were Isi,!.>:<< Goldberg, Satin, Pan! Grossinger, ahon, Harry Levitt, Ha : v Genet, •nts: '.Silvi r Danii B S i M. I li • I D M %  • Dr, l\ is %  %  %  • 1 i %  • -IN Man nl %  : • •:'. A .1 i \ %  : I'n II •• : %  : %  K. St. E. Sol • %  I' • I l.i II • %  IValdman.Ii d %  %  : \\ %  Z Sholem Lodge Ladies To Install Mrs. Leonore Curtice, newl] elected president of B'nai B"rith Women of Sholem Lod*:e. will be installed at ceremonies Tuesday, May 9. at 1 p.m. at the G Restaurant. Other officers to be recognized at •.lie' rites include Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, fust \.,.' president: Mrs Harold Pont, second v.,. lenl: Mrs. rlarvi 5 1 ;• Mrs R \'.-. Frank ta r y: Mrs Abe Aronovitz, secretary; Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, *..*' &f .* J irian; Mrs. Max !'•< gman. *•> an; Mrs SamMilli f**A**. pi 1 sentative. Milton .'. Pi :. dman ". ;i! as ins r and S Aronovitz \\ il! offei the invocation. %  vocal • n :.; Mrs. Tina K Mrs. Leonore Curuce May Queen To Be Chosen At Dance %  • M D .. • %  by thi Flagler-G n unity Center on Sunday May V. Club 11 of a Ma;.Qui •". itl .:.elude Sunshine Axlrod, Miami and a floor show will [1 tions by Dorothy Rothstein, lyric si prano, v. red %  vaudeville, concerts, radio a:id summer stink in N't!* York. Hialeah-Miami Springs Group To Name Officers -Miami Springs "Jewish C munity Center will elect :<..:.. meeting >n Wednesday, May 10. at 8 p m. at the .h City Hall. The group is formulating plans n installation dinner to be n Monday, May 20. RayL ird is* chairman of tiie • which will I %  Hal Murray, R( .-• obtained bv calling John, Strunin Miss Caid.n Miss Rothsteiu i'ropical Womoii Install Loaders Mrs. Melvin Benner was installed as president of Tropical Chapter of B'nai B"rith Women at an installation banquet held at the Raleigh Hotel Sunday nigt\t. Also installed were Mrs. Sam Kessler, first vice president: Mrs. Louis Wilson, second vice president: Mrs. Shirley Saval. recording secretary: Mrs. Herman Feldman. corresponding secretary; Mis. Irving Laibson. treasurer; Mrs. Jos. Feldman. financial secretary: Mrs. Harvey Michaelson. ] historian; Mrs. Leon Epstein, sentinel: Mrs. Irvying Cypen, j counselor. Tli South FloHcin Citizens ti nmiiiittrf To lU'ft'xt The Mandl Kill you to a acr.erci Tuesday, May 9, at F M. "n the Meeting Hall •e '.he Club Bali, at 240 N. E. Sth Street. Bear lionThe Mundl Kill Ait pels: 1. Academic Freedom 2. The Liberal Movement 3. Religion 4. Our System of Law B Masada; A Br .' vish C is, C iral Gabl .1 Veti ns Dollj !. 11; Marilyn n.-nn. Phi Sigma Sign Flora Seltman. B'nai B'rith Youth: i. e Emmer, Beth David Married Coup: la Caldin, Miami Beach Junior Hadassah. 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 PRICES SLASHED S5C.C0O Fishing Tackle Slightly Above Cost TIRES New Cars Come Equipped with the Kind of Tires We Oiler You! U. S. TIRES 600-16-$8.77 (Plus Taxi FRIDAY, Frat Honors Pallot E. Albert Pallot, Miami attorney, was recently initiated as an honorary alumnus brother of the University of Florida Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. Born in Springfield, Mass.. Pallot has resiaed in Miami since 1927 and has practiced law here, since 1933. 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PAGE FOURTEEN +J**toitfhr*0aMn K '' %  < ; i i LEGAL NOTICE IXOAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK EIJ5VKNTH JUDK-IAI. I'lRCflT OP FLORIDA, IX AND FOR OADK COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 132479. MAX S. LEVIN, Plaintiff, vs. SARA K. LEVIN, Defendant. TO: SARA K. LEVIN e/o Mrs. Riva Cordero 25 East Mosholu Parkway Apartment i'-I'. Bronx, New York. You. SARA K LEVIN, SN hereto notified that a Bill of Comi Divorce has !>-<-n flle'l against and you are required to serve .< 1 0] %  of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill, of Complaint on h Plalnl 0 Attorneys, Oenel A Genet, 4S0 I Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answ. In tn offlce of the Cleric of the Circuit 1 on or before the 5th. day of June. I5i If you fail to do so, Judgnu default will l>e taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill 01 1 plaint. This notice sh llshed once each week for lour consecutive weeks In the Jewish Florldlan. %  \ E and 1 'RI 'ERED at Miami, • lay of May, A.D 19 %  K B LEATMERMAN, 1 I 1 '.''.in. I •.!.!. County, Florida. (Circuit Court S. al 1 By it. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION INTHK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OPFLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. ANNIE RABINOWE JODOVICH. Plaintiff, vs. PHILIP JODOVICH, Defendant. VOL'. PHILIP JODOVICH, 229 Ash[ burton Avenue, Yonkers, New York, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed : you, and you are required Serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney. MAX R. SILVER, 2J Seyboid Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk .' tilt Circuit Court on or before the 1st day of June, 1950. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief den anded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd dav of Mav, A.D. E B LEATHERMAX. Clerk, -Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By YVM. YV LEGAL NOTICE GENET AGENET 121 Lincoln Road Beai h, Florida Atton laintlff 5 5-12-19-26 H RICE. JR.. Ity Clerk. MAX R SILVER %  •:_• s.ybold Building Miami, Florida" Attorney for Plaintiff 5 J-12-l'J-:'6 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE 4ST4i NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Ben Boskin, holder of Everglades Drainage District Tax Sale Certificates %  <- 194" I ed 1 I Certll He In m> office, and has 1 ed to then ordance with law. es thi follow ted In to-wit: Lot : B ft • -. '• %  1 r MI S ta t. I' • %  • l.-sued was In tlu 1 wn. Unless Ii • :• % % %  lum \ %  %  I%  • 1 this %  A.D E B LEATHERMAN, Cli Dade 1 • 1 1 V 1 ..%  %  s;, By X. C. PTERRETT, 1 _,. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND TOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA — IX CHANCERY, No. 132405 HELEN SNYDER, Plaintiff, vs. JoSEI'H SNYDER. Defendant. 1 TO: JOSEPH SNYDER. c o Goodman. 83 Bleeker Street, New York City. New York. I YOU ARE NOTIFIED a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed I against you in the above cause and ire required to serve a copy of your Answer on the plaintiffs attorney and file the original in the office of j the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 29th day of May. 1950: I otherwise the allegations of said Bill I of Complaint will be taken as conI fessed by you. May 1st, 1930. E B. LEATHERMAX, clerk "' the Circuit Court. 'Circuit Court Seal) Ey WM. W NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOB FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY' JUDGES COURT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA—No. 22485. RE: ESTATE OF -SARAH RAPHAEL, ALSO KNOWN AS S. RAPHAEL, deceased. 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I R I I %  '' 1 i fu < Personally Speaking Cantor and Mrs. J. Rubin of Staten Island. N. Y., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. Schenkman, 1355 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moses of New York announce the birth of a son at Beth David Hospital in that city on April 33. Mrs. Moses is the former Shirley Bernstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein, 1610 N.W. 34th St., who are in New York to attend the bris. Visiting his family in West Orange, N. J., and New York City is Lewis Greene of this citv. %  Dr. and Mrs. Jack B. Wolfe, 2835 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Sharon Leslie, at St. Francis Hospital on April 27. The mother is the former Ruth Rosner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner of Miami Beach. Mrs. Frieda Rappapcrt and her son, Jack, have moved from 2136 N.W. 8th Ave. to 1136 S.W. 5th St. Mrs. Edward A. Platkin of 1460 West Ave., Miami Beach, I Betrothal of Miss flew to New York Sunday night, April 23. to be with h mother Craviu !" ^j&*% !" J£ JulnTs ^Zfsol Carl Lu !" d^ who underwent an emergency operation. m Deborah Group To Elect Officers Deborah Group of Hadassah will hold its last regular meeting of the season on Monday, May 8, 1:30 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel, Miami Beach, acording to Mrs. Louis Gidney, president. Election of officers is scheduled with the following nominations: I president, Mrs. Philip Greenberg; vice presidents. M rr.. Bernard Fuller, Mrs. William Levy, Mrs. Lester Sale: treasurer. Mrs. Maurice Rich: financial secretary, Mrs. Samuel Rubin: corresponding secretary, Mrs. Sam Deutsch: social secretary, Mrs. Joel Newman; recording secretary, Mrs. Martin Lundy; parliamentarian, i Mrs. Lewis Gorfine. Members of the board will include the Mesdames Max Gopman, Sanford Kramer, Sam Glennor | Coolik. Al Levine. Harold Russe. Jack Courshon. Joseph Pomer1691 Nethia Drive, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein, 4528 S.W. 1st St., announce Mrs. Joseph C. Cravitt. 3008 S.W. Donald Taylor. Alex Arthur Rose, Sanford Louis Gidney. Milton the birth of a son. Barry Rcy, at Doctors Hospital on Aprtf 18. 26th St. Both former stv The bris was held on April' 25 at their residence with Rabbi tne University of Flori April S. M. Machtei officiating. Mrs. Bernstein is the former Arline Kleber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kleber. -* Visitors who planed in from London, Ontario, to spend a three-week vacation at the Delano Hotel are Mrs. Sarah Sherman and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Alex Sherman. Welcoming them on arrival at the Delano was Mrs. Anne Kaufman, Miami Beach resident. Mrs. Kaufman, a former neighbor of the Shermans in Canada, is planning many festive events for the visitors. Longtime friends of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Broad, and Mr. udents at da. Miss Cr?v:tt and Mr. Friedson will be married on July 30. "?M w „ Sch0 1 cJLS will sponsor a game* nl"7 M:i, ' this week after spending the winter with Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. ^^oTs^Zf^Tlt^XZn Mccntei ot this city. The reverend was accompanied by his i Hy Fried, as accompanist. Mrs daughter-in-law, who will attend the unveiling of a monument | Emanuel Goldstrich will be to the memory of her mother on Sunday, May 14. -* -* Announcing the birth of a dauahter, Doris, are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver. 1740 S.W. 11th St. The baby was born Monday, April 24, at St. Francis Hospital. Mrs. Silver is the former Ruth Salisbury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Salisbury of Norfolk. Va., who were here for the event. -* -* Dr. and Mrs. Sol Selevan of Miami Beach announce the emcee. A special feature of the affair will be the presentation of life memberships by Chairman Mrs. Simon Wolff. Officers to be installed include president, Mrs. Alexander Robbins: vice presidents. Mrs. Edward Mencher. Mrs. Louis Stoff. Mrs. Gilbert Goldman: recording secretary. Mrs. Alan Herron: corresecretary. Mrs. Fred bS wni C h S K ?H S i rt ay 'u Ap, S JV *? L Sinai H0S P ital The;| P ommerstc.n; financial secretary; ens will be held at the hospital Saturday, with Rabbi S. M. I Mrs. Murray Reckson: trees vlachte i officiating. Mrs. Norman Babel; chai Hadassah Chorus To Give Concert surer, chaplain, L. Mrs. Leon Kronish. TnuHti.wi-1 r.t.t. „ lfrs Bessie Nelson is installa• %  %  :• %  ••Jewish music u well tion lunchi n hairman and Mrs dern songs familiar in Israel j Louis Stoff is in charge of reservA^Ube included ;n the program, ations. .: %  • %  Choral Gr up of the Greater M : Hadassah will first annual concert on We lm • laj May 17. at fi Si at the Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Mian Beach. -•" % %  % %  ', %  ::•; i :' —I of all • ssah groups the Greater Miami Chapter less thi n • th sug? st f Mrs. L. E. 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I I PAGE TEN 9-JmistncrkHan & ; *s >' Singer Names Committees Appointment oi three committees was announced this week by William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fedoration. Joseph R. Stein was named head of the nominating commitlla \ Woodman Opens To Meet Monday Law Offices The Miami Beach Group ol Hadaasah will hold its las: ing of the season Monday. 8, Bt 1 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, according to Mrs. ander Kogan, pn In keeping with the theme of the meeting, "H i Ha< all pasl ; ats ol up will be honored as tee. Work In him are Joseph •< H adassah mothers." They include Duntov. Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Harry Mrs. Isid re Cohen, first prea Platolff Dan B. Ruskin, Mrs. dent; and the .". Hei-ber' Seller. Joseph Schein-1 Plant. Sol Leslie. Max Dobi ".. berg. Sam Silver and Mrs. Car] S a Simonhoff, Joseph WilliamWi inkle. son, Barney Weinkle, Milton Heading the constitution and i Sirkin. Harold Spaet. Abe Goodbv-laws committee is Col. Elry! man. Benjamin B. Goldstein. Stone. Members of his unit are %  Tribute will also be paid to Mrs.. Aaron Kanner and Milton Sirkin. Harry Platoff. financial secretary The committee will present >f the group for the past twelve changes in the constitution at a years, meeting of the board of governors Opening prayer will be given on Thursday. May 11. Appointed to the committee investigating complaints about an excessive number of campaigns in the Jewish communitv were Jack by Mrs. Louis Glasser. president of Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations, and Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on "Hadassah Serving as hostesses during the Pioneer Women To Hold Fete Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach will mark the >nd birthday of the State of Israel and Mother's Day at a special celebration on Thursday evening. May 11, at Kneselh Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid j Ave., according to Mrs. Henry J. Seitlin. president. Rabbi Morris Skop will be featured speaker and t\*o films "Song of the Negev" and "Work of the Pioneer Women" will be shown. Hebrew and Yiddish songs will be sung. Admission is one dollar and proceeds will go to the Jewish National Fund. -SSLSY! Ablin. Sam Friedland". Abe Good' Women in our Community." man. Aaron Kanner. Dan B. Ruskin. I. L. Mintzer and Harry Sirkin. social to follow will be the Mesdames Irving Westin. Bernard Goldberg, Jack Udell and Joseph Mazo. Boxes Acknowledged Mrs. Marie Balaban, tiOO 15th St., Miami Beach, this week receivi : lael of th I Hi rgai i ol Obituaries Dai'id Goodman HARVEY ROSENBAUM %  %  which ted the new Arabdes< %  ••\v for youi y ur n : \ Fun. ing to con-1 ; I Mr* Balaban. %  %  S.W 8th.St., passed away Til SciilliiK l.rikini David C. Goodman announces the opening of his offices for the AO of law at 605 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. He will be associated with his brothers-in-law. Marvin L. Kimmel and Seymour Larry Kimmel. The young attorney received his bacheloi of arts degree from the University of North Carolina after which he served 8 MOLLIE VATERSKY • v '. %  -\ :. ~ Abi Hi K • n i .i .-!-:. Mrs %  N'I V i k i ensign in the navy. He received his law degree from the University of Miami. Goodman is the son of Dr. and Mrs Morris Goodman of Miami Beach D n, B1 s ume *Wr^ "'• Seymour M D ^ consulting p SV( ho PfWce in Miami fe3 parent group 0 f .V^ school at tin L'n • r South Dixie'HiJh Road, on Friday, M £ subject wil'raj Children." The fili .V"* of R, and discussed. ^"I FOR RENT— POIID ROOMS ANDTWo ME AUDITOR*",^ Also completely ....,„ Kosher Kitchen V&* M.tzyahs, Car Prt^"?"* Meetings. Plenty 0 ,p' nd I PHONE SIDNEY H^J % 'HONE SIDNEY H ?! 4-5922, F0R ^ M SHOSHANA DAMARI AT LAST! and Accompanied by Mossheh \\ "i. SINGING STARS OF ISRAEL in the POPULAR SONGS OF ISRAEL The ONLY Israeli Recordings Made by RCA Six 10-Inch Unbreakable Records $4.50 Per Album (plus 60c postage & handling) RABBI I. H. SHOULSON 1389 N. W. 7th St., Miami p„ 82 W50 'v.i., L'luthing merchant. Survlvoii %  son Hai i j Frank lulwiiui To Sin" Here A young man from Miami Beach whose bass-baritone voice has sent the New York critics rushing to their dictionaries for superlaTo Select Leaders Nominations and election of R PmfteSm: m'o brlS IT ves wiU bc soloist wilh the officers and members of the board "' MorrU Llmmer, ..f WashUniversity of Miami Symphony for the ensuing year will be the : '. M "'' r 5S' M Rbcca Orchestra on Sundav. Mav 14. at business of the day when th. • p %  %  .. .'' %  %  'SUS&H I p m and Monday. May 15. at Mount Scopus Group of Hadass..h %  6 Interment by %  ; rd in,.,:., 8:30 p.m. at Miami .Senior High (formerly the Miami Group' School. meets on Monday, May 8. at 1 MORRIS KLEIN ** e is Frank Edwinn. whose P.m in Burdine's auditorium. %  "•'•. 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IY. MAY 5, 1950 L BGAL NOTICES I OF INTENTION TO MAKE ^PLICATION FOR FINAL OISCHARGE v-i-v JUDGE'S coI'RT, DADE 'l-V FLORIDA.—No. 22Z10. IT Hi-' Ej \i :'i:, formerly Iv IAKKE GREEN, Deceased. l.-K hereby rlven that l have re 'I and petition %  ae Executrix, of *i I for the Jaffe, formerly Mary eased; nd t tui t on .1 May, I960, will apply bie W. I-'. Blanton, i i lade County, Florida. i i final report and irge .is Executrix of M iry Jaffa, formerly deceased. ut April, 19S0. IOAJJ ANN SILVER, of the Bat. of Mary formerly Mary Jaffe aaed. ;T' I.N'E \. cutrlx .28 BTlCE OF PUBLICATION IIHTIT COURT OF THE EJITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ii'liiii'A IN ANI> i-"' iK DA HI-: grr. IN CHANCERT, No. BRINE WVNER, Plaintiff, vs. ; \ 1:1 • WYNERj Defendant. -|:N Mil' WVNEB Unknowp 5RD WYNER Drothy Kubin Noi ih Carolina j'.KHNAHD WYNER, are here|fi,il thai a BUI of Complaint „ %  ii ,-n filed against you. pqulred in serve a copy Answer or Pleading to the i Complaint on the plaintiff's Theodore .1. Sakowlta, Esq., %  >0|d Building, Miami, Florida i tli. --in.il Answer or PleadMie office of the Clark of the 1 Court mi or before the 15th %  by, I960, If you fall to do so, nt by default "ill he taken mi for the relief demanded Bill of Complaint. AND ORDERED at Miami, this 7 day of April, A.D. I-:. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit I'ourt, Dade County, Florida. C Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. frtr.K I SAKOWITZ l> -Lllng 1 I'l.iintiff LEGAL NOTICE vJewisli ncrHdn&n PAGE FIFTEEN LEGAL NOTICE BROOKLYN You are ii Copy of yoiii N. Y. by required to serve a answer to the B r rompialnj for Divorce on the Pah? "' s attorney and to file the oi answer In the Office of the i i the Clrcull Couri in and far i ,. '„| 'nty, Florida, on ,„ %  before the before tli** May. 1950: otherwl jmplalnl for Divorce heretocon%Jsl e d d b? e y ou n """ "^ arWAftAgSaSr*" ,is '" B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Clrcull Court ril .„„„ ,. ,,: "<" County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) Bj I w.M. \v. STOCKING I Name and Address ,,r 1 '""" v Clark, Plaintiff's Attornes NORMAN It. LYONS, 914 Olympla Building Miami, Florida 4/21-28 5/5-12 |OER OF PUBLICATION I'IRCI'IT I'dl'HT OF THE 5XTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT XD III'A NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS VTm, ,NAME "-AW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In R-nJSrSS £?&&..*& 'tetlttous name .lilSON DISTRIBI'TORS. nt <;:,„ N.W. >-< h „ gfrMt Miami, Florida, and at n. 26 | N K ni Urt Mi: "" i: M inSS? ? KF 1 '^ ,ald anle wilh t"o c.^h,r,,,;,: i,iuit couit <>' !" SAMUEL BLANK HAROLD F. COYLE ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA MILI.KR R"SH BLANK KRAMER MARION FREHLINQ MICHAEL BLANK JEROME BLANK MYERS, HEIMA.V & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 4/21-28 5/5-12 NOTICE OF^APPLICATION FOR CHAPTER 2H722 ACTS OF 1941 £&$£?&* cs sale Certificates numbered :•:.< : 12J8J i2 „i 1JM .'i 7 "" s : ; '-"' 1 -' :;v ""J v '• w ,""-• ?' daj oi May, .'ni, ", l: 'r,: "' "U"< In my • ',;"" ,'' %  "> a Icatlon for '. %  liifi, V "' l88Ued thereon. Bald '..,,"' embrace the following deKJSSffl ,the C Ify of • %  o Florida, to wit: of UoU*P& Sac' ''"" '•' £'"lng 1.05 Acres more wiesJ Ptat Dads % I''*" IM of said property u i ate Issued was In i > name of LEGAL NOTICE the the Sill, • "ouritj %  said cerGrei nfjeld vliiages, lm %  l l?i, B fe ck -• •'""""• Heights, A 1 l; '! ll "V k 19. P HI the ol Dade .State of Florida, as "" l "" %  'i In Certificate No. 1298 The tne said certificate Issued was in the berty City, A "ge 79, in the name of Merlon Platl i-"i 7, Block l,:l tub., Plat Hook 7, Page (, I I,','',",'?' ','• a U '-^"'"' Ptorldk. M 55222SLI" '.• %  "":': %  "•• N„. tt u. The the .I..-S.-II..I,I of said property under the said certificate issued was in name of Dave Screv. ni A Y£Jh 18 4P. l0 £ k }• Islington Hgts A Bub., Plat Book 13, Page 61. In the County or D„.I,., state of Florida, as embraced in Certificate Ni llle NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIV'EN that he unileisn;,,,,|. d..irlii K t„ cnease in ; l i s ,'.',".'. SH l "" 1 1 Iu '' fictitious nai r ASBURY APARTMENTS at 341 RW itu Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. QEOROE STi INK LILLIE STONE l.< H'lS STI INE SAR.VH K STONE ELRY STONE Congress Building, Miami. Fla, Attorney for OEOROK STONE, LILLIE STONE, :.nn.-. STONE and SARAH K. STONE 5/6-12-19-28 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBtt QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name "i pblc Press at 865 N. K. 69th Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. ,-„,v,. I IT1 > PRESS, INC FRANK E, SOLOMON Attorney for Applicant 4/28 5/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ._ NAME LAW NOI'ICI-! IS HEUKiiv GIVEN thai I,"'-'' he uinlersmneil, desir|n B to encase in •>•:•• %  l-rsinesK un.ier the fictitious name of rx, Ji7' CE BY PUBLICATION ,N 1 ., T M;.v-" U l IT ''"FRT OF THF. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY ^ORTOA. IN CHANCERY. No! CATHERINE BUTTER, Plaintiff, vs. HAROLD V. BUTTER, JR., Defendant, TO: HAROLD V. BUTTER, JR 9517 77th Street, Ozone Park, Lone Island, New York ><>l ARE REQUIRED to Berve a copy of your answer to the Pill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney and rile the original answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit "",\ CI\'VNCFV'Y X N Y >V : f Vl I.N CHANCERY, No. I960, in the above entitled cause for the .i IODFRIBND, Plaintiff, vs. 'l B M. QOODFRIEND, Den.'n p. M QOODFRIEND IU,If> iDK AVENUE N'KW YORK, NEW JERSEY • A ?,? J' BR *8 V "RDER ED •'JI lUEli too serve a copy of fwer to plalnurrs Hill of pit for Divorce, a copy Q t enclosed herewith, to the attorney, and rile the office or the clerk of ourt, Dade County, or before the 9 dav of II £m KT".**, ""' : "''-K'ionR "• taken as confessed t&ttSS*">**. !" B. B. I.EATHERMAN, Sealthe Circuit Court. By WM, W, STOCKING, ,,,,.., .Deputy Clerk. V D, MAL1& 'ASKY nd •In Road for_ Plaintiff NA N M D E ER L ^TITiOUS IS HEREBY GIVEN that Inng to engage In i name of PROMOTION at ... .....,.,., MMH fin dleorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Con< % %  **" will ntered against you. Dated this 19 day of April, 1950 E. B. LEATHERMAN, n cl "rk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIQE, EMANUEL LEVENSON? ePUly CU "* Attorney for Plaintiff, J07 Blscayne Building, Miami, Florida. 4/21-28 5/5-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i.s AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERy, No. EDWARD A. OLYNN, Plaintiff. VI. FLORENCE OLYNN, Defendant. Ti l; FLORENCE IILYNN ^u Locust Hill Avenue, Yonkers, New York. vi ill ARE REQUIRED to serve a cop) of your answi r i the bill '.f complaint on < 11 plalntlff'i and i.ic the original answer In tlio office of the Clerk ol I he t'h to on or before the 2 day of J !• %  • n i he ab ive el titied ausi : otherwise a I lecree Pro Conl be • ntei i : aga Insi j ou. IIATE11 U .._ %  B of M i I960 E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk ol the Circuit Court, (Circuit i'ourt Seal) Bj \\ -M. W. STI KINO, ,,,, i'' putj Clerk. EMANUEL LEVENSl >N, Attorney for Plaintiff, 607 Blscayne Building, Miami 82, Florida. 6 5-12-19-28 B) n S Al'FS f,i 27ili I '.Miami, Florida f -;id name with the I, ult Court of Dade pfHgED ADLER IF INKELSTEIN '" Alfred Adler N^ D | R LA r w ;T,T,OUS ~ "EllKIIY GIVEN that 1 ;: : ; | ';|, to engage in i.~.II, m default or which, the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confess,-d against vou. DONE and ORDERED al Miami. Dado County, Florida, this 28th day of April, 19S0. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clei k of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) Bj WM. W, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that tin undersigned, desiring to engage in In slness under the fictitious name of PHYSICIAN'S PHARMACY, at 1431 North Bayshore Drive, Miami Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD WEISS 4/21-28 5/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KNdX DISTRIBUTORS, at 690 N. W. 13th Street, Miami, Florida, and at 12260 N. E. 13th Court, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK HAROLD F. COYLE ELIZABETH BI,ANK THERESA MILLER ROSE BLANK KRAMER MARION PKEHLINU MICHAEL BLANK JEROME BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 4/81-28 5/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DOCTORS' HALL PHARMACY at 36 S.E. 8th Street. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade I County, "Florida. CHARLES M BROWN WILLIAM HARAD KATZ & FULLER Attorneys' 4/14-21-2S 5/5 LEO SHEINER Attorney for Plaintiff 1204-0" Pacific Building Miami 32, Florida Phone: 82-7974. 5, 5-12-19-26 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Hit fictitious name of Gables Surplus Center nt 215 Alhambra Circle, Coral cables, Florida, Intend to register s;iiii name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAROLD T. SIEGEL CLARENCE SIEOEL 1/21-28 5/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Craftwood Products at 275 N.W, 27th sr., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the •circuit Court of Bade County, Florida. ROBERT l. SHNAYERSON i Iwner I :' %  5 5-18-19-28 6/2 NOTICE UNbER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Mercury Construction Company, not Inc., at 7S0 S.W. 10th Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING L. EPSTEIN (iwner 4/14-21-2S 5/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hut the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHEF FOODS at 2317 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, intends t., register said name with the Clerk il the Circuit Court or Da.ie County, Florida. I;I ILD-RICH Cl IRPI % RATH IN By Audre) Esther Goldflnger Vice President 5.3-12-19-86 8 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hie undersigned, dea ring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUN CITY VINTNERS, at 890 N.W. 13th Street, Miami, Flotilla, and at 122S0 N.E. 13th Court, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK HAROLD F. c IYI.I: ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA MILLER Ri iSE BLANK KRAMER MARION FREH LING MICHAEL BLANK JEROME BLANK MYERS. HEIMAN &• KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 5,5-12-19-2ti NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Williams Resort Wear at 120-41 N.E. 1st Ave., intend to register said name MAURICE BNYDERMAN ALBERT RASHINSKY 4/11-21-28 5/8 ICE ;'U'> I TV C R E DITORS IniV, ,V, :E S I'OURT C) R, DADE COUNTY IN PROBATE, No. JATE OF • N WIGDOR, ''/' All Persons Hav1 ''"lands Against Said '^•'.|'ulrn,^ V ? U • re nere,, y 'ie, '"..J"'csent any '."" w hi'ch you, or l'n 1' tSfJ? "Sainst the inly, Florida, to the • '".' ","•.,^'""ty Judge i | hl n f ". e tl,p sam e In ntv 1.-1 nty ''"urthoiise nty, Florida, w-lthln eight I ''"from the date of tho WntalPSt S ; li ota, V "' I-d i 111 ,0 b e sworn to l %  %  OB U'IGDOR Kt% o1 & c >- WlU and £!' of Solomon Wlgdor, [ = nid, N ^,. KAPr A -** ><• % %  Miami, Fla. • r /r executors NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1.11890. BARBARA CLEMENT, Plaintiff, vs. EUGENE CLEMENT, Defendant. YOU, EIliENE CLEMENT, c/o Hyde Park Arms Hotel, :!ir. South Harper Street, Chicago, Illinois are herebv notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, MAN It. SILVER, 022 Beybold Building, Miami, Florida. and file tho original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 10th dav of May, 1950. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 11 day of April, A.D. ,E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious nan f Green Trading Co. at .,:;'! North .Miami Avenue, intends to* register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MILTON IRVING GREEN i iwner MYERS. HEIMAN & %  KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant I :> 5/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Noi'lci-: is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or Coasl Electric and Lamp C<. at ::ir,i> N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Fla., InI. nils to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS 8. RICRMAN 4/14-21.28 5/5 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY .IIDCi: S COURT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 22124. RE: ESTATE OF SHIRLEY I. HE ARMOND, Deceased. Nol'IC;': is hereby given t tin t I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A. of the estate ot SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, deceased; and thai on the 2:i day of May, 19S0, will apply to the Honorable \V K BLANTON, County Judge of Dade Countv. Florida, for approval of Bald final report and for final discharge as Ancillarv Administrator, c.T A. or ih.* Will Of SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, lie. easel. This 2Mb day of April. I9S0. MAN It. SILVER, MAN 1! SILVER Attorney for Ancillary Administrator, c.T. A. 5 5-12-W-26 MAX R. SILVER „ 22 Seybold Building** Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/14-21-28 5/5 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltlons name of MIAMI COTTON EIBER COMPANY nt 3010 N. W. North River Drive. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID POTTASH ELRY STONE Attorney rvn David Pdttash 4/21-28 5/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS' HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PARK BAR AND GRILL at 1527 West Flagler Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM J. BOISH Sole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN AND KAPLAN Attorneys for William J. Boish 4/7-14-21-28 5/5 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FUR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24014. In Re: ESTATE OF JOSEPH KARP, I leceaeed To AH Creditors and AH Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estates: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which v-ui, or either of you, may have against the estate of JOSEPH KARP, decas.-.l, late of Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file tfce same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight cnlendar months from tho date of the fimt publication hereof. Said claims or denjands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same wll bo barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date April 17, A.D, 1950. ESTHER KARP. As Administratrix of the Estate of JOSEPH KARP. Deceased. DIANA COOPERSM1TH 285 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach Attorney for Administratrix 4/21-28 5/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAKI.1N EQUIPMENT CO. (not inc.) I CalaisDrive, Miami Bear!'. Intend to register said name wit'i the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado Countv, Florida. BERNARD RODIN'S MARY II. P.ol'INS GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Fla. 5 5-12-19-26 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 far messenger service. 1 i ."i i i l i ;l .> % %  i %  1.



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w PAGE TWELVE vjewist fkridi&r FRIDAY, MAY i W RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Tempi* israei (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th Si. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening services Rt 8:15. Dr Kaplan will conduct the services an.l .iieaU on "The Magic Number Seven." Saturday morning services ;ii 11 a.m. T>r. Kaplan will preach "Judaism is ;i Religion for the Living." Cenfirnuilion claaw will participate. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk SiHollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Early Friday services ;ii 6:30. I.aic Friday services at S: 1 ." %  Lug B'Omer— Observance "t" Ital.l.: Akiba Memorial Month. Sen %  • i" be conducted liy the youth. Saturday morning services at 9:r.t>. Rabbi will pleach on the Weekly Portion of il\.' Law Religious school Sunday at 1" a.m. I.ai; U'Omer picnic wiil follow for parents ami children Temple Emanu-El iRetorm). 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. Rabbi. Rabbi Ranson will conduct the HftjvKe Hii-l speak on "Faith In (Sod The public is Invited Hebrew school at the temple Saturday at :• a.m. Religious si hool Sunday at 9:4a. Temple 13etn bnoiom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening Bervlces at :ir.. Kaidil Kronish will speak on "The Future of the American Synagogue." Mother's Day Sabbath service at 10:45 H.m. Mother-' "!i: 1.1 luncheon will follow thservice in the banquet hall. Miami Hebrew Scnooi and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12lh Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at fi:.tO. Saturday morning at :•. The rabbi will i> ak on "Jewish Optimism." Miahna df) -. m :in followed by Mlncha and Sli.los Sudof Pallj service 7:3" a.m. and 6:30 p m. Sunda> si hool at i" a tn. Hebrew school from :'.::" to •; SO Congregation Beth David (Con| servative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. i %  %  %  ... : ser\ ices a; 6 30 Services Saturday morning at :•. Double Bar M v&< f Robert, son of i M;\ and Mrs l Glasser, and son of Mr ami M: s Herschel VVarnei Barbai i Carolyn Warner .. Idon, will respoi I %  %  | ivnl bi other thi pulpll Servli • al 6 p.n ide %  Sabbath Repast" with a di• •' • ethics ol oui .1 b> Rabbi Shapiro. Stud ".•!.. hold its services idu i a Hebrew .-. hool dally al :: Sunda> -. hool at 10 Dally i ei. tf ->• v .. ;, ; ,,,.,] .Mincha ami 0 \ ai i> p iv,. Coayic jciiun Knese'h Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. v irlv 6 IS • %  I Bvei : f .'•• \t i R ibbi tun % %  Thi '• f thi Mil followed by SedUlU* i. a..'. t '.:• %  %  kgUI St.M t 1 ally lieInvw ii ndaj Mishna aftel ....... • RervIces at S • %  : I N. W. Ra'.ig.ous Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Baturday morning at 9:00 i Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Mo-hay P. Mann. Friday evening services at 8:15. conducted by Rabbi Mosliay I'. Mann with Dr. l'aul Heck as cantor Sermon topic "ill be "What to Live for as a Jew Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Sabbath evening rrvices at Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Serv Friday night at ii: Saturday i night at S Mincha services followed ii> shaloa Seudoe. Bervlcea Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. and ••:.:" p.m. AH Voting Israel members in the area are tMend T'Fereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Friday evening services at 8:15 p m Saturday 9:10 a m with Mincha at ;.\li residents in that area are to attend. Congre-ation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Pi Ida %  e\ rnlng sei vices 11 •' : 0 p m. Saturday morning eervlcea a: : i Mln.ha at :. p m followed bj Shudo* I -a I) se: vices a m pin Ri I h.ol dall) at S.i>: Sunday %  < hool at 10. Heerew Academy. 918 6th St. Miami Beach. Dally Bible .lass S:13 p.m, Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Sunday at s a.m. Norlhside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Sal.hath services Friday at 8:JO p m Sunday school .lasses every Sunday \t i) ffice of Dr. Win. Boroa. B&S N.W. 8tnd si. Hebrew classes under direction of Rev. Philip Fried at 6701 N W. llh Ave. on Mondays and Thursday from 4 to 6 t>.m. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday morning services at 10. Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. !•'::.lay evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning at i ::. The rabbi will piea.h on the Portion of the u.ek. At r.-.ir. p.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on "Ethics of the Father," followed l Mln.ha al 5:45, Shaloa Seudos and Ma&rtv, Dally services 7:::. a.m. followed by class in Mishna. M pel es at ,; SO followed on Sum ys, Tuesday and Thursdays b> 11 Laws and Customs, and on Mondays an.I IV'ednesdaya by class In Jewish l-.g.-n.ls ,,f the Talmud. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Are. Miami Beach. Rabbi Motet Meacheloff. Friday evening services at 6:30 Saturday morning at e:30. Intermediate Cong at S a.m. Mincha at :30 followed by Shalos Budoa. Rabbi I. Schulman will piea.h on the Portion of the Week. Religious school Monday through Th irsday at 3:30; Sunday school !' a.m. Miami Beach Jewish Commun ity Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at S:30. The rabbi will preach Saturday morning .. es ai 9 Bar Mltsvaha of Morty, son of Mr. aid Mrs Herman Lefkoe, and Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heller. The rabbi will speak on th.. Portion "f the Week. Pally services N a.m. and 6:30 pin. in the hap, I North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive. Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. PrlflaV e\einnservices at Via OfTl Th.. sermon will he "Giving Lag B'Omer a New Meaning." The Reverend will expond a new approach in th.cold war Lag B'Omer .•••:. %  will he held with an I II eg Shabbat. Saturday morning services at !>; Sun.lav school at 10 at Hiscavn.Elementary School. Jr. % %  ne. services at :. Sunday school at 10 at Biscayne ntarj School Jr. Cong services at 11 a m. Hebrew school at the Center Wednesday at 5:15 and Frldaj s at l p.m. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Conservative). Frldav evening services at 8:30 Dr. Abraham. lessen will officiate. An Oneg Shahhat will he served by the Sisterhood. Members and friends are Invited to attend. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday services at I* a.m. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Friday nieht services at 6: Saturday morning at 9. Dally services at 8 >.m. Center Home Camp Registration 0 I) ..iii.l .oil i.m fi\*> +L*IH ..--. If. I I I* • Registration for the twelfth annual home camp of the Miami I Jewish Community Center began j this week and will close June 1,1 according to Max R. Silver, j president. The camp, scheduled to open' June 26 for a period of eight | weeks, will feature a diversified j program for children from five I to 14. Included will be swimming j (twice per week), "metalcraft, informal dramatics, Softball, badminton, nature lore, Jewish holi' day projects, photography, ping' pong, hikes, group games, hasket! ball, newspaper, Youth Council.' leathercraft, baton twirling, folk I dancing. 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7 / PAGE SIXTEEN vJewlsHlcrknaiF : i Gables Groups To Install Officers Mrs. A. Frank Wellins and Alvin Corenblum will be installed as presidents of the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Lodge and Women's Chapter, at an installation dance on Sunday, May 7. at 8:30 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Harry Kaufman, past president of the Women's B'nai B'rith Council, will act as installing officer for the Women's Chapter and E. Albert Pallet, past president of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council, will officiate as installing officer for the men's unit. The ceremonies will bo followed by refreshments and dancing, it has been anounced by Mrs. Nathan Bloom, chairman of the affair and Dr. Leonard Glickstein. co-chairman. Other officers of the Women's Chapter to be installed include first vice president, Mrs. Sidney Suss: second vice president. Mrs. Al Gold: recording secretary. Mrs. Irving Stemerman; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Sam Freeman: financial secretary. Mrs. Arthur Winkleman: treasurer. Mrs. Herman Brenner; historian. Mrs David Parnes; monitor. Mrs. Wm. Htchler; parlimentarian. MrHerbert Weiss: elected board members. the Mesdames Al Papier. Hy Friedman, Al Bass. Irving Matlin. Jack Toback. William Epstein Ruben Traven and Lawrence Simpkin: ho:iorar\ board members. Mrs. Nathan Bloom and Mrs. Sam Schulefand. Officers of the lodge to be installed include: vice president. Lewis Pomerantz: recording sec< retary, Edward Miller; corresponding secretary. Ted Wayne; financial secretary. William Epstein; treasurer. Herbert Weiss:' chaplain. Jerome Adelman: warden. Sidney Haskoe; guardian, Harold Goldhagen: trustees. Eu' gene Seidler. Dr. Leonard Glickstein and Oscar Greene. KolhsK in Installed As President Of Hebrew Free Loan Association Samuel Rothstein was installed | Loan applications opened this J r t y, n n.af*r Miami l week. A committee to accept these as president of the Gieatei Miami. ications will be at the cornHebrew Loan Association a* i mu nity center from 2 to 4 p.m. ceremonies at the Miami "Jewish! every Tuesday. Community Si: 3 "" Scholarship Given In cutive director ol Snter^efas* !" 5 AY -MAY 5iJ installing officer and Harola I S h a p ir o was | featured speaker. Other officers i installed w e r e j Isidore Schwartz. first vice presii dent: Mrs. Louis Block, second vice president: treasurer; Mrs. in honor of Mrs. Mary Feinberg of Allentown. Pa., and Miami Beach, has been presented to the Chicago Medical School by Jacob Feinberg and family. The school is one of the five fully accredited medical schools in Chicago. Its students come from all over the country, and Rothstein | admission policies are based on A. Rosenberg, j scholarship and character merit Lillian Snyder, j only. financial secretary; Mrs. Murray The subsidiary scholarship plan Fleisher. recording secretary; nas been established by the school Mrs. Fred Ochs, corresponding. to make up the difference besecretary. tween what a student pays in Members of the board of dituition during his four years, and rectors are Mr. Asch. Mr. and I the amount of money the school Mrs. Kam, Mr. Cherinsky. M. has to expend during that time Kamer. Mrs. Litt. Mr. Nevelsky. %  to maintain the high quality of S. Okinoff. Mr. Rapkin. Mr. and j training required. Mrs. Sakowitz. Mr. Switchkow. D. Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Weintraub, Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman, F. Zicree. Quartin Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Edward Quartin. 2301 S.W. 24th Ave.. announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Stephen David, to be held at Temple Israel on Saturday. May 6. at 11 a.m. The young man is a student at Shenandoah Junior High School. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will officiate. Cerebral Palsy Parents Council To Meet May 10 The Cerebral Palsy Parent's Council of the Dade County Society for Crippled Children will hold a meeting on Wednesday. May 10. at 8 p.m. at the Roosevei' School for Exceptional Children. 5100 N.E. 2nd Ave. Dr. Jerry G. Hagan. prominent children's dentist, will speak on the topic: "Dental Problems of Cerebral Palsied Children." There will also be a film shown, entitled. "Dentistry for Cerebral Palsied Children." Rev. Fried To Speak The Rev. Philip Fried, spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center, will be guest speaker at a ioint meeting of Congregation T'fereth Israel and its Ladies Auxiliary on Tuesday. 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fffllDAY. MAY 5, 1950 10 Miamians To Attend JWB Meet five delegates from the Miami Jewish Community Center and five f ro m the Young Men's & y oun g Women's Hebrew Association of Miami Beach will join with delegates from 324 other Jewish Community Centers and VM-YWHA's from all parts of the y in mapping 1950-51 goals. orograms and services, for the ? ew jsh community center move! '.,,.at the 1950 biennial national invention of the National Jewish. e Board (JWB). it was announced here today by Max R. SUvei '" d Milton Sirkin. presidents of the local groups. Meeting at the NetherlandPlaza Hotel, Cincinnati, from Saturdav evening. May 6 to Monday May 8, the JWB conclave Will appraise the center movement's increasingly important role in the American Jewish community, plan for its future development and consider how JWB can mote effectively serve the American Jewish community. Silver disclosed. Action on proposals for a policy to guide both centers and JWB in doling with public affairs Questions and the election of a successor to Frank L. Weil. JWB president, who is retiring this vear after ten years of service, are among the matters that will be befoie the convention. Dr. Karl Menninger, worldfamous psychiatrist associated with the celebrated Menninger Foundation at Topeka, Kansas, will be one of the principal convention speakers. He will address the Sunday morning session. May 7. which will be devoted to the then,i. "Roots of Happiness for the Ind vidual American Jew." Another key speaker will be the Hon. Marx Leva, assistant secretary i i defense. Leva's address on the subject "Maintaining World Peace" will highlight a session devoted to consideration of JWB policies and programs related to its services for men and women in the armed forces. Delegates from local institutions are Max R. Silver, Leon Kaplan, Abe Cutler and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, from the Miami Jewish Community Center; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Carl Weinkle. Mrs, Carl Susskind and Gits Jacobson, from the Miami Beach YM & WHA. 1 Mfre Vie For i it i/ciis" Awards Four more nominations for the Outstanding Man ind Woman Awards of 1949 have been received, it has been announc. Chairman Louis Snetman. Miss Betty Ward, youth i [of the Miami Daily News and director of the Youth Roundup, was nominated for "outstanding work with teenagers:" Mrs. John Kroncnfeld for her "leadership in developing the Dunbar Nursery project;" David R a b I n o w i t /.. dramatics and radio director, for his activities in youth work; and Jack Kofoed, Miami Herald columnist, for his "charitable work with the Bay Oaks Home." Nomination will close midnight May 15 and judges will be announced shortly afterward. Official entry blanks are now available at the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, 45 N.E. 1st Ave., and at its branch, 1594 N.W. 36th St. Joseph M. Lipton. president, will award trophies to the winners at a city-wide rally at Bayfront Park Sunday evening, May 28. Any resident of Dade County is eligible for the awards by presentation of his or her achievements on official entry blanks or by letter to the Awards Committee, 330 Seybold Building. liable* Zionists Plan Sfininar Board of directors of the Coral Gables Zionist District met recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Barkin. 2321 S.W. 24th St., to formulate plans f/r a seminar in Zionism, which will be held during the next few months at the homes of members. First such gathering will be held at the home of Mr and Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk. Naphtali Weidberg and Morris Simon were elected as representatives to the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Meeting closed with Mr. and Mrs. Barkin and "their daughter, Lucille, as hosts at the refreshment table. Dinner To Honor Rabbi Rackovsky Rabbi J. Rackovsky The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Tfilah will sponsor a testimonial dinner in honor of its spiritual leader. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. on Sunday, May 7. at 5 p.m. at the synagogue, according to Mrs. Rachel Katz. president. "This affair is being given in appreciation of the inspiration and spiritual guidance which the rabbi has given our group since it was founded." Mrs. Katz said. "We feel it is especially fittini; that this dinner is taking place just prior to Shavuos, when the Torah, the spiritual guide of the Jewish people, was given to them." Mrs. Gussie Zaidman is chairman of the affair. Assisting her are the Mesdames Katz. Bessie Jacobson, Betty Pakula, Rose Kaplan, Lena Kramer, Jennie Hill, Rose Sher, L. Moro. Rose Lustig, Sadie Rosch, Esther Alter and Rebitzen Sarah Bass. Final plans are mapped by Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, lor appearance of Editor Ralph McGill at its installation banquet at the Saxony Hotel. Sunday. May 7. at 6:30 p.m. Committee in charge of the event includes (seated) Jack Gold. Harry Zukernick. chairman, Godfrey Newman, presir'.-nt. Rear, Jules P. Channing. Saul Genet and Herbert L. Markow. COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS $5.00 ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 SUNRAYPAfiK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOB REST. CONVA'.ESCErlCf —_ AND CMKCNIC CASE* us w jo-_court IAMIrfl.0 H1DAJ Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whits and Colored Help Phon 9-5317 — i-727 61 N. 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*T PAGE FOUR *Jmist> Fhrkfian ^AY.MAYv EDITORIAL Kevin And Israel The news that Bevin finally decided to extend full diplomatic recognition to Israel wae no surprise. It was apparent to those who had been watching the scene that, once King Abdullah went through with his intention of annexing Arab Palestine, the British Foreign Office would face a diplomatic dilemma from which it could not extricate itself except by giving full diplomatic recognition to Israel. If 10 Downing Street had failed to give immediate sanction to Abdullah's annexation move, Britain would automatically debar herself from claiming that area as being covered by the Anglo-Jordan defense treaty in the event the Arab League decided to wrest all or part of the territory annexed by Abdullah. If Bevin gave full de jure recognition to Jordan over that area while still refusing to give similar recognition to Israel, he would have been in a precarious position. And so, like the embarrassed gentleman who must kiss a less attractive lady as part of the package in kissing a more lucrative one, Bevin made the bold step of kissing Israel too while his passion was really directed toward Abdullah. Of course, the British Foreign Office innocently claimed its decision was motivated by higher purposes—the establishment of peace and stability in the Middle East. That would be grand if, in the very announcement of recognition, an attempt were not made to circumvent the issue of British sale of arms to the Arab countries. Such a policy is hardly consistent with the professed claim to peace and stabilization. Out cf alleged deference to the U.N. decision on Jerusalem, Britain excluded from de jure recognition the areas of Jerusalem under respective Israel and Jordan control. But the status of Arab Palestine was also created by U.N. action. If Bevin is so reluctant to defy a U.N. decision on &£/* MA 7* y^ niMwi. M. H*4K**<& H J law. To exonerate a person of a crime onji cause of his claim that refusal to perpetralu crime might have exposed him to punishmll a fantastic concept of justice. Had Harlan Z that he was a victim of duress, the verdkT acguittal might have been justified. But Tu there was testimony that Harlan gave the 3 "anti-Semitic" juice of his own and thai worked with a zest and enthusiasm that from within rather than from without The Harlan case, the case of the Bonn den, justifying Hitler's policy of exterminating C. the multiplying instances of desecrations of bj| cemeteries and synagogues and the mounj wave of anti-Semitic manifestations all poi n |J the fact that it may take decades, if not centuritj before Germany rids itself of the stench d| Hitlerism. spread British wings over added territory und| its treaty with Abdullah. To the extent that recognition by a great power! is an achievement, Tel Aviv will appropriately! react to London's move. But it will also keep close I scrutiny over the reluctant kiss from Bevin. Mt. Sinai Services 2,947 Patients In 5 Months Ot Operation, Orovitz Reveals (Continued from Page 1) of, or expedited by. his organizational ability." Getrtner reported that patients have been treated at Mount Sinai f from every state in the U. S.. Canada. Cuba and South America He estimated that half of the hospital patients are local residents, and half are tourists. He said Mount Sinai is the largest voluntary non-profit hospital in the state of Florida, containing 258 beds and 50 bassinets. He said at present there are 140 physicians on the active staff of the hospital. 181 on the courtesy staff and 11 on the consulting staff. The hospital already has received provisional approval from the American CoUege of Surgeons and is now awaiting permanent approval," he said. He added that he considered it a great honor to Mount Sinai that in its short period of operation several outstanding lecturers have deemed the hospital of sufficient influence in the medical life of the community to address its staff. Among them were Dr. Yale N. Levinson, associate professor of medicine. University of Illinois College of Medicine, and attending in internal medicine. Michael Reese and Grant hospitals. Chicago. 111., who lectured on "Peptic Ulcer."' and Dr. Joseph F. MarCarthy, former professor of urology and cheif of department. New York Post Graduate Medical School. Columbia University, who spoke on "Some Aspects of General Medicine in its Contacts with Urology." In order to keep a constant check on the patient's reactions to the services of the hospital, each patient is given a questionnaire to answer before he leaves asking about the efficiency of every department and hospital procedure with which h*> might come in contact during his stav. Gertner said. The results are charted weekly, and thus the hospital can determine at a moments notice what areas of operation need wnprovement He said that in the past two months there have been very few complaints about any of the hospital's services. "Patients who arp abie to moved are often wheeled otit on the lawn to enjoy and receive the benefits of the sun," Gertner said "Of course, no patient is allowed outside the building unless accompanied by an attendant." he addd. Additional recreational facilities for employees are a constant concern of the administration. Gertner said. At present, he added. Johns Island, a two-acre island connected with the mainland by a foot bridge, is being prepared for use by employees. The swimming pool is being repaired and several cabanas are being renovated so that employees may enjoy their leisure hours there. The women's auxiliary also has played an important role in the operation of the hospital. That group has taken over the management of the snack bar. gift shop and library, and works actively in many other capacities, such as nurses' and hospital aides, social worker's assistants, information desk staffers and nursing clerks. Long range plans for the hos! pital include the construction of a new building on Collins Island, a ten-acre island which is part of! j the hospital property. The new i i building, according to Orovitz will contain 300 beds and will j j become the acute general hospiI tal, while the present building j will be used for chronic and con' I valescent cases. Preliminary architect's sketches | {are now being drawn, and thev! | will be ready for review by the I medical advisory board early ir the fall. Orovitz said he hoped I construction would be started by' the beginning of 1951. I "Also in the future is the hope j that Mount Sinai will soon DP able to start a nursing school, and ; become in every sense of the word; a teaching institution."' I Orovitz said, "for where there is good teaching, there is good. patient care." he added. The present building and' : grounds were turned over to the I ; Mount Sinai group by the city of! Miami Beach in February, 1949. i The city, in turn, purchased the hospital from the War Assets Ad[ ministration. Renovation of the j building to prepare it for ade' quate hospital use began immediately under the direction of Dan iRuskin, building chairman, and continued for ten months until the hospital ^as opened. Young Adults To Hold "Kumsitz" The Young Adult groups of Jr. Hadassah. Masada. IZFA and Ycung Judaea Leaders Council will hold an all-day gathering ("Kumsitz") on Sunday, May 7, it was announced by Cantor Samuel Ktlemer, chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. The program will include outstanding speakers. Israeli singing and dancing, sports and a talent show. Working on the arrangements for the affair are Elaine Sachs, Florence Abramson and Rita Ross, singing and dancing; Allan Heller, games; Abe Schafer. transportation. Beverly Raphael. Janice Goldiner, Gil Rappaport. Miriam Scheinberg. Joyce Aronovitz. Bunny Jacobs and Dave Goodwin. Those planning to attend will assemble at the Miami Jewish Community Center and Miami Beach Y at 10 a.m. Sunday School Tests Set For May 14 West Miami Unit To Meet The West Miami Jewish Center will meet at the Biltmore Gardens 1000 S.W. 67th Ave., on Wednesday, May 10, at 8 p.m. Election of officers and board members will take place. DOV Chapter To Induet Leaders DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold installation ceremonies on Wednesday. Mav 10. at 8 p.m. at Beth El. Officers to be seated include Mrs. Hyman Pertes, president; Mrs. Jay B. Katz. first vice president: Mrs. Martha Sacks, second vice president; Mrs. Clara Pepper third vice president; Mrs. Abraham Rosenberg, treasurer; Mrs. Max S. N'ewberger, financial secretary: Mrs. Sarah R. Sparr recording secretary; Mrs. Lillian Muenster, corresponding secretary. Rabbi Murray Grauer will be guest speaker and Luba Rov will entertain with vocal and accordion selections. Beth El Women Slate Luneheon For Mother's Day Second annual Mother's Dav luncheon of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El is slated for Monday. May 14, at 1 p.m. i n the Dora August Memorial Hall, Mrs Jack Shapiro, president, announces. Children of the Talmud Torah WJU present a program under the' Mrf 1 r„ of ^ ernard Kimmel and Mrs. Ruth Lliss. The oldest and youngest mothers present will be honored by Mrs. Shapiro, who is general chairman of the affair Mrs. Samuel Geltner is assisting tne chairman with arrangements Inter-city testing in all of the t Jewish Sunday Schools of Greater Miami will take place on Sunday, May 15, according to Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Students from the fifth grade up will be given a national tion to e-tablish a norm of I achievement in the three subject! for comparison among local j schools and Sunday schools L other communities. The test *$ also serve to evaluate the achievement in the various grades and I will be of a.-sisuace in Classification of students for the next vear, Jewish Information Test prepared by the Jewish Education Com-) Schwartzman said. mittee of New York City and i The Sunday schools ol Greater 1 consisting of questions on three Miami will close on June 4 with subjects: history, present day outings and closing exercises,) Jewish life, and holidays and following Shavucs Confirmation! customs The papers will be tabulated by the Bureau of Jewish EducaAVC Will Mark V.E. Anniversary The American Veterans Committee will commemorate the fifth anniversary of V.E. Day at a giant memorial meeting at Flamingo Park on Sunday. May 7, at 8 p.m. The full production of Irwin Shaw's play, "Bury the Dead" will be presented by the Community Players, with many prominent local citizens in the cast. The American Veterans Committee plans to appoint a delegate to attend the Mid-Century Conference for Peace, called by the Committee for Peaceful Alternatives. Dr. Irwin Beiler, visiting professor of theology at the University of Miami, and one of the sponsors of the Committee for Peaceful Alternatives, will be among the speakers at the meeting. Helen Alpert Appointed To New Hotel Post A new post in the hotel field was created with the announcement from Charles C. Goldberg, managing director of the Delano Hotel, of the appointment of Helen Alpert, publicist, as executive assistant. The position establishes public relations as the base for all guest operations, and is viewed by Goldberg as a new career opening for women in hoteldom. It combines staff executive responsibility with extended public relations. Miss Albert is a former newspaperwoman with the Baltimore Sun and Hearst (Albany, N Y.) Times-Union, and one time staff correspondent for INS. In Albany she was chairman of the Hearst unit of the American Newspaper Guild. She is editor of Florida Hotel News, published by the Miami Beach Hotel Association, and columnist for Panorama. at the various synagogues. Beth David School To Hold Mother's Day Fete I The latest spring fashions wijl be modeled bv the children di Beth David Sunday School at J Mother's Dav luncheon to be heMI at Harvie's Charcoal Grille, 17511 Riscayne Blvd.. on Sunday, Mij| 12, at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. David E. Parnes is chaff-1 man of the event. Working rtl her are Mrs. Morris Grant. Jfol Louis Schwartzman, progral Mrs. Morris Zuckerman. resern-l tions; Mrs. Louis August, m Max Jacobson. arrangemejl Mrs. Roy Mack, flowers; \ David Zangwell. telephone. Commentator for the J*l show, featuring clothes Wl Hartlev's, will be Mrs. A. *l Hayden, who will be introiWJ by Carol Washer. Fred AufJI will offer the invocation. l Rabbi Max Shapiro will give "I benediction. Marlene Feldfll will sing. Community singing"! be led by Cantor J Mamches. Published every Friday •• ,1 By The Jewiih Floridian it !" VI Sixth Street. Miami It, Flo !" *T| tered at •econd-elass matttr JJj 1130, at the Peat Office • %  Fla.. under the Act of March I The Jewish FlorMiaa ""JJ| the Jewish Unity .d the.J^JI Weekly. Member of the ****JM graphic Agency. Seven Art, „J Syndicate. Worldwide Nw 'Om Natioraal Editorial Assort on, I can Association of Enohtn '.-I Newapapera, Florida Press ^ gg_ The Jewish Floridian **• „J Cuarantee the K^Jruth of • I chandlse advertised In SUBSCRIPTION "ATE* One Year— Two Years FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and OFFICE and PLAN* 120 N. E. Sixth StreJI Telephones 2-1141—2FRIDAY. MAY 5 1950 IYAR 18, 5.10 Volume 23 NuD,bM